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THJS AJKGU8. MONDAY, APBIL 1 3, 1801.
Special bargains at Maj's. '
Mij'i grocery will tare you mosey,
line a sale continued at McCabe Bros.
H. 8. Ruby is home on a visit to hi
Tie street sprinkler made iu Cnt ap
It will pT yon to call al May's for bar
Cins this week.
lira. II. 6. Frazier. of Indiasapolis. U
iailing ia tbe city.
Headquarters for this part of the earth
U at the London.
Fred Hui ku returned from hii fifing
trip to Mineea polls.
Frank Garnett. of Coe, wu in the city
om business Saturday.
Garden ud lawn rakes jut placed oa
tale at McCabe Broa.
Will Gray, of Chicago, tpeat Sunday
at his home in this city.
Mrs. Mary Garry left thia morning for
a few daya rUit in Chicago
Dell Wflaams, of Cambridge, wis in
the city Saturday oa business.
A grand d'jp!ay ; an immense stock and
jaat what yoa want at the London.
Ilia only a question of a abort time
when CTerybody will trade at the London
Another case of those shirting pnata
at 2e a yard thia week at McCabe Broa'.
lira. George Lambert ia lying danger
ously ill in Chicago with spinal luetic
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Oshoro, of Chi
cago, are Tisiting Col and V!r. II. Cor
The Rockford Construction company
resumed paving on Twentieth street thia
A change for the worse Las taken place
in Dr. Thomas Gall's condition today
and late thia afternoon he was reported
Lost, a watch without chain. Reward
will be paid by rtturnirg to owner, O.
The Standard club of the ,Tricities.
giTe their last ball of the season at Turner
ball this evening.
Spring plaid dress goods reduced this
week from 50c to 38c per yard at McCabe
Bros. Choicest desijes.
Pare wool. 0 inch wide, mohair dress
goods, leading colors. 23: per yard this
eek at McCabe Bros. Quick:
Mrs. Daniel Scully, who has been vi&i:
ingin Washington. D. C, the past few
months is expected home tomorrow.
Dr. Sherman Taylor, who has been visit
ing friends ia this city the past two
weeks, returned to Chicago this morning.
The Ladies' Aid society of the Broad
way church will have a sociable at the
church parlors the last Thursday in April
Two story house, full lot. for sale cn
, Twenty-third street between F.fth acd
Sixth avenue, by J. E. Reidy, real estate
Supervisor-elect Martin Schoonmakt-r,
of Reynolds, was in the city today to at
tend the election at the Rock Island Sav
It is reliably reported that the Elm
atreet and Blue lines wi.l be running with
electricity as a motive power before the
end of the week.
For two days only. Pure silk gro
grain ribbons at McCabe Bros', as follows:
No. 7 at K No. 9 at 8c No. 12 at 10c
per yard on Monday and Tuesday. j
Mta. W. H. Brown, who has been vis
iting with her brother, W. S. Knowlton.
for two weeks, returned this morning to
her home in Washington, D. C.
Lost From Twentieth to Twenty first
street. Third to Fourth avenue or on
street car, a black eieenwool fascinator.
Finder please return to Mrs. Woline,
2013 Fifth avenue, or Aeocs office.
W. P. Quajle, of The AEGCs.Siturday
received the grievous intelligence of the
death of his mother at Cleveland, Ohio,
and he left for the east that night on the
sorrowful mission of attending her fun
Mrs. George Kingsbury fell from a cart
after a return from a drive with her hus
band yesterday afternoon and sustained
asevere shock, though happily no seri
Henry Lembarg has let the contract to
Nicholas Juhl for a fine twomry house
on his lot at 818 Seventeenth street, and
adjoining his present residence. Work
will be commenced this week.
The articles of agreement between
Comstock, the champion of Michigan,
and Farmer Burns, of Iowa, for the
wrestling match at Harper's theatre next
, Friday flight have been signed. There
will also be athletic features to which the
best athletes in the three cities will contribute.
