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TIIE AliCUJS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 13, 1900.
I GOOD SHOES FOR
More than 20,000 Pairs at 75c, 95c, $1.05, SI.25, $1.40,
$1.55, $1.65, $1.95 and $2.35. Overgaiters 15c.
Regents $3.50 for $2.35.
Or a fair avcrnc of half regular prices. There are enough of these
uhoes marked at less than half ro counter i.alance thos- selling at a
trille ovi r .00 per cent of their u-ual cost. There are ail pood hoes.
with our guarantee lebind that of the manufacturers. All are of fall
ami winter weight, excepting those speiitk-d as house shoes, which are
of appropriate ultance. 'i he ijaestion may arise in the minds of
rta-lei- of his ad vertisenient, Why -c il jrood. seasonable shoes at
half prise?" If it were practicable "and pertinent to state here the
viav in whi h rhe-e shoes w re obtained, the various makers' reasons
f.i- disposing of them, the pri. es at
;., that Muestion would no !uii'"
an; worth so much, and that we shall yell theru at certain puce.
'Ihe.Mj facts will be sullicient for constant readers of our advertise
ments. Kvery pa'r should liud a wearer in a very short time.
g All will be Sold In January and February.
W- "hould le taxed to our utmo.rt capac'ity by this phenomenal
sale, but we triiarantee to earefullv serve ail who come. The r-ize and
assortment i- better than that afforded in most shoe stores.
caes are waiting to be ojiened as
found on that score.
20.WO pairs of shoes.
Some of them
ft. 25 a Pair.
(vr l') piirs of wimieu'sin'e and
ion t:i" unl kid -h't;s. tMin
and w;i.- round toe witij kid tip- utid
nitrfiiwai weight '-,. ? I is Lljau
one tiu.r regular nje.
of uonien s tan kli lace
turillum wi-ltit uppers ami
.- 1c:t- iu.iii one bait regular
$.55 a Par.
, f n;.fi . kariif.tmo e:ii f
sU'm-s. l.iee ud I'tiiiuii. weiikfdiis
muj IliC'liiln weit.l Ml . In si.yle. ti
rli'Mtse f rum- 1 S' Is line liiUf rcui.ir
! for iliesC suoes.
75 Cents a Pair.
J l"p i rsof iwiiuen lnweulUn lluek
litt-.- hIiim-m. wild soft kid upper, :trid
t!.Ui l4fr N!ie fj.'tter for btis
wear 7S" Is Ifss than ime-lialf re.'uir
J5 Cents a Pair.
M ! p vlrs i.f w.)rntii , l.i ck kid
lirel. Ip'.i fin sh,-. u it b i' em
1!isand iiiKdi'im weii'lii soles
lr.Mii I !;, in lriiss-s ! sin w,
Km- i--s than uuc li tif regular
nn.n s. '
Many of These Could not
807 Twentieth Street
FINK TAEJLORING . . .
A few notes regarding fall goods that can bo fonnd by looking
at this ad. Here are some prices we quote: Noveltiea
In suits tho prices range from $ 18. i'0, f.'J2, and up. The
prices in the fall trousers range from $5, $5 50, $6, 6.50 and
upward. Come in and see our tine ne.
GUS ENGLIN, I M03 Second Ave.
DOES HE SMOKE?
Of course lie i!oes, and In the selec
tion of lloinl i prrseuLM fur ten
fj tleinen notbin more acceptable
eau be procured t ban soiiietbluj; in
the MiiokerV liue. and no belter
place to tlnd it than a.
THE PALACE CIGAR
Beautiful assortment of holiday
boxes of eiars raotiiior in price
froui '0c to K1 per box. l'ipes from
ye olden corn cob to the elegant
tneepichaum. Includin the most ex
tecslve asnortuieut of briars ever
shown in thews parts. I'iifar cases,
cigarette ease. cirar bolder, cigar
ette holders, tobacco j.irs.amliu fact
most everything dear to the Ueart
of the smoker can bo had at popu
lar prices a: the
1706 Second Avenue.
' Aint She a Jewel?
