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XJ1JS AliGKJS, TUESDAY, FJiJUlU AJL X 28, 1893.
of-ico the Boston's change of ad.
Jack at the theatre tonight.
One-qwarter off on rugs at the Co-r
Call anil son the Columbia bargain
iivo-un womirn jans, 10c at mc
Tpluth1ia. '" '
A large variety of tortoise shell
hair pins at the Columbia.
A lot piano and organ boxes at
$1 apiere at Woodyatt's, 1717 Second
A lot of piano and organ boxes at
l apiece at Woodyatt's, 1717'Second
If yon are in search of a house or a
lot, business or building site, call on
Rcidy Bros. ' "
Gentlemen, take notice $3 buys a
pair of patent leather or russet slices
at the Boston.:
We are moved and ready for busi
ness at 171? .Second avenue Wood
yatt's music house.
Mr. and Mrs. II. Holdorf have re
turned from Jackson, Tcnn., where
thry spent the winter.
Woodyatt's have the agency for the
leading pianos. Call ami see them
at 1717 Second avenue.
This is supposedly the last day of
winter the last day of the last win
ter month, at all events.
Weber. Decker. Wheelock and K-
"lay pianos at Woodyatt's Music
hoii'-e, 1717 Second avenue.
Kcidv Brothers have the beautiful
Mitcr addition, be sure a il 1 xet a
lot before t.hcy are all gone.
Big shoe Mile. Men's patent
lout her. n;-sel bluchers and calfskin
t-hoc-.- ;:) i.ijr variety at The Bos
ton. , ,
Xotiee ihe Boston's west show
wiinlo fir men's $.'' chors. Big va
rieiy, ::.!! big indiicements to ioe
W. C. Bogurdus. of Rochester. X.
Y.. is in the city spending a few days
with frit-ncl. - H? i on his way to
Joseph I). Law son and Miss
Blanche Moore of Cable were united
in marriage by Judge Adams at the
court house this morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mnrdock re
turned this morning from Kansas
City, where they have sjient the
greater part of the winter.
Judge Adams yesterday afternoon
united in marriage Leopold Vonder
ganechte and Miss Leontine Lippens
of Moline at the. court house.
Lieut. John T. Sehon, of Bock Isl
aud arsenal, left last night for Wash
ington. 1). C, where he will' remain
d u ri ng t he Juaugn r 1 ceremonies.
II. K. Casteel has resigned his po
sition as assistant head clerk of the
Modern Woodmen, with a view to
engaging iii hitMnttittt in the west.
J. I. Looney. formerly train dis
patcher at the Bock Island & Peoria,
and now located in Colorado, is call
ing on old friends in the city today.
For sale cheap The Union house
f urnit ure and office fixtures and bar
fumUhing and fixture.- Also lull
tons of good ice. A bargain for a
sp,t cash buvcr.
Tom" Co. of this city, who is be.'
coming ipiite well ktiown in the
pugilistic arena, fought a ;V-rouud
draw near Wcnona, III... last night
with a man .yarned Boyce.
Mrs. Klizabeth . Coyne left last
night for Marshall. Tex., in response
to a telegram announcing the serious
illness of her daughter. Miss Nettie,
who is making her home there.
ThA cfjenters are busily at work
building the shelving in the Dart
fit-ore the tm'W location for the M. &
K. shoe store. M. & K. expect to
ell outkhe balance of their clothing
utock bargains greater than ever.
All the latest styles in patent
leat her shoes for men at $3 a pair.
You never saw such shoes for the
money, and you never will again.
Wc bought these cheap, and it is the
way we intend tit sell them The
About 30 of the lady friends of the
Schnell clnb presented that organi
sation with a handsome silver stand
lamp and piano cover last evening,
it was a most acceptable presenta
tion and a source of much pride. In
the members of -the club.
William - Jenkins'., of Mendota
grand standard hearer of the grand
lodge of Masons in Illinois., who
v'oited Kverts cpjnmuiidery last
evening is at the head of the educa
lioiial department at the World's
Fair for the state of Illinois.
Observer Walz has furnished . the
Akui's the following data of observa
tions for the month of March in a
period of JM years, which shows the
mean temperature to have been :!.V.
the average ii umber of cloudless
Hays. partly cloudy. : c loudv.11.
The warmest March in that time was
that of K7H with an average of SO
above zero; the lowest, that of 177.
with an average of I'M above. The
YIia s1 T.. r . w-v
OR Q) 1 1 P
-.uV uicucimioi lanar i-owaer. No Ammonia; No Alum.
Used 18 Million? o Homes 4c V h- soard
highest temperature during any
March was 74 on the 30th. 1875; the
lowest, 8 a )ove on the 1st, 1890. The
average da: on which the last "kill
ing" frost appeared in that time was
Miss Cairie Altz, who for the past
six years has been connected with
the central telephone office in Mo
line, has resigned her position and
goes south to accept a similar one at
Cairo, 111., in the hope of bettering
her health. Miss Altz has by her
agreeable disposition made "many
friends, whose best wishes will go
Mrs. Edward Simpson, of Cordova,
died on Saturday night from the
effects of exposure and excitement
received during the burning of her
home there a few weeks ago. Mrs.
