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Easter novelties at Krell & M th'i.
Fred H. Buck is laid up with the
Very fine folding beds at Clemam &
giby buggies at Clemana & Snizmta n's
Thomas Ma?kio is 8riously ill
Wtlli U gr'PPe-
C. J. Searle left for Ottawa this norn.
kg on business.
r. il. Hinman, of Cambridge was in
Mrs. C. W. Wilcox is visiting with
friends in Sheffield.
Sice rooms and board, at the St Jumes
hotel Rock Island.
Jobn Babcock and son, of Waterto wn,
were in the city today.
Just opened a nice line of neck' v car
t Lloyd & Stewart's.
Morris Beagy, of Hampton, paid Hock
Island a visit yesterday.
Lloyd & Stewart have hats from f 1 up,
in (he very latest styles.
Mrs. George Parsons has returned from
an extended Visit in Michigan.
Those nice baby baggies at Kami &
Hockstaed's are geing lively.
Wanted A competent cook, by Mrs.
C. G Carter. 180? Fifth avenue.
Ed Nance leaves ibis evening on a visit
to bis home in Belle Plaine, Iowa.
Over three hundred rolls of carpet to
select from aOiemann & Saizmann'e .
One price only and that the lowest at
H. F. Cordes. No. 1802 Second avtnae.
Easter egps from two for lc up to 50c
each; all the latest at Krell & Math's.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Robinson returned
from Spirit Lake, Iowa, this morning.
Ei. Lamp leaves for Spokane, Wash
ington. Tuesday, for permanent resi
dence. Nice banana?, sweet oranges, new dates
and fresh figs, always on hand, at Krell
We always have ice cream. Sar d in
jour order Krell & Math, step in and
tave a dish.
Five acres on the Milan road, all plat
ted in lots, for sale at a bargain by Geo.
W. D. Karris.
The very latest styles, no last years
patterns, in carpets at Kann & Hack
Don't fail to see that new bedroom set
the new combination dresser at Kann
Get your small candies for filling Eas
ttr eggs from Krell & Math; they have the
rejular egg mixture.
Baby buggies sell like hot cakes at
those low prices at H. F. Cordes, No .
1602 Second avenue.
The longest, leanest, lankest man i i the
three cities is getting fat at the St. James
hotel. Hock Island.
Still they are coming, new carpets and
straw matting, every day, at H. F. Cordes
No. 1S02 Second avenue.
Some nice front rooms and board for
two gents, or man and wife, at tha St.
James hotel. Rock Island.
Ia the new style hats for the erring
Llojd & Stewart are showing the f.ae st
line ever shown in thi3 city.
O. 8. Daily, formerly a clerk at Mc -Cabe
Bros., has gone into businesH on
his own account in Port Byron. '
Three times as large a stock of furni
tare aLd carpets as at any other place in
the city, at Clemann's & SilzmaDn's.
The most nervous, restless, sleepless
person in the city can sleep with easo and
quiet, at the St. James hotel, Rock Island
Remember that big stock of carpets
you see in II. F. Cordes window, No
1802 Second avenue, are all new and sell
Mrs. F. S. McGee. who has been visit
ing with friends in the city the past few
days, returned to her home in Iowa City
The St. Patricks' society of this city
will celebrate St. Patricks day on March
17, with a dance at Armory ball in the
Tboee who oould not be waited on
during the rush at H. F. Cordes are re
quested to call again. No. 1802 Second
The democrats of Moline are an ang
eg for a demonstration ia honor ef the
coble 101 and Gen. Palmer's victory, next
The Hooker pump for the Cable me
mortal filter at the water works arrived
this morning and will be immediately
dut in place.
A good house of nine rooms, good cellar
and cistern, goodjlot and barn, well lo
atqd on Third avenue, for sale chei p by
George W. D. Harris.
Incandescent lights have been hung
and a new floor is being pat in the W. TJ
Wegraph office, which J Iter improve'
ment was badly needcu. '
New house of seven rooms, good well.
cistern, barn, sheds, trees, etc., n the
hluff, just outside of the city limits, for
sale by George W. D. Harris.
At the close of the morning sermon in
tie First Methodist church tomorrow, a
large class of converts are to receive the
ordinance of christian baptism.
Bavid Fitzgerald, township aolltctor.
will turn his tax books over to Cc nnty
Treasurer Campbell, March 25th. Hurry
up and save additional costs.
The little three-year-old daughter of J,
O. Logan and wife 1917 Forath avonue,
fell from a high chair last evening cutting
an ugly gash In the forbead. The child
is much better today however and Is not
U ftbrious as was at first supposed.
Mrs. A. C. Burrall is resting easy to
day and is doing as well as could be ex
pected. in view of the severity of her in
jurr.and her age.
