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b and Second-hand.
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for Filter" primary
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C, C. TAYLOR'S,
1717 S-cocd -Avenue.
J. E. REIDY,
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fci3 Second Avenue, over
HoDpe's Tailor Shop.
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.' nuinfr of boaaea will in
' $85.004Dd Dpward,
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flaxes to Pay Until 1893.
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Reck Island Will Soon Have Many
The Wcrb. Kat o 91 linn Avenaf
HnrseailaB t the Bui.
n as Pop I It n
ii ... i. . '. ' ""wy auu aecore
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TUww.. mum ireea.
Su.a. n"-elJr 'tntfd and moat
Eilwards & Walsh have completed the
excavations east of Elm street for a suf
ficient distance to enable the resumption
of brick paving Monday morning. The
firm will push tbe imptovement with all
tbe speed possible with tbe hope of at
least reaching Tbirtj-eigbth street this
fall. It is to be hoped the pavement will
be completed as far aa tbe Rock Island
depot at any rate, and if it goes as far as
Thirty-eighth, so much the better, as a
matter of course.
Tbe suggestion made in last night's
Argus with reference to the paving of
East and West Seventeenth, two blocks on
Sixteenth und one on Fifteenth, have
met with learty favor at the hands of
piblic spiiited ciUzjns. Eighteenth
stett was paved for two blocks last
jear. and Mark et fqucie has just bei n
likewise substantially pnved. Second
avenue is pved frcm Xinth to Twentieth
the latter street from first to Xinth ave-
nue,,Fourth from Twentieth to Twenty
third, the li.tter to Moline avenue, and
Moline avet ue from Twenty-third to Elm.
The ordirance has passed for the pav
ing of Third avenue from Ninth to Twen
tf-fourth, of Nineteenth from First to
Third and of Commercial alley. This
leaves only the five blocks mentioned to
complete thj main business centre, to say
nothing of ihe ni iin thoroughfares al
ready completed leading to the resident
portions. Then it is not uolikl; that
tbe property holders living on Seven
tcenth, Eighteenth an i Nineteenth south
of Third av nue will petition the council
to have thote streets paved tue coming
The pavitg movement involves an eco
nomical me-hod of providing lor the per
manent improvement of streets, and ihe
council cam oi do loo u.uch of it.
GEO. F. BOTH,
"Jcison4 Bursty o6 ce.
THE STREET RAILWAYS.
Pat Somn tr was fined 3 and costs in
the police court this morniDg for intcxi
M orris Geismar, cashier for tbe Molir.e
Wagon comaany, met with a rather ur.
p!eaant experience a. 11 o'clock last
night on bis way to his home, the resi
dence of his uncle, Morris Rosenfield, 220
Tenth street. Near the corner of Tenth
street and S cond avenue he was attacked
by two men who wiih leveled revolvers
dammded his va!urle9 or his life.
Gjisaaar promptly yielded the former and
the foot pad a came in possession of his
gold witch hnd chain and fled. The
police were notified but, have found no
trace of the nigbwaymen.
Offiuei William Glass, against whom
grave charge s have been made of late, has
askid for an investigation of such charges.
and the matter will be likely to come be
fore the council at its next meeting.
That for less offenses than those with
which Mr. Glass is charged, other police
men have beeD removed under the present
administration without having the privl
lege cf an investigation, there Is no doubt,
and it is because ot other circumstances
that Tee Aegus has not more fully ex
posed the matter, and not because it
would defend Mr. Glass, whom it has re
garded from tbe first as unfit in every
way for polite duty.
As Intricate t'e.
Thomas Mix well, of Port Byron, who
was arrested here on Wednesday night by
the police on a charge of larceny was
given a hearing before Magistrate Etone
of that place yesteiday, and the case
RL'ainst him was dismissed. He was re
arrested before leaving the court rooir,
however, do a telegram from
Constalle Eckbart, of this city.
