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THE HOCK ISLAND AKGU&a TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1889
THE DAILY AKGUS
JOHN W POTTER.
TcuoiT, ftnivni XI. 1W9.
A JIOUtL THEATRE.
Aaaarfeteae OkI atartie
Oar Raaiaa- 4 Tkrttllas l-lay.
U wu aa anJiencw bk say acV-r or
tttreae, ft matter of how nvx.h aUtrioe. ic
reaowa. m'rht be proud to face, that
kHeta bird at tM opeaiag o( the Bur
tu opera house in Davenport last night
for the eeao of . Seery
eat bed beea merreJ la advance, and
each proereoiuia boi held iu little private
party. On eoteriog th ealitoriuna oae
area Immediately iopiwol with the
grand transformation that hat! beea
wrought during tbe nniMr interval
Etwj feature teemed th enged and beau
tified and the Bitaniflcence and artistic
of the Krurture was intensified by
tbe brilliant numiaatiaa which potjred
from a bandred ioran-la-seBt lights.
Foe thi rtew.,rtby end aop:lon
ivtal Muuf M bvl wise'y selected
aa actor of actional reputation aad
recjfoul merit And there u prob
ably not one ia tbe ler.-e eadience pre-,
eat wbo left tbe theatre otber tbao think-
iew that be bad ma.le a particularly bap
py choice ia Mr. Robert Meetell. Tbe
play of 'Monbara," U, seemed to bare
a ftwination about it that riveti
tbe at ten Uo of the auJiecce from the
Erst going up until the fall of tbe cor
taia ia the ul. That Mantel! I
wholly admirable ia tbe w'hie range of
ewvotioa demanded, will be readily ad
milted by ail who ait under tbe tpe'l of
bis genius last oibC Tbe support vw
eice!lcnt, tlroaghoul, and the star and
Wading lady were compelled to aoswrr'o
eetral calls before tbe curtain.
. tart Marwles; Mkrrlice
A we.lJ;tig cerrtnoay, la wbtib many
la Rock I at sod will be interested, oo
curred ia Trinity cbarcb Dtvenrort. at 3
o'cixk tha morning, and la which the
participial wre none other thaa Mr.
Wo. Rlanchard aad Mr. I.ucy Gallup,
two of this city's b.ng-time and moat es
timaVie resi lenu. lie. D. C. Otrrett.
rector of tbe church, u tbj nOcieting
cWgjtnan. tbe only witura-s being (r.
and Mrs. John George, of Davenport, at
whoe boute the hhde had b-eo a guet
for a short time. Afier the service Mr.
aad Mm. FUaochard were imtnediaU-ly
driven to Mr. Georse's hue, where lun
cheon wit erved. aad the early train for
the southwest on the C . R I. 4 P. bore
them oo their wed ling tour, which it to
include stop at Rurlintr'on and aereral
P. T. IUktcw grt a farewell family
dinner at hi Bridgeport rMidence pnor
tohier1y departure fjr Europe. The
prt, cocittint; of k:a rbildren and
grandcbildren. with their husband and
wie, and three createrndcbiidreo.
Dumher1 aeTen'eea. It w fort of
CENSUS BULU ORGAS.2ED.
rmriklaf Um4j far Iml Wrh
Wahiv;t CrtT. Hi 24 Rrbet P.
r r. tiruUnJnt at the rvneoa, baa ap-
po4atl 11k bar 1 P. Rbw0. of Nw York,
alitor ot Tlx E i'nTing al Mtatnn Joor-
nai, rhvf fm-ial a-.t to taaa ebar of Uaa
erf-t ma 4 th rataUo nt aa1 silrr
t w tba lrnta cetMaa. and Bt 1 HIb
Jt, of IitThnrg, rpaoai airnt lo aut in
tha erJMW..ia t eraj ttattu-.
Tb W'irk r-t tf covn txiraaa sow
aboot ririn.ti A;tbut tba aal
antU rwxt Jj'i, J tkt hu Im- m t.S
malWt (nrt 4 Ut work prf'irwl at tba
dopnn iai cnm A tha t'a.Ul Scte Tba
'att-tva of mana'artuntB. otKnmeo, .,
e Tin a fril ot Un yart. r tn tba
lt a lrj unmlf at -vi aat
an1 aa nrranmtbm of tb vnrk that aiavt
b ninipMa aivl tas in oeVr to retdur
tba t- rtait lo nrW that tb Ttm
naiTyin on the tncunn of Ilia offir may
tia aa j-rf-t a p.MtUU Sifniilalt
Pnrtr haa arpnrtir.rw tba mtira work
itnrmt'mzhu-n rtWi t4 a many Uiriatiot,
and Utir njlirlinttt.
Tba nrtniuUm of th o(TW w fr ia ad
vaaoa nf ht it wv on U 24 (h of (Um
"e b y-an ax K m wll kn'.vn, a m
Mr. I'u-r' iir)va lo eomr! lha wk
rial f)unv-r:I- "T tor -))iiaiIiX 1.
t't -n,itl a haa f tr um r "o Od-
mJ t ff)iminrT work. mnfiUM tba
orga j.itm nl Uia nffiM, an-1 ia dxw pre
perl Urn eltrtii aivl moiptlatlofi of
atatwtirx la fart, lb enlUcti.-in of ta
tittra baa aJra-lr herun.
CAMPBELL OP KANSAS.
Tba llat (miimi for rmta Cmtm
aatalwr Mai. "anwr.
Iwkr I aK, M l, 24. It tm ramor4
that rrmml-nt HaTto'ai w erninnf A. K
i ampfll, or K.anaa. I"e mnm eoronua-
mnnr. Virata fWrrtirr IUIf -l mill lay!
Bizht that U a pT'-tn tenant mijht Kan; otvt
aolil t(o prm.lmit want lawk to tba rapt tai.
II U Wifa W ilt iMrtna.
fT. S.f4. 04 Mai William War-
oar aiTi.d fr Vahin;tra yaatarday
mnrnto;. anl tjt-a in an inUfrw that ba
baa j no hhim oi'llnd tba offi. of pn-
mmiiiiwr. M haT nithr acrrptad
r lortiri," mh ha, -jv) I am wow on mr
way to kanaa City, (hm Um qi-aUon wiU
ab'elly aottUl" From an inUmala
Oravl Army fnarfcl of Maj. tVarnar tt ia
baml that tba rx-mngnmmmau will submit
tba matter lo Iim Law gartnr and bia wif
KahHM Miaa tba MaUlaw Raca.
Bnerron, fmA. 24 Tba great ataiboa
trnttint; rar, I rr tba BaJoh cUkaa of
10,01 . waa trotted yaafwday at Baaeon
park t m !..) iwraona, Tba waatbnr
waa rrfwt an. I iba Irark waa ia vary irood
eondibon for fa4 tima. Tba eonUMtauiU
'iaon. Pilot Knnt, Alrrrm, June-
it, aivl liranby. 5alsoa wow in tbraa
traigbt bala, hta baat time lxia 8 17.
f 'raaia Trial.
