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G. vd Friil ay.
gut one more day of lent.
Fruits of all kind at Browner'a.
Dairy butter and eggs at Long'.
Easter Sunday day after tomorrow.
"Uocle Tom" at the theatre tonight,
Democratic caucuses tomorrow night.
Everything the market aflorda can be
had at May 'a.
Call at May 'a and see the luxuries
of the season.
Xice chickens, turkeys and oys'ers at
Stetson's Uncle Tom's Cabin company
is at the Harper.
John Barge is being talked of for as
L. H. Trent, of Port Byron, -was in
the city yesterday.
H. B. Sudlow, wife and son left for
the east this morning.
Bay your groceries for a fine Easter
Sunday dinner at May's.
Virgil Warren returned last nfgit from
g business trip to Chicago.
Democrats, turn out tomorrow evening
ami attend your ward caucus.
Choice lettuce, radishes, sweet pota
toes and rutabagas at Browner's.
Florida and California oranges, turnips,
wt-et potatoes and lettuce at Lena's.
Jacob Cohn is confined to his home on
Thirteenth street with an attack it par
J. II. Yore, of St. Louis, will spend
Easter ia the ciiy with his brother,
Charles, at the Harper.
All secretaries of ward caucuses tomor
row night are requested to leave their re
ports at The Argcs office.
J. W. Potter left this afternoon for
Chicago to attend a meeting of the dem.
ccratic state central committee.
nam v,. veaveranct Mies Maggie
Wilnelm. of Muscatine, were married by
Squire Cook yesterday afternoon.
The republicans are having a hurd time
finding anyone willing to run against
Mathes Buncher in the First ward.
Were you at the Harper house billiard
room la9t evening? The entertiinment
was worth fl. He could out do Signor
The "Uncle Tom's Cabin" company
with its big man and little man an 1 varie
gated band attracted considerable atten
tion on the Etreets this morning.
Will Mr. Schroeder accept the alder
maiiic sop offered him by the McCono
cLie crowd? If he does they will use it
against him in the convention.
R. M. Pearce, returned yesterday from
Chicago, where he graduated from a
school of dental surgery, and w.ll visit
with friends in the city a few dajs.
Supervisor Kerr, of Milan, asks Toe
Argus to contradict the report that he is
going to Hennepin to recite. He- simply
expounds the gospel at the latter place.
The Union presents the name of W. C.
Levey for supervisor on the republican
ticket. Is this a plot to take him cut of
the aldermanic race in the Sixth ward?
It looks that way.
Take your family to the Harper housa
Sunday for your Lister dinner; hear the
colored orchestra, receive a souvenir bill
of fare, and a little egg-nog for the
George It. Fr&nklucd, a well known
and able Chicago newspaper man, is
spending a short time visitfng relatives
on Big Island, and at the same time re
cuperating from a serious iJness.
The anxious look on the face of Chief
of Police Miller the past few days, is ex
plained. L. V. Eckhart is making an ac
tive canvass for the republics a aider
manic nomination in the Second ward.
The Libbie Conger, of the Diaiaond Jo
line, will ply in the Keokuk and St.
Louis trade the coming summer, being
billed to arrive at Keokuk on Sunday and
to depart on its down river trip Monday
The Burlington etrikeof 1SSS, was very
disastrous to the CDUBtry, but did not af
fect near the amount of people as does
the hen strike at the present time. The
Harper has a few fresh eggs left from last
August that they will use to make egg
nog for dinner Easter Sunday.
Miss Hattie Jackson cave a pleasant
party to about 35 friends in lonor of
her friend. Miss Helen Baldwin, of
Charles City, Iowa, at her home on
Twentieth street last evening. Light re
freshments were served and a very pleas
ant evening spent in dancing and social
An observant exchange rema-ks that
so far as economy is concerned it is
cheaper for a man to take his home pa
per than it it to stop it, for nine out of
ten after ordering it stopped will in the
course of a year wear out f 3 worth of
sole leather trying to borrow tte paper
they ordered stopped.
