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THE ABGUS. MONDAY. MABCH. 28, 1892
New mWmOTy f McCbo Bros.
Carpenters aat&l. Apply to lludson
JtPtiker. t Ji. &;,
Wttcb for Miss C Has' spring open
ins of millinery goods.
New spring goods by the yard, piece
or ton at McCabe Bros.
Wanted A first class preparer at Miss
C. Haas'. Apply at once.
My sprint; opening of millinery goods
in few days. Miss C. Haas.
H. S. Boll man and wife, of Fulton,
spent Sunday in the city visiting friends.
100 different pants patterns to select
from at the Tri-City shirt factory. Trices
from 3 to $5.
Order yourself a business suit of Frank
Attwater at too Tri City shirt factory.
SuiU from 16 up.
For Sale I have for sale three English
ieagle hounds pedigreed. Call at Woods
yatt's music store.
T. C. Lewis came in this morning from
New Boston, where, with Thomas Lsflin,
be shot ISO ducks last week.
For a good fitting piir of pants made
to order at prices from f 3 to f 8 go to the
Tri-City shirt factory.
Telephone 121? to Bluke & Burke,
plumbers, steam and pas filters. Repair
lag promptly attended to.
Watch for the grand millinery opening
of the finest line of spring hats ever
shown In the city at Miss C. Ettas'.
The Rock Island base ball club has
formulated contracts with the local
ylayers, Browner and Zsiz, for this year's
For plumbing, steam and gas fitting
ring up 1247 or call at the corner of Stv
enteenth and First avenue Blake &
As usual McCabe Bros, take the lend
in their millinery department, -an im-
menee line of eastern novelties from
which to select.
Mrs. Greesawalt has returned from
Chicago with the largest stock of mil
Snery goods ever brought to the city a
grand display Tuesday and Wednesday.
On their second fljor McCabe Bros, are
selling today and while they last, one
case each of the celebrated Bates' white
bed quilts at 87c, atd genuine honey
comb crochet quilts at 61c each.
The great crazj throughout the east
Jcr the storm surges has made these pop
ular dress goods very scarce. McCabe
Eros, have just received an assortment of
the leading colois to which they call
For sale-A nice five room cottage, in
South Turk, with good well, cistern and
sewer, nice fruit trets, convenient to
electric street cars. We have also some
very desirable lots in the same locality
on easy terms at Reidy Bros.
Mrs Green a wait invites her lady friends
to call Tueediv and Wednesday and see
her grind display of spring hats and
'bonnets and millinery novelties. The
largest Bnd best selected goods in the
city to select from.
Another surprise This merning's ex
press brought McCabe Bros'. 'a, lot of
black phadzimer silks on which they had
several days ago made an offer, but real
ly did not expect to get at their price
They are now in stock at 87c per yard
value, $1 25.
The seats uri now oa sale for the ap
pearance of John L Sullivan and his
dramatic company next Thursday night.
No more tickets will be sold than the ca
pacity of the bouse, and all desiring to
attend should secure their seats while
the opportunity offers.
Messrs. E II. Gayer and J. II. Porter
have returned from Chicago wherathey
purchased a 100-horse power Westing
house dynamo to operate the Moline
Central road. The company also bought
10 arc lights to illuminate Prospect park,
and is figuring on more motors and trail
The Divenport papers continue to
speak favorably of the lower bridge pro
ject, and assert that It is an assured sue
cess. Here's hoping it will be. The
lower bridge idea really originated in
Rock Island, and the original franchise
was secured largely by the efforts of
Rock Island people and Rock Island
capital has been largely interested in the
undertaking from the first.
A livery rig trom Divenport, contain
ing two couple of very gay people from
that side of the river, got into a hole at
Third avenue and Tenth street last night,
where an excavation is being aade for
gas mains. One of the horses got down
in the ditch, and it took about two hours
to get it out. Neither of the horses were
injured, and the carriage was not seri
The democrats of Djvenpori inaug
urated a new method of nominating can
didates for aldermen Saturday. It par
took of the nature of a special election,
the candidates being selected by a major'
ity vote in their respective warJs. In
three of t le wards the party failed to
poll the majority of theij voles and con
sequently cpecial nominating elections
will necessity be held. The system
does not meet with favor.
