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THE AJtGUB, FlttPAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1895.
State Savings Bank,
Molijce, III., OfBce Corner
Fifteenth St. and Third Ave.
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4 Per Cent Interest
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1IAD A WALKOVER.
Defender Sails the Third Cup
Race by Herself.
VALKYEH OSXY CSOSSESTEE LUiX,
wins Round the Starting Mark aad
Beads for Harbor Cap Series of 1805
a Decided Failure Bat One of the Series
Really a Bmce Donrmrai Grres His Ver
sion of the Trouble Blanaa laid oa
the Excursion Boat.
XW Yore, Sept. 13. The international
scries between the Defender and the Val
kyrie for the America's cup is ended. On
the whole it was an extraordinary series,
and while the result is satisfactory to tho
American people, two at least of the con
tests that went to make up the . match
were not. The Defender won in a clean
race on Saturday; onv Tuesday last she
crossed the line bchindf tho English boat,
but was awarded tho race on a foul;
yesterday she had a walk-over. And
yesterday's occurrence was all the more
unfortunate, not only because a great
crowd had gathered to witness tho strug
gle, but because the weather conditions
were such as to lead many to suppose that
of all days the Valkyrio would be in her
element. But Lord Dunraven had said
Wednesday night and ho said It most em
phaticallythat ho would withdraw his
bout on the morrow, if an absolutely clear
course was not provided.
And the "tap Is Safe" This Time.
He claimed that during tho previous
race his boat had been preatly interfered
with, and as everything depended upon
the outcome of tho third nice he adhered
to that decision so closely that t!ie Val
kyrio merely orossed the startrng line and
then retired from tho content. Tho De
fender, who was well in advance when tho
handicap gun was firod, continued on her
journey and went over the course well
within Hie time limit.
By hor three straight victories the Be-
fender retains the historic cup for Amer
ica. The race scheduled for yesterday prom
ised to be a more exciting one than either
of the two preceding, for it was to bo ex
pected that every effort would be made by
Dunraven to score a victory with the boat
he had brought so far. Tho Valkyrie had
ticen tuned up to the highest pttcli. Several
alterations lindbcen made, and those upon
whom her suiling qualities depended most
l'irgely were Tiretinntl to expend every
ounce of . muscle imd skill to bring her
over the line n victor.
IxMtkeil I.llic tho Knees Wonld Go On.
The acquiescence of Iord Dunraven in
the decision relating to Tuesdny's foul
and n report that Jsclin had oflVtvil to sail
the nice over again whicK report, by the
way, was true had mntleeverbotly happy
and conHdent that the friction caused by
tho fouling Uicident had worn oil and the
races would tro on. And it rooked like
they would for lKith tho champion boat
were at the start on time, mid both looked
ready for buiinss. It was not-u, how-
rver.thut the Valk yrio's crew d:d not move
around as lively as usual. There was tho
regulation Sandy Hook flukey weather,
The wind nshoro on the Aaveslnk
Heights was blowing six knots while at
the Hook there was scarcely a breath
Valkyrie Makes No Fight for Position.
The race was to bo 13 miles to leeward
and return, giving a run out and a beat
back If flie wind held true. Tho Valky
rie it was evident, was making no fight
for position. She just let Hall have the
weather place. It was noticed, ton, that
the Valkyrie had nothing set except main
sail and jih. A great circle of stenmlmats
and yachts had drawn up to witness the
start, and in tire desire to meet Dunraven's
wishes as nearly as possible. So far as the
conwiiittco was concerned it seemed impos
sible to do more to secure open water than
it had ' already done, for when the prepar
atory gun was fired the nearest boat to
the racers Was fully half a mile away,
and the great majority of the excursion
steamers and other craft were much fur
ther olT in the distance.
Mail No Intention of Raclnff.
The starting gun went at the appointed
time, and almost nt the sumo instant tlio
Defender crossed the line. The Valkyrie's
cvmm.'tmlir had so manoeuvered her that
she was still a long way off, and just a
moment Ix-foro the handicap gun was
fired she, too, crossed the line. It was
evident to those .who had liecn watching
the English boat that she hod no intention
of racing, and so it proved, for no sooner
was the fine crossed than she hauled to on
the starboard tuck, instead of following
hor rival out, and passed under the stern
of tfie light ship. Tho Defender weit on
over the course and, starting nt 11:0:24,
Kmled in a Oppressing Way.
