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Rock Island Daily Argus.
ROCK ISLAND, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20. 1886. PRICE FIVE CENTS VOL. XXXV. NO. !. ' ' Second Avenue mmmmi inn I m4X (BBS fpal y yX X X spjggiOjpP "I f J X r&S We chalice MOST PERFECT MADE X X4iQy X comparison in our "lw 0 ... r .TV. x Pr-Turon" with strict n'irnj toPnrHv.Pfrrnirlh (irttt X X line of Hats and Men's JWJ: f Kxlraet, Vanilla. lA'tii-m. -te., flavor dplu-tonely. Furnishing Goods generally, phce bakihg pwpc cp. c;.c.intfsi.t: III IO Cr -j si I (I..: - S'liriiit-e everv- one perfect. And will seed Cup. '! iw.ntvila t' triel. to responsible parties. r ':-it"a Safety Deere's Block, Moline, 111. Telephone aOM. -FALL -80.- fl.- li HOPPE, Ae TAILOR, (Successor to and lute ('utter for I. Liberman,) 1803 Second Ave., Rock. Island. FINE WOOLENS, CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, Worsteds, London Suiting and Trouserings. STLargest nil most complete stock at the Lowest Prices. Particular Attention given to Good Work. S. H. MOORE'S ewing Machine Room Taird Ave., and Twentieth St., Rock Island, HI.; and 326 Brady Street, Davenport, Iowa. grTerms and prices defy competition. All kinds of Machines Repaired and Warranted. Oii, i t! n 1 : f r 'i k"! -if M itjtiin-H keor in stuck. First-Class New Hardware Store, no. m second avenue, MOTT & LIDDERS, Proprietors. t3FA gen..)al hiirj of Hardware. A specialty of Shelf goods and Carpenter's supplies. J. T. DIXON, MERCHANT TAILOR, And Dealei iii Mens' Fine Woolens, I 706 Second avenue. HAWTHORNE'S OYSTER PARLOR, RESTAURANT AND BAKERY, ' E. WILCOX DEALEIl IN ' FLOUR AND FEED DAVIS & CO., PLUMBERS AND Steam Fitters. A complete to Oc t of Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing, Hose, Fire Brick, Stc. Sole a ent for Oe.me Steam Pumps, SMiHr FEED LUBRICATORS, Healing Boilers, and Contrac tors for furnishing and Laying Water, Gas and Sewer Pipe. 1712 Fibst Ate., Rock Island, Illinois. Telephone 1148. Ruirlence Telephone lrtn -WINTER '87. PATRONIZE W. P. Tindall's SALE AND FEED Livery Stable, Hilli ttnti 16)5 Thhrf avenue, '.ROCK ISLAND, ILL. Turn-Outs. Telephone No. 1142 100 Doses One Dollar TIoocI's Sarsaparilla is the only medicine of which this ran be truly said ; and H is an unanswerable argument as to the strength and positive economy ct this great medicine. Hood's Harsaparilla is made of root, herbs, barks, etc., Iotir and favorably known for their power in purifyinp the blood ; and in combination, proportion, and process. Hood's Sarsaparilla is peculiar to itself For economy and comfort we use Hood's SarsapariUa.' Mrs. C Brewstfr, Buffalo. 'Hood's Sarsaparilla takes time and quantity to show its effect than any other preparation I ever heard of. 1 would not be without it in the house." - Mits. C. A. M. Hubbard, North Chili, N. Y. too Hoses One Dollar Hood's Sarsaparilla cures scrofula. Bait rheum, all humors, boils, pimples, general de bility, dyspepsia, biliousness, sick headache, catarrh, rheumatism, kidney and liver com plaints, and all afiections caused by impure blood or low condition of the system. Try it. " I was severely afflicted with scrofula, and for over a year had two running sores on my neck. 1 took five bottles of Hood's Sarsapa rilla, ard consider myself entirely cured." C. E. Lovejot, Lowell, Mass. Hood's Sarsaparilla did me an immense amount of good. My whole system has been built up and strenpthened. my digestion im proved, and my head relieved of the bad feel ing. I consider it the best medicine I have ever used, and should not know how to do fritbout it." MARY L, Feble. Sab m, Mass. Hood's Sarsaparilla Sold fcy all