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TILE ARGUS, TnUKSDAY, MARCH lfi, 1899-
The Wther We My Hue.
raia or snow Friday.
Today's temperature if.
J. M. Sbebieb, Observer. ;
Bicycles at Ilynes.
Read Adams' new aJ.
J lead Adams' new a!.
Read Adams" new al.
Leaf lard at Gil in ore's.
Fresh li-li at Ilea Bros".
Elerharts piano house.
Fresh lish at Schroeder's.
Swell topcoats. M. it K.
Lots for sale. Reidv Bros.
Fresh river h at Long's.
WiM ducks at Schroder's.
Sehroeder's for vill ducks.
Shamrocks at '1'refz & Co's.
For insurance, E. J. Burns,
lie wise anl siuoke Kinship.
For real estate, E. J. Burns.
St. Patrick's day in the morning.
Homes on installment plan, Reidy
St. Patrick ties at Voting & Mc
Democratic convention tonight at
Green ties for St. Patrick's day at
Young & MeCoinbs'.
Bulk ami canned oysters at Hes9
Bios'. Phone 10:11.
M. W. A. suspendi-rs, 2- cents, at
Young & MeCoinbs'.
Order your fresh lish at Hess Bros",
tomorrow. Phone 10.11.
Plenty of fresh river lish at Schroe-
ilcr's market tomorrow.
Plenty of fresh lobsters ami ciccoes
at I less Bros', tomorrow.
Fresh herring, mackerel and smelts
at I less Bros", tomorrow. Phone lu:fl.
Sec if we can tit you in a pair of
cordovan shoes. $.j.0 tiality, $l.dO.
M. & K.
The Hallelujah club will give a
grand ball at Bochc's hall Saturday,
New styles of gents' laundried and
negligee shirts now ready at Young
Dancing school at Roche's hall
every Wednesday. Gentlemen 25
cents. Ladies free.
Those plaid and stripe silks are the
talk of the town: M and .00 cents at
Young & MeCoinbs'.
Grant Hart, colored, was arrested
tolay on complaint of Albert Sanders
for assault and battery.
Plenty of fresh halibut, blue lish.
white lish and pickerel at Hess Bros',
tomorrow. Photic 10:51.
If you want the latest production
of men's tine shoes M. it K. are show
ing the new spring styles.
A false tire alarm was caused this
afternoon while repairing the instru
ment at police headquarters.
For a limited time the People's
Power company will sell lump coke at
ft jer ton. ami crushed coke at $1.40,
at the works.
The stage of water at the Bock Isl
and bridge at J a. m was o.l'O and at
noon it was o.xi). The temperature
at noon was :?s.
Now is the time to pick out your
new spring dress, as we are showing
the finest line in the three cities.
Young it McCombs.
William Tref. is out with another
new express wagon Iiich liears the
number 11. It is representative of
his good looking express line.
A splendid upright piano, double
veneered mahogany case, used only
si weeks, will lie sold at a very low
ligure. Kberhart's piano house.
XV. XV. Clarke has leeii requested"
by his friends, ami will bob up before
the republican convention as a cam
date for the city cle.kship nomiDa
tr. Iickhart. Mrs. Davenport and
Mrs. H. F. Joseph, the judges on in
dnstrial fair needlework. have
nwarded the prize to Mrs. Olson. 431
Clinton and return any time during
the season of I3l9 for the return to
us of l.OO Anti-Wash board soap wrap-
tiers. Begin to save them now. ar
nock & Ralston.
Make every purchase count. A
purchase of Rock Island soap of anv
brand counts three times: Once for
irood work, once for premiums and
once for the good of our town.
The Milwaukee car. containing lwg-
gage and mail, is still in quarantine
at the Twentieth street depot. Noth
inr further has leen heard from the
smallpox victim, Phil Storubs.
I can place money in amounts of
$100, $200, $.500. f.000, f 1.000 and up
in an investment that will pav i to
txr cent. Apply to E. J. Burn.",
room 12, Mitchell & Lvnde building,
The ladies who are endeavoring to
raise funds with which to pay for the
installation of a heating plant in St
Joseph's school will serve supper at
St. Patrick 9 dance at Industrial hall
tomorrow evening. The charge will
be 15 cents.
From May 14 to 17, the C, R. I. &
P. will sell round trip tickets to San
Francisco at a rate of one fare. Tickets
irood to return up to July 15. Forin-
formation rerardinj rates, through
ar service, stopovers, etc., apply to
C. R. I. & P. ticket ollice.
Jesse . trean, for lue past year
clerk in the Petersen department
store at Davetitwirt, was arrested yes
terday for systematic stealing from
his employers, goods taken from the
stock valued at $150 having lecn
found in his room by the police.
