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UOCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS, TUESDAY. SEPTE3IBEU 15, 1SS5.
ESTABLISHED OCT. 18. 1851
gov is lie Time lo Secure Bargains.
THE LAST CHANCE.
All Summer Goods are being slaughtered at
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Eall and Winter Cloth
lints, Caps, Err
"('all earlv and secuie bargains.
The Golden Eagle Clothing Store
FW Office Mock. Rock Island, Illinois.
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J. B. ZIMMER.
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KALL AND WINTEE
A larger and liner stock than ever.
Nu. 110 Second Avenue, liock Island. 111.
TOUR. UNCLE AHEAD.
WHITE-WINGED RACERS SHOW
THEIR METTLE AT LAST.
Boston's Prills liut from the Start and
Come In with Victory on Her
lrow One Point for
HIGH LICENSE AGITATION.
''I was all run dowD, and Hood's Sar-
snp&rilla proved just the medicine I need
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now. 1(K) doses?!.
The cheapest place in the
and shoes repaired or made is
at the Central Shoe Store.
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il ifciirv and Creamery Butter, Cotton Mops, Minn., Potatoes. Vejri-taMcs, &c,
Cor. Nineteenth Street and Second Aveuuen
THOS. IF- CAIR,
Is p-epared to do .ill liiml? ol work in
Plain and Decorative Paper Hanging and Kalsoniining.
A c.'oili tii Mtockof
Willi I'api-r. Curtain Fixtures. Cornice Poles and Bmim Mouldings. Mixed
Paints always on hand.
HTAI.il n full line of Art (I.ioiIh mid Artist' Material Lesson iiircii in I'aintiiiL' ami French
l.iiil,r,ml.-ry Work. Embroidery silks. Curd and Fancy lii 1- whim Bin sol i t close
ligurcH ; full mid test prices of work.
t'eemid Aveuue, ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
JACOB OH LWEILER, Jr.,
RETAIL IIBAI.in !
Wines, Liquors, Beer and Cigars,
No. :?00 Twentieth
IWr,.,. I.,,,,, !, ..very nioruii.s: anil every turili.y ereuine.
.DAVIS & CO.,
A coiiipletii "tock of
Pij)e, Brass. Goods, Packing,
Hose, Fire Brick, Etc.
Sole Bgt'iits for
Water Motors for Sewing Ma
Deane Steam Pumps,
'fllr Nove,ty Force PumPs
Safety neating Boilers, and Con-
jj tractors for furnishing and Lay-
Chioaiio. Heiit 15. The fnllowini; di
paU'hi.s wr reajivi from New York, de
scribing the frreitt international yacht ran
between the Puritan ami Gmesta:
Nkw York. Snit. 14 -MM a. in. Thi
prospects that the PuriHn and (inesta will
be aole to have to-Jay the initial race fi
the America ciin uver the inside, or Ne
York Yacht club, course are quite favora
ble. Tbe sieatil olli.-o at Stndv H.b re
porU at this hour a thirteon-knot breezt
from the south w.wt. with a probability ot
continuance throughout the tiny.
The race Uwlay is ovor what is cnllm! thi
inside course of the N-w York "Yacht club
The course is down through the Narrows
across the lower bay, around buoy No. It'
on the sontlme-t spit, leaving that tin. .y
the port hand; thence to the southward
buoy No. and to the northward of fouoj
No. 5, on the omt of Sandy Hook; on
around the Sandy Hook ligut uip, aim
home over the same course, finishing at
buoy No. 15, just inside the Narrows.
10:50 a. in. The (ienesta and I'nritaii
have beicuu the rain. They crossed the lint
at 10::4 a. in. The Inrnts startton the iKirt
tack, the I'ui itan scoring au advantage of
half a li'ii''t.h. After ton minutes' run in on
the L 11)5 Island shore, both limits almost
simultaneously but alxnt tor the Narrow,
the Puritan still 'eading.
11:10 a. in The Puritan is now going
through the Narrows, lending the inmcsta
by half a uiilo. The shores of Loutf i-land
ami Ktaten island are crowdwl with jieople,
and boats of evory description follow in tbe
wake of the contesting yachts.
Il:ct0 a. in. lioth yachbi are hecalhif l oil
buoy Id. 1'lie wind is setttug in from the
southoa-t and is light. At Handy H.Kik,
however, the wiud is blowing a twelve-knol
SANOy Hikik, N. J.. S'pt. 14.--The uea
off Sandy Hook is smooth this morning.
The wind, which at. dawn was blowing
fresh from the southward, is now in.) s
ten-mile brteze. Tbe bay is dotusl it!
yachts and ves els of alt sorts and sizs.
