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THIS AKGUb, MONDAY. JUNE 8, 1891
Silk gloves and mitts at Bennett's glove
Buy Tour sewing michines at Bennett's
Robert L?e, Sr.. f Cable, was in the
city on Saturday.
All kinds ot street and driving gloves
Miss Mary Smith, of Racine, is visiting
with friends In the city.
Rev, George W. Gue went to Chicago
this morning on business.
Syecial sale of men's night robes this
week, at McCabe Bro's.
William Borden, of Orien. was in the
city Saturday on business.
H. J. Ilanson. of San Francisco, is
visiting friends in the city.
F. P. Welch is home from Indiana,
for a short visit,on his way east.
David Little, of Pre emption, was in
the city on business on Saturday
Buy yourself a hay. lawn or garden
rake this week, at McCabe Bro's.
Ticket 242 won the gold watch dis
posed of by Robert Richardson.
is. L.3wry Jen on Saturday on a
visit to Chicago and eastern Illinois.
The Rock Island Grays defeated the
"Black Socks" yesterday by a score of 19
J. N. Cock, who has been attendicg
school at Champaign, is home on a vaca
One lot of men's night shirts worth 75c
at 4Sc a piece while they hst at McCabe
Flies, mosquitoes. Lookout? Read
McCabe Bro's advertisement for protec
tion. James Galley is home on a visit from
Oregon, where he has been the past few
The Misses Ella Thatcher and May
Buzenbark, of Cambridge, visited here
Milton H. Smith and Mrs. Hattie Wil
son were married by Rev. C. E. Tayior
Mrs. George Bennett and children left
for northern New York SatuuUy to
spend the summer.
Harvey Brubaker and wife.of Freeport
spent Sunday in the city, the cuests of
A. A. Rogers and wife.
Invitations are out for a dan-ing party
given by Mr. and Mrs. M Y. Cady at Mo
line Friday evening.
Michael Free has gone to Chic?o
where he will enter a studio and learn the
finishing touches in the art of photo
The case of Buckley vs. Fitzbibboas
was resumed in Justice Ilawes' court this
morning, and still occupies the attention
of the court.
Special for Thursday afternoon at Mc
Cab Bros.; all of Laca Magenet & Cos.
best triple extract perfumes, 10c per
ounee; bring your bottles.
"George A. Price and James Pr'ce, of
the Boston Shoe company, are in the city
preparatory tn opening their new store in
Rock Island in a few days.
For Sile A boarding hou:e outfit,
good patronage and splendid location.
Must be sold at once on account of sick
nees. Call at 3166 Fifth avenue.
Mrs. MaryE. Crowell, who has been
visiting her daughter, Mrs. Frank Mun
ger and family, returned to her home near
Off gon, 111., thfe maraiig.
Everybody is invited to attend the 6
o'clock supper given by Trinity Church
Improvement guild at Mrs. Lucian
Adams, Wednesday strawberries a feat
ure. Bridge travel over the Iijck Island
bridge Saturday amounted to: Foot
north, 1,097; south, 1,437; total, 2,834.
Teams North, 219; south, 211; total,
The Tri city Traveling Men's associa
tion held its annual meeting and election
of officers at Davenport Saturday night.
II. S. Bostock, of this city, was elected
vice president of the association.
Rev. G. W. ue delivered an ad
dress at the Y. M. C. A. meeting yes
terday oa "The Christian Young Man in
the Home." At the close of the lecture
four young men arose for prayers.
There were three street fight9 in Rck
Island Saturday night, but the partici
pants in but one came to grief one on
Market square. George A. Allen and
Charles Renfrow were arrested by Deputv
Marshal Long and Officer Iletter this
morning, and fined $3 and cests.
A three year old daughter of Charles
Bauaan, of South Rock Island was
kicked in. the forehead by a horse yester
day 'afternoon. Dr. Plnmmer attended
the injured little one, and found happily,
that the injury was merely a scalp wound,
and that no fracture had been made.
Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard.
This tear's High school class wen', ever
to Rock Island Friday night in a boiy to
attend the graduating exercises of the'
Rock Island High school class. Toa lat
ter will probatly retarn the compl menf
when commencement day arrives Tor tne
Davenport sehohrs. Davenport E emo
Two ears were derailed on the Third
stieet electric line in Davenport yester
day afternoon, owing to defective track .