The ministerial association, at their
meeting this morning, appointed a com
mute to arrange, if possible, a joint con
ference with business men and clerks
concerning Sunday closing movement,
date and place to be hereafter announced.
The committee is composed of Reva. C.
E. Taj lor and J. II. Kerr.
. At the annual election for directors of
the Rock Island Savings' bank held this
morning, the following persons were
elected directors for the ensuing year: E.
P. Reynolds, P. L. Mitchell, F. C. Denk
man. Phil Mitchell. E. W. Hurst, John
Crubaugh, H. P. Hull, 8. Simon and J.
M. Buford. The new directors will meet
to elect officers as soon as the bank gets
Into its new quarters in about 10 days.
The Union of yesterday indulge i ia-
atother of its malicious Cioga at Ojo
gressman Cable, ia l' attempt to (over
cp its former eSona to belittle Mr.C wle's
public spirit. If the Uaisa were cajiable
of inflating either, it might be said that
iwftaad of manfully acknowledging the
generosity aad public spirit of Mr. Cable,
it had dived deeper into the mire and
added insult to injury. The Unioa a!-,
ways was a poor excuse at expressing
public sentiment and it has not improved
A replevin case brought by Chris Ltve
to recover a horse from William Me Caw.
was beard ia Justice Hawes court on
Saturday before a jury compote 1 of
Thomas Thornton. John Hanton, Ilico-
ard Colmere, James Blaisdell, Ferdiaand
Davis and R- C. Cool. The case grew
out ot a horse trade in which McCa ob
tained possession of a horse and Lave
claimed he had not traded. After hear
ing the evidence the jury returned a ver
dict for the plaintiS. and the horse was
returned to Lave. Sear'.sJc Searle ap
peared for the plaint:2 aad Maj . B ar.is
ley for the defendant.
W.J. Young, cf Clinton. Iowa the
lumber manufacturer, accompanied by
Mr. Anderson, a contractor and builder,
of that city, are in the city today. Mr.
Young has purchased a large and ele
gant residetc on the prominent str?t of
Clinton, which is to be fitted up for ike
use their Y. M. C. A., and in the f r.ure
there is to be ereted a lv2e and per 'ectiy
adapted buiiiiag for the work or the
same site. The visit of Mr. Youii was
to inspect the new Y. M. C. A. building,
which is known throughout the co mtry
as one of the best adapted baild;n2s - tt
erected, with a view of copying its main
features for their use.
Mar Trrta Jarar.
tne ioiiowing panels or jettit jurors
have been drawn to serve at the Ma; term
of the circuit court:
Andalusia Cttus Kennedy, The dore
Bowling Charles Ciampton. W. A.
Canoe Creek Alfred Ashdowo .
Cordova Hiram Marry.
Iirsry Ea Gtmble.
Edgmgton W. Robinson, Ben Srret.
Hampton Wilson Adams, Henry Dea
Moline Albin Gustus, Henry DeEes,
Henry Umiand, G. T. Fristo. Olof Han
son, Ike Freek, H. Lawson, John Ccilics,
Henry Krouse, S T. Crompton.
Port Byron L. II. Tren A. W.
Rocklsi&cd Lewis Johnson, F E.
Robbins, Frank 111. Jr.. Hu;:b. Ral itoa,
C. J. Long. W. H. Lidders, C W H&rs
ton, G, M. LoesieT.
South Moline W. L. Britton.
South Rock Itl and J. C. Young.
Zuma Charles Osborn.
Cordova Jodson Smith.
Cce John Fife, John Moc-dy, F. h.
Zama Henry Schafer
Hampton Thomas F. PaHison.
Moline A. R. Bryant. G. A. Hay
berrv, J. A Johrson. Uenry Yeniecl, S
R. Hatfield. David M. Pringle.
South Moline James Parks, Gr-crge
McLea. Henry Adamson.