C. F. Fleming leaves for San Jose.Cal,
tomoi row night with his wife a;:d chil
dren. He will return in three weeks to
finish up his business affairs here.
Mrs. M. A. Barber and Mrs. E. V.
Kettering, of Galesburg, mother an d sis.
ter respectively of A. F. Berber, are vis
iting with his family on Twentieth street
Two acres with brick house of six
rooms, good cellar, well, cistern, barn,
fruit trees, etc. Convenient to Milan
street car line; for sale by G eorge W. D.
Capt. Geo. Lamonthas so'd his subur.
ban property in South Rock Island to fl.
W. Dusinberre, who will occupy it as a
residence, while Capt. Lamont will move
his family to this city.
The meeting of the clerks' assemblv.
held in the parlors of the Keator house
in Moline on Thurfdiv evening was
largely attended and a number of new
members admitted, among them bein
several salesladies of that city.
Elsewhere appears the notice rf
City Clerk Koehler for the city township
ection on Tuesday April T.when a mav-
or, clerk, treasurer and attorney and an
alderman from each warJ in the city, and
collector, assessor, an 1 two auo0ri,-ir
in the tOWnshlD. are trt h rhnen
A down town republican was heard to
exclaim last evening that he wished that
some one would either muzzle Senator
Crawford to prevent his sending any
more worthless printed matter, or else
teach him the importance of prepaying
Sheriff Gordon this morning sold the
stock of gents furnishing goods of J. A.
Johnson, of Moline, at auction, the total
amount derived being f 1.484 73. The
sale was to satisfy
t2.603 .77 ia favor of Charles Wheeler, of
At the street railway syndicate power
station the work of putting the machinery
together is progressing rapidly. Five en
gines are already ii position and if the
bricking up of the boilers was completed.
the cars in Rick Island, at least, could be
in operation by electricity now.
On account of bad weather and other
causes, there were many people in Rock
Island who found it impossible to hear
all of Dr. OL 'eary's lectures when he was
here sometime ago. He has been urged
to repeat some of his lectures and will
do so, beginning next Monday evening
with a free one. Other engagements
will prevent his remaining but a few days.
H. B. tiudlow, superintendent of the
R. I. & P., has decided to give Daven-.
port patrons of his line more commodious
quarters for transacting business with hi J
company. Consequently Agent Brown
will move bis office April 1 to the Mason
ic temple, where be will occupy room 12
on the ground floor. This brings the
Milwaukee and the It I. & P. offices into
the7 same building, and the Burlington is
but a few doors away. Davenport Dem
ocrat. The funeral of Mrs. Henry Lischer,
wife of the publisher of Der Demokrat
at Davenport, was held yesterday after
noon. A very large number of carriages
containing ber many friends, accom
panied the remains to the cemetery. where
(services were held. At the grave Gustav
Donald delivered an impressive address.
The flowers were beautiful, and each of
the relatives and many friend) deposited
large quantities of flowers upon the cas
ket after i: had be?n lowered in the
brewmaken and Jaamstreti.
You can all cut tofit some ladies, some
times cut to fit all ladies; but you cannot
alwttyB cut to fit all ladies, unless you use
the Lad ie 6' Tailor system, simple but per
fect. Taught by the Ladies' Tailor com
pany, over McCabe's dry goods store.
J. Lercb, the well-known papier hang
er and painter, is now located in business
at No. 309. Eighteenth street, where he
is prepared to do all kinds of painting,
graining and paper hanging. He solic
its a share of the wvrk and will guaran
tee to give satisfaction .
Dnu linings Cat Free
at dress cutting school over McCabe's
dry goods store. The Ladies' Tailor Co.
Complexion powder is an absolute ne
cessity of the refined toilet in this climate.
Pozonni's combines every element of
beauty and purity.
I love not man the less." but man
kind the more, when I insist that they
should put a period to their sufferings by
using Dr. Bell s Cough Syrup.
CITT-TOWSSHIP ELECTION KOIKE.
Notice Is herey given that on Tuesday the
MenEoilay of April, 1891. In the city of Bock
Waml.an election will be beW for the follow
ing officers to-wit;
One Mayor for two years.
Cnerlty Clerk for two years.
One City Attorney for two years.
One Alderman in t he First ward for tw o year?.
One Alderman in the Second Ward for two
eon& Alderman in the Third Ward for two
we Alderman in the Fourth Wurd for two
cine Alderman in the Fifth Ward for two
y5ne Alderman in the Sixth Ward for two
yt?ne Alderman in the Seventh Ward for two
Two Assistant Supervisors for two year.
One Assessor tor one year.
One Collector for one year.
Vi hich election will be open at 8 o clock in the
morninjr and continue open until 1 o'clock in
the afternoon of that day.
Kfgisterim? and yoting- will be done at the
usual voting P, S&hlkb.
