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1 VOL. XXXIII- NO. 29.5. UNDERSELL Is the all Meaning Word -Heady Cash ami Lare GOLDEN ! T TI'IT H Ml SN NO 1 t: I. ( I) T II !!ll.N N (! I, Oil T H It H N N N 11 I, Ol) T MHIIII (IN N N () i, no t ii ii (i n n n il (I O T tl HUN N N (i (ii. n () t ii iii . , n (!i irt; 1,1,1.1.1, (Mil 'I' II H U N NN -TO V.VY Cheaper than any Competing House. Our Munmotli Store U literally packed with the Latest Styles of New Kail Uood.-l. consisting iif Men's; Hoy's and Childrens Clothing, Hats, Cans and Furnishings, ami it' our Low Piiiom will arcoinplisli our object, we shall succeed. While other Mer chants generally mark New Goods up and reduce them only near the end of the season, we have marked all of our New Fall Woods at the lowest rock-bottom prices from which there will never be any deviation or reduction. (iENTI.E.MUN -Wi' cull your nlti-minn to our Mi-r.-lmnt Tuiloiinj; lcailnienl. We always carry the Lurcsl AsMiiliiu'iit, anil i re milking ('Inlhiiu! to onlcr U, per cent cheaper Hutu other Tall. us rliiiiiKO. L iilies nml (lentli'incn lire welcome to look over nor new Mock, whether you purchase or not, vvc shall receive yoti Willi einrtey. The G olden Eagle Clothing Store I'ost Ollice A. LOUli, Mami'r. J. 13. ZTMMER, iim mm itjcm uitt;i: d M M K li It ii m m i k i; i: ,1 l SI M KI'K It It Kit .1 MM l M K l( it M M (' It U 1 M .Ml'KKKU It A N" N k N N A N V N A S N N .11 A A AN N N it A A r 1 1 A $ K N Il;is ivi't'i vod iiis Slock of iALL AND WINTER HSU1TINGS, a. .mi.) o vjmoo AriTsi as, A larger and finer stock than ever. No. ISlfl Second Avenue, Hock Island, 111. Our Fall Importations of Suilinos uml Oveicatines are replete with till tin Novelties of tin Season." 13 A. VIS ' : 1 1 Hif'.yrr r KAAtiihJb Dkkrk's Br.oCK, Moline, 111. x xx X 3 in thcConimcrcial World Quantities enables llie - EAGLE U t. (i U (i mi li li i; HCC, It K K n ii ii k i O HUlMi KK I OK KK I OK KK O It H K onn it ukkkb AND SI-XL- Clock, Ttock Island. Illinois. -i-l-'r i r T 'I' T II I. onn it it i:i; i n it li ok it uinim: A V 111 A A III. A A III, T AAA ll I. n iMi A AMI. n n i: A A II 1,1.1 f,l, Hill) It r T We challenge 'omparison in our line of Hats and Men's Furnishing Ooods generally. & CO. PLUMBERS Steam Fitters, A complete ptnek or Pipe, Brass Woods, Packing, Hose, Fire Prick, Etc. S,,1l' pyi-utw tor Water Motors for Sewing Ma chines, Etc., Dcanc Steam Pumps, Novelty l')rce Pumps, Safety Heating Doilers, and Con tractors tor furnishing and Lay ing Water, Gas and Sewer Pipe. 1712 First Ave., Rock Island. Illinois. IVk'ptK'ue IMS. HrciilfDcu TYtephoiK! 10,7. GENTLE, DKWY JLVIN aNi) TH; FEtMAN'S BALLOTS SI LENTLY FALL IN OHIO. The Republican State Ticket Probably Elected, and the Legislature in Doubt A Oni.'t 1. Uc-tiMii wild ConUIttrnbU tr; chiiitl Sumo lllil i"f! l lit) ll l.i'l Itjl4tr Hiiil f.ttt .iCiiulIy lii.ln'l 'ottf Aljuut tUt I'oll. Crii ; . Lcl 1.-Th foil. miii r M (.,ixcr?: ;.Ti.'K-t. 1.-At 3 i-'"nck thii liioi-n.n;; n i;"iirl l(vvy rain win ilitillititf on 11. a l.ou ls of iu'lii'i'in.iii, new pajKU ra-piflit-rs, Iiottsi!!)--! Maiili'i'!-, nit. I U'lutoit coupli giii ii; li -iiL- fi'Miii t'i" bull. Hy tlay ligtit it hail li'coiima L-ttuiuiy iwn -pouring rain. At tho .liff-M'trnt preciuott no ilnll culty was nx-'it ioiioo.l in iiistaliiii; the jii'ig'j-. Tho d.staiK-'e lltiys woro planted, but in mot of the I'radncts ut loaw tlmn the rqiiiro-l MJ loot. Horn t ot tbam ware m;t ovv thirty foot from the p'tlls. T.fkot h'KLjrn sUol for a while outid! of tho limits uni HJil.lle1 bat lota from utitii'i- thoir di ipptti umbrellas but in It-Hi than half nu b uir they hailnncroacliud ujion tho forbiiMau (;rnun.l ami in moit ca ix tiity i'lttite