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yres.b vegetables at May's
ew millinery at McCabe Bros.
Fresh esss at Schaab & Wolter3.
j. Gr-ibam, of Rockford. is at th) Har
Satv.pson nana fionua oranges at
Will Gray returned to Chicago last
Lieut. Schwatka and wife went t Chi-
Pon t forget the grand masquerade ball
t Armory hall Saturday evening.
Wanted A boy to do general work
bout a place. Enquire at this offl:e.
Remarkable lively. The dress goods
in J calico departments at McCabe Bros.
Sltsre. John Schafer, Jr., and D. A.
Kularkey, of Port Byron, were in the city
Arsdnal Council 171,National Union.will
bold a special meeting of particular int-
"First come, first served" on those
fancy shirting prints at 2Jc per yard
while they last at McCabe Bros.
Ii is said the craze for office in our
country is based on ignorance, but wise
dxd play billiards at Harper house.
Mrs. Georgianna Bixby is again at her
pct at the telephone exchange after a
tvtre illness with pneumonia.
X. C. McFarran, route agent of the
V . S Express company, with headquar
ters at i"'.. Paul, was in the city yesh rday.
The public meeticg to consider the
early and Sunday closing movemetts is
to te L ld at Harper's theatre this even-
Tboaaas Re dy, assistant ticket agtnt at
the C, R I. & P., is sick and Agent
Plucitrer is working day and nigLt in
Hut all this is nothing. If he were a
Uppy man ai.il life a succtss, he would
spend his evenings at Harper house
Mrs. J. H. Chandler has just returned
home from a four weeks visit' to her
laughter, Mrs. William O. Schmidt, of
McCale Bros are having the greatest
boom of the season, on those fchirtmg
prists at cents, and genuine Iodigo
tluis at 4 cents per yard.
Mrs. Louis May has returned frota her
visit to Washington, Iowa. She was ac
companied by her neices Misses Elsie and
Ptari Klein, wbe wiil visit in the city.
Eister opening of pattern hats and
bonnets and E ister novelties, at Mrs.
9-eenawalt's. Wednesday and Thunday,
M&rh 25 and 6. All are invited.
The electric street cars will not be run.
ning March 27, but the Barcmm of all
shows will be at Harper's theatre that
evening, and prices way down in the mud.
Rock Island's future never looked so
bright as at present, no houses to rent,
hotels full. What shaU we do with the
over-flow? Come to Harper's theatre
Friday night and learn.
Balance of those 2J cent drees goods
art being closed out this week at McCabe
Bros., also another case of those f incy
shirting prints just received; all go at
!ii cents a yard.
W. W. Stafford, it now appears, is a
!a'k horse for collector. Stafford says
that Hasselquist got there lor the ne:nin
a;ion last year without formally anno aac
eg himself and he proposes to do so this
Tbe New York Symphony club will
ive a grand musical entertainment a: the
Baptist church Thursday evening, and
press and people everywhere speak in
highest commendation of the club at 1 its
varied and refined entertainment.
Mrs. Engdahl, of Port Byron, was
buried Saturday, having died suddenly
tte previous day of the grip. She was
C3 years old and leaves four sons, John,
Charles, Peter and Andrew. The latter
resides in Montana, the latter three in
The Apollodelphian club, of Reynolds,
baB arranged to present the comedy en
titled "Breach of Promise Case of McFil
Ean vs. Ohlenschlager," at the Rey
nolds rick, Saturday evening. April 4.
There will be an excellent caste and a fine
evening's enjoyment is promised.
The Moline Republican was so'd last
evening to E. L. Eastman, proprietor of
Journal, and Rev. J. H. C. Reed, and
'bis evening the paper will appear from
Republican office under the caption of
publican-Journal. E. L. Eistman 19
be business manager, J. F. Zideker,
'e of Grand Island, Neb., editor.
The double funeral of Mr. and Mrs.
j''in Moore, of Coe township, occurred
Sunday with interment at Rose Hill, in
Sums township. The roads were so bad
tat hearses had to be abandoned and
lTo wagons were used. Both caskets
ere deposited in the same grave. 14r.
