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TH: A It (t US, SATURDAY, JUNE -O 1891
B trans by the bunch at Boro's.
M. Lee Gilt is vlstting in Chicago.
Summer underwear at L'.oyd & Slew
Morris IiosccSeld is in Chicago on bus
ine. L'ght cots and v-ets at Lloyd & Stew
art'. J. M. Locs'ey wefct to Chicago last
Cars every half hu to fa tower to
morrow. Ladies' bei? acd sashes at Lloyd &
Gus. Tejeler wen? to Chicago this
Colored iabilee singers at the tower
William Lee. Jr.. of Cable, was ia the
Andrew DooalJson, of Rjr&l, was in
Jhe city today.
Lewis Wilson, of Rural, pM Rock 11
asd a visit todiy.
William Parks, of EJginjj'on, was in
Rock Island tody.
First plums cf tie season ani new
fruits at Boro's.
The cheapest place to buy a hamcuock
is at Crampton's.
Lamont Ltffiagwell, of Port Bjr?n, was
in the city yesterday.
H. C. Decisis, f Lexington, Ky., is in
the city visiting friends.
J. M. Buford left this mornicg oa a
Tisit to friends in Chicaso.
P. J. Culligaa left list evening on a
visit to friends ia Chicago.
George Allen, of Port Bjroo, w&s in
V)wn yesterday busiaess.
Umbrella repairing Xo. 219 Tsrealieth
street. All work guaranteed.
Those 1.25 high back rockers at Kann
i Huckstaedt's are goto? lively.
The fiaest property oa Twenty-third
treet for sale fcy G.W. D. Harris.
Ladus, vou cucht to see those lawn
tennis caps at fckyd & Stewart's.
New books in piper and cloth bindins;
for sumcer readies; at R Crampton's
W. L. Baldwin of Bcllevue. Iowa, was
in the city yesurday YSsftinsr friends.
Wanted A situation as clerk or office
Vy. Inquire at 1231 Sixth avenue.'
Miss Vaica Peas?, of Savanna, is here
v.siticg her s.uct, Mrs. Bert Stemmer.
Vocal and instrumental music by the
colored quartette at the tower tomorrow.
To enj iy life pet one cf ttose luxuriant
hma9cts and ecteruiaioj b)oks at R.
Cramptna 5: Cos.
Jck Grehey, the piouUr engineer on
the R ck Island, is ia D.-ovwr oa aa ex
icDded visit to friends.
Si Gjt. Joha P. St. John will speak
afternoon acd even:rg. Tuesday. June
23, ia Harper's theatre.
George Sturn, prescription clerk, tt
SpeideT drus s'.ore. left last evening oa
a visit to Lis Lome ia Kansas.
Jo'ua Frost, of Cable, passed through
Hie city today cm his way home from a
meeting of the U. A- O. D. at Chicago.
Miss Marion LTSell, who has been
visiting at the residence of E. D. Sweeney,
returned to her home ia Chicago this
Go had enjoy the iubilee singing by
ihe colored singers at the Watch tower
Fred Alter. Rock Island's ekillf 1 art.
1st, his received -Ue contract for repaint
ing the dials on the arsenal clock oa the
point of Rock Llacd. . .
Sberi.fi Gordon was ia Mo'.ine this af
ternoon serving the warrants on the per
sons charged with gambling whose
aarcea appeared in Ths Auto a few
A new two story house, six rooms and
bath rocta, front and back porch, well
furaiihed throughout. Large lot, trees,
etc., nicely located oa Twelfth street, for
sale by G. W. D. Harris-
A good house of nine rooms, with
modern conveniences, good cellar and
karn; lot 75x140, in r.ne of the be-t
neighborhoods in tha upoer part of the
city, fur sa:e by G. W. D Harris.
