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THE AKGUS, TUESDAY, APlilL. 4, 1 80.
Givtywrfy atTic Cabe Bros'.
Garden rtf! cents at the Fair
Solid shank ste;l hoes 12c at th
McCaba Bros", for jackets and
Garden seeds 1 cent per paper at
'Ac-Fair: VA- .;.
- "AVaT?f).-ter and 'carpets cleaned by
xKi-vMeans. lelephone 210.
-,rVhatis eiven away at McCabe
Bros'? . A Lenox shirt holder.
t "ifTlTJ, Palmer came ii from St
Louis today on a few days' visit to
Craig, left this
sJSoCharles Buord came down from
Chicago last nisrht to exercise his
" a- George II. Baumback and wifewel-
' comeu a lU-poumt oy at their home
on Easter Sunday.
. ;jMr. and Mrs. Frank Mixter, accom-
a morning' for Hot Springs
Miss KatfyKelly spent Sunday
with friends in the citv returning to
her home in Chicago yesterday.
Editor Henry L. Kiner, of Gene
seo. was reelected ruavor ot that citv
at the election there yesterday.
The annual meeting of Trinity par
ish called for last evening was ad
journed until Wednesday evening at
7:30 at the church.
J. H. Kane, formerly with the C,
B. &JQTin this city, and now located
in 'ihft?:igo, was in" the city yesterday
calnnjfvn old friends.
Nearly 500 jackets and cajes were
received at McCale Bros, on Monday,
120 of which were samples (no two
alike) making the assortment very
Every lady's jacket or cape bought
at McCabe Bros, during Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday entitles
the buyer to one of the Lenox skirt
Stone's forthcoming directory will
s-how a population of 22,000 for Rock
Island, an increase of s.ooo over the
directory of two years ago. a healthy
increase to bc.eure.
The Turner entertainment and
dance at inrner hall last evening
was well, attended. An interesting
programme' was carried out ant;
seviral hours spent in terpsichorean
Special services will be conducted
bv the Salvation Army at the Firs
M. E. church tonight. Capt. and
Mrs. Lightowler will talk on the
wort'of Salvation in India, and Staff
Capt. Addee will also be present.
Martin Conners, a man who h
Ijen contined in the insane ward at
iAlercT hospital. Davenport, for about
a year, escaped' Sunday, and in the
afternoon created quite a little excite
ment byjnntping into the river from
the ferrv dock. He was rescued and
Jaken back to the hospital
Observer Walz's "meteorological
summarv for the month of March
places the mean barometer at 30.01
the highest 3J.56 on the 15th; the
lowest 29.76 on the Sth. The mean
temperature was 3-1; the highest
on the Slst;and the lowest 6 on the
4 tii. The number of cloudless day;
was 5; partlv cloud v 9; cloudy lfi
There were no frost, and on the 23d
a thunder storm occurred.
:i Levi E. Waterman to Byron I-
Averv. part-ontlot 23. 33. lw. As
sessor's Plat of 1-s'Jl. $1,000.
John Lusk to A. II. F. Mueller
part lot 4, block 21, Old Town of Mo-
line. T3. !).
McCabe & Guyer to 11. W. Hoff
man, lot n. 11. 1. 13, 14 an. I 15,
block W. Second add., to Edge wood
Park. Rock Island. 3.200.
Ilenrv Burgower to Marv Brennan
part lots It! and lri, block 1, Buforcl's
:ifld.. Rock IManil, $.5,200.
Louis Meckel to VI. J. (.amble, lot
4. block C. Edgewood Park add
Roc k Island. .
. . IVolrate.
3 Estate of Magdalene Krone.
John A. Kitflesen, Frank Simian and
l-arry .MoKinme appointetl apprais
Estate of (ieorge B. Browner
Proof of notice to creditors tiled.
Estate of Charles VT. Armstrong
Prpof of notice to creditors tiled. In-
vrntorv tiled and approved. Claim
of Alice Genung allowed.
Estate of Nellie P. Nelson. Peti
tion to sell real estate tiled. Proof
of service. Guardian ad litem ap
pointed for minor defendants. An
swer tiled and replication. Adult
defandants called and defaulted.