Caicaoo. fV 34. "aeenUaa venireman
ware exruaMl fa caoaa in tba Ooaia trial
yaatarnar. T. wr Uaaporarity paw ad
by tba aula. Ana af tbara batr ( rttaJly
aEamiswl by tba 4afBs, wbea tbe eoart
adjournal! l tba day.
railara la tba Ilwaa aa4 abaa T rata,
Boarow, H-yA E. a. a BaueUar
Co., 'tha rVwtoa anal oratflalt baot aaat
aboa manufaotuir, have filed a patttioa la
aft Caal far Sale
At my yard, corner of Eleventh street
aad Tantb avenoe, at ten cenu per buth
el. . B. Datbxpokt.
Aug. 30. IHH9.
To tbe yoong face Pozxoni'a complex
ioa powder give freeber charms, to tbe
old re Dewed youth; try It.
Walker Blaii ia reported to be lost,
Da ia probably in New York waiting for
a fttreet car.
The Virginia Republican Lead-
er on the Stump.
RETCETOa THE DEBT QUE2TI03.
Caaaaaiwla fawrw Pavwlaatl tn
Ra Kanaka ta Misaat Awalkraww ml BWasi
fartiaa a.aaiar Daatal Mabaa tba la
awa awt tba titta fliaat fjOaiwaw
ralaaae a4 Haaw Jaba B. I-faeSj Talb
ta itim at aawtaaaWfea. Ida.
AanitiDi, Va.. S4 Gaav MaSoaa
arriv.l bare yeatarday ntnrniag and waa
twHmI by a larfa erowl at tbe caUjcv A
prcrraaiuo waa furnaad, and tba f axrai waa
eacnrLa-l to bia W 41 ia finmpb. At tba
Bfaibiiraa rally ia tba aftaraona ka aaavla
wbai bat sarpa'tTS daeiared to ba tba brat
afT.jrt of a ei .f ia tha way of saarhaaakia.
It waa ra 1 fnja rekBt1 tU(av Tba erawj
that bateiwal lo Uaa. Maboae waa aot con-
finwl U bwewa (ailitWi party, tut hondrads
of iwm-tt-raU, who rra eartuw to m the
l:tLe c wK.-wa aama was a b-rturh ill
w.4 umnnf tbrro, ware prssaak Tkcre
wra ara of maw praatwt wfepa Uw.
Mvw waa srwakme. wbo cbaarml for
M-Kinny w.tikajt, brwaear, saeouac to
ana-y lb ewrJ eary ssora.
Hta law a Iba Ulata Dabt.
Ia bH afwb -a. Mvhowe rvrtawwl tba
ran I of tha C"aiUn.l aiminia'rali o, euw-
trastmff it an(aroraly with f jnnf ooaa of
Pwf atlKaa pmu.Vmts ia r'r of matenal
pcofiy. With r-arl to tbe nlal law
tha al pqNie dU ba anl th.l tba IVku
m'r alminutratfim bal ioraajl tba
WaU Mx (i0.wii arvl by tbr bun ln
bat Vtroyxl tha vital rWnxit of tba Ra-
h.'.yntr-rC-TuI'laa ro;Mttiai i4 sattia-
3tnl Tha IVmorraU balinritail tha f-a--
wm l ) Ihi iWl t.1 a -narsrn-e, oairaoad
Um k-v-wlaiur in extra a w. jo to imrt tba
baalhoaWTs. al all tba tim so far from
stakiof any nw profaaatuat, ba.1 actually
r.i aa tba t B-ibokW alTanl. abow
irvt that a.r nwnt waa not tbear otn.
Haw la AIJaai tba IHNI-allf.
I bava Aavrr Nlirr.l iVal IS pampas f
Ikr Kate dn r a tnyal wli h lbir ered
II. -ra a an tttrr lm thaa that ahwtiw
ornltwl atvrf dollar of br rqittabla sbaraof
tha f!M of tb an-iit-vll atata. and thai it
aUxiM be rvf vtviol at a rata of nirmt that
aouM nab. tba lo mm I it sanaal da
saaa t aad lira. lo that baia. I rraiara ta
aar. with aTa7 rvaponMhtiitf f-w tha iariars
ttua, a atifa trf ti-fita of tbM qrw
latntht fit t-l. bat ao snaa who hoa
(t j dwM a Ana! aattinwat of it wnaild rx-
at t. tunrh W " .lir-.. bat I sVaald atata
bw. M a!,j Ufl p-o.--. It maatbaaf-f-t-L
f"r ainutilatf tb IWrnnrratlr ssaa
arra wntjM ar. "Via. I,." Mr crm ttoe
arama uiimi that 1 -noald poiiehtaa bins on
th a g-at qtwttoa. Hut aat f ipwVl' baa
danon-trii a b tmataha in. apaitr on
tha part of bia aw-ai to dValw:b tbia
ar d nWjrr -at-ii afl-t.ax tha intraata of
th pMpta that I fijrbaar to indai bis sullet-ta-ia.
Ha ita-n ! that tba IVpubltcans left
i'MXi ia toe state treasury; that tba Lkbcbw
crate hal sin cril-twl I.l.,it is taxrt
al-i IVi0.auto tha state dabt, aai
b buimI b iikw abt ba.1 taoxna J tba
dwWt at a-ortb oo the cry rtnal of
nafrro dxiiioatin. tut skI it was not the
ghrt if tit n--e;r.) in pr!itics ha wa dta
cwtaunif. Ha sakl thaea waa no reality ia it.
Ta B)vro wa bera to stay. Ha was tba
bra-tat .n; wr to aU RvdtntricB and
paroui a Ha latmr owtnbaiI to tbe
wavaitb a.- I ( rr of this eofnmuwwaaJib,
ac4 tba mora tba rtttzraa enwtribute to bu
ani;ht.mnt tba mora tbey woaki aaiar
thtr pop -r.tr. Ir-a. Ma bone J.tcul tbe
tariff, ao-1 aai-i of ax-Frwai lal lTiu 1
that Uaut bivr rnaa than b party, ba
eruaa be ha J o in T k1. kii
A raarrati tatarrasttiaa.
W ban t, Mahrane was inlroduoad there
waa (rret cbaerio. but be ba.1 prooaoied aot
Baeetcaa a J-fco seoteoraa wbao oo tba
wMirta of tba crowd lb-re was a racket
Lke bvarww truUtn orar tha flyor. It waa
a of ft'ty mea lafii( ia a boly aa if
by j rviooertd arrajfanaot. S-xae at
citaioeot la-gionmit to manifest ltar.f,
Cbairnvaa Saari interpial ao.1 strtwl
tbe stbmcw to ba pattetil, aa it was a LvtQ.
erttr lr( - Ga. Mahooe tbam went on
WttO bit Sfwaa-h.
