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.(.y your EastA hat at Lloyd & Stew-iri's-
gee L'f Stewart's pew line of neck
$te LloyJ & Stewart's new line of urn
t.- Ckniinn & Salzmann's for your
Eltcant carpets of new designs at Kann
Fred Kaupke, of Cedar Ripids, is vis
iting in the city.
la carpets Clemann & Silzmann have
ib iffiniense line.
A fi nc fruit fur m near Milan for sale
tyGeO. v. narna.
Beaaiiful parlor furniture, ihe finest,
it Kann & Huckstaedt's.
Btdroom suites in rich profusion at
gnn & Huckstaedfs.
Ladies, learn artistic dress cutting over
llcCube's dry goods store.
Carpets for everybody at pricfg to
suit; Oemnaan & Salzmann's.
Carpets, carpets, carpets to please any
body, at Clemann & Salzmann's.
Sow is the time to buy a spring hat
icd Lloyd & Stewart's is the pi tee.
John Weyerhauscr returned from a bus
iness trip through the west last evening.
Lloyd & Stewart can fit a hat to the
0,1st difficult shaped bead. Give ihim
TV greatest selection of spriog over-
coais can be seen at Simon & MosenfeU
Fire acres, all laid out in lots 0:1 the
Milan road, for sale by Geo. W. D. IIar
You can get any color, style or quality
of 8iring overcoats at Simon & MDsen
Professor Cole and his second will play
a: Maucker's place the White Elephant
Parents looking for a confirmation
suit, will do welt to call on Simon &
1S91 designs in carpets and over 300
patterns to select from at Clemann &
Ladies can get a perfect fi tting gar ment
cut over McCabe's dry goods store. The
Ladies' Tailor Company.
The funeral of the late Henry H. Sears
will be held from the Christian church at
10 45 tomorrow morning.
Tickets for the grand concert a-, the
Baptist church next Thursday evening
are on sale at Knesbury & Son's.
Fresh dairy butter and eggs, sweet po
tatoes, cabbage and lettuce at Long'?.
Open until $:30 p. m. on Saturday.
Spring overcoats are yearly getting
more popular. Simon & Mosenfelder
show ten times the assortment tbey used
A neat brick house with a large lot for
$2,000, convenient to upper saw mills
and depot, for sale by Geo. W. D. Ear
One acre with house, barn and sheds.
well located on the bluff, just outside the
city limits, for sale by Geo. W. D Har
As to variety, price atd fine finish of
spring overcoats any firm in the three
cities is challenged by Simon & Kosen
felder. There will be an apron sociable and
supper in the Twenty-ninth street chap
el next Tuesday and Wednesday eve
$1,500 will buy a good brick boc.se of
seven roomB, with good barn, well loca
ted on Twentieth street, from Gei. W
Lurene Pavev s visit to the city ac
companied by an expert accountant was
on business connected with the state aud
Mrs. O. Grenenger, of 2919 Sixtt ave
nue, was called to Galesbutg yesterday
afternoon by the Balden death of "ber
father in that city.
The fair at the South Park chapel
c'jsed last evening. The two nights
.'wared $125, the net income far exceed
Locksmith Fiebig received a te egram
from Keota, Iowa, yesterday, asking him
t go there at once to see to the opening
of a safe there, to which the comb. nation
had been lost.
liev. R. F. Sweet, rector of Trinity
( hurch, is in receipt of a large bundle of
palms from his old friend. Key. Lyman
''helps, in Florida, which will bi used
among the decorations in Trinity tomor
The public meeting by the clerks' as
tembly at the Central Presbyterian church
c.xt Tuesday eveing will be addressed by
Rev. Taylor, War Jackson and F. W.
Lang. It is expected that some of the
clerks will also speak.
Hon. George W. Vinton is a tiember
of the house committees of the Illinois
gislature on public charities, on mana
Wturing, fiBh and game laws, and the
world's fair. Of the first named ommit
tee- he is chairman.
The Women's Foreign Missionary so
ciety of the First M. E. church will hold
their annual thank offering service to.
morrow evening at 7:30. A speci al pro
cramme has been prepared, whith pro
mises to be the best tbey have tad. i
Keueral invitation is eqtended to tie pubs
All are invited to the Bale of embroid
eredlintns given by the Improvement
Guild of Trinity church on Ttesday,
March 31 at 3 o'clock p m . at the resi
dence of Mrs. M. E Call, 1013 Second
avenue. An oran?e tree. tn full Uor;
he fruit of which all are invited to test'
will be a feature of the afternoon.
