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   Davenport Daily Leader (Newspaper) - March 22, 1894, Davenport, Iowa                               Tfto 'Largest Circulation y in Davenport and Scott County. VL'JT. m DA VKNPORT8 LEADING MERCHANTS all advertise in the LEADER. It Pays Them. FOUET YEAR. IOVFA. MARCH 2fcf 1894 EIGHT PAGES Will You or Your Wife EASTER Nino times out of tea the ladies make the wisest choice. Its high you change the hard times suit you've made do all and tog up as the bright spring weather demands. Lovely new Dovetail Cutaway Suits. The Latest in Boys' and Children's wearing apparel. The Latest in both Soft and Derby. The Latest in Easter Neckwear. With every Child's Suit we give a Base Ball ami Bat. and with every Boys' Suit a Catcher's Mitten and Glove. CONSUMMATED. The Betrayal of Local Option Cause Complete. The State Senate Passes the House Mulct Bill. Without Dropping the 0 Jious State Enforcement Proviso. DEFEAT FOR THE DEMOCRATS On tlie Legal Points Involved in the Jer- JLejifishitivu March Justice Bens- ley has delivered the opinion of the su- preme court in the cases arising uut of the legislative the opinion beinu unanimous except us to ex-Governor AV bettf.who will put his views into writing and file them later. After explaining in sonic detail that the court certainly had jurisdiction iu the present decision says that according to the state constitution the Jersey senate can- not be continuous. The constitution pro- vides for a yearly organization of both the senate and house. Kadi senator well as each member of the house hits a right to take part in suoli organization. There can be no domination of the mi- nority. The effect of the decision is to make all the bills passed by ihe Kermbliean senate and laid on the governor's desk become laws without the chief executive's saiiC- thfc MANY INJUR ID Church in France. United States Senate Favors vfhose Funeral Takes Place in Sunday 25. f uou or tue stale constitution t j providing that any U-fi with tlie Tne House Passes a Woman's j is five i Slayer shall become a law. One bill legislates i Suffrage Bill shall become a law. One bill legisI.vtU'S i I Barney the out of j I oflica. Aiinoiher all tJie police justices of th'i state ovt of and stili a third partisan disposes of the services of Jmtee Noonan. or Hu'l.-on couijry. and hc.su off ethers. START OFF ON A NEW 3ASI3. of Two Men Himself Up. Gives in which to buy your Kid Laces. Corsets and Hosiery and Capes or Jackets for Easter at prices made especially low for these Easter at the was ex- i March 22. A bomb ploded vesterd.iv jifreruoou iu the church i Gallicu. iienr Grenoble. the Dizs March 22. The Kepnbli- cans of the after a. passed the liquor bill which to it from the yesterday. Tiie I Chaniro of in tnion rarific J Cation leaving the injuring Republican of the he-Id .1 M'age twenty three of whom may caucus night but were unable to March l.'nlon IV.cirio from their injuries. A panic wari cached ONE PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE. road. Dres ar Black Colored rinteu Broad loth Cambric Cau ood take pleas H. d u. Kut ami Ftllmora Sto. Valley Also Best ftradea of ere. hone Office I FOR House White WASHING AND PUCK MANUFACTURED BY DAVENPORT 8MIAP Iowa. OORRT. FRKB Corry PRACTICAL PLUMBERS St.. DAT en Iowa PUREST AND BEST LESS THAM HALF THE- OF.OTHER BRANDS SOLD IN CANS ONLY the eonu-i became a for time. The j i Jl ls IIUW believed that Looker acted in Democratic bill offered a ubsti- I JThe .-j.re.-idr j f defense. All danger of Looked bc- Jtutennd ihe .ecretrtrv required ov i aim me lynched has passed away. i the lie-publicans to read it entire. i lilvthe in the such a schedule and -he I nounced that they cuiiul .1 i ule in short order. The and brakeuieu went uuu private i i i Avoid Austrian March hour of I' In the meautime everv lo prepare a schedtile iu accordance with j will be removed to Buda Pesth sure was brought to be'ir upon Se int r Ciark. The tm-meu J and the funeral take place in by vote apparcntiv the r'lu enirnK-t-rs had j way of iu order to avoid its only hope of the of the i by noon and into sage over Austrian Walker the father of the rnu'ct MuU wllh I Violatotl Their JathrrS Will. March Jacob ult-a whic'h embodied in the i who is the of new.