Of course" th victor was given a tre
mendous ovation when liu got home,
for it was tho end of the series and we had
won. (JvneTnl rvgrct was ex pressed that
the scries for tlx'oup, begun so auspicious
ly and promising, had ended so disastrous
ly, for while, the question which arose as
to the winner of the second race might
have been Dassed by nnheeild had a stir
ring contest taken place yestesilay, the
widrawal of Ixird Dunraven in tho third
and jerhaps the deciding event has neces
sarily had a Repressing effect upon oil
those identified with the great match, and
will pmlnbly have a more serions effect
in regard to future international races.
DOllAVES EXPLAINS HIS ACTION.
Evidently the Decision on the Foal Rankles
in His Lordship's I!rea-t.
An attempt was made to see Dunraven.
He was invisible. His friend and ad
visor, Commodore Glennis, was seen on
the City of Bridgeport, the Valkyrie's
tender. Glennle said that his lordship had
gono away up into tho country some
whare, he did not know where. In an
swer to a question whether or not Dunra
ven would sail in a race or a series of
races at Newport or Marblehcgd, away
from the madding crowd of New lerk,
lor a cup, Glcnnio replied that he thought
it very unlikely. When it was proposed
that the Defender might go across nest
scar and race in Encciisb wafers. Mr. Glen
nis made no reply, but turned on bis bcel
and bade the reporter good night.
But while the New YorkTeirters cord
act nothing from Dunraven, Iteuu-r'
news osrenev at lndun Rueoccded better
and a cable has the following: Kcucrrs
news agency last evening sent a request
by cable to the Earl of Dunraven for a
statement of the reason for his action in
Withdrawing' from this third race fur the
America's cup. The following reply has
been received from New York.
"Owing to the excessive crowding by
tc&mers at the first two races, especially
at the start of and on the last ten miles ht
the second race, I notified the cup commit
tee on the 11th inst. requesting that the
letter be not opened untilifter a decision
had been reached with regard to the foul
at the start of the second race that owing
to the daqger of a serious accident by
collision with the excursion steamers and
otherwise, and owing to the absolute ab
surdity of carrying on races under such
conditions, I should decline to start unless
some arrangement were made to race in
"I requested a postponement of today's
race with a view of arriving at such an
arrangement. The committee found it
impossible to concede this I theft noti
fied them that I should be at Sandy Hook
lightship this morning for the purpose of
giving the Defender a start.
The situation cleared last night as to the
cause of the "fluke." The cup committee
posted a letter received from Lord Dun
raven in which ho said that he had re
ceived a note from the committee agreeing
to postpone tho start until the course was
clear, but tlmt concession met only one of
his objections, because a clear start did
not involve a clear course. He wanted
the committee to do ono of two things
cither agree to called the race, off If at any
time during tho same either yacht was in
terfered with in any way by tho excursion
steamers, or to postpone the race in order
to consider tho question of finishing tho
series on some course away from New
He was sure the committee would do
and had done all in its power to keep the
course clear, but it seemed impossible If
tho propositions above were not ac
cepted ho would take tho Valkyrie to the
lightship yesterday morning and cross tho
line to give the Defender a start.
Tho committee could not concede what
Dunraven d-sired and so tho result was
the Cuke of yesterday. Later last nigl.it
Dunraven made tho following statement:
"I am quite satisfied that I cannot, off
New York, sail a race for tho America's
cup under satisfacfory conditions. Tho
situation is this 1 do not believe that I
have a superior boat. I do no believe
that I should le subjected to nn insjilt
from the regatta committee of any yacht
club, or from the representative of any
challenging syndicate. It was not my
way; I was forced to it. There is no dif
ference of opinion aboard onr Ik Nit. It is
a simple unittcr of refusal to sail under
existing conditions and rules. I know
that I cannot get a show.
"I saw Haff put up his helm ortlaonght
that I saw it. I have no criticism to mako
upon Watson. He turned out a good
boat. She crossed, the Atlantic ocein, and
if she could not win it is not tho fifult of
Watson. Watson is not responsille and,
of course, you know it, front my actions.
Valkyrie is my yacht."