The dance and supper given bv P.oa
honta Council auxiliary to OSiu-Kee
tribe, order of Red Men. at Turner ha'.l
last evening m & tnui
ery particular notwithstanding the
threatening weather. Nearly 73 couples
aviikd themselves of the opportunity to
enjoy the entertainment which is alwavs
a success when in charge of the ladies of
the council. A sumptaous repast was
served and asocial time Indulged in bv
MOLINE S ELECTION ISSUES.
Law ! Order and a l.OOO .!
! bMueqirtla at the Approach
in 3lBBiipai Rieettea.
About 40 Moline republicans assembled
at the law orHc9 of Browning & Entri-
kin Thursday eyening. Ex-Mayor C. O.
Nason presided, the object of the meeting
Being to discuss the municipal situation.
with special reference to the approach-
ing city election. The Dispatch reports
The meeting was intendod urimarilv
advisory to the republ cm city commit
tee, there beioik soma doubt in that body
as to the advisabil iy of callinjr straight
republican caucuses and a republican
convention to place a party ticket in tte
ueiii. i tie opinion whs Hlm.iKt imni
rr.ous thht there are no party ends to
gmn. .j Pty issues involved, and
thtt there is no strength to be gained by
insistence on party noaiications at this
time. Some of those present went no
far as to express the opinion that the
past ha9 showu the folly introducing pol-
ltics into our municipal elections in Moline
has demonstrated that such contests ex
erted disrupting influences instead of
tending t bind the partv together in
county, state and national elections. It
was finally decided to request the remib-
lican committee to abstain frani calling
ward caucuses and a citv convention.
This having been done it was voted to
appoint a committee of ten to formulate
a Uw and order platform, and to circu
late a call for a law and order conven
tion, to which all citizens are to be in
vited who can stand on the platfoam. It
was lett to the committee whether the
convention should he one of delegates or
a mass meeting. If it is a delegate con-
vent on, all citizens who can approve the
platfora are to be invited to the ward
caucuses; if a mass meeting, such citi-
zens are to be invited to the convention.
One of the mosi important actions of
the meeting was in instructing the com
mittee, after lull discussion , as to what
the nature of the platform should be.
namtly, that it shttll provide for the nom
ination of men who shall stand pledged
to the strict enforcement of the laws and
ordinances, and to the increasing of the
annual saloon licenses to 1 1,000.
It was further decided that the ticket
should be strictly non-partisan, and that
the committee of ten should consist tf
gentlemen of all parties. The commit
tee as finallv chosen consists of B. C.
Keator. A. R. Brvatt. A. 8. Wright. H.
O. Lindehlad.J, W. Warr. W. J. Entri
ken.D. W. Gould. M- R. Metxgar. W. T.
Ball and P. S McGlynn.
This committee will meet on Saturday
evening and make all arrangements to set
the law and order bill a-rolling.
F W Wenke to E P Reynolds, part of
eel. 28. 18, le. 1.
Sarah M Harper, by eiecitor. to B
Gee. 13 lots in the village of Hampton,
County cWk to James Hampson, east
part of lots 6 and 7, block 12, t iwn of
W Knost to H. H LobBe. part of lot 2.
block 69. Chicago addition to Rock Isl
All parties holding pisses on the syn
dicate linesissued by C. B. Holmes or
Henrv ocnmtger, superintendent. are
hereby notified that on and after
date, such passes are cancelled and
not be honored by our conductors,
have orders to t&ke them up upon
sentation. This refers ti all pasteboard
passes, not coupon tickets.
Davenport & Rock Island Rt. Co.
D H. LoVDERKAtK,
Special Tax Notice.
The law requires the township collector
to turn hi books over tojthe county treas
urer 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.
Democratic Ciy Committee.
Members of the democratic city com
mittee are rt quested to meet at The Ar
gus office at l.'M Mondav evening. March
22. Henry Wheelan.
At f 10.
We make a specialty of 10 confirma
tion suits No such material and finish
offered anywhere for the money. We
guarantee a saving of t2 on each suit or
Simon & Moseskelder.
