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TILE ABGUg, MONDAY. MABCH 1, 1GD7.
Cloudy this afternoon tad tonight
and probably occasional light lain;
partly cloudy Tuesday; colder; north
Another high pressure area with
1U accompanying cold ware is enter
ing the eoantry by way of the Dako
ta. The temperature Is 14 below
zero at Willistoo and 13 below aero
at Bismarck. The zero line passes
through Montana, Soath Dakota and
Uinnesota. This cold wave is more
moderate than that of last week.
West of the Rockies a low area cov
ers Oregon and Washington.
Except in the am occupied by the
cold ware the weather Is largely
cloudy. Snow Is falling in portions
ot Montana, Minnesota ana tne uute
region, and rain in western Kansas.
The temperature changes outa'de
of those affected by the cold wave
have been small.
Today's temperature ZL .
r. J. walz, uoserver.ji
Bay a home Beidj Bros.
Money to loan Reidy Bros.
Democratic primaries tonight.
Silk stockings free at McCebe's.
Carl Mueller is laid np by illness.
The Sheridan club's mask party
The lady minstrels at Harper's
Charles Blaser, of Coal Valley, waa
In the city today.
John Crubaugh left for Chicago on
business tais morning.
W. II. Lamont is confined to his
home by typhoid fever.
Miss Kate Leyda has returned from
week's visit in Chicago. v
The city council has its regular
monthly session tontgnt.
Silk stockings given away at Me
Cabe Bros'. Go and get them.
Fred Myers, of Alien. Myers & Co
Is in Freeport today on business.
The city paving taxes will be de
linquent il not paid on or before
The internal revenue collections of
Deputy James Lamont for last week
The stsge of water at the Bock Isl
and bridge at noon was 6.70; the
The W. C. T. U. will meet tomor
row afternoon at S o'clock in the T.
M- C. A. chapel.
Rev. Thomas. Mackin . and Hon.
William McEniry lett for Denver on
business last night.
See McCabe Bros', special notice
regarding the sale of the Mclntyre
Keck dry goods stock.
' Just received at Beeoher's, a lot of
fresh butter and eggs to sell cheap
at wholesale or retail.
Tour old carpets and feathers re
stored wonderfully bv Kerler Bros.'
steam cleaner, 1626 Fourth avenue.
A team belonging to J. W. Cald
well, ot Rural, ran away in Milan
Saturday. One of the horses was
The democratic caucuses to nomi
nate candidates for aldermen and se
lect delegates to the city-township
convention will be held this evening.
The Turner mask ball Saturday
evening was largely attended and is
reported to have been a great social
success. There were many fine cos
tumes. Corset Sale extraordinary at Mc
Cabe Bros'. A pair of pure silk hose
free to each lady buying a P. N. cor.
set at 11 or over Monday, Tuesday or
The Home Mission circle of the
First M. E. chutch gives a tea and
test social at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Spencer E. Mattlson. in
Dimlck block this evening.
Read over the list of celebrated
corsets and the prices named by Mc
Cabe Bros., and you'll not wait for
further argument. Their opening
spring sale of corsets begun today.
It will pay you to call and see the
elegant new line of the latest de
igns and patterns in wall paper
prices quoted the lowest at William
Bcnmeu a uo., zuuz rounn avenue.
E. G. Spaulding has contracted
with Horst A Peterson tor the ereo.
tion ot a colonial cottage on Nine
teenth street, between Tenth and
Eleventh avenues. It will cost about
The democratic ward caucuses are
to be held tonight The aldermaaio
candidates spoken of in addition to
those mentioned Saturday are C. W.
Negus in the Second, and Robert
Lynn in the Sixth.
J. E. Montrose, of Chicago, ar
rived at the Harper last evening for
lion easiness visit, szr. man
trose is now a member ot of the
Rives A Montrose company, of Chi-
cago, importers of sponges, etc.
There is to be a tri-eity cake walk
at the Rock Island roller rink Mon
day evening. March 8. for the bene
fit ol the First Baptist cnurcn is
promises to be a genuine old fash
ioned southern people's cake walk.
J. T. Stafford's friends are making
an earnest canvass In bis behalf for
the democratic nomination for police
magistrate, and he will probably go
before the convention for such offioe.
instead of that ot justioe of the
Peter C. Nelson, of Sheffield, and
Miss Ida Carlson, of Moline, were
married Saturday afternoon at the
bride's home by Rev. J. L. Murphy,
of Grace Lutheran church. The
groom is employed at the Harper
Once a Month, a St Louis publi
cation, in its issue for March devotes
considerable space to an illustrated
write up oi xtocs: island ana mouse
and Rock Island arsenal, together
with complimentary reference to
representative citizens here.
