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Rock Islantd Argu
fOLUHE XXXIII NO 279
KOCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS, TUESDAY. SEPTEMBE1I 22, 18S5.
ESTABLISHED OCT. 18. 1851
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Oar Mammoth Store is literally
New Fall Goods, consisting of
thins;, Hats, Caps and furnishings, and if our Low Prices
I accomplish onr object, we shall succeed. While other Mer-
aiits generally mark New Goods
end of the season, we have
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ver be any deviation or redaction.
EVTLEMEN We call vour attention to
ilsuvs carry the Largest Assortmeul, ami re making; Clothing to order l. per
rlifsptr than other Tailors cbaage. Ladies and Oeutlemen are welcome to
our our new stock, whether you purchase or not, we shall receive you with
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Plain and Decorative Paper Hanging and Kalsoruiniiig.
A complete stock of
Wall Paper. Curtain Fixtures, Cornice Poles atd Room Mouldings. Mixed
Paints always on hand.
WAImi a full lino of Art Goods and Artists' Materials Lessons vWeu iu Painting and French
Kiiihroidnry Work. Embroidery Silk, Cords and Fancy Goods wlmn are sol 1 at close
figures ; call and left prices of work.
1813 Second Avenue, ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
JACOB OHLWEILER, Jr.,
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Wines, Liquors, Beer and Cigars,
No. 309 Twentieth Street.
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A complete stock of
Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing,
Hose, Fire Brick, Etc.
Sole agent for
Water Motors for Sewing Ma
chines, Etc.,
Deane Steam Pumps,
Novelty Force Pumps,
Safety Heating Boilers, and Con-
1 tractors for furnishing and Lay
Water, Gas and Sewer Pipe
1712 Fiest Ave.,
Rock Island, Illinois.
Telephone 1148. Residence Telephone 1071
THE EMPIRE STATE.
IMPOSSIBLE TO PROGNOSTICATE THE
OUTCOME OF THE
Hew York Kepnnllean Convention Plenty
of Timber and Nobody Moon Ahead
Fted Grant's Friends at Work
Other Political News.
Saratoga, n. Y.. SoDt 2i The citr is
full of Republican poliUcians. Among
them are Qen. Joseph E Carr, Joseph W.
Drexel, and Chairman James D. Warren,
all can d Mates for the gubernatorial nomina
tion. A delegation headed by James Tan.
ner, of Brooklyn, is here in the interest of
Col. Fred Grant for secretary of state.
delegates to tbe Knpiinheau state conven
tion are arriving in large numbers, and the
quiet of Saturday and Sunday has been
changed to one of bustle and activity and
political "booming." Tbe good material
in the field from which to select a candidate
for gubernatorial honors is commented upon
on every hand. There have been twenty-
live or twenty -seven names mentioned fir
the first plaoe on tbe ticket, but. of course,
the greater number of these will not receive
and do not expect anything more than a
complimentary vote in the convention.
Ibe standing of the various candidates
at tlie present time, based upon a careful
canvass made Monday afternoon, appears
to run in ordar about as follows: A. K Cor
nell, Corueiius N. Blia-i, Ira D. Daven
port, J. W. Drexel, Joseph B. Carr,
vi F. Morton. James D. Warren,
William H. He ward and James Wadsworth.
with Messrs Andrew D. White. Noah
Iavis, Dr. Swinburne, B. F. Tracy, Senator
Htinry R. Low and nearly as many others
commanding more or less strength. There
i no denying the fact that Uen. Carr, who
me days ago stood foremost in tbe list of
names for the first place, is rapidly losing
strength. His friends claim, however, that
before the gas is lighted again his boom will
be the strongest in Saratoga.
New York county holds the kev, and the
city delegates are hard at work endeavoring
to harmonize upon a good man. Mr. (Sew
ard's name is frequently mentioned for
second place, and it is believed that be is
very strong. Davenport has many friends
for tbe lieutenant governorship.
A quiet movement n on foot to make Col.
Fred Grant the nominee for secretary of
state. Tbe uncertainty of the gubernator
ial candidates, hower, leaves the minor
places on tbe ticket still very much clouded.