City ana Town Clerk
Sated March U 1891.
THE ABQTJB. SaTUHDAYMAItfiil 14. 1891.
Threat ererymm, womaa or child livlsa-la a
' f CJ CCUBtr7 here fver and a roe I. pre
7MT". .nc th rrrmo f malarial ri1a.au. ...
so as io , lixxivs. 'y?
tt c. ' "-'imiaini boiaou. una-
tomacb iivfMr mrVt . lrpp"n f iho
- f u-rtr .: TJT ""'nea v im bitter.
ted'Ulu"' i.1 V- "
,ThiCi ce"ain and t h .rouch reme-
a Italia. run tw inia m rt imm nu..
In ,h. "T """ i a iroucn reme
,t fi,rom ot lnterm ttn reK-
Situations wnAtAi ni ii .ti.i
nuu awtM ilCIU
serted one week in the DAILY ARGUS
For SaV T?ont PtaV.... ,
ianeou3 wants inserted one day at lc
wuru; mree aays at c per word
one week at !4c per word.
NICBLY FCRV1SORD ROOM FOR TWO
Kent emen it 5S7 Twentieth street.
IT S THRHnRV TlltPitJTUrVT w
ton. D. C, Wart h B.-.! "!. oald pmrxwal will M
receivol. to be opened at S oVIck p. m April
7. 1RI. for thebaic to the United state of unit
able property, oenlrally and conveniently loca
. .1 fi. fli..w.ka V. ..11.11
ized by act of congress, apnivet liervmlier
44, and March 3. 1'.1. to lo erected in Itock
Island. Illinois, a corner lot. approximatinir
150 feet front by ISO feet in dimr-n.-ooru. ia pre-
. . . . u i .... ir , ua 'l V1 J UJUb
appmxfmate iho fwt ly 1JO teet in UimnaionH;
f hultii) four tA tiu c!m.. r l . .
m-v v i a. iiifuiiwi-, r ai:u I'nr
posal must t made with the undemandinir
and airreement that, if it is accepted, the build
ings and all improvements on the property are
to be retained, and removed within 30 days
after written notice, bv the vendor, and that
all expenses connected with furhishtnir evi
dence of title and deed of conveyance are to
be paid by the vendor. Kach proHsal roust lie
accompanied by a properly drawn diagram,
irivinjr the metes and bounds of the prtiertv,
and showitur tho streets around the Mock in
which the property i situated; al. by n writ
ten statement in nvanl to the praties, charar
teroffrround for foundation, etc. 1h! right
to' reject any anil all propositi is resenl
lach T'roposal must lo sealetl. marked '-ITo
posal for the sa e of propert v f ,ir a site for the
public buildinur in ICock Islantl. Illinois," and
addrcesad and niuiltxl to tlUAKLKS KOSTKK,
tncrctary of tho Treasury, a-hinirton. u. c
HERMAN KOLIS, M. D.
This medicine is made from German roots
and herbs 1 his medicine is the best cure lor
consumption, malaria, rheumatism and all
6ickn9 of the stomach and liver.
For sale at
83 Twelfth street. Kock Island. 111.
i' U3 H
J 9 S ? j
Proprietor of the Brady Street
All kind of Cut Flower on-unt'y on hand.
Green Houses Flower Store-
One bloci north of Central Park, the largtet in Ia. 904 Br iAj Street, Davenport, Iowa.
C. J. W. SCHREINEB,
Contractor and Bu.ild.er,
1131 and ITS Fourth avenue. Residence lilt Fourth aveaoe.
Pkoas and cpecificationa famished on all claaaeaof work ; alao agent of Wkler Patent latkle
hiding Blinde, aomethLng new, atyliah and desirable.
KOCK lSIJvND. ILL.
oip Oat of Business.
Furniture, Carpets, Draperies,
WILL BK SOLD
legeirdless of Cost !
'Credit given reliable people.
The C. F. Adams Home Furnishing House
322 BRADY 8T,
It la said will sell may thing, this la
tree In a measure; but for staying
qualities,- merit la tha test Extenaiv
adTertlsing may aell anytLInK where
It Is new or unknown, but after It
eomes Into pern ral use, It Is Judged
according to iU worth. The continued
and steady growtli of Swift's Specirle
Is the best evidence of iu excellence.
It Is most popular where It Is best
known. Ercry bottle sold, sells tea
others. Every one that Ukea It be
comes its friend, and recommends It
to their acquaintances.
Treatise on Blood and Skin Disease
&wirr SPECirio Co., Atlanta, Ga
Tut I'll K.. M
IS A CREAT LABOR SAVE.
A SHINE LASTS A WEEK.
RAIN AND SNOW DON'T AFFECT IT.
NO BRUSHING REQUIRED.
MAKES A SHOE WAT ERR ROOF.
