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Rock Island Daily Argus.
PRICE FIVE CENf & KOCK ISLAND, WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 10: 1886. VOL. XXXV. NO. 20. Second Avenue r challenge ySJZy comparison in our yv s Iine of Hats and Men'B f y Furnishing Goods generally Deebb's Block Mlin, III. TVIAphntif rW -FALL '86. HOPPE, TAILOR, (successor to and late Cutter for I. Hberman.) 1803 Second Ave., Rock Island. FINE WOOLENS, CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, Worsteds, London Suiting and Trouserings. fJLrgc9t anil most complete stock at the Lowest Prices. Par icular Attention given to Good Work. AND OTHER FIRST-CLASS MACHINES. S. H. MOORE'S ewingi Machine Room .'i.d Ave., and Twentieth St., Rock Island, HI., and 328 Brady Street, Davenport, Iowa. gfTerms and prices defy competition. All kinds of Machines Rep lired and Warranted. Oil, H IIm w 1 a;;ili'M f'r H ku la of M ic'iin?- kcyt ia abKlt. J First-Class Sigh Big Glove. f J. T. DIXON, MERCHANT TAILOR, And Dealei in Mens' Fine Woolens, 1706 Second avenue. HAWTHORNE'S OYSTER PARLOR, RESTAURANT AND BAKERY, 7 No. 1611 Second Avenue. ayspeclal attention psid.to tarnishing picnics, pantos, etc EL WILCOX, DEALER IN FLOUR AND PEED, DAVIS & CO., PLUMBERS Steam Fitters. ' A complete atock of Pip, Brass Goods, Packing, Hose, Fire Brick, tc. Deane Steam Pumps, ckiut Vl?i? i n uric. thus , tVe -iiariute ev.-rr on" perfi-et. anil will pni1 Cnpe, .V&?j twenty da a' triel. to reapotwible parties. Safety Heating Boilers, and Contratv tors for fuinisliinff and Lavincr Water, Gas and Swt Pipe. 1712 Fiest Ate., Rock Island, Illinois, Tftlenhonn It.S. RiriMice Telenhon. inf7 -WINTER ?87.- PATRONIZE W. P. Tindall's SALE AND FEED ' Hi 13 and 1615 Third avsiiue, ROCK ISLANDS LL. Turn-Outs. Gloves! Gloves! For all kinds of Gloves and Mi'lens mil and inspect BENNETT'S STOCK Over fO0 different styles, warranted to fit and will tot rip; gloves for everybody, and no shoddy. Gloves cut to order and repaired. GEORGE BENNETT, Mo. 1005 Second avenu, Ro ,k lstond. A Nnutw.ran I I FIMORS MOST PERFECT MADE rmptn1 vHh tfrirt rffrd to lirirv, Wrenirm itM HeslfhfrtlniH. lr. IVtr' Bkln Towrter iontr.n no Ammoiita.l.lme.Alnrfi or rhotphitte". Pr. tMtk'9 Extract. Vanilla, Lemon, etc.. flavor kllciouidj- PHC BAKING POWDER CO. Chicago Bf . Lnk HALF-CENT A W0KH. The ARans hereafter will publish hi this col nmn all a-lvertiaements of Iiost. Pound. For Rent For Sale, Board or Rooms, Winwrt, and similar nonce?, at the low me of on half a cnt a word. oach figure a word, bat no advertisement lean man ten cents J PER CENT MORTGAGES Improved Iowa Farm. Security 3 to 5 times the loan, and Inspected In earn case. Completed loans always on hand for sale, Slz of loans $200 to 110,000- Time of loans 5 years. Only choicest loan handled. References and details given on application ei ther (n person or letter. H. M. BENLEY. Attorney at Law. S14 Main St., Davenport, Iowa. LOST A 8HAWI, Off SIXTEENTH Htrect hetween Thtrd and Fifth avenue? ; tini er will leave at ttiie office. 3 .W RENT A DWELLING HOUSE of sis rooms, in ood ortlcr 27-lw J. D. TAYLOR. PGR SALE A DARK SORREL horsn, s z years old a good nngET horse ; en qnire of WM. TKlsTRL. 9 01 i r irsi Avenue tit'ioj. IOR RENT A SUITE OF ROOMS on E'irhreenth street, between Second and Third avenue. 