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T1E A1WUS, WEDXESDAl, M hCiI 1, 8IK5.
Marrh 1. .
First (lav rf
a varil at tlx" Col-
-who has re
Di""SS jJOOils It'
Fred Haij;h. of ClU, was in Kock
G. H. Church, of Carbon Cliff, was
in the city today.
Dress poods from lc to 25c per yard
at the Columbia.
T. M. Biddison and wife, of Omaha,
are visiting in the city.
W. W. Elliott, of Edgington town
shih. was in the city today.
Wanted At once by F. C. Hoppe,
'25 tailors. Must be good ones.
March has come in with a decided,
ly lamb like tendency. Look out for
Miss Lucia Connelly left last evening-'
for Pasadena, Cal., on a two
Hugh ' Garvin, who has been in
Peoria for some time past, is making
a short visit at home.
At less than half ami many goods
at Jess than one-fourth regular price;
all nice goods no damage M. & K.
Two handsome new motors for the
Tower line, numbers 53 and 54, came
over from Davenport this afternoon.
Perfect no damage $5 boys' long
pant v.iits a large as si.e 18 at $1.5:
per suit closing out tire sale at M.
. Long pants suits with vests for
boys up to s years of age " and $6
grades going at $1.10 a suit tire sale
at M. : K.
i."L. Klwcll. night opperator at
the C. B. & ... left tins morning
for lvir.-t"v to accept tli
The KTtVg-lialcr-Sifhwentser Drv
Goods company, of Davenport, will
announce tin- cvic! date of their
'The Jewish society of the three
cities will unite in the" Pouram bail at
the rooms of the Standard club in the
Kre'l & Math building tonight.
Mrs. t ot. Jienrv t. urtis has -rone to
Salt Lake City to attend a reunion at
the home of her father, M. B.Osborne,
formerly of this city, in honor of his
With birthday and at which all his
children will be present.
I he inaugural ball at Ariuorv hall
oi rnuay evening promises to !e a
very pleasant affair. The invita
Hons and tickets are handled with
ciujHuoiii care ami tne result no
uotitit win he a very entertaining
lorn Cox, who fought Bovce. of
Wcnona, 111., ft 50-round draw early
yesterday morning, arrived home to
day. Though Boyce hail 20 pounds
the best of it. Cox staved it out and
saved his backer's money. It wa.-
one of the hardest fought mills that
ever occurred in the state
The friends of James E. Larkin are
mentioning him in connection with
the office of police magistrate. Hi
is one of the most popular ald
ermen who ever who ever sat in tht
. i i- . i. ,
council cnanmer. ann n placed on
the democrat ticket this spring won. 1
undoubtedly make strong run.
The board of supervisors met in
i t l ' ...
n r"iar itori-n session at us rooms in
the court house at -J o'clock this af
ternoon. Chairman Smith mesidin".
All the members except Supervisor
x-hoonmaker were present. Arthur
Goodrich. f Canoe Creek, taking the
seat in place of . . Wood burn. r
Cropj4 ( orrestMindent Campbell"
rejKirt to the departmedt of agri
culture for the month of February
shows that 50 per cent of the corn
cronof 1892in this county remainson
hand March 1. that the entire crop
was marketable and the average
. home' Value of that Still on hand 'is
45 cents per bushel. Twenty per
cent of tht crop vet remains in the
A conference was held yesterday at
the office of the Rock Island Brewing
company to take into consideration
a point of difference that had arisen
between the company and the brew
er' union. Adjournment was taken
untilJture time, when all matters
are likely to be amicably adjusted in
the- 8iim0 p1eaant: manner as have
heretofore characterized the relations
between the company and the union.
"uncle Lewis" Wilson. of
Kural, was in town yesterday.
.T. iewis is one of the stal
wart democrats of the state. .He
han voted t be democratic ticket for
oyer 50 yearn awl has been a reader of
J UK AK;ts wince -it first Issue. And
lie is not selfish about these enjoy
ments, either? for he not onlv takes
one. himself, but sends five copies to
" "'""j viii m i-mi wuo are located in
iwmuiriii ms nome in
liarenport occurred the death of
Henry Hold, at the age of 49 ream
Mr. Bold war 13 years an employe in
L , . . .. 1 r
ii.cr LuuiB in hock island
Two years ago he met with an aeci
dent wh eh necessitated the amputa
tion of a leg and he never fully re
gained his health. Mr. Bold is sur
vived bv his wife and. six children.
The funeral took place from his home,
Xo. 1410 West Fourth street. Daven
port, at 2 p. m. today.
Democratic senators say there is no dan
ger of any of Cleveland's cabinet failing of
confirmation; that they might as well in
terfere in his selection of a private secre
Obituar-: At Atlanta, 6a.. Colonel Jas.
Crawford. At Waco, Tex., Captain Neil
McLennat. At Salem, Mass., Dr. Henry
Wheatlan I, president of the Essex Insti
tution, aged 31. At Oakland, Ills., Mrs.