They have not been sufficiently discuised to
warrant any statement regarding them.
Tbe best politics at tbe present time are
those of ex-governor Cornell His friends
have been playing a shrewd game, and it
has worked admirably. Had tbe nomina
tion been made Monday be would
surely have been chosen. Even those who
are bitterly opposed to his selection admit
this.
In conversation with a very Intimate
friend of Senat r Miller, a correspondent
ascertained that in his opinion the probabili
ties were that if New York city oould con
centrate their forces upon any one man it
was Bliss, and that in the event of failure on
the nart of citr delegates to act as a nnit
James D. Warren, of Buffalo, would de
velop a surprising amount of strength. The
oity delegates appear to take but little stock
In Warren, and rather lean toward Seward
as their choice outside of tbe city. "But,"
tbey xay very emphatically, "the candidate
for governor must and will come from New
York city.
New York, Sept 2a In an interview
with Hon. Levi P. Morton Monday after
noon at the Fifth Avenue hotel, that gentle
man stated that he had no idea how the
state ticket nominations were going, but
that if he was nominated of course he would
accept Gen. Carr, be said, seems to bave
tbe greatest slrengtb at present, he bung
tbe only one who has worked actively to
pet tbe nomination.
Musle In the Iakota Convention.
Sioux FAIXS, D. T., Sept. HA -There
was quite an excited discussion in the con
stitutional convention Saturday over the
resolution introduced Friday by Campbell,
of Yankton, declaring that people have the
inherent right to alter, reform, or abolish
their forms of government It was
looked upon as a sort of seces
sion move by many of tbe members
of the convention, and the chairman, Judge
Edgerton, left hi? seat ami made an earnest
argument against it The matter was
finally d isposed of y reference to a commit
tee of five, t be appointed by the chair.
The particular part of tbe clause objected to
was the word "aboil -h."
Later Tbe threatened trouble in the
constitutional convention was adjusted,
Monday, by the adoptiou of a substitute for
Campbell's bdl of right. The substitute
declares that all political power is inherent
in the people: all free government founded
on tneir authority ; and that tbey have the
right to alter the forms of government; de
clares tbe stats of Dakota an inseparable
part of tbe union, and tbe r ederal constitu
tion tbe supreme law of the land.
Senator Barnum's Tlews.
Chicaoo, Sept 22. Hon. William H
Barnum was at the Grand Pacific Sunday.
To a reporter be expressed his opinion that
the civil service law was nonsense; that
bone-it administration was tbe only issue at
present, but that the silver question was
going to take up a large part of oongres
sioual time. He believed that Cleveland
would in bis message take the same position
that he had in his famous silver letter. He
thought there ought to be at least 30,0(10
bayonets not shoulder-straps in tbe
army. Garrisons of from 500 to 3,000
meu should ba permanently stationed at
cities like New York, Brooklyn, Chicago.
Cleveland, Omaha, etc: Then there would
be no likelihood of a repetion of tbe terrible
riots which have disgraced tbe annals of
these cities in the past.
Logan Can Not Go to Ohio.
Columbus, Ohio, Sept ii There is some
di-appoin tment among Republicans that
John A. jLmgan can not come to Ohio for
this campaign. He has written a letter to
Cbauucey Andrews, of Yonngstown, that
he is laid op with rheumatism and can not
get into the state in time.
Many Visitors to Grant's Tomb.
New York, bept 82. There were more
visitors than usual on a buuday at the
tomb of Gen. Grant, not less than 40,000
people visiting tbe park. Mrs. Grant, ao
ompanied by U. S. Grant, Jr., and a little
girl, drove up to the tomb in the morning
and remained a few minutes. Later in tbe
day Secretary Endicott called and looked
over Camp Grant with evident interest It
na been decided that the guard of regular
troops will be maintained at the tomb until
January, if not longer.
Activity af Knights er Labor.
Chattanooga, Tenn., Bept 82. The
Knights of Labor are organising throughout
the state on a very extensive scale. Fully a
doseu lodges bave been formed in the past
ten days, two being tormea nere, ah ine
lodges in the state are arranging for a meet
ing iu this city next month to devise pti
to further xteod the order in the south.