97 lw J. D. TAYLOR. s, ALESMAN WANTED A RELIA- hle salesman; applv at once. 4 Nnm-ryman, Rochester, N. Y. FOR SALE, SIXTY LOTS IN MY AD dltions xs the city of Rock Nland r.n tour year-typ-iyments. with Interest at sis per " per an aQm B UAVENTOKT. Maverick National Bank, BOSTON, MASS. Capital - - - $400,000 Surplus - - - 400,000 Arconnts of Bank. Bankers and Corporations solicited . Onr facilities for COLLECTIONS are excellent and we re-discotmt for Banks when balance) warrant it. Boston s a Reserve otr. and balance wifh n fmm Banks (not located in other Reserve cities) connt as Teserve. W e draw onrrtwn Err nan ire on London and the Continent, and make Cahle transfers and place money hy telegraph throughout the United States and Canada. riorum mrnt Bonos bmimt and so d. and Ex changes in Washington made for Banks without extra charge. We have a market for prime nrst-ciass invest ment Becnrlties, and invite proposals from States, Counties and titles wh-n issning bonds. We do a ceneral Banking business, and invtte correspondence. JOS. W. WORK, Cashier. oct-)dwsm AUCTION AND COMMISSION W. H. LTJNDY, AUCTIONEER Attend Sales CITY OR COUNTRY, at moderate charges, or ReceiveConsignments and make prompt fwlarna. Mocd IraH BOC IILAWD ILL. Buford & Loosley, -GENERAL Insurance Agents. The old Fire and Time-Tried companies Re presented . LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID. later as low as an Reliable Com pan v can afford Yonr Patron ape Is Solicits- arOfflce in A rent Block. O. E. MILES Eflerayer on ffoal. EXECUTES OUTS OF Buildings, Machinery, Por traits, Animals, &c. Also Electrotype Plates furnished lo nj nnmhet. Office and Residence rear of Christian Chapel, Brady straw, between 4th and 5th, DAVENPORT IA A25-CentBookforl2-cts. EUREKA RECITATIONS, Br Mrs. Ahma Kandali. Ugrnu the celebrated teacher and elocutionist. Five notnbers now ready. Eaeh one cootaine 198 papee and hand some 11 hocrapb cover. Price only 12 cents eat h. Address J. g. omtA'IBA CO.. publishers, (P. O. box 1771 11 Rose street. New York. M-dl WESTERN INVESTMENT! Two-story brick business boose, fronts two main streets. Crowing County Seat. Kan sas. 5 OOO population Will w 11 hardware aud implement bnsiness Part canb, part long time. Established eight years. Annual gales SIXTY THOU BAUD. Be quick. . K AH BAB HARDWARE. BOX 654 ST. JOSKPH, MO. Many a Lady is beautiful, all but her skin ; and nobody has ever told her how easy it is to put beauty bh the skin. Beauty on thi akin ii Magnolia 8!mi INDIGiNANT INDIANIANS. THEY WANT THE ALLEGED ELEC TION FRAUDS 6IFTED. The Tally Sheets, Poll- Books and Bal lots In the Bands of the Clerk ot the United States Court Meagher's Case llenry Watteraon'a Views on the Re cent Elections. Iitoianapolw, Ind.. Nov. 10. A number of representative citizens called upon Judge Woods, of the federal court, Monday morn ing and urged that the frauds connected with the late elections in this city be taken up at once by the grand jury. The court sent for the district attorney, but learned from that official that the grand jury docket had al ready been made up, that a large nnmler of witnesses were In the city from different parts of the state and that any change from the order laid down would necessarily lead to great expense and inconvenience. It was then agreed that the tally sheets, poll-books and ballots should be placed in the hands of the clerk of the United Btatee court, and this was done Monday afternoon, the district at torney taking the keys of the outer doors of the safe and the clerk keeping those to the inner ones. This precludes the possibility of either, entering the safe unless the other is present There is an earnest deter mination upon the part of the people to sift this matter to the bottom, and while the evidence upon which