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THE ABGtUB. MONDAY; SEPTEMBER- 7, 1891
Li; 'lc",n -s-ted one aay wo
dTyst c per word
M-tr wo per ord.
,:ee " -ted" and local "weip-
nns Tiding three lines in
:-; 0,1 in the DAILY ARGUS
;----womn at noue
'l ,.J rii.rd avenue.
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i TED-,i:'lry or en'"011 !
V . .n,cial inducements now.
tfp'j T';'! 1 "-0" ;iur",;rll,len
--"7r7oTwn. chat'el roort(rafre.
SV T' 1 .,i. i.w-lry. and allarticles
ii,i4 Second avenue. -tf
Tu i will a'.esmen to take orders
P fnit "a ornamental trees.
.fir.." f c- "
" . -e required.
n.lr inri half. In
tern"-, I'1 Pttr oen:. dia
,.r niie-hilf with order.
Ai rRED Cons. MO .Myrtle
AND AGENTS If
. ceil ranvs.MT. m-ic
'"' h',-cj 'i lr.n. Exper ei ced men
s . i .ii : n w beginners moke
. i.ttlr nnaieno;u article
"i-rd fur particul ir. sm-
B 'l cinciunai , ' .
,; E." Box OR WAHDROU
,, -f,..-t !runs:e by day and a pet-
t ,,: v.m hi P"t away as much
:::r-.-t a in the average ward-
tr.ref -irtirli't for the price of
'--t:r (or pack'nif or Biipin2.
ui w;fe f the celebrated
j.V'OTH'ie are verv nice.
In :). SI.: ram-, $13, SU;
;'-":k tir-cate'.le. 55. . Al-
.odsmi Mvrtle avenue. Brook-11
cation Over !
OTDTflM P. Pn
iiMBil 1U11 OC UU.
r!'. ' U:t- aiicLtioti- to t'eir stock
:-t.r:i.- of all kind?, including
' Goods at Low Rates-
'ld fur Ca-h or on Marcin
1 ors,Mn frani.lco. Phil-
i-. .iric! Brciki-r".
.? 'A,1'?. AY- E YORK.
-jto:,(J sv: d fur circular.
:ela.-?;,r tme-tned ana wen
vumjiniei be roilowlni7
l-ompany of N. Y.
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I Iu'L.:: Milwaukee, Wie
r-18th St-.6Qd Second ATe
WCK ISLAND, ILL.
;'ri. t; r,M Cwnpaalaa
S PROMPTLY PAID.
THE PDliLlC SCHOOLS.
Imporiast MiM-ctal M.k.u. ....
- vu wa ng
Board Matnrdnj ChaBS, m the ty
tm ef School Reaaeis Xade-Bllla
The board of education held a snecitl
meeting at tbe rooms of the association
aaiuraay afternoon at 4 o'clock at the
or w. Durham and W. B. Fer
gurson. There were present all the
members except Dr. C. C. Carter. Dr.
Bernhardt wa elected president nro
tern, and W. B. Fergurson clerk pro tern.
ine teachers cemmittee reported that
iss Dolly of building No. 3 would not
s present for duty for two montha
that Constance Muloik had been secured
Oa motion of Captain Durham a prop-
ition from the American Book com.
p&ny was accepted setting forth that in
consideration of tbe board adopting
drnes ew National Readers, now in
use, that during the first 60 days after
the beginning of the introduction the
same would be furnished in exchange tor
the above named books now in the bands
the pubils at even exchange, book for
book of correspon ding gtade, and agree-
ig further to furnish, free of cost, anv
pupils who ate not able to purchase
boobs, the superintendent to be
udge to wbcm books shall be
furnished, agreeing also to take from the
booksellers of Reck Island all salable
stock that they may have hand on of the
books here in use and furnish the new
stock in exchange dollar for dollar, and
paying all express charges in mikinc the
exchange. The American B jok Company
uarantees that the superior stvle of
binding and type of the books proposed
shall be maintained, and Rock Island
shall hve the bent fit of any reduction in
tbe price of the books.
Oa motion the committee on purchase
if supplies was authorized to purchase
the necessary desks for calisthenics and it
also ordered that a 6 foot tight board
fence be put on the east and south side
of school lot No. 6.
Rills were allow d as follows:
Rnrk TftlRnd flaa Pnmnftnr fill ntnla-
R Crampton & Co., t23; fc. H. Guyer,'
11 1 . n n . .
cju; tienrv uaris bons, y 25; si.
Yerbury,4; Weytrbauser & Denkmann,
44 60; T. H. Thor.ias. $17, Rock Island
iumner uompany, 504 o; j. r. ottsker,
58.fiS: Hartz .fc Rskhnsf-n fiS- Rnr.
lingtoa Furniture Company, 116.80;
MepDen u uonnor, 5 ya au; s. ts. tien-
drpn. T4 a.1- W A fVimatprl r.fi-
Sievers & Anderson, $352.75.
The board then aJiourned. The action
of the board in the matter of readers was
somewhat sudden and has created con
siderable surprise. It looks as if one firm
had simply scored a sound "knock out"
(earse Saradxes Xew Hotel.
George A. Bavade, proprietor of the
Tivoli ample room of this city, is now
a'so the proprietor of the new Metropoli
tan hotel, corner of Front and Main
streets, Davenport. This hotel has
lately been refurnisaed, and is now one
of tbe neatest hole.? in the three citiet!
