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Snow tonlf bt and Thursday, clear
Ins Thursday; modi colder moder
ate cold ware. Northerly winds.
A cold wave has entered the coun
try by way of the Dakotaa since
tarday moralng. The temperature to
14 below tero at Moorhead, Minn.,
and brlow at Baton, S. IX The
tero line reaches about to the boon
dary of northern Nebraska and n xth
western Iowa. In Missouri alone
the Miialsilppi rlrer, and la eastern
Minnesota the temperatore hie risen
Today's temperatore SO.
T. J. Walz, Observer.
The horrid Amors published it.
Thai all mUrbt read who ran;
How dliralty did faU from trace,
The naughty, aauht j man.
Good skating at the triangle to-
All sizes of first clan robbers at
Vocal and Instrumental concert at
the rink Thursday.
Mrs. R. S. kirk, of Taylor Ridge,
la visiting in the city.
Miss Kate Byrnes is convalescent
from an attack of the grip.
Ed McDonald is aroand again after
8-weeka' tussle with illness.
Postmaster J. F. McXabney, of
Hampton, was in the city today.
A great event, the special sale of
linens this week at McCa.be Bros.
John Dnll la III at Ma !
V Twenty-first street with the grip.
The stage of the water is sta
, tlonary at 7:60; the temperature 28.
Help a good cause and spend a
pleasant evening at the rink Thurs
day. 1 Grand cake walk Thursdav nicrht.
Tab. 18. Go and see the poetry of
' Otto's grand concert of 25 pieces
x orner nan tomorrow nignu Aa
mission 10 cents.
Mrs. Mary Connelly, 1231 Sixth
venue. Is confined to her home suf
fering from the grip.
Remember the concert at the Skat
ing riok Thursday evening. Rink
will be well heated. Admission only
t 15 cents.
The choral society of the Central
Presbyterian church will not meet
tonight on account of the illness of
Tonight at 8 o'clock at the Harper
house occurs the wedding of Anselm
rrankel, of Oskaloosa, and Miss Edna
Kohn, cf this city.
Remember the very best laundry
soap one hour every morning this
week, two full pound cakes for 5
cents at MoCabe Bros.
Mrs. Copeland, of Iowa City, is
visiting ber daughter. Miss Helen
Copelaad.-of the Rock Island High
school corps of Instructors.
At McCabe's linen sale, special
for tomorrow, cream table damaek,
full 73 laches wide, tomorrow 37)
cents a yard, worth 7ft cents.
An excellent opportunity for rent
ing desirable saloon property. See
or Rent" want column. Good lo
cation and reasonable terms.
Attend Otto's grand concert of 25
pieces at Turner hall tomorrow
Ight. A pleasant place to spend
the evening. Admission 10 cents.
Dr. W. H. Lyford, of Port Byron,
aad W. F.Crawford, of Edgingtoo, are
attending the district Farmers' in
stitute, which is beine held at Galea-
Ton can got Phelps cough, eold
and croup cure, the great Four C
remedy, at Roeckrlta's Fifth avenue
pharmacy. Fifth avenue and Twenty
A great attendance is assured for
the grand cake walk Feb. 18.
A large number of private parties
nave made arrangements for re-
Graham oet of Moline is to give a
, eamp fire Friday evening of this
week at the aioitne auditorium, when
State Senator Cochran is to be the
H. D. Blakemore, official oourt re
porter, went to Cambridge today.
The grand jury of Henry county ie
in session were ana is now investi
gating the Colona poisoning ease.
T. J. Medlll. Jr.. and Judge W. S.
Gale, of Galesburp;. comoosinr the
Hlisoie Western Insane hospital com
mission, had a meeting at the Har
per today to allow the monthly esti
Rock Island is to have n eyele
Kaxttctt Honor World' Pair,
show. One is being arranged by the
s oung Men's Christian Association,
and will be riven at the auditorium
Feb. 24 and 25. Davenport is also to
nave one tree a ana z3-
Chief of Police Frank Kessler, of
uavenport, came to Sock Island this
afternoon and secured the telescope
stolen from the Davenport High
school and which had previously
oeen locatea at J ones' second band
Now is the time to have your gas
oline stoves cleaned and repaired.
