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THE ARGUS. WEDNESDAY. MAY 1892
DONT torget us
when wanti ng
mens suits. Our
stock is the finest
COMMENCING MAY 5.
Not as good weather as we expected the cause of it; bought too many suits for the little ones,
and to send them out with a great rush, we will give you this liberal offer of
on any Kiiec pain suiib ui iuu auua hi uui nuusc. just uuujyui h, gluing yui nwic ui uic mubL biyiisn ana
best made clothing for children ever in Rock Island at 20 per cent discount, at the most desirable tb
for you to buy them, viz.: $l.oo suit, 20 per cent discount, makes it 80 cents.
In all of these styles there are a number of different patterns
and makes of goods, and please call and look at this elegant stock
of children's goods, as we have the largest stock. Everything
marked in plain figures. Underselling everybody on everything.
The only cash clothing house in Rock Island. You are not
not compelled to pay in for bad debts.
Zouave suits at 20 per cent discount.
Vestee suits at 20 per cent discount.
Jersey suits at 20 per cent discount.
3 -piece suits at 20 per cent discount.
2-piece suits at 20 per cent discount.
Double breasted suits at 20 per cent discount
Blouse suits at 20 per cent discount.
Plain kilt suits at 20 per cent discount.
2-piece kilt suits at 20 per cent discoupt.
Zouave kilt suits at 20 per cent discount.
Child's spring overcoats at 20 per cent discount.
THE LONDON, SAX & RICE;
Boots and Shoes
Twentieth St., Rock Island-
All goods marked in plain fig.
nres, which, will convince
yon that they are the
TO THE AFFLICTED!
ey 4 Wtaypaj-bUrfei to quacks whfn the beat
Jm medical treatmett can be had for reason,
i J ablepriresof The Pern Chemical Co-p?
li pared from tee prescriptions or ur. ill
1 v Vawa) iucu Dhvuiciarj of world-wide repute
I J . jrvnilUG 11 Cat aallerinit from Semlna'
fr f I UUHU KLI1 and Nervous Uebtllty
Laiawaar Loee of Memory, Despondency, etc.
Atrit Indiscretions or other causes: also
MIDDLE-AGED MEN Inadranceof thelryears, K vX
DPT and Bladder troubles, etc, will find our Method
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OX TreaUuena DUO, wruiin iiu vi1 u.
CCIilUlt D1CT1IICC Experienceproyestiiatln
atMIRM. rAollLLLO. ternal medicine atoM will
. noLcnreme rxveaiimenia. ir. inntm.
twbo hasKii. special attention to these
idlseasea torniif rears, prescribes Semi-
nal Pastilles wbicb act directly apun the
I d tseased organs, and restore Tiror better
I than Stomach Medicines, as they are not
changed bythegaatrtcjulceand require ao
change of dietorintemipUoninbusiness.
HOME TREATMENT to
dieting from (3.00 to f 16.00, used with gu
faillruz anncess for oyer th i rt r rear" L. Tff
Williams' prlrate practice. Gire them a trial
tOCPITIP Hn 01 fortbeKMDeysandBladderctrrJf
CI LUillU rlU.UI recent case In one to four 1ajr
SERINE EUTRPPHIC VSZSKZiSlZ'Z:
Jali r write for Catalogue and ttifmi,- lUUin bete
Dot suiUcir others. Addre
THK PERU CHCaiCAl CO..
Or (iave Unmmr Hsbll, fMttf vety Cart
by m4wm Utort.t.c Or. Hal acta'
It ft nadnfarniirad a a powdar, which aaa or fftvp
iv a (laas of beer, a enp of eoffae or lu, or a focrfl,
wufcout th knowlada- oft ha patient. It is abadSotalr
)mro.ias, and wtU effeet a ptmaptot sad spaadj
rura, wasthar the panant fta a moderate drinker or
aCooholti wreaa. at haa been giwrnrt ir 'botiaatida
of oivtWi aiad in ererr intapo r perfe-n fu baa fol
l.iwd It aever Falia The mjwtmm onee inpraaToat
rd witb the ')peeifle,it oeoomea an utter impoasabtlity
for U.a Uou'ir appetite to axlat.
MaJ9i fJBriFfr fO ftol riajpiletfh,
4" pC bnoh of twrUoulrs fke. To be had of
For sale by afar shall Fisher and T n.Tho-
'ImramKi tHUiant trmcaBavranoT foffaeafcia. Re
mores el! pimplc-2teokles and uiiwloratlotia For
sale by all Ant-clsas drna rrns, or mailed for M eta.
6t t GEO. P.
IwsrArra Asmmivs Btoeao 10 BpraM
tsiBf sootrsoU may
la nwM w-
AtU 28. mael Nyouiit to Andrew
Lind part out lot S. Waterman't Place
add. lloline. f400.