Sarah Hwn, aged 105. At Viroqua, Wis.,
Luward V inshall, aged 75. At Lockha
ven, Pa., Mayor Johu Wynne, aged T6. At
Virginia, 1 lis., Mrs. John X. Wilson, aged
61. At rtirbury, Ills., Asahel Douge.nged
74. At Kj celsior Springs, Mo., Frank X.
Chick, vice president of the National Bank
of Kansar City. At Anoka, Minn., Dr.
Russell Whiteman. aged 72.
Gladstone secured precedence of his Irish
home rnlo bill in the house of commons by
a vote of 2"0to-ii8.
Harriet Hubbard Ayer has been con
fined in a private asylum fur the insane
since Feb. S. She is suffering from chronic
Orrin A. Skinner, the former Chicago
lawyer, has been sentenced at Syracuse
to five yeais at hard labor in prison for for
Maryland has brought suit agaiust
West Virg nia to recover the entire terri
tory lying between the north anil south
branches o: the Potomac river. Six large
counties w;th a population of nearly 100,
000 are involved.
Gordon McKay, the wealthy sewing
machine mm, is said to have remembered
Harvard college in his will to the exteut of
The wide w of a man who was lynched in
Tennessee has sued the sheriff for T,(H)0
damages on the ground that the official
:lid not gie adequate protection to his
Thomas O'Brien, the "king of liunko
stecrerv ias been located iu Buenos
Lee Tayl r, an emnlcve in a sawmill nt
New Castli , Penn., committed suicide by
holding his neck against a buzz-saw until
it was severed completely. Financial
troubles w( re the cause.
Frank II Jenkins, of Roxbury, Mass..
shot his wi.'e four times and then attempt
ed to comn it suicide with the fifth bullet.
Dissipation was the cause.
London advices announce the definite
sale of the Silver King mining group to a
Scotch syndicate. The price paid was il,-
TantlcrMit't New tiallroom.
Next season there wil". be a Mi:T Van-
derbilt lo e introduced. aiuI there is now
In process f con:.trucrioii for t:;is pleas
ant ever.t uttitaV.le U;"rooin. That Mr
Cornelius 'anderbilfs new ballroom w::'.
combine al! that is possible in artistic
and decorative effect is a foregone con
clusion. U is also safe to say that wher.
completed it will have cost as much or
mors mom y than any room of the ?:ze
anywhere i lsp. For example, 'hepronr.c
on which :t is boing built cost fOOO.OOO.
It occupies the space of three of the ole
Fifth avenrje houses. The first of these,
whose owt era had occupied it for a long
period am. were not anxious to move,
could only be br.v.gh: r.t a co?t cf $2oC-
000. The other two cost $:.:.-;". 0.
This tcal:cs ;v.i'- ac esjv-nsive bit of
Sround. ' v t -vhoj: ccnipleted the ball
room v.-;:. ' a frontage of 75 feet or.
Fifth arc! In :'r.is as large fuiic
tions caii I ? pivt n as in the Delmonico
ballroom, 'vhicli is little- if any bigger,
and the Vanderbilts car. entertain stran
gers cf di-itir.ct-.'-r. visiting the town.
Probably the coming out ball next sea
son of the i ldest daughter cf the house
of Vantlerbilt will be the finest affair
ever given here. The approach to the
ballroom, -yhich is snch a factor in add
ing to the final effect, is to be worthy of
the ballroom itself. New York World.
' A TVoman Rebuked.
The danger of making personal re
marks in any tongue is well shown. A
certain Caj tain Symons was riding in a
London omnibus, when there entered
ind sat opposite to him a man and his
wife. The lr-d' after a few minutes re
marked to her husband in Hintloostanee,
"Dekho, Sahib ko kaisa bara nak hai,"
which beir g interpreted means, "Look
what a larg e nose that gentleman hast"
The cap-ain had a large nose, but
though a ood natured man he could
not be generous enough to forego scoring
off the lady. To her horror, he immedi
ately rose ti lus seat and taking off hifi
hat replied in Hindoostanee also, "Han,
Sahib bahut bara nak hai." ("Yes,
madam, I have a very large nose.")
Loudon Tit-Bits. : j
Older Tier Ice of Fpetc.
Kock Js'vAKD, Jan., 31. This is to
notify the public that I have cut a
good supply of good, pure ice and
that I am not in any combination.
I am now ready to make contracts
for the coning season and would re
spectfully solicit a reasonable share
William T. SVence.
408 Forty-second Street.
The Weather Forecast.
For the next 36 hours, fair weather,
and warmer tomorrow.
Don't delay; always be on time, for
preventiot is better than cure. All
coughs and colds and such affections
of the throat and lungs as lead to
consumption are cured by Dr. Bull's
uu,r , mcwcaiaui l artar l owacr. no Ammonia: Vp Mum
TWO KIXDS OF W0MEK
need Dr. Pierce's
tion those who !
want to be made!
strong, and those
who want to be
made well. It
builds up, invigor
ates, regulates, and
It's for young
girls just entering
womanhood ; for
women who have
reached the critical
"change of life"; for women expect
ing to become mothers; for mothers
who are nursinar and exhausted ; for
every woman who is run-down, delicate,
For all the disorders, diseases, and
weaknesses of women, "Favorite Pre
scription" is the orwy remedy so unfail
ing that it can be guaranteed. If it
doesn't benefit or cure, in every case,
the money will v- returned.
