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THE BOCK ISTJDTO ABGU& SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1889.
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-Are the Leaders in LOW PRICES on-
Ph j Browns 3 cents,
p : Micas 4 cents.
H ; Gilts 4$ cents.
0 "Decorated Window Shades with spring fix
! tares complete ready to hang, 38 cents.
! ART STORE,
j 1705 Secend Avenue.
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ue in Rock Island than all others.
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Rook Island, Ills.
Opposite Harper House.
LOOK AT THE LIST.
What Rock Island is Doing in a
The Kew Honaea 3lM;rp.'AU Over
the City and Who. Are Erecting
Them A UratlfrlnK Healthy
ShawmsOver Halt a Hlllloa Ia
veatetl la Nnrh Improvements Be
Frequent mention has from time to
time bet n made in the Abgus for several
months, of the extensive building operas
t5ons in progress in Rock Island this
season, and all noteworthy improvements
have ben fully noted. Though all know
that the present season promises to be
one of the most active in this respect that
Rock Is' and has ever known, few pets
haps realize to the full extent the vast
number of new buildings that are spring
ing up all oyer the city. Two years ago
the Akgos published a list of the build
ings being erected in 1887, and it became
then a pleasant duty to show that in that
year the amount of money invested in
new houses that season would reach fully
half a million. This year the same task
has been performed and the gratifying
fact revialed that Rock Island's
in 18S9 will, from all indications, greatly
exceed that amount.
Undoubtedly the most important of
the buildings planned for this season are
the T. M. C. A. building to be erected
at the corner of Third avenue and Nine
teenth street, and the new First M. E.
church to be built on the present site of
the old church, Fifth avenue and Nine
teenth st-eet. These structures will cost
$25,000 each. Both have been fully
described ia the Argus and cuts of both
have appeared in these columns.
In the way of blocks for business or
factory purposes, the prospects are most
encouraging. The purpose of Mitchell
& Lynde to remove the present postofSce
block fat ing on Second avenue between
East and West Seventeenth street and
erect instead a business block of modern
design tnd convenience, has been de
tailed in the Argus. The only contin
gencies f )r such improvement are that
the city cede the firm five feet
on East and West Seventeenth street
and that certain assurances as to
leases cin be had. These conditions
provided for, as they no doubt will be, a
brick building, four stories at least in
height, and entaili ng an expenditure of
$65,000, will rise in the very business
heart of ihe city. The purposes are to
erect a building that will not only be an
ORNAMENT TO THE CITY,
but will nerve as an impetus to further
enterprise in the same direction. The
structure will be modern in all respects,
the fourth etorj being as handsomely
furnished as the first, and reached by
steam elevator, while the whole will be
heated by steam, lighted by electricity
and prov ded with vaults on each floor.
The first floor will be designed for the
bank, prstofflce and a store room with
arcade through from Second avenue, and
entrances al90 on East and West Sevens
It is not improbable either, that Mr. B.
Winter, t f the wholesale liquor firm of
Winter fe Lemburg, will erect a hand
same business block this season on his
newly acquired property on the south
side or Third avenue between Sixteenth
and Seventeenth streets. Mr. Winter is
one of our public spirited citizens, and
such a laove on his part would be a
source of as much pleasure to him as to
The new brick warehouse of the Rock
Island Stove company is fast nearing
completion. The building has dimen
sions of 3fty by one hundred feet, is four
stories high and will cost $8,500. C J.
Larkin built the foundation; Strathman
& Strohneier, of Davenport, have charge
of the brick work, and W. A. Guthrie
the, carpenter work.
Carse it Oblweiler'a new bottling fac
tory is c mpleted. It is of frame, two
stories hih in front, and dimensions of
twenty-five by one hundred feet. Chris.
Schreiner had the contract, and the ex-,
pendilurt in this improvement was S3,
The brick building erected by Ihe firm
of John Volk & Co., adjoining the factory
on Eifithtjenth street, is almost ready for
use. Ths building will cost $3,000 and
will be used for storage and office pur
poses, th 3 latter apartment being providt
ed with a handsome tile floor.
