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New millinery at McCabe Bros.
Buy your Easter gloves at Bennett's.
M. Schnell left for the east this morn
ing. Martin Renfro has gone to Chicago to
II jgh Ralston went to Ch cago this
Spring gloves at Bennett's in all the
Genuine Indigo blue prints at 4J centss
at McCabe Bros.
J. T. O'Connor went to Chicago to
day on business.
Opening See Mclntire Bros', adv,
Thursday, March 25.
Wanted Two experienced dining room
girls at the Harper bouse.
Mrs. Michael Lynch, of Thirl avenue,
is visiting friends in Chicago.
Don't forget the grand concert at the
Baptist church tomorrow even:ng.
Charles Seaton. of the Cambridga
Chronicle, was in the city last tvening.
Patrick Lynch, chief of the Ies Moines
fire department, is visiting in t&e city.
Mclntire Bros', spring opering. See
special adv. on another page, Thursday,
Easter cards, Easter booklets, Eter
eggs. Easter bonnets now open at Mc
Spring opening Mclntire Bros.,
Thursday, March 2G. special a' traction.
Dress goods s lie at McCabe Bros; those
2J cents dress serges will be closed out
Miss Blanche Manington, of Chicago,
is a guest of Miss May Culton. of
07 Second avenue.
Miss Mary Egan left for Chicago this
morning to spend the Easter tide with
friendh in that city.
Just received, a cm load of fiae exten
sion tables and bedsteads, at II F. Cor
de6, 1802 Tecond avenue.
Fancy shirting prints at 2:,'; s yard are
a great bargain. One case at McCabe
Bros. Cannot last long.
J. F. Carney, formerly ODerstor at the
C, R. I. & P.. has returned frm an ex
tended trip through the south.
Mclntire Bros.'spring openmVniU take
pl&ce Thursday, March 26. Read an
nouncements on beck pige.
W. S. Allen, deputy United btates
marshal of the eastern district f Arkan
sas, was in the city yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Guyer are receiv
ing congratulations on the arrival of a son
in their home in Edgewood part.
Mrs, J. II. Hayes and her mo.her, Mrs.
Goodman, left this morning for a weeks
sojourn in St. Loui9 visiting relatives.
A young society man who is soon to
wed, spends his evenings at tie Harper
bouse billiard room, when not with his
W. H. Catton, Rock Island's famous
billiard is t, will sail for France May 1, and
during the summer will play exhibition
games in Paris.
There will be another car load of
chamber suites in next week, which will
sell at rock bottom, at H. F. Cordes'.lS02
Mrs. W. S. Enowlton is eetious'y ill
at her home on Second avenne, so sick
that the gravest apprehensions are felt &s
to her recovery.
The postoffice site is not settl ed, but if
you will come to Harper's theatre Friday
night we will show you where the ma
jority of people would locate it.
John Stafford has given uo his po
sition in the insurance office it E. W.
Hurst with a view of accepting a place
as clerk oa the steamer F. C. A. Deak
mann. H. W. Uaislip is being mentioned as
an invinceible candidate for alderman on
the democratic ticket in the Second
ward. J. S. Darrah, the grocer, is also
being spoken of.
The democratic aldermanic nomination
in the Fourth ward will probably be
tendered to A. D. Huesing, which means
that he will be Alderman Tindall'a col
league in the city council.
Alderman Knox is doing considerable
hustling in the Fifth ward. He wants to
be reelected, but the increasiig demo
cratic vote in that ward seems t be caus
ing him considerable uneasiness.
Hon. Thomas Lambert, of Sabula, was
in the tri-cities yesterday, and closed a
contract with Eahlke Bros., of this city,
for a new ferry boat to cost 3,000, which
is to run between Sabula and Savanna.
The entertainment at the Twenty-ninth
street chapel last evening was a success
ful affair in all ways. The part taken by
Mrs. Jones and her children was, as us
ual, one of the most higbiy appreciated
Supervisor Burrall will undoubtedly be
renominated at the democratic conven
tion next Monday evening. He has made
a pains-taking and efficient member, and
if he should consent to serve again he
would be reelected by a handsome ma
jority. Capt. George Lamont has purchased
the Merrill homestead on Seventeenth
street near Sixth avenue of Dr. C. B.