Miss Ella Wright, daughter of A.
J. Wright, 3106 Fifth avenue, enter
tained 25 young friends in honor of
her 10th birthday. All had ' a very
enjoyable time. Refreshments were
served. Many tokens of remem
brance were left The little miss
proved herself a model hostess.
Lieut Col. Francis W. Parker,
commanding officer ot Allegheny
arsenal, Pittsburg. Pa., who died
Feb. 22, served as assistant com
manding officer ot Rock Island arse
nal from 1868 to 1869. Capt. M. J.
Grealish. formerly of Rock Island
arsenal, is now in command of Alle
gheny arsenal, and will remain so
until Col. Parker's successor is
bonrlar only an
ceeds in damaging I
the lock of a safe
so that the combi-1
nation wont work.
Next morn in it the
banc officers cant tret at
their own money. There
may be millions in the safe,
bat if their credit depended
on getting- at it in a harry
ther would be hanknrat.
Simply because the combination won't work.
A sick man is in verv much the same fix
about getting at the. nourishment he needs
to keep him alive. There is plenty of good
looo at nana, irat nis aigestive organism is
out of order; the nuSH-'i-e "combination"
of his system won't k. He can't possi
bly get at the nourishment contained in the
food. He takes rt into his stomach, bnt it
does him no good. It isn't made into rood
blood. He is just as badly off as if the
food was locked nowhere he couldn't touch
it. He gets ao strength or health out of it.
All these mal-nutntive conditions have a
perfect and scientific remedy in Dr. Pierce's
Uolden Medical Discovery. It pats the nu
tritive "combination" of the system into
perfect working order. It gives the diges
tive and blood-making organs power to
make pore, red, healthy blood, and pour it
into the circulation abundantly and rapidly.
It drives oat all bilious poisons and scrof
ulous germs, cures indigestion, liver com
plaint, nervousness and neuralgia, and
builds up solid flesh, active power and
Mrs. Rebecca P. Gardner, of Grafton. York Co
Va., writes: I was so sick with dyspepsia that I
could not eat anvthinc for over four months. I
had to starve myself, as nothing would stay on my I
stomach. I was so badly on I could not eat even a
cracker. I thought I was going to die. I weighed I
only 8o pounds. I tried almost everything.
and nothing did me any good, until I took two
Demies ot me "uoiaen mcoicri inscoverv.' Iara
now as well as I cvci was, and weigh us pounds."
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mmf t-v &
Crescents are widely and favora
bly known as RELIABLE. STAND
ARD MACHINES; none can be made
superior. Ocr line is the most com
plete on the market, and their rea
sonable prioes place them within the
reacn ox tne public.
Crescents are light, rigid, of the
best material, and beautiful In de
sign and finish.
Call and examine the 1897 Models
and aelect your 1897 Mount
1615-U17 - SECOND AVENUE.
Mayor Knox has a letter from Stitz
St Manson, of Dubuque, manufac
turers of overcoats, jackets, pants
and shirts, who ask what inducements
Rock Island would make for them to
remove their factory here, lhe
major answered that Rock Island
always bad a welcome band for new
industries, and would use every
honorable means to secure them, and
suggested that Seitz & Manson come
own and look the citv over, explain
the merits of their enterprise, and if
it is worthy he assures them tbat the
people of this city will take the mat
John Kulpar, an old gentleman, in
moving from Davenport to Coal Val
ley, had a narrow escape at the Fif
teenth atreet crossing. Moline, Satur
day evening. One of the gates be
coming suddenly disabled refused to
work, and Mr. Kulpar drove nis
team into a switch engine, which
was coming down the track. The
engineer brought the locomotive to a
standstill as soon as possible. The
horses were scratched up a little and
the harness disarranged, but further
than this there was no damage.
Mr. Kulpar jumped from his wagon
when he realized the situation, but
he was not hurt.
Such splendid showings are always
made in the annual statements of tbe
Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance
company, of Hartford, that it is
scarcely necessary to particularize
any one of them above another. The
51st annual financial exhibit for 1896.
now published, is no exception to the
rule. It demonstrates the company's
prosperity, showing gain in income.
assets and surplus, an increased divi-
aena earned, una, taken altogether.
a development ot strength tbat sur
passes any increase in liabilities.
More than this, there was a decrease
in the cost of insurance and the ratio
of expense to income that was an in
crease over the usual average of
about one-half of 1 per cent. When
we iook at me receipts, nearly a 9,-
ooo.ooo, the expenditures, $7,715,131,
and the surplus. Jan. 1. 1897. of
more than 7,153,297. we see how
splendidly the company's affairs
have been managed. - A glance at
the figures in the statement will
clearly show this.
