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The Daily Abgtjs.
FRIDAY. SEPT.. 18, 1885. dwelt npon the abuse that had been FROM BAD TO WORSE. L. heaped upon President Cleveland during alluded to the issue which had been raised a year ago L. D. Dimick's Disgrace. 50 Reward. I I regarding the size of the collar that tue - ci -n f UiiMl l . ml , v I . oupervisoro. ,u., i A Glorious DaV IOt tne liOuu" I president wore, "it is now pretty gener- . . , T4 ally conceded," aaia he. "among demo crats and Republicans alike, that what ever size he wears it is his own, (applause , . a j and laughter.) We needed a man with teieomuug mo uuynw- vi . iarce collar, of irc will, of honest pur, Wine ftnd women are said to have pose and we got him. (Applause) A Rotable Wedding at Orion and An other on the Island The Presents. offers a reward of $50 for the capture and conviction of the person or persons who stole a fine red steer from him on Wednesday night, which was branded "S. E." on the left hip. Sew Avenue. Work was commenced today on the extension of Rodman avenue from east of Ausustana college to Rock river. In extending the new avenue a cut is made through a tract belonging to the Case heirs, one belonging to the professors of Augustana college, two belong to the Guvcr estate, and to Claude Rice, three ty Democracy. the Tederal Constitution- Locked up at Kansas City on the Charge of Adultery. Afternoon and Evening Meetings. A GREAT DAT. Yesterday was a day long to be remem- Wine and women He I wrecked the lives of many men, but it was the proper man to overhaul the in-1 appears that the latter has been a sum- terior and naval departments which were I cient temptation to lure L. D. Dimick, of honeycombed with rottenness. lie bad I u,jg city, from the path of rectitude and sufficient experience in public affairs to virtue. When he left town under such make him just the right man for the disparaging circumstances, his escapade place. Some of the cattle men down in I wa8 fuiiy chronicled, but naturally I the Indian Territory now admit that en0Hgh. interested parlies attempted to he not only wears a large collar coior tne facts, and grew indignant be owned by A L. Carson and A. Benedict. b tne democracy 0f Rock Island I but pretty heavy boots also. (Laughter.) cau8e Vhe Arous stated the plain truth. 1 I - . . I . ... . , i. - I . . , . county. It was an anniversary celehra- I We nave got to nave reform, auu ue i i jt would afford us mucn pleasure touaj tion of the adoption of the federal con- promoting it as fast as possible, liut wo- t0 abie to say that we were mistaken, stitution by the Jefferson club of Rock I ver Cleveland can't do all that is necessary but aias, the words written then were too Island county. There was a great galh-1 in four years work, (a voice "give him truei for additional evidence has come ering at Armory hall in the I eight") we shall have to call him back for to light to place the young man even in a afternoon, I f our years more." (Continued applause.) I more embarrassing position than his sus- when J. II. Eckles, Esq., of Ottawa, des I Mr. Lewis closed his well selected re- I piclous flight made it appear was the case. livered an eloquent and masterly address. I marks with an amusing anecdote. I jje and his partner in gu It have just been The property owners in the vicinity have subscribed -"IX) in money and labor to wards the extension, and the council has appropriated 300. When the extension is completed, Rodman avenue will be one of the longest straight thoroughfares in the city. The Butchers. The butchers of the city wish it under- Owing to its length and the numerous I stood that they are well pleased ft itk seoclies made iu the evening, it is im their new slaughter house on the Dingle- possible to print it to-day. I dine place, and are using it altogether for killing their meats. They arc chuck full of reasons why It is better for all con minHl to use the present one instead of the city's abattoir, and hope the council will not endeavor to fore them to kill at the citv institution. A man is hired to AT THE BANQUET BOARD. A. P. McGuirk, Esq., of Davenport, I arrested in Kansas City on the charge of responded to the toast "Thomas Jeffer-. adultery, according