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City council meeting tonight .
March eeems to be coming; in like a
D. Roy Bo wlby left for Cticago this
Frank P. . Welch went t) Chicago
J. Silas Leas cttrted for Cticago last
evening on business.
The collections at the Rock river toll
bridge for February were $191 20.
J. L Boll man and wife came down from
Fulton and spent Sunday in the city.
Margaret Malber, the famous trage
dienne, appears at Harper's theatre next
Fuller Smith, the river pilot, will move
his family to Clinton and hereafter make
that his home.
Money to loan by the Rock Island
Building and Loan association at 6 per
cent Tuesday evening.
Fred II ass is recovering fron his late
attack of quinsy and will be able to be
out in a fw days.
The dancing school given on Saturday
evenings is drawing large crow. Is and be
coming quite popular.
L. H. Pender, yard master of the Fort
Wayne yards in Chicago, returned t his
home in Chicago yesterday.
Henry B. Remley, of Rock Inland, and
Miss Alice Sutton, of Coal Va.ley, were
married by Justice Hawes Saturday.
The sale of reserved seats for Marg aret
Mather opens at the Harper house phar
macy tomorrow morninjj at 8 o'clock.
Stamp Deputy M. Lee Gah's collec
tions for February were: from tobacco,
6 15; cigars. $346 50; beer, 12.127 50;
Mrs. M. Levy entertained about twenty-five
of her lady friends at a 5 o'clock
tea at her home on Eighteenth street on
Though nothing has been heard at the
Reck Island house of the missing pastry
cook, Mary McFadden, it is understood
she is now at her home at Colona.
E. T. Turner, formerly agent f.f the
Adams Express company in this city, is
lying very sick at his old home in Mt.
Carmel and is not expected to recover.
E. I. Leveen. of the London Clothing
company, goes to Centralia Wednesday
night to superintend the gracd spring
opening of the London's store there.
Wm. McEniry and wife returned from
their viit to New Orleans this morn'mg,
accompanied by Miss Anna Cleary, Mrs
McEniry's 6ister, who will visit in Rock
The Misses Etta aod Julia Levi will
entertain about twenty-five of their
young friends with a progressive cinch
party at their pleasant home en Second
avenue this eyening.
The furnishing goods store cf J. A.
Johnson, 1608 Third avenue, Moline, was
closed by Deputy Sheriff Silvia this morn
ing, on a confession of judgment for
$2,602.78 in favor of Chas.Whetle r.
Lieut Burgh writes Johnny IUymond
that there may be SO or more K. P 's
from Davenport, Moline and Rock Isl
and. A special train over the Q has
been chartered, ani a guarantee of 65
has been met already. Clinton Age.
Sherman memorial services were held
at the First M. E. church in Divenport
yesterday afternoon and also at Snowies'
hall in Moline. At the Davenpcrt meet
ing Rev. G. W. Gae, of this city, preach
ed the sermon .
The subscription masquerade given at
Turner hall on Saturday evening was
largely attended, about seventy-five cou
ple being present. One of Mrs. Her
kert's customary fine suppers was en
joyed and B'euer's orchestra furnished
the music. .
Rev. W. S. Marquis delivered his first
lecture on the fourfold gospel an written
by Matthew at the T. M. C A. rooms
yesterday afternoon. There was a good
attendance of young men and m iny ins
valuable points of interest were brought
out by the speaker. His illustrations
were admirable. Next Sunday Mr. Mar
quis will have a diagram prep ared for
each one present. The gospel according
to Mark will be the theme. O. II. Creel
has also consented to sing a eolo.
A letter from Col. D. W. Flagler to a
friend in this city, gives the lateit news
of the family so well and favorably known
in the tri cities. The future home of the
Flaelers will be in Washington, though
Clem latelv Graduated from West loint,
and is stationed at Wiliit's Point, Long
Island, N. Y. The letter concludes with
the statement that both the color el and
his wife are still greatly attached to their
former home on the island, and much pre
fer it to the gay capital. Moline Jour
Her' a Paiutrr, XI r. Wt
One of Boss Wells' mail carriei
a dollar in one of the business hot
his route Saturday morning, at
morning when confronted with th
sation acknowledged the theft and
over the dollar to the person from
it had been stolen. Here is a pole
our model postmaster who is so sol
of the service under his ad minis
SoUes to Bncklay.ra.