Car 36 at 4 o'clock in the afternoon teo k
vicious plunge east of the el 3 gas
works, but no harm rtsuited. That por
tion of the track which is not saiuble
will be relaid as eooa as possible with
lhe London Clothing Compaiy is
again attracting much attention and ad
miration by its windows. The east win
dow contains three live sheep, emble
matic of wool in its natural state, such as
is afterward found pure and unadulter
ated on the shelves of the London s:ora.
In the west window appears a realistic
scene which indicates thit the Lmdoa
uses no bait to catch fish.
A horse driven by two young men took
fright at a switch engine at the approach
to Roclt Island Arsenal last night, and at
tempted to climb over the gates which
were closed to allow the engine to pass,
lie was finally quieted down, but not be
fore he had broken the harness and got
loose from the buggy, which was scme
what damsged by being dragged abott ly
the frightened animil. Had there been
no gates there, a serious tccitlent wjuld
no doubt have occurred.
In the roll of honor of Building No. 5
published in Saturday's Alices, Is!tlle
McConochie, May Lvnch, NaUtia Mir
field. Frank Ecsrcdy, Charles ILfcr
Carrie Bushno, Jennie Themes, Jr.me
McConochie, Minnie Frederick, Maggie
McCullough, May McConrchie, Auca
McNeil, Willie Frederick, Walter F.tr
simmons. Eva Larkin, Josie Mir2i!u, Min
nie Scha&b, Arthur Stegemaa, Bessie
MiifielJ, Nettie McConochie, Lottie Glass,
Frank Liretz. Janus MirfielJ, Majgie
Ilodges, Willie Scott and James Ljons
were spoken of as either absent a half
day or tirdy once during the year. The
rjcord of all these pupils is titan, not
only for one year, but some of them fcr
The It oil of Honor.
TnE Argcs has contained the ns;nes
o: a:i puD.ic pupus wto are entitled to
be placed upon the rell of honor for
below the High school. The rsc-ord is
cempleted herewith by the addition of
W, A. Bishop, principal.
Neither absent nor trdy fer vear, Cw
rie Bailey, Nellie Wilson, Kate Lambt rt.
John Bladel, Victoria Bromley, Ed
Brandenburger Gertrude Conqueror,
Harry Cook, Clara Cordis, Harry Da. k,
Sidie Flaherty, Christian Eoch,
Madge Johnson, Georze L',
May Kennedy, Marcus Lyon, Flora Lu
dolph, Kinsley Mack, Louelia Hu h-
maker, John Russell, May Murray,
George Sears, Katie Normoyle, Wil
liam Sweeney, May Schindler, Jon
Taylor, Ella Sprague. Jessie Wil
liams, . Lizzie Taylor Blanche Warrtn.
Absent but one-half day. Stella Vandruff,
red urecn. Clarence spnuicing, L, la
Lee. Niilie Dlbbera. Maud White. Ab'
sent out one cay, ixatie erennan, Lu le
Bromlev, Jettie Ejtes, Bessie Banks,
Mabel Levey, Margare Stewart, Miy
Walker. Bertha Wilson. Will Churchill,
John IN ouster.
Georgie Hamlin, the well known artre-s
whose leading support, W. A. Chattertnn,
it will be remembered, created a sensat'en
here two years and a-hulf ago by getting
into a etaobia aliray, is deaa. she wt,s
a ETenry county girl and was taken su;:
denlr ill with brain trouble in Kentuckv
and tbough brought north to her old
home in Cambridge, she never even re
giinei consciousness. And eo passed
aay one who might have achieved great
renown on the stage hl she been af
farced the cultivation necessary to ai 1
and direct the most brilliant favors of
nature. Eut she was a member of
poor family, and had not means to get a
proper training. Sbe had for a few
months previous to her demise, however
been in Boston attending a school o
ratory, and there she is thought to hive
applied herself too closely to study.
The Loral Market.
Business was aot vary brisk od Mariset tqaare t
day owipg to the threatning weather and pricei-
remain about the same as at the close of last
Grain Three loads of corostSSc: four loads o!
