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THE ARG27& THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1894.
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Sale musi be Accompan
ied by Cash.
Overcoats and Ulsters
Our Men's Suits.
The above prices are a positive cut from 25 to 40 per cent.
And the finest makes in the country.
Children's heavy weight suits, from 4 to 14, at 09c; a regular world beater. Children's all wool cheviot, worth $5, going at $2.95. These suits have double seat and double knee. Our great combi
suits, consisting of one coat, two pairs of pants and a cap, at $2.95 and $4-49. special value. Boys' overcoats and ulsters from $1.49 upward. Children's overcoats as low as 99c.
Comprising Men's, Boys' and Children's more than complete prices low beyond conception. Men's working pants, worth $1.50, during this sale, 49c. 65c, and 7sc All wool pants from Si.qs and im
ward. Boys pants from 37c and upward; Children s as low as 15c. VJ H
Heavy ribbed underwear, 15c each; extra heavy
, .Everything else cut way down; in fact, no limit to
to do it, will show no mercy to our competitors. '
Corner Second and Brady,
UKAT1MO AMU TKMTILATIKO KNGIRKKKa.
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8EIVERS & ANDERSON
CON TRACTORS and BUILDKK
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Office and Shop 721 Twelfth street
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HAVE YOU SEEN
If Not, Why Not?
Come and sec the Heater, and judge its
merits yourself. Fifteen Bold this sea
son, and more going. Call for descrip
112 and 114 W. 17th street.
LATEST NOVELTIES IN
nice IJB17 FAIL ts
OA M KB AT
E. F. DORK,
The New Merchant Tailoi.
1828 BKCOND ATS
Oeotrml JohWnf om ob tbott aotle
ad MtUafaetloa guarmntMd
It is a staggering blow to competitors, and there will be no let up.
It has made people who want to claim they are competitors dismount
from their high-headed steeds and announce and wonder how we can
Beginninpr NEXT SATURDAY, OCT. 13, and for the next thirty days, we
will sell for SPOT CASH ONLY, Overcoats, Suits, Furnishing Goods, Hats
and Caps, at prices that will astonish you. We will quote but a few of the ex
traordinary values during this unequaled sale. Cost of goods not considered.
Boys and Children's Departm't
Boys' Suits, sizes from 13
to 19, at prices ranging
from $248 to $9.99, worth
double the money.
clouded underwear, 19c each;
: 19c. :
bargains. This is not mere talk, but solid facts, which upon
Be Mtkn Two 8pctara at tbe Illlnolx
SPKISOFIELD, Ills., Oct. 11. A special
train made up on the Cliicnpo, Peoria and
St. Louis railroad, which Gmoral Muti
neer C. H. Bosworth took pi-rsonal clmrpe
nf, brought Governor McKinley from Pe
oria to this city, which was reached at 6
p. m. t'nited States Senntor Cullum, ex
Kcprescntatlve Mam and Mr. I. C. Kd
wards (a niemher of the state comniittx-e),
joined the party at Peoria. A stop of a
minute was made at Havana, but no
others were mude, although at several sta
tions there were crowds at the station
which checrud as the train B)cd past. At
the Springfield station there was a big,
noisy andj rather disorderly lot of men,
who seemingly struggled to split their
throats in yelMng at Governor McKinley,
and rendered it well nigh impossible for
him to make his way through to the state
capital, where the Statu league of clubs
was in session.
Rpring-fleld in Holiday Itreos.
The capital city of Illinois was in holi
day attire in honor of the reception. Flags,
hunting, etc., were In profuse evidence.
The state house was well beflagged. Rep
resentative Hall was elegantly decorated
by the Democratic chief janitor of the state
house, for the edification of the Illinois
Mate Republican league. Incoming trains
brought in thousands of people who
wanted to sue and hear the great exponent
of protection. Fully 1(3,000 strangers were
in the city, and the regular residents were
nearly all on the streets.
Reception nt the Mate Capitol.
The governor was taken by a circuitous
route through the streets, which were lined
with boisterous enthusiasts. Tho hall of
the house of representatives was packed,
and when McKinley entered the cheers of
welcome given him wore deafening. C.
W. Raymond, the newly elected president
of the league, performed the perfunctory
ceremony of making an introduction,
characterizing Governor McKinley as be
ing nearer to the hearts of the American
people than any other man living in Amer
ica. Renewed cheers, continuing for sev
eral minutes, followed the introduction,
and when they partially subsided throe
cheers "for the next president" were given,
and when it was suggested by some one to
"Let her go again," three more cheers rang
out. The governor's speech to the leaguo
was an appeal, for them to work and see
that the full vote was gotten ont on elec
The Iamtlate Ohie Mao.
But in the course of his speech the gov
ernor got in a word for Ohio. He said:
Heavy white underwear, 33c each, and all other qualities lower
Hose. ! Cans.
3c. : 23c.
"Ohio has always claimed smno share in
the nomination of Mr. Lincoln for the
presidency. In in the city of Chica
go, when the third ballot had lieen taken
Mr LiiKxiln lacked one and one half votes
to give him the nominal ion. Thi n' was a
hushed silence through the irrcat wigwam
when Mr. 1). K. Carter, of Cttnton, O. an
old neiglilmr and friend of mine who pre
ceded me in congress rose in his place
and trunferred tlirnc votes from Salmon
P. Chase to Mr. Lincoln, making him tiie
On lor th-truit Next.
