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THE -WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 7, lCO.
Ready For School WHAT MOVES THEM. How Republicans are Making Democratic Votes. TOO MUCH "HrLOOOir APPASXIT. Ta -WITH A- New Fall Stock Of our Well-known Wear-resisting OYS' ,aYmBnix ot-Tv HES. where the cloth it thoroughly BflVS' SllltS teBted nd absolute strength ' is guaranteed. guaranteed. Boys' Suits Mwed "d Rnue' Quito that re marvel In fit ana DUjS QUI 15 made by journeymen tailors. Everything MARKK9 IN PLAIN FIGURES at the lowest of tow prices. Your Money Back lor Che Asking UPo.ua to trade at the Always Reliable One raja price Clothiers, SIMON & HOSENFELDER'S Rock Island House Coiner. ThePowderlv meeting la Bock Island the night of the day that Got. Altgeld was here was of the strong est influence in taming the tide of workingmen against McKinley that has yet happened." remarked a republican who nntil a few days ago had considered no other coarse than to vote for McKinley. "The anion labor men know Terence V. Pow. derly too well to accept his present attitude on the nuance question la good faith, and that such a man should experience so remarkable a change of front has aroused them more than anything else to tne iat that the jast and honest side of this question this yesr is with Bryan. rowderiys aakwara presentation oi the theory he has been recently taught to advocate, was in Itself suffi cient to turn many away in disgust. hue since then many inoidenta have come to awaken the working men to a realisation as to where their interests are. In a word there is be- ing altogether too much self -sacrific ing devotion to their cause by the men for whom they work. The ex treme consideration and liberality extended as regards tnat trip to can ton to see the man who will not be elected, the furnishing of uniforms to the very men who have on many occasions been advised to keep out oi pontics altogether tnat is. as far as their avocations are concerned and then above all the spectacle that was presented at Har per's theatre last Saturday night. Why those men were marched in there like so many sheep. They were stood up in a row and were not even permitted to sit down until thev got the word. Then thev were required to sit and bear what was to be beard and alter it was over tney were stood up in a bunch again. turned around and marched out under the banner of 'sound money There were among thoe railroad men, too, those who were not rail road men and those who will not vote for 'sound money.' and I am one of them. It is such things that I have mentioned that are gradual! but surely turning tne laces oi the laboring men toward Bryan, and whether they say so or not there are many who will not vote as they march." A LITTLE BOY'S 8TAK.rt.IXO STORY Redding Gifts ARE EAST TO SELECT FROM THE LARGE ASSORTMENT OF SOLID SILVERWARE BEAUTIFUL IMPORTED VASES. BRIC-A-BRAC, AND THE MANY HANDSOME ARTICLES IN OUR STOCK. WE CAN SUIT EVERYONE'S PURSE. H. D. FOLSOM, Jeweler. 1703 Second Avenue. AT THE OLD STA2TO Will soon have on display their well selected stock of Fall Millinery Expert trimmers and courteous and accomo dating treatment to all. 1700 fjeooud i.-wexiu.o- that it eis is not Cold If a Man were to Offer You A Gold Dollar for 50c You would be apt to bny it provided yon knew the man AND THE DOLLAR. Three fourths of any business transaction consUt of confidence based on the standing of the dealer and the known quality of the goods offered. It is for this reason we take a par donable pride in calling attention to the fact that our sole endeavor to sell the very best Stoves made hss naturally resulted in our Increasing v enormous sales of Jewel" Stoves and Ranges, and this is particularly gratifying because of the fact that year by year people have become more thoroughly educated in stove construction, and today the