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THE ARGTJB, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1897.
Hard wood at McKown's.
Wax candles at Mauckers'.
Call for anion made cigars.
Coata $5 at Mclntyre-Reck Go's.
8m M. ft &va itatementln another
Closing ont entire line of skates at
Ten dollar coats $3.75 atMcIntjre-
juex to s.
French peas 15 cents per can at
Leare all orders for floral designs
Eight dollar coats $3.75 at Mcln-tjre-Beck
The city conacil has iU monthly
Aid. V. Danber and Oscar Schmidt
Sundered in Peoria.
Fancy work bargains at Mclntyre
Bsck Co's. 'Bead ad.
Mrs. Lawrence Kramer is confined
to her home by Illness.
Ifrs. Marcella Reidy, 2S1S Fifth
arenue. is seriously ill.
Get your wax candles at L. C.
Pfoh's, 1400 Third avenue.
L. U. McCabtt and G M. Loosley
have returned from Chicago.
The Fast Miil" went to Clinton
OTer the Burlington this morning.
Violets all day tomorrow at Mc
Cabe's spring dress goods opening.
Bootless, La Salle, Cable and Le
high Valley hard coal at McKown's.
Pick out a waist or dress length at
Hcintyre-tteck uo's. clearing silk
Look at Knschmann's special in
another column. A chance for this
Corinne" and her company went
to Galesbnrg via the Burlington this
Thomas Goodwin is a patient at
St. Anthony's hospital suffering from
Closing out white wool blankets
heap at Mclntyre-Reck Co's. Bead
Miss Mae McElherne, 604 Twenty-
third street, is recovering from an
attack oi toe grip.
J. F. Mungcr came down from
Fnlton to spend yesterday with his
lamuy in mis city
Captain Kramer and Officer
Schaab are on doty again after a
struggle with grip.
Kid gloves for prompt buyers at
Mclntyre-Beck Co's. 1 and (1.25
gloves 69 cents. Read ad.
Tomorrow, the Feast of the Parifl
cation, there will be services at
Trinity church at 10 a. m.
Miss Emma Davis, who has been
visiting at Hannibal, Mo., the past
six wee is, nas reiurnea nome
P. J. Cary and G. II. McKown
have gone to Springfield to attend
tne state camp or the M. w. A.
Silks, clearing 'em out at Mela
tyre-Reck Co's. (1 and $1.26 silks 60
cents; (1.25. $1.50 and $1.75 silks 75
Fay Hawes camp. Royal Neighbors
of America, gives an entertainment
and dance at Carse hall tomorrow
Winter underwear special lots
one-third, one-half and two-thirds
nsual price to close quick. Bead Mo.
Inty re-Beck Co.'s ad.
Grand spring opening display and
sale of dress goods at McCabe's
New and exclusive foreign dress fab
rics bow oeing snown
The floors in all the office rooms of
the Rock Island postoffice building
are being oiled preparatory to the
putting aown oi tne carpels.
Capt. John O'Connor has defeated
uavia ritsgeraid in tne first oi a
series of forty-fire. The next series
takes place at Pierce Keane's Satur
day. the 5 lb.
Mai. C. V. Hawes, head clerk of
the Modern Wooamen of America,
was In the city yesterday en route to
sprmgne a to attend the atate gatb
ring oi ine order.
A delegation of nine Modern Wood
men of tne World from Davenport
ion over tne Milwaukee this morn
lag for Dubuque to attend the gath
ring oi tne crait mere.
MoCabe Bros, spring opening dis
play and sale of dress goods. Spe
prices quoted. Violets all day to
The regular business meeting of
the w c. r. u. will be held tomor
row afternoon at 3 o'clock in the T.
at. C A. chapel. All members are
urged to be present, as there is busi
ness oi importance.
The dancing party given by the
Highest Honors World' Fair,
Bock Island Turner society at its
hall Saturday evening waa attended
by 45 couples, and like the previous
affair arranged by that organization,
waa a social success.
