Boston Bazaar I
L S. GATES & CO.
Are daily receiving from the New -York
and Boston markets all the new and fash
ionable shades and styles in
itu-lutling Rerjres, L'luiperatrice Cloths,
I trap ! la Reine. Cords. Cashmeres. Pou
Imerials. Diagonals, Melanges,
OmmI'i hair Biaritz. and Khiva with all
the leading novelties in fanoy Goods, Rib
bons. Ties etc., to which especial attention
New and Klegant Designs in
hnclish k Amerieai
1 lur prices are the lowest and designs
the choicest, and our stock complete in all
the different makes and grades. The lar
geSt and most complete stock of
loose keeping Goods,
For Men's & Boys' Wear
Also a full stock of
Kver offered in Rock Island, at 'la per ct
lower than last years prices.
L. 8. GATES 4 CO.,
N II Burlnck Diamond Shirts mailt to order
v.; arranu;d to rlt at ; :. bosun. l j i:
H. S. BUTTS'
THIS MEDICH7S IS
waiuyCJ TT UIIUUICU
KOR THE FOLLOWING DISEASES:
For the Cure of Rheumatism,
BOTH CHRONIC AND ACUTE.
Por Colds, Inflammations, or Tightness of the
' ii'-t, it gives a sure and speedy relief.
For Dlptheria. Crony, Whooping Congh. and
scarlet Fever, do not fat) to use it aoout the Throat
and Lungs. It ha never failed in theae dreadful
Kor any located Paine, such as Headache. Tooth
' ' rsmp. and the Crica in the Baca; also Mer
r irial Lameness and Contracted Muscles, or Lain -aeai
about the Back and shoulders.
v - Hams and Scalds, as it extract, the tneC
tQ -t Instantly.
od all Flea
ly cures Felons. Biuiae; aid Sprain?. I
h w,,nd.; ai, Mump.. Agn- in th. A
nr.-ssi. t happed Hands and Lljoe, Corns, chilblains
l r mated Limbs. Inflamed Eyes. Sting of Bees.
Bite "I Dogs, and all poisonous wonnds.
For Huuiurrhotde or Plies, and Ulcerated Sores,
It has no equal.
Alto warranted to cure the most obstinate
" muds. Stretches. Wlndgalls end Sprains noon
l"rses, or Foul in the leet of Cattle.
Th'' ''r,,Prietor. having for his greatest object the
v ted should be beneiitted by the circulation
" t.iis Me, ilelue, offers it upon the following Pos-.tip-
CorDrnaaa or Wa rsa t. t y , trusting tbatonr
;s,r..ns will see that we can have no object in offer
ag . this way a spurioua article.
The Public are requested to try it, and If it does
sot answer the recommendation, return it to the
agency bottle half used, and receive your monev
FIENRY S. BUTTS.
Sole Proprietor and Manufacturer
WAVMLT, TIOliA CO NEW YORK
rr" Where all orders by mr 11 or otherwise wi
iirouipuy atieeoea to. Y jr sale by all Drug
New Liverv Stable !
THE rNDERSIONED HAH JUST OPENED A
I Livery Stable, on
IKFKKRSON 8TRKBT, (near Harper llouee.)
B'f.ioo out.nu. Orst-claes suick. and fair
" w" tv. I. -am r, s
t'; is reapeetfully solicited
A snare of ptihlir patron-
JOHN C. BR
SOON TO BE ISSUED.
RAILWAY AND RIVER
.k,..,iiuu arinuvi VH1 !
ST. LOUIS AND ST. PAUL,
'r'y'nm nn" ,nS"h T PfrsoD, firm
.hAnl ".:1h,k,"ch ,he "! improved
i ,h on tbs St. Louis. Kan-
: llJf: Northtrn Rallwa, Central HAll.avot
'M'a. Milwaukee 4 St Pa ,l kailw ami on the
""'-IPPI KUer. vi. the Ke0k"kWN,;r";1rn'nL
, ' r. 1 umpany. Icinr a Directory camSiZ of all
rough tar,... by r., ri,, bree? CS
...nmereial Centre, of the West ; .,! i. Issued H
L,ue, 1"P'' ""I recognition of the 22Z
RATES FOK PATRONAGE:
Ht Pr Ad,.rUn.e,t m
rnutth .. JMj
Klehu, - .. 10.UJ
Magiitre's great Cunduraugo Bitters a
pleasant and effective substitute for Vine
gar Bitters. For sale by C. Speidel.