Tho Atlantic dub contemplates an at
tempt to nrrnngo a race, or a series, be
tween the Valkyrie rmd the Defender for
a special cup to cost about fcJ.OOO. Tho
numbers of tlio club will propose either
ono rncc or twp out of three, und several
of them are anxinus to wager Dunraven
from f lOJIiK) to f JO.000 that the cup will bo
won bv tho Defender.
Dunraven will lxi allowed to arrange
dbtails if tho plan JoatorIa.T1es, to choose
the waters bet ween ?indyjTook and Mar
blehea4, and the date within the limit of
Oot. 1; to anrcmgr that the ptrhlie bo kept
In Ignorance of tlie dyres, and to select
rules nf nitlier the New York. Atlantic or
LarchmOnt club, tho three leading clubs
of the country, to govern the race.
One thing Is certain the cup committee
has religiously lived up to the conditions
of the race, and it is authoritatively stated
that Iselin wrtite a note to Dunraven offer
ing t run Tuesday's race over, but that
Dunraven declined. The struggle Is over
for the cup this year and probifbly fur
many years to coiuf. ,
Comment of The Yachtsman.
LoXDOX, Sept. 13. Tho news of the
Valkyrio Ill's refusal to sail over tho
conrso oflkSandy Hook was received hero
too late for comment in the evening pa
pers. The Yachtsman, newspaper, says
"A lthough it Is Impossible to conojlvoof
such hysterical excitement hero as there,
appears to bo at Kew Yonk, wo may bo
sure ihat if tho Royal Yacht squadron
found itself so seriously hampered by
steamers it would surely tako tiro neces
sary step towards securing a change of
THAYER HAD SOME TROUBLE.
Nebraska's Ex-Governor Feels Badly Treat
ed at a Louisville Meeting.
IiOnsviLUE, Sept. 18. Sensational re
ports have lieen sent out alxmt Governor
John M. Thayer, of Nebraska, being
hooted off the stage at the 1'hoenixUill
campfico Wednesday night. Governor
Thayer complimented President Cleve
land for n)aiutauiMig law and order dur
imr the Chicago riot and denounced Gov
ernor Altgcld and Debs fh very severe
His denunciation of anarchists was vary
severe, and there were cries for McKinley
and others, n hen the interruption con
tinucd Congressman Evans dismissed
the meeting, as the programtno was nbutit
completed? Thayer was not hooted off tho
platform-, tut he closed abruptly by say
ing: "I tliank all the rcspf-ctuble ieoplo
in the audience for tJm polite attention
thev have accorded me. 1- or the disrespwt
ful people I have nothing but contempt."
Republicans of Louisiana.
NEW OELEASS, Sept. 13. The Republi
can state committee by a vote of 34 to 21
ilecjded to admit the Badger wing into tho
Republican party and give them substan
tial recognition. A conference coinirurtee
of seven was appointed to confer with tho
sugar planters, who are said to be ready
for innlic-uion proposals.
Will Be "Ilzcn" to Mattoon.
Chaklkstox, Ills., Sept. 13. Prepara
tions are being made for a grand jollifica
tion here tonight, celubratiug the success
of Charleston in securing tho Eastern
Normal school. Invitations have- been
sent to eighty surrounding towns, and a
great time is anticipated.
Denver Will Hold a Festival.
DENVER, Sept. 13. It Jias lieen decided
to call the carnival to be held in Denver
Oct. 14 IT, IS, "The Festival of Mountain
and Plain." The features will bv an exhi
bition representing all the industries of
tne state, parades ol various kinds, Indian
Uances, races and sports.
Raeo Meet ins Declared Off.
L.A Cbosse, Wis., S pi. Ki. The fall
raco meeting at the La Crusse trotting
gars: (new mile trace) lias been declared
off by Proprietor NenrueisteT. The st
is taki n owing to the unfavorable condi
tion and prospect.
Kew York FinanotaL
Kew Yor. Sept. IX
Honey on call wan easy at 1 er cent.
Prime mercantile pperS'ji; percent. Ster
ling exehance steady, dull, with actual ousinosi
in hankers bills at A) -M'tJ' 4 r r demand and
4Si4-ai for sixty days; putted rat-as 43
410. and Jli4Sil ; commercial bills.
Silver certiflv-ates, VT'itVi: no sales; bar
silver, 67. Mezrran dollars. SI1 j-
United States n-evrnm-mt bonds weajt;
new ' res;.. HHi : do. coapona, l!l'i; S' res;..
llSi: rscoupon. UV4:4rejt.. 1I1S: 4'scoup-
ons, WIS ; Ti r.-g., M", ; Pacific "s of ', IOJl
Chicago-Grain and Produce.
