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pig Otero The. National Change of Front As to .the Pacific Islands. C!s3 Front. Don't you buy a Suit or Overcoat until your have seen our stock. Prices Greatly Reduced. Buy where you get good merchandise for your hard earned dollars: Overcoats $Z98, should be SJ.00 Overcoats f.OO, should be 8.00 Overcoats 7.S0, should be 11.00 Overcoats 9.99, should be 1 S 00 - Overcoats 15.00, should be 20.00. Suits in the same proportion. We don't ask you to buy, just come in and look. pean Dangers. HOW IT IS eZXESALLY EXCEPTED. Twm Tmfmn Sanportlag the Mew Pspasl an frrtrtli MmHn la Measles w Cimihw tawassiajwasw- tati. Hit WAsmNGTOX, Nor. IS. Whttew n- ooataa the administration may ban deter mined a poo to oeeun the intention of QnwaLUknikalanl It is very evident tout Secretary Gresham doe not expect that extreme measures will ban to be leant ted to. Tba eootaa profwid to be pursued aeems to be to request the present govern ment in tbe name of too Uaited State to give way quietly to tba nstorstion of tba queen. Tbe Hawaiian in this city an Tery Ann ia their conviction that the gov- Cis Ctcro. Clao Front. BgNATOB MORGAJL erameat will refuse to yield to aay such gentle persuasion as that. They ass their earnest belief that it will require at least a show of force to induce them to re sign tba reins of authority. Bat this opinio is not unanimous among those fa miliar with affairs in the islands. . It is pointed oat how song and severe a strata (hen bat been on too members of tba pro visional government ia tba uncertainty that has beset their position. The maw and purpose of their creation, it ia pointed oat, shows how dependent they feel upon tba United States. Tba absolute disap-! nrovalof thatn by thia government will to them by Miaiatar Willi. TLi-. - "A X "Z- Daveilport, Iowa, Introducing Another Week of Unmatcha- ble Bargains. , ever anything seen like it before in the three cities. In addition to tne One Hundred and Fifty already placed on sale we add the following for this week. 5 Dress CWocl. Iii;.fi, Cashmeres, all colors at 9c a vard. nib all-wool LadieV Cloth, all color, 33c yd. -Inch ali-WOnl N'mrllr Snili.m .1 StOn want t.i..i. -ii . . . y . -""?- - - aii-mi imported Henriettas, in "K yard, quality.) i color.. Black Silks. .Vlv..rn,. d MHi ial HWci yard. Will be a ijv, Tuesday and Wednesday mornings o is o ,ck at 82lc a yard. It will be rci sold from vard. It will be rcmem- jrod are displayed in our show win. l'rint Department. A'Mi.an Indigo Blue Print at SJc a yard Arnold Indigo Blue Prints at 6c vard. ' 'f la otb at 22c a yard. (Woven on r ... ""P'ayea in window.) r 1. l Cloth at 121c a yard. ipU Dark Tennis Flannel at 7Jc a yard Jac- Domestics. . , Blankets and Comport. Large sise Wool Filled Comforts at i&c a pair. Snow Flake Blankets at 49c a pair. All-Wool Heavy Grey Flannel at 24c a vard. Klegant quality Whi'te Flannel at 23c a yard. Heavy Twilled Shaker Flannel at 11c a yard. Miscellaneous. Cent's heavy Wool Seeks at 9c a pair. 1.000 Cakes of 25c Swap at 5c per cake. Assorted styles in Corsets, value 50c at lite each. Heavy Flannel Skirts in Patterns at 69c each. Boys' heavy Shirt and Drawers at 21c each. Assorted colors in Portieres (Dadoed) at f 2.19 a pair. Received 40 self of Prince of India. Price guaranteed the Iowet. Should anyone atttemptto undersell our prices we will be still lower without notice in these col umns. HAffllED, PJJfiSEL & V0KUAUR, davenport, ia. Leaders and Promoters of Lew Prices. tba Policy mapped oat ia Oraabam'a tatter Anarchy at the Front of ElirO are J odgs Turner, of ueorgia, ana itapre aantatUiva Boatner, of Louisiana. Others who bad been opposed to annexation aad ".rJ!