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THE AllGUS. WEDNESDAY APRLL 27, 18U2
Komekel Kus will tee you.
Komtkel Eus is a fanny fellow.
Komtkel Has wants to se you.
Jackets, blazers, reefers McCabe's.
Thursday jacket sale at McCabe
Moline is talking of an electric fire
William Moore, of Coal -Valley, was In
the city today.
P. H. Wyman, of Rockford. is visiting
friends in the city.
Dr. E. II. Bowman, of Andalusia, was
in the city today.
Thursday sale of jackets, reefers and
blazers at McCabe Bros'.
Attend the dancing school at Armory
kali on Satarday ereniog.
Bargains in jackets, blazers and reefers
Thursday at McCabe Bros'.
Great sale of jackets, blazers and reef
ers tomorrow at McCabe Bros.
Jackets, reefers, blazers McCabe
Bros'., Thursday specials, specials.
Thursday afternoon a big crowd will
see a big jacket sale at McCabe Bros.
First come, first served. "Thirty off"
will make 'em whirl at McCabe Bros.
Mrs. Margaret Eohn has returned
home from a visit to Sew York atd Chi
J. W. Welch left last night for Spring
field to attend the democratic state con
rienty of fresh eggs and butter for sale
at wholesale or retail at Beecher's- com
uacc.ga school with goc-d music at
Armory hall on Saturday evening. Go
and enjoy a pleasant evening.
Charles Moody, the popular motorman
on the Third avenue line, is back at his
post after a rive weeks lay oS with ill
Miss Belle Einsley, of Coal Valley,
passed through the city yesterday on her
way to Denver where she will make a
Anna Hamilton and Lou bmitn, two
soiled doves, were fined (3 and costs
each by Magistrate Wiyill this morning
for disorderly cooducL
That big lot of ladies' jackets, blczers
and reefers cow iu transit for McCabe
Bros', will be opened up this evening and
be placed on sale tomorrow "30 off."
Milan comes to the front with one of
the first fish stories of the season. Some
young men while on the dam there Sun
day succeeded in landing a 50 pound
xua cat. I cats pretty gooa lor a
The 4-a:onths-old infant child of Mrs
Amelia Scbaab, of St. Louis, died at the
residence of Rev. A. C. Mennicke, on
Twentieth street yes"erdy. The funeral
occurs from the residence of Rev. Men
nicke at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon.
Have you dene your papering yet? To
you intend to this spring? If so go ii-
rect to Sutcline. the leading wa 1 paper
nerch&nt in the three cities, and place
your order. He has the largest and most
complete lice ever shown west of Chica
In response to a telegram to a large
cloak and jacket manufacturer on Mon
day, McCabe Bros, received the follow
ins reply: "nave tntppea you toav a
large lot of jackets 33 off." ' These
goods will be received this evening and
be on sale Thursday.
A horse attached to one of Weckel's
delivery wagons, took fright on Second
avenue just after noon today and dashid
through Market square and collided with
a waeon belonging to W. J. Dodge,
spilling the occupants and mixing things
up generally, but doing no serious dam
age. G. O. Hackstaedt has in his employ
one of tne best upholsterers ever em
ployed in Rock Island. Heisamanwto
thoroughly understands his business, hav
ing had 20 years experience, and anyote
who wants a fine parlor suite handsomely
finished, will do well to call and place
an order with him.
Salved the problem a dollar saved is a
dollar msda. To save the dollars buy
your wall paper at Sutclif eV; he will save
dollars for you. as he buys direct from
the factory in large quantities and buys
for cash, and takes all the ditcounts. Do
aot fail to call on him before purchasing
elsewhere and be convinced.
Improvements which will be quite ex
tensive were begun in the Rock Island
house this morning. The former sample
room will he made into a reading room,
and 'he house will be newly papered
throughout by the Adams Wall Paper
Company. A tile floor will alto be put
in the corridor on the Second floor.
Chief Clerk James R. Stretch, of the
Kimball bouse of Davenport, and Miis
Mary R; an, also of that place, were uni
ted in n arriage in the Rock Island house
parlors late last night, Magistrate H. C.
