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Dancing school at Armory hall tonight.
E. 8. Bowmen is borne from Iowa City
lo spend Sunday.
Call and examine our machine.'!, at
1913 Second arenu.
Oil, needles and repairs for stw.oe
machines at 1913 Second avenue.
Good fresh milch cow for tale. 32a
quire f N. P. F. Ndson, South Park .
A good corner lot. convenient to lo wer
factories, for sale by Qao. W. D. Harris.
Remember tbe best place to buy a
Singer sewing machine is at 1913 Second
Conductor Tom Fu ler, of the C. M.
& St. P. is back on his train again look
ing hale and hearty.
The funeral of the late Conductor J.
M. Palmer will be held from the Baptist
church at 2 p. m. tomorrow.
A good lot, 40x130, with barn, on
Ninth avenue near Twentieth street, for
sale by Geo. W. D. Harris.
Frank Shinstrom, of Big Island, died
this morning of cancer, and will be btried
tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock.
A good lot on Sixth avenue between
Twenty eighth and Twenty-nintu streets
for sa'e cheap by George W. D. Harris.
Two high and dry lots, corner of Eiht
and-a-half avenue and Twenty-oevunth
streets, for sale cheap by Gdorge W. D.
A fine high and dry lot, well located on
tbe bluff, in RoJn an's sub division, for
sa'e at a great sacrifice, by Geo. W. D.
Mrs. E. B. Sargent, who has been vis
iting with the family of Supt. S. S.
Eemble, left this morning "or her home
An elegant new line of chamber suits
ana tuning taoies ana ew patten. s in
carpets arriving everyday at Kacn &
The executive committee of the RdcU
Island county farmers' institute met ut tbe
court house this afternoon and dscilod to
hold the ntxl institute at Birstow, Feb.
Clemann & Salzmann, the tireless toil
ers in the furniture and carpet trade, are
receiving new goods every d iy in furni
ture and carpets of the latest and m3t
Ulemann & a ilzmann received toa iy a
telegram from the manufacturers of those
bargain bedroom sets stating that a car
load lad just been shipped. Thev will
arrive here some time next week .
A special tram will run from Cabls to
Hock Island tomorrow morning at 11
o'clock, on .account of the funeral of
Conductor Palmer, and one wi.! be
run from Peoria, reaching here at noon,
both returning after the services.
An entertainment was given r.t the
Twenty-ninth street Christian chapel
last evening, which was attended by an
audience in eiz3 beyond the accommoda
tions of the house. A number of rloe
magic lantern views were given, a ad 523
cleared for the benefit of the chapel.
Rev. C. E. Taylor will deliver h s sec
ond lecture to young men in the Y . 51. C.
A, rooms tomorrow at 3:30 p. in. He
will speak on the "Work of the Holy
Spirit, as shown in the New Testt.ment '
A short song seryice with two special se
lections from a male quartette wi 1 pre
cede tbe address.
Ernest SDmmer.accompanisd by his sis
ter, Miss Rosa, will leave for Chicago
thiB evening to attend the mirriage of
their brother, Elward, formerly of this
city, which takes place early next week
At the residence of A. E. Lvford in
Moline this evening, the Episcopal ladies
give a supper and art entertainment. All
are cordially invited. Supper 35 cents
Supper from 6 to 8 p. m. The blue line
of cars will go direct, and a cr will be
in waiting to return up to 9:30 p. m.
The Builders Sand and Gravel com
pany was organized at Davenport Tburs
day evening and is composed of tae con
tractors and builders of the three cities,
with a capital stock of $15,00.). The
company has purchased the Line Star
with dreJge boat and other parar hern alia
owned and operated by Goos-j & Bueber
in the sand business, and will do u general
sand and gravel and towing business.
