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of New Fall Goods, consisting of Men's, Boy's and Childrens
Clothing, Hats, 0ai3 and Furnishings, and if our Low Prices
will accomplish, our object, we shall succeed. While other Mer
chants generally mark New Goods up and reduce them only near
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never bo any deviation or reduction.
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Steam Fitters.
A cirt."te tork of
Pipe, Bras' Goods, Packing,
Hose, Fire Brick, Etc.
Sole agent for
"Water Motors for Sewing Ma
chines, Etc.,
Dcanc Steam Pumps,
Novelty Force Pumps,
Satety Heating Boilers, and Con-
tors for furnishing and Lay-
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1712 First Ave.,
.Rock Island, Illinois.
Telephone 1148. Residence Telephone 10u7.
LET'S TAKE A WALK
SAYS THE KNIGHTS F LABOR TO
ST. LOUIS.
All the tet Our Linns Except Onm Mop
ltunnlitK The Compunlvi Continue
to "Iftnure" Tiling Soriullstn
Forniult a Few Demands.
St. Louis. Oct 7. A joint meeting
twuen the uxjeutivt. committee of
be
the
Knight ft Labor and a committee of the
merchants' exchange mot at the LaCle le
hotel at 1U o'clock Tuesday rooming. The
ntrtiet ear pra i.ieutu deciine'i, with one ex
ception, to iKitice th meeting in atiy way.
nllhougb refieutedly invited to pftrticiuate.
au.i rue ooiiwqueiiue w an onier vo Ktrike,
which wan pud into ervact at B o'clock
Evsry railroad in the citv was inclaied i
tht. uctioii, except thei Hau'h HU L mu Htreet
railwuy, whii-h company ared to the
UumndH of the men.
Couriers were dtspAtohod from the hoad
qunrUrs of the Knightw of Labor, ltearing
a i rtiita-l eard. which wore hysnmiatically
dmiributed on all b treat car Hue
ductor and driver each receiving one of the
cardH, winch readtt;
NoTiOB. Turn In your car immediately
uiMtu reachin? the stable and come direct to
the hull. By order of executive Kjord,
Knight:) of Labor.
L'ahpar A. Hkrp, Boeretnry.
This is fair week, and the strike will
prove peculiarly emharrnsng on that
account Tite nierchanta of the city are
sure to lode heavily, and for that reason
fchey htrova desperately to bring about
compromise. but the fctreot car mana
gers were immovable. Thoy have
held Feverul secret meotini; and while
complninitig because their employes
are banded tuRetber they Imve themselves
acted as one man. Fully 1,000 men, nearly
all of whom have bien enlisted into the
Knichts of Labor dui'lu&r tlie padt two
weeks, are affected by the strike.
Tue strike is for twelve hours work and
uniform wages of $1.75 per day to drivers
and i-J to conductors.
DEMANDS OF THE SOCIALISTS.
Their frliiclpluit as Furtuulated by I he
CifiulmiMtl CuiiKi'em.
Cincinnati, Oct 7. l'ne cougrens of the
Socialistic labor party was called to order
at V u clock lueday niorinii. lha follow-
nig deinau ts were adopted in the shape o
resolution;
The ownership of all railroads canals and
teleruuii.i by tue United states government.
ine couu'oi oi &creeD mut oaas, lelapuon
and puhlic illumination by the municipal
tuveroineiit. iuw reKUlatiou uy coiitivs
ot the forests and water aysb3m according
Do scienuuc iirinciuia
Tuutali tixistiui: mventionj become nub-
lit; pi-iifcwi ty and all tuturj invention, of
puLlic inlei-e in be common property and
Ihe in veit Lor reteive recompense irotu tho
iiatioiial govsruuteut,
'lhttt taxation of lamily necesRities,
well as iudirent taxation, shall not be per-
uiiiEea. uiacm ln-arucmm 10 cue poor, and
the ftcttoui feovernmeut to vest in tbe United
oraces.
ihe annnllinc of all tramp, iinutwr au
temperance lnw.. Statistical in ve?tignti'i
toe coutiittou oi tue wi.rKnie:
ciass; protUDiLLon or iator oy cnimr
and such work hy women as will pro
detrimental to thuir morals or health; and
Iso the aholiti'4t of toe contract labr.