the commit tee is acting is known to but few, it may be regarded as sufficient to give the parties a good deal of trouble and possibly striped suits. An examination of the records of the secretary of state's office shows that Cor nelius Meagher, the Democratic candidnte for the legislature, elected from Vigo county, was elected a justice of the peace last year, and received his commission in April last, and Monday the Republican comruittoe re ceived from Vigo county a certified copy of bis bond and oath of office, both of which were made soon after receiving his cnraniis sion. The constitution expressly provides that 'No person hokiing a judical ottic-e shall be eligible to any other otiiec during Hit? term for which he shall have been eW twl. except it shall be a judicial office." Thus a judicial officer may be a candidate for an other judicial offii-e during the term for which be was fleeted, but for no other. The decisions in this state have all been in ac cordance with the rb and it is understood to be the nuiamng and intent of the clause. HENRY WATTERSON RETURNS. The Great JonrnaliHt II a Few Word to fay About the Klectton. New York, Nov. 10. Henry Watterson arrived in Nw York from Havre on the steamer La Hurgoyne Monday as ruddy ami hearty as a trhool boy. Regarding the defeat of Morrison. Mr. A attersoti said that it.wa not to be laid to the tariff q n e stion . There had been no change in Mr, Mor rison's position or views of the tariff, but he believed that there had been a disaffection among the Democrats i n Mr. Morrison's dis trict, due soHy to the disappointment with the results of a Democratic admuc t ratkm, and that uuououuwu wn IK H, ncsrtY W ATTIC H SOf by any means, he admitted. eontinM t Mr risons district The narrow esrjqio of Mr Carlisle from defeat, Mr. Walk-ram said, was merely an accident The opposition to him was regarded as of no serious conse quence. The defeat of Frank Hurd, in the Toledo distrirt, Mr. Watterson attributed solely to personal opposition to Mr. Hurt! because of his practical non-residence in th district which be sought to roprwnt Mr Watterson was inclined to rt-pird the Laltor vote with twpwtful wonder. A Mistake In th Poll-Books. Ch arlestow , W Va., Nov 10 A mis take in the poll-hooks by which it would ap pear that the recent elections were held Oct. 2 instead of Nov. S, threaten to invalidate the vote and throw the election of state sen ator from this district into the legislature The supreme court of this county has or dered the election commissioners to meet here Thursday and swear to the correctness of the vote and thus avert the contest Fraods tn Michigan. Detroit, Nov. 1(1. Complaint has been made to District Attorney Black of open election frauds at Lansin?, thn complainants professing to have incontrovertible proofs, Tim United States grand jury brought in thirty indictments Tuesday morning, and after they have tteen disposed of the eitwtioii frauds alleged in this city and Laming wilt tie t uk m up. Wise Mnst flave Gore New Yonu, Nov. 10. A W asbington dis patch to The World quotes Congressman Wine of Virginia, as saying that lit did not propose that the newspaper assault uon him by Mayor Lamb, of Norfolk, should pass un noticed or without giving Mr. Lamb a meet ing on the held Lnwlrr Ah rati. Chicago, Nov 0 The election commis si oners completed the official canvass of th, returns from the Kecond congressional dis rrict Monday evening, tbe result showing Lawler to havt bet ilected hy a plurality of 6 votes. The President Ier1tnesa Decree. Boston. Nov 10 President