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THE AJKGU8. MONDAY, JUNE i, 1891.
First month of feummtr.
Council meeting tonight.
Rev. II. C. Marshall is again able to
Call on J. E. Rudy fT bargains in eitj
J.H.Kane, ofPuhnque, spent Sun
day in the city.'
Irvin Cox,. of Rapids City, spent Satur
day in the city.
Miss Sarah Mackin is visiting with
friends in Chicago.
Miss Maggie McFarland is visiting
with friends in Chicago.
Mrs. J. C. Adams left this morning on
a visit to relatives in Chicago.
Charles Dalrymple, of Cambridge, was
in the city Saturday on business.
- Samnel Keator left for Chicago on
business on Saturday evening.
Mrs. R. Crampton left for Chicago this
morntfeg on a visit to rehitlWs.
A. J. Agnew, of Denver, Col., spent
Sunday in the city with friends.
A. n. Wendt, of Port Byron, spent
Siaday with his parents in this city.
W. C. Lynch, of Chicago, visited Satur
day and Sunday with friends in the city.
John C. Kinney returned today from a
ilyiDg trip to Kansas City and the west
The judicial election is passing off
quietly, and is being marked by littre in
There will be no service at South
Faik chapel on Tuesday evening of this
William Murray and A W. Johnson, .of
Cable, were in the citv;on Saturday on
Kiss Mary Atkinson, formerly of this
city, and now of Kansas City, is visiting
Rev. J. H. Kerr will preach at the
Aiken street chapel in South Rock Island
M. S. O'Neill, a former resident of
Rock Island, and now 'cf Chicago, spent
Saturday in the city
Miss Alioe Ltwler. a pupil of St. Jo
seph's school, won the prize of S10 at the
matinee on Saturday afternoon for the
greatest number of correct words from
the letters contained in the name, Eu
nice Goodrich, she ' having made 1,42?
A special telegram from Bes Moines
says that the Rock Island has bovrht a
tract of land at Valley Junction, a s iburb
of that city, and that $40,000 shops are
to be built there by it inside of two years.
These shops, it is supposed, are to sup
plant the ones now at Stuart.
Ancel J. Wright and wife. 2111 Fifth
avenue, celebrated their tenth welding
anniversary on Saturday evening. About
30 of their friends were present and the
couple were the recipients of a large num
ber of appropriate presents. Refresh
ments were served and a general social
time indulged in.
William Smith, a laborer at Fau'set'o
brick yard in South Rock Island, was
burivJ ia a bank of lay whUh &vei in
this morning. It was at first feared be
would smother before he could be extri
cated, but he was finally rescued from
his peril, when it was found that his an
kle had been broken and a lib fracturtd.
Dr. Carter attended him.
Michael O'Connor the long time
steward at the Harper gave up his voli
tion Saturday night, and will probably
engage in other business m the city.
Mike Was a faithful and efficient
steward, polite too, and accommodating,
and he has many friends whose best
wishes will always accompany him.
Negotiations which have been perj'licg
the past few days for the transfer of the
Spencer property to the syndicate bere
tof or spoken of and headed by H. D.
Mack of the C. B. & Q ., are at a sued
still, a third party, Morris Rosen field Lav
ing taken a hard in the bidding and is
very desirous of securing the property
which has been practically sold to Mr.
Mack for $10,000.
Meyer Rosenfieid, late of the firm of
J. & M. Rosenfield, returned Saturlay
If you want the latest style of mould- from a visit to Grand Rapids, to wtich
icg, take your pictures to R. Crampton
& Co.'s to be framed.
Don't forget that R. Crampton & Co.
have the finest stock of wall psper in the
city, and sell the cheapest.
The Leonard cleanable
las no equal; always clean
Sold only by David Don.
J. K. Groom has disposed of his inter
est in the Moline Dispatch to his partners,
P. S. McGlynn and W. F. Eastman.
It will pay you to call and see the im
proved gasoline stove at David Don's.
