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- tbe London's confirmation suitH.
Berry Carse vent to Chicago this
H. H. Dow was in from Coal Val
Larce assortment Of confirmation tuits
,t the London.
Conffrmation suits at the London at
Spring gloves at Bennett's in all new
ibsdes and states.
f. H- Kistler, of Buffalo Prairie, was
the city today.
j. W. Kretsinger, of Chicago, spent
Sunday in the city.
Bennett's five hook Foster lace gl ov e
onlT &t Bennett's.
Bennett has the largest ttock of ladies'
gloves this side of Chicago.
George Wilson, clerk at the Peoria de.
pot, Sundayed in Chicago.
Jacob Hirst, of Cable, formerly of
Black Hawk, was in the city today.
C. L. Walker returned from a busiress
trip to Chicago Saturday evening.
Over one thousand dozen of ladies'
gloves to select from for Eister at Bn
neU's. Mrs. Arthur IleurUey, of Evanstori, is
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R.
Messrs. Edward, Stephen and W. C.
Collins left for Chicago Saturday eves ing
You can save at least a couple of dol
lars by buying your confirmation suit of
A Utile son has arrived to brighten the
borne of William O'Neill nd wife. S28
A little daughter was born on Saturday
to Arthur Spaulding and wife, of C01
Thirty eighth street.
Found An envelope containing a lock
of hair. Owner can have the same at
Miss Alice Ryan, of Wilton, Iowa, v;ho
bus been visiting in the city, returned to
her home Saturday evening.
The funeral of R. M. Lafferty was held
t Davenport yesterday and conducted
by Undertaker Knox of thia city.
Mrs. M. E. Crowell, who has been vis
tons with her daughter. Mrs. Prank
Manger, left for her home in Oregon, 111.,
C. W. Yerbury went to Cedar Rapids
this morning to superintend the plumbing
of the school building for which M. Yer
bury has the contract.
Mrs. Danitl Donovan and family,
former residents of this 'city, returaed
Saturday from Helena, Ark., and Avill
hereafter make this city their home.
Mrs. Wm. Kaiser wishes to extend her
thanks to the Peoria State Insurance
company for the prompt payment of her
late husband's policy, received March 10.
Thomas Cadw&ilader, of Chicago, has
arrived in the city to look after the G. A.
Fleming Fruit company's business tere
during C. F. Fleming's absence in Cali
fornia. John Adams and wife haye returaed
from a week's visit in Chicago. It is sup
posed that Mr. Adams will now make
an active canvass for the Seventh ward
republican aldermanic nomination.
The democrats of Moline had arranged
for a crand demonstration tonight in
bonor of its member of the famous Tlli
noig democratic 101, Hon. Geo. W. Vin
ton, but has been postponed owing to
Mr. Vinton's ill ness.
Seventeen carpenters employed in the
Rock Island shops at Davenport were
kid o2 Friday evening, the move sjp
Posably being a part of the general re
trenchment plan that all the Iowa roids
are putting in operation at present.
Al.Timberlake came on the streets this
morning with a brand new express waf;on
from Wall's Bhop and will hereafter be
Prepared to do all kinds of moving und
ejpress business. Leave orders for lam
M Trenaman's harness shop or Market
South Park chapel will hold a fair on
Thursday and Friday evenings of this
week. Arrangements have been in pro
cess for several weeks and everything
indicates that it will be a success. Eich
evening there will be ice cream, cake und
The masquerade given by the Athletic
club on Saturday evening had tbe largest
attendance of any given during the Beason.
The dancing was interspersed with seme
good gymnastic work. Bleuer's orcheiitra
furnished the mueic and a general good
time wbb had by all.
Mr. George Walker today, sold to llr.
E- H. Guyer, of Rock Island, the prop
erty of C. J. Colson situated on F.fth
avenue, and at present occupied by Al
wne & Sundeen, for $6,000. This i a
one two-story brick building with a 55
loot front. Mr. Gayer intends to im
prove Moline Republican.
Geo. C. Robertson, who has been con
nected with the Mississippi Valley In
surance company for tome time past, lias
Given up his position and left tbis moro
se for Rockford from which place he
will go to Florida where his children i.ow
Fred. R. Davis, of Sterling, has f uc
ceeded Chas. Burger as electrician for the
BrnBh Electric Light company. Mr.
Davis is an expert in his line and will
prove a valuable acquisition to Davis &
, force. He is a brother .to
Chas. K. Mlxter, of thia city.
c-M.Biddison, formerly of this city.
now an engineer on the C K. & N . rail
way, is in the city. Mr. Biddieon is the
patentee of an illuminated order holler
for holding train orders, and is now oa
his way to Chicago to place it in the
hands of some of the trunk lines in that
Mrs. Lucretia Marshall died at her
home, 714 Fourteenth-and-a-half street,
at 9 o'clock Saturday night aged 75 years.
