Newspaper Page Text
TELE - ARGUS. MOIST) AT. MAY 2. 1892
Regular monthly council meeting this
"Aloce in London" at the theatre to
J. C Adams came down from Chicago
G. Schneider, of Taylor Ridge, was in
the ci'y today.
Soap, soap, soap by the cake or box at
Rev. Thomas Mackin left this morning
for Omaha on business.
Handkerchiefs at a song this week at
McCabe Bros. See adv.
A big, new line of jackets, reefers and
wraps at McCabe Bros.
Prize bargains in handkerchiefs this
week at McCabe Bros.
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Young, of Beards
town, spent Sunday in the city.
The celebrated Buttermilk soap 7c per
cake this week at McCabe Bros.
Henry C. Scott of Kansas City, is in
the city on a few days' visit to friends.
The spectacular drama, "Alone in Lou
don," at Harper's theatre tomorrow eve ¬
A back bar and fixtures can be had
eheap by calling at 810 Case street, Dav
enport. Louis May returned Saturday night
from his four weeks' visit east improved
Miss Charlotte Ken worthy left this
morning to resume her school duties at
Luge, fancy silk handkerchiefs were
50c, price cat in two 25c for this week
at McCabe Bros.
J. J. Reimers arrived from Chicago
Saturday night for the purpose of ac
companying his family to Chicago.
Por Rent A restaurant with accom
modations for 25 or 30 boarders. Apply
to George Schnfer. 1603 Second avenue.
All the latest paterns of wall paper can
be found at George Sutcliffe's. the lead
ing wall paper merchant in the three
Have you done your papering yei? If
not call at Sutcliffe's and see all the latest
patterns that are just out before purchas
Now is your time to buy wall paper
and the place to buy it cheap is at George
Sutcliffe's. He has the largest and best
selected stock in the three cities.
This morning Driffell & Gleim suc
ceeded to the proprietorship of the gro
eery so long owned by C. C. Truesdale,
and tomorrow morning will open with a
nrsi class stock ot groceries, etc.
Mrs. Frank McDonald, of Davenport,
called this morning to thank The A bo us
for the return of ber young son who ieft
some weeka ago, the lad having been
found through request for information
concerning him made in The Abgus not
Delegates to the republican state cons
vention, Springfield, 111., are requested
to he on hand to take the Tuesday morn
ing train on the Rock Island & Peoiia
railway leaving at 8.-05.
Charles Vanloo, a Moline Belgian, while
in a rage, threw his daughter, Elizabeth
down a flight of stairs yesterday, and the
Cirl sustained injuries from which she
During the storm Saturday night light
ning struct a telephone pole near the
corner of Sixteenth street and Sixth ave
nue shattering the glass in several win
dow sashes in the residence of S. Berk
son, but doing no other damage.
C. G. Lambert, for sometime past cash
ier in the American Express company's
office here, has been transferred to Dav
enport and will be succeeded by D. K.
Brown, of Freeport, who arrived in the
city on Saturday evening to eport for
During the heavy rain last evening a
passenger train on the Bureau and Peo
ria division ran into a washout near Bu
reau, telescoping the engine and several
coaches. None of the passengers were
seriously hurt, but Engineer Miller, who
was cangbt in the crash, is said to have
been seriously Injured.
Itirs. Eunice Mill, wife of James Mill,
died at her home in Barstow yesterday
morn'ng at 4 o'i lock, of stomach trouble,
aged 50 years. She bed been sick only a
week, and leaves besides a husband one
daughter, Mrs. Fred Dempsey, of this
city. The funeral occurs from her late
borne in Barstow tomorrow afternoon at
Assessor J. H. Cleland has appointed
Gilbert Bowen and J. L. Freeman as his
assistants, and the work of assessing was
beun today. Mr. Cleland will hereafter
be in bis office every Friday and Saturday
aftornoons and evenings in order to give
everyone who is dissatisfied with his as
seeeaieot a chance to make it known be
fore it is t03 late.