Kinyon for $3,000, and will commence its
occupancy the first of the montli, moving
in from South Rock Island.
John Garvin today received a dispatch
from his wife from Nauvoo announcing
the deatfcuhcre of Mrs. Qarrin'u mother,
Mrs. Miles Ramburger, formerly of this
city. She was 49 years of age, and died
of pneumonia. The remains will arrive
in Rock Is lnd tomorrow morning.
Two of the bloodhounds belonging to
8tetson'ti Double Monster Uncle Tom's
Cabjn company, which is to exhibit at
Hirper's theatre on Friday evening, were
recently imported by manager Stetson
from Siberia, at a cost of nearly f500
One of the mules ?ised for the Rock
Island house express got away this after
noon and had a little picnic all by himself
on Second avenue and Sixteenth street.
He was finally corralled by Frank Bowman
and lfd in captivity to the stable.
G. O. Iluckstaeat has resigted his po
sition as book keeper at the People's Nas
tional bank and wiil devote himself to
his business interests in the firm of Kann
& Huckstaedt hereafter. J. E. Peetz
succeeds Mr. Huckstaedt, having been
promoted from the position of messenger
and Charles Ruge, of Milan, is appointed
The steamer. Jo Long, in charge of
Capt. Charles Twombley. arrived from
LeClaire this morning, she being the first
boat to pass through the draw this seas
on. She left this afternoon with about
25 members of the Piute club, of Dven
port, on a hunting expedition to Boston
J. W. Gordon, ux collector for Coal
Valley and brother of Sheriff Gordon, has
eclipsed all others in his showing of
money collected. Yesterday bis books
were turned in to County Collector
Campbell with a return of all except
$128 22 of the total anount charged
J. J. Wall, of Muscatine, and W.
McCullcm, of Cincinnati, are at the Rock
Island house. They are negotiating with
the Mesfrs. Negus and Lessee Gaver for
the purchase of the bouse. If they suc
ceed in acquiring it, they will carry out
Mr. Gavir's plans ( f enlarging the office
by moving the bar into the present vacant
store west of it.
The private car of President R. R.
Cable arrived at the Ptrry street depot
yesterday with President R. R. C'ble,
General Manager E. St. John. Superin
tendent of Telegrar-b A. R. Swift, Pur
chasing Agent F. A. Marsh, and Truffle
Manager W. M. Sage as pas engers, the
gentlemen eomiDg here f attend the
funeral of Mrs. Kimbill. W. M. Hobts.
train dispatcher at Cbi.-auo. came on an
other truin for the same purpose. Dav
D. Turngren, drucgist, of Omaha. N-t .
states that he tells mrre oT Dr. Ball's
Cough Syrup than of any other medicine.
The price is but 25 cents.
TH Western Sttier'aCoen Spuciflc-
With every udvuect- of (migration into ttie far
wc-t, a new demand if created for HoKtelter'8
Stomach Bitttrs. Sew y peopled regions arc fre
quent! j lese Bahihriout? thuu cider settled locali
ties, on account of the miacma which riws from re
cently cleared land, particularly alone the bants of
river that are eotiject to frefhrts. The agricnl
tnral or mining emigrant soon leaino, when te does
rot already know, tfcat the Bitters aord the only
Hire protection agaiuet ma'aria. and thoee disor
ders of the stomach, liver and bowe's, to which
climate chimpes. exposure, and nnaccus omed or
unhealthy water or diet rut ject him. Consequent
ly, be places an estimute upon this great bonsehold
specific and preventive comniensonte with its in
trinsic nieritM, and is careful to keep on hand a re
storative and promoter of heultb so implicitly to be
reliel upon in time of need.
New York SymphODy Club.
Tali- r i .
Thursday March 2th, 1891
Tic.fre!on ea'e at Kinbnry& Son's and at the
J. E- Montrose, Marker.
Friday, March 27.
