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THE AKGI78, FUIDAY, JANUABY 24, 18S6.
Thera never wi a sight without dy,
Snt an eventnc without morning
Am an MlTniMant neviea, thej saj,
A nrignsr baslnc dawning.
Leaf lrd at Gilmore'i.
Cigars to burn the Dollj.
lresd chlckem at Long'a.
The beat broom Lee's Little Gem.
New beets and radishes at Hess
Ten cent cigar for 6 cents the
Knee pants 15 cents. Sommers &
Lettuce, parslej and soup bunches
Cars to Milan after the Bhow Sun
Drrmed chickens and turkeys at
Head "An Artist in Crime' on
Head Young & McComba' special
on another page.
Bulk and canned oysters at II.
Kx-Sherill C. D. Gordon's condition
is much improved.
Drink Cars & Ohweiler's ginger
ale and be healthy.
Plonty of turkeys and chickens at
II. Tremann's Sons'.
The Dully cigar is the latest. Try
one; you will like it.
Gossamers cheap for Saturday at
Young & McCo rubs'.
Ask your dealer for the Dolly
cigar. It will please you.
A few of those 38-cent knee pants
at 19 cents. Sommers & La Velle.
Twin-City club dance at Roche's
hall crory Saturday night 25 cents.
1'ork tenderloins, spare ribs, leaf
lard and pigs' feet at II. Tremann's
In men's overcoats sweeping re
ductions in prices. Sommers & La
Vclle. Buy your leaf lard at H. Tremann's
Sons', (iuarantccd pure kettle-rendered
Head lettuce, spinach, oyster
plant, water cress, cauliflower and
tomatoes at Hess Bros'.
Another large audience heard
Evangelist II. II. Bell at the United
Presbyterian church last evening.
The infant child of Mr. and Mrs.
and Mrs. Henry Nownck died this
morning and was buried this after
If. Tremann's Sons have received
another car of T. M. Sinclair A Co's.
choice dressed Iowa beef and provi
sions. Adds to a fellow's appearance
just the proper style corduroy vest
big selection. Sommers & La
Miss Adda Muse entertained a
small company of friends at her
apartments in tho Dimick block last
Aid. and Mrs. W. C. Maucker wel
comed a new daughter into their
home on Seventeenth street last
Fre.h dressed pigs' feet, jellied
pigs' feet, pickled pigs' feet, fresh
tripe and pickled tripo a. II. Tre
Whrelan's undertaking parlors
have been removed from :I08 Twen.
tietb street to 1 '.'.' I Second avenue,
opposite Spencer square.
Workingmen, don't miss getting a
pair of those working shoes which
the Boston is knocking out. Seeing
is believing. See them. Tho Boston.
'Are you an Attars subscriber?
No? Well then tou ought to be.
Come now, don't be woozy, send in
your name and read the paper that's
Removal shoe sale. $2.44 for
choice of our men's f.1 and 13.50 fine
shoes. Don't let them get away
from you at that price $2.48. The
The Red Star Yeast company pnt
out a handsomely decorated sleigh
today, but it could never be located
by the bell. The manager had better
trade bis ear muus lor a gong.
Removal shoe sale. Gentlemen,
all of our $5 and $5.50 shoes go to
morrow at f t and you don't want to
miss this chance. Knamels. cordo
vans and calf skins all $1. The Bos
ton. Advertise in The Aunt's It's the
paper the people read in the evening
when they have time to think over
what merchants have to sav. If
your offer is a good one it will find a
Take advantage of the removal
sale and tit the children out. Lay in
two or three pairs, it will pay you
Good shoes and low prices for 30
uays. l ne Boston
K. K. Reynolds, deputy sheriff from
urury townsbip, received tbe sad in
telligence last evening that his father
bad died at bis Urury borne. He
left his father last Monday
in tbe best of health and spirits.
Mr. Reynolds left for Muscatine last
The Messrs. Stanley, of Fall River,
Massachusetts, who . have been in
Rock I-lsnd for the past two weeks
cuying norses lor the eastern mar
ket, have secured two car loads of the
finest horses that were ever ahipped
out of Hock Island. These horses.
42 in number, weighing on an averar-e
of 1,400 apiece, have been kept in T.
