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THC ABBUB. WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBEii 23. 1898.
$25,000 WORTH Dry Goods Altit lie SoldJItiring (he Next Thirty lays. We will close out the above named amount of Summer (ioods Regardless of Cost. We ari overstocked, and must sell the goods now while they are in season, to make room for new Fall ar.d Winter Goods. Everything Marked Away Down. During this sale we are Cutting Prices to Pieces Regardless of cost. Fine quality goods are reduced to prices on a level with the regular prices of inferior goods. A visit to our store will convince anyone that our reductions are far greater than ever offered before. KLUC-HASLER Dry Us CO. 217 and 217)4 West Second St., Davenport. That it has taken time and study and wjrk to produce Shoes worth your buying at prices fair for you to pay? Think it over. Think this over, too that descriptions are cheaper than material. Be sure the shoes you buy are as good as you're made to believe they are. Our ccw fall styles are In. Ladies' shoes of any grade, and some wear-resisters for the children that are worth your while to buy. 50 cr f Cr-?$Y2 J 704 Second Ave. we Lean in For Gentlemen. TIu cul repreept4 our ltet rnilu)'tinn. trilli fuller nt the tne than the narrow, where com tort i assured. Our lt Calf taks the la1. Ix.t we !. have them in thn ihe.tper grades. o v -- v. ADA MP AsiueO - . - j OF All Widths and Sizes This cut represents nur Y.Minp Men's ahoe io IUx I'aif. Enamel ami 1'atunt I catcr. We csrrr thetu !n a!l widths anil sizes. They rane io price from v , 50 R SO t) T sip m ,vrf $2.50 to $5 a pair. Our Men' Shoes are guaranteed, therefore ynU ran co risk in buying i f u. Adams Always Pleases. o. PLAN OP PYTEIANS. Big Parade to Open the Grand Lodge Meeting. ' 6UBH0UKDING CITIES TO TAKE PART Steamboat Excursion mod Trolley Patty Among the Meana of Ed jo) nit nt Which 14 to Be raroHhcd the Oatneitug of Kalgbte to He Uere Next Bfoutb. It's onlv a month now until Rock Island will have to don her beet and e prepared to entertain about two thousand Knights and ladies for a few days. The state errand lodtre meeting of Knights of Pythias opens Oct. 20, and continues to and includ ing the !.rlh. The suasions are to he held at Har per's theatre, which has been en gaged for the occasion. Loi-al Knights are laboring diligently to have matters in proper order fur the reception and entertainment of the visitors, whom it is expected will come in numbers great enough to give the city about all she can do tu accommodate them. A grand par ade is planned for the morning of the opening day. In this the lodges of Kock Island, Davenport, Moline and ether surrounding cities will participate, aside from visiting Knights. It is anticipated that no less than live thousand men will be in line. Uartield division, uniform rank, of Davenport, one of the finest bodies in that branch of the l'ythians, will act as escort t the grand lodge meeting. At the conclusion of the parade there will be speaking at Harper's theatre. An address of welcome will be made by Mayor Knox, which will be responded to by some orator from the local l'ythian rank. Then Grand Chancellor J. J. Brown, of Vandalia. will answer in behalf of the visitors. Opening of (irxml Lodge. The grand lodgu will assemble in executive session at I o'clock, when adjournment will be taken for a steamboat ride on the Mary Morton and barge up to the head of the rnpius ami down to the mouth of the Hennepin canal. Ihe second day will open with a business session and in the afternoon a special train will be taken for a visit to Kock Island arscual. In the afternoon of the third dav, which will also begin with a business meet ing, there will be an entertainment at the Tower, which will conclude with a trolley party, which will leave the Tower at 5 o'clock for Rock Inland. Tbe fourth day will be de voted to finishing up the business. inere are a O paid delegates to the grand lodge meeting. Then with the o'J ollicers, tho past chancel lors, who wi!l come hero to receive tho degree, and the wives and fami lies of all these men. and the other visitors, it is fair to oresume that the city will be a pretty lively plao for four days. The expense allowance of the visiting delegate alone is f 2O.2:0. He.neo it can be eajily realized the amount of nionev i.: .L i, i , i - . . . J wuu-n win c leu nere, io say Hom ing of the advertisement it'will be to the city. And everybody should help to make it a tiiccess. Wedded on the olt. There was a little romance at tached to the wedding of Charles O. Nelnis an. I Miss Alice Peterson, which was celebrated Monday even ing at the parsonage of the First li.iptl.