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THE AKGUS. MONDAY. MAY 16, 1892
Call at the May grocery.
Kid clove event at McCabe Bros.'
Fresh strawberries at the May grocery.
Fre3h eggs sold by the case at Beech
er's. John Crubaugh has returned from his
Choice table butter sold cheap by the
jar at Beecher's.
Good cooking butter sold cheap by the
jr at Beecher's. '
Mrs. F. L. Bliss has returned from her
vibit to Racine, Wis. .
This will be kid glove week at McCabe
Bros.' Make a note.
Bargain sale of kid gloves this week at
McCabe Bros.' Call early.
Mr. and Mrs. John Bollman, of Jacks
sonville, are visiting in the city.
Joseph Miller came down from Chicago
and spent Sunday with his parents.
Col. A.. R. BufEngton, of Rock Island
Arsenal, has gone east on army duties.
Henry Bronbrock, of Omaha, is in the
eity visiting a few days with friends.
Mrs. George V. Cash has returned
from her extensive visit to the scuth.
v Fresh spinach, asparagus, tomatoes,
radishes and onions at the May grocery.
The Rock Island city council meets in
regular semi-monthly session this eve
ning. Mrs. C. E. Farrell and little daughter
and Miss Mary Costello are visiting in
Charles Buford returned to Chicago
last night after spending a couple of days
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Fleming leave to
morrow evening for San Jose, Cal., to
spend the summer.
All the "Mother" patent lacing kid
gloves will be sold at $1 per pair this
week at McCabe Bros'. ' "
To Rent A good brick barn, rear of
Second avenue between Thirteenth and
Fourteenth streets, by Loosley & Knowl
ton. Moline raised 500 mare for the Colum
bian Fourth of J uly celebration this morn
ing. Rock Island had better be getting a
H. D. Mack has returned from Boston
to which city he was summoned on the
sad mission of.attendiug the funeral of
E len, the infant daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. M. G. Mills, of South Rock Island,
fell off a bed yesterday afternoon and sus
tained a fracture of the arm.
Assassination of Lincoln and capture of
Booth by Lieut. Baker who led the party
that captured Booth, at the First Baptist
church Friday evening, May 20.
Two large boxes for packages, news
papers, etc., arrived this morning. Oae
will be placed at the corner of Tenth and
Third and one at Moline avenue and Elm
A kid glove event this week at Mo
Cabe Bros'. Monday at 50s, Tnesday 45c,
Wednesday 40c, Thursday 35c, Fiidaj
SOc, and balance of what may be left go
on Saturday at 253 per pair.
A lady or gentleman of business turn,
with $50 capital, can find a profitable in
vestment by inquiring at room 46, Rock
Island house, city, on Wednesday morn
ing between 9:3) and 18 o'clock.
Tbe funeral of Rose A., little daughter
ef Mr. and Mrs. George Savadge, occurred
from St. Joseph's church yesterday after
noon and was attended by) a large num
ber of sympathizing friends of the be
County Treasurer Campbell today ap
pointed J. N. Huntoon deputy collector
of the personal tax and he will enter upon
his duties at once. Mr. Campbell de
sires that all be ready to giye Mr. Hun
toon the proper reception on his arrival
The articles of incorporationjfor the
Minute Freezar company, of Moline, were
filed for record Saturday. The object of
the company is to manufacture and deal
in ice cream freezers. The capital stock
is 11,000, and the incorporators are W.
E. To'les. John D. Cady and R. K. Swan.
The street car company had a force of
men engaged yesterday straightening,
strengthening and extending the double
tract on Moline avenue east of Thirty
eighth street, in order to avoid as far as
possible any delay to tbe contractors
pushing the pavement through to tie
On last Thursday Miss Lillie May Hen
dren was united in marriage to Dr.JJ. F.
Duncan, of Duncan, Kentucky, at the
residence of her uncle, James Hendren,
- by Rsy- Wesley Graham, grand father of
tbe groom. Tbe groom's father was the
bride's father, 8. B. Hendren's, school
teacheryeara ago, and was a major in the
16th Kentucky volunteers.
Ed we r J Lieberknecht, who for eight
years has been one of Rock Island's most
active young business men, bas disposed
of his insurance business to Hurst & Don
aldson and the latter part of the week
will eave for Chicago, which city is to
be his borne hereafter. Ed. has hosts of
warm friends in Rock Island who will
deeply regret his departure from tbe city,
but vhesebest wishes will attend him in
his f inure business associations.
Aricles of incorporation of the 'Tway
Athletic and Sporting News" company
were filed with tbe Scott county recorder
Saturlay. The incorporators are C.