Cleveland has communicated to the authorities of Har vard college his desire that the degree of LL. D should not be conferred upon him, and consequently it will not U Tim presi dent's reason for deel ini ng the proiosed honor are not stated, but it is known that his action has saved the Harvard uutlnwities from tbe alternative of appearing to slight the president or of departing frxim tlie rule not to confer degrees upon puhlic men, which was inaugurated when lien. H. K Butler was elected governor of Massachu setts. A Kemarkable Case of Insanity. Baiebt, Ills., Nov. 10 What physicianp here call a remarkable case of insanity came lie fore the county court Monday, tbe person adjudged insane being Joseph McKee, about 1 years old. During the last two months the child has grown violent, and several times attempted to murder its playmates,- . Kan Into a Cow. Cleveland. Ohio, Nov. 10. Tbe east bound Nicfcle-Plate freight tram ran into a cow at Fostoria Tuesday morning and was ditched. The locomotive and eight cars were completely wrecked. Tom Martaugh, of Cleveland, was killed. Extradition Proceedings Itegnn. Montreal, Nov. 10. Extradition proceed ings against John Hoke, defaulter of the Merchant' National hank of Peoria, Ills., to tbe amount of $180,000 began Monday. The charge against him is forgery. Pnblit Hoiks. Anyone haTiog business with the Ahuub office after 6 p. m. (in the event that the office in rinsed) will please call at Wil mans & Gait's news stand in tbe postoffice building, who are authorized to transact business of every nature for tbe A Reus. Cheap Hall Bnss. Tbe tin est mall and paper box ever ln tested 1? fot sale at the Ahnte oftlre at the toft trisi ef 11 .ctett. the bof THE NEWS IN BRIEF. The Prohibitions polled morn than 5,000 votes in Ohio. Butchers at Troy and Albany have refused to slaughter cattle shipped by Chicago firms whose employes are now on a strike. The annual revenue from the sale of ice harvests on a fifty -four-acre pond near Truckee, Nev , is $75,000. A single crop of ice averages 50,000 tons. Joseph Fisher, a colored caterer, at Erie, Pa., committed suicide Monday night by first cutting his throat and then beating out his brains with a hatchet Tbe visible supply of wheat and corn is, re spectively, 57,554,479 and 12,74,403 bushels, wheat having increased 1,801,488 bushels and corn decreased 840,548 bushels since last re port According tn the - ontroller of the currency the volume of national bank notes outstand ing amounts to $217,000,000. Borne of the banks will go out of business in view of the calls for the I per cent. No clew has been discovered to the thieves who lat summer stole a registered mail pooch at some point between New York. Pittsburg and Indianapolis. The value ot the contents of the pouch is said to exceed $100,000. 1 how wro believe in omens have some thing to talk about District Commifsionor Wehh gave a dinner to President Cleveland (Saturday. At the last moment Chief Justice Cartter sent his regrets. This left a party of thirteen. Tbe host, however, pressed hbj son into service as a guest. Near Van Wert, Ohio, Sunday evening, an unknown man stopped tbe horse driven by Emma and Kit tie Good, who were returning to their home, cut the harness, and caused the animal to run away. The young women were thrown out and seriously wounded, Kittm being injured internally, while her sister had her jaw and several riba broken. Mry Fitxpatrick is under arrewt at the Chit ago avenue station, Chicago. She wore a very ingeniously constructed garment and by the manipulation of certain strings, hooks etc., cmld make four different ihanges of costume, without removing a stitrb of clothing. One change was to trans f -riii a stylish dn'ss, with broad trimmed hnt, tutii a nun's attire, with hood and sir- die The woman is said to be an expert 1 1 and i.