Neuralgia is cured by the use of Renne's
, Pain-Killing Magic Oil, surest of anything
we ever tried ; in fact, it cures any kind of
paiu or lameness, and is an article every
family should keep in the house. Sold by
Some Ladies suffer dreadfully with the
headache aud this causes their hair to fade.
Nature's hair restorative is a sure
remedy for the ache and will restore the
color of blanched, gray or faded hair. See
(lur readers should be careful to notice
that PltooTOI ft Gamble's Stamp is upon
the bars ot their Mottled German Soap,
as all good articles are imitated, and this
Soap being so popular, other manufactur
ers have copied their stamp. fi-2Hd3m
Procrastination is the Thief ok
Time. At this season of the year, when
i life may be cut off in a few hours by an
: attack of Cholera, Cholera Morbus, Diar
i rhoea. Dysentery, Cholera Infatum. or
some kindred disease, none should fail to
! have at all times a supply of Dr. MeCabe s
; renowued Medicated Blackberry Brandy on
hand A more certain cure, and at the
i same time pleasant remedy, can not be
! found iu the whole rauge of materia med
! iea. The millons who have used it testify
Woru Never I'sk Them. If persons
were aware of the injurious character of
' most Bakiug I'owders now for sale in ev
! ery town in our country they would never
' use them. A baking powder to be got id
j aud wholesome cannot be made by ignor
j ant persons, who know no more about the
chemical combinations necessary for such
results than a school boy
n.i i ,
ine omy gxu ,
Baking Powder prepared by careful man- '
ipulation from pure BiateiialsisDr. Price's ,
Cream, not a grain of substance in it not i
fouud in the system And for his Snecial 1
uuu in me srem. Ann lor ins special
flavoring r.xtraetB, we have only to say
that they agte the finest, purest, and best to
be found in this or aiy other country.
WiLlioiT's Tome ('ures Chills aud
Fever aud retlnr.es Enlarged Spken with
out the use of mercury and inidine.
It leaves headache, no depreion f
Spirit and no constipation of the bowels.
It makes a well man of the sick oue, nor
does it require weeks and months to effect
Wilhoft s Tonic contaius . poitm,. it
contains no Arenic or Men-ury, and is as
sate for an infant as for the strong robust
. n--i. ml
Let every family try ilhott s Tonic and '
test its properties. the members including the officers of the
Farewell to quinine ! good-bve arsenic ! ; banks that suspended yesterday. A prop-
Mi calomel ! Wilhoft's Tonic'is the onlv P8'1'00 l" issue loan .ce"ificates for I'leariDg ,
e , . , . . " house purposes received a majority ot votes
sate and sure remedy for Chills. j but was not adopted on account of the
For sale by E. Breunert. Harper House strong opposition. The discussion was re
I rue Store. newed. aud. it being declared necessary
" j to take some united action, the following
The Cai-ses ok Diseask. Not'only is committee was appointed at a late hour to
it mere deficiency of strength that results ulnsiucr and report for adoption the plan
fv,,, Jn,,, ...;.;., (u. .. k tor settlements m the clearing house : Mr.
I" . Kumsey. of the Corn Exchanee ; Mr.
truit ot a character more mahgnant still. Lombard, of the Fifth National : Mr. Rut
The cause of not a few positive diseases, is , ter, ot the Traders National ; Mr. Clark.