If you want a watch or a weddtnar
Tiug. Mlvcrfaxe or novelty, you will bod
a complete) assortment at lKckmaa
(.'os. We carry a full line, and prices
to auit all class of trade, hitfh priced
and low priced, and all foods worth
every cent of money represented. We
fceli to everybody, as we want all our
tow nspeople for our customers. Try
F. J. DICKMAN d? CO.
1704 Second Avenue.
1 1 -' yps tit
: . .
MEN AND WOMEN
which we were able to buy mem.
- r exist,
We sav that thi se shoes
be n fault
others ii"t mentioned.
make up the
will appeal to every shoe wearer,
05 a Pair.
p lirs of w..iuen s l'la-k oxfords.
i.,d upper- ani eio'.li U i 1 tup-.
. just une lia.f rejfilii'' price.
$1.65 a Pair
i pulr-i f vvouifn s til ik kid uies
.- :ii.d i.'.itinn. with k l 1 ps. l.ii.
l:ilie mare Ibau orie-lialf regular
JS Cents to $2.25.
pair-, boys' ,irj! vo-ithV ?xijoes.
U and lan. is a little more tbim
L ii r ri-ifular pre'e.
$1.98 a Pair.
3 7' j.airnif wouien's Mack kid. Ia"'e
Iti.d liutt 'Hi sboeH. itb t id aiid patent
Jea'lier liO. bniifl am! tia'row t-es.
oper a ami mili,.a'v le.l-; I I -si. les iu all.
sujiaili- f.r ilrc-sa or st i -et ut-ar.
f ; l.'S i-, I. tiii- iijore Itjiu oue-tjlf rej'ilar
$2.35 a Pair.
Meii'stan ii:id ilaek lmv ivk'f. lae
shin--, i'li iloui'le .inil viiu'ie sole.
dn.i and leattier Jiiiinirs. Shot-, to Hi t
e.rv Iftsteand lit everv fo il, "it and
are iti r.-ulsr pri-e ofihtse
-Iiol-s. iceluilin .lie Ket'ent t? f.
be Manufactured Today
Wedueitday mul Saturday Kvfciilnen.
A GOOD BIG LOAF OF
AVeighing lt ounces to the
loaf, either home-made Vien
na or whole wheat. Why
buy 1' ounce cheap bread
when you can get KUELL Sc
PERFECT HOME MADE
Weighing 10 ounces for les9
money. Our bread is made
from highest grade Hour, that
will give vou more nourish
iuent for the moneythan you
an gtt iu anv bakerv iu Rock
1-land; we are selling it at 5e
and ii is for sale in all the
groceries. Our bread is sujer
ior in iuaiity, delicious
in its lightness and tine llavor,
and palatable enough to make
a meal on -at any time.
KRELL & MATH,
Phone 1156. 1718-1718 Second Ave.
The Rock Island Spends an Aver
age of S200.000 An
nually. ORDERS SIXTEEN SHORE fc&LDWINS.
Will loit SIO.OOO Apiece and Are to Ke
Delivered In April for Service on the
Iowa Uttislon Settlement With Fire
man NeUwanger ICeport to Clinton
Urldge Uenled-Itatlway Note's.
The Hock I-Iand sjiends on an av
erage of f20J.0Ui annually in the
iiiuintenance and imprnvement of its
motive power. The company now
has .WJ engines in commission. The
company has ordered built 1 0 Jiald
win loeomotives at a cost of $10. GOO
each for delivery next April. They
wiil be lo-wbeelers. and will be put
into service on the Iowa division.
Ten witth engines are also in course
of construction. The average period
ofan engine's usefulness is 2vi or 30
years, at the end of which time thev
are sold as scrap iron. An average of
20 engines are discarded by the Hock
Island every year.
In the dist rict court at Davenjiort
a paper w tiled worth $tf.l.r-0 to J. 1$.
