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Help Cane & Co. move.
E. F. Leveen is still in tfae east on busio
Do not forget Carse & Cs. moving
J. M. Christy, of Dei Moines, is in the
city on business.
J. J. Johnson, or Omaha, is in the city
visiting old friends.
John T. Hass, of Coal Valley, was in
the city yesterday.
MitS Grace Parrell, of Frjdericfe, 111.
is visiting friends in the city .
R. Stockhouse and wife left for Chic a
go on the early train this morning. .
Mrs. T. J. Buford gives an elaborate
ante lenten euchre party this evening.
Mrs. Catherine Wivi'l, mother of Juss
tice H. C. Wiyill, is reported quite 6ick.
Attention h called to Carse & Co's. re
moval sale advertisement on another pa.
County Judge Lucian Adams has gone
south on a trip for the benefit of his
Arsenal council 171. National Union,
will have an initiation tonight and will a!
so entertain Grant council lt57, of Dav
enport. Gottlieb Weiss returned t a Springfield
last night after a week's visit at home.
He expects to complete Li.i work there
Travel over the Rock Is'and briig
Sunday amounted to: foot north, 806;
south, 817; total, 1623. Teams north,
738; south, 734; tots', 1472
Al. Timberlake has given up his posi
tion as mail messenger for tie Rock Isl
and depot and O. W. Bsughman has
been appointed to the place.
The Moline city council pisse J an or
dinance last evening to pave eighteen
blocks on Third avenue, from First to
Nineteenth 6treet, that city.
Chas. Nicholson, aged 19, had three
fingers on his left hand crushed while
coupling cars in the C, R I. & P. yards
in Moline this afternoon.
We are pleased to note an improve
ment in the condition of & iss Blanche,
daughter of Wm. Ramski'l t.nd wife, who
has been very sick with pne lmonia.
President li. R. Cable, of tbe Rock Isl
and road, arrived in the city Sunday
night and remained here ye terday, leav
ing last night for the Pacific coast .
Ben. Bollman, of Bollmaa & Co., Clin
ton, la., iB in the city, looking after a job
of hot wattr heating recently put in by
him, and finds everything V2ry satisfac
tory. The Ladies' Sewing society, of the
United Presbyterian church, will give a
valentine supper at the residence of Mrs.
F. H."Warren, 1420 Third avenue. Fri
day evening next. Supper will b-3 served
from 6 until 8 o'clock.
"Uncle John" Waraer sustained a
severe fall while alighting from a moving
street car in front of Lis residence en
Moline avenue Saturday evening, but his
injuries are not regarded at serious.
Justice Wivill rendered his decision in
the case of Adam De Graff vs. John Laur
man on Saturday evening and assessed
the damages at 5'22.6'J. The case has
Resolutions expressive of the love and
confidence of the Btudents c f Augustana
ctllege and also of the esteeta and sorrow
on the part of the Broadway church have
been received by the family of the late
Dr. Hasselquist ;a addition :o those al
ready published in The Ak-cs.
Hon. C. V. Chandler and J. E.
Chandler, of Macomb, were in the city
yesterday. The former is a representa
tive in the general assembly frsm the
Twenty-seventh senatorial district. He is
one of those crest-fallen 100 who are lead
ing the forlorn republican Lope.
The tea given by the ladies of the Epis.
copal church at the reside ice of A. E.
Lyford and wife Saturday evening was in
every way a grand success. The charm
ing way in which the guests were received
and thb delicious viands served to them
went far towards making it a thoroughly
enjoyable evening. Molina Republican.
Dr. CLeary opened his Bsries f lec
tares on "Physiology and the Laws of
Heal.h" last night at Turner's hall to a
crowded house . He is a gcod speaker
and his lecture was both entertaining and
instructive. The doctor will remain in
Rock Island sometime and his nigh'Jy
lectures will undoubtedly b-s attended by
Col. H. B. Burgh who has been con
fined to his house five weeks with lame
cess, is able to be out cf led Xhte week
for the first time in four weeks and to
move about the house with aid of
crutches. The injury of the left knee,
which the colonel sustained last August,
is of a very complicated nuture and tbe
forced retirement in consequence is a
hardship to one of Col. Burgh's heretofore
There will be a regular meeting of Bui
ford post at G. A. R. hall on the evening
of February 16, at 8 o'cloct , when a me
morial book will be presented by tbe
donor, Col. Wm. S. Brscr.ett, and re
ceived on behalf of the post by Chaplain
G. W. Gue, followed by usi.al camp fire
exercises, under direction of Gen. W. A.
