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Notice J. E. Reidy'B change of i.dver.
Schnell went to La Stlle&n busl
Tbe Rock Island Athletic club g ve a
iince at Armory hall Saturday niht.
Jim Scbafer ad Wi.llam Lynch went
to Cbicsgo on business this moraine;.
Rev. Grafton will speak this even.ng at
30 in the Twenty-ninth street chajel .
S. B. Tbalcker, commercial agent of
the M. K. T. route, is iu the city on bus,
Miss Bridie M. Egan is teaching at the
o. 4 school during the absence of Miss
Have your clothes made at Hcppe's
ud have a union label put on every gar
D. II- Lauderbacb, of Chicago, m wag
ing director of the Holmes syndicate, is
in the city.
Mr- Marshall, of Cordova, of the firm
ol Marshall Bros., was in the city on bus
We have full authority to use the lab el
issued by the Journeymen Tailors' Union
of America. Hoppe, the tailor.
MjloLee, Jr., late manager of the
Park house, at Be&rdstown, is in ths city
visiting old friends.
A bright little girl has arrived at the
home of Ed Macy and wife, of Fourth
avenue arid Ninth street.
Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Stewart give a
reception at their residence, 805 Nine
teentb street, tomorrow evening.
Acknowledgements of The Abguh for
a very nice assortment of the cake of the
Jordon-Kough wedding last evening.
Mrs. R- Q. Mc Arthur, who has been
visiting friends in the city for a few iliye,
started for Indianapolis this morning .
Miss Tona Bauer, who has been visits
ing in the city the past few weeks, re
turned to ber home in Caiogo this
Mrs. J. B. Dunham who has been visit
ing in the city and the west the past few
months, will start for her borne in Ithaca,
N. T., this evening.
Owing to the death of Hazel Salisbury
tbe reception to have been given t.t the
residence of Capt. Robinson this ev ning
has been postponed and invitatiots re
Geo. Tleasants is back at the office of
tbe Glass company after an illnes3ol eev-
h eral weeks, and Chas. Huebinger, who
had taken his place, has returned to his
home in Ottawa.
TVeinburger & Hildebrand, the ice raen
have bad a force of men at work ca ting
the crystal substance for the past, two
weeks, completing their labors yesterday
f; They have their houses well filled with
Tbe children of the German Eaglish
school were given a jolly sleish ride this
morning through the kindness of Wi Ham
Huber9, Julius Juoce and John Obl-
weiler, who placed sleighs at their dis
Zie G jton, tbe actress, who is wa'king
from San Francisco to New York, reached
Syracuse Monday, and appears certain to
reach ew i ork in ample time to win the
wager depending upon the time of the
It is reported that the real signific ance
of Hon. W. C. Collins' return from Chi
cago is tbe formation of a new company
of which Mr. Collins is to be the heai, to
purchase the Union and make a live re
publican paper out of it.
Tonight occurs the regular monthly
meeting of the Rock Island Citizens' Im
provement association. An important
matter to be disposed of will be the final
action on tbe matter of permanent Doms
for the association .
Lovers of fine art will find a rare exhi
bition of German, French and Italian
original water colors on exhibition and
sale at Huebinger's art gallery. Mr
Euebinger oclv canies the finest line of
art goods and a call at his emporium will
convince you that it is the only place in
the city where such fine goods are sold.
The firm of M. Terbury has received
the contract for the plumbing in the new
High school building at Cedar Ra pids,
erected by John Volk. The contract
is a large one and the successful bidders
Lad lively competition. Chas Yerbury
baa returned from Cedar Rapids, here
be Bigned the contract. Thk Argcs cons
gratulateB the people of Cedar Rapids on
the wisdom of its choice in this con t -act.
The home of J. T. Foster, of L30118.
Iowa, was burglarized ou the nieh. of
Feb. 8. and a valuable gold watch be
longing to his wife wa9 taken, along with
several other articles. One day this
week Detective Gartland found the w atcb
n a pawn shoD in Rock Island, and the
thief. John Connors, has been am sted
and bound over to the district court at
Clinton in tbe sum of $500. The w atcb
was a beautiful jeweled affair valued at
H2. Dayenport Democrat.