P. Lartin's livery stable, which is
htted op to accommodate the Unrest
nnralxr of tine. horses that were ever
under one roof, lbe horses will till
two cars and leave this afternoon for
Kail River. They will be used for
heavy arall work
Ala . L M. Bar-d. con-nl at
ra) as; aoim, xico, enter.
tained those of the members
of the state board of equalization,
which includes Maj. Buford's
friend, H. M. Sturgeon, of Rock Isl
and, who are taking a trip to the
City of Mexico, Wednesday, accord
ing to a telegram to the Chicago
Times-Herald. Tbe party making
the trip is composed of Messrs. and
Mesdamea M M. Sturgeon, of Rock
Island; John Collier, Gibson City; E.
W. Scott. J. T. Kint. Jik-nn villa-
T. P. Pierce, Kewanee; M. Glenn.
Mattoon; C. A. Works, Rockford; M.
Baker, J. M. McConnell and W. H.
Lyford, Chicago, and Miss Lindsay.
Remit Join tba Armf.
Sheriff F. C Hemm
letter from Frank Bemis, a "former
Koclc Island county prisoner, now in
the military service at Fort Bayard,
New Mexico. Bemis, with three
young companions, Russell Allison.
Curt Miller and Charles Harmon, it
will be remembered, were arrested
in Orury township last year for
breaking into a school house. The
boys bad come over into Illinois
from Iowa, and another companion
who escaped is supposed to have
been the ring leader. But the boys
were taken up and convicted. Be
mis and Allison were chums and
their jail sentences expired about
the same time. Bemis became a
general favorite about tha jail
building, being a young, nice look
ing and apparently honest fellow.
and when his time expired he and
dis companion were allowed to mate
the jail building their home until
such time as they could secure em
ployment, in which endeavor the
sheriff agreed to assist them. The
boys remained around until last
June, and one morning they were
found missing. Nothing was" heard
of them until recently, when Sheriff
Ilemenway got a letter from young
Bemis, who said be had enlisted for
three years and proposed learning
some trade, and thanked the jail at
taches for all that they had done for
btru. lie said be had lost track of
his companion, Allison.
It's All Bight.
The stockholders of the Spring
Gulch Gold Mining company, of this
city, of which W. B. Ferguson is
secretary and C. D. Gordon treas
urer, are much gratified over the
good . showing being made by the
'lsanty, one of its nuning- proper
ties in Spring Gulch, Col., and of
wbicb the Colorado Alining Gazette
Jan. 18, has the following:
une oi tbe most protmsiD" prop
erties of the many under develop
ment is that known as the Banty. up
Spring gulch, operated by the Spring
Gulch Gold Mining company, of
Rock Island, III., a recent shipment
from wVich we understand ran over
$100 per ton. The vein is a heavy
one of gray copper carrying gold and
silver witn a good showing of galena.
The company has as yet obtained
but little depth, which only seems to
be necessary to brinz tbe property in
line with the big producers of the
camp. A contract is about to be let
for sinking the shaft 100 feet. The
company is an energetic one and
seems to be both well equipped and
its affairs well managed."
Special Hatorilajr. Jan SS. 1S90.
38-inch black French serges just
received, worth 42 cents, for tomor
row 25 cents.
250 yards 38-inch fancy novelties,
new spring shades, worth 40 cents,
tomorrow to start them 25 cents it
30-inch brown sheeting, worth 6
cents, tomorrow 20 yards for 96
Wool skirt patterns worth 87 cents,
tomorrow's sale price 50 cents.
48-inch imported French serges,
spring styles, worth up to "5 cents a
yard, tomorrow's sale price, 50 cents.
40-inch black mohair figures you
will see them later at 75 cents; tomor
row's sale price, 42 cents.
During our "Grand Sweep Sale"
we have discovered that there are
lots of remnants in all departments.
Carry them away at one-half price.
"Tha Wlrklaw I'oatman."
Here are a few of the New York
press comments on the production
of "The Wicklow Postman," to be
seen at Harper's theatre Sunday even
ing: Eugene O'Bourke is the best and
most natural Irish comedian seen
here in a long time. ' The produc
tion and company were excellent."
A consistent story, the plot is in.
teresting and situations thrilling,
Mr. O'Kourke received hearty ap
plause tnrougnout." Herald.
"Even without the cock tight 'The
Wicklow Postman' would have earned
lots of applause." Times.
COt NT Bt'lLUINU.