flmcpists. n ; six for 5. M.uto only by C I. UOOD & CO., Lowell. Mass IOO Doses One Dollar. c3 o o jr. z o S O a i5 H F-H u OS o h3 O S5 o Buford & Loosley, Insurance Agents. The old Pire and Time Tried companies Re prcBfntd LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID. "iatee bp low a an Reliable Comprtny can afloid onr rairoij ice if oiiciti tW(lBce id Argun Block. AUCTION AN 1 COMMISSION W: H. LUNDY, AUCTIONEER well ; Attend Sale CITY OR COUNTKY, 1 mt'iletBlecbmrtCr, r Receive Consignments atid make prompt returns. moid! imn BOCK ISUMD IL!. FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE. J. E. Loosley & Co., -UENBRAL- Insurance Agents tfLofiaei! prominly adjusted and pnid at tin (Successoi of Hayes & Cleaveland ) Adeucy ostshlinhed ISfi?1. Otllce in lknt;stun'ti liiiH-b. Dr. B. G. Miller Would n'MiH-clftitly nuiHMinre to tltf ni.-k hi., I nf llic.ed. far an-1 mr. thai he treatu riiHiruli ra? oi ati kinu.. rtfim- uno chronu:. (midwifery and perience. DilTerin!; with all other! in plans of trentuit-Dt ; mako.ii; in.-irvvloni- riin vhcri- othern laiiea logtve rem-i; uiaKusa Bjuviiiliy of Rhecmatism and Neuralgia, For which he M-' a pper1I trentmetit and never faili tocure. You need 8nfT'-r mj Ionizer. ,'on ("ollation free. Office tumrs a. m., lo fi p. . liffiee and residence No. tg BiirlMrM!th struetj Rock Inland. Addresn letter bos Hi22. aiil-19-dwly Many a Lady is beautiful, all but her skin ; and nobody has ever told her how easy it is to put beauty on the skin. Beauty on the skin is Magnolia Balm. SAVAGE PINKERTON MEN FIRE ON A CROWD WHEN LEAVING THE CHICAGO STOCK YARDS. One Man Fatally Wounded One Hun dred and Sixty Pinkerton Men and Forty "Scabs" Locked Up for the Crime In- ten ho Excitement Situation at the Vards Strikers Not Working. Chicago, O. sM .There was bloodshed at the stock yards Tuesday. About W o'clock a Lake Bhore train of seven cam left Armour & Co.V parking house. On board the train were forty of the imported men and about 100 Pinkerton men on their way baek to the city. The train pulled around the Fortieth street track and no demonstration was made by any of tho atrikHrs until Halsted street was reached. There quite a crowd was as sembled, and somp boy lmtK"ed and Jeered at the nvMt on the tra?n. Arriving at the stock yards "Y" at Thirty ninth street, it whh found that the traek was blocked by a freight train. The train was backed up to the terminus until the freight cars could be moved off the traek. Here an other irwtflttnent of llnkerton men boarded ttw train, and it once more started toward the city. As it passed through the crowd at Halsted street the men were again greetx-d with jeers, when a large, stout man, with a red face and clothed in the rinkevton uniform, stopped cut on the back platform and fired his re volver into the crowd. This was the signal for a general volley and fifbivn or twenty Pinkerton men began to Are their rifles from the car-windows. Fully thirty shots were fired. The fences and hantie along the track were marked with bullets. Terence Bejjley, a contracting teamster, a prominent and well-known citizen, was lead ing his horse, up the street, when he was struck in the aiKl.nnen on the left side by a rifle bullet, ll made a ghastly wound and it is doubtlul if Mr. Ik'i gk'y can recover. The greatest exciteuieut prevail&I. and threatii ot all kinds were made against the hinkartoii nwu. The tacts atjout the shooting were promptly tolephoced to the crtv iiolice. Olticers from the central station, the armory and the Twenty-second strwt station board.! the train when it rtched Twt ntv-seeond street. Every one of tlw linkerton men lrR) iu all and tiie forty