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THIS AB8U8, MONDAY, 2IA1ICH 2, 1096.
will wnnit i irogig ior i lion urns, dbi mni - - i - m- I mt m w a rw 1 w m M a . ni n J. i .ttv n Leaf lard at Gilmors'. The city eonaeil bat lu monthly Drink CarM a Ohwsiler' ginger mW Hit WW BVBikBy. Keep warn at small cost. Bead Mciatt re-Keck Co', ad. Try an Eri Alter and you will get Kimur wiw instead 01 mud. J. G. Jange nod family bare re. ' iron ineir u Lonis trip. Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Barnbart bare gone to Chicago for fotnre residence. A trial will convince too tbat Sweet Momenta cigarette are tbe do. Another price tumble in jacket! and far cape at Mclntyre-Reta Co'. Read ad. Kai, Kai. Kai. These are tbe pop. alar wasb silk. Big stock open at sacwaoe uro'. Great values in silks not to be do. plicated again in 1996, inst received at McCabe Bros'. Anat Jemima will serve pancakes iree 10 every no jv tomorrow at Ale Cabe Bro. store. X rays will not penetrate an Erie filter; neither will tbe mud. See one at Davis company'. Annt Jemima will jerre pancakes free to everybody tomorrow at Mc Cabe Bros, store. Internal revenue amonnttne to ti.w was collected last week by Deputy James Lamont. Did you ever see the like of it? A whale armful of groceries at V. C. Msncktr's for 0 cents. Aunt Jemima will serve pancakes free to everybody tomorrow as Mc Cabe Bros', store. Sharp redactions In seasonable f oods will make things bustle at Mo-ntyre-Reck Co's. See ad. The funoral of Mrs. Hsnna Thorn ton was held from St. Joseph's church at 9 o'clock this morning. G. F. Comers, of St. Joe, Mo., is in the city demonstrating the merits of Annt Jemima's pancake floor. New potatoes, bead lettuce, spin ach, oyter plant, cauliflower, toma toes and radishes at lies Bros. 8ome blanket bargains at Mcln. tyre-Reck Co's. this week which will appeal to the saving housewife. Read ad. Tbe marriage of William Vemere and Miss Km ma Fit-gel was cele brated Saturdav evening at the real, deace of S. A. Allan. Magistrate (V. . Schroedor officiated. Printed Habutai silks, evening shades and dark colors, cream Jap wash silks, plain China silks educat ors, this wrk 41 cent, all 41 cents .a yard, at McCabe Bros'. John lick cntrrtained a company of friends Saturday evening in honor of his Stub birthday anniversary at bis home at 2112 'Fourth avenue. Refreshments were served and sev eral hours pleasantly whllsd away. tt isn't necessary to take chance of being drowned by crossing tbe river to buy 1 wortb of tea to get CO cents worth of groceries free, when W. C. Miocker will sell you 60 cents wortb ot tea and givesyoa f 1 worth of groceries fr e. The comic opnra. Sylvester," will be at the Hurt is opera bouse April 9. ami at the Davenport Tnrner opera bouse April 6 and 12. Syl vester" Is a comic Ofvra 1 by Theo R. Reese. Tickets for reserved seats for sal by John Martens, 1704 Third avenne. The boilding committee Saturday afternoon accepted the hardware of tbe Russell & Kroia Manufacturing Co., of New Britain. Conn., for fur nishing the court bousa. last even. Ing the committee with County Clerk Kobler, Circuit Clerk (limbic and Contractor Lark in went tnt. Lou.' on a mstallio furniture inspection tour. All persons holding tickets for the T. M. C. A. lecture course are re quested to present them at the Asso ciation fllce in exchange for seat in Harper's theatre, where the De Motte lecture will be given.