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jsm cbeese at Browner's.
Tice dressed chickens at Browner's.
Fabio Romani" at the theatre tonijjhf
Bae ball at the rink tomorrow ni;;ht.
t;triwberries and vegetables at May's.
Fresh oysters and celery at Browner's.
Crane'1, bananas and rfates at Ling's.
Imp"r:ed Holland berringatBrown;t'8.
Fri'vh lettuce and radishes at Brown-
Hon. H. C. Cleaveland went to C!hi
ca2o last night.
C. H. Stoddard is sti 1 confined to his
bouse bv i'lness.
Florida oranges, malaga grapes and
,pp!f8 at F. G. Youug's.
Charles Buford has entered the oEce of
Jackson & Hurst to read law.
Choice fresh lettuce, tpinach, pie
plant, asparagus, soup bunches at F. G.
Lost A pocket-book maiked E. I. L.
containing a rosary. Please leave at
Tbe last private dance of the season of
the Rock Island Turner society occurs at
tbe ball tomorrow night.
Tbe ordeis for the electric bell may be
. i . . i-
left at LTampioD.s uouk Biore. nen. em
ber, satisfaction guaranteed.
Cabbage, sweet potatoes, lettuce, tur
nips and a full assortment of California
dried and canned fruits at Long V
Brulire travel yesterday amounted to:
Foot-North, 471; south, 4G5; total. 936.
Teams North, 416; south, 41S; total,
Any one desiring to purchase city r rop-
erty will do well to call on J. E. Eidy
before so doing. Real estate office 1803
Second avenue. See adv.
Eugene Pavev. Ban of Gen. Pavev, was
in tbe city yesterday on business con
meted with the AdmsExpress company.
He was accompanied by an expert ac
countant from Chicago.
J. E. Courtwright.Uie popular drummer
who has been laid up at the Kick Inland
house with the grip, is again able t be
about, after having lost considerable
Some new arrivals are a eon in the
borne of Geo. Hastings and wife of 309
Ecventh street, and girls in tbe faniues
of H. II. Uaack, 3025 Fifth avenue, and
L T. Holmes on Forty-third street.
Tbe tri-city clerks' assembly has ar
ranged for a public meeting at the Cen
tral Presbyterian next Tuesday evening
at which a number of noted speaker.-, will
be present and take part.
The Central District Telephone com
pany is improving its service between the
three cities by putting in two additional
wires between Rock Island and Diven
port, and Rock Island and Moline.
Ir. Richard Grealibh, who bas been
visiting with his parents. Cap.. M. G rea
list and wife, of Rjck Islaod arsenal, re
turned to Chicago this morning, whi rs he
is practicing in the Cook county hos
E. M. Dickey, late superintendent of
the Diamond Jo. line, having been ap
pointed one of the administrators of the
estate of Jo. Reynolds, will remote to
Chicago, and F. A. Bill, until recently
general freight agent, will succeed Mr.
Dickey as general superintendent.
Missionary entertainment at the F.rst
Baptist church tonight. Tne woiren of
heathen lands will appear id costumes
in a scenic representation. Music, male
tjuartette, recitations, readings, etc. Ad
mission ten ceats; beg:n at 7:30 p. m.
A very fine entertainment. Come every
body. The meeting of the Tri-City Clerks' as
seniby at Moline last night was largely
attended and a general feeling of confl-
dence expressed as to the success of their
early closing movement, and a resolution
waa passed thanking those merchants
who have continued to close at 6:3) and
on Sunday, thereby giving strength to
An elevator at the sash factory in
som" way was thrown out of g;ar jester-
day afternoon letting Fritz Barlong who
was on it at the time fall to the bottom, a
distance of two stories. He was picked
up unconscious and Dr. Truesdalj was
immediately summond bat found that
aside from the shock the man bad sus
tamed no serious injury. He is reported
a much better today, and will be a&
work again before long.
The suggestion has been made tl at be
fore the Union introduces any further
candidates for the republican alie-manic
nomination in the Fourth ward, it not
only learn their names and proper address
hut ascertain their politics and whether
or not they reside in the ward. To the
attainment of this end it might be well to
see that the morning paper is prjvided
hereafter with type written copy of its
The remains of the late Judge Grant
who died at Oakland, Cal ., last Saturday
arrived in Davenport at 12:35 this morn
ing over tbe Rock Island road. They
were accompanied by Mrs. Grant, Dr. and
Mre. Cassell. Hon. Whit Grant. S. F,
Smith and Charles Whitaker.. Ex-Gov
trnor J. B. Grant and Dr. Grant arrived
from Denver today. Upon, their arrival
in Davenport the remains were taken to
undertaking rooms, and from tfc:re will
be taken to the family residence, south
west corner of Seventh and Iowa utreeU,
where the funeral services will be held
tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock.
the Davenport newspapers which
talking abeut the mistreatment the
street railway people have suffer.! in
Rock Island, had heard the threat made
Manager Louderback in tbe Harper
iterday by a representative citizen of
that city, they would draw in their horns.
comm'.ttee had called upon Mr. Loud
erback to make certain requests of him
which would result in a loss, and upon
refusal to comply, he was told that
Davenport council, whom the spokes
man claimed to control a third of. would
make it warm for him.