purchaser oi stoves is. as a role, well versed as to its construction, durability and economy. Call and examine our sample line, representing the "Largest Stove Plant la the World." Allen. Myers & Opposite Harper House. (IS) Company 1821 SECCIII Ml Speetocta ad WIT r HUM aa liailti One Tee an Ova Sanaa! Zeal The Si FiiiSI a etc., will take place, tx -United States Senator Warrea Miller. Hon. E. Aiken, of Joliet, Hon. G. W. Pilars aad others will speak. Maj. W. T. Chanaon will have charge of the parade. coamesmaa G. w. rnnoe and Charley Searle expounded Haaaao loglcal doctrine at Reynolds last night. A special traia was ma from this eity by the Bock Island Peoria for the benefit of those euppoeed to be on deck at the blowout. About one hundred went out. MAYOR ANO HI8 CHOICE. Telia Hew HI Fstaer Was Coaapallad ta Jolaa Rapabltoaa Clab. The several republican and sound money clubs of this city attended a demonstration in Davenport last week. Accompanying one of the members of a marching elnb, which is composed of the workmen of one of Rock Island's biggest manufac turing industries, was his little son Xbe boy was interrogated by a man who knew his lather and who was somewhat surprised to - see him marching with a republican elnb. I know," answered the boy, "but you see pa had to join. When the club was being formed the boss asked pa to put down his name, and he refused. He was then to d to go home. He did so. We didn't have any money. Pa had ?nly been work ing a short while, and we were iw fully poor. In about a week, though. the boss of the mill came to the house and talked nice to pa aad asaeo mm to come back to work He of course was only too glad to re turn, ae we didn't nave scarcely anvthing to eat in the house. So pa went to work and they kept 2 oat oi his nrst week's wsgee to pay lor a uniform, tie is marching with them nut ne is lor Bryan just the same. The itnmplac aaaral. Gen. Alger's party of stumping "generals" arrived in Davenport late yeeterday afternoon in their private car and a namber from this city went over to see them. Including Col. Oaayle'e btigade. The ear stopped in Davenport long enough to be transferred irom the Hock Isl and to the C. M. St. P. tracks, aad in the meantime Gen. Daniel E. Sickles. Gen. O. O. Howard, Gen. Alger and Gen. Martin spoke. The veterans were all received with en thusissm, but as their mission is purely political, the effect of their discourses wui be so considered There were no arguments made. AFaUttaaiaeaie. W. F. Eastman, chairman of the republican county committee, ob jected to John G. Woolley speckle before the Woman's Christian Tern perance union state convention I the Congregational church. Molina, last evening, because he feared the eminent orator would not do the square thing by republicanism. Mr. Eastman appealed to Mrs. M. fi llet a zar, who gave him a severe call ing down for attempting to make the address a political one. lac castas to the affair was that Mr. Woolley spoke at the Auditorium, the church . a. a a trustees naviag oeea appealed to oy Mr. Eastman. Mueh feeling was aroused over the matter. Mr. Wool- ley's subject was "Christian Citixen- ship. and it was noa-partieaa ox- eeot that it was an appeal to eltisens to vote as they profess to belie and as the ydo believe. In this year of grace such dixiri&e is executing i offensive to republicanism. State Tomorrow afteraooa the couaty demoaatratloa la the way of parade. ESCAPES THE PEN. John Henry Fuller Given a Jail 8entence. FLEAM QU1LTT TO ASAULT. Fi a. Either the Union or Major Kaox Is flirting with the troth ia the esple nation that la glvea of the mayor's unprecedented act ia the eonacil Monday evening of torn log down his own appointment lor poucemaa. The morning paper of today attempts to explain the mayors singular move oy aaying that alter witaarewiag his name temporarily at the previous regular