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THE BOCK T5UAOT) ATHTTJS FRIDAY NOVEMBER 2, 1888.
i' v 4 t l f 1 THE DAILY ARGUS JOHN W- POTTE. Friday, November 2. 1888. DEMOCRATIC RATIONAL TICKET. For President, GROVE R CLBVELAND, of New York. Pot Vice President, ALLEN G. THUKMAN, of Ohio. STATE. Goreniar-.ToHW m. Palmer. Lteoten ant-Governor A. J. Bull. Secretary of State N. Dncoiar Ricks. Auditor Amtjrkw Wklch. Treasurer Francis A. HorTXA., Jr Attorney General Jacob K. Crkiohtoh. COUNTY. For Conitresi-William Prekttss. R prenentative Elmorb W. Hurst. Chvait Clerk H E. Casterl, Stai Attorney Wmui McEwtBT. Coroner 8am ckl Goona. Hon. RobektJ. Cabeen, of Keiths- bur. 19 the democr&iic candidate for member of the board of equalization. He has made sn honest and very efficient member of this important body, and de- SveTa reelection by an increased majority. Political rolntrrfl. Hon. E. W. Hurst spoke at Rural last evening. Y Mr. Hurst sfteaks at E.lgintou this vening. Important railroad men's meeting at e Island City club rooms tonight. Uro.es Gleason of Chicago, speaks at island City club rooms tonight to men. h bus become of Boas Wells? Hh e laaA i.t( the woods as he did two ""S-thistime? ta, .t """Urine; of a rouijh confession ,,fthe .. .. .... 4 '. TS i' . .ts vUiTlect a "Knowsnothing" to g 1 for ltncil from the First wird for the . J6 last four years. Over $800 was put up in election bets at the Rock Island house this morning, with all the odds in favor of the republi can ticket, except that $100 was bet even on Illinnis going for Palmer. The Union of this morning indulges in a hit of somewhat surprising sarcasm. It savs: ''For the legislature let us vote for no inefficient men, but such men as Mr. Crawford," etc. ' Ex Congressman W. II . Xeece and Hon. Jonas Olson, of Galva, speak at Armory hall, Moline, this evening. Go up and hear Mr, Neece's views of the back-pay bill. Mr. Gest failed to appear on the ros tram with Mr. Prentiss at Harper's thea tre last evening, and notwithstanding the republican bugaboo about the republi cans helping to draw crowds for the dem ocrats, the house was fairly jammed. It is reported that when Hon. John C. Bills was asked to take the stump in be half of Harrison and McManus, be de clined to do so, stating that he always spoke as he voted, and that this year the voting would not he done to maintain war taxation. Davenport Democrat- Gazette. Geo. W. 'Woodruff addressed a good sized audience in Voxel's hall, Rapids City, on Wednesday evening. Mr. Wood' ruff is a good speaker and made some telling hits on the leading issues of the day. Our county ticket, and national as well, is sore of a good vote in the Third precinct of Hampton. The local republicans are somewhat jubilant over the fact that Mr. R. R. Ca ble, president of the C , R. I & P. road, a democrat from heritage and training, has abandoned the democratic party this year because of Mr. Cleveland's tariff ideas and will vote for Harrison. The republicans do not openly cive vent to their feelings of joy over this change of faith, nor do they feel like publishing the fct that when Mr. Cable wbb here the other day he said he was determined to exert himself and to spend money to insure Mr. Cleveland's defeat. MessrB. J. H. Wal?h, R. of L. E., and Wm. A. Lewis, of the Switchmen's Mu tual Aid association, were in the city this morning, conferring with the Rock Island Independent club. They have a big meet ing at Savanna tonight. Speaking of the circular sent out under the auspices of the republican central committee attempt ing to influence thz railroad men against the democratic party on the ground that Paul Morton, of the C, B. & Q , is a democrat, Mr. Wnlsh said; "Mr Mor ton may be a democrat and a member of the Iroquois club, but he has got nothing to do with the campaign. We can't help bis politics any more tban we could his religious views. We are for Palmer, the friend of labor, aud I venture to say that nine out of every ten railroad men in the state will vote for Palmer at the com mg election. The circular which the republicans have sent out signed by Jesse of Aurora, has been denied detail by Mr. Jese himself, and even if Mr. Jesse did write the circular, he with the four others who signed wiih him are only that many out ot 150 railroad men in Aurora who arc going to vote for Palmer. The attempt of the republicans is to demoralize railroad men and affect their ballots upon the strength of the natural hatred they bear to the C, B. Q. all over the state." of poetry till the lights grew dim, but it I would take more than the average inte!- ! lect to determine whether he came to dis cuss the political issues, or give us a de tailed history of the Glass Blowers' asso. ciation. Once in a while, by way of re lieving the monotony, he aired his opin ions upoc the tariff, stigmatizing the Mills bill as an insult to the workingmen. When comparing the working classes of England and America, he said that many of the women of the former country were obliged to leave their homes at 4 o'clock in the morning and go to work in the mines and factories until dark, whereas, in the United States be knew of none who waB thus ohliged to leave her home and family to help her husband maintain their little household- He evidently for got to speak of the Bohemian women, who work in the coke factories of Penn sylvania from the rising till the setting of the sun, at one-third the wages pud to the men. Such statistics as the above were not popular upon that particular evening. After he hd succeeded in puts ting some of his audience to sleep and disgusting otheis with the falsity of his remarks, he bowed himf elf down and out. Judge Wilkinson followed with a few brief remarks eulogistic of their candidate for congress, and for whom he soon made way. Though Mr Gesls first, last and only speech in corgress consisted of just five words, it is evident that he doubled the number mny times, to judge the fact (hat he talked until he had entered upon another day, and the rmU began to wear a deserted appearance. Of course the administration and every thing in connection with it were misrepre sented in the usual style, but he seemed to ft el that his harangue would notbe com plete without a dash at the Mills hill. He nave a few statistics upon this topic, which seemed to cause him considerable uneasi ness. "Whv," said he, "take cotton. take prints, take salt, take chloroforml'' But we were not yet reduced to such des perate straits, but decided to hear him through if our stock of patience per mitted, then we would take our hats in- stanter. Those who remained to hear through, applauded as if in duty bound; then we listened to another sel ection by the band, and the show was out. The Closing Rallies. Blaine Addresses Two Audi ences in Connecticut. HE REFERS TO BAYARD'S SPEECH. BR1EFLETS. Special prices on linens at McCabe's PePaware and Malaga grapes at May's. Nice dressed poultry at F. G. Young' Cauliflower, spinach and head lettuce at May's. Fresh oysters and celerv at C. J. Long's. Fine turkeys, chickens and ducks