8he had been a sufferer from dropsy for
Bometime. to which she finally succumbed.
She leaves one son and one daughter to
mourn her loss, Austin, of Princeton,
Iowa, and Miss Etta, who resides at home.
Matthias Gerhards, who has been board
ing at the residence of John Ohlweiler
and attending school in Davenport, was
taken sick with lung fever a few day s
ago and on Saturday his condition had
become so alarming that his parent a Carl
Gerhards and wife, of Hillsdale, were
sentforand arrived Saturday evening.
He is some better today however, and his
friends feel much encouraged at his con
dition. J. W. Truxtell and wife, of Moline,
were thrown from their buggy while
driving down Brady street in Davenport
yesterday afternoon and fell with so much
force on the brick pavement that both
were badly bruised, but neither was pain
fully nor seriously mi ured. They were
carried into Harrison's pharmacy where
the necessary attention was shown them,
and later conveyed to their home in Mo
line. Mrs. M. P. Buford and daughter Miss
Earriett, left this morning for Washing
ton, D. C. where they will remain a few
days, and on the 21st will sail for Liver
pool from which city they will go direct
to London, where in the near future Miss
Buford will be wedded to Mousier Jaen
Patricot. of Lyons, France, after which
the happy couple will make their home in
The Rock Island Industrial Home asso
ciation through its committee composed
of Messrs. T. A. Pender, P. J. Cary, T.
F. Wheel n and R. C. Lloyd, today made j
the cash payment of 85,000 to Mrs. Gjr
ton for the property at the corner of
Twentieth street anl Fourth avenue.
The committee expects tomorrow to se
cure the east 22J feet oa Fourth avenue
adjoining this property of the McParlia
estate for f 1,500. Tbis will give the as
sociation 97J feet oa Fourth avenue by
125 on Twentieth street.
Two young men from Moline drove
down Moline avenue at a terrific rate yes
terday afternoon, and spun around the
corner of Twenty-third street so abruptly
that the luggy was capsized and both
occupants precipitated into the mud.
They soon regained their feet and put off
through an alley, but one of them return
ed afterward and drove the somewhat de
moralized rig, the property ot a livery
The funeral of Dr. and Mrs. J. J.
Tomson, of Davenport, took place from
the First Presbyterian church in that city
yesterday afternoon. The church was
crowded and an immense concourse of
people attracted largely by curiosity,
stood on the outside to get a glimpse of
the double casket. This was so large
that it was nenessary to atandon the
hearse and use an ordinary piano wagon
which was suitably draped for the occa
sion. Now behold bow tbe party opposition
to Hampton for collector doth manifest
itself! In yesterday morning's Union
appear the names of John Evans and
W. H. Munger affixed to formal an
nouncements of candidacy. Tbe publi
cation of W. J. Gamble's ineligibility
seems to have inspired confidence among
those who have gained distinction by
self sacrifice for promotion of party.
Who knows but we may here from
A Farty at Khrrtir V. It. ttordon
Kmidrar Matarday KvcDine.
A very pleasant event took place at
tbe residence of Mr. and Mrs. C. D.
Gordon on Saturday afternoon, when
about 20 of the little friends of Miss Olie
Gordon gave her a complete surprise.
Refreshments were served and a very
pleasant time was spent in games and
other social amusements. The following
is a list of those present:
Bessie NofUker Grace rofUktr
A) in a Dud tier
The Local Market.
Business cn Market square was very quiet today,
owing mainly to bad roads. A few farmer were In
town and prices remain about iae same. The re
ceipts included tbe following:
Grain Two loads corn at 45c, one loai oa's at
Peed Three loads bay at tllf 12 .
(Stock Hogs S2. per cwt
Produce Butter and eggs remain at about tne
same figure: Butter 5 cents per pound ; eggs 15
cents per dozen .
I have bad nasal catarrh for ten years
ao bad that there were great sores in my
nose, and one place was eaten through.
I got Ely's Cream Balm. Two bottles
did the work. My nose and head are
well. I feel like another man. C. B.
McMillen, Sibley. Jackson county. Mo.
Crtsa linings Cut Free
at dress cutting school over McCabe's
dry goods store. Tbe Ladies' Tailor Co.
Of all the linaments. oils and lotions
nnnti th market. f and their name is le
gion) Salvation Oil is the best and most
popular, race zo cenu.