to the following dis son the Apostle of Democracy." He patcni which appeared in the St. Louis commenced by giving a bnef biographical I Republican yesterday Thu muni1 hummel WAS hehl at Turner I sketch of the honored statesman, his re-1 Kinhas City. Mo.. Scut. 16. O, hn i,.si even'mir. At 8 o'clock more than markable influence in public affairs, not Dimick, a wealthy citizen of Rock Island two hundred were seated around the well only in his day but at the present time, laden tables. A sumptuous repast was No man in his day did so much to mould o.. ..,.,! in pvi.ellt.nt stvle. which is oeculiar nuhlic oninion as he. (Applause.) .Jef to Caterer Herkert. Maj. H. C. Connelly ferson was the embodiment oi kecplheir place clean, and things arc iust I presi,u.d at the banquet, and in opening I manhood, ' intelligence and ability, c.iit, ri.ri.t u'ltli them. MeHnwhile the I ,i.,iiw..r,..l the f..ll.n in.' Address! I When was eiven to him the .. ..... ... --- .- , - arrived in the city Way in search of hi9 son. a vouug man who receutly desertei: his handsome youug wife to follow the footsteps of a dashing blonde oi ques tionable reputation. The son's name ii L. 1). Dimick and the blonde whose charms fascinated him bears the musical name of Maude Terry, ounil Uimu HYMENEAL. 8TBEL-WIR8INQ. At the residence of the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wirsing, at Orion, at 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon, occurred the marriage of Charles A. Steel, of this city, and Miss Minnie, daughter of the estimable couple above named. The nuptial knot was tied by Rev. A. L. Mor gan, the bridesmaids being Miss Minnie Duden, of Moline, and Miss Grace Bab' cock, of this ctty, and the groomsmen Messrs. A. F. Gray, of Rock Island, and Austin Wade, of Moline. Mr. Steel, who has been so fortunate in the choice of life companion, is a clerk in the Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific offices in this city and bears the respect of all who know him. His bride will be a welcome acqui sition to Rock Island social circles. The following is a list of presents tendered the happy couple: Grand sauare piano from bride's par ents: Whittiers poems. W. V. wriu'ui, Orion; oil painting, J. lliddenbran, ledar Rapids; steel engraving and easel, U. ii Cook, Rock Island; perfume case, Mr and Mrs. J. R. Mcllais, Minnie A. nig Bins and Hattie S. Homer, Orion; cut irlas.s water set. e'lL'ht nieces, A. r. Gray and sister. Rock Island; card receiver Mr. Mrs. and Madtre Crompton, Orion haneine lamp, D. R. Michiuor, Orion flower basket, Master Ralph Wirsiug; oil painting, Marion Udbcrt, Chicago; walei et Mr and Mrs. John MeEwen, Orion recliniuu chair, from boys of C. K. I- P freisiht office. Rock Islaud; ham paiuted ice cream set, Phil J. Cook. Free Meanwhile the abattoir of the city is neanng eomple- Gkntlkmen: As vou know, we have drawing of that immortal document, me mr,.j,.,i a handsome voune 'lady of high 0rt. 111., table scarf. Miss Minnie Simp -,..i ,i. ,,ii.riti.. tin- hnieherx Usaemhled for the purpose of celebrating 1 .WLrutinn of independence, it was his .social standing a few years ago, and to Lon. oCk Island; set silver fruit knives : , , .!... Ai.hmir.i. Iheadoolioiioflhatgreatcharterof liberty, I. onrl ah:litv ,. frftmPd that in- all anpearauces their married life : was a Minnie Duden, Moline; gold watch an """I it,., federal constitution. This erand event . . . J . . , .... hannv one. The vounff man fell into ..i,ain. crrooin to bride; chair tid y Miss 1 we are-sorry to note the fact, it is evident ,. f ()ur coUnlrT 0(.curred strument which was the Keynote oi our -howem RnJ unilUy deserted in Gilbert. Chicaco, silver flower vase 1 .1 . r ..1 ..l-W nil - .... l I .