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THE ABO US, MONDAY, FEBRUARY IT. 1096.
Bead Adams' new ad.
Leaf lard at Gilmore's.
Buy a home of Reidj Bros.
Electric supplies at Eckhart's.
Five dollars for 93.95 at Adams'.
Shoe sale at N. F. Peterson & Co's.
Bargains in glassware at Eckhart's.
Fall line of fresh vegetable at Hess
Don't miss the book sale at Cramp
ton's. Insure your property with Beidj
A tonic for doll trade an ad in
Those line Tribune frames at
Don't miss the skating on the river
Kew 1806 laces at Mclntjrc-Reck
Co's. Read ad.
Our (5 needle toe men's calf shoes
13.95 at Adams'.
Drink Carse & Ohweiler'a ginger
ale and be healthy.
Patent leather f5 shoes for $3.95
this week at Adams'.
The council has its semi-monthly
session this evening.
Splendid skating at Davis' park on
the river above viaduct.
Men's cordovans, finest made,
$3.95 this week at Adams'.
A peep of 1296 shirt waists this
week at Mclatyre-Reck Co's
Dance at Stodd's hall Saturday
Feb. 22. Admission 25 cents.
New laues far the new wash goods
at Mclntyre-Kc-ck Co's. Read ad.
Now is the time to stock your li
brary during the book sale at Cramp
ton's. Smokers will find Sweet Moments
cigarettes to betbebest. Sold every
where. Services will be held Ath Wednes
day evening in Grace Lutheran
The Boston thoe store is being
moved today into the new location in
the Buford block..
Ask those who have used it if you
are skeptical about the value of The
Audi t want column.
Charles Buford is seriously ill at
the Misses Brvnnan's boarding hcusc
on Eighteenth street.
Attention is called to the grand
clearing eale of Young & McL'ombs1
in this evening's A nous.
The stage of water at the Rock Isl.
anl bridge at noon was 'stationary at
1.70; the temperature 29.
The revival meuts.ngs continue at
the First Baptist church, Hev. lienry
Williams preaching again tonight.
Smashing sale of glassware at Mc
Cahe's crockery department. Prices
half and quarter what you'd expect.
The ladies of the First Methodist
church will give a colonial tea with a
chicken pie supper Fridav evening,
Miss Kittie Wivill has gone to St.
Louis, where she has accepted a
good position in a millinery estab
lishment. For a tine fitting suit or overcoat
call on Krickson & Anderson, the
new merchant tailors at 119 Eigh
Big bargains for 30 days at onr
new location, across from MoUne
avenue depot. N. F. Peterson & Co.,
A splendid line of 75-cent shirt
waist, at 49 cents at Mclnt; re-Reck
Co's. Special display and sale this
week. Read ad.
We want more room for our spring
goods. Help us out and we will help
you. Shoes below cost for cash.
N. F. Peterson & Co.
The Tr'i-City Luther league will
celebrate the anniversary of Martin
Luther's death at Augustana college
chapel tomorrow evening.
The Clara Schumann Ladies' Or.
cbestra is to give a 3-nights musical
entertainment at Harper's theatre
beginning tomorrow evening.
Novelties in dress goods for '9G
600 pieces of the very newest at Me
Cabe's this week, were to be 50 cents;
in they go at S3 cents a yard.
Davis & Iteming have a new ice
rink opened in the triangle near the
bridge, where excellent skating can
be enjoyed at a nominal price.
William Moore, of Rural, who was
so cruelly assaulted by his wife last
week, is getting along nicely, and is
now believed to be out ot danger.
Do not wait and let your neighbor
get all the bargains, get a hustle on
yourself and get shoes that will wear
good, at our loss. N. F. Peterson
F. J. Lewis arrived today from
Omaha with the ofiice furniture, etc..
for his Rock IIand branch roofing
house, which will be located on First
Down they come. Shields is shak
ing the tree of high prices and the
irutis ot nis labor are fallioz in
many Rock Island homes. See his
Benjamin F. Green, 1,000 Third
avenue, full into the river at the foot
of Eighteenth street Saturday night
while under the influence of liquor.
He was rescued.
Special corset covers 25 cents, spe
cial values in drawers 4'J cents, spe
cial lots of gowns 75 cents, at Mc-lntyre-Reck
Co's. muslin underwear
i department. Read ad.
Shirt waist opening at McCabe's
Buy now. Later on factories are
rushed goods not quite o well
made as you get now. Never such a
line in tnis vicinity before.
Iho sub-district Epworth league
and educational convention closed
with an address by Dr. J. G. Evans,
of Hedding college, at the First M.