Vaalar Itaatal'a pawh.
At the I-maTatc mnin S-oator Dao
iela Da.la ht rbaaf kai on Vab4a,s peraoa
aiitr. Ha Mattone Lal tatan aix ehirart-r
ami la avarj . one bad pror-n !
- a a oftfr'.lrrate anldjer. whrn be
Toal atr.vht rtmnrltf a comrade's
d aaNi itkr-t. a a railroad prr-tjral. ia
birb la h 1 wr k1 tbe ni aoi the
atatra intr. t ia llim,' a a lam r itic hna-1-er.
wl t ! oot b-ra to ?i:.r a:r-r.n
f. ! ; a a, !J i-tr. a br Lll l l4
rata a fii.rf- r a.ri-t fleral rl -letife: a a
frn.1 I h aiirK ii.T'in. wbn ba ral til
at ah .rint r oa T! Kk hmfinl L.rf an i im-lrtt-l
rci a-an torua Virginia rai.psaiv
ao-l o- a a K po.! n mhra b ji lruc to
f'a4 tha " i K- rh nv ?anatMr lark-
li aai.l t;,r- waa tut i-uab;i an Lam la it- Tbe
et 't 1 rott w&a Mahotitam aod be
"ine tle tariff aa a certain hafora tbe
ataa to kaa-p tbe ppi fnnni Marine what waa
roih oo in iff grt-a nun. o tariff ta la-
voiTrd in ihia at,: r o'-t and tbr bare no
stair laatja axr(4 JUOf, who aaat U ba
C"'ri.ir. hot a., n't e t there.
Uaal4 a afariat laaaala.
Tia loraJ I nfirrata wa urgent for a
nt dicoi.v, ajl ami a ktter propaaun
thnt H-naUar Inii aM others now bre
sh-ail 1 Mahooaaol bis alaff ia
1-''. l.i thia J j W.a-J. the iocai Ka-
uuai to n( P TT. MRHinar tbelVas
rraur ran 1x1 it, at any tiosa.
(-ft Man-itta's ap4i waa reoeivail with
rriiinna briirj. inirafa raa.1 witb rrics)
of M K.r.n-r! M. (Cnny f At a aaeetiog
of tbe I-nvTata h-i.1 at aboat tba aama
I bat th - It fAitA K-aria were tuteninx to
Mjh.if, S-mu-r J. on W. Ihuik4 made a
TSt T r .at Ka la( at aartia( AaUt. Ills.
aaaaary m4 Iba A4daaaa,
! mvHriliJi. I. la., fV. it Emaaeipa
tauu I'jr aoa rab-tiratpd bare by a karge
gal b-rin of roxerai ntits. Prariotas to
tbe a-aLi2 there waa a parade, which
nwla a' fii inmnum The orator of
U iliir wa H"W. J jtin R Ljd-d, of Mis
llaaaiil Hi nvro waa indhtl to tbe Re
poh'kan parly f.ar aJl that be has and all
that ! ia. a 4 that tb I a-ma-ral ir partj waa
I he reprr-aentatire of tba santlmeot that
baa-ica tu- h-fro wu blark ba was aercaiia
nr 1 1. a tiirrwr of the white ma a. He da
rlarwl tbtt a twsrro maid aot a a laanaocrat
wlihoeii tiw fawe ta hiaaaalf. faiae ta bia
family aa l fla to bta raoa. Otbar apeeobaa
aar rna.1 hj Mae a tor Ittllasn, laoreranr
Fifar aod rt-Mate Menator Kae. WT. Gray, of
Ua. I'alaaer TaJka tba Othaw War.
F.t-dnr-rai fa I mar was aa she platform.
at1, lawns inritad to eJ-lreee tba maatlag,
raaoonde-1 aabataatiajly aa fallows :
H'tr ynara aaw I oaiaa to I.liaoss from a
alare atatn. I waa erqaainted, srttb slarary hi
all Ita forma, and wba you were freed
twentf --rrn Tears aco I told J on then ta i
boiiM-s a 'id adoration and )wo woald be all
rmht. We ran all aaw tha wondrrfol c haa re
Ibat haa been made In th aaat few years.
Vow ware pnor then and bardlr dared nm-IM
roiericbts. aa-mla-idf poabed miarartnto
I he e rm rrowd. Thry aai i I waa four friend
aad wtafo h-lp yon. I did an: I told ra what
yoa waatd waa ptvajreaa mratal proreaa to
raltirate manhood and womaabnod. Tbey
mtalaal yoa wbo aaf yt bckMs to anr Partr.
Von are free men. You bare 'j- ribt ta rota
a roa plae, aa lone aa jroa f witbia tbe
bouaia of tbe law. aaxtoa are anawrrabla to
Almighty m.J and Botwdy elae. fart are are
onabing erery day. ycja are aot- Vote aa yoaj
pieaa. While ya have votea politicians
want ta aaa yow. Mr. Lynch said there were
a lew colored Demwrata. Tbrra ar
awl roiorm Iieianrrats In this state and
aarabeewiU Larrtwa. As Ton t rid tbeea
old prejadicea of tba paet ion will think aa
yaw plaaxaa. and I bask to tba time wbea yve
sbail ail ha Liemorrata.
Oew. Palmer's rvmarkt ware recaiead with
mialad araplaase and bisaea.
KsaseeaW Mae m Candida.
Waiai6Toa Citt. 8ept 24 Cirfl Serr
iee Commiaaooer Roraarrelt baa returned
from bia earatiow. which be spent ia Idaho
bear aad deer hunting. Be aaid ia regard
to the newspaper talk aboot hUbeia a oaav
didatefor tba sawate frott I rtk Dakota
that there waaawebiac tat, aad tba Brat be
bad baard ef it wws wbea I rama east. 1
may ba what ia 5w Tori: called a 'kaiw-
aaar eaadidata.' A eaUatatr-
aaw who ia raw he tba aew avpara, aad ia ai
toBt ebx-tad by bia frssodi, bat wbea tba
real elertioa auowa eat hatha fall is asrrar
aaard of. 5 Taa wot a aadklata.
THE WORLTS FUR OF "9Z
at wraa-b sttk a eaa kVaJUal Vm
Chicaoo, Sept. 4 Tbe ri tiaras here are
tboaiiLr ao waaariaeaa ta tie work aeceamry
to secure tha WurU"s far. A anaetia( ef
tba aaxxjaai sarftatioa eotimittao waa bold
yeatarday, at wbjca a ei-ralar waa ordared
drawa ap ernpbaaixiBa; tba adraatairea of
tkw city for toe fair, aa i mr sen res ware
taken to work ap tbe rase with tba roufcrsas
maa au orar tbe eoaatry. Erery bra oca of
lavJastry haa ita orrea ntos aad is tvosy at
all times pvshiar; the raterpriae, aad if tbe
city doea aot gt tbe fair it will aot ba for
weat of eatbasaae- ic ff jrt.
