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TttK ABGU8. SATUKDAY, AUGUST 22 1891.
Ica cream sod, at Thomas'.
Root beer, at Thomas' fountain.
Hyer'a Sisters at the theatre tonight.
Try a crushed vilet phoiphate. at
Morris Rosenfield lost a flue Jersey cow
leaches and ice cream soda, at
The season cf the county fair is ap
proaching. ' - !
James Taylor, of Taylor Ridge, was in
tne city today, :
Fruit phospates, all flavors, at Thomas
new fountain. - V
H. J. Lowrey,f Chicago, is spending
the day in the city.
The wonderful Hyer's Sisters at Hars
per s theatre tonight.
h. F. Mills, of Wilton. Iowa, spent
yesterday ia the city.
Miss Alice Schall, of Coe, is visiting
with fiiecdj in the city.
J. D. Zeigler, of Indianapolis, is in the
city on a short visit to friends.
Supervisor S. W. Heath, of Bowling,
paid Rock Island a visit today.'
Fay Ilarper and Oscar Schmidt will en
tertain the Avon club on Monday even
ing. Iloppe, the tailor has been busy this
week unpacking a carload of imported
Found A new, seat spring. Owner
can have same by calling at this office ana
The latest in folding beds, something
entirely new, at Clemann A.Salzmann's.
Call and see them.
Order a reed chair, made just as you
want it. at the factory, 231 East Fourth
Mrs. B. C. Harti and daughter left on
the St. Paul this morning for Dubuque
to visit relatives.
Darkey melodies, rich and original,
and rendered only as the colored race
can at Harper's theatre tonight. i
. If you are looking for bargains in par
lor suits, bed roc m suits, dining rocm
suits, sail at Clemann & Salzmann's.
Baby bucclcs acd rood &iL-s
cheap at the factory. Call snd t
prices at 221 Est Fourth street, Daven
Now is the time to select carpets. The
finest assortment that has ever been shown
in the three cities at Clemann & Salz
matin's. 1 ' ' ' -
Fashionable dressmaking and domestic
sewing; patterns and lining cut to order
by Miss Sutherland, 531 Fourteenth
The ladies of the Broadway church
have postponed their soc iable from Tues
day to Thursday night on account of the
business men's banquet at the Harper.
John Mager and' a force of men are
busy putting the iron arches at the Third
avenue entrances to S pencer sq uare . They
will be in place by tonight then all will
be nicely painted.
Rev. T. W. Grafton returned last eve
ningjTjom Colorado where he has been
camping1 in the mountains for several
weeks. Mrs. Grafton and child will re
turn the coming week.
There was a smallfire just over the line
in Moline last night, a house belonging to
Jsicho'aa Witamuth being damaged to the
extent of about $300. which however,
was fuliy covered by insurance.
The work of overhauling the First
Baptist church which has been going on
f or some lime is now nearing completion
and tf. has accordingly been decided to
hold the opening services on Sunday
F. T., Woodyatt has gone to Morrison
to spend Sinday with friends and also to
look after some - business matters, and
when he returns it ' is understood there
will be a change in a prominent business
house in Rock Island.
The street car conspany his secured
another good man in W. V. Stafford,
formerly assistant shipping clerk at the
Rock Island plow works, and who is now
on the blue line learning the mechanism of
electric motive power.
E 1 wards & Walsh expect to begin the
paving of Market square the middle of
next week. The firm continues to make
rapid progress on its Moline avenue con
tract east of Twenty-sixth street.
Hartz & Babnsen have just received a
shipment of the celebrated "Public De
mand" cigars, of which they have sole
control. The "Public Demand" cigar
has a long Havanna filler and Sumatra
wrapper and is undoubtedly one of the
finest 5 cent cigars in the m irket.
The 8 witch is being put in on Ninteenth
street south of Second avenue, to enable
the runningM Ihe' elootric cars on the
Milan road around to. fhat point and
back, and switch the trailers back before
returning. This arrangement will be
adhered to un til the curves arrive for
Seveat&mlb street and Third avenue and
Kinteen .h street and Third avenue.