clear up to the polls. Ticket holders of tlio KpuLlicnn nml Uain nemtic p'iMita ion were abimdnnt every where, LuL thoe of the l'rbiMtioii fuitb w re st'areo nnl timid, lieistratioti seemed tn work successfully. Raj ort Iroin a laro iiinnbor of preoincti et 11 o'clock thU foreneon hIiow that the two piirtie-t are pullint; a lort;o and early vote, ami that, the Prohibition Vote will need heavy reinforcements if it shull i-jhoIi the tlures set by tlie eiiLliu-iutie tan,-lent of that party. There is cou-klurable noratch iny being done on loth the state an 1 county ticket At noon tho min sliinoa brightly and the indications iub tiie afternoon will Ihj clear and plea-nut. At tlua limn about om-h!ilf of the voters of Hamilton county had cast their ballot i. Two or ttirue fights have occurrml, but nothing of a sarioiiH nature ha beou re ported. There are many drunken men on the btrtiot;, itu 1 it, is podiible tliuro will bu a breeze befrj niht. Dan Dai ton and (i,ioro ("ox, opposin-; :aiiliduto.i for county i lork, canio to blow, this inc-ruiii nt precinct 13. of tiio niim teenth w.'trd, but were sejiarnUiil befiro uny damage was done. The Hgbt aroe over n dispute liotwoon a couiln ot' voters unU oi whom wished to ad v is ton other an to which candidate to scratch. It is very probable that ttu coil itliii; to night will bo Ilnisht-d sooner titan usually the case. There are no targe prjciiut-:( uitd th iininy sninll ones into which the city has been divided will tend to facilitate mi l t'Xpedito ni;illeiv. Th,re in one -i-i.J tiling about the division of t lit t'ity i do sniall precnict, nitd tliat, is, ti:e old timegnnH find tlieir inom bers watieriMl. Thin happened in the uhloody KiKhtli,'' and today it was (initio a in ward. I) itinerate are very conlllent and an- 1 Iwttiiu on carry inj; the iHisbitivj ticket, !LpuUk'min are no le--H hniiiuine mi l say ev.-ry tiling U Roin a they widi to wo it. l.ookt I.Ike a Full Vote. (.'i.kvhlano, Oct l-i. At noon half of the number t.f vote. roi-tloi-jd had bin polled. Alth.-uh the weather has been very threatening it lia not rained and now look as it it w nil I t Uiir off. In any event, thord will lm a v.-ry full vote, which vt itly e;i 'iuinis th. U'j'tiblii-aiH. 'iiito a uumb,i' of tirio U f..r vtolarin, the law pi'ohiWl.Mi.r l-'fTM-HH irom c.iiii'ivkriilinir within inn f(vi ol Ihe p;dU Jjavj been inailo. The c dor.l i-nndidatiiH mi both the Itupublieun a-iJ l.eino r.itte tick t.i are Mug cut, nud it i niore thdii pr.-buble that neither of thi-ir. Witt Ult (III ..,, rll. The lUpiibliean are claiming the comity by 6,0 10 and tlio Democrats by 1,04)0. There is a great, deal ot cut ting beiti down in tiie, cuunty and h.islative ticket,' but the Vote for govern. u- iiBoin; straight. It is v vy hard b oht tin anything in the way of n wv , as no per on i. ailowe.l to go witlii ;i KM feet of tha jmIU unless for tho purp . of voting. Tiio IVoLpiition vote iu this city will not be nearly ns heavy as th it eat foi tSt. John l.'.st fall. A vory hard ilht in being made by th, Domocrate toeleel the cauliduUi for county treasurer, Alfred WbitLakor. In the JfinLh ward, tlii. afternoon, the R-publieuin m-oJe sirrtpu mVdfortson ltdiulf of their candidati', V. Li. K'ndwiiy. This made the Democrat, de purate aiitt they called on (ongre. .ooui K rau for a-hitanco. It is claimed that U i now trading ttie tvholo Democratic Iick.i Tor Whittaker. This ia rarried on to a coa eiderable extent all over the city, and it i pretty ceiuiiu tint Whittakor will br el 'cUtl, t uL the rest of 1 he Deuioci ai ic ticket will suifer in con-piiueoca SI My I ii k Awiiy trnm (lie l'tll. Toi.Rivt, Onto, O.