at May's. Fine large dressed chickens at C. C. Truesd ale's. Choice celery and oysters at F. G. Young's. Furnished rooms with board. No, 1517 Fourth avenue. Gloves of every description at the Gol den Eagle. Nice New York Concord grapes at C C. Truesdale's. Fresh oysters, celery and cranberries at C. C. Truesdale's. The missionary guild of Trinity church meets tonight. New maple syrup and white clover honey at C. J. Long's. A full line of California evaporated fruit at F. G.Youne's. 4, $ 6, 7.50 and $10 buys a first-class latest style overcoat at the Golden Eagle. The cold weather will soon be here. Go to the Golden Eagle and select your overcoat. The grandest musical treat of the season at the Sons ot Veterans hall this evening. All should attend the grand musical treat at the Sons of Veterans hall ibis GEST AT CABLE. Confront Between the Hepulitican Netting There and the One In Whirl. Mr. PreniUa wim the 4 antlidnte Honored. Cable, Nov. 1. On Wednesday even Ing the republicans celebrated Hon. Wm GeBt's visit to this place with a grand nourish ot trumpets, but it failed to col lect the vast crowds that turned out to bear Prentiss on Saturday. The posters announced torch light processions and giee duos from the neighboring towns, and couriers were sent out to meet and escort them to the rendezvous, but they returned as they had gone alone. This was somewhat discouraging to our over sanguine friends as they looked up and down the almost deserted streets. One youthful politician having wandered away from his companions, was cheered wun the comforting remark of a by stander that "he must have got lost in the crowd." As a last resort, thev decided to close the rink while the out door exer clses were in progress, and thus swell the ran ks; so, after we had admired the illum inations and fire works to the best of our ability, and had watched the procession file by, which, by the way numbered just seventy-nine instead of the five hundred advertised, we were permitted to enter the building, which was tastefully decor ated. Upon the stage were seated the speakers of the evening. Hon. Wm. H Gest, Ira O. "Wilkinson and Mr. Bostock of Rock Island, together with the Cable cornet band and clee club. After "music by the band," followed by one of uie songs usually sung upon such occa sions, the chairman, Rev. J. R. Griffin introduced Mr. Bostock, of Rock Island as the first speaker. He stepped into position wun a nuge bundle of mauu script m Mb hand, made his bow and commenced. He consumed the best part of the evening in wild and incoherent JtatemenU, and regaled us with an atches evening. Six per cent loans by the Black Hawk Homestead Association on Friday even g, Nov. 2. The Golden Eagle shows the finest and cheapest line of boys' suits and overcoats ever seen in the city. The newest novelties in gold and silver handled silk umbrellas can now be had at the Golden Eagle. Its Papa Guyer now, and the myster ious little creature is of the feminine gender. Ed is happy. House for rent between Eighth and Ninth streets, on Second avenue. En quire at 328 Eleventh street. The doctors in charge of P. W. Zoeck ler, who was injured at the upper saw mill recently, have given his case up. The Y. W . C. T. U. will hold its regu lar monthly meeting tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock in the Y. M. C A. room3, During the month of October the police made 39 arrests: state cases 12, city cases 7. Four electric lights were reported out . The smallest and youngest musical wonder of the world at the S. V. hall this evening. Turn outeveryooay and near him. Frank P. Hadsell of this city, bad bis left hand badly lacerated in a press in his factory at Davenport yesterday after noon. Deputy Collector G. O. Huckstaedt's figures for October were: beer, $3,015 50: cigars $1,131.75; and tobacco $18; total $4,165.25. Linens a special feature tomorrow at McCabe Bros'. To make it interesting, they will offer tomorrow at 9 o'clock a lot of pure linen, large three-quarter nap kins at $1 per dozen. Only 50 dozen Just received at the Golden Eagle, the largest, finest and cheapest line of under wear ever shown in the three cities. This line includes all the latest styles, among which is the "Barrister," the newest thing out. Call and examine To direct careful attention to their special prices on liuen goods, McCabe Bros, will offer fifty dozen full three- fourths pure linen napkins at $1 per dozen, at t o'clock tomorrow morning. Remember, only fifty dozen in all. First come, etc. Theodore Holdorf was arrested at bis home in the lower end of town late yes terday afternoon by Officers Gary, Baker and Sexton. Holdorf had been creating a serious disturbance at the house of a Both I'artlns Keeping Thing Lively In the Vicinity of Gotham Bayard Speaks In Brooklyn The Kentucky Campaign Gets Interesting Drcifiion in a Registra tion Cane Huston of Indiana Makes ft I'roposition Deputy Marshal To tie Appointed. Norwich, Conn., Nov. 2. Mr. Blaine ar rived hre st noon yesterday by social train, and was eseorted to Williams park, w hers fuily 25,000 people from all parts of eastern Connecticut gathered to bear him speak. It was said to he the largest political meeting ever held in this vicinity. The enthusiasm reached a high pitch when. Mr. Blaine ap paaro i, accompanied by Gen. Adam E. King, of Baltimore; Hon. John T. Wait; Hon. H. H. Osgood; Hon. Morgan G. Btilktey, Re publican candidate for governor, and Hon. Charles A. Russell, of Killmgley. Mr. Ox good presided, and addresses were delivered by Messrs. Kmc, Bulkley, Ru-m-ll and Blaine. Mr. elame iwigHn bv discussing the tariff. and then proceeded to ridicule Secretary Bayard's speech at Baltimore. He said Mr. Bayard was too sentimental; that whun he made the statement which everybody knows to be a tact that there were tV,ooo,OtX peo ple m this country he approached the subject this way. "And now let us raise our minds and let us elevate our moral vision, and think of wtmt we are a nation of 6r,0(K),(Kifl people." Mr. Blaine said Mr. Bayard could have got that fact out without such lofty contemplation. He then spoke of the charge made by Mr. Bayard that the Murchis.n letter was a Re publican conspiracy, and suggested that it was a Strang way to gt even with the Re publican conspirators, tliat ot' punishing the victim of the conspiracy. Continuing on this "iibject he said: They acknowlmie that they were not quick to do it, but after ten days, and thoy had received advices and telegrams from all parts of the coun try that if they did not start Lord Sackvilte the Irish vote would start. 