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THE A KG US.
Saturday, June 11, 1892.
The Work on Third Avenue Pro-
I'Drthrr Ili-lay in th Moline Avenie
Con ti act of KdnartlH A Walsh
torn in imj. 1 mi. l the
I i mini Manor
The Rotkford Construction company
i putting in good licks on its Third av
nae paviDg contract east of Ninth
treet. The work .f excavation for two
flecks, or as far as Eleventh street, is pro
Sussing nicely, although the task is anex
teedingly difficult ono, owing to the fact
ihattheoid Union street railway company
left Xjes in when it abandoned its right of
way below Fifteenth street there, which
xsm be uprooted. It is found a diffi
cult job with sis horses attaches to a
plow to dip up some of thiss old ties.
The company is ruttiDg forth every eff
ort to get the street in shape for the
pavers, however, and its forces arc work
ing until it o'cleik at night in order to
pnsh the work along. The paving roicei
are t K ed. .1 Monday or Tuesday.
Tii k A p.o di of last evening spoke ot
the dtl&y of EJwsrds fc Walsh in resum
ing woik on HoBm avenue. The con
toMtOTI Were obliged to stop on account
of the wretched wea'htr which made
coutiauance of the the operations im
practicable, and notwithstanding this the
3rm hud made assurances that the work
would not be stopped until completed and
the pab'.ic therefore looks to Eiwards &
Wa!h to recommence work at once,
where they were broken off by weather
conditions The public is particularly
anxious that the paving of the avenue be
completed as far as Bro3k"s
eroding at least by the Fourth of July.
It may be reasonably be expected
therefore that the contractors will re
ume work on Moline avenue early in the
BROUGHT PROM BIDDY'S
"fim') wherifl' Silvia and a Poste
Kuiti the Ma rew table Kert un
The what was thought to be retired
rescrt of ' Biddy" McGee, at the head of
twentieth street was raided by Deputy
SheTiff Silvis and a pssse composed of
Chief Mule: and several policemen at :2
o'clock last night, and a goodly number
jt the class known usually
i sporty boys were takcu to the armory.
The offlscrs surrounded the house and
11 men hnd five womeu loaded into hacks
nd !be patrol wagon snd conveyed to
ihe nation, Magistrate WivUl whs
atOBsed from his couch and the motley
rowd of offenders, one by one, came
forward and either l ijuidated or put up
lollatiTbi for it.
L?e L Btauchsicc and wife were fined
WOO sod cos's each for heaping aioise
f ill farce
AcLit-Thompson and Annie Norton,
:matcs of the house, were each fined $100
nti id Oeiauft Ot payment were sent to
ihe county jail. Joseph Turner and
-iohD McDonald, two steamboat men
were fined ?20 each, and Thomas John
ion, Edward Murphy, 0::o Schfer,
Frank Garner, Henry George. E. L
Johnson, William Pererson, Gus Ander
jon and Lillie Spencer $25 and costs each.
The keepen of the house showed a mar
riage certificate which they thought ought
1 Jet them out, but that had nothing to
do wj;h keeping the Louse of ill fame.
Some cosily jewelry was put up by ttc
McGee woon as security for the pay
nest Ot her own and husband's fine.
The F C A. Denkmann and C. J.
'.aCrey eich brought down eight strings
of logs, the E. Rutiedge and Bart E.
Linehan 16 strinps cich and the Thistle
56 strings of lumber. The- Fredd.e.
Went Swain and Pilot came down and
the C.ffrcy. Denkmann, Pilot. Rutledge.
Venn. Swain and Josephine passed up
The Sidney passed down on her way to
At. Liuis this morning.
Tie stage of water at the Rock Island
htidge at noon t lay was IS AO and the
temp rature was 99
Bx-PrteM flattery in Back
Air. Slattcry is a nandome, fine-look-:du
uh.l, s;x feet, three inched in he:i;LT,
and siakt ex'empcrancousiy . Une
ial: ti.- audience on Sunday are ladii s.
Ha. a or ah.ne he will puck Harper'a
'3Jhetre. ua everybody is anxious to at
lend. I- is worth a dollar to hear him
ami yet i: only coats 15 cents. Hit six
iliff-reot b iokscan be had. one of them
tasted ' The Devil's Prayer Bo .k " In
Very ci;y hua reds are turned uwuy, un
Dlc i. i.u iVjn 8t-inc!inr r.i.im
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mem hi r In Harper's Theatre Sunday and
Jlondis. 2 '') and 7 45 p. m. Go early.
Adt me Wall Paper company.
Wa 1 paper at the Adams Wall Paper
Can every 15 minutes to the watch
More cheap rugs received at Clemann
Call at Lloyd & Stewart's and get
yoursilf a straw hat.
M. Curry, of Coal Valley was in the
city a few hours today on business.
The finest line of bed room suits in
Rock Island at G O Hucksteadt'e.
EL C. McConnell, of Chicago, is in the
city paying his respects to old friends.
Takt an electric ride aud enjoy the
band concert at the watch tower Sunday.