Some of the most notable improve
ments ans the great number of
in course of erection. At the corner of
Second uvenue and Twelfth street, .on
one of tie most delightful sites in the
city, Maj. H. C. Connelly is putting up
a beautiful cottage, which will be his
home. Win. Craig, of Moline, lias the
contract and the house will be equipped
with furiiace and other conveniences. Jt
will cost about $3,000.
Mr. II. B. Sudlow is erecting at the
corner of Twentieth street and Sixth ave
nue, in that popular residence portion of
Rock Ial ind, a residence of most elabor
ate design. It will be of frame and will
cost $7,500. John Volk & Co. have the
On Fourth avenue between Eleventh
and Twelfth streets, Mr. Chris Schreiner
is buildii g for his own use an elegant
residence. It is the design to have it
provided with all modern improvements,
including Mueller' patent inside sliding
blinds, for which Mr. Schreiner is agent.
In the east part of the city, Edgewood
park, So ith park, Guyer'a and Rodman's
addition.!, the building operations are the
most extensive. In Edgewood, W. M.
Craig ha) erected for Mr. L. S. McCabe.a
h and son: e $6,000 residence.
August Schmidt is putting up a resi
dence for City Attorney J. L. Haas, at a
cost of f 1,000, from plana furnished by
D. 8. Sciureman.
Mr. J. B. Meier is having Qua. Lund
quist construct a $1,100 house for his
Dr. W. A. Paul is erecting a $2,000
James McBryde is erecting a $1,600
Daniel Hartwell is putting up a $2,000
North of Edgewood on Fifth avenue,
Mrs. Sinnett ia building Chas. Benson
having charge of the work three bouses,
one for $1,100, one for $1,100 and
table for $300.
THICKER THAN HOP.
In the First addition to Edgewood
park the following bouses are going up:
Thomas Polley, $700, Chas. Benson
M. Polley, $700. Chas. Benson, con
Herman Hackmaster, $700, Chas.Ben
McCabe fc Guyer, three $700 houses,
Jacob Bleuer. contractor.
Herman Redel, $700, Chas. Benson,
Edward Speidel, $700, Chas. Benson,
James Bergert, $700. Chas. Benson,
Chas. DePonvie, $500, Chas. Benson,
Ben. Eolp, $900, Chas. Benson, con
In Guyer'a addition there is an inter
esting list of houses being built. Look at
Geo. Beck, $800, Ritchey & Beck, cons
Joel Benson, store and flats, $1,400:
Chas. Benson, contractor.
Herman Doerring, $700; Chas. Benv
Julius Doerring, $700; Chas, Benson,
L. Ritchey, $1,100; Ritchey & Beck.
John Lindholm. $800, Ritchey & Beck,
E. H. Guver & Co.. 800: Ritchev &
August Lund, $70l); Ritchey & Beck,
A. T. Griffin, $900.
Wm. Benson, $900; Chas. Benson,
E. H. Guver & Co.. three 700 houses:
Jacob Bleuer, contractor.
In Rodman's new addition, many houses
are going up. Collins Bros, are erect
ing for J. W. Crandall on Twenly-fifth
street, a $1,500 bouse.
Collins Bros, are building for P. O.
Eagan a fine $2,000 house on Seventh
Collins Bros, are putting up a $2,500
house for Alderman Edwards.
Chris. Schreiner is erecting a $2,000
house for G. O. Huckstaedt.
Mrs. Eatherine Gormley is putting up
a $1,600 homestead.
Frank Friestat is building a $2,000
T. J. Donahue is constructing an
Scattered all over the city are dwellings.
residences and store buildings. J. W.
Lawbead is putting up a $1,600 house in
Sinnetl's addition, through Collins Bros.
W. A. Guthrie has-just completed a
new drug store building on Third avenue
between Ninth and Tenth streets for Mr.
August Heimbeck at a cost of $1,100.
Mathias Schnell, the contractor, has
built a handsomely designed office for his
own use on Fourth avenue between
Eighteenth and Nineteenth streets at a
cost of $1,000. The little building is a
model of architectural beauty, the outside
being attractive and the inside finish
being of plaster of paris.