Hearing. Bond tiled and approved.
Decree for sale.
Estate of John S. Lancashire. Pe
tition for sale of real estate filed.
Continued for service on defendant,
William Lancashire, with order for
'" 'Estate of EU.Gambrcl. Final re-
..port of. executrix filed and estate
i - ..in
closed. Estate of John Ellstrom. Proof of
notice to creditors filed.
Locked In WitU a 32ani:tr.
The writer was once closeted with a ik-
tient whom he had no suspicion of lcinjt
mad untd the latter y.-t out of tied, turned
the key of the door mid preferred a mild
request to the writer to have his throat cut.
handing him ..t t he same time an oivn oek-
ttknife, which he produced from under
neath his pillow. I object cd to the kuifo
as being too small for the purpose and
becrged to bo rd lowed to ico for mv case of
amputating kui ves. with which I cxplisiueil
the operation could he performed with
preater neatness ami (Uspateu. lie u:.
locked the door at otict, binding me over to
secrecv and urging me to lo.-? no time in
returning. I drove home, reior:.ed thecii? '
to the authorities and c;:rne haik with a-s-
sistance. He was sec:ii-d with preat dith-
culty arl sent to the iisvltim. Iondon Tit-
A Ltm of Sl.OOO.
A wieked husband told at a dinner the
other evening, when the question of Wom
an's (with a capital letter) inquiring mind
was being discussed, thnt he hil oiiered
his wife e-1 .CX0 one night if she wouldn't
say " ny? tue next clay. And," tie
finished, "she lost the money before she
Evidently this mau shares the belief of
that other one who said that "a woman
never makes any point except an interro
gation point." New York Times.
The Limit of Heroism.
A great many men are without fear of
any other man. They are grandly intrepid.
But lives there a man who is not in dread
of some woman? The highest heroism has
Its limitations. New lork orld.
Too Late For Him.
Mrs. Naggs The papers say new laws are
to be passed to make marriage more diffi
Mr. Kaggs Hah! Why in creation didn't
they have 'em years ago? New York Week
Salvation Uil is tne greatest cure
on earth for pain, is universally ac
cepted by horsemen and veterinari
ans as the ne plus ultra of liniments.
ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS." '
James J. Hamllr!, a negro ex-preacher
who killed his wife at Flushing, L. L,
was executed by iectrothanaaia at Sing
Sing prison. The killing wan instantane
ous. Fred Regulin was saudbagged at Men
asha. Wis., by footpads, who took every
thing bnt his watch, and he now lies in a
Mrs. Julia Co t tea has filed suit at Kan
saa City for divorce from her husband, J
Linde Coates, the millionaire son of the
late Kersey Coates, alleging incompati
bility of temper and repeated indignities.
New rival regulations forbid naval offi
cers from acting as correspondents of
The Arkansas house of representatives
has passed a bill submitting the question
of bedding a constitutional convention to
the voters of the state.
C. L. Krisaing, of Pittsburg, has received
a legacy of tli.oO from at ramp to whom he
gave a meal some time ago.
The Chinese Six companies has issued a
circular advising Chinamen not to register
under the Geary law and notifying them
that they have good legal authority for de
claring the law unconstitutional.
The wife of Pugilist Corbett is about to
go on the stage, and will appear with her
husband in "Gentleman Jack."
Ruinous fires are sweeping through the
forests of Xew Jersey. Ten square miles of
cedar have been burned, and several vil
lages, among them Asbury Park, are
tbeatened with destruction.
Clarksville, Va., was almost entirely de
stroyed by fire. Some twenty business
houses were burned.
Cuban revolutionists have almost per
fected preparations to overturn their gov
ernment. -Many clubs have been formed
in American cities to assist them.
C. H. Hamilton, a 22-year-old Chicago
boy, has arrived at Seattle from Alaska.
He traveled 1.500 miles up the Yukon river
on snowshoes, crossing the divide to Chil
koot in the dead of winter. He is the first
white man who ever did such a thing and
The British barkentine Maggie Thorn p
son and the 1'ortuguese bark Faro are
overdue at Philadelpnia and it is 'feared
that they are lost. Their crews numbered
A collection of postage stamps is offered
at auction at .New ork. It is valued at
100,000 and comprises stamps of the west
ern Hemisphere only.