Schmitt, to conclude with aa oyster sup
per. All comrades, with their families,
the Woman's Relief corps and Sons of
Veterans are expected to be present.
Rev. Dr. Taylor gave his second lecture
. at the Y. M. C. A. rooms Sunday, his
subject being "The Hly 8p xit in the New
Dispensation." The line -of thought be
gan with the incarnation of Jesas and en
c moment for bis life work by the spirit,
then tbe bestowing of the spirit on the
early church far illumination and power,
and lastly his work in conviction and re
generation of souls. The address wat
filled with references and citations of
scripture, each point being established by
Tomorrow will be Ash-Wednesday, the
beginning of the f jrty days of Lent ob
served ia the Episcopal and Roman Cath
olic churches as commerative of Christ's
forty daja' fast in the wilderness and as a
season of self denial and penitence.
At Trinity church tomorrow. Ash
Wednesday, there will be tervices at 10 a.
m. and 7:3 J p. m. Also every Wednes
day during lent at 10 a. m. and 4:30 p.
m. Friday's at 10 and 7:30. At the
chapel every Thursday at 4 :15 p. m . The
principal days of observance are Febru
ary 15, the first Sunday in Lent. February
221, second Sunday in Lent, March 1,
third Sunday in Lent, March 8, fourth
Sunday ia Lent. March 15, Passion Sun
day, March 22. Palm Sunday, March 25,
the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin
Mary, March 29. Easter Sunday.
A Jlm f True Werth.
The Commercial Travelers' association,
of Peorii. has adopted the following reso
lutions relative to the death of Conductor
J. M. Palmer, of the R. I. & P.:
Whereas. This association hs with
deep sorrow learned of the tragic death of
that true man, loving husband and kind
friend James Pitlmer, and
Whereas, We recognize the fact that
in his death not we alone, but every
traveler has lost a friend; therefore be it
Resolved, That as an association we
thus express our sorrow over his untime
ly taking off- That we will eyer keep his
memory green and hold sacred the re
membrance of his many kindly traits and
Resolved, That these resolutions be
spread upon the records of this associa
tion, be published in the city paDers and
that copies be forwarded to the "bereaved
family with whom we deeply sympathize
ia this hour of sorrow.
L- Ballenberg. )
W. W. Welch, V Com.
F. E. Kellogg. S
A very pleasant surprise was given N.
F. Titu3 at his home 536 Fifteenth street
last Saturday by about twenty-five of his
friends, it being the occasion of his twenty-ninth
birthday. Hearty congratula
tions were skowered upon Mr. Titus. A
fine supper was served, cards and social
amusements were indulged in and alto
gether a very enjoyable evening was spent.
The young people's association of the
Broadway Presbyterian "church to about
the number of 60, were entertained hst
evening by C. K. Mixter and wife at
their pleasant home, 1028 Second avenue.
Refreshments were served and the even
ing was pleasantly spent i games and
Quite a number of persors from this
c'.ty attended the ball given by the O. R.
C. at Beardstown last evening, and all
pronounce it a grand success.
IV be Kann Him?
City Marshal Miller has received a dis
patch from Phelps & Bigelow, of West
Kansas City, Mo., stating that W. A.
Hoaglund is dead there, and that his
mother probably lives in Rock Island, and
soliciting information as to the disposi
tion of the body. As far as can be learned
no one by that name lives in Rock Island
or has resided here for years. Any in
formation as to the identity of the dead
man will be gladly received by Marshal
How Sjiuiu C't a Little Tobacco.
On our homeward wcy wt encounter the
nightly i-jckIhb of Spaniard?, mulo and fe
male, you njj and old. who t-oaie into the
town on daiiy permits for tra,le or labor,
aad have to return be Core tlie for: rons gates
are closed. . tru-ne there are bet ween three
and four thousand, and many of them make
a handsome income by daily nniuggling
email quantities of tobacco, concealed by
many devices in their clothing or their
loads. Ttieir numbers are so fc'reat that,
even if the .Spanish frontier guard does not
afford some connivance, which is not very
improbable, it must be impossible to aearch
them all effectually, and the women especi
ally lire the preatest and most successful
defrauders of the Spanish revenue.
Any one who waits at the Landport gate
may ee stockings, dress improvers, and
other recesses being stuffed, coram publico,
with small jiciictn, which, as the average
profit is 70 per cent., wiil well pay the
trouble and rik of carriage. I was told of
one very successful method ot smuggling
which is much practiced. Dogs are brought
to Gibraltar from their Spanish homes.
