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THE r AUG US, THUKSDAX. APRIL , 1892
Strtwberrie j& young's.
Fresh lake fish at Young's.
Fresh strawberries at May's.
New vegetables at Browner.
Fresh strawberries at Hay's.
Ejes examined free at Thomas'.
Foster gloves at 90 coats at Bennett's.
Hare your eyes examined at Thomas'
Foster gloves at 91) cents at Bennett's.
Prof.' Qirschberg at Thomas drug
Prof. Hirschbent Friday and Saturday
Ripe tomatoes, lettuce and pie plant at
Remember, eyes examined free at
For Sale A heavy work team. E. B.
Everything in the truit and vegetable
line at Young'.
Strawberries, pieplant, oranges and
banans at Young's.
Call at Miss Kate Byrnes' and see her
grand spring millinery.
Asparagus, caulifl wer, spinage, rad
dishes, lettuce and onions at Young's.
For the nex'. 10 days Bennett will sell
his 5 -hook Foster gloves for 90 cents a
Eiwin Ware, ef Geneseo, was in the
city a few hours yesterday calling on
Miss Bloodgood turns three somersaults
ia an acrobatic dance in "Two Old
Don't fail to see "Two O'd Cronies."
It will be about the last attraction of the
kind this season.
Mrs. J. S. Reyburn and Mrs. L. O.
Catlin, of Ottawa, are in Rock Island for
a few days' visit.
James Stmser, the former well known
conductor on the Milan line, js now wear
ing a bell-punch on the red line.
The sisters Don from merry England,
and Finny Bloodgood. the electric spark,
at Harper's tbeatre Friday night.
Lost A pug dog. Finder please re
turn to Cpt. W. A. Thompson. 1028
Second avenue, and receive reward.
C. F Runbeck and William M;Quade
were each fined 5 and costs by Magis
trate Wivill this morning for fighting.
Maj L M. Buford has so far recovered
from his recent illness as to be able to be
out in a buggy a while yesterday after"
Charles Knox, who has been home
Beloit college, where he is attending
school, has returned there to resume his
H. S. Gleim is expected from the south
west tomorrow night on a visit to rela
tires in the city. Mrs. G'eim has been
here fur some time.
Miss Byrnes' millinery opening was a
eucc69 in every particular. She has the
largest and finest selected stock ever
shown in the city.
At last night's meeting of the Daven
port city council Mayor Ficke and the
outgoing council retired, and Mayor Bills
and the new aldermen took their seats.
The bar fixtures and other appoint
ments for William Dresaen's new At
lanticsample rooms have begun to arrive,
and are the handsomest in the three
Rmge Bros, have opened a new barber
shop in the Bean block on Third avenue.
Bjth are popular and deserving young
men, and will no doubt meet with abun
A. Reaney, of Pullman, Wash., is in
the city looking up a location to manu
facture a patent feeder for a threshing
machine. He is also the proprietor of
opal mines in the locality of his home.
Among the grotesque ard eccentric
character actresses of the age, Ada
Deaves stands preeminent. She is daring
and original, and has the genius which
enables her not only to conceive, but to
make her own costumes. She will be at
Ilarper'a theatre Friday night.
Chief Gilloley. ot the Davenport fire
department, reports 15 alarms during the
month of March. The losses amounted
to about $5,930, covered with an insur
ance of 71,000. ' Davenport has a paid
system well to be proud of, and its effl
ciency Is to be promoted by making the
position of chief entirely non-partisan,
and taking it wholly out of politics.
Robert J. McGee has just returned
from Muscatine, where he closed a con
tract for a masoleum for William Huttig,
at a cost of $3,000. The structure ia to be
built of Bedford limestone, the interior
lined with Italian marble, and the floor of
the vestibule it to be of Mosaic tile
There will bo 13 crypts to receiye cask'
ets. The 1 structure, whea completed.
will be ene of the finest in the country.
This . afternoon two horses became
mired down in the mud hole at Thirty
eighth street and Fifth avenue, where the
pavinf operations ceased last fall, to
which Thk Abgcs has called attention
several times, and it was necessary to
drag the beasts out with ropes. No at
tentioc is paid to the diabolical condition
of the street at this point and there is no
resen- indication that there will be.
Q. 8 Pinkley. a switchman in the R.
I. & P. yards, while at work yesterday
morning, got his right hand pinched in
such a manner that it will lay him op for
some time. He waa endeavoring to make
a coupling and the pin being forced up
caught bis hand against the wood pinch
ing it ho that the pain was excruciating.
Dr. Pli mmer dressed the injured member
and it ii thought no permanent injury
will res lit.
Tli Colambiaa Committee.
The Holiciting committees, ia connec
tion wit j the Twin -city Columbian ex
position project, meet again tonight at
the rooms of the Rock Island Citizens'
Improvement association, and the at
tendance of all solicitors is earnestly de
sired, as there is to be an endeavor to ob
tain as sxn as possible, a complete foot
ing upcf the pledges so far, that Rock
Island may know just where it stands
with reference to the undertaking, and
that a systematic and determined effort
may be nade to make up the difference.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Rock IsU nd Citizens' Improvement asso
ciation will be held this evening. Dr. C.