-t. 13. At 11 o'cl'icU t.!.t wcutt.ei- is cloudy and t hrea'oni u. X'ntinj is ir ceetiit very quietly. The poll will bi lij;ht, as u good many of b i(ii p:irlio ure htayiu; away from tlio poll-:. IWik Ii wrat.:hm ; of tho legislative ticket I bom float on b.-t'i side;. Polil.ic.il o.tpris am unat !e to make prt-dtct-ons. The eral opinion. is t:utt ib.adv will carry Lio-a.-coutiiy. VV.-vIe, D-.'inocr it. for sliorili", and the ret of (ho county lirkot mix d. T:ie I'lobibitiou vol i- very light thus far. -i (" ticket peddlers ur, seen with'the tit k -is. Tner-' is lo-fi cutting thin j;. Up m ining. Th, 1 .-uiocr..t claim thr-tdcj tioti of Wade for aiien.r by a lare in l 3 rily. News at Calutubu, Coi.iMBia Ohio. Oct IX At the Re pub liean headquarter nws liae jut boeti re eeivei that the clrcti -n is quiet with goor indication- for tin Republican ticket. A: it:'W a. in. more than one-! ford of tl a vot ers of f'!cvolnd bad bemi ctust tui I iudic.it nI a Republican m;i j rity of over 3,iKHl. In this city the election is quiet, and an unusually large Vote i .being pilled for on on" year throughout the city. Tiio lijino crntic ticket-holders complain that an umi uafly large nmoU-r of vest-p.x kot tickeUi are l-ing vot-J, and say thi-t indicates scratching on the c:.n ltduU ior I he legis lature and one or twi lociil cunliintei. Rene of Mio stronge t Ltennvratii are scratching Alien O. Meyers. Prohibition lulu on (inurd. VoL'mistown. Oiio. O.L 13 It is o dtutiji, dark and cloul.y duv. with ooca bittnei slight rains. Up to nontuevoleb not ou.-i;uf out, and there is no exc.t--men! ui a sind. Tiie lioiiibiti inita ch-ly guard hi pdmag pl.ici. a:rl b-j'. ton bole iv,.'ry voi?r ai ;.e walic up. T.c pro hibition vote la this county w:ll bftK. I'liejr Would , Uejjtwter. fi.KVEl.ANl), tniiu,' .t lii. At tin elec tion there was considerable confti tdou resultiiij from the rj(ri-tratio law mm in force in t'lval.ind and Cincinnati. Quite a good number f od foi. who imaginl tits law wu uiiCotist.tuttonal. re tuned to register, miid wlveu tbey presented themselves at tho polls they Were informed that tbey could not Vote. Tbey du'jersed without oiakiug auy demou-tlra- ROCK ISLAND, WEI. tfon more thin to ex T;t4 tboir opinion Ujm law in no tx mtlirnentary way. TIidukU tltoir ntrhcr. to comply with the require ments of the law th vote will full abcnJ &i,0i'J sbort of that polled at the la-t prosi itDiittal elet-Uou. - IH'inocraLic I'roIiibitloilUt Vol In?. Akw Obi... O (. VI The weather !- Im.u lteri'ij; but uit tviiny. Tin V'tti uo t noon is vrtty lis-i. Man w.io w-im Dsn ocrntic 1 -I'hdjitioni ditrin tit caui)-:!! -n nm voiiu tlie rtraij-ht 1 V-nt itratir- il'!ou. Ke ller w b 'in-; cut by the 1 tb u ot- iuiz t tion-i. Fruitt IIr? and Thera- Titov O.ii-., O-L H. T o elcetioii M proyresi-is quiotiy wiiU a heavy Vota in spite of run. Tuer arj few IVolnbit.un Vtib-a here. Dayt )N. O:iio. Oct. 13. A light voir, is bein p l!t3 L Tlio 1.) ni-ici,t.i are aiut:td. It, is pr'dictel t'iac R.rakdP wilt narry Jioiitnn'ry county, , but tlw XaijiecciLtic c itmty tn !;,'t wilt probably 1 e!entel. 1-ki.I.aihk, (t.iio, U,t. i;!. There will be nuariy a full v, to There is a JV.diibidenwt inere;tHa. Tii-u-e ii much culling on tha lfKi -dative tii;,)fc. The county U doiihUtil, but the cli'iitc'.i are in favor of the IK-im THE KE1UKW3. ( A Id (HIT V0TK. Cincinnati, Oct. 14. The ukctiou iu Ohio wad fur statu and county ollla-r.s, for tliirlyovcn senators Hint 1 10 n'pro ! ticnalivca oi the general assembly uml upon four umendmeuta to llie coustimi ion oho changing the Btutu elections fiom October to Nuvcniber, and one to chmij;- iiiK the term of of lice for township (lus tres. Oov 1 loudly is the democratic cnudiilule for reelection and .1 . It. Foiu ker the republican cnmlidalcjuid llm Id v. A. Ii. Leonard prohibition c-udulate, for governor. Tiiete arc 2,017 voting pro eincls in llie stale, comparison will be made wilh tho.votc for governor in IHtJ-i when Gov. Iloadly was clcetcil by u plti rulity of ia.G2U over .1. Ii. Forakcr. 