The funeral of the late Mrs. W. S.
Koowlton occurs from the home: tomor
afternoon at 2 o'clock, Rev. J. H.
Kerr officiating. The following gentle
men will act as pall bearers: Messrs. E.
G. Frazer, Adair Pleasants, E. W. Hurst,
George M. Loosley, R. A. Donaldson,
E. H. Guyer, Phil Mitchell and T. H.
In her bill of complaint, filed in the cir
cuit court through her attorneys,. Jackson
Hurst, Mrs. Augusta Littij; alleges
that her husband, Leo Littig, deserted
tar in April, 1886, and that she has not
bear J of him since. She therefor seeks
leeal separation. The couple were mar-
nea at Haven port March 20. 1877
For a number of days the Merchant
Electric Light company have been
troubled with boys smashing the globes
or tne low lights over the city. The
police were accordingly notified and this
morning a boy was causht on Ninth
street throwing rocks at a lamp. He was
arrested and should be made an example
News was received from Chicago yes
terday that August Uuesing. who went
to that city a few days asjo to have his
eye. which had been seriously troubling
him, examined, was seriousy ill.
The son, Albert HueoiDg, left for Chicago
on the noon train and Mrs. Hues
ing followed last night. This morning a
telegram brought the gratifying news
that Mr. II
..... uulo,US; vruum reiurn lOnuht. anil
that the ton would remain until hi. f..hr
was in condition to be brought home.
They had a rather umxpected argu
ment in support of their cause at a tem
perance meeting at Moline last nigh'.. It
was sensational in a measure, t.),thougn
none the less forcible on that account.
In tbe midst of the principal address a
drunken man starred into the hi 1 and
walked directly to where the speaker was
standing and removing his coat and shoes
lay down in front of him and went to
sleep. He was n n disturbed until ne ir
tli cloe of the meeting, and when the
collections were taken up he chipped in
a quarter for the good of the cause .
William Passmore is the name of a fes
tive youth who formerlv came to Geneseo
from Rock Island and Divenport t J sell
tombstones He was a great lady's man.
We didn't die fast enough to suit him af
ter we got our artesian well, and be quit
us. He thought he would go into coun
tries where they Passmore people up to
the shining shores. So he went to 0le
county, where he claimed to have sold
a soldier's monument for fS.ODO. On
the strength of this tale, and conoiderable
bearing down on the enmrnistions he was
to receive on the big deal, he borrowed
$50 each from W. A. Me?se ard Lur
ence Ecklurd of Moline. They gave
drafts oo a Moline bank, which hank re
fused to honor the checks. Passmore
was arrested on a charge of ob'aining
money under ftlse pretenses. We fil
to fathom where he got the. funds. He
was acquitted. Geneseo News.
DETAILS OF TUE FATALITY.
Ttai Afc.ilftil Oram or llibbard
.Moore .rar Buffalo Urdnenday.
Hibbard Moore, of Taylor R-.dge,
whose accident! shooting has been men
tioned in The Akgcs. was buried this af
ternoon, funeral services being held at
Taylor Ridge, and the remains were
brought to Rock Island on the 2:30 train
and conveyed to Chippiaunocb. where
the interment took place.
Mr. Moore with some friends h id been
camping o an islandmear BuSilo. and
about S:oU Mocdiv morning be started
with some of his companions for tbe main
shore in a boat. He was in the act of
pushing the bo it off. wben a gun which
was litving in tbe boat with the muzz'e
towar t him was disc'iargeJ, the entire
contents entering his bo Jy. The irj ire 1
man was taken to the camp, and Dr.
Scott, of Elgiogton. was summoned, who,
upon examination, said tbe wound was
fatal. Mr. Moore lived until 7:oJ o'clock
that evening. Some of his children
reached him before he died. The body
was at once removed to Taylor Ridge,
Mr. Moore was born in Rock Island Sept.
5, 1847. and a large pan of his life was
spent here. His wife died a year ago.