The Davenport & Rock Island Street
Railway cospany' this morning com
menced putting in a new double curve at
the corner of Twentieth street and Third
avenue, replacing the one now in use and
also by means of tongue switches, giving
the company advantages it has not here
tofore posse;. sed, and enabling it to use
and operate its bridge line by temporar
ily abandoning that portion cf Third ave
nue from Niieteenth to Twentieth while
the water pi res are being laid pre par a
tory to paving, the mayor considering the
use of that track 'dangerous while the
pipe laying is in progress. The work of
relaying the Elm street line will also be
commenced a, ones.
The Union holds that W. J. Gamble is
"doing the test kind of electioneering"
by having ih3 brick pavement cleaned
from the court, house square west, "and
people who saw the bricks once more re
joiced and were glad, and their hearts
went out to Gumble." So, so! This is the
reason why Gamble is attending to
his duty. The long suffering i3 broken
for the firit time since the pave
ment was put diwn for politic il effect
openly confessed, after all is it? The peo
ple were wondi-ring why the change, but
they are not to be led around this way
and have their s'r.'ets cleaned only when
one of ths street bosses seeks a better
office. They will yote fcr a man v. ho
will attend to Lis duties all at times, and
not merely whea he wants something bet
ter. That min will be found in L. C.
Th?y tell a good j ike which was re
cently perpetrated by Conductor O. II.
Creel, of the ft. Louis express, on his
bangigeuiaa, Ptter Murray. The story
is a long one, b it it was skillfully plan
ned and admirably carried out. A pet
dog was the key note to the perform
ance, and how the popular baggageman
clung to that pug all the way from Warm
to Ro9evil!e tba other day, how he
shared his dinner with it and purchased
it milk b; sides a. Beardstown, and how
he wept w henh'5 found it gone, how he
made profuse and humble apology to a
lady who was no, the owner, are succeed
ing incidents in lx baggageman's tale of
woe. Just men .ion the word "do" ' to
Murray nowadays and his countenance
will denote his full appreciation of the
memory of that word.
The llurgry Adjutants.
The following occurred at the Chinsurrah
barracks when the old Twenty-ninth regi
ment was quarter3d there. The soldiers,
after their dinner, pot two marrowbones
and tied them together with a stout string
about twenty yards long. The marrow
bones were then thrown out separately to
two expectant ad ji tants. One bird seized
and swallowed om bone, and the other
bird caught and g t outside of the other
The two binls then flew up toward their
usual perches on the barrack roof, but as
they flew apart the string tightened, and
as they pulled ii.-i.iiist one another and
neither would par: with his bone, they
finally came flopping to t he ground, to the
great edificat ion of ;lie soldiers. When the
two birds were on t he ground there was a
severe tug of war between them, until at
last the string broke and each of them
flew off trinmphim' ly to digest the bone
and the yards of str iiir attached to it at its
leisure. Longman's Magazine.
THEIR LAST SLEEP.
Head of the Finn How long have
you been with ns now, James?
Assistant Lookk pper Six years, sir.
II. O. F. And v.-hat salary are yon
A. B. Nine doll irsa week, rir.
II. O. F. Ah! Xiue dollars! Well,
James, yon have pi oved yourself a most
trustworthy fellow, nnd as showing my
appreciation of your honesty I have de
cided to let you sign for the registered
letters this year. Monetary Times.
A Mistaken I'd icy.
First Tramp I s.iy, Mike, th" fashion
of gents like me an you carry-in clubs is
Second Tramp G it out ! Clubs scares
people inter bein ho-pitable, don't they:'
First Tramp They useter; but w'cd
folks began ter notice our dubs they be
gan ter keep hig dogs, an now it takes
all th cold vittles they lias ter feed th'
dogs. New York Weeklv.
Jon a Mueller and lira. Saaaa War
sett Pass Away-Other Obituary
John A. Mueller, the well-known pro
prietor of the Union house on Twentieth
street, died at 2 o'clock Sunday morning,
aged 44 years, 9 months and 21 days. lie
had been a resident of the city for many
years, having been proprietor of the
house where he died far over 20 years.
