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THE -ROOKS ISTjANP AliGUS. MONDAY. SEPTEMHBlt 0, 1889.
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to get Shoes of
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the Newest Patterns and Lowest prices.
THIS WEEK IN-
1705 Secend Avenue.
The Rock Island Postoffice and
Who Shoul 1 Have had It
Haw Cesareana m iiemt Repa)- His
Perawaal Palltleal Fries Am
Ia recommending Howard WelU for
postmaster of Rock Island, Congressman
Gest not only drove another nail ia bis
political coffin, but performed an act of
the basest ingratitu le toward a gentleman
who has always been one of bis warmest
adherents, and indi ed to whom he owes
more than to any other one man in the
Eleventh congressional district.his present
prominence and sett in congress. We
refer to Mr. T. II. Thomas, chairman of
the republican conj ressional committee,
who has been unswerving in his loyalty
to Mr. Gest since ttat gentleman became
an aspirant for c ingressional honors.
While Mr. Thomas fetuses to talk on the
subject, his friends are by no means
backward ia expreatingtbeir disapproba
tion and disgust of his treatment at the
hands of Congressman Gest. Said one
of them this morning:
"Ia all my experience in politics and
I Lave taken an ac ive part in political
affairs for many yea-s I never saw such
treachery and ingratitude as Gest has
displayed in this pos office matter. Why
Gest owes everything to Thomas and bis
friends, and he nevet would have had the
slightest chance of going to congress if it
hadn't been for us. The congressional
bee first began buzzing in Gest's bonnet
about tea years ago. He stated his de
sire to some of us, and although we were
were warm friends f Lis, we realized
that it would be up hill work, as he was
not what could be called popular in a
broad sense, and he lacked the faculty of
making a favorable impression in meet
ing strangers. Still e decided to make
the attempt. We presented his name to
the convention of 1883 and 1884 without
success, but in 1S86 ty a piece of strate
gy, we captured tie nomination for
"But there was trouble in the local
camp. 'Boss' Wells, as you have right
ly dubbed him, came in from Milan and
was made chairman of the county com
mittee. He didn't hve enough politi
cal sense to last him over night, and be
came within an ace of beating Gest in his
anxiety to elect Parson Morgan sheriff
He had no thought of anyone but the
parson, and we had to use all manner of
devices to keep him ii check. He was
like a young broncho that had been sad
dled for the the first tine. To show you
how much he thought of Gest and his
chances of bis election, it is only neces
sary to repeat a little incident:"
"One day several young republicans
went into see Wells at hi9 office, and in
talking over the sitaati n he said: 'Why,
it's no use try to do anything for Gest; he
can't be elected, and our only hope is to
pull Morgan through.'"
"That's the way Wells talked during
the campaign, and it raised any
amount of ill feeling among Gest's
friends, including Ttomas, who was
especially interested in Gest. You know
the result the democrats captured two
county- offices and Gest was elected.
Wells was very muct chagrined over
Morgan's defeat, as it bad been arranged
that he should he dep ltj sheriff in the
event of the parson's eli ction. This ex
plained bis great intereU in Morgan."
"But last year Tbotn is' work for Gest
was free'.y commented upon. He was
chosen as chairman oi the republican
congressional commitu , and probably
no one ever labored more industriously
for a friend in a political contest than did
Thomas for Gest. Why he actually ne
glected his business almost entirely and
Visited all parts of the di ttrict on political
missions. In fact he tan Gest'B whole
campaign and on his advice Gest re
mained at Washingtor, only coming
home twice. We could do more for him
away than here, and at the same time
show that he was attending to his duties.
When narriaon was elected we took it
for granted that Thoma i could get any
office within Gest's gif., and when we
learned that he had ask id for the post
office, we took it for f ranted that he
would get it, as he shoul I have. It's no
use disguising the fact that Wells' ap
pointment has disrupted the party and
killed whatever chances Gest may have
had ot reelection. We w ll let Wells and
his crowd run things next, time, and then
Mr. Gest will learn that trickery and de
ceil cannot win in politic any more than
in a business way."
Where Wav He, A ay way?