- . . II II that llifie is biood on the tace ol the n;Detv einht vears at;o Ualay. Our patriot success as a nation, sir. ai-uif his wife for a blonde siren. or a long Eiia . Hausler, CJrion; mirror, Mrs moon as far as the butchers and the city fathers, in obedience to a resolution of the I a&e& to his ability as governor of Yir time bis relatives did not know where he I Wright, Orion ; complete kitchen outti are concerned. . I In CODVeill'OU till iuib uuiuwc. iwaiuu i , . . . . I LIIIS UlT, u,l wuoj nto with ft determination to teach his son a iiR a. Uolks. sofa pillow. Mrs. A. Adveriued List ot Leturt No. 12 List t letters liu illled f.r, at the PwUlBre. at Rin k l"lund. fii k Island county, lllinDls, Sept. 18. IKsr,. congress of the confederation, assembled Linia ,.ahint nfflcer and President for had tone, but he was finally located in m. steel, Wichita, lias. ; oil painting in convention for this purpose. As Amer- If . .. . . this city, aud today his father arrived jirs x. Steel, Rock Island; teapot. Mo icans we do not read and study this great I r instrument as we should. Under Hamilton ana oilier noieustai.es- McDiinaMA I'D hluurk Miss Clara Kemiritv .1 t'us. King Willie La Ve'nhle Mrs l.arklli David liiiMtj;ren liiist Mullnes Vitus J..hti 3 i'luinmer Hiram 8 Ke:uln ( W Itx.ler Mrs -lessit S Srhllett Kred Suider II J Smllli I. I. TowtiHen l'm Werner A B Wrkiit I) W Wvalt I'lias Willrms Prank Water Geurge FOKKHIN LIST. Ei-klilam Mrs Ella (ive the nnuilier f the list when eallinK for advertised letters. r. W. 11 W Ki. I'. M. Book Mr August Hiirt.xi Mrs Alice Hell Miss Kuiina H.-rkli.'lz Mrs Ailirnsta Henuu I scr Hillmirs Mrs Vina Coleiuun Mrs I I'arpeiiter O J Carey V J Knckson 1' A Gray Mrs tienrye ttasillirlleli ,Iuseill Gallai.'hHr P C llaascbas WM Av HotTnian Miss Klisa lii)nliap)r t T Htiher .iosepll Hnran Miss Minnie Mi Laiililin W llliam In the brilliant days of republican men 0t his day. Jefferson s ideas were Rome, the very boys were taught the imr,ip. hi ideas represented the people fapplauso.) He was first to introduce verv stronu moral lesson. The son had Moraau; cook stove, Alex. Steel and wife Durchased a brick yard here. As the set irttssware. Mr. and Mrs Miner; silv father told Chief Speers his story tears I nana',,, rinirs and fruit dish, II. H. Lon trickled down his cheeks, and his frame nankins and tablespread, Mr. Alexandc shook as thouah palsied. The young straisrht: Dickie castor. Dill K. Mor RASMUSSEN'S CARD. In calling attention to the fact that we have refitted and redeenrst, ,' Studio, making it not only the most complete but decidedly the hmi,i' '"" est in this vicinity. We also wish to call attention to our display",, i'.'" i,i.... uln ,,.rb- nil rnppnt.lv nroducpil and Piintititiintr n.. . I uoioSiaiun. r , - '"uy nt)V.- . i ; ..nliinnd nl pITiwIn nf lirrtit ftnd sliailniv vurvin.. :.. - . !1 uiuaaiug 1IU3U.IUOO "a- '".""S m si.e tr miniature up to 16x20 inches. We have been assured by old and (, tent critics that it is by far the finest display ever made in this city artistic success is largely due to the fact that we make a greater eftt ' excel than to undersell, and we bring to our aid such experience as ., i" gathered from 17 years of continuous service (having begun our ViJ graphic career as a mere boy in 1807, since which time we have not (l.t months either by sickness or vacation) our long experience enables ,? appreciate the importance of scenic effects in Photo art, hence our nHra" ing room is fitted with a mass of accessories, consisting of stone wall. ustrades, stone and rustic bridges and fences, boat, rek3, pond eonuiuj" water lillies, stairways, screens, and a variety of back troiin,s, , chairs, table statues, vases, or what the Chicago Pl,..to-l!iirtati says, j. J equalled in any gallery in this vicinity, but We plainly gay (and 'it is ' matter easily demonstrated) that no gallery in this contains oue half of r amount of our instrumenU; we don't boast that they were bouuht in a m nant sale and used by predecessors for 25 years. On the contkahv, n,'. instruments are of the latest improved makes, coutaniiDg among oil.ri Voigllaender Enryscope and Dallmeyer Instantaneous Iiises. Thksk t" Cki.kbkatbd Lenses cannot be pound in any Gam.kry in this nY B ' ouits. A pleased patron is the best advertisement and we strive In mllt the advertisement by the excellence of our work. In order to better s satisfactory results, every patron is given a show of three or four n,,,l, lives, ilitlcrent positions, and all of these proofs arc shown, ami slmuM j. improyeinents suggest themselves, sittings will gladly lie made ir,. ,;' charge. Gallery corner 18th strt.et and 2nd avenue. Rock Island, mart) -dirty GRAND OPENING -OF- STOCK OF FALL Carpets and Oil Cloths. Stylos ainl juices never equalled. Everybody more tbi, isfied. Don't fail to t all and examine our stork. CORDES & KANN. Nos. ir(.M and 150S Seeond Ave., Rock lslai N. H. eii.iiuln'r iu1 P.'irlnr Setn a specially. ' un; t twelve tables by heart. Centuries have passed ami uic icpuuuu io vuij ivuimi- ... ihuooh iuimrii t'."