Ihe air is o clear that glasses are hardly
necessary to distinguish ih racers It w.v
just 11:07 o'clock when the Puritan and thai
Uenesta passed tiy F.rl Wadsworth. The
Puritan lisiked to be at least a half-inilc
ahead of the Oene.ta.
Fhkt Hamilton, Sept 14 Noon. The
yachts are heading south on the port tack.
The wind is southwest and only three
miles an hour. The Puritan leads the
Uenesta about a quarter of a mile.
Sandy Hook, Sept. 14. The fleet behind
the racers extends lrom shore to shore and
incoming shqis had to lie to outside tbe
IVanows until thd racers and attendant
fleet bad passed seawnrd. The olub Uipsaib
of the Puritan are not more than half filled.
The tienesta's sails seem to catch more of
the favoring breeze, but the Puritan kee
1 p. m. There is a breeze coming up from
the south-southwest Tue yachts felt it
They are both on the port tack. The Irene-ta
keeps nearly two miles astern of the
l .io p. liL The Puritan has passed buoy
6, off Sandy Hook point at l-.'i-l p. m. Thi
Geuesta a.ssed tbe same buoy at 1:30. The
wind is nine miles an hour, and south-south-west
The Puritan is well to windward and
holding her advantage. She is now outside
of Sandy Hook.
2 p. m. The Ccucsta, after rounding the
pit sent up her h:tlln topsail and rapidly
reduced the distance between hers!! and
tbe Puritan. Tbe latter nls sent up her
balloon tisail. Tue raivrs are only half a
mile apart now. Tbe Puritan passed the
observatory opposite Saudy Hoi k buoy No.
h at l:;-i under a cloud of canvas. An iron
steamboat interfered somewhat with the
wind of the Oeue.stM.
2:0."i p in. The Puritan passed the Scot
land light-hip at 1:57. the tieiiesta at :l)l,Si
Ihe 1 uritau turutst the stake-boat ul
2:15:10, the ltencsi.a has just turned it (V:'Jc
4j e. M. Ihe 1 'uritau find lieuesta are
on the iort tBck. ihe Puritan keeps her
positiou to the winiward. It looks from
here as though the Puritan went too far to
the windward in rounding the light
ship, and, con-eqtieiitly, lo t considera
ble ground, rite Uenesta is overhauling
her more rapidly than on the outward
course, lioth yachts are doing good work.
. Fort Waoswukth, Sept It :;.V p, m.
The Uenesta has just et ner spuimker
and it draws. The Paritan has not set hers
tut all sails are di awing fin). It ah are
running l-fore the mud just tielow thi
4:0:1 p. m. Both racers are now about
ljsj miles below lower quarautine rnnning
free before the wind. The Puritan has not
yet set her spinnaker but Beams to
lie holding her own all right
Tbe entire fleet surrounds them at a re-pect-able
distance. Alsiut 3,000 fieople are as
sembled on tbe bio lis at the fort and are all
excitedly waiting the result
Fort Wadnwoiitil 4:'J4 p. m. Behind
the Puritan and reaching to leeward for a
mile and a half is a dense crowd of steam
ers and tugs all blowing their wbtles in c
perfect pandemonium of delight. Tae Ue
nesta fails to gain au inch.
Sandy Hook, Sept 14. 4 p. m. Puritan
pas-ed a line drawn from here towards
Prince-s bar 8 minute-i ;iil seconds ahead
of the Geuestn.
Ft. Waiiswokth, Sept 14.-4:00 p. m.
The Ijuckeubacb has just taken position
alongside the stakeboat, ready lor the tin
ish. The noise of steam-whistles from the
flotilla is deafening as the Puritan drawn
near the line. An excursion boat has drawn
sdougside of the Uene ta as if to bear her
company in her solitude at the rear of the
procession. ibe Puritans balloon-jib it
doing the business for her, it is drawing
more than the Geuesta's spinnaker. Tha
Uenesta has just taken down her spinnaker,
4:34 p. m.
Ft. Wapsworth, Kept 144:07 p. ra.
The judge's boat baa just blown about a
dozen short blasts. Tue position of the
yachts is about tbe same, the Uenesta in
fully a mile, and per ha more, behind.
Tbe Puritan is approaching the line
amid the dm of whistles and
enthusiastic cheering of the tens of thou
sands on shore and on the boats.
Tba Puritan crossed the line at 4:40 ex
actly. Guns are firing from avery direction.
Fort Wadswortb salutes with 100 guus, and
Hamilton, from tae opposite shore, re-achoes
with another. Tha whistles keep up their
noise fully five minutes,
The Latest: The Uenesta crossed the
line at4:4tip. m. The everlasting roar
begins again and tha guns are being fired.