MM other than this same imperfect nutri- j "f'the Hibernian National ; and Mr. Green 1
tion ! In bringing about those more form
i li -i - o , . . . ,
idable evils, it frequently works through the
agency of the functions of excretion. (The
excretory organs are the skin, the lungs,
1. ki,!.,--,., tk. :,,; , p..;i;..; i
power to traustorm ; to sejiarate; finally, to
tnrow out. that wtueh has become eflete
and even deleterious, the system retains it ,
' either circulating in the blood, or deposited
in the tissues; and thus, in point of fact,
I. rr j- '
becomes its own poisoner. Hence diseases. ,
: A torpid or preverted State of the excre- ;
tions, threateuiug a culmination in acute j
j disease, may be remedied bv the use of Dr.
I Gottlieb Fisch's Bitters, which both stiui-
! ulates directly the excretory functions i
themselves, and also indirectly stimulates
them, bv invigorating the stomach I
I rr.L- aj . , a.
i ins sunject continuea next week unuer
I'' The Office of the Blood."
E. F. Ki nkel's Bitter Wine of Iron.
This truly valuable touic bas been so
thoroughly tested by all classes of the com
munity that it is now deemed indispensihle
as a Tonic medi .'ine. It costs but little,
purifies the blood and gives tone to the
stomach, renovates the system and pro
longs lite. Everybody should have it.
tor the cure of Weak Stomachs, flriafi
; ral Debility, Indigestion, Diseases of the
I Stomach, and for all cases requiring a
tl- . - . . i i . .a , ,
-1 wine includes the most agreeable
anu emcient oait 01 irou we possess
Citrate of Magnetic Oxide, combined with !
the most apreeable of vegetable tonics- i
Yellow Peruvian Bark.
Do you want something to strengthen !
Do you want a good apetite?
Do you want to get rid of nervousness. !
lto you want energy ?
Do you want to sleep well ?
l)o you want to build up your constitu
tion. Do you want to feel well ?
Do you want a brisk and vigorous feeling ?
If you do try Kuukel's Bitter Wine of
1 only ask a trial of this valuable tonic.
Beware of counterfeits, as Kunkel's Bit
ter Wine of Iron is the onlv sure and el'
icciuai remeuy iu cue Known worm ior tne partment is equally free from it An ar
permanent cure of Dyspepsia and Debility, raiigcnient has been made bv which the
and as there ate a number of imitations of- ; Lofidon house of Jay Cooke, McCullnugh
lered u the public, I would caution the i & Co. will honor all government drafts on
comuiuiiity to purchase none but the gen j the London house of Clews, Habrecht ft
lime article, manufactured by E. F. Kun- ! Co. Bevond this there has been no change
kct, and having his stamp on the cork of i in the agency.
u.ti.v nan ine very lact that otners
are attempting to imitate this valuable
remedy, proves its worth and speaks vol-
nines in its favor,
Sold only in $1 bottles. Sold by Drug-
t'ists ana dealers everywhere, and in Hock
Inland tiy fMiitth .v ISonnev and
Jmo. w . Mattkkws.
WH. Cl.At sses,
MATTHEWS & CO.,
Wholesale A Retail Dealers in
Louisville and Utica Cement,
Paris, Hair, White
LAND PLASTMt, 4c.
Agente for Cement, Sewer and Drain
DISTILLERS OF THE
13 Michigan Avenue,
CHICAGO, . ,
Rock Island, Illinois, Monday, September
Cook County bank resumes.
arrival of currency
Better feeling Everywhere.
Gold coming from Europe.
The Chicago Exposition.
Appeal for Help forShreve
port. Accidents, etc., etc.
Chicaoo, Sep. 27,-The Third National 1
Bauk has suspended large payments of :
currencv. There has been somewhat of a
run on the First. The Cook County a-
Uonal Bank, led into suspension bv the !
action of the Fnion. will on Monday reJ
sume pavment, and invites the active co-1
operation ol its northwestern correspon-
dents. 1 ,
rri i , .. , !
i iierr amtc ar to ae a Miiffnr.lv nnnrm-M
faulill : ' , am,
to-tlav hut hnsine.. eTl,il,it .. .....rl-,
falling oflf. The inquiry for cash property
wau more urgent, indicating tliat currency
isrriving for investment in grain. Some
of the bauks obtained ..sideraye cur.
rcncy by express to-day. and evince a de-
termination to work through in spite of the
action of banks in other sections of the
(;h.cao. Sept. lIV.-Aftcr a protracted '
ueljate, the Ulearmg House Association to
night resolved that, in view of the improv
ing prospects, it is inexpedient to issue
The Second National aud the Maufac
turers' Banks declare their intention to go
into involuntary liquidation.