... - " j i 3traiui; imwi, bered in history, but her laws of wisdom simplicity in the presidency and it was mftn Was arrested and brought to the Liiver svruD pitcher. Will McOovern; s continue to lie revered. Their power his wavs and plans that put the demo- Ltatiou. where he was confronted by his Ter Dickle castor, Mr. and Mrs. J. M will remain unbroken as long as the uni- I -..: nl.r,v ; nower for sixty years, parent. , Govern; hand painted wax candles. Mr. verse exists. flovern : hand ti.0 futh..r n.nQoneil with his son. ana I XTm T P Wmrht' mlver nerrome . . . MnnUnul Hp it was who inaugurated I '.'". , .uu .... . . - In the more patriotic days ol tng-prr handed him letters Irora lorgiving ones bottle, C.Trego. " '.. .... I .. .,i. nf "ir. tl, oitnra helonc the I .. .. i I n land s greatness, magna ijiutna was per-1 tuu ...v. , at home, u was to no purpose, u". thornton-montoomkkv. odically read to the people, the better to spoils," he put in men to represent nis for nc merely said: "wuen you waui to w&s wed(iin,r on Ull enable them to Know llieir riffois, anuij..a .prT h a nartv Drmctoles. talK business, cracs um un LOOKATTHBM, MCINTIRE & CO. AUK l'.KOlOlYlNU THEIR NKtV FALL there is no use of this business." There was a wedding on the govern - He was ment island last night, at the residence of DODO l;Ttl!K l OK R l 1 I! K n i ui;i:i: l UK K tnnnnsr them to aare maiuiain meui. . . ,.,!, They were taught that in this charter tle WM msn Blron lu '' , I locked up and Detective Hunt sent after I Mr. A. E. Montgomery; his daughter, were centered their liberties, and that not a aeoaier, a siaisiuau. tHt" ' .Ue woman . She soon put in an appear- Mi.a Marlhl, Was wedded to John II they must guaid those liberties jealously. I Mr. McOuirK. closed by extending an iu ance, but took things remaraaoiy easy I t ,u nn.ir ,i iiinrouf ni , r ecin - I .. .. .l.ti...i. 1. .nnn.,niQ.i.mAi.. wh. t.,r, vaa uvcm 1. IU uic M".i v.,. . I VUatlOn IO lUe iVUUK. 191UUU kUUUVJ uiuuv. v.,, -r- I , , . ...... .1.0 nnhii n,l tiiiprtipa of I ... I Ti. nnm.npn will Iihvr ft hearin!; tie-1 attended oy air. suuiuuuiit."- - : -.o t, h nreaent ftt the banuuet over I i , .... 11 oiinii v v t:;u 000 000 noon sst,s v v . i i o i i 11 s s v Y ; 11 o o o 0 11 s v v u 0000 i t ssss r ii o i o o i o s v ; ; o t i os s Y ;! IHXI OOO DODO ssss I 1 . . t . 1 . .. Knn. .1.1,1 11 it. . r our people also centered. Our fathers of V"' " f " 7 ,7" ; , wistiom have instructed us wcunsio lucn.n u.,,,...., this constitution as the mariner clings to j ities of the Hawkeye state. the last plank w hen night and the temps I ,.Tlie c0UutT Democracy" was re- est close around him. in war as wen as M,.Enirv of Z,.mft. i : . . ... . 1. ii i. , n.. ; n hu, 1 uiin I ' K "J ai uiura tuc .1... ,1.,. ,.1.1 .Inn ,,f atutp had ttl. I tie UaCCQ tnB UISUir Ul mi- u. m.. The bridal pair were Alex Montgomery, fore Esquire Teasdale at 10 o'clock in the I Jr., and Miss Lizzie Montgomery, broth-. morning on the charge ot adultery, t 1 er Bnd sister of the bride. The presents as the following list At the Theatra. T . lit.... li.il....m., I ..u-lc u n- Lasi eveuiii miss womi-iii; of i jq peace iminiH ,,t Ylikftwir'a IheiLtre in anew f our I irrput hut the . , . ,., f. u.i, i-v8 ritdited. The democratic party is racv in the county from its infancy to the f ,he law jje gavs his son is worth easy chair and " ' .. , I , ,, once more on deck. This old ship is now I Dre9eDt day .showed its material growth $5,tKKI in his own name, and aside from the bride's parents Mr. II uL'h Gibson, entitled "Gladys. 