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THE ABGUS. MONDAY, APJRIL 4, 1892
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fJTotttor Busier. ' - ' T
Vote fcr Blanding.
3owner for supervisor.
Tote the democratic ticket. .
Grk opeoi-g Mclntire Bros.
Tote tbe straight democratic ticket.
Tfttefor George B. Browner for super
3eil Brs;eSs County -Fair" at the
3w the ?I0 jackets for ?6 50 this week
t KfCufea Bros.
3lcre '"sttaps" in spring jtckets this
met at McCabe Bros.
X HBrowD. of Dubuq-ie, is visiting
: ifc citj with friends.
3frf r drives in linens this week at
3eCsbe Bro?.' Don't wait.
Tkoinas Hanson, of Tiskilwa. is visit
Sag wiOi friends in the city.
Great bargain in napkins each morning
ki wetk at McCabe Bros.
itJrajid spr'ng cloak opening at Mclntire
ticks', on Thursday, April 7.
Hioaroe Kohn spent Saturday and Sun-
2hj :n Chicago on business.
O01 tit Miss Kite Byrnes' grand open
jcg of spring millinery tomorrow.
UcCabe Bros', millintry opening on
i it s$2ay and Thursday. Wait.
2 Vea3 the grand opening of millinery
at Miss Kate B rocs' tomorrow.
3Cts. Con Walters is in Chariton. Iowa,
jw an extended visit to friends.
"Vote for decree Lamont and Tcter
?ti!e bar for assistant supervisors.
Henu-mber the polls close tomorrow at
5p. ra. Vote before that time.
5J:s. M. C. Ilcffman is expected hom.3
fre ler visit to Coldwater, Mich., this
3t. Fred Cramer, now a resident of
lec:sTi"e, Ky., is visiting with friends in
E: MnsenffcHler left Saturday evening
("iic2o and the east on a short busi-
Jje the ixciting running race on the
jAage ij actual horses at Harper's thca'jre
2oat scratch your ticket. Vote it
Y?rai&;bt. It is the safest plan, if it be
""i)l Rnge, late with McCabe Bres'.,
resigned his position hero to accept
s.ailar one in Omaha, Neb.
Tee regular meeting of the W. C. T.
T will be held in the Y. M. C. A. parlors
.so Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Tie leading milliner, Miss Byrnes, will
lint.Tsra her fiiecds and patrons at her
jrasd sprirg opening tomorrow.
Vote theentire democratic township
irtr t without a skip. To scratch is dan
croui 8cd may invalidate your ballot.
?. 1, Mitchell and daughter, Mrs.
"JTuhwortb, returned home Saturday night
Jrtm ibeir two months' trip to the south.
Cive Lowrie C. Blanding your vote for
Qnwxship collector. He is eminently
qB!f5:d for the office and is deserving of
Here will be revival services every
rogbt this week at the Ninth street M. E.
search,, beginning at 7:30 p. m. this eve-
. ' JTa Cassie Wendel died thin morning
at Hampton. The funeral will be held at
M. "E. church, Hampton, Wednesday at 2
Aaocrats should guard themselves on
Swo points tomorrow mark their tickets
Manfully and get their votes in before 5
-James Downing should be elected
-aiitrman from tbe First ward tomorrow
the people of that ward will see to it
ikai he is.
As a Worth is to dressmaking ''Virol'
: to millinery. Virot toques, Virot
will be shown at McCabe Bros.
:xriiiEcry opening this week.
It h understood that one of the clerks
ZiBtiic freight department at the Peoria
JtrpoX will bring a bride to the city the
Jkatcr part of tbe week.
Xdward Lieberknecht should be elected
iwmsiip assessor tomorrow. A change
3m present methods is desired, and
ZkSttknecht is pledged to give it. '
J. L. Mayer will triumph 'in the Fifth
-ward tomorrow unless all signs fail. His
Jrk'Lds are determined that he shall be
AttJtei and they will stand by him and
Valentine Dauber will scoop S. J. Col
2sa la tbe Fourth ward tomorrow. Tbe
Jca&crats have made a splendid nomina
Ojob and a splendid canvass and will elect
t&eir man tomorrow.
Democrats of the Second ward, do your
Atty tomorrow and vote for Henry Kin
acr for alderman. He is a splendid man
3t irprcacnt the ward in the council and
duxUd be elected.