The rosy freubness. and a velvety soft
ness of the skin is variably obtained by
those who use Pezzoni'a Complexion
Tim Wdtiri Rattiar'aChoten Specific-
With every advance of emigration into the far
..t o n drmiind is created for Uoetetters
Stomach Bitter. ISewl peopled region are fre
quently lew ealubrious than older settled locali
ties.on ecconnt of the miasma which rises from re
cently tleared land, particularly aloo the bank of
rivers that are enl.ject to fresheU. The agricul
tural or mining emigrant soon learne, when le doea
not already know, that the Bitters anora xne oniy
--.'!..:- ;. ,.t malirliL and those disor-
dere of the etomach, liver and boweti, to which
climate changee, exposure, and unaccustomed or
nbealtby water or diet eubject him. Coneequent-
jy. Dm pi&cr iu vrtuu- - r- e.- t, -
specific and preventive commensurate with lU in-
orUve and promoter of health so impliciily to be
re uel upon m iik wi .
THE AKQUB. SATU11DAY MAKCM 21.
Fiieze and Ceiling
Wehavearrartred with the rajx-r llanrt-r-nl
Tauter In tlie city to take charge of our work.
Saii-fac:.ry reahs can be relied on.
R. CRAIPTON & CO.
GET YOUR PICTURES
Over Anericai Express tffii-e,
Urst-class work p-uarantefd.
"WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
STATE OF ILLINOIS, I
Public ntica f hereby given that at :hc Mav
Term. 1891, cfthccircoitco.rtdfeaid Ko k l-iatid
county, we shi; make application for uo ord r of
i-aid co-irt Cirect ireaml prnvidinG that t e name
the undftt'ii.'nrd. Paul Botja. t,hall t.e cbanrd, ai.d
that he Mial. have authority 10 aMiime tlie uanicof
Bruno Reoz. and that the rlaine of the iinU nii:ii-1.
Mariha Boljs. fhall he ctiancrd and that t-hr l.e
anthorie(itoa!,.nn-lhc rime of Mariha ltci z.bv
which name ;he said parties t-haii be afti rwaron
called and known ; and that ..aid partir ill :3 at
the mme timr make apjilication tor anordernt i-ai,l
court directing and nrouoinL' that the irnam of
their two children. Bernard and ltruno. ! chanced
fromBotiatoHenz and that lhev be uatbonred to
a-snme the names of Bernard Ki-nz ani Bruno
Jated this Twenty-flrft day of March. 11.
MAKTUA BUT J A
Jackson Jc HnT, Solic'tore.
A Sure Cure for a Cough or Cold is
lrish Cough Sryup
Acts quickly, ia perfectly safe and never fails to cure all Lang troubles.
Medicine known for all Kidney, Lun and Stomach trocV.e. :
Thomas' Kidney and Liver Pills.
6c a Bottle Samples free.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH "
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOHN & ADLER,
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street
Have you worn
THE LION PROCESS SHOE?
If not try a pair; they will giye you more satis
faction for your money than any 6hoe 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 wear twice - H T
as long. Every pair stamped on tbe sole I LluN pkucsVs I
-FOK SALE BT-
Sole Agent for Rock Island.
Central Sboe Store, Elm Street Store,
1818 Second Avenue. tJ 8929 Fifth Avenue.
It la said will eel) anything, this is
true In a tnranure; but for staving
qualities,- merit ia the test. Extensive
advertising may aell anything wber
It la new tr unknown, but after It
eomes into general use, It la judged
according tolta wortl. The. continued
and aU-adv crowt'i of Smift'a pclfl
La the beat evidence of ila xcellcnc.
It La moet popular where It Is best
known. Every bottle sold, sella tea
others. Every one that takes It be
comes Its friend, and recommends It
to their acquaintance.
Treatine on Ulood and kin Diseases
Bain Srsciric Co.. Atlanta, Ca
"Situations wanted" and local -Help"
wants not exceeding tbree lines in
serted one week in the DAILY ARGUS
For Sale. Rent, Exchange and Miscel
laneous wants inserted one day at lc
per word; tbree days at o per word
and one week at 1 ic per word.
TTTANTF.D- Acv .; rl t.r eur.e:
' titj -r.rt ret t.
