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THE 3HOXDAY. FJEUKU Vhi U7, 1803.
though hi injury is an extremely
i uncomfortable one. ;
"filler wanted at Gus. Ervjjlin's.
Tailor wanted at Gus. EnglinV.
Tailors wanted at Gus. Ensrlin's.
The yonng man about town is "rush-
James Welch, of Davenport, the ing" society just now for allit is worth. J
ew manager of the Western Union One of the smart set writes to a friend,
, Telegraph ofliee was cheeked in to- have been invited out eyery night for
day and will hereafter have eharo-e of two weeks, but have accepted onlv one
Go to Gus. Eiifjlin for your spring the ofliee. Charles J. Heath, there- bid." New York Tribune.
The H. & S. corsets from S5e up the present. Mr. Heath, who has had
this week tt tho Columbia. charge of the office here nearly a!
A discount of 25 per cent on all -vear' ,RS V his ol,,i?inS disposition,
ur Smyrna rugs The Columbia. won f"r. th nipany himself
u i .w i iiitrim n U'DC MtTli lllv! Will
Thomas1 grand Chicago orchestra
wili give a concert at the Burtis at
Davenport March 10.
Capt. George Lamont leaves to
night for Washington. D. C, to at
tend the inauguration.
Glassware, tinware, rpueensware
and hardware, all going at a sacrifice
this week at the Columbia.
A play that young and old should
see is My Jack." It will Vie seen
here soon.' Watcli for the date.
The firm of Tropp, Darling & Co.,
is a Rock Island concern instead of a
firm from Davenport, as stated a (lay
or two ago.
Before ordering your spring suit
examine (ins. Kngli'n's stock. It is a
revelation in the way of tarV and
novel patterns. ' '
The fourth Beethoven programme
will be given by the Kock Island and
Molitie Amateur Mtiieal
club roim Tuesday afternoon at
go with him in his new field of labors
Rev. Dr. Frank Russell closed his
series of discourses in Rock Island at
the First M. E. church last evening,
his subject being "Methods and Pro
cess." Rev. C. E. Taylor, president of
the local tllianco, presided. There
were 1,000 people present. Dr. Rus
sell's subjects at the First Baptist
church Saturday were Diversity by
Unity" in the "afternoon, and 'Per
I sonal Activity" in the evening, both
of which w ere attentively listened to.
club at the j Wivill.
Roi k Island police vestrdav
recovered . horse and buggy stolen
from Rob rt Blackwell in Moline,
and left in this city.
Axil Johnson was run in by Officer
(ilass on Saturday in a drunken
stupor, and after he had sobered up
was fined 5 and costs by Magistrate
s d! i!!cn' and !y'
-will be sold this week
price that you cannot
fail tn sec life
citv today in
r H-tock and
!l with reference
iiriicd to Spring.
attend the in-
he joins in
K. tire sale.
politician, was in t lie
con-ii!t:t;i.!i with tin
pnima-ti-r. I oiiect
the e lil.-r of the 1'ul
to t lie late elect ion.
John jrll;irr:ih re
tieltl. t Ill's luoniiii.
' goes' fo Washington
auguratioii with the
m art fcTh club, which
v nicago Tomorrow evening.
James S. Wivill. cashier in the of
tice of the Adams Express company
at LaCrosse. was in the city yester
day. It being hi, birthday "he ran
down for a few hours' visit at home,
returning again last night.
Engineers Johnston, Arnold and
Breacher.. of the Rock Island road,
represent the Engineers- brotherhood
in the meeting with Gen. Manager
St. John and Assistant General Man
ager Allen, at Trenton. Mo., this
Mrs. A. A. Moore will deliver a
Tree lecture to ladies only at 2:30 to
morrow afternoon at the German
Methodist church. The lecture will
be one of great interest and every
lady should hear it especially young
Services wil be held in the lecture
room of the Central Presbyterian
church each evening this week. This
evening Rev. W. S. Marquis will
preach. A cordial invitation to at
tend these services is extended, to
t lie public.
Hun. K. W. Hurst leaves tonight
for Chicago, when- he join Mrs.
Hiii-s;. am! thence they go to Wash
ington to attend the inauguration
ceremonies and .ball. They will be
the gues;, , Congressman ('able and
family for ab nit ten days.
We have about -I'.Vi men's suits and
an e(ii:il number of boy's suits thev
are going fast as some'of our custo
mers are buying two and three at a
lime we determined to dost
all this week, so if you
Officer Long arrested George Hill-
ier yesterday afternoon for threaten
ing to kiil his brother-in-law. Will
iam Pattei . He had previously dis
posed of all the property in iiis wife's
house and had a good time with the
At. 4 o'clock yesterday morning
the family of Mrs. 'Ellen Widib. r resI.U
I ing on Kin street, were aroused by
Jan uiiiisiii 1 noise in the barn on the
premises. On investigation three
horses wire found missing. The
police were immediately cummuni-
cateil with and a search found the
animals hilterless in t he alley back
of the Y. M. C. A. building. Whether
the horses were taken out with intent
to steal tin ni or whether merely for
mischief is not known.