Simpson had just given birth to a
child and i; was while being removed
to a neighl or's house that she con
tracted the cold that brought about
Sister Mother Mary Francis and
Sister Mary Rosa of "the Franciscan
mother hot.se at Little Falls, Minn.,
are in the city with a view of estab
lishing a hospital here. The project
is a worthy one and the Akovs will
be in a position to give more infor
mation on the subject in a day or
two. Sufli -c is it to say that it only
requires the proper encouragement to
make it an assured thing.
A runnier oi our su uscribers
were discommoded last evening
through circumstances that could
not very w 11 be avoided. A car
rier was discharged on insubordina
tion and a competent carrier substi
tuted, but another carrier immedi
ately surrendered his position
through sympathy and it was the
route of thi last named boy which
suffered. Thk Alters hopes, how.
ever to h: ve the paper properly
2:" Vincint W. Morgan. Coc. Jes
sie L. Allen. Port Byron; Ceorge Car
ter, Anawat . 111.. II. Belle Mumford.
Kewanec. 111.: John W. Johnson.
Jennie M. Swenson. Moline; John H.
(iaridncr. P icblo. Col., Caroline F.C.
(ieisler. Rock Island.
2b Loopt Id Vondegenachte. Leon
tine Luppens, Moline.
27 Anth nv Hann, Kathcrine Rol
ling. Molii e; Joseph D. Lawson,
Blanche Mo re. Cable.
Great Btrgains in Beat F state.
I want to sell all the real estate of
the late Dennis Warren, embracing in
Rock Island county:
720 acres of land on Warren's
118 acres of land in South Moline.
b lots in the town of Milan.
fi valuable lots in the city of Rock
Island, all of which will be sold cheap
and upon accommodating terms.
P. L. Mitchell.
Administr itor of Dennis Warren,
Rock Island. Feb. 22. 19:5.
Inauguration if P-eiidsn -ftlert Cleveland
For this o( caion the Burlington.
Cedar Rapics & Northern railway
will sell round trip excursion tickets
to Washington, D. (".. from all sta
tion mi its line iit very low rates.
Tickets on s: le Feb. -js.' March 1 and
2, good to return until and including
March 12. lX'.ir.. For rates, tickets,
time of train and other information,
call on or ad Ires any agent of this
company or J. K. Hannkuan.
(it n'l T'kt or Pass. Ag't.
Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Waih.rgt n, D. c , and Ketnrn.
The C, R. I. & P. Ry Co. will, sell
round trip ti 'kets to Washington. I).
C on accou it of the inaugural of
President-elect Cleveland, for $22.!)o.
Dates of sale F'eb. 2S to March 2d,
inclusive, limited for return passage
to March 12, inclusive.
L. M. Ai.lkx.
F. II. Pli s mlu, A. P. D.
The taxes f r 1802 are now due and
may be. paid to the undersigned at
Hurst & Donaldson's office in Masonic
Temple bloc-i. Please bring your
last year's re :aipt, which will enable
the collector 16 find your description
on the. tax books.
W ILL1AM J. GAMHl.K,
Urcer lour Ice of Bpscc.
JtoCK !si a?d, Jan., .11. This is to
notify the public, that T have cut a
good supply of good, pure ice and
that I am not in any combination.
I am now rea ly to make contracts
for the coming season . and would re
spectfully solicit a reasonable share
William T. Si-exck.
4 1 H Fort v-second Street.
The Urather Fore-traKt.
For the next llti hours. fair weather,
anil warmer tomorrow.
William McCarthy. 122 E. Eighth
street. Cincinnati, Ohio, writes: "I
used Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup in my
family with j;ood results. We rec
ommend it to all heads of families as
A Mine of Wealth.
It takes a long time for the cocoanut
tree to attain its full growth seven
years but when this time has passed it
is a mine of wealth, and happy he who
can call a plantation of a hnndred acres
his own. Frank Leslie's Monthly.
A LOSG PROCESSION
nf HisuuM stm t from a torrid liver and im
pure blood. Dr. Fieree's Uolden Medical Dis
covery cures every one of them. It prevents
them, too. Take it, as you ought, w"ben you
feel the first symptoms (languor, loss of ap
petite, dullness, depression) and you'll save
yourself from something serious.
In building up needed flesh and strength,
and to purify and enrich the blood, nothing
can equal the " Discovery." It invigorate
the liver and kidneys, promotes all the bodily
functions, and brings back health and vigor.
For Dyspepsia, " liver Complaint," Bilious
ness, and all Scrofulous. Skin, and Scalp Dis
eases, it. is the only remely that's fptaranteed
to benefit or cure," in every case, or the money
About Catarrh. No matter what you've
tried and found wanting, you can be cured
with Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy. The pro
prietors of this medicine agree to cure you,
or they'll pay you $.00 in cash.
