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ft. Myers is in Chicago on but i-
JllSB . "-Ii"
jjji8 0!? Brandenburg is visiting in
PiDcins scnooi ai Armory nau oaiurj ly
. a n
q C. Mclntire went to Chicago this
pnciDg school at Armory hall Sdti r.
Dancing school at Armory hall SaU.r-
j,j evening. ,
Found A bunch ot Keys. Owner may
jcJ same ai ahuus omce.
irs. Frederick bchwatka and daughter
;esve for Chicago tonight
jlrP. T. T. Dwight and daughter, of
peoris, are visiting Mrs. W. A. Thorxp-
E'ectric bells hung
13 .50. Bells repaired.
Address Arc cs
Everybody see the rag babies at the M.
j.cburch tonight at 7:30. Admission
C. W. Lawrence and C. J. Anderson.
of Minneapolis, were in the city yester
Jiy on business.
Miss Margaret Wilson, who has ba
TisiilDir for some time with her uncle, J.
B. Wilson, left this morning for her
lome in Grove City, Pa.
J.Zimmerman and Frank Haberton,
superintendent and route agent resp-ec-lire'y,
of the Adams Express com pa ay,
were in the city yesterday on business
J. H. Gaunt, of Reynolds, was in the
dry today. He has disposed of his hard
tare business at Reynolds to E. P. Eps
per!? and will engage in the stock bisi
ne?. Cti&irman Collins, of the republican
eitj committee, b .s issued a call for a
atj convention -t Turner hall Thursday
(Teniog, April 2, the caucuses for nomi
Miion of aldermen and selection of dele-
sites to be held the preceding night.
Remember the grand concert at the
Bptist church Thursday, March 26. The
.New York Symphony club, assisted by
some former members of Gilmore's e el
tbrated New York band will give the en
Geo. Wagner, of the Atlantic brewiry,
bie moved his office into the second stary
o( the bottling works building and is
liking arrangements to put another 50
ion artificial ice machine in the nart nf
li.e building formerly used as an office.
The case of Leary vs. Corcoran snd
Gibson in bearing in Justice Hawe's court
yesterday afternoon, was compromised
by Leary being paid back $60 of his
money, be paying all costs. Gibson was
discharged andCorcoran fined $25, and
the fine suspended.
There will be an entertainment in the
interest of foreign missions at the First
Baptist church on tomorrow evening.
There will be a scenic representation of
the WDmen of heathen lands, in costuue.
There will be between 30 and 40 persons
take part in this representation. Ttere
will also be readings, recitations and seme
ery fine music a male quartette. Com
mences at T:3J p. m. Admission enly
Tte editor happened to be in a coach
coming up from Davenport a few i ve
cingsago. A young man with a pallid
wuuiecance got on at uavenpon. we
were first caused to notice him by an al
tercation between him and the conductor.
The Toung man said that he had neither
ticket or money, but that the Lord had
promised to provide him with a ticket
before he got to Molioe. He implored
'he conductor to not put him off the
train, but to wait for the Lord to send
the ticket. The conductor's faith was
far from being the kind that mcves
mountains, for he pitched the young man
S at Rock Island . Geneseo News.
Slant Kmvr a J as on.
P. G. McCoy, who of late has been
f itching in the C. , B. & Q. yards, had the
thumb and forefinger of his rifihttand
crushed while coupling in the yards this
morning. After having the injured
member dressed by Dr. Truesdale, he
s'epted into Tindall's livery stable while
Mr. Tindall was at dinner and carried of!
an overcoat which was found a little later
on Twentieth street where he had thrawn
it away. Officer Sexton started in pur
suit and no doubt will overtake the n an.
McCoy was captured in Moline late
Hod Carriers Ortaalcr.
A number of hod carriers of the tri ci
ie met in Wigger's bail at Dayenport,
lst evening, for the purpose of forming
an organization. Dr. C. T. Lindley was
elected chairman and Wm. Wiegand s?o
Kary. H. Brand and C. Wiegand ere
delegated a committee to secure names to
join the unioa which was styled the
Bricklayers' Laborers' union, the tame
being subject to change should the plas
terers join it. The meeting adjourned to
Co. A, Attention!
All members of this command are here
by ordered to report at the Armory Fri
day evening, March 20, to prepare for in
spection on Monday, March 23, by t rder
' W. T. Channon, captain commanding.
.. Acting First Seargear. t.
Starch grows sticky; common powders
oave a Tulgar glare. Pozxoni'i is the
i)y complexion powder fit for use.
Tie Reerpii. t ih U'Mrhaaser
Maloa Vreienlay ArtrraaoB.
