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Masquerade at Armory hall Satu-day
The West lUmbo came down from Lv.
C. A- GustafsoD, of Cable, was in the
J. II. Goodell. of Gmeseo, spent yea
nlHV in tte city.
The democrats propose to make a ( lean
sweep this spring.
Capt. Isaac Wasson, of Le Claire, spent
last Disht m the city.
IcdsIz Huber made a flying business
irip to Gjneseo yesterday.
See list of property for tale in J. E
Reedy "8 advertisement.
Pont forget the grand masquerade at
Armory hall SiturJay night.
Electric bells hung and warranted,
3..-0. Bells repaired. Address Argus
Pr. Thomas Gait is still confined to his
bed. and while slightly improved, is still
a very fcick man.
Tax C elector Fitzgerald reached his
commission of $l,50u to-day, having col
lected over $91,(K)0.
Where was Moses when the Merchant's
electric light wert out? In the Hrptr
bouse billiard room.
Caj t. O'Connor will take the sUamer
CufTrey to Mu-:catine tomjrrow on her
initial trip this season.
Sherman Tavlnr Info rrrcl , , ..r ..
j . , w .V. glCM JOIC l Hit?
Chicago College of Dental Surgery, is in
the city with a view to locating.
Eif-ter Sunday the Harper house uests
will have ths pleasure of listening to tte
Mandolin orchestra of colored music ians.
"HaDk" Harris is for McConochie for
mayor and the latter is for Harris for
street commissioner. Meantime citizens
are compelled to wade in mud ankle Jeep.
Prof. S S. Hamill will give an tlocu
tKtiary enttrtainment in the assembly
room af the High school next Tuesday
All people not affl ctei with the grip
will be at Harper's theatre Fridy nignt
Usee the Birnum of all snows: seats'
23 and 35 cents.
"Call no man happy till he is dead;"
Socrates adds "Cill no man unhappy till
be is married." But all are happy that
spend their evenings at tha Harper house
No intelligence has been received to
day of the condition of HibDard Bloore
who was shot near Buffalo yesterday
morning. His wound is regarded as
mortal, if indeed he has not already died
from the effects.
Every democrat should turn out Satur
day night and attend his ward caucus.
It is imperative that good men be chosen
for aldermen, and that suitable delagatea
be chosen to attend the city-township
D. L. Cunkle, it is authoritatively
stated, will sell out his interest in the
Rock river water power for $30,000 and
would not accept a proposition to rebuild
the water power under any conditions.
The McConochie following in the Sixth
ward is now booming Aid. Schroeder for
a nomination. They say he has trmde an
excellent alderman and should be re
elected. How magnaminous and how
truly good are these McConochie patriots!
Six more cars arrived this mornin 5 for
the electric system. Five are for the
bridge line and are painted green, and
one .which is painted the regulation color,
is for the blue line. The new cats re
provided with signs denoting their re
E. B. McKown has added ice to his
aoal and wood business, having secured
1,400 tons of clear and fine 12 inch ice.
He asks his friends to remember him,
when they wish to contract for their
reason's supply. His principal office is
with E. O. Frazer, 1903 Second avenue
Patrick Kennedy, the well known con
tractor, is the latest to be spoken of in
connection with the democratic nomina
tion for alderman in the Sixth ward.
Kennedy would have an easy time of it
with William Levey, who aspires to the
In the circuit court Mrs. Mary Huff
man has brought suit for divorce from
her husband, William Huffman, an the
ground of extreme and repeated cruelty.
The couple were married at New Lisbon,
Wie., August 8, 1890, and she alleg es that
her hiiBband has not only abused I er, but
has deserted her. Jackson & Hurst are
Rev. G. W. Gae, wife and son George,
reached home last evening from Chicago
where they attended the graduating exer
cises of the Chicago Homeopathic MedU
cal college from which Arthur Gue grad
uated with the class of '91. Dr. Gue has
been appointed assistant eurgeon at Grace
hospital at Detroit and has entered upon
A young second avenue clerk lai t night
arrayed himself in female attire atid after
calling at his own boarding bouse and
representing himself as a strange lady
seeking a place to board, he madt some
other calls on lady and gentlemen friends
and succeeded, it is said, in having: a very
pleasant time. Whether the you 3g man
is having some innocent amusement or is
doing some detective work on a rival for
some fair lady's hand is not knows.
At the meeting of the South Ro:k Isl
and mission of the Central church Tues
day night, Hears. H. H. Robb, H. S.
Ctae. C. Graham, B. Doulap, J. 3. Cle-
land and Thomas Boitmtn were appoint
ed & canvassing committee to solicit
funds for the erection of a chapel on the
two lots recently purchased for the pur
pose on Aiken street. Tee chapel will
be erected this summer.
