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THE ABGUg, TTEPy FSPATV OCTOBER 21, 1898.
Oar Great Slaughter Sale of
DRY - GOODS
CotUm Toweling at Stc kiid Stfe pr
Linen Cmh at 4t(e per yard.
UnblMi-bad rjnalla at Se ptr lard.
UnMrached Oautam flannel at e I'
Tennis Planael u S;c 6c,:4e nl Bc
pet raid .
Pray Cotton BlanteU at 45c per pa'r.
?"t Blmck Cotton, Kibbctf, at 4c. 6c, Se,
and 7c per pair. .
Fart Blk Cotton, Ribbed, at 9j, 10c,
11 an Itc per pair.
Fart Black Cotton. Bibbed, at 11c, 13c,
15c 17a, 19c, 21c, and etc per pafr.
Grey Mixed Cotton. Rlbbea at 7e, 8c. 9c.
lie, lie and IS.: per pair.
Fine Guar Assorted Browna and Tana,
t lightly telcd, at lie per pair.
Fine gnaee. Brown Cotton at 9c, 10c, 11c
and 12c a pair.
Fire gnaee. Red Cotton at 9c, 10c, 11c
and lie a pair.
Fine gaage, Faat Black, assorted aizea,
at 10c a pair.
Vine ribbed, Faat Black at lie, lie and
13c a pair.
217 and 21754 West Second St., Davenport.
W T AT AT AT AT AT AT AT AT AT AT AT
LS. Bl Sw Sv Sv YSw k, k. Via. "I k. van.
That It has taken time and study and work to
produce Shoes worth your buying at prices fair
for you to pay? Think it over.
Think this over, too that descriptions are
cheaper than materials. Be sure the shoes you
buy are as good as you're made to believe they
are. Our new fall styles are in. Ladles' shoes
of any grade, and some wear-reslsters for the
children that arc worth your while to buy.
1704 Second Ave.
Leads them all this season when you are talking
about Shoes. The "nobby" styles and the more
modest; you can fled them all at Adams. La
dles will do well to call before purchasing their
FALL FOOTWEAR. Welt goods are very
stylish this season, as well as sensible.
frin 1 f .iKffSattraTilLr "!
We can please the gentlemen this season better
than ever in Box Calf, Cordovans, Enamels,
Patent Leather, with or without invisible cork
soles. Consult your best Interests and buy
P AM 0
Mi cOMFORT AND WEAR.
Open every evening till 9 o'clock.
Mind Cotton, utbsed Top. at 5c and c
ht pair. -
Ulack, Tana and Vised Cotton, R bhad
Top, at 7c aud at per pair.
Mixed Cotton, tubbed Top, at t aaa!
lUc r pair.
Fart lilacs Cottoa, Bibbed Top, at lie
Fan Black Imported Cottsa, Ribbed
Top, at lac, 17c, itc, and Sic per pair.
Heavy Bine Wool at 15c par pair.
Boya Half note. Assorted Mixed Cot
ton, at Sc per pair.
Fart Black Cotton at Tite. 10c and 15c
Faat Black Cotton, ribbed top, at 15c
Fa-t Black Imported Cotton at 17c per
Fat Black Imported C it too, Maeo foot,
at lc. Sic, 2Sc 33c and S6c per pair.
rant Black Fleeced Cotton at e par
Fat Black Fleeced Cottoaj , ribbed top,
at S5e per pair.
Red Woo', mixed, at 19c par pair.
Gray Wool, mixed, at 19c per pair. "
Dry Goods CO.
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AT AT AT AT AT AT AT AT AT AT AT "Vm.
This cut represents
only one of to
many wade in Welt
or Turn, at pricfs
From $2.50 to
TANNER IN A TENT.