Mrs. Fred Weyerhauser gave a grand
reception at the Weyerhauser mansion
on E m ureet yesterday afternoon from
2 to 6 o'clock. The interior decorations
were very elaborate, one of the most no
ticeable features being music emanating
from a bower of flowers in the hall, back
of which Scbillinger's orchestra was situ
ated, and furnished delightful music.
Lillie of the Valley and Eiglisi and pink
roses were seen in "abundanre adorning
the drawing rooms, the spacious dining
room and the library
Over 300 guests were received, and
dainty refreshments furnished by Kinsley,
of Chicgo. and Krell & Math, of tbi j
city, were served by Ruth's band of the
Broadway Piesbyterian church. The re
ception was one of tie events of the
season, and Mrs. Weyerhauser andaber
daughters were assisted in receiving by
the following ladies: Mesdamrs John J.
Reimers. Fred Denkmaun, A. H. McCand
less, T. B. Davis, Tim Murphy. II. B.
Sudlow and A. C. Dart, of this city,
Mrs. Geo. French. Davenport, and Mrp.
Geo. Crampton, Moline, the Misses Ed
son snd Denkmann, Miss Cora Allen, of
Davenport, and Miss Ltllie Swan, of
1? N G Chamberlaiu to Industrial
Home association, lot 17. block 14. Spen
cer & Case's addition to Rock Island.
Sewell Dodge to F. L. Hodgdon. ej.
lots 28 and 29. Dodge's addition to Rock
Ellen Venable, by heirs, to M Robin
son, ne . nej. 1, 16. 4 $820.
John Bedlord to M G Bedford, part of
nej, 15. 16. lw, and part of swl of sel.
10. 16. lw, $1.
M G Bedford to Jchn Bdford, part of
sej. and part of nJ, of aej. 10. 16. lw,
Oscar Peal to John Wixon, part of lot
1, block 10. old town of Moline, $5.
Charles D. Wheaton to Sarah E
Wheaton. J of e$, nwj. 13. 16. 4w,
16 Charles K Gurley to Chester LillN
bridge, tl of lot 3, 22. 16. 6w. $200.
W Hoffman to Muscarine Bridge com
pany, two tracts by metes and bounds, 1
and 2. 16. 6w. $1.
Ellen S. Webher to David Dilts. lot 7.
block 2. Ellen 6 Webber's addition to
Heiis of T. B. Gorton to N G Cham
berlain, lot 17, block 16, Spencer & Case's
addition to Rack Island. $2.
17 Estate of Andrew J. Little De
position of M. Schoon maker, subscribing
witness to take will, and will admitted to
Estate of Paul Jahn. Appraisement
bill aDi widow's award filed and ap
Estate of Daniel Wheaton Letters
teetamentarv issued to Sarah E. Wheaton
and W. S. Parmenter. bond waived by
Estate of N. Wilson Final report of
administrator filed and approved, estate
closed and administrator discharged.
Estate of Calvin Goodrich Final ac
count filed and approved, estate closed
and administrator discharged.
Estate of M. A. Barnes Claims al
lowed. Order declariog estats insolvent
and discharging administrator.
Vol . frorke tl'm Mtork-
In order to settle bis estate there will
be an absolute and unreserved auction
sale of all the stock (excepting Judge
Haves) of the late Col. W. D. Crockett,
at Waukegan, 111., the date of which will
be given in a few weeks.
It is imperatively necessary also to sell
the renowned prize wincing stallion,
Judce Hayes 4426, by Robert McGregor
2:171, dam by Almont 33. 2nd dam by
Alex Abdallah, 3rd dam of Lulu 2:143.
etc., and in view of the expressed wishes
of the deceased and bis intention to give
this horse a fast record this year he will
be reserved for private sale. Parties con
templating his purcnase may correspond
with the administratrix, Laura B.
Crockett. Waukegan, 111.
Tbi 8 horse is in his prime and bred in
the purple, and his owner confidently
predicted a record for him of 2:20 or bet
ter this year. At 10 years of age he has
two in the 2:30 list, and at least four rr
five probable candidates this year near at
home. Waukegan Patriot.
Easter novelties at Krell & MathV.
A few boaiders wanted at 90G Nine
Nice baled hay and straw by the ton by
John Evans at city scales.
Wanted A competent cook, by Mrs.
C . C. Carter. 1S07 Fifth avenue.
Easter egps from two for lc up to 50c
each; all the latest at Krell & Math's.
Two fresh milch cows for sale. En
quire C. D. Gordon, eherifl'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 Krell & Math, step in and
have a dish.
Get your small candies for filling Eas
ter eggs from Krell & Math; tbey have the
regular egg mixture.
