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THE AHGUS, SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 9, 1803.
TRUE BILLS FOUND.
The Grand Jury Makes its Re
port to the Court.
A 3TOMBEB CHARGED WITH CHIME.
Mrs. Jennie Chandler and Cal Hamon In
dicted For Train Wrecking; Other Bills
Found .evolutions ttompllmentarj' to
The grand jury made its report to
the circuit court late this afternoon.
Indictments were found as follows:
People vs. Wesley Reddig. larceny:
robbingC'lause Francs saloon.
People vs. Thomas Brady, bur
glary; at John Schautz's house.
People vs William Jones, burglary.
Fourth avenue drug store.
People vs Jacob Grove, assault
with deadly weapon; stabbing David
People vs Cal Harson and Jennie
Chandler; malicious mischief; two
counts for train wrecking, one count
for Fridav evening and Sundav even
ing. People vs. John DoSelle. burglary,
of Aller's restaurant on Molinc av'e-
People vs. William Dnrraugh. lar
cenv of a boat from Mrs. Catherine
This is not more than a third of the
The following bills were ignored:
The Teople vs Frank Cox, larcenv.
People vs L. F. Harms, libel.
People vs Thomas Bagley, malic
The following resolution was adop
We, the grand jury of the Septem
ber term of the circuit court. A. 1).
189;. have this day, in accordance
with the law. visited and examined
the county jail of Koek Island
county, and find it in a good, clean
and sanitary condition, and find the
prisoners properly treated, and we
also find that the sheriff has com
plied with the laws governing the
same. Dan McNeal.
M. D. H.U BElili,
X. K. Mcnsox.
Yesterday afternoon Albert Rosen
lield was brought before Justice Weld
to answer to the charge of assault
and battery, but the justice could
tind no grounds upon which an
charged could be based, and in conse
quence of which he discharged the
Peter Hoskins and William Wagner
were arrested in Moline on suspicion
of beirg two of the parties who ran
into Mr. and Mrr. Rinck on Third
avenue, as stated in last evening's
Akgi s. Mr. Rinck went down this
morning, but could not identify
the men. They stoutly denied all
knowledge of being in the affair, and
whrle they have a damaged buggy,
assert that they broke their buggy by
running into a telegraph post.
Yesterday afternoon Justice Weld
heard the story of two sash shop men
named Nicholas Wesley and Cass
Lambert. From the evidence it
seems that the men work together in
the sah and door department of the
Rock Island Lumber Co. Lanilx-rt
seems to lie a good-natured, whole
souled darkey, but yesterday morn
ing he and Wesley got into aVtisputc
over something and Wesley avered
that Lambert was a liar. This ruf
.lled the darkey's feelings and he told
Wesley he should not call him that
again, but Wesley was not to be in
timidated so easily, and when oppor
tunity afforded he again termed Lam
bert a falsifier, whereupon Lambert
picked up that portion of a house
known as a blind and hurled it at
Weslej-'s head. It landed on his tar
and raised a bump. esley had a
warrant sworn out charging his as
sailant with assault with a deadly
weapon, and Lambert wanted to
plead guilty and be fined, but when
the consequences of such a plea were
explained to him he withdrew and
when the evidence was heard it was
found to be a case of assault and bat
tery, for which Lambert was fined
10 and costs, which was paid and
Lambert went lus wav.
Local World' Fair Yinlturn.
J. E. Montrose departed for Chi
cago last evening.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Potter left last
evening for Chicago.
Dr. and Mrs. W. W. Adams are
visiting the World's fair.
Messrs. Charles Evans, W. II. Ed
wards and Joseph Evans have gone
to the fair.
Misses Alice Ilenienway and Ethel
Vincent left this morning for a few
day's visit at the fair.
T. J. Gorman, of Cable, passed
through the city this morning on his
way home, after a week pleasantly
spent at the lair.
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Huntoon, Miss
Alhe Campbell, Miss Grace Kahlke,
Mrs. Blackburn and Frank Goldsmith
returned from the fair last evening.
Home Keekers' Excursions.