non-union nscn were placed im der arrest. The train w as stopped at Harri son streft and air of the prisoners locked up at the armory. At o'clot k Tuesday afternoon William Pinkertoti cnnie to tlie armory and askwi all of his men w ho had done any shooting to step forward, rour men Robert J. Bar tram, H. i. Looniis, liuy Seivtrs, and Em mons iShaw aduiitted having tired off their nfl. Three smalt boys who were at the S4ene of the shooting also carat' to the station. They identified a couple of Piukerton men named Joseph Hill and Walter Andrews as having done some shooting, and those two. with the four who had admitted their guilt, were locked up, the other Pinkerton men being iet free. The Pinkerton m.n say that the strikers made the assault nrst with stones and then with revolvers, and that ther made no at tack until they had been fired uuon. Cant Markey said that the llnkerton men did the first shooting, and without any provocation whatever. William A. Pinkerton says he has ample proof that his men did not fire upon the crowd until they had been fired upon. Chark Beck, one of his men, who was in the car ahead of the one from which the shooting was done, says the . crowd fired at least five shots before the fire was returned. ( hw of the bullets passed through the car and imbedded itself in the opposite wall. Bricks and stones were then thrown until the side of the car was well battered up Mr. link- erton says the men had been the subjects of constant assault and abuse while in the yards, and two of thorn are now laid up with wounds that mav prove fatal. About y a. m. Tuesday loud shouting was heard near the sheep market. Large crowds of idlers and others were at once attracted Two well dressed men who had been walking along, not molesting or speaking to any one were attacked by infuriated strikers, and were kicked, knocked down and rolled in the mud and called "scabs." They taped into the Exchange building fol lowed by part of the crowd. There they were taken charge of bv the Lake police. who escorted them to the street cars. One of the victims was a gentleman named Root who was sight-seeing. The other was a Michigan newspaper correspondent, who re Tused to give his name. A Pinkerton man also came to grief. The uniformed individual was fast asleep in a Lake Shore dummy-car at the station. He was also very drunk, borne one espied him and inform! the ciuwd. The car was quickly titvnded and the sleeping man awak ened by a slap in the face delivered from a hand of the size and weight of a ham. This was followed by cuffs and kicks which soon used the poor fellow up. Ho was finally res cued and taken across to the station house in a thoroughly demoralized condition, though notorious m .piry was apparent. NOT WORKING YET. Vo Ptcxk at tiie Yard and the 1-ate Strflrw are Still Idle. Chh ao, Oct 'Ji The icking-houw at the stock yards did not resume opernt-tfms Tuesday morning as was expected. A large number of men appeared at Armour s rniuw at the new timej-et for commencing work After the men hod assembled the head thne kcr appeared and made an address, in which he told them that they couM romn again Wednesday morning. The siuihtoii diriori of things prevniled at the other houns, and the Piukerlon men still maintained tlieir jiositiniui guarding the projierty of the wick ers. The day's delay was caused by the fact that no stock was ready for slaughtering. Hogs will le on hand Wednesday rnorninc. and materia) will le furnished for f h men t go to work ujion. Mr. Cudahy stated to a reports that the beef men would le taken back teitornrily on an eight-hour Itns's, the other two hours' work rendered necessary to harmonic the