11 1 . . .. . ..ii... f . . . I i,;.! .,ii,; t nnu (.,n ti.a i.ri.b.'a ftl manned bv a callant crew, with Grover was tue nrsi appearauce iu me ijuccu (jieveianii at the helm. "San on, on opea bouffe in tins city, but her reputa tion as well as that of her manager who has never been known to bring forth any thing but a first class star, and company, served to stimulate the curiosity of a large portion of liot k Island theatre goers to see her. It was a fashionable and aps nreciative audience, and considering the and gaiu in influence, notwithstand ing the odds against it such as "taxation without representation." "It is marvelous," he said, "that our growth has been such under the unjust reDublican rule, in national, state am At mucan IYiaITi narilPH H rM III 1 1 II i III - 111 ."n . r; ,T nt' Tvt ,.M . were numerous, con .ersaiitm iuc cmci ah... i."v - would settle up his son's business in this testifies: city and take him home, while he would Set of table linen and napkins, nrnwutp the woman to the full extent anl castor from the bride's mother; 1 . . . , .u I . -j ...1.1.. r...... e&lUllou inuie ii, Mil hanging lamp this freak never did anything to cause from thebndos lallier; mars spreiu 'Bright, New and DesiraWe Selections for Fall, pniiioiino Critical and Economical Buyers to le Satisfactory in kii itr, Satisfaetorj in Style, Satisfactory in Price. Special attention is called to the following Dress Goods, Tricots, Flannels, Mixtures, Snipes. Koiigh Effects, Elegaut line of Clack Goods, etc. lil-itl, fine line of best makes. See the following: ship of state, sail on . " Never in the his tory of our country did we stand better amongst the nations of the earth. We are great, grand powerful. Our future is bright with promises of great blessings. Amiifwp piintinne under the guidance of noble men statesmen like President county affairs. In this county we have Cleveland and his lieutenants there is no been held in utter subjection long enough, point in prosperity, economy and purity anJ u .g time we were up an(i doing. We to which we, as a people, may not aspire. pnpm Bnd counter attractions of the evening a large Tufcn indeed will "the blessings of gov- "usv overcome . - - ernment, like the dews of heaven, be dis- this can only oe uone uj uuuru ... pensed alike upon the high, the low, the over the county." He urged immediate rich and the poor." organization and the promotion of dein the toasts ocratic principles, "aud we will elect a were then announced, and Chairman Con- glftte abator and two representatives nelly introduced Mr. J. II. Eckles, to (romthis district. (Applause.) Let us trouble. The action of the young man is cer tainly incomprehensible, and deserves the severest censure. Courted and j pelted by his parents, the object of a loving wife s sol:itude, placed in a suo- towels and table lamp, Sister Lizzie Mont gomery; tea china set, one dozen silver knives, one dozen forks, one dozen tea spoons, one half dozen desert spoons, eto.k. one sugar shell, one butter knife, from the bride's brothers ; all silver; one camp rocker, and one book from Mr. Lee aud Colored Silks, warranted. Wool Satiues. all shades. All Shades Cashmeres, ilti in Silk Velvet, German Worsted Yams, Ladies Cashmere Hose, Th 1,110 ;er Yard, former price wide. .2."i .83 .'iO .25 skein 1 pair auoTe are oiey a few of our hnien n,?, ami yn are cordially invited tn iniit't cur iri MdXTlIir one. The comedy is an interesting one in the first place, oue jieculiarly adapted to the star's talents both as regards comedy and operatic productions. The features are all new, nuve1 and interesting. The comedienne is of course the centre of attraction; who kept the audience in convulsious of laughter by her mirth, magnetism and frivality. Mr. Templeton apjiears in a prominent character, as does Mr. Gibson, the author of the sparkling piece. With all it was a delightfully bright entertainment, and if Miss Lewis ever returns to Rock Island, she will receive a cordial reception. . . I IT,..! Itritba- nnp fruit, and (rbls flower I stantial enterprise where success would McAnlev; one half doz- surely follow thrift, honored and res'iecN I en assorted tumblers from Misses Agnes ed in the comiuunitv where he wasLnd Annie Bixbv; one berry set from .........l 1... ,li .it. lav pil a lplr 111 niaiilv Mrs. S. Bixby; one half icaicu, hi. ,i.'