The decrease of deposits in our bauks
for the past week is $ 1 l tXKJ.tK.i0, a diminu
tion of 4o per cent. The outlook to night
is very reassuring.
t'mcAdo, Sept. 27. A meeting of the
1 Clearing House Association was held last
iukiii ami uiu uol auuuiu ami; nan ?um
nni. this mnrninr it was aftinleH hv all
night and did not adjourn until halt pa.-
f, v l A SnT"k V
llie" voted to adiourn until ( o clock this
evening. At a subsequent meeting of the
committee they resolved that they will
rePurt their adoption of a plan similar to
me : lorn system, utiu tliat cbect
paid only through the Clearing
gT. Loris, Sept. 27. Quiet hasreipned
among the hanks (his morning. All are
paying checks under the rule and every-
8eeius 10 c',?erull' ?S in
arrangement. 1 he feeling on Change is
fetM and prices for some articles are
stiffened materially. The volume of bus-
iness increased somewhat, and. iu some
: chants, generally, seem to be more hope-
. fill. hut thprp is Mf ill ft atenaaa. nmaM.Mmml
of atmrehension and but little rli
to do very much trading.
The day has passed quietly iu financial
d commercial circles. The excitement
ol the previous day has almost entirely
: subsided, and there was positively an im
proved feeling among all classes. Prices
on Change stiffened materially, and some
articles brought higher figures than since i
the commencement of the panic. A ntim
j her of banks announced this afternoon that
j they will pay all currency checks against
! new currency deposits.
I'liiLAliKi.PiUA. Sept. 27. Matters are
quiet on Third street, the scarcity of cur- j
i rency ueiug rne only trouoie. .vlany large
manutacturing concerns have, with great ;
exertions, raised sufficient amounts of cur- f
rency to pay lull wages.
., ' J
,. oaiu i o
seIlls' applicant lor proceedings in bank
a1Pin1t l? Ce & Co., has with-
drawn the suit in consequence of the state-;
".'en' ,ua(le of tuc assets UI"1 liabilities of
City banks have generally paid out cur-
e.nc' when needed to pay wages, and are
uiscoummg ireeiy, giving an easier feeling
: in i ,ii!iiii: t it !-
Cincinnati, Sept. 27. At the close of
business.an improved feeling was manifest.
Some of the banks received as much cur
rency as they paid out.
Washington. Sept. 27. The Secretary
of the Treasury is no longer troubled with
telegrams of inquiry from financial sour
ces. jNo excitement whatever exists iu
that uepartmeiit, and the hxecutive De-
At dt ST.,Ga.Sept.27. There is abetter
teeling here to-day, but otherwise the sit- !
uation is unchanged. There is nothing do
ing in cotton lor want of currency.
New York, Sept. 27. -The bank state
ments will not be ready for publication to- j
day. The clearing house committee has j
ics'nveu ui issue loan certincates to unlim
New York, Sept. 27. It is the opinion
ot persons conversant with financial move
ments that the prospect is steadily bright
ening. Banks and Savings institutions are
paying out money more freely to meet la
bor pay-rolls, and government, it is stated,
ofters to prepay the November interest of
over fourteen millions.
Some prominent financiers met last even
ing in the rooms of the Mercantile Libra
ry Association, and after coosultaUon rela
tive to the present condition of financial
and commercial affairs, adopted the follow
ing: Rewired That all our efforts should now
be directed to the support of trade and
commerce and to promoting their greatest
possible efficiency in carrying on the vast
exchanges of commodities incidental to
our bountiful harvest.