Dr. R. F. Weidner will preach
memorial Bermon on the late Dr. T. Is
Hasselqui-t at Augustana college chapel
tomorrow morning to which all wi.l be
welcomed. The funeral on Mor day will
be attended by a very great nuncber from
abroad. The ten Swedish Lutheran min
isters from Chicago have all sent word
that they intend to be present, i.nd as it
will be necessary to reserve nearly all the
room for the mourners, and for ministers
and prominent citizens from abroad,
the hro will lip in state inCible hall
from 9 to 11:30 a. m.. to give toe many
friends unable to find room in the chapel
an opportunity to take a last look at the
remains. A plaster cast of his features
was successfully taken Thurediy nigbt
Rev. R. F. Sweet returned latt evening
from a ten days' business trip to Sandford
and Jacksonville, Fla . his hurried jour
ney to the sunny southern climes, where
the temperature is 87 above, and where
out of-door bathing is a favonto p astime
now, having occupied seven nights of his
time while away. During hie s iort visit.
Mr. Sweet was the guest of his old friend
Rev. Lyman Phelps, who is one of the
most successful and extensive orange
growers in the state, and who now has
l40Tanetiea oa his place. Mr 8weet
brought back with him two clusters of
oranags, one containing 10 and the other
16 oranges, jun as tbey grew and they
will be on exhibition at Truesd ale's gro
cery Moaday to all who m-iy wish to see
the luscious fruit just as it grows.
A Tti- Jity 0c&air.atioB I'urari aa
Mirtfr IIarof Wtik tab-Height
The Tii-City Bricklayers' union has
been perfected and offices elected and
sta led as follows:
President Henry Girstan?.
Vice resident -Patrick Rooney.
Corresponding Secretary Chas. Frick.
Financial Sjretary A. Burg.
Treasurer Frank Hendrickson.
Sargeant-at Arms John Peterson .
The union has formally notified all
contractors and builders that commenc
ing March 1 next the bricklayers would
demand nine hours to constitute a day's
work at 45 cents per hour on all jobs,
except those known to be already let or
under headw-iy, wbich will be fiaisaed at
the old scale of wages.
IN DEATH'S EMBRACE.
SKiM 1,. Kllix. or Cable. PtiNP
From Karth lb Faneraf.
Caelk, Feb. 6. Lottn Lulu, dauehter
of R. B, Ellis aud wife, passed to tigher
life on Wednesday, at 9 p. m., after a
severe illness of eight weeks. She leaves
with her aged parents, three brothers and
four sisters, T. H. and C.B.of Rjck Island.
Albert E., and Mrs. L'zzie Beers, M s.
Florence Lando, Mrs. Kate Gradv and
Mrs. Mary Rhode, of Cable. She was 25
years oi age. The funeral services
took place at 1 p. m. today. Although
for many years the family have been, and
are firm believers in the harmonical phil
osophy or spiritual doctrine, yet upon
this occasion all the business of the vil
lage was practically suspended, schools
were closed, the Congregational church
opened the doors of their magnificent
church, and georgouslr decorated with
fresh creen flowers. Rev Smith, of the
M. E. cbtrca, kindly gave his services
on bthair or her relatives and
friends and deliverd a splendil
invocation and discourse from the
preparation for the occasion. The
Congregational church choir rendered
their services by giving some of their
choicest music among which was one of
Lottie's own pieces of music. "Only a
Thin Veil Betwet n us." After viewing
the remains all marched to the grave,
where Rev. Mr Smith delivered a beau
tiful poem, "Just Across the River,"
when the services closed in the usual
For the extreme liber hty of the church.
the kindness of Rev. Mr. Smith and all
the rest of the friends who assisted in
performing the last services of the des
parted, a mark of gratitude w.ll be im
printed upon the memory of all her rela
tives and friends.
The pall-bearers were: P. .H John
son, John Jones, Matbew Dawson, Geo.
Lawson, Joe Lawson, Wm Miller, Hen
ry Miller, Aug Nelson. Geo. Thompson,
John Schroeder, A. Had click and Geo.