VHED UY MEN. WOMEN D CHILDBX9.
tn l lik OU Glnta
AK IX Alt TOFE8 T0
V CAM tt I-M4
Will trail, ols .Hi. rua,.u.
I mt Oii
WtLk STAtl tltlH
MraLt. It.im nj m e. A .... w a
Will tmii Cocm I linr,
WOLFF 4l RAXOOLPH. PlUUdalphte.
Davenport Steam Dye Works
Kroen k Cnrne. propriclnnt. 312 Har
rioo nm-t.liavrnport. Iowa.
Dyeing. Cltransing and
in the very twt and latert manner with
the aid of tfa- Ut machinery.
lafFeather bed ami pidow reoovated.
By Tirtne of an exrrrtk-n and fcrbt'l No.
iuedoatof tbcUrk'nceof the circuit ronrt
of Cock eocntT, in the tte of llliooi.
andto tne dirvrtrd. retvbf I ana comroaodrd to
mako the amount of a certain judrmont recentlf
obtained a?aintt Uart.in ili-bop Imtloril wlih
John l. BIhop. In favor of Jai.h Bvtenock,
Jr. and John J. Uadninrk, dolns balnr. a
Usdcnock lira , out of tbe laoa. tenrmrota,
good and cbatu-l ut the "aid defendant. Bar
ton Bibop. I have levied upon the following
Tbt? mrthwrit qmrtrr. and Ibe north lry
arrt't of tbc rontliei quitrr. i and the wc.t
ixt arre of the jmi'h hal' of the nuriheart
qnaricrti and lif nir.h thirty acre of the wret
half. (y,t of the jututh'-H-t quarter. i4. all In
wtion twenty-Fix, ). aliso the nortbwtxt
quarter. '. anil the north thirty arrca tf the
-ast half. 'i of the Muthat quarter (i of
wirtion twenty-wven. .irTi. all in township
twenty, norih rame two i east of the
fourth principal meridian, all in the county of
H'lt Island and state of Illinois.
Then-fore, according to.va command I hall ex
rose forfait-at public auction all the rith. title
and interest of the above named, llarton tlirbop
in and to the above de.cribed proprriv. on
Monday, tbeClh dav of April. l91.al 10 o'clock
a. m . at the north door cf the court ttnee
in the city of Rock Inland, in the county of Kock
Inland and Mate of Illinoia. for cit-h iu hand, to
atirfy raiJ execution and fee hill.
Dated at Kock Ieland thi 14th o of March.
A. 1. 1891 . C. D. GOKDOV,
Sheriff of Rock llacd countr. Ihlnoi.
THIS m?zti 1
ti - . OL-i. P.
TI21n I TT
t trcet), r.ere aOTer
t lina- contraeta may
i mao or
a tan rmiani wr
Art arrtTingln such quantities
that we ara kept bay '
marking and arranging.
Early, do yon aty?
Well, we don't think so. Judging
from the way people are buying.
What shall we call your
attention to first?
So many desirable tiling In all
We are at oar wits end
Well, here goes anyway.
2.000 yards choice styles in
ginghams in short lengths 1 yd.
to 1 2 yard pieces, price always
When sold In usual way from
full pieces. We bought at
a price and they are yours
for 10c a yd. Fast colors.
Hock Island. Illinois.
Three Times as
A any other rtmllar rraU.iasrtit ia tbe t.
CLEIWN I SALZMAUN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Ncs 124, 123 and 123 Sixteenth Stret,
A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold is
Irish Cough Sryup
Acts quickly, is perfectly safe sod
Medicine known for s!l Kliatj,
5c a Bottle Samples free.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street
Have you worn
THE LION PROCESS SHOE?
If not try a pair; they will give you more satis
faction for your money than any shoo 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 Ripping off of Soles.
No Squeaking, and no Breaking in.
Just as easy as a band tamed, and will weir twice
as long. Every pair stamped oa tbe sola
FOB SALS BT
Sole Agent for
Central Shoe fltore.
1818 Second Avenue.
Don't wait till they are gone.
Blacks of dress goods.
Double fold all wool mixtures 25c a yd
Handsome wool broken checks, wide.
60o- a yard.
39 In plain and mixtures, all wool.
42c- a yard
Soft finish all wool cloth. 4 2 in.
60c a yard.
Black dress goods. Immense line.
at low prices
Lawn tennis, good as usually
offered for 12Hc.our
price 10 cents.
8plndid assortment of ladies
muslin underwear Jt popular
To j ud ge of the .good alues offered
you must see for your wlf.
Large a Stock of
never Itllt to cure all Lung troubles.
10c, 25c acd 50c Bottle.
Lou and S'.ontch troc b e. It
and Liver Pills.
DrugRist, Kock Itland.
C. B.IT. I
Elm Btmt Store.
1939 flfl Avenue.