Mrs. A. C. Buxrali fell at the corner
of Third avenue and Fifteenth street this
morning and sustained a severe fracture
of the left thigh. She wa8 carried to her
borne on Third avenue and Thirtt enth
street and law this afternoon was re
ported resting comfortably with no seri
ous aDDrehension on tbe part of ht r at
tendants as to the outcome.
The news of Gen. Palmer's election as
United States senator; created reat re
joiciag all over the city, yesterday after
noon, manv rennblicana joining in the1
expressions of gratification, not only that
principle loag fought for bad triumphed
out that the state had been spared the
disgrace of haviuar the Mercer county
demagoguj as one of its representatives
ia the United States senate.
A dispatch from Aurora, III., Hates
that Miss Callie Reynolds, of that city,
will receive $500,000. willed to her by
ber me'e. tve late "Diancond Jo." Miss
Callie is the daughter of ih late James
Reynolds, of Aurora, a brother of "Dia
mond Jo." Her mother is also dead.and
she lives with the divorced wife of Jo in
that city. She says the legacy was en
tirely unexpected, as there was never anv
intimacy between the two families.
Special car 51 of tbe C. B. & Q ar
rived on the St. Louis train at 6:45 yester
day morning and contained the following
officials of the road: W. P. Merrell.
general manager; J. D. Besler, general
superintendent; Thomas Miller, general
freight agent; F. C. Rice, superintendent
Illinios lines; G. W. Rhodes, general mis
ter mechanic; W. B. Throop. superintend
ent St. Louis division; C. W. Eckerson,
master.mechanic Beardstown. They left
again at 12:05 over the C. R. I. & P.,
forJL Salle. 8j far as is known no
special significance is attached to their
visit here, although there is much fear
and anx'ety about the Burlington depot
as'to the possibility of some decapitation
3 C O. Patch tn W H Huev. Dart
lot 9, block 2. H R Edwards ari.li Lion
J Starkey to W Baker, nell swll. and
selj nw 1. 13,200
M J Hubbard to Samuel Baker, sel and
swi nej. 20.16, 3w, and nwl swl. 21.
16. 3w. 3.250.
C D Baker to S Baker, eel and swl ne
h 20. 16. 3w. and nwj , 21, 16. 3w,
Hulda Buehler tvi Minnie Herath. tl
lot 9, block 4. Bailev and Boyle's ad. to
Rock Island. $645 89.
Georee Hartunz to 8 D Hartung.. part
of lots 5 and 6. t lock 11, old town of
8 S Well to W Mohr. lot 11. block 21.
town of Hampton, $30.
Mike O Keilly to L zzie S Christerson.
part of block 7 and 8. 5. 17. lw. $36.
A H Arp to A C Wood v all. part of lot
30. aa. is, lw, fl.100.
Nicholas Senz to A Stamm. sel. 34. 16.
5-John Rah to F J Whiteside, wl swl.
is. 13, i?e, and part ofnel. 24. 2e. 2.50u
J Holland to J M Murray, part of sel.
33. 19. le. 400.
C Cousecs to CharlesDe Scbepptr.
pirt of lot 18, 6. 17, lw, and lot 57. first
addition to Edgewood Park. $200.
E H Guyer, et al. to J G Anderson, lot
9 h I nr z 1 f?rMo0A TTTThta aMitinn ,
Kock Island, $260
J A Donahoo to J E Donahoo. eJ sel
and swj. Bt. and part of nw. sej. 36.
19. 2e. nnd j of lot 2. 21. 16. 2e. S7.50O.
J E Donahoo to R I Donahoo. sel
and sw. eel and prtof nwi sej. 37. 19,
2e. and lot 2, 31. 19. se. $7,600.
