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THE AKGU8. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 6, 18J2
New.Tegwibfff mt Browner's.
Note RtWt ro8.h'BKC ef fadr
Piof.Eirschberg at TihBimas tomor
J. M. Christy, of Dea Moiaei, is in the
city. - "
SeaU now. on sale for "Two Old
Cronies " - J
Ripe tomatoes, lettuce and pie plant at
Children's tasta and caps in great ra
riety. at Uoyd" & Stewart's.
Mrs. HarrV Hdislip and children left
today on a short Tisit te friends in Chi
cago . J; -
Something altogether new in umbrel
las at Lieyd Stewart's. Cll and see
Leave orders at J. J. Lerch's, 309
Eighteenth street for paper hanging and
Everybody says Lloyd & Stewart have
the prettiest line of spring style bats in
the market. .
Prof. Hirachberg will be at Thomas
drug store tomorrow where he will eiam
ine your eyes free.
Wallpape.l Wallpaper!! Wll ppei !!!
Toe largest and best selected stock in the
city t Sutcliffe's.
The greatest of all musical frce come
dies. "The Two O d Cronies," at Har
per's theatre Friday night.
We have the prettiest line of spring
neckwear in the three cities. Call and
see it. L'oy l & Stewart.
Do not delay on bouse cleaning too
long. . Have your papering done by J
J. Lerch, 309 Eighteenth street.
Bay your wall paper now while the
stock is complete at Sutcliffe's, the lead
ing wall paper merchant in the city.
Election is over, and we will all
go to Harper's theatre Friday nigbt t
s?e Ada Dettvea in the "Two Old Cro
lourslay afternoon and evening
George Sutcliffe will give away 15oo
more of those neat - souvenirs t ladies
only. . ,
for durability and comrort buy our
$1.80 extra tap workman's shoe lace or
Congress. Dolly Bros,, 307 Twentieth
The place to buy your wall paper is at
George Sutcliffe's, the leading wall paper
merchant in the city, 1429 and 1431 Sec
We have the finest line of men's dress
shoes tipped or plain for $3 . 50. in the
city. Call and see them. Dolly Broa
307 Twentieth street.
Prof. Hirschberg. the optician, will be
at l nomas tomorrow. All who are
affected with their eyes will do well to
call on him while he slays here. It costs
Of the 19 companies who bid on 11
Biles of sewage to be built at Aurora,
111., this summer, the Rckford Construc
tion company was the lowest. The esti
mated cost is 195.000.
The second "off night" at the Y. M. C
A- will be held Thursday evening of
tais week. "AH young men are invited
t) come and, enjoy the, attractive pro
gramme which has been arranged.
There were two brawls on election
day. One en Second avenue in front of
the Blue Front, and another in a Second
avenue restaurant Ne great amount of
bld was 'spilled, and no arrests were
The cocking main in the suburbs jc
terday afternoon proved an exciting af
fair, and was witnessed by no less than
75 sports. There were three fights, dur-.
ing which iour birds were killed, the
up-town chickens carrying the flag of
victory from the gory field.
I be .Northern Illinois teachers meet at
Ottawa, 111 ..April 29 and 30. B. C
Caldwell, ofjuohne, will lead the high
school section? and Miss Hattie A. Moore
will open tha discussion in the inter
Bids will be received by the base ball
association Friday afternoon for the sale
af the privileges for refreshment stands.
popcorn stands and score cards. All
bids are to be. sealed. The board of
directors will jieserve the right to reject
any and all bids. Charles Hodges, prea
Manager Sage, of the twin-city pall
learn, has heard from Tim Bailey, of -St
Louis, and the latter will accept the
terms offered, so that he will probably he
signed tomorrow. Bailey played third
base for Ottumwa last asmmer, and will
probably hold down first for the twin
Charles O'Hara, second engineer on the
steamer Denkman, while working about
the "doctor" on the boat day before yes
terday. in some way; got his right fore
finger caught and- lacerated it', in such a
wav that it was found necassary to am
putate it at the firtt joint. It was a very
painful injury. -
Ad Deavea Dlaved her child roles with
id win Forest and John McCiillodgh and
later she played in the company of John
T. Raymond, Louts James, W. H. Crane
and riany other artists of sterling abilix
ty, fr m which she received many profit
able lessons, and today she ia called the
best .comediennes on the stage.