4Jamjhter.l Then Lord Savkville had to go. It will be an agreeable thini In England to Lord Salisbury, prime minister, to know that President Cleveland's ai ministra tion deliberately weighed Lord Sockville against the Irish vote and started him hack. (.Applause. I have another paper here speaking of conspira cies and wicked things The World which 1 be lieve Is counted a good Democratic organ. It is opposing Abram Hewitt and this nuorumg it re produces the Moray letter, that was forged eight years ago against the lamented Garfield, when he was the Republican candidate, and now The World Is belaboring Hewitt because he said it was a true letter and aided jo puttiug the forgery into circulation. That is pretty amusiug. laughter and applause. It opposes Abrara Hewitt for mayor of New York because Hewitt lent bis name as an endorser of a rascally scheme of publishing a tetter against the candidate. Now, gentlemen, there is an old adage, which I would not wish to quote, about somebody fall ing out and honest men getting their dues. Laughter. But I did not expect to live to see the day when one section of the Democratic party would want to swear off the responsibility of the Morey letter upon the other. There it stands, the audacious forgerv reproduced, a fonwrv all through, and one of the Democrats who gave his high reputation and high character to put it into circulation was Ahram Hewitt, and it rises up against him now, uot from a Repub lican, but from other Democrats, and when the Democrats ail get to exposing each orher (great applause that will be a terrible day. Applause. If they do that the Republicans would not need to have stump speeches or mass-meetings, or flags, or any other paraphernalia to carry on the election. The election would carrv on itself whenever we can get the Democrats to teil on each other. And, gentlemen, levity aside, speaking of Mr. Bayard's position in regard to Lord Saekville, the Democratic party never nas conducted the af fairs of tiiis country with Great Britain with dignity, or with advantage to this country never. The speaker then referred to the diplomacy of the past, and charged the loss of British Columbia to this country to the Democrats. The treaty of iSH was also cited as an in stance of bad diplomacy in which all the ad vantage was on the side of Canada, and be challenged the production of an iustanee in which Democratic diplomacy had advantaged this country. In contrast with this he re fwrred to the Alabama, arnitration. which he said settled a delicate question with honor and mutual respect between the countries, at the same time doing much to establish arbi tration in the place of the sword in settling international differences. Mr. Blame was frequently and loudly applauded." Hartford, Conn., ov. .Mr. B aine arrived here last evening, accompanied by Valker Blaine, Hon. Morgan G. Bulkley and hading Republicans. Hesooketo an audi ence of 5,00(1 people in the First Regiment armory, being enthusiastically greeted. Board must reconveue to register McDonald. , The latter lives at 467 East Fifty-seventh : street, where he has resided the past fifteen years. W hen be presented himself for reg istration he declined to swear on toe Bible, but stated Chat he was willing to affirm. He refused, however, to take his bad out of his pocket and hold it up. He also refused to answer whether he beiieved in God. There upon the inspectors refuwd to register his nama Judge Barrett in his decision says: The inspectors had no right to require the re lator to affirm with uplifted hand. Nor was it within their province to exact a religious test. Indeed everj- interrogation upon the subject of the relator's belief in the existence of a Deity was an impertinence to which no citizen in the absence of any suspicion of his truthfulness should be sub jected. A mandamus must be granuxl. POLITICS IN KENTUCKY. They Seem I.tkely To Be Knliveued with Pistols and Coffee. Louisville, Ky.t Nov. 3. At a joint de ba'.e between Asher Cai rutb, present Demo cratic congressman from this district and candidate for re-election, and Hon. A. E. Willson, Republican candidate for congress, in this city last night, Mr. Willson in clos ing the debate stated that Ml, t'aruth voted against an amendment to the Mills bit' pro viding that three times as much duty be im posed on imported convict made goods as ujkmi the prodm-t of free labor, when Mr. Caruth interrupted Mr. Wdlsott, calling him ad d liar. An exciting scene ensued. Republican and Democrats of the audience advancing tothe. support of their candidates, and a riot was tin milieu t, which was prevented by the prompt action of the chief of police, who, with a strong detail, took p session of the stage and kept the rival candidates apart. After tueonieers' interference, Mr. Carruth applied epithets denunciatory of Mr. Wil son, which the latter will be compelled to notice. The Charges Against Morton. Washington City, Nov. 3. The Star says: "borne further inquiry has been made concerning certain papers and records which it was alleged involved Hon. Levi r. Mor ton in blockade running enterprises during the war. A Star reporter was informed yesterday by a gentleman who bad looked into the matter, that a warehouse at Nassau, used during the war for blockade running purposes, was owned by a man named Mor ton, and known as the "Morton" warehouse. He added, however, that there was nothing to show that the Morton interested was the present Republican dndidate. That seems to be all there is to the whole affair. BelliitrtDt Editors. British Journalists Who Are Just Getting Wroth They Paraded In Coaches. New York, Nov. 2. The Women's Na tional league paraded yesterday afternoon in coaches from Fourteenth street to the Bow ery and back again up Fifth avenue and Thirteenth street. The ladies wore cream- colored badges inscribed "Women's National League." The organisation is anti-Cleve land. Almost a Political Kior. New York, Nov. a. There was almost riot in Twenty-fifth street last night, rival Republican and Democratic crowds Ailing the street near the Hoffman house, and shouting for Cleveland and Harrison. The police cleared the street. An T.plseopal Bishop Elected. Cleveland, O., Nov. 2. Dr. U W. Smith, president of Trinity college. Hart ford, Conn., was nominated on the first 11 lot as assistant to Bishop Bedell, who is ill on the continent, by the special convention of the Episcopal diocese of Ohio, held here yes terday. His nomination was confirmed by the lay delegates, and he will succeed Bishop Bedell, lhe other candidates for the honor were Rev. E. R. Atwell, of Toledo, and Rev, Wiiberforce, of Pittsfield, Mnss. PREPARING IN INDIANA. Proposition to Beat the Twae Ballot Trick Deputy Marshals. Indianapolis, Nov. 2. Chairman Huston, of the Republican state committee yesterday addressed a letter to Chairman Jewett, of tha Democrats, seeking to arrange jointly with bim to prevent double voting. Ju the conrse of his letter he says: In order to prevent the pos-dhilirv of the cast ing and counting of two or more ballot- hv one voter the Republican state central commitfee of Indiana submit the following proposition and ask you to agree to it: The inspector in ea.