At tbe aneetiaa; abnre aotad hattera were
racetrad In in blayor Mtaby, of Ctooianati;
Jaokas L Day, of w I trtsans ao-l Cyras
klitviara of tba aeadrila. Pa.. Sanori bank,
all deciannj their loyalty to ttkaf
A teHrran from N w Turk ears that
Mayor JuaTh A. Kbaiaapears. of New
Orleans, wntaa to vaw T ark that be ran not
express any optninw at t where tba worti s
fair snooMbe fa aai Tbe paopts of Nw
Orleaas are dirkled ta th ar opinions oa that
rWwee tabnilba at VOOO.
rw Yoatr. PUpt. 54- R atii p. floirr
baa rtraa rOm) to tbe WorU i fair coca
mittee. Tbre is still a (rent deal of disras-
stoa aa to whether tbe sits shall tad a la any
part of Central park. raa site committee
aain lied new lay.
HartfaraJ, Cawa, Is for CaMhaas.
Haarroao, Con a , Spt. 24 The Nan!
of traie yeatarlay rotwl ia favor of New
York nty aa tbe place or tba World's fair
ta Tba city guewament laat night
pasawl a reaolation t) tht name eff-art.
THE INFAMY OF MOB LAW.
Tba Caaa as Mr. aad tn, Edwards Uivea
aa tllast ratiaa.
El Db ado, Haa., tar. 24 Tbe atroc
ity of mob law ia weal a nitrated in the case
of Mr. and Mrs. Edwa-de at Rnealie last
week, which was (irea ia thews dispatcbea
Tba coo pie were lodged ia Jed and it was
otvty beraose the cocnty had a sher
iff who wooU do hta dnty
that thy were aot b)th kunr by Javixa
Lyarh. th authority a bo haas more peo-
pie latbeLnited Stales tbaa tbe sbarifl.
Tbe taunt of tbe abtiv wOl ba Ba wbao it
toad teat to child whoa disappearance
gare mob law a caaxc to paint ttasif ia
swew denluh cotort was (nod sJits and
well early Moaday moraing. It had
afparrntly strayed a any.
tt tba Fly arm.
, Sept. 24 Tbe race at
yeweriay were woo as
Merjaret, S' mile, I.C
Poouac, S mile, 1'1'i; Huntress, 1 3-16
mika, 2-O-J'-,'; LaTtstm. 1 miie, 1:424
Seoor.ta. L 1-14 mile. 1:51: ICeaTood. H
mik, 1 : 1 i Calient, I S m. las. 1:37 V.
IJt l.aviLl-i; Sept. 14 Era Wts woo tb
mil race at tbe Joi key dab nin rv.
tertlay to 1:KS, MetU tb 1 m.W in 1:4V
Brand 4tte tba l' milea ioS ll v,. Birthday
tba 11-14 miles ml V and Hopeful the
S mfe am
CHKg. Sept 21. IVopbecy was the
winner of tbe mile race at tbe
neat Sole park coarse yesterday
ia l;UV. FauaOery cf tba mile, in IJSj.
Mooita Hardy of th I miles in J.flt, M
enoa of tba X mite -n v-.4 and Loorbot
of tb steepaecbaaa, sb art cuoras, ia 2.SJ-v
Sewrwa aa tlae Dtaaaaad.
CHKTAOO, Sept. 24 Tb baas ball recurd
of League clubs yeatarday was aa follows
At Chicago Chicago 3, Boatoa S; at Ia.liaa-
apoaa iDdiaoapoliS 9, w A urfe 11; at
Clerelatvi iXr-laod 0. Philadelphia 5; at
Pittabiirg Pittaburg e Washington 2 eight
in n in st, darkaeaa. Asnericaa aaaociaUoo
At BrotAlya BrorAira 3. Coiombas 3
eight innina.darknea: at Balu more Balti
more , Athletic 10; t klaasaa City Kansas
City 6, LouisTtlla 4; U St. Loais St. Lvais
S, Cincinnati L
Western learae: At Minaeaoolis Minna-
wpolia 2, Stoax City 4.
Trwabte Ahead far tba Baae Ball Deal.
PaiLAbELFRla. SrpL 24. John L Rogera,
savretary of the Phi adelphia base ball dob.
baa aaot to the prad lent of th league duba
ha legal optnioa U at aectioa 13 of tha con
tract now in fore ta tweeo leavrue dubs and
their piayers, aad wbach at known as the
"Brother Bond cootra -t," baring bees formu-
latal and preravrsd by that body and ac-
cafJal be tba leatru, eipreaaly aero res to
each dub the ahao,ute right to its players
sarrioes for tbe aaa a of
Twaary Tbaaaaad laallara tret af racket.
WasaiJiOTO! ("ITT, Sept. 44 The c&eial
report of tbe trial U ip of the Charleston baa
been race i Ted at tbe nary department Tbe
penalties cf tb Urioo Iran werka, of Saa
Prearisco, which baltt tbe TaesW, will be
aboot el,0 for b( raa power undeveloped.
. a. Cam's Will rTahalad.
w Yosjt, hart 84 Tb will of tb
late 8. a Cos was :ilad for prbat ynrlar
day. All af Mr. C z s real
will to dated
taiaj tW ia ari low. Tba
Waaaaa's Mleeleaiarv Bawtatj Aajaaraa.
Panreo. Pa., pc 34 Tbe 5atiooal
Wucaaas Krawawical Misalauary aedety
adjoxiraed her laeurday amng a.'ter
eaoaatng Kacbaate. lad., aa ta aezt place
rail a re af Balfard. Clarke Ca.
Chicaoo, 8epL 24 The mammoth pab-
lahiog hooa of Belfnrd, Clarke dc Co.
which has a Urge establishment here and
branches in New York aad Han Franessco.
failed yesterday iJteraoaa. Th assets are
ertimatad at bets sea fcA,0n0 aad f i 000
and tbe laabilitaai at least t-fO.OOU. Tba
heariast creditors are tn New York aad Saa
Praacieco. A recairer baa bean aaaoiatd
wbo will ooatiam to pablieh belford'a
Monthly, a magixiae which the firm has
bee publishing far aom time aad which
haa a suberriptaon list of over 23,000.