Newt?n Wilson, Edward Collins, Charles
Waldonburg, R. W. Cram and A. Cat
tell, Jr. These will constitate the board
of directors until the first annual election,
and the first three gentlemen named will
he respectively president, vice president
ifil secretary of the new corporation
da inf; the same length of time. Tbe
capita stock of tbe company is placed at
$10,0(0. divided into shares of $10 each.
It will take hold of the present weekly
journal, Toblique, issued by Messrs. Wil
son & Waidenourg. wnich on June 1 will
appear under a new title.
May 12 Peter Simmon to Nancy J
Wright, w lot 7, block S, Edwards' add.
S A Ljnde et al to Ann Tobin, lot 9.
block 3 C F Lynda's addition, Rock Isl
mmD Velie to Henry Eberle. lot 18.
block 2, Yelie's add. Rock Island, $250.
A W Wadsworth to E H Guyer. tract
in nwl bwI.4. 17, lw, f3.0O
S E Roberts et al by commissioner to
Simeon E Roberts, Be J and nt j 25, 17,
4w, and loU5, block 105. and lot 10.
block 7i, Andalusia, $1,647.
13 Cinstance K Guyer to George W
Walker, lots 3 and 4. block 4. Columoia
Park. M Uine. $300.
Willis n Jackson to Otto Brimberg, lots
5 and 6, Alday's Second addition to East
Rock Isl mil to Moline.
Otto Brimberg to Gust Brimberg, andi
vided lots 5 and 6. block 2, Alday's
Second a Idition to East Rock Island to
Davenport & Rock Island Railway
company to Gust Brimberg, lots 5 and 6,
block 2. llday 8 Second addition E ist
Rock Island to Moline, $1.
Ignatz Uuber et al to P G VnHoor
back, lot 54. Huber & Peetz's addition to
Rock Island, $700
f he Couldn't Recover.
A long '.laired, hairy faced, large foot
ed native of the Grand River swamps,
after having made fires in winter and
swept out in sninmer in a country law
yer's offict for seven or eight years, was
by an indulgent court admitted to the
bar. He located at K , a little conn'
ty seat, and began trying to practice.
A young v-oman whom an old gentle
man had taken in her infancy to his
home and reared as his own child sued
his estate for the value of her services
during tha time she had lived in his
The widow was executrix, and em
ployed our Grand river tyro as counsel,
along with a fairly good lawyer. In
looking up authorities on the case, the
good lawyer read one to his co-connsel.
which held in such cases "that the de
cedent stood in loco parentis to ihe
child, and .services could not be recoV'
ered for unless there had been a special
contract for pay." And this seems to
be the law in most of the states. The
Grand river ian made the opening arsu
ment, and undertook to quote from the
authority iii question to the probate
court, "Viby, tar," said he, "this old
man was a locust in parenthesis to this
girl, and she can't recover in this 6uit."
How It Affected Illtu.
"Speaking of marriage, Mr. Larimer,'
remarked It iss Manchester, although
the conversation had not touched that
topic, "I rea 1 the othar day of a civil
magistrate in New York city who mar
ried fourteen couples in twenty min
"Indeed," replied Larimer; "that was
at the unprecedented rate of forty-two
knots an hour. Pittsburg Chronicle,
Doing the Trick.
"I say, old t happie, how is it you con
trive to be invited out everywhere dur
ing the carnival?"
"This is how the trick is worked. I set
out a report tl at 1 intend going out of
town for that eriod. Folks then say to
themselves, 'Ve can invite him sure
enough, for he won't come in any case.'
Of course 1 sti.y at home and accept all
the invitations. Kuche.
Be Couldn't Survive It.
"Another magazine suicide V
"A rejected iioet?"
"No; the editor himself. While he
was absent in Europe a genuine poem
got in the magi zine and the blow killed
hum. Atlanta Constitution.
Frightful Shipwrecks. '
Staunch chips strike and founder, the fierce
winds and mounUinoos wave sweep noble
mariners' "hearts o f oik" to phpwreck and to
death, yet that does not prevent the lubberlieet
landsman from risk! lg his life on the stormy At
lantic in the role of t wrist or commercial traveler.
But if he shall react his destination afelye will
scarcely have escape 1 some of the qualms ot sea
sickness, unless he lakes with him Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters, tha; inimitable specific for nau
sea. Bad water on 1 me trips are a threat to the
voyager, but this n ay be deprived in a great
measure or its disora jnng tnecie upon tne stom
ach, bowels and liver by tbe Bitters, t gainst tbe
prcjudieal effects of malaria, bad diet, fatigae and
exposure it is also efficacious. It averts, more
over, rheumatism and kidney complaint. Don't
travel on sea or land mtnoui lu
Ingenious Mr. Jones. .
