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THE ABGUS, TUESDAY, MAY 2,
pine apples at
Vrl pier if Sutcliffe's.
Hammocks at the Columbia.
Sutcliffe's fr your wall paper.
Cfrrsets cheap at the Columbia
Kew designs in organs at Bowlbv's
Pino,njid organs for rent at Bowl
Bit's. , ' '
J5ew scale Kimball pianos at Bowl
Nice fresh dairv butter at Hess
See StitclifTe's new invoice of fancy
Crash in prices on granite
"Uok out for the granite ware sale
al the Columbia.
Xtw stylos in ianus. Call anil sec
tbi-m at Bowl by "s.
"SutelitTe: Sute!i!Ye'.s is th
tft get your wall paper.
special oargains m pianos ami or
jns tliis week at Bowlbv's.
AT. Ci, Bauman. of Clinton
iie city yesterday on biisinc:
Hon. C. 11. Foster, of St. Paul, is
3D the city visiting with friends.
J lie cheapest place m the citv to
finy your wall paper is at SutelitTe V
Lettuce, onions, radishes, spinage
rarrots and pie plant at Hess Bros'
.ivuvvourwau iawr ani gel ine
best and largest selection at George
Pleasant to take, absolutely pure.
tt a harmful ingredient in Monroe's
Tonic. IVetors prescribe it try it
Marshall & Fisher.
incro Mill he a business meeting
on the. loung Men s Christian asso
ciation at 7:45 o'clock this evening.
A pood attendance is desired.
Mrs. T. J. Buford has gone to Fort
Hi ley. Kan., in response to a nies
sae announcing the iiliu ss of her
laughter. Mrs Lieut. J. F. Bell.
It is to your interest to lmv your
rall paper where you can get the
iast selection at the lowest prices:
the place to do that is at Sutcli lie's.
Another brightly painted motor
r for this side of tin- river was
&rcught over from Davenport by the
street railway company this morii
ang. "William Young entered upon his
3nties as inspector of pavement on
2wer Fourth avenue this morning
obedient to Mayor Medill's instruc
tions. Jndge Adams has entered judg
ment against all property upon
wiueh the taxes have not been paid,
and such property ill be sold on
A. C. Dart received, this morning
irom a friend at Cook's Teak, X. M.,
a valuable relic of ante-civilization
days in the way of an Astez battle
xx, with all the original carvings.
Plans are being discussed by a
onple of gentlemen for the erection
t a hotel building on Seventeenth
street. If the project is begun a
iamlsome building will be erected,
Tlie new tank ear for the Tri-City
Electric sprinklers arrived last night
stii J is being unloaded in the-i."
yards. The motors are in Davenport
and the outtit will be running in a
For rent In the new block I am
about to erect adjoining the Y. M. C.
A I have left a room about 30JO on
ibe seeiuid tloor and a room fiOxOK on
tie third iloor which will lie planned
lo f-nit parties desiring to lease it if
taken at once Monroe Kohn.
Aid. Knox, in rumaging through
an old desk yesterday belonging to
Ms father, the late C. B. Knox, came
across an ojd Mexican silver coin of
4he date of 1852. It is less than half
ilie size of a silver five cent piece and
5t is thought would be quite valuable
to an odd cin collector.
The entertainment given by the
ladies Auxiliary of the Y. M. C. A.,
last evening, was a pleasing one in
every particular, and was en joyed by
a large number of people. The pro
gramme carried out was intensely in
seresting and the affair was a finan
cial success as well.
Ios. L. Haas, who is a member of
tie legislative board of the ('rand
Lodge ofvthe A. O. V. YV., left this
morning for Freeport. where the
Grand Lodge meets. Dr. Bernhardi
went as a delegate from (lermania
Jodge, No. (, John Kussell from No
lle lodge. No. 1. and Howard McCuI
kugh from the lodge at Milan.