Nellie Vilas, daughter of United States
Senator Vilas, is dead, the fatal ailment
having been tonsilitis. The senator is out
of reach by telegraph or letter fishing for
tarpon in r londian waters.
uou. w. ti. wads worth, a prominent
Kentucky lawyer and minister to Mexico
under Grant, was stricken with paralysis
at ms tome in MaysvtUe, Kr.
TWO KilMtft i IwulUJDM,
Pittsburg. Apiil 4. Leading officials
of the builders' exchange here were yester
day found gnilty of conspiracy by a jury
for combining in restraint of trade and
preventing contractors not members of
the exchange from getting material. The
case is entitled "The case of Thomas Bu
chanan against H. R. Barnes, William
Vann, John Carr and L. T. Yoder." All
but Yoder were found gnilty. Barnes is
the president of the exchange. Judge
nite in ms charge scored illegal combi
nations both of capital and labor.
Bow Gooapers Looks at the Mattor.
New York, April 4. In speaking of
Judge Taft's decision in the Ann Arbor
case, Samuel Gompers said yesterday: "It
is an utterly unjust outrage. It is con
trary to the Declaration of Independence.
The judges may think that they have done
right in rendering this decision, bnt they
will find that it will recoil upon their
own heads. They will find that they can
not prevent the people from having their
rights and improving their prospect of em
ployment as much as possible.
CRADICATES BLOOD POI
SON AND BLOOD TAINT
CEVFKALbettlesof Stvift, .-pecific (S.S. S.)
entirely cleinscd my system of contagious
viuuu jJUUon 1 1 lire Tri y wuim I'TX
Wm. S. Looms, Shrevsport, La.
CURES SCROFULA EVEN
IN ITS WORST rORMS.
T HAD scrofl-la in IKSt, and c'r ajfd mv
system en' ;-'- from it by tnLinp seven
dottle of S .T j. I hse not had any symp
toms sine- C. VV. Wilcox.
Spartanburg, S. C
HAS CURED HUNDREDS OT
CASES OF SKIN CANCER.
Treatise on Rkxxa and Skin Diseases mailed
free Swj?r Srscirir ta., 4)ata- '
KE YOU IN NEED?
Want a cook '
Wsnt a partner
Want a situation
Wsnt to rent rooms
Want s M-rvarit (rlrl
Want to sell a farm
Want to sell a , hoime
Want to exchange anything
Want te roll household goods
Want to make any real estate loans
Want to sell or trade for anything
Want to find customers for anything
USB THESE COLUMNS.
rflHB DAILY ARGUS DELIVERED AT YOUR
V door ev ry eeni rte for ISc per week.
I OST A OIRNET PIX.
l arded at this office .
FINDER WILL BE
TORSALK A FAMILY HORSE AND PIIAE
X ton. 90S Twenty-second street.
TWJ ANTED SITUATION BY A YOUKO MAN
as bookkeeper. Can speak German, Knjt-
iiu ma owejisa languages. . Address, ". 11
YOLR WALL PAPKR CAN BE CLEANED
and made to look fresh and new. Save
money by get line it cleaned by W. M. Reese, Ma
noes Asiana sireei, uavenport.
WANTID LADIES OR YOUNG MEN TO
take ligh pleasant work at their own
Domes; si to f3 per day can be quietly msde
work sent by mail; no canvassing. Address
sisnara sianuractnrlng Co., L. B. 107 S. Franv
ingbam.Mfss. Enclose stamps. Mention Abgcs
Durtis Opera House,
ass T1AVE WPOB.T.
Tuesday Eve., April 4th.
Supported by MR. OTIS SKINNER and
her own company of p'ayera in an
artistic present ition of
All special seenery. Tour under
direction of Frank L. Perlev and J. J.
Trices fl 50, SI. 75c, 50c, 25c. Sale cf seats be
gins Satiiiuay, April 1, at r lakes. Telephone
THE WARREi, BROWN CO.
hss cxclaiv ta'e of
the preatcst vegetable com onnd which is recos
nized by all larties who have tested it merits .as
the most practical, sciftitin and reliable remedy
of the Bsc. To thute who n isli
remedy same will be fnrnihed at $1.' 0 per box.
