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THE AKGU& MONDAY. 'APBIL 27, 1C38. SLAIN WITH AN OAK Joseph Goodness Murdered at ' Buffalo. 8TET70Z DOWJ BT JACOB IfOTJITS. d m4 Saswklae; ba at a. Das- s ImlllM-VkMlB LHee This Manilai Ltataas; rwU la a ritifal Ceadi- Joseph Goodness, of Buffalo, oppo site Andalusia, died this morning from the effect of a blow truck bj Jacob Mount. ' of that place, last aiffht The tragedy wu the culmination of a day of dlttlpatioo spent on the ialand between ltuffalo and Andalu sia, those participating being Good ness, the two Mount bay, Jacob and Barney, and Clint Powell. On reach. Ing the Buffalo shore at 6 o'clock last night Goodness fend Barney Mounts were quarreling and Good ness was about to atrike Barney when Jacob Mounts struck Goodness oyer the bead with an oar. He sank down unconscious, and this morning died. Imih Family Daeutatatf. Goodness with bis wife and child and his wife's parents came down the rirer in a fist boat last fall and have been liting on the boat at Buf falo ainoe. The family Is loft with out means of support," and is desti tute. Goodness was 24 years of age. Cornor McCortnoy, of Davenport, has gone down to hold an inquest. Jacob Mounts Is under arrest. CITY CHAT. rail Stearns' bicycles. 1'lants at Eckhart'a. Bny a homo of Keidy Bros. Satellite's for pretty new paper. Fred Ilass Is in Minneapolis on business mission. Baby carriages (3.95 and up at lounga aicuomos. Wall paper at Sotcliffe's none better the world over. Floor matting 12 cents a yard and np at loan;? & McLumbs'. Ladles' all wool enpes 40 cents and up at loung & Mctombs . Judge Bigolow reconvened the cir cuit court this afternoon. Two ply rubber hose 6 cents a foot at Young & McCombs'. Experience and moasnring social at the M. E. church May 8. Buy your fishing tackle, hammocks anl croquet sets at hckhart s. Ladies' waist, latest styles, 39 cent j eti'l up at loung & McCombs'. John Scheuermann, carpet weaver. 2703 Eighth avenue. All work war ranted. t.adios' Mack kit ploves. Foster hook, f9 cents, at Young & Mc Combs'. ltandlod cup and sanoers 95 cents rxr set of si rupe and six saucers at loung McCombs . Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Mister and lit tle son are off on a visit to New Hampshire relatives. Five ply rubber hose guaranteed for the wiMin only 9 cents a foot at Young A McCombs'. Boats down today were tho Cowlea, Trnbrnerk, l.inchan and Pilot each with eight strings of logs. The stage of water at the Kock Ial and brblgA IhU niontiog was C.35 and riiiing; the temperature 70. SutolifTe rami's goods maoufac tnreit by the largest wnil paper fac torlu in tho world. Call and see the latest. The Kin k Island di location to the state republican convention at pringfii-ld I-tt over the Burlington mis aiiernoon. Ray and Frank namraerman, step rnutiren ni John Matlock, were fined ft apiece for stealing wood from William Hubrr. Mrs. J. l'althcl has opened a dry goods and notion store at 613 Thirty-eighth street. Everything first class, can ami see ner. The court house building commit tee of the conntv board met today to consider some alterations in tho win dows of the new building. Henry l Irccz, cemmissioner U. S. court of claims, will lie at the postofllce tomorrow morning to meet all claimants for over time under the (-hour law. One hundred piece dinner set in Antbonv. Shows & Co.'s Knglish semi porcelain 50 per cent below value, worth fl5. sale price only 7.50 at lonng Aicuomns . Auction sale of plumbing goods ana etiice fixture of the Rock Island Awarded Highest Honors Workl'. Fair, m CREAM IttI ram MOST PERFECT MADE. ArunCraptCRaniofTjriarPowJcr. Free worn wmmoma, Ahm o? any other sJufterartt. sjv iuh IK STAXDARD. Heetin? & Plumbing company. Tues day April 28 at 9 a. m. at Davis com pany's omce, dj i. o. vavis, assignee; Frank Kile and Miss Emma Scott were married at 4205 Fifth avenue Saturday evening. Rev. H. S. Cain, of the lmmanael Baptist church, offi ciated. Bride and groom come from Moline. William McFarland and Thomas Pinkley fell from a scaffold while at work on the Rook Island bridge Sat tarday. Pinkley sustained a cut in the knee and McFarland had an ankle