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TILE AKGU8. TUESDAY APiUL 4. 1891.
Mrs. Dr. C. C. Carter gives a 5 o'clock
Q. M. Looeley went to Chic&go this
morning on business.
Dr. S. C. Plummer. Jr., went toth
c ago on business this morning.
" The Lynda vase which is to adora tne
south section of Spencer Equate, arrived
this morning. '
jacK AUinson sustained a fracture of
eis lert leg Ssturdsv night Dr. Craig
Ueorge W. Huber, the well-known
traveling man, is confined to his home,
his JTourth avenue, with diphtheria.)
The Indies' Improvement Guild of
Trinity parish, hold a business meeting
at the rectory at 2 :30 tomorrow afternoon.
Dr. Tbcmas Gait continues very lowj
He is gradually sinking and his attending
phystcians expect the worst at any time.
Two children in the family of J. H.
Ranson, 1817 Third avenue, have scarlet
fever, and a third has just recovered from
the same dresd malady.
Two loads of hay were sold on Market
square yester tlay morning at $20 per ton.
tuia oeiog tne highest figure hay has
reached for some time.
mr. ana jurs. jonn Treman des re to
hereby publicly express their gratitude to
au wno rendered them kindness and sym
pathy in the death of their little son.
Dr. George E. Birth has rented the
Whitridge residence on Nineteenth street,
anarroi.u. it. uousel has rented be
houae to be vacated by Dr. Barth. on
There will be a special meeting o! the
Hospital Guild on Thursday afternoon at
3 o'clock at the residence of Mrs. J. M
Buford . A large attendance is requested
as matters of importance are to be dis
Mrs. Maria Hall, who has been visiting
for sometime with her sister. Mrs. C. R
Knox, started this morniog for her home
m nesmeid, Mass. She was accomv
panicd as far as Chicago by her nephew.
Aid. B. F.Knox,
Swan Lundberg, of 723 Eleventh street,
complains of a water spaniel which has
been destroying his ducks. Mr. Lunds
berg has the dog in his possession and if
the owner wants it alive he had better
The stables o! the bridge line cars were
moved from Market square to the new
building of the Davenport & Rock Island
railway company in Davenport, last
nigW. The cars will also be kept there
hereafter. v y
The election of officers of the Young
Men's Christian association for the ensus
ing year occurs in the new building to
night at 7:45. It is important that all
members of the association be present
and cast their ballots for eight good and
faithful men to serve on the board of di
William Kraeger died at his home 1004
Tenth avenue.at 10 o'clock last night of
poeumonia, aged 30 years. Deceased
had only been sick since yesterday morn
ing, being apparently in good health un
til then. lie leaves a wife.and a daughter
and eon. aged respectively 2 and 4 years.
In the council last evening Aid. Corken
acting upon the suggestion of The Ar
gus, introduced a motion that it be the
sense of the council that the mayor ap
point more than one voting place for the
spring election this year. The council
adopted the motion.
It is reported that business and profes
sional men in the neighborhood of the
Union office were compelled to purchase
disinfectants this morning to deodorize
the polluted atmosphere caused by the
too active stirring of the editorial cess
pool. The noith fence at the pall park blew
over yesterday afternoon and two little
sons of Robert Berkham of 1011 Elev
enth street, were buried beneath it. The
youngest, three years of age, had his left
leg broken nearthe hip. Dr. Carter at
One of the finest lines of spring suit
ings ever brought to Rock Island has been
received by James T. Dixon, the popular
and fashionable merchant tailor, and
those contemplating investing in a hand
some new suit should call on Dixon, for
he is the man to suit you, both as to
oT-goods, style and finish.
Daniel Shean and Miss Rosa Fasserl
were married at St. Mary's church, at
10:30 this morning. Rev. Father Otto
officiating. The bride was attended by
. Mis's Julia Shean, aDd the groom by
James Shean. The happy couple will
reside in a home prepared on Eighth av
enue. The body of the late Sir Knight Wil
liam Henry Smith, of Everts comman
dery, and whose body has been deposited
in the vault at Oakdile. will be removed
to Chippianock on Thursday of this
week at 5 o'clock p, m. Everts comman
dery will have charge.
' Aid. Charles Evans left for Chicago
last night. His colleague. Aid. Knox,
joins him there today and
they will look into the -- merits
of street sweepers and also obtain
a few notions as to a paid fire depart
ment. The Fifth waid has two of the
most wide-awake progressive aldermen
that ever aat in the council chamber.