The Puritan has taken a tug and is now go
ing up to ber anchorage. Hhe is lowering
ber sails and all etarted for borne.
Didn't Mean Aay Harm.
Hadjiu, Set 1& Gen. Balajtansn has
declared that his action in resigning the
Qermau ardar of tbe red eagle was vt i
tented ai au Insult to Germany.
Movement In New York to Make l.iqo
New York, Sept !5. The Church Tern-
perance society is mailing ec-pita of a pro- tnfee cfties tO haV6 V OUr bOOtS
nosed excise bill in ereat numbers to clergy- J
men, editors, and other men of influence
throughout the state. The license fee for
New York and Brooklyn is fixed in this bill
at not les than (1,000, and elsewhere in tha
state tout. licenses to sell malt beverages
are only half those for spirits. The inten
tion of the promoters of this movement it
not only to bring nominee! for ths
legislature to commit themselves to vote fot
the high-license bill but to get high-license
planks in the party platforms. The liquor
trade in divided upon the question, as also
are the millionaire brewers. Or. Crosby
says that President Cleveland favors high
license, but he has no direct assurance from
him that be will enjoin it uon tbe party
for this campaign. Dr. Homy Ward
Heecher favors the insertion of a high
license plank in the platform of tba Repub
lican state convention, because, he says, ab
solute prohibition is an impossibility, and
high license is feasible and equitable.
THREE TRAMPS SMOTHERED
While Stealing a Kiile in a Car of Oats.
Cisi insati, Sopt 15. As freight train
No. IS, east -bound, neared Guilford, Ind.,
on the P.ig Four road, Sunday, the en
gineer discovered that the train had broken
in two. He began to "slow up," but the de-
tai'hed portion of the cars vMhtinued to
follow, increasing their velocity by
the descent of grade, and, overtak
ing the portion of the train ahead,
dashed, madly into its rear, tele
scoping two cars and derailing three. One
of the three cars burled from the track was
loaded with oats, in wbicb nine men had
concealed themselves. As the car left the
rails it turned over, burying beneath the
oats a numlier of the men. Six of the
trauqis escaped. Had they made anv efforts
to assist their less fortunate companions
instead of deserting them, the poor wretches
might have been rescued alive. As it was,
before trainmen were aware of the fact that
anv one remained in the upturned car lift
lli-oke Ills Neck with a Illow.
Cincinnati, tsept 15 Monday morning
about B o'clock, Frank B.rte. an iron bruki
in U Jones cir Son's iron foun try, nt 4.V
treorge street, while drinking in a neighbor
iug bar, male threats of "doing up" Will
iam llaiurl. a moulder employed in tin
same shop, whom he had quar
reled with on Saturday evening.
Hazard walked into the shop
to commence work at C:50 a. in. llerte.
who had commenced work alsiut half an
hour previously, on seeing Hazard, imme
diately threw off Ids hand leathers, ad
vanced toward Hazard and struck him a
brutal blow in the breast following it U
with a heavy blow on the back of llaztr.l'
right ear knocking him over a wagon shaft
The man then ma le an effort to kick
the inanimate Inrni as it Jay before him ot
the ground. Hazard was picked up ai-
liarentlv sensele.ss and taken into the coin
pany's olliceand rr-.Brown and Clark called.
who pronounced him dead. His neck wa
broken, berte is still at large. lia:'.ard
leaves a wife and three sons.
Cuicaoo, Kept 14.
Tbe market quotation! on the board of
trade, to-day, were as follows: vneat !o.
& SSe)teu-bar, opened SOo, closed Sujc;
October, opened lc, closed bljjc; Novem
ber, ipenei and cio-ed iwo. corn no,
'i September, opened Va, closed 4;!ic;
October, opened and closed 4J,10; Novem
ber, oieued 40c, closed Oats No. It
JSeptember, opened aui closed 25c; Octo
ber, opeildil ana ciosea ic; juay opwneu
and closed -De. rork September, opened
jS.7'!;, closed S 7o; October, opened
$H.W. closed fs 7,i; November, opened
S8.70 closed S.TSsf. Lard September,
oueued an I closed U. 'JO.