Stetson's Big Spectacular
Uncle Toms Cabin.
THE BABSI M OF TUFM -LI. 30 PEOPLE.
Double Band and Orchestra composed of
White and Colored Muslclaus.
A Pack of Genuine iBlood Hounds.
Carlos, the Biiest Do in the World.
$1,000 oflered for his equal.
Two Topsies, headed by the Great
Two Marks. Eva and her Pony'Trince."
Lone Star Quartette. African
Wand Jim Players.
Kew Soncs, Kew uancw. Tsew Music, everything
new7 A Car Load of Beautiful Scenery.
The treat Steambjat scene. Cotton ricking-.
Home in the bouth. Eva's Ascension.
The grandest street parade ever given
Led by the Shortest and Tallest Drum
Majors on Earth. The Bandaomtst
Uniforms ever manufactured.
Reserve seat sale at Harper House Pharmacy
Wednesday mo rump. II arch .
Prices, stt. 36 and 50 cents.
THE ARGUS. WEDNESDAY, MAKCtl 25.
NEW COLORINGS If
Dining Rooms. S
Fiieze and Ceiling
We hsve arranged with theie. Paper Hanrer.
and Painter, in the city to take charpe of oar work.
f-Unrictorj renults can be relied on.
R. CRAMPTON &c CO.
tnY.TOWXSHIP ELECTION XOIICE.
Notice lx h?rely (riven that on Tun Mv the
M-teiith .lay of April. -191. in ihecitv of K.h k
8lHn.l. an election will te held for the follow-lngoflU-ers
One Mayor for two rears.
C ne f ity Clerk for two veara.
OneC'ity Attorney lortwo vcars.
One Alderman in the First WBrtl f..r t wove ar.
vcarT llk'rmau in the fwond Ward for two
one Alderman in th lhir.1 Ward for two
cne Al.lerman in the Fourth Ward fur two
one Alderman in the Fifth Ward for two
one Aldenunn in the Sixth Ward f,.r two
ne Alderman in the Seventh Want for two
Towspmr orrui r..
Tw- Assistant Suin rvisors f. r two years.
On Asscssir f r one year.
( no t'ollex-tnr forone'vear.
W hich election will b;..i-n nt S .Vlo k in the
morning und continue oixn until 7 o'c K k in
the aftcrniM.n c f that dav.
Kesterinir and v. tin'tr will U- done at the
usual votiutr p luces jn ward
.... ( "y Towu Clerk.
TTE OF ILLINOIS, i
Hot k ll-I.AM CofUTT i"'
In the Circuit Court. Mt Tenn. A D. lsi
Mary Huflaiaii v. Wiiliaui 11. ULtfiuau In
Affidavit of the rion-rHsi ilunr. T n ., it
fluff m&r. the ahnr.TihmH ... f . . . : . . '
filed in the office of the clerk of the circu.t court of
ru cuuuiy, nonce is mere lore herchy giren to
the aiii;non-rcideut defendant that the couiplain
ant Cledber bill of coniplaint in kkid court ou the
chancery side thereof on the Twenty fifth dav of
March, A. D. IsM, and that thereuptm a romroons
lssntd out of said court, wherein said suit i now
ltendir.fr rpttirniihlj. n ih. .1
month of May next. as u bv law required.
N ow unless you. the t-aid non-re:dent defendant
above-named, Wi 1 am U. Huffman ball irool
ly be and appe.r before said circuit court, on the
flrat day of the next term thereof, to be bolden at
Kock Island in and for the raid county. on the flm
"""J ' nrxi. ana pieao ancwer or demur
to the raid complainant's hill of complaint, the
same ana ih m r t-rm mtA thi.... . . . . . .
and stated will he taken as confessed and aae
cree entered atjainM vou accordmc to the prsrer
of the sai.i bill. T
Kock .'sl-.nd County. I'l . March 2Mb, m.
Uo. W. GAMBLE.
Jackkoh Jt DrRsTComp'.fs SoVra.