-- 1 in the senate rs's and i Speakt-r Stone of ihe who Turner's coanty in tl.e lower lu-.-u.-. ditu wer Jse u or and him to recouudt r a nia'iif t ueturmiiiatiun. Chairman Blythe which hi.s son in the Republican state committee was cut oil without dollar. William and many others prominent in Am men. Henry's and a Mr. Tribute IvonMitli. March senate today adopted ex press.- retrret at resouton the death of Louis at j and tendering to the family of years in the deceased tho condolence of the senate. added their After an hour of inct's-aut labor the desired ac- Seurs. General son. tlie onlv other heirs. that Corner Brady ana Second Streets. Tiie at G7c In Grays and Blacks is noted for its wearing equal to a glove. A full I range of sixes and shades. Suede Mousquetaires at New Easter Shades. pair warranted. Regular price Each The sil. and to prevent any possibil- j the testator's toward his son ity of a change of mind on the part of I Henry had underbuilt-a change in any who were readr to vote for the bill. and to the previous nest ion was the Democratic substitute defeated bv a strict party and the house bill Yeas. --i. Prohibitionists Supreme. The bill now gees to Governor fur signature. Its jrent'ral stated in these uispatches The lull is freaernllv denounced bv advo- eaures were vesterdav. cates of city and ctmnt y local option. It i makes no provision for the manufacture of Honors it. lovva. There is much indig- nation over the action of Chairman share the estate with this He was yen ceived and Mr haying cared for ir.s years. re- tlier iu declinin Saved Fier Life Surgical Operations and Best Medical Treatment FaiJcd Savs It OnU March to the oilt-'f An Almost Miraculous Cure by Hood's the r. tin.' and Eastern Illinois reduce th per oriiciaLs TiitTt'1.- not a in will .1 i L i Mou. I of tht- trainmen of the company of truth in It. lin our j Ulyihe of the Hepuhiican state central an joominittt-e in practically forcing- Senator 1 Turner to vote for the mulct j is nothing j Blythe tried hitherto TO pose as iu Ti.-.-rv i but showed his hand at the last moment. dealiuif tuily j j His advocacy of tlie house bill is n cer- vMnals bcinp tain indication that Governor Jackson 1 bilitv of a tirikc t i j will siffn it. Today's result has shown j---------------------- I that the Prohibitionists are still supreme j Noi a M.-mh r. in the councils of the Republican i TToman SH COU- b-_' it t no 1U- A. K. Needs no iatrcduction. For fit and finish they have no equal. Price and a full line of new shades and sizes on hand. Saxon Is another glove that has stood the test of time. There is no better glove in the al- ways give satisfaction. CORSETS cao. u-ran 11 _ i-hurch and who is jicfjuainit'd T. Hood Co.. The house passed the Watkin's bill pro- wiih tho -tau-i I in 1 v bettor was C. P. B k i m- i 1 1 u- Pr for woman suffrage at school and pal by a vote of Al to 41. A motion to reconsider was tiled. A for- ututed i t mer woman's suffrage providing for j j women being given the right to vote at all -was defeated. The present isstronirlv advo- i a member o for nuMUhs. Slowly I cuiirrh. nor con- confined to my bed. A iihysk-i.-m said I had a The following are a few of the popular Corsets to be found in our Corset and P Corsets Glove No. 580 for Easter A J Opening at 390 each. Our at 500 The Lilly Sateen at 500. Dr. Ball's at Si.oo. Money refunded if not satisfactory. Wear guaranteed VEILINGS anv Mat ioti. like its cated bv the prohibitionist legislators. fc A t March i Pelvic Abscess in My Side. After an operation I did not tho alv- scess to discharge even more freely j than before. In two months time three opera- IVtitioii of KW YOUK. March The merchants of this city liave sent a petition to the Chinese minister at Washington j sion of farm inat-him-ry. asking him to take action in regard to Cc-r- uiiu certificates which are being imposed Chinamen who leave this country and desire to return. They claim that the York consul is a party to the matter and that he has asked the consul at Cuba lo refuse to any Chinamen who had not the York j committee on agriculture authorized tions were performed ami tubes inserted to carry I the lavoniblc report which by off the. impurities. aH in vain. Finally it J rrt'iiator PeiTer upon his bill to establish was decided that my life depended upon another I an electrical experiment station