Indications are that this year's Daven
port riri'r carnival will be one of the
most brilliant spectacles ever seen in the
Mississippi valley, not excluding the fa
mous Si Louia Veiicd Prophet pageant
and '.he Xew Orlctns winter Mardi Gras
A day or two ago Mrs. William Runge,
residing oa Ninth street, became de
spondent and attempted euicide by swal
lowing a dose of corrosive sublimate.
Medical aid was immediately summoned,
and antidotes administered, and the lady
has now entirely recovered.
A par .y of about 40 from this city and
Davenport chartered the steamer Freddie
last evetiing for a trip down the river
Notwithstanding that the weather was
somewhitt cool for a boat ride, the party
managed to make themselves comfortable
and an exceedingly pleasant time was
had by all.
Marvin Beardsley while working on a
barn, at bis home on First ayenue, this
morning in some way lost his footing anl
fell to the ground a distance of 20 feet.
He struck squarely upon his feet and
aside from a very severe shock he was
not otherwise injured.
Postnc aster Wells has received a notice
from the pnstc ffloe department with re
gard to tin sub-postoffice station at Eim
street, at Ling for statistics of population j
and procable expense, and stating that if
the expense Involved is not excessive the
convenience will be granted. The new
postofflc will be located in Schroeder's
grocery, if approved.
J. M. Buford and wife have returned
from the.r delightful trip to Colorado
Springs.Manitau.Denver.and Pike's Peak.
Mr. and Mrs. Buford were accompanied
by Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Cable. The lat-
ters' son, Hiram, is vice president and
general manager of the Pike's Peak rail
way, and is getting along finely in the
The street car company is dilatory
about raising its track along Second
.avenue in places where it has stirk
There is very little or this work to he.
done, ane inasmuch as the city has a man
straightening out the other depressions,
there would be a saving all around in
baying this matter attended to without
delay, just as there would if that objec
tionable pieoe of track on Seventeenth
street had been taken out while the street
iw torn ttp for putting in the curves con
necting tie Second avenue tracks with
the Milan line.
The Moline Dispatch says: "A num
ber of Mcline people started yesterday
for the camp meeting grounds, but ar
rived in Milan when it was raining heav
ily. Finding that they would have to
wade through the mud for a longdistance
between the end of the street car linet
and the point from which the hack
starts, abandoned their , purpose and
returned on the same car from Milan."
All this w ill be saved when the camp
grounds bre located conyenient to all
near the Watch tower.
The sixth annual reunion of the Ninth
Illinois Cavalry Veterans' association,
which wss composed nearly entirely of
111 inois companies, with two only from
Indiana, is to be held at Valparaiso.
Ind . Sept. 9 and 10. It will also be the
30;h anniversary of the organization of
the regiment, which it will be remember
ed met in Rock Island a few years ago,
at which time Col. H. B. Burgh, of this
city, was president. An invitation is
also extended to the Second Iowa cavalry
with which the Ninth Illinois was closely
allied during the war, to join in the re
union at Valparaiso.
Prof. V. R. Gould returned last eye
uieg fron Keiihsburg where at 6:30
Tinrdsy afternoon he made what might
be termed a "dare-devil" jump. He made
the ascenttion 800 feet in a balloon with a
hole in it, a 37 foot rip being made as the
air ship started. The leap however was
a success, Mr. Gould landing in a bed of
rosea in a yard a short distance from the
starting paint and the aeronaut was pre
sented wi:.h a bouquet of roses before leav
ing the r remises. Mr. GouIJ was de
tained af tir his feat to prosecute a scamp
who cut cne of his guy lines while his
balloon was beiDg inflated. The mis
creant wn fined to the full extent of the
law, 825 and costs. Prof. Eddy, of
Quincy, aisistcd Prof. Gould in getting
the balloon in shape. Messrs Gould and
EJdy will give a balloon race at Keiths
burg Sept 6.
B. Birktmfeld oilers for sale bis "entire
stock of tooks, stationery, confectionery
and toys, ice cream parlors and ' fixtures
complete. Also his property for sale or
rent for any number of years to suit
Embarrassment of the Ameri
can Wheel Co.