Call at once, room lS.Dittoe IJlocK. corner
Third ani Brady, Daveniiort.
-House Raising and Moving-
Kaisincnbrick Vmildinrs ospeeiallv
Address E. A. ROUNDS.
1515 Seventh Avenue, Box lit
This represents the
Best WiDg tlactiiiie
Jt has more tubbing suiface
than any oth r. works very easy
and with it th- wa-hing of a
large family can b turned out
bright ane cleuni t two hours.
Call ai d txaniiue the Queen of
was t?rs. tsold onlv bv
. .'.v. .
As I am crowded and over-stocked
with second hand pianos and organs,
am determined to close them out I
A111,,1J, It IUW illLV9 111 UU It.
lhese instruments are all in trood or-
der and will be taken back as part pay
on new instruments at any time you
wisn to exchange.
1 Worche ster square piano t 35 00
1 Pennsylvania laurt piano SO Oil
1 Firth Pono A to 55 00
1 Strck rqnare piano MOO
1 wa'nnt case npright tianoTS octaves.... 200 00
1 " 250 00
1 rosewood npright " " " Sit 00
1 wslnnt cae uprijht piano 315 00
w e-em cottage organ, wainot eise 11
stops 40 00
Csrpenter orean. walnnt case, 8 .tops .... 45 00
" 9 stone 50 00
1 Chlc go orean 50 00
Mason A Hamlin orgs i 65 00
The above named instruments can
be purchased on easy payments. I
also hare a large stock of the New
Scale Kimball pianos, Ilallet & Davis,
Lmerson and other makes, also the
celebrated Kimball organ. You can
ave money by purchasing here as
ou are buying direct from the man
ufacturer. Come and see me and get
I). It. BOWLBY, Manager,
W. W. Kimball's Branch House.
Koek Island. Ill
We believe we show the
handfsomeft assortment of
India Silks in the three
cities. Beginning with fig
ured ndias at
Figured India at
Figured Indias at
58 c. 79c. 89c.
up to the unrivalled Cheney
Bros', beautiful fabrics.
first limi 't
, i t-e Dsw
plain and ravel,,-..
We have aHd0j .
V"1 : "esint..
TO hyiwi Z. 1
Ponie are as In
mnin- at i-.
-Base Eall Headquarters.-
id.,. mm'f '"'f
Easter. Easter. Easter
The Columbia :
1728 Second Av.
A complete line of Easter Cards suitable for
Sunday School children, from lc each and
up, and a line of Novelties such as Booklets,
Eggs, Dyes, and Papier Ma'che Novelties in
the shape of Rabbits. Ghickens. Kittens,
Pigs, etc., at verv low prices. Call and see
the nice assortment.
3F-Clo8ing out a line of Wash Bowls and Pitchers, sliglJ
damaged, bat very cheap at 45c Also' a smill lot of cD?erj
Chambers at 35c
V. J. YOUNG, Proprietor.
- - yt-'y-
Cigar Store and Billiard. Parlor.
Always on -and the tTiot brands of domestic
and imported ciirars. All brands of tobacco.
Tbe ncore of all ibe ball tamue wi'l be received
L. GLOCKHOPP, Prop.,
1S0S Secord Avenue,
J. T. DIXON
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
Sour Mash Whisky
T7T1TJ"NT S. A TIT fD TT 1, C.-,-.
THE NEW STYLES IN
LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S
ARE IN AT THE
'he only Pure Creni-of Tartar Powder, No Ammonia; No Alum.
Use 1 in M Jlior-s ot Homes 40 iears tbe 'Standard.
And a more perfect line of Footwear has never been shown in Rock Island. Distinctive in style,
best in quality, and bound to please. Our prices are always guaranteed to be from 25c to Sl.fO a
pair less than same quality can be had elsewhere. The remaining stock moved from our old stand
we are giving a reduction of 25 per cent. Visit the M. &. K. new shoe store, now open and in
Wait for the opening of our New clothing store.
something or Special Intexcst 10