Neiswanger, tlieC, It. 1. Vc P. lireman.
who was so badly injured in the head
end collision of freight trains near
Wiitou. in November, lh'.ts. It will
be remembered lhat Neiswanger, who
lives in Davenport, was injured by
jumping from his cab al about the
lime of the collision, and striking his
head, it was supposed, upon the rail
or a tie. His life hung in the balance
for a fortnight or more, and after his
removal to his home his recovery was
slow and accompanied by defective
sight sihd mind. This has gradually
passed away and he is getting into
good shape again. The papers tiled
for J dge IJ jllinger's approval show
lhat the C. B. I. V l railway com
pany agrees to pay Neiswanger
jfti.l'iO, and all his medical and surgi
cal expenses accruing since his in
jury, in disehargeof his claim against
i he company, on aceount of the ac
cident. The report that the Northwestern
has given the Turlington notice it
cuinot longer use the hri-ige at Clin
ton is discredited by Division Agent
II. D. Alifk, of the 15iirlinton, who
states it is his understanding the
mads are cijual owners iu the bridge,
and that the Northwestern would
hae to acquire the other half inter
est before it could shove the Uurliug
ton aside, and it is hardly likelv. that
the "ti ." would tell out."
Along the Trark.
William Kitzsiininons is hustling for
Arthur ftrant, a brakeman on the
liock Island, is sick.
Engineer Dennis Haves is btck to
work at the C. K. I. & 1
William Cameron, coai-h cleaner at
the liurlington, has resigned.
Waiter Hrunwig has bjen added to
the liurlington roundhouse force.
V. T. Msgan, travelingfreight agent
of the Eii?. was in the city yesteulav.
Conductor li. Frew, of theC., U I.
V- 1.. is reported under the weather.
lirakeman Harry Saunders is run
ning passenger on the lioek Island.
lirakemen C. .Johnson and J. Maher
are among the sii-k on the liock Isl
and. Fireman F. Newmire. of the liock
Island, who h:n liecu sick, is again on
Engineer (ieorge Cockran, of the
liock Island, is running eiviue No.
Fireman N. Callahan is the "col
l:er"' on engine No. 802 on the Kock
The Burlington has reduced the
fare from litre to Clinton from $1.29
to $1 12.
Fireman II. Matiee. who was hurt
in a fall in the liock Island yards, is
again at work.
A. 15. Hudson is serving as flagman
for the Burlington at the Nineteenth
Engineer M. Hanford is back to
work at the" Rock Island after a
2-wi cks' illness.
Conductor Charles Frew has re
turned from Chicago and is again on
his rnn on the liock Island.
Harry Barber, day caller at the
liock Island. i sick, "and his place is
being tilled by Tommy Quinn.
Engine No. 813, of the Kock Island,
is again under t he care of her former
masier, John Daly, who has been
Joseph Ames, brakeman on the
Rock Island, has gone to Denver to
accompany home his sister-in-law,
who has been in the west for her
W. C. 1'ugh and Miss Elinore Pugh
have resigned their positions as col
lector anil abstract clerk respectively
at the Roi k Island freight ollice. and
have gone to &t. Jcseph. Mo. They
are succeeded here by James Collins
and Miss Winnie MeAuliffe.
A stel bridge is to supplant the
iron bridge at Barber's creek, tear
Pork Byron. It is understood that the
Milwaukee will install steel structures
over all streams between Rock Island
and Savanna. Tee road has also been
laying heavier rail above here, which
looks as though there was to be some
change in train service.
It would undoubtedly be a popu
lar change if the V.. K. I. Jc N W.
could have its evening train for Chi
cago leae here at 11 instead of 'J
o'clock, as it would serve as an ac
commodation to parties coming- to
the tri-cities for evening's entertain
ments, still meeting the Northwest
ern connection at Clinton, where
there is now a 3-hour lay-over, and
I achieving better results all around.
J. W. Wait, private secretary to C.
C dates, treasurer of the D., R. I. fc
N. W.. was in liock Island yesterday.
He expressed himself as very much
plea-sed with the prosjects of the new
road. He also spoke of tne likelihood
of a connection being made with the
Omaha, Kansas City & Eastern. This
road and the Omaha & St. Iouis and
the Kansas City. Pittsburg & Culf are
all in the control of the interests that
the (iates jieople represent.