.....j .... j I , . . ... , spirit and a great degree of baseness to turn his back ou these respectable con nections, and join his fortunes with that of a low and wanton woman, who is a stranger to virtue and the finer instincts of noble womanhood. BK1EFLETS. respond to "The Federal Constitution. aU hands in praise of Cleveland's ad- The speaker, in commencing, paid tribute ministration. (Applause.) Let us unite to C. J. Fox, the British statesman, act and worij and we will overcome that ing upon whose statements in the house j qoo majority which has existed for a of parliament, it was that our loretathers qUarter of a century. (Applause.) begged for the repeal of the stamp act of 0ur QueBts" was responded to by V. 1763; acting upon whose statement it was M gilding, Esq., whocame all the way that the shot was fired which was heard Irom the northern part of the state to around the world; the revolutionary war witu the party whose principles was carried on; the battle of Bunker Hill nehas continually aimed to promote, was fought; the horrors of Valley Forge wag a humorous discourse. He spoke endured; and the surrender ot cornwallis l . sneering remarks that had been willful waste of the city's water. Now at Yorktown took place. It was acting marje by republicans concerning the ban - jt COraes to light, according to the in upon the BritiBh statesman's statement quelthat it was something the demo- dictments returned bv the grand jury last ... , l , it jt . ... . that luose wno nau suurreu iur men Iq,.,. were not accustomed to. 'His. I nii;lil, that he has been appropriating dozen silver knives, one half dozen forks from Mr. and Mrs. King; one glass fruit dish from Mr. and Mrs. McGonigel; silver sugar shell and butter knife from Mr. and Mrs. James Montgomery; oue glass set from Miss Raphel Kennedy; one dozen French tumblers, three nickel sad irous trom Henry Steffenhagen ; two oil paintings Since the above was written it is I from Corporal. Dean; bird and cage i,..,nM n,.t Mr nimii k arrived home from Sergt. Fitzgerald; one half dozen with his erring son this morning, having Sen saSXlat either had him cleared ot tue cuarge . anJ w.,w nolder from the Misses against him, or else going his security Maggie, Maitie, and Era Brooks; silver Itoak'r in all kinds of SCHOOL BOOKS. Stationery, Confectionery, Choice Cigars, Toys. Kit On Fourth Avenue between Twentieth ami Twenty-first Sts., HlK'K i HARD COAL. Best Quality Egatid Urate, Range, Nut, ami No. i, All the Rest Quality, Etra Cflil!i. on nil tinlers leas (Han a Ion. for his appearance when wanted. In Hare Trouble- W. L. Coyne seems to be trodtling in a thornv rjath. A short time since he was arrested aud found guilty of pickle caster and longs, Froehlich. Mr. aud Mis wit is air $?.?." ju r ; - N,(H ' Screened and delivered. Order taken for Ibiril ami Si.fi WimhI. C. C. TUfESDALIvl At l'.S.Exiri-wl'" Look out for 'Esmeralda.'1 Dr. McCandless, dentist, corner Third avenue and Twentieth street. tf Advertise in the half-cent-a-.word-cols nmn of the Aitovs. It will pay you. The Rock Island rink is and more night after night. h.n,l time. a constitution under whicn liie best laws t0 ijanql,et, and our republican evidence produced before the graud jury, Money to loan on chattels 228 Main shall be extended to all, the forming friendg mu9t have the felicity of standing that Mr. Coyne has been in the habit of street, Davenport. Iowa. thereby of a government in which the 0Ut8Ule and looking in. (Laughter and turning on the meter in the hall occupied Mr.' Thompson Boney and daughter, people had a voice. Although they came applauae.) There are plenty of us demo- by the Knights of Labor soci ety, above of Buffalo Prairie, were in the city today, there w ith different ideas, it was with one crat8not oni, to feast here, but at the pub bj8 lodging quarters, allowing the gas to Mr. Boney is one of the be3t known men accord, and that for the best interests of Uc crib when nceded. (Laughter.) Af- eollir tie pipeeitending into the hall be in the county, and is an ardent democrat, the people. There were no sulfish mo- speaking of the filling of public offices low wbich he devoted to his private use. Dr. J.W. Stark, Dentist, avenue. Messrs. J. II. Eckles and Charles Neu- ing all these plans, and looking after all talf of the guests, extended the thanks tne ga8 in the hall, but simply shut it off bert, who were tne guests oi