"9. W. Eggleston and J. A. Johnson
ai morning entered upon their work of
re indexing the county records. It will
be a long; task, acd it is thought will take
in the neighborhood of three years.
Miss &! ahon, of New York City, will be
at Mclntire Bros'. Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday of tnis week for the purpose
of expla ning tbe merits of the celebrated
"Princen of Wales Corsets." All cor
sets fitted. v
B. C. Lloyd will triumph in the Third
ward tonorrow if the democrats of that
ward do their duty and sustain their past
reputation. The banner ward will not
go back on its record tomorrow, you can
count on that.
J. H. Kerr made an excellent record
while in tbe council and his election to
morrow .o his old seat is assured. Dem
ocrats of the Seventh ward, stand by
your ticket tomorrow and elect as your
aldermai:, Joe Kerr!
C. H. Parrott, representine the Holly
Manufacturing company, of Lockport,
N. Y., is removing tbe discarded engine
at the wuterwork8 building preparatory
to erecting the $21,000 pump which the
city has purchased to r .-place it.
John Peterson, an old man 73 years of
age, disappeared from his home in Mo
line on Saturday, and nothing has been
heard of him since. His friends are
totally at a loss to account for his sud
R. B. Ellis, of Cable, father of T. II
Ellis, of .his city, became prostrated with
a sudden stroke of paralysis on Saturday
evening. A special train over the R. I
& P. aboat 12 o'clock that night con
veyed his relatives from this city to his
John F. Dindinger will win his cre
dentials ts alderman from the Sixth ward
tomorrow, succeeding William Kennedy.
Dindinger will make a number one alder
man, and the people of the ward realizing
that fact, will give him a chance tomor
Mclntirs Bros, offer an extraordinary
opportunity to purchasers of cloaks. On
Thursday of this week they will have in
their clonk department a grand display
of spring garments from one of the lar
gest cloak houses in the United States.
Your gam ents can be delivered at once
Mrs. Miry Oliver, of Oltumwa, Iowa,
is in the city visiting at the residence of
her nephew. A. P. Graves, on Fourth
avenue. She is S3 years of age and is
remarkably spry for a lady of her ad
vanced ag She is on her way to visit
relatives in Wisconsin and Idaho.
The fun ral of Ex Mayor Ernst Claus.
sen, of Davenport, occurred yesterday
afternoon, and was attended by an im
mense coi. course of people. Gustav
Donald, editor of Der Democrat, de
livered the funeral oration, and it was a
scholarly cllorU The body was cremated
at the Davenport crematorium.
The demxratic tickets present strong
aldermanic candidates in every ward this
year: In tie First,James Downing; Sec
ond, Henry Kinner; Third. R. C. Lloyd;
Fourth, Ytdentine Dauber; Fifth, J. L
Mayer; Six Ji, John F. Dindinger for the
long term and Frank Weigand for tbe
short; Seventh, J. H. Kerr for the long
term and J. W. Lawhead for the short.
Tbe coroner's iury on inquest over the
remains of :.he unfortunate Mrs. Nicholas
DeRoo, of Sears, after examining several
witnesses w ho testified as to the pleasant
relations ex sting between the woman and
her husband and hearing the latter's tes
timocy as t ) her suffering from ill health,
predicated a verdict that she came to ber
death by drjwning herself in Rock river
on Feb. 23, while temporarily deranged
J. W. Lawhead being the only candi
date iz the Seventh ward who does not
live on the bluff, should be elected to.
morrow to the seat vacated by J. C. Ad
ams. Mr. Lawhead's sickness has pres
vented his doing the work he would
otherwise lave danc, and has given his
opponent an undue adyantage over him.
but his frier ds will not let him suffer on
that account, but will elect him. in good
The Vote on Waterworks Muprrin
Rock Isl vnd, April 4, 1892 Editor
Arous: .Will you kindly publish the
vote of the council on the question of the
contirmatior or the mayor s nomination
of Thomas lleddig for waterworks super
Ayes BUdtl, Johnson, Durmann,
ueuer, Jienaeay, rrohboes. Adams 7,
Noes Corken, Geiger, Tindall, Hues
Ing. Evans, Kiox, Thiescn 7. Not
Rcck Isiand, April 4, 1892 Phil
Miller. City Marshal: Sir: You will see
taat all saloons are kept closed from 7 a.
m. to 5 p. no. on Tuesday, election day.