Theory iatest 1-"-
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOHN & ADLER
Removed to 219 SeTenteenth Street
and THURSDAY, u
Pattern Hats and
All Ladies are cordially invited.
MRS. P. GREECWJALT
NOTHING LIKE IT1
Blood is thicker than water,
and must be kt pt pure to
I are good health.
Sr-iKici natnree remedy
for this purpone.
It sever to faila elimnate the impaf
i and build up the peneral bea!'Ja,
There is only one .Swift's Spociflo,
and there is nothing like it
Be sure and pet the penuine.
Treatise on Ulnod and Skin Diseaeea
The Swift Sryiflr Co.. Atlanta, Oa
For Sale. Rent. Exch npnft XTa1
laneous wants inserted one day at lc
per word: three days at kc per word
and one week at !c per word.
"Situations wanted" and local -Help-wants
not exceeding three Hr.es m
serted one week in the DAILY ARGUS
TTTANTED A pood sir t"T dinirx room and
rr '"ir, ai r. jmr nut I.
WANTKD Acondrirl lor vairt; t.qu!rr at
5 ; T n: j urxt rrrt.
KKLY KLn IMIi.I) i.,M rUti Tt)
. Kent mm t h-"7 TwenMein tret
TXT ANTED A hae in .hv r-wir f,.r fami'v
" of t line Ix-rsoiis. without M 1r.M- wi.ht.l.
topay lilN-rai rent f-r suitable premises
dns W. A.T. AH.i s oflice.
. ... ......
BIS1NESS FOR At E-?ultablefor ladle or
L-ents paying $10 per !ar for JlnO. Ir.ciudjnc
worth of ponds. Atirwrr or call a! room .1,
whitfker block. 1'avccport. Iowa
WANTED Ladies and rent emeo poe-ir
small capital to bandit rare Intention
Eclipsrsallo'bi-ra; no peddlinr: no opj-,ition ;
no n k; ea.ily carried: eaaiiv rnowii; easily
easiiysnM. Sweepin ire .; f 1 1 a dav. :!
eek.$:iX)amonth. tUiyear. sute; rail or ad
dr..HEAlo., -J-.D S xieeuta street, hork 1-1-
; 17 lw
BEST AND CHEAPEST
lThenn'y rnint loiie intliecity.
H. M. WALL.
lt.Ii Third Aenue
GET YODR PICTURES
-mtt at -
Over Americai Kifrcm tftce.
e"rirt-cla'W work ruaranter-. La.ly and
re ntleman oi-rator.
APRIL 1st, 1891.
M C I NTffiE
O 0 1HL S IE HP
We want yea to tee the best corset t
far the money In this Ticlnlty.
Our "Mayflower at 50c Satteens
Our "No. 100-asatteea stripe cor
set in b'ack only at 75 cents, cannot be
Two new numbers in high t nst-B'.ack.
Rock Island. Illinois.
Three Times as
CLEMANN & SALZMANN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Ncs 14, 126 and 12S Sixteenth Street,
I5CORTO RATED C3TDKB THX THE STATE LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
BOCK ISLAND, ILL.,
Open Iroa I m. to 4 p. B, -4 6-trd.r tmitLgt from ? b I cje.
Fire per cent Interest paid on Deposits. Moner loaned oa Personal, Col
lateral, or Real Estau Security
X. P. KETSOUDS, Trm. r C Dt5IS15!l. rirm. 4. M. BCTOKQ, Clm.
P. L VnchciL X r. fUr-old. F. C. Drtkaut. Joke Ombtrt c. f . Lrbdc
J. J. Et-rr. L.. HuiKm. X. W. Hsr-t. J. M. iurd.
itcnaom A UnT, SoUcrio.
This space is resered for
-C. A. MECK-
The Adams Furnishing I louse,
yo.Zfi Enlf Tt Dat-owrt.
at specially low prices.
On other lines of corsets
wi are es-
pecially strong. All the best standard
makes in stock
Special va'ues this week in other
New spring d ress goods -
Immense assortment of black was?,
The choicer t things go early.
Large a Stock of
im':r-rii,:Lmrt Isttr city.
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