sprained. Edwin's big stock company opens week's engsgement at Harper's theatre tonight and a series of fine attractions is assured. An admission of 10 cents to all parts of the house Is to be charged. The child alleged to have been de serted at Danville by Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Magnire, the latter being form erly Miss Avis Atkinson, of this city. is now at tne nome of Air. and Airs. William Atkinson, of this citj. The Epworth League of the First M. L. church will bold its literary and social meeting Friday evening. May 1, in the Sunday school room. a very interesting ana profitable time is promised. All are invited William Sehnert, J. R. Reams, bam Arndt, Charles Oswald and H. S. Lindblom left this morning for Cam bridge, where they represent Rock Island republicans in the legislative convention, which comes off today. Sister Pavne accompanied the dele gation. The board of supervisors of Clinton county, Iowa, has called a special election to vote on the proposition to expend 175,000 on the completion of tne court bouse there, work on which was interrupted a number of years ago by fraud on the part of the con tractors. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nelson. 901 Eleventh street, mourn the loss of their only daughter, who died at 11 o'clock yesterday morning of con gestion of the lungs at the age of 5 vears. The funeral ocnnra from St Mary's church tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock. The Turners' exhibition Saturday evening was wen patronizea and neat sum was realized to swell the fund with which to construct the new building, work on which is soon te Deinn. ine entertainment was followed by daneing to the strains of ifieucr s orchestra. The Augustana collego team and a club from the business department played a game of ball Saturday after noon wnicn resulted tn tne defeat of the college team by a score of 10 to lx. ibe batteries were: Business department team, Auld and Mielke; college, Olson and Iicld. Telephone service between Rock Island and Davenport was entirely cut off by the breaking of the cable at ine bridge today. Manager Hun- toon bad it soon arranged so that one wire could be used between the two cities, and he will do his best until such time as the cable can be mended. ine Colombia Opera company ciopeu a 4-nigoi engagement at liar per a theatre last evening with i creditable production of Fra Dia- vola." The company's engagement in kock island, although not a rous lng success from a financial stand point, was nevertheless one much appreciated by the music loving peo ple. 1 nose of the Kock Island instruc tors who attended the Northern Illinois Teachers association meet ing at wiiawa Calumny nave re turned home much pleased with what they saw and heard. Mrs. Dorothy Gornam's paper on univer sity methods as applicable to High school work was an able piece of work and took well among tne leacbers. Eddie and Freddie, the little twin ion of Mr. and, Mrs. George Etzel, 722 Ninth avenue, were playing with a ban Saturday afternoon when Ired die attempted to catch one which his brother had put some ginger into with the result that the top of the third finger of his right, hand was badly lacerated. Dr. Kinyon ampu tated the member between the second and third joints. Fred Woltmann has just purchased a safe which is guaranteed to be a difficult piece of machinery for the dark lantern man to handle. It is of Mosler-Babmann make and weighs about four tons. The - inner doors are operated by two combina tions, either of which will not work independently, thereby complicating matters considerably for one not thoroughly acconainted with the surroundings. Tne safe is a hand some piece of work, and is the only one of its kind it this vicinity. Ladies' wrappers, 69 cents and u at Young & McCombs'. Th Wcwtaer. Considerable cloudiness tonight and Tuesday; possibly light showers Tuesday; warmer; easterly winds. Today s temperature, 0. F. J. Walz. Observer. Children's parasol from 15 cents np to the finest quality at Young McCombs'. A Sure Tb!ns First Detective Ha I Through the aid of the press we will capture onr man. I see it here. He cannot escape. Second