- After Tues day noon seats will be on sale to tbe public. Bring or send yonr ticket at once. No extra charge for re serving teats. ' There was a stampede among the occupants of a certain quarter on Second avenne Saturday night when It was announced that the police were planning a raid. But it proved to be none other than the mayor on one ot bis nocturnal visitations; and when he arrived be had a aimilar ex. perience to Mother Hubbard the places were bare. In one establish ment the cceunaat escaped through window and it was a lively scene all Awarded Highest Honors World' Fair, DO; W m SBaak. M CHEAT.! 1 mm perm MOST PERFECT MADE. A port Oar Cream of Tartar Powder. Pie rem Aimnonu, AMn or any other adulterant. JUU THK STAHDAJtO. aronnd foi a short time. were no arrest. Ml Ella Wright, daughter of Mr. and Mr. Ancel Wright, was given a very pleasant party at her home, 250 Fifth Avenue. Friday afternoon. It was the occasion of her 9th birth day, and a number of her little friends assembled and spent the af ternoon in a very happy manner at game and other amusements. In tbe evening a delicious supper was served and the event proved most pleasant in every respect. The lit tle miss received a larze number of handsome presents. The mild form - of punishment meted ont to Miss Elizabeth Flakier by a ashinton indee for the .mur der of the little colored boy has thoroughly aroused the colored peo ple there, and it was the subject of many gatherings at the capital ves- . .i . . ... . . -.. tvruav. ooin uen. r lacier ami tha judge have made public explanations of Miss Flagler's plea of guilty to in- vuiuniary manslaughter, ana the nat ural penalty lor such crime, but the race -is highly indignant over the extreme leniency shown. For over two hours beginning at 1 o'clock yesterday afternoon the ma chinery at tbe Rock Island water works was stopped -while the pipe connecting the two pumps was being detached. Moline furnished enotisrh pressure during the interim to keep people down here from sufferine tbe need of water, although the flow was very weak. In disconnecting the waterworks pomps it makes them both independent and alleviates the disadvantage Superintendent Wil- cber says he has been under when the supply increases to any great extent. P. MAHER IS ASSAULTED. A farmer Rock Island Newapaper Cat by That la Chicago. Chicago. March 2. Patrick Us her, a newspaper correspondent from Rock Island, was assanlted and badlr cut by two negroes on State street this morning. Maher. who is stop ping at the Lansing hotel, was walk ing on State street at 2 o'clock this morning, when he met two colored men who seemed bent on creating trouble. Maher was soon enza?ed in discussion with the men, when both of them attacked him. One drew a razor and cut Maher on the left side of the face, inflicting a long and pain ful wound. The police removed Maher to Mercy hospital and theno-i to the Lansing hotel. The negroei made their escape. lusher formerly resided in Rock Island, but of late years has- been connected with the San Francisco Town Topics, visiting Rock Island at intervals. He has relatives in Rock Island and numerous friend here. Ed. - The- Merry World." . The Merry World" which comes to the Burtis next Wednesday even ing, is said to give a delightful re viow of the various dramatio celebri ties of the day, with sketches from the plays in which they are best anown. it is a melange of comic and serious drama, opera, comedy and tragedy, tbat is said to be very interesting, sucn artists as Miss Amelia Summerville as Trilby, Marie Laurens as Madeline, Jeanette Bageard as Little Billee. David War. lield in bis artistic Hebrew represen tations, Lee Harrison as Napoleon. Willard Simms in bis various spe cialties. Randolph Carry as Wang. Kittle Lawrence as "Little Trooper," and 60 others, combine to make one f the best companies now before the public "The Merry World" will be given in its entirety exactly as pre- M-ntcti at the .er lork Casino in New York, and all theatre-iroins? people of