THE PRESIDE IT GOES FISHING.
lie Also Names a Haby and Acta a
C ufHtl.er Thereto.
Sa:;.iT. V. Y... Au r. s? rw-idont'
i llnnioou uciit, u.;iim y ester-Uy at a l.uke
near JiMgp .Ve.M.-'ms' rvpidence, about
Hovra mil.'a IVom Mt. MaGrecor. anil there
IJtixi OUjiLiLiiJ Vi ILij PUuL THSGUGKi wm init-rvn.iax nMiJuut ; .oiiiivuvvd with
Ivv-o ax inii v -vfeitua, i i4viuv;u K "iiiivv-i . tt II u
the trip. Among the guests at Judge Ma
I ......... ti.r. taw I A M,... f
So Say the Mea Who Are N..w at the 1 h0"" Were th" ki,T- Mr- Allen, of
H - , , : ElizatjC'h. X. J., .dd ttij wi'o, ail with
eaa or Afrair The 1'rincinal Stork- it .1 . I . ,,
. , . , thorn wit- their Iwby, 8 mom lis out. The
holder, Gathering at Chicago for Cm-; parents were UMble 6elwt B n.,me (or
fereace-Reeeiver Butler Goe to Work their child, and n their extremity they
oa Rii Big Financial Job Reiump-: came to the president aud askfd him to
lion nf Bosioeu Confidently Expected I choose one from a list of names. He sa
in a Short Time. I lected Marguerite, and MurKaorUeThornp.
Cnimnn a :.- n,i,...wii. son Allen was hnjit ised, and Mr Harrison
CHICAGO. Aus. ;2 -Although the affairs became her o4aUer.
ot the American Wheel company, w hich I Haa Good I.uok with Pickerel.
has iut passed into the hands of a re- The result of the fishing expedition
ceiver, remain in an uncertain condition were not all that could be wished, for a
and will so remain for several davs at ' -,ro,,K wind roughened rtio purf.tce c the
least.it is still asserted, and with every ,!ike """l. drove the fl;-h luto deep water,
indication or truth, that none of thecrcd-' , i ,u ' - 2 """-r" l'"
Itnra niii . v: . iii .i" iiiieiiiljer o the paity, w uioh was due to
liorswm lose a penny. t or will the cu-- i . . . . . . , - , , .
, ... ..F 1 , "'ecu, , tlie fHct that his gUIje was Jmie Me-
tomers of the big concern, who w?re ex-1 a.i,,,.., ... .iir,. v.Jr tt nt fK rt
iremeiy solicitous over the question of , familiar. The president was out for
supplies, be disappointed. It is not sur-J nearly two and a half hours, and wheu
prising that they should have been anx- j Mr. McAdaui brought the bont up to the
ious, as ine emoarrassci company, since
Us organization in 1S89, has been furnish. '
tng wheels for nearly every vehicle inana- j
factnrer in the country. I
Receiver Until r at Ills Tost.
lean Wheel company property, is iu this
city, aud will remain for a week r mors
irepare himself to admin- """"k P'0"isc,y uccoraieu Ai tne
Iu Illinois, aithoush the h short speech and later
iv. .1 held an informal reception ..on tne notel
elocal in Chicago, the ,.i,. s!lHklIig llHn(,4lw ith a !arge ,.llm.
laiiilmj; uis littie tl.tuu.aer, h sat in
the bow, held up :i very creditable looking
I string 01 1'H.itt'rel.
Kei Pi tiffn kt Saratoga.
The president and porty arrived here at
: 3:.r5 i. m.. auil was wi'U:ii!niil hv a rlip.r.
Noble C. Butler, receiver of the Amer- : ing crowd ot several thousands. He was
escorted to the Grand Union hotel bv
' militia. Grand Army posts aud the JelTer-
to examine The accounts at the i?.-nral ' 8011 (Uemnorat) club, the line of march
cfli'xss here and nrenare himself tnadtnin- tuviun been profusely decorated At. the
lster the estate.