W Hurst et J to R W Wadsworth,
lot 1. block 2. and lot 1. block 8, Fair-
mount add. Molioe, f 1,100.
Peb r Sommer to Daniel Corken. tl
lot 11. and lot 12, DC Dotj's block.Rock
Y K C A of Rock Island to Simon
Poefaliaan, lot 86. South Kock Island,
30 E B Knox to J K Groom, part lot
1, blo( k 26, Old Town of Moline, $3,000.
M J Black man to Florence Murphy,
part It 1 2, block A, Griffith & Co's. addi
tion to Moline. $200.
Charles E Whit to Frank T Phares, lot
8, blot k 3, Smith &, White's addition to
Moline Heights, f 300.
Elizabeth A Anderson to August Ro
loff, outlo; 1, Candee Grove, $4 500
Cyrus L Willis mi ta Ship Silvia, Jr. i
e m( 5, 17, le, $3 450.
Ma j 2 Anton Deiseuro h to Nicholas
Imbof. lot 4. block 4. Bailey Davenport'a
Second add, Rock Island, $1,275.
John J Maasen to August Steiner, lot
4, blcck 1, Daebelliehn'i add, Moline,
Joseph Hunloon to B A McBride, part
lots 6 and 7, Huntoon'i add, Moline f 450.
S W Odell to J K Groom, w 38 feet lot
8. block 7, Edwards' Second add. Moline,
Gusiaf Frjxell to J K Groom, put out
lot 45. assessor's plat of 1861, $1,700.
A W Wadsworth to J K Groom, lot 2,
block t. South Moline. f 1.700.
Albt rt Suidlilz to John Wolfrom, lot 4
bl: ck fi. Bailey Davenport's addition to
Rock Island. $600.
May 2 U S A to Hirman Walker, e
sei 2. IS, 2a, and net ni eel tl. 18 3i.
U S A to Hiram Walker, wj sei 2, 18.
U B A to Hiram Walker, sw J nej 2.
U 8 A to Hiram Walker, e aw l,18.2e.
April 29 Estate of John Nelson,
Proof of notice to creditors filed, Inven
tory filed and approved.
Adoption of Carl Herman Peterson.
Consent of lather filed Order of adop
tion iwned to Carl H Seidel and Eliza
beth Seidel and name of child changed to
Carl Human Seidel.
Estate of John Holland Proof of
death filed. Will presented for probate.
Estate of Jarr.es W. Kslley. Inventory,
appraisement bill and widow's award filed
Esuts ef Amanda Bibcock. Claim of
Kate B .con allowed at $40 50.
30 Guardianship of Elmer Reed.
Guardian's report filed and approved.
Guardianship of minor heirs of D. W.
Fairman Guardian's report filed and
To Toing Mothers
who are for tqe first time to undergo
woman' severest trial, we offer you, not
the stupor caused by chloroform, with
rick of c eatb for vourself or your dearly
loved tnd longed-for offspring, but
"Motbei's Friend." a remedy weich will,
if used ss directed, invariably alleviate
the pain i, horrors and ri?ka of labor, and
often en .ire! j do away with them. Sold
by Hartx & Bahnsen.
The conflict between the weather and spring cloak and hat needs is about over, and in order to era?
those who wish to prepare for the change in advance of actual requirements, we offer this week ;
following new and stylish goods at exceedingly low prices:
CLOAKS, REEFERS, JACKETS,
Trimmed or plain, in black, tan and grey, at $2, $250, $1.25, $4.50, $4.90. $5.2J to $24.
Trimmed or plain, in black tan and grey, at $2.75, $4.75, $5.50, $6.25, $9.75 to SJ9.
In black, tan and grey mixtures, at $5, $7.50, $9, $12, to $33.
100 dozen straw hats, new shapes, 15, 20, 25c. 36 dozen wreaths
50 dozen American beauties at - 10c. 24 dozen extra fine wreaths at
t3f300 new and stylish trimmed hats at a great bargain. Ladies in need of anything in oar
11.1 IO U.I. 3
line should not fail to atteou
114 West Second Street, Davenport.
Horst von Koeck'itz,
Fourth Ave. and S3d St
A complete line of drugs and fancy articles always on hand.
Prescriptions a Specialty.
1803 Second Avenue.
Proprietor of the Brady Street
AjI kioda of Cat Flower constantly on hand.
Green Honaei Flower Store
One block north of Ceatral Park, the largest la la. aoa Brady Btieei, SMtaporVIowft.
OLD GUARD HAND-MADE
Only S2.50 Per Gallon
J. T. DIXQJNT
And Dealer in Mens' Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenu
C. J. W. SCHREINEB,
Contractor and Builds
1121 and 11 Fourth Tenne. Beeldence 11 Fourth
Puna ud pedflcatkwn fnrnlihed on all claaaeg of work : aleo fe"t o f et
,pwT sudlii Blind, aouethicf new. yllh and deilrable .