At the conclusion of his speech. Gov
ernor McKinley hastened to visit the Lin
coln monument and lat evening addrcsxed
from a platform erccte.l in the state house
grounds an nudierinv of thousands. At
10:45 p. m. a special train on t lie Wabash
road took the governor to Detroit, where
he sicuks today.
Future Movement of the Governor.
Chicah, Oct. 11. Governor McKinley
was in the city a short time en route to
Springfield, and looked ns though the
hard campaigning he has gone through in
the last month was mere child's play for
him. After leaving Springfield he will
speuk at A'lrian. Detroit, Ionia, mid Grand
Rapids, Mich. He will reach Toledo, O.,
on Saturday afternoon, and arrive in Col
umbus tho same night. On Moniiuy he
starts out again, and spenks at Hnmlin,
O., then at Louisville, Ky., Nashville,
Tenn., and on the following Saturday at
Cincinnati, O. Thence lie goos to Hunt
ington, to Charleston, and SVheeling, W.
Vu.; then to Pittsburg, Pa., and into New
York state. He speaks at Buffalo aud
throughout the central portion of thestate,
closing the tour in that state in New York
Illinois Republican Clubs.
SPRlKttFlELD, Ills., Oct. 11. Hon. L. B.
Ray called the State League of Repub
lican Clubs to order with a lively speech.
There were 1,314 delegates present. Re
ports of the officers showed a satisfactory
state of affairs. Resolutions of the stand
ard Republican tenor were enthusiastical
ly adopted and the following officers elect
ed: President, C. W. Raymond, V'at
scka; one vice president from each con
gressional district; secretary, John A.
Russell, Elgin; first assistant secretary,
Robert Whittle, Bloomingtou; second as
sistant secretary, John Lynch, Jr., Oluey.
VICE PRESIDENT STEVENSON.
Ha Addresses a Large Crowd at Lincoln oa
the Political Iaaues,
Lincoln, Ills., Oct. 11. Vice President
Stevenson, who slipped into town unan
nounced, spoke to a large crowd of Demo
crats, mating the opening address of the
For 30 Days
Commencing on Saturday
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investigation will verify our statement. We are bound to do
campaign here. He said in part : ,ln the
presidential coiit-st of 1W the battle was
fought and won by tho Democratic party
almost upon the single issue of tariff re
form. Vjon the issue of reduced tariff
taxation upon the ncocssAric of life, as
against high protectionism, Mr. Cleveland
was elected and the Democracy restored to
power. For the first time within a third
of a century the lieinocmtic jvtrtv on
March 4. 1C, controlled the pn-siiiency
aud both houses of the congress. Under
these conditions the country had much to
expect of the great historic party now re
stored to power. How has tho party kept
faith with tho people?"
He replied to the question by a review of
the acts of the last congress and declared
them all in line with the promises of the
Democratic platform. He reviewed the
conditions previous to the panic of 1KH3,
and declared that it all occurred under
the McKinley law and before an arm had
been lifted to carry out tho pledges of the
IX-mocratic national convention. Refer
ring to the sugar tax he said that the
lwunty provided by the KcKiulcy bill
"amounted during the lost year to tho
enormous sum of f 12.000,000. Tho tariff
bill just passed by a IXmocratic congress
rcjiealed this sugar bounty, and removed
from t lie statute books this odious class
legislation." His speech was an exhaus
tive review of the tariff acts from a Dem
Touinsypazalesleugtimeoverthat com he
fore yon tell bo to pronounes it. Tsks tbe last
tndfint and read bjekwud. and yoa have the
familiar worj ,'otics.'" Thoa it aaifht paicle
Jon to learn that -YreToeaid Laeldem KedloeT
cones incipient conanmptlo i and all aerofuloaa
imparities of the blood, and ta satire remedy for
pile, skin affdctioni and all eomp'.ainU doe to
donnged liver. Take the rig-bt band end cf roar
title scd read backward and yon have the "Gold
en Mrdical DlfcorerT." tbe fiimona preparat'on
of Dr. Plercs, of Buffalo. Get hold of disease by
the right end. Don't watt till tho androaker is
the only man that can do aaythicg. "U. M. D."
cor.' cwwnmptlon. long aerofula. when taken ut
the earl atag -sof the oiaeeea.
Wbea Baby was sick, we game her Oaatorhv
When she waa a Chiid, ahe cried for Cantorfa.
wnen ane became ntm, ahe dang to
When ahe had Children, aha thai
Children Cry for
Men's suits, worth
from $S to $8, now
Men's suits, worth
from flu to fl2, now
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Take a Look at Them.
; Canvas Mitts, ;
; Suspenders, :
: good wearers, :
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The King One Price Clothiers.
Of Mackintosh and Rubber Clothing.
We are now showing a Large Stock of Ladies
single and double Textnre Mackintoshes in
Low priced. Medium and the Finer Grades.
Also Mandleberg'a English Mackintoshes,
which are the finest made, and are selling them
at Chicago prices.
We also have a special line of Misses' School
Garments that are Waterproof and Serviceable.
Men and Boys Mackintosh and Rubber Coats.
All grades and prices.
Rubber Store, TeIe4?Jonc
WI&34XS IIAIGI1T & CO.,
J. T. DIXON
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1708 Second. Avenue.
nOOBPOBATBD DhTDEB THE STATE LAW
Rock Island Savings Bank.
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Men's suit. ,.nb
from fs to L .it
Won suits. i.r;ij
from f 12 ti n
They are Beauties.
the business and in order
207 Brady Street, Davenport
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