The Burlington, Cedar Rapids &
.Northern railway will run three (3)
grfind harvest excursions to all
points on its line, west of and in
eluding Iowa Falls. Also to other
points in the west, northwest, south
Tickets on sale Aug. 22, Sept. 12
and Oct. 10, and are limited good 20
days from date of sale. For further
information call on or address any
agent of the company or
J. . tlXXSF.GA
Gen ' Ticket
Lunch as usual at the Star tonight.
Lunch tonight at the Star on Mar
See prices on children's shoes at
Rev. Johnson of Rockford. was in
the city yesterday.
Plenty of peacl es by the basket at
Hess Bros', this evening.
The best place in the city to order
job printing is at T. H. Ellis'.
S. J. Keator is out of bed again
after a week's attf ck of typhoid feverj
Aid. Da u bo r his moved into his
new home on Nineteenth street near
This afternooi Enoch Ailes is
being tried as to his sanity by l)rs.
Craig and Hollow bush.
Rev. Father White of Parnell, was
in the city yester lay calling on Mr.
and Mrs. J. S. Sh elds.
Nice cottage for rent cheap w ith
large yard and good water Inquire
at South Park grocery.
Lunch will be served at 8 o'clock
this evening at Weaver's BufTet sa
loon, 1812 Second avenue.
Lunch will be st rved at 8 o'clock
this evening at Weaver's Buffet sa
loon, 1812 Second avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Link leave this,
evening for St. I ouis accompanied
by their daughter Miss Etta.
Aid. Henry Kinner has moved to
his new home at the corner of Elev
enth street and Foi rth avenue.
Mrs. Fred Weyertiauser and daugh
ter, Miss Maggie, left for St. Paul
last evening, after a week's visit in
At Charles Parker's Star sample
room this evening, they will dispose
of a watch for the benefit of Mrs. W.
Mrs. Mary Blakburn, of Black
burn & Co., returned today from the
east where she his purchased her
A talk on '-Living Issues" at the
First Baptist church tomorrow even
ing, bv George C. Blakeslee, of the
Y. M. C. A.
All kinds of bicycle repairing done
at Walker's place, 415 Sixteenth
street. Moline. Remember the num
cer. Telephone 2030.
The Garde le Cirps band, of the
German village at the World's fair,
opens the Davenpoi t fair and expo
sition with popular concert tomor
The regular open ng of the Burtis
opera house, at Davenport, occurs
next Wednesday and Thursday even
ings, when Henry E. Dixey is "to ap
pear in "Adonis."
Miss Clara Woltn ann, graduate of
the Chicago Froebel institute, will
open a kindergarten at her home, at
643 Seventeenth, on Monday morn
ing from 9 to 12 a. m., and at the
Christian chapel at 1:30 p. m. every
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Frvsingcr of
422 Fourth street, lost? their son.
George, at 4 o'clock this morning, of
typhoid fever, his age being 4 years.
The funeral occurs from the be
reaved home at 2 o'clock tomorrow
P. Greenawalt has resigned his po
sition as book-keep -r at the Rock
Island Savings banl.and will be suc
ceeded Monday by George M. Loos
lcv, for so many vei.rs cashier at the
First National bank, and who is ful
ly equipped for the duties he is
about to enter upon.
Winslow Howard has disposed of
his property in South Rock Island to
Theodore Slebert for 4.000, and will
shortly move to the natural gas re
gions of Indiana to pursue his trade
of a glass worker. This is one pop
ular and yaluable citizen the glass
combine has driven out of this com
munity and more will be obliged to
At the Augustana college last eve
ning there was a pleasant entertain
ment, the evening b ;ing given to vo
cal music and speeches, the latter
being rendered by r.-ofs. Olssen. Jes-
persen, Williamson and Bartholo
mew, while A. L. St ott spoke in be
half of the students. After speech
making and music supper was served
on Augustana hill.