John Volk & Co. have built a $1,000
cottage for P. L. Mitchell on the old fair
Twenty new tenement houses, ranging
in pnee from $700 to $1,000 are
planned for in South Park this season.
The, trustees of the English Lutheran
church have bought a strip of land on
Forty-fourth street, with a view of erect
ing a new church building thereon.
Andrew Nelson is constructing an $800
cottage on Twenty-fourth street, near
Chris. Schreiner is building a $2,000
house on Twentieth street and Eighth
avenue, for C. Schillinger.
Geo. Behrens has placed in the hands
of Chas. Schreiner a contract to build
two $2,000 cottages on Fourteenth-and
R. Greder is erecting a $1,300 cottage
on the old fair grounds.
Daniel Scully is putting up a $1,200
bouse on Fourth avenue, near Twenty-
second street. Chris. Schreiner has the
Mr. John Volk has broken ground for
two $7,000 double bouses on Nineteenth
street and Fifth avenue.
Seivers & Anderson have built for Mr.
Fred Schuett, a $700 butcher shop on
Wm. Lemfield has given Seivers & An
derson the contract for a $750 cottage on
Max Stettenhauer is putting up a
$1,650 house in Dodge'a addition, Seivers
& Anderson being the contractors.
Heinz Burmm is putting up one of the
prettiest little houses in South Park at a
cost of $1,100; Seivers & Anderson, con
tractors. C. Schneider is erecting a $900 dwell
ing in South park.
John Gorman is building a $1,500
house in Rodman's addition.
Hans Hartman is constructing a $1,000
house in Warner's addition.
H. Leffler is erecting a $750 residence
in Warner's addition.
Phil Brockman has built a 5650 house
in Hays' addition.
James Bell is building a $600 house on
Fifth avenue between Sixth and Seventh
Mr. J. F. McEibben, of the American
Express company, ia considering putting
up a $2,500 bouse on Nineteeth street
between Eighth and Ninth avenues.
8. R. Stoddard ia contemplating the
erection of a new house for his own oc
cupancy on Twenty-second street sear
Seventh avenue, the cost to be $3,000.
Will Reimera is building a $1,000
homestead in Dodge's addition.
Max Gettenbauer is erecting a $900
home in Dodge'a addition.
CapL John O'Connor is building a
$2,500 house on Twenty -second street
near Seventh avenue.
George Wagner, of the Atlantic ' brews
ery, is considering plans for a new ele
vator and other improvements amounting
to about $3,000.
Mr. W. A. Guthrie will begin the first
of the week the erection of the new car
barns and stables of the Moline & Rock
Island street railway a $7,000 job.
Mr. H. J. A. McDonald and son, Hugh,
are erecting a $2,200 handsome two story
! frame on the west side of . Twenty-third
street and south of Fourth avenue.
W. A.Guthrie is erecting for A. Hamil
ton, the engineer on the C, R. L & P.
road, a fine $3,000 frame house on the
east side of Elm street between Seventh
and Eighth avenues.
Mr. John Crubaugh is planning to erect
a $2,000 cottage on Second avenue bet
tween Ninth and Tenth streets.
But there is a long list of
that not only speaks volumes for the
good healthy growth the city is undergo
ing this season, the confidence felt in it
by property holders, but is a great source
of gratification to all having the city's
interests at heart.
The George Mixter homestead at the
head of Twenty-third street has been
nicely painted and otherwise improved
The houses on the Channon estate,
Twenty-third street and Fifth avenue,
are undergoing painting and other gener
Landlord J. G. Mueller, of the Union
house, on the east side of Twentieth
street, opposite Union square, has had
his hotel neatly painted. .
The C, R. I. & P. passenger depot on
Moline avenue is undergoing the annual
improvements. A new hard-finish floor
has been put down, and paint and var
nish applied where necessary.
Some very noticeable improvements
have been made in the Star block on
Second avenue, by Mr. Fred Hass.
Mr. Porter Skinner has vastly im
proved the store room now occupied by
the American Express company in his
block at the northeast corner of Second
venue and Eighteenth street.
New tile walks are being put down in
front of the residences of Capt. Joseph
Cameron and Mr. Frank Nadler, on the
west side of Twentysthird street above
Mr. George Roth is painting his newly
acquired brick house at the corner of
Fourth avenue and Eleventh street.