operators of i lie various dcjiaiimeuts lielng paid for as extra time on the aine Imtds. This plan would only continue until the mat ter could b amicably a ljustl on a regular basis. The following notii-fs were posted up at the various houses: ?i(!TM'K - Any one in the tmploy of the undei-sigitcd who mny lie called "scab," mis used, cr otherwise intimidated by any one in our employ is requested to report tiie same promptly to the proprietors of the house, and they it-ree to promptly discharge any one so Cffctldlllg. Armour & Co-'s imported workmen. ;i00 or"" in mmilier, went out, however, Tues day morning. Tliey had made up their minds -that they did not care to remain any longer n the old hands were to come back. The report of ttieir fears was cotnrnunicated to Mr. Tudahy, who assuii them of protec tion if thy desired to stay. They had con eluded, however, that while protection might protect for awhile the other bu tellers would ultimately make tt so uuileasant for thetn that they would be unable to work there long and that tliey had Letter quit at once. Cheap Hail Bozei. The finest mail and paper box ever in vented is for sale at the A Rous office si. the low price of $1 each. The Cams bo Is Bold cverywfeei tl.99. frail aid - amine tbvm THE NEWS IN BRIEF. President Cleveland has sent S100 to Buf falo to aid the sufferers by the recent storm. OfFs elevator, at Warrensburg, His., wa destroyed by ftre Hunday night, with 80,OOfl bushels of grain. Loss, $15,000; no Instir ance. Surrounding towns and villages nave de clared a shot-gun quarantine against Bfloti, Mif., where yellow fever is supposed tob epidemic. In a yacht race for $1,000 and the cham pionship of the lakes, at Toledo, Monday, the Fanchon won, with Enright second. Bend and Sylvia also started. Jacob Brock, a wealthy farmer of Union township, Delaware county, Ind., was stricken with apoplexy in ckurch Hunday night and suddenly expired. Hannah, Hay ft Oo.'s lumber interests at Traverse City, Mich , including logs, dock mill and standing pine, have been purchased by John Torrent for t00,noo. It has been discovered that R. M. Doll, confidential bookkeeper for Weller & Co., of Cincinnati, who assigned last week, issued fraudulent warehouse receipts to the extent of Ii0,(i00. The visible supply of wheat and corn is, re spectively, 53,K38,5oV and 13,75,074 bushels, wheat having increased 1,041,104 bushels since last report, while corn has tteen aug mented 17f032 bushels. The Detroit Base Ball club was disbanded for the season Monda y. Broutlwrs was given The Free Press medal for best batting, while H anion was awarded the medal for excelling in base running. Lillie and Carrie Neeb, 17 and 19 years re spectively, daughters of the recorder at Indi anapotis, became stage-struck, and fled to St. Louis to week engagements. They were taken in charge by a local manager, and returned to the parental home. A homing pigeon, released at Wichita, Kan., Niturday morning, reached V heeling. W. Va., Monday afternoon, covering the airline distance of 1,3)0 miles m 53 hours 41 minutes. It in estimated that the bin! must have traveled fifty miles per hour while on tho wing The big snake that recently broke away in City Hall park, New York, again escaped Monday morning in a Boston dime museum, and was onlv caged after a ''terrible strug gle," during which he bit a man in the wrist, squeezed the breath cut of another, smashed joists, and wrecked the cold air box of the furnace. The captain of the schooner Annie B. Hutchinson reported at Key West, Monday, that on the 14th he picked up the captain. mate and four sailors of the Spanish bark Tres Auroras, which sunk on the 10th, carry ing down