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OTHB'ABGUS. WEDNESDAY, MA TECH. 9, 18J2
Package ro-?e 19jt Weckel'g.
A full line of fresh vecetables at Trut 8
d lit 'a. Z
Dressed turkeys and chickens ever; day
ttia week at Troesdale'a.
Caiiforoi oectirinea and peaches, 3
poumlj f. r S; t Wckel's.-
n. C. Connolly left tb!s afternoon
for Nebraska oa legal business.
Hon E. W. Hurst and Phil Mitchell
Itfi this af'erncoa for South Dakota on a
P. A. Peteraoa ai fiot-d to and costs
by Magistrate Wivi 1 :b':3 comics fordis
turbine the peace.
Who does net want to help a great pub
lic enterprise like the Twin-City Colum
bian enterprise ?
The Columbian exposition is a-tured.
Becccue icktr.ifivd with the poj ct while
you have an opportunity.
Wanted Lvly solicitors. SUry and
expenses to right parties. Apply at 229
Sixteenth, from 8 to 9 a. m.. 5 to 6 p. m
Rev, II. C. Maishall, pastor of the U
P. church, leaves in the morcin for the
' sunny eou'.h on a six weeks' recuperating
Get into the Columbian exposition band
wagon while there is room. If jou don't
you will et lift and have to one to keep
you company at that.
Three things have done the people
more god than all others First, elec
tric ears; second, pivad streets, and
third, Dolly Bros', shoe store.
Don't fail to attend the social at the G.
A. R hall given ty the Good Ttmplars
Thursday evening, March 10 Admission
15 cents; refrtahmtnts 10 cen's.
J. Duke MuTiy, manager for Milton
Nobles, who is to present "From Sire to
Son" at Harper's theatre March 15, made
Tim Ait;us a pleasant call today.
The family of the late Mrs. Anton
Hohmana desire to express their sincere
thanks to all the friends who so kindly
assisted during their late bereavement.
Mies Nellie Murray has tendered to the
Fost&l Cab'e Ttlegrarh company her
resignation us manager of the Rock Island
office, a position she has held since the
company established an office here.
Dr. E. S. Barrows, one of the pioneer
settlers of this section, died at his home
in Davenport yesterday afternoon aged
03 years. He had rvsiJed in Davenport
since 1S33 and was a nsptcted and bon
ort d ci izt-B .
O.to Anderson, of Moliee, was found
dead in his wood shed in that city this
morning, ard Coroner Haws has gone
up to investigate. He was 47 years old
and his death is supposed to be due to
Although the signal service office re
ports prospects of only slightly colder
weather, J. S. Gilmore this morning le
ccived advtcss of a c jKI wave in the north
with the temperature 16 below at Mani
toba an 3 2 below in Minnesota.
Clarence Eddy, the cowboy convict who
made a hero of himself by quel.itig the
prisoners when they attempted an out
break in the county jail here a few weeks
ago, was rtlcasid yesterday, he having
completed his sentence. He was im
mediately rearrested and taken to Daven
port where he is under indictment for
The tate beard of agriculture basis
sued a nrize list of the premiums for
1892 II is for the three grand divisions
cf Illinois to compete by counties in dis
plays of farm, orchard and garden pro
ducts at the t-Wte fair to be held at Peo
ra, Sept. 26 to 3J. Selections will be
made from the exhibits which will be
placed on exhibition at. the world's fair,
and such selection will be mads so that
every part cf the state will be fiirly rep
resented. At the city election held at Clinton,
Iowa, last Monday, E. A- Hushes, one of
the best known tur! men In the west, was
elected mayor on the republican ticket by
a very large majority over T. M. Goble,
the present democratic mayor. Mr.
Huges is a prominent Knight of Pythiss
and was one of the jolly crowd whe
visited St. Paul lodge of this city last
spring. He was the only republican
President D. H. Liudcrbaik of the tri-
eity railway company, arrived from Cbi'
cago last evening, his visit being to ar
range the preliminaries for the improve
mentt which the company proposes to
make at the tower this summer. Mr.
LouderbacB, whose public spirit and in
terest in this community is shown by his
5,000 subscription for stock in
the Twin-City Columbian exposition,
said the consummation of the project
would be one of the best moves that
could possibly be made in the twin-citics
The funeral of the late Mr. Anton
Hohmacn was held from St. Mary's
Used in Millions of Homes
Catholic cl arch this morning at 0 o'clock.
