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THE ARQtJS, TUESDAY, OCTOBEli 1892. 7
SPECIAL S.!.E OP LADIES'
Trim Your Own Hats.
We sell these goods at less than half the price
others ask for them.
MAYOR'S EXCUSE. BRIEF M ENTION,
THIS WEEK ONLY
To any lady purchasing a
pair of Shoes costing
or more, we will present a bottle of Polish
either Giltedge or Glycerole.
162? Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
J. B. ZIMMER,
THE WELL KNOWN-
jftfl ERGHANT "JAILOR
and Leader iu St les and workmanship, has received
his FaLL STOCK of Snitir gs and Overcoating.
gT"C.A ll and leave your order.
8tar Block Opposite Harper Housk.
Telephone 1098. 231 Twentieth street.
Heating and Ventilating Engineers,
Gas and Steam Fitting,
A complete line of Pipe, Brass Goods, PackiDg Hose.
Fire Brick, Etc. Largest and best equipped
establishment west of Chicago.
DAVIS BLOCK, Moline, 111. I 1 12,!1 14 West Seventeenth st.
Telephone 2053. , J Telephone!! 1 148. Kocktttand.
Resldenoe Telephone 1 169
Explanation of His Action on Co
TEE POLICE AND THE PABADE.
Why he Failed to Keep Ills Entragenieiit
With Father Macklu and Why the Police
Were Not at the Head of the I'rucewion
A Weak poitltion.
tin Union uuh done the mayor ih
kindness to solicit his cxpKn
alion of his action on Coluniimi Dy in
failing to keep his euL'Bscaient with
Father Mnckin to appear on the platform
in Court house tqusre. nwl lso to head
the procession or nuthorz'.- the police to
hefd the line. Referring to Father
Mackiii's lenrnvks. Mayor McUnnochie
'"Now I will gl?e you n: Vi-rslon of it
so far as uiyhi If anil the poIivH ar; cj;
o rotil. Wtiuii 1 cnme down Iowa Thurs
day afternoon near the High school, I
mi t Miss Ilirkp ttri U, pr'nci.'jal ! Ni. 6
ami vriioiii t nrn well hi q-i- .inn'i with. I
.as iir-8-i;t at a fl--g riiaiug at No 6 two
yecrn hjto 8t-e aunin invittd ine to be
presfni nl k fl.tr presentation in conct-c-'iou
w ith !i-r iv Columbian celebration,
aun 8!'e sui'l sIk- woii'd like to hive me
ai-ikr few remark. I aci epteil htr io
vita'iou t-ut declined to speak, hay
inw: no tiice 'or preparation
'l:d he u too po;.r an imorompfu speak
er i" Miier'.iui huv or.!- Dinris! the '.f
icrni'i n Fatoer Macbin cn:lMfl f ira fife ot
poiv. e to heud a scrttmi car 1 . I Haid,
certain! v, call aud see the iia-shal V hen
l'riii!; tie nsk d int- I.. ..nine diWn
ti d or 'he st., d "vitti Or T.'i sda'e
Hiid ii!,ki- a few n tua ks 1 a-ktd liiiu
wli-.- i-onr he tiiet. as I an ipooinr
lueut m 10 ij'c! k, tiuttaiicd to teil him
wh.tt is I .lit', lie ne d not expect
i. ape ch fr"in me, hut th'ii I would trj
to gift sroti' d if possible Idd not iret
sw'iy from No. C until near noor;,
and we t directly home. Now as to the
police, I rcqtit sted the marshal to send
as many as lie cou'd spare. He intituaud
after coiuultation wi:h the efflcers that
they did not want to go. I said it would
be well to do so. but if not agreeable to
them to t;o voluntarily, I would not order
them to go. where duty does not call
them, and the liw does not require it,
unless the streets were blocked and re
quired their effor's to make a p lsaane
wav. In such an tvent I wouk; soon
onier them an'l if necessary go wi b
them to open uu a ptiS9ae for any peace
ful piirade. "
The mayor would have adopted a .more
digrifled position, one rnvre calculated
to command respec", no matter how rad
ical and uureascnaDle, had hi.- c w out
squarely and stated that because of per
sona! piej-.jiltce or the weitrht of influ
ence brought to bear upon him he failed
to Kef p his promise wi'h Father Mackin,
nolead ot bis xultna'ion Ti
ii. ig!-.. b:ve been no distortion o'
tin- ;rutu on the mayor's part had
he -.-aid hat be really expected to speak
bi N -. 6 when he wen? there, mid was in
Ihci disappointed when he was not urged
if. d i so. and lurther than that he ws
f.'lai enough to accept the cunflictitig in
vip"'d to go to tna'. building after
) ..vine 'eceiv d a wa ning from
n ;i-tle man down town who
tuij-si-s hi. r--'f)Ut)lican p rly ::ot to ap
pear on the stand with F'her Mackin m
C urt house square.