'J'hc iilleninon in Ciucintuili was tin from rain uml so Car us can now bo told nearly the full registered vole was polled There were sonic arrests for liumlulenl alleinpts to vole and .uouu: minor disor derly conduct, but in general it was a peaceable election . I hu hrt.t turns received by telegraph iniliciitcd ouius for Forakcr. When twenty pres cinctft had been hctuil from ho hail a net iinin of H.Vj. The pro'iibiiion vote gives indications of considerable gains. The vole for Leonard is irregular. There are large irtiins in some precincis with no vole at all in others, ami a few losses. Full rcl urns from one ward in Cincinnati, the Ninth, fhow exactly the same nmjoiit;, iu wnsgiveu in iHSd. It is impossible yet to compile the sources of the gain ot the prohibitum can didate, but a cursory examination of the returns so far received indicate demo cratic losses where there are prohibition gains. In other wards as far as can uw be seen the prohibition vole is drawn from both parties. L'p to tliis lime but little has been heard from the legislature. A republican scnu, tor bus been elected iu the Twcntyvtliird district two ic publican represeiilulives in Columbia county ami one in Meigs anil one democratic reprcsentalive in I uscu I'uwjis and one in CosUouhm. The republicans claim 5,1 KID plurality for Forakcr in Cleveland and the whole republican county tidier. Lucas and Franklin counties show a large republican gain. Tito republican centra! co mini I lee claims to trive elected rcprcPentutives in .Madison, Adams, Melawure, Morrow, .Morgan, Washington and Ross routines am) senators in the Fourteenth, Ttsctiiy lirsl, Twenty hcventh and Twenty-ninth di.stricls. Fight live prerinclH from Hamilton county ciiow a republican neijorilv of l.tioil. The republican gain in Kt jccoun ty, ihrce-fourlle of which has been bcur.i from, is l!00, I u Champaign county, one-half heard from, the republican gain is 1J5, In Angluize county, eight pre cincts, yOO; Clark county, seven preuinuls, 2-10; two precincis of Lucas county slmw a lepublicau gain of 20!). Ten precincis Irom Kyeland county, including three wards in Maiuliebl, uive a net republican gain of -1H; Foilnge county, seven precincts, 80 democratic gain; S.mdusky county, seven precincts. 250 republican gain; iSciota county, six teen precincts, iS7." republican gain; Son-, ecu county, eleven precincts, including four wards of Tiflin, 150 republican g;iin; Stark coitnly. sevtn precincts, inchuiing Iwownnlsin Alassilon, JlOO lepubliean gain; Summit county, eleven precincts. 27 republican gain; Trumbull county, sevcu precincts, 3 republican gain; lour-' teen precincts in Toledo give a net repub- liean gain of 01 1. Five hundred ninl four ward ami pie ciuts in the slate give a t.et Republican g-iin of 7.777. If the same ratio is ob tained in tbe rc-inainine preeiiu'ls F.ua-, ker's lmijori'v will be ' about 18,01't) Private dispatches from t'olnmbus say Secretary liusluiell, of the Hopnhlieiin coinmiileo, makes this estimate and lb.it the Democratic committee concedes IP ndly's defeat Owing to the reilistrieting of Clevelund and Cincinnati it is impossible to make comparisons uutil lh wards are comple ted. This explains the delay in reports from these places. The net Republican gain in the city of Sandusky is 4t9. The result in Lucas county was iu doubt at 1 a. m. and it will he impossible to get ti definite result to-night. The chairman of the Republican slate central committee issues the