Notice is given of a sharper or confi
dence mm operating from town to town.
His mode of operation is to go to a town.
rent a furnished room in a nice respecta
ble locality, then go to a livery stable and
procure a horse and buggy, paying in ad
vance, saying he will return later and then
.nve to some jewelry store and select a
lumber of fine articles of jewelry and re
quest that a clerk, boy or somebody be
sent with him to his rooms to make selec
tions and then when getting to the room,
r. Sharper slips out the back way with
the goods and the jeweUr has to take his
chances and very seldom catches the con
fidencer. A man from Indiana tried that
nd of a game in Rock Island last sum
mer and is now in the penitentiary.
Easter novelties at Krell & Math'?.
Dancing school at Armory hall Saturday
A few boarders wanted at 806 Nine.
Nice baled hav and straw hv th inn hi
John Evans at city tcales.
Wanted A competent cook, by Mrs.
. C. Carter. 107 Fifth avenue.
Easter eefs from two for lcimtn nn
each; all the latest at Krell & Math's.
Two fresh milch cows for sale. Enq
uire C. D. Gordon. sher:fi's office.
Electric bells htms and wrrntn.l
$3 5'i. Bells repaired. Address Arucs
Nice bananas, sweet oranires. new dtpa
and fresh fis, always on hand, at Kreli
iV Main st.
We alwavs have ice creum Spn.t in
your order Krell fc Matb, step in and
have a disn.
Get your small candies for filling Eas
ter egg from Krell &, Math; they have the
regular eeg mixture.
anted to rent. A rood house of six
or s:;vcn rooms east of Seventeenth street
n tbe central part of town. Address C .
Remember the rrn.l rnnr-f-rl t th
Baptist church Tliursdty. Mt-.rch CO The
New York Svmnhns c'uh. attsisLpd hi
J T J ' J
some former members ot Gilmore's cel.
sbr-ited ew lork band will give tbe en
All parties holding pisses on the pvn-
dicate lines, issued by C. B. Holmes or
Henry Schnitper, superintendent. are
hereby noiitied that on and aft-r this
date, such passes are cancelled and will
not be honored by our conductors, who
have orders to teke tnem ud upon rre
sentation. This refers t all paiteboard
passes, not coupon tickets
Davenport fc Rock Ilakd Rv Co.
D H. LotTDERBACK.
Special Tax Ho tie.
The law requires tbe township collector
to turn hix books over tojtbe county treass
urer-early in March, and those who have
not yet paid their taxes are respectfuTJJ'T
requested to do so immediately, and save
the penalty which the e'atelaw imposes.
David f itzgerald.
To w nsbi p Col lector.
Tne adAance of Salvation Oil has been
a triumphal mar b from tbe beginning.
It puts rheumatism and neuralgia to rout
without apparent effort. 25 c-nts.
J. E- Montrcse, Manager.
ONE NIGHT ONLV.
Friday, March 20th.
LATEST NEW YORK SUCCESS.
Fabio Romani !
MR. WALTER LAWRENCE.
MISS FRANCES FIELD
au 1 a company of player.
Tlirillinir ami interesting Earthquake effect,
liuniltuiiemis with an
Eruption or Mount Vrnwiviuf:
llhiniiimtion of the Buy of Naples,
Formintr the most miijrnirU-eiit spwtuciilar tat
lcaux ever attempted on nnv ft aire.
h-Hervc si'atwle at Harper ll.iuse rharmacy
Wednesday murium:. Varch IS.
frici-B. 20. 5) and 75 crnta.
CITT-T0WSS1I1P ELECTION 011CE.
Notice Is herel.y piven that on Tuef itay tho
neventh 1ut of April. 11. in thecity of I K-k
Islat'.l. an election will be held lor the follow
ing oflicers to-wit:
Cne Mnvor for two yc-ars.
( net it V Clerk fortwo years.
t .......... '..rf IK., ittira
One Aldormati in the First ward for twoycars.
One Ahlernmu in the M-coiul nl for two
eime' Alderman in the Third Wnnl for two
y'one Alderman in th- Fourth Wunl fortwo
o'ie Alderman in the Fifth Wurd for two
One Alderman in the Sixth Ward for two
yL"ne Alderman in the Seventh Wurd for two
Twj Assistant SuicrvisoT9 for two years.
