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T. J- Medill left for Chicago IhiB morn
Lotbar Barms is in Chicago on busi
ness. Willaim Atkinson Vent to St. Louis last
Htrper house billiard room for a good
You know that the best place to trade,
is at the London.
I want to rent a bouse. Ecquire at W.
U. Telegraph office.
Rev. G. W. Gue went to Chicago this
morning on business.
Don't forget to buy jour confirmation
suits at the London .
Dr. J. D. Rutherford, of Aedo, Bpent
Sunday in the city.
There will be preaching at fciouth Park
chapel tomorrow evening.
Democratic city committee ineeticg at
The Argps office this evening.
Capt. C. W. Durham and Wa . Kevins
left for Hot Springs last night.
Louis 0;hs. of Arkansas City, Is here
to accept a position with Louis Loeb &
The public soon found out that the
London gives the be6t value for the least
Will Gray, who is now located in Chi
cago, spent Sunday with bis parents in
Miss Jessie Sargent, of Geneteo, is vis
iting with the Misses Wilcox on Twen
Pierce Kain is the fathtr of a
eirl baby which arrived this mcrning and
Kain is happy.
Mrs. M. J. Farrington and soa, of Har
risville. Wis., are visiting at the residence
of C. M. Williams.
I will meet you at the Hirper house
billiard room at S p. m., and discount
you three games.
During holy week there will be daily
services at Trinity church at 10 a. m.
and 7:30 p. m.
It is reported that the London is selling
the clothing. This is easy to be seen by
the many yellow bundles.
Mrs. Georgiana Bixby, chief operator
at the Rock Island Telephone exchange,
is confined to her house by il!nei9.
Rock Island division Uniform Rank
Knights of Pythias, will hold an import
ant meeting on Wednesday evening.
If the wind blockade isn't raised before
election day, McConochie can spell his
name wiih three letters and it will stick.
Mark Pierce, who will have charge of
tbe engines on the steamer Lacy Grace
the coming season, left this morning for
Ladies desiring to purchase aprons
should attend the apron sociable at the
Twenty-ninth street chapel Tuesday and
August Iluesing left for Chicago to
day to consult with oculists in regard to
Lis right eye which has been troubling
bim the past few days.
It is being whispered about that a
young painter is soon to lead to the altar
one of Rock Island's popular jcung la
dies. Now let everybody guess.
In accordance with Thursday night's
caucus in that city, the republ cans of
Moline have decided to issue no call for
a city conuention or caucus this j ear.
William Tassmore, who, as related Fri
day, was arrested in Moline for false pre
tenses, has proven his entire innocence
f the charges and has been released.
Rev. A.M. Williams, (colore!) pastor
of the A. M. E. church at Moline, was
stricken with apoplexy yesterday shortly
after delivering bis sermon, and is in a
At the early closing and Sunday rest
meeting at the Central church tomorrow
evening, the speakers will be Rev. C. E.
Taylor. Dr. C. B. Kinyon and Messrs.
Wni. Jackson and J. W. Welch.
There will be a meeting of the demo
cratic city committee at The Arc us of
fice this evening to decide upon the time
for holding the city convention and other
matters pertaining to the spring cam
paign. The Equal Suffrage society, of Moline,
will meet at the residence of Mrs. E. P.
Reynolds, 2239 Fifth avenue, on Wednes
day afternoon at 2 o'clock. All ladies
who are interested in the cause are in
vited to attend.
George Durmann was the recipient of a
very pleasant surprise at his home on
Nintn Btreet and Seventh avenue tiatur
liV night. Twenty-five couple with two
violins took him by Btorm and a bappy
The last private dance of the season
yiven by the Rock Island Turner tociety
at Turner ball on Saturday evening proved
a very enjoyable affair. A fine f upper
was Bervcd by Mrs. Herkert, andB euer's
orchestra furnished the music.
As the days pass, A. H. Hampton sees
bis chanceB for the republican nomination
ffr township collector diminish. W. T.
Sudden is the last to announce bis can
lidacy for the office. Hampton now has
S?e competitors for the nomination.
Much land on the banks of Rock river
'6 under water owing to an ice gorj:e. It
B expected that the gorge will yet in
crease, in which event considerable more
tond will be placed under water. Very
little damage has been done bo far.
Col. H. B. Burgh, who ha been con
ned to bis bouse bo long with an injured
limb, gladdened his many friends by bis
appearance up town this morning. He is
rnucn better and improving nicely as all
wiil be bappy to learn.