The democratic convention of Scott coun
ty 8 aturdav selected delegates to the state
and congressional convention. The del
ega'es l the state convention are instruc
ted for Judge Nathaniel French for delegate-
to the national convention, and for
Boi:a for president, and those to the con
gressional convention for the renomina
tion of Judge Walter I. Hayes.
Frederick E Wright died at his home,
202 Fifth avenue, at 10:20 o'clock this
morning of double pneumonia, aged
nea ly 57 years. Mr. Wright was born
atEackett's Harbor, N. Y., and came
west and settled in Rock Island in 1866,
resi ling here continuously since. He had
only been sick about six days. The fun
eral occurs from the late home on Fifth
avenue Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Mrs. Eatherine Herkert cave her
many friends a farewell party at Turner
ball on Saturday evening, the occasion
being her retirement from the manage
ment of the hall. About 35 couples were
presont and indulged in dancing, etc.
during the evening, and at midnight Mrs,
Herl ert served one of her delicious sup
pers . The entertainment was a very
agreeable one, and enjoyed by everyone
Tcday was the time set by the Plumbers'
union for the new scale of wages to go
isto effect. Under the new scale journey
men plumbers are to receive a uniform
rate of $3 per day, with nine hours for a
day's work and eight hours on Saturday,
Jobb:r8 are to be paid not lees than f 3
per day, over time to be paid for at the
rate of time and a half. All the plumbing
firms here have agreed to the new scale,
and all the men in the three cities are at
work except those in the employ of the
Oaveiport Steam Heating company, it so
far hiving refused to assent to the agreement.
CIRCUIT COUiiT CONVENES
The Hay Terns of (he Rof k Inland
t'enaty Clrrnlt Court la Session
The Uraid Jury.
Judge Pleasants convened the circuit
court at 2 o'clock this afternoon and
swore in the grand jury, William Sears
being appointed foreman, and they in
connection with State's Attorney Stur
geon i t once began their labors. The
first p mel of the petit jury was then dis
missed until tomorrow morning when
Judge Glenn will open court. The fol
lowing; are the grand jurymen:
Conlovi Charles George.
Coe George Genuue.
Came Creek J. M. Martin.
Por. Byron D . Y. AUsbrow.
Zun.a James B. Walker.
Hampton Auttust Wi'.ke.
Mol ne O. Lester. Cnarles Rodelius,
E. A. Blackman.
8ou.h Moline Jacob Weaver.
Roc j Island George E. Bailey, Wil
liam Brooks, George Schneider, Jr., J. J.
Sou h Rock Island William Sears.
Black Hawk J. B. Haislip.
Coal Valley Thomas Lee, Sr.
Rural J. W.Cildwell.
Bowling Hugh Walker.
Edg ngton Gideon Haskell.
Buflilo Prairie William Kistler.
AnrHlasia Alocz? Mosher.
Drury Louis Hess man.
Fat.U Accident -er Cambridge.
John Peterson, a Swedish citizen of
Cambridge, waa run down on Saturday
evening by the evening passenger over
the Ro:k Island & Peoria road, due here
at 7:30 p.m. When about five miles
this si Je of Cambridge, Engineer Miller
saw a man walking along the track, com
ing dirjetly toward his engine. Both the
engineer and fireman did their best to
alarm the man by ringing the bell and
sounding the whistle, but he paid no at
tention to either and was struck a mo
ment lt.ter and instantly killed. He was
about ( 0 years of age and is supposed to
have boen under the influence of liquor
when the accident occurred.
A Victory far Bock Island.
Properly adjusted spectacles and eye
glasses are something that Rock Island
baa Ion been in need of.
Prof. H. Hirschberg, the well known
optician of 629 Olive street St. Louis,
has appointed T. H. Thomas agent for
his celebrated diamond and non-changeable
sp-.-ctacles and eye-glasses, where a
complex assortment can always be found;
those In need of properly adjusted spec
tacles and eye-glasses should avail them
selves c f this opportunity. Examination
of eyes free of charge.
Omaha and Retarn.