tho three cities wiil no doubt avail themselves of this oik portunity to see this magnificent production. Tery (ml. W. C. Maucker makes a verv lib eral offer for this week in honorof our newly arrived citizens who are con nected with the Peaslce Shoe com pany: One pound of good green tea.... 50c One bottle vanilla extract free One bottle lemon extract free One pound starch free One quart of saner kraut free One quart of navy beans.. free One quart of scotch peas free One pound California prunes., free une pound raisins, three-crown free One bar Laundry soap free ii any oi the above enumerated ar ticles prove anything but first-class. the entire purchase price will be re funded by me. W. C Maucker, Corner Fourth avenue aad Seven teenth street. Tm Wtaec. Fair this afternoon; enow flurries tonight and Tuesday; colder tonight and Tuesday morning; northerly wmus. xouay temperature 2b. F. J. Walx. Observer. The Tiaas tor BalMlat ' Up the system is at this leason. The cold weather Las made unusual drains upon the . vital forces. The blood has become impoverished and impure, and all the function of tbe body sutler in consequence, iiood barsaparilla is the great builder, be cause it is the one true Diooa pqri Cer and nerve tonic. Hood's Pills become the favorite catbartie with all who use them. All druggist. 25 cents. ava aa Baal Ik 1Mb? If Tntl fcav .nn MAhaklt'liMii a .-ll-l. 1 i .i . . . mejuicine uii roiey aoney aad Tar to seal your lung and atop tbe racking eouga incidental to this uasB. ioi aniens a, r. stauaea'e dxngatore. Gladness Comes iith a better understanding' of the y ' transient nature of the many phys ical ilia which vanit.li before proper ef fortsgentle efforts pleasant efforts ngnuy aircctco. lliere is comfort in ths knowledge that so many forms of sickness are not doc to any actual dis ease, but simply to a constipated condi tion of the system, which tho pleasant family laxative, tjyrupof FitfR. prompt ly removes. That is why it is the only remedy with millions of families, and is everywhere esteemed so highly bv all who value good health. Its beneficial effects are due to the fact, that it is the one remedy which promotes iutecnal cleanliness, without debilitating1 the organs on which it acts. It is therefore ail important, in order to get its bene ficial effects, to note when von irar- chase, that yon have the genuine article, which is manufactured by the California Vig Syrup Co. only, and sold by ail rep utable druggists. If in the enjoyment of good health, and the system is regular, then laxa tives or other remedies are not needed. Ii afflicted with any actual disease, one may bo 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 Figs stands highest and is most largely aed and gives most general satisfaction. HE88 i Boii'! MARCH 1st BILL OF FARE i FOR SUNDAY DINNER: liead Lettuce, Spinach, Cauliflower, Tomatoes, New Beets, Radishes, Pineapples, Oranges, Choice Eating Onions, Oyster Plant, Bunches Bananas, Strawberries, Celery, Oysters, Apples. The above are all up to the standard of ex cellence, and we will be pleased to get von anything in the market not mentioned there WVVVVVVV s HOES! Still going at re ductions which t you cannot afford to - miss. Must have room for SPRING STOCK. Removal Shoe Sale Prices still on. THE BOSTON Shoe Qtoro. Bring 10 Cents AND TOUR OLD SWINTOJi'S SPELLER AXD GET Reeds Word Lessons, 1.000 JDST RECEIVED AT " C. C. TAYLOR'S . 