-it church in Davenport. The groom, who is a clerk at the Iiur- hngton railway offices and quite well known in bicycle circles, had been boarding with the bride's mother, Mrs. A. (J. Peterson. 28f 2 Sixth avenue. An attachment sprung up between Miss Peterson and the young geiitlemau boarder. So Monday evening the couple proceeded to Davenport and had the Knot tied, noidtng their relatives and friends in total ignorance of the fact until it was announced in last evening's Ar;is. Even the bride's mother was surprised. It was a complete, yet happy surprise all around. The bride is a lovable and Cfctimahla voung lad v. Make a Note of It. People coming to Rock Uland on the ferry should make it a point to view the levee at any point, but more particularly between Sixteenth and seventeenth streets, and then take into consideration that Rock Island has a mayor who commands a salary of fl.VUt) a year and who is opposed to the city adopting every possible course looking to the im provement of that levee, even to going far enouph to ascertain the city's powers in the premises and V what source it may look for such as sistancc as is most justly due in such an emergency. feed tbe .Nertn Upon pure, rich blood and vou need not fear nervous prostration. Xerves are weak when they are improperly and insufficiently nourished. Pure blood is their proper fooM, and pure blood comes oy tating nooa s s3rsa pari'.ia, which is tbe greatest and best nerve tonic, n also builds up the whole syatom. Hood's Pii's. the favorite familv cathartic, easy to take easy to oper ate. DuiMU Drtaktag HUr. Death lurks in impure water. It breeds diseases, often in epidemic form. The first symptom is looseness of the bowels. These diseases are checked by taking Foley's Colic Care Sold by M.V. Bahnsen. buncoed byastranger. Nicholas Hertz Worked at the Kmiaclpa- tloa Picnic. Nicholas Mertz, who runs a bakery at 2106 Third avenue, was buncoed out of f 10 at the Emancipation pic nic in iiuoer s garaen yesterday af ternoon in a smooth jet simple man ner. He was walking through the grounds when two strang-rs ap- prcacnea mm. wee oi me men both fairly dressed asked him if he wuu.d be kind enough . to change a $10 bill. Mr. Mertz answered that he would if he could. So he pulled out a bill and $5 in silver and handed it over to the stranger, who in turn transferred it to his companion. The latter walked away while Mr. Mertz was debating with the other fellow about his failure to produce the ex. change money. In a few moments quite a crowd bad gathered around the two men. '"Why. 1 haven't your Euoney," pleaded the stranger. 'Search me. If you don't believe me; you lost it fairly on the bet; and mine went the same way." There was no officer around and the fellow forthwith made himself scarce. The residence of Mrs. Marv E. Crane, 1711 Sixth avenue, was burglarized of a gold watch and two gold rings last evening. Entrance was gained by prying a door open. TL- :1 . - . . t ; iuo lauiiiv was uui av mo nine. Harry 'Kaskadden, a 17-year-old lad residing in the west end of the city, who is better known as "Joco" Kaskadden, plead guilty to two charges of burglary in the police court today and was held to the grand jury in bonds of $600 on each count. "Joco" has been in trouble before. He was arrested by Chief Kizel for breaking into the old Frankliu hose house and stealing therefrom two brass lanterns, a brass torch, breaking the cap oil the en gine, etc., and also for burglarizing an unoccupied house belonging to irgn warren on fifteenth street between Fourth and Fifth avenues. At the latter place he broke tho lead water pipe and hauled it awav. Some of the plunder was found in the grass near the waterworks and more of it in a barn on Eighteenth street, young Kaskadden taking the police to where he h:td it planted. A FIRE IN SOUTH PARK t'ottaice Occupied by Alltert. Breeouer llealroyed. Fire destroved a one-stnrv fmm cottage occup'icd by Albert Beecher anu iamuv at 1W1 1-ortv-sne.nnrl street vesterdav afternoon. Th dimes broke out about 4 o'clock in the attic, where it is thought some white rats nibbled and icrnit,i matches which were lying on a table in mas portion oi me bouse. The lire department was notified, am! although Chief Johnson and his men worsen umgenuy tney were unable to reach the burning bouse with water, owing to the remoteness of