Crose ifc Black well s lust received at
N ee fresh buttercups and home-made
caramels at Krell & Math's.
Nice baled hay and straw by the ton by
John Evans at city scales.
Tenderloin, spare ribs, pig's feet, leaf
leard. etc., tt Gilmore's pork house.
Wanted A good boy. A. Hilde
brandt, corner Third avenue and Twenty-
Chocolate, mint. winterLTeen, lemon
and maple cream patterns just received at
Krell & Math s.
IS. $. Mcivown selis nara wood in
lengths, cut or split; soft coal, lump and
nut. corner Fifteenth street and First
avenue. Telephone 1198.
Order ice cream in brick forms and get
the best. One or more kinds in each
brick; turns out nice; and easy to serve
Krell & Math can supply you any time.
Progressive euchre ice cream. Each
person gets a plate of ice cream with the
exact cut of a card on top. When giving a
card party bav these and order them
from Krell & Math's. -A
man who has been somewhat of
rover says the best place in the three cit
ies to get a eood meal is at the Crown
restaurant, No. 1708 Second avenue. A.
B. Johnson, Prop
wantedAt 332 Seventeenth street
Moline. a competent girl for general
work, uood wagts and a permanent
place; only two in family. Apply at the
E. E. Parmenter, attorney ac iaw
Makes collections, loans money and will
attend to any legal business intrusted to
him. Office, postoffice block. Rock Isl
and, Ills. cs&wly
The ral Market.
Bae'.nees on Market square wai about tbe same
as the past few dy and no important change in
price has occurred.
Orain Still comics in slow and the receipt In
eluded three load cornS05Sc ; two loads oata
4-4&44c and en loads or nay avm per ton
Hmrs Live tS.2Tt3 40 Der cwt.
Prodnce Butter and ecca remain about the
came 'c22c per pound and doxen respectively.
Hard Coal Xarkat.
$7.75 Der ton for best anthracite coal,
all sizes, delivered within city limits, 25c
per ton discount for cash. Indiana black
$1.50 and Cannel coal $6 per ton delivered,
cartage added on all orders for less than
one ton; carrvmg in sac per ton extra.
E. G. Fbazsb.
0 B- 0.
All offictrs and members of the
O R. C. are reouested to meet at their
rooms in A O. U. W. building at 1 p
m. sharp Sunday, Feb. 8. to attend in i
body the funeral of our lata brother, J
M. Palmer L. L BrjRCH.C.C.
V7. H. Hyde, S. T.
Any father who goes out and puts tar
nn the Iod of his front gate after dark
must be lost to all sense of humanity.
Not so the one who buys a bottle or ut
Bull's Cough Syrup lor the ramuy.
The cbewinir eiim business heran nn
small Kcale ftonir thirty rears hko. It was
inen mantUm-mrpd and used principally
in New Ensland. This nrticle w. mAo
from the guru of the t;iruce tire. Another
ainu or Kuro was ami is mn ln from paraf
fine. There wa a prejudice at first against
mannfacturvd chewing Kiim. and rears
cliil.iren -.vfrc toM tint the stuff
:le of "ni'r-vrV htvU "
The raw n:iterinl of chewing crtm tni.l
today come from the Mexican cliiclezapute
Tiat is the fctalT "tutti frntii'
made of. Tiit; htorv r-ins that a Yantcpo
the naiii of Ad.ims importol the Mexi
l crtim to h ive it take the nlace of cruttn-
ixrcha or soft. r;il;er, but the experiment
hni. AMiira a v he liroke oir n liit of
stuff and r!irn-ml it. T
m the lilt ion of rutin iif.M-turini; the sub-
mce i .no c lu"vi!! 4 trnni. The lms:ieg is
whou--l ;. a -ix story tmililin and
i'es 'iiii 'nv:i,f nt to over ivi twcitlr
The Way to Park Apple.