The charter of the bricklayers union
will be closed after the meeting on Tues
day, March 3. All wishing to become
charter members must join by that time
No wonder policemen are food fighters;
they are able to stand up alter gooa
The razor is so-called, of course, be
cause it enables a man to raze whiskers.
The Aaaeeiaiiam' Oaartri-a
Secretary 8. W. Searle. of the Rork
Island Citizens' Improvement association
has sent out circular to the members of
the association setting forth the fact of
the executive committee having ben di
recied at the last meeting to ascertain the
sentiment of the members as to new quar-
ter. and encl ising postal cards directed
to him, in which answers are soli ited to
the following quf stions:
Do vou DreTer more exDensivn mnmi
that will be open at all times?
Do you prefer cheaper rooms, about
such as we have occupied?
Shall the initiation fee b. t5 tin n
Stall the annual dues be i.V nr in
w v-m'kw v a
In his explanatory ci:cular. Secretary
The first Llan will erst th maniaHn
for rooms and heat abou' f 350 per jer;
the second plan about $175 per year.
The present membership fee is $ 5. iuclud
ing the first vear's dues, wiih annual
ues or $5 thereafter. There is wide
ifference cf oninion whether the mem-
bership could be enlarged sufficiency
with the present dues to enable the asso
ciation to incur the expense of the first
plan, or whether it would be advisable to
ncreae itie annual dues it the fiit nln
were followed. If the old plan is Dur
ued no increase of dues would be neces
sary, but many members are of the opin
ion that even then the dues should be in
creased, so as to enlarge the association's
field of usefulness The executive com
mittee wuid like ti have you ird cate
your preference on each of these qnes-
ions bv writing "ves" or "no." as the
case may be, ODpsite the question as
sta'ed in the enclosed card. Please at
tend the next meeting, when the matter
will be fully discussed.
sieving fr'rona Mnprrlar.
Mclntire Bros, of this city have decided
to move their store from Superior, Nb.,
to Hastings. Neb., as the following from
the Superior Journal of last Tuesday
Today the Journal's advertising col
umns contain the farewell announcement
of the firm of Mclntire Bros
to our rity and community. Y-ve some
time rumors have been current that they
were contemplating a removal to Hast
ings, but noi until lte yesterday was it
known officially that such was their deter
m nation. It Is unnecessary to say we
exptess the sent ment of all in tUting
that it is a move that is universally re
gretted, as the establishment carries the
largest and finest stock of goods in all this
section of Nebraska, and under the ex
cellent business management of the j'iniur
member of the firm Mr. W. B. Mcln
tire, and his accomplished salesman, Mr.
M J Coen, though only for two years
located here, they have built up a large
business and made such a host of friends
as few men could in a decade. Then,
too. in all matters pertaining to the ad
vancement of the business, social and
mornl inu-rests of our city these men
could rlways be counted on as at the
front. Aud in this friendly business and
social contact with our citizens the res
ponse his been heartily reciprocated.
First Stranger I say, that's my -umbrella
Second Stranger I don't doubt it, sir
I don't doubt it. I bought it at a
pawnbroker's. London Tit-Bits.
A ModVrn Plaint.
There Is tk bird athwart the badlese bough
That tips and taps against my window pas.
No sunshine flashes through the curtain no.
The sky is dark with clouds of unspent ra.n.
I fret and fume with anxious brow and sad.
And lines of care across my pallid cheek;
What have I kiow that once, alas! 1 had?
Gladys lie i 'oyster goes abroad next week!
Only last nig'-t, while waiting in the hall.
Close as I folded on her wrappings warm
(After that last dance at the Barrett's ball),
I clasped her little hand upon my arm.
Softly she answered to my whispered prayer
Words for me to hear for her to speak;
Then, with a start she raised her face so fair,
"But oh, dear boy, we go abroad next week!"