He Opens the Republican One
CLAY OOTJJTTT APPLE RAISES DEAWS
Repeat Bpavek Wklck Ha Baa Dllwre
rrty Tlmaaa la tha Fiwaamt Csaapatlara
1 XCakea a Weak Atteaapc a ladaaaaa;
tk Faoia a UwaUaw Hta Bulaiaata. '
A 1-ring circa under the manage
ment of the Rock Island county re
publican committee opened a week'
engagement at the corner of Elev
enth street and Filth avenue last
evening. It Is the intention to vary
me program as moon as possible,
and to this end a new drawing card
will be introduced at each perform
ance. John R. Tanner, who runs
an apple farm down in Clav
county, but who professionally is a
ring politician, and who is seeking
gubernatorial honors at the hand of
the honest people of Illinois, held
the boards last night, lie proved
quite an attraction, a goodly num
ber of Rock Island's rnriosty seekers
assembling and taking in the show.
A grand free street parade preceded
the performance. A staffed Ameri
can eagle, a Chinaman and a fresh
Irishman, who it it is understood
were brought here from Jacksonville
by Mr. Tanner, were features of the
Joe Lulu Ilea officiated as inter
polator at the circus. T. Hannorah
Thomas being unable to do the hon
ors, owing to the inability of the
tailor to nave mi claw-hammer coat
in readiness for the occasion. After
tumbling by Long Bill Baker a
quartet headed by Steve Collins
tried to jolly up the andiencd by
singing a selection in which it was
intimated that everybody whose
opinion differed from that of Hanna's
belonged In a warmer climate. Jje
Lnla also announced that the show
wuuM remain a week.
Three cheers for Joe II aaa!"
broke in Boney Johnson, who was
standing near by. But that was all
mere was to it. men the big gun
was ushered to the front.
Taaaae Telia Bla Tale.
People who congregated beneath
that malaria permeated canopy to
hear something new were disap
pointed. In fact they were disap
pointed if they expected to hear an
orator, for John R. Tanner is about
the weakest excuse of n talker which
the republican committee has on its
Illinois books today. His voice re
minds one of a wagon passing down
the street on a frosty winter morning.
He is one of those wheezy talkers.
His voice needs fixing. Mr. Tanner
recited the same speech which be
has delivered through the state all
during the present campaign. He
said he liked Rock Island because he
had friends here whom he hsd fomd
tried and true when he announced
his candidacy for the nomination for
governor! and he wanted to tell tbem
how much he thought of tbem. Mr.
Tanner said he had no doubt about
the election of the republican ticket
in Illinois the only thing tha- is
bothering him now is the majority.
He said that if the majority fell be
low 100.UOO be would Ira greatly dis
appointed. Then he ciiticfoed (Jov.
Altgeld for his alleged chaoge of
front on the money question, oolj
ing that four years ago he went abtiut
the state preaching for sound money.
The free coinage of silver, Mr. Tan
ner contended, without international
agreement means the repeal of the
Declaration of Independence and the
establishment of British tyranny in
America. It will also decrease our
currency and reduce the present silver
dollar one-half, according to Mr.
Tanner, who held to the stereotyped
argument that it is an attempt
to make Uncle Sam stamp a piece of
metal worth but 60 cents a dollar.
The would-be governor said he
hoped the time had not arrived when
men will be cheated by law aimply
because they happen to have acenm.
nlated a little of the world's goods.
The adoption of free silver, the
speaker further held, would cheat
every Amerlean citizen not in the
poor house at the time of the law's
passsge. Mr. Tanner then went on
in an illiterate harangue about Gov.
Altgeld. and the democratic party
generally, and concluded with an
appeal to his hearers to stick by him
and Bill McKinley in November.
Then there was a speech by Judge
Lonecker, of Chicago.
Thursday evening Bob Cousins, of
Iowa, will be the attracUon at the
republican circus, while Saturday
night Seldom Seen, who is known in
private life as Mr. Collins, whose
home is in Nebraska, will make bis
initial appearance here.
When wear begin to exceed re
pair in your body yon are going to
fall sick. The signs of it are: Loss
of flesh, paleness, weakness, nerv
ousness, etc. The repair needed is
food. You think you eat enough,
and yet you feel that you wear out
more tisane, energy., nerve force,
than yonr food makes for you. The
difficulty is that yon do not di
gest enough. And this is no serious
it is worth sitting down seriously to
think about. H you can't digest
what you eat, take a few doses of
Shaker Digestive Cordial. The ef
fect of it will be to iecreasejour
flesh and make you ftel stronger.