No home Is complete without one of
Miss A. A. Caldwell, who has been
Visiting with R-v. C. E. Taylor and wife,
started for her home in Michigan this
II. Joseph, of St. Joseph, Mo , brother
of G. Joseph, of the London Clothing
Company, is in the city on Lis way to
The annual meeting and reunion of the
Rock Inland Alumni association will be
held at the High school Saturday even
ing, June 6.
The electric cars all stop in front of
David Don's store so as to let the folks
off to sec the new gasoline stoves th'it
light like gas.
Crtpt. W. C. Thompson left last eve
ning for Fountain City, Wis., to take
charge of Maj. Muckeczit's riyer im
Judge J. P. Altisti and wife, of Chi
cago, are visitiLg in the city. Judge
Altgeld ts one of the mos prbnifnent and
influential citizens of Chicago.
The most appropriate prese nt for a
school graduate is a well chosen book, or
set of books. These can be had at aimost
any price to suit at Crampton & Co's.
C. A. Philhpps and W. S. Pidcnck
rowed down from Cordova in a skill
yesterday, a distance of 23 miles, in four
hours and a half, a pretty good record.
Mrs. Anna Hart, of 2514 Sixth avenue,
who has been at West Liberty, Iowa.eince
her mother's death, will not be able to
return to Rock Island until Friday.
Money to loan at sis per cent by the
Rock Island Bui!diag and Loan associa
tion at its new office in Mitchell & Lynde's
new building. Meeting Tuesday even
ing. First Assistant Postmaster General
Whitfield paid Postmaster WelU a visit
Saturday, and authorized the purchase of
a larger mail pouch rack for the Rock
Prof. Otto, of Davenport, is circulat
ing a subscription paper which is being
numerously signed for a series of sub
Bcriptlon concerts at Hincher's Elm street
summer garden. The first is to be given
next Thursday evening.
city he has decided to move and eLter
upon the real estate business. Mr.
Rosenfield was for 05 years a resident of
Rock Island, and in that time was not
only one of the most prominent, but mist
prosperous business men.
The electric cars were wuhilrawn tr m
the E'.m street line beyond Third snd
Nineteenth by order of Manager Loud r
back this rooming, andhorse cars sutti
tuted. The electric cars will not be re
stored until the track is relaiJ and t jis
will not be done until a more feasiliie
route is decided upon, the present lise
paralleling the Fourth avenue lina to
closely to be of any profit to the com
pany. Bob Fullerton, the icgenius prescrij
tion clerk in the Harper house pharmacy,
has on exhibition an electric fanning ma
chine, the property of Divis Sc C .
Charley Case examined it Saturday niiiht.
and then taking of his hat, sat down in
front of it and permitted the breezes it
created to be wafted over the smooth
surface of his cranium. ' That is tLe
very thing I want in my room,'' sail
Case, "it will keep these infernal rli s
from holding levees on my bald head. '
Jamts Hardin, the street sprinkler, met
with a misfortune on Second avenue tliW
momiria, one of the hiad wheels of k:
wagon bresking as he was turning out of
the street car track and settiacj his tank
down with a bang that could be heard f o
beveral blocks. Mr. Hardin narrowly
escaped serious injury, striding his hipt
heaviiy on the lavement as h
jumped from the eeat. The t;nk Lac"
jast been filled and the street was floded
in a few moments.
At Si. Joseph's church at 2 o'clock this
afternoon occurred the marriace, R-?v.
Thomas Mackin officiating, of John Gor
man, of Perry, Iowa, and Miss Mary
Hogan, of this city . The grccm, who
was formerly a fireman on the Racine &
Southwestern division of the C, M. tS:
St. P., and is now an engineer on the
mvin line of the 8 m; road, has a great
many friends and arimirers in Rock Isl
and who congratulate him on Lis od
fortune, aod i;h him and his accom-pii.-h'sd
bride ail the joys that this world
liptX7"! pAVOTHFl ! ,rea,t ot fc-tfcoat stepped off the tmin fron.