Oft have I heard that chestnut spoke and sung
About the fellow and the dear gazelle;
Now I can feel just how his heart was wrung
To part with what he'd learned to love a
Perhaps she'll come back with a coronet
Set on the girlish brow I kissed last night;
What wonder that I fume and rage and fret.
And everything is wrong that once seemed
Laugh on, ye ribald jesters at the club!
Sneer at my clouded boots and rocky miea;
Hearts have gone out, 1 know, and there's the
Mine's going to Europe on an ocean queen.
Blow soft, ye winds that bear her far from ma,
Bon, shine upon her through the storm
Bring back a message swiftly o'er the sea,
"Gladys Do Peyster tails for home next
Kate Masteraon In Once a Wet.
The people should realize that the de
structive forces of plutocracy are active
ly at work to transform the social sys
tem and create a ruling body, with un
limited power, in a vast horde of servile
dependents. The course of the current
must be changed. Imogene C. Fales.
Is Disease a Punishment for Bin?
The following advertisement, published
by a prominent western patent medicine
house would indicate that they regard
disease as a punishment for sin:
"Do you wish to know the quickest
way to cure a severe cold? We will tell
you. To cure a cold quickly, it must be
treated before the cold has become set
tit d in the system. This can always be
done if you choose to, as natuie in her
kindness to man gives timely warning
and plainly tells you in nature's way,
that as a punishment for some indiscre
tion. vou are to be afflicted with a cold
unless you choose to ward it off by
prompt action. The first symptoms of a
cold, in most cases, is a dry. loud cough
and sneezing. The cough is soon foW
lowed by a profuse watery expectoration
and the sneezing by a profuse watery dis
charge from the nose. In severe cases
there is a thin white coating on the
tongue. What to doT It is only neces
sarv to take Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy in double doses every hour. That
will greatly lessen the severity of the cold
and in most cases will enectuaiiy counter
act it, and cure what would have been a
severe cold witbm one or two days time
Trv it and be convinced." 60 cent bot
tles for sale by Hartz & Bahnscn, drug'
Afe&tJB. MONDAY, MAltCM 2. 1891.
A few boarders wanted at strut v-
- WW A 1 MM "W"
Nice fresh butterenna
caramels at Krell & Math s.
Two fresh milch rows for a.la v...
quire C. D. Gordon, sheriffs office."
Nice baled hv an .ti-.. h. k . w
John Evans at city scales.
Chocolate, mint, winterr rpn 1nm
and maple cream patterns just received at
Ltvivjll J 01 (LIU B.
lengths, cut or split; soft coal, lump and
m.. .... .
u," ruieentn street and rirst
avenue. Telerjhone 11A8.
Order ice cream in hrirk form anil
the best. One or more kinds in earn
brick: turns out nice? and a
. v vwj - ' ot., vv.
Hrell & Math can supply you any time.
Progressive euchre ice cream. Etch
person gets a plate of ice cream with the
exact cut of a card on top. When giving a
c ard party have these and order them
from Krell & Math's.
A man who has been somewhat of a
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.
. jonnson, frop
For Over Fifty Tears.
Vti. Winslow's Sooihin? Svmn hit
been used by millions of mothers for
thrir children while teething. If dis
burbed at night and broken of your rest
uy a sick child suuenng and crying with
pain oi cutting item send at once and eet
ft.n..i . ... ,.. . . .
wuiue o. --iir. vtinsiows noothtng
yrup" for children teething. It will re
eve the noor little snfferer immi1i.to1 v.
Depend upon it, mothers, tbereisno mis-
laseaoouiit. It cures diarrhoea, regu
lates the Stomach and bowtlo. rnroa wind
colic, softens the gums, reduc.sinfl.mma-
non ana gives tone and energy to the
whole system, -Mrs Winslow's Soothing
Syrup" for children teething is pleasant
to the taste and is the Dresr.rintion rf on
of the oldest and best female physicians
uu nurses in ine united Mates. Sold by
all druggists throughout the world. Price
twenty-five cents a bottle. Be sure and
asa ior -Mrs. v insiow s soothing Syrup.'