21 S. W. Wheelock bv commis
sioner to Grace aWheelock. lot 7,
Wheelock Place. Moline, $1,220.
J. Frank Robinson to William Me
Conochie. lots 8 and 9, block 5, lots
13 and 14. block C. and lots 9 and 10,
block 7, South Park, second add..
Rock Island, $1.
Michael Brahm to Christian Snlser,
lot 13. sej 3, 17, 2w, $665.
Licensed to Wed.
21 Theodore Kaford, Moline, Mrs
Eva Doll. La Salle.
Generally cloudy weather and
probably occasional light snow to
night and Saturday; northerly winds.
Today a temperature. 27.
V. J. Watt. Observer.
Exposure to cold, damp winds may
result in pneumonia unless tbe svs
tent ia kept invigorated by Hood's
With a better understanding of the
transient nature of tbe manv tlivs-
ical ills which vanibh before proper ef
forts gentle efforts pleasant efforts
rightly directed. There is comfort in
the knowledge that so many forms of
sickness are not due to any actual dis
ease, but simply to a constipated condi
tionof the system, which the pleasant
family laxative. Syrup of Fifrs. prompt
ly removes. That is why it is the only
remedy with millions of families, and is
everywhere esteemed so highly by all
wno value pooa ncaltn. Its beneficial
effects are due to the fact, that it is the
one remedy which promotes internal
cleanliness, without debilitating the
ortrans on which it acts. It is therefore
all important, in order to pet its bene
ficial effects, to note when yon pur
chase, that you have the genuine article,
which is manufactured by the California
Fig Syrup Co. only, and sold by all rep
If in tho enjoyment of good health,
and the system is regular, then laxa
tives or othsr remedies are not needed.
If afflicted with any actual disease, one
may be commended to the most skillful
physicians, but if in need of a laxative,
then one should have the best, and with
the well-informed everywhere, Syrup of
lgs stands highest and is most largely
sed and gives most general satisfaction.
J Hess, Bros.' Queen, guaran-
-7 tnmf OiS r.lnil A Ll naisrr 4nn a
in the city 88c
Dandy Patent Minneapolis
Rye flour, per sack 28c
Rye meal, per sack 27c
Corn meal, fresh ground.. 10c
Choice table pears, per can 10c
Tomatoes, per can 7c
Corn, per can 6c
Cocoa shehs, per lb.. 5c
California prunes, per lb.. 5c
Turkish prunes, per lb. .. . 3c
New York buckwheat, fresh 8c
Jap tea. per lb 20c
jj Y. H. tea, per lb 22c
3 G. P. tea. per lb 20c
Best Japan tea dust, per lb 9c
2 Remember everything is
fj just as represented or money
About Feb. 20 we shall
occupy tho store now
occupied by George
Kingsbury's Art Store,
and we shall sell shoes
for 30 days at
Every pair of shoes
which we can unload,
means less shoes to
move, so come early and
buy shoes cheap. ( Bar
gains in all grades.
CUT PRICES ON
Williams' & Rogers' Book
keeping - - - - $1.25
History - - - - - 85c
You can save 25 per cent by-purchasing
al your school books at
C. C. TAYLOR'S
1719 SECOND AVENUE. 1
Barney & Berry's
Skates 1 Skates 1
GET YOUR SKATES ON
1615-1617 Second Avenue.
That's what they call it and
it's a mighty fine thing.
KKFXL & MATH make it
fresh every day, that is the
reason they are selling such
quantities, and their Cara
mels are simply grand. They
are made from pure rich
cream and the best of sugar,
and to say the least they
simply melt in your mouth.
Recently made by the gov
ernment is scarcely more
insistent than that made by
the little ones of Rock Isl
and upon their parents after
a longing look at the win
dows of KRELL & MATH'S
confectionery store. The
good things there displayed
are enough to set anyone's
mouth to watering.
Krell & Math.
Phone 1156. 1716-1718 Second At.
Home mate Mince sna Apple Pier, 10
cenueioh. Try them compare them
Children's suits reduced
Men's overcoats at $2.98
Boys' Suits and Overcoats.
Big reductions in boys' suits and overcoats.
Mclntyre-Reck py Goods co.
THE BARGAIN CENTER
A Talk About Pie.