Kock Island D. Einfeldt, Elman Mur
phy, John Corken. M. Erbst. Ed vtrd
Hein, Henry B. Keys. W. S. Knoaltcn,
John Biockhnser. Jr., Peter Schlesmer.
Edward HoSman, A. C. Dart, R ttert
Black Hawk W. R Brown, William
Coal Valley John Cora. Gjjree
Evener, Maxwell Lyons.
Rural P. W. Sawyer.
Bawling J. 7. Badhazn.
Edgington Dayid Bopes.
Drury J. M. Carlisle.
Matthew Bachman was fined $3 atd
costs in Magistrate Wivill'a court on
Saturday as a result of the Bachtaan
Kerr cases, mention of which was ciade
It is understood that one of the night
omcers wlo fell such an easy victim to
Officer Sexton's innocent April fool joke
became so deeply aggrieved that he has
not gotten over It yet, and vows he will
bring the matter before the counci for
William Collins and Pesrie Collins put
in yesterday recklessly driving aoout
town. They landed on Second av:nue
In an irresponsible condition last eveaing
and were tenderly gathered in by the
city s guardian angels. This morning
Magistrate WiTill fined Collins f 10 and
costs and his companion $3 and cosLi.
A few boarders wanted at 806 Nine
Ice cream always on hand at Kreli &
Math's. Remember and try a dish.
Sure cure for dyspepsia, chewing gum.
All the best brands at Krell & Math's
Dwelling for sale cheap, corner of Fif-
leenm avenne ana inirty-crst street, one
block from Elm street cars. Enquir : on
Jo April fool joke but a fact, 'hat
the Crown dining room setves a In t'.er
meal for 25 cents than any other place
in the city.
. Ah bah! The latest; we have them.
mint glacea. They consist of extra fine
cream and flavored strongly of a int.
Krell & Math always have tne latest for
J. J. Lerch, the well known painter,
paper hanger, grainer. kalaominer, tc,
is prepared to do all kinds of work in bis
line in first clafl3 manner. Shop So.
309 Eighteenth street.
Good satnre and good sense must ver
join. To suffer is human, to get veil
is sublime. Bat if the trouble is neu tal
gia the only cure is Salvation Oil.
OLD WOULD FACTS.
Not Quite So Rapid
DAY OF GRACE LIFT TOE U5CLE SAM,
Possibility er Trath in the w That
. Ha-abert IT If. Sever Diplomatic Kola
tfcm A lOO-Tear-Old Briti.h Admiral
Wi Bad a Band ia the Chesapeake
fihaaaaa Fight Lieely Tim ia Ire
laad Paraeli. GUdateae, aad the tty
aamitard Forei-e Kew Iteame.
Rome, April 13. The newspapers hers
ara inclined to credit the report that Italy
Is preparing to make another aggrrive
more in the cae of the New Orleans mas
sacre. They ay, however, that iw United !
States is to be given until to-morrow to
make a satisfactory reply to Itaty'e de-1
mauds befor Minister Porter will be
given his passport. Everybody is oa the
quivive for the next act ia the drama.
Crispi has openly stated that the Rudini
cabinet dare net maVe a serioaa demand
for redress upon the United States and
that the Italian pecpie hare been held up
to ridicule by the vacillation cf the minis
try. The A-oerieaa Editor' Work.
The statement that American utter
ances have had an it Sue nee in provoking
hostile feeling is conrmel. Ia addition
to the press dUpatches the consul general
at New York has kept his government
fully informed of the editorial expres
sions of the press of that city. These are
considered extremely obecxious ia their
tone of contempt for Italy's strength, both
naval and ri.:li:arr. The clerical, or Vat
ican faction are alleged to have circu
lated widely woo.l ccts cf the American
caricatures which have given the Italian!
to much umbrage, as showing American
hatred and contempt for the Quir.naU
Ia a Harry t Get Away.