Trade at the cash stores of W. C
and E. L. Mancker and aave money.
They sell 22 pounds of granulated
sugar for $1, XXXX coffee 15 cents,
Bio coffee 7 pounds for $, pineapple,
peas, corn and bean a 6 cents per can,
and all other goods equally aa low.
Deputy Stamp Collector James E.
Lamont reopened his office this morn
ing, but his stamps having been de
layed he will not be ready until to
morrow, tie has been assigned the
office into which enters the first door
to the right at the head of the stairs
in the Bock Island postoffice building.
Amonir Third ward republicans
who are said to have aspirations for
aldermanio honors is Marshall Lucas.
He was one of the most faithful oil
carriers the party had in this neck
of the woods in the recent campaign.
He was always ready to march ana
holler, and so now some of his
friends have started a little boom
The leader of the combination
claims they do not oeiong to any
combination. Perhaps we called it
by the wrong name should have
buen several stores combined to
gether to down one store, which
thev have been nnable to do. ihe
London is the store that takes care
of your interests. We keep down
the prices and are rewarded by doing
the largest clothing business in the
tri -cities, and that's what hurta them.
Capt. D. A. McDonald spent Sun
day here and left this morning on a
business trip south, capt. McUon-
ald is a member of the La Crosse Mis-
ppi Biver Towing company,
which controls and manages the
following steamboats: Mountain
Belle, Bella Mao, Linehan and In
verness. He also controls the
Hannibal saw mill, situated at Han
nibal, Mo., and the Gem City saw
mm, at yuincv.
Mayor Knox has a letter from J.
E. Craig, solicitor for the Mississippi
Valley Telephone company, which is
seeking a franchise in Bock Island,
asking information as to when the
oounoil will have the company's
ordinance up lor consideration again,
so that one of its representatives can
be here to explain matters. He says
that a franchise has been secured at
Burlington and that Mr. Hubinger
is now in Quincy, where he hopes to
have an ordinance adopted by the city
Oar neighbors are playing the
baby act again, trvlng to work the
sympathy dodge on the people. They
no doaDt need it hut the publio is
not buying or giving sympathy in a
case like this. What the people
want is good, honest clothing at low
prices, not shopworn, moth-eaten
goods at prices higher than first-class
merchandise can be bongbt at at the
London. The people of Bock Island
can thank the London for bringing
down prices Deiore the London
came to Rock Island what did yon
pay for your clothing? We want it
understood that the London will
keep op its reputation as the great.
n value givers, and will not be un
dersold by any combination, no mat
ter who they are or where they come
from. The London.
The Strength of Nature.
According- to the ancient mTtholoer. whea
Hercules wrestled with Antaeus, every time
he was thrown a he jumped up again
auuuyer than f 3 ever, gaining fresh
power from J every contact with the
earth. Hercu- lea conquered him at
last only by holding
him in the air away
from the source of his
strength, until he grew
weaker and weaker
and finally be
Antaeus is - a
of mankind. Na
ture is the real
source of health
and vigor. The
closerwe keep to
Nature's laws the
grow. When we
get away from
them we are sure
ness gets hold
of a man the
only remedy to rc-'.l? re him must be a
natural remedy. It uiut work according to
natural laws and bring him right in touch
with Nature. Any unnatural stimulus or
mere temporary "appetizer" does no per
manent good to a person who is debilitated
In these conditions the most nerfipet tiar.
oral strength-builder is Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery. It acts directly upon
the natural nutritive processes, and creates
solid, permanent strength and vital force in
the same way that Nature creates them.
It capacitates the stomach and liver to
vitalize the circulation and feed the nerve
centres with pure, healthy blood. This is
exactly Nature's way of curing nervous ex-
oa nation, debility, insomnia, and neuralgia.