-" "Lfr Jf!, "S.l.rtJS a ooiibue op iatjoss pegpccd at up a monarchy anywhere, an Oats, Cobb and avaay others, but tba aaijarlt I the aeent Teeree that at statesmen decline U express aar oniniea I - ta Dynamite- Leahs Michel's at this stage of tba nsttor. ft goes with- I htea a Mtan ay ta snisayiatliat mem beme the provisional I am Threat to Blew Up was an oera aa auawoaaaas I . nassAiM m smma -- b are aw .love lor saw ensnga ec praapaot, nor aeouieseenea in the atatamaat at facta prsseuted in Uresbam's leUer. . .. I r-asus, aov. i. xna ahwtiwb aaya iu, m I that Spala baa proposed the appotatmt , wma ifik wwvmnn in ncn. I of an Inteniatloaal ' - - - - - - ... I aaty it will be to arart a common eooa Of against anarchist. ntJautu des DebaU states that Louisa Michel, th noted female commnnbt, cam to Vmhf recently in order to collect loads of th anarchist refugees la London, but, the paper adds, th erraaa or Michel was frcitless owing to thai kma outrage, and ah t aald tohavaiaV tamed to London fearing that she ambrht ba included 1n th impending aaarrblet proaaeaUoas. There was a meeting of aa- archisto at Saint Owen at which th i era vehemently defended bomb throwing, declaring that it was aly by fear aad blood" that anarchism conld b inculcated upon th people. Topeka, Kan.. Nov. 11 Mrs. Mary K. Lease's attack on th state adminietra- tion. Senator Martin and the fusion policy. has created a great er furor than any political event since the legiala- tiva agnt la winter. . Governor LewelUng say be will withhold Judgmeat on Mrs. Leaa maul aa bears further from -her. He admits h : has heard sbs was not getting along ilaaesaUy (with Whatovar outcry of public than hen la sympathy with them aad against their deposition they will be abao lately cut oaT from. All they have is vir tually dependent upon good the mUntannac of law in the country. Any sort of assurance from Minister WU- lis that tbe moral infuraee of the Uaited States government would be exerted to maintain a stable government by th nwesa aad to restrain it from such vaga ries aad excesses at that of the constitu tion she sought to have adopted in Janu ary last might tempt the members of ths provisional government to step aside aad trust to the United States to preserve their Interests in its own way. This is what President Clevelaud and Sec re Lai y Graham hope for, though what assur ances they bave authorised tbe minister to give as to future innueuce lv this gov- it in tbe islands is not Known. in this country who espouse tbe cause of tbe provisional .government as sert that there wilt be bloodshed if the United State does not prevent it. and provisionals will not peaceatiiy gin up whn.t tbey bave U there is no body to ngat but native islanders. FaMiewatatoa I. Tfcs Cuatrjr. Th press of this country is almost unanimous against tbe decision of tbe ad- aminisUation. Most of tbe editors were in favor of "gobbling" tbe island from tba start, and those who were not are now op posed toAbe idea of 'setting up a arcby." A few, regardless of politics, sup port the president, aad some oi these op posed the scheme from tbe beginning on tbe around that it was robbing the real people of Hawaii of their birthright and turning it over to a clique of real aliens, whatever may ban been tbe place of their birth. Then papers are my lew. ever, and few determinations of any ad ministration ban raised such an editorial SJtcry a this one relating to Hawaii. Opiates Asaaag Csagnssmsa Awig congress awn then is slight di- x. n. LrviLum. ox in noara ox charities. Housenolder and Waits. borne .Populists intimate that Mrs. liease is preparing to goover to the Republican party. Sneaking of tbe statement ah mads for publication Secretary Osborn says: "It was tbe woman in ber. We bave not been defeated, but by th mis statements of the dailr newspapers we wear that appearance, and Mrs. Lase, with tbe natural instinct of