meeting on request, ens mayor felt ander obligation to pre sent it again last Monday evening. though in the meantime he had de cided that he would rather appoint W. a. Giles. It was because be felt this obligation to the council that he renominated Lark la. He simply gave the aldermen aa opportunity to conbrm him and when taey tailed appointed the man he frankly pre wired." how Mayor Knot did not aay ibis at the council meeting Monday evening when tne aiaermen were so amazed at Lis act. tie stafd that he would not elect any of his own appointees. If the council would not confirm him that settled it. How would it have been had the name of W. A. Gil s been before the council on a tie vote? The fact of the matter is that the mayor's vacillating dispo sition is repaonsibie lor bis present embarrassment. If Mr. Larkin's ap pointment was worthy, the mayor should have iosisted upon action on it the first time be presented it. If after waiting two weeks, the mayor still felt that the name was worthy of consideration by him he should hsve evinced hi confidence in It by vot ing to confirm him. The mavor. at the meeting when he first submitted air. Larkin s name, stated that he had no personal motive in any of his appointments, nor did he ever stop to consider a man's politics. All that he satisfied himself about was of the qualities of a rood an. After two weeks time the mayor again presented Mr. Lar kin's name, but the Union says he did not do so because he wanted him. but that he preferred some one else. i ne consequence was that he failed to snstatn Mr. larkin by his vote so that he could exercise his personal preiercnce. iow the question im ply is, is the laion misrepresenting the mayor. If not, when was the mayor abiding by the truth last Monday night or two weeks before? THE OBITUARY RECORD John Henry Feller, ladieted oa two eoante of criminal! j treatiagtwo utue girte residing ia taa waste) end oi taa eity. was permitted to plead gnUty to aeeealt ia the eircalt mart this moral aar. thereby eeeen- iag lacareerntloa behiad the aria walls of Joliet. Jadre Biralow aa. eoeeaa mm ajti aad coats oa each oi two cvuata aad ordered thai he he obliged to remala in the eoanty jail earn seca urn as ne la able to Uqni date. 11. M. MeCaekrla defended Fuller, and as a result of a eoasal tatioa with the state's attorney a . ea to acquiesce ace oi tne judge. It was aot considered advisable to send roller to the peni tentiary, feeling that he would maks a better caadidete for aa iaeaae asv lum. The man has aot been rlrkt meniaiiy lor years. 1 be nones lor which Feller w indicted was en lid eg two little girls into n oara ia tne lower end of t city, where he had been in the habit of eleeping, nnd there Uking criml- nai liberties with them. Feller has no finances, and the object of the court Is to keep him In jail indefinite ly, as ae is aot considered a fit Indi vidual to ran at large. Tiaahla Sees Feee. A jury la the circuit eoart last evening returned a verdict of aot guilty in the ease of U. r. Yonakin, charged w ith em bessllng 1310.26 fro the roan Tank Line company, with which he was engaged aa trareliag representative la Iowa. The teetl- moey produced at the trial showed that Youahla had been discharged the latter part of laat March aad that the alleged defalcatioa was commit- ted a month previous. Judge Bigelow discharged the petit jury tor the term today, aad adjourned court until tomorrow morning nt o'clock, when all a tloas and demurrers in pending oases win ne neara. B. A. Wade, the Chicago attorney. went into the circuit eoart before adjournment last evening, necom. panioo oy jecssoa at uerst aad gave Donoe lor ni.uuu, wun . w. rotter as surety for appearance when wan t- ea to answer the charge of false pro. toates. is. O. a. Water Faaasa twn rratraeted aa !;. Mrs. C. G. Wnlff. 