His attorney, William Meese, of Moline,
then became excited aud it is said advised
tbe prisioner to resist the officer, claiming
that his arrest was illegal, and even went
so far as to tJl the prisioner to strike the
cfQcesgind escape, that he bad a perfect
riebt to do eo. A large crowd of
indignant citizens aseembled and
it was with d fficulty that further trouble
was prevented. Maxwell was brought to
this city last night and this morning his
attorney made application to the circuit
court for a writ of habeas corpus, but the
proceedings were dismissed by Judge
Smith this afternoon, and Maxwell is
having his bearing before Magistrate
Wivill this af ernoon.
Aatatbf r Hnlelde ia Davenport.
Mrs. Mare:iret Tegrunde. wife of Died-
rich Tegrundo. living at 928 West Sixth
street, DaTenport, committed suicide
shortly after 3 o'clock yesterday after
noon by banging. The woman had been
suffering from illness for the past two
years, and for several months past her
micd bad been somewhat deranged . Her
condition led her husband to quit his reg
ular employment and give his entire time
to cre of her. Yesterday she appeared
in better beal .h than usual and his atten
tion to her whs somewhat relaxed. Un
observed she stole from the house to the
barn, secured a rope, hanged herself, and
when found by ber husband she was dead.
Coroner McCortney was summoned, em
panelled a iury. and a Terdict was returu
in accoi dance with the facts
The Track Laying Foreea ' Third
Avenue and the Klna Street lUoe-
Xo-ea. '- -
General 8upt. Henry Schnitcer of the
tri city street railway, this morning com
menced relaying with Johnston rail.' the
track of the bridge line on Third avenue
between Nineteenth and Fifteenth, the
only part of this branch of the system
here the old Htr&D iron rpma'nprl
Electrical Engineer Fredericks has at the
same time begun the transferring of the
overhead wires on the Elm street line
from Fifth to 8ixth on Nineteenth and
from Nineteenth to Twenty-first on Sixth
avenue. As soon as the four hi no V a nn
tbe bridge line are relaid, Supt. Schnit-
V will transfer his forces to
he Em street line and it will
be completed as soon as possible. Then
tbe syndicate will be through with its
:rak operations in Rock Island and Mo
ine. It would also be through in a short
time in Davenport, were it not that every
property holder in that city seems to want
a special line by his door. Rock Island
has the advantaee of a system which is
at once convenient to the public and psy-
ng to the street car company, simply be
cause the council has extended reasonable
privileges to the company, in permitting
it to use such streets as are desirable and
to abandon those which are cot. Daven
port would find it to its advantage to
Manager Louderback announces that
two cars will be put on the Milan line the
first of the week, insuring half hour eeri
vice between Rock Island and the tower.
The motormen and conductors on the
Milan road are to have new uniforms, too.
Supt. Hunloon has decided upon a de
sign similar to that to be used on the
other lines, except that the tower lite
men will be distinguished by dark grey
uniforms and cups, a very good idea on
Mr. Iluntoon's part
30 Liur E Wilson to Benjamin Lar
son, lot 1, block 2,S:rnett'3 second addi
tion. Rock Island, 325.
Anson Candee to John Ridcliffe, lot 4.
block 5. Candee grove, South Moline,
David Sears and J D Woodruff to A C
and C J Dart, outlot 1. Woodruff & Sears'
first a. dition, Sears, S418.50.
Gjstaf Swecsson to Henry Thomjen
w 20 feet lot 8, block 2, Pitts, Gilbert &
Pitts' first addition, Moline. 31,750.
Marie Wilmaserto W B Ferguson and
W T Magill, lot 3. block 16, Spncer &
Case s addition, Kock Island, 2 600.
Julia Gahin to Catherine Cronin, as
sessor's plat of outlots to Kock Island.se J,
lot 54. 86, 18' 2w, S100.
Susan B Brown to Martin T Wright,
lot 33, 23, 17. 2 w, Milin, 150.
Oct. 1 John T Noftsker, John G
Smith w. lot 1 and 2, block 1, East Rock
Island addition to Moline, $3,000.