The old office of the AiUntic brewery
is undergoing alterations preparatory to
the putting in of a new 50-ton ice ma
chine, which Mr. Wagner has recently
ordered from Milwaukee. ' The machioe
will be 15 tons heavier thin the one now
in use and differently constructed. The
business and clerical force is now' pleas
antly rnsconsed in handsome new olices
ii the bottling building.
SOCIAL "EVENTS. ,
A Marprle Par. y in Honor e.f a IVrd
1ue AnnUi rNary.
Spencer Wright and wife of 913 Fee
J ""uu i cveuiug.me occisir.n oeiog
theii fortieth wedding anniversiry. While
Mrs. Wright was engieed by some of her
friends in conversation in one part of the
room, tbe others quietly stole in and ar
ranged a bounteous spread.and when all
was in readiness invited Mrs. Wright in
whose surprise at finding so many friends
present, may well be imaeined.after which
the evening was spent in social pastimes.
The following is a list of those present:
V II ('11.1k terrv Woo len
Oliver U ahau Ttiomu-Johnson
FOk.W Eliza SUurii
Kd Demppy CbaeHucter
Josit Starr Clara S!rr
The Misses Annie Anderson, Marie
Jansen and Lizzie Morris, gave a private
dancing party to friends at Turner ball
last evening. A large number from Mo
line were present, aod an excredincly
pleasant time was had by all. Bleuer's
orchestra furnished the music.
J a rob Mrlirader and Mi hadie Yolk
At 8;3J last evenins at the home of the
bride's parents. Matthias Yolk and wife,
727 Ninth street, occurred the marriure
of Miss Sadie Volk to Jacob Sthrader,
Rev. C. E Taylor officiating A large
number of friends and relatives were
present to witness the ceremony and tbe
happy couple were the -recipients of many
handsome and c?stly presents. An n
cellent supper was served after which tbe
guests gave th mselves over to the enjoy
ments of the hour. Tne young couple
are we'l and favorably known here and
will begin housekeeping at once in a
home on Fourteentb-and a-half street.
H. E. Hackley was gathered in by the
police last night for carrying concealed
weapons a pair of brass knuckles and
held in bonds of $100 to the circuit court.
Twenty-one tramps were lodged at the
armory last night and fifteen the night be
fore. A number of these nuisances have
made tbemsdves very obnoxious in town
of late by calling at residences, but tbe
best thing to be done with them seems to
be to bounce them out of town.
Pat McKeever, arrested for Monday
night's assault upon Katie Vither, on
Moline avenue, was btll in bonds of
1,000 by Magistrate Wivill. Tbe most
important witness for the prosecution was
Barney NbCade, watebman at the lumber
mills, who, attracted by the screams of
the unfortunate girl, was hurrying up
through tbe yar is when he met McKeever
runmug towards the railroad track. On
beiog asked tbe cause of the out cry, he
said someone had assaulted a girl on the
ayenue and be was chasing bim. Mc.Cabe
had just come the direction McKeever
was beaded and had seen no one As he
was the only one running away from tbe
place, McCabe was sure he was the man
who did tbe job. Miss Vither was only
able to give a general description of tbe
man , and was unable to positively ideas
tify bim as her assailant.
The crmav f Coast ru.
Superintendent of Census R. P. Porter
has issued a bulletin showing the census
of counties, etc, in which the population
of Rock Island county in 1890 is placed
at 41,917, showing a gain in ten years of
3.C15 ;lhat of Scott county on tbe Iowa Bide
being recorded at 43,164 an increase of
but 1,890 in ten years. According to this
it looks as if Rjck Lland had not been
so terribly slow in the past decade after
all. While not attaining yet the popula
tion of Scott county, its gain has been
twice as great
I have UBed Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup in
my family and would never be without it
for any prine. O jr babies cry for it. T.
T. Wallis, Bllimore. Md.
Starch grows sticky; common powderB
have a vulgar glare. Pozzoni's is tbe
only complexion powder fit for use.
THX PEOSTKATIHO SHOCKS
Of malarial fever are not to be counteracted by
quinine with any degree of certainty, or for any
length of time. The eradication and prevention
of disease? ot a miasmatic type are, however,
ascertained possibilities. Long experince has
shown that there is infinitely more preventive
efficacy in the fine botanic medicine. Hofltet
ter's Stomach Bitters, that in the alkaloids,
drags and poisons which were formerly the only
recognized mean of removing and anticipating
attacks of fever and ague and bullous remittent.
When tbe system has been depleted; fey periodi
cally recurring paroxysms, this agreeable re
storative renews the fund of energy, and ia not
only a positive specific, but repairs the damage
to the general health inflicted by all febrile com
plaiatt partaking of the malarial .character.
THE ARGUS. THURSDAY. MAJtCM 20. 1891.
J. E. Montrcse, Jlacager.
Friday, March 27.
Stetson's Big Spectacular I
Uncle Tom's Cabin.
THe BAKM op Til EM ALL-30 PEorLE.