Among those who contributed to the
8uth Park chapel fair and wboe names
were unintentionally omitted in our pub
lished list last Friday were Marshall &
Fisher, two beautiful toilet boxes and
Krell fc Math, ice cream.
Joseph L . son of Gecrge F. Shroedtr
and wife. 925 Twentieth street, died at
8:30 last evening ag;d 19 months, after
an illn ss of five weeks. The funeral
will take place tomorrow afternoon at
1 o'clock from St. Mary'd church.
Tne Paoen x Bridge company, which
has the contract for pu'ting the new iron
girders in the Rock Island bridge, will
begin work this wees. Tte superintend
dent has already contracted for board and
Edging for 40 men at the St. James hotel.
A Galena canvasser got caught in War
ren last week with a horse and buggy.
Next day he bought a cutter for ?, and
it getting warmer next morning he sold it
back for 5. Then had fine sleigh
ing for the balance of the week and he
kicked himself for losing two dollars.
A brand new engine, numbered 167,
has been received at the C. R. fc P.
round house. It is heavier then any of
the engines now running on this part of
the road aud was built in the Chicago
shops under the supervision of Gorge
F. Wilson, master mechanic of the C.. K.
I. & P.
Mrs. Elizibeth McEairy, mother of
William McEniry and M. J. McEniry. is
very ill at her home in Osborne. List
night M. J. McEniry and Miss Mollie Mc
Eniry were called to their mother's bed
side. Dr. Truesdale was also summoned,
but on his return this morning he pro
nounced Mrs. McEniry belter.
The last game of indoor baseball was
played at the rink on Saturday evening,
the contesting nines being the Kemper
halls, of Davenport, and the High
schools, of this city.. Owing to the dis
agreeable weather only a fw spectators
were present and not much enthusiasm
was manifested. The game resulted in
a score of 13 to 18 in favor of the Kem
Murdick Andrews died at the residence
of his 8onin-law, James St. Clair, 927
First avenue, at 1:05 Sunday morning,
aged 72. He leaves with bis wife, eight
children. He had resided in Davenport a
great many years, with the exception of
the last IS months, and for a long time
drove the mail hack between that city and
LeClaire. The funeral was held this
afternoon with interment at Davenport
Mrs. Emma Kimball, wife of A. Kim
fa ill. first vice president of the Rock Isl
and road, died at her home in Davenport
at 2 o'clock this morning of heart failure,
the result of the grip. She wa s born in
Divenport Oct. 9. 1S49. being the
daughter of the late R M. Prettyman,
and married Mr. Kimball in 187 J. S'ie
leaves with her husband, three children.
The funeral will be held at 2 p. m. to
morrow. The funeral of the late Julge i:ant at
Davenport Saturday was largely attend
ed. Ilev. A. M. Judy, of the Unitarian
church, conducted the ceremonies. The
pill bearers were Capt. W. L. Clark. Is
rael Hall, Capt. T. J. Robinson, John E.
Henry. D.N. Richardson, Abner David
son, John C. Bills and E. E. Cook.
Handsome floral offerings were sent to
the house by friends, an elegant spray of
roses bearing a card which read, "Tender
recollections and sympathy of the Scott
county bar." and another tribute bearing
the card of the Rock Island connty bar.
Miss C. Haas, who has purchased Miss
Petersen's millinery establishment has
returned from Chicago where she pur
chased the finest line of millinery goods
ever seen in this section of the country.
The store has been nicely decorated and
repainted and everything made ready for
a large stock. Mis9 Haas has had ex
perience for about ten years as milliner
in one of the largest wholesale houses in
Chicago and comes well recommended.
She invites the ladies of this yicinity to
call and see her fine display of goods and
all should bear in mind that the prices
Illinois Depar:ment Encampment, O. A. B.
Decatur. 111.. April 8-10. 1891. For
abotetheC, B & Q. will sell tickets
from points in Illinois, April 7-10, inclu
sive, at one fare for the round trip, good
returning up to and including April 11,
1891. Good connection is made both go
ing and returning.
H. D. Mack. D. P. A.
A ?ieaiiSK S.n.e
Of health and strengtn renewed and of
ease and comfort fo'lows the U9e of Sy
rup of Figs, as it acts in harmony with
nature to effectually cleanse the system
when costive or bilious. For Bale in 50j
andfl bottleB by all leading druggists.
Salvation Oil is repeating its cures of
neuralgia, rheumatism, neadacbe and
toothache every day, until they have be
come monotonous. Price 25 cts.