April 28. 20 and 30 the C. R. I. & P,
Ry. will sell tickets to Omaha with
return i.'ood until June 1 at rate of one
fare for round trip on account of general
quadrennial conference of the M. E
church. F. H.PLtnnt kb. ticket agent
Its Excellent Qualities
Comme id to public approval the Cali
fornia 1 quid firuit remedy Syrup of Figs.
It is pie asing to the eye, and to the taste
ni by acting geutly on the kidneys, liver
and bocels it cleanses the system effect
ually, thereby promoting the health and
comfort ov ' who use it.
am. B a kin
Used in Millions of Homes; 40 Years the Standard.
to select from. Why pay 40 cents
to ft. 00 for which yon can
get tor 10 cents at
C. C. TAYLOR,
1717 SecoLd Avenue.
To call yonr attention to a few facts:
Tonr eresietat is priceless the eyes need cood
care: improper spectacles are iilorions, yon
should rot trnst your eyesight to irresponsible
peddlers of cheap spectacles.
H D. FOLSOM
la a Practical Optician, and will laic pains to
pmpenj ui yonr cyea ior every acicci or vision
and will guarantee a perfect fit in every case.
Stoves and Ranges,
1615 and 1617 Second Avenue.
New styles of
If the lines in this diamond ficur do not
appear equally black in all the different
uiunaiuns, it inaicaies a aeieci ci signt
that causes nervous head-ache and should
bo corrected at once. Eyes tested free
H. 0. FOLSOM,
Jeweler and Optician.
We are now ready to serve
you with a delicious dish of
cream. Orders for parties
promptly pttended to.
W. TREFZ & CO,,
2223 Fourth Ave.
In the Spring i
In the vegetable kingdom, the sap or vital
fluid rises from the roots to the trunk and
branches, producing leaf and flower. So in
the human family, the change is as great, for
the blood, if not in good condition, must
throw off its impurities. In this it is neces
sary to assist nature, and nothing is so good to
CLEANSE THE BLOOD
as Swift's Specific It helps nature to relieve
the body, and r.t the same time tone it up. .
Mr. Ralph El kins lives at Marionsville,
Mo., and is a successful farmer. He says
that he has been a great sufferer from impuri
ties of the blood, which made his limbs stiff
and rave him rain in the Inntrv. hut tlisf Tim
took Swift's Specific and it soon relieved him
1 realise on blood and skin diseases mailed
free. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga.
D. ROY BOWLBY'S,
1726 Second Ave.
Base Ball Headquarters. -
An advantageous pur
chase of ginghams en
ables us to offer one case
of handsome dress styles,
former price 12c cents,
9 1-2 Cents.
One case challies go thiB
New challies in half won
sale Monday. Have ycT
the new effects in all wool 2
lies-Bedford challies. or 71
challies, etc, if not we wmt
pleased to 6how them.
Crocodile all wool doth, 0
sale Monday morning
Towels-Here's a bargain.
One lot all all-linen fine damask
towels never before bo' d for L
than 25c, this week for
xt 1 9 Cents.
ISo more can be had wua
these are gone.
Rock Island. Illinois.
ALL THIS WEEK
WE PLACE ON
All Our Lace Curtains
Our $2$ curtains at $1250. Others in proportion.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN
1525 and 1527
124, 126 and 12S
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hnd the finest brands of domestic
and imported ciuarg. All brands of tobacco.
The score of all the ball games will be received
L. GLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
J8T8 Second aye
POCKET KNIVES and SfiTSSORS rnnV ih
lor quality. If you want a good knife try one.
One need not be told what a nice present an elecant Carra
uc muse Jiavo 10 snow wm De. Also tnose
Gold Medal Carpet Sweepers.
Every woman that keeps house wants one. Wrought Iroi
finish Fire Sets and Irons.
Acorn Stoves and Ranges
are the leaders made in Illinois for our soft coal and every one
guaranteed. These are all good things to buy at Christmas-or
any other time. Come in and see how much I have to 6howyon
that is useful and novel in housekeeping goods.
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
Cor. Third Ave. and Twentieth Street, Rock Tglani
. & K.
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.
silent Bargains in Ladies' Shoes. Big Bargains in Boys' Si