Jim payment of labor irrespective of ex.
i lie suoiiort of woi'Kint:tneii to c
operative assnciationn bv a credit
granted by tiie XJuitul Ktaie,
tlie separate states and by the commune in
public contract-, ihe ritiht or mcorpora-
uou or trade-, uniutw. Kthluction ot the
number ot workirn; hi. urn m prLprtion Li
tra-iro(rns ot proiiuutioii, and thn t con
grew ahall pa-i an ant, lixmg eilit hours as
itmit or a day s wtk.
Striking tilaMi-lilowor)t.
Vhiuahklphia, (Jul 7. About 700 class-
blowers are now on a strike in this city, i
lemau 1 fora new mi -ale of wairtw, averaging
abi u $1.5(1 per week higher than had been
paid, having been reimed. ' lb w Ntated that
there was also dinatisfaution among the
han Is lieeuusa of tiie refusal of thv Arm ti
dihnree some nou-tuiion bands. The fin us
naeettMl by the strike are Uillender A. Hm,
R i'i bccKer ft Hoinait, and Oill & Murray.
Hlse ami of Mike Keullng.
Oil City, pa., Oct, 7. Mike Koaiinc, i
mem Iter of the oil exchange, has fulled
His liubUitie.4 are not known. Kive years
&go KcaHtitf wna empioya as oiesaenei
boy by toe Western Union lelflktraph com
pany, aud tinvinK access to Udeicrama stieu
leaFiioil the oipuer of ttte Htaudard Oil com
pany. tSaelnie a telegram from them to a
broker hr- reading, "Hay all oil offered
without limit," young Keating took it to
broker named YV. H. L'uftir, who con
sented to purchase 20 000 barrels of oil and
give Ieatlng half the profits.
In tbe course of a month he unloads I tha
oil at a pro tit of $S0,0m Hid he held on a
month loner Le would have doublet! tlie
ami mitt. Ha soon Joined the exebauje,
where he has recently lost heavily.
A Theatrical Tarty In the Wild of Ohio.
Clevrland, Ohio, Oct. 7. The C. W.
Co u. dock lti'Hmntic company had an ex
citing tune at Sandusky Monday night,
Wt-'tfrtl, the manager of ths owra bouse,
wHiite.l to paj Mi xfabir ih tree, but Hixby,
mi-nayer of the comny, refuso'l Htr.jff.4
ti-cti ot cmd and aent in a bill
for $5 lor the use of tue house for
nWnr -itr-r, and another for $1 for
p-r 0ftin by Blxby in Btoffei's
itor. I -v.-t'ii tha fi.tu an! MXth acta
tiix. y ii . , nt)j ujtou tbe statje and pri
ceeiic! i five bis mind with regard to
Kit. IT J. After he retired Htoff.il want ed to
mtervisw linn with a gun. Bixby managed
to kep out or bis way, however, and
ssoaiMd with hi company nf&r the play
was ver. 1'ubl c opinion generally favors
ibxhy.
An IntrnttUE Otttlierlnf.
IkoianaPoi.18, Ind., O-rt. 7. The aar
viving member of the constitutional con
vention of ItiSa hel l a reunion he eUunJaf.
Amcnit the prominent survivors preseut
was Gen. Carr, who was president of the
convention. Gen. Carr presided, and
Mr. uk" b. i3 secretary, called the
roll and received responses from compara
tively few, although of those now living
fully one-half were in attendance. Ah the
names were called various deatbs in tht
ranks were reporte-i On taking the ohaii
Gen. Carr made a brief speech, and tbe re
mainder of the day's session was devoted tt
perfecting the organization. Vice Presi
dent Hendrioks and Hon. W. U. Bngtiab
addressed tha convention.
A Uylac Arrhltishop.
