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s, p&trict'B day.
ffrteb fitb tomorrow atBrowner's.
je cabbage and radishes at Browa-
Fao. p14 r Port Bron was in tbe
sauerKTBUi jusi received ai
boBer9- .. . ... t. ..
G I lfeer 18 ,n vnMSBK B"n on
13 Jb8. U (JOBBor in iu vyuicau on a
U to friends.
I John Barton, oi uoai v auey, was m
m,e preen rlD00n 18 lue preuominMiDg
icdrew Donaldson, or rtural, was in
t city yesterday.
ftaS. lEOuJouu iciuiu.u ku ait uaC
for ibis morning.
I-' 1 ... r
geDrj Lamp leaves ior oeauje, wasn-
(IS in ibe city today.
jrg. A. L. Wagner has gone on a vis-
; a friends ia Chicago.
j p. Mussler, the express messenger,
, seriously ill with la grippe.
A,(C.. R-I. & P- pay car Gazelle,
(iisnicctbly tour visited the city to
Wa. Hawthorne, at the 8t. James
I-jte- I'Bveupori, is uume suriuus:y bicu
Hon. Geo. W. Vinton is confined t.i
bed with the prevailing influenza, at
I c tome in Moline.
He infant son of Harry Sage and wife.
I note life has been despaired of for
m days, is improving.
Geo. C. Newman, one of the pioprie
Is of tbe Des Moines zoological gardens.
ha tbe city on business.
J R. Johnston is mentioned as a suit-
I. candidate for assessor. He would
J strength to the democratic ticket.
Ire. Arthur Heurtley accompanied by
I .brother, R. L. Crampton, returned t
u'nome iu Evanston this morning.
Don't forget the great concert at the
liu;:st church Thursday. March 26, to
fvea by the New York Symphony
upl. Cameron brought the ferry
nctr out of winter quarters this moix-
:and resumed traffic between the tw
Wanted to rent. A good house of sit
seven rooms east of Seventeenth street
I: tbe central part of town. Address C ,
Wdd. McEniry is still confined to his
hd with the grippe. His mother came
l:own from Osborne today to assist in the
are of her son.
A little son has arrived at the borne of
L. C. Blanding and wife, and the proud
eternal is remembering his friends in a a
Deputy Sheriff Silvis rounded his fit
.eth birthday today. One would natur.
luij take Sharp to be about 35 years oli
stead of half a century.
According to the old adage, this is the
ay that either makes or breaks ice. If
i'. holds true, the outlook for the advert
jf spring is, to say the least.encouragrof;.
Tbe funeral of Mrs. Lucretia Marsha 1
I 'ill be held from the First Baptist church
1 1 p. m. tomorrow, after which the re.
nains will be shipped to Orion for inter
The additional troops assigned to Rock
Island Arsenal arrived today. There are
u soldiers from Ft. Leavenworth, six
Vrr. t1, f L. . . r r . O V
i k. vuiuit acu lour iiuiu x i. ocuuc
tvitb the exception of wearing the
pecn, St. Patrick's day has been quietly
obserred in Rock Island. St. Patrick's
Benevolent society will give a ball to-
J- 9. Detweller, late of Sterling, who
to been visiting here with a view to lc
Wine, left with his family for Chicago
ibts morning, but will in all probability
wturn and engage in business in this citj.
me democrats of the Sixth ward are
ta'king pretty strongly of nominating
"&tk Weigand for alderman. He is as
sistant yardmaBter of the C. , R. I. & V.
rou. and a popular and well informs
'! young man.
The Smith whom Billy Gibson, of this
C:ty.was backing against Ed. King, cf
East Dubuque, turns out to be note
osr than Gibson himself and the fight
wich Lad been arranged will come off
East Dubuque toward the later part of
ine proposing of John A. Cleland for
ssor is still further evidence of tl e
wrmination to nominate a "Gesi"
''cket this spring. This rule or ru:n
Micy is pretty dangerous, and may m-
cu in a Waterloo similar to tbat
01 last fall. Go ahead with your "fort
At the meeting of the Molince eity
uncil last evening, Managing Director
kuderbach. of the street railway com
p&By, made a plea for the repeal of ti e
U6e of the ordinances there requiring
inductors, and the council struck it out
UQtil such time as the road shall show a
dily income of $18 per car.