Ton won't fail sick. Proof that it is
in control of your repair aperatos
It's easy enough to test this for your
self. Tske a few bottles of Shaker
Sold by drnggists at 10 cents to $1
For worn-out business men Both
ing equals Dr. Kay's Renovator.
BRYAN CLUEV8 UEETtNG.
HaaSqaartara rack Kk
Daiaiara Loaf Slfht.
Probably the most enthusiaatio
meeting in the Brvaa elnb's exist
ence occurred last evening, when the
headqearters were packed to the
doors, no less than two thousand
voters being within hearing of the
speakers who took part.
It was the regular monthly meet.
ing of the club, and after the routine
affairs were disposed of A. P. Mc
Guirk, of Davenport, and Mr. Hicks,
of Motine, made stirring addresses.
George W. Archer, of Pittsfleld, cir
cuit clerk of Tike county, who is n
visitor in the city, nttended the
meeting nnd was called a p in to
speak; and the aadienoe was not
sorry that he was present, for he
proved himself an able exponent of
democratic doctrine. Mr. Archer
says that Tike connty has n reputa
tion for always giving the demo
cratic ticket at least COO majority.
but that this year it would mil np
:hhj tor Bryan ana Aitgeia ana the
remainder of the ticket.
The Bryan rlub attends n demo
cratic rally at Clans tooth's hall.
WILL BUILD vT WELL.
Th rmiqaarfaw t M Mmm
P. C. Car v. B. F. Da fiaar a 4 n
Smith, representing the three Wood
men lodges in Rock Island, tester-
any visitea tne uirectors of the M
W. A. order in session at Fulton with
reference to the boildlnir which tha
order proposes potting np on its re
cently acquires ioi aere. jae mis
sion of the Rock Ialaad committee
was to impress the directors with lbs
desirability of a hall. The matter
was taken nnder full consideration,
and this morniog came n telegram
anaouncing that the directors had
decided to provide what will be
practically a 3-story building with
basement, ground cilice fluor nnd
Woodman hall on the upper floor.
Operations will begin on the build
ing in the near future.
The building will be complete in
all details, designed to meet every
requirement of the great order.
WHITE-LAC OB WEDDING
lSv t ta Altaw.
Irvia S. White, secretary and
treasurer of Harts A Bahnsen com
peoy. wholesale drureiata of till a
city, will be married this evening to
Miaa Ifaroaj-et rT1a.rw t.aMa it.n.ki..
of Ralph Dopoy Lnooe, of West Pitt-
The weddinc will Ym iwlahnla,! m
S o'clock. Frank Bahnsen and Ire.
rvarr. oi tne city, wm attend. Mr.
and Mrs. White will take a 6-week a'
honeymoon before returning to Bock
isianu, wncre they will reside.
A eras Beft reset
When Dr. R. V. Plrc .r Rnfr.tn
N. Y.. published the first edition of
his great work, the People's Common
Sense Medical Adviaer. k nnnmirail
tbt after GHu.OOO copies hsd been
sold at the regular price, f 1.40 per
copy, the profit on wh rh would re
pay him for the great amount of
I . . .
iBiiur ami money expenaea in pro
ductngit. he would distribute the
next halt million free. As this num
ber of copies has already been sold,
be is now giving away, absolutely
free. iOO.CtK) eoniea nf thla mnat Mn.
plete, interesting nnd valuable com-
nun reuse meaicaj work ever pub
lished the recinient nnl Km In., m.
qnired to mail . to bint, at store
.i . .
uurvas, twenty-one ill) one-cent
StatnDS. to cover mat nf n.itia.
only, nnd the bo- k will be sent post-
r a . ...
paiti. is is n veritable medical
library, com Diet In An nl n n,
Cootains 1.0O8 nairea nrnfnaatl- Illna.
trated. The free edition is precisely
.u w- as mat soia at ii.ixj except
only that the books are in strong
manilla paper covers Instead of cloth.
Send now before all are given away.
Catarrh cn-.- I. IImI a.
- . .w, H.
be taken intarnall v it- mmmi.:
either mercury or Iodide of potase.
ur wm. wuica are ininnous if too
long taken. Catarrh is a torsi, not a
J : . .
uiuvu ui-ci-i, canaea oy suaaen
change to cold and damp weather.