I-ollow-inir were tho qn itatmns on the
Board Of Trade todiy: Wheat September,
opened 5.V4C plosedaSSc; Di-eemlwr, opened
K'jC, closed Bsc; Hay, oik-ned l'-c,
r!od CV. tvrn September, op.--nsl flW-.
rU-scd 81e; October, ojienod Due, closed
Ufc; December, opened 7'c. elosed 27te;
atu-j. opened sv, cltwM S-W oats Sejj-ten-ner.
owned U closed W: May.
opened Sns-jjc, closed illwc, Pork September,
opened $1.15, rlu-H-d Januiry. opened
W.4U, elosj-1 H.47'i. Larl September. n)a-
in-tl, c!os.-d .tU'i; OotJU-r, opened o.SJ,
Produce: Butter Extra creamery. Sir per
lli.; extra dairi lr; poclrini stock. tdiS'-r.
Eggss-Fresh stock, loas ott. lir per do.
Live poultry Spring chiekens. 8e per lb.;
bens, be; ruoKU-fi, 4V; turk.n-s, ftallc;
duets. a?9c; gees taj.0J pvr dox. Pt-
tntops Fair to choic?, K Uc pur eo. New
Apples Il.ay?t0i ler hbl. H'4j-Whtto
ekiver, l ib. s-Ptioa. new -Btock, l.Velt)c;
brown comb, Ualic; extracted, S iJ V-.
Chlcaso Live fttoek.
CHICAOO, Sept. 12.
Live Stock PficM at the Luioa rftjclc
yards today ranged as fotfows: Hs B.-ti-taated
o-A-iptn for ttiit day, 4XT, tales
ranged at .'..irp Lil pigs, . (C)i l.5i liht,
tX.7il.W rouh packtns. SlS.V-t4.4S mixed,
and 4.UOtI.-W heavy itackins and ahippur1-;
Chttle-stimated reaetrjts for tho ds.r.
lU.OJD; qnoUftlNns ranged at S5.la3.7j cbtaca
to extra shinning steers. S4.Svf't."i.v caoA tn
cboico do. 4.ijal.!U fair to gKA. t!U vi-i)
common to medium' do, tf.-4.Yl'l.HJ hTacher.-'
ste-rs, M.40?5.t5 stockers, U.ici.UJ f,wlesH,
tl.W W cow. S-J.5Un.lWJ ltuifers. 4U.V5,t.J
bulls. S2.TOo3.GJ T.xas stevr.4, $-'.liJ-J l.(VJ we(i-
em range steers, and 3.5J?:..5 val calves.
Sheep Estimated receipts for the' day, l.'t.dSO;
salon ranged at 42.OUr-il.19 westf-rus, tl.Tira)
r.H5 Tcxaua, 1.T5'5X30 lutives, and tJl.iJ
The Loral Market.
Oats New. lrtcia'JOc: o'd, 53
Uav Timouir. SK(!?.tl3: nulsnd. SIS: wild. IT
41U; slouch, 7Jm; baled, $10.
Butter Fair to choice 15c31G:: fresh cream
krs rresn. isn.
Poultry Chickens, 6c
Cattle Batchers nay for corn fed etceis
3V4ci5c; coks and beilcre, acaSc; calves,
t.rlog lamb, S.M&4 a head.
Coal Sof, 10c.
The Auaus delivered every even
ing at your door at 10c a week.
East Moline, the Hustler from Hustleville, in 90 days has located
Three Factories to employ 700 men enough to
guarantee a city of 5,000 people.
THE WESTERN STAMPING CO.
To manufacture Plumbers' Supplies and
Stamped Ware. Factory nearly completed.
Work to commence next month. Capacity
EAST MOLINE Engine and Tool Co.
Formerly Reliance Machine and Tool Co., of
Cleveland, Ohio, will work 101) men. Fac
tory now going up. Will start this tall.
WEIR PLOW CO.
From Monmouth, with 500 hands. Plans
now under way. $75,000 worth of buildings
to be constructed. Ground to be broken in
side of 30 days.
WATER The finest artesian water in the
west, now llowln 300 gallons per minute.