The attempt on the part of the msyor
to shirk :he ref ponsibilitv of 'he f i'ure
ot ti e police o turn out at the head of
the Catholic procession is an t vidence
of o e.rdice and in this as-ir ion too,
ihtr Di'ivor's memory may be at f iult. As
x te as 10 o'clock Fitd-y morcine Chief
Miller inform d tn AkoU3 reoreaenta
tive that the major h. d given
him no instructions to have the police
turn out, and that he could provide
but a f .-w men if he bad, as two ot the
policemen were sick. At the same time,
however, a number of the police had
c m ' out expecting instructions to
bead 'he procession.
The mayor's assertion that the police
did not turn out because they did not
want to is ridici.lous. The police are
paid by the taxpayers, and the mayor
also paid by the tuxpayers, is their chief
It is not likely that any of the force would
qtiest'on his authority, or seek a discre
tionary right with reference to his or
ders wheD properly made, no matter
what might be their individual preferen
ces. Charge for Storage.
The Chicago Car Service association has
issued a circular to shippers and receivers
of freight in the three cities, endorsed by
the railroads entering the three cities.
Betting forth the following:
Notice is hei-eby given that, commenc
ing at 7 o'clvick a. m. on Nov. 7. 1892, a
charce of l 00 per car per
day or fraction thereof will be made for
delay of cars and use of track on all cars
not unloaded within forty-eight
hours after arrival, or loaded within for
ty eight hours after being placed in
position for loading, not including Sun
days or legal holidays
Notice is hereby given to the public
that the management of the Penn Tank
Line company, limited, will be changed;
and that on and after the 25th day of
October, A D . 1892. C. W. Curtis. Jr..
will take the place of John L. Morau as
manager of said company.
Penn Tank Link Co . (Limited).
By Henrv rjHB President.
Fits All tits stopped free by Dr.
K ine's Great Nerve Restorer. No fTs
after the first day's use. Maryelous
cures. Treatise and $2 trial bottle free to
fit cases. Send to Dr. Kline, 931 Arch
reet, Philadelphia. Pa. For sale by all
druggists; call on yours.
St. Mary's Fair at Turner hall.
Holroyd's underwear M & K.
Go to St. Mary's Fair Turner hall.
Housework girl at 1132 Second ave
nue. Special klove and urder weir sale at the
M & K.
Heavy mitts for men and boys. 10c at
Wanted A boy to learn the printer's
trad- at T.H.Ellis'.
Roche's hall Saturday night first mas
querade of the season.
Firai masquerade of the season Satur
day night at Roche's hall.
Y( n Kiiife & Kennedy cele'. ra'ed woolen
urd rwear at th M.& K.
T.J.Murray has returned from a short
visit to friends in Chicago.
Notfce Dolly BroB.' change of adv. on
special low prices this week.
The first masquerade of th? season will
be le Id at Roche's hall Svurday niht.
15; f.r heavy underwear worth 25 ;
25o for ail wool red knit, worth 75a at
the V, ,fc K.
' is Francis Murphy is in the city on
a visit to her ps'enta.Mr. and Mrs. J It.
Johnston Mr. Murptiv is txpectid
throogli on his -vay to Waterloo, I wa.
in a day or two.
Tiie m' m: ri of the Stevenson club are
requested to m-ct at the club roomj at
7 'clock ttiiri eve . ine. fro-n wnich plce
they will in a. tody o attend the I
Pian'z rri-etiiit.' tt?ere tonigh'. j
F-r the B ij.-i-'f p-e'inps to he held at
Peoria O :l 24 28, -he Rock Island &
Peoria ail; mke a ra e of fine and one
fiird f jre on cert fi -ate plan, tickets good
'o return up to.and ino:u -!ing Nop. 2nd.