a. y. uursi, lnieresis iue uouBiimmm i. un. j ... Ior jjjg coraial reception accorueu anu through the meter. Uousequenlly wnen Sent. 16 Mr. Coyne turned the meter on again it baugh, et al J. W. Foy, Esq., of Henry county. Messrs. W . II. Lundy, J. W. Welch, M. M. Corbett. E. W. Hurst, J. H. Yore aud J. M. Reticker were called upon and each Court Callings. The jury returned a verdict for the de fendant in the case of the town of Canoe f!reek vsJohu McEnirv. The case of Barnes vs Ellis was called. CIVIL CAU8KS. Sent. 16 Assumpsit: Woodward Marshall v Hemenwav, Wickhoff & Co country, met iu federal ball, 1 uitadei- . id a lonjJ time since we have fest- , ciiT's caB to his personal use, and continued. W. T. Wynes v T. I). Davis; filling nirp Plua to oe presitieu over uj uc wuu icu i , . nuMie crib, or celebrated sucn ,.h,rrinr it on m the Kn irhts of Labor dismissed uy piaiutin Attend and the American armies to victory, to enact fea8linKi but we are there now, and have orgnnization. It seems, according to the APlettl by detenaant: I eter j. smi n . t . I . . , . , i . I . , p ,i-1. ii. Ii , .a haut laVB I . . . , I . ... ., . I . I.e. "ii niv . .i.i... , " acouBiuu.iuu uimu t,... rll,iltto Danatiei. anu our reuuimuau PV clence nroduced before tue graud lurv, mi. n i,,.j.i,.... ,.ui h. Ciiui v vircuigG ji.v. .luu,. , i. i. iiii. . . .i uj u aintiff. Case: C. J. Ostermau, adm., v C, R. I. & P. R. R. Co.; dismissed at plaintiff's costs. 17 Assumpsit: J. M. Orierson v W. fj. Lundy, continued at plaintiff's costs. ! Garnishee: Christ Kuehl, for use, v eXA.COB 1ULWY, n-alr a lid lniMirtcr in Marble and Granito Monuments C?frtiHial Designs furnished on application. Corresmndcnce sulioih l Works and Ollii-e on Kast 17tSi St., otuiosile 1. 0.. T- 1 Tl ,iI Tl nri.1 -.lly XVUUli A<tliu. J. T. DIXON, MERCHANT TAILOR And Dcalci in Mens' Fine Woolens, I 706 Second avem 1722 Bitcon. tives, the purpose was to form one indis- by men of honor integrity and character, It geom8 that the janitor of the hall when Johanna 8chlug. Default, judgment and dlvr. solvable union (applause)and after start. and ignoring selfish ambition, be, in be- meetings were over, would not turn out f"' 3j0; 8ame' 'l, 0i' Sliwe ' ' , . T .. - . 1 --.1 I lrt .11 ... B. . .. Oi. Esq., in this city, yesterday, returned to evening celebrate waa presented to the j tue u0unteouB repast partaken of. their home in Ottawa last evening. thirteen colonies for consideration, lo "Esmeralda" is coming. these men at Philadelphia, patriots each Don't forget the social to be given by aud every one, is due all honor and the "Wining Workers" at the Broadway praise, and to you, gentlemen, is due the church this evening. Ice cream, cake, right to celebrate an event on which an fruits, melons, and confections. Also a instrument was framed such as was never Missionary museum, full of curiosities given to a nation before. He spoke of the from Mission lands. A cordial welcome to increase in population, commercial pros aj perity and industry; increase in commerce The hour of the funeral of the late with foreign powers; of the American ag- ricnlturist. educational advantages, and protection to foreign born naturalized American citizens. "It is not, said Mr. Eckles, "enough for you to be full of gratitude; to be proud of your citizen ship? Tonight sectional animosities are o'clock Saturday morning, iustead of the afternoon. The many friends of the da- ceased gentleman are invited to attend the last sad rites. "Esmeralda" will be here next week. IN CDANCKUY. Partition; In reD. P. Sham Decree confessed; sale aud . ........ .i. .. ..it .,... ii... 1..11 Ti. ,,. order ol disiriDiiuou, aeuv lUc B - Decr(r. E A. Williams v Newell usual consumption of gas led loan in- g wa,iams. Default and st:t for hears vestigation, resulting as above stated. I : The errand iur returned five separate I Foreclosure: O. J. Dimick v Charles , :. i.. .v... ,...i.,f i. ,Ufu.,,lni fP Steiuhauser, et al ; rule to answer. made appropr.au, reu..a, .um.Uc rUB .8... v. Pt al. referred to growth of the democracy in the county, which he was arrestee; oy oueriu nencaer the ranid stride of the vouneer members I this morning. The amount of gas coni I i7chancerv: Chas. Andrews, et al of