Great care shonld be taken to have
this done properly. R. G. Summers
is competent In doing this kind of
work, which he guarantees; 1917 See-
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Arnold an.
tPTtained the Jollv Octavo fHnnna
club last night. Mrs. Marvin Beards-
. . .
11 j ana a. aeiss won tne nrsi
prizes, while the award of consola
tion went to Mrs. S. P. Cosner, of
Moline, and George Sutcliffe.
The OJd Fellows' lodges of Rock
island and Moline are to have a
joint conference for the purpose of
mauiuiiK a an in wis locality lor
a state home, the erection of which
that order has under consideration.
Other cities will bid for the prise.
The mavoral announcements ara
not to be . permitted to mononoliza
the Union's entire space. The city
cierasntp candidates are to be given
a hearlnir on ran neat W. R Vnratt.
son is the first to rise up and demand
an audience. Tne interest in Mr.
Ferguson's candidacy centera more
DSXtlcnlarlv in which of tha can-li.
dates for the head of the ticket he
combines with than in his aspira
tions. A suit of considerable interest has
been decided in favor of tha nlalntiffa
in tha easa of Errtix T. flmith A Ren
Davenport, against David Fitzgerald,
ui ewe laianu. ihb point involved
was the right to garnishee government
vouchers. This was done and car
ried through the justice and county
court, being finally decided for
Smith A Bro. W. L. Lnrinlnh ,.
sented the plaintiffs and McEniry &
The Christain Endeavor .oo.iatlaa of
Rock Island. Whiteside, Mercer and
Henry counties are holding their first
convention at the First Congrega
tional churoh, Moline. It was
opened at 3:30 this afternoon with
praise and devotional exercises led
bv Georve Stanoa. of Molina. In tha
e-enine Rev. W. W. Willard will fa
uver an aaaress oi welcome, and
there will be a sermon h Raw. o
If . a -
W. Stewart, of Mackinaw, state pres
ident of the Toung People's Sooiety
of Christian Endeavor.
William M. Mclntyre, of Drurv
township, aged 23 vears. was brought
into the county court yesterdav af
ternoon on an application oi his
father, Joseph M. Mclntyre, to have
his sanity inquired into. The young
man's mother became (insane about
twenty years ago and is at the pres.
ent time confined in the county poor
uouse. ria nae Deen simple minded
since birth, so it Is claimed, and last
Sunday seemed to become more ex
cited, leaving hie home and remain,
ing away all night, appearing to be
fearful of someone injuring him. He
also drove one of the boys out of the
nouse tnat a ay with a broomstick.
A jury composed of Dr. J. R. Hoi.
lowbush, Thomas Bollman. Oliver
Beck. W. L. Hill. J. Gutsweiler. and
George W. Smaller, after hearintr the
evidence, concluded that it was in.
sufficient to warrant a verdict of in
sanity, and the young man was re-
SUraed Cade a auaapprehaasioa.
Rock Island. Fah in xmi,.
Tax AXGCS: I da Iran tKMtlSfk -a An a
paper to undo a blunder which with-
u proper tuougat I fell into in
signing my name to a petition di
rected to the school board. By go
ing over the names In today's Union
a uuu un same Ament-mnyon combi
nation that Canaan1 nn anri . vi.
less than a year ago. This spirit I
a am a.aaita.aia W am.
Kaint, ana i win therefore
scrateh my name from said petition
and promise to maintain my former
ualtlM t. at a. .
Ivsi.uvh aii umh uirecuon until the
. t l Jl a
pevpie louiBcriminaieiy are for the
measures set forth ia said petition.
8. A. Kbrks.
The hackmen had a A MM aft Tna.
ner hall last night. It was not very
uvtoHiui hvu a unsocial point of
View, but aoclallT it waa all !..
could be anticipated. Harry Toher,
vuii lea arsoi ssa ouiy Auars com'
posed a committee that saw to it
that every thing went along smoothly,
ing a diamond" in his bosom about
the sine of a goose egg. He and
Toher had a smile for the guests as
they entered and extended to all tha
glad hand. Otto's orchestra did the
musical nart. and thnaa !. u
part ia the festivities were still shak
ing their feet at a few bells this
morning. The managers of t
dance came out of the affair tl.
Reserved seats for the Lambert aad
Bala glove contest at Davenport
Monday evening. Feb. 15. now on
sale at Lo Mallet's, 111 East Third
street. Telephone 132.
