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TELE AB6U& FJRIDAY, JULY 31. 1891.
TO KEEP STEP
We are willing you should ttke advantage
of the season's
"Woven Wire Springs worth $ 2.50 for (j J
Cotton Top Mattresses " 4.00 " 3 00
An Antique Bedstead " f,00 " r) Cj
Baby Carriage " 10.00 " 7 00
Refrigerators, very "best " 1J.00 " 12 QO
A fine Side Board " 20 00 " 5 00
And many other bargains to select
Cash or Credit
at Spot Cash Prices.
CHAS. A. MECK,
322 Brady Street, Davenport, la.
Wo close at 6 :30 except Saturday evenings.
AKD DKALKB IN
Wrought and Cast Iron and Lead Pipe
Hose, Packing, Sewer and Drain Tile.
Steam and Gas Fixtures.
WBest work at fair prices. Estimates furnished.
Office and shop 219 If th St. Telephone 1133.
CHAS. W. TERBURT, Manager.
Hock Island, 111.
INCORPORATED UNDER THIS 8TATB LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
ROOK ISLAND, ILL.,
Open daily from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m., and Setuxday evening f rom 1 to 8 o'clock.
Five per cent interest paid on Deposits. Money loaned on Personal, Col
lateral, or Real Estate Securi-.y
S. P. BKYSOLDsJ. Pres. F C. DKNKMANN, Vice-Prea. J. X. BUFOED, Cashier.
P. L. Mitchell, B P. Reynolds, F. C. Denlcmann. John Crurjaujjta. H.P.Hull,
Phil Mitchell, L. Simon. B. W. Hurst, J. H. Baford.
Jackson Huut, Solicitors.
W Will beein business J aly 8, 1890, and will occupy banking room with Mitchell Lynda
until new bank ia completed.
J. B. ZIMMER,
THE WELL KNOWN
Stab Block, Opposite Harpik IIotss:.
has purchased for the
Spring and Summer of 1891,
A largerand liner stock fhan ever. These goods will arrive in a tew days. Wait and see them.
Manufacturer of all kinds of
BOOTS AND SHOES
Gents' Fine Shoes a specialty. Repairing done neatly and promptly .
A share of your patronage respectfully solicited.
1618 Second Avenue, Roek Island, III.
Proprietor of the Brady Street
IE 0 S E IES "5T
. All kinds of Cut Flowers constantly on hand.
Green Houses Flower Store-
One block north of Central Park, the largest in Ia. 304 Brady Street, Davenport,Iowa.
jpen for the Season,
(molike avenue) Joe Huber's Garden,
A magnificent place for picnics, parties, ;tc.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
Shop corner Twenty-second street and Ninth avenue. Besidence 2935
Thirteenth avenue. '
a prepared to make estimate ard do all kinds of earpenter work. Give him a trial.
the wonderful remedv
ia aiilri with a writ.
ea trauaraiaitM to eon all nervosa illseasee. such as Weak Memory,
AXJBBUI Drain u-ci, ncuovuv. naitlUI HU,ljni MRnDWIQ. imkuiiv Ami.
KinA. Nervousness. Lassitude. alldratna At d Inaa nf nnaarnr thn IHiMMtlM
Organs In either sex caused by over exert on, youthful errors, or excessive
i nseoi tooacco, opiu m ursbimuianu wdici soon lead to innnnuv. vonsump
; tlun and Insanity. Put up convenient to Curry In vest pocket, 91 per pack-
' IMhT fnitll'. 6 for tS. With eTerrlillHflrifP Mm ll ifmlf.n nwl..inlu tri r-m
aaroaa jo arm uaura. refund Uu money. Circular free. Addreat Serve tteexi Co., Chieaurw, 1U.
For sale ia Rock island by Hani & B&hnsen. 3d i-ve. and 20th street.
GENTLEMEN OF THE JURY
Who are to Serve at the September
Term of Court.