Is Lents the Man?
W. H. G bson, backer of Farmer"
Burns, telt graphed from Chicago on
Saturday night that he had closed the
agreement for Burns' match with the
unknown for $1,000 a side. The
AkU'S has good reason to believe
that the ui known is none other than
the famous Evan Lewis, the strati"
ler. It wi 1 be one of the greatest
events of the year.
I)ir,l Whfn Almost Safe.
Xew Yoni:, Feb. 'JT. Tim Reagan, the
long-distance runner, was found dead Sat
urday in his room at the Xavier club house.
He was the trainer of the club. Xhe dis
covery of his dual; was made by the club
porter, who noticed the odor of gas com
ing from his room. The door was broken
open, and hi was found lifeless on the floor
near the door, his two dogs being also
dead, and the ;as turned on in an unlighted
gas stove, lie had been overcome with his
baud ou the leor knob.
Dentil of a Chicago Ilivine.
ClIICACiO.lVb .'7. -The I-fev Dr. William
Sprngue Stu.ilfV. paster of the First Meth
odist Episcopal ih:iuli Evanston. died
yesterday. a-ed To years. lr. Dudley was
born in Host u in ami giaduatd from
Wesleyau t Diversity. Middleton, Conn.,
in IsjO. U,i to lSils he served various
prominent congregations in the east, and
had since that time held pastorates in
western citii s.
Yiucu, make nasie. otnerwise you
will jjetleft M. & K. tire sale. "
Gus. Englin. the merchant tailor,
has just received a large invoce of
the finest line of spring suitings ever
brought to this .city. Connoisseurs
who have seen the stock are delighted,
and declare that it is without excep
tion the best assorted which it has
been their fortune to select from.
Prof. James C. Jacobs, late princi
pal of Iowa Commercial college of
Davenport, Iowa, is in the city look
ing over the field for the purpose of
establishing a commercial college in
this , city Prof. Jacobs is highly
indorsed as an educator, by a num
lir tj leading educators of the state.
Chairman Naylor and Supervisors
Case and Weatherhead, of the poor
farm committee of the board of super
visors, were in the city on Saturday
in consultation with State's Attorney
Searle. and Steward Dow in regard to
a deal on hand with a Galva pump
lirm, from whom a $400 pump was
purchased that it is said dons not come
up to what was represented.
C. J. W. Schreiner met with an
unfortunate accident Saturday, that
will lay him up for some time.
While driving down Moline avenue
his horse took fright and makin- a
sudden lurch across a gutter" at
Twenty-sevpnth street, the king-bolt
broke and Mr. Schreiner was thrown
violently forward, sustaining a dis
Got a mill Olio Contract.
EeTIILEMM. I'a.. Feb 27. At a late
hour SattirC n:gb:. the Bethlehem Iron
company's -iflicials received notice that a
them I contract was awarded tbeui for over f'J tHKi.
lire not tiro- I 000 worth ol heavy armor plate. The en
tire contract was i:t,HK),(l00. The Carnegie
works of I' ttsburg were awarded the bal
ance of thecontnict.
fcbe iira-tta Coro ioiCay.
"Mystic Cure" for rheumatism and
neuralgia radically cures in one to
three days. Its action upon the sys
tem is remarkable and mysterious.
It removes- at once the. cause, and the
disease immediately disappears. The
first dose greatly benefits. Warrant
ed by Otto Grotjan. druggist, Rock
Waihtngtcn, D. C, and Kstnrn.
The C. K. I. & P. Ry Co. will sell
round trip tickets to Washington, D.
Cf, on account of the inaugural of
Presidentelect Cleveland, for $22.9(5.
Dates of side. Feb. 28 to March 2d,
inclusive, limited for return passage
to March 12, inclusive. c
L. M. Allen-,
F. 11. Piummku, G. A. P. D.
Tic! et Agent.
The laxt s for 1892 are now due and
may be ps.id to the undersigned at
Hurst & D maldson's office in Masonic
Temple block. Please bring your
last year's receipt, which will enable
the collect ir to find your description
on the tax books.
William J. Gamble. "
Thn Weather Forecast.
For the .next CG hours a cold wave.
to about 10
location of the right shoulder. He femperatu -c dropping
Is getting along very well today. above.
"B rube a
TFVar -K- mmonia:No Alum.
tent what you want, if your stom
ach and bowels are irregular.
That's about all you get, though,
with the ordinary piU. It may re
lieve you for the moment, but
you're usually in a worse state af
terward than before.
This is just where Dr. Pierce's
Pleasant relicts do most good.