In speaking of "Boss" Well's appoint
the Union says:
"He is moreover one of the republicans
whom President Harrison delights to
honor a man who peril Ml his own life
that the life of the na'.ion should be
Will the Union please stale where the
"boas" periled his life, and why it
seeks to create a false impression that he
served in the army T Tht only time we
can learn when the "bos" was in dan
ger, was when he insulte.l some southern
democrats, and one of the n cut him with
a knife; and that's the rea on the "boss'
hates the democratic party so.
IT. A. O. I.
Charity Grove, U. A. O D., was reor
ganized Saturday evening at Druid hall.
by W. A. Meese. L. N. Ecklund. John
Frey and E. C. Garity, of Moline. The
following officers were elerted:
N. A. Robert Meier.
V. A. E. C. Btsfford.
F. Bee Frank dough.
B. Sec, 8. W. 8-sarle.
Treaa. W. A. Paul.
I. G. Charles Johnson.
Med. Ex. Dr. W. A- Pul.
A committee of three consisting of
Frank Clou eh. James E. Karkin and E.
C. Stafford waa appointed to complete
arrange menu for the inst tution of the
Weather Fare sat.
TJ. 8. 8ia 4L Optics, I
VuMummi li r. Unt. ft. I
For the next 24 noun for lllinoli
Light rains; slightly cooler.
CATTON, KNIGHT OF THE CUE.
What the Faaaowa Raelt Ialaa Btl.
Harriet haa Arranged far la Sew
Vara City- A ttreat Match. 9
Billy Cation, the famous billiard play
er, who baa just returned to Rock Island,
with a view of making the city his home
in the future, is conducting the arrange
ments for a great billiard contest to take
place in New York City about the mid
dle of January next between Schafer, the
wizard, and McKenna, a rising expert
with the cue.
"The contest is to be for straight bil
liards," said Cation, in conversation with
an Argus representative on the subject
Saturday evening "five thousand points
for 5,000 stakes. The preliminaries
have all been arranged. The par
ticipants tossed up for chances in the
Clipper office in New York recently and
McKenna won. McKenna is my man, I
am backing him, while Dick Roach, of
St. Louis, is backing Schafer. Roach
also offered McEenna $1,000 to play on
Schafer cushions and we have accepted.
McKenna has been sent into the pineries
to recuperate for the contest, and when
he returns will be in prime condition."
"McKenna's largest runs, which was
made in Boston, were 2,572 and 2,121 in
five thousand joints, with an average of
416 in one thousand points. Schafer's
largest run was 600 in one thousand and
his average is 333 in one thousand. We
expect McKenna to win without a
The undersigned, a committee ap
pointed by and representing the Y. W.
C. T. U. of Rock Island, offer the follow
ing resolutions of respect:
here as. Death has for the first time
invaded our union and taken from its
ranks one of our most valued members in
the person of Miss Hallie Trow; there
fore Resolved, That we thank God that He
has, even for a short time, given us the
inspiration of her companionship and the
example of ber noble, christian life.
Resolved, That in her death this union
has lost a eolaborer, faithful and willing,
an associate cheerful and loving, a friend
tried and true.
Resolved, That while the place she so
ably tilled is now vacant and we realize
that our loss is her gain, nevertheless we
rejoice that our trust is in One, who,
while He "buries His workmen, carries
on His work."
Resolved, That we send to her family a
copy of these resolutions expressive of
our sympathy, and that a copy be sent to
the city papers for publication, and one
be kept in the records of our society.
bMHA u. Battles, i
Anna T. Bromlet, Committee
LULD I. CirUHCHILI.. S
A llornr Ntalea.
Erie III., Sept. 7. There was ahorse
stolen out of Irving Morgan's pasture
last 1 bursday between the hours of 5 and
7 o'clock in the evening. The pasture is
located across' Rock river from U. J.
Blackman's. The horse was owned by
Jno. Snively, a young farmer, and the
loss will be quite heavy to him. He had
just got the animal paid for. There is
not much doubt as to the person who
The mare is six years old: would
weigh about 1,100 pounds; of medium
build, and light bay color, with blaze in
face; also two white hind feet. It had a
scratch on left hind leg ab ut four Inches
above the tellock, caused by a barb wire
cut; the shoulders had been sore and
lanced, but the scar was covered by hair.
and what will make the mare easily dis
tinguished is that she has been suckling
colt. 1 tie thief crossed- the river to
the Rock Island county side and proba-
oly beaded for Iowa. Officers will do well
to look out for such a horse, and send
any information to Irving Morgan or
Jno. Snively, Genesco, 111.