During the past y years, Dr. Pierce's
medicines have become recoanized standard
remedies throughout the world. His
Pleasant Pellets" are a perfect and Per
manent cure far constipation.
Sister Eliza I de Falcon, of Conma Christ!
Nueces Co.. Texas, writes: " This is to tell van
that I have been ill for twenty-one years and was
Snarly cured bv vour medicines ' Golden Medi
cal Discovery ' and 'Favorite Prescription.' I war
completely cured after taking the medicine."
See Him Eat
GREAT SCOTT, HOW HE
Sinoe you cook his food on
THE NEW RIVERSIDE
BANGS. Biverside Stoves
and Banges are great ape
tizers. See them.
1615-1I17 SECOND AVENUE.
We Take Pride
In getting the best of- W
ferings in the market for
our trade. You can re
ly on our having clean,
fresh stock. Our patron
age wants it and we en
deavor to justify the demands.
Head Lettuce, Spinach,
Wax Beans, Tomatoes,
Green Onions, Egg Plant,
i DRESSED CHICKENS.
Naval Oranges, Malaga and
Yonrs for the Best,
Mark Lloyd, for a number of years
a traveling salesman for a tri-city
wholesale house, has been missing
irom ms nome in the industrial
building fiats since Saturday night,
ana sirs. Lioya thinks he has de
serted his family. She says he has
oeen heavily in debt, ana she is con
vinced he has fled from his creditors.
There nave been rumora of grave
dissensions in the Lloyd household
for some time, and the unhappy cul
mination seems thus to have come to I
SPECIAL FOR THIS WEEK.
H. Kosebaaana, S107 Fourth ATswasyTal.
isss-rera Uoooa, UwMt races.
Corn, per can 6c and up I
reas, per can oc ana up
n t .
reacnes, per can LUC ana up
Pears, per can lOo and up 1
Tomatoes, per can ... .8c, two for 15c
Baked beans, per can 7c
Anderson's jams, per can.
I x', Si -kTk. I
waea yon can bay any ladies' Shoe S9 QR
wvurnoasa lor........ vvv
Jen you can buy any Ladles' 13
Asm m am
10c 8hoeOT.....:r'.."'." 5?.U
r ... I Oatmaal. nar nackairn KaI
lots on saie mis wees. Which can-1 7 r r r- - I wnen yon eaa bay say Ladies' 1&S0 S?1 OR
be had atrain this season at th. Corn starch, per package 5c I t nt..J.J!...rZ $1.95
Ceffee, per package l5o
ttun powder tea. per pound 25c
Japan tea, per pound 25c I
iwrant, per gallon l5o I
Flour, per sack :.90c and up
Judge Bigelow reconvened circuit
court at 2 o'clock this sfternoon.
A verdict of guilty was returned
by the jury in the case of Frank!
narvev, alias "xenow Henry," ac
cused of burglarizing Baker, lie-1
Neill & Sessl's store.
Inventory Sale Ends
Unsettled weather, probably light I Chtfl onW
rain or snow tonteht and Tnesrl.r A-''" UIIU
...... , . . "!
very mue cnaage in temperature;
easterly winds. Today 'a tempera-
tare su. t. j. waxz. Observer.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
sw Crape Cream of TsrtST Powder. Free
L Aflp-eioisv Alum or any other aduttdi
Oara a OsM ha Om Day
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tab. I
lata. All druggista refund thai
money if it fails to ear. 25 oenta.
Statistics show that thousanda of
infants and children vearlv die of
membranous crono. We do not ex
aggerate when we state that everv
one of these innocents conld haTa
been saved had Folev'a Hons and
Tar been given them in time. Can
on anora to oe without It in your
wa-AoldFBoW bjH. F. fimfcnjea J jj.y Second AvcaoS.
THE BARGAIN CENTER
Stamped on every loaf of our
Perfect Home-Made Bread.
Remember this and see that
yon get It.