Retolted, That we recommend to banks
the maintenance of their union, so happily
begun, and earnestly request that it be
supplemented by a joint resolution to dis
count freely, commercial paper of undoubt
ed character, which on a like occasion in
I860 and 1661 soon effectually and prompt-
lytrinmphed overthe insane panic of those
Rtuoleed, That we have undoubting om
fid ence that the policy of liberal discoaat
itig will immediately restore tranquility to
the public mind, as it did in the years
above named, and thus bring into the eof
ters of the associated banks the $13,QU0,
000 greenbacks paid out by the govern
ment within the last few day in exchange
for government bonds whieh are now hoar
ded by the saving banks and individuals
London, Sept. 27. A steamer, leaving
Liverool to-day tor New York, took luu-
Eight thousand pounds sterling in bul
lion has been withdrawn from the Bank of
England to day, for America. All thP
j available gold in the street is being bought
' for that purH)se.
CSBCAOO, Sept. 27. The exposition is
; now fairly uuder headway, the additions to
the various departments in the past week
i havinc been numerous and valuable
I Altogether the managers of the exposition
may well congratulate themselves upon its
! complete success. The attendance vaster
I f anl 'asl was ver-v gt a'"i to
j day and to-night a great throng of visitors
1 have filled the immense building. Ar-
rangetiients have been made with all tl
railroads leading to the city to run excur
sion trains on certain days of each week
during the exposition, and steps were tak
en to-day to advertise along the different
lines of railroad the dates of such excur
sions. St. Louis, Sept. 27. An appeal was
made to the merchants of this city to day
I for food for the suffering and destitute
people of Shreveport, La., and five car
'. loadsof provisions were at once contributed
, and a committee of merchants was ap
; pointed to canvass the city for more. Two
car loads were forwarded to-night. More
will be sent to-morrow.
I-iate this aftennon a portion of the rear
w,?! of the extensive five-story warehouse
oKSaQ1Jue Cupples & to. corner ot Chesf
nut ,aud he?ond streets te! w,ith a terrible
crash, opening a gap in the buildinc fifty
eet Wlde r?X? aad to roof. Three
eji named, 1 homos Mier, D. A. Fickler,
u , DavlSl who.w?re working m the
third story were carried out with the wall,
and Mier and Fickler were covered with
two or three feet of eiphrit: Lo.ll,-
' and jmssibly fatally hurt, aud Fickl
. -- . -
oadJ' eut the uta(i a"d bod'
i j"1110' ept' 'ast n'8ht a woman
j and. P.er children who came up on the
j Mobile & Ohio Railroad, attempted to
'jump aboard the steamer Illinois as she
' wafi backing out of Columbus, Ky.. and
'eu" m river anll were drowned Their ;
uuc nut ueett ascet xamea. ana ttie i
'"'dies are not yet recuered. i
THE I'ARTNEItSUir IlEKEToKoRF. EXIST i
tog tiemeeti Trenian 1'age. in the Liverv l,ui- i
n.w. it- tfai.. d v ttaaalyvd by mutual r iaji pi Ttie
bUKiueai mill i- eonlimied" at the old eland bv '
Treman. to whom all bill due murt be paid.
A. TKKMAN. I
, . , . ' PABl
R.Kk If land. Sept. Mth, is ;.-d:w
STEAM HEATING CO.,
LOW PEESS7UE SSLF-EESTLATIl'S
Patented .Inm- 14.
Por Public and Private Biiiliings.
HEAVY AND LIGHT
Made to Order.
WEST FIELD MASS j
Thomae Yau-s. Apent for Uock fakail aud vi- I
KESCSilTTS and KAJTSTAOTIISS will
bt-it nam thrir shipment.- to tht'ir
aWfttftafttlasi hv using
PATENT SHIPPING TA GS
UvtrTwo Hundred Mihioin- have beea u.-e uitiiin
the pat ten yearc. wiiUout eoowl int of .u- b
Tap becoming detatchd. Alt Exprewa ( uw-th-m.