NIVSLV rl' i-llt-D hK .M rOK T'0
WANTE' I, il'c an I i:,'iit i-ni-
tiiiil r-jii:. ! ( ,ntilc Trr Inxlt'nn
fr ! H o ti r . i n i.-tl.li ok-: iki iip n'.i. n:
BO tt k: -:! ri"tl-l: .!) innt ; rt'l.J
-anllj ! 1. 'n ..,.r 1 tj. !
.? IVi'Hncjt, i:t,-; c aMra't.
Hr- Uiai , iv. ?.iit-ii: j rirrvl, h k l-l-latid.
CnY-TUUNsllll' tLUTIOS XOiKT.
Ntt1c 1 h'Tf ,v iriven tbat on Tu-Jv th-M-enth
U ! April. ii the city ct'KxIi
inlrtn.l. ancient ion will lie hfUl lor tlie follow
ing otfcvr tit-wit:
O no Mayor for two year.
ti- Ityl'lcrk lor two car.
Ont'City Attorney tortwo year
C'ne .ilclcrniaii in th Klrt wanl for twoyi-ant.
One Aldt-ruian in the- ond Wnl lor two
one Alderman tn the Ibirxl War for two
cne AMertnan in tht- Fourth WarJ for two
one Alder ma u in tb- Fifth Ward for two
oue AMertuan iu the eixlh Ward f..r two
ne Alderman in the$-enth WarJ for two
Tw Asitant llr ior f.-r twj yearn
One AsM-nsorf roiie year
ne Collect r forone'year.
W bieh election win ! x-n at S oVlo,-u n the
morninir and i-.-ntinue oih d until 1 o'c.m k iu
tbe afternoon f that tlay.
Heiristerinjr ami v.,tinir wilt v doue at the
us-ual V(.in plHetn in inch wnl
R'Mo.hT kol HLFR.
ity an.l Town Clerk.
rated March H lwt
BUY A BUFFALO
Wyoming' Ut It the cotnlnir citv of Wyorn
ioc. ha WHterwork. electric livlit". flourinir
uii 1. Located in tne garden of WyoroinK.
I'mduced the prize potato rn ii of the I'nited
States in 1.' rcr niaf and further lufur
mation apply t
MANN & TnoT. Buffalo. Wyo.
10c, 25c aod Site Bottles.
Druggist, Rock Uland.
I raw erpv.. J ore.
BVD C D NTIRE
Are arriringln such quantities
that we are kept busy
marking and arranging.
Early, do yon sty?
Well, we don't think so. judging
from the way people are baying.
What shall we call your
attention to first?
So many desirable things in all
We are at our wits end.
WelL here goes anyway.
2.000 yards choice styles in
ginghams in short lengtSs 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 1 0c a yd. Fast colors.
"Rock Island. Illinois.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN
Three Times as
A sty ottrt vimilar ertbiibtiirtil !n ttr city.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN,
. Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Xcs 124, 125 and 12S Sixteenth Street,
INCORPORATED C75DRK TEX TEE STATS LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.,
Opes daily from S a. m. to 4 p. aad 6tarday fveoinf i froca ;u e'cJec.
FiYe per cent interest paid on Deposits. Moner loaned on Personal. Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security
. P. R1T50LDS, Pres. F C DXNKMAKH, Tlce-Prea. J. V. BCTORD, Cachier.
T. L MltthelL B P. Rerooldv, P. C. TekBaii. Jobs Crabanr a. C. P. Lradc.
J. J. Bciaen, L. ftmoB. X. W. Bam. J. M. BaTord.
i Acaaoa A H raar, SoUcnora.
WWin berla boto'- m Jaly 8, 1890, aad WJl occspy baaal&f moa wub sf!lcea A tnde
tu.lU u ba&k U cmt!ed.
s uivt aor to
The Adams Furnishing House,
Don't wait till they are gone.
Stacks of dress goods.
Double fold all wool mixtures ZSc aydt
Handsome wool broken checks, wide.
36 in plain and mixtures, all wool.
Soft finish all wool cloth. 42in.
60c. a yard.
Black dress goods, immense Una,
at low prices
Lawn tennis, good as usually
offered for 12-tc.our
price 1 0 cents.
SpUndid assortment of ladles
muslin underwearjat popular
To judge of the good t aloes oSered
you must see for yourself.
Large a Stock of
is resered for
Era.1y T-?t DnmrH.tr.