T. Llndley, of Davenport, will be pres
ent and address the meeting on the sub
ject of an as an important feature in
connection with the forthcoming Twin
City Columbian exposition ml fair, and
President Jackson desires the attendance
of all members ef the association.
The Pilots' Transportation company
met last S tturday at LaCrosse.and elected
the following officers:
Presideit T. H. Dalsqn, Dubuque.
Secretary Gary Denberg. Davenport.
Treasurer R. N. Cassiday, Winona.
Directors E. J. Lmcaster, L. Claire;
W.A. Kratke, John Monroe, Lansing, G
L, Short, II. M. Ljoney, L Crosse.
The Chr nicle sa;s:
There Las been a good deal of talk
about this association purchasing the
McDonald boats, and a definite otter of
$33,000 was made for all exsept the Kit
Carson, wlich was sold below. Tois
was so much better than the creditors
had expected that there was some ques
tion whether it was made in
good fait 3, especially when exten
sions or toe time for closing
the deal wtre asked. Saturday was set
as the limit and again a delay until Mon
day was requested. But some of the pi
lots say tbere is now no hope of their
raising the necessary money. They
claim to have been entirely candid in their
( ff -r, believing men who had advocated
organizing n association and in the past
favored ownership of boats by mister
and pilots, would be as ready with their
money when snch an opportunity as this
presented itself. It has been said all
along, and no doubt believed, that Capt.
McCaffrey, who is a wealthy man, would
put money into ths scheme when he got
home from he south. lie was here yes
terday, but declined to invest, and others
who have ccnsiderable property did not
The L"uif ville.oae of McDjnald Bros'.
raft boats, teld for debt at Dubuque al
winter, has been released by United
States Commissioner Hobbs, all debts
having been satisfied.
The Turner SMwirty.
The annual election of officers of the
Rock Island Turner society wns held last
evening at Turner hall, resulting as follows:
Prs:dent Emil Jacobsen.
Vice-Pres'dant William reft.
Secretary J. Qauschildt.
Treasurer John Oalweiler, Jr.
Collector A. II Grimm
Board of Control John OUlweiler. B.
Winter, Gunav Stengel and C. J. W.
The regu ar annual meeting of the
stockholders of the Rock Island Savings
bank for the election of directors will be
held at its uflise on Monday, April 11, at
10 o'clock a. m. J M. Buford. Cashier.
Hartz it Bahnsen have for sale the
double house on the corner of Nineteenth
street and Ttird avenue, which they will
sell at a bargiin to parties who will re
move it from the lots at once.
Foster gloves at 94 cents at Bennett's.
Staunch ebipx strike and founder, the fierce
winds and mo mutinous waves sweep noble
mariners' "hearts ef oak" to shipwreck and to
death, vet that toes not prevent the lubberlieet
landsman from risking bis life on the stormy At
lantic in the role of tourist or commercial traveler.
Bat if be shall reach his destination safelj be will
scarcely have e aped some of the qaimsofsea
sickness, unless he take with him Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters, that inimitable specific for nau
sea. Bad water on long trips are a threat to the
voyager, but th s may be deprived in a great
measure ol its anoraenngenecis upon tne stonv
ach, bowel and liver by the Bitters. & gainst the
prejudical effect of malaria, bad diet, fatigue and
exposure It is t.lso efficacious. It averts, more
over, rheumatism and kidney complaint. Don't
travel on sea or una witnout it.
A Farewell Tefeea of Beaara.
A very pleasant farewell party waa
given William Don. who leaves for Colo
rado Springs early next week, at Turner
hall last evening. A number of his gen
tlemen friends gathered tbere last even
ing, and presented him with a token of
their regard. Mr. Don goes to Colorado
in the hopea of bettering his health. He
resigned his position today at Don's
bindery, and also as chief usher at Har
per's theatre, and is now making arrange
ments to leave. Bis many friends here
will sincerely hope that the change may
prove beneficial. The following were
present last evening:
Otto Herkert, Will Copp,
Will K inner,
Edward Got pel.
The Verne Swain is making her regu
lar trips again and made her morning call
The stage of water at the Rock I-tland
bridge at a. m. was 5 65; at 12 ra 5 60.
The temperature at 6 a. m. was 49 and
at 12 m 64.
Travel on Rock I-tlmd bridge yester
day was as follows: Teams north,
687; south. 667; total 1.F45. Foot pas
sengers north, 983; south, 999; total,
It Excellent Qualities
Commend to public approval the Cali
fornia liquid flruit remtdp Syrup of Figs.
It is pleasing to the eye, and to the taste
and by acting gently on the kidneys, liver
and bowels it cleanses the system effect
ually, thereby promoting the health and
comfort of ail who use it.
II" o n
Used in Millions ef Homes 40 Yean the Standard.
NO PAY UNTIL CURED.
No operat on No pain. Nodanger. No
d t'-n:ion from bnsiners.