seven men. The survivors had floated on a part of the cabin-house for four days. The Lor t Hards on the Turf. New Yokk, Oct 20. It is now understood that the name of Lorillard will not be lost tc the luif , and there may le two Pierre on the American race courses hereafter in stead of one. lierre Lori Hard said to an intimate friend, an old and honored turfman, that If Rani'o.Ms was not sold and it was not at all likely that It would be he would keep all the foals of this year of tho mares just sold, some fifrv in number, and that PIERWK lorillakd. Pierre junior would keep all the geldings, so that in all probabilitv that nugnincent Kan cocas will be retained by the Lorillards, and father and son will enter and run a distinct stable. Champion Base Hal lists. Chicago, Oct 30. In the first game of the series of seven for the championship of the world between the Chicagos, champions of the league, and the St. Louis Browns. champions of the American association, the Chicago club won Monday by a score of 6 to 0. Tuesday the tables were turned and the Browns were the victors. The score was 12 too. Spread of the Cholera Vienna, Oct 20. The latest reports from the cholera infected districts of Hungary art to tne etiecT mat the plague w rapidly spread ing throughout Pesth, Segedln and Arad. THE MARKETS. Chicago, Oct. 19. The quotations on the board of trade to-day were as follows: Wheat No. 2 October, opened 72Ht . closed TAtc nominal; November, opened Tfrc. closed 73!-4c; December, opened 74ic. closed 7Jhi-6c. L orn No Z October. opened 34W closed 34Vc nominal; November, opened &jc, cloned 35S-tie; December, oiiened J"fte, eluded Hr- asked. Oats-No. 2 Uetotw. miened 2Sc. closed 25c nominal November, opened and closed STc; Decem ber, opened 2re asked, closed 3&r bid. Pork October, opened fH.TO. closed $t.75 nominal: November, opened J. 7. closed frt.77i asked: iHncerubcr. otned ts closed fs.TTH nominal Lard Oct otter, opened and closed $o.62i nominal. Live Stock The Vn ion Mock Yards report the follow inic ranee of prices: Hog Light grades. V(..tir&4.l; roUKh pai kiritf. f.J.734.15 heavy packing and shipping lob, JM.lUiU.85. The market opened active and firm, at 10c advance, but Inter tteeamedull and weak, and advance was lost; five packers were buying. Prodme: Butter Choice to fancy cream ery, 2Mt2:c ler lb: good dairy. ltif M" liack- ing. rtjtc. Ecgs-strictly frwh, lSlTc ier d"Z. Poultry Chickens. He per lb; dnckit, HfjiWc: tnrkeys. Va Vhg, : geese. fti.Hift9.l per doz. tntoen-Kttrly ruse; flkTrStV' per bn. on track; f urtiankf, &jc. New Vork. New York. Oct. P. Wheat-No. 1 1-1 ttate, "T ; No 2 do. 84 No. " nl winter Noveuiter. hjLldo December. Nse:do Jannnry, H, Corn-No. 2 mixed i-jy-h. 4V ; dn Nn emlier, 4.H-: lKcember, 47e Oals- No. 1 white Mate. 3Hc; No. 3 do -)7c. Five-Dull and unidutnpnt Barley -Nominal. Pork-Dull; new mess, fh'.ia??. 10.75; Lard November. JH.tM; i e ember. Del rut t. IK01T. Oct. 11. Wheat- No. 1 white cash, "c: catt Mi Id gan n-d, 7tV: No. - red, 74o rash; 776 asked novemtjer: rM- Decemben HiMjc askerl May. Corn-No. 2, ;WV- Oats Na 2, 2Hc; No. X white.mt4f. t'lovcr seed -Cash, H50; Decem ber, f4.&t. Tolelo. TOI.EIMX I l-t, 19. Wheat-Higher and quiet; cash, 77c; No vember, 7s:V; DecmtH'r, '.si; May. tnc Corn--Quiet and steady; cash and t 't toi-r, 38r; ;Mhv. 42o. Oats - Steady: asb. Clover seed-Steady and quiet; ca h. $4."jO; Decern ber.'.flO, January. f4.R5. St. Louis. St. fjoris. i K.t. 10. Wheat -Strong and 'fcHc higher; No. 2 red cash, 745t74Vc; Novemler. 7Sc: Dewmber. 7B?hc; May, Hrc. Vorn- Easy; No. Si mixed cash, JHTtSt?