Sold by Irintc! aud btation. r- every
whore. y-iM t;:vrf;,m"
The Lightaer Etickv Flv PlTJer I
Warranted Entinly Free from ftuelt.
The best Fly Destroyer ever offered to tin public
No dead ttie. druppingaround the house as r catch
es and bolili, tin m all.
For sale bv the trade generallv
E N UQHTNKK & co. Detroit. aOea..aola
pruprietoK. to whom all orders should be wider-e
NOTICE IS HEREKY GIVEN THAT '1 HI iraua
m- eting of t'le slock holders o. the R, liioni.
Rock Island St. Louis Ra lrosri Compant 1U be
held at ihe offl e of the company in the citv "f Rock
ucX, Si W "3 '"
k. k. carle, Ptwifent,
John r. w iiiTEHr.Ait. Secretarv.
pfl (tfl T,r.nlr Ttill.lur
A 1 ttt llLttl JJUUH JJlllUCi,
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
ANTIQUE AND MODERN.
Music Carefully Done L'p.
Post Office Block )
PEQfilA & HOCK MS
TO THE (iREAT
NOW HOLDINtl AT
Train leaving Rock Island with Pullman's Pais
Sleeping Car atusched,
AT 7:30 P. M.,
Runs thri'UL'ii to Indianapolis without cbanp.
riving at indiauapolis
AT 10:15 A. M.,
And at Cincinnati
At 4:20 P. M. Next Day.
Good for the Round Trip,
FOR SALE AT OFFICE OF COMPT.
AS FOLLOWS :
For Cincinnati Exposition,
Good nntil Oct. S.
Fare $16 lor the Ronnd Trip.
Good nntil Oct. 11.
Fare S12.10 (or Ko1"1" TrtP
C. W. SMITH, J.A.0KIER,
General Manager. Gen. licket Agt
S-lSdtf J. J. THOMAS, Ag't, Kock UUnd.
E. C. .RA?fT.
BO. A. COBB. CHAt-. C. H
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
ORANT, COBB 4 HILTON, Proprietor
ana state and Van Boxen street-, i mi
I I'll AS. H. DEANS,
('r. Hamilton and Adams trf
RAC1XEFRASK TVKEELL;proprier ; - - w -
is tncmoirt centrally located ,,f any
n lae city.
LANSING BOI NSLU Proprietor.
f'-mtaiuini: HI room;
way ami Michigan tr
located comer of Broad
In. the DUrilieSS eenlTt of
JK5State rStri't i, cor. Hubbard Court.
No betur 11 oust- in thtr City. $2.50 per day.
BNOCV WOOD Proprietor.
UN TED STATES HOTEL,
BARNES BUCK. Propriet.,.
Tin Dally Aastm kept on (He.
THrmOM hAKNf M L. A. PHATT
BARXUM4 PRATT Prnprieton
Second and Walnut atpacta,
ST. LOL'tS. MO.
The Dally Anr.i kept on IU.
Formerly the Larlede.)
Conn r Madtfson and Canal street, . . .OTIieMK)
WENTWuRTII. WOOLWORTH & CO..
PR I LADE LPH 1 A
S, M. HEl'LINGS. Propri
ki'pt ol flit.
Daily A Rut
j. w. Brums ,
La e at L'. S. Hotel. Louiaolle.
A. U. STEIN.
Late ol Lotle-v
WALNUT STREET HOUSE,
Cor. Walnut and Gano Street.
BCKTOS 4 STEIN. hmAnt
J. R. BURNS. Clerk. J. H. ELBERT. Clerk,
Ule of r. s. Hotel. Louisville. Ol Lexington. Ev
Corner Broadway and Bitidk- siri- ta.
ST. LOUIS, MO. '
BYRON A BALDWIN. PrnprK torf.
("Formerly nf iht- Evtvtt Hnuw . Chicago.)
Tin- liLKAEb Uhe i. nm-cltnw in all Ur-appuict-mtaiu.