to deter- i operation I must be removed to the mine whether electrii-ity can be profitably I hospital. A'-at three weeks previous to thid applied a motivL- power in the I hnd i an in tho Daily Senator Peller favorably reported the bill of of Oregon tor tlie es-iab of five silk experiment stations in United New Easter have just been received. At 15C we are oifering a large variety that usually sell for 250. At are selling 35 and 480 veils. HANDKERCHIEFS. See what values we are offering at 2c and also pt and 33c all also iu pure white and col'd borders. Fichus for Ladies Easter beautiful assortment received. All the cri A Fowr lrright fully lU a result a passport duly cosus which with of a gasoline expIoaKm -Mrs. cst- Tragotly at The steamer wbicb arrived from reports that on March 10 James aged a stet-rnge passenger and an American in a moment of stabbed Charles also a steer- age causing slight ilesh wound. As soon as tho ship's ofticers ap- proached Melville to arrest him he rushed to the rail and jumped overboard. The ship was instantly stopped and a boat but after a search of one hour the suicide could not be seen. Mrs. Barney Maniey. Grace Barker and a son of Mrs. Manluv were friclufuliv Mrs. WestfnlTs injuries are thought to be fatal. The women were cleaning a cnrp-H with and a coal stove in the room h ignited the yas. Tlie house caught but saved. lUlllUJ Irriation March hunilrctJ representing Kan- Missouri and Montana were present at the opening ses- sion of of the Interstate Irrigation Con- gress here. the speakers who They Used Pistols a ml TIIKKE March old feud between the King and Cobb families has culminated in the death of John Cobb at t.he hands of Brag King. The two had a pitched pistols and razors being vein was severed by a razor and death was almost 13nig King and his wero badly cut by Cobb. At-qnlUrd Asa Gurncy. NEW March Guy Gur- 4 who was on trial before the criminal court charged by the American Express com- pany with having stolen from a package of been acquitted. enator j Trenton. N. X. and I r i in jrive it a ent I AVlieu the tiuie decidv me to gn to the the hospital arrived I n triking Hood's Sar- 1 sapa-rilla about two Was Getting Better the abbess had already began to discharge less freely. I felt stronger and had a terrible appetite. Previous to this J had given up to die. I had uilcen the swond bottle I was ablo to sit up and accordingly I -was not taken to the hospital and the operation was deferred. Now T have taken six bottles and the abscess ha.s entirely I am well and sro every where. My think U is a miracle to have- mo restored to them apain so healthy and even younger in looks tlian before my sickness. I Better Than Ever I did in my life and weigh over ino tho heaviest in my life. I do a IMS day's work and am gaining in strength every day. My mother wr.rried and worked herself almost sick in car- Inpforme. She has since taken Hood's Sarsa- p.iriila it. done her much good. We praise Hood's Sarsaparilla to everybodyt for Know it Saved My Life. CLOAKS. if were enthusiastic over irrigation William F. Cody George. W. president of the Wichita board of declared that T and the man in the White must soon recognise the west and not bow down to Wall street and the east. Heavy Snow In South S. March worst snowstorm of the season commenced here Monday and has kept up contin- uously ever since. The snow is now about four feet on the level and stili coming down. Present indications are that the will rival in depth the memorable storm of March and 9th of when it felljo a depth of six feet. I am 27 years and a stranger to look at mo now would not think I ever had a day's sick- ness. Even the doctors are surprised at tho success of Hood's Sarsnparllla in my case. Mother aad myself continue to take tho modi- Hood's Cures clno regularly and wo earnestly recommend Hood's MRS. MOI-UE 6Gft West Klghtecntn Illinois. Corroborates the Above. I. Hood 11 Dear Sirs I am a drug clerk and have sold Mrs. Mollle Wendt many bottles of Hood's Sar- saparilla and can certify that slic was cured by tho 0. 630 West Eighteenth Chicago. PHIft ctiro llver bil- sick headache and 85c. in g o PO O O d O W H in Cn O 10 O v CO 10 o a CJ 10 to Cx O 00 05 -1 CO h UJ o OJ CO U 0. o fiarnei Pursel Von r f-. .-1 --'f   

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