Those summer coats and vests at L'.oyd
& Stev art's are beauties. Call and see
Dining room and center tables, the
finest ine and lowest prices at G. O
Wall paper, the largest stock and at
prices that defy competition, at George
We h ive th! largest and prettiest line
of straw hats in the three citle?, at L'oyd
& Stew irt's.
by buy wail paper from others
when yon cm buy at the Adams at
msnufai turer's prices.
Everybody can affml to buy a bed
room sut at the prices that Clemann
& SalDiann are selling them at.
R v. VY. S. Marquil has returned from
h;s visit to Ohio. His mother, of Bloom
incton. accompanied him on his trip.
NOW s your time to buy wall paper,
md Sutoliff's is the place to buy i'.
Hoaral i-rices. honest workmanship and
the largtst stock to select from.
You will save from 10 to 90 per
cent by mying your wall paper and
curtains of Sutcliff. Try him nd sec
for your.' elf.
T. A. Reynolds of Chicago spent yes
terday in the city, the guest of his son-in-law,
Manager Albrecht. of the Postal
Fred B andt, of Avoca, Iowa, is in the
city visiti lg his friend Fred Woltmann.
Mr. Bran it, who is a photographer, may
locate heie in the near future.
The A ims Wall Pap.-r ,'company stii!
have plenty of Wall paper to supply
tie Tri-cites, and they intend to sell at
prices that defy ail competitors.
Rev. F W. Merrell wiil speak at the
I. M. C. A. rooms tomorrow i.f fpm.Kin
on the topic, Ideal Manhood.
There wi! also be special solo singing bv
9 H Crcjl.
Bev. Joseph Siattery. Harper's theatre.
Sunday afternoon 2:30. subject: -'Con
veins ani Monasteries Evening at
7 45 Subject: "Why I Left the Roman
Catholic Priesthood. "
iarpew, carpet, tne nicest selection
Of pattern and at prices that cannot be
excelled in the Tri-cities, Cali and see
them before purchasing elsewhere. G
C-irds are out announcing the marriage
of Him Bute McDonald and T.C. Wake
nc-i.i winch takes place at the home of
the brides oarents, 2326 Fourth avenue
Tuesday evening, June 21, at 7 30 o'clock
Tiie Ricit Islanders who attended tin
.Minneapolis convention have returned
h m ail of them fully satisfied that the
results of the convention were j ust as they
expected thsy would be, exactly.
Division Agent Mack, of the C, B. St
y . is awak ! to the necJs of the day, and
like Lis gre it road, is always on time.
Most of out business houses were pro
vided with fans today wi'h the Burling
Tne first tjrar.d excursion of the Li
Salic Club will be held on Frid.iy cven
icg, June 17:h, on the steamer Jose
phine and barge. Tickets 35 cents, are
for sale in Rock Islandat Ueidy Bros.,
in Mitchell & Lynde building. Good
music and dancing free
Henry W. Jennings, of Henry county,
was in the city today. He lives in the
only democratic township of the couuty,
but says he will convert the remaining
townships of the couuy to democracy
if he is allowed to inhabit this mundane
ipberj a fe yeirs longer.
At the Grace Luthertn, corner Forty-,
fourth aud Si ventn avjnue, R:7. G. E
Shuey past r. S.-rvices mornint? and
evening as u ual, at 10:45 a. m and 7 30
p. m Mora;ng subject: "The Wealth f
the Curistiao ' evening: "The One Thing
Lickiu ' S laday scaoo'. at tt:15 a. m.
At the Broidwiy Presbyterian church,
the morning terv.ee at 10:45 will be de
voted to the Children's Day Ex-erciaes.
In the evening at 7;3 ) o'clock the pastor.
T tit .t mm ...
iev nr. v-i .uarquis wi,. prea:b. Yoans
Re-i-pCOpI; 3 moe,in2 Bt 0:45 P- mr Sunday
The case of assault against Tim O'Con -nell
of Milan which came up for hearing
before Justice Hawes again this morning
was once more continued on account of
Enos Ailes, the prosecuting witness again
taking a fit which wa? probably brought
on by the excitement. The case has now
been set for Tuesday morning.
The federal office holders in Rock Isl
and, not the least of which in noise mak
ing is the late Mr. Wells, have been hust
ling about today arranging for a ratifica
tion meeting on Market sqiare tonight.
The Flambeaux will turn out, Bleuer's
band will play, aai there will bs speech
The young legal luminary wLo made
such a goose of himself last winter, made
about as big a dunce of himself political
ly yesterday by running d wn the colored
people at the offl.-e of the Postal Tele
graph company where election returns
were being received. Wnen taken to task
by one of the race, he simplt replied that
he didn't care, he mimt wa it he said.
A locil company has been formed with
acapitnl stock of $850,000 and purchased
a three-quarter interest :u the Morrell
alcohol, tobacco and opium cure, atd
wi.l make this city its m-iin ofBce.l S.v
eral branches are already established and
the company will extend thetu - s rapidly
as possible. Offices have been secured
in the Baford building, formerly . ccupied
by M. E Sweeney.
