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THE ARGUS. SATPBDAY, APBIL 23. 18i)2
"Tie Southernmost" at the theatre to
For wall paper go 10 the Adams Wall
lite a nice riJe on the electric tower
feee Dyson, ofRashrille, was in the
2j Jaat treeing.
Tttts guaranteed ia carpets at Cle
sees fe Salzmann's.
J. & (iilmore returned last night from
i trip to Chicago.
"SSL. Thomaa Mackin went to Chicago
JU sight on business.
Can will run every 20 minute on the
1rn Sine tomorrow.
"Wallpaper an endless variety at the
AJkKm Wall Paper Co.
Cb). George F.Robcnson left last night
kvCaicago on business.
A fall line of extension and center ta
jUttt 6 O. Hucksuedt's.
WU) H. Johnson left last night fo:
&cagoon a short business trip.
Tii bargain bedroom suiu are going
at a jath at Clem&nn & Salzmann's.
A ii)icious confection English Ever-
J ToCee. Rrell & Math have it.
eft-, room suites cheaper than at any
-a&r pJace, atG. O. Ha:ksueii'
4'. jour carpets at G. O. Hucksuedt's
Ik ko the largest assortment to select
-ukL.. Hamilton will lecture on the
"Wtee Czr" at Harper's theatre Mon-
Tv-a't miss the opportunity to buv
'& beggies when so cheap at G. O
Bsr&es & Summer's company conclude
iat.T week's engagement at Harper's
a: re tonight.
Qa2 and see the finest line of bedroom
as:sin the three cities at Clemaon &
Pour hundred different paterns in car
s4 at Clemacn & Salzaann's. Now is
5i use to select.
Etadquarters for furniture and carpets
I Clest&nn & Salzmann'e the largest
mock ia the three cities.
Go in and see Krell & Math's nice cen
kk eery and ice cream parlor, and try
mux fse of their specialties.
S to the Adams Wall Paper Co. and
ia your wall paper. They hare the
Vj complete stock west of Chicago.
Lieut John Byron Hamilton lectures
Harper's theatre Monday evening on
"Land of the White Czar."
Ttt most replete line of wall paper,
jurtaics and room mouldings in the three
alie at the Adams Wall Paper Co.
The largest and finest selected stock of
Ma mouldings in the three cities can
i tczii at the Adams Wall Paper Co.
IT you want a sice outing tomorrow
JkS a spin ont to the watch tower and
b the improvements in progress there.
The subject of Rev. F. W. Merrell's
tr3B tomorrow evening at the First
35. E church will be "The Beam Mote
3ut arrived Pearson's famous Eng
Isi 2verton Toffee; a delicious candy.
Xre'.l & Math are sole agents for Rock
lhnA. Try it.
A reward of f 2 will be paid for the re
hn si any information concerning a
.fcsaie pug dog lost by J. F Schneider,
'5 5 Fourth avenue.
Lied. John Byron Hamilton, the
'fta.-venr and scholar, will deliver his lec-
tet at Harper's theatre Moiiday evening
a -Toe Land of the White Czar."
the adv. of the Adams Wall Paper
2U m this paper. It is the largest .wall
-ci house in the three cities, and is
xk:ed to fill jour ordirj on short
2uIa J. Bailey, the brother of Tim
Jfeiiy, whose fun.ral the latter left yes
frikj to attend, dkd from the tffecU of
Ijing hit with a brick by a companion
ii'e in a fight sear his home in St.
At the Firet Baptist church tomorrow
art sing the subject will be the "Last
Aw:le or the Gispel of Live and Fire"
oee of a series of talks on the lost
tihics or the bialc.
Tot Sale Fruit bearing orchards in
jolhern California, $3 per acre ca?h, f 4
a&athly instalments. For particulars
stress W. S. Ha l. 6.20 Corn Exchange,
3f :snespolis, Minn.
Tied Scbuck has been promoted to the
yuiin of mail carrier while Charles
Schneider has been enlisted as substitute
aajner. Mr. Schuck takes the route
fipr&erly in charge of Carrier Smith.
A petition ia in circulation on the
a?te formerly carried by Mail Carrier
3- B.Smith praying for his reinstatement
t ttt hands of the posloffice department.
lit tetition is being numerously signed.
Try Everton Tofiee if you want some
2;r tew in candy. It is put up in five
cent packages, also In pound and half
pounl tins, neatly labeled. Krell &
Math are the only confectioners who
Msyor McConochie returned today
from Jacksonville and reports that every
thing pertaining to the J. S E. road is
just aa represented by Mr. Henry, who
has been looking after the interests of
the company here for several months.