Wanted to rent. A good house of six
or seven rooms east of Seventeenth street
in the central part of town. Address C,
E. B. McKown sells hard wood In
lengths, cut or split; soft coal, lump and
nut, corner Fifteenth street and First
avenue. Telephone 1193.
Special Tax Hotiet.
The law requires the township collector
to turn his books over tojthe county treass
nrer early in March, and those who have
not yet paid their taxes are respectfully
requested to do so immediately, and save
the penalty which the state law imposes.
THE ABGTJB. THTJBSDAT. M Alton' 10. 1891.
h-l arper's Theatre.
. J- E- Montrose, Manager.
W ONE XIGHT OSLV.
1 Friday, March 20th.
LATEST NEW YORK SUCCESS.
FaMo Romani !
MR. WALTER LAWRENCE.
MISS FRANCES FIELD
anl a company of player.
Turiliintr anlint retinjr Earthquake e ff.-ot.
Miiiultiineoua with an
Kruption of Mount Vesuvius:
Illumination of the Huvnf Naples
rortninir the most niairnlrWnt spectacular tab-
BfwrfejcaiMieai Hrir Hou-e Pharmacy
11 Mi'u?un anv stajre.
Prices 43, 50 and 73 cents.
"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 fee per word
and one week at !4c per word.
NICKLY FCRvisnBD ROOM FOR TWO
irent.emen at 57 Twtntietn urect.
WANTED Lad ir and cent emeo poriia
small capital to handle a rare ineotioD
he :p- allo-.ht r; no peddling; no oppjution:
" n "ij """''"I; eaaily rbown; ea.ily
eaallyold. Sweet-insicc 10 a day. flui
werB. fl00amonth.3.0ut,ear, ur: ,,u oraj
Cr-MUmittu., ?A Bixieemn ureet, hock 11.
TRKACKY THiPAKTMKXT. W-hi-Tok,
T.rMar5..lWl.-,JeHU'l proposal;: will b
rweived. to be open-l at o'clock p. m April
7. Wl, for the sale to the Uniteti states of suit
able property, centrally and convcnicntlv loca
tl. for a site for the public buililinjr author
i7.el liy act of congress. approei lK-tmler
24. 1SMO and March 3. JSWl, to e crectl iu Rock
Island. Illinois. A corner lot, approximating
l' feet front by 120 feet in dim' nions. is pre
ferred. If not a corner lot. the propcrt v must
approximate iSUfeet by I so feet in dimensions;
the JMtJ fen to In- street frontajre. kach pn
losal must t niad! with the understamlinir
and airreement that, if it is accepted the build
injrs and all improvements on the pr. jxt1 v are
to be retained, and removed within ; "davs
after written notice, by the vendor, and that
all expenses connected with f urbishintr evi
deni of title and deeds of coDveyamv are to
be paid by the vendor. Kach proKisal must ?
accompaniel by a proiwrly drawn diatrrani,
jrivinir the metes and Niumls of the inK-rtr,
and showing the streets around the Murk hi
which the proorty is situated: also by a writ
ten statement in rcrard to the irrades." charac
ter of frround for foundation, etc. The right
to rejet-t any and all proposals is reserve!
Each proposal mut lie sealed, markel ,,l,r
osul for the sa e of property far a site for the
public buildirir In Kork Island. Illinois." and
addressed and mailed to CHAKLEs KOsTEK,
sicretury of the Treasury, ashiUK'on, 1. c.
Estate of VatUJa R. Stoddard, deceased.
The nnderaiKTK-n having been appointed execn.
tnx of the lat i)l aid ti-M.meut of Matilda R.
Strddaid, late of the county of Rock Island,
state of Illinois, deceased, hereby piTf notice
tbat she will appear before the county conrt of
Rock Ialand county, at the office of the clerk of
said court, in the city of Rock Island, at the
May term, on the first Monday in May next,
at which time all persona harinffclain. "a?aint
aid estate are notified and req nested to attend
for the purpose of having the fame adjusted. All
persons Indebted to said estate are requested to
make immediate payment to the nnderslraed.
Dated this l&ta day of Msrth. A. D. lrl
. El DORA M. STODDARD. Executrix.
(Soiog Out of Business.
Furniture, Carpets, Draperies,
tSTtVILL BK SOLD
Ieg;eirclless of Cost !
'Credit given reliable people.