G. H. KaitenbacL, Las returned from
St. Stephen's college at Antiendale. New
Tork. where he Las been preparing him
self for the ministry, and will spend the
summer with Rev. R F.. Sweet at Trinity
The third biennial meeting of the
Illinois Music Teachers' association wiil
be held at Jacksonville June 30, snd July
1 and 2. Prof. G. It. Housel, of this
eity, is one of the vice presidents of the
At Storm Lake. I jwa. June 6, occurred
the marriage of Miss Nellie R. Hayes,
daughter of W.H. Hayes.of this ciiy,and
former teacher in the Rock Island High
school, to Arthur Stevens, of Omaha. The
people of Rock Island congratulate the
Used in Millions of Homes
bride no more than they do the for .uaate
Clem inn A Salzmann, the well known
furniture and Cirpet dealers, arc still
keeping things looking lively at their
mammoth establishment. Hivinj the
lhrzc-t st-vk and cocsi q'l-n'.Iy com b cod
ing the lowest jfvicfcs is what te.'.is the
The two old staadbys, Sluitr and
Moody, the long time drivers oti the
Moline & Rock Island lines, and now
both motormen, are both back on tie re d
line. They are good motorie:rs,
and well liked along tbe line as well.
Roswell Richmond yesterday swore out
a warrant before Magistrate 'iVivill
charging Andrew Paulson and Gas Turn
bloom with destroying and severing
strawberries from the vines on Lis lind,
and this morning they pleaded guilty and
were fined $3 and costs each.
Ferdinand Holdorf this morning lot the
contract to Heidtmn Schroeder for a
two story building to cost S2.00J. t be
erected on Seventh avenue and Fifteenth
street on a lot on the Bi'ley Dive:iport
premises, aad which he will occupy as a
salooa whea completed
Taj musical entertainment given last
evening at the First Biptist church by the
Rock Island Society of Vocal Culture
under the direction of Prof. Hjr.siugh.
drew a large audieuce and proved of the
highest.order of merit in every way. The
vocal solos by Mrs. Taylor and Prof.
HaTtough, aad the instrumental se!ec-
tiocs by Mrs. Tremaan, Miss Treuann
and Prof. S. T. Bowlby were all r chly
Tne atoara Of 3I1.-.ioos.
Te diecesaa board of mlssiats oi tie
diocese of Q liacy, will hold its quarterly
meeting ia Triaity church, commecciag
with a busiaess meeting at 3 p. m , Tues
dsy. Rev. R F. Sweet, dean, has is
sued a circul r setting f oith the order of
exercises as foilaws:
Tuesday 3 d. m. Busintss meeting.
7.30 p. ra. Evea song, with semon
by the bishop of Iowa, on Missiot.ray
W'nrk in the Miss:ss;ppi Vailey.
The Rock Island deanery will convene
on Wednesday, June 24
7 a. m. Celebration.
9 a. m.L;tany, celebration, with es
ssy by Rev. H. C. E Costeiie, oa "Pray
ers for the Departed. "
2 p. m. Busiaess Meeting.
7.30 p. m Evea sons, with adJrts-ies.
"The Social Element ia Religion," bv W.
H. Boni'sce "The El-ments of W or
ship in Religion," by Rev. S.daey E
Thursday, 7 a. m. Celebration.
Onr Industrial Uom.
The Rock Island Industrial Home aso
ciitioa, met last evening and elected fa
cers for the ensuing year as follows-:
President T. A Pender
Vice-President George Bsracs.
Treasurer Joseph Groteeut.
Secretary T. F. Wheelan.
D.rectors T. A. Pender. Georce
Barnes, Joseph Grotegut. T. F. Wheel m,
J. T. Stephens, P. J Cary, R. Geiter,
Ham'in Hull, John Fianigaa, H- B s
tock. Pa'rick Roocey, Edward Biue-s-ntld.
Tor Over Fifty Yean
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup l.as
been used by millions of mothers for
their children while teething. If riis
burbtd at night and broken of your r;s
by a sick child suffering and cryic2 w .th
pain of cutting teeth send at once and ret
a bottle of "Mr. Wicsiow's Soothiag
Syrup" for children teething. It will re
litve tbe poor little sufferer immediate' y.
