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TrlE BOCK ISLAND ARGUS. SATUHDAY, SEPTEMBER 20. 1890.
LET THE IM RING.
the Greatest Event in Our
Local history .
THE HEXXEPIS CA SAL TO BE BUILT.
A Grand Demonstration In Which
all Will Join To night.
THIS MORNING'S CITIZENS' MEETING
The Programme as Laid Out for the
LET ALL UNITE IX THE JUBILEE.
The announcement in last night's Ak
gus of the president's approval of the
river and harbor bill waB the occasion for
general rejoicing all ovur the city. The
hoisting of the flag from the staff on the
Arous building immediately on receipt of
the good news was followed by the ele
vation of the natiotal colors to the mast
head on the Harper house and other
buildings. Tbe long looked for tidings ot
joy could scarcely lie realized by the peo
ple as from mouth to mouth the an
nouncemcut fled. It seemed too good
to be true. And ah the real meaning of
the news began to le comprehended and
the fact that Hennepin was actually as
sured became known, the pent-up en
thusiasm broke forth in expressions of de
light that were almost hilarious. "Let's
celebrate" was the common sentirrent.
which led to a meeting of the Rock Isl
and Citizens' Improvement association at
the rooms in Harper's theatre building at
10 o'clock this morning. The rooms
were filled with representative citizens
when President Jaokson called the ineet
ing lo order. The object of the assem
blage of citizens, tie said, was known to
all present. It was simply to devise
a manner of giving expression to our
joy and enthusiasm over tbe good
news concerning t je Hennepin. It has
been suggested tht.t there be a demonstra
sion tonight while on the other hand
there were some who favored supple
menting the river carnival next Tuesday
evening with 9on:etbing appropriate on
the part of Rock Inland. Tbe chairman
stated that he desired suggestions from
those present, aM called upon Capt. T.
J. Robinson as the original Hennepin
cnal advocate of this community,
for remarks. Tl:c captain respond
ed, stating that tbe occasion was
one which crowded upon his mind
so many things that he hardly knew
what to say. He had been in the
councils of the friends of this measure
for thirty years. He spoke with much
feeling of how te had learned to labor
and to wait, and that all things came to
im who waits. On such an occasion as
this, when all were in a spirit of rejoic
ing, the captiin said he could
not help but think that of all who
first met with him to discuss and
urt;e this great project, not one was now
ft. Maj. Allen, of Geneseo, Ben Ste
phens, of Bureau, and others whom he
might name, we all gone, and he ex
pected to follow tbem before tbe comple
tion of the great work which had only
ust been entered upon. We will not all
ive to see tbe completion of this work.
kid tbe captain, but it is the future we
Are looking to; it. is the welfare of those
who are to follow us that we are looking
after. This met lint; had been called to
tender to those who had been efficient and
active onr congratulations and to give ex
pression to our feelings of joy. The oc
casion was one in which Rock Island,
Davenport and Moline should feel mutu-
lly happy. 'Ae should unite in the
grand demonstration which should cele
brate the event
Mr. Truesdal ), Mr. A. C. Dart, C. L.
Walker and John Ohlweiler spoke on tbe
subject of the demonstration and tbe
manner of procedure and it was finally
lelermined to have a committee appoint
ed on an informal celebration tonight and
a committee to confer with Davenport,
Moline and Milan with a view to uniting
n a formal demonstration at a future
day, either In connection with the river
carnival next Tuesday evening or other
The following committees were there
upon appointed by the chair:
On Rrrangen ent9 for tonight's celebra-
ti0,,E D. 9.eeney, A. C. Dart. How
ard Wells. W ll R. Johnson, George E.
Bailey. L. V Eckbart.
On conferemM with other cities Uapt.
J. Robinson, Fred Hass, E H. Guyer,
Dr. Truesdale, W. B. Ferguson. Henry
Carse, Ken T. Cable, fcli Mosenfelder,
Robert Wagner, Louis May, Oliver Olsen,
C. F. Lynde, Dr. W. A. faul, U. Lt.
Walker. H. J.Lowrey. Phil Mitchell.