William Johnston.of Sacramento, Cal.,
"'Other of J. R. Johnston, of this citv. is
candidate of the farmers of Calif orn a
Icr United States senator in the ioiiit
session of the legislature of that stat
now in progress to choose a successor t
the late Senator Hearst. The San Fran
cisco Record Union speaks of Mr. John-
on as the energetic and patriotic pioneer
f the Pacific slope.' He has' made fre
quent visits to his brother in Rock Island,
u is well known here.
Turner hall was not half large enoush
hold the crowd that assembled to hear
Dr. O'Leary last night. It was an order.
f and good- natured audietca, notwith
tanding the discomforts of beinc almost
crushed to death. The lecture tonicht
ill be on "Love, Courtship and Mar
riage," and tickets will be only ten cents.
Three ladies and three gentlemen from
the audience, will be mated not from
life, however accordicg to the doctor's
ideas of "congenial temperaments" in
THe Ppntr MtTcmeit Threatened
by the Opening or Several MUres.
Four of our business houses opened
last evening and the consequence is that
the 6:30 closinn movement is again
threatened with failure. The c.aim ad
vanced by the houses which revived the
idea of opening evenings is that the stores
Of Moline have EOt nwiintr intn
a - -
ae for 6:30 suspension jet. whereas the
e'erks aver that tbey have just succeeded
in getticgthiag8 oa a satisfactorily work
ing basis in Moline. Tonight the indi
cations are that other business houses
will follow the example set last night.
The following has been handed The
Argcs for publication.
A letter from the Lond
pauy was received at the la6t meeting of
the labor congress, saying that their name
was erroneously used on the last circular
ana wisniDg a correction Dy circular ana
not in the newsDaDers. The contrresa
directed the committee to ascertain if the
London would close on Sunday, and if
not to give the fact to the papers. The
committee ca'.led on the proprietors and
rtMuseu to Close.
Committee of Labor Cokgkess.
action of a farmers' alliance.
Since we consider the rlpmanilo nf the
clerks of Davenport for early closing and
Sunday rest reasonable and iust. there
fore be it
Resolved, That we do all in our power
to assist them in securing these humane
measures, and pledge ourselves not to
trace wun tnose wno rei use to close on
Montpelier Farmers Alliance.No. 1.797.
M. W. Robisson. Sec'y.
L. W. Miller. Pres t.
Please publish the above and oblige
the Tri-City Clerks' assembly.
Sec'y Clerks' Assembly .
Cn airman Prin'g Com.
Easter novelties at Erell & Math's.
A few boarJers wanted at 806 Nine
Nice baled bay and straw by tbe ton by
John Evans at city scales.
Wanted A competent cook, by Mrs.
C . C. Carter. 1807 Fifth avenue.
Easter eggs from two for lc up to 50c
each; all the latest at Erell & Math's.
Two fresh milch cows for sale. Ea
quire C. D. Gordon, sheriS's office.
Nice bananas, sweet oranges, new dates
and fresh figs, always on hand, at Krell
- We always have ice cream. Send in
your order Erell & Math, step in and
have a dish.
Get your small candies for filling Eas
ter eggs from Erell & Math; they have tbe
regular egg mixture.
E. B. McEown sells hard wood in
lengths, cut or split; soft coal, lump and
nut, corner Fifteenth street and FirEt
avenue. Telephone 1193.
A Car (Japtiaee.
The car running on tbe Milan end
of the Rock Island and Milan Street rail
way capsized this morning between the
last bridge acd tbe toil bridge, tbe ice
having become packed to the rail in such
a manner as to throw tbe car upon its
side. There were four passengers in the
car, but none of them were injured.
Tbe Leeal Market.
Business on Market square waa a little more
brisk today. More farmers and buyers were teen
but the prices remain about the game. The re
ceipt inclndid tbe following:
Grain Three loads corn at 5&Kc ; two loads of
oats at 45c .
Fuel Two loads of wood at f 4 25; two loads of
coal at lOQtHc per bnshel .
Stock Hoes, S3 25 per cwt.
Produce Butter and eggs remain about tee same.
Butter 25c per pound, eggs 15c per dozen.
For the state G. A. R. encampment to
be held at Decatur. April 8 to 10, Rock
IslaDd and Peoria railway will erant ex
cursion rate of one fare for the round
trip. Tickets on sale April 7-9 gobd for
return until and including April 11. This
rate is open to the public. It is expected
to run through coaches to Decatur.