Depend upon it. mothers, thexeis no m t
take about it. It cures diarrhoea, reg
lates the stomach and bowels, cures wi ld
colic, snftens the gums. reduc6 inflamaia
tioa and gives torie and enersiy to tae
wholf- system. "Mrs Winslow's Snotblns
Symp" lor children teething is pleasant
to the ttte and the trepcripticn vf one
of ; tie oldest and exale physicians
ac! nurses in the United St.h'es. 'Soid by
all drugnis's throughout the world. Prie
twecry-ve cents a bottle. Be sure ar.d
ask for "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syru?.
For the republican state convention to
be held at Cedar RiDid-. Iowa. July :,
the Burlincton, Cedar Ripiis & X.irth'
era railway will make a rate of one fre
for the round trip from all its Iowa s:a
tions; and this railwuy will aho make a
rite of one fre for tie roued trip, ani
sell excursion tickets from a'l Doints oa
i's line rn the occasion of the Fourth r f
July. For rates of fsre, dttes of sali ,
and all o'hfr iifcrm;tia, cail on or ad
dress any ticket agent of this company
J. E Hannegaw,
Gen'l Tkt. fc Pss. Act.
Ia former ages, when men were more at
the mercy of tbe elements than they now
are, the great masses of population were
located in warm countries. They swarmed
In the lands where they needed litlla
shelter and little clothing, whila the cold
northern countries were thinly populated.
manufacture abont 19,000,000,000 of thetw '
turmnuuve Dut useful articlee every year.
Thk is a pin a day for eacfe iahabitant.
From an idol of the sun comes Sunday:
or, in other worda, upon the day we now
hold sacred as tb Sabbath the ancientfc
worshlred the unn.
40 Years the Standard.
WENT MAD IN JAIL.
Sequel to the Love
A STERN AND IMPLACABLE PARENT.
Elopement, Captnre and a 31 at Bride-
groom-Young Mollaj'i rerulUr Ca
MI ,mm Mairrt'n Ilni ark able
.Will and lu Novel ltquot and Con-
ditloiis A M'eddtng That Did No
t ome Off for Want of the Young Mas
MmniFTmrx- v v t,., o.i tv, n
-MIDPLET0W, N Y., June 9k-DeviUa
tccleston is a well-to-do farmer of th
- - ua? a 'l r l UUU
well-educated daughter, Fiona, 15 yeaw
oUL He had rn his employ as a farm hand
a good-looking young fellow, Want-a Mc-
Vitiie. without money or culture and not
yet ot age. Miss Mora and Warren le- rr.ESTOX, Ia., June 2X-Vhile Joe Mev
came lovers, and, knowing that the girls , ers, living two miles from town, was di"-
parents would not consent to a match,
they determined to elope ami get married
as best they could. One night recently
me elopers. He h;id the trrooui arrested
for the alletred abduction of a child under
The BriJecrooui t.I.
The youth was unable to furnish lil,
and was taken from his weeping and dis
tracted bride, aud ojmmiUed to the coun
ty j.tii at AonncTi to awrlt trial. Tlie
iruiilacable n.Wnt .k
dr.- )7n -1 ,7VT r Z , I w K"e apiH-arance. 1 Ue li.iuiU looked ke
droxe iwst-haj.e to Norwich, where they ruilk and tasted like milk. Mr Meyer
where she has since rx-mained in strict viciou, and depra. i, y. SLe
elusion. Suddenly, on Mondav Ut, ht' .,UUul'r arrt'st for Lor' "t'". ut
became violently insane, gesticulating I aIs0 charped with arson and niur
wildly, and filling the jail with his frantic ' l5er- Within three months slie is said to
cries. He imagined that some one was I av niarried an old farmer, burned down
murdering his bride, and he shrieked and ' louse, mill and barn, roasted his weak
raved in wild agony. Physicians stated J mfndxl son 50 death rn one of ler fires,
that Le was suffeoiog fiom acute nwaia, wound rj by runntng off with a Ntwbiirg
andpecom mended that
t be be snt n tire
state s hospital for the
insane,- He was
taken there in irons.
LEFT A PECULIAR WILL.
- 7r"'" ""u'r'uif1'1
c " fl'irt-
TKACTsE, X. ., June ?he wUl at
Eaima Mairet, who died here recntly,wa3
filed la the surrogate's orEse this week.