Aa I a ideal af tha Karteaal Gam
BaooKLT. N. V., Sept 24 Ia tbeaame
yaatatday betweea the Brooklya aad Coi
boa baas tall dole (American associati
tbe official score aaa giraa aa Brooklya
loluabua 3 eight inainga. Brooklya bad
tied the score ia tie ninth inning. wbao Um
pire tlengle called tbe game on account of
darkneaa, whan k was set oa by a mob and
escorted from the field by four poUr offl
Heavy ftw aa Me a I Washington.
Fab-Tax Horsf V. H., Sept. 14 Snow
baa fallen on Moaat Washington for the last
fire days, and J esterday morning It va
eighteen inches dap. So tram waa ma to
tbe summit But day night owing to the
depth of snow, a td the tracks bad to be
shore! out yaa arday before the trains
could make tbe e-cent. Yesterday wa the
Brat dear day of Jus month.
Died ta 1 raa af a Chorea.
Srer York, cent. 34. Maw McCormick,
of 73 West Forty fi th atraet, died aavlle i J
Sunday night ns Iron, of the church ef tha
Heavenly Kent at iM Fifth arena. Cor
oner Larry, wbo reports tbe ease, says that
the Bee. Dr. Parkar Morgan, pastor of tba
church, reported tbe ease to him Sunday
Bight. Tbe dacateed is of fine family and ia
a friend of Dr. ft organ.
FraoaMr ,ailly Was Dmk.
BaoocLTB, It Y., Sept, 24. A large
crowd gathered last night at th Clarmoat
Arena rink, w jars John Ia Bnlliraa was
expected to gire t sparring exhibition. Tha
doors ware aot opeoed, bowarer, aa Sulli
raa did not appear. Charley Johuaton, wbo
had arranged U s affair, could not explain
BuHiraa's abaeay a. There waa Brack disap
pointment mant asted.
C0DXTEU HIM 0DT.
Political Fine Work in
AJTTEUfa TO EEAT B0ULAXQE2.
to Rasa laM ta ragt-
tlr Gaaat Fretty Mif Balfwar
Write What Ciaatstaae Calta a "Rbaa
by aaisad nastb af WUki CaUlaa.
LosDoa, Sep. 24 Tba Paris correspoaoV-
aat of The Tlmea an: Tb eaectioaa in
Praaoa Sunday resulted ia a crushing da
feat far th Boulaagista, who returned only
ty aaembara, aad whoa onto- repra-
senaUioa io the chamber after the re-beJloV
iag will not exceed tUrty-eix membarm. Tb
Omaa-rs tires alectal Ul members, aad wul
get thirty mora. The Republicans returned
' aad will secure orer 101) more, making
taeir btal strength ia the chamber betweea
5 end J, agaiaat 2 or SO repTtasating
tbe whole reactionary Boulaagiat coalitioo.
Tbe soooeea of tbe RpabbcaD aad tb de
feat of the aaooarchy and C'tmariam it a
happy tact. The result of tb elertioa put
saeod to the Boulaotst-M-marchist coo
eptrary. Baalaacee Caaated Oat.
Tbe general belief in fane ia that Gen.
Baalaager waa elected ia tbe Hoatmartre
1 s not. Sun-lay, aad counted out. The
fart that h m election f T a ronl maiintT
was at first cievceded by tbe gorernnvant's
repranatiTs. and that there was roo
ntral4e iteiay in changing the aanounce
meat to ooe of iefeat, gira cusur to ccargea
that are twing freely male to tbe effect that
tbe Lall4e were manipulated by tbe go'
meal s agents.
t nam) Crwaked
Tbe geueral reaolt of the elecUooa sbosrs
that there waa ao need frjr tbe gorernmeot
lo rewrt to tarn deafierate measures as are al
lseed, fir Polanger did not dereiop enough
streegtB throughout the country to aenoua-
ly eoiang-r tbe continiaail exateoce tf the
traajpt guTernment. Tboae who beliere
frawl was oenmi:tl. howerr. point out
that at tha tune tba rotaa for MotiUuartr
counted the returns hs1 not been
reired from th prorincea ia sufficient ban
ter to show bow matters ware CMng. Tbe
r rrarn.nent waa aiarmed at tba strength
wn by ttoulanger ia that particular dis
trict, and fearing that it indicated tbe geo
era! feeling of tbe countrr ther deter
mined to at least defa-ira tbe Boulangiits of
tbe peeweial ka-Jenhip cf their hloL It
wortt. noting that those wbo make this aeri-
om charge mi-luie not only BouLan guts.
b men of all shades of pol itacal opinioa.
ntea af the f-lectleev
Paat. Sett 24 M. Julee Ferry was de
feated by a doa rota Ha brother. Albert,
elected in an adjar-ent district. M.
Cloria-Hughes ia defeateit. M Blowitz, cor-
rsapond-jot of The LtnAta Times, says tb
chamber will annul the election of Boalanger
by a sweeping ma-itT.
Counting tbe pa(wrs a'deeed to bare tasen
destroyed, the Boulangists polled 3W.0U0
rotes ia the Sein department, against 2UK.-
for their opponents; but tbe Republican
role shows an increase of vT.laift. comrared
with that of January.
1 he Tarn) a sars that tbe rxilitical corn
piezion of the new chamber will be much
the same as that of tb old one. Many new
mea are returned, however, and a freah e Le
ave t is aMed to parlianwitary life. Th
republic oubt to uas ita victory to give to
he praUbcal action a cooaiatency heretofore
ioe uoerte sars that there will be no
sooh change in tb balance of power in tbe
cfaamtar as would bare anr serious influ
ence upon the future of tbe republic
BALFOUR'S UNIVERSITY SCHEME.
He Sars tbe Praleetaata War Taa
Ttoaa Gladataaa'a Cammaala
LOSDO, Sept. '4 Balfour has irritten a
letter to the scretary of toe Protestant Al
liance relative to the eataUUhmut of
Roman Catholic onirerairy in Irelani In
the latter he say: 'Though I des.n- to take
steps to promote higher university education
for R.-man Catholics, a foutvlatiaa en-low
ment for tbe proyajaal university haa never
bdn in cootamplatioo by tbe eovernmeat:
Such an endowment is not, in my opinion.
oeceaaary. oaajure pawautg julgmeot apoa
the suppiaed plane of the government, the
rublic ought to suspend an expression of
opinion until tbe rtew of tbe government
lb "Craad Old Mam Talks.
Gladstone received a Liberal deputation at
ilawardew yeatarday. He called the Iraih
aoivernty scheme a 'dodge and said that
tbe letter written by Balfour to tbe wx-reterr
nf the Proteatant ailianc was tbe 'haUies
part of the snaoby raroceeding.'
I aval h at Wilkte Caalllaa.