Lokiwn", April 13 The complication
with America is having a decided effect
upon the Italian people of the lower
classes. They seem to anticipate that the
gates of the American paradise are about
to be shut on Italians, and there is a rush
to get in before they close. The ports are
tnrong-ed with intending emigrants, and
families, from patriarch to the babe, can
te seen trudging along the highways that
lead to the points of departure. The au
thorities are making effort to discourage
emigration, bat without effect.
A NOTED BRITISH ADMIRAL.
One Hundred Years Old aad VVa in tbe
Che-speake-Shaaaoa I iht.
London; April 13. Saturday e-ir Provo
William Tarry Wallis, admiral of the
British fieet, completed his lOkXh year. In
America the event ought to revive melan
choly, yet heroic memories, for Wallis,
then a second lieutenant, escorted the
captured Chesapeake to Halifax after
Brooke, his superior ia command of the
Shannon, had fainted from tiie loss of
bSood caused by bis wound. Admiral
Wallis is livin? at Funticgton house, Chi
chester. He has possession of all fcis fac
ulties, and thouja showing the signs of
his great age. he is every inch an admiral.
Won I1 Ue an Interacting Relic.
Congratulations piured ia npoa him
from every part of the kingdom, and so
far as regard for his health would permit,
it was a gala day at Fuctiugtoa house.
Admiral Wallis exceeds by several years
any surviving cfScer of the nary. The
then next eldest Capt. Peter Belcher
died a few weeks ago at the aga cf 93
years. The centennial birthday of Ad
miral Wallis ad-is interest ta the naval
exhibition to be opened in about two
weeks, it is hardly expected that the
veteran can be present. If he could be,
he would be the most interesting relic of
GLADSTONE AND THE DYNAMITERS.
Sometbin-; Farther as to the Charges
Made by ParnelL
LONDON, April 13. Apropos of the
statement mada by Parnell that dyna
miters from America were received by
Gladstone at Hawarden in lSVi, Balfour
has caused the publication of the state
ment that in July of that year Gladstone
told Balfour he had authentic informa
tion, not fr -n Parnell. that there was a
power behind Parnell which must be con
ciliated or a campaign of violence and
outrage would be set on foot.
Come Iown or Be Hlowa I" p.
Balfour said: u e are to hiown up or
stabbed if we do not grant home rule by
the end of the next session." Gladstone
replied: "I understand the time is shortet
than that." Gladstone does not deny the
accuracy of this report, and it is now al
leged that P.trnell knew of the occurrence
at the time and determined to press it
LADY D'JNLO AND HER LORD.
Devotion of the Variety Girl Who
ried a BritUh Aristocrat.
LONDON, April 13. The devotion shown
by Lady Dunlo to her husband, ia sup
porting that uniortunate individual since
he was discarded by his father, the earlot
Clancarty, hus caused a feeling in her
favor even among the higher circles of
English society, which has persistently
frowned both upon the erratic young lord
and his wife. It is said that Clancarty is
endeavoring to atarve the couple Into a
Kefaaea to Let Him Be a Freak.
Lady Dunlo has so far kept the house
hold together. Lord Dunlo loves his wife.
but can earn nothing toward their liv
ing. He has received offers to exhibit
himself in various capacities in music
balls and cheap shows, but his wife would
not permit him to accept them. There is
falk of a theatrical performance for her
Left Hi Money to Pay Debts,
London, April 13. Ths ate Thomas
Charles Baring has left tbe bulk of his
fortune at the absolute disposal of the
Earing company until toat company re
covers from us present difficulties.
HAD AN ELEGANT SHINDY.
A Political Meeting in Ireland Where
the Klck thorn Did tbe Talking:.
