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VOL. XXXIII. NO. 291.
UNDERSELL Is the all Meaning Word in the Commercial World -Ready Citfih and Large GOLDEN (KHI TTTTT H O O T 11 O O T H o n r, U u I. II II N N NO ii ii 1 1 n n in ' 11 H 1 1 N N N I IIHUIUIN N NO II H II N N M U II H UN N N H 11 H II N NN l! 11 II N NN -TO HUV Cheaper than any Competing House. Our Mammoth Store is literally parked with the Latest Styles of New Fall Goods, consisting of Men's, Boy's and Oliihlrons Glotliinn, Hats, Cans and Furnishings, and if our Low Pkicbs will accTjmplisli our object, we shall succeed. While other Mer chants generally mark' New Goods up ami reduce them only near the end of the season, we have marked all of onr New Fall Goods at the lowest rock-bottom prices from which there will novel' be any deviation or reduction. (!KN I'LEMEN Wo will your attention to our Merchant Tailoring Department. SVe aTwnva eurry the Largest Assortment, and rre making Chilliing to order 15 per writ elie.iper thali oilier Tailor cluuuu. Ladies and Gentlemen are weleonie to look ovit our new Block, whether jou pureliase or noi, we shall receive you wil.li courtesy. The Golden Eagle Clothing Store l'ost Office A. LOE1J, MaDg'r. ,T. 33. ZIMMEE, MM MM KKV.F. It Kit K (HMf' II M M M M K U K H II li H A NN NT II A A. N N N M M M V R It It U tl M M V FKB UUKK I' M MM M K K H i 1 II II A A W It n 11III1H A A N N N H IIAAANNN f 1 If HA AN N N M M MKItRKK R UOOU H HA AN NN 11 a h received his Stork of -AJNTD WINTER. 1ISU1TINGS,IS A.3STI3 OVERCOATINGS, A larger and liner stock than ever. No. 1810 Second Avenue, Hock Island, III. NEW U OR HO li K K O O It K O O KRRK O O GO R R O O O OH R R HO OR R R O W K R R O C KF. KRRR O O B It R O O K R K O tl UK K R Y Y Y Y YY UK H OOO OOt'U URKB K Cliouin Hrandd of Minnesota and Winter Wheat Flour, IViirv wkH JnmiTy Butter, Outton Mob. Minn., Potfttous, Vegetables, fct, at O. J". XiOnTG-'S, Cor. Nineteenth Street and Second Avenue. DAY IS SV a tia SMS -jjgti Dee re's Block, i Moline, III. Quantities enables the- EAGLE HSHS TTTTT OOO ltllRK FKKK S H T O O H K H T O OB KH H TOOK UK HHHH T O (I ItltRII KR 8 T O OR UK H T O OK KF S H T O OK UK SK8 T OOO it KKKKK O 00 U AND SELL Mock, Kock Island, Illinois. A II I. AA 111. A A Ml. A A II L AAA II I, A AIM. AI1LL1J.I. OUO UKRIt : o it i ) OK H J OIIKKK 3 OR I 1 O It li OOO It Ii S8SW TTTir OOO RKRH KKHH K 8 T O OR UK H T O OR UK 8 T O OK R G 8888 TOO RKRR KK 8 T O O R R H 8 T O OR R H 8 8TOUK R H HAAS T OOO K H HBAJI & CO, PLUMBERS steam nuers; A complete stock of Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing, Hose, Fire Brick, Etc. Sole agent, for Water Motors for Sewing Ma chines, Etc., Deane Steam Pumps, Novelty Force Pumps, watery Heating Hollers, ana Uon- I rnnrnra For fiirnifllnno unrl T.qv. -n j ing Water, Gas and Sewer Pipe. 1712 First Ave., Rock Island, Illinois. Telephone 1148. Reridence Telephone 1007. ii f: is coming back. THE WASHINGTON POST'3 TRIBUTE TO "SOSS" SHEPHERD. OplufuK u ton Aluch-Abunefl Mn Thft h. Hioveru ur'i Prrd ie 1 1 oil VerlMvdWMliiuutiin Notttl. W ahhinoton City, Oct n. A rory r tnnrk ii iniiii .rinl apiwafrt-l iu Thu Wa-li- iuMiu I'.iht if tSa'ulay, which varifiat the pilttitiiii iu:iao b t3i tlovriior Hhcpher'i Pt'U y. ar ngo, mnt the tim wuuM luiii Wlwu Uih w -nt udhiiuim m Wie litncC of C liumhia wuul't praise tiini. 'J'tio loi lowing 1. me urtlulu: "ii. xajniur It Hlianbeiil. 