Tire and Accident
Insurance in reliable companies at lowest
rates, apply to . Lieberknecbt, real es
tate, loan and insurance agent and nota
ry public. Collections made. Office 171 'v
Second avenue. eodtf
The Cleveland Istbor Troubles.
Cleveland, Ohio, Sept 23. -Nearly S00
of the rolling-mill men, who struck twelve
weeks ago against a reduction, went to
work Saturday without opposition, and It
was thought the backbone of the strike was
broken, but tbe rolliag-mills did not start
up Monday morning as expected. It tran
spires that the rolling-mill company bad
made preparations to start the fires in the
hope of misleading the strikers into the be
lief that tbey had enough to start the mills.
The plan has proven a complete failure and
the starting of the mills has for the;preaent
been abandoned A large force of police
men is on the grounds to prevent trouble.
Paymaster Hmlth's Case.
Washington City, Sept 22. The court
martial of Paymaster General Smith re
convened Monday by order of Secretary
W hitney, and held a long session with closed
doors. tSoon after the assembly of the
court, notice was served on Secretary
Whitney and the president of the court that
Messrs. Chandler and Hunton, couu'el for
Gen. Smith, will apply on Wednesday for a
writ of prohibition, to prevent further pro
ceedings with closed doors, and nullify
whatever action was taken Monday. The
court immediately adjourned for two weeks
with Secretary Whitney's assent
Official Appointments.
Washington City, Sept. 22. The presi
dent has appointed James T. Giffer, assist
ant appraiser of merchandise, in tbe New
Orleans district
The president also appointed tbe following
postmasters: John T. Cottrell at Fort
Scott Kan. ; F. S. Reefy, at Elyria, Ohio;
Oliver J. Dale, at Monticello. Ind.
The po-ition of chief postofrice inspector,
salary $:,0OO per annum, has been tendered
to William A. West, of Mississippi Mr,
West has not yot signified his acceptance,
but probably will soon.
Texas Fever iu Illinois.
Duyi'oiN, I1U, Sept 22. There are a
number of cases of Txas fever among the
cattle in this locality. Great excitement
prevails among the cattlemen, as some of
the most valuable imported herds in south
ern Illinois are located in this vicinity.
Prompt measures have been taken to purify
tbe stock-yards, but it is feared that the
dread disea-e has already obtained such a
hold on the cattle that it can not be eradi
cated w ithout great loss to tbe cattlemen.
Funeral of Bishop Lay.
Baltimore, Sept 22. The funeral of the
late Bishop Lay, of tbe Protestant Episco
pal church, took place from Christ church
at Kaston, Md., Monday afternoon. Inter
rnent will be made at Spring Hill cemetry.
The remains of the deceased bishop left thn
city over tbe Pennsylvania railway at 6:40
Monday morning, accompanied by the
members of his family and a number of
Episcopal clergymen.
Do Mores Acquitted.
Bismarck. D. T., Sept 22. After the de
livery of a fair and impartial charge by
Judge Francis the case of the Marquis de
Moras was given to the jury, and in five
minutes it brought in a verdict of not
guilty. Not a word was spoken in the jury
room, and but one vote was taken. . The
jury was camp. wed of leading business men
of this city, and the verdict is regarded as
Just
The Latest Child Murderer.
OwiNosviLUt, Ky., Sept 22. Sunday
night at Sprout's school bouse, five miles
east of this place, a little boy named Grant
Purvis became enraged at a little son of
Mr. Alder Sprodt and walked up behind
him, dealing the little fellow a blow on the
head which knocked him senseless. There
is little hope of the boy's recovery.
Slilrt Factory Burned.
Tbov. N. Y., Sept 23. Herman Aucka-
aiand Cos. 's shirt factory was burned Sun
day night Tin loss is estimated at f 75,000
cvvema ttr insurance.
A Coal Company Falls.
Bhaidwood, 111., Sept. 22. The sen
sation of the day here is the failure of the
Eureka company, of which A. B. Meeker
is president. Last Saturday was tbe
monthly payday, when about $4.(HK) was
to bave beeu paid out for work in Au
gust. Payment was not made, however,
nd tbe employes soon became alarmed.