Mr. David Don's brick residence on
Second avenue between Eleventh and
Twelfth streets, has been greatly im -
proved by the addition of a wing in the
rear and the application of paint.
A brick smoke house with dimensions
of fourteen by eighteen feet is being put
up in the rear of Gilmore's packing house
on First avenue.
Capt. Whistler has made extensive im
provements in his residence property at
the corner of Second avenue and Ninth
street, putting on an addition and applys
ing new paint.
Andrew Herman, Sr., has improved his
place on the bluff by a new fence.
Mr. August Heinbeck has made $100
worth of improvements on his home on
Messrs. Ben DeGear and M. W. Bat
ties are kept busy with the improvements
under their charge about town.
Mr. J-. C. Rasmussen has made some
attractive improvements iu his newly pur
chased homestead, the old Osborne prop
erty at the corner of Third avenue and
Dr. Thomas Gait has greatly beautified
his house and office on Second avenue by
the application of paint..
John Von der Geist is putting on a $200
addition to his homestead in Gjyer's ad
Chas. Grames is making improvements
amounting to $200 to his residence in
sutcliiie & Lerrh have a great many
lobs of painting under contract.
Ben DeGear is putting in an addition
and making other repairs amounting to
$200 on Mrs. Ranfrenz's house on Second
Mrs. J. Smart is adding $300 in im
provements to ber home on Third avenue.
Mr. Ben DeGear has charge of the
Mr. A. Hill is adding $300 in improve
ments to bis house on Seventh avenue
and Twenty -.fourth street.
Mr. C. F. Gaetjer has painted his house
on Seventeenth street above Seventh
Aid. Frank 111 has given the fence
about his Seventeenth street home an at
tractive coat of paint.
Mr. E. E. Parmenterhas improved his
residence on Second avenue by giving it
a thorough painting.
Mr. John Aster has put a brick walk
down in front of his home on Third ave
nue west of Seventeenth street.
Mr. John Crubaugh has thoroughly
renovated and improved the property
lately purchased of M. 8. O'Neil on Sec
John Beibl is putting a second story on
his house on Seventh avenue and making
other improvements amounting to $400.
Christ Singer is making improvements
on his property on Ninth avenue and
Eleventh street amounting to $500.
Mr. Alphons Mosenfelder is improving
his Twentieth street property by putting
down a brick walk and erecting an iron
Mr. E. B. Knox has given the iron
fence afiout bis Twentieth strnet proper
ty a neat coat of paint.
Mr. William -Rinck has handsomely
painted his business block and. houses on
Seventh avenue and Fourteenth-and-a-half
Sutcliffe Bros, report the season one
of the most active they have experienced.
They have the contract for painting
twenty-five to thirty houses.
The halls ef the second floor of Bu
ford's block. Second avenue and Sevens
teenth street, have been greatly improved
by whitewashing, and the offices of Jus
tices Hawes and Cooke have been nicely
The entrance to Magistrate Wivill's
office ' has been greatly beautified by
painting the wainacoating and giving the
walls a bluish tint.
Capt. T. J. Robinson has let the con
tract to Larkin & Stephens for the con-,
structlon of a flagstone walk around
both the Second avenue and Eighteenth
street sides of Masonic temple, involving
an outlay of $3,000.
Mr. L. 8. McCabe has decided to lay a
flagstone walk in front of his Second av
enue business block.
Mr Fred Weyerhauser has put $6,000
in improvements on the interior arrange
' vnattt n1 A arwm t Inn ff tVin rftnlnfy vrnn
of his palatial home near Elm street.
Geo. Long. Sr., has made $200 worth
of improvements in his homestead on
the bluff, adding a new fence also.
Stewart & Mon tgomery are putting a
wire fence in front of the county jail.
Ben DeGear has made some noticeable
improvements about Mr. Adair Pleas
ants' building on Third avenue, west of
Druckmiller & Co. are busily engaged
with the many jobs committed to their
skill and workmanship. The firm, how
ever, manages to keep up with its orders
and the more it does the more It is called
upon to do.
