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Lest lard at Gilmore't.
Try Shield for hay, corn and oat
Note V. C. Mancker's new price
Shredded wheat biscnits at Brown
cr & to s.
Rolled oats 20 pounds for 25 ceats
i ooieiaa .
Ask Browner & Co. for shredded
see Mancker's strong talk on
prices in anoiaer column.
The celebrated shredded wheat
biscnits at Browner & Go's.
Xote W. C. Maucker's new prce
usi ana compare tbem with others.
Twin-City club dance at Roche's
nail every Saturday night 25 cents.
The oflicers-elect of Camp 309. M.
W. A., will be installed tomorrow
Don't forget The Abols want col.
nmn. Its results are sure and far
Fresh Columbia river salmon.
whitefiah, fresh codfish and smelt at
. 'What! 20 pounds of rolled oats at
Shields' for 25 cents! Are they
jfoou.- suouia say so."
The sta;e of water at the Rock
Island bridge this morning was 2:30
and falling; the temperature 34.
fleorge V. Ilizson, a former Rock
Island resident, was run down by a
train at ADingaon recently ind
Commissioner T. J. Medill went to
Springlield last evening to attend a
meeting of the Western Insane hos
Miss Rose's concert, in which tri-
city musical people are so much in
terestrd. occurs at the Burtis, Haven.
port, tomorrow evening.
Tenderloins, sparo rits, pork loins,
sansnge meat, pi-;' feet ami leaf lard
at J. S. ;i!more' pork house. Six.
teentb street and Firit avenue.
The season of active operations is
now on at J. S. ti!niore's packing
nouse. 2i mi'n being employed, and
2X hogs were disposed of to'day.
The I.ailies' Io!utrial Relief so.
ciety will hId its monthly meeting
in the rooms in No. I school build
ing Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
Camp 1.W . M. W. A., will have a
public installation of its oflicrrs next
Tuesday evening, when a banquet
ml entertainment will also bo given.
It is becoming an acknowledged
fact Hint advertising, original and
well displayed. Is as necessary to the
life of business as oxygen to the
Two men engaged In transferring
the mail across the Mississippi at
Keokuk yesterday are reported to
have gone throngh the ice and
Is that right? Shields is soiling
20 pounds of rolled oats for 5 cents?
I dun't sire how he does it. but then
you can't tell what ho will do when
he begins cutting prices."
The new factory committee is still
on the move and still meeting with
encouraging responses to 'Solicita
tions for subscriptions. The hust
lers aro now putting in the finishing
Dr. S C. Plummer has a letter
from ir. Joseph Do Silva at New
Orleans, in which he says bis wife's
mother, by whoso dangerous illness
they were called from Rock Island,
has greatly improved.
Frank Mousley, the Rock Island
engineer, residing at 2817 Fourth
avenue, is suffering with a scalded
right hand. In opening the frost
cock on his engine Tuesday the
steam and heat exploded with such
force as to catch his hand before he
could draw it away.
The Moline Dispatch today pur
chased a 2-story brick building with
dimensions of 20x54 feet on Library
street, that city, of E. A. l'erricn,
with a view to remodeling it for a
model newspaper oflice. which will
be equipped with new press and
other modern improvements.
Alex Anderson, of the circulating
department, is center ox a bright
faced group of carrier boys which
adorns the calandar which the Dav.
enport Democrat issues this year.
Anderson wears that proverbial
smile that characterizes his features
about the time he is to make a
Bishop William Stevens Terry, of
Davenport, is to lecture at Moline
tonight on the -1'assion I'lay," the
dircourse to be illustrated with
stercopticon views by Dr. Radenhou
sen. A number from this city will
attend, realizing that the subject
will be most ably and thoroughly
The stone work on the first story
of the court house building was com"-pi-
ted yesterday. This ends opera
tions as far as the stone work until
spring. Today will wind up the
, brick woik for the season and an.
other week at placing the steel, and
the first story will be covered until
the opening of next season.