Detective What have yon. in the paper T Firrt Detective A ptoature of the boose -in which the man who saw the man who look like the prisoner lives. The guilty any will surely e caught novr! Cincinnati Tnbnne. ' I Ladiea' Wheel.. Gladness Comes With s better understanding of the transient nature of the many phys ical ills, which vanish before proper ef forts gentle efforts pleasant efforts riehtly directed. There is comfort in the knowledge, that eo many forma of sickness are not due to any actual dis ease, bnt simply to a constipated condi tion of the system, which the pleasant family laxative. Syrup of Figs, prompt ly removes. 1 hat is why it is tne oniy remedy with mill ions of families, and is rerywrnere esteemed so nigniy dy an who value good health. Its beneficial effects are due to the fact, that it U the one remedy which promotes internal cleanliness without debilitating the organa on which it acts. It is therefore all important, ia order to get its bene ficial effects, to note when you pur chase, that tou have the trenuine arti cle, which is manufactured by the Cali fornia h lg syrap Co. only and sold by all reputable druggists. It in the enjoyment of good health. and the svstem is regular, laxatives or other remedies are then not needed. If afflicted with any actual disease, one may be commended to the most skillful physicians, bnt if in need of a laxative, one should have the best, and with the well-informed everywhere. Syrup of Figs stands highest and is most largely used and gives most general sausiaction. Summer corsets worth 60 cents only 39 cents at Young A McCombs Mclntyre-Recfr Dry Goods Co. ;THE BARGAIN CENTER 1709 and 171 1 Second Arenne, Rock Island, HL Gents' Wheel. BICYCLES. Large display of bicycle sundries. Lanterns, all kinds. Bioycle oil.- Wood rim and tiro cement. Chain lubricant. Cyolometers. Trouser guards. Lantern brackets. Toe clips, ete. DAVID DON. 1615-1617 - SECOND AVENUE. V.. Uf 1 llllCll IUU Vfdlll Something to finish out your Sunday dinner re member that Hess Bros. W. are always in the market with the best to be had. For this week we have: VEGETABLES. Plo Flint, Wax Beans, Turnip. Onlont, Sew Potatoes. Parsley, Peas, Rtdlsnes, Soup Eanches, . Beetr, Lork, Tomatoes, Tan- alp, Cnenmberf, Sweet Pota toes, Arparagaa, Cabbage, Cel ery, Head Lettnc. POULTRY. Dreraed Chickens and Turkeys. Bprlng Chickens drcered to order. FRUITS. Strawberries, Orange, Banana, Choice Eating Apple. : f " ONLY THE BEST That can be found is fur nished and all orders re ceive prompt attention. I HESS BP. Sdentiiti Tell 0: that Hint ire 10 Pounds of Glue In Every Man's Body. We intend to STICK to the idea of hand Hog the best Candies and Bakery Good) in town, if it uses up our entire supply., KRELL & MATH LOOK AFTER YOUR BREAD and HEALTH What is more impor tant than the Bread you eat? It should be pure, fresh and healthful. Our Bread is beyond, question in these things, and our prices were never so low as they are now, -and that's saying a good deal. KRELL &MATH Phone 1166. 1716-1718 Second Aye. CHARGE OF BUSINESS DYNAMITE. We touch off a heavy charge of bnslaess dynamite under a lot of things in this store and wise people, the , prudent buyers, will be promptly on hand to catch the bargains as they come down. SILKS. There 1. a k of tirwteUbl loveliness In the tew 8!lks-nd what a tele of economy tho price, tell. We, har.dowc black Beared Taffetas, choicest designs, a cloth worth Si to at SSc At SKc, fine ul illk r'athl Bhadama, 9f Inches wide, worth fl 25, nowseo. At SI SS. heary ST-inch, all slut satin Dachesa. for skirt and drosses. TalueS1.7i,.tSl.S&. 'l he On st warp pi intrd 811k. In S-yird iclatr pattens and aew d-slga. Wlka yoa ham paid $1.75 and SS a yatd for, $10 S9 and SIS pat lern. t $?.M .a SS.SS HandMBM Vuh Silk In nU B1 Mid .1 .? nMh - half nor. DRESS GOODS. We ham jast redaced price on thsst. NTak a look atths Scares snd then sos If yoa dare to wait long before gottlng here. 8l pier, of spring Dress Goods whlth have been aslltng treaty at 49c, SOe and SSe. go this week at STtto, SI and So. Bone good yalne hi Lining on aale this week, among which wo mention a yard wide, Hc HaaUe Lining, at Sc Black, slat and brown. SUNDRY THINGS CHEAP. 