April 5; also to cooperate with the judges
01 election in carrying out tbe provisions
of the new A ostralian election, to allow
no poll w oners within the prescribed
limits. WrLLiAM McuoNocEiE, Mayer
The Prlotoro' Orolarn.
To not be outdone by other organiza
tion which haye volunteered to assist in
adorning Spencer square the coming
summer, Twin City Typographical Union
No. 107, 1. T. IT., of Rock Island and
Moline, have decided to also place a
floral emblem in tbe park, and have ap
pointed T. F. Wheelan to make the neces
sary arrangements therefor. The design
which the printers have decided upon will
be quite a novelty, it being a
printer's stick, with the name and
number of the union placed therein.
transposed, just as type is set, making in
realty a typical emblem of the trade
Tbe printers were the first organization
which practically united the wo cities
Rock Island and Moline having organ
ized "Tuin-City" union nearly eight
years ago, and it has prospered and con
tinned to grow until it now embraces all
practical journeymen printers in Rock
Island and Moline in its membership, and
this action of aiding in the ornaments
tion of Rock Island's park, stamps the
printers a broad-minded and public
spirited organization, and as setting an
exanlple worthy of emulation.
Having placed with us for disposal, a
limited amount of treasury stock of the
King Solomon Mining & Milling com
pany, of Crcede. Colorado, being one of
tbe best located properties in the camp,
we are effering same at a price that will
interest you, if you will investigate. For
further information, call on or address.
Rice & Fuller.
Harper house. Rock Island.
Pozzoni's Complexion Powder pro
Jnces a soft and beautiful skin; it com
bines every element of beauty and puriiy
pure alcohol to make Wolff a. Ac.iiK
Blacking. Alcohol is good for leather;
it is good for the skin. Alcohol is (he chief
ingredient of Cologne, Florida Water, and
Bay Rum the well known face washes.
We think there is nothing too cosUy to uac
in a good leather preservative.
Acme Blacking; retails at 20c.
anil at that price sells readily. Jluny
jeople are so accustomed to lij.yin a il row
ing or blacking at 5o. and 10.-. a Nit:!,
that they cannot understaii-i tl.sit ii 1 Im-k-ingcan
le cheap at 20c. We want to mc!
tlieni with cheapness if we can, and to ac
complish this we offer a reward cf
for a reupe which will enable its to r.vA
Wolff's Acme Blackixs at such n i-rit-that
a retailer can profitably sell it nt 1 Or. ;
bottle. . We hold this offer ojen uili
Jan. 1st, 1S93.
WOLS'I' & RANDOLPH, PhiladelpiiLi.
NO PAY UNTIL CURED.
No operat on. Xo pain. No danger. No
d On tion from bnninef-B.
PILKS CTRE without pain, ne of knife or
cantcry no anesthetic ro detention from basi-
DR. A. L. DE S0UCIIET
The Rupture Specialist, of Chicago, or his asao
clatc will be at
Every MONDAY and TUESDAY
References: A. K. Britton, 40N5 A rmonr aTcone,
Chicago; (po. M. lli-nnett. Illinois avenue,
Chicago; Wm. fchindle, Mishtwaka, Ind,: Dr.
Sweeilana. Highland Tark, ill.; 11. G. Eddy,
1THM LIKE IT
Swift's Specific is a distinctive remedy,
and is totally unlike any of the other blood
medicines which are sold, it cures diseases
of the blood and skin by removing the poison
germs which cause them, and at the same time
supplies good blood and tissue for the wasted
parts. Lion't be imposed on by substitutes,
which are said to be just as good, for it is sot
true. No medicine
IN THE WORLD
has performed as many wonderful cures, or
has relieved so much suffering. .
My blood was badly poisoned last yenr, which
got my wuolc system nut of order distuned, and a
constant source of sufTeriii!;, no apetile. and no
enjoyment of life. I bought two Ixitl tBof Swift's
Specific and took It. and n brought mc right out
No beitpr remedy was ever need 'lor blood tlicaaea
thun Swift's SiHxiiic." J unit G ti, lit) ton, Ohio.
Treatise on b'ond and skin diseaoes rHki'ed fr-e.