Rev. Otto Kopf, officiating. There were
a number of beautiful floral oSerincs
troaa sorrowing friend?, and a large
number fo lowed the remains to their
list Testing place in the Catholic ceme
tery. The following were pall bearers:
Peter Rosnlhal, William Deisenrotb,
Henry Deiunrolh, Anton Kail. Adam
K!oz and George Mandle.
The etw.d taken by The Akgcs that
the Postal Telegraph company should
sustain its promises on coming into Rack
Island as to service, is upheld by all classes
of people. It was upon the representa
tion that tbi Postal should give Rock
Island good set vice that The Argcs com
mended it U tbe council and to the pub
lic. When the company fails to main
tain the sen ice it promised of which
the night cSi:e is a very important factor
teople hae tbe right to ask the reason
why. L t the Fostal give such service
as it assur.-d Rack laUnd it would,
a fair test, ard it will find the public will
Milan, March 7. The country roads
are impassab e.
Jami-s McHicba left Tl'Ursday eve
ning for California to permanently locate
as a fruit raiser.
Tbereseencs to be some speculation
whtrd the ne-v road will crof s Rock river.
The event of the season will soon take
place, in whit h social circles take great
Frank Cereson. who left for California
last fall from dugar Creek, Iowa, return
O.r genial O. D. Bradley representing
Doe & Co , mkcs hosts of friends where-
ever he goes.
Election for town officers takes place
Monday, March 14. The citizens' and
people's tickets are in tie field.
The managf r and processor of the can
ning factory for the season was expected
to be here Ma ch 1 . Up to date he has
William W.lson has purchased the
Jonas Whetsti ce estate in Bowline and
will tafce possession as soon, as the roads
are in shape to move.
Howard McCullouzh moved into the
Thomas Johns on property for the care
of his invalid Irother, who is .personally
cared for by Mr. Baker as bis nurse.
Some of tha projectors of the new
railroad have bsen over the route here as
will as in Rock Island, and re
port they are meeting with reasonable
success, ir tie ooject in view can be
accompliehed, there is no doubt the road
will be built at once.
On Thursday takes place the Farmers'
Institute at tbe town hall. By the topics
assigned and those interested the eyent
promises a lively time. No doubt all
that will attend, and a full house is ex
pected. Some ringing speeches will be
heard on the ro id and school subjects.
Occasionally some of our citizens are
mentioned in the Chicago papers. The
Cnicaga Herald of Saturday contains the
Dews of a large Palmer club formed at
Springfield. 111. A large and enthusias
tic crowd attended. In the organization
we find our gei.iel John Kehoe elected
secretary, who is well known and has
hosts of mends here, lou can always
bet on John as a hustler.
A progressive euchre party was held at
the residence of Mr. Mc Michael on last
Thursday evening in which a large num
ber ot the town and vicinity's young peo
ple participated. The evening was pass
ed very pleasantly and all report it as one
of the most enjoyable events of the sea
son. Mr. McM.ii.hael lives a quarter of a
mile south of town, and ts the evening
was a delightful one for this occasion the
young folks hied tbemselyes away bent
n having a good time. About 3 p. m.
the company wa reported to be all pres
ent and tbe voting gentlemen lost no
time in securing partners for an interest
ing game. About 12 m., an elegant lap
supper was spread of which all partook
heartily. After spending an hour or so
more, the company departed, feeling
that tbey had speot an exceedingly pleas
ant evening. M ss Silvis, of Rock Isl
and was presentel with the first prize and
Mr. Bert Sears, of Saarstown raceived a
bottle of "'catch up " Of course Bert
understands the game, and we hope that
tbe bottle may be the means of making
him a better player in the future.
A Slot or Collides Uiibi Was on.
Motor car 35 east-bound and in charge
of Motorman Geo-ge Merrett, ran into a
one horse wagon driven by H. Borgower,
of Davenport, on Moline avenue this
afternoon. Mr. 3urgower was thrown
out and sustained injuries about the head.