Mot of the dead woman's money goes to
relatives in France, of wtich coimtry she
w.i- a native, although the executors p4
each, aud Fannie E. Wojd, of Ccntr:J '
sjuare, is to Lave tto including sfx raias
or Mi Mairet s best totton stoekfc.
Miss .Vairet was vcrv rarticnlar abiHii Oip
care of her graw. Execntor FJliot is to
visit it three times during the coming
summer. Mis Iielev, of Coitc. U to ct
the interest on $.VH for visiting the grave
e.ery three wevis during tle same time,
llre t.miu for 1 lower Culture.
irhe is also to covertlie plants witUstraw
in the fall ia order that thry may survive
the winter, but the pints and swevt Wilt
iams are to be covered lightly, and hey
are to Vie unco"ered every spring abont
the 1st of May. Miss lJeley is to take up
tlje gladiolus lufore the tirst hard frost,
tut them hnlf o:T, and hang them in a dry
place until the tops are dry. In the mid
dle of the next May she rs to set the.m out
at a depth of three and a half inches. If
Miss lieley neglects her duties in any way
s.e is to lie li.-charged wiUiout nav and
competent person appointed in her place. '
M Ncr llane4us Leaelr. J
Jophie Miller, of tVntral square, getj a
French dictionary, out-half the canned
fruit and jellies an album, quilt, one red
aud blue w heel quilt and a comfort tilled '
with wonl and tied with small pieces of '
black calico A nuralper of other resi-'
dents of Central srjuare are presented with
ac.urately described hosiery aad be.l'iuilts,
the wife of Kev. C. A. J-lone. of Walton.
X. Y., getting six pair of Miss Main'
best woolen stoekinrs. 1
CASE OF YOUNG
lleirecl lUihlwr Arkuonlvtirt
ini; a light with Htm.
New Yoi:v. June Jo.--The uiysteriois '
ca.se of young David Molloy, the son of
William MtJhjy, sueretary to Dtirll D:i,l
ley Field, who started out in good hearth '
hit Monday morning to collect rents for
his father, and who w-as found later deaf
aad dumb and minus his watch and .'4s
in collectioiis.cjuiie np fn tin- Tmlis police
court Thurwlaj-. Tlie four men who were
wi:k 1 in Pell street, where I was a.- j
saulted. had been arrested, and they told
same tale of how they ha-i mot Mollbv
IV11 street doorway making signs to '
IH-f and IhiubAWn They ?liX Him.
Thevsaw that lie vvns deaf and dumb. 1
but answered written Questions, whkh '
were oa verv queer nature. He got into '
a qjiirrrel. and was struck by one of them, t sniendwl game bill juissed Ixuh house. It
His watch fell out of his pocket, and rhev make.s the deer sh.xting sva-on from Sept.
ryAed it np. That was all they kuew. ! i5 fo in the upper peninsula, and
Thy were held in sl.ooo tmli It j- examiua- J f0111 "iov- r' to "v- - in h- lower peiiin
tion on Monday afternoon. Molk-y. who sula.
was very nervous, could no evt-n identify
the man who acknowledged hitting him. i
His father said that he iiad always en-
joyed good health up to last Monday, and
had Lever had any trouble with his soeech
had Lever I
Horse Tluef and Mlsrrront,
Denver, June 20. Yostcday afternoon
a horse thief stole a horse aud buggy from
a hitching post on Larimer stret t. He
drove to the town of Highlands, a suburb
of Denver, where he induced tbe little
6-jear-old daughter of W. D. Clark to get
into the buggy to take a ride with him.
He then drove to a lonely spot, where he
attempted to outrage the little girL Her
screams attracted pa.-wer-by, and he
whipped up the horse and drove back to
town. He tied the animal to a tree and
made his escape, leaving the child, insensi
ble from his brutal treatment, hying in the
buggy, where she was found an hour later.
Tbe B r i hroo m tame Not.