Wiw Yobs, Oct 7. It fa announced bv
Archbishop Corrigan that Card inal Mc
Cluekey i. very lit Tbe prayers of all the
congregations ot the diocese are solicited in
behalf of his eraiueuce. The cardinal's
health has for several months past been
failing. Six days ago he was compelled to
take to his bed. He has no specific ailment,
but his strength has been neve rely taxed by
tue neat or tns summer. He n 74 years of
E. W. Hurst represents the lean" in
American and Foreign Insurance Cofs
Policies carefully written at current rates.
Acency established 1874. Office ore
Bock Island National Bank.
I
HOCK ISLAND, WEDNESDAY. OCTOKEIi 7, 1SS5.
THE ROCK 3PRING3 RIOT.
No Froapeot That the Kloters Will Be
runitfbetl Clttnee Want to Leave.
OUEYX"iK, Wy. T., Oct. 7. The opinion
generuily prevails at Green rivnr that tha
miuerd will not be in dieted for the recent
Chinese murders, fiat five Chinamen were
kdled by the miners . None of tlm rioters
3hu b9 identified. The Kev. Timothy Thi
low, of Hock Springy and liU daughter
make sworn Rtatomentit that the Chinese
et tiie to their own homes in order to pro
tect their avinga, which tbey usually bury
under tuor buttt. When the Chin union re
turned to Kock Springs tbey begin digging
for their money, and in one instance dus up
$(1,000, The poorer Chinamen ore tele
graphing to Chit-ago aui Kan Kranci no for
money with wnicU to leave the territory.
Stili Mrtkin the Uoy Happy.
AVasuinhtom Cirr, Oct. 7 The presi
dent TuuMlay appointed the foilawmg
uainl pottmater.: W. C. Butts, at Vu,lloy
Kails, Kiu.; Cnarles Doerr Fort Mlia u,
Iow; A. P. bharp, UcCook, NpU; George
VV. Liw, NicUer-ion, Km.; J. P. Alctirn,
Kin ley, Kan.; J, li. Fug. to, Nnwton, Kan.;
lioberr. KimpHou, Wheel in , W. 'a,
Tlie preniiient also made the following appointment.-':
To m receiver of public
moireya--Samutil I. Gilliorfc, at Wubita,
Kad. ; Oliver K lannon, at North Platte,
Nab; Kinmel (i. Glover, at Valentine,
Neb To be renters of land orli -ets Will
iam Neville, at North Plat e, Nub,; H. F.
Burtch, at Valentine, Nb.
Tbe presiileot, bite Tuesday afternoon,
dpiKiinted Freeman Barnum, a prominent
8;.. Ijoui9 bu-.iiiBH- man and manufaciurer,
as collector of internal revenue for the bL.
Lotihi district.
O. A. K. Keiinlon at I'illihnrg.
PiTTKMtrrta, Pa., Oct 7. Tho regular nn
nual reunion o; tbe Grand Army ot tiie lie
public of tbia diMtrict began Tuesday morn
ing. Fully ti.OUO comrades were in tbe nut
of procoHuioii, and presented anexoelieut up
pearauce. The route of proce.siou, about
live iiuloa in lontn, was protuneiy una
beautifully decorated with tings,, banuers
and bunting. Tbe tity is tb rouged with
vi-itori from Hurroundiug towns. The
Wfatber is cold but ple,iant. At night the
old soldiers give tnemselvea up to joilirlca
tiuu. Tnrce iiiimaiise camp fires wnro bold
in various sections of the city.
Ot . Own Mary Aiwlurnon Home Ain.
..rfw Yukk, Ot. 7. Wary Ander
son arrived 'lues-lay morning on tiie stouin
ehip Uullia. With her was Mr. Henry K.
ALbey, her mauafter, and her stop- lather
Dr. Hamilton GurHn. The Gallia wa.- met
at quarantine by tbe steamship Cygnu
on which were fifty friends ol
the actress. Mi s And.tr -on received lior
friends in the cabin and was e-cor ted to the
Uyguus. Tbe s team i mat with tiie party ar
rived at pier No. 1, North Kiver, at 7 a. m.,
wliisncu MlSi Anderson was driven to bar
hotel.
HoUL'lcult'H llonnle llrlde.