her sex, flies at us in true feminine rage." t OUR ERA OF OUTLAWRY. Kentucky Towa KaMed aad ihaBaiaen Driven OtT by Classes, Paris, Ky., Nov. 13. Eight strangers rode into North Miottletowu, this county, tea miles from Paris, and it is supposed that their intention was to rob the bank at that place. - They shot at every pen nn on the street and mortally wounded an old negro man named Burt Morria. The citixens nnsaeil fin on the despera does, aad tbey answered with a volley Irom their ntstola. The dtiaena kept up their arias; aad th asparagus lew, but retnraeaiaon aw Tbey wen agala charged anon by thactts- and driven out of town, laij mopped at a house aa the roadside, about a mils from th town, aad found thatthnaaf wen badly wounded, feat tboss net wounded took them on in the directioa of Mt. Sterling. . RETRIBUTION WAS AT HAND, But Came T.. aee so nave a Mather a . Paagbter. Tcacnttia, Ala., Nov. 13. A triple tragedy occurred at Bivertea, about twi ty-five miles distant from thai city. The could not be obtained as ths coroner has aot yet returned.' It seems that a family, ctmpoeed of a lady with a grown daughter and a 16-year-old son, wen sus pected of having some money. A man ap proached them, demanded tbe money aad when refused, hilled both mother and daughter. At this juncture the sou ar rived on tbe scene and shot the murderer. A telegram from Madrid says: Thwaa- thoritiea having been informed that the anarchists of this city nan threatened to blow ap the bourn all strangers wQL henceforth be excluded from that band ing unless they sre provided with spads) permits and an fully identified upon pre sentation of then permits. Three anarch ists wen arrested hen at the Instsnre ox police of Barcelona, charged with complicity la tbe recent dynamite bomb outrage at the Liceo theatre. One of the anarchists arrested in the keeper of a tav era when anarchists an in the habit of meeting. " GATHERING OF REDS AT LONDON. They Assemble At .aad the Xdssa Oleaaa ia Trafalgar Bauare. LoEDOJt. Nov. 13. A meeting of English aad foreiga anarchists took place oa Tra falgar square. Then wen about LMBof then "reds" assembled upon th plac n- f erred to, the object of thai law tohoaor the memory of maitynaadth bloody Sunday the polka violently aaarchista. Th hen of the Ne in the eeatar of the front portkmof Tra- sur rounded with aa- tad aad black 1 a larg number of ; Then wen a larg number of pones adatovnaasnagtae crovnusnanc Botnef th most snntinnil iimiibs BpaMsaWasCfoss B9WCwVlP. VCN aWaW nMsp The Trial mt Tswag SaarttsMt. Morbisoh, III, Nov. 11 The lawyen an to-day arguing th can of Ernest i Swarthout, on trial for helping to kill hi her. Tbs most important evidence for tba defense was that of a ennreaaioa mt by John Swarthout just befon he died la jail last July, knowing at ths Urns that he was tout to sue. in taia rnnwasten said that he alone killed has father with a pistol and that Ernest was innocent of the charge. The j odge admitted that part of the confession laferriag to John, but struck out that referring to Ernest. The jury only heard the part admitted. Th Uta will aadawsBsedto bstanmd f saaaaT twatsdsd fa by tbs authoritin of Scotland Tardr Thia did aot prevent the calling oa their bearers to emulate the example of than "who died for the cause," but the usual bloodthirsty remarks wen : glacially avoided. IS. At, Ceaeral Order. , V Ltn, Mass., , Nov, 13. General orden No. 2 baa been issued from the Grand Army headquarters ben. Ia the orden an th following appointments: Inapee- toigtnaral, A. M. Underbill, New Yrk; judge advocate general Leo Bimiear. St. Louis; nnistant adjutant geaeral, J. Ia Bennett, Chicago; senior aide-de-camp. F. A. Barton. Wanbam, Mass. Exacutin committee K. R Cochran, Ohio; A. P. Barchneld, Peansylvaala; A. B. Usstrlok, lUinois; William