the plug iu that locality, before it was nearly destroyed. The honse adjoining occup'ed by William behmalzried, was eared, but only af ter a piucay ngnt. The furniture in the burned house was all caved The cottage was owned by E. H. Guver: who sustains Lisa of ulnnt eight hundred dollars. The property was insured, however, in Walker's agency in Moline. An empty box car in the Rock Isl and yards caught lire, presumably from a spark from a passing engine, about 7 o'clock this morning and was destroyed. HOPED T6BE UNTRUE. Impression still rrevatl a to KemoTal to Valley Junction. The impression still prevails, not withstanding the assurances that have come to the contrary, that the division changes to be made west of Rock Island on the C, R. I. & P. will not be advantageous to the west di vision train men residing here, an1 every day anxious inquiry is made as to the authenticity of circulating rumors. The matter, like all others effecting railroads, however, is one the txact effect of which cannot be definitely ascertained. There are those who fear that the charge will involve the running of crews first in first out of Valley Junction, for this condition would simply mean the removal of the west division train men families from this city, and perhaps the di vision master mechanic's headquar ters as well. But this is all mere surmise. It is sinmly certain that the division terminals at Brooklyn and Stuart are to be abolish that there are to be but two divis ions in lowa, east and west of Valley Junctioj. but this is all that is known. Beyond this it is best to look on the hopeful side, and ti trust that Rock Island will pet th wt nf the contemplated change, rather than the . ... : . WUlBb Ul lb. Indigestive poisons are the bane of me ayspeptic1 hf-. When sick, sen if your sickness is caused bv indiges tive poisons. If go. take Shaker Di gestive Cordial. This is the only certain way of being permanently cured, because it is the only way that gets rid of the poisons. You know that fermented food is poison i.im. You know that poieon is un healthy. Shaker Digestive Cordial clears the stomach of fermenting food, and parities the blood and sys tem of indigestive paisons. It cares indigestion and the diseases that come of it. Headache, dizziness, nausea, stomach ache, weakness, flatulence, constipation, loss of sp. petite, irri'ability, etc. These are a few of the symptoms, caused by in digestive poisons, cured by Shaker Digestive Cordial. At druggists, price 10 cents to 1 er bottle. WEIR NOW WANTS DAMAGE Salt of the Klaa-eaaaa Aaalaat the East at el lee Cempeuy. The le?al comulication that . arisen over the disagreement be tween the Weir Plow cimnanw i Monmouth, and the East Moline company has taken the shape ol a precaepe filed in the United States court by tbe Kingmans against the "si oaoiiDe people ior fou.uuy dam ages, allcginc, it is believed, breach of contract. The East Moline company claims to be in a nosition to meet on. I n. sist all claims op the part of the aiouuiouin people oi -whatsoever kind. PORT BYRON POINTERS. Newa t.f Mbeellaaeeut character SVaa the Upper Kad af the Vnaatjr. Port Byron, Sept. 21. Miss Lizile Hobart and Miss Jeasia YAM vi.it.l friends in Clinton last week. A. J. Hollisler fchi lined twn rare r.f hogs today. Mrs. ludia Atkinson, of Beloit, Wis., is visitinir her mother. Mn A. Ellis. Miss l.ncy taw.ess is calling upon friends in town bef. ira rptnrnin.r In her school at Natchitoches I.a. Mrs. John Schall and Mi A1i; left on the Verne Swain K-.tnr.Ur evening for a visit np the river. t-naries rearsall wui teach the Hillsdale School this winter lie onm. meaced his labors this morn in". Miss Bertha Rogers, who has Iteon spending the summer with relatives -ih;iciiij, nio, came noiue last week. Louis Dow nil callincr nn Purl Hu ron friends a few days a'go. He will attend the Chicago" university the coming year. Pi'Ot. J. E. Oinner U in tnvn IT, will go to Chicago this week, where he intends taking a course of study in me university. James Newlamia. of Ppmikrlonl. has c me to reside with hie uncle. Kev. it. V . Newlands, and attend the Port ltyron academy. The renublicnn tnumshin mmmil. tees of the upper end met today to ior a grann nut.ioor meeting the second week in October. Miss Bertie Albrecht. of Klnnv City, and Mrs. George Hutchinson, of Moline, are visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Albrecht. There seems to be considerable Sickness ia thin vieillit.v at nraiuit Mrs. Fannv Fleming, E. N. Ilollister ira, mjx auu