Toleiw, O., June 20. Chrlea Dollisrjn.
was engaged to wed Hiss Delia Moore, the
daughter of prominent people and a soci
ety favorite. All preparations had been
made for tbe nuptials Thursday night,
the guests were on band, and the minister
waiting, Finally a note from the delayed
lover came saying that he had been called
to Pittsburg by the illness of bis mother.
The guests were dismiwed, and Pa;a
Moore began an investigation, which re
sulted in showing that Doiliaon had not
procured a license and that his mother hid
died long ago. i
A Dos in "Cahoots', with Daral-jn.
Boston, Jane 29. For some time bur
glars have been operating out at Brook
lice. They own a team and when dis
turbed drive off with a rush. Thursday
niKht the burglars vere aeea by an officer,
wto shadowed them. They got to wort
and the officer was quietly approaching,
when within a few rod of the bouse he
was brought to a halt by a large dog.
j which sprang tu front of him, growling
( savagely. The offiwr f.hot the dog, but
it ue nurse made bv tl
4"atly a warning to the unknown visitors,
! who m:ii1 ilnxir ocm,
- . .
J A Thler Makrs ItPKtltntlon.
Vaxdaua, Mo., June 2X-Ia the fall of
1 the post office at this place and G. W.
! Daniels' dry-goods store ve re ech robbed
' ' money aad othar valuables, the latter's
1 loss mounting to about jt!l Thursilajr
j IMuWls received from Chicago by express
a P?? containing a silk plu-h clonk
which was among the articles stolen. The
package, was aec.mipanie.1 by a letter
"mrv 1 ' U 1 1 1 ( i 11 Lit 1, III WLT1CU IK3
writer acknowk'Jsed eonrplfcity iu the
j ""kT and expressed rvpmtance and
' ked t0T forgiverre
Found a Well of Milk.
gmg a welloa his farm, he struck a flow
of water at a depth of l: feet. The liquid
was at first clear, but changed to a milky
Durance Vile on Charset of Arson aud
N'EWDrno. X. V., June a.W There is a
(jirl ia juil at Xewburir who, if aN the
eliarce asainsi her are true, is the incar-
t " 1 uer nne lrue. JS xi;e
J ',rrT ra.aui Sumy, mI trtKha thm
' or other horses and a wagon.
KtiKlIng His Gvmratt In Frenzy.
The girl was arrested in Xewburg Thurs
day night on a charge of grand larwny on
1 Hrojwiway liveryman, and sbe tnen gave
I ? name of .Tenaie Willms(. In her
j at the pilice station the acted w ildly
. at tjrns and tore p bT white apron and
I hosivry in what seemed to be a frenzy of
' insanity. Her husband declares that
! i- "t4:i:"rui.'J lanacy and th:K she U a
DEATH ON THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL.
sl, PerMlw R.rtrd KjUrd nnd
T ent j
' Vnr a,,.,v. TUn"' t-
I N Je .-Tne ft e.v
! press tr;ua oa the I-linois Central railroad
due bene at ..-A) p. m., passed Kenner':
station nearly two
hours U-hhud time.
that point, aud an
equal disttice from this city, the train
wa- wreclced. S?x persons, it is reported,
were killed, and twenty more injure.1. A
relief train Las ln sent to the scene o
the accident w-ith riix-t.irs and a ntsmljer of
anibulaiic-es ordered to the station to re
ceivv anl convey the wounded to the hos
pital. The wntk knockek down all tht
wires of tw Wr.-.'ern Vniun company on
th Illinois Central railroad, cutting ofl
telegraph communication with Kenner.
The wreck occurred near the old tfauve
NO UNION OF TELEGRAPHERS.
A Difficulty Arl-e Thnt Iot)ouc tli
yii e for a Vnr.
Si. IX'l Is, June 0J It is definitely set
tled That the Order of Railway Telegra
phers and the Brotherhood of . Telegra
phers will not coti.-j!id:Ue. at least l'.jr a
yesir. The committee having the matter
in caarec r,rteti 10 tne convention yes-
leruaj 1 nai 1 aey were unatue to rvacu a
mutual as--reei:ier.t. and the CHmmittwwas
di-harge-l. Tiie main rock upon which
the committee split was the eligibility
clan--. tSe railway men insisting that no
operator was quahrieii K.r membership in
iie organ iit ion titttn after three years'
-rviee, nun tne i5rotuertioHl peopie eou-
.cTiding tlwit one year should be sulbx-ient
tte Michiiran Lawmakers.