Burtis Opera House,
Thursday, March 2.
A Hurricane of Lau;hter!
The Greatest Comedy Ever Produced !
VM. GILLETTE'S MASTERPIECE,
Wilh a complete cast of coineilin n.idor the
direction cf CUAKLKS r l.OilM AN.
Tofitively the Nw York oust.
tun! comical Situation !
Hear of Laughter!
Trices St. 7ic, Mc, 2.tc. Se t File at Flukc'e
Tuesday morning. Te'ephonc No. JO.
urtis Opera House,
Wednesday, Aarch 1st,
HOrKlXS' THAN S OCEANIC
STAR bTECiALTY Cc Ml'ANY.
The Grcai and Only
Assisted by Arti-s of Etal ished Rcp
u'ation from Enrcpc ird America.
Xo advance in prt c. $1, T5, S) and 25c. Scats
at Fluke's Monday. Feb. 27. Telephone Xo. 30
Washes everything from a tine
silk handkerchief t a cirens
tent; Lace curtains a specialty.
No. 1724 THIRD AVE.
A. M- & L. J. PARKER,
jo tan Volk Sc Oo..
SfiBb ()) ire B.'n Is t SiJmc, "si-'orjiis,
all c:o 1 if i M- i.ii;. icra
THE RIVERSIDE OAE
wi'.lkr-cp fire nil night with soft coal;
will r.ol tins or sna 'ke; heavy steel hodv;
lnre ssh I'Sn. CU and exomine this
wondetfal stoye.nlj '.y
The Verdict t;f Grat Artists
Iu FjiVi'r of ih'
From a lare number of letter in poescjsion of
the manu'actnrtr" inJorsinj the superiority of
the Kimball Pjar.o we mention the followlns well
known mus '.c ars who hive used and recommend
Adclira Patti, Mr. Tomiprjo. S:p. Saraeate,
Li'.li Lehman, Max Alvary. Ovide Musln,
Mimie Ilauk, S p Del Tutnte. . Behrens,
Mme. Alhant. S!jr. Artiiti. P. S. Gilmore.
ttme. Nordica. Eiuil Fischer, A. D. Novellin.
Fursch-Madi, Sig. I'croti. Emil Liebiina;,
Mme. Fabri. S'j:. llcvclli. ( has. Kunkel,
Cltmentine dc V-re, W. C. E. Secboeck
And many other j romincnt musicians of Eur.
ope and America.
The piano thus icdorsrd by the collective
Kcniua and authoritiea of the world may be found
'n large wicty. together with the Kimball, Reed
an : Portable pipe o cats as well as well a the
cclebra cd Hallet & Iiavia and Emerson pianos of
cheaper make, at the waretooms ef
B. ROY fiOWLBT'S.
1726 Second Ave.
Fiiv your Viavi remcdv of the cH Cis'.ahlishrd
firms; Wperboi. We are also sole acents for
ur. Springsteen s Latest Kcraeay.
Good salary or commission to agents BojWs and
consultation free. Call on or adores".
T Wir.ats Brows Co.
Room 15, Dittoe Block. Daxenport.
-Base Ball Headquarters.-
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the finest brands of domestic
ar.d imported cigars. All brands of tobacco.
The score of all the ball games wi'l be received
daily. 1 .n
L. OLOCEHOFF, Prop.,
' 15t Secoed Avenue.
Special attractions in Em
bioidries. Our entire new
Jine of fcwies, Ramburg and
Nainsook and colored em-broiderit-8
will be n sale
Beautiful designs, -Supnib
1 his -xhibit will repay your
careful ex mirati n
On ,1 I.:.
mt is liUed to CXJ
aia Lino. 8. LawB8. M I
and tQ-r fabrics in
Sf-ring opting of (.Vj.
5c a Yard.
The Furniture establishment ot
is replete with all the novelties of the sea
son, purchased for cash from the best
known makers in Grand Rapids. They can
not only save you money, but give you new
and choice designs in Parlor and Chamber
Furniture, sideboards, tables, chairs and
lounges. Thanking you for your patronage
they solicit an early call.
1625 and 1527
Second Avpinif .
f.M 126 and 126
Heating and Ventilating Engineers.
Gas and Steam Fitting,
a complete lin- of fipe. Brass Goods, Packing htte
Fire Brick4 Etc. L-argest and best quiip'd
establishment wrest of Chicago.
DAVIS tilJji.n Moline, HI. J US. 114 West Seventeenth t
TeleDhone 20S3. I Tslftihrno 1UH. KottluM
- f : i 1 1 ;
Lots of nice choice Suits for Men and Boys left, going at a
mere song. Many of them at less than one-fourth their actual
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