I AMUSEMENTS. J
Prof. Vernon, the hypnotist, gave
an instructive explanation and deiu
onstration of that mystifying science
at Harper's theatre last night. Prof.
Vernon is a thorough master of his
subject, as is shown bv his intelligent
discussion thereof. His lecture pre
ceding hia demonstration is a feature
tif the entertainment. Prof. Vernon
closes his engagement here tonight.
The only American Indian actress,
(Io-Wou-io-Mohawk. who is billed at
the Burtis. Sunday, Jan. 14, furnishes
a striking illustration cf the tradi.
tional virtues of the powerful Ameri
can Indiau race, of which she is a
memlier; the almost sublime disregard
of fear, the capacity for interest,
friendships, and the bitterest hatred:
the marvelously magnetic personality,
the unrivaled physical powers, the
magnificent repose of manner, and
thai curious suggestion of power, the
possession of whieh has been given to
no other liviug race tosucn an extent,
all of which characterized the lordly
Mohawk warriors, is accentuated in
this Indian woman wh has chosen to
depart from the romantic customs of
her fathers and take her place iu tne
world of commerce and creeds. I. ike
her forefathers, Miss Mohawk has the
spirit of adventure largely developed
within her. Finding no other field of
action better suite I to her taste and
ability. Mis Mohawk therefore de
cided to adopt the stage. She wrote
the play she ligures in, "Wep-Ton-No
Mali, the Indian Mail Carrier." She
impersonates a male character all
through the play, and her delineation
of the part is so perfect that her sex
is often doubted.
The greatest and most successful
repeater" last season and the season
be f -j re that ever eame from New York
was the New York World's famous car
toon comedy "Iloogan's Alley," which
will appear at Harper's theatre to
morrow night, and it was the heaviest
money maker also. In all the cities
where it played it succeeded in coin
ing money for its lucky managers.
Joe Flynn, whose name has been a
household word for years as the writer
of "Down Went Mctiinty" lame, is
surrounded by a carefully selected
company and brains and money have
not been spared in order to make this
the farce coined v hit of the season.
'IF YOU COULD HEAR"
All the experiences I have been at
some pains to investigate, you would
put a warning in the largest type on
the boxes of tirape-Nuts and beg (?)
consumers to limit themselves to the
amouitt mentioned in the directions.'"
True you do say "Grape-Nuts food
is condensed; eat but three or four
heaping teaspoons at a meal;'' but the
food seemed to till such a long felt
want, and every one found it so deli
cious, either alone or iu combination
with some other material, that, over
looking the small type announcement
of its being condensed, they have
eaten too much, and when the bidy
is repeatedly given more food than it
can use, even if that food be most de
licious, there is a natural revulsion,
and the long-looked-for and valuable
food is laid aside.
T advise persons who have had this
experience to put Grape-Nutson their
menu again and eat never more than
four teaspoonsful at a time. Then
one gets the powerful rebuilding
stivngi.li of the food and looks forward
with zest to each coming meal. It
has been a great blessiog to our fam
ily." Mrs. W. P. Baker, Los Angeles,
Yes, August Flower still has the
largest sale of any medicine in the
civilized world. Your mothers and
grandmothers never thought of using
anything else for indigestion or bil
iousness. Doctors were scarce, and
they seldom heard of appendicitis,
nervous prostration or heart failure,
etc. They used August Flow
er to clean out the system and stop
fermentation of undigested food, reg
ulate the action of the liver, stimulate
the nervous and organic action of the
system, and that is all they took when
feeling dull and bad with headaches
and other aches. You only need a
few doses of Green's August Flower,
in l'quid form, to make you satisfied
there is nothing serious the matter
with you. Sample bottles free at T. II.
Kheamatlam Cored In a Day.
Mystic Cure for Rheumatism and
Neuralgia radically cures in 1 to 3
days. Its action upon the system is
remarkable and mysterious. It re
moves at once the cause and the dis
ease immediately disappears. The
first dose preatly benefits. 75 cents.