They act in an easy and natural
way, very different from the huge,
old-fashioned pills. They're not
only pioasanter, but there s no re
action afterward, and their help
lasts. One little sugar-coated pellet
for a gentle laxative or corrective
three for a cathartic. Constipa
tion, Indigestion, Bilious Attacks,
Dizziness, iSick and Bilious Head
aches, are promptly relieved and
They're the fmallest, the easiest
to take and the cheapest mil vou
con buy, for they're guarantcei to
give satisfaction, or your money is
You pay only for tho (ood yoo
J. E. Montrose, Manmier.
Tuesday Eve, Feb. 28.
The rcUning Fnsrlh, Australian and
Supo.-b Production cf Ei-i jaiuin I ancleck's
Powerful hcalisMc play Illustrated
vith thu late Msa Morgan's
1 2 Masterpieces 1 2
Took or K enery ufrd :n tb-s product.or, ard
every ii ch of it carried by Mr. Minford in Ms
own spcciBl ears, it requiring two 6 i foot cars to
Prices $1. T.-ic, Mr, 25-; feat cn sale at Harper
house drug t tore Fib. So.
Burtis Opera House,
Thursday, March 2.
A Hurricane of Laughter I
The Greatest Comedy Ever Produced !
VVM. GILLETTE'S MASTERPIECE.
a complete cast of comedians tinder
dTection tf CHARLES FROUMAN.
Pofiiively the N w ork cast .
Fnnl Coitica! Situations!
Koas of Lanphier:
Prices 51, Tc, 50c, Sr. Sett nc nt Flake's
Tuesday mornins. TcVphoue Xo. iO.
LTtis Opera ouse,
Wednesday, March 1st,
sTATt SPECIALTY CVSIPANV.
The Grcar and Or.'.y
As-incd ty Arti--s of Eytab i-hod Roj)
ifatioti from Enrcpe ar.d America.
No acvnnce in pri e. $1. 75, 51 and 4:c. Scats
t Fluke's Monday, Feb. 27. Telephone No. 20.
THE RIVERSIDE OAK
will ktcp fire all niirht with soft coal;
will not e8 or sreke; hevy steel hodv;
lerie s:-h p:io. Csll nd extmirje this
wonderful tove fold hy
The Verdict of Great Artists
Its Fav. r of the
Special attractions in
bioid-rieu. Our entire
line of Swies, Hamburg
Nainsook and colored
broideries will be on
This exhibit will repay your
careful exminati n
Our .Vhir fy ,
mentis filled to CT-
with Nainsooks, djI
aia Linofta.' Uwn8. Matf
and ether fabrics j
check and pit in eff,cte
opt rung of ch
5c a Yard.
From a large nnmber of letters in possession of
the mann'actnrerj Indorsing the superiority of
the Kimball Piano vc mention tbc fullowicc well
known mns-ic a-s ho hive ccd and recommend
Sip. Tomirno, S:p. Sarasate,
Max Alvary. OTirteMusln,
S X Del Putnte. ". Behrcni',
Sg. Arditi. P. S. Gilmore,
Emil Fischer, A. T Novellig.
Sig. feroti. Emil Llebiing,
Sis. Kevelli. t'has. Kcnkcl.
Clementine dc V re, W. C i. StcDoccK
And many other prnminect inns cians of Eur
ope and America.
The piano thus indorsed by the collective
Boning and authorities of the word mar b found
an large Tarlety. together with tbc Kimba'.l, Reed
an i Portable i ipe orcars as well as well the
eclebra ed Ballet Jt lavis and Emeraon pianos of
cheaper make, at the warerooms of
D. ROY fiOWLBTS.
1726 Second Ave.
-Base tal! Headquarters.-
lillV Toll, Vioi-i 'nmor nf ..14 . Jt
firm tlPJl per uoi. We are a':so sole aj;eua for'
lr. S rstcen's Letjat liem-dv.
Good salary or commtss'nn to acorns Iloks and
cunsnlta.ion free, Call on or address,
Tn Wakken BnowR Co.
Eooui 15, Dittue Block. Daetiport.
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hind :be finest brands of domestic
and imported cigars. All brands of tobacco.
The score of all the bail came wi'l be received
L. QLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
1S08 Pe.coE'3 Avenue,
nd Ventilating Engineers,
and Steam Fitting,
loaipiete lin or ripe. Brass Goods, r'ackiua hoj
Fire Brick4 Etc. L-arresi unci beet equiuped
eetablishment west of Chicago.
DA via tiuut jisj Moline, 111.
1 112. 1 14 West Seventeenth s
Telephone 1148. Etiu
widfnc Te -nr-n ' t
Is bow located '.n his new shop.
tF"L;ght shoea a specialty.
At' 324 Seventeenth Street
fTJwKf tie J'l -lKt
1803 Second Avenue.
Froprieton.i of the Eriy street
Au k'.mia nt Cot F'owers cjt.staut . -in y .
tfirrn Houses F'ow.r Morc-
Pne block from Central p irk, the larsjes'. lo Ioh .W Bndy -tr---, !.iv.':.;"''
-Vow Open to AIL
Bring a dray and a loaded purse and carry off the
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