Peter Thompson to F. C. Hoffman
part lot 15, 31, 18, lw, assessor's plat of
William H Gest to Christian Naab, lot
1, block 2, Howard's First addition to
Rock Island. $500.
Mark E Thomas to E II Guyer, part of
lots 5, 6 and 8, block 3, Old Town of Mo.
John Bladel to Theodore F. Kendall,
w, lot 7 and 10. block 25. Chicago or
Lower addition, Kock Island, 9700.
Oct . 1 Estate of William L. Cook
Report of sale of real estate filed and ap
proved and executor authorized to exe1
cute deed to purchaser.
Estate of Mary R. Bans;s. Inventory
filed and approved. Proof of notice to
Fstate of Jacob Korb. Appraisement
bill and widow's aMard filed and approved.
The winc Emmons (Sensation.
The preliminary hearing ot the case
against Conductor William Swing, of the
Rock Island road, charged by Fred Em
mons with adultery, was deferred until
Monday morning instead of this morning,
the defendant being held meanwhilo in
It is understood that Emmon's wife
has begun suit for divorce at Ottawa.
Tbe action begun in the justice court Is
preliminary to a suit for f 10,000 damsges
against Conductor Swing, who Emmons
charges with having alienated the affec
tions of Mrs. Emmons, wife of the com.
To Dupal Coldr,
Headaches and fevers, to cleanse the
system effectually, yet gently, when cos
tive or bilious, or when tbe blood is im
pure or sluggish, to permanently cure
habitual constipation, to awaken the kid
nevs and liver to a healthy activity, with
out irritating or weakening them, use
Syrup of Figa,
Chicago and Saturn for (4 97.
On OzV d the C R. I. & P. will sell
round trip tickets to Chicago at a rate of
one fare for the round trip.
A handsome complexion is one of the
greatest charms a woman can possass
FOZZOnl S uompiexion powuer mien iu
Cut .glass berry dishes at Will R. John
son's Nice grapes and peaches at Young's.
,. .New light neck chains in solid gold at
Will R. Johnson's.
Gilpin Moore went to Chicago last
night on a business trip.
. r For chamber suits and parlor suits go
to Clemann & Salzmann's.
The only place to buy wall paper and
buy it cheap, is at George Sutcliffe's.
Tbe horsemen are enjoying some good
racing at Riverview park above Moline,
Sales still continue on wall paper at
Sutcliffe's; prices from 20 to 30 Der cent
cheaper than any other dealer in the city.
Alartm Coen, formerly with Mclntire
Bros, of this city, and now conducting
their branch house at Superior, Neb., is
the city calling on old friends.
At Trinity church next Thursday morn
ing at 10:30 o'clock occurs the marriage
of Miss Florence Bostock, daughter of
Deputy Collector Harry Bostock and wife,
to Thomas Downine. Rev. R. F. Sweet.
Chief Ramekill now has six cf the fire
men selected for the paid fire department
They are Bernard Brahm, J. D. Collier.
Henry Dasso, H. F. Blecker, George
Glass and John Bander. This is a l that
will be appointed for the present. The
bojs did good work in the little fire in
W all s carnage fac'ory last evening. .
On their wav borne from a committee
meeting last niebt. Aldermen Snox and
Huesing. of the finance committee of the
city council, discovered smoke coming
out of Wall's carriage factory. They
lmmediitely notified Mr. Wall who has
been confined to his horns the past few
days on account of sickness. The latter
gave the keys to the aldermen who upon
nvesugaiion found the cause to te a bar
rel of sawdust, wh!ch was on fire, and
which tbe e ntienien immediatelv extin
guished, thus preventing what might
have been a very serious fire.
Notice '0 Memb?ri.
All mem! ers of St. Paul lodge No. 107,
Enigh'.s of Pythias, and also tbe Uniform
R-ink, are hereby notified that bead-,
quarters have been changed to the I. O.