The will of the late John Hose was
admitted to probate in the connty
court yesterday afternoon. It was
made Nov. 15." JS. and provides
that all of deceased's personal and
real property, consisting of a lot in
Rodman s addition and notes reprc
senting about tlOO. shall lie equally
divided between his relatives in Ger
many. Ta XoMca.
Taxes arc now duo for ISM and
payable at the county treasurer's
ofKce, court house building. Bring
last year's tax receipt.
William Baexr, Collector.
DON'T FORGET THE LEVEE
While the Coancli U Foahlog Farias; Bar
Lat JTnt This Slip.
"I see the council is planning fur
tner paving extensions without in
eluding the levee," remarked a bust
ness man last evening while in par
ticipation in the conversation of a
little group ol citizens. '-Now, why
is this? A few weeks ago the conn,
cil was apparently with one accord
for the levee improvement. Plans
were ordered and estimates made.
and it began to look as if the alder-
men were in earnest. Now. in mv
opinion, the policy of the city in the
past uas ueen to ao one tiling at a
time and do thatiwell. There is an
unfinished undertaking on Twelfth
street to be sure, but we believe that
will come up all rizht and be at
tended to as soon as the courts pass
upon it, out next to it comes the
levee. We are all counting on see.
ing the river front improved this
year, and it should receive attention
before any branching out is done in
other directions. The long existing
disgrace there should be removed
and the improvement which all our
ousiness men have united in appeal
ing for provided. Say to the alder
men, 'Do not forget the levee. "
And the others present said, "Aye,
FOR SPOT CASH.
Maacker Tells What It W1U do at
Pillsbnry's best floor, per sack.
Woodmen's choice Hour, per
Best Kanshs wheat flour, per
Buckwheat Hour, per sack
Graham flour, per sack
Rye flour, per sack
Kye meal, per sack
Santa Claus soap, 7 bars for. . . .
(loss soap, 7 bars for
Climax soap, H bars for
I'earl soap, 8 bars for
2-glIon pail syrup
l.i-pound pail jelly
10-pound pall jelly
50-pund can lard $
Navv beans, per quart
Dried peas, per quart
tieaa rice, per pound
Rolled oats, 4 pounds for
Id Dust, per package
.Maucker's Cream baking pow
der, per pound
Lemons, per dor.en
. C. MAttKEi:.
Corner Fourth Ave. Seventeenth
coi n r i Hin.urNU.
-Cornelius Donovan ct
Charles Rahn. lot 8. block 3, Bailey
Davenport's First add.. Rock Island.
Levi Waterman and Henry Her
man to Rock Island Brewing com.
panv, part lot 8, block 27, old town
of Moline, 4.000.
Louis Rosenthal to Gottlieb Die-
rolf, lot 7, block 71, Chicago or
Lower add., Kock Island. $700.
Ludwig Suseniihl to Marr Miller.
ot 10, block 48; lots 6 aad 7, block
46, and n.l lot 8. block 52, Chicago or
Lower add.. Rock Island, 500.
Jacob Starr by heirs to R. R. Ca
ble, lot 3, block 15, Chicago or
,ower add., Kock Island, $3,750.
8 Sarah C. Crosbv et al to John
Konosky, lots 4, 5, 6." 7 and 8, block
29, town of Watertown, $60.
Monroe Swank to Sarah L. Smith.
tract by metes and bounds, se 17,
1. L'e, $a.
Licensed to Wed.
8 Jonathan P. Laurherv. Moline.
Miss Grace Dudley. Rock Island.
Carl James Schwertfeger. Miss
Minnie E. Harden. Muscatine.
Bert lion ham, Miss Annie Hazzell.
Miss Mary Vogel. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Jacob J. Vogel, 2732 Eighth
avenue, uiea this morning after a
protracted illness with bronchial
troubles. She was aged 20 years.