Solicitation of Funds John Ohlweiler,
W. S. Knowlton and C Li. Walker.
On Decorations R. Crampton, J. U
Haas. David Don, Chas. Hansgen, C.J
Long, Louis B ohn, Geo. M. Loosley.
A subscription was taken up among
those present, which was beaded oy
Messrs. B. T. Cable and E. P. Reynolds,
with $20 each, and which amounted in
ihp appreciate to a sum sufficient to de
fray all ex per ses before the meeting ad
The various committees entered upon
their duties at. once, and at 1 ociock tne
committee on arrangements for tonight's
jubilee, had prepared the following pro
THE ORDER OF TONIGHT.
The grand procession under charge of
fantftin J. M. Beardsley, chief marshal,
and Mai. L. M. Buford. adjutant.
form at Spercer square at 8 o'clock sharp
right of column on Twentieth street
the fololwing order:
Chief marahal and alda.
Platoon of police.
T J Kobinto'n. the only enrvlvlDR member of
the original H. nneptn canal commiaMor,
William McConochle, mayor, and William Jack
. nitir.fnM' lniDrovement aaao-
cl atlonnd" a - Mayoni K . P. Reynold and B.nr,
Civic oigaui nations.
BirtbTa band . &
Volunteer ot ionizations.
Floata with tireworka .
THE LINK OF MARCH.
Vrnm R-nnd avenue south to Third
avenue-, thence west to Tenth street,
north to Second avenue and east to Eighs
teenth street and thence north to First
Then will follow a bonfire and a grand
pyrotechinic display. It is not proposed
now to have any apeechmaking the
idea of those in charge being to haye a
a grand jubilee in which all may joln.and
which cannot be made too noisy. The
committee directs that all who can join
in the procession do to, and bring what
ever they can that will make a racket
Boys may Becure tin horns at any of the
tin, hardware or stove stores, and are ex
pected to get all the sound out of tbem
that they can.
Already business houses are beginning
to decorate and to prepare for the illum
ination tonight. Let all contribute to
this part of the celebration, as well as to
the procession and general jubilee.
SIGNAL TO START.
When the waterworks whistle is heard
tonight all the other whistles in the city
will be supposed to take up their cries
from that and blow hard and long until
fully exhausted. This will not take
place until after the procession starts.
By following this hint there may be some
unity in the movement of sound which
might not be otherwise attained.
GENERAL ORDER NO. 1.
The, following officers will report Cipt.
to J. M. Beardsley in person at Spencer
square at 7:30 p. m. prompt: John Ohl
weiler, captain Company A,bazoo brigade;
Cbas. Bladel, first lieutenant; J. E. Lar
kin. second lieutenant; Cbas. Bloom, cap
tain Company B; Ship Silvia, first lieu
tenant; Henry Schafer, Becond lieuten
ant. Eich oflicer shall wear a sash.
Per order Capt. Beardsley.
L. M. Buford, Adj.
The committee on the tri -city demon
stration decided to meet at tbe Rock Is
land National bank at 4 o'clock this af
ternoon. THE EVANS CASE.
The Concluding: Wltneaaea la the
Trial of the Carbon Cliff Kir Fiend
The Case toe to the Jury.
The afternoon session of court in tbe
Evans trial yesterday was occupied prin
cipally with medical expert testimony as
to the insanity of Evans. To lay the
foundation for the expert evidence John
Silfis, the turnkey at tbe jail, detailed the
conduct of the defendant since bis incar
ceration. At first his conduct was nat
ural, his appetite normal, he slept well
and conversed with his fellow prisoners
in a natural sensible manner, though was
rather reserved. About three weeks ago,
or about the time tbe grand jury met, sud
denly, within a day or two, hi6 whole de
meanor underwent a change; he became
wild, bis eyes staring, he declined to talk,
did not know where he lived or his name,
or his father or mother, and at times
would be violent, and from that time to
this such has been substantially his
Drs. S. C- Plummer, G. G. Craig, G. L
Eyster and Calvin Truesdale were in turn
called by the state aud stated that upon a
personal examination of the defendant,
tbey were of the opinion that the defend
ant was sane. A hypothetical question in
volving what Mr. Sturgeon claimed were
tbe facts in the case was put to each
and they testified that in their opin
ion the defendant was sane and
feigning insanity though admitting
on cross examination that it was pos
sible tbey might be mistaken. To
the hypothetical question formulated by
Mr. McEniry and embodying the facts as
claimed by the defense, all the doctors,
but Dr. Truesdale, said that they would
still consider him sane the latter, how
ever, said that such facts would raise
doubts in bis mind as to bis sanity. Dr.