.w..s, ,.,sz71,. shnking liHnd4 with a large
77' . . . ery mUCU ',rl,r- '. ber of people. Colonel Foster arrived las
. .-ir. nu.iers nonn nas tnerctore beca 'ev nm and held a coi.re.-ence with liie
fixer) et only f-,.K. fn Indiana, where iv.-ii H.i s.ivj !,;s l.u.-,ii;.?--uota-
the company owns $l,5o0,oa) worth of pro- ! ,US 10 Jo with the Swinish treaty.
f"rn;n JfK '1 f1 !' i The rrcsldentto Vi,it II ar irarborT"
tJOO.O.W in Michigan The receiver was re- i,.,,,, . c
quired to furnish surety for MW.000. Ha T , . M"- .A- ' -etary
already q-ialifiedin those jmi-iiiotis, Tracy ha been negotiating to have ti.e
and will u so iu the others a ou a 1 PriJ visit Bar ll.irbor duHni; bis
rossible. j trip, and non- il. nscerlainerl thnt he
t kli. J4rs Getting Together. j will come. A i.idy friend of Secretary
Besides Mr Hut ler several of the direc-": Tracy and Lis daughu-r said that the
tors who control mnt of the stock have president was s-irely coming within a few
reached the city, and others are coming, ' aud iuquiry ai headquartc.s corrob
Julius K I'ratt, the treasurer, and a heaf oraietl the ytiry. Tlie (uauagers of the
stockholder, who livps in Indianapolis, Nebo Yalley also have it from Secretary
was at the general offices in the Home Iu-: '1'r.tcy that he will arrive here on or about
surance buildinor vetr.-lr Ho i -Monday.
plainant in the litigation that has resulted
in the receivership. D G Allen, the se
CN TURF AND DIAMOND FIELD.
retary. is a Chic.iiio man. Tbomas Iloopes, ! Good Trolling Time sit Chicago Kntri.'
of West Chester. Pa., auoth.:r hevy stock- f"' Kace Ite Hall,
holder. 's also in the city Others will I Chicaoo, Auir. 2v! At Washington
frobably reach- here in a few days, and , Park yes?-r lay the winning hor-.es were
then a meeting of the dirertory m-y be a? follows: Unfinished 2:3 pace, won 'by
held. The oiheers say they have yet , JacK XUeil, best time, 3:Jit'. t.'unaished
Hope to tix. Thinct and lU-um. ' . . ... 11
They hope to end the receivership and 661 Ume ' Wlnner J1 '
resume with rcoramization or radicil ,be thirrt n'ai' in 2:'-1- rostponod 2:i) trot,
change in methods. The directors who ! woa by lw'T0 L : hest time Sl. Co
will mold the future action of the com- 1 1umuia 8take for 2 yT olds, won by Vas
pany are Crawford Fairbanks and ' sar- Vmo' -Wi- Trot, 2:2") class, uu
Josephus Oi.l.ett, lo-Ai heavy capitalists; fimhe(1. 'x-1 time, by Tickapaunia iu see
of Terre .Ha'ite. IrJ ; H-nrv G. Olds, ond heat. 2:li;'. Trot, 2.1 i cVs, v.n by
president, Fort. Wayne, Ind.; j. F. I'ralti llomestake: best tinirt. Trot
treasurer. Indisnanoiis: Addison Ii:!.e' : M class, won t:y Put Down-
Indianapolis: I), li. Allen, secretary Chi-1 inp; "cst tilne. 2:IS S-"peciai race for
rao, and Thomas Iloopes. West Ches'er. ' "ucy Hanks to Wt her record.
time S:l24, record tied. Special race for
Monbars to beat HHl Boy's tims; mile
done in 2:, bealing resord 2-4 seconds.
On the lltlnning Conrs-s.
At Hawthorne theruuniuj resulted as
follows: Jennie S, 4 mile. 0:54, Tom
Karl, i mile. Eli. IA miles, 2:01:
Insolence, 1 mile, 1:49; Faieruie, 1 mile
i yards, 1:55.