Cataarn cannot Be Cared
with local applications, as tbey cannot
reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh
is a blood or constitutional disease, and
in order to cure it you have to tke inter
nal remedies. Hall's Catarrh cure is taken
internally, and acts directly on the blood
and mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh cure
is no quack medicine. It was prescribed
by one of the best phvsicians in this
country for years, and is a reguUr pre
sent tion. It is composed of the best
tonics known, combined with the best
blood purifiers, acting directly tn the
mucous surfaces. The perfect combina
tion of the two ingredients is what pro
duces such wonderful results in curing
catarrh. Send for testimonials. P. J.
Cheney & Co.. Props , Toledo, O. Sold
by aruggists. price 75c.
BBeial Tax Botira.
The law requires the township collector
to turn his books over to the county treas
urer early in March, and those who have
not yet paid their taxes are respectfully
requested to do so immediately, and save
ine penalty which the s'atelaw imposes.
One of my children had a verv bad dis
charge from her nose. Two physicians
prescribed, but without bentnt. We tried
El) a Cream Btlm, and, much to our sur
prise, there whs a marked improv. went.
We continued using the Balm and in a
short time the discharge was cured. O.
A. Cary, Coming. N. Y.
Hard coal Karket.
$7 75 per ton for best anthracite coal.
all sizes, delivered within city limits, 25c
per ton discount for rash. Indiana black
$.50and Cannel coal $6 per ton delivered.
cartage added on all orders for less than
one ton; carrying in 25s per ton extra.
E. O. Fbazkr.
IMCORPOBATSO UNDKH THE TH STATB LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
SOCK ISLAND, ILL.,
Open dally from a. m. to 4 p. and Saturday evening from 7 to 8 o'clock
ive per cent interest paid on Deposits- Money loaned on Personal, Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security
X. P. REYNOLDS, Pre. T C. DKNKMANN, Tlce-Pre. J. X. BCFORD. Caaa'.er.
P. L. Mitchell, B F. Remolds, F. C. Denkmann. John Onbaorh C. F. LjLde,
J. J. Beimera, L. Simon, B. W. Horn, i. M. Baford.
Jacaaoa Uuarr, 8olicium.
aafWllI beslnncrtneat July 8, 1690, and will occupy basking room wfta Mitchell at Lynoa
nntil new bank ia completed.
Proprietor of the Brady Street
All kind of Cot Flower constantly on band.
Green Houaca Flower Store-
One blo-k north of Central Park, the largest ia la. Brady dtn-et, Davenport, Iowa.
CSoipg Out of Business.
Furniture, Carpets, Draperies,
jgr WILL BK SOLD
Ieg:a,rdless of Cost !
tarCredlt firan reliable people.
The C.F. Adams Home Furnishing House
322 BRADY STn
N0THIKG LIKE IT1
Blood la thicker than water,
d nust be kept pure to
tMure good health.
witt's Sparine is natures remedy
for this purpose
It sever to fails elimnate the impui
and build up the general bea"Ja,
Tkawa is only one !wift Sparine,
nd there is nothing like 1L
Be sure and get the genuine
Treatise on Blood and Mtin DtaeeM
The Swift Specific Co.. Atlanta, Ga
Situations wanted" and sHelp"
wants inserted one week in the DAILY
For Sale, Rent, Exchange and Miscel
laneous wants inserted one day at lc
per word; three days at c per word
and one week at !c per word.
WANTED-GOOD GIRL FOR O NERL
buDKwork ait St. Janit- htit-l. ei:y. JS
FOUR HO )M HOC-K F )H RSNT; rivtj
at St Jaaiee hotel. 'M l
FOR SALE A HOl'fcE AND LtT IN URN
drix addition, South Rork I-lki.d. wrt of
Milunroad. Ki.qul e at So. lolft Srco d avenue.
ICRLT FCRnimuD R(XfM FOR TQ
pent emec t 5J7 Twentieth Mrvet.
C.Y W AVTED TV. at en! bT- and work
bout a house; ca'l t a jrhu-D h street.