1 ur inerlv izuv- rai' wt Uio Ji-triot of Cuinmljia, will woon rovut Washing Wu. Durinif the pMt turee or lour yuui-i Urn hatt Ikmu in Chihuahua, iU' Xicu. wtirw u Ua mot, with Uin fUicti wlm.'U UBually altfu-Ls braiu-i aim iit'Ky lvriy in Lnd uiniiir tiu kuiiL UH tauitiy ituiih it ii I now l.u us couiiug oti U join thut iu their vi-iu "It im litli,uit lo uy rtly w.iut Hort o( A rtiifpHou Uoverimr buutorj m tutUeti tout VV a hingt'in, if ha mat NlsiIih-), if rvwmti.ju (MM tumor wer nteuHl otiv n him in the jn-tt ratio of bUdcBerbi, ha wituld liH!tjiVB an ovutinii anoh as man stlloin bav otTi-Hil thoui. Watnugtuu owoy him au iu- autk lim imtomitahle uuruOM. this eitv 1h tn- itiibuxl fur it beauty, tis attrucll vhiini. itn pro punty. lit took uoM of rim ulkut atnl in wt uiiirnniiuint; chrysalis tliat uvor hii livj ulhiji iln ovulation, ami hln haii'liwortc i- xeirn iu the perfru-rmi capiUil to-ilny, To tin an i uis ue pui a ma a line privntH imal ne he ent-uiiutruil the auiruoutty ami oijiio-iti"tl of all the commercial Boiir- h-mi in the district, hn guv tiie lt yeum or his liie to tinsel lUh toil, be in 1111 I at nod a princely lionpitalil.y, mil Dually, jimt as tlio roalittOH lio bail labored for le fcnii to grow lit fore hi-i eyaw, be ttecniiM a pitiil er in halib, spirit-', and pocket, and Iia4l toejtf tuinelt fr m tho city he may I said to iNfcve c entod. lie d)HHpiearod into a rdiiidta iund to bmin the coiHtruotion of hii sliatteroi fortunes, leaving tie hind him tiie worl: he had vet on foot and the plentiful AtteiU of a tfTfttifinlo and apprfiation which are now Wfii fillip fur the ImrvewL He is c xniai hack. His arrival is expected about the liitj.ii. Tiiere may or may not he a public iniontritijn on the icca-.iu, tmt it is ife to say that every citiz 'ii of Wailune ton, a'ni especially he wlio know out f what matri'il h on -trucfetl the present capittl, has doiv him h-nior a hturlred time, in his thoughts, and will he proud anl l;Iai) to pay him tribute now in speech nd act." A Little DintriiHr Wahiunoton City. O-t. tK Thirn is Koiiiir to be some dillU-nlty about attin ilelailed dedans for the mijjino- to lu put in the new vrv nhip, recently rect.mmtuideil by the naval board. One of the principal irou- hlnpt'uiLtors in thin R.imitry said a few ilayu aifo that there was not ft in in iu thin Coun try who o-utd draw a ctinplole set of work ing drawing for a larira compouild enciue. In bin own shipyard the practtt in to work out tiie ilaiiH as the on 'iii04 ara imiit, but tue tHritary ia re u died to have conipLte plans before hida ar.t invito 1. Th;re it alno likely to be ioui trouble ii bunt getting bidder to guarantee tue re ults exK.'clfd in the way of horse power. The e ruriilbt are s.i far in excess of anything yet attained in America that Bhip Aittl e;i(iie ouuawr are eXiUjcted to he tiuud alH)ut iiii liuw; thsui--elve.4 to take a Met of drawmifpt mad-t for thetu, aut reuardiut; which they have no discretion, and g'vu a l.ot-Ho -power of 8,300 antl a Ninwd of 1H UOt". Made a Oaten of IeitmitHtert. Wanuinuton City, Oct ii, The prosi Jent appointed tho follMWin natn i ti iiiaitrs; Benjamin K. D'val ut iinloeiid--wiu, Kau4 't houna-i A. Mt'Cleary, Alii licine UidfCrt, Kan.; ri. T. Uarrico. Uarpnr, Km ; Tiiiiiiiat 1. Live, Wollioxton, Kuu. : Colin t-'itiupbll, Fiuience, Kan.; Juartin H. Sm iiiitt, Wrest Kan-ift City, Kan.; W. I), Swail, liolvMera, III-.; r'oter 4cCaiuley, Oraud Rapids, Wis. ; Tnoma-4 V. li.rtFiiian. Council Blurts, Lown; Jamos . lte:ittie, Marddiuld, Wis.