Archie E. Denison, one of the best
known and most popular young men of
Hampton, died there at 1:30 o'clock this
morning, of quck consumption, aged 27
years. He had been at home- sick only
a short time, and the end came sooner
than w,is expected. Mr. D.nis n was
for some tima a clerk at the Kiator
house in Moline, where he lad a large
acquaintance. He wib a young man of
exemplary habits, and his kind disposi
tion had won him many friends who will
deeply mourn his untimely late. The
funeral occurs from his late home to
the Congregational church ia Hampton
Ben j main A. Frysinger died at his
home in Milan yesterday afternoon, atted
45 years. He leaves a wifo snd thrro
children. The funeral will occur from
the home of Mrs. James Johnston to
morrow afternoon at 8 o'clock.
M Cooke llnnuio.i
Miss Maltie Cooke a long-lime teacher
in the Davenport Hin school, n.as been
oierted lady principal ot the Monmooti,
111., college, but it is not thought that she
will accept the honor Th-? managers of
the Davenport schools wou! 1 regret to
lost her. Divmpor' Democrat.
Miss Cooke, whose home is in Rock
Island, and who was tor e rs one of tbe
teachers in the Rock Is. and public
schools, has naturally many warm frii-nds
here who wiii be Interested iaany honors
that may come to Ler in her school work.
Miss Cooke has not yet decided upon ac
ceptance, although the salary is larger
than she is receiving in Davenoort, and
she has jast refused a similar sppoint
mm, in Missouri.
Every testimonial regarding Hood'fl
S irs iparilla is an honest, unpurchased
staieraent of what th.s medicine has r.c -ualiv
Estate of Simon K Fox Decease.!.
The eadeiaifiMd havtng been a iointel mtmin-i-:r:it
if with -be n :ii BBXesed the rtiati' of SiaHO
BrFoxtate f the county ot Kck Iflat.ii, -wi,
of uinoti Seeaaaad, herehy ftvet iv;cc uul bt
Will appear before the county court of Roc.
I-taml county, at iki office of the clt rk of ui
court, inihecitv of Bock lahmd. at the Aim
term, on the firt Mor.Uay ic Avgul aval
at wbtcb time at iwrcons liavir.g claims aiTH.u '
said estate are notified and requested to attei
tortus purpose of havbie the same aajatteot. A.
persons indehted to said estate are re'qnestcd :.
maie immediiite Tiaymer.t to it r.ndersiirnc..
Dated this 0:h dar of .Tot:.-. A It. ISM
EDWARD F. F". Adm nistrator.
V .;i the will annexed.
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Our wash goods depart
ment is filled with choice
fabrics for spring and
New capes and other
Late wash goods just
Tan grounds, etc.
Tbe largest a-
LIKs in t , . -t
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5c a Yard
We still show an Vf
assortment of Si
in Jackets and Cm
close .ut pr
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1615 and 1617 Second Avenue.
New styles oi
CLEMANN & SALZMN,
d. wi mm,
1726 Second Ave.
1 525 and
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124 123 ao I i . -
-Base Eall Headquarters.
POCKET KNIVES and SCISSORS took th
ror quality. If yon want a eood knifn rrv ,
One ned not be told what a nice present an
bet like those I have to show will be. Also .h
Litr!j-2; t i-niina
Gold Medal Carpet Sweepers.
Every woman t lint kpna inQ
hmsh tire Sets and Irons.
wanta oiih. Wronebtliti
Acorn Stoves and Ranges
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on Band the Jtswl hramls of d.rcsi-c
nl Imported riiars All brand of totaeeo
The tcorc or all ihc hall ;amo will be received
L. GLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
IS' 8 Second ve
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,rauns luaus in Illinois lor our soft coal
i,.aiam-cu, iuese are a pnmi t h no- to hnv
n . i i . vj ''
an i every on
any otnej time. Come in anl se how muh"! hav. - m vol
k ; r i i ... '
maL ia usemi ana novel in housekeeping goods.
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
Cor. Third Ave. and Twentieth Strrn. K k 1'land.
COMPARISON Tells the Tale.
scbo.i'i at 9.10 m Soa:h
iiaT fcbi.il at HBO p. m.
Used in Millions of Homes 40 Year s the Standard
The proper, most satisfactory and convincing way to form a
correct conclusion as to value is by comparison, It is im
possible to judge from newspaper quotations. For this rea
son we ask you to COMPARE our line of $4.35 Mens Suits
others advertise at $4.45; our line of $5.00 Men's Suits with
those others advertise at $7.50; our line of $6.50 Mens Suit,
with those others advertise at $10.00; our line of $9.90 Men's
Suits with those others advertise at $13.50. COMPARISON
TELLS THE TALE.
If the quality, fit, workmanship and trimming is not better and the price lower than that of any
other dealer. dojVt buy. All we ask that you compare-nothing can be fairer.
. Best Equipped Clothing
V and Shoe House in Rock Island Co.