Feed Five loads of har tll lo f 18 per ton.
Produce Butter and egtcs remain at about the
fame figure. Batter 15 ceo la per pound: e?ira
li cents per dozen.
Whether on pleasure bent or business1.
should take on every trip a bottle- of
Syrup of Figs, as it acts most pleasantly
and effectually on the kidneys, liver and
bowels, preventing fevers, headaches and
other forms of sickness. For sale in 50c
and f 1 bottles by all leadine droeeists.
WAGES OF MINERS.
Facts from the Illinois
GAIN3 OF rrNDtTRGEOTHfD T0ILEES.
Figures That May He Depen.lml Vpon, '
Alien ing What the Collier Ha to Live
rpon-Few Full Month. Worked, the
ATfnee Rrl IiM, Uu Than Hlcb'-I
. . , ... , !
tMn Dan Ter Houth Tt Htahest ami
lwt Amoaita tarneH-The Ook.
?PRIS9F1ELD, Ills., June S. The sixth
biennial report of the bureau of labor,
rmmi.- i- nn- roiv U retains
a vast amount of information on subjects
Triirh hVA nevpr ln rrenfAil nf in fnrnuT
reports. An interesting section 1b that :
part showing the earnings of eoal miners
The period chosen by the
tion on this subject was the year immedi
ately preceding the great strike of IS?'.,
which was an average year, so far as were
concerned the time in which the miners
were employed anil the wages paid.
Eleven mine, well distributed over the
coal field of Illinois, were embraced in the
Had Acre to the llookft.
Access was h.vi to the books of the mine
operators and much information was
cleaned from the miners themsetvw. A
mine in Sangamon county was taken as an i
illustration. Tle smallest number ef men :
emplo-ed in cue given month was eighty
five, iu April; the krget uumK-r was
in Deceinher; the average number em-
ployed during the whole year ieiiig Vr'
During the year 210 different men worked
in the mineaniiSerent time. Only forty- j
five men worked eonttnuousiy through the
war. JJmnug tiie mmitu ot Juy at Clu.
mine iiiiR-ry-e;witi miors were ae vo get
an averrtt'e of i.5 days' work each; thev
mined a fraetim less han tkree tms ol
xal a day while at work, for which they
received an average of tl.s'i a day, or 6U).t.;
cah for their month's w(rk.
A iVeiMH-al Average struck.
Condtmir.; all thtf tctal ajui arvr
ac- t" a single cenrairizatiim for rt:e yw.i
tlie del;ictioi) it-t an average of l'tl
men obtaiiir"1 an average of 17.7 day-.'
work each per month, in which each
liikae-.l t.n nt cix.I, anl lor wlnca
each received ;''..7i5 pfr mimth for twelve
month, or H '. a ve.ir.The rojwirt shows
that the average wanes paid miners ea'i
month ilnrinj rhe vtr were as follows:
May, r.l: Jnu-. t-M.lC: July. ?i3.Civ. An
gu-t, --"J.ol: .ep;emtKT. Si.S: October.
41.54; Xovtn.lier. ? December.
January, s'-J'.'.'W: February. jK-.oi; March,
fJS.27, and April. '.CX. The yearly aver
age was SW.it a month.
The Highest for the Year.
The Lii;het avorsire yaM nt a.ny cire ot
tVe eleven riitiiT. 'u:'iii the yr:r w;,
c-,. a in vii. iwny.ii (in'ic wuicHHiaik.
tue montn oi ocioivr me average raa ae
hiA as V. The report shows that the
averi:e wavs 7eT day for the eleven mines
durilis the yeur was irai t"he arerace
work-inj; time iV'.irliiir the Tern was 15.-9
days per nmnth. The avsratre runaiuir
rime tluriUi; the year at the eleven mine
was 15.5 days per month, the averar pos
sible time lielus; ii.5 days.
Til i;vt and the M'orst.