E. church yesterday morning.
The contract between the city of
Davenport and Walsh Bros., of Clin
ton, Iowa, for lighting the city for a
period of 25 years was formally en
tered into Saturday and ratified.
The Davenporter who furnished
the Democrat with the reports of the
lectures of the Taylor Brothers on
this side of the river got things
badly mixed. He put Bob in All's
shoes and vice versa.
Davenport may have a clock in its
new city hall tower. Root Island
county will have one in its newconrt
house dome if the board ot super,
visors is wise. A committee is look
irg into the matter now.
A hack man's horse ran away on
the ice near the Davenport shore
this afternoon, throwing a passenger
out and shaking him up pretty
badly. The animal then went
through the ice. but was rescued.
Mr. and Mrs. William McEniry and
children departed yesterday on a 3
weeks' southern visit. Mrs. McEniry
will visit with her parents at New
Orleans, while Mr. McEniry will go
on to Texas on a business mission.
An investigation by the proper
authorities has shown that a recent
accident in which an old lady was
badly injured, was caused by an as
fault made upon her by another
member of the family and probably
the end isuot yet.
David Fry, a switchman for the
Rock Island, residing at 1107 Twenty
ninth street, had the index and
middle Sogers of his right hand
mashed while making a coupling last
evening. Dr. PI ummer attended and
will save the fingers.
Mrs. Frank Martin (nee Mary Rose)
formerly of Rock Island, died "of con
sumption at her home in Davenport.
Sbe was the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. J. S. Rose and her age was 19
vears. She was the sister of Mrs. A.
1). Knocke, of Edgewood park. The
lunerai occurred yesterday.
The fire department was summoned
to extinguish a fire in a 1-story frame
house near the viaduct between Sec
ond and Third avenues belonging to
Morris & Lewis, this morning. The
fire broke out among some clothing
in a closet and was subdued before
any damage ensued by, a few buckets
Secretary J. P. Bailey and II. N.
Hansen are back from Princeton,
where they attended the annual con
vention of the Young Men's Chris
tian association of the Rock Island
district Saturday and Sunday. The
convention was a rousinir one and
both Messrs. Bailey . and Hansen
made stirring addresses.
J. B. Zimmcr & Co. is the style of
the new firm composed of the veter
an tailor, J. B. Zimmer, and William
Emig, la'e of 1707 Second ' avenue.
The new combination will be a
strong one in every particular. Mr.
Zimmcr's excellent reputation as a
thorough merchant tailor together
with Mr. Kruiir's up-to-date cutting
will furnish the groundwork for a
tine future business.
Capt. George Lamont has returned
from Dubuque, where among other
things he inspected the new Gem
City, which the Diamond Jo com.
pany is having constructed there.
The boat will be in readiness to
glide along the waters in the spriug
and Capt. Lamont says it will be one
of the finest crafts that ever graced
the npper river, it will ie much
larger than any of the other Diamond
Jo boats, its length being 265 feet
and its width 42 feet.
Bhlolcta' Cub Uroeerr.
Crushed Java coffee per pound. 12!.e
Lion eoflee per package..:.... 18c
Rio coffee per pound 19c
Hand-picked navy beans, per qt 5c
Dried peas, six quarts for 25c
Pears per can 11c
Peaches per can T0c
Parlor matches 3 packages for.. 25c
17 pounds of best rolled oats for 25c
Dried peaches per pound. ... 5c
Dried pears per pound Cc
Dried blackberries per pound. . 7Jc
15-pound pail jelly, all flavors. S3c
Ginger snaps pnr pound 6c
Good oyster, soda and butter
crackers per pound 5q
Freh corn meal per sack 8c
Graham flour per sack l ie
Bye Hour per sack 25c
Rye meal per sack 21c
N. Y. buckwheat per sack 23c
Small sour pickles per gal 19c
Gallon apples per can 171c
3-pound apples per can 7c
Baked beans in tomato sauce. . 5c
Brooms 10c and up
Condensed mince meat 2 pkgs 15c
Oil sardines per can 3c
Mustard sardines per can 6c
Salmon, 1-pound cans 9c
Boneless codfish per pound.... Cc
3-pound blackberries per can.. 10c
Orasres per dozen 15c
Three cans pineapples. 25c
Yours for cash.
Telephone 1217. J. T. Shields,
Fair this afternoon and tonight,
and warmer; partly cloudy Tuesday
and considerably warmer; brisk east-
terly winds becoming southerly
Todav's temperature 2t.
F. J. Waxz. Observer.
braMT Cl Marin.
Anthracite coal delivered per ton7.50
Cannel " $5.00
Indiana Block - $4.00
La Salle " . ' $3.00
All hard coal carefully screened.