-: November. JWe; He eeiubtT, 4c; May. Oata Weak; No. 2 mixed cath. '-sfjjrt--: November,&fC; Ite- cember, Sti'Vu May. SP'tJc. Rye-Weak; 4Mc. Whisky rtrm; l.i:i. Fork Steady; JJ't.STU.. Lard Easy; $.5. Milwaukee. MlLWAVKEK, Win., Oct. 11. Wheat Quiet; cash, 72-; November, 7I;; Decemtier, 74c. Corn- Stea-ly; No. 8. ftii . Oats Firmer; No. 2, 25ic. RyeDull; No. 1 ,61c. Barley Weak; No. 2, 54! ic HOCK ISLAND. Oat-Sc Uav Tim.tti flO.00. May-Wild 18.00. lire 4ftr. Corn -Old 4'k : New tic. PoULoee 44c. Oiiions 40c. noBi Soft 10c: hatd IS 50 (rd Worm -$4.00. 8traw-f&.09. Offiraaa Island Picnic Orooadi Churches and societies desiring special rates or transportation, should .apply early to Eli J. Fraikland, P. Q drer & Hock la!tnd, ill,, cr cell at the 4eV3, I'SFAlLlSfi SPICiriC k LIVER DISEASE. uIlPJi I UfflOi mouth: tonstie coated white or covered with a hrowii fur; pnin in i he back, sides, or joints often mistaken for Kheumatit-in; SOUr etomach; kiss of appetite; sometimes nausea and water-nraph, or indirection ; rjatulen cy and acid cructotions; bowels alternately co tive and lax; headache- 10(19 f memory. pntnethinp whichoneht to have n-en done; rJo blHtyi low spirits; athick, yellow appearHnre of the kln and eyes: a dry eolith; fever; rept leufneflp; the urine w ncauty ami Iiil-Ii colored, and, if allowed to stand, depots tt a sediment. SIMMQSS LIVER REGDLATOR. PURELY VEGETABLE, Is generally tifed in the Smith to arout-e the Tor pid Miverto a healthy aei ion. It art? with extraordinary flii :try on tho LIVER, KIDNEYS and HUWELS, Antffectual syecitic for Malaria, Dyspepsia, Constipation, Biiliousncss, Hick Headache, Jaundice, Nausea, Colic, Mental Depression, ltowel Compliant, Kndoreed by the ne of 7 MILLIONS -f b it ties, H.- tiie BEST FAMILY MEDICINE for Children and Adult- 'or the .Lred. ONLY GENUINE has otir letter stamii in red on front f urapi-'-r, J. H. ZEILIN & CO , Sole ProprieUira, PIIII.AIILI.I'I IA. !M. PKICE 1 . LOANS Ox Pro.misi.suky Notks. WANTED Notes of well rated hu-ti.-n men for one month to twelve month- Amount i.eoi) to f l.rt m.OlM. Strictly conlcleiitt l Mid cute. Bondrignen, settlement ! mad . 'orrexpottdeiK. wanted. 0-.W FOSrrCK, Banker sep-tHitn 4li Hr.idn.i. N w Yotk. WESTERN INVESTMENT ! Two-story brick bnin"f hoiie, ti-mt-i mo main Btr.et. "Crowing County Sc.it. Kan gas. 5 OOO PI"0hm.h V l) n. II ti nd;tre and implement businei-n l'mt est-tr. part long time. E-tablishrd tth' -nt?. Animal sales MXTY TH0U8AWT). H-qnnk KANSAS I!AKTW.riE. Box 554 ST. .JOMirH. MO. MAKE MONEY Fortnnet are yearly mMc hv mji n -t-ral opera tors in stocks, grain and ol. Thew mvi-.tni.)iits Irenueuily u fjom fjOCto Si.0(K) or more on eat h 5f 111 invet-H J. Ueliahle corresronnent wanlett Aili1r'fs for circnlare. WILLIAM K KICHAHUS, Hawker and Uroker, Inn-Ww 3S. 40 & Knuiiwir. New York. JOHN IH!uEiH!SI!0)I COOK STOVES I RADIANT HOME HARD COAL STOVES, AT WILIARD BAKER & CO.'S, Rock Island, HIGHLY IMPORTANT TO GENTLEMEN. I have just received my first installmeut of my Foreign importations of FINE WOOLENS, FALL AND WINTER WEAR, And extend a cordial invitation to my patrons for an inspection of the same. Very finest woik, Lowest prices, and perfect tit guaranteed. J. B. ZIMMER, No. 1810 Second Avenue. Rock Island, 111. W Special aiientiou. paid to line Custom Work. T. NOFTSKER. On exhibition and for sale by David Don, lei7 Wecond Atane, ftels J.MM Opposite Harper House. Illinois. FJRST-CLASS SHOTS SHOP K htetnth Street nutlet Rock Inland Nat. Bank. JOHN O. FREED, Proprietor. Repairing done neatly and promptly. mi This is an entirely New Pattern of Soft Coal Stove. ITS SUCCESS Has gone fur beyond our expectations. Have been jmt out this season, and it has been all the Foundry could do to fill orders.