All the figures vry for eeh sncceelhm '
month, the hiiAiet numtjer of workim; '
days in any niomh leiu S3.5. the larsres j
daily product ier capita uem a.2 tons,
and the hiphest earninsts beinp ?J.39 lr,
j i ,,.:.v,.t...
day and t4s.!3 rer mmith. un the other j
hand the shortest month's work was !.4
days, the lower-t averaue output Cil tons,
and the smallest ernincs 1.03 a day and ,
ji.'0.71 a month. ;
WILL CONTINUE THE FIGHT.
Worker!." I'likin Not Yet Done
w it Si the Coke Men. j
PlTTsr.rr.o. June Efforts will lie
made at once for the ccmtdule reorpairrea -
tionofriie u.iners iu the coke region ly
the United Miue Wrker of Amerk;c;
Vice Ire-iiut Priiiia, of that oryaniza- j
tinri. aid yrMenlay: 'Our ftalrt
apau.-t the cke operator. jiiur i
lie maintained as Knp us we j
caun(r-get our rights. The tiwttcaunot .n
evaded. 1 helieve ft will not he lont: before
there will lie inoriier strike in the repv'cs. J
The settlement at present is one j.ure .;
tUroiigu foixe. 'lhe men have uo ohiipa-!
tioji, mor.il or legal, to remain at work i
for turee rear-. A settieJiKnt like the pres
ent one wiii iicvcr remain in force.'"
Coalrnt Get shoptr Hoars.
Ekl. Pa., Junefr. The s-srike of plac
ing mill emp'oye for shorter hours,
which has ljeea in progress here since May
1, was declared oil ftturday. Soue of
the mills had conceded the nine-hour de
mand, but all will probably now return to
tan hours. Mill owners are reiuiriua;
former tuipioyes to withdraw from the
union beiore resumjup work. 1 1 car-
for nine hours has beu
Suerec-ful Strylae at Chicago.
Chicago, June . The strike of Ger
man ljakers. wiiich was inaujpurated at
iHidriight Sitturdiy. is pwietitaUy over,
lot) out of the lyj bosses conceding tk
etrikers' demands. Of the 1.20D men who
went on strike, JO have been tailed hack
to work, aud, it is expected, the remaining
4J0 will be at work by to-night.
Postmasters ia Lock.
Wa.sufnGTos City, June 8. As a result
ef the readjustment of postmasters' sala
ries the following, among others, wUl get
better paf hereafter: Chicag Peoria,
Quincy, Koekord and SpringUeld, Ills.;
Burlington, Cedar Kapidri, Council Bluffs,
Davenport; Dubuque aud Sioux CKy, Ia.;
Detroit, East Saginaw, and Kalamazoo,
Mich.; La Crosse and Milwaukee, Wts.
All these offices show an increase in busi
ness of from 4 per cent, at Council Bluffs
to 23 percent, at Sioux City.
Ieath of a Michigan Journalist.
Deteoit, June 8. Capt. George M.
Chester ,one of the best known newaspaper
men of Michigan, died here yesterday,
aged 52 years. He was connected with The
Detroit Free Press for mauy years. His
service was, however, interrupt-ed by a gal
lant career in the army, and by profes
sional work in other cities.
Terrorized by a Tiger.
Caethage, Ills., June 8. A strange
animal, supposed to be. a tiger, is terroris
ing Fulton county people, a-nd a number
of armed bands are bunting it down. The
animal is supposed to have escaped from a
ANSON'6 BASE BALL .'SLUT.1P."
Eastern C4ah lo TVrrlble Work with
l"hat Percentage Thw Score Record.
Chicago, June S. Thjre w weeping and
wailing and gnashing of teeth iu the base
ball crank camp in this city. For Lo! Wia
invincible colts, they who tnrvcl wilder
the wing of An-u, have Win terribty
shook irp so far during their trip east, the
"uk iereif being that, tliouph still in
the '" tlwS are bailly disftKUreil. The
percentage, wlkh at the ead of Vay SO,
loomed up with over 100 Doitxa to tbeJ
good, has dwindled ntil it now stands
v ' , . . . ,
but 29 above tha M;w orkers, and
rjrooklyn k done moat of U-Browklvu,
which was waiting along in seventh
plate, and ewn now can loast ot only one
step upward. Still "hope ses a star,"
and rerhaps the Chicago man may ha
LEAGUE. . ,i!v AltKRICJLX. .H,l'i-
Chlcaaro r.!Hj it'li Boston 'i: tS
New Vork i.'-l. .Swi St. Louis. .. .. a itK
I'Uilailelphiailils Baltimore 1 "Ol
Hostou tl'lil L';uunati in --1 -'
Cleveland... Si 3! .Sun ICotanibus. . . ' .17
Brooklyn ;3:j.4r lAthletir 21 Ul
lit fc-buiv . . . . ! K : . Louisville. ...jffl j
'iii:mHti H1 JT j : I Va-)iiinJlon..!l".' 't
WESXK3. jj!,tf ILI..-IA. L'O'eJJ ;
H: 'ttaiuwa. .