Krell & Math's Bread
Is fast being recognized and
called for by everybody. It
is made from the best flour
and by the latest process
known to the Bakers' Art.
It is of fine grain, rich in
flavor and chock fall of
nutriment. ' Why is it called
the STAFF, OF LIFE? Be
cause it strengthens man's
Eat your dainty, costly viands,
But give to me, instead.
One solitary slice of
Krell & Math Pure Bread.
We have Ice Creams and
Frnit Ioea on hand at all
times, no matter how cold
the weather la. Stop In and
try a dish or order some np
for home. We deliver it.
KRELL & MATH
Phone 11M 171C-1718 Second Ave
McEntyre-Reck Dry Goods co.
1709 and 1711 Second Avenue, Sock friand, IU.
SvMeatlr ateaaa bnaraaaa and aa as w ..-...-
Wyli.li thli swwoa'a iacaxs Spmpad oa twn long tables. Boasto. saa-
k7ii7.le','M?l 1,B- IB' qnartan silt
hnedMHl all rlla hna. Loaon fens coats, aspire coats, etc. hare
.Jl0-1". Iiyii t, y.r cbo eeUSlei 2m1
la rwo "ota at S3 75 and V Greatest after of tka sees. Tare Says
,T?. ' ""J"st sna ma satvrnt w uaaasnM.
lve tor capes, silk lined, wona frost 10 to $.S, ta ia sTS.
-faiortd rb,r? nra!n f jt prowpt haters. IS aos-a Bivrks A
Foster kid flews, blacks, taaa. reas, browns. asrVs aad Krreaa. worth
SI and $1. the prompt buyers will ret thai at See
SSdoieecOva,raiiald ai-ehOTtratltcHed. dog saia plana sawa.
bitoaaann hooas, yalnes fl SB, SITS aad SS, all ataae piles Bar qaiak
One thiid.ene-halr aad two tMrdt anal pr'eea. Wa ara aha hit at
oatpty boea br Saturday aigat. and, like told la rs, we ana low (la
pries) to make eon.
Ladlaa'all wool resta and panU. la ties' fleacad ante salts. Bee's
heavy wool shirts and drawers w heavy Saeead shirts sad drawers,
rkild's flseced aakm ssita, child's Sas all wool vests aad paata, lalaea,
7Bc,Sl. Sl.ataDd Sl-Sa.yoarcboeao'annh ag m th lo st SOe. Blaaa
mora or lesebrokea. bats good assert aeat la assay of th lines.
The charm of leascned prices will make abort work of thaaa apread.:
Pull 6-4 tapmtry Ub'e Spreada with I eary frtafe, the B1.lt kind, TSo.
TsrMtry tatds spreads, a 14 yards long, with Mags, iaiead o( $4, at
Taiae doaea caeaUla S table corers, the TSc kind, state.
Oar Sanaa eleaiaaca sals of all abort I gtks. sptealld 1
a drees or waist attara a as'f seiea a lass.
Lot 1- STS yarrta f sacy silks of all kinda at lenrtba from Ska IS yards,
vetnes ap to Si S8, yoar ehoies this waak, per yard. S0c
8"S yards faaey alias la a as variaty of styles sad at lea, assilal
as SS yards, vsiass spaa 91 TS. eboieo of iba lot at 7Se.
rcapUoaalooportaalty to seoara a waist
1 aa get
pal tars, skirt or trees
FANCY WORK DEPARTMENT.
Oa lot faaey fringes at, per ysri, SHe.
Oas lot Hoea frlogaa. all colon, woeta Sc. st c
Oas lot wide sad haadeaaas llaea frlntes. worth ltHC,st Sc.
SS kaadaoais sofa pUlowa at Jest half price.
IV) atampaS sad Mate labia cjrsrs, SS taehas sqaara, worth SSc
lHxlS stamped aad H. 8. Lhtea eeater ptoroa at tic.
Bumps Pmm tambler avy net aow throe for rc.