San Fhanmsi.!0, G,'t. 7. Miss Louisa
Thorndyk'?, whom l)uu Bnui'icatllL ba
marr ed in Australia, i- 21 year old; Il.u-
cicault is t8. Kbe wan playing juvenile
lady parts in traveling oouipauitis in tue
southwest before she came lu;ra and put
imr elf under Bouciciult's tuition for tb.
part of the heroine in bis play "All for
Love." lie fell in love with his pupil, and
mIio aocoiupaiiied his piirty to Australia.
Ttie lady is a daughter of Gen. liicbard
'i'liorudyka ot tbe ItrniBli army.
nioroMinl Suet llimtli Jfe Cu.
Nkw Yuuk, Oct. 7. G. P. Morosiui bas
imgun an act lou in tiiu supreme court :
ugain t William Heath & Co. and assignee j
Adamson U. McLauless, and has obtained
uu injunction restraining the defendants
from making uiroclly or indirectly uuy
transfer payment or ueiivery or other Uis
position of tno y.wu snares ot stock of tin
Martuanttau nail way company ana twenty
five second mortgage bouds of the Motropoi-
iian Ktevated Kailroad fompany,
A Kemarkable Fast,
Hybacusk, N. Y., Oct, 7. Mrs. Bulla,
who is undergoing a remarkable fa.it here.
completed her lifty-sixth day without food
Monday. In tbe morning she swallowei
half a teas poonf ul of liquor. Prayers were
taid over her Monday. A remarkable feat
ure of tbe case is that Mrs. Bulla has gained
several niche in length since her fast be
gan. Hhe is growing weaker and recognize
no one but her daughter.
Not a Well-IIuhaveU Corpse,
I'liiLAOEH'Hi a, Oct. 7. Johu King, a res
ideut of Mertmautville, N. J., fell in a fit on
Broad street, Camden, Monday even in,
and was picked up as a corpse. He was
n way to the morgue in the dead-wagon
when he recovered cmsjiousnew. Artr
expressing bis opinion oi tlie driver in an
emphatic manner he walked to the depot
and took a train for home.
Illinois Mnnon,
Chicago, Oct 7. The grand lodge of
Illinois Masons mot nan 'lueaday, and the
order was largely represented, naarly 700
members being present Grand Master J.
K. Thomas prended and delivered his an
nual address, which was listened to witb
great interest and gave an account of tbe
couditiou of tbe order iu tut state which, be
congratulated tbe lodge, was excellent
A IHt agreeing Jury.
Ploominoton, Ind., Oct B. Thu jury in
the case of Charles Gnnmbers, charged with
shooting the baggage and express messenger
and robbing tiie expre-ts company, were Ui---Qbarged
Monday. Kix were for acquittal
and six fur fourteen years imprisonment
Chamliers gave t'JO.OO,) bail for appearance
next December.
B The Hpre4l of the 1'la.gne.
t. Cathkbikrs. Ont, Oct T. Tjere are
six cases of small-pox in this city. The dis
ease was brought here by members of tbe
Salvation army from Montreal, and it ha
entered some of tbe best families hero.
Measures for the prevention of the npread
ing of the disease are being taken.
Cleveland KniJnrteft Hill.
Albany, N. Y., Oct 7 The Albany
Times publishes a dispatch from Buffalo, in
which it is stated that President Cleveland
indor es the Democratic state ticket A
letter to that effect was written after the
Saratoga convention adjourned, but copies
are withheld from the press.
A Postmaster NuapeurietL
Buffalo, K Y., Oct 7. A Washington
isnatcbaay-: Post master Bedford, of this
city, was suspended TujKday; cause at pres
ent unknown. His succe-sor has not yet
been determiuod upon. There are said to
be twelve or fifteen applicants.
Bursting of a Water-Tanh
Troy, N. Y, Oct. 7. Tbe newly con
tracted water -tauk at Granville l.ursl
Monday, completely destrovinx Tue Senti
nel office and Monroe 8c Gray's furniture
store, and damaging the nslional hmk. T he
damage is estimated at I'JU.ouo.
Cetd Com fore.
Chicaqo, Oct 7. frosts are reported
from many parts of the west and northwest
Sunday night, but little or m damage to
ivops resulted.