E. G. Fkazer.
Children Cry fo
With a better understanding of the
transient nature of the many phys
ical ills which viinish before nroner ef
forts gentle efforts pleasant efforts
rig-htly directed. There is comfort in
the knowledge that so many forms of
sickness are not due to anv actual dis
ease, but simply to a constipated condi
tion of the system, which the pleasant
family laxative, hyrapoi 1 ip. prompt
lv removes. Thnt is whv it is the on I t
remedy with millions of families, and is
everywhere esteemed so hiphly by nil
who value pood health. Its beneficial
effects are due to the fact, that it is the
one remedy which promotes internal
cleanliness, without debilitating the
organs oa which it acts. 1 1 is therefore
all important, in order in pei lis oene
fieial effects, to note when vou pur
chase, that you have the pennine article,
i . - . i , .i
r lir Srrnp Co. only, and sold hy all rep
If in the enjoyment of pood health,
and the system is regular, then laxa
tives or other remedies are not needed.
If afflicted with any actual disease, one
may be commended tothe most skillful
Dhvsicians. but if in need of a laxative.
then one should have the best, and with
the well-informed everywhere, Svrupof
Figs stands highest and is most largely
Kcd and gives most general satisfaction.
Bargain Sale for
Hess Bros. Queen, guaran
teed as good as any Hour , K
ill l.ia ciiv oou
Dandy Patent Minneapolis
Diamond Patent Flour.. .. 78c
Mandard Tomatoes, a can. 7c
Standard Corn, per can... 6c
California prunes, per lb.. 5c
Turkish prunes, per lb.. . . 3c
Cb oice Ralsons, per lb.... 5c
Cocoa shelis, per lb 5c
Choice table peaches, a can 10c
Choice tnble pears, per can 10c
Canned Peas 7c, 8c and 9c
Hess Bros.' Cream Loaf
Baking Powder, per can . 20c
2 lb can Baking Powder... 23c
Jap tea, per lb '.. 20o
Gunpowder tea, per lb.... 20c
Young Hyson te, per lb.. 20c
Best Japan tea dust, per lb 9c
Boneless codfish 6c
Ginger snaps 5c
Navy beans. 6 quarts for . . 25c
Detersive, 7 bars for 25c
Remember evervthinir is
j just as represented or money
If you havtn't profit
ed by this sale, jou
want to treat yourself
to a pair of shoes
cheaper than you ever
owned them before.
Men, women and chil
dren; shoes for every
body. THE BOSTON
WHERE, Oil WHERE CAN I
ix butiko Mr
All to- latrt pnpolv Hid elafiral bect
More 'd Marie Bcoa -old al lbe Low
. Pr cc W. curry IM largest mnd most
comfjlete avscr.iseiil of
10 CENT Ul'SIC, BiHAIL.ll;
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C. C. TAYLOR'S
1719 SECOND AVENUE. ' '
Stoves and ;
ALL STYLES and SIZES.
None Better Every
stove aold oa posi
tive guarantee. Call
and examine the
LARGEST AND BEST
stock of Stoves in
the three cities at
1615-1617 Second Avenue.
A Cough or Cold
WE CAN CURE IT.
There is nothing bet
ter than our extra-strong
Hosrhound Squares or
La Moss Drops. We
make them of double
strength. We also carry
a full line of Package
Cough Drops, and we
have the best Licorice
And Favorite Remedy
For coughs and colds is
Licorice in some one of
its many forms. We
have it on hand in al
most any desired shape
stick pellets lozen
gers, etc., and on Rock
Candy we make a leader
' by selling it at 20 cents
pound. You know
how to make Rock Candy
good for coughs or colds!
It you do not, ask us.
We will give you tho re
ceipt. Krell & Math
Phone 1 155
No. 1716 and
Try our Home-made
Bread and Pies.
Children's suits teduced
Men's overcoats at $2.98
actual value. "
Boys' Suits and Overcoats.
Big reductions in boys' suits and overcoats.
Mc Intyre-IReck Dry Goods co.
THE BARGAIN CENTER,
First Peep of 1S96 Shirt Waists.
FRESH, dainty and new. Always nice to have a
first pick. You ran at any time buy Shirt
Waists, but the best styles come early, go early. One
point we wish to emphasise with a large E tho Shirt
Waists we handle whether at 49c, 68c, 75c, 98c. 1.25.
$1.48. f 1.75, no matter what the price, the fit is per
fect and the materials are the best obtainable at the
price. Women who wear these waists have that
dress v appearance so much to be desired with the
At 25c Soft Waists with cascaded fronts, pretty
At 49c Half dozen styles, ia value up to 75c. now
start at 49c All have the new large sleeve fall to the
At 75 Waists with yoke back, long mannish col.
lar, double link cuffs, styles yon were glad to get last
year at $1.