At Garfield park: Prince, 1 mile, 1:51 V;
Mary Sue. 1 mile 70 yards, 1:54; Farina, i
mile, l:S!'a"; Ed IJell, 1 miles, 2:01;
Magtrie I bus, mile, 1.-05, Big Three, I
. 1 mue, 1:4b1:,.
the! c r. , .
c---c- Eijriavi u tor 9 1 .l'..
Following are entries for the Girfleld
stake, JIO.JOO added, eweenstakes for all
Pa. These men own il.K'nl.oOO out of the
2,300.u00 capital stock. Other stockhold
ers are scattered throughout the country.
Many of them were owners of mills that
the now eni'urrassed company purchased.
Says the Company Will ray Cp.
"When the w heel company was organ
ized two years ago its object was shown
to be the acquisition of the control of the
wheel trade. Of the fifteen or more plants
some were purchased from owners, others
leased and still others built. Nathan
Morris, of the.legal firm of Morris, New-
berger & Curtis, of Indianapolis.
lawyers who began the litigation, was
seen at the wheel company's ofiice yester-
Hiv IT. ntu.tiul . . . . . . 1 . . I .
company would pay all its debts and that t mV2; v TJ?X ,?1'!I,,d:
thnw .,!.... (Marion C, 113: erge D Or. 122, Aloha,
IL 124: Donatello, 111: Lorenzo, ill; Bonnie
holders, on whom the expense of litiga
tion would fall.
Surprise at Kalamaxoo.
Kalamazoo. Mich., Aug. 21. The Kal-
The National Ball Raster.
CHICAOO, Aug. 22. League scores at
base ball yesterday were as follows: At
amazoo branch of the American Wheel Philadelphia-New York, 3: IM-iladelphia
ar.eth'l0 'a h,a?dS,f,a VDhed I J- At Chicago-Chicago. 9; Cleveland, 3.
fates m,MThJ A freatdeal of surprise ,At BrooMvn-Bro.klvn, 8; Boston. 1 At
i , Cincinnati-Cincinnati. 0; Pittsburg,
Known that the enmnnnv hnH a .v-Aut a 1 i .
of paper out, but was supposed to be able
to pull through, and the management
here says it will. This factory is one of
their largest, and employs 3u0 men. It
has been shut down from time to time, but
of late was sn posed to be all right.
VISITED WATERLOO'S FIELD.
A Peace Meeting That Came Near Wind
ing I'p with Gore.
Losdos, Aug. 22. Quite a number of
Association: At Boston Boston, il:
Athletic, 4. At St. Louis St. Louis, 4;
Columbus, 2. At Baltimore Baltimore.
3; Washington, 7.
Illinois-Iowa: At Ottumwa Ottumwa,
13; Joliet, Si. At Ottawa Ottawa. 7; Ce
dar Rapids, 2 At RjckfQrd Rockford.
2; Quincy, .
A "Kick" In the Denver Clab.
Dejcyek, Colo.. Aug. 22. Manager and
Captain Tebeau, of the Denver base ball
Uy?.?fe?s of Homes 40 Years the Standard
the Brnsaels r,,,. ,o,i : I ciuo. re.-ignea nis position yesterday, but
yesterday to the field of the battle of T"1 T" V pUy E"1
Waterloo Th. Fn-k ii e base. The cause of Tebeau's resignation
Waterloo. The English delegates cbo.e. . 5s the kick made by the players last
with few exceptions, to absent them- night when upon receiving their salary
selves from the scene of the memorable I they found they bad been fined amounts
victory, so that the excursionists were ! from 5 to J100 for "lushing," while Tebeau.
mostly French. Germans and Belgians, j wno tbev (lain: was the worst drinker
The object was to talk over the necessitv ' in tht club, was not fined at all.
for universal peace, as illustrated by th'a! r. . . . . .
famous battlefield. It was noticed thaJ c Fast Time by Hal Pointer
mauyof the Frenchmen were very restive, J ppbisgfield. Mass., Aug 22. -One of
notwithstanding their indiffereuce to the tbe main features of the closing day of the
Fcene and one of them irot into n wordy ! races at. Hampden park whs the fat time
controversy v. ith a German as to the shar 1 made liy Mai Pointer m the free-fDr-ali
cf Blucher in the victory, that uearly pacing class. He made the first heat in
led to blows. The interference of a Bo- j 2:10.4. the second in 2:!4, and the third in
beinian and an Italian was necesjary to 2:10Ji. thus breaking the record of 2.14
prevut black eyes, if not bloodshed. At 'held by Goldsmith Maid siuce 187tS on
latest advio-s the visitors were oratinz oa Hampden park track.
ine oai tienekt, in lull siht of the sombre
leonine figure that keeps watch and wari
ever tne dead.