Clsrence Goldsmith, cf LeClaire, ar
rived in the city this morning, and a dili
gent search is now being made fr the
bodiea of the unfortunate young men who
were drowned on Saturday. Up to a
late laur the search was unsuccessful.
althoi gh a report has been prevalent that
one of the bodies bad been found, but
Cpt. L. L. Wheeler has returned from
Chicago, where he secured a --copy of the
flndim: of the U S. court in the matter
of the land condemned for the canal
riiht of wav, and today placed it on file
in the county recorder's office. Capt
Wheeler expects now to let a contract for
the fin t Hennepin construction work in
a few days.
Something unique, rat sociable at the
First lUptist church Thursday evening
Entertainment and supper. Admission
10 ceits. Supper 20 cents. Supper
served from o'clock. Entertainment
at 8:30 with the following programme
Essay on rats, J. W. Welch; music.
guitar and cornet with piano accompani
ment; select reading, Pi d Piper of
tlamlit," Mrs. George Mc Master;, tab
leaux, children and piper: a Chinese
relisb; feminine courage.
The Davenport mile track project
seems to be a go. Officers and directors
hhve b'-'en dieted as folk w.-: President,
C. T. Darling; vice president, John
Van TutI; treasurer, W. A. Vandervter;
secreta-y, Charles Raskin-; directors, H.
Witt, Ctorge Baldwin, G. W. French,
John Eden, Steve Hoover, L. H.
Davis, L. B. Guy. Louis Ott and John
Hill. It was decided to call the
new association the Davenport Mile
Track club. The board of directors will
meet in a fiw days to draw up articles of
incorporation, and do such other business
sa may come to hand.
One f the cases dismissed in the diss
tr'ct court yesterday was that of Annie
Rodeen against George Wils n. George
Wilson is a son of F. W. Wilson, of Ru
ral township, 111. Annie Rodeen is of
the same place, and has been employed as
a domes .ic in various places in the town
ship, where it is said rumor deals bv no
means gently with her namd. L at
August she notified young Wilson that
unless l.e married her straightway she
snouid rtegin action against him on
charge of seduction. -He had no idea of
doing th s, and as he soon after obtained
employment in this city, action was
brought against him in the Scott county
district CDurt. ibis afternoon the plain
tiff failed to appear, and the case was dis
missed at her cost, Davenport Demo
RriolarioBO or Coodoieoee.
Wherkas. Ojr beloved classmate and
pupil, Li igh Johnson, and our beloved
friend, Fingal Hill, formerly of our num
ber, have been suddenly removed from
our midst, therefore be it
Resolved, By the class of '93 and the
teachers ( I the Rnck Island high school.
First, That we have learned with de p
sorrow or the untimely death of our as
Second. That they haye ever been dili
gent students and deserying of
our highest respect, and their memory
win tvcrie cnerisned by us all.
Third. That we extend our heartfelt
sympathy to the sorrowing parents in their
Fourth. That a copy of these resolu
tions be sent to the afll cted families.
Fifth. That these resolutions be kept
on file in tbe Rock Island high pcbool.
Sixth. That these resolutions be pub
lished in the Ruck Island papers.
John A. Noftskeh, Charles J Long,
Kins-let Mack., " May Blandisg,
Alice Hi MEjf way, S G Bagnall,
C. L Eastman,
f 0 mmittee.
AN 1 PRE8SION OF GRAT1TPPK.
Whereas, Messrs. Martin Remley,
James Thomas and Frank Vogel im
perilled thiitr own Uvea in their noble
efforts to rescue our pupils and -classmates
Rjy Head, Harry Cook, Leigh
Johnaoe aid Fingal Hill; therefoebe it
Resolyed. That we, the teachers and
clusi of '93 of the Rock Island High
school express our gratitude for tbe
bravery and heroism displayed in behalf
of those ao intimately associated with us.
Be it f urthtT . .
Resolved, That copies of these resolu
tions be set t to the papers of Rock Isl
and for publication, and to the gentlemen
for whom tiese resolutions are drawn.