-; Charles U. Hnuauor, llihliti.l, 111.; Will .m'U iN. Ilenslay, Columltiis Nob.; Lewi Lh ry, Cameron, Mo. ; It. K. KlNberry, In tou, O iioj J. D. Watarman, Koekfnrd, II.; Kdward T. Itt, N.ilih, Nob.; R h, VV'lieedon, York, Neb. ; C. C. Hathaway, I.Kd N rte, C-olo. ; Iyimtn Thompson, Hxith Pueblo, Ckdo. ; C. S. Chirk, TouihalKMie, A. T. : Oharle-J VV. HiiKXiut, jituar. Mo. ; Thomas H. framo, biuerty, Mo. A liietJon fur CoiigreA. WaHHINOTO! IITY, Ocft. "TllO llliivt iuiportiiiit financial qaeation that will be hef ire congreMri this winter, said Hon a tor Morgan of Alahania, Mia the provision of -oine suoatitiite for national bonds as a ecurity for the ciri-ulatloti of national hanlcii Bmil catU can oat be su spended luiteHnltely, and within the nuar future the & tar cents, mint be all re liuoniod. The only sntitute, I think, that ia practicable ia state bond with a wider margin of Bocurity than ii demanded in the case of bho govcriitusut bouda Is ue riroulatiou, say to the extwmt of 75 pur cc-ut, of tfia value of tli4 staU b.)iili diio.tiUi.l. " I belie vu tliat would alford Hecurity. The senator thought nothing wouli te doue with the silver tjueHtion. Startling Sight Iu a R.irdtoom. Washinoton City, Oct l Auu-t Hoose, of New York, a guest at Meyer'i hotel, rushed into the hotel bur-room Mon day morning with blood fltroaining from a nasi i iu hi throat, an I excitedly demanded to know the loonti'n of the l'.iUxiiac river, a he wUhed to drown hluwelf. Howaa served and taken to the Providence hospital, whore it is thought he will reoover. it seems that not louc; ao he met with an atvkieut that artWted hi bruin, and ever since ha been nppreueasiva of purMiit by the (tolice. It wad evi latttly to avoid being taken into custody that he ot tcmptoil Dtiicide. Bayard and tti Consular Service. Washinoton City, Oct. 0. Secretary B iyaid is very firm in reewtine; the iinpor tuuities of of lice-seeker, and it is said re fuse to make changes in 1be consular iarvloe except for causes tnare serious than VffenKlvo partisanship. " He believes that the consular service should be permanent, and that experience next to hone Ay, is the most a&sential quaJiftcution for suoh officials. He has notified all cousuhrmhoae records are rated tlnt-class that they will not be dis turbed as long as they rerform their duties with the same ability aud tilelity that they have shown iu the past. Will Take Their Cae to Co acres. Wahhinuto City, Oct. 0. The court of Alabama claims reassem bled Monday morn ing, and announced its intentiou of protr ecutiog its work to a completion within the time prefecribed by law if physical endur ance can accomplish it. AU the expert and assistant clerks objected to by Comp troller Durbara are actively pursuing tbeir duties and further additions will be made to the force. The members of the bar hv guaranteed toe payment of tbeir salaries auUl oongreas can act, E. W. Hurst represents the lead in American and Foreign Insurance Co'a Policies carefully written at current rates. Aifeorr established 1874. Office o. Rock Island National Bank, KOCK ISLAM), TIESWA1. OCTOUEi; G, 1SS5. TROUBLED HORSE-CAR LINES. Ht. lionli Com pan lea Ignore the Carmen- Turbulenest at Bell aire, Ohio. St. Lot is, Oct o. As yet there has been jo meetiug between the street car hue pree ideuu aud the K.nights ot iabor. lue lat ter sent two request to each of the presi dents ou Saturday for a joiut meeting at which they ' doaired to eiTeot a set tlement, but no answer was turned to them, Tae couimithM is iu continuous session at Laclede hoteL Present probabilities are that the presidents will entirely ignore thorn. Ibe eny i full uf htraugars, and every car line is now taxed to lb utmost capacity. Ureat pres uie U being brought to bear to avert