Two Laborer Terrllily Mangled.
Nobristowx, Pa., Aug. 22 By an ex
plosion of dynamite, caused by supposed
carelessness, at tbe stone quarry of John
T. Dwyer at Howellsville Thursday,
Antonio Lawbert, an Italian, was fatally
injured and Olef Yansen had his right
arm blown from his body, bis foot man
gled and was otherwise badly bruised
about the body. He may recover. Thrae
other workmen were slightly injured.
Will Harry a Globe Girdler.
New Yobk, Aug. 22. Some happy day
between now and Christmas, Miss Elisa
beth Bislaud, who not Ionr ago made a
very rapid trip around the world, will J Wickham. Mo., the other day. and circu-
necorue Mr. Charles w. w etmore; Mr.
Wetmore is secretary of the American
Steel Barge Company, at 36 Wall street,
which has become famous on account of
the "whaleback" steamers which it built.
The l'creciiteil Israelite.
HAMBURG, Aug. 22. Twenty families of
exiled Russian Jews arrived here Wednas
day in most det.itutecircumstaoos. They
tell a most pitiful tale of hardship and
suffering. While crossing the Russiaa
border they were set upou by Russian out
laws, robbed of everything they had, be
sides having their handsome young womeu
abducted. They are in charge of the Jew
ish relief society here, which will send
them to America in a few days
State Militia Under National Pay.
St. Loms, Aug. 22 The Post-Dispatch
says: A movement has been set on foot
to put the militia of tbe states under na
tional pay and supervision. : It was stated
by officers of the regular army at Camp
1 a. . l . i . . ,
Fell Between the Cars.
ScBASTOH, Pa., Aug. 82. Martin Gol
den, slate picker at Ewin breaker, near
Pittston, while crossing the railroad yes
terday, fell between the cars and was kill
ed. His head was cut off.
lars and persoual letters concerning it are
now living thick and fast about the coun
try. It is the most radical plan to change
the condition of the militia of the country
that has risen since the war
Cannon Mot a Candidate.
Chicago, Aug. 22, Hon. J. G. Cannon,
of Danville, Ills., was in the city yester
day. He said be desired to say once for
all that he would not be a candidate 'for
M C I NTIRE
STILL AT IT.
Cutting prices right and left.
Must have more room for their
Ladies' Pure Silk Gloves
Dress Flannels, 36 inch,
36 inch Cotton Piaias
week if goods last"C CUrffls
NEW FALL DRFSo rr
dress enn,r0, . 'auE'T!s
stripes, plaids, rouh
For school dresses 4eTr?
Rock Island. Illinois.
THE LARGEST STOCK OF
IN THE THREE CITIES,
155 and 1527
12, 125 and 128
- YOU WILL DO WELL-
y- .To examine the largest and most complete
Oxfords, Tennis and Bicycle
goods in this section at the
Second and Harrison Sts , Davenpa
Op n from 8 a. m. to 8 p. m. ; Saturdays 10 p. nu
' B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor and Builder,
Office and Shop Comer SeTenteenth Bt. . . p ..1, LU
w 4JI kSEdl carpenter work a specialty. Plana and estimates for all kisdi of VOSf
ranuanea on application .
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
Comer Twenty-third street and Fourth aTenne, .... EOC'E LlM T
WILLIAM HAWTHORNE, Proprietor.
Thli house hac Jnat been refitted throughout and is now in A No. 1 condition. It !f '-
i.so per aay Douce and a desirable family hotel.
COMPLETE E LL
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