The Cirrntt Clerk Draws Two 1'anela
IV hen They are to Report fir
Two punels of jurors have been drawn
by Circuit Clerk Gamble to report at the
September term of the Circuit court.
They are :
FIRST PANEL, TO REPORT SEPT. 14
Andalusia Sherman Mosher.
Bowlinp Henrv Bl.keley.
Black Hawk Fred Jenkins. J. D.
Cordova Reily Gilpin.
Canoe Creek Alrin Farber.
Coe J. J. HcConnell.
Drury Thomas Walsoo.
Edeington Nathan Cutler.
Mohrje Axel Lysell. Frank Young,
George Heck. C C. 8tudlay,A. P. Erirk
son, Charles Hepburn, D. M. Pringle, W.
Eberline. J. A. Sward, H. Knudsen.
Port Byron John Schafer, Jr.
Rock Island Wallace Bender. John
Scherer, Joseph Lewis, W. Stafford,
Sherman Pinkley. C. A. Rose, W. A.
Porter, H. 8. Warner, S. P. Johnson, L.
Rural G. R. McCandlePS.
South Rock Island Charles Xewberg,
South Moline John Loding. John
Zima Robert Whiteside.
SECOND PANEL TO REPORT SEPT. 23.
Andalusia Andrew Finlev.
Buffalo Prairie Thomas Fisher, A. J.
Bowling-S F. Moffit.
Black Hawk Charles B'.asar, .
Coal Valley Andrew Grear.
Cordova A. Bigelow.
Canoe Creek .1. A. Liphardt,
Walker, Patrick Buckley.
Drurv Albert Keller, G. W.
8. W. Spirbler.
Eigington W. McEotire,
Hampton Henrv Frells.
Moline A. P. Carlson, P. B.
eon, J. K. Groom, S. L. Jones,
Jonps, Jrhn S. L'ndquit.
Rock Island W. L.Gilmore, G. Weiss,
W. Evers, J. F. Rosenfield, H. A. Kling,
J. M. Vo!k, Willard Baker. J. A. John
son, Georjre Archer.
Rural W. X. Killitg
South Moline G. Hatson, S. Suman,
rSoelalilON. .'onrrrt nl Other I,lea
ant O.-rarimn Ln-it Kvenins
The 1 n sociable given at the resi-
dence of Gen. W. A.Schmiit.in ivlgewotd
park, last evening, for the benefit cf
young Mr. Knox, who is aoon to enter
mission fields abroad, was well attended,
and proved a most enjoyable affair. The
lawns were prettily decorated and a'.l
were pleasantly entertained.
The missionary tea given at the resi
dence of W. P. Quajle, on Thirteenth
avenue yesterday afternoon for the ben
efit of the South Park chapel proved a
success in every way. Between 75 and
100 people called.
Prof. Otto's concert at Hincher s gar
den last evening was as usual, well at
tended, and in every way entertaining.
The Knights and Ladies of Honor had
a pleasant evening at Huber's garden on
Moline avenue last evening.
A large crowd attended the opening of
Prospect park last evening and although
the Moline Central street car company did
all in its power to arccnimodste the public
the cars were found wholly inade
quate to carry all who attended as the
company has but one trailer. It. how
ever was lighted by electricity. The park
was brilliantly illuminated and the amuse
ments consisted of roller coasting, danc
ing, fireworks and music.
29 Eliza M Each et al, scj, sej, 25.19,
W 8 Goodell to P Deyoe. part of lot 7.
blcok 8, Thomas' addition to Moline,
F W Gould to C J Ahlforth. lots 3, 4,
13 and 13, block 1. Etst Moline. $300.
E D Sweeney. William Jackson and T
J Robinson to Swan Petersen, lot 14,
block 1, Sweeney & Jackson's third au
dition to Moline, $250.