He leaves eight children, tbe oldest of
whom is 21.
The Union crawfishes in tbe most ab
ject manner thU morning on the mayor
alty question . It started out with the in
tention of ignoring Aid. Scbroeder's can
didacy entirely, and had good words only
for his honor, the mayor. The Voiun
has been laboring under the impression
that 6chroeder'a strength was confined
mainly to a few personal friends, and that
as McConochie was supposed to have a
walk over for tbe nomination, it would
be displaying astuteness and tack to boom
McConochie. The opposition to tbe
combination cand dates baa become so
pronounced, however, during tbe past
week, that discretion suggested to the
Union a neutral position, and it has ac
cordingly perched itself on tbe fence,
ready to fall on either side at a moment's
Somebidy asks for a good definition of
a philosopher. A philosopher it a mm
who earns $9 a week and is contented
with his income.
The opinion of many, tnat Dr. Bull's
Couch Syrup ia the cheapest and best has
been fully confirmed. It costs only 23
It is a love of a bonnet that encourages
the Eister bat.
THS PBU8TKATIHG 8H0CK!
Of malarial fever are not to be counteracted by
quinine with any degree of certainty, or for any
length of time. Tbe eradication and prevention
of diseases of a miasmatic type are, however,
ascertained possibilities. Long experince has
shown that there fs infinitely more preventive
efficacy! in the fine botunlc medicine. Hostet
ter'a Stomach Bitters, that In tbe alkaloids,
drags and poisons which were formerly tbe only
recognized means of removing and anticipating
attacksof fever and ague and billious remittent
Wben the sjstem has been depleted fey periodi
cally recurring paroxysms, this agreeable re
storative renews the fond of energy, and is not
only a positive specific but repairs tbe damage
to tbe general health inflicted by all febrile com
plaint partaking of tbe malarial character.
THE ABGUS.1 FRIDAY, MakOh 27. 1891.
J. E. Montrcse, Maoarer.
Friday, March 27.
Stetson's Big Spectacular
Uncle Toms Cabin.
THS BAKNl M or THE ALL 30 FEOPLK.
Double 'Band nn.l OrrheMra composed cf
White ana Colored Musicians.
A Pack of Genuine iBlood Hounds.
tarlc . thoBlirireM Dr in the World.
Sl.uMoflered for hi ojual.
Two Topsies. headed by the Great
Two Mnrk. Eva and her l'onv "Prin. "
J- nc Mar VUHrt.-ue. Alrlcau
v Maml hn I'lavcr.
"V L-Hlllll at "C-C-IM-
w '" tian awihi in
1 fte,rnd.est "treet Parac'
a flV6r frtvan
" iih- 'n.inisi nn.l iall"-t Dniin
5!nj. r .n tnrth. 1 he Han.Unini t
I informs cct inanufHcturc.L
K. -.Tve s.-.n rule at lUrir Houe Pharmacy
eUnn-day in irniiiL. VnrrlisV
I'riii.-. 43, :5 and ill rei.'n.
Fiieze and Ceiling
We bavearracpt-d with thetm: Taper llanrer.
and Paiulc-ra in tbr city to take cbatfc of our work.
s'aMfact.ry reu!t can b rt-lifd or.
R. CRAilPTON' & CO.
GET YOUR PICTURES
Over Amer.cai Sxrc$ oir.Lt-.
V first -fla work truaniDteed. Lad- and
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1st, 1891.
. At MISS HASS'.
!ut0,isorto Mlfl8 Peterw-n. Ke. 17-23 second avenue, hoca UUtd
The very late f ty.'ea in pattern heads, bonnet, ribbons. lac-e and fancy r-d
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KIOHDNT & ADLER,
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street
Pattern Hats and
All Ladies are cordially invited.