It starts in the naaal passage. Cold
in the head raa.es eseessive flow of
mnensnnd. if repeatedly neglected,
the revolts of catarrh whl foliow, nnd
of len limes an offensive discharge,
Ely's Cream Balm Is the acknowl
edged cor for the IraaklM mmm
contains no mer-ory nor any injur-
f All at 4fflP
The Lnmberbov. Uaaia I'.ntM
and Verne 8 wain came down.
The water is station at na fnt -
the temperature at noon was 41.
Boats north were the Lumber boy.
tut uareou. Jo Long nnd city of Wi-
Tli watar la t '.r,M.-w .. .
points nnd indications are that it w
The KltCaraon fcrnna1
strings of lumber nnd the Bert
uneaan eigas swings Of lumber.
With the exhilarating sense of re
newed health and atrwnvtk i..
ternal cleanliness, which follows the
nssot ejrupof rigs, is unknown to
the few who have not progressed be
yond the old-time medicines nnd the
cnenp snnstitntes sometimes cftTed
but never accepted by the well-In-firmed.
V Cea C44 ta Umm us.
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets, au druggists refund the money
ta t. - m.
u a latu MJ CHI. M 0a u.
CostiBued tram rjik Fif
tor the office of mad outer guard.
the candidates for which post were
mentioned In Tan A no us of yester-
dny. The other officers are bat ere.
motions, nnd accord ie? to custom
John D. Benedict, who has passed
through nil the chairs up to the
highest, beeouaeo grand chancellor,
the various offices below him eten-
log up notch each and leav
sg that of grand outer guard to be
Oiled by n sew man nnd Lee Plan
of this city
Is a candi
Island U al
ree o t e d
i.r.ninr, rmnd else.
Rock Island district, nnd he Is re
garded as one of the leading Pythian
in the Illinois domain.
This nf ternoon the visitors went by
special train provided by the Rocs
I aland road to Rock Island ureeunL
Thie evening oeenrs the reception
nnd grand ball at Industrial bull.
Tomorrow morning will be devoted
to business, ns will n portion of the
afternoon, nnd nt 4 o'clock the trol
ley party will be taken for n tour et
tb twin cities nnd n visit to the
Grsnd ball tonight.
Senator George D. Anthony, of the
Twenty-third district, Chicago, and
n member of the judiciary committee
of the grand lodge, la attending the
Charles O. Itloom. oftheOnti
nental. nt Chicago, arrived thie
morning to nttend the conclave.
Charley ts n prominent Pythian nnd
ne xnongnt this n gnoa opportauity
to see the Iwye nnd likewise to tay
a ibi to bis oiq some.
Charles Burrovne. of Chlraco.
formerly grand chancellor. Is one of
the prominent members of the Chi-
rsgo delegation. Mr. Bergovee is
not n stranger to Rock Island Prtbt-
una. having made many friends here
in 193. when as grand chnneellor he
lostltetel Metropolitan lodfe 44.
in which work S. S. Wright was his
M. F. Dunlap. of the bnnklnsr firm
of Dunlap. Russell Co.. Jackson
ville, chairman of the finance com
mltteeoftbe grand lodge, on which
he has served for six years, tells
many interesting Incidents of the
eeny campaign mays of William J.
Bryan, the democratic providential
candidate, of whom he Is an Intimate
friend. Mr. Dunlap is n great ad
mirer -f Mr Bryan. He recalls the
erst political speech Brysn made in
n neighboring Tillage ehortly after
lnving college nt Jacksonville, when
G rover Cleveland run In 1$4. A
prominent orator had been billed to
speak, bat through some hitch was
unable to be on hand. So the demo
crats at the head of the meetieg were
inn slew. They told their troubles
to Brynn. who to their surprise told
them that he would make n talk.
They wanted to know if be was cap
able of dlacaaslae the campaign
issues. He nnswered that he was
not nfrnid to make an attempt any
way. The hall was pecked. The fay
orator s appearance was not the oc
casion for mock eetaosiacm. bat be
fore he had proceeded 1ft mlsntos.
nr. noninp aays. be hsd the audi
ence wild. Then he was In demand
everywhere. Mr. Danlap is to meet
r. brynn nt lerre Heme. lad., to
morrow nlfbt. nnd will aceomnanv
him on his tour of Illinois
A WORN-OUT FAD.