Charles Reynolds was appointed
city marshal of the town of Milan by
ihe town council last evening. Ilfs
duties are somewhat onerous and in
clude, in addition to his police ser
ice, those of health and scavenger,
as well as sidewalk and crossing
eleaner and city janitor, and all for
the magnificent salary of $40 a
William llinck, yesterday, sold his
grocery business, at the corner of
Seventh avenue and Fourteenth and-
..hif strot,. to his sons. William
Rind- -lr. an d Ben Rinck. The new-
proprietors have been associated with
their father a number of years and
bein"- acquainted with the business
in all its details are ampiy .pianut-u
to conduct it successfully. Both
vminir men are hustlers and will aim
in nirit, the natronaire of all their
old customers and many new ones.
Sunt. Schnitc-er. of the Daven oort
& Rock Island Railway company
started a force of men this morning
to put in a curve connecting the
Tor and Third avenue lines at
Seventeenth street anil Third avenue,
but the work had scarcely commenced
when Aid. Dauber complained to the
mayor that the change would involve
violations of ordinances with refer
ence to the running of the bridge
line cars, and the mayor ordered the
work to cease pending an examina
tion of the ordinances. Supt.
Sihnitger claims that the company
merely seeks to improve its service,
and that the bridge line will not be
affected by the putting in of the
curve, which the company has a per
fect right to do under the ordinances.
The men were withdrawn by Mr.
Schnitvr until tomorrow morning.
when Mavor Medill will give him his
:. W. D. (ioodner to Eliza Curtis,
lots 4 and 5. Reynolds, 1,S00.
C. A. Leyda to K. P. Cobb, el lot 7,
block .?. M. A. Rodman s sub div.,
Rock Island. $1,100.
F. C. Fude, et al, by master, to
Henrv Haupt, lot 5. block 11, Bailey
Davenport's Fourth add, Roek Island
29 J. M. Montgomery to Elnora
(JotT, lot 38. South Rock Island
A. W. Wav to H. F. Wehrend. lots
19 and 20. block 5. S. W. Wheelock':
idd.. Moline. $1,4"0.50,
Jacob Schillinger to Susan Mur
raw e ."t teet lot in. mock .'. Kiuicy
& Bovk-'s add.. Rock Island. $1.15o.
Hannah Wills, et al. to Milton Buf
11111. lots 1 and 4. block 141. Andalu-
"S J. K. Little et al bv commis
sioner to R. A. Doi aldson. si sw 2
and nwl ne
nw! 31. 1G. 4w. !Sl.s:0.
Donaldson to Charlotte Bn
, wj 27. It?. 4w. part sej 11 w J
nw! 3 4. It?. 4w.
and nw nej ami ne
0 E. F. Arcularius by heirs to
Ellen M. Rathbun. tract by metes
;iud hounds nw! frl! 33. IS, lw, $1
Elizabeth Dunlan to Ben C. Dun-
lap, tract bv metes and bounds ne
10. 17, 2w. $1.
A. F. Drurv to A. R. Drury, se
nw 9. 18. le, $1,200.
21 Guardianship of Elmer Reede
bond of Lizzie Keede tiled anil ap
proved and letters issued to her.
Afraid Tf lTis'iLiu'inple.
Old Captain P of the regulars
was inspecting the prisoners at a
San Francisco post one morning nd
found one of his old veterans w io
had a weakness for liquor in tae
line. "Well, McGuire," said the cap
tain, "back again; are you? Now,
why don't you drink like a gentle
man and keep out of trouble. Drink
like I do." "Ah, shure, sir," replied
McGuire, "if I drank like the cap
tain, I would have been dead these 10
years." San Francisco Argonaut.
Worse and Worse.
Minks Mj- wife no sooner reaches
Florida before the doctor there or
ders her north, and as quick as Ehe
gets home our doctor here orders her
back to Florida.
Jinks Hum 1 I see how it is. The
railroad combine has consolidated
with the doctors' trust. New York
A Minute Boring Machine.
The smallest holes pierced by mod
ern machinery are a thousandth part
of an inch in diameter. They are bored
through sapphires, rubies and dia
monds by a machine invented by one
John Wennstrom, which makes 22,
000 revolutions a minute. New York
"One of the London medical jour
nals wants all doctors to wear a dis
tinguishing style of hat," said Dr.
"I suppose that is for the safety of
the public," suggested Wagg. Har
Botti Kindi of Ics.