the strike by the bussiess men ot the city, ail directed against the nivti; no attempt has as yet been made to influence the street car munagers to conciliatory action. Jltrfcet Car Una flrow Turltatenb BfeULAiitK, Ohl-t, Oct. 8 Another labor trouble begtiu h're on Friday when the cm ploye of the street car vuiupmir demanded Lhe reinslatfliteut of a dicharg.l driver tad an increaso of pay. noth deiuand- b- ng refu el tiie mn quit work in a body ai d 'lave since eUuiel auJ obstructed he few cars y t.ie c ittpany hot been able to run with wuat force tbey could obtain. Expl.sivs up poMed to be dynamite cartridge or railroad torpedoes time been thrown into the ears Lhe explo ion of one of thoe missies blowing (he wind 'ws from a oar and throwhig the passemers down. Thu far no one has bemi severely injtireri. but, as the disonlnr con tinues it is feared that it may grow into serious proportions lta Course Hecortln. Cincinnati, Ohio, Oct. (i. 1 tares at L tonia Monday resulted a follows: First race milt-; Editor first, Lady of the Lake tecond, Urey Cloud thirl; time. 1 :: Hecond ran, 1 inil; lrinb Ls first, Me- B wlinf ecoud, Mo -km-Blid third; time, 1:4$. Third raw, mil1; 0'F,illon first, Str JiiHeph sec J i id, i'orir Adie third; time, l:2H. . . Fourth race, 1 1 -Irt m:lrs; Mira lir-t. Lit-tiefell-iw second, Cuy lcjoi third; thiK. 1 Stl Filth racs, niil" ; lredand 11;- r, Coniv !iui second. Lllin ti.ir l; iiiik, -il'i-""iN'ttw Youu, tct. Hriiito:i is.ach recori Monday is as fobow-: First race. mile; Laura Garrison f!r;t, Grace C. second, J. H. U jnias-i; Time i :t7 Bjcond rac!, &i mils; Husiibrook tirst Winston ecoiidt Km mi Uillette third; time, l:3i).V. Third race, mile; Pilot first, Nwnge second, Joe Murray tlnr.i; time. Fourth race, 1 mile; Tom Martin first, M'easel aououd, Bttv K.baJ third; time, 1:40 i. Fifth race, ls noilcs; King OcorKe first, Strabismus second, Hitv. third; tiini, :''. Made a ltabl on the Tl(fr tlens. CSkw York, O -L (( At about 9 o'clock Saturday evening ttwvaral stpiais ut pedice men in citizen dro-ia, und- r the coinuian i oi Capt. Brogaii, if tbu Fifteenth pracinrt,, nude an extensive raid Umii toe Kemhliufr houses aud policy simps in lhe neighborhood of lilet'ckor and Thompson streets. The- dens are patrouixod almoat extrlusively tty the ool. red spirti nr f ratern i ty, with a sprinkling of white gamblers, and have been running full blat for soveral months past. The raid was so quiet aud unexpected that the police had all tue aveunes uf escap guarded and au entrance elide ted Into the gambling rooms before an alarm could be given aud the gauiblsrs aud inmates were arrtstod to a man, not one ssoapiug. The most important capture nia-ie wus thatot "Bob" Slay1 rooms in the mar of the clar store nt 1M Hhai'rer street, where t'ie po lice bagged over fifty players, together wtti taro and red and black layout, at mo t 1,1)00 ivory chips and considerable cadi. Hliaiuefiil OiiiraKe In Weet Vlifftniw. WHtKLisu, W. Va., Oct 0. A re.ri cornea from Clay Cour(-Hu-,e of the in human beating lat Thursday morning of :. young womau named parley Ihwiver b til'teeu masked nifii. About I oVuck t. i mob, all armel, arouse i .ir Hoover and told him they bod ttir bis daughter, lie ptoto tad, but i:i girl was taken from tiie bed andmiT.ei half a mile into the woo J, bound to a iiv, ami whipped tei-ribly with hickory wiine-. bhe pleaded with her tormentors in a inosi heartrending manner, b.it th.y wore ob tu rate, and when left a I on. she wa-i -uuelei4s. The mob is thought to have leen the friend and relatives of a married