Livestock the union Stock yards report
the lollowmg range of prices: Hogs The
market opened fairly active but easy, with
no quotable change in prices; light grades,
ti'.tiildH.OU: roufb packing, t0.7rg4.l'5;
heavy packing, 1. mutt-H). cattle Mtow;
loc l.wer on an oeiow oe-t; snipping, S.I.OO
0.00; common to lair, f4.iKiw5.nO; butch-
I onia i. Texan,, V-.-illirf:;. Shee
-Market lower; .004.110; western ( 1.21
Produce: Butter (rood creamery, 17$
18c; fancy dairy, 15,'itlrtc, packing, b
iiji'sc ir ll. tgirs ia.iel.c per uoz. I o-tat-.es
fl.ooidl.'JO perbbL Poultry Spring
chicKens, !i(ii0c; old bens, b.SiA'n; roi-st
ers, ."ikSosc; turkeys, lie; and spring ducks,
Hiflilllic per lb; prairie chickens, fioOiitlllK)
lrdoz. Apples im(tl. 50 per bbt
Nkiv York, Sept 14.
Wheat Strong anl 'i'oSic higher, but
lev. active; No. 2 red Octoln-r, SMr-.ujH'4Wc
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tfic. Corn A shade lower and dull;
mixed western spot 4.i((-o0c; do future,
40?jujlfl 'fcc. Oais A suade easier and
dull: western, 2i(i(41lc. Provisions Beef
dull. Pork, we.ik; new mess, $10.0i)uJ$10.5n.
Lard Dull and easier; steam-rendered,
Sr. IjOUIS, Sept 14.
beat Higher, but less active; close! !ic
above isiturday; No. 2 red cash, BVtitfT.k:
October, UOtic; November, yOc. Coru
Firmer, but slow; cash. 41(rf42i;c; Sep
tember, 411; tlotober. .sl1.:; year, o.j?4c.
Oats About steady; cash, 2SVc; year
. Rye firmer; n'ic Provisions-
Pork qui"t; t'..10iit'.l.'-!-". Lard, steady
$til7. Wuuky Steady; L0S.
Mn.WAUKKE. Sept 14.
Wheat Unsettled; casn, SOc; October,
Slc; Novemtier. Nic, torn Steady
.No. 2, lic. Oats Hull; N.x 2, 25VC
Kve SUady; No. i, 50c Barley Firm
No. 2, nac.
TOLKIM, Oilio, Sept 14.
Wheat Dull; No. 2 cash. 87c; October,
S.Wc; Novemtier. oS'-V; Na i sott 6S
tasac; do Oct-iber, til, ; Novemtier, 91 '4
.uay, el l'S. lorn Lasy and quiet; .o.
2 cash, 44'ic; O.OilK-r, 44Wc; year, OS1,
askad; Mai, ,lc askeo. Oats Out!
ca-h. Aic- tictolier, Jtl'si ; Mav. Sic. Clever
Inactive; ca h, 15.50 asked; October, $5.40
bid; N yeintn'r, A5i! bid; Ueceintur, t.t0
ne Water, Gas and Sewer Fipe.
1712 Fiest Ave.,
Rock Island, Illinois.
Ii-y Good Isynaniiteni Arrested.
Nkw York, Sept 15. The large plate-
glass front of Garry Bros.' big dry go ds
store, on Gran street, was blown out by
charge of dynamite early on the morning
of Feu. 1 last and until within a few days
the guilty parties successfully eluded pur
suit During January Garry Bros. Ha l
a strike among their clerks owing to
the discharge of David J. Naughtan.
a watchman. Tbe Kquulity Association ol
Dry Ghh1s Clerks tooK up the quarrel, but
in tbe end tne men were beaten, and some
of them, notably Peter A. Daly, were aain
employed by the firm. Inspector Byrnes
has j'ist arrestad David J. Naughtou,
Thorn is Fitz; atnck and Daly as the dyna
miters, and says be has po-itiva ,r,of ol
their guili, ihe in-naily is ten year-
iitso:i. Daly was otliciutiug as silk sale
uian for Garry Bros, when the detective
m rested him.
tlA I S AllLMist
Laud - Aliens!
Killed by Il:s Daughter's Seducer.
LlTl'I.K Kihwk, Ark., .Sept 15 An Indian
territory dispatch says: The Kev. Andrew
1. lliinton wi.s shot an., killed Siiunny 111
the Cuicknsaw nation during a quarrel with
a man named White who had elojied uith
fiuuton's dauhbir. Huiitou lived near
Charleston, S. C ., and was an itinerant
preacher. White, who lived in the
neighborhood, won the girl's love, and she
n 1 with him. Tbe father followed them
and traced Ihem to tbe Indian territory.
an.l was slain w bile trying to force White
to make the girl his wile. White claims
that t he shorititi was in self-defense. H.1
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Bard Coal Market
Pea coal, i.(Ml; grate anil eg, .i.io;l
ran"!, nut and No. 4. $8.00 per ton;
screened and delivered- all liest ,-ualit;
of anthracite, hxlra cartage charged on
orders of less limn one ton. Blacksmith's
eaol, Connellsville coke and rharcoal.
lilt 13 Second avenue. E. 0. Fra7.ek.