SWIFT'S bl'Ec'IFlU CO.. Atliata, tin.
SOLVED THE PK0BLEM.
The inventor of tbe New Scale Kim
ball Piano was overjoyed when he found
what a success he had made of it, and the
above cut represents his fL-clirps Have
you examined these pianos? Do not
confound ibem with tbe old stenciled
make, but call and see the New Scale;
they are the finest in the lan. We have
just received a fine assortment in An
tique Oak. Bird's Eve Maple. Mahogany,
Satin, Walnut, French Walnut and Rase
Wood finish ctees. Call early and see
tbe finest variety ever shown in tbe city
of Rock Island.
2. E07 Scwlty, 1726 Sec:ad Ave.
Billiard and Pool Parlors.
Having just fnmlshcd a fine Parlor nptairs and
equipped it with two of Branswlck fc Balke's
finest Billiard Tables, also two nne Pool
IN THE CIGAR STORE
Ihe finest line of Imported and Domestic Cigars
and Tobacco in the market.
180S Second Avenue.
Imiiar.. riiluitu f raitsparr J U'lhphkiu. it-
moves -"V itiTt.I'i, !-; mni i!icol"rettoi Ft.
I sale by i i.-t -i..-ei am;'. ty or niaiteti .r X cti
M c 1 NTIRE
1 Miss Mahan of New
: York city will be with us
Monday, April 4, Tues
day, April 5, Wednes
day, April 6th, for the
purpose of fitting and
explaining the merits of
the celebrated Prince of
We will be pleased to
have you call and exam
ine whether you wish to
purchase or not.
2 Thursday, April 7. ,e
1 71 I 1 l- .... . ' "t
wm i unc a grand
On that day we win hav
us representative of 0 j
the largest Cloak Hon-J
ilia United Stat-s.
garments can bdiiv '!
once Jackets, CatJj1'
whatever is new f r iji.
Misses and ChiMr-n.
A grand opportunity t,
a eelection of m;,,, "
menta at low pr:( , s
3 v ; 1
Hock Islarr:, f
Is the appropriate name applied to us bv our
FURNITURE and CARPETS
Largest assortment and latest styles,
cordially invited by
The Money Savers.
POCKET KNIVES aDd SCISSORS took the highest premici
for quality. If you want a good knife try one.
One need not be told what a nice present an elegant Carving
bet liKe tno9e I nave to show will be. Also those
Gold Medal Carpet Sweepers.
Every woman that keet8 house wants one. Wroushtlren
finish Fire Sets and Irons.
Acorn Stoves and Ranges
are the lpadprs mrla in T11?nr.?a fnr nnrsnff r.inl .'ID 1 rVt-ry 02?
guaranteed. These are all good things to buy at CLrinins-oi
any other time. Come in anl see how much I Lav-- to siiowyoa
that is usefal and novel in housekeeping pood .
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
Cor. Third Ave. and Twentieth Stieet, lik Ts-j-
Elegance of Style and Perfection of Fit,
It has never been our good fortune to secure so many beautiful and artistic designs and
BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S NOVELTIES
As we are now showing for the spring and summer. Popular among which are Zouave Suits, in four
different styles; Vestee Suits, in every style imaginable; Double-Breasted Suits, in eight different styie;
Three-Piece Suits, sizes 10 to 16, in U different styles; Kilt and Jersey Suits, in eight different syLJ
Long Pants Suits, a fine assortment and variety much larger than ever, comprising all new shades in
and light colors. CHILDREN'S SUITS. 58c to $1450. LONG PANTS SUITS, ;?2.2 to 22M
Over 200 dozen SHIRT WAISTS to select from. Full dress waists, also waists with Marshall co!ur.
turned cuffs, fancy fronts and ties to match. Beautiful line in LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS. The ceiebratw
S. & A., fast black hose for boys. Exquisite line of boys hats and caps.' We repeat that it has never eee
our good fortune to show nor that of our patrons to select from such a grand array of boys' wearing app1-
PRICES GUARANTEED LOWER
Than those of any other establishment for equally well made and well trimmed merchandise. H )
want to clothe your boys and have them look neat and tidy,' you will find it decidedly advantageous
traae witn tne dependable
Used in Millions of Home 40 Years the Standard
IRON CLAD AND