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   Davenport Daily Leader (Newspaper) - March 26, 1894, Davenport, Iowa                               'iw IV 1 j-.-f i -TV. ih .T i v largest Circulation of any Daily in Davenport and Scott County. I Da VSNPORTS LEADING MERCHANTS all advertise in LEA DEE. It Pays Them. AE DAVENPORT. W MONDAY. MARCH 1804. EIGHT PAGES The Clothiers all Blow THE Carry the introduce new name low guarantee all garments and refund money when requested. Stylish Children s From 5Ocio Stylish Boys' From to Stjlish Men's From to S13 5O. A few items to Boys' knee all guaranteed not to made witli double knee and patent the one dollar quality for 5oc a pair. Boys' fast black the 2oc knit for 5c a pair. Our waists for 230 and 340 can't be beaten in this world. ONE PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE DRESS GOODS WH8H GOODS. Largest Dress Goods Stock in the Citv. Black Silks Colored Printed Canton Black Worsted Dress Colored Worsted Dress Novelty Wool Dress Dress Flannels aud Broadcloth. Cotton aud Linen Duck Etc. Great pleasure taken iu showing goods. CALL ON US. Klug-Hasler-Schwentser Dry Goods 217 and West Second St.. Davenport. la H. ABEL The D and H celebrated Hard Coal Valley ffut tuicl Coal Alao Best trades of Lime. etc. Flltmorv Sts. 113 House White Rose WKSHING POWDER A NO PUCK MANUFACTURED BY DAVEXFORT SOAP Iowa. jam OORRT Corry PKAOTICAL PLUMBERS IOWA YOU CAN WHEN PUREST AND BEST LESS THAN HALF THE PRICE OF OTHER BRANDS. 0 QUARTERS SOLD CANS ONLY. 'y V i d -f I. WAITE WINS. Decision Rendered in Favor of His Appointees. STEWART OPPOSES THE Aud Alvisos Coxey's Vote tlie Fop- ulist Ticket Next Time. March Senator Stew- STATE LAWS. Only Seventy Five Men in Coxey's Army. Carried Out to Sea on Float- ing ice. art written the following letter to J. S. commander of the army of the The preservation of liberty and the pursuit of happiness was intrusted to the peojrte under the consti- tution of the United A free ballot was the means by which the sovereign people could retain the rights required by the patriots who gaiueckthe independence and established tlie government of the United States. There was a time when the ballot placed the control of the gov- ernment in Jack- j sons and Lincolns. Such us- of the ballon sent aud dismay despois Codification Commission to be -Appointed this Week. It Estimated the Cost n rr _ e.spoi3 -n KT Q 1 and plundering oligarchies throughout tiie 111 3i Oil Death of Senator Colquitt this Morning. Array l.ess than Seventy-five. CANTON. O.. March -was left of the commonweal army this breakfasted on bread and boilud bacon and black coffee. Coxey says the cold weather and the newspapers be un- j power and that said successful in defeating his project. The '.power to crush oiu world enemies of justice and human rights predicted the success of the j ballot as that man was not I capable of self-government. The destruc- j tiou of ancient republics and the repeated failures of the people to govern themselves was cited in proof of their contention. There have been no Washing- J.icksons or Lincoius elected president of the United Slates in two decades. A soulless despot of alien origin is monarch of the commercial world. His name is money. His instru- ments of oppression are banks and bonds. His servants are administrative and legis- lative The senator then on to sav that the Rt submission Senate Will Pass Form of Resolution- AT THE former Brady and Second Streets. Was To Codify .State DES March commis- sion to codify the laws of the state will be named this week. Ic is to make a re- people the ballot to pin. in Port to he next general anl in uch weather is very cold this morning and the army being thinly suffered. Camp Lexington -was broken at 11 o'clock and the start for Louisville vras made. Less than seventy five men were iii but Cuxey's on the plea that it U putting anarchv and insurrection. The of 2 r- are approaching and providing ii people will have another opportunity' Cu for thruujru the onlv will his addition to preparing a. new code is to us recommend such as it deems t-u necessary in all laws of gener-U applica- tion. Under the provj-ions of the bill the commission which was passed at the present the house is to select two the senate one THE c EPE MOIRE AND Coiey and his lieutenants claimed every- means that- the money power cannot sue- the of the supreme court one. hailot box. Kverv The member- of are to thincr was workinjr saiisfactorilv. tr A Spirituous per day and and attempt to place the ballot box under i eral control has the commander-'. cost of coditioati.m is estimated at The Commonweal army arrived of