Craig intimated that one important ele.
ment in determining the question of his
insanity was the apparent fact that tbe
change in his conduct occurred after the
session of the grand jury, and stated that
with a motive to escape punishment it
was natural to expect such a feigned con-
After this medical testimony, the peo
ple called Millard Sullivan, Flemming
Evart, Sr., Lou Gobin, Sharp Silvia, Jr.,
Geo. Holland, Flemming Evart, Jr..
Stephen Miller and Wm. Way, by whom
it was proposed to prove that there was
nothing in tbe conduct of the detendant
heretofore from which an inference of
insanity could be drawn. But as not a
single one of tbem knew the defendant
ntimatelv or saw him. other than only
casually, the evidence fell flat, and was
instituted really to show that there Is a
feeling in tbe community at Carbon Cliff
which desires the removal of Evans from
This morning George W. Qmble, the
circuit clerk, was called to testify as to
tbe conduct of the defendant when he
was arraigned in court to show that the
defendant at that time could talk natur
ally, and that his conduct since has been
The case went to the jury at 12:30 to
Heath of Thomas Mhea.
At noon today Thomas Sbea died at
his home, 2106 Second avenue. His
daughter, Mrs. Micheal Brennan, was
buried last Tuesday, and it in tbeoght
her death hastened his demise. He was,
born in the County Tipperary, Ireland,
over 70 years ago ana nas oeen in wiia
rnnntrv and this citv many years. He
was well known and leaves a widow,
three .daughters and two sons, one of the
latter beine in California. The funeral it
is expected will take place Monday
The Musser came down with sixteen
strings of logs.
Tbe Pilot and Verne Swain came down
and returned up stream.
The stace of the water was 8:40 at
noon; the temperature at the bridge 62.
Tbe F. C. A. Denkmann brought down
eicht strings of logs and went back for
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THE SWEDISH VOTERS.
A Correspondent Tartly Keplies to
Tlsae to Threw off the Brpablleaa
Cellar aua Act ledepeedeetly-The
(Swedish Peeple Will srollew the
Diets' et Their Conscience Re
trardlrna of the Party Lash.
Editor of the Aaucs:
Moline, Sept. 20. Who is this new
teacher of christian ethics, this new lec
turer on political rectitude, that in Thurs
day morning's Union under tbe modest
name of Andrew Anderson essays to
speak for all us poor benighted Swedes
in Moline and to direct us the way we
should go? Surely this man who shows
such solicitude for our acting from only
tbe "purest and noblest motives" and
who resents with such fine scorn tbe das
tardly imputation that any Swede would
in his political action be swayed by such
base a motive as gratitude, must be a
modern Nathaniel a man without guile.
I know no such Andrew Anderson in
Moline. Do you? And then his tender,
loving, devout and truly christian solici
tude lest the horrid innovation of allow
ing gratitude to usurp tbe rightful sway
of prejudice as a political motive may
"set in motion the most unholy influ
ences" and ''the power of christian teach
ings be forever corrupted" thereby. My
dear Editor, doesn't it sound junt too
lovely for anything? Who is ibis gensis
live, loving, loyal son of our Swtdish
mother church? 1 know of no such An
drew Anderson in Moline. A horrid syu
ical friend of mine suggests to me that
just above these touching passages occurs
the phrase: "Tbe duties which we owe to
our country, our God and ourselves," and
suggests further that this phrase smacks
very strongly of some secret society obli
gation. Tbese things perplex me. Have we a
Dr. Jeckyll and Mr. Hyde character here?