Frank G. Young today purchased
of P. L. Mitchell the remainder of the
George M. Looslev stock of china.
crockery and glassware and takes
possession at once. 1 he store will be
closed from Monday until Thursdav,
when it will reopened and the stock
disposed of as rapidly as possible, lr
respective of cost price or anything
else, there are rich bargains in
store for the public in this transac
There is a movemt nt on foot to or
ganize a drum and bugle corps of 26
members from Rock Island and Mo
line. It has not yet been decided
whether it shall be a private onran
ization or whether it shall be run in
connection with the Sixth regiment,
Thomas Flynn, the leader, is the
chief buglar of the Illinois National
guard. The Zouave uniform will be
adopted. A meeting for permanent
organization will le held at the
armory in Moline on Friday of next
The report of Chief Brahm pre
sented to the city council at its last
meeting, of the proceedings of the
21st annual convention of the is a
tional Association of Fire Chiefs is
an intelligent and ii.teresting docu
ment devoted to a retailed account
of the sessions, the ideas advanced,
and showing the mutual benefits de
rived from the exchnnge of thought
and experience, and demonstrating
' - . - J .-..in. .hu." Las drank
u.. ..la- t Leitid and has gained
considerable practical knowledge as
a result of the convention.
The F. C. A. Denkmann came down
with 16 strings of logs.
The Kit Carson, brought down
tight strings of lumber.
The Jo Long, Verne Swain and
Lumbcrbov came down and the Jo
Long and Verne Swain passed up.
The temperature on the Rock Isl
and bridge at noon was 76: the stage
of water was .80.
' "The Every Day or Lire."
This will be the subject of an ad
dress by Will Mc L. Stewart at the
Y. M. C. A. Sunday afternoon at 3:30
o'clock. There will be solos bv Hen
ry Hansen. The chapel will be used
for the first time at this service, and
all voung men are cordially invited.
Turn to the laughter provok
ing report ol the ad
in another column.
Now appearing regularly in
this pa; - r. Don't miss
KK OU IN NEED?
wui a cook
Want a partner
Want a s-tiiatlon
Want to tent room
Want a sen-ant el
Want to nil a farm
Want to a hon-e
Want to fxchwnire anthtnfr
Want If sell hfMiwhold mm1
Want tomnkcany real estate l.-aii!
Want to sell or trade foranyiMnz
Want to find customer for anything
USE THESE COLUMNS.
1HR DAILY AKGrSDELIVEKED AT YOUR
door ev r ereninz (or lSSic D" eeW.
A SITED A ITOrsEM AID: APiLY TuMRS.
Henry l-ur.ia. llir. cond avenue.
1 ADIES CAN MARE S3 RA'LY BV FOLDING
i and addressing circular for use at honre.
No canvassing: position permanent; reply with
sta tiptd enve.'ope. Miss faiaco laul. outh Pnnd.
WK OFFER AGENTS BIG MONEY IN EX
elusive urritorv. Onr safes sell at aitht in
city or country. Agents first in field actually
eeiung ricn. une aeent in oue day cleared gul-50
So can yon. Catalogue free. Addrexs Alpine
Safe Co., No. 3B0-371 Clark street, Cincinnati. O.
WANTED MAN IN TIIIS CITY WITH fSOO
Cash Capital to start a branch of our b-isi-
ness. (500 ner month can easily be made. Busi
ness strictly legitimata aid permanent; now in
operation in several cities coining money. Par
lies witu me required capital, meaning DUSinegs,
address: La wnrscE & llorKivt, Meave Building
Under the matagi mi l.t of
Q1AS. T. KIDT.
Attractions every evening tnd Sunday after
Bund Concerts. Wednesdays. Fridays and Sun
Elc-cant meals at all hours at 35c, 50c &nd 75c.
Order by Telephone No. lftlu.
snffer.ri; from aihscnts pocular to their sex can
the reliable uterine corrective and tonic will per
manently relieve the worst cases. Book giving
fnll nnrtir.nlar mailed free AHHmu? Hnom
Whitaker Block, Davenport.
Wc open the season with
Elegant Goods and
ric VSrV 1 SV
One of the first important lessons to learn about Boys' Clothing is that reliable fabrics and good tailoring at fair
reasonable prices, are by far more eatisfying to purchasers than are the many inferior grades at a less price.