Moore was CI and Mrs. Moore 53.
fr- L. Cunkle writes to Tele Ames
ffom Harrisburg that the statement made
fore the Rock Island Improvement as
sociation that he wanted the south shore
wter Power at Milan preserved and gcar
n'ed to him and $80,000 for the piiy
1,eges desired by the government, is in
correct. Mr. Cunkle, it is gratifying to
Dw, is not disposed to pot any obfta
ties in the way of the Hennepin canal.
The donations to the Relief society for
Uje month of February were as follows:
Clothing, Mesdames A. C. Dart, Jen trie
Bfer, Alvec Hall, A. McCandless. Fred
Wejerhauser, L. Mixter, Ferguson, Sin
net, f 8; Mrs. Webber. $5; a friend, shoes;
f 4 25 M. & K.; groceries.one sack of flour,
one can of oysters, ont-half pound tea.
C.C. Truesdale; grocries, Miss Weyer
hauser and Mrs. Ferguson. Clothing'was
sent in by differed ones for the Dakota
sufferers, estimated to be worth $173.
Mrs. Justina Liedtka, who resided with
her son, J. II. Liedtka, at 1713 Third
avenue, died at 10 o'clock last night at
Cable, where she had been attending
some grandchildren who are sick at that
place. She was C) years of age and had
been sick only a few days, having !ft
this city last Thursday. She had been a
widow a number of years, her husband
having died in Germany. She leaves
eight children, five sons and three daugh
ters. DayiJ. who resides at Grand Isl
and, Neb., Charles, of Cable, Julius and
Anna, of Trinidad. Col., Fred, of Pueblo,
Col., and John, Teresea and Mrs.
William Kroeeer, of this city. The re
mains will be brought to this city for interment.
rpri FnrtirM and Other froMal
Affair Last KvrBiae.
Yesterday was the forty-third birthday
anniversary of Julius Junge and eight of
his friends, to-wit: John Ohlweiler, Capt.
Robert Koebler, Gustave Stengel, A. II.
Liitt. Marcus Dt'j;ns. Otto Hnber,
August Kruse and Hrnry Gsisler, called
at b;s home on Twenty-ttiird street last
evening and presented him wita an ele
nant silver water set, Capt. Koehler do
ing the honors in the presentation speech,
to which the recipient pleasantly replied.
Afterward three tables were occupied
with games of scart. A fine supper was
served in season and all enjoyed the oc
A very pleasant surprise was given
John Stroehle and wife at their home.
1300 Fifth-and-a-half avenue, by Poca
hontas Council, N ). 5. I. O. R. M., last
evenine. About 40 were present and en
joyed a fine supper served by the ladies
of the Council. The following is a list
of those present :
Messrs . and Mrsdainoe .
UiUlcusopf 1 flnsswonh
Owens o:t m
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mixter
tained a number of their friends pleas
antly la-t eveticg.
Illinois Deoartmeni Encampment, 0. A. B.
Decatur. 111.. Apr 1 8-10. For
aboteiheC., B & Q will sell tickets
from points in Illinois, April 7-10, inclu
sive, at one fare for the round trip, good
retnrcicg up to and Including April 11,
If 91. Good connection is made both go
ing and returning.
U. D. Mack. D. P. A.
A Pieaimg Sent
Of health and Ftreniu renewed ani of
ease an1 comfort fo lowg the use of Sy
rup of Fitr. as it acts in harmony with
nature to effe.tually cleanoe the system
when costive or bilious. For sale in 50c
and 1 bottles by all leading druggists.
"Put me in my little bed." the said. "I
can stand this cold no longer." 'Oil
don't," said the wise man. "sit up in your
last new dress and take a dose of D: .
Bull's Cough Syrup.
Tns Wtitern SMiier'sChsten Specific.
With every adunce ct emigration into llie far
we-t. a new dtmand 1t created for Ilonettcr's
Stomarb Bittr!". Ke Iv ptojili-d rccione arefre
quentlylesi fa"iuhr:ou than tldtr settled locali
ties, on account of tbe iu'ama which riseslromre
cent'y cleared land, particularly alone the liunks of
rivers that are febject tj freftets. The acricul
tnralorntining emigrant noon learnt", when be does
tot already know, t at tfce Bitters aTord the only
snrt- protection a'!iinft unt aria, and tho-e disor
dete of the Mnma'cti, livr and bowc', to wbith
climate chansree. exposure, and nnacens omed or
nnbealthy water or diet turject him. 'onfequent
ly. he places an estimate upon this rcat household
t'pecific and preventive comniensorate with its in
trinsic rm-rit, and is careful to keep on hand a rr
storativr and promoter of health so implicitly to be
r-li"t upon in time of need.