29 Enate of Fred Bubbers Admin
istrator's report and resignation filed; re
Estate of Donald Buttet In the mat
ter of the petition of administratrix to sell
real estate to pay debts; proot of service
adult defendants called and defaulted; 8,
W. Odell adpointed guardian adlitum for
minor defendants; answer filed; bond
filed and approved; hearing and oidsr of
An exchange makes this suggestive ob
servation: Keep your eye on the newspaper, acd
see which of the merchants want your
custom acd are snfficiently courteous to
invite you to cell. There' is much more
in advertising than you may think. It
is not only to tell of his goods that a man
advertises, but it is to invite the people
who read the thinking, the intelligent
to pay him a visit, and judge for them
selves as to the quality and price of what
he offers for sale. Peop'e read the ad
vertisements. Don't make any mistake
about that. They are just as much int
erested in knowing where to buy to an
advantage as the advertiser is in selling
Advertlsea Lilot Ks. 9
List of letters uncalled for at the Postofflce al
Kock island, Koct Island county. Illinois
July 31. 181:
Bayless T P Holmes D F Rev
Bean Enoch Honsel Wm C
Corne l Mia; Delia Meadly Mrs Bessie
Frayser A J Owens Herbert
UuWAED WELLS. P. If .
Ai Imaaeese rnd-rtaattnaj The Ini
tiatory Step of the AKistsas fol
The Herculean task of building up an
educational center here by the raising of
Augustana college to the rank and eclipe
of a university ts going forward in ealrn
es. It is not mere talk by any means'.
The University association is continu
ally absorbing new strength and new
enthusiasm. The success of the univer
sity scheme interests not only one but all
three of the tri-cities not only the
SwedishiAmericaos but people of ail na
tionalities who believe in higher educa
tion for their own and others' children
and at the same time are interested heart
and soul in making this a great city, not
only great in population, but great in ed
ucational attainments, which is more
desirable than mere area, numbers
or dollars and cents. The
first step to be taken is the
erection of a magnificent building for a
university auditorium with a seating ca
pacity of at least 5.000. This structure
will be followed by seyeral such as the
law school, the medical school, the
school of philosophy, and others. The
cost of these buildings will range from
$25,000 to $100. 000.
The soliciting committee, of which G.
T. Lovegran is the chairman, is doing
excellent work, though it Das but just
begun, you might say. The wealthiest
of our citizens will be given an oppor
tunity to take shares in the association
first and it is desired that all of our
moneyed men will help a cause that is
entirely worthy of their aid, not only ft r
the direct aid itself, but for help
it will be in tnabling the
ssirciation to secure ou'side support.
It is the well matured pUn of the movers
in the enterprise to make a general can
vas of the entire western country and tor
this reason it is very important that the
citizens of Moline, Davenport and Rock
Island should show their confidence in
the enterprise by liberal subscription of
It is proposed when the college re
opens on September 2 to present each
student who has joined the L'niversity
association with souvenir membership
certificates which are now being engraved
and printed. This will be made the oc
casion for appropriate ceremonies.
The immense auditorium wr.l afford a
splendid opportunity for the bringing of
the most noted lecturers of the country
each year, and rqodel th course some
what after the plan of the school st
Chautauqua. Moline Republican-Jour
Commencing tomorrow, Junes J. La
Velle, for sometime connected with The
Argus in a reportorial capacity, wi'd take
charge of the circulation of the paper,
managing the carrier seevice, etc. Mr.
La Vcl'e win give speciul atteution to the
city delivery, and in order that the serv
ice may be made as perfect as possible,
subscribers are urgently requested to
send all complaints to him, and he will
see that auy irregularities are promptly
rectified. Mr. La Velle will go armed
with a note book, as-visual, and will
"flash" it whenever occasion demands.
What is more attractive than a pretty
face with a tresfl. bright complexion f For
it, use Pozzoni's Powder.
J. S. Darrali,
The Hustling Twelfth Street
Is provided with every
thing good to eat for
a Sunday Dinner
Delicious home grown raspber
And everything good in home
A tine assortment of coffees and
Fine French sardines, best
Genuine imported Lucca oil
from Leghorn, Italy.