171 SECOND AVENUE, ' Stoves and Ranges ALL STYLES and SIZES. ' .; None Better Every stove aold on a posi tive guarantee. CaU and examine the , LARGEST ACT BUST stock ot Stoves In the three cities at DAVID DOM'S 1615-1617 Second Arenue. Hold Fast To a good thing when yon get it. When yon find confectionery . or - bakery i where every- - thing is pure, fresh and first class, whero yon are treated courteously, and where the prices are reasonable, there's little use in looking for anything better. Krell & Math Have the place that just fills the bill to a dot. Try their bread today. It is the talk of the town. Everybody likes it. It baa also all the strengthening particles of the wheat. :.: TRY A LOAF. :-: KRELL & MATH Oonfootlonory. Phone 1156. 1716-1718 Second Ave. THE BARGAIN CENTER Dry Goods Co. 1709 and 171 1 Second Avenue, Rock Island, TO. j A HUSTLING BARGAIN WEEK. "Je have tome very attractive seasonable good ; which are not attractive just now to ns tor excellent private reasons. Whatever part of these vou can use will pay yon handsome dividends. . BLANKETS. , 100 pairs 63c, full size Cotton Blankets. 42c. . 50 pair9, heavy Cotton Blankets, f 1 value at 58c 20 pair gray Wool Blankste, worth 2.25. at 1.32. 20 pairs fine heavy White Blankets. $i value at I1.S2. 15 pairs white Wool Blankets, full size, value t2.98. are now 1.98. 6 pair very handsome $ 10 and $12 California all wool fancy Blankets, will find lncky owners at only 7. 25 pair child's fine and soft Crib Blankets, worth $1.25. at 75c. COMFORTS. 50 Bed Comforts, value $1.25, $1.38 and 1.50, your choice 98c. One lot very fine Bed Comforts at 218 and 12 63. go no at 11.68. COTTON. BITTING. 1,500 batts good, clean Cotton at 4c, 1,203 batts extra nice, clean Cotton, 15c ones at 10c. KID GLOVES. !'jI"e.Pl!s,K!d Glow, 4 bandaoms peirl bo tons tlx snswkir, regular i.S6gloTe.p rpair.75c Oalr laupalra. 1896 WRAPPERS. Big sleeve Wrappers in several styles, $1 ones, price to start, 75c Wrappers with new sailor collars, or with raffle yokes, will be $1.25 later, price to start. 98c Wrappers with new style yoke, or with fall ruffle, big sleeves, wide skirts and corset lining, should be $1.50. bnt price to start, $1.25. Other pretty Wrapper at $1.38 and $1.62, worth $168 or $2. House Wrappers 15 Flannelette Wrappers drop from $1 to 63c 35 stylish Wrappers, elegant big sleeves, at $1.98 and $2.38, now $1.38. DRESS GOODS. Silk and Wool Plaids, nsnal $1.50 value at 98e. 25 pieces very pretty spring Dress Goods, light and dark effects which were to be 50c, this week at 39c . New black swivel Mohairs at 34c 60c shot Mohairs, very desirable, only 33c . Kpw 43 Inch bLet figured Vohalr. vjrr 1 a.d torn patteraa, vales $l.i.atsc . Sew apring plaid Drew Good, pretty atjbr, eolr t e. JACKETS AND FUR CAPES. ?0 rho'.M winter Jacket, rk-ptnt iarce r'e re, arwwat tr?a, o at $7 60 T r.alalo-a arc f Sand llR.ou'T IT.Mi. 15 For Caaea lake a bit amh ihi week ir-MB 1 1 1 Id BS. IOrgini irar t apes, tlf full ewxepts, rich jr ilk liatd.ge traaa ttl and S5 IO $? 60. . fox- 33ct"fcy Stiagrgrios HmM if Grand Sprine Display of Carpet and Furniture Now On CLEMANN & SALZMANN :-: Call and Look it Over. Corner Second Avenue and Sixteenth Street. e "'Tis An Ill-Wind That Blows Nohody Some Good." Kahnt Schoenbruti & Co. DOLLARS for 50c The firm of Kahn, Schoenbrun & Co., corner Market and Adams streets, Chicago, manufacturers of Men's Fine Clothing, busted a few weeks ago. M & K Were on hand and bought the cream of this New Spring Stock at about half price. Already have these goods been received and await your inspection. Every garment is a Union-Tailor-Made, which insures perfection in fit as well as trimming and workmanship You 11 be surprised to see th Fine Suits we are selling for a mere triv a1. mm away. Under ordinary circumstances we could not begin to buy the raw material at toe P"ce we are selling these suits complete. Thus it is an ill-wind that blows nobody Some good. 'Twas an ill-w:nd for K , S. &'Co but our customers are getting the good. '