Wivill delating. County Clerk Eohler
was bro Jght down to issue the licenie,
and the good magistrate was roused from
his comfortable couth, and the whole af
fair teetied somewhat of the romantic.
Charles Buford, the 16 -year old son of
Mj. L. M. Buford and wife, met with a
painful though not serious accident on
Monday. He was engaged in loading a
23-calibx revolver when in some way the
weapon was discharged and the bullet
passed through the fleshy part of the right
hand be' ween .the thumb and index finger.
Dr. Luce wig was called and dressed the
injuted hand which is now getting along
nicely, and it is thought that nothing
serious 'till result from the unfortunate
A !. taive t'atwi a fire at the
Rral4 aee f j.h. Elliot Mae
troth Street This MriaK.
An all rm of fire turned in at 8:30
o'clock this morning, called the depart
mcnt to ihe 2-story frame residence at
412 Nintteenth street, owned by Miss
Minnie Harnett and occupied by J. M
Elliott. The department responded in
excellent time and fonnd the kitchen in
the rear of the building and an adjaceal
barn belonging to M. Schnell, in fltmes
i nree streams were immediately put on
and in a few moments they had the fire
under co atrol, but not until tbe whole
barn had been badly burned acd the hard
seasoned lumber and sash stored therein
had bee i damaged considerably. Tte
barn and lumbir were insured in Hodg
son's agency, and the loss will probably
not excee J 600 to t S00 .
Tee fi-e originated from a gasoline
stove which El ward dlliott had just fil.S
ed in the kitchen of their residence. He
had finished filling it and bad just lit it
when sorxe of the oil which had run over
ignited acd an instant later it was en
veloped in flmes. Mr. Elliott acd other
members of the fazily tried to extingu
ish the fliues, but it was Impossible, and
in the meantime someone turned in ac
Th prompt rrival of the department
and some "vors by willing neighbors kept
tbe fire confined to the kitchen, and ju
dicious u;e of water by the firemen
showed th it it was not necssaty to flood
the whole house to .keep the fire within
bounds. Tbe loss there will be nominal,
and will p:obably not exceed f ISO.which
is covered by insurance. Mrs Elliott,
who hasbten ill for some time, was some
what weakened by the shock and was re
moved to a neighbor's house.
Edward Elliott had his hands badly
burned in trying to ex'ingr.igh the flames
before the arrival of the departmen , but
nothing seiious will result.
Eomekcl Kus watch the date.
A Victory hr Bock It. acd.
Properly adjusted spectacles and eve-
glasses are something tbat Rock Island
has long bten in need of.
Prof. H. Hirschberg. the well known
opticUn of 029 Olive street, St. Lsuis,
has appointed T. H. Taomis agent for
his celebrated diamond and non-change
able spectacles and eje-elssses. where a
complete assortment can always be found:
those in ne d of properly adjusted spec
tacles and tye-gl&sses should avail them
selves of this opportunity. Examination
of eyes free of charge.
Th Eirt.1 Towtr of Toi.et ArUcict.
318.574 bottles B ush of Roses sold in
1890. You know I could not have sold
so much if Blush of Roses was not as
represented, sure cure for pimples
freckles and blickheads. In 189 J I pre
diet it will e sold by every druggist, and
used by ever lady and gentleman in tbe
Unittd S;at s. T. H. Thomas will suoi
ply you at 75 cents per bottle.
Tsnt hp hfftiltif n! !" .cinn.ilv nno
bears this expression, as a lady with a
strikingly lovely complexion Dasses alons
tbe street. Certainly! she uses the fa
mous Blush of Roses, manufactured by
Miss Flora A. Jones, South Bend. Ind.
Supplied by T. H. Thomas. Price 75
ceniu per uoiue.
What is score attractive than a pretty
ace with af-esb. bright comnxinn? Fn-
it,use Pozzoni's Powder.
Call np telephone No. 1055 for stock in
tbe Exposition association.
Staunch tbijis ttr!k and founder, the fierce
winds and mountainous wavta cweep noble
mariner' "hatrts of oik" to fhjpwreck and to
death, yet that toes not prevent tb iabberliett
landman from risking bit life on the atormiT At
lantic In tbe ro. e of tourist or commercial traveler.