The Iwjaariisa ae.
The chief ground of the injunction
sought and secured by Sweeney J Walk
er at the hands of Judge Pleasants Satur
day and in behalf of the Central Union
Telephone company, restraining the Mo
line Central and People's Electric Rail
way companies from placing their poles
in certain proximity of the telephone
company, is that the latter's service will
be injured by induction and leakage.
The telephone company has fifty wires
and 125 connections on Fifteenth street
and the whole business resolves itself in-
to a question of which company shall put
in what is known as a return wire, estab
lishing an all-wire circuit. In Daven
port aba telephone company won tbe day,
and the electric people put in the return
wire. Tbe telephone company now com
pletes its circuits by ground connections.
WHAT SPOT CASH
Will aa at liij'i.Urtrrrr.
11 pounds granulated sugar for $1.
11 J " Standard A " " fl.
12 " Extra C " " 1.
May's Patent flour per sack $1.25.
" barrel f 4 90.
Pillsbury Best per barrel $5 90.
New Process gloss starch per pound 4
Warnock & Ralston New Nickle soap,
1(H) bars. tier box, $2 .80.
Kirt'e Savon Imperial, CO bars, per
box. $2 65.
18 boxes Gates' matches 25 cents.
Gilmore'a celebrated hams 12$ cents
Sugar cured shoulder 7 cts per pound .
4 pounds best Rio coffee $1.
Kent cider vinegar 15 cents per gallon.
Fine salmon 15 cents per can.
The V'a. Kleetloa.
The Y'b. branch of the W. C. T. U.
held its annual election Saturday with
the following result:
President Ella Taylor.
Vice Presidents From the Broadway
Presbyterian church, Mary Case; Cen
tral Presbyterian, Lizzie Cook; United
Presbyterian, Mattie Davidson; Baptist,
Lulu Churchill; Christian, Dora Newton;
Methodist Episcopal, Jennie Taylor.
Recording Secretary Anna T. Brom
ley. Corresponding Secretary Emma Bat
tles. Treasurer Emma Fricbot.
John Siegrist was fined f 10 and costs
for disorderly conduct.
Jamea Miller and Wm. Young were
fined $3 and costs for intoxication.
A horse and buggy belonging in Mo
line were stolen from Hincher's Daven
port garden last evening.
Officer Carlson arrested Wm. Ehlman
last night for failing to properly explain
a goose be had under his arm, and locked
both np in the station.
Tbe guava crop in Florida this year
will be immense.
Eucbre parties are already being talked
The board of supervisors meets tomor
Mr. S. W. Heath, of Taylor Ridge,
was in the city today.
Found A white-faced sorrel horse.
Apply at Argus office. '
Dancing school will be open at Ar
mory hall Wednesday evening.
A. B. Gilbert and wife, of Newton,
Kan., are visiting in the city.
Mrs. Gen. Hoffman is at present visit
ing friends at Binghamton, N. Y.
May, tbe grocer, has slashed prices on
staple goods. Read his leader in an
Edward Littleflcld, now of North Hen
derson, formerly of Rock Island, ia Visit
ing friends in the city.
Saturday evening "Squire Hawes united
in marriage Lambert Anderson and Miss
Matilda Blomquist, of Moline.
A handsome new clock with advertis
ing wings, ornaments the space back of
the clerk's desk at the Harper.
Mrs. Chas. Oberg and family have re
turned home from their two weeks' visit
to Kewanee, where they took in the fair
with relatives and friends.
The little packet Verne Swain contin
ues to increase in popularity under com
mand of Capt. John Streckfua and is
picking up more business daily.
Harry Noel, for some time assistant
night clerk at the Harper house, has
given up his position and leaves tonight
for Southern Illinois to visit relatives.
Messrs. John and Lee Silvia, "sons of
Sheriff and Mr. Ship Silvia, left for Iowa
City this morning to enter the dental de
partment of the State University there.