J ire and accident
Insurance in reliable companies at lowest
rates, apply to K. Lieberknecht, real es
tate, loan and insurance agent, and nota
ry public . Collections made. Office 171 1
Second avenue. eodtf
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Fifth lilluuii Coucr-esftloual Dl'.u.
Eluiv, 111 Oct 7. The Republican
who bolted the nomination of tha recent
congressional convention of the Fifth dis
trict, met here Tuesday, only nineteen or
t we nt j makuigf an appeareuce. They ad
journed without action.
8nmntlilii New la Civil I Clghts.
Mat-toon, Ills, Oct 7. Ex-Alderman
Austin 1'erry, colored, refuted to shave
Frank Hopkins, colora 1, and the latter has
commenced nuib for t&OOO under tbe civil
right taw. Able lawyers are employed on
botii sides, und the case will be fought
stubbornly.
Must lie Honorably Uiaebmraed.
Wamiinuton City, Oct. 7. Pension
Commiasioner BiiL-k, ai'ler analysing all
tiie law banring on the subject, has come
to tue conclu-ioii and rendered a decision
mat only honorably dischargMl soldiers
oan be placed on tbe pension roll...
Garland Will Hell Iiin Ntuck.
New York, O -.l 7. A special dispatch
from Wasbioglon, printed in Tiie Worl 1,
states that Mi . Oar lan J will sitenca his crit
ics and tiie hlowurs and str kert of tne Bel)
telBphone company by oilin4 Lis stiwk in
tt.e P iu-Elec! rie c.m.pHiiy.
Ktiii Amt'inr VU-tiui.
PfTTStiur.fi. Oct. 7. W'lUam Ortu. tbs
fifth vi'-lnn ot i.: CI'k-"U noil 1 oilur r-X
ptosiou of F'-i lay iu t, died M u iay ni::bt
1 ye i.r ot ae an 1 r-'cently ni'ir-
n-d.
Afi; le'it la
Hi i I.
-Ll-G.
Hard Coal Markei-
Peacoal, $7.00; grate and cg', $7.75;
range, nut and No. -1. $8.00 per ton;
screened and delivcrec' all best quality
of anthrturito. Extra, c.trlage charged on
orders of less than one ton. Blacksmith's
caol, Conncllsville coke and charcoal.
1908 Second avenue. E. G. Fhazeh.
Live Stock Bale.
II. B. Hndlow will sell at his farm south
of Itock Kiver, three and onu-half miles
east of Milan, on Thursday tho 8th inst...
one hundred head of catlle, one to two
years old. This will be a good opportu
nity for stock men, milk men and others.
Terras one year without interest on ap
proved security.
"For economy aud comfort, every
spring, we use Hood 'a Sarsaparill," writes
an intelligent Buffalo, N. Y., lady. 100
Doses One Dollar.
In his last year the tate Karl of Dystirt
kept his face hidden from mankind.
Little. English girls are wearing the
"chopping board and pudding hanio"
Imt winch one sees in Ibe pictures of
Pcndennls und Verdant Green.
If it were possible
to get the testimony of the multitude who
have used I loon's Haksai-arilla for de
bility, languor, lassitude, aud that general
feeling of stupidity, weariness and exhaus
tion w hi eb every one feels during this season,
we shoub " able to present to our readers
such an ' .helming mass of commend
atory messages, that the few who have nut
tried it would do so at once. His a positive
fact, and has been so effectually demon
strated that no one to-day denies It, that
Hood's Harsaparilla contains mere real med
cinal value than any article before the people
Wit tit
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Dbacitt, Mass.
MESsns. CI. HoodS Co.,
iiwimi, wass,:
Dear Sirs I have auf
, fered from kidney com
J)ld plaint and biliousness for
fifteen vcai n. Have tried
Man
with
Kidney
everything and never got
any good. Last January,
before I commenced tak
ing Hood's Harsai'Ahio
i.A.evervthiuit latebloat-
i r. -edmcafl up, pain in my
Vonipfai tit chest and arms, hoadacbo
anil dizzy. I could not
cet on without feellnK weary and all faggedi
out. Many mornings 1 was obliged to lio
down fm the lounge. To do any work seem
ed almost impossible. Have taken two bofr.
ties. Tlie backache, dizziness, pain In my
chest and arms, and that feeling of Intense
weariness are all gone. I can eat anything
and it does not press me at all. Feel lust
like work; in fact, like a new man. Can
hearlilvreeoTiimeiiil lb ton's Saksaparii,la,
and hone all who desire to know anything
tihoiit 11 will come to me and ask what I
think of it. Very truly yours,
JONATHAN J.COBURN.