From six toeight pounds' weight of tobacco
is tied rouud their necks, and with this
they run straight home, carefully avoiding
everybody in the shape of a custom house
officer. They are trained to crime by the
agency of men dressed in custom house
uniform, who thrasb them unmercifully,
and thus instill a wholesale horror of the
appearance of a government servant.
Nor are frauds committed upon the Span
ish excise alone. Often enough it is found
that the food supplies for the Gibraltar
market have been canningly tampered
with, as when the vendors of live turkeys
Increase their selling weight by cramming
sand down the throats of the poor birds be
fore they cross the neutral ground. Mur-
Tbe leal Market.
Basioess is picking dp on Market square again
after the cold snap, and a good many farmers are
een in town.
Gram Mora plentiful, aad today's receipt in
cloded five load of corn at 62c, two loads cf oau
Miscellaneous-Nine loads of hay at 13418,
one of coke at 15c per bo, two of coal at 10c.
Stock Bogs S3.S5.
Produce Batter aadacea ara acarce and rtullt
bring 20 and 2c per amand anl doaea, respectively.
7 Estate of A. M. R. S. Knowlton.
Claims allowed; executor's report filed
Estate ot E. H. Seiffert Claims al
lowed. Euate of T. J. Davis. Claims of E.
B. Knox, f 40, allowed in first class.
In the matter of the petition for incor
poration of the village or Reynolds. Pe
tition filed . Election fixed for Saturday,
Feb 23, 1691. opening at 8 a.m., and
continuing until ? p. m. of said day. said
election to be held at tbe effije of Martin
Schoonmiker within tbe territory pro
posed to be incorporated; that R. P.
Wait, John McAdams and William Part
ridge be appointed judges of said election
and thst noticts of the time and j.Uce of
holding said election be posted at five
put lie places within said territory at least
fifteen days prior to said election.
Estate of Mathias Paulsen. Order for
sale of reil estate to pays debts.
Guardianship of Cbistian Stahlberg.
Petition to sell real estate: leave given to
file amended petition; fame filed heariig
and decree of sale.
6 Estate of Herman Lippcll Relin
quishment of right of administration by
widow and next of kin filed; petition by
widow for the appointment of Fred Os
born as administrator; bond tied and ap
proved and letters of administration is
sued to said Fre l Osborn. JostM AI
bricbt, Isaac Conner and L. D- Edwards
The C, B. & Q has itsued the Mlow
ing new order to its men:
"Men known to be in the habit of b;
coming intoxicated shall not be taken into
the employ of this company. Station
agents, train and engine men and tele
graph operators who are known to visit
drinking places, shall be warned that they
must stop at once if they desire to remain
in the service of tbe company, and if
known to have been drunk either on or
off duty shall, as a rule, be discharged.
In special cases, and when it is tbe first
offense, superintendents and master me
chanics may. however, use their discre
tion, but if the same man be found drunk
the second time must be discharged. No
person discharge! for drunkenness shall
be employed again without the consent of
the general manager."
It is impossible to diminish poverty by
multiplication of effects; I but the best
thing to diminish the effects of a heavy
cold is Dr. Ball's Cough Syrup.
ThroBgh the Weary Honrs
Of many a night, made couVy long by its pro
tracted apony, the rheumatic sufferer tosseo to
and fro on bis sleepless coach, vainly praying for
that rest which only comes by C:e and starts.
His malady is one which ordinary medicint-aloo
otfvo fail to relieve, but there ts ample evidence
to prove that the efficient Moid depurent, Bue
tctter'g Stomach Bitters, affords the rheumatic u
reliable mean? of relief. Check the malady in
its incipient glagcg, when the first premonitory
twinges come oh, with this agreeable medicine.,
and avoid years of torture. Whatever be the
rationale of the active influence of the Biturs
n;nn this malady, certain it is that no evidence
relating to its effect is mere direct and positive
than that which relates to its action in tascs of
rhecmaticm. Like all sterling remedies, how
ever. It deserves a protracted, systematic trial,
and should not be abandoned because not at
ence remedial. It it equally efficacious in dys
pepsia, indigestion aad kindred diseases.
Highest of all in Leavening Tower.
-? vj Via. 17 . J v.i
A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold is
Elrish Cough Syrup:
Acts quickly, is perfectly tafe'and
aUtilcine ttown for aU Kidney,
5c a Bottle Samples free.