A $15,000 Policy
Costs with us $20 a year;
Smaller one for $13.
PROMPT PAYMEKT OF CLAIMS A SPECIALTY
From our last Annual Report.
Totalclaims in proceof adjustment f s"3 03
Total claims due and unpaid WORK
Total claim rejit-ted NNK
ASSETS $:.! Si
Claims paid in 1HW.... D0.U14 40
The ripht party can secure special tetms if he
applies lu seteoc. ,
y W. D. CHASE. Pec-y.
MiNrricTTRtRs' Geneva, S. .
ACriPENT IslNITT CO.
STATE OK ILLINOIS, I
Kock Island Couktt, I
In tbe Circuit Court, Way Term. 1891 .
Peter Fries vs Michael fichnessler and Wihiam
iicbneeler In Chancery.
Affidavit of non-residence of the defendants,
Michael Scbueasler and William tchncsslcr hav
ing been filed in tbe clerk's office of the circuit
court of said couaty, notice Is therefore berebT
given to tbe paid noD-reiident dclendants that tbe
complainant filed his bill of complaint in baid court
on the chancery aide thereof on the 24th day of
March 181, and that thereupon a summons issued
ont of said court, wherein said suit Is now pend
ing, returnable on the first Monday in the month
of May next aits by law required. .....
how, unless you, the non-resident defendants
bore-named, Michael Schueseler and William
Schnessler, shall personally be and appear before
said circuit court, on the first day of the next term
thereof, to be holden at Rock Island in and for the
said county, on tbe first Monday In May next,
and plead, answer or demur to the sa d complain
ant's bill of camplaint, the same and thejm at
terB and thing therein charged and stated will be
taken a corfessed and decree entered against
too according to tbe prayer of said bill.
O EOKGfi W. GAMBLE, Clerk.
Sock Island. Ill . March l'h. IBM.
THE ARQTJB. TUESDAY. MAltCtl 24. 1891.
New York Symphony Club.
Thursday March 26th. 1891
Ticlietona'eatKicbnry S ns and at the
J. E. Montrose.
Friday, March 27.
Stetson's Big Spectacular
Uncle Tom's Cabin.
me Bi;si or theb all 30 rxorLC.
Di'Utile Paml anl Orchestra cmposttl cf
hite and Colored Musicians.
A Pack of Genuine IBlood Hounds.
CariK.theBiirirest Vcr in the World,
cflerttl for his jual.
Two Topsies, headed by the Great
TwoMarks. Eva ami her I'onv "Prince."
Lone Mar tuarti'ttp. Atrleaa
Manl lin Havers.
XcwSonps.w ianif.New Music. over-lbinir
new, A Car lad of Beautiful ?ceii fv.
The jrreat stvHmli at xvnr. Cotton 1'iikinir
llouicin the outh. Eva's Ascension.
The grandest street parade ever given.
Led by the Shortest nn-1 Tallest Drum
Majors on Karth. 1 ho Ilandsnmi st
L'nifonus ever manufactured.
Reserve st-at sale at Martyr House Pharmacy
Wednesday luiirnins:. V arch 85.
Prices, 35 aud 00cen:s.
Fiieze and Ceiling
We have arranged with thebrsl TatH r Hanrer
and Pamters in the c ity to take charge of our work.
Satisfactory results can be re!ied on.
R. CRAIPTON & CO.
J3 insy e fonnl on
CO C Utli. I'.
.iwrpacra Avra-nsiso Prtitan 00 P?rnc
r treeij, woere marer
t voir rotitneta may
I uiau lot it lit
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOHSr & ADLER,
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street
Pattern Hats and Bonnets,
and Easter Novelties.
All Ladies are cordially invited.
MRS. P. GREEMAVJ ALT
1704 SECOND AVENUE,
NOTHING LIKE ITI
Wood ia thicker ihu water,
nd muat be kt j.t pure to
Inaure giHHl health.
Swirr'a brrnric ia nafurfa rmedy
for this purjH.se
It never U. failn Himnte the imruf
tie aad build up the perioral hea'Jt.