Trains leave RocklBland 8:10 a. m.. 2:20
p. m., 6:45 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
agent; depot foot Twentieth street, or R.
Stockhouse, general ticket agent. Rock
I have had nasal catarrh for ten years
so 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 bead are
welL I feel like another man. C. b.
McMillen, Sibley, Jackson county, Mo.
"There was a sound ot revelry by
sight" and she had a card but couldn't go.
all on account of neuralgia. Her favorite
dude, however, had a level head, and, in
stead of a bouquet, brought Salvation
OiL They went, and were happy once
THE AKGUS. TUESDAY. M Alton 17. 1891.
Threatens every man, womanor child livirg la
legion .f country where frer and ague is pre-
wrr,f .K . L'if Md .rs awallowed from tbe
abeomteljr necfanary tounllifr tbia dancer A.
wT.i10? Bitter ia incomparably tbe
tomacb nv a'r'.r.f "'"V lrP''arhlea f U
ver," weta enrouraes malaria
ThVfuTt?.,p?11'' rectified br the bittiS
t Vt uSiTbyV'il"t hua defended again, t
d?;Ti i cea and th irouKn reme
tent few? CaSe ' iDterm tunt and ren,il-
J-E. Montrcse, Maaager.
ONE NIGHT ONLT,
Friday, March 20th.
LATEST NEW YORK SUCCESS.
FaMo Romani !
MR. WALTER LAWRENCE,
MISS FRANCES FIELD
en 1 a company of player.
Thrilling andinteresting Earthquake effect,
timultaneous with an
Eruptiou ot Mount Vesuvius;
Illumination of the Bavof Kaiiles,
rormmjr the must mtumific-ent sectaculiir tab
leaux ever attempted on anv stjure.
Reserve seat rale al Harer House Pharmacy
Wednesday mornmp. M arch IS.
Prices. ir. 50 and 73 een:.
''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 nne rtaw t1
hper word; three days at per word
auu oae weeis ai ;jc per word.
NICELY FURBISHED EOOM FOR TITO
CtEt emen at 5J7 Twentieth t:rect.
WANTED Ladif? and rent emeo ixifrcmug
small capital to handle rare invention
Eclipses all other; no peddling ; no opposition;
no ri-k; caily carried; easily shown; easily
easily cold. Sweei,in? iccsi': flO a day. $10i a
week, fiUO a month. 3.0UOayear, snre; call or ad
dress HbadA Co., il Sixteenth street, Kork lsl
land. 37 lw
U.S. TREASURY DEPARTMENT, Wasbi
tor. D. C March 5'.K1. eald pmpials will be
received, to be opened at S o'clock p. m April
7. 1891, for the sale to the United States of suit
able property, centrally and conveniently locw
tul. for a Rite for tbe public building- author
ized by act of congress, approved lHvemlier
24, 18H0 and March 3, 1M1, to tie erected in Kock
Island, Illinois. A corner lot, approximating
150 feet front by 120 feet in dimensions, is pre
ferred. If not a corner lot. the property must
approximate iSOfeet by 10 feet in dimensions;
the 1!0 feet to be street frontage. Jfach pro
posal must t made with the understanding
and agreement that. If it is accented, the build
ings and all improvements on the property are
to be retained, and removed within 30 dv
ter written notice, by the vendor, and that
all expenses connected with furhishing evi
dence of title and deeds of convevance are to
be paid by the vendor. Kach proposal must 1
accompanied by a properly drawn diagram,
giving the metes and tounds of the projierty.
and showing the streets around tbe block in
which tbe prowrty is situated; also by a writ
ten statement in regard to the grades, charac
ter of ground for foundation, etc. The right
to'reject any and all proposals is reserved.
Kach proposal must lie sealed, marked -Proposal
for the a e of property for a site for the
public building in Hock Island, Illinois," and
addressed acd mailed to CUAKLES FOsTEK,
Stcretary of tbe Treasury, utthington, 1. c
(piping Out of Business.
Furniture, Carpets, Draperies,
WILL EE BOLD '
Iegeirciless of Cost !
'Credit gives reliable people.
The C. F. Adams Home Furnishing House
322 BRADY ST,
HOW IS YOUR CHILD?