My cynical friend suggests that this ring
ing defense of our nationality (where no
defense is needed), this hypersensitive
ness lest the least taint of worldliuess
should attach itself to the &kirts of our
religious teachers and leaders and their
usefu'ness thereby be jeopardized, is
simply tbe hypocritical rant of a political
hack in the pay of a Bet of scheming pol
iticians, seeking thereby to intimidate
true and conscientious men from follow
ing the nobler and higher instincts of
tbtir nature. In short, is only a new and
ingenious way by self constituted and
self seeking political tricksters of apply
ing the party lash to people whom they
have long considered and treated as party
Ii my cynical friend's suggebt ion should
be true, then Mr. Editcr I need not ssk
you who this Andrew Anderson is. Let
me suggest that twenty years ago Mr.
Cable '8 father was nominated for con
gress in this very district. Surely be
was not nominated to catch the
Swede vote or the college vote.
The college was not here then,
and the Swedish vote vas inconsiderable.
Surely the same reasons, intensified
by the stronger local feeling that now
exists here, that induced the nomination
of the elder Mr. Cable, may well, and
probably did induce the nomination ot
Mr. Ben Cable.
Americans whether democrats or re-,
publicans have bad the good feeling
and taste to keep all nationality mention,
and more particularly our nationality and
its teachers and leaders, out of the public
discussions in their campaigns. This
infamy is reserved to one who calls him
self a countryman of ours, and to make
bis action all the more odious, he steals
the very livery of heaven to .serve the
devil in. Shame I Why should not any
Swede vote for Mr. Cable if he chooses?
And if we, or any of us so choose, what
right have these self-constituted bosses
under tbe flimsy disguise of a so-called
defense to covertly attack any of us for
exercising our rights as free American
citizens of voting and working for whom
soever we please? Have we so long and
uncomplainingly borne with these fel
lows that they imagine they own us. If
so, it is time that they be given to un
derstand that neither here nor in the
land of our birth, have we been, nor will
be, the slaves of any man ot coterie of
Tin horn at Dsvid Don's.
Go and see the "Hennepin" hat at
Lloyd & Stewart's.
Mrs. P. Grady has returned from her
visit to Chicago.
Judge J. M. Dill, of Little Rock, is at
the Rock Island house.
Tbe Rock Island Athletic club enter
tains its friends tonight-
Choice neckwear the very latest style
just in at Lloyd s Stewart s.
Mrs. S. B. Edson and daughter. Miss
Agalba, have returned from the east.
The Rock Island railroad will sell home-
seeker's tickets on Thursday. Sept. 23d.
The "Hennepin" bat is the very latest.
Lloyd & Stewart have a large assortment.
Fit yourself out in the latest style hat
and tbe latest style neckwear at Lloyd &
Buy one of those "Hennepin" hats at
Lloyd & Stewart's and march in tbe p'
rade this evening.
Lost Seal skin pocket cis of surgical
nslrumenta. Reward for their return to
Hurrah for Hennepin, the most impor
tant event to the whole west that has
happened In the last century.
Win. Phillipson, a theatrical mmaeer
of much experience, is at the Harper. He
is an old friend of Manager Montrose.
Rev. B W. Johnson, editor of the
Christian Evangelist, of St. Louu, is in
tbe city, a guest of his daughter, Mrs. T
Ruben Hollister, of Port Byron, had the
small bone of his rntht leg broken by the
collapsing of a bench on tbe fairgrounds
in Coe yesterday.
Don't wait, but telephone right away
to Frank Nadler s drug store for Hennes
pin fire, specially prepared to produce an
intensely brilliant eHoct.
Do not forget to call on Clcm-
ann & Salzmann when you need anything
in the line of furniture and carpets, as
tbey have a full assortment.
Miss Emma Browner was adjudged in
sane by a county court jury yesterday at
ternoon, and an order entered lor her
committment to the Elgin asylum.