the party and the encouraging outlook sumed amounts to $30, and Mr. Coyne v Stephen Andrews, et al; referred t for the future. was held for grand larceny for that master. . lA , l" , . . , j Foreclosure: A. B Adams v 1). L Mai. H. C. Connelly congratulated the amuul lu lue BU- l BU" '" LaRue. et al. Master's report of sales Jefferson club on the successful manner LJnde furnishing security.be was released ,pDroved and stricken. : i.:i, .h. ,H h.,nnet had been from custody until time for trial. Mr. Divorce: Julia Ohlweiler v George conducted, he proposed three cheers for Coyne denies the allegations, and says it Ohlweiler; final decree and stricken the democratic party and for Grover is wnouy tue worn in sp.teiui euem.e.. Cleveland, which were given with a will Th)jre Wl)1 a meetinK oI lUe Land that made the hall ring. Bleuer's baud League at Morris's ball Sunday afternoon played patriotic airs, and the day's dem- Sept. 20th, at 3 o'clock. All who sym- onstration was over. "";u"0 " " - ""- w ue prewub, Thomas F. Cabt, President. John M ulo.uebn, Secretary. E. H. COLLINS, If?jCZ5 G ZEi! n rsKa- Wcll's Fire ami Water Proof Paint ami W PRESERVER, lioi'K ISLAM1 'lti-Mirinj ami Painting nf lil Kliinuli! itontn 9 sjieoialty. Residence e.r. 5th Ave., ami SOlli Si in 'iiHi GRAND OPENING OF JOE HUBER'S SALOON, Mr. Harry Cleveland, the cashier of forgotten; sectional stnte is at an eno. the Templeton Catharine Lewis company, In the cities of the dead, tnose wno met is as genial and cordial a gentleman as is in conflict a quarter of a century ago, often met. He was Litta's leading tenor sleep together beneath the sod, over which for a number of years aud managed her I kirftlly nature has spread cer manue Bsrvoas DebiluaMd Men. himself. He is a musician of rare merit of peace. (Applause.) iiet us aim to y allowed a free trial of thirtj The warmer weather often has ade- and understands his business thoroughly, lie one people, happy and united." (Con day 0f the use of Dr. Dye's Celebrated pressing and debilitating effect. Hood's Mr. Chas, C. Truesdale is now a fulN ntinued applause." Voltaic Belt with Electric Suspensory Sarsaparilla overcomes all languor and jur. vuaa, Pawa president Grover App ances, for the speedy relief and per- lassitude. fledged business man. He is operating a "The People s President-Grover rf enouB Debmty ,0J of w.1 and soft coal and wood supply de- Cleveland" waa responded to by Vit&litv and Manhood, and all kindred Nearly a half in number and two thirds not and hisheaduuarters are in the United Eugene Lewis, Esq., of Moline. It waa troubles . Also, for many other diseases, in point of circulation of the newspapers stolen goods; two indictments States express office. Truesdale will sell with some diffidence, Mr . Lewis aaid, Complete restoration to health, vigor and of the world are printed to tngiisn, dik. cA... r. wiui. ...... , ,i. ,.h4u,i I manhood iruaranteed. No risk is incurred. I as low as Hie lowest, and the coal he mat ne arose to r TUustrated T Datnohlet, with fuU informs- The British Medical association now handles is of the best quality. INDICTMENTS. The grand jury came in at 4:31) yea-1 terday afternoon with the following true bills against the persons named: Thos. McGovern Burglary. Coarad Ward Larceny. , Weslev Reddiff Burglary. Tady Kelly Assault with deadly weapon. Perrv Carley Burglary. Thos. McCabe Larceny; two indict ments. Stephen Williams and Edward Caso Buralarv: three indictments. Case Van & ' Williams Received No. 31i0 - - - - - , - On Saturday Evening, Sept. 19 f?"A Oram! Uinrh will lird. 0' V RICHARD F. WITT," Licentiate in pharmacy, assigned to him, not however because he fe to mdled free b addreags numbers thirty three branches, with .j..rf;..m..i : nihBr nnhimn. and wasn't in full sympathy with it, but be-1 inB Voltaic Belt Co.. Marshall. Mich. 1 258 members, and invested funds to the it.. imiw. cause be felt he couldn't do it justice. He deod & w. amount of 19,541. Albert Amberg Assault to murder; two indictments. Albert Amberg Carrying concealed weauons. :- . " f I W. L. Coyne, Grand larceny; fine ins dictmeot. IP SUCCESSOR ,T( V. M. WIIKATON, UKALKR IN TJ" IE - p, K TJQS And Toilet Preparations, Corner 2nd Ave., and I71'1 St w c