Swift's Specific is the great
developer, of delicate child
ren. It regulates the secre
tions; it stimulates the skin to
healthy action, and assist
nature in development.
There is no tonic for child-
ren, equal to S. S
Send for our treatise on Blood a4
Swur isPkciric Co., Atlanta, Oa.
TAKE WOVan'S aowlCC AND USC
A macaincant Deep Black Pol lab. which laata
cn aea-a Doou a week, and on Woman a
25 Dollar worth of New Furniture for
25 Cents- HOW? By painting
25 square feet of Old Furniture with
CITY-TOtTSSHU1 ELECTION NOllCF.
Notice Is hereby given that on Tuesdav tbe
seventh da- of April. 1V.1. in tbe city of 'Rock
Island, an election will le held tor the follow
ii:g officers to-wit:
One Mayor for two Tears.
OneCity Clerk for two years.
One City Attorney tort wo year.
One Alderman in the First ward for two vcars.
One Alderman in the Second Ward for two
One Alderman in the Third Ward for two
One Alderman in the Fourth Ward for two
One Alderman in tbe Fifth Ward for two
One Alderman in the Sixth Ward for two
one Alderman in tbe Seventh Ward for two
Tw9 Assistant Supervisors for two years.
One Asseasorf r one year
ne Collector for one year.
W hich election will beopen at P o'clock in tbe
morning and continue en until 7 o'clock in
tbe afternoon of that day.
Registering and voting will t done at the
usual voting place in each want
City ami Town Clerk.
Tated March U Iffl.
Davenport Steam Dye Works
Kroen & Cornels, proprietors, 313 Gar
rison street, I)aventtrt. Iowa.
Dyeing. Cleansing and
in Uie very tiet and latest manner with
tbe aid of the l-t machinery.
W leather beds and pillows renovated.
HERMAN ROLL'S, M. D.
This medicine is made -from German roots
and herbo 1 his melicine is the lvt t:re lor
consumption, malaria, rheumatism and all
eickness of the ttumacb and liver.
For sale at
S Twelfth street . Rock Island. 1U.
Express and Moving.
All orders promptly attended to. Char-
C"rXeTe order at it. Trecaman's Earce
bop on Market tqoare.
V cam w
SVl c I NTIRE
Are arriving in inch quantities
u we are Kept Dtuj
marking and arranging.
Early, do yon say?
Well, we dont think so. judging
from the 1T Ttaanla am hnrinv
What shall we call your
attention to first?
So many desirable things in ail
We are at our wits end
WelL here goes anyway.
2.000 yards choice styles in
ginghams in short lengths X 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 1 Oc a yd. Fast colors.
CLEMANN & SALZMAM
AKK NOW SHOWING
Three Times as
A any other rlmilar
C A R P ETS
CLEMANN & SALZMANN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Ncs 124, 126 and 128 Sixteenth Street,
.A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold is
lrish Cough Sryup:
Acta quick'.j. is perfectly safe and
M cdlclcc kaotra for all Kidney.
5c a Bottle Samples free.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOHN & ADLER
Removed to 219 Seventeenth 8treet
Have yon worn
THE LION PROCESS SHOE?
If not try a pair; they wiy give you more satis
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
best sole leather.
No Ripping off of Soles.
No Squeaking, and no Breaking in.
Jait as eaiy as a hand tamed, and
as long, jfvery pair stamped on
-FOR SALX BT
Sola Agent for Rock Island.
Central Shoe 8tore. zim Street 8tore.
1818 Second Avenue. tKi Avenue.
Don't wait till they are gone.
Stacks of dress goods.
Double fold ail wool mixtures 26e a yd
Handsome wool broken checks, wide,
60c a yard.
39 in plain and mixtures, all wool,
42c. a yard
Soft finish ail wool cloth, 42in.
60c a yard.
Black dress goods. Immense line.
at low prices.
Lawn tennis, good as usually
offered for 12Hc,onr
price 10 cents.
Splendid assortment of ladies'
muslin underwear !at popular
To judge of the good values offered
yon must see for yourself.
Large a Stock of
erraWtbmrot in the city.
never fails to cure all Lung troubles.
10c, 25c and SOc Bottles.
Loot and Stoaach trouV.ea. It
and Liver Pills.
Drngtfst, Kock Island.
will wear twice
1C. H. k T. I
uo.f raoctfts I
the sole I Uo.f Fkoccrs