Piissin through Washington market 1
not a i.::in in one of the liiif commission
stores ia.'vl.ite anplfs in a barrel. What
struck me a Ik inn decidedly peculiar about
this ordinarily commonplace operation was
the fact that he picked out the Litrgest
apples and put them in the lot torn of the
barrel. "Why do you put the bis ones in
the bottom:-'" I inquire 1 with no little curi
osity. I!.- frave me h knowing wink as he
replied: "Oh. they open the harrels at the
bottom nowadays." Xo further explana
tion was m cessary. New York World.
An l'x-Mayor of New York.
A. O.'llceV It.'ill. U'lm uail 1.1 1 mnrA, ..f
tw York in the old Tuwil iluv i-m rx
soen.ilorii; the Straw! almost every day, still
looking wen sm neartv. lie has a quiet
ome and efiiis to be very well couteiited
rith Hie, ileclarirg ti at a man can buy a
treat, tieal in England fr what he earns.
and litres i-ot s;-i i.i to want a.- nmeh as in
ie United Stnt-c. Loudon Ct.it. Atlanta
or Little Tommy.
"Vent's tbe matter with -cu today.
roniKivr You scviu to e rr. j;kv."
"I am," said the bad littli x " Yos-
far-lay was pa's and rua'a ;n wed
ding, aud Jill the n-!'libjr scat Vmshit-
5." New York i.';m.
T'.iv I.nver's T!iaiikiivini;.
L -t Wi lie yoXut a winu. jtT
dariii: j. yon zrv too trixvl!"
'Er ivt me liolp you to tvro wiyf .
American G ;-.nTr,
Indirriant Citizon Dnu't you see those
two boys down there smoking cigarettes?
Why" don't you arrest them?
Policeman Fact is. Mr. Taxpay, one
of them is my son, and the other is your
Citizen Um er very pleasant
weather we're having. Good News.
PROTECT TOUR HEALTH.
Colli and moisture combined have a torper'.rirg
effect upon tle bodily organs, and Ac d'.geclive
and recretive processes are apt to be more tardi
ly performed in winter than in the fall . The umc
is true. alo, of the excretory t auctions. 1 he
bowels are often elnpgisn, and the pores f the
skin throw off but little warte matter at this sea
son. Tne system, tberoiore. requires openinsuo
a little, and also purifying and regulating, and tbe
sajest, surest ana mot inoroujrD tonic ana a ter
ative that can be used for these purposes is Ho
tetter's ftomacb Bitters. Perous vbo wii-h to
e'eaj the rheumatic twinires, the dyspt c
asonie. tbe painful diVurbauces of tbe bowels,
tbe billions attacks, and tbenervou vi-itation.
common at thic time or tne year, r.l Co well to
reinforce their systems with this reoowned vege
table stomachic and lBYlcorant. It improves the
appetite, strengthens tbe stomach, cheers the
spirits, and renovates tbe whole pny.ique.
Highest of all in Leavening Tower.
A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold is
Irish Cough Syrupy
Acts quickly, is perfec'Jy safe'&ad never fai'.i to core all Lung troaV.ee.
TRY IT. 10c, 23c a,nd 50c Bottlei.
Medicine known for ail Kidney, Luce and Stomach trouble. It
Thomas' Kidney and Liver Pills.
fc a Bottle Swrplfe free.
INCORPORATED USD KB TEX THX BTATX LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
BOCK ISLAND, ILL.,
Open daily trom t a. m. to 4 p. n., aad Sturdayvenicj. from 7 to 6 o'clock.
Five per cent interest paid on Deposits. Moner loaned on Personal, Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security
B. P. R1YKOLDS. Praa. r C. DEXEMANM, Tlc-PrM. 1. K. BCPORD, Cask ler.
F. L. Mitchell. S. P. Reynold, F. C. Denkaana. John Crabaikra. C. f. Lytic,
i. i. Relmera, L. Suaop, X. W. Barst, J. K. Baierd.