In addition to an abundant supply
of pure channel ice, the Rock Island
Ice company has arranged to supply
the trade with artificial ice where
such is wanted. This ice is manu
factured in Davenport from artesian
water and after Apri 1 the Rock
Island Ice company will be prepared
to furnish it as the exclusive agency
in Rock Island. There will be very
little difference in price, the artificial
article a trifle higher. Telephone
Tbip only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder, No Ammonia; No Alum.
-Ueed in Millions or Homes 40 Hears the Standard.
Four Hour Sale From 8
The following for Wednesday with
"Dress Goods" 20 per cent dis
count from the already very low
prices on all wool and part wool dress
goods in plain colors and faney nov
elties, bvery tlay this week.
"Crash"' All linen crash 10 and
12ie quality at 8gc a yd.
Table linen''' 50 and 55c linens
go at 39c per j-d.
"Napkins" German linen, large
size napkins at $l.o per dozen
"Bradcnburgs'" A beautiful wasli
fabric, value 19c, at 13e per yard.
"Lace Curtain" Worth up to $2
at $1.33 per pair.
Lace Curtains" Worth up to $.3
at $3.(!9 per pair.
Stockings" Ladies' fast blaek
hose, at 5c per pair.
"Men s Shirts" Cotton serge and
very desirable at 45c each.
"Men's Silk Shirts" 2 and $2.50
silk shirts, at. $1.25 each.
Satteens" Our 2fe quality sat
teens, colored and black at 15c pel
Haknkd. IVksel & Von Mai k.
a loxg rnocsssw.v
of diseases stnrt from a torpiil liver and im
pure blood. lr. Tierce's Uolden Medical Dis
covery cures everv one of them. It prevents
them. too. Take it, as you ought, when you
feel the first svniptoms (lanmior, loss of ap
petite, dullness, depression ) and you'll save
yourselt trom soineiumg serious.
In building up needed flesh and strength,
and to purify an.1 enrich the blood, nothing
can equal the " Discovery." It inviporates
the liver and kid:'.rys. promotes all the bodily
functions, and form? back hrcilth and vigor.
For Dyspepsia, "Liver Complaint," Bilious
ness, and all S rof,iiei;s, Skin, and Scalp Dis
eases, it is the only remedy l!at's rruaranteed
to benefit er cure," in ever" case, or the money
Atiotit Catarrh. No matter what you've
tried and found waiirir.p:, you can bo cured
w ith Dr. suite's Cau.r'. u KlnieJy. The pro
prietors of tb:u i.ied:ei:u agree to euro you,
or they'll pay you oi!0 ia cash.
t- HE YOU IN NEEDS'
Want a cook
Want a part nor
Want a situation ,
Want to reut rooms
Want a servant g:tl
Want to cll a farm
Want to oell a honsc
Want to excharpc an)thinp
Want te fell honschold goods
Want to make any real estate loans
Want to sell or trade feranythinc
Want to find customers for anything
USK THESE COLUMNS.
rHB DAILY AKQUS DELIVERED ATY'OUB
cioor erery ereDing for ltc per week. ,
WASTED MAN OF SOME BUSINESS Ex
perience who is thoroughly familiar with city
to manvge Real Estate office 'Soester & Martin.
FOR SALE CHEAP A GODD UORSE, BUUQY
and harness, if taken at once. Call at BujI
ress University, l'.ni Second avenue.
WANTED GENTLEMEN OK LADY
spents. Po:tion pennan' nt and good
pay. Address Mrs. Ida M. Seidell. Daverport.
la., branch oflice. Manager Madame Wiiv'ht'e
1TA N T E D SUCCESSFUL CANVASSER.
Wnalifled to hanrtla penorjl agency . Sa'ary
from start. Beat references require!. -iiTe
aire. Lake Ontario Nurseries, Koclutter. N. Y.
This represents the
Best Washing Mm
ON T1IK MAKKKT.
it lms more rubbing eiiiface
than an-jT oth r, works very easy
and with it thf washing of a
large family can ba turned out
bripln an- c:e:m i itwo hours.
Call ard examine the Queen of
washers. Sold only by
1815 Second Ave.
Koester & Martin
EMBROIDERIES for this week.
Lot 1 Embroideries work 1 inch to 3 inches'
patterns choice and desirable.