Considering these improvements with
the fact settled that Second avenue is to
be paved and with prospects of Twenty -
third and Twentieth streets being si mi
ilarly improved before the summer is
over. Union square beautified and the
old sidewalks replaced with new and safe
ones everywhere, Rock Island has good
reason to look upon the present sea'
son with great pride and to regard it as
giving promise of being the healthiest and
most prosperous in the city's history.
Ofltrera AppointedThe Order ef Kx
Buford post last evening appointed
Capt. W. J. Ranson marshal of the Me
morial day exercises in Rock Island and
at the national cemetery. This morning
Capt. Ranson appointed as his aids C.
W. Hawes. M. T. Stafford, J. J. Reimers
and J. W. Welch. Buford post has charge
of the tri-city observances on the island
this year, and the plan of exercises thus
far mapped out is to form a procession
on Union square in the morning, proceed
down Second avenue to court house
square, where the soldiers' monument
will be decorated with ceremonies ac
cording to the G A. R. ritual and with
out speeches. In the afternoon the posts
of the three cities go to the island, where
Rev. Wm. McPbeeters, of this city, will
deliver the oiation of the day. On Mon
day evening the post committees of the
posts of the three cities meet at G. A. R.
hall this city to perfect arrangements for
the island ceremonies.
On Sunday the 26th there will be Me
morial services at the Central Presbyte
rian church in this city, which will be at
tended by Buford post and the Rodman
The Xrw K. P. IiOda-e.
The Moline Dispatch says of the insti
tution of the E. P. lodge there Thursday
The reinstating of St. George lodge.
Knights of Pythias, at Masonic hall last
evening, was atended by no less than 150
Knights, most of whom were from abroad
The old lodge was abandoned about
seven years ago, and the following orig
in al members are in the new lodge:
(Japt. W. C. Bennett, Jerome Brown, G
W. Walker, George Huntoon, H. C. Far-
num and Thomas Wirsing. By special
arrangement, II. C. Cleaveland. a mem
ber of St. Paul's lodge, Rock Island, was
transferred to this lodge. The cere
monies were under the supervision of
the following persons: H. C. Cleave-
land, district deputy grand chancellor; H.
II. Allen, past grand chancellor lof Mis
souri; W. A. Schmidt, past grand
chancellor or lowa; U M Wninen. Sam
uel Wright, DrOL Eyster. of St. Paul
lodge, liock Island; Martin Kunkle, Her
man Peters, Charles De Wend, Daven
port lodge. No. 10, Davenport-
There is a total of forty-one members,
including thirty-four petitioners. Of
the petitioners, twenty-f our were present
to receive me aegrees.
The officers elected are:
Chancellor Commander H C Cleave
Vice Commander R L Brown.
Past Commander W C Bennett.
Prelate Geo W Walker.
Keeper of Records and Seals George
Master of Finances F M Andras.
Keeper of Exchequer H C Farnum
Master at Arms Thomas Wirsing. .
Tne Davenport and Evansville ba'l
cluts arrived from Evansville this after
noon, the latter organization putting up
at the Rock Island bouse, this city. The
two teams have just completed a series of
three games at the Hoosier town, in all
of which the Davenports were victorious,
winning Thursday by a score of 20 to 12,
and yesterday by a score of 12 to 0.
Hollacher, the local favorite, pitched
yesterday and his work demonstrates that
he is recovering from his recent disabili
ties and is himself again. Today, to
morrow and Tuesday these teams play at
Davenport and great crowds will go over
from this city to witness the sport. Good
games are promised. The Davenport as
sociation has signed an additional
pitcher. - His name is Fred Seering and
he hails from London, Ontario, and played
at Troy, N. Y., last year until the dis
bandment of ttfat team. He is reported
to be a "good one" too.
At the Twentieth street Evangelical
Lutheran church, the Rev C A Mennicke,
pastor. Service at 10 a m. Text: Job.
xvi 5:15. Tbema: "Der Unglaube als
die rechte Hauptsnende."
At the First M. E. church, preaching
at 10:45 a m and 7:30 p m, by the pastor.
Morning subject: "The Remedy for all
Offenses." Evening subject: "True Man
hood." Sunday school at 9:1 S am, JF
Robinson, superintendent. Toung peo
ple's meeting at 7 p m.