Mrs. Surah, wife of J. R. Miller, died
at ber home, 1316 Third avenue, at 9:45
yesterday morning of dropsy, aged fifty-
five years. Tbe funeral occurred today
with interment at Davenport.
A coal car broke down on the main
track or the R. I fc P. at Taylor Ridge
this morning on the incoming train, and
as tbe engineer could not move it, it was
left standing there.
A team of horses belonging to Jacob
Scherer flew through tbe business part of
town this morning and were captured at
the corner of Sixth avenue and Twenty-
first street by Edward Kane and turned
over to their owner.
August Sautter, one of the double-
thick glass blowers, who passes his idle
moments in taxidermy, shot a pelican
Saturday evening on the lower end of
Willow island. The bird measures eight
and a half feet from tip to tip of wings.
Hon. W. F Crawford today shipped
seven car loads of hogs and cattle of his
own raising to Chicago from Taylor
Kidge. tsro. Crawford intends to get
bis pockets lined for the senatorial fight.
Mr. W. H. Woodward, of Peoria, spent
yesterday in the city, the guest of Judge
Adams and family. He says that the
Rock Island brick pavement is if any
thing better than that of Peoria.
Deputy United States Marshall Finch
is in Davenport today trying Geo. Hines,
a hotel keeper at Merhanicsville, Iowa,
for sending obscene matter through the
mail an insulting letter to a Davenport
cigar maker in reply to a dunning letter.
Mrs. A. L. Morris has put down a sub
stantial brick walk in front of her Sec
ond avenue property, and removed the
fence which greatly enhances its appear
ance. Mr. J. S. Gilmore has also put
a neat wire fence in place of tbe old
One of tbe most remarkable charac
ters in Davenport died Saturday after
noon, lie wis Jacob Orth, fatber-in-law
of John L. Zoeckler. the well known
packer. The cause of death was old
age. Mr. Orth was born in Uersia, Ger
many, Aug. 20, 1790, and was over nine
ty-nine years of age.
Real eslate continues to move
Through the agency of Geo. W. D. Har
ris, Godfreh Tubah sold on Saturday to
Capt. C. J. Jack 4 acres on tbe blnff for
fl.MK); Geo. II. Richmond sold to
William Tuttel. 4 acres, also on the
bluff, for f 1.230; and George G. Hillier
sold to Marshall and Ferguson, a bonse
and lot on Third avenue between Twen
tieth and Twenty-first streets for $1,000
Messrs. J. Lauerand G. E. Jones are
at the Rock Island house. Tbev are
representatives of the A. Liberati Con1
cert company, of forty people and are
attempting to arrange for an entertain
ment in Rock Island. As the opera
house has been engaged for the only two
open dates they have, they hope to ar
range with the Y. M. C. A. or some other
society for one of their musical enter
From Sept. 4lh to Oct. 19ih. theC.
R I. & P. railway will sell Thursdays of
each week round trip excursion tickets at
reduced rtes to Chicago exposition
Tickets limited to Monday following date
of sale. On Thursdaya, Sept. 19th and
October 10th. ticket to above point will
be sold for one fare for round trip. All
other excursion days rate will be fare and
one-third ; twenty-five cents added for
admission to exposition.
The city council of Davenport Satur
day awarded the contract for paving
Third street to Daniel Keleber, on the
following terms: Excavation, 25 cents
per cubic vard; macadam, sand and pav
ing with brick, $1.50 square yard; new
curbing, B.1 cents Iin. feet; old curb
ing reset, 15 cents hn. foot; tile. 5 cents
lin. foot. The material is to be Bar
dolpb brick, such as is used between the
car tracks la the Rock Island paving.
Bernhart Seeburger, who was one of
tbe party of Rock Islanders who visited
Europe last spring, returned home Satur
day evening. Messrs. Stengel and
Sell after, who crossed the ocean wilh
him, set sail for home Saturday morning
from AmsterdHm. Tbe party journeyed
together through trance, Germany. Aua
tria and Italv for two months, when they
parted to visit relatives and different
places. . s
Walter Rosen field, son of Morris Ro-
senfield, received a cart in size to corres
pond with the Shetland pony purchased
some time since. mil Van Lerberger,
tbe man in charge of tbe stock of the
Rosenfield household, hitched up the
diminutive rig Sunday morning for trial.