PILSSCUKE wtthout pain, n-e of knife or
cautery no ubesthtlic co deteniion from busi
ness. DR. A. L. DE S0UCIIET
The Ruptu-e Specialist, of Chicago, or his asso
ciate will be at
Every MONDAY and TUESDAY
References: A. E. Britton. 40tt Armour avcrne,
OHcae; Hen. M. Bennett. 3J(VJ Illinois avenue,
Chicaeo; Wm. ctnniilc-, Mish iwaaa, Ind.: Dr.
Sweetland. Highland Tart, 111.; H. Q. Eddy.
There is M n P
:cr every one who has blood trouble, no
matter in what shape or how long standing,
provided none of the vital organs have been so
far impaired as to render a cure impossible,
S. S. S. goes to the root of the disease, and
removes the cause, y expelling the poison
irom the body, and at the same time is a tonic
to the whole system. However bad your case
may be, there is hi ipe
"'For year I was troubled vrTh the mo-t ma'ip
nant type of chr nic blo.xi iroublr. After triinir
ranoou other reme lies, without pettinp any benefit,
I was induced to take S. Is. S. A few buttle cured
tne uermanently. I also consider S. S. fc. the best
-nic I ever saw. While takine it my weiplit ln
:reased and my healt1) improved in oven- way. I
have recommended S. S. s. to several friends, tinil
in every cas they were sitisfted with the resul's.'
S. A. Wrwbt. Midwsy. Fa.
Treatise on Wood, skin nt eont.i!rinn blood lot
ion mailed free. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO .
will be paid for a recipe enabling
us to make Wolff's Acme Black
ing at such a price that the retailer
can profitably sell it at ioc. a bottle.
At present the retail price is 20c.
This offer Is open omit January lit., 1893. For
particulars address the undersigned.
Acme Blacking is made of pure nlcohol.
other liquid dressings are made of water
Water costs nothing. Alcohol is dear. Who
can show us how to make it without alcohc!
so that wecan make AcmeClackinc c1 c&j
as water dressing, or put it in fancy pack
ages like many of the water dressings, anil
then charge for the outside appearance in
stead of charging for the contents of the
WOLFF & RANDOLPH, Philadelphia,
ii the name of a paint of which 25c. bottle
is enough to make six scratched and dulled
cherry chairs look like newly finished ma
hoganies. It w ill do many other remarkable
hings which no other paint can do.
All retailers sell it.
SOLVED THE PKOBLEM.
The inventor of the New Scale Kim
ball Piano was overjoyed when he found
what a succeas he had made of it, and tne
above cut represents his feelings Have
you eXHmined these pianos? Do not
confouod them with, the old 6tenctled
make, but call and see the New Scale;
they are the finest in the Ian.. We have
just received a fine assortment in An
tique Otk, Bird's Eye Maple, Mahopanv.
Satin. Walnut, French Walnut and R se
Wood finish cases. Call early and see
the finest variety ever shown in the citv
of Rock Island.
D. Ecy Eowlbj, 172S Sec:ad Ave.
SW.M Oxi J.B-5T w TI
Billiard and Pool Parlors.
liavtne jnst furnished a fine Parlor uptairs and
eq'ii'i ped it with two of Brunswick Balke's
finest Billiard Tabies, also two fine Pool
IN THE CIGAR STORE
the finest line of imported and Domestic Cigars
and Tobacco in the market.
1S08 Second .Aventje.
tviiiwnf tran'ftivnc' to the skin. rtt
ffcU-s. anl '.liM-olorntioiiv
Mile tj- mi. iiri i'iMf-KlrwB"tf orutsvited for 60 cU
ill BtampB b
, t -V
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 Thursfhv -
wm a grand
tha Inn,!!.! W
the Unittd States, jr
garments can be deliver j l
whatever 13 new f,r
Misses and Chi'divn
A grand opportunity to I
a eeiecuon ot Spring Gar.
ments at low prices
THURSDAY, APRIL 7
Rock Island. Illinois.
Is the appropriate name applied to us bv our
FURNITURE and CARPETS
Largest assortment and latest shies. Inspect':
cordially invited by
CLEMANN & SALZM
The Money Savers.
POCKET KNIVES and SCISSORS took tie highest j r-mim
for quality." If yon want a good knife try one.
One need not be told what a nice present an ele.ant Carviu
Set like those I have to show will be. Also ihoef
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 made in Illinois for our soft coal an . 1 -very one
guaranteed. These are all good things to bin- at Christ mas or
any othej time. Come in an i see how mucli'l have to show yon
that is useful and novel in housekeeping good.
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
Cor. Third Ave. and Twentieth Street, Rotk It-land.
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 shies;
Three-Piece Suits, sizes 10 to 16, in 13 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 dark
and light colors. CHILDREN'S SUITS. J8c to $14.50. LONG PANTS SUITS, S2.25 to $22.00.
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 line 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. If you
want to clothe your boys and have them look neat and tidy, you will find it decidedly advantageous to
trade with the dependable
IRON CLAD AND