-h precinct, hen he tak-es tne nanot rrom tne voter, snau place a small rubber band around it before he p-'tfl it in the box. By this means if two or more billots are folded and voted together they can not be separated in the box, and when the in spector takes the liallot out to count it and opens it in case two or more oanots are touiea witmn it, they will all be in his hand and not in the box. and therefore should not and will not be counted. This plan he says has been carried out successfully in other states, and as there no law against it in Indiana, he believes it might be used to advantage. Jewett sent word that he would reply to the letter today. The appointment of United states inspec tors for the several counties of the state, all of whom are Republicans, has led to the de termination upon the part of the Democrats to have deputy marshals also appointed and petitions for this purpose will be presented on Saturday of Monday, lheso, or course, will be Democrats. The Pever Takes a Fresh Start. Jackson VFLLK, Fia., Nov. 2. There were 5rt new case yesterday. Hi white and forty ilored, and two deaths Mrs. teorge Wet- more and James Harris. Yesterday was tlie coolest day for a week past t&i degrees!, but the fever record took another jump and peo ple are quite discouraged. There seems to be no prospect of frost. Promotions on the liurliugton. Chicago, Nov. a. Mr. H. B. Stone has been appointed second vice president ot" t he 'hicaso, Burlington & ymucy railroad, and Mr. E. P. Ripley has been appointed general manager of the same road east ot the Mis souri river. 1 hese appointments tookefl.ee yesterday. Women' Home Missionary Society. BOSTUM, Wwt. ft - Tt axrrwtitb annual oon- vention of the Women's Home Missionary tociety wag opened yesterday, with a large ttendance of delegates from all parts Oi the country. Mrs. Rutherford B. Hayes, of Fremont, O , occupied the chair. Killed Himttelf in a Whiky Fit. Lima, O., Nov. 2. Daniel Buckley, of Syracuse, N. Y., was locked up here Wednes- lay night, suffering trom delerium tremens. During the night he dashed his head against the ceil-door, indicting injuries from which he died yesterday morning. Jews Ordered to Quit Poland. Opkhsa, Nov. 2. Foreign Jews engaged in farming have been ordered to quit 1 oland within a month STRUCK BY A CYCLONE. An Iowa Town Gets &,QQO Worth of Tornado Sobody Killed. Laporte, la, Nov. 2. A cyclone struck this place at 9 o'clock last night, coming from the northwest Union hall was demol ished and a large number of houses were un roofed and blown down, a section of the building being carried many blocks away. Great loss has been occasioned to the mer hants. L Curins, Boags & Walker, C. H, Brust, Walker & Ashley, and L Conrightsare all moving stocks, as the buildings are shat tered and flooded. The residence of Sanders Walker was blown to atoms, and the chil dren rolled about on the ground. The mother was seriously hurt. No other injuries are reported. The loss on property is $75,000. Reports of damages are coming from all sections of the country. CAMPAIGNING IN NEW YORK. All the Parties Whooping Thiugs Up with resit Vigor. New York, Nov. 2. Daniel Dougherty, Bourke C'ockran, Roger A. Pryor and other prominent Democrats addressed a large meeting at Tammany hall last night in rati flcatiou of the national Democratic ticket. At the same time another large meeting was being held at Stein way hall fur the same purpose under the auspices of the exchanges and business men's Democratic associations, the speakers being Governor Hill, J. J. O Donobue, J. .dward Simmons and others. BtiU another large Democratic meeting was held at CMekering ball, under the aua nices of the Citinna' committee, to ratify Bdayor Hewitt's renominatioo. The mayor made a vigorous speech, showing the dan gers of ring rule in this city, and Rev. Howard Crosby: James C. Carter, president of the Bar association ; Morris K. Jessup and others spoke. The adherents of J. J. Coo- Kan, United Labor candidal for mayor, held a big open-air meeting in Union square and paraded the streets. Hon. T homas . Bayard addressed a Dem ocratic clubs meeting at the rink in Brook lyn. His speech was upon the tame lines as the one be delivered in Baltinoce. He de nounced the kind of politics Ghat could joke ahrait thft Murchiann tatter, and rfaelnrori relative up town ana naa anven on Ltep that it lowered the character of the Ameri- uty Marshal Kramer and Officer Sexton can people in their own eyes and the eyes of tne worto. xie ciueea as xouows: li we in their first attempt to arrest him. He offered resistance, when the officers final ly arrested him, but was overcome and lodged in the police station This morn worship an image let it be the image of lib erty liberty enlightening the world and let us not take Jim the r en man." The Republicans held no meetings in this citv. but had a monster torchlight naradn nf ing ue wan lineu r aim cusw iwr ueiug Kings county Republican clubs in Brooklyn, drunk and disorderly, and f I and coats in which it is claimed that 25,000 men par' for resisting an officer. Ringing Roues in the ears, sometimes a roaring, buzzing sound, are caused by catarrh, that ex ceedinjzly disagreeable and very common disease. Loss of smell or bearing also result from catarrh. Hood s aarBapanlla, the great blood purifier, is a peculiarly successful remedy for thin disease, which it cures by purifying the blood. If you suffer from catarrh, try Hood a Saraapa- rilla, the perfect medicine. . A Baltimore confectioner, says: I've h ad rhe umat ism in mv arm for six months, and Salvation Oil made an entire cure of it, after using less than one bot tle. William Scbellhas. Jr., 444 Penn- flylvania avenue, Baltimore, Hd. tieinated. The parade was reviewed by Cot a V. R. Cntger, Hon. J. W . Busted, and other leading Republicans, who also made tpeeches. The Republicans of Harlem also held a big parade and a series of meetings. The Henry George single tax people filled the Cooper Union and were addrened by Mr. Qeorga, William Lloyd Garrison, Rev. Hugh O. Pentecost, Louis F. Post and W. T. Croasdah), all in support of Cleveland and l burman. DIDN'T HAVE TO SWEAR. Jadgw ltarrett'H Haling la a Contested Beg tfttratlon Cm. NlW York, Nov. 2. In the application of Eugene M. McDonald, of the Thirty-fourth election district of the Twentieth assembly district, for a mandamus to compel the in spectors of election to register his name qualified voter. Judge Barrett, in toe su nrne court, yesterday declared .that (be Let Us Giro Thanks. So Proclaims the President of the United States. YEAEN TOE EAGLE TAIL FEATHEE3. TE GOBBLES WILL TAKE NOTICE. The Standard Saec" That l'helpw Be Shown to the Door and The Chronicle Is Ready for A I most Anyl hinjr The N"ws, However, I)os Not Lacerate Its Linen And the Irish Subject Is Serene A Little Caae of Our Own. London, Nov. 2. The Standard, in a blus. tenng editorial, expresses the opinion that the Lmted States would not dare to treat the representative of Germany, France, or Rus sia as it has trotted the EiiglUh ambassador. In Lord Palmerston's days no English am bassador would have been exposed to such scurvy tieatuient iiether Minister 'b"lp leaves or not, some expedient must be iliscovered to show the United States our sense of its conduct Tt-.e Chronicle siys it is imoossible to pas sively submit to a British representative Iwing treated likeaCh.nese coolie or a pau per Irish immigrant. If