Potted ham in cans.
Potted ox tongue in cans.
Fine canned Oregon salmon,
just the thing for cold lunch.
Armour and Gilmore ham.
Extra family breakfast bacon.
Fresh Is id eggs.
Dried beef in hunks for slicing.
Armour extract beef.
Canned corn beef.
Spring chickens dressed to
YOUR TRADE IS SOLICITED
J. S. DARRAH,
For Sale, Rent, Exchange and Miscel
laneous wants inserted one day at lc
per word; three days at Ho per word
and one week at Mc per word.
"Situations wanted'' and local "Help"
wants not exceeding three lines in
serted one week in the DAILY ARGUS
ANTED At the Rock Islind Hou?e, a yard
ANTg Snrse e rl at 112T Second avenue-
apply then at once. 24 lw
A VTF nTvrn trnftti rv1nrir nrcil fPilra at
the Plowman. Moline, at once. ii
WANT "D Permanent office assistant; ta'
arySTM; railway fare paid; enclose se f-
addressed stamped envelope. Manager, Box .132,
MONEY TO LOAN On chattel mortgages,
watches, diamond. Jewelry, and all articles
of value. J. W. Junes, ItiH Second avenue. S-tf
WANTED An agent or canvasser in hooks;
lady preferred; t 0 to fan per month. Ad
dress or cali on "a." -itiib Eighth avenue. 99 3t
WANTBD - A few good salesmen to take orders
for a full line of fruit and ornamental tree,
small fruits. roe. shrub, etc. No experience
ntctrsaary. Reference required GOOD PAY.
Adure.t H. P. FKEBMAM A CO., RocmsTEu,
M. I. JU!V 13
. Estate of Sarah B i v,'
The utidersiCT-ri, hav12
I oho. late of tiie county of i,,1::i'-i jV
appear before the c"-n - , "'' tf-",.'
county, at the office of trie .V',? h
the city cf Rock UUvi t' '
..... liri .HUllURVln -!. ... I
notified and reque--a ,., ... ' ;
lu rati! estate are ri',rn-'v . A.
payment to the under- ,.i ' BWt
1 HL Mil'
J. T. O'Connor anrt i!3rrv ' . 5
dissolved by mutual con,-,.
by the above firm will be iwi. ", ' '-v
who will hereafter cm, "iJ-.-( 'v
hve t ",;:-.. "
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-- jvumv ..... s ,ne o-im-ni r,.r
Inir. hna vntnnr..- . , r "t .
mi:ls Located in the er2' . S 1
Produced the urt, ,J,.K,r,J'n ' t t -1 1
Stales in 18). kiit mii au; f '
mation apply to 1
"ANN & T,M. B. .
A. J. SMITH
r ?vsi wMt t&mA
Tiles and Gratis
A. J. SMITH & SW,
123, 123 W. Th:r l
THE POSITIVE CURE. yd.
sxii-x liwi i:tii oi wairan e, rew votk. mcecocts.
THE MOLINE WAGON.
THE MOLINE WAGON Cft
atWM'ltfl""l''leru ii j, h , ,i , I, , juM.il la.jajj
Maaulacturers oi FARM. SPRING and FREIGHT Wtf
A rail and complete lie. of PLATFORM aod other fi?rs Wapme, fpeclaily kH"
Western trade of superior workmanship and 6ih. Illnitrated Price Ut fr
opiuvaoa. tna VUUNS ' AN before purehar-M.
A complete st.jta '
Pipe, Brass Goods. PacteS
Hose, Fire Brick, Etc
Sole Agents for
nFAN stfam PUMPS and
- I w I bl (III .
SIRHT FFFn I URRICA1UH
we guarantee every one perrec. . . . . rt.
Twenty day's trial, to respuLsii1"--
8afety HeaUng Boilers and CtracM
furnishing and laying Water, M
Telephone Hesidence 1
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOHN & ADLBB'
: Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street "