6 J LiHuevio C H Patch, part of
lot 9, block 2, Edward's addition to Mo
C H Patch to J L Uuey. part of lot 9,
block 2. W II Edward's addition to Mo
F M Sinnet to John Rosenkrantz, part
cf lot 5, block 2. Sinnet's second addition
tJ Rock Island, S-'JGo.
G M Ford to E J Anderson, part of lot
8. block 29. old town of Moline, $2,000.
7 William Benbam by heirs to Deere
& Co. lot 16, block 4, old town of Moline
C. M. Osborn and Henry Curtis to
August Vandevoorde part of 1st 3, block
48, Chicago or Lower addition to Rock
G. J. M. Colburn to Twenty-ninth
street Sunday school society lot 1. block
3, C. Lynde's addition to Rock Island,
M. and J. Healey to Joseph Young lot
4, block 5, Healey 's first addition to Rock
10 H. A. J. McDonald to H. A. Mc
Donald, part of lot 5. block 5. Bailey &
Boyle's first addition to Rock Island, $1.
John E. Downing to George Downing,
part of lot 5 and 6. block 63, Chicago or
lower addition to Rock Island, $3,375.
March 2 Estate of Hiram Walker,
ojdministrator's report filed and approved
Estate of J. B. Cox. Administrators
A port riled and approved.
Estate of A Tittenngton. Claims of
F. Ludolph allowed in seventh class.
Estate of Daniel Mosher. Proof of
notice to creditors.
Claim of John and McClellan Mosbrr,
1 114.27, allowed in Beventb class.
3 Estate of Taul Jahn WiU admitted
to probate; letters testamentary issued to
Eva R Jabn; bond waived by will; W
8 Park, 8 C Taylor and Hugh Stropes
4 Uuardiansuip oi noy j. rowier.
Loan of $800 to M. Jones for three years
at 8 oer cent secured by mortgage on
lots 4 and 5 in block C, Water Power ad
diiion to Moline. approved.
In re the Detition for incorporation
of the village of Reynolds; vote at elec
tion for or against incorporation neiu
Feb. 28, canvassed by W. Judge, David
Hawed and Samuel Cooke, justices of the
peace, and result declared to be 33 votes
for incorporation and 3 vo.es agains.iu"
K Estate of W. W. Curtis Apprais
ment bill and widow's award filed and
approved; widow's reliquishment and
selection filed and approved and order
that executor turn over property so se
lectnd to widow.
ftuardianshiD of minor heirs of W. W.
Curtis Bond of Eliza Curtis as guardian
filed nnd approved and letters or guard
ianship issued to her.
Oh! His excellent to have a giant's
trencMh" and walk the earth free and
hinni aa.in. was what the man said
.hpn h had cured his ten-vear rheuma-
tiam with a bottle of Salvation Oil
Progressive euchre ice cream. Each
neraon creta a ulate of ice cream with the
exact cut of a card on top. When giving a
r-acd nartv have these and order teem
from Krell & Math's.
THE ABGUS. THUKSDAT. MAKO.i 12. 1891.
THE CABLE FILTER.
H. Jewell Completes the Details
for the Plant.
The riaat will be im full llur.il..
J Aill 1-The Htfklifr). .
O. H. Jewell, of the Jewell Filter com
pany of Chicago, having the contract for
the Cable memorial filter, spent yesterday
In Rock Island . To an Argus representa-
tive Mr. Jewell said:
"We expect to have our filter in opera
tion by April 1. Most of the machinery
is now on the ground. In fact it ia all
here except the pump and it was shipped
from New York today. It is what is
known as the Hooker improved steam
pump and is the best made. The three
tanks 12 feet in diameter by 14 feet high
are on hand as are 40 tons of white crushed
quartz, together with the internal works
of the machinery."
Mr. Jewell also stated that he let tbe
contract to Davis & Co. to put the filter
together and that it would be done under
the supervision of Superintendent Murrin.
The gravity process provided for in the
Jewell system both in first C06t and that
of maintenance, and also of its desirabi
lity in many other respects, is altogether
the most economical to adopt where a
large quantity of water is required.