England is to pre serve her self respect the affront to her na tional dignity should be resented. It is a pitiful spectacle for the chief magistrate of a great country to be a party to a policy of insolence and bluster for the sake of bid ding against a rival political party for the Irish vote. The News gsvs the suggestion of retalia tion upon Minister Phelps is theoretically and practically foolish, and results as much from ignorimre as from any other resectable quality of the human mind. The Star (T. P. O'Connor's papeil says: "Mr. Bayard puts it pretty strong in his preseniation to the president of Lord Sack-vill-'s case. The Irish voter is so pressing. and the desire to satisfy him is so urgent that President Cleveland can not wait until IiOrd Salisbury takes action. The incident lumi-hes fresh evidence of the paramount in fluence of the Irish vote in Anglo-American politics." The Standard's talk about retaliation in the shape of giving Minir Phelps his pass ports is not taken altogether seriously, but it is stated that the foreign office intends tak ing a step scarcely less grave to mark its in dignation at the summarv action of the Washington government. The Irish mem bers of parliament who are now fl vking to town for the coming session are delighted with the stiff, strong attitude of the admin istration. What Lrd Salisbury will proba bly do is to leave tiie legation in the hands of a charge d'affaires. A good many people are blaming Loi9 ?alislury for his tardiness in acting in the Saekville affair, and say that the latter. though certainly to be blamed for the un wise letter he foolishly allowed himself to write, was ill-treated by his own country man, and that the minister's long diplomatic service entitled him to more careful and thoughtful treatment from his government MINISTER SARGENT'S MISTAKE. He Took a Hand in Cierman Politics nd American Hoa; Snflft-r-!. WAsmv;Tov City, Nov. '2 The Evening Star has th following: "Lord Saekville is not the first indiscreet diplomatist, audit is recorded thst a minister from this country once mnnajred to g-t into hot water by meddling with the politics of the country to which he was accredited. We hfid trouble with Minister Sargent at Herim one time, or, rather, Germany had the trouble. He took sids with the most violent of the opponents to the existing German power, and at onetime it looked as if he would lie recalled. The Ger man minister made no formal demand, how ever, and he was permitted to remain thra. though his usefulness was gone, lhe (ier- msn minister here spoke to the secretary of state about Mr. Sargent's action, but in an unofficial way, and the (ierman government continued to tolerate our minister. The re lations were vry much strained, however, and the otf.ct of it was felt in the treatment of the A merican hog. "1 A Trlln Vtw of the Case. Pep.UX, Nov. 2. The National Zitung aav-: "The frivolity with which internal ional dtti'ulties are or ' vked bv political factions America i especially evident in the Sti k- Vdle affair, if the Republicans set a trap catch a strikingly harmless English minister and discredit jlr. Cleveland as the candidate of the foreigner Mr. Cleveland himself tries to cross this maneuver by exag gerated severity against l.ord Sackvil his conduct appear comical from the fact that Mr. Cleveland aot-s not leave hngland in doubt, as to his aim in so acting. Tins kind of thing is scarcely calculated to raise the reputation of the American republic. A C'hicnRo Kx-Striker Shot. Chicago. Nov. 2. Last night about 10 'clock John Miller, an er-stnker on the north side railway, threw a stone at a new man on a Garfield avenue car, striking the man on the arm. A policeman on the car pursued the a-sailant, calling on him stop, and as he would not, shot at him. lhe man fell and was foind in a bole in the sidewalk with bis neck broken and a bnilet wouad in the hip. There was great excitement among the dead man's friends for awhile, but no violence took place. DISGRACEFUL COLLEGE RIOT. fit ad en ts and Firemen Have a Fight and Three Persons Are Seriounly Injured. Carlisle, Pa., Nov. 2. A riot occurred here Wednesday night between the Dickin son college hoys and the firemen of this city. About 8:50 p. m. an alarm of fire was sound ed. The students had torn down the fence surrounding the college and made a bonfire. The fire companies turned out and arrived at the scene, when they found ir a fal alarm. The students refused to admit the firemen on the college campus, and a wran gle ensued. The firemen attached ttieirhose to a plug and commenced throwing water on the fire and students. The students grasped the nozzle and tried to wrench it from the firemen, but the latter succeeded in retain ing po session, and threw more water on the students. A volley of stones was then thrown by the students, injuring a number of firemen, lhe firemen then returned volley of scones and water. The following persons were injured: Henry Noble, H reman, cut terribly across the head. condition critical; Elmer Nat her, fireman. severely cut and bruised; Hal Parks, fireman. cut about head and face aud internally in jured; William Lininger. fireman, cut about head, face and hands, lhe following stu dents were injured: H. Herbertie, cut face and several teeth knocked down his throat: C. C. Baldwin, knocked down and trampled by the crowd, condition critical. The affair has created a gieat deal of excite ment and it is expected it will be carried to the courts. The college building had alt the wmoow-panes broken out by water thrown bj the firemen. A Claim Against the Canucks, Ottawa, Ont, Nov. 2 The claim of J. H. Allen, owner of the American ship Bndgewater, for alleged detention of his vessel at the port of Sheiboarne, N. S., by the Canadian customs authorities, has bpen forwarded by Secretary Bayard to the Do minion government through the medium of the imperial foreign offi-Ta The minister of customs has replied to Mr. Bayard's dispatch, stating that inasmuch as Mr. Allen had en tered suit against the Dominion government in a Nova Scotia court for "J0,000, the gov ernment was quite willing to abide by the de cision of that court. Generally Koncn on -Ah Sin. Portland, Ma, Nov. 2. The following order naa been placed in the hands of every agent ot tne Maine Central railroad, regu lating the ticketing of Chinese to or through Canada, under the recent act of conereas prohibiting the return to the United States of Chinese: No tickets houW beaold these people over tinea uiaipaiMwirmigu lanaoa, as once having been taken out of this country they can not re-enter. and .Canadian lines are prohibited by the Canadian government irom umumg any Chuteue in country under penalty. - . ; A jQerman officer cannot marry an American woman without Biamarck's consent. Treasury Figures Showing Some Interest ing facta A New Kifle Proposed for the Army, and a New Powder Also Wanted Washington Monument a Draw ing Attraction Nearly 10,000 People Go to the Top in a Month. Washington City, Nov. 2 The presi dent yesterday at ternoon issued the follow ing proclamation: Constant thankstnvin ana gratitnae are due from the Amerirau people to Aim iphty God for bis xxluess and rnercy, which have followed them since ihe day He raftiie thnm a nation and vouch safed to thfiu a free government. With loving kindness He has constantly led us ia the way of prosperity and jrreatuess. He has not visited with swift punishment our shortcomings, but with gracious care He has warned us or our cepeoa- ce upon His forbearance, and has taught us that obedience to His holy law is the price of a continuance of His precious gifts. In acknowledgement of ail that (iod has done for us as a oati-.n. and to the end that on an ap pointd day the united prayer and praise of a grateful country may reach the throne or grace, 1. (irover Cleveland, president of the United Btates. do hereby designate aud set apart Thurs day, the 9i h day of November, inst, as a day of thanksgiving and prayer, to be kept and ob served tbrouirhout the laud. On that dav I-t all our people suspend tneir ordinary work and occupations, and in their ac customed places of worship, with prayer and songs of praise, render thanks to God for all His mercies, fur the abundant harvests wnicn nave rewarded the toil of tlie husbandman during the year that has passed, and for lhe rich rewards that have followed our people in their shops and their marts of trade aud traffic. L-t us give thanks for p-ace ami for social order and con tentment wi'hin our liorders, and for our ad vancement in all that adds to national greatness- i mindful of the afflictive disiiensation with which a portion of our land has been viMffd, let us. whife we humble ourselves brfore the power j of God. acknowledge His mercy in setting bounds : to the dcdly march of pestilence, and let our j hearts be cha-tfiied by sympathy with our fellow ! count rymeti who have suffered and who mourn. And as we return thanks fur all tiie. Wf-ssings which we have r-ceived from the hands of our Heavenly Father, let us not forget that He has enjoined uun us rharity. aud on this day of ttianksirivine let us eruerou-iy rwmemntT me poor and needy, so that our tribute of praise and gratitude may lie acceptable in the t.ight ot tne Lord. Done at the citv of Washington on the first day of Nuvvmbr, eighteen hundred and eii?hty--ii?tit. and in t he year of the independence of lhe Uuitcd States lhe one hundrnd and thirteenth. In witness whtnf 1 have hereunto ilsrned my name and t-aused the seal of the l.'mied Stat to l affixed. GkuVEK Clrvci.no. By the president. T. r . Bavard, hei-retary or btau. RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS. Figures Show Reduo-d Snrpln. De-creased Keceipts, and I tit Teased Outlay, Washington City, Nov. 2. The reduc tion in the public dtdit during October amounted to $-4,.V-.YGKl, and for the first four months of the iifcal year, f'is.SU.ftiO. The netcah in the treasury is f 74. A'M against JW-W.M on Oct. 1. The sold fund balance in the treasury has decreased about VKM,- OOO during the past month, and amounts to f9tJ)T4.rM.ri, and the silver fund balance, ex-cIumv- of fii.0U0.0U0 trade-dollar bullion, is f4,5(. or $!0,0 G,ihX) less than a month iga National b'ink dep tons hold 4H0,37".t, or about J:i,0iK,iNNf less than on Octo ber 1st. Government receipts during October were f:il,iHjb.Ji, ngain-t :n.SK(,lT:i in October 1V7 Custom- rcr-Piptsd uring the past month were 17.S:S2 .'-'M, or nearly $l,O,000 less than in October a year ai-o; internal revenue reivi t s were $1 l),ouu, or about tl.O-iO.ooo more than in October, lvN7; while the rect-ipts from miscellaneous sources were $-,-5ti.i,0tKI) or $!U0,(HW less than in October a year ago. Receipts frm all sources for the nrt four it lis of the pr-(int fiscal year reach .Vm.WNl. against f ::;4, Kil.-VlH fi-r the first four months of lhe preceding year, and a re oetpts i:i Ju'v, August, hep'emlter and Octo ber are usually a liitle heavier titan in any other four months of the year, this points to n revenue of aiout t-;7VOoo,000 for the year. Expenditures for the first four mntiis of the iMirrent ti nl yr amounted to f ItO.'U.UOU, ayftins- $loo .rfio.OOO lor the first lour mouths of the piweiiing fiscal year. During ii -loiter, the pat month, the de partment lm purchased JiS.HVi.OW bonds $1K;i,ooi 4!; and t'.t.Tliu.ouu -t"s ata pre mium ot tL."u VI 7. CONDENSED NEWS. A Germany cffi?er can not marry an American woman without Bismarck' con sent. The miners in the Kanawha region will try to obtain tbe same pay as the Pittsburg miners receive. The sale of leaf tobicco in the Danville, Va,, market during October amounts 1 to I,l23,S4.'i pounds. The first section of the trans-African rail way from St. Paul da Loandoto Am banco has been inaugurated The buildings at Covert's coil shaft, near Danville, Ills., were destroyed by an incen diary fire Wednesday night. By the explosion of hot metal at the iron works of Zug & Co., in Pittsburg, Thursday, one man was killed and two seriously in jured. Cardinal Newman, the head of the Roman Catholic church in E lgland, is in a crit ical condition, aud will probably not long survive. Henry B irnett shot and seriously wounded John Hayes, bis discharged employe, at West Superior. Wis., Thursday, In a quarrel grow ing out of H:iyes' discharge, Edward K-nnedy and George Thomas, convicts in the Fraukfort, Ky., penitentiary, escaped by sawing through tbe bars of their cell with a watch-spring saw. H. Grafton Delaney is said to be the wealthiest voung man ia Washington City. He is ab'.u' &) years old, aud has an income of '.,uuu from Engl.sh consols. A man who was severely injured in a row in New York the other day bad his wounds photographed, so that their extent could be shown in court after they had healed. The czar and his suite were received at Moscow Thursday with imposing ceremo nies After spending a few hours in the kremliu he resumed his journey to Gats-chir.-L Vi'iire W. N Coppege, of Line Creek, Gi., mm ri-d eleven of tiie Widow Helms' children, ami was only prevented from mar rying the twelfth by sn kness, says lhe um nierville N-ws. The grand jury in Marshall. Ills., ad-jr.urm-d afiT a session of seventeen days, duriiii; wnwh it tried fifty cases and returned twenty-nine indictments, sixteen ot which were against saloon keepers lor selling liquor to m mi -is. J. nnit Cj-ii'-k, a sewing girl, was awarded ?7M d.untcs Thursday against Lewis Nay I or, a dry goods dealer in Kansas City. In a quarrel in reference to pay Naylor put her out of the store, her arm being broken in the struggle. Lezrande, Fi-en.'h minister of commerce. pay the expense) of exhibitors in the exposi tion of lKlt will b- less than they were in the exposition of IhTs. ihe E ffel tower, built in connection with the exposition, will be finished in January. The name of Lord Dafferin is favorab'y mntioiiei in 1-ondon in connection with tbe mis ion to Washington, to -uceed Lord Sacftvire-West, but it is deem! probable that it will he some time before any ap pointment wiil Ite made. A Contractor's VI 1 1 (any. Montreal, Que., Nov. 2. A considerable numUro! tireeksere among the defrauded laborers on tiie Hereford railway at Shaw ville. Fitty-Mir of them arrived Wednes day in a destitute condition. Thirty-three Italians arrived from Coukhire. They stated that thev had received only 55 cents during tite hist three months. They bad nothing to ent Wetlnewliy. idend Ierlared Fhilapei.phia., Nov. 2 The board of di rect.