following at l;30a a.m.: "If the present ratio of guius is kept up we estimate Ft t raker's majority over Hoadly at 21,000. Our nd vices on the legislature indicate a re publican majority on joint ballot hut we arc waiting for a more definite report from .Jl-V'-ilton county." The Demo cratieceulral committee will nut give nny estimate. The Kepublicuns claim to have elected representatives in tho following ad ditional count it s: Athens, Cuyahoga (0), Delaware, Fulton. Mreene, (ihe Hev. li. W, Arm !, cob. red) Lawreuce, Morgan, Morrow and Van Wert. The following gains re reported in Ciuciuuali: Hccond ward, a precincts, Democratic gJ 188; Thjrd, 1 precinct, Republican gaiu 126; Sixth, complete, Democratic K11'0 575; Tenth, 1 precinct. Republican gain 54; Sixiecnth, 1 prcciuct, Democratic gain 2; Seventeenth, 1 precinct. Democratic gainl; Twentieth, 1 ptveioct, Republi can gain 18; Twenty-first, 1 preeiuct. Hepublicsn gain 56; Twenty -second, 1 precinct, Democratic gain 31; Twenty third, 1 precinct. Democratic gain 13. The republicans elect two Sen a tore in the Cuyahoga district and two tcprsentti. lives in Franklin county, one Union and one in Harden county. The democrats elect one in Franklin county. The re ESb.V Y. OCTOKEK 14, lSSr. turns from 754 voting precincis iu the stale give Forakcr 143,727, J loudly VIS, ttUo, Leonard O.ttll, a net Republican train of l,0.jg. This iueludcs more than one third of Hie state. A private disv patch from Lucas county Buys the Lcgts liiture there is in doubt w ith the chances in favor of the Republicans. An analysis of the votes show that the prohibition candidate has gained democratic voles 770" wards and precincts give Forakei MS.tC'i. Homily :W..VJ7, Leoiiahi O.Uia A net Republican gain id 1J,04- Then v. iii bono more bulletin tonight. Hamilton county i.s in itouht twin tlx chances in favor of the ilt no -era Is. Suverulof the judges n tu-ed to coin ph'te trie count tonight The portion uo' heard from gave ilohdly a liitijority ot i.imi two years ago. At the dote ot thi report returns bud been received Irom 7(0 v( the 2.017 voting precincts iu tlio stale v.liich gave forakcr, repubbcaii, a total vole of MH.t'ii;; Uoailly, demoeiat, VSt 5n7; lt on, ml, prohibition, 11.91, u nci Republican gain of l.Oii. Ths icmulu i-ig piet'incUin lrtrtii gave a Domocralic majorily cf I0,i)13. Tni.kno, Oct i;l -The voto toduv averages 10 to 15 percent .;ss than tliat of larttycar. The I'rtiliiUnion vote wan small in tliiseily showing scaicely any merctse. 1 lie returns nr-A coining ii very slowip ii) aceo il of the largo mini her td scrctelicd tu kcis but the iodica tions are that the icput licans have cat ried most of their county ticket by some what decreased pluralities from last year. The exceptions ant Wade and Puck, tin? former for slierill and the latter for repiebciililave. Jiaumbieh. Repub lican, for representative, is lidieed to be elected by asmatl plurality. Returns received up to midinigiit, em bracing about one -half of the precincts in L'u as county, shows n-gubheau gains in neatly' all those beard iroiiu Wade, democrat, for she rill', probably has a majoiily of iioi). Ihe representatives are m doubt with ciiancea favoring the republican candidates. The remainder ol the republican county ticket its prob ably elected by small majorities and they claim the county for ForuluT by 400. Cuii.bU'oTiiK, Oct. lo. Ross county will give lod rcpulilican majority. The rupulilieuu sena-or urul lepmseui alive have run uliead oi their ticket and the whole republican county ticket :s elected. Cj,hVKi.sr, Ocl. !!. The indieulions arc that ForaUer has carried Cleveland and Cuynboea county by about 2,00(1 ninl that the republican county ticket is elected by