Bpte-.ai Tax Rotics
Tfce law requires tbe township collector
to turn bin books over to the county treass
urer early in March, and those who have
not yet paid their taxes are respectfullv
requested to do so immediately, and save
the penalty which the state law Imposes.
Drtss Linings Cat Ttf
at dress cutting school over McCabe'a
dry goods store. The Ladies' Tailor Co.
CHaXQZS Of tLlktaTK
Kill mote people thin is generally known. Ftt
ticular:y U this the case in intnres -there the
constitution is de'icate. ant among our immi
rrant population seeking new homes In these
portions of the west, and m here mslariaTand ty
pboid fevers prevail at certain -ca.ous of tbe
yesr. The bet pn-psraliv tor a cbngo of cli
mate, or of diet ana water which thai chance
necessitate, ts listener's Mornvb Bifero.
which not only fortifies tbe systim arainwt ma
lane, a -arvaole tempetatnro. damp, an J tbe tie
buiUlinp effects of tropical heat, bat l also tbe
leading remedy for constipation, dyp-U, liver
complaint, bojlly tronblis spec a'ly apt to at
tack emigrants and visitors to regions near tbe
equator, mariner' and tourists. Whether ased
as a safeiraarl by sea voyager, travelers by land,
miners, or of am-lcultorista in newly populated
districts, this floe specific hit elicited lb most
avorable tes imony.
17 REMEMBER 17
J VA IS THE NAME OF THAT U Li
That Cores CATARRH, HAY-FEVER. COLD Id
tbe HEAD, SORE THROAT, CANKER,
Plica BIjOO. Pint BOttlas.
For Sale by leading Druggists.
PREPiaZD OBIT ST
Klinck Catarrh & Bronchial Remedy Co.
B2 JACKSON ST.. CHICAGO, ILL.
Sjoipg Out of Business.
OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF
Furniture, Carpets, Draperies,
iggfWILL BB SOLD
Iegetrdless of Gost !
"Credit gifn reliable people.
The C. F. Adams Home Furnishing House
322 BRADY ST,
"Situations wanted" and local Help
wants not exceeding three lines in
serted one week In the DAILY ARGUS
For Sale, Rent. Exchange and Miscel
laneous wants Inserted one day at lc
per word; three days at a per word
and one week at !Sc per word.
NICETY FCRMsnSD ROuM POR TTO
KeQt.emen at Twentieth ttrrei.
U.S. TREASURY T1ICPARTMKNT. Vrntu
To. D. C-, March 6.p"l.--elxl pmpooals will b
rwrtvert. to be opened at o'clm-k p. tn April
7. 191, for tbe sale to Iho United Mate of suit
able property, rentrallr mlconvwiWuUjr loca
Ud. for a site for tbe public bulMlnr author
ized by act of convreM, approved lMremlier
M. Ihmu and March 3. jhi, to tie erected in Kock
Inland, Illinois. A corner lot, approximating
IM feet front by ISO fe-t In llmolon. Is pre
ferred. If not a corner lot. the property must
approximate IHO feet by :0 feet In Ul men-Ion-;
the 1 Ml reet to be street frontiur. fcach pro
posal must le made with the unlentatidlnr
nml atrreement that, if it is accepted, the huild
tnirs and all Improvements on the pnierty are
to bo retained, and removed within 3U days
after written notice, bv the TerxV r. and that
all expenses connected with furhkbinir evi
dence of title and deeds of conveyance are to
be paid by the vendor. Fach proixisaJ must be
accompanied by a properly drawn dliirram,
riving the metes and bounds of the prMrty,
and showing the streets around the block In
which the proporty is situated; also by a writ
ten statement in reran! to the arades. charac
ter of ground for tounlatlon. etc. The right
to'rcject any and m'l prooNtl is rwr l.
Itsch proposal must be sealed, marked "Pro
powtl for the sa e of prnpertv fin site for tbe
public building in Kock Inland. Illinois.- and
adilrewd and mailed to CHAKLP.S UsTF.K,
btcrcUry of tbe Treasury. - asbiogioo. l. C.