HOOD'S SARSAPARILLA
Works through the blood, regulating, toning
and invigorating all tho functions of the body.
Hold by druggists. Price $1, or six lor 5.
C. I. HOOD & CO., Lowell, Mass.
HALF-CENT A WOKU.
Tub A kous hcrcarter wi 1 publish In this col
umn all tt 'vcrtinemt'iitP' of Lott. Kmind. For Rent
i''nr Snle, Bo rd or ItiMMiiri, W Hated, and si mi hi r
notices, nt tin; low THlf- or om tmlt tt cent a wont.
ucli liytirc a wont, but n.t tulvcrtiscmeut lens
r,rm ii ten cents
FOIt KENT Hoiihi
witb four rooms chenp
rent; also f iirulHhcd r
imiR, a in I'liieeiun et. l-u
KOI4 SALR Old papers for sale in anv amuaritv
hi iiiis oincc, cu cap.
FOK HA bE Sixty lots in mv additions wthe
c fl v of Rock Inland on four yearly payment, with
in ten si aiuix percent per annum.
IS 11 a vawpoaT
SPECIAL ELECTION.
Notice 1b herebr niven that on the Third dav of
Nnvciiitifr.lbHS.att.be Wideawake Hone House.
in the Third Ward In tlie city of Kock In 'and, an
lection win ne neiu ror
ONE ALDERMAN
b (111 the unexpired term of Alderman Geo. W.
Henry, resigned, which elertlon will be opened
at ts'.ght o'clock In the morning and cod tin ue open
until He veil o'clock in the afternoon of that day.
listed Kocit 1 laud, in., tbis 7Lb day or uctober,
1885.
ROBERT KOI HLKR,
7-10t City clerk.
AN ORDINANCE
Declaring Certain Lots in tlie City of Rock
Island, a Public Nuisance and Making
Provision for Filling them.
fit it Ordained bv the City Council of the Cltv
of Boat Inland:
Hi mos 1. That lots one 1. two (). three
iH. four 4), five (M, ix (H, aevuo 7 and eiht
IH) in block forty-three (431 in that portion of the
city of Hock Inland known and culled the ChicnEn
or Iiwer Aihlition, be and Uie iaine are bereby
declared a public uulpance.
sso. it. The city marshal Is hereby directed tn
aerre notice nioa tbe owner or owners of said
lots. If tbe. Hume reside in tbis state to fill tiaid
lot a f ii. low : On the fonth 8id of aaid block to
a point two fSl feet he low the grade established
on Sixth avenue, oppanite said block and sloping
thence toward the north to m Ihie on the north side
of Mid block, three (ii feet below the grade entab
li(hedon Fifth avenne opposite said block
-. Presided, ihsi if th6oue.r or owners of said
lots cAem not reside in this state, then said notice
shall be served as by statute in such case made
ami provided.
Isi-rted October 5th.
Approved:
, H TdOMAS IIURDOCK.
AnfKsT: t Mayor.
V
obsbt Kosaiaa. City Clerk.
THE MARKETS.
Chioaoo, Oct L
The market quotations on tue board of
trade, to-day. were as follows: Wheat Ko.