Try our Fence Climbers. Novelties for children.
Thoroughly meritorious knee and long pants eui's for boys of all ages, made to order, bdaring oar label and
sold with our guarantee, cost no more than ordinary ready made, yet, in style'and service they are decidedly better.
Would you prefer superior merchandise sold truthfully or the inferior grades sold by sensational methods.
The former are our chief inducements, the latter abound everywhere.
We ask nothin r better than an honest test of our claims and if the best is good enough, then come and get it.
There is no room for Improvement in the style, quality or price we are offering:
All new goods. Set an old elyle-
(Shoe Store 1604 Second avenue
Great Sale of
for the next TEN DAYS at very
low prices. Call and see them.
FAVQBITII GAS STOVES,
all sizes. For economy and labor-saving
there is no fuel to
equal a (Jas stove.
Ice Cream Freezers.
1615 and 1617 Secotid Avenue.
1815 Second Ave.
Koester & Martin
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
Cigar Store and Billiand Parlor.
Always on hand the finest brands of domestic
and imported cmars. All brands n tobacco.
The acor of all the ball games wi'l be received
L. GLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
1808 Second Avenue.
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Ilerv is a grtat valu in cool
w athe?" good-:
ONE G ISA H avjr unbVach
. d co tun flinre' in short
'engtbs, ft to 10 yard
pieces, regnl r 12c and
lfic qua i y,
BUYall y u will need this
winter, a nowhere can
v. be ' ad at ttaa' price
LADlKb' KIBBB' Vfi T
Special Sale on School Supplies and Specialties this week.
10 slate pencils lc
5flagr pencils lc
3 lead pencils lc
2 erasers lc
2 pen holders lc
1 bottle ink 3c
1 double slate covered 15c
1 box "white crayon 8c
1 box. 5 pieces colored crayon lc
Tablets lc each and up.
Ink tablets 5c each and up.
And many other items at cor
responding low prices.
8-day clock, walnut or oali '
frame, J-hour strike and catbV
dral jonp; strike, onlv ?2.3o.
The rreat one-half price sale
of Lamps is now on 8Se and up
to $ 10. The largest assortment
. . Ac per box
.4c per bottle
Table-oil cloth 15c pr yard
The Spot Cask Department Syr.
YOUSG, Proprietor 1728 Second Av.
Fifth Avenue Pharmacy.
HORST VON KOECKRITZ,
Analytic id IpensiDs Ptaacisi
Is row located in his new huildine at the corner of Fifth aveuue
and Twentyahird street.
J. F. FOTKSriELD.
Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitters,
House Heating and Sanitary Plumbing.
Largest Shoe and Clothing Stores in Rock Island County.
Clothing Store 1729 Second AvnW. 1 16-122 ElKVeatli St.
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ij a dies' WAisra-3r0I
I .-if I., i
mi. uul wnot , i
25 per cent off
ladies silk waists
a few l.ft Tt.
uu-.iceoi u.7.1 to i
this first shipm-nt ja..
we will sell :ocatfsj!
Trior rrt V t 1 f vv,n
1 1 m i tr 1 .-i .
l" i Id joj.
1709 and 1709 Second avnu-
lc each and up, aeennUr,'
size. Less than half what "
ers ask for the same thin'.
2 Qt tea pots. . . .
3 Qt tea pots
4 U,t tea jwts -j. i,.
7 inch pie plates ;v
2 Qt bowls -
4 Qt bowls :
6 Qt bowls
Chambers, yellow .;
Tin cup ;
Graduated measure Qtcup.. v
4-hole mouse trap
Puddinp; pans 2e and v.
Tin buckets, 1 Qt V
Tin buckets, 2 Qts -
Tin buckets, 3 Qts V.:
1 Qt tin coffee pots
2 Qt tin coffee pots. . . .
3 Qt tin coffee pots . . .
223 Twentieth tr.
We are prepared ti !
as we have always dir
the right th'inr