Edith Cask, . i Eats Normotle,
Anna Lars jn, . Christian Koch,
J. A. Bishop.
. ' Committee.
DAM olMOlAriON. - (
Tno Twooty-IoortBi Street Onotrae,-
ttoo Reanovr'-by! th eIiel-T
Cltj'o lnlaBctioa ttervei.
The 'Twenty-fourth street dam, to
which reference has been made in ' The
Argus, was torn away by order of Myor
McConochie at 1 o'clock this afternoon.
Chief Miller with Officers Schaab and
Etzel droye up in the pairol wagon, and
in short brder demolished the obnoxious
dam, and the water whidi had been held
in abeyancS rushed out and proceeded
unvexed in its natural cours).
No sooner had this been done than
Sheriff Gordon served the injunction pre
pared by City Attorney Haas and granted
by Judge Pleasants, which the city bad
ordered, restraining the property holdtrs
who had constructed the dam, from fur
ther blocking the ditch, the required
bonds having been furnished, and all is
now serene in that portion of town. '
Reliable Jleuir.al Aid.
We clip the following from the Rocks
Only those who hnve suffered, and
whose lives have been sui-peuded in the
trembling bulmice between life and death,
can realize how the Ullicu d grisp nt an
opportunity to tie cured. If we cannot
move without pmn, est without suffer
ing, and obtain rest in sleep, of what use
is life to us? Happiness without health
is an impossibility, and all the pleasures
of life become dim and unreal Tbe ob
ject of life without hopes and aspirations
fades rapidly as disease reduces and death
apt roaches. How many people realize
tbe above facts yet pay no attention to
that which undermines their health. He
man life is too short to be made miser
able by diseases t hat are curable, and it
ia in this connection we wish to sty a
word concerning Dr Fruth, of Ntw York,
whose advir isement is no doubt familiar
to the readers of tbe Gnzette. He has
by superior knowledge and various ex
perience, acquired special skill in tbe
treatment ot certain ailments tnat pnyi
aicians in general practice could not ex
pect to possess. We may also add that
his dealings with the t til cted are hnest
and conscientious, but we, as is our cus
tom, witbeld this endorsement of him
until we had good reasons to know that
be is justly entitled to all that is claimed
for him as an experienced physicitn and
an honorable gentleman, worthy of what
ever confidence that may be reposa l in
him. His recent visits here have been
beneficial to his pttients, and we have no
hesitation in commending him to those
who haye failed to find relief from other
Dr. Fruth can be consulted free at the
Harper house Wednesday, April 13
Did it ever Occur to you to take Hood's
Sarsaparilla, the best spring medicine?
Try a bottle this season. It will do you
Hartzt 8l Bafinson have for tale the
double, houte on the corner of Nineteenth
street and Third venue, which they -will
sell at a bargain to parties who will re
move it frori the lots at once.
- Lane's Fimily
bowels each day.
Medicine moves' the
Most people need to
USED BY HEN. WOME3 um CHILDREN.
A SHINE LASTS A WEEK.
' LEATHER PRESERVER.
) A HANDSOME POLISH.
2QC. A BOTTLE.
1 cent a O foot
H will pay forj changing the ep
pea ranee of old Furniture s
eompletelythatiwill look like new
ff. IS THE I NAME
OF THE PAIN1 THAT COES IT.
NO PAY UNTIL CURED. .
JJoopprton No !ain No danger,
d t-ntlon from bnelnen.
riLUS ('V RE without pain, nse of knife or
cautery no anesthetic vo duten.ion from bas:
nets. DR.A.L.DE S0UCHET
The Ituptu-e Speelalist, of Chirago, or his asso
ciate will be at
Every MONDAY and TUESDAY
References: A. E. Britton.40S5 A rmour ave"nc,
Cricmi? ; fieoM. Bennott, 8202 lllinoio avenue,
Chicago; Wm. -chiudle-. Mirth iwika, Inu.: Dr.
Sweetland. Uighlaud Park, 111.; II. G. Eddy,
SOLVED THE FKOBLEM.