There la only one Swift'a Specific,
and there is nothing like it
Be aure and pet the penuioe.
Treatise'im Llotnl and Skin Mrriim
The Swift f-v-iTie Co.. Atlanta, G
"Situations wanted"' and local -Hln
wants not exceeding three lines in
serted one week in the DAILY ARGUS
TTTANTEr A cod Bin f..r dinlr? room and
w c&iu-er Work.atft. Jarur. Hot. 1.
WANTKD A r.md pirl for nur-e; cL'ialrr at
S.'K Tfr.ly t".rl rert. SI
NUKLY KlM i-HaU hlKM rOli TU
W' mrn t hT Twentieth trrt
Bl SlNEsS t'iiK AI E-jiiah f..r Udi.s rt
-i" !- iTii: Sliijer dav for :0. troudiiiir
worth f p... Aiwr or call at rwm :..
hilf kt r b..M k, i'avct.Mrt. Iowa
WANTEil-i.ni r.in i Mil rnii
stnail c-jhimI It hun'lie rare inteiif ion
Ec i- u'.' h. . i.o i..!.l:.u : mi f(p... n:
no n k: va:',y crri-d: ra:U t.oi.; raiijr
easily "old. .( in; - ire : tl ) a dty. Jl.n
week.;oi)a tt.oi.tt.. :..(i je atf : rail or ad -dr-Uui,iio.,
S.ieri.ia street, Kt
lat.d. 17 m
CnY-10V.SHII ELECTION 0iICr.
Notir Is h"rol.v (riven that oi Tu-Ir tb
eetith lar .f Aj.ril. 1-1. in thet ltv of '! k
ls)nnl.neie-ti.n wi;l v heid lor tlii- follow
ing orliivrs t-wit:
'n' Mayor tor two v-ars.
n-f it :-rk for two -ar.
m-C'ity Attorney luriwu year
nv A'.!rniati in th H!rt wanifor twov-ar.
cine AMiTinun in the frtvon.l Wanl for two
one A Klenuan In th.-Third Wanl f. r two
One Aiderman in tin- Fourth Wurd for two
one Alderman iu the Fifth Wanl for two
one Alderman in the t-ixth Wanl fr two
ne Alderman in the Seventh Ward for two
Two Assistant suervi rs f,.r twj ear.
one AMiorf r one year
ne ( oUcet .r f. Tone') ear.
M hivh ele ti.in win U- -d at 5 ncK k in the
morninir and c. ntinue ejK-n until ; o'c.otk in
the afternMn f that .lav.
Keiristerinir and vtm'tr will l d.-ne at tbe
asuai votuiir places in each wanl
ity auu Towu Clerk.
Tatcd Mureh 14 IC.M .
BEST AND CHEAPEST
( t Tbr only I'tanl Uous io tleeiV .
H. M. W.AT.Ti.
GET YOUR PICTURES
Over America! Express oflir-.
First -elas work jruaranteed. Lady and
gentleman ok rator.
Da e 0 NTIRE
We want yoa to see the best corsets
for the money in this Ticinlty.
Our "Mayflower at 50c- Satteens
Our "No. 100-asatteen stripe cor
set in black only at 75 cents, cannot be
Two new numbers in high t ust
Hock Island. Illinois.
Three Times as Large a Stock of
i.,o:L r rioii'ar erL:.fLtunt .o tte C.1J.
CLEAHN & SALZMANN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
Ana Ncs 124, 120 and 12S Sixteenth Street,
1500&TO&ATZD TCXDU TBS TH1 STATS LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
BOCK ISLAND, ILL.,
Ope liiy troa la.a.top.aaod f-nnr&Mj eTeai&ft froca T v Se'cck.
Five per cent interest paid on Deposits. Moner loaned on Personal. Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security
K. P. &KTN9LD4. Fm. F C. DXXKM AXS. TleeJW J. JL. BCTORD, Cm41c.
P. L. Mttcboll. X P. TLeraoli T. C. Dnk.n. Jobs OsbMrt. c. r. Lr4.
Jooi A UrifT, Solicitor.
This space is
The Adams Furnishing House,
o. Z22 BraJy
at specially low prices
On other lines of corsets we are es
pecially strong. All the best standard
makes in stock.
Special ra'ues this week la ether
New spring dress goods.
Immense assortment of black wash
The choicert things go early.
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