! hcatt'ti by Su-aia.hat! an i l-vaturaii5 con- I
tain 151) lan:' airv r.Mirjit.. whi( h ar- m atiy and
L-U-aiitly funiiub.-d I: ct'iitraUv lncatt.-d. con
venient 10 the streei cai and eat-y nf rrni ttH
raiiroadc and ttemmtn entering the city. Toani:
tin wuntP of those deriirinp good arcomnnHiations
at n-a-onabie rate. the terms have bee made
ONLY TWO DOLLARS PKK DAY
m and Twentieth M NEW YORK.
AMEKIi AN and EI'RmI'EAN PLANS.
Complcu with : modem improvement;
ntoinr-en cuite ami finale ; private ttarlore. bailie.
i'vator. t ic. Lovation i.;.-i.-; -.. 1m iuu in the
ry center of faafaioii and brilliant New York life. ,
n proxtamr to Cbnntbei and placet of Amuw-
ment. and Lord A Turin-. Arnulri A . on-itahie '
and. I . fcC. JihutiuV Dry t.m..is ia.ee. Thv
hutt-1 it- under tb management i.f A S. Danium,
forin.riy at BaruuuiV Hotel, lialnmorv: I. N.I
Green, of Dayton, Ohio. and looentl of New York. ;
and r reemati Banmui. of HariiU'n'0 Huit 1. M i
AM BOILER WORKS.
J. W. EVIST0N,
192, 216 and 220 Broadway,
and 281 and 283 Chicago St.
High and Low Pressure Boilers
Lard and Water Tank- All kinds of Sheet Iron
i Work. Repairs nromptly attended to.
; Oood Second-hand Uoiiers of all sizes on hand
M Ail order.- anil receive pruanpt attention.
AGEN iS WANTED.
CONTAIN IN I ;
THE NEW ILLI'STRATED
e lliutory and t oncordauce.
the voice of hi !
A mijrniueelit t
"Jiu. tile bm
of M8 Pt.
k for ttie 1'
The new Sacred Musie llook. with the Met seven
j shaped character Not.-s.
or lermt and circulars address
Miller's Sible and TosUsbicg Bouse,
lilt! & HM Samsou St
GO TO THE liKST!
BRYANT & STBATTON
j Telegraph Institute!
The Largest in the West!
GIVES THOROUGH PREPARATION FOR BI S
INhs PURSI ITS. KI RMSHKS t OMPLETE
FACILITIES FOR ACO.UHISG RAPID
AND ELEGANT PENMANSHIP.
Is taught, and never fails to make Good Writer.
A tnorongh knowledge of Bookkeeping and Bus
Ca-eful training in the Laws of Baeiness
Telegrapbingand Railroad Station Bookkeeping.
Private aud individual tnatraction given. Students
begin at any time.
Arrangemtnta for boarding, so that students get
good board for s.uo per week, which is an actual
saving of li.00 per month.
Address for Circular
a -aMONTAGCS ULLIBRIDGE,
8-idAwU Davejcport, Iowa.
Our Square Dealing Clothier,
Mr, I. Bamberger,
G returning from the
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS!
Has been notified that his Store, under the City Hotel, has been
sold, and he will have to move by Spring. This puts Mr. B. in a
bad position, as it compels him to close out his Immense Stock at
a great sacrifice. Come one and all and see for yourselves.
9"2631nl I- BAMBERGER, CitV Hotel Corner.
STAPLE AND FANCY
Corsets, Kid Gloves.Guipure Laces, Specialty
Illinois Street, Under Dart's Hall.
0 1ST E PEICE SYSTEM.
Fir6i Marine, Life and Accident
M. T. WISER,
ixgent for the following Old and Reliable
Insurance Companies :
Royal of Liverpool, Assets, Gold, $12,105,855
Phoenix of Hartford,
; ill. 0 li" i . 1
Au-iiuaniiia i i'lnsiMirir.
nn of Philadelphia,
Lycoming of Pa.,
eimaD uf trie,
FraoMi.1 of t. f oais,
at rA f du.Nu.bJ.