The rig attracted much attention in tbe
lower end of town. John Sauerman
made the nickle plated harness which
Walter says is good enough for his steed
Messrs. John Ohlweiler, H. Geisler,
Wm. E. Stengel, Geo. Savadge, A. II
Ltitt, Wm. Seefeld. Chas. Youngberg.
Jacob Srasesofski, A, Hildebrand, Julius
Junge, Robert Wagner, A. Luchmann,
Ed. Murria. Wm. Dressen and .Jacob
Ohlweiler, of this city, and Wm. Runge,
A. U. F Mueller. John Mueller and Wm.
Stats, of Moline, left on the Rock Island
& Peoria road this afternoon for Peoria
to attend the meeting of the Illinois Slate
Liquor Dealers' association which assem
bles there tomorrow.
Tbe body of Miss Hallie Trow, the
school teacher who died suddenly in
Rock on Tuesday last, arriyed in the city
yesterday on the 8:55 p. m. C. & A
train, accompanied by tbe parents and
relatives of the deceased . The body was
taken immediately to Oak Ridge ceme
tery where it was interred, Mr. U. C.
Latham making a few remarks. The re
ligious services bad been previously held
in Rock Island. The pall bearers were
Messrs. Eugene Simmons, Ds'vid Probst,
C. L. Stone. C. E. Bel by, 8. D. Coleman
and G. M. Lawson. Springfield Register.
Another store added to tbe five we now
SIX ROOMS IN ALL-
giving us more ground floor space than
any retail business in three counties. It
was necessary to accommodate our in
MONDAY, SEPT. 9th.
we will occupy the new room with our
To celebate the event will place on
sale at 8 o'clock a large lot of Sash Rib
bons, all silk gro grain, 8 inches wide, at
50 cents a yard, just half price, every
yard worth $1. Remember the price for
this event, 50 cents a yard. Eight shades
to select from.
Also, 1,200 yards, all silk. No. 9. gro
grain and Morie satin edge ribbon, 11c
One lot of No . 2, all silk satin edge
gro grain ribbon 2 cents a yard. Will
FALL AND WINTER
novelties in Felt, Plush and combination
Hats just received from New York.
Millinery in new room, 1712.
1712 to 1722, SSecond avenue.
"I cannot praise Hood's Sarsaparilla
half enough," says a mother, whose son,
almost blind with scrofula, was cured by
Reversible pants, to correct tie 'bag
ging," are proposed by a beneficent tailor
of Akron, Obio.
C. A. Steel, - - Manager.
ONE NIGHT ONLY !
Tuesday Eve., Sept. 10, 1889.
Hnyt's Great Character Study,
A Brass Monkey
(A Satire on Superstition)
102 Consecutive Nights 102
at tbe Pljoo Theatre, New Tork city, to the
largest business in tbe history of
MR. CHAS. DREW,
MISS FLORA WALSH
and tbe origins' New Tork company.
Prices f 1.00, 75, 50 and 25 cents.
Under Rock Island Bouse.
First Mortgage Farm Loans
Rate 6 J per cent and 7 per
TWO MILXIOK UOLLAKM
Loaned by ns without loss to any client.
K9r"CaU or write for circular and references.
- mrutTiPU AVNP0RT lo.
IM BUMS or
$200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five times the amount
of the loan.
Interest T per cent semi annually, collected and
remitted free of charge.
E. W. HURST,
Attorney at Law
Booms S and 4 Masonic Temple,
ROCS ISLAND. ILL.
on Improved Farms ia tbe
Best Counties of Iowa,
The Farms were Inspected by
C. A. FICKE,
213 Main St, DAVENPORT, IA.
CRASH jhC. A YARD,
Always en the look out for bargains for our Linen departments, now and
then we strike some dirt cheap things, that are real surprises as to value. Have
more than usual in TOWELS. TABLE LINENS by the yard and crashes, and in
connection with other good things in this department, will make this week a linen
Linen glass crash 5c a yard; large plaid glass towling. 18 inches wide, special
quality, 10c a yard; plain linen crash. 3Jc a yard; Stevens' linen crashes, 5Jc a yard.