DrEUN, April 13. Theand-Parnellites,
Tanner and Deasy, tried to deliver an ad
dress yesterday at ilacroom. Their voices
were drowned by the booting and cheer
ing of the two factions. Hooting and
cheering was soon followed by black
thorns, and the encounter was of a bloody
and determined character. Charge fol
lowed charge, tbe Parnellites having the
advantage for a time, and then being re-
poised only to renew the combat mors
rigorous!-. Siveral of the wounded lay
for some time, and were trampled upon
by the contending force. The combat
ants at length re-ted from exhaustion.
Many of the injure! are in a serious coo-
ditioo. But little of what the
The Britih Labor CemmUiion.
LOSDOX. April !3L The government hat
annnouecd its labor commission and the
comments are varied. Marquis of Eart
lngton is the chairman and there are a
number some s&y an andue proportion
of capitalists on the commission. To even
things up Tom Mann, the labor agitator,
is named ith one or two other Iabot
leaders. John Burns is outspoken against
the make-cp of the commission. ' Ue
wanted Davitt on it. and also a represent
ative of the workinz women. Tha Irish
member is Austin, secretary of the IrUb
Democratic Labor Federation. Davitt
seems to be very well satisfied. Outside
opinion is that the commission is a good
one on the whole.
Tf bat the Kilter Expect of Hit Navy.
BEEUX, April IA In bis speech at the
Mar in? academy at Kiel the kaiser ai
that the cavy would exercise the chief
offensive part in this next war.and should
endeavor to annihilate the enemy by a
grand coup, its duties in this respect re
sembUng those of cavalry ashore. The
next naval manoeuvres, he said, should be
conducted on the strategetic principles oi
the English system, which alone resem
bled w arfare.
sacrificed ThentM-lve far the Prietts.
LcNDO.v, April IS. At the trial at Dub
lin yesterday of the Parnellites who were
charged witu having disturbed a MeCar
thyite meeting, three priests, who were
anions the large number of persons ar
rested at Carriefc-OD-ishannon fer refusing
to appear as c rc-wn witnise, were com
pelled to go ca the wines-iaud. Two
of the pri-otrs affirmed their innocence
tut pleaded guilty ia order to frets toe
Don't Want to Go for a Soldier.
Losdok. April 13. A remarkable fact
in regard to this year's conscripts for the
German artuv in Silesia is the extraordin
arily large number who are maimed in
hand and foot. This is said to be due to
the growing belief among the peasantry
that a war is imminent. The most com
mon form of maimins is the loss of the
small toe on the left foot.
Ordered to Give the Press No Xcea
London, April 13. A special order has
been ied throughout the German army
that no news tha'.l be given to the press
without tbe consent of the commanding
c2icer. This is owing to the publicity
gives to arrests ia the army in connection
wi'.n the S.cia'.ut propaganda.
Striker Embarrass an Exposition.
LONDON, April 13. The strikes in Prague
have bssume-l such a formidable charac
ter that it is very doattful whether the
building for the Bohemian national exhi
bition will be ready at the appointed time.
Two Mote Conservative Members Dead.
London, April 13' Thomas Kesy Tap
ling. Conservative M. P. for Hartor-
oug!;. aad Lieut. Col. C. J. T. Hambro,
Conservative 3d. P. for Dorset, died Sat
urday. The Republican Lea;ar Convention.
New Yens, April 13. Ail arrange
ments have now bsea completed for the
forthcoming annua.! convention of the
Republican league of the United States.
The convention, which willfje the largest
one ia the history of the league, will be
gin its sessions in the Music hall, Cincin
nati, at noon on April 21. There will be
L0:& delegates r recent. Cincinnati hotels
have nearly all male reduced rates, and
railways reduced fare oa the certificate
plan, ail certificates to be signed by .Sec
retary Humphries, cf the National Repub
lican league. Oa the evening of April SI
a mass meeting will be held at which
speeches will be made by some o! the most
noted speakers ia the party.
Divorce, lllootl. and Remarriage.