His death is made particularly a touching
one as his wife died only a week ago, and
by this double t faction a family of seven
children are left orphans. Mr. Mueller
had been in ill health the past two years,
and during the past winter had been con
fined to his home most of Cie time. lie
was out driving on Friday, and on Satur
day was able to be about the house, but
he got worse in the evening and contin
ued to fail until early Sunday morning,
when he passed away. He was an up
right, honest citizen and en joyed the high
esteem of many frienis.
The funeral occurs from the German
Lutheran church Tuesday afternoon at 2
Mrs. Susan Girnett died at her home,
613 Tenth street at 12:40 o'clock on Sat
urday night after several weeks' illness,
a?;ed 72 years. Her husband, the late
Joseph Girnclt, died only six weeks
ago. Mr. and Mrs. Garnett were among
the early pioneers of this section, coming
here from the east about 40 years ago.
She leaves three children, two Eons Wil
liam H. of Taylor Ridge, ar.d Saxuel G.,
of Genoa, Wis., and a daughter, Mrs.
Mary Blaney. Mrs. Garnett had been an
invalid for the past 15 years.
The funeral occurs from her late home
at 10 o'clock tomorrow morning.
Bisil Reynolds, one of the oldest resi
dent of the county, died at his home in
Stewartviile at 11:30 o'clock on Satuiday
night, aged 79 yeats. He rtsidtd in this
city until lS75.when he went to Missouri,
aid from there to California, returning to
Moline in 1SS7. Ia 1SS9 he received a
stroke of paralysis, from which he was a
cripple until his death. The funeral will
occur from his late home in Stewartviile
tomorrow at 12 o'clock.
The funeral of the late Mr3. Mary Emp
ke occurred from her home on Twentieth
street at 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon,
R.-v. C.A. Mennicke, of the German
Lutheran, officiating. It was very large
ly attended and the remains were interred
in the German Lutheran cemetery. The
following were the pall-bearers: C. Lim
barg, Joachim Kruse, John Etnpke, Claus
Ste'.k, John Iloak and John Kirkbusch.
staunch ships strike nnd founder, too fierce
wind and mountuinour wavis twerp noble
murium' "hearts of oik" to hlnpwreck and to
death, yet that Cobb not prevent too lutuerlicM
liuidxman from risking hit life on the ttonny At
lantic in the role of tourist or commercial traTtlcr.
Hut if ho shall leuch hie d atinntion safely he will
ecarcjly have escaped some of fie quiimsofsea
sickness, unless he takes with him Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters, that 'nimitablc specific for nau
sea. Itad water on Ions ti ius are a threat to the
voynffer, but this may b; deprived in a great
measure of its disordering, nvcts upon the stom
ach, bowel- and liver by lb '. Bitters. & frainst the
prejudicul effects of mnlari I. bad diet, fatigue and
cxoflore it is also eflie&'ious. It averts, more
over, rheumatism and kid ley complaint. Don't
travel on sea or land withot t it.
Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard.
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
bowels each day. Most people need to
use it. "
Heed the warning which nature is constantly
giving in the shape of boils, pimples, erup
tions, ulcers, etc.? These eruptions show that
the blood is contaminated, and some assistance
must be given to relieve the trouble. S. S. S.
is the remedy to help force out these germ
poisons, and will cnrb'.e you to
'I hsve hnd for yoiirs. a humor in my blood,
which made me dread to" shave, ns eraiall boils or
pimples would be cut, thns causing; the shaving to
he a great annoyance. After tnkini; three b tiles
f-. S. S. my face is all clear and smooth as it should
be appetite splendid, sleep well, and feel like run
ning a foot racn, all by the use of S. S. S "
Cha3. litAToN 78 Laurel ft., PUila.
Treatise on blood and skin mailed free.
SWIFT SFECIFIC CO., Adanta, Ga.
We Catit do it
but are willing to pay for learning liow to
make as good an article as Wolff's Acme
Blackiku of cheap material so that a
retailer can profitably sell it at 10c
Our price is 20c.