.517 P.ockford .
p.'! y ..
; lvmsas l it v..
i IH'iiver . . . .
. M. l"anl . .
. ! 14 ..Vii
'l:t HV. 4h
Jafi -.Vdar KauidsiU t7i.:tJ
SUT;! Aurora I s -i
I-ate Sere on the Diamond."
S.itunlayV Iieatte-eortareiven helow: I
At Ui.-tni Ho-iton a. Clevelau1 7; at Phil-!
a -ielphia PhikulelptU 3. I'iUshar at !
New rk New York 4. Cincinnati 0; at i
llrooklya Brooklyn t, Chicago '- i
AssoehUion: At 0)lumius Cohiuilm
t Athletic C; at Louisville Baltimore 7, j
Inisville at St. Loul; St. IjokU 11. i
Boston 10; Chiciiiu.iii-WflslHatou K-une
jot;fr!.iI r.rin. iSiuvhiyt at (.'oliimiui- j
Columlr. 1, Athletic 5: at lxnivrHe- !
I.oui- ilie i. Baltimore 4: rt St. Loni; j
St. l,ou; 5. Ii.ton ti; at Cincinnati Ciu- j
ciunari IS, Wiusbin-ton 1. i
Vestera cxtturdayi: At Deliver Kan
sas City Denver 1; at ?t. Paul Milwau
kee VJ. St. Pa-ul 5: b,ul weut!er posti.oiieil
i.rhr fames. SuB.layi: At St. Paul
if.lwawke St. P.tul3:U lK-nveT Kan
sas City IZ. D.nver 1; at Siuux Cit y !irr
gauiei MlniVfap-iliv 0. Sioux City 4: &xm-l
i;:tiiiei fiucijn..l:. 5. Sioux City 7;
l.incii-tm.U:a t':iaK-- loloned wet
IllinoU-Iowa All Snunh.y's (.'laus
po- ien V iii t leriHiji t w,-rt her.
vtnie Real I lorn- Uaeifls.
; Pai:k, X. V.. Jeae 8. Follow
ing i Sntaniay record out he race triwk
' here: Hi Highness. mile. ti.;4:
( L'kitrigu-'.ute, 1 mile. l:y-. Tamomny,
j f4 mile. Correction. "4 mile. 111'-;-
! 1m, 1 i miles, &!,: Tavitan. ,:; mile.
j j. UU!-, .in-ne. Tle r,u.e .etiut,'
.RiKitn nun; "iii. itjwvj . vi i uy nine WIS j
Jeartuiiv mw. Ille (ierK-. lo.: miles. w-
won I 'r?.h.4-l in SflV-,. wLic-h was about
ae fas a aur of the r;uvs.
CHTCAii. Juae S.ri;le i m made on the
TY-'-t r'ide track Saturday is given a. ftA
Lex UwrslJine. 1 ruiie, lr: Leaa Fray,
S' mile. J:20: lMukerton. 1 miles. 2:)ij;
Kuth. Js mile, 1:35: Ben March, 1
No Flae fr Sunday llase Ball.
Rickmoxd. Va June S. There will l e
no Sunday tames of base ball played on
rhe hisT-oric batrie field of Seven Pines.
;utu a uuurraumrDi,
l'"Jt public sentiment was decidedlv
i apaint it. The idea vw for the Associa- J
t:ou clubs to play Sunday games on ti.e :
f ormer !:-ek! it carn.tire. i
Itroke the YVorlls Ki-ronl. i
TiilNCEToN, X. J.. June . The annual i
Calelonia clas.- pames wci-e held Saturtlay.