O. F. hill, where all meetings will be held
JAHNS & BERTELSEN
Frost and ic are reported in Xe.v Eng
land. Gold is quoted at 331 premium in
There is three feet of snow on a level at
Red Lodge, Mont.
Jay Gould's family deny tbatheisor
has been seriously ill.
The Boston banking firm of A. B.
Turner & Co. has failed.
Thursday's pate receipts at the Illinois
state fair were $25,0jO.
A meeting at Windsor, Ont., to discuss
annexation to the United States broke un
In a row.
Tbe race war in Lee county, Arkansas
has culminated in tbe lynching of ten ne
gro rioters by the whites.
It is thought probable that Postmaster
Hart, of Boston, will resign his federal
office and run again for mayor this win
ter. Harvey Watterson, father of the editor
ot The Courier-Journal, died Thursday
night at the borne of his son iu Louisville.
Office, Rooms 3, 4, 5 and 6 Masonic Temple,
WhT not pay the same amonnt to tbe Borne
Bai'.dlng and Loan Association each month that
yoa are cow paying for rent. anJ acquire a home
of yonr own.
Lan? awarded at lowest rates.
Stock in the firs' eerie may be faal upon ap
pl ca"ion to the Secretary.
I have a large number of old
faehioned whisky glasses, hold
ing on an average one-third as
much as a plain half pint tum
bler. The demand for common
jelly glasses is eo for in excess
of the visible supply that I
have concluded to offer these
tumblers, assorted, at 25 cents
a dozen, while they last. They
are of the very best glaes,
highly polished, useful In many
ways after they are emptied.
Q. M. Looslxy.
CBIKJ, SLASS AKD LASTS.
UOB Second Avenne,
Highest of all In Evening Power. V. S. Gov't Rfport, Aug. 17, 18S9.
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Tinware And Housk Furnishing Qoodp.
1612 second avenue,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
: NEW GOODS :
Art Store. The Fair. 1
Oak easles, something new. N'f Barnes.
-ik screens 'w Tovs.
llbums. New D ills.
Picture frames. Can't mention them all. Come and sie
Jrape tissue paper is used for all kindt fr yourself.
of fancy work. Watch for our
Te now have a large stock SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT
So. 9 drawing books. Qext weejf.
GE0KGE H. KINGSBURY,
1703, 1705 Second Ave. Telephone 1216.
A fine Line in the Newest Styles, the best
Assortment Ever Shown at Lowest Prices.
G. O. HUCKSTAEDT,
1811 and 1813, Second Avenue, KOCK ISLAND.
You Can't do Without:
Dr. McKann's Celeteil Cough Syrup,
The very best preparation made for Conghs, Colds, Bronchitis, and all lung and
CURES LIKE MAGIC !
Good alike for children and adults. Two sizes 19 and 25c.
Tlomas' Celebrated Kidney aid Livsr PILLS.
These pills are fist taking the place of the more expensive remedies fir all kidney and
TTTJ"V7'g Because they are easier to take, cheaper in pr'ce and give tetter
v v x x results.
Give them a trial. None equal them. Tbe proprietor will forward them to any address by
mai1, on receipt of price, 25 cen's a bottle. Mde only by
T. H. THOMAS,
Rock Island 111.
- Special Shoe Sale -
300 Pair Men's Shoes,
250 Pair Ladies' Shoes
REGARDLESS OF COST
Men's Shoes. Regular Price f3.00; reduced to $2 25
Men's Shoes, V 8 50 a 4 00; " 2.75
Men's Shoe, V " 5.00 a 5 50; 3.75
Men's Tan Colored Bhoes, " " 4 00; " 2 8
Ladies Shoes, " 2 60; " " 1.75
Ladies' Hand Turn Shoes, " " 3 00; 2.25
Ladies' Hand Turn 8hoes, " " 8 50; " " 2 7
Ladies Hand Turn Shoes, " " 4 50: " 3.25
Remember there ia only a limited amout of the abore bargains, io come esr.y
Central Shoe Store,
1818 Second Avenne.
Elm Street Store
2929 Fifth Atenna-