Pure blood, strong nerves nnd
ueclee. firm healthy nh ran only
some from weoleceme food well di
gested. Blood purifiers" nnd
servo 100100' do not reach the
cause of the mischief. The stomach
Is the point to be looked after. The
eafeat and surest way to euro any
form of Indigestion is to tske after
each meal some a arte leas prepare
Won which will of itaelf direst food
There is an etoellent preparaUon of
tats tin eempoaed of vegetable es
seeees. pate prrie. golden eosl nnd
fruit salts, eld by drogrUtt seder
the name of Stuart Dyspepwin Tab.
lets, nnd these tablets taken after
meals ueaist dieetlos wonderfully
because tber wUl digt the food
promptly before it bus time to for
ent nnd sour, nnd the weak atom,
nek relieved nnd ass sted In this way
soon becomes stroeg nnd vigor
Stnsrt's Dyspepsie Tablets ur sn-
Eor to any secret patent medldnos
ins yon know what you are tak
ing Into yonr stomach. They nre
old by druggists everywhere nt M
easts per package.
Write Stuart company. Marshall.
Mich., for book os stomach diseases.
VtuT wPlfVf tfaSnW
Mrs. Wlsslowl Soothing Syrup has
boos sssd lor child ran tootilng. It
anotka tk kllL ooflena Ik
allays ail pain, esree wind eoUo, sad
is im neat renseay ror euniinuss,
Terastrv aont s botUa.
I wlJ repine free nil work that I
have done daring the post 10 years
met is Bui snuafaciory.
- G. M. Bsnooonv,
im Stoond svsssoj
At Laks Nyanrs. In the heart of Africa, the aery
first thine; hs did was to sapock SS Urge trunks
nnd get out tins presents bs (and brought tor the
satire, if had flats sad Cap. nd Collars nnd
Cuffs nnd Shirts. But what surprised the tups
lace more tens northing sis worn
, . , i
Is fact, soms of them wars ksows to bare worn
them night sad dsy lor IS months.
Our Shoes Wear Also.
Wo have jest received II different etjlesVl Men's
Shoes for fall or winter.
Open Until 9 O dock Erealngs.
Spot Cash Shoe Store 107 Twenli'lh street
ere a Home
YOU CAN PROCURE TIIK
Liquid Malt Food
TIIR know tired act of tb CHICAGO ttRLW.
IKU CtlMrASt' that tins beoome n jeatly trnp.
lsr is building sn the system. It is s connru-aid
ettract bf eelort Malt sad Hops and tives almat
sairacaloae eetnac t oavalniHata. siaralitg
sh others, rt.
The Chlccflro Brew I23 Co'. Cloliled tlccr
Las also made s reputation lor itself asd rs U nr.
dtwed from the local bras teJephotio lltKi.
Nloeteeath St aad First Ave.
THE POPULAR SUBJECT
. a. '
ite"!?.!?- Our .
-- aap 4M fa omixicxsc
Osrlnff to the high quality of
material we use In our pUtes
we Could not afford tn mVs
tbem lor $6. Thrj price Is
BridiTe werV tK snnot srW.
tific and modern wy of ttfdg teetSL' We do thU work
We extrart tMth twmJtfw.1a
to the iTuntwoo gat, etker,
w emaosn at
I Or a abort time S wrCl ra
tooth paste of our own tataSca,
ru ur worm fruvraeea lor
--ui ana rxsminsnon
New Ycrli Dental Pariora.
115 East Third httreet.
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U4 17. smtdMat&Ct.
PAnrrcu a con
WE BATS BOTH
Frco Silver Gold
O jr nilrcr filling At soc are
-WW HiuiG mau m 01ISr W1U
A, old crown. fj. aad oar
.alnt ... t
wiaaa a vra(ib,wOal
cUoroiorm, consequently bo
int ntie- MtM.. t.V . av..tM
ctsraotecd absolutely purts.
tsn ycArs. Come and ate
TOU WILL WAVT A
we cax sum r either