But her Cary broke the world's record iu
the luyard dash, iuakiup tle di-tanoe ia
V. setonirs trains the w ind,
, MONUMENT TO GEN.
to Hi MiiBiM-r t-nTeile4l a4
yroKnisTOwx. r.. Juue 5. 5C..rri..town
was uivaIed Saturday bj- an army of vt
erau soldier- and i.l.iVO civilians who had
come to pay their res;ecrs K the memiry
-f the man who was twice pervrnor of
Pennsylvania aifl oim of the l.ravrs
s,r.diei of the Uuiou army M;:J. ti.
.Toiiu F. HartranK. The miiumt that
j h:is leen erectol by ubscrlpt ion of the
j National Guards of Pemisj lvwiiia to Ren.
UartrauK was uaveueu sit his tomb iu
Gov. IattlMii IresMld.
The iaraoV, under command of Gen. J.
P. S. trobiii, foraied nt 'J o'clock and
marched to t he cemetery where the cere
monies aite-.uant tu unveilinp of the
momwnuiit took (dace a 3 o'chck. Gov
ernor Pattisun ire.ided, and Gen. George
K. Snvwdeii. couimamler of the Xatiomtl
Guard, sp'k" in lehalf of t! .soldivrs, and
! Gen. Jam LattadeUvxrwl the aii!lness
oftW-daf". Tlie mi)uutl was unveiled
))v MV M.irgaret Xornh. d-ayiter ot
Col. Goje Sorth. wk-o has been ne of
the-most active in the raising f snbscrip
tious. Antrtlii r Line of Iutj- Caiae.
Washington Cirr, June 8. Assistant
Secretary Bussey has reversed the decision
of the commissioner of pensions, who re
jected the cVc.im of Anna T. Dye, mother
of George H. Dye, private Comiany D,
Forty-fifth Illinois volunteers. The sol-
,1 i or vi-TiiIa nn n f 11 rlrtu li n-,d tjiwtr
from bis hure, sustaining injuries which !
led to his detwh. The commissioner re- I
jected the elm hi on the ground that the I
soldier was not in the line of duty. CKm. j
Bussey, however, sustains the claim and I
holds that the accident occurred in the
line of duty. j
The Boss Liar Lives in Chill.
New York, June 8. A dispatch has i
been received at the Chilian legation in
this city from Chili, saying that the story
of a combat at Valparaiso between the
steamer Magallanes and three vessels of
the government on April. 28 is entirely
false. The Maeallantw is an old iron
vessel in a very bad condition and would
not dare to encounter even one of the
vessels of the government.
The Preacher Counterfeiter Coot Ir ted j
DCQfoix, Ills., June 8. The news of
the conviction of the preacher counter
feiters. Holmes and Yancil, has been re
ceived here. Both pleaded guftty. Holmes
receiving three years in the penitentiary
and Vanoil one year. While but a few
people here doubted their guilt, the entire
populace is surprised at the very light
sentence tly received.
C 1 1MTIRE
Unbleached tab'e linen
cents a yard.
Crash 3 cents a yard.
Checked apron ginghams
cents a yard.
j cenis a yara.
Dress ginghams in short ends
ally sold for 12 1-2 cents a yard.
Three Times as
JL any other similar esrabliftment in the city.
mm & SALZEM
Nos. 1525 and 1527 Second Avenue,
And Nos 124, 123 and V2S Sixteenth Street,
THAN ALL OTHERS
Wall paper Company
310, 312 and
ee Our Art
After Twenty Years in Davenport.
closing business. An opportunity extraordinary
to secure the Choicest Line of Goods
ever placed on sale in Davenport.
Entire Stock and Fixtures to be Closed
in 90 Days.
Store vacated for bank not having had an opportunity
of releasing. ,
Northwest corner Brady and Third Streets Davenport.
pure silk gloves
Boys' and Misses' heavy rib
bed hose, black, 10 cents.
I made, 50 cents.
ment in Mohair and sateens.
New "Wash goods in ginghams
i One price and that the lowest.
Large a Stock of
314 Twentieth St.