woman who Mspected Miss HooTer of lutiniacy with her hnslsuid, but this is not. continued. eath of FriMl Hawtaurek. Cincinnati Oct. Ii. Frederick Ilasiau rek, the journalist, author aud orator, died at Paris, France, H.iturday, after au illness of several months. He was boru in Vienna in lH'Z, and came to America, iu 1S4H, after the failure of the revolution fn his nativt country. He embarked in the journalistic profession in Cinoinnatl, and at the time of his death was the principal owner of The Volkeblatb Ur. Hussaurek waa an active He publican, and in tMiil was amointd min ister to Ecuador by President Lincoln. U;i his return from that country be wrote a novel called "The Heart of the Andes," which had a wide circulation. aifir o a Ceilp'e of "fhorta" Nkw Yohk, ih t. A. TheMiuith and Heath failures still fiirm the prominent thesae of gossip on Wall street. It was said Monday that promiueut parties had decided to heir the firm of Mouth A C i. out of their troubles. Impiiry was madQ at tlm oilii-e of W. . Counor & Co., with wKin Juy Oould U & special partner as to a pubiished ro purt that Mr. .uld wa- matctog arrangoiueut-. fr enable Heath & Co- tc rwiiiuie. Tiie tory wae einphattcalfy dfiiiet.! with th dnciaratmu thai it did not contain a word f truth. Another Judgment Agelaet the Went r.rrFAi-o, N. Y., Oct, ft A judgnmit of roi e-loMura and Mile in the ca-o of ths tTnited Stu( Trust ctmpany asaln-t tht Wet Kiore roa.1. wai tiled Mood a j m truing in the couuty clerk's of li-. Action was brought to fore- clo-e a certain mortgage or deed of trust tu-vle by the West Htioie Aug ft, 181, to toe United 8'ates Tnnt ounpany of New York for 50,000 to secure the pay meat o.' bonds for that amount. The judgment waa on the New York divfslou. Chicago Nubecrlnee Tea Thnnsand. Chicaoo, Oct C Baltsrr D Armorr was crowded Saturday evening by Mip porter of the Parnell parliamentary party. tUMolutioua en lowing the Irish leader were adopted. Eloquent speeches were made by Michael Kseiey. Judges Tuley, Moiatiand Pren lerga-t, Aixandr Sullivan, J gun F. Finer! y and M. K Hrady. A diMVttch was snt to Ptirneil tilling him that Chicago con tributed 1 10, i0O io the ftmd. reMtpoaed th Esplaelon. Nkw York. Oct Ttie xnlaiioa of Fhtod rook at Hell Osta, which was gt for VVedneeday, has been nvstuaned to the eud of the wek, no day being yet fixed. The preparations for the event have not yet been oompletedl Yir and Accident 1U9UI oulg iu iviinuiv vvuipauica Bb iuwtt i rales, apply to E. Lie berk nee bt, reales-l t&te, loan and insurance aent, and nota ry public . Collections made. Office 171 Second avenue. , eodtf THE NEWS IN BRIEF. Delgfum has irfthdrawn from the mone tary untc n. In England the ireigbt trains will average a fieed of twenty (We miles an hour. Hug cholera Is thinuiug out the herds of farmers in Moultrie county, Illinois. The straits of Mackinac and vicinity wore treated Suuday to a severe xnowsturm. Advices from Falxe Point, luiia, way that the receut cyclone destroyed 50) villager The rep. r t tba t Oermauy bad ao knowledgei.Spiiuright to occupy tue'island of Yap i- contra lifted. The avernea incikina of ths &()9 lonls of En; land in Jliil.iNK', aacb. Th-ir cross in 9nm is over 7-uoO,0o Heavy fro ts vi-;t?d portious of the west Saturday, but no damage is reported, oorn being out of tUt way. Slate Vet.'i'iuariaii ilolcombe, of Kansas, rep i U that bog cholera prevails in between thirty and forty counties la Kansas. The C arles He b took, a paiket plying Itutwecu Kock i.land and Clinton, Iowa, w:ts t urue 1 Saturday. The lus was 