At the Broadway Presbyterian church,
the pulpit will be occupied at 10:45 a.m.
by the Rev Charles L Morgan, of the
Congregational church, Moline; in the
evening by the pastor, the Rev W 8
Marquis. Sunday school at 9:10 a m.
Toung people's meeting at 6:45 p m.
South Park Mission Sunday school at
2:30 p m. Preaching at 3:30 p m.
At the First Baptist church, Rev. H. C.
Leland, pastor, Dr. S F Smith, author
of our national bymn, "My Country Tis
of Thee, Sweet Land of Liberty," etc.,
will preach at 10:45 a m. At 7:30 p m
the pastor will preach the first of a aeries
of sermons on "The Last Things." The
theme for the ensuing evening being
"Ueatn its imgin, import and Aboli
tion. Sunday school at 9:30 a m. J W
Welch, superintendent. Young people's
meeting at 6:30 p m. At the Forty
fourth street chapel, Sunday school at
aiJU p m. services at a 30 p m.
What yon need is a medicine which is
pure, efficient, reliable. Such is Hood's
i Sarsaparilla. It possesses peculiar cura
Call attention this week to bargains mentioned below:
TXJ1W WTR? TRSTTl.Tr 7
Gloriaine, Sun and Rain Umbrellas, colors fast, gold and silver
handles, 26 inch,
New arrivals in Dress Goods just
placed on sale. Double fold Cashmere
10 cents per yard.
BEIGES New Summer fabrics of
plains, stripes, plaids and figured,
17 cents and 20 cents.
SEALLIES New assortment of
Shallies in plain and figured effects- -newest
BROAD HE ADS New assortment
of Broad head Dress goods.
Hock Island. Illinois.
A Mammoth Stock
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1ARGER THAN EVER:
and three times as large as any other establishment in
this city can be seen at the popular store of
O LEWI AH M & SALZMANN.
They buy direct from the Manufacturers, thus saving the
wholesale dealers' profits and are enabled to command the
No. 1525 and 1527 Second Ave.,
The only Double Front Store in Rock Island.
Geo. W. D. Harris,
Real Estate and Insurance,
229 Seventeenth St., under Commercial
ry First class Ineurance at lowest rate.
The following are among
One of the beat money making restanrant and
boardine nonsee in the city near C. R. I. A P. de
pot, well located for any kind of business.
An eleeant property on Twenty -third street;
brick hon-e with all modern improvements; corner
jot ; bath rooms, sewer, hot and cold water ; cheap.
ft il SO; within 'five blocks ot pos'offlce'; a great
A nice house, well located in a good neighbor
hood on Twentieth street ; cheap.
$2,50 PER GALLON,
KOHN & ADLER'S,
POST OFFICE BLOCK.
BOOTS and SHOE
Trie Largest Stock,
Trie Lowest Prices
in the three cities. It will be a mistake to buy before
you eee our bargains.
Ladie sand Gents Low Shoes in all grades and prices.
Wigwam Slippers at your own prices.
Ladies fine Hand Turned shoes from the best manufacturers.
Custom Work and Repairing done at all three stores .
i3TCall and see ua.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL SHOE STORE, 1818 Second Arenas.
ELM STREET 8HOE STORE, PIONEER SHOE STORE, -
2929 Fifth Arenuo. ma Second Arena.
More new Jersey jackets for street .
wear all sizes in our celebrated
SILK UMBRELLAS Handsome as
sortment of silk, sun and rain umbrellas,
e the latest "swell," very elegant.
EMBROIDERIES Don't forget that
we are headquarters for fine embroider
ies. Examination will prove our state
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
the many bargains offered:
A nics two-story residence; fine corner lot 80s
150. One of the best neighborhoods on Foarth
A good corner property for Investment; 80x150
feet, on Third aveune; cheap.
A very nice property, nst on to id of city limits
and city taxes: cheap, on easy terms.
One of the best 80-acre farms, with Brat class
Improvements in Bowling townsh p; (.heap.
160 acres ; line land, near Dodge City, Kansas, at
So 50 per acre.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.