Kukm of lay uttorlu.
tliiivillr Mutual of J ,
mm m m. of
lite tfitfest aetj Waltbiti CoMpaa) iu the World.
Reliable Insurance in all its branches. Promptly and at
Lowest Current Rates.
Office over Benser fc Thomas' Drug Store,
RO JK ISLAND, ILL.
East With an Immense
RETAIL DEALER IN
ft a -.-rli
1 f 1 HHIX
Established Oct. 18, 1851.
No. 363 K. Water Sire, ;
lmMrtt-r. MMMSni am! Deal, r in
' American Granite & Marble
:-iaiuary and ornamental Marble Work.
No. ;j A kM Spring St
BOLL & ZIEGLEE.
No. 3 Spring Street,
Send for Price
LOEFFELHOLZ & PRIER,
Railroad Car Trinaii
And Car and Swltrh Lnrka;
Alao. all kind! i( Bran
l a.tlnp" rurnlrhed at the Leri Haten.
j Cor. Oliaaoa 4 Orn , so... MlI.WAUKJiK. Wis
; I'articilar att. ntluu .aid to Patten lUklne and
CORN PLANTERS I
We offer to the Mil
Improved Corn Planters.
Beet In nn
on s oia rark riace, Hilwankee. Wii.
Finit Clacs Whe lbarrowf at Fli:urf.
6-dm T c. (Jt'RN EY
VJt. V. BLT . PA TEXT
Artificial Legs & Arms.
Particular attention riven to r, paiiinc or alterinx?
' all kindnof Aniti. ial 1
1 LimW. nM c!at worknian
Uhip at fair prirp. I'mrticuiar attention uiven to
. uoru :,. ii j.i:l.i.s. w . safe Ai k.. and di f.rmit i. -
ol all lauds- Ma eoming here will be well
iseud fur Circular. Addr,-w
IttiBT BATY, 1U5 Wbenaki nre t.
Konma 15 and M,
WECHSELBER6, BROWN & CO. ,
Hid 1S4 Seroiid Strn-I.
Ju-t north of
'prini; Mn-et mannfacturerp 1
Fine Liht CarriaL'ef.. Top and No ton BuuiMep.
West Water St.,
A larre tfw:k of oor own mivkt onf-tantlv on L&i.d.
IM oi S0 Spnu Mr. 1 1,
Our work if etrkkly ri clan. 4 9.dly
EPAHED TO IX) Pl.t M BIN (i IN ALL ITS
rites, also. a and Meant t
Call and have estimates made before orderinc et.uj
work done hv effete parties.
THOMAS ATES. ( Levee. I Rttck Island.
G. W. LAWEENCE, K 2
Physician and Surgeon.
(SuT"Mor tu R. B. eJvukf
in Hull' Blik, Hock Island. Ill
pTAi; ortien prouipliy attended tuda; or ulhl
LAWN MOWER OF THE WORLD
Ttiin beauttiul Mower la now ao wt!i known
tbroughout Uie Pattr4 States and urupe, that It
requires no recoDiint-Daanon iotit io.wu s-uiu iu
this C4uutry alone). Tbv only balaocrd Lawn
Mower with AN AUJUSTABIJi HANDLJS.
10-Inch cut, t'rooaet Mower, a beautifs! little
macblne forsn alf lawns, croq act grounds, woe
wry lots, easily operated by a lad or miss of 1
years, price J&; IS-lnch. 22, 14-lncD standard
size, -it.cb, pony. $l(H; SS Inch, bone, for
public parks and large lawns, $126 Every ma
chine warranted to give perfect satisfaction. We
challenge the world to a trial, and to produce a
awsi it cuusu. i ry u aua you will I
Lii buy ct.
ouier. oena ior iiiastrateC Circular.
M BILLS "lEHIIItBllI" UWI Mflftfi COWPalt
COLrS ARMORY, HARTFORD, CONN.
OT For eale
Rock Island, UIl
CAIRIM & BMl!
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