-onndence operator. Kit.itetm-tit in a Michigan Town. Oscooa, Mi-h., Nov. 10 There is great eTfiti ntent in this neighborhood over tbe es cape f Dr. David H. Weir, who is accused of ciituinally assaulting Mabel Clark, a pa tient who died on Saturday from injuries received at bis hands. A similar charge was made against him several months ago, and the trial is stiil pending Sunday afternoon an indignation meeting of the women ot Oscoda and Au tSable was held at the Red Ribbon ball, and an address issued "To mothers, wives, and daughters of Au Sable and Oscoda," in which ''all who love honor and deeenry" are called on to avenge the iniinler of Mabel Clark. The authorities ate denotiiienl for moving slowly and the men of Hie community urged to see justice doiie. IMfitro-Pnenmonia In Indiana. I n n? a n a polis, Ind., Nov. 30. Gentlemen from Jasper and Clinton counties were in the city Monday with a view of securing active fnejtstirts to prevent the spread of pleuro pneumonia, which has developed to an amrnmig extent, within the last few days. They say that in their vicinity more than 1,000 cattle are afflicted with the malady, which is incurable, and which is rapidly spreading. Pr Navin, the state veterina rian, h-as already ordered a number killed. The Whale Catch. Nfw IlKpntBn, Mass,, Nov. 10. The latest advices fiom Son Francisco report the arri val nf ihe steamer Raelena with eleven whales. She reports tbe total catch of twelve other iiel for the season as 150, a gain of hfty over the last report, but a falling off of tit ut thirteen from last season's catch l.ir Cn' City Comptroller Dead. h ir a;o, Nov Id City Comptroller Theodore T. Giirney. whose failing .health has been n -ted for some time, died at his residence u 4 o'clock Tuesday morning. THE MARKETS. Chicaoo. Nov. . Qnrtii inrv or the board of trai!e to-day were follows; Wheat No. 2 November, opened ;v nominal, c)osed 74-tiC nominal; December, n'ned TV, closed "75-lfcc; Jan uary, niefied 7.VI4C. closed 7SH-4C. Com No t Noveinlter, opened Xic cloned 3Sc; December.' eiened 3frty closed HfiAfc! asked; January, -.ied ?C-c',cosed ;tfic hid. Oats -No. 2 November, opened SMc, closed 25 nominal; Decemlter, opened iffsc. closed 2fsc nomit..il; January, opened and rlowd SHt&fc. Pork - November. opened $n.2S nominal, closed f!ift aeked: Iereniber, opened f1 20. closed $? -II nominal; Year, opened $P.30. closed $!i.3i nonifmil. Lard -November, opened and 1 loed $T!W nominal. Live Stark-The Cnion stork yard report the folio wine range of prices: Hogs -Market opened but ly active and firmer: shippers have orders lor l-.UM or 1.VMM head; three sht)per Were-m the market; prices flftc higherjlight grades. f.-,tV,3.:!i; rongh packing. 46; heavy p- king and pliipping lots. $a.!iift3.80. Tattle- Slow, but steadv and unchanged SUSOgS IO; eows. $1.9101: stackers. ftS.tiO 3.10 Sluep-Stoadv; common, dull; J2 0UQ il W: go.nl. thin;$LtH:i.KTi. Prodit.-e: Huttrr - Kanry creameiv. Jit'iSc per lb. good dairy. lHitac; packing. 79c. Eggs-Mrlctlv fresh. I "U-ilHc per doz.; ice boie HV1'C. Poultry-t hickens, G'4t' t r lb. dur ks, ha.'!'