Baamprd Haoa doyllea, worth fc each, at six for ale.
Tlated splashers, half plica. Sc.
Boat Uc kalttine silk, fail also spools at Sc.
MM yards bast uc sUboliaes at lyic
t Prioaa rsdacsd aboal kal? to c's m eulckV. Cholos bargsLs latlk
Mnffs gotBC aslek at tka en prioea.
At tic. maSs worth 'itt and arc
At SI.S9, maffa wott 1 l..&,t3 Maad t
FINE WHITE WOOL BLANKETS.
Prless eat freely to more them thla week.
Lo: 1 niaakats that asvs sole sp to M at tt SI for 11-4 : f 4 for 1C-4.
BmaaeU uat bar. sold at S4.5, $iM aad St. go la c.ao lot st U St
Cloct CleariES Tine
Is here and you will want
that timepieoe cleaned and
put in shape so that you can
be more punctual daring the
coming year. Oar facilities
for handling this work are
the best. We make a special
effort to do satisfactory work
and we seldom fail.
All yon need to do it drop
as a postal and yoar clock
will be called for and re
turned to you in good order.
WoltmaD, the Jeweler.
1805 Second Ave.
THE PRINCIPAL TEST
Of a Laundry's efficiency seems to
be the way it "does up" a white
shirt, though there are lots of ar
ticles which require more skill anl
care. We invite you to compare a
shirt or any other article laundrtod
here with those done elsewhere and
place your patronage accordingly.
We do not feir the test
1734 Third Ave. Phone 1314.
Bock Island Bohemian" Beer on the table at all your meals.
It will give yon vim and vigor, and builds op a weak system into a
olid healthy condition. y
The malt we use is of the purest quality, and onr hope are of
the choicest growth obtainable. Order a case and get one of oar beau
tiful souvenir thermometers.
Bock Island Bitrv7ing Co.
This Cold Snap
affected the plumbing of your
house Don't let things go
any further, stop them now.
It won't cost much. It's pro
crastination that costs.
We work quickly and hon
estlyour terms arc moder
atejust enough to Insure
114 T7. CeTTfmtftentli Ct.
A Rousing Clothing Sale
Having bought the entire stock of I. BAMBERGER at Sheriffs SQlC we will start at once the
greatest SACRIFICE SALE ever known In the history of the Clothing trade In Rock Island.
Everything Goes at One-Fourth to Cne-Half Off
ItEN'd SUITS AT
$2.0, Bamberger's price f 5.00
9.00. " 7.60
" 6.00, " 11.00
" " 6.00, " " 1S.00
Men's Overcoats at 1-4, 1-3, 12 Price.
BOYS' LONG PANTS SUITS AT 11.90. Bamberger's price $ 6 00
2.90, " 6.60
" 4.00, 9.00
" 6.00, " 11.00
. 6 85, 12.76
Boy's Overcoats at 1-4, 1-3, 1-2 Price.
CHILDREN'S SUITS AT $ .36. Bamberger's price $1.60
" .76, $1.76 to 8 60
" 98, 8.16 to 6.60
J.S5, . 6 00
Children's OVERCOATS at X. and Off
HEAVT UNDERWKAB AT...
. ..10r, Bamberger's prise $ .&
,. ISc. " .60
..86c, " .76
..60c, " $1.00
Celluloid Collars 3c, 15c Linen Collars 5c.
8c, Bamberger's prie 2fre
16e. " " I6e
S6o, M 60e
Neckwear tt 0n-Htlf Price.
MEN'S CAP3 AT.
MEN'S PANTS AT..
.$ .05, Bamberger's prios
. .26, "
. .76. "
. 1.00. -
. 1.60, " "
. 1.60, M
. $.60. " '
Sale opens Thursday a. m. at 1702 Second Avenue, Bengston Block, Bamberger's old stand. Will ooattaue
until every stitch has been told.