1 J. E. Montrose, Stamper.
Tuesday Eve, Feb. 28.
Tfcc Kcicninv: Tnirlih. AunrHUan an1
Superb Production cf Birjamiu LamieekV
Powerful l.ealisiic play Illustrated
v l:h t'.ie late Man Vorcan's
127 Masterpieces 12
Tons of s;-nery used in ilr production, unci
every ir.ch of it carried by Mr.anfoid in his
oim special cars, it requiring tuolii foot car to
Priceii $1. 7rc, 50r, 25-; tea!? en sle lit Harper
noufe orug lore tvo. 2a.
Burtis Opera House,
Thursday, March 2.
A Hurricane of Laughter!
The Greatest Coicedy Ever Produced :
VM. GILLETTE'S MASTERPIECE.
With a complete cast of comedian nmlrr the
direction if CHARLES KROUMAS.
Pofitivcly the New York cast.
Fnnl tonical Situationf !
Koari of Laitf htcr !
Trice $1, 7."c, 50c, Sfc. Jet ule at Fluke-
Tuesday momirg. Tctephoae No. JO.
Burtis Opera ouse,
Wednesday, Aarch 1st,
HOPKINS' TJIANS OCEANIC
STAK Sl'EcrALTV C0YPANV.
The Urea-, and Oc'.y
Aa-ited by Arti-'i- of Es'.al) i-hed Kep
n'ation from Europe and Aniericj.
No advance in prt e. SI. 75, 51 and 2V. Seat
t F!nkt Monday, Feb. 27. Telephone So. CO.
Put vour Vlavi :eircdT of the cli es'jib'ithed
dim IIFjO per box. W e are alro sole agents for
U gstecn's Latest Kemedy.
- 1 I - A 1 .
uuju -aiwrj r cuuiim-5'.un it Bgr'niS JJO )K ana i
CJiiPuliation free, C ll on or ftciiirep, ;
Th Warren Brown Co. j
Room 15, Pittoe Elocte, D-ivcnporu
THE RIVERSIDE OAK
vullkttp fire nil nigUt with soft coal;
not eae or "nr-ke; hehvy sttol body;
lurie 3h pn. Call and eximirje this
wonderful etoye sold by
The Verdict of Great Artiets
In Fav r of the
From a lar'e r.noiber of letter in possession of
lhc mann'aciu'crj tndorinc the superiority of
the Kimball Tiano wc mention the following well
known music'ars who have cacd end recommend
Adclina Tail!, Sip. Tomcoo, S'.R. Saraate,
Lllli Lehman, Max Alvary. Ovidc Mufin,
Miotic Hank, S g. Del TutnU!. Behren.
Mmc. Albanl. Sip. Arditi. P. S. G'lmore.
Mme. Notdica. Emil Fiacher, A. D. Novelli.
Furch-Madi. Sip. fcrori. Kmil Ltcbilny,
Mme.Fabri. Sic. Rcvelli. t'ha. Kunhcl,
Clementine 6e Vere, W. C. E. Sceboeck
And many other prominent mcsicians cf Eur
ope and America.
The p.ano thn iodorstd by the col'cctlve
cenicg and acihoritie of the world mav V fonnd
'n large variety, together with the Kim bail. Reed
ana Portable r ipe organ as well as well a the
cclebra cd Hallet &. Davit and Emtrron piano of
cheaper make, at the wareroon-.e cf
D. ROY BOEBY'S.
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Alwajs od land the flnect brands of dotr.eatic
and iiuiK)rct eitara. All brands f tobacco.
The ncorc of all the ball games wi'l be received
L. OLOCKHOFP, Prop.,
1KS Srcocd Avenue.
i r- T.. WWm
Now Open to All.
dray and a loaded purse and carry off the
Special attractions in Em
bioideries. Our entire new
line of Swiss, Hamburg and
Naineook and colored em
broideries will be on eale
This exhibit will repay your
careful ex imiD a ti n
coaipit-i lin- oj t'ip-. Brass Goods, ackiuu Eccs.
f Fire Brick4 Etc. uarp?st iiid besi equipped
eetablishment wesi of Chicago.
r A (llJ a a a - . Til a 1 la Jt TIT n
I cow Kicated in hi? new thop.
Ai! kcds of Oot Flowt-r rorui.tW oa 'mi",
ttreen Houses Flnw.r Store
One block from Central prk, the largest In lowi. .ill) Hraily f.ti c', ci.,.-::, 1
Oar Vfnp f,
mentlB filled to overfly
with Nainsoobn tk.-...
aialinois. LawD8; M 1:
and ctner fabrics in pV
check and plan eff,ctS;
Spring op-mug of ch.
5c a Yard.
H ating and Ventilating Fnineers
Gas and Steam Fitting,
xjir rk. xriouue, in. i iu. 114 w esi fceTnteeLtn El
Telephone .2053. Telephone 1148. P.cckitirt
At' 324 Seventeenth Street.
ty-Light hott s specialty. "pposite ts c:d k
1803 Second Avenue.
rroprietomr of the Trady street
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