' The funeral of the infant son of John
"W.1 f reman and wife, was held from their
residence at 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon,
Rev. J. H. Km. dictating. The Cen
ral Presbyterian church choir composed
of H. D. Folsom, Miss Belle Folsom.
Mrs. W. B. Baiker nd W. W. Stafford,
rendered appropriate selections. The
floral offerings were namerous and beau
tiful. The intermeiit was made in Chip
piannock. MILAN GETS A MOVE.
Citizens field an Important Meeting
Diem-ting Street Hallways and Pass
ing Resolution. About the Hen
nepin Canal Konte.
The postponed meeting of citizens
of Milan, occurred laBt night and many
subjects of interest were discussed. The
new street car projects were considered
and the usual intereus of improvements;
also the canal, and c ommittees appointed
for preparations for a eeneral ratification
meeting and procuring prominent speak
ers, such asGeneral Henderson, Hon. J. H.
Murphy and others. The following res
olutions which were prepared by a com
mittee appointed by the meeting,
were unanimously alopted and were tele
graphed to Washing ton :
Whersas, It has beea represented by
certain persons that the people of Milan
have expressed themselves as being in
different to the local ion of the Illinois and
Mississippi canal on what is known as tLe
southern route, and
Whereas, It has- been represented by
Mr. Gest and otbt r3 that Milan is not
satisflel with this route, and
Whereas, The Hennepin canal has
been located in haimnny wiih our peti
tion to the assistant engineer in charge of
the survey; therefore be it
Resolved. That we. the citizens of
Milan, assembled this 13th day of April,
1891. do most heartily endorse and ratify
the location of th "Illinois and Missis
sippi canal as loct d on the south bank
of Rock river; and ae it further
Resolved, Tha- the thanks of the
community are hereby tendered to L. L.
Wheeler and his assistants for the im
partial and careful manner in which this
survey has been made, thereby guarding
the interests of the United States", as well
as of the people aloag the route.
J. ti. Matthews,
W. T. Kerr.
J. i JonxsTox,
Com. on Resolutions.
At the same meet ng the following tel
egram was ordered io be be sent to the
secretary of war:
Milan. April 13. 1S91 To the honor
able, the secretary of war. In mass
meeting assembled ttiis evening, the citi
zens of Milan. Ills., hear:ily endorse the
action of the secretary of war. in approv
ing the southern roi.te of the Illinois and
Mississippi canal. I. V. McCago,
tneaoove message was also sent to
Wheeler in Chicago.
News has been received of the death at
Kncxville, III., of Jc hn W. Cams, aged
83 years. He had teen a resident of Illi
nois since its admission into the union.
TT-l . -
iie leaves a wiaow ana three suryiving
children, Mrs. J. E Brewer, of Mon
mouth, Mrs: O. A. llirnhart, of this city,
and John Z. Cams, of Knoxville. Mrs.
Barnhart was with her father when he
died. Mr. Barnhart left ndav for Knox
Miss Theresa Hellstren died at her
home at 620 Sixth meet last night of
consumption. She was 23 years of age.
The funeral occurs from St. Mary's church
at 9 o'clock tomon ow morning. Under
taker Wheelan in ctarge.
Officer Glass arrested Charles McCarthy
at the Burlington cepot this morning.
He is wanted at Bunnell for burglarv.
Lemuel Hudson v as bound over to the
grand jury in $100 ball by Justice Cooke
yesterday for stealirp coal from a coal
yard on First avenu.
A few boarders anted at 800 Nine
Ice cream always on hand at Krett
Math's. Remember and trv a dish .
Sure cure for dysoepsia. chewinc cum.
All the best brands at Krell & Math's.
Butter cups put ud in half and on
pound air tight irs. smaller amount
loose, at Krell & Mith's.
Dwelling for sale cheap, corner of Fif
teenth avenue and Thirty-first street, one
block from Elm street cars. Enquire on
ISO April fool lo'ie hut a fact, that
the Crown dining room serves a better
meal for 25 cents than any other place
in the citv.
Ah hah I The la' est; we have them
mint glaces. They consist of extra fine
cream and flavond strongly of mint.
Krell & Math always have the latest for
J. J. Lerch, the well known painter.
paper hanger, graiter, kalsominer, etc.,
is prepared to do all kinds of work in his
line in erst class manner. Shoo No.
309 Eighteenth strtet.
Good natnre and good sense must ever
join, lo sutler is human, to get well
is sublime. But if the trouble is neuial
gia the only cure it Salvation Oil.