At 98c An immense line of elegant, perfect fitting
waists, two button; Newport collars, very fnll Bishop
'sleeves, handsome styles, percales and lawns, not a
Waist worth less than $1.25, early sale price 98c'
At fl.25 Waists of lawn, dimity and percales in
the best of styles, plain finish, or piped and inserted
effects. 11.50 and tl.75 values are at $1.25.
Many of the choicest of these styles cannot be had
later. It pays to boy early.
"Good Morning! Carpets?" Yes sir, indeed we have. Just step
this way. See those long lines of shelves, they are fairly loaded
with carpets of every grade, from Hemp and Rag to Ingrain and
Body Brussels. Just glance at those handsome patterns there are
carpets for the rich and carpets for the poor. Cast your eye over
these Gobelins, Victorias and Velvets aren't they beauties? What
richer goods would you want spread out on your floor than those
that lie before you? And yet many of them are comparatively low
in price. Here again feast your eyes on these varigated figures in
Ingrains. You can walk up and down the room and find something
to suit the elaborate furnishings of a stately drawing room, library
or parlor, or you can match the more sober taste of a plain cozy
home. See that grand display of Room Rugs spread out on that
side. Note the many beautiful new figures and the exquisite shades
and colorings. These have never been shown before in such an ar
ray anywhere in this territory. Down there you see those beautiful
Straw Mattings in Chinese and Japanese. They are a feature in
themselves and are being marked down where you can get them '
' easily. Here at the end we are showing our Oilcloths and Lin
oleums, the latter eight and sixteen quarters wide. You can get
JUST WHAT YOU WANTmmmmz
And we are certain wou will be satisfied. Size up that long row of
Hall and Stair Carpets of many makes and fashionable designs.
Those are what make a home presentable at first sight. Here, there
and everywhere about you arc Carpets and Rugs of all prices, from
the highest to the lowest. You must be going to carpet a parlor, bed
room, or make some change in your dining- room floor this spring,
so keep us in mind and look at our line. In endless array wc arc
showing Cocoa Matting, French Wilton Rugs, La Paris Rugs, Fur
Rugs and Tapestry and Body Brussells. Remember our men are
experts at cutting and fitting, and our prices are the delight of the
This, is one of our friendly talks. You will hear from us again.
CLOTHUG -AID IDERMR
At the M $ K.
to $3.25. Some of worth
to $10. About half their
of Our Jcncsry Clearing Sale?. Hope
1709 and 171 1
Heavy camel's hair underwear, 10c, worth 35c;
heavy brown ribbed underwear, 25c, the 50c kind. ,
$i stiff hats at 99c; $1.37 for stiff hits worth $2.50.
Boots, Shoes and Rubbers.
Felt Boots at 43c Marvel Robbers, 85c, told
everywhere at $1.25. Special line of men's $1.50
shoes; $2 for a $3 quality of mens shoes.
Second Avenue, Rock Island, 111.
Muslin Underwear Department
IT GROWS better and better this Muslin Under,
wear department of ours, and it's small wonder
that the sales grow greater each season. The third
week ot special selling finds bargains ot more than
At 25c Corset Covers ot muslin and cambric,
tucked and beaded, pretty Hamburg embroidery trim,
tned. worth S5o and 40c, this week 25c .
At 4--Dirnmol eicellmt mnll.clnst nfk, dp embroMtr?
of Eiifrllok !. NBtnwok or Hmabsqt. vain 1 averse tic doscn,
rpleudid tjit at oaty 4Sc.
At TV: -St 'rr wltkdrrp Sannclnf on fiood mnslla toandaUoa, clut
ter tacks. nlly (I.
At r-Fall size SklrU, food nosUa, fonr tacks and cp hem,
At 7Si We . d Itirr mrm tJ of Nlct Gowst to the lots sow on
). oiaklns nee nnrtmrat. ' tiowa with rokm. rvfflM tucked and
rmbroMrrj trimawa nih, atcetr flolhd with eabruidery, gracroa
isee and not a rumtDt worts 1cm tautl.
The nrwort thin w lo IPWt t.ere new on 1e at ftien aiech Ion Ikon
of'. Bic oaeortnent ol Vol Lecce at lctt: and ap. Better values
at 3c and up.
F Ine Oriental I a oca ia bailor color, vT dtslralle for Wash Irenes,
UHc a yard aud up.
.Pnlat Venn Galloon at 15c. CJreMcMt 'nrtlap, BtwSSt Ideas
la Foint Pari a oprawork Lace w -th band to natcb. y.
N w roiat VeaiSP oa net for collarette, now o ma :b In vogue.
Avenue and Sixteenth Street.