Water charged with minerals and magnetism
cool and clear. Nothing like it elsewhere.
Will warrant a sanitarium. It insures health
to the inhabitants of the coming city.
GRADES AND SURVEY The Grades
of EiBt Moline aro established. Profiles of
principal streets showing grade lines, cuts
and fills, will be Shown by the, company to
any one interested. Sewcr'acd drainage sys
tems are ail planned.
PARKS-Over thirty Parks dedicated.
Sites reserved for schools aad public build
ings. CHURCHES To the first church that
will put up the best building a free site will
FOR INVESTMENT. The great growth of East Moline since its inception, and the per
manent advantages it possesses, insure a population of from lO.OO'l to 40,000 people in the next few
years. There is therefore no part of tbe enterprise that offers as great a ehanee for gain, combined with
absolute safety, as an investment in its lots.
TERMS OF SALE. Liberal to the mechanic and home builder, inducing to the investor,
attractive to tbe business man, and equally open to all, arc as follows: First. All cash. Where parties
buy for cash a deposit of f2fi per lot will'be required at tbe sale, and the lialanee on delivery of war
ranty deed. Second. One-half cash, balance in one year. Third. One-third cash, balance in one aad
two years, or in four semi-annual payments. Fourth. One-fourth cash, balance iu one, two and three
years, or in six equal semi-annual payments. Fifth. $25 per lot cash and 410 per month. All deferred
payments to be ciorcd by note drawing 6 per cent interest.
ONE-THIRD OF THE PROCEEDS will be used to procure factories, several of which
are now in view and some under negotiation.
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H1HTT ycara atmunw
xnllllpaa of ycreons, permit
H fa s-cucslca.'My tho fect remedy for Infanta and CldMrcjs
1t wotM has war known. It fa barmloea. Criildrea lilia tt. It
grrca tkaam koaltk. It will says their Uvea. In tt ltothera havo
nasathliMt wklck la .kacJatcty aaJW mmi praoUoally srfect air m
Castoria deatroya Warm a.
Castorla stUaya rcvorlaknoea.
Catatorlav pr-awewta wmWiut Srmr CauftL
Caatcrla enrwa DiarrhoBsi nnd Wind Colia.
Castor la rolievoa Teetklaa TronUea.
Caatria cmr-cw Coristtpatlon ad Flatnlaney.
Caatorin. nentrmllaws tho eflWta of carbonic nctd irsva or pciaasicTie mtr.
Cnatoria do atot contain morphine., opium, or other mnrcotlc wmporty.
Cojtorla) aaalmilatoc the food, rstjrnlatea tho stomach ond towels,
srlvinB! hJthy smd EsatsrraJ sleep.
Coatorta la pnt wp in oner-aire kottloa only. It la not sold in knlfc.
Pant nllyar say ono to aoll yon smythlng olso on tho pica or promlto
that It la "Jnat as goodw and "will answer every purpose.'
Soo that yon got C-A-S-T-O-R-I-A .
Children Cry for
The Fashionable Merchant Tailor
lias the most replete line of new patterns in imported
and domestic snitings in the city.
1707 SfCOib AVIIBE-
THE TALK OF THE
of Castor la -artth -the patrwaac of
mm to apeak of tt without g-noesln-r.
OPPORTUNITIES TO BE OFFERED.
KOll P.USIXESS Tho phenomenal growth of
Kust Moline and its guaranteed future of per
manent prosperity will afford ample openings
for profitable business, such as Hardware,
Groceries, Boots and Shoes. Dry Goods, etc
A fine line of business lots will tie sold for
such purposes, and liberal inducements given
to purchases for immediate buildings.
EMPLOYMENT Factories already un
der conlraot, and those soon to be added,
will give employment to competent craftsmen
and steady workers. These factwrics are un
der contract to give preference to East Moline
lot owners and residents.
FOR HOME OWNING Residence lots
convenient to factories or on tho lioautiful
river bank, will be sold on the most liberal
terms and arrangements for hoaso building
can he made for parties who pay for lots. Onr
insurance contract made wita married men in
good health, which gives the lot to tho family
in case of the death uf the husband and father,
is the most liberal olTcr ever made in this or
any other country.
FOR RESIDENCE The land skirting
the Mississippi river will be sold at East Mo
liue for residence purposes. There is no
other city with a residence river front. Bod
man road. 8 feet wide, to be parked and