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R. CRAMPTON & COMPANY.
We do PLUMBING of all
kinds, including Sewer Work.
Gall and see us.
MILLARD BAKER & CO.'S
Opposite Harper House.
Rock Island, - Illinois.
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No. 160S Second Ave, up stairs, Rock Island, Opens Sept. 7.
Twenty Lessous, in advance Instrumental 12.
Vocal 12. Harmony 14.
Graduates Students of Music.
I7"Mrs. Swan is also dealer in the famous Bauer Piano.
M. MAGRUM, Proprietor,
Second Avenue, - Opp- Harper House.
"Tbtl -'Tivntr' htu laMy been transformed into a Palace eqoalin? in every rciect the fines
wiloorifOij Ctticao and Mirfaiii anyt liintr in lite tlirecc tiLi A minibfr of tain operated hy
machinery for keeping the nireool ii one of the leading featuren of the place. The Liquid
HtTrcVlimeiiti diiened at thi:' eHtahlir-hnient if in keeping with itc fraud improve
nieiit An elegant lunch ci rvtd every nionung. All kind of Mandwichee
jun 7 tlfira served on short notice.
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tl : hat
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ROCK ISLAND TRUNK FACTORY
J. W. WIttTEL, Prop'tr. No. 1S09 Second Avenue.
Manufacturers of all kinds of
The Season's Novell v !
And Best Attraction !
Thursday Eve., Sept- 17th.
Only appearance of the Celebrated Coiucilu line
Hud liueeii of l"oinic opera.
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There are ten new bells that cost
000 a chime at Chautauqua.
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ne U18. Residence Telephons 100T.
E. W. Hurst represents the leadin?
American and Foreign Insurance Co's
Policies carefully written at current rates.
Agency established 1874. Office over
Bock Island National Bank.
MOST PERFECT MADE
Purest and strongest Natural Fruit FUtots.
Vanilla. Iinon. Orange, Almond, ltose. etc.
flavor as delicately and naturally ::s the fruit.
PRICE BAKING POWDER CO.,
CHICAGO. ST. LOPia.
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Wlio will present ft New 4-Act Cimualy b
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MISS LEWIS representing Various 'Imrrii -u-rt
and introtiucinir her Speci.il tont and Operatic
A Great Select Sensatiou !
And a Superb Con. pan j!
ff, G. Itesoi,
lS0.r Second Avenue,
Has just received his
HALF-CENT A WORD.
The hereafter wi1 1 pttblich in tliif col-1
amn nil vertiemenu of Lout. Found, if or Rent.
For Sale. Bo-rd or Room, Wanted, and similar I
notices, at the low rate of one-half a cent a word.
each figure a word, but do tdvertieement let
tha- ten cent
FOR KhlNT A pleasant furnished room, Finit I
avenue, econa tinttt wcucoi liicvcnin pireet. a-
FOR KENT Hoom? with four moma cbraji I
rent; alo furnisbed room., 31S Fifteenth at. 1-tf I
FUR S ALE OM paper for sale in any qua-uty
at tbii omce, cneap.
FOUND A onn Uan'init Pnn: owner may
have him by proving property and paring cost of
this notice. John VYentpbal, I818 6econd avenue.
The beat to be found in the Market,
comprising all the-
FOR RENT Fnraiiihed rooms, with or without
board. Third avenue, opposite Court llouee. Mrs.
FORSALR Sixty loUia my additions to tie I
ity of Rock Island on foot yearly payment, witii I
interest at six Dr cent peranaum.
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Novelties of the Season
And prices the lowest for first
Now is tbe time to secure bargains.
have marked our Summer Goods down
to cost in order to clear ourselves
before Fall Goods come in.
PARK. & ELLIS,
tCme and pee us.
1 704 Second Avenue.
Manufacturer and Dealer in
MATRASSES AND PICTURE FRAMES.
Also Deriler in Mirrors, Cornish Poles, Curtain Fixtures, Mouldings, Etc.,
tirl'rirts lower than Ihe lowest. Treinan's Block, opp. Commercial Hotel.
Cor. Fourth Avenne and Sixteenth street,
pi.i..i,i.'T.!ENhEN.r . RQCK jsLAND.
f"Tbti- Ibmsc has been thoroughly rcnoval.-d am) re ftirnifhcd tliroiiebont and Is now 0ien lo tho
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