HOW IS YOUR CHILD?
Swift's Specific is tSe great
developer, of dcl-cate child
ren. It 'eu'ates the Tf--tions;
it stimulates the skin to
healthy action, and assist
nature in development.
There is no tonic for child
ren equal to 5 S S
Send for -ut irc diseon Llood aad
Skrn l'iM n'
Swtrr M-kxim. Co.. Atlas La, Ga.
sad I'D bM a mt aw.
Wolff s AG M EB lacking
IS A CHEAT LABOR SAVER.
A SHINE LASTS A WEEK.
RAIN AND SNOW DON'T AFFECT IT.
MAKES A SHOE WATERPROOF.
fSED BT MEN. WOMr:X n CHILDRX.
Cn b lik. hi t'Wh
ASK IR All MOPES ton
M m rAtmr rr err L 71 IT iT0.
mr cu tet ru.l m "lr
ul Cuti C.iat.iw I Vmrnith
win ar.i vou Oie a.s.c-s ' mmtmr
ymtu. Im. Co. c I ftmc
WOLFr st K1KDOLPB. PUladelpbla.
HERMAN KOLL'S, M. D.
This tDedidnr Is made from Gcrtsan roots
and taertM Itais mlicio Is tbe ttt c-urr tor
consumption, malaria, rbitimati-m aod all
rickDHhSof thestumat'b aud litr.
For sale at
83 Twelflb i-tr-ct. Kuck lsiaod. !U.
Dayenport Steam Dye Works
Kroen 4 Corno's. rropn-Uirs. 312 Dr
nsoa strwt.LsT:Dport. lows.
Dyeing, Cleansing and
in tb- err t-st anl latt nannr w.tb
tbe aid ot tin- l-t iu.tnu r .
tT"F-atbcrtM-l auJ pillows rvtiut aU-d
' tmisX n
Are arriYing In such quaatitiee
that we are kept busy
markine and art an cine.
Early, do you say?
Well, we don't tbink ao. judging
from tne way people are bayinc .
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.uuo yards choice styles In
gingnams In short lengths 1 yd.
to 12 yard pieces, price always
When sold in usual way from
iuu pieces, we bought at
a price and they are yours
fort 10c a yd. Fast colors.
Trtock Island. Illinois.
Three Times as
A sty otbrr nmlUr rU;tl ia tfer e ty.
CLEIWJ & SALZMANN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Ncs 124. 123 and 12S Sixteenth Street,
A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold is
Irish Cough Sryup
Acts quickly, is perfectly safe and nerer fai!s to cure all Lung troubles.
TRT IT" 10c, i5c and Wc Dottle.
Mrilc'.n kaowa for aU KJ4aey.
Be a Battle Samples free.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOHN & ADLER
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street
L A D I E S
Have 70a worn
THE LION PROCESS SHOE?
If not try a pair; they will give you more Balis
faction for yonr money than any shoe you have
ever bought. Only one sole and that of THE VERY
BEST. Outer and inner sole one solid piece of the
best sole leather.
No RippiDg off of Soles.
No Squeaking, and no Breaking in.
Jutt as easy as a baud turned, and will wesr twice
as long. Every pair stamped on tbe sole
rOB SALE BT
Soto Ageot for Bock Island.
Central Shoe Store, ZIm Street Store,
1818 Second Avenue. tti9 nfUi Avenue,
Don't wait till they are gone.
Stacks of dress goods.
Double fold all wool mixtures 26c a yd
Handsome wool broken checks, wide.
50c- a yard.
36 in plain and mixtures, all wool,
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 12sc,our
price 1 0 cents
Splendid assortment of ladies
muslin nnderwear'at popular
To Judge of the good values offered
yon mast see for yourself.
Large a Stock of
Loaj aa4 Sumacs trtbU. Is
and Liver Pills.
Druggist, Rock Island.
1c. h. a t. 1
PsS. Kr4. 4. ISM. I