Olin. Maasachasstts; S. N. Browa New Hampshire; M. W. Bar. New York! O. H. 1 versity of opinion, most of it being co servative, but not in appnval of the course of tbe administration. Bepresentatin' views en tbe matter wen given by Sena tor Morgan, who ia chairman of, tbe sen ate foreign affairs committee, and Bepn- ssntaure Mitt, woo is a member oi tbe bouse committee oa the same subject. Both then men ban had aa actin part in all th steps taken regarding the Hawaiian (elands sines the revolution at Honolulu. Morgan says that this government cannot rastontae aneea. two adnunlatratloas had recognised the provisional ment and accredited Its aad w could not restote the former condi- m. Morcan said be bad hi views oa the question, bat it sras not for a seaator and member of tae committee oa foreiga relations to say anything of tbe action the government bad taken or the course it would pursue in tbe future. Cairo, Ilk., Nov. 11 Nothing ha been heard of tbe fin masked train robbers who held np the Illinois Central express train near BardsweU. Ky. The details of the robbery ban no new features; the rob- ben "got tbe drop" oa the tniamea and took what tbey could aad, which 1 re ported to be about f3,9w ta cash. The ex- Dress messenger, when he heard the rob- ben, began hidiag valuables aad saved a large earn la taw way. o wen disturbed. adaVliagotl Paxis, Nov. 13. At the lord banquet ia London tbe Italian amh to iathe course el his aperchaani th Italians ban no need to go late raptan erturaour bourn inside oat whist n cetviasT foreiga guasta." This wm a plain TUng at th Bnaso-Fraac fetes aad It has ed tae ire or tae men of rraac aad caused them to Indulge In some very bit ter remarks regarding the friendship ex isting between Italy and England. at hi Wetas of lasnatas of SMlws' Mich., Nov. 13. Tba au court, in aa opinion by Justin Grant aad concurred in by Justiom Montgomary and McGrath, hold that aa lamate of a tbe Soldiers' home at Grand Rapias is aot eatttied to vote ia taas towasaip, Long and Hooaer sTeaaiiiisg it is newever, tnas u an inmate of tae eoidiars' nssHaal Clsvslaad'e Wabhikotos, Nov. 13. Cleveland has extended the country borne at Woodley to the of 167. It ww first made for year, to the coring of 18M. It Ml intends to spend much of his tinea hie country home ia ntfwenie to staying ta . town over night at th Wait Hoaaa, de parting from tba) rule oaiy at imia of year waea tae woanir la liaaiv ta make it impracticable. day tbe ballet may be rcceivsd Bepresentatin Hitt aay: "I believe that the policy of interference by our gov ernment in behau of a monarchy aad a discredited oa at that, one that down ia a violen t effort of the oween to overthrow th Hawaiian constitution is contrary to every tradition and imputes of the American people. As to the onsatioa of veracity between this administration one aid aad Juamter Hteveae Wiltn (now dead) aad the dn ec Ansrdlag to the Chicago Columbus, O.. Not. 13. Oathwaite, nember of congrsn from thia district, ba- iag asked what effect will th malt t th elect km ban apo tariff legislstioa id: They will, no ooubt, bave sums la fluence upon assmhen when they ta consider the detaila o ths MIL but tariff will be revised ia the direction of th pledges of the Democratic party." Yax CotTVKR, Nov. IX. Brigadier Gea ral Carlia has nrganlnn four well equipped parti of Uaited Statn troops. about eighty ssea laalLto go to the n- lietef hi sou. W. E. Carlia, aad A. U Hbamelwright aad J. Harvey Flans, at Mew Yerit,aarf their guides, wa an ia. Inryfnlltsstimoay assVaw aos them PU ta ehe arassjm at aadlty of fin stsiaraawts ad a nnialni y I amaMmslaw. ML Break I to keeeariedeeA by nn asrf fnaal As I aor. aaarf hlsts. arssstsd atAi m (IM AM ' Jaattcn I 1 1 I I III If I . . 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