The Western Settler'eChoaen Specific
With every advance of emigration into the far
west, a new demand is created for Honetter's
Stomach Bitters. Kewlv peopled reion are fre
quently lose iuluhrious than older settled locali
ties, on account of the miaema which rises from re
cently cleared land, particularly alon the bank, of
rivers that are subject to freshets. The agricul
tural or mining emigrant soon learns, when he doe.
not already know, tb at the Bittere afford the only
sure protection against malaria, and those disor
ders of the stomach, liver and bowels, to which
climate changes, expo sure, and unaccustomed or
unhealthy water or diet subject him. Consequent
ly, he place an estimate upon this great household
specific and preventive eommenra rate with its in
trinsic meriti, and is careful to keep on hand a ,re
storative and promoter of health so implicitly to be
relied upon in time of need.
Demieratie Cii r.i.m,..
Members of t be democratic ri v nm,
mittee are requited to meet at The Ar
GC9 office at 7 30 Mondav evenioir. March
" UE.NRY WriKELAX.
J. E. Montrce.. X,
Wednesday, March 25.
Stetson's Big Spectacular
Uncle Tom's Cabin.
THI BAKNI fr THt tLVTO HON..
DouMp Rand an.t rrh-tra r mpoMN) cf
White MTid I'olont Muk-ian.
A Pack of Genuine i Blood Honnds.
Carlo, the Biiireat Drir in the World.
Jl."WOfnerei for bin eual.
Two Topsies. headed by the Great
TwoMark Eva an.l her Ton v "Print e."
Lone star vrtrtte. African
aian.l lin I'lavrrv
ew tv.nf. w laiut-i -w Mumo, evembinir
new. A Car Ua.l of Beautiful fcenofv.
I he irret M.-amt. at cene. lott.w Pu kinir
iKiuein thefouth. Ea AcenMcn.
The grandest street parade ever given,
LvJ by the thortt an.l Tal!et Drum
.aj.r nn Earth. 1 he Hnti'lomt
Lnifi-rmn ev-r mauufactuml.
Reserve s-at sale at Haqr Hou-e 1'barmaty
nctlnefJay riirnitii:. VrchV
Prices. 2j. s.1 and 7; crns.
IS EARLY THIS YEAR.
8. CBAMPTOH & CO.,
tlesiretCK-allyour attention totbfir
EXQUISITE LINE OF
BEST AND CHEAPEST
S "Thi- on'y Taint llouf in thccity.
H. M. WALL.
BUY A BUFFALO
Wyominjr lit. It's the cominr ritv t.f TA'yr.m
in, lla waterworks, eleetrir liiht. flouring
mill. 1. ate J in the parilen tf Wyoming.
lTiKlueed the iirize potato croji et the' I'mteil
Hate id If" Irtr n;h"- ati'l further infor
mation ai'i'Iy tn
MAXN 4 THOM. Buffulo. Wyo.
It ! aaid will aell anything, this is
true In a roeure; but for Laving
qualities,- merit is tbe tent. r.xtn4v
advertising may aell anytJilnjr wberw
It la new or unknown, but after It
comes into penrral uae. It is Ju.lged
aoconlin; to it worth. The continued
aad su-vlr srTriwt!i of Nwtft's SpeciS
U tha beat evidence of iu ticellcnc.
It is moat popular where it Is best
known. ETery bottl sold, sells tea
other. Every on that takes It be
comes Its friend, and recomrrendi It
to their acquaintance.
Treatii on Blood and Skin Disease
&irr Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga
"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 dsy at lc
per word: three days at Vc per word
and one week at sc per word.
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CIlV.lOWAMIir ELUTIOX .NOilCF.
Notice - hrl y nven that on Tin-!v the
M-enth Uy of Ai-ril. tit itieritv of Km k
NiHti'I.Bnefti..nwi;i t belli for the to
irnr if!.eer to-wst:
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. rn- Vavor for I imr
ne ityt lerk rurtwti ii.nr.
OueTity Attnrney f.irtw.i vnr.
One Ai-lernmn null.. r"irt Witnll ir Hrntirv.
ine Al.li rnmn m the ev.nl Mar.1 ..'r to
one Alderman in the U:irl rrJ f,.r two
One Al.lcrmMn in tbe Fnurtb Wr.i f it two
one Alilertnan in the f ,fjh Wart for two
ne Alderman in the Mih War! f r two
me Alilertnan iu the? enth Wur.l for t wo
Twa Airtant Sii-r l ir t.-r t w j vear.