One Assessor f r one year.
hich election will be open at 8 o clock in the
mornitur and continue open until to clock in
KeiristerinK and votinar will be done at tbe
i o ..ni auAh warn
uauaivoun - fKOEHLEH.
City and Towa Clerk,
fated March 14 1891.
XHE ABQPB. FRTDAT
M?Kown hrd wood in
ntg cut7P,it5 "oft coal, lump and
JvenrDT.fifIfenth Btreet "
avenue. Telephone 1198.
IS EARLY THIS YEAR,
desire to call j our attention to their
EXQUISITE LINE OF
II. UPTON & CO.,
MRS. P. GREENAWALT
1704 SECOND AVENUE.
A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold is
lrish Cough SryupE
Acta quickly, is perfectly aafe and never fi! to care a'l Lang troV.e.
Medicine known for all Kidney, Lomj and Sumach troeb'm. !
Thomas' Kidney and Liver Pills.
Be a Bottle Samples free.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
TOHDNT & ADLER,
Removed to 219 8evntwnth 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 shoe j'ou have
ever bought. Only one sole and that of THE VERY
BEST. Outer and inner sole one eolid piece of the
best sole leather.
No Ripping off of Soles.
Just as easy as a band turned, and
as long. Erery pair stamped on tie
FOR SALE BT
Central Shoe Store,
1818 Second Avenue.
M AKOH 120. 1891.
should be displayed la bovine
eine above all thing. In selecting
remedy for any disease, you should be
potitive that it contain nothing Inju
rious to the health. Many remedies
a the market leave the patient In s
much worse condition, than before
s s s
la purely vegetable, and perfectly
hamlets; the most delicate child caa
take it w ith absolute safety. It contains -Be
mercury or minerals of any kind,
and yet it never fails to care the dis
eases it is recommended for.
Book on Blood and Skin diseases free.
Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Oa
"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 c per word
and one week at !ic per word.
ICKLY FCRMHRD ROOM FOa TWO
Keel i men t .V."J Trntutirtb lm t.
WANTF.'t-,'il i.n1 c-M "" xn..-ir
t c . all o h, r . no (r.laiini:: tin opp .cilia n;
1" M k: rarii.-:: ; .! i.; r-i!jr
r'l).!1 .-,-!!n.nrr-:fl tijr. fl. a
wrrk.'iJt mmUi. ".(, jcr. ote: rail ortd
t1r a , ." kteriiia :rrI. Ki'k J.
l'c, 25c and 5tc DotUea.
Druggist, Rock Island.
and no Breakin
will weir twice
C. H. k T.
Pat. 4. IBS.
for Rock Island.
Elm Street Store,
2929 Flfta Avenue.
Are arriving in such quantities
ijiai we are Kepi oasy
marking and arranptng.
WelC we don t think so. judging
irora me way people are buying.
What shall we call your
attention to erst?
So many desirable things in all
We are atonrnHtc n 4
Well, here goes anyway.
s.uvu y araa choice styles in
ginghams in short lengths 1 yd.
to 1 2 yard pieces, price always
When sold in usual way from
iuu pieces, we bought at
a price and they are yours
for 1 Oc a yd. Fast colors.
ARK VOW MIOWI.HO
Three Times as
A ai.jrortjrr iin lrfW Luj'.: mtr c'f.
Nos. 1525 and
And Ncs 124, 125 and 12S
KOoarORATZD CJTDKE TBS TBE STATS LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
rock island, ill..
Open di:y froa ta.a.t4p.saas tvtaraay tfnltp troa ? v etteck.
Five percent Interest paid on Deposits. Moner loaned oa Perso&aL Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security
s. p. asTxouM. tw. r c dzxebaxx. norrM. t. x. Brroxa. c.
r. I. Mitchell. S P. RrToold, r. C. rreii. Jota Cntnrm. C. t. Lrtc
3. J. Ee&rr. L. Kinm. B. W. Bsrvt. J. M. Baford.
Jcaaoa A lirur, toUcnotv.
tWVVi brria bavtixw Ja! &. 18, at4 wiH eccscr batklu Most M!icta A Lxa
BLU bcw back l cvnuMctrd.
This rpace!is resered for
-C. A. MEEK-
hixv. -jt to
The Adanis Furnifhlng House,
Don't wait till they are gone.
Stacks of dress goods.
Double fold all wool mixtures S5c a yd
Handsome wool broken checks, wi ie.
50c- a yard.
36 in plain and mixtures, all wool.
Soft finish all wool cloth. 4 2 in.
50c. a yard.
Black dress goods. immense line.
at low prices
Lawn tennis, good as usually
offered for 12 icour
price 10 cents.
Spltndid assortment of ladies
muslin underweartat pop alar
To judge of the good Talues offered
you must see for yourself.
Large a Stock of
1527 Second Avenue,