Several hundred children of the city are
enjoj ing a free matinee performance of
-Litte Lord Fauntleroj" at Harper's
theat-e this afternoon, which baa been
generously tendered them by Manager
Gu it Krehblel has arrived from the east
to Ul e charge of Clcmann & Salzmana's
upholstering department. He ia thor
otighly posted on his business, ' and will
prove a valuable acquisition for this en
Mr. and Mrs. William McEniry leave
tonight for Cbatsworth, Livingston
county, where Mrs. McEniry will visit
with lier sister, Mr. McEairy going on to
8prin;Seld to attend the democratic
riioolaa Kuhnen, of Davenport, died
last night aged 64. He was one of the
rx8t known and most extensive i
manufacturers in the west, having bee
in Datenport 6ince 1854 He leaves
son and three daughters.
Don t fail to call at the Adams Wall
Paper Company's and make your eelec
tioc in wall paper before purchasing
elsewhire. They are the only house in
the thrse cities who hare a complete
Rev. S A. Perrine, under appointment
as a a issionarv to so to the Telupn
will sptak at the First Baptist church to
morrow morning. The Telun Mission
oss moie than repeated the wonders of
the day of Pentecost.
Fred Alters yesterday finishedhanging
a sign f or the Bijou cigar store that is as
handsome a piece of sign writing as is us.
ually se n. It is very creditable to Mr.
Alters artistic skill and a handsome orn
ament to the front it adorns.
a missionary conference I of the
churchet of the Rock Island Baptist aasov
cialion v. ill be held in the First Baptist
church. Moline, Apiil 26 and 27. An
excellent programme has been prepared
1 . L - ... .
uu me meeung wui oe one of great in-
tere t. First session at 7:30 n. m. TWe.
Jay the 16tb.
At the meeting of the vestry of Trinity
church last evening at the rectory. Judge
Adams was re-elected clerk land n. V.
Hall wan ihosen treasurer. Arrange
menu were also mde whereby two vio
ids win ie aaaea ror the music for tte
Sunday evening services regularly here
The last entertainment ia the Rock Isl
and Lsctire association course will be
the concert by the L-ta3 Glee club, of
Boston, aisistel by Miss Minnie Marshall,
reader, at Hrper'a theatre next Thurs
uay, ipni zs. Knserve3 setts 50 and
5 cents at Harper house pWmaoylTues-
morning i.t 7:30.
List evening Birnes & 3iran jr's com -
puj appiarea in "ine Knch King at
Harper's theatre, giving an excellent en
tcrtainment. Tonight "The Southern
nose, sail to bs the best play in the
company' repertoire, is to be given
This afternoon "Little Lard Fauntle
roy" was given for the matinee.
Monday morning at 9 o'clock we will
nave on saecial sale oar entire stock of
lace curta.os. Oar f 25 curtains marked
down to 1 18 50, others in proportion. A
brass trimmed pole given away with
every pair of curtains purchased. The
sale will continue all of next week. We
have 30 dilerent patterns to select from
Clemanr & Sa'zmann.
OMa.na ! Rrtairw.
April 23, 29 and 30 the C, R I. & P,
Ry. will fell tickets to Omaha with
return good until June 1 at rate of one
fare for round trip on account of general
quadrennial conference of the M. E
church. F. U.Plcmmer. ticket agent.
Lieut. J. hn Byron Hamilton's lectures
were very fine In sentiment, brilliant in
execution i.nd full of instructive and at
tractive features. Besides a certain strain
ofcommon sense pervaded them from be
ginning to end, the cream of wisdom of
the old world, so to speak, which many
of our wcrthy American fellow citizens
had done well to taste. Mr. Hamilton is
a man of travel, of experience and refined
taste unadulterated by foul prejudices
Magistrate Wivill was this morning
called upor. to perform the highest func
tion of his office, uniting in marriage
William J . Livey and Miss Jennie Burke,
of Walnut, III., and it goes without say
ing that he officiated with all due dignity
and solemnity and finished it with some
good advioi to the young couple
entering th. a high estate.
Take stock in
the Columbian exposi-
Almost every one in this cli
mate has Catarrh of more or less
pronounced charac :er. indeed
the aristocracy of Berlin, io
Germany, last summer openly
debarred all Americans from
the best society on the ground
that the universal catarrh
among them gave the A merican
voice a harshness and stridency
that was very annoying to the
nerves oi the eaid aristocracy
mi a .
xms is a 8iguiar position t
take but it shows how univer
sal this catarrhal trouble is.