Shortlv after midnight Monday morning
several attachments were executed, and
tbe merchandise in tbe Eureka "truck
store" was levied upon. Then parties from
Morris attached ibe mines and material
In them, such as engines, pit cars, and
machinery generally. The said mine is
located just across the Will county honn
dsry line. Dozens of other attachments
were issued, and a large quantity of goods
wascarled away in custody of constables.
Sheriff Ueitz, of this county, arrived at
3 o'clock with seven or eight more attach
tnents, aggregating $2,50(1, aside from
those previously mentioned. Soon there
after a placard appeared at the front door
of tbe store, reading as follows:
I have taken possession of all the prop'
erly of tbe Eureka Coal company as re
ceiver of the United States court.
C. P. WllKELKR.
It appears that C. P. Wheeler is secre
tary of the Eureka Coal company, and
has his office on Dearborn street, Chica
go. It is impossible to get at an estimate
of tbe company's liabilities, though in
this city it is known that tbey will aggre
gate all of 7,000. A large iuvoice of dry
goods was bought by tbe company last
week in Chicago. Kumois are afloat that
the company will pay all the indebted
ness, but few believe such statements.
Executor's Notice.
Estate of SlUa Sweet, deceased.
The undersigned having been appointed Execn
tor of the last will and testament of lilir.a Sweet,
late of the countv of Kock Island, stale of Illinois,
deceased, hereby gives notice that he will appear
befoie the county court cf Kock Island county, at
the office sf the clerk of said court iu the city of
Kock Island, at uie NoveniDer term, en Ike second
Monday in November next, at which time all per
sons havine: claims aeainsl said estate are notified
and requested to atteud for the purpose of having
the same adjusted. AO .arsons lnneotca to said
estate are requested tc aiake immediate payment
to me nnaeisifrnea.
Dated this 22nd day of September. A. D., 1885.
2I-d4v R. F. BWEKT, Executor.
HARPER'S THEATRE.
ONE NIGHT ONLY.
Wednesday Eve., Sept. 23d.
BARLOW,
WILSON
& RANKING
MINSTRELS!
Representing High Art in Minstreleey. ,
All the Former Favorites Retained I
And ttie Latest Novelties added to
The already Complete Boeter?
Barlow, Wilson, Rankin,
Dougherty, Hall, Goodyear,
Teirny, Wayne. Adams,
Casej, Thomas, Dixon,
Fox and Woods,
Together with the Largest and Finest
Brass Band and Orchestra !
Mow traveling.
Beserved seats for sale at Harper Boose Brag
store at usual prices.
THE MARKETS.
Chicaoo, Sept 2L
The market quotation on the board o t
trade, to-day, were as follows: Wheat Ne,
Sentember. opened SVAe. closed 82Xc:
October, opened s2'c, closed WJsjo; Novem
ber, opened Mc, uiosed soxe. iwn-na
Ueotember. opened ixxa, closed 42c:
October, opened 4lc, closea 4le; Novem
ber, opened closed 81) if a Oats No. t
rjeptember, opened 2.".Jc, closed 25c; Octo
ber, opened 25c, closed 24o; May, opened
Mc, closed 28c Pork October, opened
ana closed t9.0u; November, owned ts.80,
closed 1185; January, opened tU&X, closed
$R;i7). Lard October, opened and closed
to.
livestock ins union ntocx yarns report
the following range of prices: Hogs The
market opened weak; light and heavy
grades 10c lower; light t3.6oQ4.40;
rougn packing, so.oDgio.3o; neavy packing
and suippiug lots t&yig4.h Cattle
Stronger; shipping, 4.0ut.U0; butchers,
tl.75dtXt0; stockers 2.5u4.U0; Texans,
t2.T5vJ4.O0. Sheep Stoady; common, ti00
j2.7o; good. eUO034.00.
Produce: Butter Extra creamery.