Tata laxative Bromo Quinine Tab.
lets. All druggists refund the
.0 sa me xaecsute vauer a
jflLf f while ago, m Tonnr fellow
e7i f - went out on the edge of a
J 1 ahelviag precipice two tbon-
V. 1 sand feethirh. and balanced
himself on his head. - A lit
tle slip or little pnffof wind
would have sent him to
eternity. Net one man in a
million would be that kind
of a fooL But nine men in
ten are all the time taking,
There is no deadly peril
about a little fit of indiges
tion or biliousness, and yet
it a man allows these troub
les to get a hold on him be
is taking serious risks.
Dyspepsia alone seldom
kiiis anyooay ; tnat
is, it only kills yon
by inches, and takes
a good many years
doing it. But it
weakens and under
mines the constitu
tion so that it is all
ready to receive and
fertilize the danger
ous diseases which
do kill you outright.
Ttoi't grow ia
bcaltiiy blood any
ore tnan corn will
r on a rock. A
man who keeps his
digestion perfect and
his blood pure may
eat and drink and
germs, but they gain
no foothold. They
are cast out of the
sjrstem. But a man
with a dyspepsia
tkm breathes in typhoid or diphtheretic
germs and down be goes.
The best health-insurance a man can have
is Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery.
u acts atrectiy on tne stomacn ana liver.
It gives the blood-making organs power to
make healthy blood. It clarifies the blood
Jrom. all impurities, and builds up the
healthy flesh, muscular power and nerve
energy, which fortifies you against disease.
His life-long success in the treatment of
chronic diseases has given Dr. Pierce's
medicines a world-wide reputation. His
Pleasant Pellets" cure constipation.
At Our Store
Ton are certain to find
something suitable for a
change in diet. Our
stock is always clean,
fresh and pure, and why
not? Our sales are larg
est and In consequence
our goods are always
fresh. If yon call some
thing will meet your eye
that will appeal to your,
appetite yon know the
Tomatoes. Bssd Lett not,
Sow Beets, . Kgg Plant.
Soup Bunches, Paisley,
iDBLSSEB Wim 110 CHXtEIS
Inventory Sale Ends
1 OSDKB BABLT. f
I liESS BP.
WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 10. 1897.
See Him Eat
GREAT SCOTT, HOW HE
Since yon cook his food on
THE NSW RIVERSIDE
BAKGE. Riverside Stoves
and Ranges are great ape
tisers. See them.
11-117 BSOOBD AYXanJK.
f)N the half shell is what
we find in every
We open, nud fat, juicy aad
delicious when cooked in the
artistic aad appetising man
ner which KRELL c MATH
serve them; they would
tickle the palate of an epi
cure, and are a tempter for
lovers of a well cooked and
s dainty morsel.
Reasons for Using
Krell & Math's Bread:
1. It's the best.
2. It goes farthest.
5. It's a pleasure to eat It.
4. It satisfies.
. 5. Always the same.
6. Everybody praises it.
. 7. Ton will lib I
8. Ton ehoukTtry it.
Ask for It
Insist on having It. K. and
M. stamped on every loaf.
KRELL & MATH
Phoae 11M. me-mi Boecevd Ave
HaYinz boosht the entire stock of I. BAMBERGER
greatest SACRIFICE SALE erer known In
Everything Goes at One -
MET8 SUIT8 AT..:. .
Men's Overcoats at 1-4, L3, 12 Price.
BOT3' LONG PANTS SUITS AT fl.90. Bamtorger'i price ft 00
' J-fO, 4 g.so
" M M 4.00, - - f'oO
M " " 5.00, . 11.00
- - - C 55, . lx.75
Boy's Overcoats at 1-4, 1.3. 1-2 Price!
CHILDRRaTS SUITS AT...:....$ .15. Bamberger's price tl.50
- T5. - SI.T5 ie 1 50
" -tt. . - - Z.S5 to CM
" . - L50. j.75
M " IS - - 5 00
V WW WW
Sals cpesa Tfcwiay a.
WlciMyre-IRech Dry Goods Co.
THE BARGAIN CENTER
'J,aTltr "d nad the last call
!SfIT "flL1? P' fod quick eeUlag:
600 yards 10c tennis flannel. 6c
S00 yards 8e domet flaaael. 4jc.