Highest Honors World. Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
Cm Ossm at Tartar rVwdar. Pras
Vmilm 1 was, Aasm er any other adMbfcsttf
That's wbat you must do to
aDDreclate the variety there
is to select from. We have
hundreds of things that con
tribute to good living that
we cannot mention here.
Drop In at any time and you
may find something that
just strikes your fancy.
Here la a Small List:
Soap Bunches, Head Lettnes,
Parsley, Pie Plant.
Oyster Plant, New Beets,
Tomatoes, Green Onions,
Was never caught yet
ISy sincere devotion or siglis.
He upon whom her thoughts linger.
Is the man who will bring her
Blood and Naval Oranges,
j Northern pie. King and Jona-
iuru aiiob, iuungn unpos
ej Tours for Good Goads. w
For him she thinks wise.
So do not repine,
But adopt this design.
Give your sweetheart a right royal treat.
Bring her rich
Such as KBELL A MATH sells,
And you'll have your coquette at your
Then when she's likely to rove,
Or be pickled In love,
Bring her Krell A Math's candy to eat
KRELL fi MATH
PARTY SUPPLY MOUBB.
Phone 1156. 1716-1718 Second Ave.
You want Reception Bread and Fancy
Cakes for your party. Order them from
us. We want your trade.
These cuts represent
our Ladies' Bright
Dongola, Flex Sole,
Button or Lace Shoes
$2, $2.50 and $3
Very latest in every
particular. We have
better in quality, but
no later in style.
PLAIN TALK ON A VITAL QUESTION
The question of beer. Good beer is a toaic
It helps the system. Good beer Is e blessing mankind. The
beer we brew is good beer. Ask for "Rock Island." Oar Bohe
mian, la bottles tor family use Is the best la the market
ROCK ISLAND BREWING CO.
You buy (kJ22 V m TV
BDAMP J '
And be pleased.
Parker s Laundry
We make yon comfortable.
We pat p hot water beaters la
the very best manner, end we
charge the lowsst possible prices.
Ws believe In being as obliging
as possible, because you have
friends and the best way our
business eaa grow is to have
you tell them hoar well we do
114 X7. BerrenteemtliOt.
Here at Home
THE PRINCIPAL TEST
Of a Laundry's efflelency seems to
be the way it "does op" a white
shirt, though there are lots of ar
ticles which require ssore skill anl
care. We invite you to compare a
shirt or any other article lanndrled
here with those done elsewhere and
place your patronage accordingly.
We do not fear the test.
1TM Third Ave. Phoneme.
YOU CAN PROCURE THE
Liquid Malt Food
wen known woduct of the CHICAGO BREW.
iso comfaht: that
has become so lestlv dob.
alar La building an the system. It to a concentrated
extract of select Malt and Bops aad gives almost
miraculous . assistance to eoavaleeeeats, nursing
The Chicago Dre wlnfj Go's. Dottled Deer
has also made a reputation for Itself aad eaa be or.
dared from the local breach telephoae ISO.
Nineteenth St aad First Ave.
Pointora and Dacoratora
WZ3 TT t I CIIi:U 3. rte.
Shop 419 Seventeenth street.
Having bought from Mitchell &i
Lynde the entire bankrupt stock of
Molntyre-Reck Dry Goods company,
we shall place the same on sale in its
present location, Wednesday morn
ing, marcn a, at v o ciocr. we pro
pose mazing a scneouie ot prices
which will close out the stock very
rapidly. Intending buyers should
be on hand as early as possible. This
being a well known high class stock
of merchandise it is sure to go quick.
In a few days we shall offer for
sale all the fixtures, furniture, coun
ters, shelving. Ban cash and package
carrier, stoves, furnaces, safe, horse,
delivery wagon, etc
Rock Island, Illinois.
. M cCabi Baos.
-TUB Tlrad Vsnlsawr
overcomes us when inferior prepar
ations are recommended By unscru
pulous dealers as "just as good
Foley's Honey and Tar Cough Syr-
up," when we know the nnequaled
merits of this great medicine. Sold
ay h. jr.
AA to D Widths.
Have just received a shipment of the New Spring Styles for '97 of the
This is Positively the Most Popular Fine Hat Made. Inspection
Clyde H Boyd Roek bland I
stlas Floreaee a Addis .Book bland I
Peter C Nelson Sheffield I
una Ida Carlson .....Monoe
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tab
lets. All druggists refund
money if it fails to eare. SI seats
1717 Second Avenue.