The Rev. Dr. Taylor, of the First
Baptist church, has just returned from
Belvidere, III., where he went on Wed
nesday to perform a marriage ceremony
That new . car load of chamber suites
that arrived at Clemann & Salzmaan's a
few days ago, are nearly gone, but tbey
will receive another car load on Monday
Tickets for tbe Industrial Home excur
sion to Peoria, Sunday, Sept. 21, can be
had at Heimbeck's drug store, the Bijou
cigar store, Lloyd & Stewart s bst store,
Aid. Evans barber shop or at the R. I
P. ticket office.
Mr. George Dyson, of Rushville, and
chairman of the democratic centra com
mittee of Schuyler county, was in the
city today. Mr. Dyson is one of the
young, wideawake and progressive dem
pcrais ox the Eleventh district.
Miss Brsinsrd. representative of the
Woman's Baptist Home Mission society
of tbe west, will deliver an address upon
her missions in the Baptist church tomor
row at 8 p.m. A cordial invitation giv
en to all.
The Rock Island railroad will sell round
trip tickets to the Davenport fair for
twenty-five cents on the 23d, 24th and
25th lost. There will be special trains
leaving the Rock Island depot at 10:10.
1 :10, and 1 :10. returning shortly after o
'clock. The advantage in purchasing
tbese tickets will be readily seen.
Mr. C. C. Mclntire and wife have just
returned from a month's tour to the
larger cities. While away Mr. Mclntire
purchased a magnificent line of dress
goods of the very latest styles. Mr. W.
B. Mclntire, who has had charge of the
store during the absence of his brother
left last evening for a four days' trip to
According to today's Chicago Neat,
some new evidence has been uneorthed in
tbe affairs of tbe Modern Woodmen
which places Head Consul Root in a
more unhappy predicament than any
thing that has yet transpired. If the
charges are true more ficticious death
claims have been discovered as the out
growth of the session of a committee on
investigation in Chicago.
The Farmers" Alliance meeting at Coe
yesterday was not as well attended as it
ould have been had it not unfortunately
been held on the same day that Barnum's
great attraction was in Rock Island. and
many country folks came in town
to see tbe show. Hon . Jesse Harper, of
Danville, made an oration of two hours in
leneth devoted mainly to tbe interests of
the farmers, and he took occasion to score
both the great parties severely.
The production of "Nero, and the
Destruction of Rome," in connection
ilh Barnum & Bailey's great shows. was
more brilliant and magnificent under the
elitter of electric lights last night than it
was at tbe afternoon entertainment. Tbe
entire performance, ia fact, from begins
ning to end. was the most elaborate and
ignined that has ever been g v. n in
Rock Island under ih; direction of Bar
num or any other showman.
Col. T. G. Baylor, formerly command
ant at Rock Island arsenal, but later
commandant at Frankfort arsccal, near
Philadelphia, and senior colonel of tbe
ordnance department, died on Tuesday
nieht at his residence on thfa arsenal
grounds after a locg illness, aged about
fifty-eeven years. Col. Baylor was a
ative of Virginia. He served in the
civil war, and was brevetted sevi ral times
fur gallant and meritorious conduct. A
widow and two children survive him.
Go to Hoi brook's, Davenport, for car
pets and silk curtains.
Parlor suites and fancy chairs of every
description at Hoi brook's, Davecport.
A handsome line of book cses and
abinets just recsived at HolbrooVs, Dav
Get your honbonnier boxes filled at
Kreil & Math's. They have ail he latest
An elegant assortment of dining tables.
chairs and hat rcks at Holbrook's, Dav
enport. Step in and see the nice fresh line of
candies just received at Erell & Math's.
These cool even ines are just the times to
ppreciate a good dish of ice cream, and
Krell & Math always have it.
The Crown dining ball. No. 1708 Sec
ond avenue, is now ready to furnish you
the best meal in the city for 25 cents. A.
Mclntire Bros, have a new and reliable
kid glove cleaner; cleans perfectly and
leaves no odor.
Concert and dancing every Saturday
evening, with good music at Joseph Hu
ber's garden on Moline avenue. Every
other day in tbe week except Saturday
the garden is to let.
$50,000 to loan on real estate security.
in sums of $200 and upward, at lowest
current rates of interest, without com
mission, E. W. Hurst. Altornev at
aw, Rock Island.