October, opened tMH. olosed Hno; .No
vember, opened SCjs, closed Tj, De
cember, Opened 7tjc, oioaed t))C- Corn
No. October, opened 4lH. olossd 49 Ho;
November, opeuad ano. closed Kcj Tear,
opened closed Slc OatsNo. X Oc
tober, opaueil aoXc, ulesed v Novem
ber, opened aud closed ; May, opened
tftfc, closed 29. Pork November, opened
t.0o, closed ttj.1734; Devembsr, opened
(M.17tf, closed January, opened
00. elosed $y 05. iard N jvsnsber,
upeuitd and clond $t tf3.
lave stock Tue Umou ituck yard report
' the following range of prices: Hogs The
market opeue-1 dun and weak at 5(JKK) lower
prices. liight grades, 5&3M.l0; rough
packing, J.x,'S.'i.(i4j; heavy packing,
f.S.tJftf4.0O; Uatile Mankec active and uu
cuanged. Hales at $3tto(44.0 for inferior
to lancy natives, principally tA.005.;
butcher stock. 50(13.80; atookers and
I esder $i. of) u13. 7ft ; rs ugers, $ 75 J 5. 00 ;
Texans, $J.&0ylA40. Hhesp Demand good;
valuei st:ady. Natives, J,An14 00; Texaiw
and westerns, $l.7ffi.i..MJ.
Produce: Butter Extra creamery, 180
&c; dairy, 114 '; packing, per lo.
Ejgs Ciioiue recandlel, 17u per doa Po
tatoes Early rose, 37(40c, and Bur banks,
S8(jl4a p?r bbL P ultry Mpring ckiskens,
Uiti'l4v-t old roosters, 0V; turkeys, lac and
spring duck, Vc per 1; prairie chickens,
7-W;4.00 perdoa Apples Fair to choice.
frV(dl, and fancy, 1.6J.
New York.
New York, Oot ft
Whsat Na J red winter, October, VTo;
do November, Hc; do Dsoember, 090.
Corn No. a mixed, October; !t0fO; do
N ovember; 49c. Oats No. mixsd, De
cember, myi"' Rye Dall ana nominal.
Barley No in inal. Prk Dull; mess, 90.50
($10.00. Lard. t). 14, November; 0,17,
December.
St. Louis.
Ht. Loom. Oct L
Wheat Strong and higher, with only
moderate trading; No. 2 red cak, Vi5u;
October, tt5c bid; November, rtH'9e
December, WHc asksii. U rn c lower,
but dull; casb, Ht&V'c October, Sftr,
Noveuitfer, Hflc. Ooc-.-Steady and firm;
ea-h, 24;itiS'i3Jc; no options. Rye Quiet;
&Sc. Whitaicy Steady ; 9L0&. The quota-
non ywswray ol t.oo wis tor lugawinett.
ProvbuoiH Pork. lower;
Lard, dull; $.S5O-fSv0.
Toledo,
Toledo, Ohio, Oct 6.
Wheat Firm and inactive; Ni. a o.t
cash, MtawVs'o; October, tt4c; November,
U5c; Decmber, Mio; January, 97u;
May, $ 1 . 04. Corn F. rm and quia t :
ca-h, 44c bid; Ootobsr, 45c aed; Novem
ber, 4c; year, 37c; May, HSirfc. Oate
Duli; cash or Otol'ier. 27c: November.
c; may, ii&o. Clover strong: can
OotoDer, $T bo; Novembsr, B5; Decern-
ber, So. 70 bid, Ely, 75 asked; Janusrr. S5.85
aked.
Mllwaafcse.
MlLWAUXBB, Oct. tt.
Wheat Firm: cash. 8ft Wc: November.
7c; December, HtfJc C,rn Firm: Na
A 4ac. Uat-Hteadv: No. 2. VU. Rv
Quiet; Na 1, 60c. Barley Weaker; No.
J(C.
neferofk
DvntArr. Mich., Oct S.
WhsatKirm; No. 1 white cash and Oo-
J"er, vift -; November, V3)frs bid; Decern
oer, wc; isa ri, cau tfywat fJotber.
bid; November. UX-: December.
J.;i,i: N 3 rel, cxii, Hfri askd. fjem
4 1. 44MC Oats Na X white. uu bid:
lij. a, man, J(
CHICAGO.
Article.
Wh't- AngiiBt
Olieaittg. Closing
M 8o4
80$, Wi
na
fl'if 8 ifi
8 15 H 16
5 Of) 5 7
6 92 5
i'm 6 if.
6 30
sepi .
Oct.