The body of Henry Havil, the man
who broke through the ice near Port
Byron the other day whilcdriving over
the ice with a load of coal, has not yet
been recovered. It is thought now
that the ice has gone out it will be
found in a few days.
Harry Harris is at the Moline Ath
letic club rooms training for a tight in
which he participates in Chicago
Friday night. He will return Mon
thly and continue his training for a go
to be pulled off in Davenport about
April 15. He is a twin In-other of the
noted Jimmy Harris.
The Moline republicans made the
following aldermanic nominations
last night: First ward, Gus Ed: Sec
ond. Charles V. Johnson: Third,
Frank A. Herbst 'Fourth. C. H. Perrin:
Fifth. A. H. Marselus: Sixth. F. L.
Dorman: Seventh. Dr. C. E. White
side. The delegates are for Dr. P. II.
Wessel for mayor.
The Illinois conference of the An.
gnstana svnod at Roekfard elected
Prof. A. O. ik-rscll. of Rock Island,
and J. B. Oakleaf. of Moliue, lay dele
gates to the general assembly of
synods to he held at St. Paul in June.
As members of the executive commit
tee of the synod C. XV. Foss and A. G.
Anderson, of Rock Island, were elected.
Henry Myers, a former resident of
Bock Inland, is dying at Wakeeney,
Kas.. according to a telegram received
yc-tcrday by Mr. Julia Schrciner.
upon whose farm Myers has lieen liv
in:; for the past few years. The mes
sage aked that the dying man's wife
be notitied. The police, ujon investi
gation, ascertained that Mrs. Myers,
shortly after h-r husband went west,
left Rock Island herself, stating that
she intended to return to her native
home in Germany. Myers and one
Harry Evans were batching" it on
t he Wakecnev farm.
PERSONAL AND SOCIAL.
An Excellent Combination.
The pleasant method and beneficial
effects of the well known remedy.
STRfe or Figs, manufactured ly the
Cai.ifoksia Fio Sykit Co.. illustrate
the value of obtaining the liquid laxa
tive principles of plants known to be
medicinally laxative ami presenting
them in ths form most refreshing to the
taste and acceptable to the system. It
Is the one perfect strenpthe'ninp laxa
tire. clfansinir the i,v&teiu effectually,
dispelling- colds, headaches and feveis
gently yet promptly and enabling- one
to overcome habitual constipation per
manently. Its perfect freedom from
every objectionable quality and sub-Ktan-e.
and its acting on the kidneys,
liver and bowels, without weakeninp
or irritating them, make it the ideal
In the process of ruaniriacluriDfj fifrs
are ued. as they art pleusant to the
taste, but the medicinal qualities of the
remedy are obtained tr,m senna and
other aromatic plants, by a method
known to the California I io Steit
Co. only. In order to pet its Wneticial
effects and to avoid imitations, please
remember the full name of the Company
printed on the front of every packafv.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN TRAKKSCO. CAL.
IjOUTSVTLUE. IT. XIW YORK. U V.
Foe aJe by all imigsirt. Price 50c. per bcttle
The Thirty club has a dancing party
at Carse hail this evening.
Mrs. Marshall Shaw has returned
from New York.
William Stewart is reported much
Mrs. Dan Mt-Kinncr entertained a
ntiinler of ladies at her home. 40s
Fourth avenue, this afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. James Ottley. of Chi
cago, are visiting at the home of their
arents. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Chand-
of South Rock Island.
A reception will le given at the V.
M. C. A. tomorrow night to the mein
Ijers of the association and their
friends by the Kpworth League of the
First Methodist church.
Miss Kate Gillmore of Philadelphia
is in the city, her venerable father, F.
B. Gillmoi'e. iK-ing seriously ill at the
home of his son. XV. F. Gillmore, on
C3bC XCVVV V.-.... .v,.. v-.,.i -- .
Etdredgt, the wheel that
Miller Rides ....
HARPER HOUSE BLOCK.
Repre&eiting 14 Leading Bicycle Makers
of the World.
III Life Wan Saved.
J. E. Lilly, a prominent citizen
of Hannilial, Mo., lately hail a won
derful deliverance from a frightful
death. In telling of it he says: ''I
was taken with typhoid fever that ran
into pneumonia. My lungs lecame
hardened. I was so weak I couldn't
even sit up in bed. Nothing helped
me. I opected to soon die of con
sumption, when I heard of Dr. King's
New Discovery. One bottle gave great
relief. I continued to use it, and now
am well and strong. I can't say too
much in its praise. This marvelous
medicine is the surest and quickest
cure in the world lor ail throat ana
lung trouble. Regular sizes 50 cents
and f 1. Trial bottles free at Hart 7. &
L'llemever's drug store; every bottle
The liest bracer,' with no reaction
later, is -Orangeine.'"