Sold by Otto Grotjan, 1501 Second
avenne. Rock Island; Gnstave Scnle
gel & Son. 220 West Second street,
Accidents come with distressing
frequency n the farm. Cuts, brnises,
stings, sprains. Dr. Thomas" Eclectric
Oil relieves the pain instantly. Never
safe without it. For sale "by Mar
shall & Fisher, druggists.
Arnold's Bromo Ceierj cores head-
uliiK in &n4 AH rAna Rslii
OFFICERS OF SHILOH.
Command ard Relief Union Have
a Joint Installa
tion. CEREMONIES IU BESELIN'S HALL.
Kleet Are Inducted by lien. J. It. Mjrran
anil Mrs. Bull Morgan. Senior Natloual
Vice Prealdrnt IslanU City Camp of
XVooUuiru anil Kajal Neighbor Also
A joint installation of oflicers-elect
of Stiiloh Command No. 2, Union Vet-
erans' union, and the Woman's Relief
u Dion of the command, was held last
night at Beselin's hall. Geu. J. B. Moi
gan. of Moiiue, conducting the cere
monies for thvi command, the officers
of which are:
Colonel B. II. Cook.
Lieul en ant-Colonel William Bled
soe. Major John II. Reeves.
Surgeon (ieorge Allen.
Chaplain K. M. Wilcox.
Oilicer of the Day Calvin Harson.
Quartermaster .1. E. Hodges.
Adjutant B. M. Ells.
Mrs. Belle Morgan. senioV national
vice president, was installing otlieer
for the Relief union. The officers are:
President Mrs. Rhoda Ells.
Senior Vie President Mrs. Wil
Junior ice 1 resident Mrs. George
Secretary Miss Anna Reafsnider.
Treasurer Mrs. Anna Maxwell.
Chaplain Mrs. J. M. Burns.
Conductress Mrs. Martha Meanor,
Inside Guard Mrs. Augusta Gor
Outside (iuard Mrs. Brbara South.
Refreshments were s rved at the
conclusion of tho installation, after
which there was dancing, Mi'seh's or
chestra furnishing music.
IaIhimI city Caiap.
The intallation of the ollicers-elcct
of Island City camp No. :irJ. M. W.
A., occurred 1 tst night. Past Vener.
ble Consul W. C. Mauck?r conducted
the ceremonies. The oflieers are:
Consul -G. II. McKown.
Advisor Harry Johnson.
B. inker David Smith.
Clerk E. F. Hilpcnst. ll.
E-cort Clarence Pratt.
Watchman Charles Lattig.
Sentry (ieorge Petti t.
Manager (for three years) John G.
Physicians D;s. C. Barnhtrdi. E
Bradford, J. Do Silva and J. B. Burk
hart. J. E. Jackson, the district deputy,
was engaged for another je-ir.
Worthy Advisor Harry Johnson has
gottfii out a neat directory of the
The ollicers tlect of O.ikh af camp
No. liD.j, It. N. A., of South Rock.
Island, were installed at the new
Woodman hall last evening. The
ceremonies Aver! in charge of Deputy
Supreme Oracle Kate Collier, w ho was
assisted by Mrs. Mary E. Corken as
grand marshal and Mrs. I Ian n a Boll
man as grand chancellor. Tho ollicers:
Oracle Mrs Nany Gitt.
Vice Oracle Miss Nellie McKay.
Chancellor Mrs. Tillie Dunlap.
Marshal Miss Nellie Cox.
Recorder Miss Alice Strayer.
Receiver Mrs. .Jennie Devoc.
Inner Sentinel Mrs. R. Norris.
Outer Sentinel Miss Nettie Ailes.
Manager Mrs. R. White.
Following the installation refresh
ments were served and several hours
whi!td away in dancing.
Commencing Monday, Jan. !S, 1900,
through sleeping cars will be run
every day between Chicago and Rock
Island on the Davenport, Rock Island
& Noith western railroad:
Leave Rock Island U:00 p. m.
Leave Davenport 9:20 p. m.
Ariive in Chicago 7:05 a. in.
Leave Chicago 10:30 p. m.
Arrive in Davenport 7:45 a. m.
Arrive in Rock Island.. . . b:0O a. m.