INCORPORATED U1TDEB TEX TKB STATS LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
BOCK ISLAND, ILL.,
Open daily froa 9 a. m. U p. av, aad 6aturda7jeTettU.il from ; 10 6 oVaca.
Five per oent interest paid on Deposits- Money loaned on Personal, Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security
. P. EITSOLDS. Pre. T C. D5MAJljr. TIce-Frw). i. X. BCTOBD, Ct'r.
P. L. Mitchell, P. Reynolds, P. C. Denkauaa. Jobs Crabacr. C. P. Lrtde.
i. 9. Keimera, L. Btaaoo, X. W. Banc. i. M. Safora.
Jacaaoa Hcarr, EoUdtora.
aar"WUl berl baaineea Jaly 8. 1890. aad will occupy baakiaf room with Jt:tckeU Lytda
anUl new ba&k ia easuileted. 7
J. T. DIXOJST,
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 Secocd Avenue.
Nice fresh buttercup and home-made
caramels at Krell Jb Math's.
Nice baled bay and straw by the ton by
John Evans at city tca'.es.
Tenderloin, spare ribs, pUr's feet, leaf
leard, etc., at Gilraore'a p.rk bouse.
Good fresh milch cow for sale. En
quire of N. P. F. Nelson, South Park.
Chocolate, mint, wlnlertreen, lemon
and maple cream patterns just received at
Krell & Math's.
E B. McKown sells hard wood in
lengths, cut or split; soft coal, lump and
nut, corner Fifteenth s'rtet and First
avenue. Telephone 1US.
Order ice cream in brick form and get
the bes. One or more kinds (n each
brick; turns out nice; and easy Vi serve.
Krell fc Math can supply you any time.
Progressive euchre ice cream. Each
person gels a plate of ice cream with tbe
exact cut of a card on top. When giving
card party have these and order them
from Krell & Math's.
A man who has been somewhat of a
rover says the best place in tbe three cit
ies to get a eoo 1 meal is at the Crown
restaurant, N. 1703 Secon 1 avenue, A.
B. Johnson, Prop
Wanted At 312 Seven'eenth street
Moline, a competent girl for general
work. Good waj a aol a permanent
place; only two in faa!!y. Apply at the
Will sell sov k'.-d mais Tr cts'a on'y
at the following low pr!e-.
S.igr cured hams at 9:.
shoulders a; 6s.
bacon at 8c.
" dried beef at c.
Our best boneless bam at 9c.
H. Tit KM AH &!?ON.
Seventeenth St. and Third avenue.
Hard Coal Kirks:.
$7.75 per ton for best anthracite coal,
all sizes, deliverel within city linuits. 25c
per ton discou-1 for ca'h. Indiana black
f i. 50 and Cannel coal f 6 per ton delivered,
cartage added on ail orders for less lho
one ton; carrying in 25s per ton extra
E. G. Frazsr.
Lloyd & Stewarf,
SOLS CT r R
Dunlap 1 1 eit .
U. ?. Gov't Report, Aug. 17, 1SS9.
Lever fails to Cire ail Litg troubles.
10c 25c and 5'Je Bottle?.
Lcc aid E'-osacfc trctf. t
and Liver Pills.
DrTjKjrist, Rock Tilard
In the loveliest
Shadings and combinations.
Hoes of spring and
Rammer blend in
Best of all colors
Next test thing
Prices are low.
Is your parse fall?
They are good enocg
AKK SOW SHOWING
Three Times as
A t.y o-.L r tia..:r efrit ; .tiot in tLe ty.
CLEMANN a SALZIYIANN,
N03. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Xoa. m, 123 and 138 Sixteenth Street,
TO REDUCE STOCK -
A Chance You Can't Afford to Miss.
We ara efferirg unprecedented values in
Including all of our magnificent assortment of choice
Hats and Bonnets
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
MRS. P. GREENAVJALT
1704 SECOND AVENUE,"
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
TSlOiENr & ADLER,
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street
Great Clearance Sale
SCHNEIDER'S SHOE STORE.
in OEDEB TO EIDUCE KT STOCK CF
Felt Boots and Shoes,
I wiJ offer ika for ta next SS dars at prices that will aatoauafc caayMy.
aad tecara a bargaia. TUy sicat aril rrfardfeat cast.
Sttt Fifth Avenue,
Tour needs can b supplied
With little money.
10c and 121-2cperyari
Art Draperies and
In beautiful effect.
Suitable for drapes, throws.
15c and 20c a yd-
Large a Stock of
1818 Seceid vttet
Harper Bom Block.