Jacaaos M Baacr, Solicitor.
fVWill begin boatnea Joly 1, 1890, acd will occupy bark'.nc roost wttl H'.tchaU A Lyx.6
iitil new baak 1 conoletod.
The taxes for 18M are bow dee acd
payable 1 the township collector at tbe
County Treasurer's offlse in the court
house. Owners of real estate are re
quested to bring their lal year's tax re
ceipts in order to save time in Coding tbe
description of their property on tbe
books. David Fit eg era ld.
Kotk I r land, Illinois, commeacicf
Monday Evening, Feb. 9th.
Physiology and the Laws
of Health, by
A. O'LEARY, M. D,
The eminent Pby-iologit of Boston,
Widnly known throuchnut toi. country and in
Surope rs a lecturer en the above acd kindred
topics. These lectures wi 1 be iteiively illus
trated with the finent collril .n in America of
Models. Manikins Skeleton and Pantihs.
Thefir-t lectuie will he free; front seat will be
reserved for ladies. o room for m:ll boys lis
ters accompanied by their pa:ccia.
J. M. BEAK 1S LET,
ATTORXKT AT LAW-Oflce with J.
worthy. I?a5 Second Avenue.
ATTORSBT8 AT LAW. OJBce in Rock Ialaad
Kational Bank Buildirg. Kivk Island, in.
B. D. SWBIXCT. O. U WaLCIk.
SW1 EET & WALKER,
ATTORXETS AND CXlUXSKLLORS AT LAW
Omee In heneston's block, ttotk l.i-'l. I".
McEXiltY & McEMRV,
ATTORXET'S AT LAW Loan moyor cood
security, make coUectioos. Keftrerice, Miich
il A Lynde. banker. Offlee la PostotSc block.
THE DAILY ARttUS.
R SALS BVKHY EVBXINO at Cracsxs'a
News Stand. Five eenta per copy.
DRS. BUT11ERF0RD k BUTLER,
GRADUATES OF THK ONTARIO VETERXA
ry eoilere, Veternary Physician an Sargeexs.
Offioe i Tindair Livery stable; Kesidecce: Over
Acleas Bakery, market square.
WM. 0. KUIP.D. D.S.
OFFICE REMOVED TO
Rooms N, tT, 23 aad J9,
Take E2eratr. DAVEXPOET. IA.
J. M. GASPKD,
Library BuUdlDC. DkTenport, Iowa, Ca'.l for
Limaiet and see work bef jr oic to Chicago
-U. S. Gov't Report, Aug. i;, 1SS9.
Druggist, Rock Island
In tbe loveliest
Shadings and combinations.
Haes of spring and
Summer blend In
Best of all colors
Next t-est thing
Prices are low
Is your purse full?
Teey aie cccd tnerg
AEK NOW SHOWIXO
Three Times as
As ary o'.her similar
CLEMANN & SALZMANN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nos. 124, 126 and 123 Sixteenth Str-rU
Successor to Adameon & Ruick,
Shop Nineteenth St., bet. First and Second Avenue,
GeneralJobbing and Repairing promptly don.
JSPSecond Hand Machinery bought, sold and rt paired.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOHN & ADLER,
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street
J. T. DIXOJST,
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
Great Clearance Sale
SCHNEIDER'S SHOE STORE.
19 ORDER TO REDUCE MT STOCK OF
Felt Boots and Shoes,
I will offer iketa for t next S3 day at
aa4 Mcore a barjaU.
tm Fifth Arenue,
Your needs can be t crplled
10c and 12 l-2c per yarfl.
Art Draperies and
In beautiful effects.
Suitable for drapes, Lbrows,
1 5c and 20c a yd.
Large a Stock of
c - rbkrhat - ct in tte c.:y.
Rock Island, 311.
price Uat IQ aatoniafe everybody. Cots earl
The mH el rerardle of cott.
1818 Second iruar,
Erper Boom Block.