ISO dosen good 3 -cord stitching thread. Ie.
100 ladies fleeced fl.7 wrappara, MoT
0 Per Cent OIT
The price of any garment In the underwear depart.
Daderweeria selling cheap enough as iris,
but the SO per cent off putslt within anybody's reach.
650 yards fine SSc collar eaavaa, lfto.
75 yards SOc real German hair cloth. 15c.
Fancy SOc light weight saorcea aklrtiag. lt,c
75 yards fancy eiderdown SSc aad 0e flaaaels, per
M flam To
Is here aad yon will want
that timepiece cleaned and
put In shape eo that yon can
be more punctual during the
coming year. Our faailitiee
for handling this work are
the best. We make a special
effort to do satisfactory work
nad we seldom fail.
All yon need to do Is drop
ns a postal and your clock
will be called for end re
turned to yon in good order.
WollaaD, the Jeneb.
1805 Second Ave.
THE PRINCIPAL TEST
Of a Laundry's efficiency eeesasto
be the way tt "does up" a whim
shirt, thoach there are lots of ar
ticles which require more skill an4
eare. We hrvtte you to compare a
shirt or ssrr other article mnodrhsd
horn with ttinantMsm alsaalnsa and
tarn your pstnmsae aecordtntlr.
ne no not isix am i
1TM Third Ave,
A a-Wa,CW.et..aV A A A. A A A A .aa-ay . A. A
Fourth to Cne-Half Off
tt.Oe. Bamberger's price I S.00
aoo. - 7.50
..00, - - 11.00
6.00, " " 11.00
n. at 170a Secoad ATcace,
I7C9 and 1711
YOU CAN FIND
Onr Bohemian Beer anywhere yon may inquire. Its perfect qual
ities have placed it la the front rank, aad good jod-ee prefer ours
everytime to any of the well known brands of bottled beer, on ac
count of IU purity aad wholesome taste. Ask for It,
There Isn't a
Shadow of Doubt-
at StlClifPn Snip
the history of the dcthlztj trade
Children's OVERCOATS at X, K,and M Off
HXATT CXDrSITRAR AT
KXH1 CAPS AT
Secoed Avenue, Rock IsUbJ, Q.
. 400 Swiss embroidered haadkerchiers need ia trim,
mlag. a waahtag makes them as good as aver. lOe.
lSe aad lftc raTaes. 4 f or Sfte.
1.S00 lace edged fte kaadkerehtefa, S forftc
Drcs Gccdries Cheap.
Uebig's beef wine aad iron. S5c
25c toilet ereaam. lftc
lftc Florida water, fa.
Beet Sfte quadruple extract perfemea, 15c
15e eold cream. 8c
8c lemon aad waallln extracts. S for 10c
Petroleum Jelly (like vaeellae) S for 10c
Best Cc tar eoap. t tot 10c
Bast ssssktals, S sesw far Me.
S sot at Senarallk saaa, TtSe.
Sat casae sirsarsss eaaa, ,
" " '-'- -t I'm Mr-w rsiiilssisi lil
awataesla,sai; 4-)y IUaulM.t for sac : ai- tm SOTi
fmtn tor SSc; geais' las leak Uas. sss; saa' Sac Mm,Im;
ROCK ISLAND BREWING CO.
The man of modern times thlaks
just as mach of his bath as did the
Ancient Soman. The great troeble
Hth the modern man Is he crowds
kit tube nad appertiaaaees late
little room, while the Roman wanted
plenty of space nad the beet of
plumbing. Every room In the house
was eabeerviaat to the bath. While
von are baUdiag a konee make roar
bath room ample, putia the beet of
bath tabs, eee that the pipes are of
good quality aad not liable to burst,
nad Vonr bath will taseama a Isisrv
we will start at
In Rock Island.
lOr, Bambcrgwrs priee S .55
lie, - M
....8c. Baabettert erico Sfte
15e. r - Sfte
, - 50s
$ .05, Bamberger's price .50
10, M .S
t. - - M
.50, - LH
.75. " ' Ul
1-50, - - 5.C9
MOST PERFECT WADE..
money ji it talis to ear, xs ewa
catu trzij ttcn tsa tcca tzM.