the United Statts aruiv can- J2A.OOO. The last code of Iowa was Dot march itagainst the people at the polls. issued in Louisville. this afternoon and pitched camp. A scheme to furnish the army bad has been set on in hopes that the soldiers may get and break up the expedition before it- gets beyond IA Gxeut Victory. of injunc- tion .secured by Martin and Orr ajrainr-t the now police Mullins and Barnes were dissolved today by Givnn. The court v cen- o sored Martin and Orr for arming int n and placing dynamite in the city hall. and asserted that Mnllius and Barnes were entitled to the offices. The court upholds the governor at every point. This is n great victory for Governor AVaite and his party. He your army reinforced by the millions of tlie unem- ployed and by the wealth-producers of the nation aud be thoroughly mobilized for the battle in wnen a victory for j the rights of TUJMI against the despotism of j banks and bonds is Abandon the folly of marching an unarmed multi- tude ot starving laborer- against the mod- ern appliances of war under the conirol of a soulless money tru-t. Such folly will L-nr the power the oppressor and ger the safety oi the ballot rr is all that U required to insure the supremacy of the armed forced of the y power at the Adrift on the Ice. ST. N. March 26. While a large number of men and boys were seal hauling on the ice near shore Saturday they were carried out to sea by drifting ice. Two of the boys were frozen to death and the entire partv were verv I m badly frostbitten when rescued. THE NEW CHINESE TREATY. Points from-the Convention Crusiium lias March the text of the Chinese treaty that Secretary G res ham has neguriau-d and that the rad- ical anti-Chinese eonirivssinen are deter- Kosnb mission 151II. Another chapter remains to be added to unsatisfactory liquor legislation of the intists to pass the mulct -was oiilv mf secured ujru an agreement that it should be accompanied by the resabniis- sion of a prohibitory amendment. Tne house has passed the Cc-rawall resubmis- sion resolution which coes. not please the publican senators. It is a lengthy docu- ment practically providing for the incor- poration of a prohibitory including- penaMes and methods of legal procedeur in the constitution. The sen- ate committee has agreed on a shorter resolution which will be taken up some dr.y this week a substitute. Two ew Wash Four Men JMUsiiitr. HOLLAND. Mich.. March party of four men went fishing in two small boats while a heavy storm was raging yester- day. Xothiuff has been heard from them i j f mined to deleat 11 thoy the foiloivmtj since and ir. is feared that all were synopsis is vides that for a. per ning with the excl coming hereinafter shall be absolutely The rir.st section pro- of ten iice ol rai .Senutor Colquitt Dead. March Senator Col- quitr. of who was stricken with paralysis for the second time about a week 3ied at his residence in this city at this morning. Mrs. Colqnitt wif chiul or and children were around the bedside when the end came. Unconsciousness set in some time before death and the sena- tor's end was apparently painless. conditions f Adjourn Out of house ard senate after a brief session todny ad- as a tribute of respect to the memory Senator Culquitt. is provided in Article 'J. to I services over his will not upply. return to the L'uited State of any reg- istered Chinese has a lawtul the t'nitt'd Stares. ll.v value of be held iu the senate at 0 a. tu. tomorrow. 4 I or property therein au Victory for the 1'oIiBrd Side. j Ot-iiJlr' U1 ias To the in the a one when he df-irfs to v erranr. tu-.-.-rii'r' 'i March Bradley in the Pollsrd-Breckenridge case this deposit in iht.- s morning gave his decision ruling out cer- complete ut tain cepositions aud saying that others ought to have been ruled out. because they were so lilthy. He appealed to the press to omit objectionable passages in them. The decision was a slight victory fr r Miss Pollard's attorney. n a i'ull s rauiiiv the uiwan the deposr- one e above be lalse. Too for tlio Crowd. CITY OF famous play of representing the trial aud crucifixion of is being enacted at t.he suburban town of Tacubaya. In the betrayal of Christ by Judas the not holding to historica'i fell upon the impersonator ami beat him soundly. property or collector in niru siiuii ing laboivr wuh a L hiui to rciurn wit hi Lvrtilicato shall be i'oriVitei nieutioned The United Slates i of China to en.