MRS. P. GREENAVJALT
1704 SECOND AVENUE,
howld bo displayed In bnrinr
ele above ail tkinr. In selectta a
remedy for any disease, you should be
positive that it contains nothing inju
rious to the health. Many remediea
oa the market leave the patient in s
much wore condition, than beiotw
s s s
Is purely vegetable, and perfectly
brales: the must delicate child can
lake it with aboutefcafety. It contains
no mercury or minerals vt any kind,
and yet it never fails to cure the dis
eases it is recommended for.
Book on Illood and bkin diM-ases free.
Swift Specifio Co.. Atlanta. Ga
F or Hale. Rent. Exchange and Miscel
laneous wants inserted one day at lc
per word: three days at c per word
and one week at !ic per word.
"Situations wanted"' and local Help
wants not exceeding thre- lines ia
serted one week in the DAILY AKUL'S
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A-.'-m i.iviiie Jiutr day f.ir Sum. mUudn.
U?'.W,;M"?( A.farr or Tall at rouui ..
Wbiitrkrr block. I'atmjH.n. I..4
BEST AND CHEAPEST
J"Tli- on y !'a.nt !1um- inllt ,tt.
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CHY.lOW.XMIIl ELECTION' XOiHE.
Nit!i 1 h-rc-l-y sMven thiit on ulu- tti
wemn iU of April. lI. in tln ciiv of K k
l'.nml. an Ifc-timi wi;l I hHU ior the- lo l.iw-liifoaict-rs
tip Mayor for two Vf-anc.
nef llyt'lrrk lor two y inr.
OucOty Attorney tnrtwu c-ar
ne Aldfrmanln tin- Ktrt ward for twn-ar.
On.- Alderman iu the M-cviiU Wari lor two
ne Alderman In tin-HupI Mr. f..r two
tine AldertnuQ in tbe Fourth Ward fur two
ttie Alderman in tbe Fifth Wurd f..r two
ue Alderman iu tbe tixlb War.1 Kt two
.ne Alderman in tbri-'econth Ward for two
Twj Ai-iistutit SiiN-nir U t twj vejr.
tne A.Mvi.irf r one vear.
' ' ne - it -t . ir f ir one' t ear.
W hic h election win bv'i x-n at 8 o rl ek in tbe
ruorninir andemtinue o n until . o i iklii
the afternMin cf that cLiv.
lleiristeriiur and v..nnV wi'.l tw Ouoe at tbe
usual vutiutr p:ace ineucb arl
Tatel March 14 Jti.
We want you to see the best corsets
for the money in this vicinity.
Our "Mayflower" at 50c- Satteens
Onr "No. 100 --a satteen stripe cor
set In t'.ack only at 75 cents, cannot be
Two new numbers in hic'n tust.
Three Times as
A myo'brT tnir -
CLEiTON & SALZMANN, .
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Ncs 124, 12i5 and 12S Sixteenth Str-et,
1-NCORT& RATED CVDKS THS THE STATS LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
ROOK ISLAND, ILL.,
Opto da'y (rota a. m. to I p. aad Storday curft tram 7 la C e'eck.
Five per cent interest paid on Deposits. Monev loaned oa Personal, Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security
X. P. RXTNOLDS. Praa. F C. DSNKM ANM. Vlea-Prea. 4. M. BCPOBS, Carkter.
P. L. Mi'xhell. S P. Broo!(3. P. C. rnofi. Jote Crsbacra. C. F. Lrt.de.
J. J. Rcuarta. L. Suaa. K. W. Hart. J. U. Baford.
Jacaaoa A liraT, boilcivura.
W-WiU b-rin bavineM Jolj 8. 1530. aad will oeesyy backup ikb w: :xUU A Lrtda
nn l J tt baas i cwaui!clrd. bu
The Adams Furnishing Houe,
No. J.1 Eravlr -r-t Da -nrru
at specially low prices.
Oa other lines of corsets we are es
pecially strong. All the best standara
makes in dock.
Special Ta'ues this week la othrt
New fpring dress poods-
Immense assortment cf black wai
The choicest things go early
Large a Stock of
rl.:.ba,t.t a tLr Z'.j.
Is resered for