THE ABGUB. MONDAY. JIAKCM 1G. 1891.
h7rM e.8Aale R. encampment to
Ui.nJ dfc Decatur. April 3 to 10. Rock
Island and Peori railway will grant ex
cursion i raie or one fare for tbe round
trip. Tickets on aale April 7-9 eood for
return until and Including April 11. This
rate is open to the public. It is eipcteoT
to run through coaches to Decatur.
Irains leave Rrck Island 8:10a. m..2:20
P m.. C:4 p m. Arrive at Decatur at
2:50 p m.. 10-30 p. m. 11 a.m. Equally
good time returning. For further infor
mation inquire of F. H. Rockwell, ticket
eent; depot foot Twentieth street, or R.
Mockhouse, general ticket agent, Rock
Threatens every man. woman or child Iiviig la a
agion of country where ftver and ague U pre
IniZhu.1 erma,lt n'rial disease are
ir.tpif TmK,he "IT mui Vs "wallowed from tbe
r-? r,sa:o region. Medicinal tar. guard In
..wnrtonnlilfr thlsdngcr. As
M' 'if'WnJ acclimating ,he system
Lt?iJb.able t?.t" malarial poison. Hos
w7,f,i..tin,arh Bltte 1 incomparably the
?tnm8,1.hen,0SlJrJ,ul8r- lngnlariile if the
;?...ch'"verr """Pla encourairs malaria;
ThVfr"p?'.?Ur rectin v the Bittern.
5Mi kCHom of di"",n nd secretion are a
lir U "T" " vioraus as well a regu-
.af.?di,ion.ofJbe" em i.romoted by it. (."in
stitution and phtBiiiue are hus defended gain?t
,r.?Jnrd? ? mlr' by his matchless preven
i. ? ?u h ' aj!, certain and to ,roui:h rome-
in the worst cases of interna ttent and rcmlt-
A3I U SEM E TS.
J. E. Montrcse, Manager.
ONE XICI1T ONLY.
Friday, March 20th.
LATEST NEW YORK SUCCESS.
Fabio Romani !
MR. WALTER LAWRENCE.
MISS FRANCES FIELD
sni a company of players.
Thrilliiur and interesting Earthquake effect
timultaneous with an '
Kruption of Mount Vesuriu;
Illumination of the Bavof Naples,
Forminp the moot magnificent spectacular tab
leaux ever attempted on anv stajre.
Kt-serve seat sale at Harper lloue Pharmacy
Wednesday mornmc. March 1.
Prices, 25, 50 and 75 cents.
CITY-TOWXSHir ELECTION NO! HE.
Notice is hereliy (riven that on Tuesday the
seventh day of April, isl. in the city of 'Rx-k
Island, an election will lie held for the follow
ing officers to-wit:
One Mayor for two vears.
OneOity Clerk for two years.
OneCity Attorney for two years
One Alderman in the First ward for two vears.
One Alderniau in the beeond Ward for two
One Alderman in the Third Ward for two
one Alderman in the Fourth Ward for two
one Alderman in the Fifth Ward for two
One Alderman in the Sixth Ward fur two
one Alderman in the Seventh Ward for two
Tw3Assistant Supervisors for two years.
One Assessor f ir one year.
One Collector for one'year.
W hich election will beopen at 8 oeloek in the
morning and continue open until 7 o'clock In
the afternoon of that day.
Kejristerinir and voting will be done at tbe
usual votinjr places in each ward
City an. I Town Clerk.
Tated March H 3Si.
(oipg Out of Business.
Furniture, Carpets, Draperies,
WILL BK SOLD
Iegeirdless of Cost !
'Credit gives reliable people.
The C. F. Adams Home Furnishing House
322 BRADY ST,
"Situations wanted" and local -Halo
wants not exceeding thres lines la
serted on week in the DAILY ARGUS
For Sale. Rant. Frehnnir. nA xriui
laneons wants inserted one day at lc
per wora; inree days at per word
and one week at !So per word.
ICKLT FCrWIHD ROOM FOB T9TO
Ksni-rtnea at bf7 Twentieth street.
NOTHING LIKE IT1
Wood la thicker than water,
and most be Vi it pure to
Inaore good health.
8wit, SrKcinc is nature remedy
for this purpose.
It never to fails elimnate the impui
ties and build up the prneral hea"J,
There is only one wift .Vjki111c,
and there is nothing like it.
Be sure and pet the prnuine.
Treatise on Llood and Skin IHseaeea
The Swift Speriflr Co.. Atlanta, G
TfcRC A WOMAN 8 ASVtCC AND USC
A tsairnifirect Drrp Bhark Palish, which kasa
an Men's boots a week, and an Woman's a aaocta.