The transition from long lingering
and painful sickness to robust health
marks an epoch in ;he life of the individ
ual. Such a rem irkable event is treas
ured in memory an 1 the agency whereby
the good health aas been attained is
gratefully blessed. Hence it is that so
much is heard in praise of Electric Bit
ters. So many fed they owe their res
toration to health, to the use of the great
alterative and tonic If you are troubled
with any disease of - kidneys, liver or
itomach, of long cr short standing you
will surely find relief by use of Electric
Bitters. -Sold at 53c and $1 per bottle
at Hartz & Banns :n'a drug store.
IN THE WINDY CITY
Matters of Fact from
World's Fair Site.
WILD 0U1ESEAK IN THE COUNCIL.
An A Merman Call the Mayor a Thief
and HU Honor Returns the Compli
ment with the tie Direct Pension
Cotumisftioner Haunt Very III at the
Grand Pacific Hotel Romance in the
World' Fair Office The Mayoralty
Count Big Show of Oranges. .
Chicago, April U. The council bad
just adjourned and the members were
filing out of the chamber last evening
wheu the words "You're a thief!" "You're
a liarl' rani out lu anzrv tones. All
stopped to listen, and Mayor Cregier and
Alderman Dunham were seen in augry
altercation, both pale with passion, and
gesticulating violently. The trouble
arose through Mayor Cregier's refusing
to recognize a motiou of Alderman Dun
ham jut before the council adjourned.
Alderman Dunham had moved that tke
ordinance of the Chicago and Northern
Tacific railway regarding the straighten
ing ot the river bs referred back to the
committee ou harbors and bridges. . The
mayor did not recognize the alderman.
and a motiou being put to adjourn it was
Taunted on His Failure at the Polls.
Aiier me inemueis nail left their seats
Aldermnu Dunham approached the mayor
and nuked him why be had refused to
reconizii him. Tiiemayor said that the
ordiuanci w.w ,ilr?.idy iu the hands of the
finance lomn-.iru-f ami the committee on
i reeis aau au y-, w?sr. alut it could not
be referred from one commit lee to an
other. Then the mayor made some re
mark about Alderman Dunham's failure
to secure a re-elrrtiou.
-That's all right. " said the Twenty
fourth war i alderman, "they nr! going to
count me :u.
tailed the Mayor a Thief.
"I am glad tiiey are." replied the mayor.
-.or it tuere is one tlim you cti do bet
ter than another it is to hold a seat
"I never cet a chauce to do anything
else with you in the chair," retorted the
alderman, '-ou always refuse to reco
lou never brinsi anything forward
worth being recognized for," answered
'You Lava opposed me ever since I came
to tne council, shouted Dunham. who was
now getting warm, '-hut I can n;poe that
iu:eiiig oruiauce you want pa-s.Hl. It':
a steal and you're a thief."
His Ilon.'i' Retort- With the Lie.
'You're a liar," yelled ths r.nyor
"you're a liar aud you know it."
ine aidcrraeu who remained in the
chamber commenced, to gather around
r.v:y to interfere, as both speakers were
getting excited and approaching one an
other. "I know better than to call the mayor a
liar, nasped Alderman Dunham, "but I
say he's a thief."
A Drink N'o Oil on These Waters.
"And I know fuliy well what I mean
when 1 call you a liar," screamed Mayor
"Xow bovi, ,hut up and come and hare
a drink, suggested Alderman Lyke. His
advice was not followed, but the" belliger
ents were separated, an 1 the crowd passed
out of the chamber highly edified at the
A WORLD'S FAIR ROMANCE.
ttnv oi i ne I arty Managers Meets Her
Matrimonial l ate.
Chicago, April 14 A very pretty little
romance lias resulted from the associa
lion oi me sexes in connection with the
World's fair work. Miss Cora D. Payne,
a member of tl.e board of lady managers,
appointed from Kentucky, was married
io .v. u. .laCKSon, lormerly stenograpuer
to the clirec:or general. Miss Payne was
acting as ue of Mrs. Palmer's secre
taries aud April C obtained jeave of ab
sence to go away lor a few days. She
went to London, Can., where at "the resi
dence of the parents of Mr. Jackson they
were marrie::. Sirs. Jackson was at her
desk nir.'iin yesterday, and expects tore
Work at Jarkmu Park.
Jackson park is being rapidly put into
ebape for the advent of the builders. The
work of grubbing out the stumps has been
nearly all finished und the surfaciug will
soon be completed. About S50 men are
at work every day and the work at that
point is ahead of the estimated time.
The steam dredge commenced work yes
terday. Kditor Scott Decline the Honor.