He was carried into Wagner's brewery
office where Dr. Bernhardi attended him,
and it is not believed his injuries will re
suit terioutly. Tae wagon was damaged
somewhat, while the horse fared f o that
it will probably be ne C3ssary to thoot it.
some reelings ire to mortals given
with mncb or earti and none of heaven,
as for example, headache, neuralgia, and
the like. One bottle of Salvation OJ
sends them hence. Ob! let us be joyful.
It is not what its proprietors say, but
what Hood s S'Tsiparilla does, that
makes it sell, and wins tbe confidence of
E. E. Parmenier, attorney ai law
Makes collections, loans money and will
attend to any legal business intrusted to
him. Office, posteffice block, Kock Isl
40 Years the Standard
THE LUBRICATOR COMPANY.
Aa Orxanlzitlaa Perfected for Far
ihcring Roe k Island's Sew Kn tr
ti 1st The Officer.
The stockholders of tbe Rock Island
Car Journal Automatic Lubricator com
pany met last evening at the oQce of the
company on Eighteenth street. Direc
tors were elected as follows: John Vuli,
A. A. Chapman. Gustav Stengel, George
E Lambert, T. J. Robinson, John Ohl
weiler Emil Liuge, W. B. Ferguson and
George F. Robenson.
The directors elected the following
President John Volk.
Vice-President Gustav Stengel.
Secretary W. B Fergusan.
Treasurer T. J. Robinson.
General Manager George Fr Roben
son. Executive Committee John Ohlweiler,
Eaiil Lange, A. A. Chapman and George
Mr. Bascnbenz, of Chicago, has been
engaged as foreman of the works and has
entered upon his duties in such capacity.
MOIJ VIOLENCE AT MEMPHIS.
Three Xisro )lurarrr Summarily
llpitliet Tl:i Mnrninsr.
Memphis, Tenn., March 9 About 4
o'clock this morning a mob of 75 men
surrounded the county jiil, and forcing
thejiilor to give up the keys, took out
three negroes, Mo?s, Stuart and Mc
Dowell, charged with shooting deputy
sheriffs last Saturday, and shot them to
Mrs. Oftberae Kenti-ccr d.
London, March 9 Mrs. Florence
Ethel Osborne, i dieted for larceny of the
Hargroves jewels and for perjury, wss
sentenced tnis morning to nine months
imprisonment at hard labor.
I desire to mret the committees ap
pointed by tbe lo Iges of this city to ar
range for the floral designs in Spencer
squere the coming summer. I will be at
my office between 5 and C D. m, and 7
and 8 p. m of each day this week. Please
attend without fail and bring tbe pro
posed design with you.
William Jackson, Park Com.
She Committed Suicide.
Mrs. F. C. Cone, at Paris, left this let
ter: ' My husband Forgive me if 1
cause ycu trouble, but I suffer so. You
do not know what these long, wakciul.
wretched nights are to me, and I am so
t'rad, dar"iag the pain will never be bet
ter. It is not easy to take my own life,
but I have been sick so long. G od-bve.
my busband, I love you vour wife."
This is but one of thousands that gives
up, instead of using Dr. Miles Restora
tive Nervine, and being speedily cured of
their wretchedness. Go to Uartz &
Bahnsen's and get an elegant book and
trial bottle free.
Notice is herebv given that the town
ship collector is obliged to return his
books to the county collector not later
than the 20.h inst., after which date
costs will be addi d. Office with Hurst
& Donaldson, Masonic Temple block.
Office open evenings. W. T. Sugden,
A lCHlrable Proper! j".
I have for sale a brick house and lot
on Third avenue, west of tbe jail build
ing; price $ 1,503. I will sell for half
cash, the balance on credit at 5 per cent
interest. William Jackson.
Vile and Unworthy
of con-ideration are nostrums of which it is as
sortedand they are many ecch that they core
immediately bojily ailments of long etandinc.
There are none such that can. Chronic disorders
cannot be instantaneously removed. Continuity
in the nse of a genuine medicine, such as Ilosu-t-ter's
Stomach Ilitu rs, will eradicate chronic i hysl
c.il evils. Not the least of these last in tbe force
of its opposition to medicine is constipation, to
the removal or which. If persisted in. the Bitters
fa particularly i adapted. Constrictton of the
bowels is a complaint which shon'd be dealt wiih
early and systematically. So are its nsnal at
tendants, liver comilaint and dv-pepsia. For
these, for malaria, rheumatism, kidney trouble,
and more recently 'a erirme-" this hiirhlv and
professionally commended medicine ts an un
doubted specific Notblnc can exceed It, more
over, as a means of imparting strength to the
tec Die ana nerv ous.