.e: 1urke-s. He: geese. $H.0l bi tkt per dnfc.; drewwd poultry Htlc higher. I'rtlai.K-s I'tiitbanks, 4Ktt4Kc pir hu. on track; fcarlv lioHe anl Iteauiv of Hebron, 3S43c Fair lo ti.wl Kliippinti, $1 .fiM&1.75 per li.l Nw York. New York, Nov. 9. Wheat No Irndstate. "le; No. 2 do, 84c; No i' M-d winter. Novemlwr. IV nfinlter, !f.V Corn -No Zmfiedcash. IWemlier, 46:)jc; .Innnary. Oats No. 1 Hhtle state. :e; No S do. :iV; No. 2 mixed le-cemlM-r. .U4c. K ye -Dull, nnchance l. HaHry -NoniitiHl - Pork- Dull; new mess. fl'J.:7 (tlW.it Laid- November; ecem- Iw r. pii. .l.-iu.iiiry Toledo. Toledo, Ohio. Nov. t. Whei-Firmer; inactive; ca-dl. 7"Hc; De cemlier. ;h . l.in.iMry. Win: Mav.HTic. Corn Firmer; .-ili. i" May. 42r" Oata-Firm: rash. rT.;. ... r Seod--Easier, ch. tiJt; DoceinlKjr. .limimrv. H.J-" Utrlllllt. DETBorr. Nov. 9. Wheat- No. ? white cash. 7fir: rash Mie.hi pnn red. 77ijc : No. 2 red. 7Hi; cash and Nn-, vemlier; T"1-. Dtvemlier, Tftc, Januarr: (Be, May Corn N(. - ;nr asked. 0t-No. t, bid; No i iille, iilc. St . I oula. St. Louis. Nov. S. Wheat -Weak and lower No. X red cash, rrt&c; iMreuihi r. 'lAfcc; January, iFr: May, R.rN-. Corn- V inner: No, S m1xel caah. 3t((t S; Noveintter. HOe b'd: December 3U4jr (Id; Jianiiniy. bid: May. !H$c. Onta- Hiijher; N.. 1 inix.d c-h. Sic; December, ac: Mav. 9,V. Kyc-JWc hid. UhiskT l.l:i. I'm k, -fc.ua.ly; 175. Lard-Firm; PJilwankee. Mlt.WAFKRE, Wis., Nov. 9. Wheat Firm; rash. 73r: December, TSr; January, 4c. Corn Firm: No. t. 35c. Oets -Quiet: No. 2. air. Kye-Scaroa; No. I, 53 Barley Lower; No. '1. 55c BOCK ISLAND. Ost-20c Hjy TiinoUij 110.03. Hay-Wild 1.00 Rye aoc. CornOld 42c ; New 4-lc. Potatoes 3aa40c. Otiiona BOc. awl Rort ioc : baid SB 30 Cord Wood 4.tt. etraw-fo.iiy. Hftfs Osal atarkst. . 6raSy c?e 91 w ntsJk 99' M MALARIA. "If people could only know what a splendid medicine Simmons Liver Regulator is there would be many a phy sician without a patient and many an interminable doc tor bill saved. 1 consider it infallible in malarial infec tion. I had for maoy years been a perfect physical wreck from a combination of complaints, all the out growth of malaria in my system, and even under the skillful hand of Pr. J. P. Jones, of this city, I had de spaired of ever being a well woman again. Simmons Siver Regulator was recom mended to me. I tried it; it helped me, and it is the only thing that ever did me any good. I persevered in its use, and I am now in per fect health. I know the medicine cured me, and I always keep it as a reliable 'standby' in my family." Respectfully, Mrs. Maky Kay, Cannlin, Ala. ONLY CENUINE ha oar letter Z stamp 1h red on front of wrapp'-r J. H. ZEILIN & CO., SoleProprittora. PII ri.AI ICI.PIM A , VA. rw i; i.tm. C73 o o o ) CO 1) z o CO w u p- os o o J H D2 O 5 c o CQ - u. o Cm m JOHN AC raw IPs-spoil COOK RADIANT HOME HARD COAL STOVES, AT WILLARD BAKER & CO.'S, Rock Island, HIGHLY MORMT TO GENTLEMEN. I have just received ray tirst installment of my Foreign importations of FINE WOOLENS, FOR FALL AND WINTER WEAR, And extend a cordial invitation to my patrons for an inspection of the same. Very finest work, Lowest pi ices, and perfect fit guaranteed. J. B. ZIMMEE, No. 1810 Second Avenue. Rock Island, 111. attention plJ to fine Custom T. NOFTSKEB. M? a : Over Seven Hnntlred On exhibition and for sale by- David Don, STOVES! Opposite Harper House". Illinois. FIRST-CLASS shoe: shop ( (. lite ni h !Si i et-t under Hock Ihland Nat Bank. JOHN O. FREED, Proprietor. Horn. hVpairlne "lone neatly and promptly. this is an entirely New Pattern of Soft Coal Stove. ITS SUCCESS- IlasVoue far beyond our exirectations. Have been put. out this season, and it has been all th Foundry could do to Jill orders. jrtetS Ess fff i;lii 5j wi"fiB,V mh m 1 U BVII Jill