21vJ22c; fancy dairy, 14c; packing, o0a
per lb. r.ggs UMdioxe psraoz. rotatoes
isjl.ioper urn. i ouitry .-spring emexsns,
ttti ke; spring ducks VueT.itfc; turkeys, 11c,
per lb; prairie chickeas, :(.oo((j;t. 23 per dor.
Apples r air togoou, tiMciou; cuoiou, i.ij
Acs lork.
New York, Sept 21.
Wheat St 2. red winter, September Hoc;
do October Ko.-; do November 9tt,c Corn
JNo. 2. mixeu, 4S'tc October ana Novem
ber; 475ic Decern iwr. Oats No. 2, mixed,
October 2054c; do November 30,a Rye
Nominal. Barlev Dull. Pork Quiet;
family mess fit. 25. Lurd October io.35;
November to 40.
St. Loaiiw
Sr. Louis, Sept 2L
Wheat Fairly active and higher, closing
Jiwlcabove Maturdav; No. 2 red cash, KO
il Vc; Octotier, SMc; November, 4,sjc.
Corn Lower and low, closing Jc below
Saturday for nesr-by options: cash. 41c,
regulsr; fceptimur, 41o; uctoiier, jsc
Oats Verv inactive; e&ih, 'M(S'i4e; Io
options -old. Kye V'liet; 54c Provisions
Pork slow: '..40MiJ..iO asKed. Ijura nomi
nal; frt.25. Whisky Steady; fl.08.
lolfHlO.
Tolkoo, Ohio, Sept 21.
Wheat Firmer but dud; N 1. 2casa, 8sWa;
October, Sajtfc; November. 91c: May, iWa;
No. 2 .soft, csli, ic; October, 02Wc; No
vember, 91.: a ked; December, 9.')Jc; May,
tl .imV a-kel. On-ii Easy and quart; cash,
44 Ouober, 44''c a-ked; year, 37c; May,
.vl ru rirm, Iut in light request;
as i, 27t.se; druuier, .'-; November, syc;
Mav, SiV.c Clover Nominal: cash. V.4U
bid; Oclo'or. 5 i; Novnuar, $$.50; De
cember, fo ri I.
Milwaukee
Milwaukee, Sept 21.
Wheat Wik; cash. SSc; October. 83Wo:
Xovemisjr. o.v,-. Corn Tain.-: No. 2. 44.
O.tUs St-ad v; No i. 2"?4c. Rye Firm;
No. 1. 50.isic" Uariey Quiet; No. 3, ;Uc
CHICAGO.
Article. 0eiiiiiff. dosing,
Wh"t- Anffnst
Sept. .... M
Oct. ?!"4 Hli
Nov. SO
Ch:n August
Sept 44V 42
Oct. 4--'aH 4(l?i
Nov. 3!)!, i0
Oats Au2u?t
Sept ....
Oil. 25'4 ib
Nov.
Hor.F Aucusl ....
Sept. .... 8 84
Oct. 8 s:(sj 8 85
Nov. 8 85 8 77
Lahd-AuiisI .... ....
Sept .... 6
ct. 6 27 25
Nov. , 1T14 a 25
KlBs Auinut ....
Hcpt ...
Oct. 6 97 5 Ti
Nov
Hwri lT.lUKl; lit'la, 4 40 it 75; mixed, :(5i4 30
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ROCK ISLAND.
ML 94c
t jy Tiiiuillo. 8 60
Usy-Wild $7 51)
Kve 45-.
Oorn -.Tie.
Potsioes iSc.
Onions Sic.
One Soft 11 ; li.nd s 5.
void wood f i no.
a nw f5 Hi
SPECIAL
EXTRACTS
MOST PERFECT MADE
Pirrestand stromTPst Natural Fruit Flavors.
Vanilla, Lemon. Oransre, Almond, Rose, etc,
flavor as delicately and natiirallv a the fruit
PRICE BAKING POWDER CO.,
CHICAGO. ST. LOUTJU
Sheriff's Sale.
By virtue of an Execution and Fee Bill No.