-rsol lhe (Vnnsylvania Riilroa I com pany at a meeting heia at noun yesterday declared a semi-jmnua! dividend of per cent, on the c pi Tat stock. lhe I:ii-1hii at Itirinitthans. Ixni"N, N-iv. 2 In the municipal elec tions !i 1-lu tuiuiiham held yesterday, nine wards r-urn even i u;ot:ists and two tlad sUiiMttns, Ti e ejections were contested ot pidfliriil pcrty lines. Kot mI Hu nt W ill W resile. PosTt, Nov. 2. Artit-b- Lave been inc-d for a mis'-d wrevt ing mulch t-tween 1'. ih M lmtnr fui a.-id ; -.f N-v. , at Howard A:hen Another Appeal for Aid. Chicago, Nov. 2. Mavor Roche received the following telegram Thursday morning: Evterprisk Fla.. Oct. 8t. Mayor Kocwe, Chi cago: Twenty -two eaww and four deaths from lliw fever to date. Four hundred people in dis tress. Am compelled to ask for aid. Can Chicago help US? OEOftGE 1. CARLISl.K, Secretary Hoard ot Health. The mayor will promptly forward any con tributions that may be sent to him. Heavy Loss to Foreign Owner. Denver Colo., Nov. 1. The buildings. including hoisting works, of the Frank Hough mine at Lake Citv, Colo., one of the largest in this district, were burned y ester- dav. The lose will reach many thousand liars. The owners of the property reside in England. The Base Hall Tourists. Salt Lake City, Nov. 2 The Chicago and All-America clubs played a game here yesterday, tbe score being 10 to S in favor of All-America. Tbe combination left at tl o'clock last evening for San Francisco, where they expect to arrive Saturday at noon. Fire In a Mllitavy Academy. Highland Park, 111.. Nov. 2 The build- ire used for the military academy here called Highland Hall, valued at ftu.nOO, was destroyed by fire yesterday. It was opened in September last and had fifty students on the rolls. Bridge Works Burned. "Columbus, O., Nov. 2. The works of the Columbus Bridge company were totally de stroyed by fire at noon yesterdey. Tbe losa on machinery, stock and building will be about $'J0.0OO; inaurance, $4.000. About What Tie Deserved. Farweix, Mich.. Nov. 2. Alexander St. Charles was shot and killed by Frank Walk er Wednesday right. St. Charles was in toxicated, and forced his way into Ferguson's bouse, making indecent proposals to Mrs. Ferguson and attempting to strike her with ciuH. W alker bad been called in to pro- bant her. and. seizintr a shot-con. shot him. Walker, who is only 19 years old, delivered ; himself to an officer. V ni;tl-Ai-ns lor the Army. Washington City, Nov. 2. Gen. Benet, chief ot mdiinnc, in his annual report, says that during: the pnst yar investigations haveleen completed relative to the deter mination of the charg'-, projectile and rifling j fur small arms, with a view to adopting an 1 arm of Mtraller caliber than the present service piece. It is the in tenHou to use compres-ed and perforated cartridges, I ut as yet the powder makers have not succeeded in producing a satisfac tory powder, the desired velocity beinp ac companied by too great a pre-sure. This nia'ter of a suitable powder is still under study and trial. The results obtained in France with the Ilel rifle. Gem. Benet saya, seem to point to a radical innovation iu the manufacture of powder for small arms. Halloween Joker startle the Nnns. Washington C it y, N i v. a. W hen the sisters of the Acsdeinv oi the Visitation, on Connecticut avenue, weresayina; their offices Wednesday flight, just Iwfore retiring, they were startled bv a loud explosion. Yester day morning, when some ot the pupils were walking in the grounds they made the dis covery of a rudely-constructed bomb frac tured by an explosion. Halloween jokers are supposed to be at the liottom of the at fair. Visitors to the Washington M on a men t. Washington City, Nov. '2. The Wash ington monument continues to draw. Dur ing the time it was op 'it in the month of Oc tober, beginning with the afternoon of Tues day, the 9ih, 7,42 persons were carried up in the elevator and 2,Jfc4 walked up, making i total of OS 'ifi who ascended the shalt. tt'Ulii lb li f-itv, A Nir Prisoner Cremated. Grefnsfi Htt. Li., Nov. -J The wooden j.nl in tin-, pm e ws burned W.dtiesday mcbt, and its only oo up nit, a nro boy. accused of horse ste&iiutt, perished in ti fla ides. The Weather tt May Expect. WAsniNoT-oN Citv. Nov, 2. The following are the weather itidieaii.ms for thirty-six hours fi. S p. m. yesterd-iy: For IndianaFair in southern portion. Iitrhl siinwers in northern portion; fresh to brisk southerly winds; stauonary tempera- ture. r.Unwed by colder weather Friday nifrhu For Illinois Heht showers; sinrhlly colder; brisk southerly winds, sliittm? io northwesterly. For iwa- Lijht rams, except in eitreme western poitiou fair weather; colder; northwesterly .Is. For lower Mu-hiean lclu rains; fresh to bnsk somheai-ierly i'.ds. shifting to westerly mali nary teiiijnraiurw, followe.1 Friday nigtit h ilder wentiiC! . For up(ier Michigan Light raiu variable winds; cooler in eastern portion; HA- nonary temperature io western portion. For Wisodism-Light rains; colder weather: rresh to busk Kiudb. shifting to westerly. THE MARKETS. Chicago. ImM KrlStBfi4iiKlCS.-ei a cal(4 Aldine Iron Fire Place. SOMETHING HEW AND VALUABLE. THE A. L DINK Is constructed on scientific principles. Unlike anv oth-r grate it has a return dra't. This insures slow and perfect combustion' economy of fuel, perfect ventilation, distribution of heat an.j equalisation of temperature from Moor to ceiling. Hums liar.l or soft coal, coke or wood, and li s five times the lieatiug cap'ar. it' of any other grate on the market. tall and examine orsend fur circular giving full information DAVIS & CAMP, Agents. I'avenjiort, Inwj THE P. P. ROBINSON CO., BLACK STOCKINGS. THE F. P. ROBINSON CO. BLACK STOCKINGS. ;1 S 11 "CLE AN FA ST" NONE ARE GENUINE WITHOUT THIS TRADE MARK ON EACH PAIR THE CLEANFAST HOSIERY are guaranteed not to crook or fade in washing. For even pair found otherwise the money will be refunded. FORWARD STORE 314 W. 2d St , DAVENPORT, IA. f P : Boarding, LIVERY FEED STABLE. Tbe finest carriages ar j buggies in the city can in had ut any bonr of the i-ty or rtitfht. L. G. SNIDER, Fioptr, X.i. 1916 Third Av, sue. 