Dlil .Tj JJ17 1 O llJjj 1 j Washington Cky at 11:20 a. in. He was
Who Fell in Defense of Their
THE 1II1I0KIAL DAY OP A NATION.
Multi-ide Tnrn Out to rw rlie Annual
Trttnite of Honor to Hie Heroic Dead,
and Tt-nUty That T!i-y Iiel Not la Vain
A Krillinnt I'araile :tt C'liicagn Inter
esting I. yen at tliattirnooa The Pres
ident at I'liiiaiU-lj.lna ad Heath of
Chicago, June I. If the dark of the.
weather had been under the orders of the ;
Grand army commander-in-chief, he could
properly escorted to Meade post, G. A. R
headquarters, and later to the cemetery
where he touk part in the exercises like the
other veterans, but did not speak. Before
his departure to this city thine was a pub
lic reception, at 4 p. tti. a dinner, and l.tlet
uuother retention to Aleaile Vost.
, A yuriin That SeMlefl.
At the pnMio reception Mayor Stuart
welcome rlie presiittit, who nponled hi
a speech in which he said: Yon tihi uut at
all depart Drain the great lessons which
were taught by the founders of this great
eolony when, uniting with your comrades
from all the states, you went into the field
to hold 'up this banr.-?r, to ljiamtain a peace
which should be perpetnal aud all-pervading
in all the states. Oliedieuce to the law
is the first element of domestic peace aud
social crder. You went out to maintain
that, and have established, as 1 believe.
asrain in the affections of ail our people the
not have done better for Decoration Day
than he did. The air was just cooi enouch 0j,i uag 0f OIlr f;uhers, and have settled
tor comtort, the ttay was clear, ana every perpetually the queion of loyal suhmis
thing was propitious for the yearly tribute j siou to the constitution and the law iu all
to the memory of those who "died to make i the states."1
men free." The morning was devoted to
the acwial business of strewing flowers
over the graves "in ilie various cemeteries
m the sr!urbs of the tity, and this lalor
of love was weK done. As early as S (i. m.
the frequent passawu of some post of the
G. A. K. with fii'u and 'Ir-uni. aud "keeping;
step to the nm-ie of the union," gave evi
dence that tiie old soldiers were marching
to strew flowers on the graves of their
dead eomradfs. In m.iuv of the eompa-
The Olxterv-aiMv in Vew York.
, New York. June 1. Memorial Day wax
never more gem-mily observed in this city
than it wa.s last Saturday. About every
military ergan iz.it ion in the city was in
the parade in the morning, toste her with
a large uumber of civic societies and an
army of old veterans, la the afternvn
services wen held at Grant's tomb. The
United States man-of-war Enterprise was
anchored in the Hudson river opposite the
tomb ami tired minute guns during tl
nies there were young children some of ; continuance of the services. A nn:nU-r ot
ex-Confederates wer. present as guest s of
the day. The Hon. John S. Yix-. ot Vir
ginia, delivered the a.idre.-s of the day,
which was a very eloquent uuo.
them little tots oiing with their fathers
to visit the "windowlcss palace" of some
loved one whose Hit went out .a the war
of the rwUIiion.
Tile Aftenmoii Parmtt-.
Tlie principal event of the day, aside
from the exercises in the nionr.ng.
was the afternoon parade. This was a
brilliant succcess, was more than an hour j erf the floral decorat kins. The most im
passing a given point, and was pnrtici-. pressiveof the features was the decora
"pated in by nearly every G. A. R. post in tion of the graves of the unknown dead nt
the citv. "besides others from suburban ! Arlington. There were services at tin
M c 1 NTIRE
Unbleached table linen 17
cents a yard.
Crash 3 cents a yard.
Checked ' apron ginghams 5
Unbleached muslin, very good
5 cents a yard.
Dress ginghams in short ends
10 cents. This gingham is usu
ally sold for 12 1-2 cents a yard.
Bovs' and Misses' liw,
bed hose, blacK, 10 cents.
Sateen corsets splendid
made, 50 cents.