LosDOjr, Sept. 34 Wilki CoUina, proba
bly tbe best known English novelist of tbe
day, died yesterday morning of bronchitis at
ha borne in this dty. Ha bad been a uf
ferer from the malady for several yean,
and for many months bad beea in a critical
condition, at-varal tima seemingly at the
point of death. Saturday afternoon he
caught a severe cold from fiun and
steadily failed until his death. Mr. Collins
was bora in this city in lt:4 Ha first work
was a bang rapby of bis father, wbo was a
painter or no aad probably bia moat pope
as of hta works were of the beat data of no
China Meditatlag KataliaUaa.
Lodo-4, Sfpt 24 Advices from Sheng.
hal states that tbe emperor of China and
the supreme coancd are deUttiiz or
mamorial aaking tneexpulsion (4 AmrW-xns
from the country.
The Taa Cm fra la la lea Maaalag.
LosDO-i, he4. 24 Tbe pot has sent
eoagratu:atinns to Cardinal M tuning for
the socraas of tbe cardinal's elT rte in nettling
tbe dot kers strike.
Far tha Defeae af th Alas.
PaOMK, SepC 24 The Italian government
has oT'lered from Krupp a numb-r of
maaked towers for tbe defense of the Alps,
tlllaaas State Fair OpaaxL
laOBja, Ills., Sept. 24 Tbe state fair
opened yesterday under tbe meet favor-
eorabie auspice. Tbe weather wa aD rta-
itora could de-are. All departmenta are
fall, and it ia by odda the rreatest exhita-
tioa of live stock and machinery ever
at a state fair in Minnie.
That Starr A baat tb Kalghta.
ITTSBiao, S-pC 94 Labor leaders
tale city wbo bare been prominent in the
Knight of Labor admit that serious decay
m at wars in tne membership of the order,
but they profess not to know either that tbe
executive board ba beea snpeoded or that
rowderly baa reeignaL
"'aeaavealeaea- Is a Coed Ward.
WaaaiKOTox Crrr, fVpt 4 Tbe rteU
department baa taken etepa to prevent Hon.'
Frederick Douglass being subjected to any
inconvenience in traveling, on account of
of bia color, while on bis way to amine his
duties as minister of tbe United State to
Hayu. Tbe United States steamship Dis
patch wm convey Mr. Douglass from Wash
mg ton to Fortress Monroe, a distance of
little mora that 200 milea, aad thence he will
proceed to Haytt oa the Caripee. Mr. Doug
lass, ta aa interview, aaid be might be sub
jected to soma convenience while going to
rartrsas Monroe, and that the state depart
ment secured tne Dap ten from tbe nary
uKfmrruimn so prevent such a poasibUity'.
Taa Ia-aajrar Trial.
fll YOftK, Sept. 24 The testimony for
tha defense lathe Ivee-Btarner trial ski
concluded yesterday, tbe last witnrat being
H. Wilson, porter of a private car on tbe
C, H. aad D. railroad, who swore to taxing
tn Dooxa ana seal ot tne oonrpaay rrotn Cin
dnaaU to Saw York oa Jane 1 Brooke,
of Ivee counsel, tba moved to acquit tha
defendants, bat tbe eoart owerrvled tbe mo
tion and Brooke taen proceeded to Stake tba
aaBtng speech Ux tb (Wlsns.
A STREAK OF RUIN.
Pacblo Beach. Florida. Swept
by a Cyclone.
rUlUOUS E5EEQT OP THE TOBIADO.
It Lifts a Bay.fi
Taaea lOO rest
Cat pea Tlaahae
lata taa Ah
Drlrea tkrssfh Twa-Iaeh Claaka
Week aa th Qaabee LaadaUda Dla-.
gtaa; tar ta Diai.
J acxsosviLLa. Fbv. Sept. 14 Torreata
of raia fdl aQ reeterday, and late ia the af -
there was unprecedented electrical
dajturiaaee, followed by a hurricane aad
doud-borst which passed orer tb city to
the aot-tbaast. Tn streets were flooded,
sewers bunt, and parecaeota were washed
out. Tbe rainfall was the heaTieat on
record here for the same length of time.
Haeae aad Iieath at raebta Brack
A tercado pasted orer PaeLlo beach, six
teen mik-a from here, at 6 oVl-ark Iat even
ing, and did great damage to Murray had.
aa immense beaota hotel. The Ua rot was
rff, the windows and doors botit in. and
tbe buddioe; left in a generally shattered
ovaadjuon. Tbe serrsnta quarters and car-
tnar shop near the hotel war completely
beat, af Prixa O-KciL
Prince O'NfiL, a boy 13 years oil, was
stand ing by the bona and buggy of Law
rence Hay nee, near tha dancing pavilion.
awaiting tbe arrtraJ of tb erasing train.
Tbe boraa, vehicle aad boy were luted into
tbe air and Mown nearly 2 "J feet to the
beach. Th brv was killed outright. A
freight-car on a aid trace was lifted tn tba
air, turned over twice and landed on tbe
n-th side cf tbe main track, sixty feet dis
tant. A Paeaeeger Tralas Ciaaad lack.
A pamenjir train, due at 4 o'clock, was
haif an boor late, owing to obstructions on
tbe track, tlsd it arrival on tiius KJ cut
tagers returning from tbe dty would doubt
leas bava teea kilWl or seriouslv lniure-L
Tbe force of the wind was such that piece
of timter were driven through tbe two-inch
plank flooring of tbe railroa 1 station and
were with great difficulty extricated for the
of tbe train. Tba cottana escaped
with little or ao damage, and no a-rious in
jury to perwana is rerajrtal beyond the death
of tbe O'Neil bor. The damage to Murray
Hail end surroundings bj estimated at f 11, -
Oaly Kevealr-Ftva reat Wide.
The tornado covered an area of not over
seventy-five fet in its revolutions, and
buildings aud peranos . outrwl of tha ci rde
were uninjured. Tbe tornado was leas than
three minutes in duration, and paaeM o3
toward the northwest.
DIGGING FOR DEAD PEOPLE.
Tha Graaeosae Saarra at Oarkar- Alatktr
Calaat raphe laamiaeat.
QriBKC, Sept 24 LH-ois Berriaa, son of
Timothy Brrian who dwl on Saturday,
died yesterday mnrninz. His back was
broken. The body of Mrs. MrKinnon. wbo
was risiting a friend at tbe time of the slate
and wa entombed in tbe ruin, was found
standing erect. About sixty men employed
by the city are now working at tbe debris
with steam engin- aad derrick. The work
Laaktag far Other Bodies.
Tbe following bodies are suvpuaaal to be
lorated where other men are working:
Michael Bradley's two children. Thomas
F-mbMbm, Joe Kemp, Mrs. O'Dowd,
Rbert Lisam'i child. Pochard May bury,
wife and son, Hnry Black, John Hnry and
wife, aa old womaa ruiting tte Henrys
and two sailor, nam- Unknown. Persons
well acquainted with the locality, however,
my that the number mtaaing is greater thaa
Tbe tvrfie of Thomas Nolan aal wife
were found late Sunday locked ia each
Aaother Iaagarwaa Crack la tba Rark.