E. E. Parmenter. attorney ai law.
Makes collections, loans nionev and will
ttend to any Jegal business intrusted to
im. Office, postoffice block. Rock Isl
and. Ills. dsAwlv
How is it that Krell & Math are supply
ing all the largest and finest receptions
and parties in Davenport, Rock Island
an t Moline with their ice creams and
ices? The question is easily solved.
They make tbe best and purest and have
the largest assortment of fine flavors to
Hood's Sarsaparilla has a steadly in
creasing popularity, which can only he
won by an article of real merit. Give it
Call and see the hand-carved bed room
suites at Holbrook's, Davenport.
No. 1610, 1H12 and 1614, Third Are.,
la the rheapet place In the county to bny Car
riage, BukUiee, Paintn, Oils, etc.
im sr or
$200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worii from
three to five times the amoant
of the loan.
Interest 7 per cent semi annually, collected and
remiuea rree or cnarg.
E. W. HURST,
Attorney at Law
Boom and 4 Kaaonlc Temple,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Top Bnircies. 57
0H-n BuKKiea 441
Saturday, Aug. 30,1
Lloyd & Stewart,
NEW GOODS ARE ARRIVING-.
This cool weather reminds one that
warmer wraps are needed. Stockinet
jackets, fall weights, are about the
proper thing. We show an excellent
variety. Prices begin at $3.85 for a
really good jacket. Our prices range
from $3.85 to $10.50-
We show more new dress goods.
Have just received beautiful new
Parisian robes and special line of
Black Serges. New Sicilians beginning
at 50c a yard, stripes, plaids and other
Rock Island. Illinois.
Furniture and Carpet Dealers
Have the largest establishment West of Chicago.
DONT FORGET THE PLACE.
CLEW. & SALZMANN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nos. 124, 123 and 128 Sixteenth Street,
INCORPORATED TJXDER TUX THE STATE LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND, TT.T.r
Open dally from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m., and Sstnrday ercntsgc from 7 to 8 o'clock,
rive per cent interest paid on Deposits. Money loaned on Personal, Col-
s?5r lateral, or Real
P. REYNOLDS, Pres.
C. DENKMANN, Vice-Pree.
P. L. Mitchell, E P. Reynoldp, F. C. Denkmann. John Crnbanjrh. C.
1. 1. Reimera, L. Simon, K. W. Hnrrt, 1. M. Bnford.
Jacksoh A Hraer, Solicitors.
IWWill beinn hnnlne Jaly 8, 1890, and will occupy banking room with Mitchell A Lynde
nntil new bank ia completed.
A very complete assortment of full sets to choose from, ranging in price
t5" from $9 Ot) up. Open stock patterns
'S3. a'8- from which you cao. make up your
I (gSKgg !
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS
AND WINDOW SHADES,
At prices, which like quality, we defy competion.
We thank yon aincerely for your paat farora, and here pledge yoo oar bet, effort la the
future. Onr dealing thill be characterized by promptneja and the Ulctct integrity to
oar mntnal intereete.
KANN & HUCKSTAEDT,
No. 1SU and 1S13 Second avenue.
BOOTS and SHOES.
THE LARGEST AND BEST STOCK
At the Lowest prices in tne three cities.
PATENT LEATHER SHOES ;
For Ladies and Gentlemen.
tS?Tanned Goods in all colors.
An Encyclopedia valued at f 8-00 Riven away to each customer baying $25.00
worth of Boots and Shoes Call in and let as show jou the book and
explain how you can get it free.
GEO. SCHNEIDER, Jr.,
CENTRAL SHOE STORE, 1818 Second Avenue.
ELM STREET 8HOS 8TORE1
199 Vlfth Avenue
We have big values in unlaundered
PERFECTION 50 Cents-
SILVER 75 Cents.
Please "examine these shirts'
Great values, all "of them-
J. M. BCFOK3, 9-.fHr.
in blue and brown, excellent ware.
lists at prices which will eurptiee
In every variety, and at reasonable prices. The
best assortment of table tumblers an goblets ever
Plenty of them at ten cents
G. M. LOOSLEY,
China and Glaasware. 1609 Second Ave.
G. O. HUCKSTAEDT
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