Fare for rounO trip, 3.7it Ti-ius leave
Rok Is'nnd ut 8.05 a in. aud 2 20 p.n.
Mis Atna Osona laly from Molice,
who was in Chicago attending the dedi
cation on Friday, w.-.s ; rious y i j ired
nd it is ver dfubi'ui if ah 'f -.n recover.
She went oat to Lincoln part to view the
Are works, on Friduv evening, and was a
victim of the great crowd The transpor
tation facilities were entirely inadtquate
when the time for returning home ar
rived. Everybody wan'' d -o leave ti e
park on the first Cars, and ibe rush was
fearful. Miss O son was kno.keit down
and trampled upon Both bands and
one 'oot were crushed a :d three ribs
broken She as finally rescued and
taken to the German hospital, where she
is bcinii cired for. They hold out little
hope for her recovery.
F:ii: TTiilr.-)'0 Rnd rcliw U lbf trr.nbtes ICCr-":.-;l.t
a I :iiou "f.'tyoi tlio cyt'Tl, snob
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Jin.te'y th'Mrfjoodiiessili in '-.eauhra a-i.li1; -T.'it
jcucetry' thorn "will Hud tlaj liitlo piiihali,-
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tuuovfiUioutthvin. Hut After aUsiclc !ioac
'If. the base of bo mr.iv Mw thai here 1". whs-c
vcaicltoonrprcatbcuiit. Oi: pills cure it whiiq
C-U'.crs i: uot.
CHrlpr"s J'.tilo Liver Pi"t- nre Tory nnixlt anil
very easy to tr.!:o. Oi.r c- two pitls jnataoa d-wo.
Tboy ure Btrirtly vc':otftlo mii;l io now gi ipe 01
ruri:e, but by Uiolrpeiitlci action please all who
Tiseti'era. In vialsn-. i.o:nt8 : livaf'ftt. Saii
l j rutf,ists ovux ywluTdb ox scut hy 1 uu L
CARTER fflrj.lCiNE CO.. Nw York.
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NORMAN tlOMTY. PUM.T OlIIHMT.
Omm Molnc Iowa.
For sale bv all draggiatt. Bsrlx fc B-bnaeo
die t GEO. P.
VrwnPArcs Avr.aiu.mt Bukkao 10 (?prjat
1- treet. where nfTer
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Who d-lre a vooil buiilDMa position in the WorlfllB
rAt city should write at onre for prospectus of the
ainous Metropolitan BuMne-s Oolleg, Chicago.
IhjmuialfartlttlesforplariTiif prT'itrs. PTAahllslMMl
JL years. Occaplcs Its own ' Ar-fin- ix.
O . . ' .. -. rriacUoal.
SECURE T3K MOST AT
If you have not tried us,
Do so at once and SAVE MONEY on
FURNITURE, ever description
CARPETS, fine assortment.
CURTAINS, many to
Cook friricl Fieeitiio;
A new and choice lot of Bed Room suits just
received; also a choice selection of Parlor Suits,
Lounges, Couches, Chairs, Tables, Sideboards, etc.
EASY PAYMENTS t Cash Prices
OHAS. A. MEOK,
322 Brady Mret, Davenport, la.
T F1KPHONR 421
Open till 8 o'clock, Saturday's till 10.
Fall Styles. J
M. ny r. w styl-s iiuu p.tL -riis
in t e ri -1 reno. ii"-5. : : :
Laird, ' chob -r & Mitohe5rs
The- fit.! st Man-" iu ti e woU.
Ppe-oial d-p irtnifn for Ln lies
301, 03 W. Second Davenport.
C. F. GRAMMERST0RF,
-Proprietor of the-
I. X. L.
1810 and 1812
ATLANTIC SAMPLE KOOM.
Flret-cl&BS r ea! at all hours ; ttie-neft Lunch counter Id connection ; er.TTtV.n tew
an ! cle n.
Family Wiuce and Liquors.
ROCK ISLAND BUGGY CO,,
It will pay you
To get our
Factory and Ware rooms oa loth atrtet, bet. 1st nil i tv.
Kc '.! Trade erjec1al7y solicited.