Bat if be thai reach hit dtitinMion tafet; he will
scarcely bare etcaped tome of tbe qntimtoftea
tickneM,anetthe Uket with htm Hot tetter!
Sumach Bitters that 'Elmitable peclDc for nan-
tea. Bad water on lonztriDt are a threat to the
voyager, bat tlilt may be deprived in a great
male in il in-Turi tutc turiB upun Ule suim-
aco. Dowt-M anc liver or we meter. Against the
oreiadieal effect of malaria, bad diet. rati?., and
exDosare it Is also efflcarioos. It avert, mora
over, rneamatis s and kidney complaint. Doat
THE STATE DEMOCRAT V.
The Great Convention Assembled
The Itenalt f the Elevraith IHetrlet
t'aacaa-Eatka-ia-ni and the
Springfield, April 27. The state
capital is full of democrats, and great en
thusiasm and no li'tle excitement pre
vails. Tbe caucus of tie Eleventh con
gressional district resulted in the follow
ing recommendations: For the committee
on resolutions, Hon. E W. Durst; for
state central committeeman, J. W. Potter;
elector, J. 11. Hanley. Delegates to the
national convention Guy O. Scott, of
Mercer; Truman Plantz. of Hancock; al
ternates, M J. McLmry and M. Huottoo.
Tbe state convention convened at 2
o clock this afternoo wiih Judge Wil
liams as chairman. The indications con
tinue to favor Altgeld for governor.
Onaaka mm Retara.
April 28. 29 and 30 the C. R. I. & P,
Ry. will sell tickets to Omah with
return good until June 1 at ra'e of one
fare for round trip on account nt general
quadrennial conference of the M. E
church F. H. Tlcmmer. ticket sgent.
Publication noti ?e.
STATU OV ILLINOIS, i
KOCK ISLANDl'OrKTT, f
To the Jane Term, A. D. 19. ol the County Oaf.
Sarah K. King, a.imln's ratrix of the date of
Kl za llamerlT. drA.-l th tit ..n..r t..i.
Ham- r!y. Jame- llameriy, John llam'eily. Jacob
nanuT'y. i emaa tiiccnf, Jnila Kains Levin
Martinnal.-, v'lvdc Uerrirk. h'daa till Ma-ec-m-y
Edward II. Govt r ami Marion K. Svre" y,
fi-ncianti". I'et.Loa tor ortlvr to .:'.! rial -taic
to p iv debts.
To the above named defeud.n's.Frank Ilami rlr.
Jmce llami-r , John llan.triy ana Civile 11,'r-tlck.
Affiiiav i of jnar non-ri'ii1cnee harirg
uvea iijcj in tne otnee of the clt ik
of the toanty court of said Kock UI
aml county, no ice ia hereby given lo you and
each of y .u tha: the aiid pc itioner. "arah K.
Kin, tsadmin'rtratrtxof the e--titcof Eliia li .m
lv. dcceaetl, haa fiied her petition in the aai.1
county court aca:rlt yen and aaid par ir tbntc
named as defendants, for an order to sell the prem
ises helotKios to he estate of said deceased, or
I o roach of it as rr ay be needed t par neb-s of
said dece-scd and de.-cribed as follows, to-wit :
Lot numner seven ? In b'oc number two (41.
in bat part of the city f Kock Island known and
cailcj Mcnt tts add-.tion. situated in the county
of Kock Island ard s ale of Illinois: a d thtt a
summons has been i-aueii out of id c urt ejainst
you, r.tnrnablc at the June term. A. U. lssi. of
said comt, to tte holden on. the hret Von ay of
June, A I). I94. at the court house in Kock Isl
and, in said Rock Island count v.
Soar, nnkss you. tbe said" Frank Ilamerlv,
James llamcrly. John Ilamerly and t'luc Hi r
ick. shall personally be and at. pear tit fore the s.iid
county court oa the first day of said term thereof,
atd flea.!, answer or demur to the said
petilition fil d therein, the same and the matters
SLd things there. n charged and stated ill be
;aken as coafeed. aid ad cree enteied axo d
lni: to the praverof said bill.