The best thing fur this malady
is Reid's German Cough and
Kidney cure. It sootnes th
inllamed membranes, restores
the tissues to their noimal con
dition, stops th irritation and
removes the difficulty. No mat
ter of how long standing, thi
great remedy will bring jelitf
There is no danger from an
overdose and it can b- taken as
often as is necessary. )l dm-z-
gists keep it, anl it they do not
have it, they can get it of any
Sylvan Remedy Co.,
PREPARE YODR SYSTEM
For the lassitude incident to the wane i t win
ter, and the coming of warmer weather.
Nothing does this so gently and safely
Sii-it's Sfetific. There is nothing like S S.S.
FOR THE SPRING
as it eliminates whatever poison germs which
infest the blood and renews the whole bodv
"We have had remarkable success wi:h
S. S. S. on our children. As a sprin
tonic for feeble persons it is invaluable. It
h.is cured many of the children of blood
troubles, and two of the inmates of severe
Erysipelas. L. B. Tayne,
Suft Orphans Home, Macon, Ga."
Treatise on blood and skin mailed free.
SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga.
Stoves and Ranges
1615 and 1617 Second Avenue
NO PAY UNTIL CURED.
Xoopcraton. So pain. No danger. No
d tentlon from buginets.
PILS Of RE without Dain. uie of knifn nr
cautery no aoethtic ro detention from b3s:-
DR. A. L. DE SOUGHET
The Rupture Specialist, of Chicaco.
elate wijl be at
Every MONDAY and TUESDAY
Referereea: A. E. Briitnn.40 man. imnii.
OMcej: Hen. M. Bennett. XJfli TlllnnU .vnn..
Chicago; Wm. .-chindle-, Miehtwata, Ind,: Dt.
swcetiana. Highland Park, 111.: U. G. Eddy.
lyvfcnnrt 111 ?
SOLVED THE PKOBLEM.
The inventor of the New Scale Kim
ball Piano was overjoyed when he found
what a success he bad made of it, and tte
above cut represents his feelings. Have
you examined these pianos t Do not
confound them with the old stenciled
mate, but call and see the New Scale;
they are the finest in the Ian. We have
just received a fine assortment io An
tique Oak, Bird's Eye Maple. Mahopany.
Satin. Walnut, French Walnut and Rose
Wood finish ctses. Call early and see
the finest variety ever shown in the citv
of Rock Island .
D. 07 Bowlby, 172S Seeiad Ave.
Billiard and Pool Parlors.
having 3 not fnrolrhed a fine Parlor cptaira and
eqnii pea it with two of Bruntwlck A Balke'B
finest Billiard Table , also two fine Pool
IN THE CIGAR STORE
the finest line of Imported and Domestic Cigars
and Tobacco in the market.
1808 Second avenue.
Another assortment of
"The Best" 50c undlaun
dried shirts on sale this
week; remember the price,
Have you been paying
65c or 75c for shirts? Ex
amine this wonder at 50c
and see if it is not nearly,
if not quite, as good.
We place on saV a
gain m eilk te'v-t
3oc a yard, seven Sha9 H
One bale fine brown 8h
Apron ehck gingham,. v-r,
good quality, 1
best in th- market jr;f
Heavy ribbed hos-.fat b'a k
sizes 6 to'Ji.
Is the appropriate name applied to us bv
FURNITURE and CARPETS
Largest assortment and latest styles. Inspecli
cordially invited by
CLEf.WJU h SALZMANN,
The Money Savers.
POCKET KNIVES and SCISSORS took the highest rwciaa
or qaamy. n you want a good Knife try one.
One need not be told what a nice present an ele;ant Carri-;
Set like those I have to show will be. Also those
Gold Medal Carpet Sweepers.
Every woman that keerjs honse wants one. Wrought Iron
finish Fire Sets and Irons.
Acorn Stoves and Ranges
are the leaders made in Illinois for our soft coal -and every on
gaarant-ed. These are all good things to buy at Christmas or
any other time. Come in ani see how much ! have to show yoa
that is useiol and novel in housekeeping gooi.
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
Cor. Third Ave. and Twentieth Street, Rock Waul
5.00 SU T
Tti xcelnt Qualities
Commend 1 3 public approval the Cali
fornia liquid firuit remedy Byrup of Fit's.
it U pleasing to tbe eje. and tc the taste
-nd by acting freutiy on tbe kidneys, liver
ana ooweis it cleanses ine system effprt
ually, thereby promoting tbe health and
coauort r. won use ft
Used in Millions f Homes-o Years the Standard.
Suits that are neat.
Suits that will not fade.
Suits that are free from shoddy.
Suits that will wear well.
Suits that fit well.
Suits that are well made.
Men's sizes 34 to 44 at
Positively the best suits for the price you ever saw. Sale commences Saturday, April 1 6.
silent Bargains in Ladies' Shoes. Big Bargains in Boys' S