The retailer says the public will not pay
it. We say the public will, because they
will always pay a fair price for a gcxxl
article. To show both the trade and the
public that we want to give them the bjst
for the least moncv, we will pay
For alove information ; this ofier is open
until January 1st,
WOLFF At RANDOLPH, Philadelphia.
Pit-Roil Is the name of a paint whirh
dots work that no other paint can do. A'em
vuod ainted with it looks like the natural
wood when It is stained and varnished.
PAINTERS AN!) BUILDERS
will find It profitable to investigate. All
paint stores sen iu
SOLVED THE PK0BLEM.
The inventor of the New Scale Kim
ball Piano was overjoyed when he found
what a success he bad made of it, and the
above cut represents his feelicgs Have
you t-Ximined these pianos? Do not
confound them with the old stenciled
make, but c&ll and see the New Scale
they are the finest in the lan 2. We have
just received a fine assortment in An
tiquc O ik. Bird's Eye Maple. Mahogany,
Satin, walnut, French Walnut and uose
Wood finish ca6es. Call early and see
the fioest vatiety ever shown in tjjn,- city
of Rock Island. .;
D. Ecy Bcwlfcy, 1725 Secmd'&ve.
Billiard and Pool Parlors.
Uavlngjust furnished a fine Parlor nptairs and
cqaii i"d it with two of HrunswicK JC Haike s
finest Billiard Tables, also two fine fool
IN THE CIGAR STORE
the finest line of Imjiortcd and Domestic Cigars
and Tobacco in the market.
1808 Second Avenue.
n;;im Trat.Fjvin-iM-v i.n,- sk.it fit-
I sale hy Hr- i
W if K-. BP
SWA c inure
Large assortment of patterns shown
from the lowest to the highest cost.
Domestics Scotch and French. The
latest effects are embroidered, effects
in large polka dots, irregular figures,
Early choice has its advantages, as
no duplicates can be had later-
COTTON WASH GOODS
Are displayed iu assortments of de
signs, colorings and fabrics almost be
And other effects. Prices quite reason
able, beginning as low as 12!4c.
All Wool Challip
We believe we show the
largest and handsomest
assortment of Fru
challies in the three cit-
And India Mulls are verv
choice and desirable
The "early bird " is never
more applicable than v.
a spring stock.
Rock Island Illinois.
Is the appropriate name applied to us b our
FURNITURE and CARPETS
Largest assortment and latest styles. Ins
cordially invited by
GLEMANN & SALZMANN,
The Money Savers.
POCKET KNIVES and SCISSORS took the highest lamina
for quality. If you want a good knife try one.
One need not be told what a nice present an 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 hxn
finish Fire Sets and Irons.
Acorn Stoves and Ranges
are the leaders made in Illinois for our soft coal an 1 ever)' one
guaranteed. These are all good things to buy at Christmas or
any other time. Come in ani see how much I have to ehow you
that is usefal and novel in housekeeping good.
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
Cor. Third Ave. and Twentieth Street, Kock Ta'.unl.
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 lour
different styles; Vestee Suits, in every style imaginable; Double-Breasted Suits, in eight different styles;
Three-Piece Suits, sizes 10 to 16, in 15 different styles; Kilt and Jersey Suits, in eight different styles
Long Pants Suits, a fine assortment and variety much larger than ever, comprising all new shades in dai k
and light colors. CHILDREN'S SUITS. 58c to $1450. LONG PANTS SUITS, S2.2 to S22.0U.
Over 200 dozen SHIRT WAISTS to select "from. Full dress waists, also waists with Marshall collars
turned cuffs, fancy fronts and ties to match. Beautiful Hne in LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS. The celebrated
S. & A., fast black hose for boys. Exquisite line, of boys hats and caps. We repeat that it has never been
our good fortune to show nor that of our patrons to select from such a grand array of boys' wearing apparel
PRICES GUARANTEED LOWER
Than those of any other establishment for equally well made and well trimmed merchandise. H you
want to clothe your boys and have them look neat and tidy, you will find it decidedly advantageous i
trade with the dependable
IRON CLAD AND