Dallas, Tex., April 13 In the case of
W. C. Cash, on trial here for the murder
of E. T; Young, the jury Saturday ren
dered a verdict of acquittal. This case
has caused great interest in the south. It
is alleged that Youn:- had been criminally
intimate with Mrs. Cash. Cash followed
Y'oung through several states, nntil he
overtook him at Dallas. Here Cash shot
Y'ouns oa the streets. In the meantime
Mrs. Cash and her husband had been di
vorced. The divorced wife, however, came
to Dallas during the trial of her husband,
and Saturday evening, after the release oi
Cah from custody, tne former husband
and wile were remarried at a hotel.
Illinois Sends in Her Application.
WASHINGTON CITY, April 13. The ap
plication of the state of Illinois for her
share of the direct tax 374,365 was re
ceived Saturday at the treasury depart
There wera 7SI deaths in Chicago last
week, against 34 for the previous week.
Peul Glenn and William Gibson were
killed Saturday by a falling wall at Cin
The Union National bank of New
Brighton, Penn., capital $53,030, has been
authorized to begin business.
The Chicago League base ball club
started east from Denver Saturday night
to begin the base ball season.
The president has appointed Marine D.
Tackett, of Greensburg, Ind., as a special
agent to allot lands to tbe Cheyenne and
Arapahoe Indians in Oklahoma. .
Charles S. Hard wig, a Peoria, Bis.,
maii-camer, was arrested Saturday as a
confessed robber of the maiL He has
opened and destroyed 6,000 letters.
The police of Denver Saturday night
raided a house and arrested sixteen sneak
thieves and burglars, besides recovering
thousands of dollars' worth of stolen
The Northwestern base ball league has
oesn organized witn clubs at Dayton, O.
Bay City, Detroit, and Grand Rapids,
Mich.; Peoria, Ills.; and Evansville and
Fort Wayne, Ind.
At Cedar Lake, Wis.. Sunday, Tom
Kennard, the ""Michigan cyclone," knocked
out Mike Queenan, the Chicago stock
yards giant, in the fourteenth round
Queenan was terribly punished.
It is now stated that the president will
be accompanied on his western trip by bis
wife, Mrs. McKee, Mrs. Russell Harrison,
Mrs. Dimmick, and Mrs. George Boyd, at
to the lady members ot the party. ,
Eight men were involved in a fight over
a Jug of whisky at a stave camp neu
Newport, Ark., last week, and when the
fight was over four men had been tabbed,
one fatally, and tbe man who did the cut
ting was shot through the heart.
This will be a black g oods season.
We are well equipped to supply
Ladies' black hose 6c to 64c blacks,
10 eta. a pair.
Black corsets, satine. 50 cents-
Black dress robes, embroidered in
black and colors la beautiful designs,
Black aprons, embroidered.
Black lee wool shawls.
Black cashmere shawls best values
we have ever shown.
Black silk skirts.
Black embroidered flschus.
Three Times as
As any other e'.milir eerablirhmeat in the city.
CLE MANN & SALZflflANN,
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Xcs 124, 123 and 12S Sixteenth Street,
IV ALL PAPER COMPANY
No. 310, 312 and 314 Twentieth St.,
See the Stylish Display
SPRING MILLINERY GOODS.
The finest ever shown ia the City, at
Huooessor to Hiss Petersen, Ko. TO second avenue. Bock Island.
Tbe ver y latest styles in patterns, hats, bonnets, ribbons, laoesrand fancy! oods.
Black satine and mohair skirts.
Black surah silks, 24 inches wide
Black India silks. 27 inches wide
Tou ought to see the splendid vaTnes
in above two numbers of silks.
Black washable fabrics in plain,
striped, checked plaid and grenadine
effects including the imported Persian
Quantities of ether black goods
which forbids mentioning.
We will be pleased to fcaTe you ex
Rock Island. Illinois.
Large a Stock of
MISS C. HAAS',