2104 Fourth ave nue, died at 11 o'clock this morning. iter mree years oi constant suffer, ing with n complication of ailments. mrs. nin was a native of Olden burg. Germany, where she was born in isou. ane had resided in Rock Island for 20 years. With the hus band are left seven children: Mrs. Minnie Einfeldt, Anaconda. Moat.. Charles G., Jr., Annie, Mary, Caro line. William and Dora. Mrs. Wnlff was a prominent member of Schiller lodge Knights and Laidies of Honor. The funeral will occur from the res idence at 7 o'clock Sunday afteraooa Augnst Holt, aged &4 yeara, died Monday evening at the family reel- dence. 1116 Thirty eight street, of heart failure. He waa bora In Warm- land, Sweden, and came to thla cone try ia 1868. Up to the time of his death he was employed at the Rock Island Plow company. Ha worked the day of his demise, and eoinr home he waa taken 111 at 6:30, Buffering for omy aa soar ana a quarter before expiring. His wife and two daugh era, aaiaaes oopnie and Alma, are left to mourn his loss. The funeral of Anton. A.months old son of Mr. aad Mrs. Heberle. SS03 Sixth aveeue. who died of spasms, occurred yesterday afternoon from St Mary's church. Bev. Father Bank omciaung. interment was made nt Calvary. uantai uuuek. father of John and Theodore Dunck. died nt Denrock ill., yesterday. A wife aad eight cnuaren survive. Mr. Dunck formerly lived in Rock Island. We live in n country of wheh the principal scourge is stomach trouble. It ia mure wide- oread than aav other disease, and. very nearly, mote uaugeji uiim One thing that makes it so dan gerous is that it is so little under stood. If it were better anderstood. it would be feared, nor easily cared. -"el hu inan it ia now. so. those who wish to be eared, take shaker Digestive Cordial, be cause it goes to the root of the iron- bie as ao other medicine does. The pnre, harm lee. coraUve kerb piaata. Of whloh it la aoaanoaad. are what render it to eertala aad. at the same urns so gentle a earn. it helps nnd strengthens the stomach, purifies aad tones ep the foia ny drnppiats, price 10 cents to l per bottle. T Ca C M fca Uaa Dm ; Take laxative ftrnaa Qai.iu T.K. leta. All druggists refund thai u ii mua so earn, xa Mc CABE'S and Mlaead Diaaa Gaaea at a Mfla abee enruoaarkw. A few dar ataa Mi iai Wllaas ilns Har ris MiirhoU W jv4. ww Verk. east 01 bum aartkaa feity- Carw Thaa parasol ItrMsUoads. ansae by the a-maanna Mm Oa..eesMde4 as be an aad bast tnekar of waeaae Dries la thla mnm.iv. It la mt arf mesa that Mr- hfcCa waa la New Verk Cttf. and eae at the orai any, aad new we haw a mb r ua turn nvyeMef laiaeMaiatMaM. f lw Ub-tmarr tatiiM aaako. and of 44 el er t4 prodel'O) la Fcrt Armstrong Garrison 80. KnighU of the Globe, laat evenlnir elected and installed the following o uicers: Supreme Judge R. A. Donaldson. Judge . s. Mcbols. President S. Mattieoa. Vice President W. A. Darling. Commander Georre Elnrsbnrv. Lieutenant Commander 8. K. Mat- tisoa. Ensign G. IL McKowh. Provost Marshal C J. Lark I a. Adjutant P. 8. Wilcher. Quartermaster B Kaschmana. Gaard J. Aiaaley. SeaUnel W. H. Kedecker. With taa exhilarating sense of re newed health aad strength nnd 1 Ureal cleaallaea. which follows the nee of Syrup of Figs. Is aaknown to the few who have not progressed be yond the old-time medicines nnd the cheap substitutes sometimes offered bat never accepted by the weU-ln formed. Fair and eontluced cool tonight fair aad warmer Thursday. Light variable winds. Today's tempera ture. Of. F. J. Waix. Observer It a le aa i. Silver men say yea, gold men nay ao. Bat all who have need it wheth er gold or silver men concede that Foley's Honey nnd Tar Cnagh Syrop is superior to ail o is era aa l is to l. Sold by M. F. Bah We Put This Here- Arlln-toa Mills Black Dreat Gocds Seosati on telneh nit U er(uad. aevy leas nut V a yard. a ai tte. ns4neb all snl eatM mtA Litnn. raralar retail ptHm te a yard, oow ne. wvm miwm, ewaantral