Now, Jones lie writ a story of a blamed supe
In fact, a stronger story would be pretty hard
lie read it to his friends, which tbe same it
In private Jones himself admitted it couldn't
But with the periodicals his story seemed to
Each time it came a-riding back on the next
And the editor of The Monthly Snore turned
up his nose in scorn.
And sent a note advising Jones to stick to hoe
Then Jones, he cursed, these worthy men in a
way that was a sight;
Be freely charged they'd not the brains to last
them over night.
And of The Snore's conductor he took occa
sion to assert
That the critter didn't know enough to ache
when he was hurt.
Vet still the story wouldn't sell, though offered
far and wide.
But Jones was not the fellow long to stand uioa
"She's rfrfect. but I'll alter 'er," the rising
For a literary man, Jones has a decidedly long
So Jones he tossed aside his coat and tousled
up his hair.
Pulled off his cuffs and got his pen and dropped
into his chair.
Yanked down his perfect story from its place
upon the shelf
And rewrote it in a dialect Le couldn't read
Then to the brilliant Monthly Snore he sent
the same as new.
Within two hours these glorious words were
spread in Jones' view:
"Dear Mr. Jones, we greatly lino 'OV Kob's'n's
And beg that you herewith will find inclosed
our cashier's check."
Yes, Jones he writ a story! and he kept on
Till he's got the job of editing the able Month
But ho keeps 'cm all in dialect that never can
be read ,
For a literary man Jones has a decidedly long
New York Tribune.
After the grip Hood's Sarsaparilla will
restore your strength and health, and ex
pel every trace of poison from the blood.
His. E. 3. RowBll, Hedford, Mass., says her
mother has been cured of Scrofula by the use
of four bottles of rTP?71 after having had
much other treat- 2ii22al ment, and being
reduced to quite a low condition of health, as it
was thought she could not live.
Cured my little boy
peared all over h
a year I had
given up all hope
I was YwCJ" induced
A few bo tttes cured him, and no
symptoms of the disease remain.
Mas. T. L. Mathers, Matbervfl le, Miss.
Our book oa Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free.
Swift specific Co.. Atlanta. r..
Largest, Finest and BEST LINE in the Tri-cities.
DPrices G-uaranteed Lower than the Lowest.
One Pair will OUTWEAR TWO of any other make.
The Leonard Cleanable
Quick Meal Gasoline
Stoves, guaranteed to have
Call and examine. Sold only
1615 and 1617 Second Avenue.
New styles of
D. ROY BOWLBY'S,
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
I . .lifts
Hi!' i h
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the finest brands of domestic
and imported cicar. All brands of tobacco.
Tbe score of all the ball games will be received
L. GLOCKHOFP, Prop.,
1& 8 Second Ave.
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riff ay j y
M C ! NTIRE
One case Standard Prints
These are not the cheap
trash usually sold at 4
l-2c, but are "regular 6
l-2c goods. Quantity
limited to each custom
Hock Island. Illinois.
ALL SIZES AND ALL PRICES.
Smyrna Rugs, 36x72 inches, at :5.00.
" 30x60 " at 1AM.
" 26x54 " at 1.52.
This sale lasts for 10 days and the prices are for
cash only. Call early while the
STOCK IS COMPLETE.
1525 and 1527
POCKET KNIVES and SCISSORS took the highest premium
for quality. If you want a good knife try one.
One need not be told what a nice present an elegant Caning
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 made in Illinois for our soft coal and every one
guaranteed. These are aU good things to buy at Christmas or
any other time. Come in and see how much I have to 6liow yon
that is useful and novel in housekeeping goods.
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
Cor. Third Ave. and Twentieth Street, Rock Teland.
Some interesting fabri
large lot of Ribbons.
5, 7, at 3 cents n... .
9. 12. 1R ,.s "
cradft nf ki v. v. " a m
v. uui:b la fart n J
very Eood. hnw0..t ctM
MOTH PROCF BAGS
You are probably about ,;, , I
wondering how to safely keen , I
the summer vour spi cb, . . p I
eacque. or wonlf-n 'fi;
solved the problem hT oMamin, l H
proof bas in two ai.. .;."' "4 1
ble, COcand 60c ; no odor clicM
merits kent in thuon k.. B" tM
124, 126 and 128
Used In Millions of Homo 40 Yean tht Standard.