Black skirts, larg
ment in Mohair and sateens.
I New "Wash goods in gingham
, and other fabrics just in.
I One Yriea and th a 1. 1 ! 1 o w,. ..
A - 4VrttJ.-.T
At the National Capital.
Washixvtov City, June 1. The usual
ceremonies were observed here on Decora
tion Day. Mrs. Gen. Sheridan had charge
"1 C00LU MOVE THE WOELO
If I hail something to re"t uiy lever on," eaiil Arcli
mcdes. Laa-e bodies move or are moved slowly.
But it i no impossible or even difficult las'i to
render thoso small bjdi"e, the kiducyp. active
when they are not no. Uon'ttry to do this wi;h
ai.metiicuti.'d alcoholic ftimnlants. The exper
iment ia untwfe. The Hire, tafe means is Uos
letter'i Stomach Bittcrf, which affords juet the
right amount of stimulus without overdoing the
mutter. Continued inactivity of the kidneys or
bladder, it should never be lost iht of are atten
ded with grave peril. Bri-ht's disease, diabetes,
and other ailments which alfect the renal or'aii!",
have their origin inaction of the kidneva." To
overcome this is an easy matter at the outset. Not
so later. Now is the appointed time in a case of
this sort. Irregularity of the bowels, stomach
and liver, rheumatism and malaria remedied by
Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard.
places. The long line of blue was lighted
np here ami there with the gay uniforms
of Knight Templars. Knights of Pythias,
Patriotic Order Sons of America, and
Zouaves. The Fifteenth reciment U. S.
racular infantry was out in force, com
manded by Col. Crofton, ?nd tin? Frst bri
gade I. X. G. presented a vary soldierly ap
pearance, aud won the commendation
therefor of the thousands of neonle who
densely lined the sidewalks and roadwriy j National ctuietery
leaving on! v room for the line to pass. c. . . .-r
I St. I-0111-. IU-l
-oiituie ir 1 iirjr . ppearawe. ;
The most striking W.yinthe line, so
far as ATDeJirMTli-H irn wns tli Ptjir-,un
HussHrs; the Ciiicato I.iitht Mors gaanis '. t"--"d
were next ami t in- z.ma ves next. I he com
pany of Italian bcrsag'.ieri wa- also a nota-
graves ot' Gun. Ijogin, Gen. Sheridan, and
all the ecineteries ia the vicinity of the
The Cerebrattou at tiettysburg.
GETTYsr.rnG, Pa., June 1. Memorial
Day was observed on this historic battle
field with the usual exercises. The town
was crowded witi Vie. The procession
formed Saturday afternoon, and proceeded
ttiie regular es.-rces m the sddiers'
i JT. Lons. June !. Memorial services it.
. kci.or of Gen. Shel-rua were held here
by Kansom ;-ot. an-1 -''.I'X) sol-
ie-s srntves at iilerson barracKs wert
strewn with fionuers.
ble feature, not only tor their novel nni
form, btrt ?,No for the fact that they car
ried the Ita'.i.tn An as wt-ll as - oivl Ury.'
The P. . A. assert e.1 their Am-riesln-i-m
ly -arvv:mr n s'.ir siiaucled banner
RiMjut e evy rlity fi-et along their entire
!:ne, and U v. a-, h 1 in; one. All the meni
brs of the pOiice and tire departments of
the t:fy w bo -uld be spared were aiso iti
l:ne, : he former headed by late Chief of Po
lice M-irsh r.nd the latter by Chief .-jtveenie.
They preer.t-l a thi- :ipjearauce. and the
firemen "took the cake" in the perfection
of their march t y piatioiis.
ILi'rifwed by en. utiles.
Ia six divi:oits tiie turide nassed
through a part of the business portion of j
the city, finally '.i unteTmarcliini; on Mich j
iirau avenue. here the reviewing standi
hed leeu erected. Here the chief review-1
ins officer was (it-n. Miles. V. S. A., and
with hi:n were Department Commando: :
Horace .S. Clark, i. A. I;., aud Gen. Miles' j
stafi'. As the veterans ; a ed the stand;
the ladies ui the Woman's Kelief curp
showered them with rlowers. Altogether !
it was ;, nd dny for tiie vet, manv ot
DROPPED OUT OF THE RANKS.