10,0iK). A destructive hail j tor in ooourrei in Din widdle ca tty, Virginia, involving a heavy loss in the lottoa. til aceo, and pt'ftnut LTOS- Marinattp, Wis, W;is visitod by a de structive Are Bund it y morning, the "ioss beng etimuti'd at totwcea tJVOiH) and rut, oo-t. Ode & Podge, exlon-ivfl farmers, nuar V;H.Lflo.. Cat., railed. Their liabilities aiii-ui ttcd to $!J-)0,nim and their assets to foS't.ojt). Ttieeuint, of a irai i on th) Canadian Pa ciltc railroad wa lar-wn from Ibe traak uear KuiQtooM, killing one American aud five Chtnxm u. Kx-&iiuitcr K:isou will write a diplo mat c hi tory of tiie war of tiie rebellion demji ig the relation'' of the .European power.-, to the tt ufedi-rury. Trie pohtoiUce at Citrden City, Ran., was bur iai'izei S.tiifJy ni(;ht, thex&.e blown oprii, and ihiny-six money packages for Uit government land ottiee takii. V-iF-tl Pasha, the Turktih c-mi man tier hi Ah) :n , ul;;raphs toe Constantinople amnriM J that it" utti cotnplet-ely defeated toe in-iirAii'i- ao i ca-ifcuod mii t promptly uaoeji t .e ill' si pi --:i,!ii-'it ot the-r liadi-rs. It now t.'ftifSfitr'-s i .rit 0 u it Z icharofT, who figure i vsry u-isoif uou-.iy tts au a rnt lor the JUann in.u ior-cai, and vn. married to Mi s Fraiice- li.ilia, of New York, in Auust. has aiiotiir, his iirst,'wife, living iu Hrisud, fc-Uii;tn l. It is reported toot th president has x lected a successor to Mi'. Katun, of the civil service oomniiS'ioti, but tuat bis name will not be announced until the latter retires, Nov. 1. It is also retried that te selection has the approval oi O.'orge William Curtis and other pr iui)ieiit reformers. The social purity joovemjiit founded on the revelation made by The Pail Mall bla se t to is.-teadily inoraniug in streugth, and is now headed by the Methodist churah. Meetings are tsting held to orani4 a gen eral sy-ieia of Loy cot ting tradesmen and coiu.nerciaJ hou-es notiiKg4d by men of reputed iuiinort ihty. tieorg.i Bassendoi f, n ih-inter on The Freie Pi's, of JtTmy City, accompanied by a w no.m who. a-, learned from letters found afierwurd, had left her husband on account of iD-lrentment, watit to Central pjirk iu New York. Th-re they made an agi eetnent to kill tbemeIVM, rtaAsandorf khouting the woman and tlun himself. Another Atisault ou H'niuai, Wji.UN(iiiN, JJel., Oct, ft. A special fioni Clayton, Tel., reports that on Hatur dnv afteru on a hnro iiamel Charles Uobin-on, from MMImgton, Md., stopped at Ida liou.-e uf Mr. (Jurdner, a farmer. living ou the roati to (iroeii Spi-ing and ordereil Mi's. Gardner, who ha' al no, to cook some maat for him. tsh. did -i, after whioh he feloaiouidy as sault I her and departed. Armed citiseus are hi pursuit and threaten to lynch lio bin -sou it tuuy catch him. Coontv Building T HANSFKH9. r. Tlonnno 1 lohlnb hv inliti iniitrntnr to Andrew Winell, ti lot 1, block 1, I Inli tub It Tlinmav' arid il.inn. Mulinn. and Anihew Winell to Klmer F. Morgan, Name, $1,300, and Elmer K Morgan to Abigail rvineu, nnmo, si,ouo. l,.hn II TWra In fharb-H 11 I) 'f nl lot 1, block 10, old town, Moliuc, $1. William Taylor to Carl Uochow, lot 26 in Webb's subdivision oullot 1, iu sei, 3, I J, sw. ritoiiATK. rk It'ut ti ti if .TiBriiti Ken vtif tbiiinafifl Apprairtemcnt bill and widow's award filed and approved; widow's relinquish ment and select ions Died and approved, and oriicr turning ovcrsulertiun to widow. Hard Coal Market. Pea coal, $7.00; grate and egtf, $7.75; range, nut and No. 4, fM.OO per ton; screened and delivered - ali bust quality of anthracite. Kxirit cartage charged on orders of less limn one too. Blacksmith's caol, Connellsville ;oke and charcoal. 