Lot i Embroideries work 1 inch to 3 inches
Either t.f the above lo's are usually sold for :Ur
to 4('c more.
IT 1 iniituiiiated wool pniiins for ihN i-alc:
I ot 2 H, r riett s, inch, silk Ciii.'h. co'tir-,
a rare bargain .
LT3-Dress r lannels. double fold.
Kor this sale only : bu: hoc dress pattern to a
in Serges, wido fi itn :!, i'w ills, ilixtitrcs,
mi.ti t : 1 t ,
mi ii i ii Miei i uiimv f,,r J,;
Challies, pr. ttv tv.'.--.
ii iirliatn s.. jj.,r ,'U;,;:!
Pins, per ptijn i .
Ami Let t.-i ,,. -.
Here an- t v. u
Lot 1 Erin-e t.,p .,,,,
Iti'l" 1"p :imi (,.., ; . .
slitnl.'s. I'm- t .
'5.7. PKl: ''
Lot I'rine top
Itl'l'l top :H1'1 liotl
n tire oftt'il :i -'... 1 -for
t hN sal; on!;.
Stive money ly Imi i ,? i
week will lie a 'io. t i;
ilry -xooils in tt!l l p:ut!i
1 ! s u i , ;
KEEP YOUR EYES ON
WANTED ACTIVE AGENTS, 05 to f.0
monthly made working for Crawford"?
'"Life of James ". lilaine." the oflicialiy recop
riized edition. Kle&antly i'.lue'rated Sells like
wil Ifire. liest TerTitctry. Outft; free; neud 14
cents in stamp for mailing. Adarets. The Na
tional Hook Concern, Chicago.
THE WARREN BROWN CO.
is still f arnishirg their lady customers with
VI A VI REMEDY
at S1.50 per box.
Call and investigate concerning the meiits of
th new remedy which is galuirg favor eo rapidly.
Kemember the place
Koom 15, IJittoc Block. raTenprt. corner
Third and Brady.
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the finest brands of dorcestic
and imported ciitars. All brands of tobacco.
The acore of all the ball games wi'l be received
L. GLO CKHOFF, Prop.,
1S08 Second Avenue.
If you want to save money. We are here to stay, an-l ! .
priees anl spot eash is ;oin to keep the larirai n .,oii!.t r
A larjre lot of chenille curtains at the lowest pike i
heanl of, three yards lonj anl iifty inches wiile. with I'ti:;. v
fringe on top ami bottom with rich Ia!o at bottom ami Top f
3.1)S as Ionjj as they last.
On Tuesday inorninjj we will place 5'0 ladies, belts on -a'..;
from 5 to 25c each, worth fiom loe to $1.25 each This i,
entire line of jobbers and are very cheap, this lot contaiti
canvas, leather ami beaded velvets.
Six dozen dowel tubes. No. 1 at 45c, No. 2 at 40c, and No. :)
at 35. Wash Boards 7e each. Your grocer asks from 75e to
tfl for the same goods.
Closing out our line of baby buggies at rock bottom prices.
Base balls from 5c up. Hammocks from 58c tip. Fishing
poles fiom 15c up.
F J. YOUSG, Proprietor.
1728 Second Av.
Everything in the line of 6priDg vehicles, and tlie
largest assortment of
Harness, Laprobes, Whips, Etc.,
Mason's Carriage Works
East Fourth Street.
In spite of the miserable weather our opening last Saturday
proved a marvelous success; everyone seemed delighted with the new
store, the new styles, and of course our always existing Low Prices.
It was equally gratifying to us to again greet our many friends and note so many who had actually
inconvenienced themselves in order to favor us by awaiting the opening of our New Clothing
Store; The only regret we have is that we were unable to serve all owing to the big rush. We
have therefore decided to continue the
in order that everyone may have an equal opportunity to snpply themselves with a handsome
spring outfit at a nominal cost.
Largest Clot hing and Shoe stores in Rock Island County.
Clothing Store 1729 Second Avenue, 116 to 122 Eighteenth Stre?t The Old Stand.
Shoe Store 1804 Second Avenue, Second door from Stewart & Montgomery's Hardware store.