WANTED A BOY1CTO 18 YEARS OF AJK
to tend lonrh counter nights. Af()y at
Crown renaarmnt any afn-rnoon.
WANTKD A YOUNG MAN To KSKP BOOKS
an hour ech even n. a'.l at Banebor's
meat market, corner of rounb avenue and
WAITED- A Room mate by an engineer, a
neat furnlshe! Imnt room. u&M'ie. who
only cMxiinifw it time a month fr .or for
two g-entletnun (." er mou h; i: Th rd a e
WAwTi D Two or three ir-Kl men to rejire
rent nor well kbovn buu-e for town andcilr
trtde; lal and ir4elt g. ! and expei.aea
per month U) tl rvht niao Apply quick. ut
inaire. L. L. MtriC. Nqrrnynieu, tlimia
and seedftnrn. HI IV'I. Minn.
(Tb I boLM la repuT!hle.)
ia t r -
200.00 and Upward
For tale, aernred on lacd wor u fr. :hre to Stc
timer the arooaLt of the luan.
Intrreat 7 per cent emaLn-aV.y. olrv d asd
remitted free of charge
E. W. HURST,
.Attorney at Law
Roimt 3 and 4 Mimic c Temp.
KOTK 1-LAND. ILL.
Rflr.DI fFFEN B A CH5
(R CVttt '-' SIM.ftal, efdtL'Jl
- rs:T TDCurus eun5.
STra:N W fPtCaTir,". 3 UCU
TalaTf K :$Cilallti
li., ly r r I.- aor.t e. .a .1 - "
tnatawataa trial b nun ! -r ! "t.-,t..
THEffRU ORUC CO..
Sotoaeta.farUwU.8. 180 li.tTnMUAIU,l3.
M I NTffiE
Are arriving in such quantities
mat we are aept dust
marking and arran trine.
Ear It. do Ton iit?
WelC we don't think so. judging
from the way people are buying.
What shall we call your
attention to first?
So many desirable things in all
We are at our wits end-
Well, here goes anyway.
s,uuu yards choice styles in
gingnams la snort lengths 1 yd.
to 1 2 yard pieces, price always
When sold in usual way from
tun pieces, we bought at
a price and they are yours
for 1 Oc a yd. Fast colors.
Three Times as
A any o'lrf atmflar
ZlEMim & SALZMANN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nos. 124. 134 and I AS Sixi-oih 8ir--t.
A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold is
-Irish Cough Sryup:
Acu ouicklj. is perfectly safe and
"licit. ktoa for all Kiiary.
5c a Bottle Samples free.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
TOKGNT & ADLER
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street
Ilare you worn
THE LION PROCESS SHOE?
If not try a pair, they will give you more tatia
faction for your money than any shoe you have
ever bought. Only one sole and that of THE VERY
BEST. Outer and inner sole one eolid piece of the
best sole leather.
No Ripping off of Soles.
No Squeaking, and no Breaking in.
J ait u eiij as a taod lamed, sal wear twice
as loos. Every pair stamped oa the sole Uo ravrtMl
SoU Ls.tt for Rock Ialaad.
Ceatral Shoe Store. Z!aa Btrett Etore,
1818 Secoad Avenue. ti29 rifA lt(Mt
Don't wait till they are gone.
8 tacks of dress goods.
Double fold all wool mixtures 25c a yd.
Handsome wool broken checks, wide,
50c- a yard.
36 in plain and mixtures, all wL
42c- a yard
Soft finish all wool cloth. 42in.
50c a yard.
Black dress goods, immense line,
at low prices- '
Lawn tennis, good as usually
offered for 12He,our
price 1 0 cents.
Splendid assortment of ladies
muslin underwearTat popular
To judge of the rood ralues offered
you must see for yourself.
Rock Island. Illinois,
8 II OWING
Large a Stock of
rvrabli.bnvmt Sa I be ri;y.
oerer Tails to cure all Lung troubles.
10c, 25c and 50c Bottle.
Lanr and Buxaaca uaWa. 1,
and Liver Pills.
Drnggltt, Bock Itland