Colored border damask, table linen, 25c a yard ; Loom dice table linen 14c a yard.
34 CENTS A YARD. 150 CENTS A YARD. '
A Cream damask. 54 inch wide, table I Tbe best value ever offered in a Cream
linen. Compare with goods you I damask table linen, 63 inch wide.
have paid 50c for. Bleached Damask table linen 25c a yd.
Warranted Turkey Red Table Linen 17c a Yard. '
Good Glass Towels, fringed, 8c each.
25 CENT TOWELS,
The largest assortment; the
celebrated Midney Bath Towels 25c
mam mom damask towels. 45x24 in. .25c
Oat Meal towels, extra sizes 25c
Huck Buck towels, 43x23 inches 25c
Fine Damask towels, drawn work at
both ends o
Barnsley Huck towels 2
One lot Colored Borders and plain while fringed Doylies, 8c each, always haw
Turkey red fringed Doylies, lc esch; Glass Doylies, lc each.
Special values in fine Barnsley table linens.
TUESDAY, AT 8 O'CLOCK,
will sell one lot, 3-4 size table napkins, 94c per dozen, quantity limited.
1712. 1714. 1716. 1718. 1720 and 1722 Second Avenue. Rock Island.
fe, h fM co z lis
lo 525 2
Geo. WT. D. Harris,
Real Estate and Insurance,
229 Seventeenth St, under Commercial
tafPirst-claas Insurance at lowest rates.
The following are anions;
A to residence at the nsver end of the city,
larpe corner lot. convenient to iMand, depot and
saw mills, cheap.
A nice new bouse, large lot, shrubbery , trees,
etc, on Twenty fourth street, cheap.
A new bouse of eight rooms, fine lo' 61)1 150,
weU located, within five blocks of tbe poKiofflce,
A nest brick house witb a large lot for $i 000,
convenient to npper depot and saw mills.
To dwe lings with lot tWil'M, well located on
Moline avenue, at a erest bargain .
A nice two-etory dwelling, well located, on
Twentieth street, cheap.
A nice residence, with improvement, large
(rounds, on Elm street, cheap 00 eary term.
A two-story boose and lot, convenient to tbe
npper saw mill, depot and round bouse, very
$2,50 PER GALLON,
KOHN & .IDLEH'S,
P08T OFFICE BLOCK.
Children's Shoes, worth f .50 for .30 Ladies' Fine Shoes, worth (5 00 for 4 25
Children's Shoes, " 1.K) " .70 Ladies' Fine SUoes. 4 60 " 3 50
Children's Shoes, 1.15" .90 Ladies'. Fine Shoes, " 4 00 " 8 00
Children's Shoes. " 1.50" 1.15 Ladies' Fine Shoes, " 3 .00" 2.50
Misses' 81ippers, " .75 " .50 Ladies' Fine Shoes, " 2 50 " 2.00
Misses' Slippers, " 1.00" 75 Ladies' Lace Shoes, 1.78" 1.00
Ladies' Slippers, " 100" .75 Base Ball Shoes, 1.00" .80
Wigwams, " .90 " .75
Men's Fine Shoes cat down in same proportion.
Men's Low Shoes at half price.
These pi ices will continue until stock is reduced.
Custom Work and repairing neatly and promptly done.
I5?Call and see us.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL SHOE STORE, 1818 Second Aenne.
ELM STREET SHOE STORE,
2929 Fifth Avenue.
largest towels; best value.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
the many bargains offered:
One of the nicest residences, witb all conven
iences, fine high corner Int. txl50. one of the beat
neiirhhnrho mis on Fourlh avenue.
S.tiOO wil I buy two stores, well located on Third
avenue, for any kind of business, and the rent
pavinff a giwvi interest on the investment.
fl.iwiwillbuya dwelling with good business
room in front, well located on Third avenue.
a new bailtling, oue of the best money making
restauranisatid boarding houses in the city, near
the C. HUP. depolwell located for any kind
On of the best located three-story brick stores
for business on Second avenue.
One of the best paying meat market In the city ,
brick building, firt-claas location, cheap.
Ff0 will buy a good lot. Suxtti. in good loca
tinn if taken soon. One of tbe best lots in lb
POCK ISLAND. ILL