A C lii ns-o Veteran l.n.i , Life I.iiiip
His Dtltj Oilier 1'ut.manl Muni,.
C:Aii), June 1. Memorial Day cl.wd
in this city with a sad and f..t,.I a.oivh-n:.
Leonar-l. janitor f th- c tv
building, was :n the panule in tiie ranks
cf tiie Vf-eraii' d'iri-ng the afternoon. I.
wa- detitinej until 'J p. m. rccallim.- the
time of war with his comrades, and upon
going to the building noticed that the lias
had not Vieen hauled down. This should
have been done nt sunset. He started to
perform this duty in spite of the advice o!
it companion, who knew that the a.-c-ent
and descent was borti difficult and danger
ous. Iye.-uard yot the f air down all rijht.
but in desn-.idinir he fell the whole length
ct th-1: .:ht -haft, receiving injuries that
were pronounced fatal.
v k"r:zz,ed ate! ifr.TV-!:ar
the processu s was the largest IVonation
Day turnout ever een in this citv
The West Took a Holiday.
Chicaoo. June 1 All tnroughout III i
nois. I:i;i;ana, Ijwa. Michigan and Wis-.-ou- i
sin the peot'L-,' turneil out Saturday to do
honor to the memory of the boys in blue
who f--:ion!ie lield of battle." Indeed.!
f mm the hik to the guif and from ti e
Atlantic to the Pacrtic the day Ifis uevet
been so geue a'y o!.erved.
DID NOT DIE DISHONORED.
A Moinmunt I'nveili-il to the Memory ol
the Anilreu-. K:iiilers.
Chattanik;a, Twin.. Jr.ne 1. The fart
that the military "spy ottnnot lie illiou
ored by being f"red to suffer a dishonor
able death was illust rated here S.Kurday,
when a monument to the Andrews raid
ers, provided by the state of Ohi. was un
veiled. It was the event of Decorat Win
Day. und ex-Governor f'oraker wa- c-rator
of the orca-ion. while half a dozen descend
auts of the raider were present. What is
known as the Andrews raid occurred in
April, Ist'J. The leader, James J. Andrews,
was a Union spy. He made two attempts
with Ohio soldiers in iy to make his wav
through the south to Atlanta. Ga.. and
cxipture a locomotive, on which he aud his
companions proposed to ride over the'
road to Chaltauvxiga. burning the brid.-es '
after them. Iiotu failed.
A Terrible Itnrr for Life.
It was in the second, attempt that he and
seven of his men iost their '.ives. He and
his men captured a locomotive and three
freight cars ia the second raid at liitf
Shanty, but after a tremendously exciting
run and hot pursuit of ninety two mile,
during which there was much hard work
aud some very desperate chances taken.the
raiders abandoned the engine and took to
the woods, to be all captured within the
next two or three days. There were twenty-two
men in the party. Eight were exe
cuted, eight escaped, aud six were ex
changed. N utile of the Eight Heroes.
The men executed were James J. An
drews, of Flemiugsburg, Ky.; Marion A.
Koss, George Wilson aud Perry G. Shad
rock, of the Second Ohio infantr-: J. M.
Scott, of the Twenty-first; Samuel Slaveus
and S-amu,,! Koliertsou. of the Thirty
t'.iird. and William IT. Campbell, of .u
lineville, O. They ail understood the na
ture of the service which rtiey undertook
md the risks they nan. Had they succeed
ed thir efforts would hwve had a marked
effect on the progress of the war.
The base of the monument unveiled is
of granite aud is s'-ruiouuted by a bronze
They Need lte oiir-trtietitni.