Maj. Mayne, of the Royal engineers, and
aereral otber engineers are making an ex
amination of tbe terrace and tbe al joining
rocks. A newly -discovered t-raok runs 'AW
feet under tbe southeast end of tbe Ixiffenn
terraoa, and divides it into Two wwigs-like
segments. It baa widened in three days from
a few incbes to five feet, and is tbe prune
factor of tbe dreaded second avalaocbe. Tbe
engineera express the opinion that the houses
in Cham pi am on both odea, and on toe whole
length of tbe street, numbering about tJ0,
should be deeerted at once. Tbe coo tin aal
chemical dissolution of tbe face of tbe rock
threatens its d-nWition. Another catastro
phe may soon t recorded, if means are not
taken to remove the occupants of the houses
in tha dangeroue locality.
Hart ia a Navel Ace I.I eat.
SmrsGnrxD, Mam, S.pt 24. While
two-ton stone was being swung into place
yesterday by Nnrcruas Eros.' workmen, it
struck train No. 4 oo tha New York. New
Haveo and Hartford railroad, just aa it was
crossing Main street, and CTuabed into on of
tbe cars. Three of th ravwengers were se
verely injured. Daniel Callahan, of Hart
ford, bad two ribs laroken and s iff ered a dis
location of tbe shoulder. Mrs. Abbie Calla
han, his wife, had her left should tr bruised
and received a wound on the bead. Kate
Uennehay, of Hoiyoke. received a wound in
tbe temple which result! in a con"tssioo of
AfcMral aa Iba Karlh vaatara.
oa tha Northwestern radway colhJsl yes
terday with the Omaha passenger train at
Flagg, a small station fifteen miles from
this city, damaging both engine and killing
a tramp who was stealing a rid Engineer
Prieatea, of th freight; Wiliiam Bureaa, of
P-ocbelle, 1!U ; F. Metier, ar-t Olim WJ1-
iams were siigbtly hurt
Tw Fatal Aecidsata at Iahpeaslag.
IsHrmino, Mich., Sept. Ji Micnael
Carina, an Italian miner, 4" years old, was
killed by a fall of rock in Calumet and
Hecla mine yeterdar mom ins. He leaves
a widow an-1 three children. Hans Erluna,
a Swacte, stole a ride oa a skip on the Al
lows copper mine, aad fall oft, dropping
tiuO feet. He leave widow and four chil
Maa aad Wife Ore weed.
St. Jons, -N St,- -'4 Word has
reached here of tb drowning of Capt.
Durant and bis wife, wbo were washed off
tbe deck of tbe schooner Cotter, of this port.
whfie on ber way from tbe Bay of Foody to
New York. The vessel Care) I sad, but tbe
rest of tbe craw were saved.
wryamlag Caaetitwtlwa Maker.
CHITXX5X, Wy. T., Sept. 84 The
atitutioual convention yesterday decided
upon aboard of arbitration to settle all
strikes. Foreign police are eaoladad. Rail
ways are to transport only employ
tbeir fami lies free of charge, aad must not
discriminate hi making rates.
ANOTHER ADVERSE DECISION.
raited Statas adgea Agra am Sluing
Iwa aa Mieot'e Beef
Br. Pacl, 8pt. 34 Judge Nelson, in tbe
United States circuit court in this city yes
terday morning, decided tbe Minnesota
aati-dreaeed-beef law unoonstitutionaL Tbe
rase was tbia: On Monday, Sept. 10, R E,
Barber, an agent of Armour & Ca, of
Chicago, was arrested at White Bear, Minn.
for selling there for human food 100 pounds
of freah beef which was part of an animal
watch bad been slaughtered in Chicago and
which animal bad not been inspected "oo the
booT" ia tbe state of Minnesota.
The priemer was found guilty and
teneed to jail for thirty days. He at once
presented bia petition for a writ of habeas
corpus to J udga Neiaon, sitting ia tha United
estates circuit court. The ease was f ally
goad. Tb state or Minnesota was repre
sented by Judge Cobs, the author of the lew.
aad tba county attorney. Judge Kelson
took tbe cam under adrisemecit, and yes
terday mormng decided that the
ia conflict with tbe prorialoo af tba eoneti
tution of tbe United Btatee, and discharged
LT Vi Lrauviu
l"We are now well into Autumn with its changeable weather aud will soon see the Mer
cury go downwards in the Thermometer, consequently all ought to prepare for it. In
FURNITURE AND CARPETS,
There is no better place to
TELEPHONE !SO. MM.
A I'aelaffle Rubbad.
Saw York. Hep. 24 SaoeOme be
tween midnight aui o'ck-k Sun-lay morn
ing tbe Jat (ti.-e at rUapw-too, & L, was
entrel by burglars aad the safe drilled open
and rifli of f--J in staoia an-1 cssh.
A number of reamtersd letters
' of-oed and tbeir oxitenta saolea.
to quiet ly
master and h family live over
but the thieves did their work
that no one beard them.
CHiraoo. &pt Sat
tiuntatlona on th bnarl of trade to-dr
era as fo Iowa: Wheat No. - rarptmher.
opened TA?, cloaed -: Ortoeer. opened
e. ciueed .ytjct IV. em ber. opened u
clo-ed wi-aj.-. t 4-u No. - Septemtx-r, openl
lrac. ek 1 lirtoher. opeoel S tac.
cloaed 33c; May. ofol ac. elueed Xac
Vlats No. X &eptcmt-r. opened l-a-. clnal
tA4x trtoier. opened and clnaed lv-; May.
ofatod ;.V rUav-t Port October.
oa-ne.l li.n.. r'oad t'Mr. NuTetn'jer. opeae'l
rloael tJ-tK January. opnd f IV
cl-aei IT'-. Lard Octoaar. openal and
c-oaed X. ll.L
Live stork The I' lion Stock Tarla reports
the f.liowin ranze-f tire: Hoes Market
opened active, with pnees ancliaagei: tirht
ltraiat. t i J' tl rpMuh parking. i
tT mi let iota, f-!..'aj .3: heavy packinz
and abippmz b'ta tr ..Til.M tattle Market
araady: beevea. JH-'H ": row a. lt ..l;
atorkers and ftalera, ..3A,X Teian ate-re.
fiVil-aL Sh-p-Mrk-t steady; mutton.
- Si", wetera range sheep, (XjiHaVUS;
lambs. f-iV-. ).
tTnOoce: i'ott r-r ancy t-Ut n creamery.
itZje per I he fine dairy. lxAie-; parking stork.