The inventor of the New Scale Kim
ball Piano was overjoved when he found
what a succers he hd made of it, and the
above cut represents his feelings ' Have
you examined these pianos? Do not
confound them with the old stenciled
nuke, but call and see tbe New Scale;
they are the finest in the Ian . We have
just received a fine assortment in An
tique 0k, Bird's Eve Maple. Mahogany
Satin. Walnut, French Walnut and Rse
Wood finish dfes. Call early and see
tbe finest variety ever shown in tbe city
or Rock Island .
D. Boy Bowlby, 172& Sec nd Ave.
.iaUfitfr i i .m- mm- ti.ikhi urn . am
Hi UMu I It ! r-f r- II i I ' I
Billiard and Pool Parlors.
having nt furnished a fine Parlor nptairn and
eq'uppea u wnntwooi isrunsw'cK unite e
finest Billiard Tablrf, also two due Pool'
IN THE CIGAR STORE
Viie flnctt line of Imported and Domestic Cigar
and Tobacco iu the market.
, 1S08 Second avenue.
1 2 Imnar;
moTi's 1 f-inrii
Ml 5hIo liy ml t.ivt
it 'to'i.-rvirvTi.- Ti,h'5km.
i-i. irTi;(r and UJi-rolorutlrHui Km
hh unions ur mailed lor o9 ctf.
c I ntire Bros.
h--Miss Mahan of New
York city will be -with u$
Monday, April 4, Tues
day, April Wednes-
day, April "6th, for the
purpose of fitting and
explaining the merits of
the celebrated Prince of
We will be pleased . to
have you .call and exam
ine whether you wish to
purchase or not.
2 Thursday, April;
will have a er.nt
yju mai nay w win
us representative of
the largest CI. ak a.
tx-o u mien oiaifg.
garmenta can be dWiv
once. Jackets. Cap, ,
wuait-vt-r is new t r Lai'i
Misses and (Jhi lrn
A grand opportunity ti m.,
a selection of S,iIlg ,jtf
ments at low priers
Rock tslnnri. TIlinoiK.
Is the appropriate name applied to us
FURNITURE and CARPETS
' Largest assortment and latest styles. Inspection
cordially invited by
CLEM ANN & SALZMANN,
The Money Savers.
POCKET KMVES and SCISSORS took tbe hiehestpremim
for quality. If yon want a goold knife try one.
One need not be told what a nice present aD elegant Carricf
Set like those I have to show will be. Also those
Gold Medal Carpet Sweepers.
Every woman that keeps house wants
finish Fire Sets and Irons.
v Acorri Stoves and Ranges
are the leaders made in Illinois for our soft coal -and every on?
gaarant-ed. These are all good things to buy at Cluiftnias-or
any othej time. Come in an i see how much Lave to show yon
that is useful and novel in housekeeping goods.
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
' Cor. Third Ave. and Twentieth Street. Rock N'anL
Elegance of Style and Perfection of Fit.
, It has never been our good fortune to secure so many beautiful and artistic designs and
; , . perfectTfitting,; well-made -
BOYS' AND CHI LDREN'S NOVELTIES
As we are now showing for the spring and summer.' Popular among which are Zouave Suits, in four
different styles; Vestee Suits, in every style imaginable; Double-Breasted Suits, in eight different styles;
Three-Piece Suits, sizes 10 to 16, in V different styles; Kilt and Jersey Suits, in eight different styles;
Long Pants Suits, a fine assortment and variety much larger than ever, comprising all new shades in dark
and light colors. CHILDREN'S SUITS; 58c to $14,50. LONG'. PANTS SUITS, S2.2 to $22.00.
f Over 200 dozen SHIRT WAISTS to select from. Full dress. waists, also waists with Marshall collars,
turned cuffs, fancy fronts and ties to match. Beautiful line in LAt)IES! SHIRtAVAISTS. The celebrated
S. & A., fast black hose for boys. Exquisite iine of boys hats and caps. We repeat that it has never been
our good fortune to show nor that ctf our patrons to select f rbm such a grand array of boys' wearing apparel.
PRICES GUARANTEED LOWER
Than those of any other establishment for equally well made and well trimmed merchandise.- If yo"
want to clothe your boys and have. them look neat and tidy, you will find it decidedly advantageous
trade with the dependable . .
IRON CLAD AND