Nov.
fJflKN AlllHSt
Hcpt.
t n.t.
Nov,
Oats Amrust
Sept
Oct.
Nov.
I'ottF August
Hepl.
Oct.
Nov.
La tin -AtiKi'st
Ht-pt
Oct.
Nov.
KlHn AllX"t
Hept
1 c t.
Nov
lings W.Mft; tight, ftOi-1 16; mixed, S 8fl.i3 ftfl
U iivy 3 7lla4 U5
HOOK ISLAND.
Mb 33c
i ay Timothy H 60
!lny Wild $7.00.
Ityo-40.
Corn -Old 40c. New, 30c. '
Potaioes 38c.
Ordons 40c.
(Jon Soft U ; hii.d ti M,
oirt wood $ 0U.
a rww 15 on
HARPER'S THEATKE.
ONK N1UHT ONLY.
ednesday Eve., Oct. 7th.
The Success of Three Seasons!
LAWRENCE MAHSTON'S
Great Romantic Drams, 1
A WIFE'S HONOR !
As play el in all the cities of America.
Lawrence Marston
Lillian Dunston,
Supported br a powerful company, at
POPULAR PRICES: 25. 50 and 75c. Reserven
seats on aule at Hart'r House drug srore.
i.e.
1805 Second Avenue,
Has just received hit
Fall Woolens,
consisting rif
SUITINGS and
OVERCOATINGS,
The beat to be fonnd fn the If nrket.
comprising all the
Novelties of the Season .
And prices the lowest for first -class
work.
P. SWANSON,
Contractor and Builder,
No. 21 2 1 4th Ave.,
fUttdenee, No. tXJB S.Tentb-ATenae,
KOCK ISLAND, njJOIP,
R. CRAMPTON & COMPANY.
We do PLUMBING of all
kinds, including Sewer Work.
Gall and see us.
WILLARD BAKER & CO.'S
Opposite Harper House.
Rock Island, - Illinois.
MRS. G. SWAN'S
UNHUSK! AL SCHOOL
No. 1608 Second Ave,
Terms: Twenty Lessom, In advance Instrumental f 12.
Vocal 912. Harmony $14.
Graduates Students of Music.
3?Mrs. Swan is also dealer in tha famous Bauer Piano.
nept-31-dly
LAND AND LOAN OFFICE
Medill & Whitehead,
POST OFFICE BLOCK, .... . . KOCK ISLAND 1 1
Land for Bale on Six to Twbmtt Years time.
W 260.000-00 TO LOAN in auoimtR to suit on Farm property, ftvi to 7 per cent. 1
JACOB KILIEY,
Dealer and Importer In
Marble and Granite Monuments.
tarBpecial Designs furnished on application. Correspondence aolicited.
Works and Office on East 17th St., opposite P. O..
Rock Island, 111.
J. T. DIXON,
MERCHANT TAILOR,
And Dealet in Mens' Fine Woolens,
..aiy 1706 Second avenue.
'IF1. S. SOUTHARD,
Manufacturer and Dealer id
UPHOLSTERED FURNITURE,
MATRASSES AND PICTURE FRAMES.
Also Dealer In Mirrora, Cornish Poles, Curtain Fixtures, Mouldings, Etc.,
HfPricis lower than the lowest.
HARD
Best Quality Egg and Grate,
Range, Nnt, and No. 4, i -
All the Best Quality,
Extra carug. ea all onlera lew than a ten.
aeptllMtr
IB. BIRICEIISrIEIjID,
Dealer In all kinds of '
SCHOOL BOOKS,
Stationery, Confectionery, Choice Cigars, Toys, Etc.,
On Fourth Avenue between Twentieth aid
This space is reserved for
-JOHN T. NOPTSKfER'S
Acorn Advertisement.
anf 18-4
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
up stairs, Rock Island.
Troinan's lilock, opp. Commercial Hotel.
COAL.
- - $7,75 per ton.
... 8,00 " "
Screened and delivered.
Oroera taken for Hard and Boft Wood.
C. C. TRUESDALE,
AtU.8.SipreMOo.'aoffice.
Twenty-first 8ts., ROCK ISLAND.

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