Itchiness of the skin, horrible
plague. Most everybody afllicted in
one way or another. Only one safe,
never failing cure Doan's Ointrceat-
At any drug store. 00 cents. For sale 1
by Marshall & Fisher.
No grade so high as the Sky High Crescent grade.
ard examine the 1S99 models at
015-1617 Sscond Avenue.
52 EIJBEDUE-$50. 00. 40.00 35.00
COLUMBIA chainless. 93 model. $65.00
gj l9 model, $75.00 chain. $50 40 25-
RAMPI.ER-30-i.uh. $.5. $40 $35.
LUTHV highest price chain wheel made.
gf TRIBUNE-$50, $.,0.
$1 tk;er-$50. $30.
5$ IMPERIAL-. $30
4$ ADLAKE-5. $ 30. $25
$5 IDEALS-&J0. $25- $20 $1S
"0 IDEALS boys and girls, $t6. $tS, $20
Ladies' Diamond Frame Eldredge $50'
. . Remember the Maine . .
Place for a Trade, Buy or Sell a
Bicycle is at LLOYDS,
Harper House Block.
LLOYD'S Spinner Spins
The Best Wheel Ever Made
for the Trice
No Matter How Cheap
Others Claim They Are,
LLOYD Will Do Better.
Wholesale ami Ketail IticycIeH. Everything Hold fully g;uiirtnt ecil.
SUXDKIKS AND RKPAIKINQ.
DO YOU KISOW
That a coffee blender who
sends his goods into every
city in the educated world
has a reputation to sustain?
Well, then you know that
when you buy the
Chase Sanborn Coffee
You are getting a berry that
is absolutely perfect in
every respect. We have
secured the sole agency for
this firm's goods, anil can
sell you any grade you may
desire, guaranteeing every
berry perfect in purity and
strength. One trial is all
Chase Sanborn Teas
Are never equaled in their
excellence and are therefore
in the zenith of the world's
favor. Like their coffees,
this tirni guarantees every
pound that leaves our
store. One trial is all we
18S0 3ol At.
EVERY DAY WANTS.
Read every item; there may be
something you need.
i.arce ootue nouseiiohi ammonia . . op
'hamois skin 10c
Stove brush 10c
Rice root scrub brush 4c
"aint brushes up from ."ic
Whitewash brush up from 10c
Large sponge 10c
foot step ladder 4'.c
Metal polish per bottle 5c
reather duster 10e
arpct beater llc, l.rc, 20e
Galvanized pails 15e
2 hoop pails lc
Tack hammer .rc
Tack puller 8c
'arpet stretcher. lest made. 6oc
Soldering set complete loc
N ire can! racks l.ic, l-'Oc, 2oc
Curtains with spring rollers com
ELECTRIC SI PPLIES.
Batteries, bells, salmoniac, . zinc.
wire, push buttons, etc. t omplete
out tit for y.Sc.
All kinds of needles, lelts, oil. sup
b Spring Novelties....
We have an epiisite
Hue of Sash Buckles in
enameled, jeweled and
cut steel, beautiful de
signs, not to 1 found
elsewhere. Also Violet
Hearts, all kinds of
Coral Cyrano Beads,
Jeweled Side Combs,
Jeweled Circular Combs
and Jeweled Book
All articles tastefully
engraved free of charge.
Photoctched souvenir ppons
of Woodman building and
. . ELEGANCE
Will give you a top coat that a tailor would
keep you waiting five days and charge you
$20, and it wouldn't be a bit too much nor a
bit better, wouldn't fit any better, nor would
the style be more correct. They are made
with pure silk yokes, the best of silk lining,
every inside edge piped with silk and every seam sewed with
three rows of silk twist. They are the made-to-measure,
dealers $20 kind, and positively superior to some of the $15
wonders advertised by some of the ready-to-wear dealers.
Top Coats at $6.00
That have all the style and snap of a $12 coat, have broad
square shoulders skirts cut wide and loose, and they hang
straight down without a wrinkle, made of fine tan coverts and
trimmed with excellent body lining. They are right up to the
minute in style and finish. Men of taste wear these swell top
coats we are selling at $o, notwithstanding the fact that they
have always had their clothing made to order.
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1729 Second Avenue, Rock Island.
115 and 117 VV. Second St Davenport.