Are now being
Are displaying, are Vestee suits in different styles, double breasted suits in the new shades,
three piece suits in abundance. The grandest novelty of the season is the Zouave suit which
is expected this week. Our stock of School Suits is immense. '
EXCEPTIONALLY FINE LINE OF STAR WAISTS.
MANY BEAUTIFUL STYLES IN HATS AND CAPS
If you take pleasure in seeing your children look neat and tidyclothe them at
The marked benefit which people In run
down or weakened state of health derive
Irom Hood's Sarsaparilla, conclusively proves
the claim that this medicine " makes the weak
strong." It does not act like a stimulant,
iinparting fictitious strength from winch tl;cre
must follow a reaction of greater weakness
than before, hut In the most natural way
Hood's Sarsaparilla overcomes that tired feel
ing, creates an appetite, purifies the blood,
and, in short, gives great bodily, nerve,
mental and digestive strength.
"Last spring I was completely fagged out.
My strength left nie and I felt sick and mis
erable all tlio time, so that I could hardly
attend to my business. I took one bottle of
Hood's Sarsaparilla, and it cured inc. There
is nothing like It." It. C. Begole, Editor
Enterprise, Belleville, Mich.
"I derived very much benefit from nood's
Sarsaparilla, which I took for general debility.
It built nie right tip, and gave me an excel
lent appetite." Ed. Jenkins, Mt. Savage, Md.
N. B. If you decide to take Hood's Sarsa
parilla do not be induced to buy anything else
instead. Insist upon having
Fold by all droirslsts. Jl ; air for f 5. Prepared only
by C. L HOOD & CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass.
IOO Doses One Dollar
r V ft
me X oay'. KMa wva.JI
SOLVED THE PKOBLEM.
The inventor of tbe New Scale Kim
ball Piano was overjjved when he found
what a success he had made cf it, and the
above cut represents his feelirgs Have
you examined these pianos? Do not
confound ibem with tbe old stenciled
make, but call and see tbe New Scale;
they are the finest in the lani. We have
just received a fine assortment in An
tique Oak, Bird's Eye Maple, Mahogany,
Satin. Walnut, French Walnut and Rose
Wood finish cases. Call early and see
tbe finest variety ever shown in the city
of Rock Island. .-
D. Boy Bcwlby, 1725 Second Ave.
Billiard and Pool Parlors.
Having Jnst furnished a flue Parlor nptalra and
cqmi ped It with two of Brunswick & Balke's
finest Billiard Tabus, also two fine Pool
IN THE CIGAR STORE
the finest l'ne of Imported and Domestic Cigars
and Tobacco in the market.
1808 Second Avenue.
MANY OF THE NEW SPRING STYLES
received. We are prepared
and most popular styles.
c 1 NTIRE
New spring jackets
just received; blacks,
tan, mixtures and
navys. See our $5.98
Beautiful India silks
in best make; com
bination of colorings
THE LARGEST STOCK OF
Furniture and Carpets
IN THE -THREE CITIES,
1525 and 1527
124, 120 and 123
POCKET KNIVES and SCISSORS took tbe highest premium
for qnality. If you want a good knife try one.
One need not be told what a nice present aD elegant Carving
Set like those I have to show will be. Also those
Gold Medal Carpet Sweepers.
Every woman that keeps house wants one. Wrought Iron
finish Fire Sets and Irons.
Acorn Stoves and Ranges
are the leaders mads in Illinois for our soft coal and every one
gaarantsed. These are all good things to buy at Christmas or
any other time. Come in and see how much I have to show you
that is useful and novel in housekeeping goods.
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
Cor. Third Ave. and Twentieth Street, Rock Tgland.
to show our customers many of the leading
Among the many novelties
Dress Go -do.
Our dress goo devn-v
now complete and coiri
lst.tp.st nmHiitlATi .
jr ""-"wi" l.i i-r.-. ,
domestic we aves. "
Henriettas and other l::---;
Drf ss Tri mining
We are showing th3 iatet
things in dress trimininrs in
dium and low cost rrad v ,
Island. II li-
IRON CLAD AND