-'iCt and 1 AiiuM-ican iahoivrs in similar laws to such as iimy be enavu-tl aiui enforced under this treaty against C laborers B iu the Vuitcd as registration. Provision is made oxu-nd tne tiuio of h the return to the Uniu-d Slates in case of sickness or other disability beyond the con- m. V trol 01 the laborer visiting his native coun- and no such laborer shall be permitted to enter the United Stares without produc- Asuinst Lumpy-Jaw Cattle. the heretofore meuiionetl. CHICAGO. March of the j The treaty only affocr.s actual all question of a more strict enforcement of others being ndmissnble on the productiou the edict against lumpy-jaw cattle has cul- of certificate irom ineir government or minated here in adoption of a i they last or from the hensive rule by the Chicago. Live Stock ex- diplomaticor consularagentsof the United which provides fur strict States iu the countries whence they lion aud prescribes a heavy penalty for j Transit of Chinese laborers through this avoiding the some. country to other countries is permitted un- der such regulations as congress may deem necessary. All or the country temporarily or permanently are guaranteed all the rights given to the citi- zens of the most favored except the right to become aud the United States pledges itself to exert all its On account of the newness of de- beauty in and low- ness in are Worthy pecial Notice and will be introduced to the dry goods purchasers this week at er yd. THE I nn-an Nothing better in a wash fabric ever sold for the looks like Moire silk. Excellent wearing and wides Better in Every Way General Deba-ty and Heart Trouble Overcome THE At 19c a yd. Two Kills Piisseil by tho Town March bouse hns bills appropriating for uni- forms of the members of t-he Sccoucl ami Fourth rogi moats during the and fix- ing the salaries of sheriffs at year iii counties from to ami in oouinie.s of over A i-esolution has been piussed both houses for adjournment April but there is talk of reconsidering aud substi- tuting an earlier date. Their Cost a Human March A boy named James living near was induced by a gaug of rowdies to drink a large quantity of alcohol. They thought it would be fun to see him drunk. Shortly afterwards the boy died from the effects and the man who gave him the liquor was power to secure protection to the persons nud property of all Chinese in this Kaiser Economic Idea. March Emperor Wiihelm recognizes that tbe unbounded resources of America constitute a standing menace to European trade and and al- though he has tlie greatest sympathy for America and Americans he is also awake to the danger of the repetition of such a blow as that inflicted by the McKinley policy. His idea is that Europe must be prepared to take n common stand against A Statement for the Benefit of Others. C I. Hood Lowell. I desire to add xr.y testimony in favor of Hood's Sarsnparilla that all suffering from sick- ness may possibly be influenced to put confi- dence in its ajul be among those to enjoy Good Health Once More. I had a spell of sickness caused by trouble with my which the doctor said was fast wasting away. In fact lie stated that T had only a short time to live. great effort I over- came my sickness but in very feeble my pulse was irregular and frequently My Heart Ceased Beating for a second or two. I could hardly get around tho I was so and I lacked any appe- tite. Finally I concluded to try Hood's Sarsa- parilla and I got one bottle. Tho effect of tlie arrested and placed under H bond of commercial measure which directs for manslaughter. IHcd from Overwork. March Miss Ida May who for several years past has been in charge of the mail order department itself not against any individual nation iu but against all Europe. Chairman AVil-ton Mticli Impovcd. SAN 'March Repre- sentative L. Wilson is much improved. of a dry goods died at her home aft- He sat up in bed a few hours and received er having lain in u comatose state forsev- two both old friends. Ho left for enteer. days. The cause of death is given the ranch of ex-Congressman of Hen as cerebral resulting from a of eight niHea from the to- continuous mental pi oduced by too day and will remain there a few days re- constant a pplicaUou to I cuperating Jn Sarsaparilla CUR medicine was so beneficial that T got five more. After I had taken the Sarsaparilla I felt much better and my whole system was strengthened. I found Hood's Sarsaparilla an excellent medi- cine for tho blood. I cannot praUso It too Iowa. Hood's Pills cTirc liver r.lck An exact reproduction of the imported Crepons for 36c a yd. The texture is lighter than wool challie and is 32-in wide. A full line of colors which we guarantee to be absolutely fast. If you contemplat buy- ing a wash dress we respectfully ask you look at these two fabrics of decided ment. HAR JMHMMHV VON MAUR s T' t   

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