Lansing, Mich.. June 2i'i. The senate
yesterday pased tilis reapportioning U)th
the congressiomil and senatorial districts.
rores of change Iive lx-eii m;ie iu the
bills since they wne int rudiKvd. hut t!
result is now satisfactory to all th
f'r!; of tl,e majority.und the bills will puss
the boose without opjK.sititm. "The senate
p.asstii tlie Ijonse bill consolidating the
management of three state institutions
including tl Coldwater school for de
Intlent children. ?y placing them in
chanreof one central board of control. Tlie
A Tenihly liereaved Mother.
Ralkigh. X. C. June 3 Mrs.
Glennan, wife of Passed Assistant Stir-
Pl0n tdennan, I u:tod states navy, arrived
at Italeigb last week fpom Washington
with four children. Ruse, 5 years old,
had a cane of diphtheria, and (Hed Mini
day evening. Pansy, 3 years old, died of
the same disewse Friday afternoon; Ken
neth is now at dedth's door, and the re
maining child has the disease.
Iiad Kmxigh for Goodenouj-h.
Owaha, June 20. Goodeuough, of the
Dulnth ball team, is m jail for assault
with intent to kill. While drinking he
walked into the hotel barber shop and
asked the head man, "Are you a barber or
a butcher?" On receiving a reply, he got
into a chair, but a moment later jumped
Bp, and with the words "I guess you are a
butter." felled the man with a heavy
ehair. Tbe barber is dangerously hurt.
Slavin Wait for John t' Friend.
Xew York, June 20. Jim Wakely was
to have met in conference with Slavin and
Mitchell at the St. James hotel between 11
aad 12 last night to make arrangements
for a meeting between Sullivan and
Slavin. Slavin and his friends were at
the hotel, but Wakely was not. At 1:30
o'clock this morning the party was still
waiting in the cafe of the Hotel Marlbor
ough, (Mbaen Caae Postpoood.
Chicago, June 20, The hearing of the
ttae caw against Crecrye J. Giiiwn, who
la indicted and accused f designing to
blow up the obufeldt distillery was ves
terday postponed until next week. The
ease was set before Judge Ket telle, but
Qibson wants some other judge to try it.
TOTAL DEPRAVITY IN A
1 1 ' - 1 - ' .
Pi1 c NTIRE
1-One case Bates White Bed
87 Cents Each.
Only 60 oi them, wont last
long at 87 cents. We bought this
case at a very low price and pro
pose to give the public a benefit.
ARE NOW SHOWING
Three Times as
As aaj other similar esrablishment In the city
GLEMANN & SALZMANN,
I ?2 c and 1
Alld Xcs 124. itnl 1-? SivtArttV. Strat
THAN ALL OTHERS
Wall paper Company,
310,312 and 314
ee Our Art
B. F. DeGEAR,
Office and Shop Corner Seventeenth 6k . i & T t, Tdonr
and Seventh Avenue, S XVOCK ISiailU.
WT"A!i klBc"i ( carpenter work a specialty. pin tad eImUt for aH kicd of bailfiir"
for<&ea an application.
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
Cornsr Twenty-third street and Foarth areoae, - . - - BOCK ISLAND, ILL.
J. T. RYAN,
i urn oouee nas jn. Den rentttd tUrongont
- 1W per day boiu and
2-Japanese Fans. Just ope
a case of Japanese Fans cheato
find iMl4i'. r
MUd.uu.es. etyies all ct.o:,
rnces lower than usual.
3 Ladies' Laundried
waists in white and
3 Splendid assortment
black wash fabrics in plain.rai
stripes, checks, etc. Prices to
all pocket bocks.
Large a Stock of
and is now In A No. I condition. It U a first- Carl
a desirable family hotel.