The funeral will occur from St.
Mary's church Saturday mornin
and tho remains will be taken to
Rapids City for interment.
flpeclat Cloak Hale for Friday.
Your choice of any jacket or cloak
in our stock worth from f 16 to f 25
for $10 Fridav only. This line in
cludes plushes. Bouclay, and ontv
the latest style garments. W e have
determined to close the entire line
regardless of cost or value.
Xovwniber Coal Market.
Anthracite coal delivered per ton$7.50
Indiana Block $4.f0
La Sallo $3.00
All hard coal carefully screened.
E. G. Frazer.
Generally fair weather and warmer
today and Friday; light winds, pre.
vailing southwesterly. Today's tem
F. J. Walz. Observer.
Keeping His Oath.
A man in Iionrpes is still wearing
the liK nso he had on when the Prus
sians entered France. He swore that he
would never wear another and by means
of patches has kept his oath. The town
council has offered him 100 francs for
it for the town museum.
Parsley eaten with vinegar will re
move the unpleasant effect that onions
have on the breath.
Look ont for colds at this season.
Keep yourself well and strong by
taking Hood's Sarsaparilla, the great
tonic and blood paritier.
Brings comfort and improvement and
tends to personal enjoyment when
rightly used. The mcny, who live bet
ter than others and enjoy life more, with
less expenditure, by more promptly
:xne the world s best products to
is of nhvsical betas?, will attest
the value to health of the pure liquid
laxative principles embraced in the
remedy, Syrup of Figs.
Its excellence is due to its presenting
In the form most acceptable and pleas
ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly
beneficial properties of a perfect lax
ative ; effectually cleansing the system,
dispelling colds, headaches and fevers
ana permanently curing constipation.
It has given satisfaction to millions and
met with the approval of the medical
profession, because it acts on the Kid
neys, Liver and Bowels without weak'
ening them and it is perfectly free from
every objectionable substance.
Syrup of Firs is for sale by all drug
gists in 50c and $1 bottles, but it is man
ufactured by the California Fig Syrup
Co. only, whose name is printed on every
package, also the name, Syrup of Figs,
and being well informed, you will not
iccept any substitute if offered.
Hess Bros.1 Queen, guaran
teed as good as any flour
in the city
Dandy Patent Minneapolis
Rye, flour, per sack
liye meal, per sack
Corn meal, fresh ground..
Choice tabic pears, per can
Tomatoes, per can
Corn, per can
Rolled oats, best quality,
18 lbs for
Cocoa shelis, per lb
California prunes, per lb..
Turkish prunes, per lb
New York buckwheat, fresh
Jap tea. per lb
Y. H. tea, per lb
li. r. tea, per lb
Best Japan tea dust, per lb
Remember f.vprrthinr, ;
fl just as represented or money
All odds and ends
To be closed out
Regardless of cost.
We shall inaugurate a
Where you are sure
to find some kind of
a bargain to suit your
CUT PRICES ON
Williams' & Rogers' Book
keeping - - - - $1.25
History ----- 85c
You can save 25 per cent by pur
' chasing all your school books at
C. C. TAYLOR'S
1719 SECOND AVENUE.
THURSDAY, JANUARY 9, 1856.
Barney & Berry's
GET YOUR SKATES ON
1615-1617 Second A?enue.
That is all Bread
IS KRELL &
It is fast being recognized and
called for by everybody. It is
made from the beat flour and by
the latest process known to the
bakers' art. It is of fine grain,
rich in flavor and chuck full of
nutriment. We have the only
bakery in the city, and you will
say so if you will but call and
see it, and your only expression
will be: well I can eat with a
relish any article of bakery
goods made here.
Take a Bite of
Krell & Math's Candy.
It is delicious when your sweet
heart actual or prospective
opens a box of our confections
sent her by you. The answer to
the question, how to get married
is: Send her a box of candies
Krell & Math.