Dated ai Rock Island, Illinois, Ap-il 47th, l9i
HJLMiR KOI1LEK. L'lcrk.
("has L. Walker. Pet tioncr's Solicitor.
dmixistrator's notic a
Estate of Henry Housman. fcceasel.
The undersik-red bavins been ai pointed admin-
tor of the estate of Hcnrv iiou man.
late of the county of Rock Island. ii.
of Illinois deceased., hereby frlves notice that b
will apiear before the ciunty court of Kock
Island county, at the office of tbe clerk of sal.
court, in the city of Rock Island, at the Jrly
term, on the first Monday in July real
atwhicb time all persons having claims sxa n r
said estate atre notified and requested to attend
forthepurpose of havine tbe same adjusted. A"!
persons indented to said estate are requested :
mase immediate payment to the ondervicneu.
Dated this iiith daro Apr 1, A D. ls!
J. R. jbaNSro.S, Administrator.
Swift's Specific ii the best spring'medi
cine, because it assists nature to throw off the
:njpurities of the blood by its prompt action
c n the skin, and at the same time tones up
the entire organism. This is just contrary to
the effect of the various potash, mercury, sar
saparilla mixtures, which bottle tip the impu
rities in the system, thus producing much
sickness and suffering. Therefore, for a
you cannot do better than to take a few bottles
of S. S. S.
"As a physician, I have prescribed and
used S. S. S. in my practice as a spring tonic,
and for blood troubles, and have been very
successful. I never nsed a remedv which
gave such general satisfaction to myself and
my patients." L, B. Ritchv, M. D.
M acker, Ind.
Treatise on blood and skin diseases mailed free.
SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. A; acta, Ga.
Stoves and Ranges,
1615 an! 1617 Second Avemi
New styles of
D. BOY BOEBY'S,
1726 Second Ave.
Billiard and Pool Parlors.
liavtne jnst furnished a fine Parlor nptaira and
equipped it with two of Brcnswick 4 Balke's
finest Billiard Tables, also two Sue Pool
IN THE CIGAR STORE
the flneat line of Imported and Domestic Cigars
and Tobacco In the market.
1808 Second Avenue.
IWI C J NTIRE
An advantageous pur
chase of ginghams en
ables as to offer one caBe
of handsome dress styles,
former price 12$c cents,
9 1 -2 Cents.
One case challies go this
Nw challies in haf Wr,M
sale Monday. Hav. J0
the new effects in all woolcK?
lies-Bedford challies c
challies, etc , if not we vji?
pleased to show them.
Crocodile all wool doth, ,
saie Monday morning
Towels-Here's a bargain.
One lot aUall-liuen fine damask
towels never before so df. r
than 25c, this wer-k for
1 9 Cents.
No more can hai
these are gone.
Rock Island. Illinois.
ALL THIS WEEK
WE PLACE ON
All Our Lace Curtains
Our $2 curtains at $1250. Others in proporti;
CLEMANN & SALZMANN
1525 and 1527
124, 126 and 12?
DOCKET KNIVES and SOTRSORS tnnk ih hicrh-sr T.rm
for quality. If yon want a good knife try one.
One need not be told what a
Set like those I have to show will be. Also those
Gold Medal Carpet Sweepers.
Every woman that kppns hons wants nn Wr, wc-V Iron
finish Fire Sets and Irons.
Acorn Stoves and Ranges
are the leaders made in Illinois for our soft coal and every one
gnarant-ed. These are all conr. rhino- tn hnv ar Chrisraia? or
any other time. Come in and see how much I have to show yon
that is usefal and novel in housekeeping goods.
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
Cor. Third Ave. and Twentieth Street, Rock Tlani
Used In Millions of Homes 40 Yeats the Standard.
Suits that are neat.
Suits that will not fade.
Suits that are free from shoddy.
Suits that will wear well.
Suits that fit well.
Suits that are well made.
Men's sizes 34 to 44 at
Positively the best suits for the price you ever saw. Sale commences Saturday, April 16.
Excellent Bargains in Lades' Shoes. Big Bargains in Boys' Suits.