D.'UMp Fnn.i nn , ,r(.h,.str) f,n , ff
Mnitc Hnd Colored Musician.
A Pack of Genuine iBlood Hounds.
Carl... th.BfMret Drp Initio World.
Sl.'wtintTnl f..r his iial.
Two Topsies. headed by the Great
Two M.rlo Fva nn. hrr IN.nv "ITin- "
u ncMiir tjuart. tto. Afri.an
v . t m. aiM lin Haver.
. ". A'nrLH. of Po.nii ,,..
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in 1 11c .-o.ii n. fca s. As--iii n
tiytli.- t-h .rt-st n.nl!i Drum
...i.j. r- i.n rinn. 1 he Hun.lrm t
Imforin t-r inauutacturtil.
R. rve s. t i.le t lUri-r HoU.e Pharmacy
Pi ice- ii. :il and :k) cen'a.
IS EARLY THIS YEAR.
.1 .-.ire to all your attention to tb. ir
EXQUISITE LINE OF
CITY-TOWXMIIP ELECTION 01If F.
Xotioe is hrei.y (riven that on Turodav th-w-venfh
'lar of April. ii. m thecitv of R.h k
Island, an election will t ht-ld lor the fallow
ing onittrs to-wit:
Onefity Clerk Tor two veara.
One City Attorney for two years
One Al.lennan in the Kirst ward lor two vear.
vears ld-rlun in the fc''on.l Hard lor two
vea Aidenuan in the Third Ward for two
One Alderman in tbe Fourth Ward for two
one Aldermun in the Fifth Ward for two
one Alderman in the Sixth Ward f..r two
one Aldertnau in the Seventh Ward for two
TOWKSHIP ofth rns.
TwaAssistant SuK-risors for two war.
One Assessorf Time year.
''K' Collet-tor foroneVear.
W hu h election will beoix-n at Po rlc k in the
morninr and continue oK-n until ; o'ci.H-k in
the aftern.Min cf that dnv.
Keristerinir and votinir will l tirje at tbe
usual voting places in each ward
t- . . . 'ty ami Town Cierk.
rated alar.'h U
I CRAMPON 4 CO,
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1st, 1891.
At MISS HASS.
tu.waor to Mis rct rs n, o. i:a cond axenue. H. Mai-d.
The very latest MyU in .attern heads, t.onnt. ritd-on. :ao.- and fnc rfc.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOHN &d ADLER,
Removed to 219 8e7rrite?ntL Street
A. J. SMITH & SON,
DRAPERY, GRILLE WORK
A. J. SMITH & SON,
123 &d 127 Weat Third BtoMt, Opp. Maaoaic Tampk, DA.VXHPOBT.
HOW IS YOUR CHILD?
Swift's Specific is the great
developer, of delicate child
ren. It regulates the secre
tions; it stimulates the skin to
healthy action, and assists
nature in development.
There is no tonic for child
ren equal to S- S- S-
Srn) for our treat it on Hlnod aad
M- iric Co., Atlanta. Ga
For Sale. Rent. Kjtrhant' nA XT..i
laneous wants inserted one day at le
per word: three daya at per word
and one week at 'ic per word.
"Situations wanted" and local Help"
wants not exceeding three lines sn
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NtmAr.iiK ApTT-rvtvo PrmK.o H uproot
We want you to tee the best coru
for the money la thl Ticin'.ty.
Our "Mayflower" at 50c. Sattetna
Our "No. 1 0O"-a sattecn stride cor
fetin Waclt on!y at 75 cent t. cannot be
Two new numbers in high t uit-Black.
Rock Island. Illinois.
CLEM ANN & SALZMANN
ARK XOW 8IIOWINQ
Three Times as Large a Stock of
C A R P ETS
A at y o'.lft imi'.ar rraI.i.ni'r.t :e It city.
CLEKV2ANN & SALZMANN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Ncs 124, 123 and 12S Sixteenth Street,
IX CO RTO RATIO CTTDEB THX THE tTATB LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
EOCK ISLAND, ILL.,
Open daL'y f roa a. m. to 4 p. tn aa4 SvtsrAay erc&i&ct from "lot o'catca.
FiTe per cent interest paid on Deposits. Moner loaned on Personal. Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security
. p. arrsoLDs. . r c dinkmanji. frm. j. u. arrosn. ciw.
r. L Hilcbell, B f. Rrroo.da, T. C. DrekaBaan. Jott. Oabaerk. C. f. Lrxda.
i- Bcusrra. L. imoti. B. W. Horwt, J. M.
JaCKaon iirkar. beUcltar.
The Adams Furnishing House,
No. IS Era.! rrw-t Da-i.,rt.
at recil!y low jric-
On other lines cf cornets we are et
peci!ly strori;. A! the best staiidara
makes in nock.
Special va'oet this week ia other
News prir.5 d re as irood s .
Immense assortment cf black wash
Thechoicert thine go early.
is resered for