1S dozen beets-cord black and white sewing Thread, spools for Be; Moth Ball for packing far and blanket, big box, 4c ; beet Crop Pa per, fall length, per roil, lie; 150 Table Square, worth (Sc. at each Sc; '300 Stand Maw, eaah tc; oectal lot of Mn' 8apenden at He, 15c, 18o and Sfta, worth from 15 to 50c; Men's flne 4-ily Linen Collar, 10c; no end to the rolling of Gorman Knitting Yarn here, quality aad price do It; beat S8c yarn, 19c; beat lbo yarn, 12c, black and colors- TABLE LINENS. TOWELS, ETC At 48e, five pretty patterns, wide cream German Damasks, soft and durable, 62c and 68c values, 48c. Turkey Bed Some extra good Turkey Red Table Linen hasn't moved as it should, so this week the prioe drops from 48c to SSe, a price concession which should satisfy all wanters. SPECIAL BARGAINS IN TOWELS. varni.a Towama yon tw vp w miw mvw imw mma muv. ctorr Tarkish Towel arot wo Maat 1S' aad 17c, asaally 18c mm t. w Ul make lively palling ben this week UH and IT. TootiI t l"c-lluck and Oatmeal Towels, oatta alas aad weight. Tnrkih Towel Did yoa era tnp think bow daiaMs aad satte. ractory 1 5r. Too rood z3e an.liiv. lac A boat uO good hand Tow I this week at 4c CraaaatePrtce lu piecos aaayy aU linon absorbent Crash eagbt to be 11c. bat priest now SSe. 30 piece goad all lloea crash at ( yards for S5c CHILDREN'S DRESSES. Hardly worth whi'e to make them when yoa can bny at oar prions pretty slips of good Print. Sao snd up . Percale aad Laea Drome, ages 4to 14 years, at all price. MATTINGS FROM CHINA AND JAPAN. MithoV slow three oriental are sometime. Matting cbeapar hare th vi anywhere else. They to out as fast aa they com in. Sa roll received Friday will gire an ateorUMQl agata and tt will pay joa to buy early in the week. j GOING TO BUT A SEWING MACHINE. Remember that the Standard Rotary 1 America foremost aad beat machine. Will laet a lifetime- Abeoinuly th moat easy raaatne. Price 10 per cent leea than time naaally asked. Paragon Machine, will more than satisfy that) wanting snssathrag caeaper. Pint cla machines 11 and ap. VY a to anl agcata for Standard and Paragon Machines. Many Handsome Homes In Rock Island have been furnished from our im mense'stock and its possessors are pleased with their purchases. We are not experimenting in this busi ness, but have had years of experience. We know what the novelties in our line are we buy them we know what they are-worth buy them at prices that are not exhorbitant and you in turn buy them at correspondingly, low rates. Our Immense Assortment of Carpets has never been equalled in the three cities and we invite comparison. Call and look at our goods and prices and satisfy yourself. In plain, fttney and sub stantial furniture we take a back seat for no one and are anxious to have you investigate. Window shades, curtains, straw mattings, rugs, novelties in furniture,, and in fact the most complete line in every depart ment. Give us a call. CLEM ANN & SALZMANN LEADERS IN OUR LINE. Sixteenth street and Second avenue. Shoes well bought are half sold that's why ours sell so easily. Oxfords, Blacks and Tans See our 12.25 Oxfords, Blacks and Tans. & K. THE BOSTON 1705 SECOND AVENUE. Are now prepared to show you the new spring styles in Boys and Children' s Novelties Blank Books AT C. C. TAYLOR'S 1717 Second Are. THE kind that boys outgrow, but never outwear. While the clothes are never quite as tough as the bov, that's no reason why they should not have the last ing, persistent quality which boys rrqure. We have well sewed, well buttoned, well pocketed boys' knee pants suits, splendid wool fabrics in good styles at $2.50, $2.95, $J 50, $5 to $6.90 Some very jaunty styles in sailor and junior suits with vests or shield fronts at $1.68, $2 50,. $2.95 to $5. Long pants suite for larger lads, aizes 14 to 20 years, at $2.98 to $10, honestly put together with wear-resisting qualities in nobby patterns and styles. ' Star Waists. Mothers9 Friend Waists. We have the satisfying goods at satisfying prices. Will give your money back if you think we ought. Lots of K., S & Co. men's suits at $3.90, $4.90, $6.98 to $10. Sweaters 18c All wool bicycle pants $1.85.