ShVc. t;-e.trictiy freah. Mila-tc pre
'i-z. Poultry-Lire h-nv Pj per 10; rooa-
lers. V; tarkeya. ducka sc. Polatoee
aax; fl.du per bbi. Appiea-Jt.Jil.jo per boa.
Nl Tom. Sept.
Wheat -No. - rvd. ee-Ci-: No. r red
artnter Spptembar, Maa- do October. NV:
do Draerabrr. Kr. Corn No. S mixed cnao.
ena,- do September. eJSc: do Octobar. Aae.
do November. tlata Dull; No. r
mii.-d raeh. gfj, r- do October. StB;
do Norrraher. yi- i do December. "'- Kys
UulL Barter Jomi sal Pore Imil; me
IliiailiTi for inspected. Lard-Vraiet: Oc
tober. !., St-plember, Ai0; liecember.
Live Sto. k: Cattle Market fairly active
and firm; rt-mmon to atnctiy prime steers,
,!&.-. ! f Fu tt: Texas and Cohrado
Ita $-i ..A'xV. Sheop and Lambs A trifle
wti )i p. $ JttXK lamhe. Xa-'OsvTJA.
Hog Stcavly; live how 4.SuJj3.
llay rplasd prairie. $ .
nay nowuij caw j.-").
Uy Wild, Is.tavi-M .
Oata New. ICiceJlc; Old, X-c
Onsl !aaf lis: Sa.il te nr
Cord Woo Oak. $4.. Hickory. a
SI 00 Eeward 100-
The readers of the Daily Arucs will
be pleased to learn that there is at lea.H
one dreaded disrate that science bu
been able cure in all its stages, and that
U catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the
only positive cure now known to tbe
medical fraternity. Catarrh being i
constitutional disease, requires a consti
tutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure
is taken internally, acting directly upon
the blood and mucus surfaces of tbe sts
tern, thereby destroying the foundation
of the diea.e, and giving tbe patient
strength, by building up the constitution
and assisting nature in doing its work
Tbe proprietors bare so much faith in iu
curatire powers, tht they offer one bun
dred dollars for any case that it fails to
cure, ivnd for list or testimonials. Ad
dres. F. J. Chkset & Co, Toledo, 0.
Sold by drnggiat. T-'ic
StTBF ItLlxoia. I
Kocklalaod i onnty 8
In the Circuit lort, Inrtaorery.
Cornelioa H. Smith va. the Unknown Heirs of
Mann Fitch. de.-red.
Notice if hereby giren that bv virtue of a de
cree of aaid con rt. en tr red in the above en'itled
canse. on the lid di of September. A. D. I
Lse.all.on Satamsy. th l.th dav of Octoher. A. p.
4 iuc amr ti c uimcft in idc aiiemoon,
si the north doorof the eoart Bona, in the city
nf Kork I -land, in raid count? of Kuck 1-land. to
aatiafy raid decree, eell at public vendue, to th
hiehert bidder, that rertaia parcel of land, ait
sate ia tbe roonty of Rock Island and state of
ri'iDOia. known snd dearnhed as follows, to-wit;
Tbe northwest qnsrter of the northwest quarter
of aection three 3 IB town a hip elrtrtn ilAl
north, tn raiure one ill weat of the Vonrth Princi
ml Meridian, in the county of Kock Iniand snd
state of ll lnoia.
Terma: Oce-hslf in rsab; the balsace on a
credit of twelve months, the porrhiaer givin; his
not at 3 per cent interest, secured by mortgage
on tbe premiacs mid.
Dated at Rock Inland. Plirmi. thii ttth day of
September. A . !.. 1. H EN RT tT KT IS.
Masterla Chancery. Rock Iaiand Co.. 111.
Adaib pLSasaxre, Compl's Nil tr w jw
OTICX TO CONTRACTORS.
Mealed propoasla will be received st the office
of tbe City Clerk st Kock 1-Uod, 111., unt.l
o'clock P. h. Octoher 17th. 1, for the digng
snd laving of a tile sewer, coanneacinr at the
Wt end of the alley next sooth of Mecond avenae
from Sirteenta to iaeventeeoth atrveta, thence
Sooth atone ald Seventeanlh street to Fourth
arena, aad there to connect with the city's main
JpeciirtJona and profile can be seea at tbe
dty Clark's office
The work is to be paid for from tbe special as
sessments and the contractor shall bare ao claim
or lien apon the city of Kock laland ia any event
except rrom tne coiiectione or tne special
stents Biade for the work contracted for.
Tbe city reeerree the right to reject aay and all
bid. By order of Onramiitee.
KUBSKT KitKHLFR. city Clerk.
Kock inland. 111., feeplttth, ism.
Now to business;
No more fun.
Now 'a the time
To change jonr tile,
Erery one should
Hare a KNOX Autumn style.
Lloyd & Stewart,
OLK AG EST KHOX BATS,
Rock Island, HI. .
IN MANY ARTICLES OF
CHANGE WITH THE SEASONS.
trade than at
IS THE BEST,
and if you are wise you will buy no other. There ia nothing
good in any other make but has been stolen from it.
Hardwood Finish and Bronze Trimmings, honest
goods in every way.
tS0LD ONLY BY
JOHN T. NOFTSKER.
1605 Second Avenue.
50 dozen Ladies' and Misses fine Cassimere Gloves
A.t 20 Cents.
These gloves would be a bargain at 40 cents.
Ladies' and Gent's Street and Driving Gloees in tbe latest fail style aai
Sign of the Red Gtoye, west of Market Sqaare.
Proprietor ot the Old and well-known
Cor. Third avenue and Eighth street,
Has opened with aa entire stock of
Groceries, Dry Goods, Flour, Feed, Etc.
CaTPresh Farm Produce always on band
ilr. Smart dvsirrs a renewal or his old trade and will try sad crt patroea price sad trvataeat
ss of lure.
has changed hands,
-"W. 0". GAMBLE,-
who for many yesra was the efflcwot rtpertntrndrst of th Molinr A Rork I-ian.1 r-v:
wy. lot aoo aaa oern iB-irooctiiy reDorairj scd rrraraiatx-J Lhrvboit aaj a ! 9
raa rlncUy Siia.-a. $prial rais to city tKardara.
Corner Fourth aTenue and Twenty-third street. Rock Island.
No. 119 Seventeenth Street, Rock Island.
CSTCleaning and repairing done neatly and cheaply.
A. J. SMITH & SON,
1 - C
a.-v.-vii-mv I I
i ! H"'
No. 1623 Second Avenue.
having been teemed '
COMPLETE IN ALL
For Catalogues Address
T. C. DUNCAN,
Tiles and Grates.
Call, Compare 8tock and
A. ! SUITH & SOD,
195 aad 13? West TVird Street,
Opp. M asonk Tent pie,