MUtt, iHtiued out of thi? clerk's office of the cir
cuit court of Kck island county, and mate of
illinotH, and to me directed, hereby 1 am com
manded to make the amount of a certain imle
mMit recently obtained nyainut H. U. Terry in
favor of Km nk IU, out of the lain., tenements,
goods and chattel of the aid defendant, 11. B
retry, I have levied upou the follow, ug projter
ty. to-wit:
The eat half (44) the north-wen quarter (W)
of ectlon nineteen in township No. sixteen
lifi., north range ro. nve i) wen or me founn
(4ihi principal meridian, iu the county of Kock
lelnnd nd tare of Illinois.
Therefore, according to taid command, I shall
ex owe for cale. at uublic and km. all the riiftit
title and interest of the above named II. 0
Terry in and to the above dencribed property, o
Hatiirdav the 10th davof ortoner. lwa,S o cioe
p. m., t the north door of the court honae in the
city of Rock Inland, in the county of Hock irl
and and mate of llliuoia, forcai-h in hand, to aat.
ify BHidexecutione and fee bill.
Dated at Kock Inland, tliit IVtrtt day of Scnteni
ber, A D., 1885. JOHN M. KKTIC'KKK,
S tie riff of Rock loland County, Illinoia
i G. Iteoi,
1805 Second Avenue,
Has just received his
Fall Woolens,
consisting of
SUITINGS and
OVERCOATINGS,
The best to be found in tbe Market,
comprising all the
Novelties of the Season
And prices the lowest for first
class work.
' tneua.
(UIRMINS
llkst,
i iEMO
R. CRAMPTON & COMPANY.
We do PLUMBIN.G of all
kinds, including Sewer Work.
Gall and
WILLARD
Rock Island,'
MBS. G. SWAN'S
3MEUSICAL SCHOOL.
No. 1608 Second Ave,
Terms: Twenty Lessous, in advance Instrumental $12.
Vocal $12. Harmony $14.
Graduates Students of Music.
UgTMrs. Swan is also dealer in the famous Bauer Piano.
sept-Sl-dly
LAND AND
Medill &
POST OFFICR BLOCK,
Land for sale on Six
ffTt 250. 000.00 TO LOAN in amounts to sait
THE "TIVOLI,"
M. MAGRUM, Proprietor, ,
Second Avenue, - - Opp. Harper House.
ISTThe '"TrvoLi" has lately been transformed Into a Palace equaling in every respect the Snes
saloons in Chicago and surpassing anything in the three c. ties A number of Faun operated by
machinery for keeping the air cool is one of the leading features of the place. Tbe Liquid
Kefreshments dispensed at this establishment is in keeping with its grand improve
ment. aii eiegant luucn servcu every morning, au ainua oi sandwiches
Jnn-7 d6in
served
ROCK ISLAND
J. W. WIRTEL, Prop'tr.
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PAEK & ELLIS,
Now ia the time to secure bargains. We
have marked our Summer Goods down
to
t7Come and see us.
S. SOUTHARD,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
UPHOLSTERED FURNITURE,
MATRASSES AND PICTURE FRAMES.
Alfo Dealer in Mirrors, Cornish Poles, Curtain Fixtures, Mouldings, Etc., t
tarl'ricis lower tban the lowest Tremau's Block, opp. Commercial Ilotel.
JOE HUBEE'S
CENTER STATION!
No. 3166 Moline Avenue, Rock Island, 111.
Fine Stock of Wines, Beer, Liquors, Cigars, Etc.
Always on baud.
This space is reserved for
-JOHN T. NOFTSKER'S
Acorn Advertisement.
aturtS-dsC
see us.
BAKER & CO.'S
Opposite Harper House.
- Illinois.
up stairs, Rock Island.
LOAN OFFICE.
Whitehead,
UOCK ISLAND, ll.l,
to Twenty Years time.
on Farm property, 6(4 to 7 per cent. n.ar-9 du ly
on short notice.
TRUNK FACTORY
No. 1809 Second Avenue.
Manufacturers of all kinds of
Trunks,
Traveling Bags,
Sample Cases.
"REPAIRING DONE.1
cost in order to clear ourselves
before Fall Goods come in.
PARK. & ELLIS,
1 704 Second Avenue.
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