'til. 1H27. Struck by m Northwestern Train. Chicago, Not. 2 John Reisth. a farmer hvinc near Lake View, while driving aero tbe tracks ot the northwestern road late yesterday afternoon, was struck by an out come train and instantly (alien, ins ooay being dreadfully mangled. tie leaves a wife and large family of children. A Lucky Kentucky Cripple. Owinkboro, Ky., Nov. 2. Andrew John son, a cripple living near tiod Hill, una county, on Wednesday, while diczing in the ground, unearthed a copper kettle tilled with gold and silver corns, lhe ketue was in scribed "October, 1788." The treasure amounted to over 2,(MX). Something To B Proud ot, . Zanzibar, Nut. 1 Tbe German gunboat Sophie bus bombarded tbe W'hmdi village north of nogomogo, ana afterwards burned tbe place. An old negre waa killed. Kd MeAlcine tar kSu$&mT, New York, Nov. fc. Tommy Flannagan, of Cincinnati, and Pete McCabe, of Albany, fought a desperate battle of ten rounds for a nurse of $3h0 on City island earlv yesterday morning. Flannagan was declared tbe win ner after almost detnoushing hu opponent. While being robbed down after the sixth round McCabe was given a bottle of ammo nia instead of brandy try a mistake of his at tendant, but came to time for the seventh round in spite of the agony be endured. Both men were terribly punished. Hire. Parsons Going to Europe. New York, Nov. 2. Mrs. Lucy Persons, the widow of the executed Anarchist, of Chi cago, sm led from this port yesterday morn- inc. She tins gone there uton tbe invitation of the British Sooinlist Democratic fedora tion, in which William Morris, the author of "The Earthly Farad ie.B is a leader, for tbe purpose of taking part in the commemora tion of the 11th of November, the anniver sary of tbe Chicago executions. I Miners Keolv to Strike. Danville, Ills., Nov. 2. At a mass-meet ing of Lhe tirape Creek miners yesterday it it was resol veil to make a demand on tbe company fr an increase of ID cents, per ton. 1 The present price is 6a cents, Tbe company nil probably refuse, and a strike will fol low. The coniany empieii 3 men. Escapeb Cholera to Die or KnnarMt. Denvkr, Col. , Nov. 2 James Longo- notti, a bartender, who shot and killed a man named A. C on Monday while ex celling him from a saloon, died yesterday in convulsions, apparently the result of nerv ous prostration and remorse, which caused him to imagine that the murdered man was torturing him. Longonotti was one of the three members of the New Orleans police force who escaped tbe ravages of cholera in that city in 1S& Light-Weleht Slugging Hatch Arranged. New York, Nov. 2 Jack McAnlitfe, champion Mht-weight of America, and Jake Hyams, who claims a like title in England, signed articles yesterday to box ten rounds, Queeusberry rules; within 100 miles of New York, six weeks from Nov. I, the winner to take tbe gate money. McAuliffe could not make a championship match within the time desired by the Englishman, as be has a tight on band with billy Myers in Jauuary for $5,Mtu. Judge Thnrman Attends a tl eddlng Colcmbps, Ohio, Nov. 3 Judge Tbur- man last evening mingled a little social life with the political one b has been experienc ing for some months. He attended tbe wed ding of the daughter of a neighbor, Mrs. James R Estep, Mt-a Anna Lstep, to Harry M. Dickinson, of New Yorr city. Baron Munchausen, of Berlin, Germany, and tbe baroness, who is a daughter of lira. Estep, were among tbe guesta Chicago, Xov. 1. Board of trade quotations to dav were fol lows: Vhat No. t iMiember, opened $l.t9i closed ?1 l.'c January, opened fi.lt, closed f 1.13, May. ofietitl tl.-O-'i. closed $1.1;ft. Com Ue- ceni i -er. nptrt wd $e, closed 33c; January, opened S-V- osed 3740: Mar, opened 3Sv closed "KV. Oats -No. 2 lferember, opened and closed Si-Mt'; May. opened aud closed -JA. pork Year, oiten.-d 5l4.6.t. closed $14.45: January opened $;4 ii. clonel $14,721; May. openej fi.YM. el.i;'d 5i4.ft. Lard ear, opened $8.1 r closed $!.tt. Live stock Following were the quotations at the I n ion Slxk varus: Hogs Marxet opened active and tinn, prices Sc hitrher; tight grade. $-Vz.Lff..V.V; roujrb packing, $5. ui'x lots. to-i'-iii-xiS: heavy packing and shipping lots, $.3.B-YtY tattle .Stronger; beeves, poor to pnnn. $;.2'i.t:i.vV: extra, $Y3n4t :.: cows, $1. iiJ.TT: miocker and feelers, $l.75ft3. At. I -Slrong: natives. $Jt.iKS.8f; westerns $J.75kS 3,.t0; Texaiis. Sii ifoSO; lambs. $3.7.VdVi.7s. Produce: Butter Fancy Elgin creamery, 264 274c per lb; fancy dairy, Lhtav: packmi stock, l-'a-lSc. Kgps -Strictly fresh. ltf(i.l!HeC per dot Poultry Spring chickens. Ttfcc per lb; old hens. 7V" roivsiers, 5c; turkeys. 7t$c; ducks, THftffcSic; geese, jK.Oh&rnllperdoi. Po tatoes li ih. 3"i4iV per bu: sweet potatoes. $l.Tr ( per hlrf. Apples Choice it.K $l.7."i :i0ti l-r libl; fair to choice mis. 75eni$l UJ. New York. New York. Nov. 1. Wheat Irregular: No. 1 red suite. fl.lSl i9; No. a do. $1 iHfcbl.U: No. -i red win er November, Sl.ljftit; do leceiir. $1.14W Corn IhiII: No. 2 mixed ciish, 4V(Tt,4:tc; do November, 4tHC; do Decemtier. 4fc o.-ii Dull; No. 1 while Ktate, e; No. 2 do. &dc; No. 2 mixed November. io; do Ie(vmler, 81 .c. Rye imll. Barley Nom inal. Pork Dull; new mess. $1S.75&16.3. Live stock: Cattle-bull and depressed; dressed Ixwl", dull and weak; Texas sides. 4&he Wfc; Colorado, 5Wf4c; native beef, 6&c- Sheep and lambs-Markrt closed heavy; poor to good sheop. $-.5(&4 . V 100 Tttej; poor to prime lambs, $t auoa Hogs Nominally steady; I6.ft.tf.6l0. BOCK ISLAND. Om New 200.38 Bay I plana prairie. f43RS. Hay Ttnwuij new $7.50. Bay Wild. $6:M)&$6 00. Rye-Wc. Corn 406449 Corn New. 3fiS0c. Potauws 3fta35i. Turnips 1 Sc. THE FINEST ASSORTMENT OF Bread, Cakes, Pies and Pastry, IS AT THE EAGLE BAKEltY, 1109 Third Are., ltock Island, POLZIN & STAASSEN, Propts. EAGoods delivered to any part ot the city fr of charge. Eldore bu a republican club of reveal v. 6ve fnrls, vbo, it is said, hare vowed to remain single until Harrison is elected. And in tbe same town a club of seventy. live young men vowed never to marry till Cleveland ib elected. An English historical manual states lhat President Lincoln was snot in ft the atre in Boston. CREAM Its superior excellence proven in nrfniont of homes for more than a quarter of a ceo rosy. It ia Md by the United States Government; eodoreed by the heads of the Great Universities as the THE AEMSTRONG S. S. GEMOT S Bffl Made Without Rublei Thf riattirtty it nven hT Nickle Plated Brass Springs T!" : known Diipltx Vt-ntilaU'd lisrit r tor iadies which naa tien a ,, '-s M faction. Miould bo for lc by ad firsi-class dealer in notion and OC CtS farnif hinga. Sample pair wo: by registered mall on rccHp. of - Manufactured By Armstrong Mfg. Co. Bridgeport, ft W. A. GUTHRIE, tucremr to Guthrie & Co Hut,) Contractor and Builder, ROCK ISLAND. TLI t9PIans and estimates furnished. A "penalty mnde of fine work All or.it-rf aTt-r"t l- piomptly and eaiisfactioa guar jntved. Office and Shop No. im Thirt A"5 1888 GRAND OPENING OF THE FALL SEASON. Our stock of C1EPETS, WALL PAPER, Table ami Flor Oil Cloths, Window Shades and Fixtures is now complete, and Pricer Lower than ever. L. W. PETERSEN, 212 West 2nd St., Davenport. Ia J. M. CHRISTY, Steam Cracker Bakery, OFaCTVBU 0T C1ACIUI AID BttCfIT. Ask jour Grocer for them. They are tx-st Sjr-IpMialUe.: The Christy mill' s4 ChrMy ffinL" , M. YERBUEY, Plumbing, Steam and Gas Fittinf, Knowlea' Steam Pumps, Inspirators and Ejectors. SnT "iZTJ?u1 ffroC-t d hd Pioe. Pipe Fitting and Br. Goods of every def Boola,LimeorAlnm. Sold oalv la eaas. i KubDtr Hos and Packing of all kinds, Drain Tile nod Sewer Pips. m toC "ABSSZ2WM -W I Offlc and Shop No. 17 Eighteenth St.. ROCK ISLACT. i V!