One AwM,ir f r one v .-ar
ne Colie, fr f-r one'vt-Mr.
" huh eliition wn, --n at ! orW-k in the
rnorninir ami rcntinue h-u until lii'c.it in
tbe aftemmin cf tbat ilav.
KeiriMerina- an.l iotm wH t o. ne at the
uUai votiutr fjii-e In im b wanl
h.HbnT Kni HI.Ek
t- . i . u .. . A " l"erk.
Tateil Marxh li J-.u.
ro WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
STATE OF ILLINOIS, i
Publir tji'tu- hrrrhv c rn at Vr
Tvrni.f-il, tfth. circi it - rtnlna.d ho. k l-'.aiM
comity, me h.l make ji(.irt...t f..r ao trdr f
aliico rtrlrrrt ti:aMl;imM.i ttthtt rt.me.-
tne ci.Ji r..,-n. d. fmul It.i'ja. cha.; If bt.i.-d. at. I
that he -hai. br a..tli..i r. i.i atimr ifr i.aiy. t.f
Urun.i I.Vi .atiJtdal ihr i.amr ef tlir und. rrt.rd.
Mar.ba Ilotja. rlia.l ik- ctantr J -a that br lw
ciili.ir 7tJio...,m. :br r.atuc .f Mir La lif t .y
wb.rh lianir !be raid lorlir- -ha I It af-i rttani
rallct.l ami known ; ami That .a:J ;.ante w i.l a -a a!
tbe imtl:mi make aj-jiKt at on .t ain.r.!rr..f .a
rnartd:r-;it,ean.lt"n-i,;t.i: it at the a rtitn ef
thrr twncbiiiir. n. l!-n ni :run". ! t trf. 1
f rem llo; a to Hrtv and that tLi-r h.- aqMi..r . J :
a iime bi- t.rrn tf IkrLard lot. am IlruMi
ated !h Ti t.;y-:-t ilar of Mmb.
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, . VAKIIIA If.TJA
Ji k-i.m X Hi i.-T. lc tor
GET YOUR PICTURES
Over AmiT.rat Expre .
f""Kirt -la work truunmt.nl. La.lv an.l
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
"KOHCN" & ADLER,
Removed to 219 Seventeenth 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 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 sb easy as s hand turned, and will wear twice
aa long. Every pair stamped on the sole
FOR SALE BY
I c. n. t.
j LIuN PKuCBSS
I Fat. Sept. 4. IBM.
Central Shoe Store,
1818 8econd Avenue.
Sole Agent for Rock III and.
Zlm Street Store,
8929 Fifth Avenue.
jVfl C Q NTIRE
We want yon to te the bet cortett
for the money in thla Tlcinlty.
Our "Mayflower" at 50c. Satteena
Our " No. 100"-aaatteen stripe cor
set in black on'y at 75 cents, cannot I
Two new numbers in high tutt-D'.ack.
at specially low prices.
On other lines of corsets we are es
pecially stroac. All the best staodara
makes la stock.
Special ra'ues this week la ether
New spring dress goods.
Immense assortment of black watJa.
The choicer t things go early.
Rock Island. Illinois.
CLEM ANN & SALZMANN
ARK NOW PHOWI.HO
Three Times as Large a Stock of
A ativ o-. t .noitar .r ,t,, .I n -t.t in it elij.
CLErvlANN & SALZrvlAUN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Ncs 124, 123 and 123 Sixteenth Street,
ixco&roRATxo rxnia tbb the statb law.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
EOCK ISLAND, ILL,.
Opes dai'7 from S a. ca. to 4 p. st aad Hr.ardiy weitc from u( a'cck.
FiTe per cent Interest paid oa Deposits. Moaer loaned oa Personal. Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security
X. P. E1TSOUM, Pm. T C. DINKSAXS, Vic Praa. i. 1L BCroR3. Caan.
T- L. M:icbll. I P. rWtx'.4, P. C. IVt k-ri. Jote (Vilatrk. C. f. Lrttde
J. J. BeJDrra. L. r-urve. S. W. Usr. J. M. iTord.
Jacaaua A UraT, hbiicivara.
rwW! 1 hrrm boo Ju'y a. ISJ. ad w.'J ocezi f btk. J4 rom UStix.n A VritCm
ct-tU trw back Cva'xtrtf.
This space is resered for
-C. A. JV1ECK- i
The Adams Furnishing House,
No. 13 Brady atrwt Davenr-ort.