25 Oolars worth of Mem Furniture for
25 Co- HOWt B painting
25 square feet of Old Furniture mith
I .:z"::.",'.'.t;iW ntnr.
Davenport Steam Dye Works
Kroen k Corne's. proprietors. 312 Har
nn Ptrect.l'aveui'oit, Iowa.
DyeiDg, Cleansing and
in tbe very- best anil latest manner with
the aid of the U-t machinery.
fF Feather bed? and pillows renovated.
TREAURY IHiPAItTMENT. W.HtG
Tow. D. , March 5."',l.---al"d prrpiuls will Im
receiveiU to be oicn-l at o'clock p. m April
T. lNKt, for the sale to the United Mate of suit
able property, centrally and conveniently lica
td. for a site for the public buildinir author
ized by act of coturress approved l-cemtier
S4. lSt and March 3. to tie erected in Rock
Island. Illinois, a corner lot. approximating
150 feet front by Ji feet in dim nsions. is pre
ferred. If not a corner lot. the proper! v mut
approximate itmfeet by l.tlfeet in dimenlon;
the 1MO feet to be street frontajre. bach pro
osal must I made with tho understanding
and atnvement that. If It is accepted, tbe build
injrs and all Inrprovements on tbe proTtT are
to be retained, and removed within 3udavs
after written notice. Iy the vendor, and that
all expenses connected with 1 urbishtoir evi
lence of title and deeds of conveyance- ore to
be paid by the vendor. ach proposal must be
accompanied by a properlv drawn diairrani.
frivinir the metes and bounds of the propertr,
and sbowinx the streets aroun l the block in
which the proporty is situated: also by a writ
ten statement in rcpard to the rrades. charac
ter of jrround for foundation, etc. 1 be rifrbt
to'reject any ami all proKkals is reserved
Each proiKMal must ls sealed, marked -ITo-posal
for the sa e of propcrtv f nr a site for the
public buildlntr in Hock Island. IIMnoK" and
addressed and mailed to CiiARLKs KOsTKK.
"?ecrftary of the Treaury, a-bin(r-on. U. c .
HERMAN ROLL'S, M. D.
This medicine is made from German root
and herbs 1 his medicine Is tbe tx-st cure for
consumption, malaria, rheumatism and ail
sickn!se of the stomach and liver. ,
For sale at
ni5 Twelfth street. Rock Island. II 1.
Are arriving In anch quantitiee
that we are kept btur
marking and arranging.
Early, do yon aay?
Well, we don't think ao. judging
from the way people are buying.
What aball we call your
attention to firat?
So many desirable things in all
We ara at onr witi mA
Well, here goes anyway-
yaras cnoice styles in
ginghams in short lengths 1 yd.
to 1 2 yard pieces, price always
When sold in usual way from
a a r
mil pieces, we bought at
a price and they are yours
for 10c a yd. Fast colors.
Three Times as
A any other similar
CLEMANN $ SALZMAJM,
No. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Ncs 124, 126 and 128 Sixteenth Street,
A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold is
Irish Cough SryupE
Act. quickly, is perfectly safe aod never ail to cure all Lung troubles.
Meilcine known for all KlAntj,
5c a BattJe Samples free.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
TSIOEDST & ADLER
Removed to 219 Seventeenth 8treet
Have you worn
THE LION PROCESS SHOE?
If not try a pair; they will glre you more aatis'
faction for your 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
beet sole leather.
No Ripping off of Soles.
No Squeaking, and no Breaking in.
Just ai easy as a baud turned, and win wear twice
long. Ererj pair stamped on the sole I Uo r'aoctfts I
-WE SAL BT rau.4.m.
8a! Agent for Bock Island.
Central Bnoe Store. Elm 6tttet Store,
1818 Second Avenue. tttl Flftk Anssa
Don't wait till they are gone.
Stacks of dress goods.
Double fold all wool mixtures 25c a yd
Handsome wool broken checks, wide,
&Oo. a yard.
36 in plain and mixtures, all wol,
42c- a yard
Soft finish ail wool cloth. -4 2 in.
50c. a yard.
Black dress goods, immense line.
at low prices.
Lawn tennis, good as usually
offered for 12'c.our
price 10 cents.
Splendid assortment of ladies
muslin underwear'at popular
To judge of the good values oflered
you must see for your jelf
Large a Stock of
erbiibn( at ia tbe city.
10c, 25c and 50c BotUea.
Letf aid Etosacb trooVcs. !.
and Liver Pills.
Druggist, Rock Island.