1903 Hecond uvepue. K. G. FkazbR. This is tbe best season in which to pur ify the blood, and Hood's SarsaparitU is the best blood purifier. 100 Doses One Dollar. MOST PERFECT MADE Prepared by a physician with special regard to health. No Ammonia, Lime or Alum. HALF-CENT A WOKD. The A bo us hennfie? wl 1 pnhH h In Ode rnl mn a)I a verliemciiu of Lo"t. Knnnd. Fur Rent Foritale, Bord or Kikuu, Wnted. and aimilar aetices, at the lew ruLe of ome-kalf a cent a word, ach flint re a word, but no auvertidcmeiit Itsse Uimu ten cents. FOR RENT Hoose with four room a cbeaD rent; sleo furnishud room. 313 fifteenth st. 1-tf If. I VI U A I . HJ4vlt n,u.H tnr mmla , .! nr.- it. Mt thiaolncM. cneiu. FOR HA I.B SIxtF lots in inv sddittons vttie city of Rock Island on fonr yearly payrauts, wilh Interest at six per cent peranumu. a 11 tsVFuRT WANTRD Sttaatlon In store or office or to drive delivery wagon: by res deal of Kock Island of good education, aud will make himself useful. ttererences. auuress'V imsomce. i i THE MARKETS. Omioam, Ook-tV The market quotatiea on the1 beard of treble, bo-day, woro a follows: Whsat Na. a October, opeued 64 'o, oieeed K3 No vum bar, opened and closed Soe, Ie oeosber, opened sad cioed5Bio. Corn No. 3 October, opened aud oluesd 4li; Noveuilwr, opetisd aud closed SWMo; year, opeued HI n. closed .17 a Oats Au. Oc Uber, opeued and olotsed Novem ber, opened iH'- chsstd & May, opanest and elu-ed 'JM . 1 'ork Ue to bar, opesaaj 4$.", closeti $.ri9J; November, opened A.,y. oloed tu. Livestock Hogs The market opened dull and weak, wtta prices Jlho lower. Light grades, $o V4. rouu packing, 40 a d, tW; bea vy pack ing, $y.o5(J-4.05; 1 attijc Market firm on dasir able gr'ii and unchanged on common; infer. or to fancy natives, $3.5D 5.1W, principally $1.:15(.1). tf5; western cattle, slow, oiuy, A.iao4.tj5; Texas cattle, weak, tJ.ftu$ii;W; si 't-sera aud feedem, $.00( a. 40. Hneep Market steady aud unchanged. Produue; Huttar First-claMe oreansery, 184-)0c; extra tirst. 17(1 (to; aeeend extrae, l.'(tfltt-; dairy, l914c; packing, 6sSo par lb. Kin's Choice recandied, 17o; oald stor age, lc Potatoes Wisconsin early roes. :iJyn;l5c; ciioKe Micbigaa early res and Hurbaniv, US : 8weet potatoesIllinois $l(l.'jr per bbl. Poultry Hpriug chick qiih, Wdj'.Vo; old hens, We; spring ducks, 9a; rooster . .-; turkeys, 18c, prairie chiekaaa, a:i.7o(d)4.00 per doe. Apples Fair to choice, SOYtJl.H; fancy, 1.S5. New York. New York, Oot X Wheat No. V red winter, October, 91 c; do November, ttfifyi; do December, tUfta. Cora No. a mixad, 49c bid October; 4i)o N o ve m be r ; 4 1 c, 1 cem ber. Oa ts Na a mixnd, Octoiier, 30Jn ; do November. Huc Rye Dull. Barley Nominal. 1'oia Duli; mess, f'J.50. Lard, tti.4, No vember; fro.-? Decemlter. Ht.louia. t. Lours. Oct ftV Wheat Unsettled but generally higher; No. 2 red cash, H4tfyi.!u bid; October, V4o; Novemlwr. U0j; Boembr, U U.i 55-'. Corn 8!uw but stsady; cash, 4 'X (.flci'Jo; Oetohcr, 385u; Nove'iiber, tu l; year, o37,H'f; Oju-Firmer; cah. 'Jsa year. V4: Ky Dull; fiT.lJ57fc-. Wuiskv Higusr; ti.ori. Proviiou fur a., duii; '.t.CHl. Lard, dull; bid. Toledo. 1 oi.bdo, Ohio. Out 5 Wheat fjujet and steaiv; Ni. 2 rod, woe; No. 2 ftf l cisU, !M "4tl4t'o; Ocuiber, j4 iv'i NovemU-r, Vo,,; ieciner, i!-.'; .l.iuuury, yft-; ii'iy, al.u4. Com iStrou.;; not luiicli d ; cash or Outwuer, 44;,i"; Novemner, 414 -; year, 37c; May, -iSc Oats Inactive; casu or October, i7hic November, 89c; May, SI Ha. Clover Strong; ca b or Octouer, $6.tE0 bid; No vember, $. 