It will hereafter te conducted on the
European plan. The sample room in
connection has also been furnished with
elaborate fixtures, where all kinds of
liquid refreshments will be strved. Mr.
Savadge has also proyided a well stocked
reading room, which will be an attractive
feature and everythiag has been arranged
lor tbe entertainment or tlrst-class pa
A Young Wife'a I)ev t on.
The Jacksonville Journal -jtys tbe fol
lowing tribute to the wife f the late
Arthur Stevens, whose funeral occurred
in Rock Island a week af. in connec
tion with an extendel obkuary notice of
"As principal of the high school at
Council Bluffs, Ijv be became ac
quainted with Miss Nellie Ruth Hayes,
one of his teacbert, in whom, as Mrs.
Stevens, tbe people (f Jacksonville, haye
seen during the last four weeks so much
to love and honor. In the early part of
tbe season, while confined to his bed.hav
icg been taken suddenly ill at Storm
Lake, Iowa, they Wire married, and no
union was ever blesst d with more noble,
UDBtlfish devotion; tie patient endurance
under severe and hopeless suffering has
been equaled only ty the constant, ten
der, self sacrificing cre of his wife. The
sympathy ofall will o with Mrs. Stevens
to her home in Rock Island; and "AU
who believe in 8 Section that hopes and
endures and is patient." "All who be
lieve in the beauty ard strength of wom
an's devotion will honor her eyen as she
has honored her noble husband."
To-nlgbt' Blryrl& Parade.
Between 30 and 40 ladies and gentle
men have signified tboir intention of tak
ing part in the bicycle parade this evens
ing. It will form at tbe head of Twentieth
street at 7:30 o'clock and every lady end
gentleman bicyclist in the city is invited
to be present and take part in the parade.
The Bridse on Carnival Night.
Rock Islaxd Arsenal, Rock Ilaxd,
IU , Sept. 4. No peron will be allowed
to remain upen the Reck Inland bridge on
The Davenport ecd of the bridge will
be closed, but anyone wishing to cross
over to Rock Island will be allowed to do
so, but they will be compelled to keep
moving and will not be allowed to loiter.
This precaution is tak:n as a means of
safety. Respectfully, etc..
M. W. Lyon.
Capt. of Ord. Com'd'g.
Music all week at the London.
Smoke Public Demand nio-r. fitrirtlv
hand made, long Havanna filler; five cents
J. E. Montrose, Manager.
FRIDAY EVE., SEPT. 11th.
Engagement of the greateot Dla'.ect Comedy
produced in year.,
National Swedish Quartette from
Seat' on ale t Harper Houe Pharmacy Wed
nesday, 9th. Prices 5, 50 and 75 centa.
Fict Eead&cbeacd relieve all the troubles f&cf
flect to a biliout state of the system, such &M
Pizziness, hauea. Drowsiness, Dintresa sites
C&tiug. tarn in the SUa, ic. While their most
taaiAXjtfcVl success hss been shown in ciirtiig ,
Hcaclache, Carter's little Liver TfflB sre
equally valuable in Constipation, curing and pre
Tenting this an no vine: complaint, while they also
liver and regulate the bowels. Ten if the; only
03 E A
' Buffer from this distressing coniilauit; but f orta
sately theirp .xxinoss does noend herend thoa
Trhocncetrythemwill find rbese little pUlsv&Ui
sble In so many ways that they will not be wil
ling to do Without them. But after aUsick heac
flstbetaoe of no many Uvea that hers is whera
Tre make onr great boast. Our pills cure it whiio
Others do not.
Carter'a Little Liver PiUs are rery email and
Very easy to take. One or two pills make dose.
They are strictly vegetable ana do not gripe or
jvurpe, bntlT Uieir gentle acuon please all who
use them. In vialsat 25 cents; five for $L Sold
by druggists everywhere, or sent by mail.
CARTER MEDICINE CO.. New York.
SMALL PU L. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICf
: Shirt Factory :
"We are now prepared to take
your measure and make
Prices as Low ae the Lowest.
Also all kinds of
1609 Second Avenue, Rock Island.
Over Looeley's Crockery store.
MISS KATE BYRNES.
' Straw Braids.
Laces, 'V eilings. Gilt Trimmings,
Jet and Gilt Ornaments,
1709 Second avenue,
HAS DECIDED TO. SELL OUT HI3
On that Account Our whole Stock of
Mi Hats anfi
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Has to be Disposed of
AT ANY PRICE.
Worth of Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing
To be Bought for
115 and 117 West Second Street, DAVENPORT, IA.
School Days Are Now upon Us!
CARSE & CO.
Have received the most complete and solid
line of School Shoes that has ever been
seen in Rock Island.
THEY ARE SOLID LEATHER.
No Shoddy. Price in reach of every Person.
We know what hard usage a child gives a Shoe.
We have tried to meet the demand for a good
Prices to suit every person.
CARSE & CO.
1622 Second Avenue
2 fcl MEDICATED
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Tmr-arts ft f-niiiant traniftr-Q. y to tttefitm. He.
nioi ail (iiitpte. frwk if aimI til oiora lion. For
taJftiy mii urt-vuf&ru?wti, orixuuJtxl (urtOcta
tZ MUC M l.I L . 1 .3 ti. It' V., V, t
Mf f on 11 am
yewararem Aias.iMno bckbaw u pnwe
J. T. DIXOJNT,
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue
f mt), where adter-
I sinf eontraet xahf
I I aw it is