CMVEXsBotto. Ky.. June 1. At the Me
moriai Day exerci-es at Wl,:t'- :le. neai
here, a gang of roughs from a neighboring
settinnent raided the services, assaulted
the speaker and scattered the flowers all
around. Ijter they attacked the veterans
as they were about to take the train fot
home. The citizens took a hand on the
side of the vets and the leader of the ganil.
Dt-.rrell Taylor, was fatally wonndeiS
while another. Dave Smith, was badlv cut.
I The roughs were ct iveii oil
An Aeeidcnt at Ktusiii.
Laxsino. Mich.. June 1. In the parade
: Memorial Day there was a large float con
j taining forty-four women representing ti:t
I states of tiie l"u ion. Wl.Ueen route to t' e
1 remetery the platform nave way, and the
, horses took fright and. stampedeii. Several
of t lie women were thrown out l-fore the
nor- were stoppci. nut noneoi men; more
thausiightly oru-e'!. Wiliam H.irdy.wlio
was on the h".it. had hi ankle 'Utdly
smashed. He is M;vereiy but not faiallv
THE DAY AT OTHER POINTS.
lTesldent Harrison Speaks at Philadel
phia At Grant's Tomb.
Philadelphia, June l. The feature of
t ae proceedings on Memorial DayinthU
tity was the presence of President Harri
8 in, who with a G. A. R. badge on the
The Kinv-l'osten Murder Keralled.
Memi'IIIS, Tcnn.. June 1. The supivme
court Saturday derided the cae of lvina
vs. I'r! low, au act urn ttj recovm property.
The Pillow wi the case is Gen. Pillow'
widow, and the King is the lawyer who
shot Attorney Posteu in this city some
mouths ago, a full account of which was
given iu these dispatches at the time. The
murder was the outcome of litigation in
augurated by King to recover his property
which Mrs. Grundy says came into Mrs.
Pillow's possession for a "i i lisideration.'
The supreme court's decision gives King
batk his property, whit !: leaves him iu
Ix-tter financial condition to defend him
self on the charge of murder, for which he
is now in jail.
Iturrihlo Ie:ith of a Little Girl.
Gainesville, Tex., June 1. Thursday
evening the lu-year-old daughter of Will
iam Hall, a prominent farmer of Hall
county, was in a pasture holding a horse
by the halter while her brother was driv
ing up some more horses. Suddenly the
animal she was holding took fright and
ran away. The child was entangled in the
halter strap and dragged over the lield un
ril her body was mangled almost to pieces.
Her ne.k was broken, skull crushed and
body mashed into a shapeless mass of jelli
lturncd by a Gas Kxplosiuu.
CHICAGO, June 1. VT. O. Worth, presi
dent of tlie Chicago Bicycle couipauy, and
A. I- Jordoii. the St. Louis agent of the
concern, were terribly burued Saturday by
nn explosion which tiKik place iu the Keene
block where Worth bicycles are manufac
tured. Mr. Jordan lighted a match in the
finishing room, and ignited gas which had
escaped from a leaking pipe. Their burns
are not fatal. The resulting fire larutted the
building, causing a loss of tV5.XH); fully in
ltrooklyn Iiridge Is Free.
New York, June 1. At exactly mid
night last night the promenade of the
Brooklyn bridge was opened to the public
freecf charge. This was in accordance
with a recent act of the lejjislature.
RcU Island. Illinois.
CLEMANN & SALZMAM
ARE NOW SHOWING
Three Times as Large a Stock of
A any other similar esrsblUbuic-nt in the city.
CLEMANN & SALZMANN,
No;. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nos 124. V2n and 128 Sixteenth Street.
THAN ALL OTHERS
Wall Paper Company,
310, 312 and 314 Twentieth St.
:ee Our Art Department.
After Twenty Years in Davenport.
DUBFEE, The Leading Jeweler,
ciubing ousiness. An opportunity extraordinary
to secure the Choicest Line of Goods
ever placed on sale, in Davenoort.
Entire Stock a.ud Fixtures to be Closed
m 90 Days.
Store vacated for bank not having had an opportunity
Northwest corner Brady and Third Streets, Davenport.