The committee on nominations unani
mously selected Editor .Scott, of The
Herald, for chairman of the directory,
but that gentleman emphatically de
clined to accept the houor.
The Citrns Fair in Full Swing.
Chicago, April 14. Thousands of peo
ple visited the Exposition building last
night to witness the duplication of the
great citrus fair that was recently held
in Los Angeles, Cal. All southern Cali
fornia, from the Mojave desert to the Te
haul.epi mountains, sent its oranges, and
the display is a magnificent one. The
beaut it ul Iruit is built up into pyramids,
globes, pillars, nud models of buildings,
as many as 70,000 oranges being used in
the construction of a single oue of these.
The show clones May 1
Otflcial Change on the Mouon.
Chicago, April 14.-W. a Black, gen
eral manager of the Louisville, New Al
bany and Chicago, has resigned and will
be succeeded on April 14 bv AY. H. Mc
Doll, who now holds the position of traffic
manager. The offices of general manager
aud traffic manager are consolidated un
der the former title.
Gas Fxploslon iu the Street.
Chicago, April 14 Five man-hole cov
ers were hurled into the air with a thun
derous rattle by a series of gas explosions
iu life vicinity of the city hall yesterday.
Oue cover was thrown to the height of
sixty feet, cud came crashing down on
the sidewalk. Nobody hurt.
Cen. Raum Seriously IU.
Chicago, April 14. Geo. Green B.
Baum, United States commissioner of
pensions, is seriously ill at his room. No.
85, at the Graud Pacific hotel. Physician
are constantly in attendance. The gen
eral has been ailing for several weeks
with a disagreeable cold and the symp
toms of la grippe. Sunday afternoon the
symptoms were serious, but not alarm
ing. Yesterday morning, however, Mr.
Raum was very ilL
Association Base Hall Scores.
Chicago, April 4. Following is the
record of Association base' ball playing
yesterday: At Washington City Boston
6, Washington 0; at Balimore Athletic
4. Baltimore 3; at St. Lws Cincinnati C,
St. Louis 13.
Count or the Vote at Chicago.
Chicago, April 14. -The election com
missioners completed the count of the city
vote as far as the Sixth ward yesterday.
The net gain for Wash burne so far is 5T
A WIFE FOR ELEVEN DAYS.
Sad Bereavement of Ex-Secretary Bay
ard's Daughter Helen.
Wilmikgton, Del., April 14. The fam
ily of ex-Sscretary Bayard, which was
two weeks ago in the midst of wedding
festivities, was sadly bereaved yesterday
by the death of Count Lewenhaupt, the
husband of Mr. Bayard's daughter
Helen. Count Lewenhaupt had beea in
disposed for two or three weeks. He was
net, however, seriously sick until Friday
last, wheu Dr. Bullock was summoned.
The physician found his patient suffering
from a malignant attack of typhoid fever,
and the dread malady resisted all efforts
to stay its ravages.
Firisht Anticipations Dashed to Earth.
Directly after the wedding breakfast
April 3 the Count and Countess Lewen
haupt went to their home, where he early
yesterday morning passed peacefully to
his death. It was their intention to re
main here nntil May 1, when they were to
have left for .-in Kiirnnii nf
-four months. The count had looked for
ward to the proposed trip with pleasure
at presenting his American brida to his
sovereign at Stockholm. The count wps
a member cf a noble family of .Sweden,
but. having chosen to make his home in
the 1'r.ited States, preferred to be
consided a private individual, aud.
it is said, requested his friends
to drop his title when addressing
him. He was a very popular man in so
ciety circles, and his marriage with Mi's
liavard was considered au extremely
SITUATION IN THE COKE REGION.
Gen. Wiley Apprehensive of
tlier 1 rouble in the Future.
Pittuurg, Pa., April 14. Brig. Gen.
Wiley, who was iu this city Sunday, is by
no means confident that all trouble in the
coke regions is at eud. Bloodshed aud
violence, he is quite sure, will result if
the troops are withdrawu. Therefore he
t jinks the soldiers may expect a long
siejje iu the mountains. The general said:
"There are several thousand meniu'the
coke regions who are auxious to go to
wont, nut wno lear to do so.
Would Make Their Lives a Burden
"They are not afraid of personal violence
uw3 uuutr iue protection, ot a guard, out
fear that their homes would not be safe.
Therefore they remain idle, though hun
ger and want cause great suffering among
them. Thev are assured of rrt-ff
but they know what they would be sub'-
jecieu iu uesiues violence, xuey would
be annoved until thMr li
When the Crisis Would Come.