The C. F. Adams Home Furnishing House
322 BRADY ST.,
betid be displayed la baying nwxtt
cine above all things. In selecting
twaedy for any diseaae, you should b
poaitire that it contains nothing Inju
rious to the health. Many remedies
on the market leare the patient in ft
much worse condition, than befors)
S- s. s.
la purely vegetable, and perfectly
.barmileas; tlie mobt delicate child ca
take It with absolute safety. It contains
no mercury or minerals of any kind,
and yet it never fails to cure tbs dis
eases it Is recommended for.
Book on Blood and Skin diseases fre.
Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Oft
Tt a wouava aovicc amo oat
A mafnificaot Drrp BUek Psliata, which kata
on Mre! boot a week, and en Waaa a a tkv.
25 Dollars worth of Mem Furnituro for
25 Cents. HOW? By painting
25 quar feet of Old Furniture wit
Cnr-T0W.SH1P ELECTION 0iIiE.
Sotlc Is hereby riven tbat on ru-dv the
'enth iUt of April. isl. in thecitv of 'R k
island, an election will W h-ld lor the lo low
ing onicers to-wit;
One "Mayor for two vears.
r.nef ityt'ltTk for two vear.
Ouefitv Attorney for two -ar
(ne Alderman In the Flrt wanl for twnti tn.
One Alilcnuan In the becond ward for two
one Alderman in the Third Wanl for two
cne Alderman in the Fourth Wanl for two
ne Alderman in the Fifth Ward for two
ue Alderman In the fixth Ward for two
ne Alderman in the Seventh Ward for two
t -wasnie orricrc.
T) Assistant Supervisor for twj vear.
One Assessor f t one year
'ne Collector for one year.
W hU'h election win beK.n at o"clo, k in the
mornina and continue own, until Tu'c.ix x iu
the afternoon of tbat day.
Reiristerinir and vntinV will te done at the
usual votintr placi-s lueai h ward
ity ami Town Clerk.
Tated March 14 1M.
Davenport Steam Dye Works
Krocn ii. Corne's. proprietors, .lit flar
risi'O street. Iav uport. Iowa.
D'yeing. Cleansing and
in the very tet anl latest manner w.th
the aid of the l-est nnuliuit rj .
SFeathT lieds and pillows n-nuvatcd.
HERMAN K0LLS, M. D.
This mediWne s mule fn.tn Oi rtoan r"ts
and herts 1 bis medicine is tin Is-t eun- for
consumption, malanu. rl-umati-u ati-l ail
sicknessof the stomut b and lier.
For sale at
t3 Twelfth street. Rock Islan.U 111.
Express and Moving.
AU order prompt1 attended to. Cfaar-
yLeve order at H. Trenaatai.' Qart.e
ahupon Market Mjasrr.
Are arriving In such quantities
that we are kept busy
marking and arranging.
Early, do you say?
Well, we don't think so. judging
from the way people are buying,
what shall we call your
attention to first?
So many desirable things in all
We are at our wits end.
Well, here coes anyway.
2.000 yards choice styles in
ginghams In short lengths 1 yd.
to 12 yard pieces, price always
12 Si cents.
When sold in usual way from
full pieces. We bought at
a price and they are yours
for 1 Oc a yd. Fast colors.
Hock Island. Illinois.
Three Times as
A acy otber ptmilarevralibm. ct in tbr ci'y.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN,
Nos'. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
Ani N s 124, 133 and 12S Sixteenth Street,
A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold is
Irish Cough Sryup
Acts quick'.y. is perfectly safe and never fai: to cure all Lucg troubles.
TRT IT 10c, 25c and 50c Bottle..
Mc!c:m know, for a!l Ktiaej.
Sc a Bottle Samples free.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOHN & ADLER
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street
THE LION PROCESS SHOE?
If not trj a pair; they will giye 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 Rippiog off of Soles.
No Squeaking, and no Breaking in.
Just as easy as a band turned, and will wear twice
as long. Ererj pair stamped on the sole I Uo rkuctM J
-FOR SALE BT fac tpi Hwa. 1
Sol Agent for Rock Itlaal.
Central Sboe Store. Era Sir eel Store.
1818 Second Avenue. ttzt Fifth Aveauc
Don't wait till they are gone.
Stacks of dress goods.
Double fold all wool mixtures 25c a yd
Handsome wool broken checks, wide,
50e- a yard.
30 in plain and mixtures, all wool.
42c- a vard
Soft finish all wool cloth. 4 2 in,
50c. a yard.
Black dress goods, immense line.
at low prices.
Lawn tennis, rood as usually
offered for 12'ic.our
price 10 cents.
Splendid assortment of ladies'
muslin underwear at popular
To judge of the (rood values offered
you must see tor yourseix.
Large a Stock of
Let aai Stoaaca troabl. u
and Liver Pills.
Druggist, Rock Ialand.