j. ii- usuorne are among the number who are quite ill. Miss Minnie Alldredge started Sat urday inornirtfT for Wheetnn 111 where she will attend school, she having received the scholarship which was awarded to the nn who stood highest among the graduate' oi me ttign scbooi nere at the last coiu uicncement. Those who attended the Joslin fair Bryan day enjojed theiutelves very much, but those who wcie unfortu nate cnonch In ellonil MrKinln. day were not so fortunate, as them were no races. Hon. W. C. Maaon railed to materialize, and there was nothill.' el-i tn ,!n tint. li - Kni in the rain; still the uniformed club irom aioudo, which started for home on foot, each tuishinir a hieielu - r through the mud. was worse off than the people from here. Our local bicycle riders have ar ranged for three-mile rmil race to come off Saturday next at i o'clock. There are fix i-nirius. The first pri.e isa rocking chair valued alt J. .'i, fur nished by A. A. Wendt: acrond priz. one dozen photographs, value f.. furnished by 1,. t;. Burcand; third pKze. one pocket knifo, by C. L. Hobart. and one watch chain by Julius Linke, value f ' fiO: fourth prize, one pair gloves, by John Zuber, value (I 0. Auk for a Keeelevr. Joseph P. and Nina Anient, who have been conducting Johnny Jones' Second hand store for tho past few months, today made application in the circuit court for the appointment of a receiver for the concern. Mr. Jones says th&t he made a contract with Mr. and Mrs. Anient for the turning over rf the business to them when they had made a certain num. ber of payments. But they failed to do this, he says, and have adopted this course to secure tho amount which they have investcj. Jones is in possession of the store. IMit Vou Kr Try try Electric Bitters as a remedy for your troubles? If not, get a bottle now and get relief. This medicine has been found to be particularly adapted to the relief and -n re of all Female Complaints, exerting a won derful direct influence in giving strength and tone to the organs. If you have loss rf appetite, constipa tion, headache, fainting spells or are norvous, sleepless, excitable, melan choly or troubled with dizzy spells. Electric Bitters is the medicine you need. Health and strength are guar anteed by its use. Large bottles only 60c at Hartz St L'llemcyer's drug store. Silver MrB Attention. 1'he regular meeting of the Rock Uland Bimetallic nnion 2009 will be held at the Bryan beadauarters fept. 24. at 8 o'clock p. m. All friends of the movement are invited. Good speaking. E. II. (iLvtu, Pres. E. 11. Tnoei'jos,, Sec. 1 as fl Tea Tear Uoarwte-ISM. I will replace free all work that I have done during tie past 10 Tears that is not satisfactory. (i. M. Kabcock, 1725 Second avenne Subscribe fur Tat Abocs. fall Styles low In. Prices Lower Than Ever DOLLY Spot Cash Shoe Store Here at ffome YOU CAN PROCURE THE Liquid Malt Food THE well known product of the CHICAGO BREW. 1 ING COMPANY that l.as become a justly pop ular in building np the yetm. It in a -tieentrald extract of select Malt and Hops and givs almost miraculous assistance to cxiuvalesnts, nursing mothers, etc. The rhicrago IlreulngCoV. Holt le1 Ilcer has also made a reputation for Itself and aa he or. deied from the local branch telephone IS'.G. S. lT lS, Manager. Nineteenth St. and First Ave. THE POPULAR SUBJECT lEiaiEIE te.!11 coinage. Our 72k .ee a 1 J SW 1 I - A. aT t guiu lining: at 3i up are almost a gut. Owing to the high quality of material wc use in our plates we could not afford to make them for $6. The price is now $8 Bridarc work, the mret rtrn. tific and modern way of replacing teeth. ai one-nau price. $5. We extract teeth positively painless with an application to the gums no gas, ether, chloroform, consequently no danger. For a short time wc will present our patrons with a tube of tooth paste of our own make, guaranteed absolutely pure. All our work guaranteed for ten years. Come and see us. Consultation and examination free. New York Dental Parlors, DR. UHJeCR, Proprietor. 115 East Third street, .... Davenport, la OUR AUGUST SPECIAL We will refund cash for 20 miles railroad fare on all bills of $5 or over for one month. Wrisley's Old Country & 66 Soap BOTH QUASTITYASD QUALITY. iobit at. raaiDOSi. pjinxnoxj 2 XSOIJ Painters and Decorators FATX2 BAzrazxis, CeUsttxanu. tt. BROS; $07 Twentieth stieet WK HAVE BOTH Free Silver a Gold Our silver fillings at 50c are Wtrf'ri m nra t kin ar11lks Ma-Til gold crowns at $5. and our We do this work 55 SOLD BY ALL DEALERS. usr sv rsBtvoa