Space will be reserved for Rock Isl
and passengers. Apply to W. K.
Jaffray, city passenger agent, 1803
Passenger trains arrive and depart
from the R. I. & P. depot, -foot of
Million tilven Awa".
It is certainly gratifying to the pub
lic to know of one concern in the land
who are not afraid to be generous U
the needy and su-fferins-. The nronri-
etorsof Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption, Coughs and Colds have
given away over ten million trial bot
tles of this great medicine, and have
the satisfaction of knowing it baa ab
solutely cured thousands of hopeless
cases. Asthma, bronchitis, hoarse
ness and all diseases of the throat.
chest and lungs are surely cured by
it. Call on Itartz & Lllemeyer, drug
gists, and get a free trial bottle.
Regular size iiO cents and $1. Every
bottle guaranteed or price refunded.
Phelp's "4-C" Cough, Cold and
Croup cure is guaranteed. It cares
chronic cases. It is out of the old
rut. For asthma and all other lung
troubles take "4-C." The Harper
Half the ills that man is heir to
come from indigestion. Burdock
Blood Bitu-rs strengthens anl tones
the stomach; makes indigestion im
possible. For sale by Marshall &
Tna K,r.J Ytj lia-e Bsrst
January Clearing Sale of
Jackets, Capes, Suits, Waists.
think almost. We don't intend that the pi ice shall interfere with
the sale of any garment. Read that again please.'
Trimmed Hats at Half Price.
THE BEE HI VE
114 West Second Street, Davenport.
The Davenport; Rock Island &
Northwestern Railway Co.
Was opened for freight traflic Jan. 1. l'.fOo. Commencing Mon
day; Jan. t. passenger service will lie inaugurated. Time
cards will be liberally distributed, and may be had from
agents. A share of your pitronage is solicited. Mark and
consign your freight via the D.. R. I. iV N. XV. Railway, "Tri
Citv Route." The direct line to and from all points East, West
For information regarding rates, service and points reached
by the new line apply to loal freight agents, or L. F. BERRY,
G. F. & P. A., Davenport. Iowa.
Location of Freight Stations.
Davenport. Iowa, foot of Perry
Rock Island. Ill, foot of Seventeenth
'Clinton, la, C. & S. XV. railroad
Furs Must Go.
The Old Fashioned Pumps
t. i i i
Sock Island, 111.
Incorporated Under the
Mojcei Loaned Oj Personal Collateral Or Rkal Kstatk Secctkitt.
I. M. Euford. President.
John Crutiaugh, Vice President.
P. Oreeoawaii. Casbler.
Began busfnen July 2, 1M0. and occupied
S. E. comer of Mitcneli
- aew building.
We shall say but very few worrls about this
sale. The significance of it all is too apparent.
We have an immense stock of these things:
Jackets, cajes, suits aud waists, and the time
has come to clear them out at whatever they
will fetch. We have gone through the entire
stock, looked at every garment, the price it
was marked, what it costs ns. ask ourselves
why it hasn't sold, and then with a pencil we
have answered three cjuestions by putting alow
enough price on it to get it taken away quickly
by whoever first sees it with an admiring eye.
It is impossible to describe them. You all
know what to expect. Handsome, stylish,
shapely, well-titting garments.
Of one thing you may be sure, tho prices are
very, very low now, lower than we care to
Davenport, Iowa, Perry street de
pot. 212 Brady street.
Rock Island. 111., Rock Island Jt
Peoria depot, Twentieth street, 1H03
Clinton, C. & N. XV. Railway.
Fifteen Per Cent Off.
Are rapidly being replaced by
pumps of modern construction
We make a specialty of this sort
of work, and want to furnish
estimates to everybody. We
have special facilities and we can
afford to give special terms.
112 West Seventeenth Street,
Sa vlngs Bank
Four Per Cent Paid on
H. S. Cable. Wm.WUinertoB
, John I'r-Jbaugb, 1'fiU Mitchell,
II. V. Hull. U Slnwn,
K. W. Hurtl, J. M. liuford,
Solicitor J&ckaoa and Hunt.