Did yon ever go to a banquet where tbe courses and dltbes consisted
or nothing bat P'C? Perhaps job tolnk HwonMirt monotonous. We're
goinc to g.ve a Pie Banquet tbl week which wont tire yon. Here are
one of oar kinds of Pie.
Muslin and Sheeting Pies.
Ton can all afford to have tii kind of Pie at these prices and fill roar
ptFRneed. The advance in all ottons ha ben so great thst it will
cost us from tb to 40 per cent more to teplace what we sell this week.
Ton are aheai ihatmnch.
Yard wide oleached and brown muslins 1,500 yards Deduce heavy
6c brown mnalin. St) arts for ft .
1 300 yard floe brown muslin. 7c qnalitr, per yard, te; 5e per bolt.
ats!ke doxea well known brands of bleached TJic and 8c muslins
Fruit and Lonsdale bleached mnslin, worth today 9c, at THe.
..c aud Be bleached mnsiios are oa aie also. If you wai,t them. At
the prices we quote itpays to buy the better good.
. Good and cbeip. Pepoerel 4Mneh brown pillow easine, 7te.
Peppensl 45-inch brown pillow casine.S;.
prkes'"'11 DnrerS' ",!,, nDUn Meetings at the following special
Blrached Ualt Bleached
--,"" Kc Kite
W-4 a ?
Try there sheetings onee and yon'il not want a better.
10 pieces bleached and brown, fall 9-4 sheeting at lSftc.
15 pieces bleached cotton (lionet, 6 yards for 25c.
For number one is always the best policy. As the winter ad
vances and spring draws near you will be thinking of refurnishing
or putting down new carpets in your house. So it is our desire
to let you know that
THEY ARE COMING
Our handsome new stock of Straw Mattings and a magnificent
line of Carpets in all the new effects are arriving daily and are
being put in place. This spring we will show the handsomest
display that has ever been attempted in the three cities. The
prices will all be
And all we ask is a chance to show you cur goods. Furniture
of all grades is being added to our immence stock, which must
be seen to be appreciated.
ALWAYS IIST THE LEAD. 1
CLEMANN & SALZMANN
Corner Second Avenue and Sixteenth Street
Atm m. & k.
to $3.25. Some of worth"
to $10. About half their
of Oar January Clearing Sale?. Hope
1709 and 171 1
Heavy camel's hair underwear, 19c, worth 35c;
heavy brown ribbed underwear, 25c, the 50c kind.
Stiff Hats. ,
$1 stiff hats at 99c; $1.37 for stiff hats 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.
Second Avenue, Rock Island, 111
Good warm Pi for this weather (0 pairs 10-4 white cotton blanket,
per pair. 45c.
SO pairs besvy grav wool b'rk ts at half value. Sec,
75 single bed comforts, now 19c
Dress Goods Pie.
Full and rich and Juicy p'ams. A few sample sltrrs:
pieces 58 -inch novelty drees goods, worth p to h5c s yard. Bow Sr.
i 84 bays a dress.
5 -Inch imported novel:y storm serge. Talus ( , at (Be SS.M buys
S pices new 1896 plaids foe school dresses at 15c tic buys ales
SO pecc Te-r pretty novelty wool goods. Iut been mostly 43c. an
sow S9c 12.10 hays a drees pattern.
Pies here, and good Pier, too. We are going to doss ott If w ear
to Siva 'era away.
Urn's hvavy fleeced shirt and drawer at SSc now 89a
Mro's heavy aray wool shin and drawrrs at SSc now 89c.
Men's heavy iery shirt end drawer at It, now 94c
Women's equestrian tittht In vnlu np to 91 85, at 75c.
Kouetrlan .lgbt in vain, upto 91.8?, at 91 S.
Child" white all wool shirts and C rawer,, worth from &7e to 95c, your
ch ire while they last. SSc.
Child's floe natural wool sh'rts and drawers at greatly reduced price.
Alwsv rood to have on hand at ibess prices:
t'hiM'. fast Mark tthbeS fleeced hose, ail sices, sow lSe.
Women's all wool black caahmere be, per pair, lac, or two fair
Cloak and Cape Pies.
Take sour pick this week from the entire atxk at $5, $7 or $18, value 1
nptn9?9 50. None reserved .
Knr capes st 8S. Sri or f 14 0 from a line ranirfai ta valve np to 93S.
Remnanta of all kinds minced together into ana pie for this sale.
to See Yon.