5o bid; December, (5.60 bid; January, fo.oobid. Mil waakee. Milwaukee, Out. 5. Wheat Firm; cash, 4-; Nofember, i, Dsoember, SH. Crn Steady; No. J. 4ijsj Oat Steadv; No. 2. W. Rye iMdi; No. 1, -Vtc Barley bteady; No. a, Vic. Detroit. Dktboit, Mich., Oct. 6 Wheat--guUt No. 1 white, OOjo bH cash and OoLohur; (tJo nominal Novetntter; Kit! noniina! IcoiiKr; No. t rsd, u -ah; Q4c bid Ct 'he, ; fM' a-ked Novum ber; Soe idMaeiiitier: No. 8 rti, RHe askwl. tri; -He. tts No. 4 while, Ullc; Ne. 8, 7C. ClfH'AUO. Article. Opening. Cloeing WhT- Aniiiu-I .... Sept . Nov. 8tii HBt fiH;N Auurut Hept. .... 42 iHl. 4 4IH Nov. 3 V 89ifc Oats Anna! .... S.-pl 2fH SH Oil. S5-H Vh'H Nov. HoitV AUL'in-t .... .... Sept. .... Oct. 8 15 8 IA Nov. S 15 H 15 LAftn -Aiiguct .... .... Hept on. 5 95 6 97 Nov. 6 if2 8 US U Attend .... .... Hept .... .... Ort . f 80 6 8R Nov 5 ao lions O',' rum; light, 3 &0i4 15; mixed, 3 lb3 & h ii v x 4 7hu4 05 HOCK ISLAND. Xiii air i .iyTiin.tihy ?8.60 Hay Wild f'.W, Rye- 1(1.. corn- -old 40c. New, Site, Potmoee 9Sc. Ohionn doc. (Jos aft 11 : haul H 50, ioid Huod f (. rw sr Hi HABrER'STHEATRE. ONE NlfinT (INl.T. Wednesday Eve., Oct. 7th. The Success of Three Seasons! LAWRENCE MAKSTON'S Oresl Kniimiitic Drsnm, A WIFE'S HONOR ! A" pl.iyc I iu ul) the cities of America. Lawrf.nce Marston -AN1I- Lillian Dunston, Supported by a powerful company, at 'POPPI.AH PHirRS: 3f., Isl and 75c. Rcscrvco souIh on Hale at Hurler House drug store. f . 6. NictaB, 1805 Sucoud Avenue, Has just received bis Fall Woolens, consisting of SUITINGS and OVERCOATINGS, The best to he foiiud tn the Market, comprising all the Novelties of the Season And prices lhe lowest for flrat class work. C. P. SWANSOJN, Contractor and Builder, No. 21 2 1 4th Ave., Residence, No. Saoe Scentb Avenue, . ROCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS, SL R. CRAMPTON & COMPANY. We do PLUMBING of all kinds, including Sewer Work, Call and see us. WILLARD Rock Island MRS. G. SWAN'S 3XCUSICAL SCHOOL. No. 160b Second Ave, up stairs, Rock Island. Tkrmh: Twenty LeesoiiB, in advanre Instrumental $12. Vocal 12. Harmony $14. Graduates Students of Music. l-fMrs. Swan is also dealer in tbe famous HauiT Piano. ejl-l-dly LAND AND LOAN OFFICE Medill & Whitehead, POST OFFICE BLOCK, .... . UdflS I9I.ANII ll.l. Land for salu on Six to Twenty Years time. EW$260.0OO.00 TO LOAN tn amount, rosnit on Furm lrnu'rty, 6 to 7 pi'r crnt. n.ai dilwly JCOJJ BILEY, Dealer and Importer in Marble and Granite Monuments. CyHpecial Designu furntalieil on application. Orretpondence eolieitrd. Works and Ofllce on East 17tb St., opposite P. O.. Rock Island, 111. J. T. DIXON, MERCHANT TAILOR, And Dealet in Mens' Fine Woolens, . I 706 Second avenue. IF. S. SOUTHARD, Maaufaclurer and Dealer in UPHOLSTERED FURNITURE, MATRASSKS AND P1CTURB FRAMES. Alm Dealer In Mirrom, Cornish Poles, (.'uitaiu FixlurrH, Mouldings, Etc., 3f"l'rictfl lower than the lowesi. HARD Best Quality Egg and Grate, Range, Nnt, and No. 4, - All the Best Quality, Bxtra Cartage oa all ordcra Ilian o ten. epMR-dtf D3. BIRKBITFIELD, Dealer In all kind, ot SCHOOL BOOKS, Stationery, Confectionery, Cboice Cigars, Toyg, Etc., On Fourth Avenue between Twentieth and This space is reserved for -JOHN T. NOFTSKER'S Acorn Advertisement. aag tt-dtrf PRICE FIVE CENTS. BAKER & CO.'S Opposite Hiirper House. Illinois. TJTZ:VZT:-.. Treinun's Ulock, opp. ConimereiHl Hotel. COAL. - - $7,75 per Ion. 8,00 " Screened and delivered. Order Inkcn for Hnrd add Bntt Wood. C. C. TUCESDALE, Al t'. H. Hxprfw Co.'a oftice. Twenty-flint 8ta., HOCK ISLAND. L