He added that th
porting thousands of others who would
"win. ii mis were not so. it the strikers'
funds should run out. thnsn mon T.r.,,1.;
go to work and the strike appear to be a
i.fuuro. mans time I dread," said he.
"It will occasion strife that will result in
loss of life and creat destruction of nmn.
erty, I think. 1 truly hope the dav is far
oil when this will occur, but to mv mind
it surely will come unless tlm i-k-
tronble is amicably settled."
Wilt I!e" Trouble Over the Boy.
New Yokk, April 14 The only thing
in connection with the suit of Mrs. JasL
G. Blaine. Jr.. for divorce that. ; paln.
lated to incite the defendant to fiirht tb
suit is the fact that they ha a boy, who
is now 3 years old. It is understood that
the Blaine family desire to superintend
the education aud traiuing of the child,
while the bov's mother &S St OUT. ltT main.
tains her right to keep him. Young Mrs.
Blaine is a stanch Roman Pnrli.li.
the laws of that church nrohihit. itim.
She has, however, secured promises from
Archbishon Corrinn am) f rr,.
Waterbury, of Columbus, O., that upon
the erantins of the divorce a snwinl n.
pensation will ba granted restoring her
to membership in the church..
A Mistake in the Survey.
EATTLE, Wash., April 14. Eusien
Moole, United States army, is authority
for the statement that the Iron mountains
at BlacD, Wash., aud for many miles east
of there are 300 yards north of the forty
uin th parallel, which should be the
proven boundary of the United States
and British North America. The mistake
in the survey gives the United States a
piece of territory about as large as Rhode
land. Ihe survey was made in 1S52
and the mistake was discovered shortly
afterward, but has never been officially
reportea to tue American government.
The American Hog Must Wait.
LOXDOX, April 14. Germany is in no
hurry to remove the restrictions from
American pork. The government has
given no definite promise as to the time
when restrictions will be removed and the
commercial treaty with Austro-Hungary,
wnen ratineu, is expected to open the
door for an unlimited supply of pigs from
the Balkans by way of Hungary. It is
suggested in Berlin that the delay is at
tributable to a desire to let the Hunga
rians have the first chauce to answer the
demands Germany for imported pork.
The Latest From Anna Dickinson.
NEW Yokk, April 14 A letter written
by Anna Dickiuson on March 2.". wlnln
she was in the asylum at Danville, Pa.,
has been furnished to the nnw, Th W.
ter is addressed to Kev. John Dickinson,
at Los Angeles. She says: "This thing
has not been done in a dav. Sha flier
ter Susan must have had helpers. One
ana an, 1 want them found. If they are
knaves, I want hell's floorin the world
wiped with them."
Gen. Alger's Illness.
TRESTOK. N. J.. Anril 14. Tiin .Trh
Newell, vice commander of the
tucamnnient nf th Hronrl & rm i -
night received a dispatch from Gen. Al-
jr, pabt aaonai commander, it says:
"Renorts ara net cravat-ii t i
- oovvv. a uafo ucvu
quite ill, but fever has goue. Dr. thinks
T ;u i 4. i i m
Monday tha treasury purchased 242 000
ounces of silver at from ).97S to 0.9$ per
M c I NTffiE
This will be a black goods season.
We are well equipped to supply
Ladies' black hose 6c to 8 Mc blacks,
lOcts. a pair.
Black corsets, satine, 50 cents
Black dress robes, embroidered In
black and colors in beautiful designs,
Black aprons, embroidered.
Black ice wool shawls- -Black
cashmere shawls best values
we have ever shown.
Black silk skirts.
Black embroidered flschus.
THE LARGEST STOCK
EVER SHOWN IN THE CITY.
MRS. P. GREENAWALT
1704 SECOND AVENUE,!
Ladies auk isvIted to call and ixspectthe correct styles'.
WALL PAPER COMPANY
No. 310, 312 and 314 Twentieth St.,
See the Stylish Display
SPRING MILLINERY GOODS.
Tle flneet ever shown in the City, at
. . MISS C. HAAS',
buooewor to Miss Petei-sen, K, 17M second avenue. Rock Ma"1-
The ver yiatest styles in pattern, Tula, bonnets, ribbons, laoee'and fancy ooda.
Black satine and mohair skirts
Black surah silks, 24 inches
75 cents. ,
Black India silks. 27 inches tviae
You ought to see the splendid yaw.
in above two numbers of silks.
Black washable fabrics ia piain
striped, checked plaid and grenadiB
effects including the imported Por.-;.
Quantities of other black sr,oi.
which forbids mentioning.
We will be pleased to have yon ei