P. S. Try a few yourself.
Phone 1156. 1716-1718 Second Av.
Children's suits reduced
Men's overcoats at $2.98
Boys' Suits and Overcoats.
- Big reductions in boys' suits and overcoats.
Mclntyre-Reck Dry Goods co.
JANUARY CLEARING SALES
Continue this week with a vim and vigor which show
our determination to reduce stock thousands of dol
lars. Prices reduced so much as to make it worth
your while to buy now. Tuesday morning we will
tell 60 black fur Muffs, worth 75c, at 10c; 25 child's
short Coats, Angora trimmed, worth $1. at S9c; 50
flannelette Wrappers, stylishly made, worth up to
$1.87, at 98c; 45 ready made winter Skirts, worth up
to tl. at 50c; 60 Dress Patterns, fancy wool goods, 71
yard lengths, per pattern, 98c; 60 dozen 200-yard
Sewing Thread, per spool, lc.
Men's heavy gray winter Shirts and Drawers, worth
42c, now 25c.
Men's warmly fleeced Shirts and Drawers, were 68c,
Men's heavy gray wool Shirts and Drawers, worth
75c, clearing sale price 50c.
Lnzerne fine all wool Vests and Pants, worth $1.25
and $1.50, now 95c.
Women's tine Egyptian cotton Vests and Pants, now
39c, 33c and 25c. Equestrian tights for women have
been $1.48 to $1.87. now $1.25 to $1.49.
GOODS AND PRICES
THAT WILL STARTLE THE
Just now we are looking ever our past
year's record, but in a short time again we
will show you that you can buy Furniture
in January and February and save money.
We wi l keep up our past record not the
lowest prices for one day only, but the
lowest every day in ihe year.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN
Corner Second Avenue and Sixteenth Street.
At the M. 2 K:
to $3.25. Some of worth
to $10. About half their
of Our January Clearing Sales. Hope
and 171 1 Second Avenue, Rock
We desire your attention just a minute
to exp'ain to you that we have not expired
with the old year. On the contrary
we expect to be very much alive during
1896. We are not going to sit around and
tell hard luck stories. We are figuring cn
how we are going to show
Heavy camel's hair underwear, 19c, worth 35c;
heavy brown ribbed underwear, 25c, the 50c kind.
$t stiff hats at 99c; $1.37 for stiff hits worth $2.50.
Boots, Shoes and Rubbers.
Felt Boots at 43c. Marvel Rubbers, 85c, sold
everywhere at $1.25. Special line of men's $1.50
shoes; $2 for a $3 quality of men's shoes.
BLANKETS AND BED COMFORTS.
At these prices yon can save money by buy in"- now: '
Comforts, worth up to $1.50, now choice for f 1.18;
Comforts, S3c and up; 100 pairs cotton Blankets,'
worth 68c, now 43c: 50 pairs tine soft cotton Blankets,
worth $1, at 68c; 32 pairs heavy white Blankets,
worth $1.50, at 98c; heavv gray wool Blankets, special
Jackets and Furs.
We cut prices fiercely this week in our Cloak De
partment and you'll find bargains in plentv. 15 Fur
Capes nicely lined, have been $10 and $12.50, now
$6.69; 20 Fur Capes, elegantly lined, wide storm col
lars, worth $18.50, $22.50 and $25, now $14.62.
New lots of Women's Stylish Jackets at clearing
sale prices. 30 Jackets, worth $6.50. your choice
$498; 20 new Jackets, good value at $8. now $5.98.
and other special values at $9.98 and $12, worth $13
Infant's long Cloaks of Cashmere, lined and pad
ded, embroidered cape and skirt, worth $1.25, now
Cashmere long Coats warmly lined, embroidered
Cape and Sleeves, worth $1.50, at 98c.
12 dozen black Cashmere Mittens, worth np to 25c,
any of them for 14c.
to See You.