ooaMty. isaiwietauaaiee:bra ard. now a:',. rtte ai fmvmt. an aaw Kleat9r yard. I Waal 1MJ laM - t hwllel d rspanlsl. tegutarrjr , aew era)ard. That the public may know that ws are working to se cure n share of the patron age. It would be worse than foolish for as to advertise naleee we kept out promisee. When we say we are giviag the beet values la groceries we mean it. Wa ask fair prices, bat Gire You Fools Tint Are Gocd Aad wholesome la return Bear UU la aUnd thea aad aad yoar order here. They will receive prompt attoa Uoa, atd yoa win be moaey alt ad ia the end- GeoAMcDonald t04 FUU Aye. Phoae 11M. Ixc3 Certain CiJa. AffUoston Mills Novelty Goods Seni a ti on. The aupmiiaasutal activity m ii lead Inr aw eajtuie ornuMit, mma that tart are ameaael aotns. b-rt: ee lor 1 ettinsliaai ran ettnalna. ne tor tLaa S.runerliaaa lane rvrbdna, iry aave me mym aa mmu a nuality. I SI far at KcrttititliaM laneeunalaa, tea for . 0ea ceaonreiit. Um, bnaatlful aew dasigwa. s la tor $4 n Irlrt amitd tane otirtaliw. 11 tar Sft etrland Herbr virUlM (for 4mi win! ttes for n tft ehrwltte omtauia. ta eediuee a the eteiW4 him a low atdaM'anirtaiti, we will Mfluaa taae d teew a tmln eied mnaia atvie esd bra-a trlaawliar nanleia, with ovety pJm of Sane rwtstaa I as ove. tt lsrra ag weal aallhiaa. a Ircbe wide. asm saw the like far tem bsa ec sww ha pieots kS-mrh alt sreol aad silk. 4Mcka, tnpns aad salxtaraa, eery ef)Ulv, vny datable aad very eheao at the ratalar prtea, a vara, ent aow tney ere ne. (We aaeatipa emir two Iimbm la th colored amolUMi. bataaee on dt'play at draw aosua deoafisstnt Ihit Famous Domestic l)e paitoeat 1 etnaveVd fenej awiralnc tilt vilaid. Hers are a tew 4 Uie ewaawin 1j tl I m: as-tweh banana foawr Hand wool elieher ftawnK worth IT', tor Ita. wr all weul craaw flaanala, value tan, tor itHe. tif m aaj flatrneK (or 16 V- aae eroaaa Itasranai bar soe, ae ptMw. moae tiaary nawnad arapier c4nTh,aew analiiie aatf ortesital daalraa, taiae U'e for 'v e yard. Uw yards taat bla ayaeal call., wortria - ayard.s l-raard. Ixw vara host twltlna enmilurt prteila, ?c -alae for br e yard. tiHW yard evtra heavy dath drros aa6 eaaif iter tattrta, worth ae a yard tar On. Coata, Jacket. J a 4 one wore, (hirrkatk dlxulay atar Atjr wa aa tenneaar eaeneaa. Myleawoni rlclit. piiem atvre low. We have asm it an, trendtwa ef the eceot'a aaarprea, art Ink will he left with aa U.t the balatme f tiie ami ; aad ere evoald he t.liaaH to aauw tlieai to the tedtea 1a could but eorae duws Satar-dey. McCABE BROS. 17x0. 1722. 1724, 172C. aal 1721 Seroaa Aveana. r-r i This on a Suit Or a Top Coat Or an Overcoat Means top notch In GUIe. Fit, noli, Geseral Qlsbtcesso They're here. They're nowhere Else in this town. SOMMERS & LAVELLE fja a . . taynnieyeoayaaiea'aaaeai One THREE OF A KIND All happy banana ther have heea to ftVliMl-aer-s elore aad have bene tiraaj wlm anly anay. waubirtaUe ant styllab ataaaa tbat Uf haws were to enany a day. Hare la ertiat we aee of "TWn t'ar etorkia at any of the CoUoWHif latottt Uaatliw Mbona at 02.GO Per Pc!r. Men's rrasaxs raL Calf Stat, fate Tip. " - UaChTao. " tluehat.ris.Tsn. Bel. BerllaTen. Trae mm an tilgh-frade ebaaa wtilnb re. tolled at to f ae. We mirat make nmm, "www yea em now a aarr at BjHtaea a Is has hna. GEO. SCHNEIDER. HOB STOBX, - 1712 SSOOVO ATBVTJB Headquarteri for Footwear at Lrnrest Prices. LAUNDRY LOGIC Han b a easonable being:. RecoffTilrin this fact we want to reason wita him reardin his laundry. Wouldn't you rathsr have your collars and cuffs done up in "tbe oost aporored style, and made white aad cSssa looking? Wouldn't you rather hare your laundry come home promptly on the day promised? Wouldn't you rather have a laundry do your work that uses the most modern saachinery.etcr If you do (and we are sure you UUST) drop us a postal or telephone liyt, axul or avUaa ' aHUcaastiaedesM. The tlczli telznd Steam Laundry.