varying m,j nities. All over the Westt in llesi rvo substantial repub licans gains are miovui oik! in only one town, Oberly, lots the prohibition vote caused n republican he-.s. A full vole whs polled hire, the diction being witb ou (.incident. At midnight Mnj. W. V. Armstrong, of the Fbiimlcah r said: "1. think the repuhltt:aiis have from 15,000 to 20,000 plurality. The legislature is in doubt with the eharie.es favoring a republican miijotity on joint ballot." F0KAKEU VERY COMFORTABLE. Cincinnati, Oct. 14. --.lodge Forakcr, ex-Commissjoner of patents, lien Rimer worth, tien. llrosvcuor, and others were silting in a room td' the Western Union Teleuraph building at half past 10 lAlock. ''The scepter has departed from Ju dull," said liu Iter worth, "and I here s.ts the next governor of Ohio." Judge Forakcr was feeling very com fortable over the pro-peels. ''The re turnsso far," aid be, "indicate the elec tion of the whole ivpubiican ticket by a rli'ur plurality. Tbeuetiiil rutin, Fresi dent Itushin 11 wins me, wiil give about I S.5oo republican pin rulity." Tbeie was ai that lime nothing definite on the leuilalure, but Hi ti. (iio.veijor said his figures pointed to a republican control of that body. There lias been a great deal of trading and scratching ail over the state, and the re'.nrui ate slow. In Cincinnati ai 11 o'clock otvj fourth the precincts were in and showed lbmdky 700 ahead. The day was cool ami pleas unt. in the afternoon, nud the election passer I oil' quietly. About a. dofir men wi re arrested for illegal voting, There was undoubtedly much crooked woih iu the counting. In one pice met one judge w as dt uo k. H0.1DLV3 SASD. t'lM.l Milts, Oi I, 14 '--(i..V. lloa.ily arrived 1 1 out Ciindniiali al 10: .10. uild prncecdett dilccily to dt titocra'.ic ht ad iiuarti rs, where 'nairnniiii Cow tdl, the other member--of I he coouiittcc, and a few friends were in-pectin the returns. There was not a Kntiic dioitiu the entire ve.dog I torn the se)e.--. u-'-cnil'l.r gtj. The ov. roor was a-l-.t d if he did i.ot IbinU he vs Ite.itea. and he replied: "flreat Hod, no This i- a nice. H.t:-e l(i;hi, Old will not he o.t aid (-i t her wiy." Tho dchtoiratie couiinittee i. inclined to concede everything, uml iy their only leuti! ttf fiiri'ving the legislature is in a solid del galion from Hamilton county. Land bus doubled in value in Jems ahiii'i. The rich pilgrmis tlid it . It is rrcpared from Sarsaparilla, Yellow Dock, Cherry Hark, I'lpsisscwa, Mandrake, Dandelion, and other well-known vegetable remedies. Tho combination, proHrtion, and preparation are peculiar to Hood's Bars a pari It a, and effect tho most remarkable cures where other medicines fail.' It cures Scrofula, Salt Rheum, r.il, Pimples, nuniors Dyspepsia, Ititiousiiess.Stck Headache, Iniligebtion, (icncral DoltiUty, Catarrh, ltheu matism, Kidney and Liver Complaints, dispels that tired feeling, creates an appetite, and builds up the whole system. The "GOOU NAME AT IIOMU" won by llotHTsBarsipuiilUls luitualh-d lnthtf lit -rv t-f medlcltics. r-uch is Its popularity Iu Lot Mass., where it ii made, that whole neigh bornidi are t.d.ing it ut the same time. This success Is extending all over the country. 1 hunt's Karsaparilla is the only medicine ot which "an truly be said, " ut IhiscsOne Dollar, which Is an unanswerable arpimcnt as to strcnirth and economy. Other preparations will average to last not over a week, while a buttle of Hood's Sarsaparilla contains 100 doses and will last a month. Hence, fur economy as well as for health and siremzttt, buy Hood's Sarsapa rilla. Sendfoii f t L " -- statements ot many remarkal-N01 UIC oc Hoods SarsapaiV, . , , fl ilrnRpists. rrcpared by C. L for nrH Vrlz f work . THE MARKETS. Cuicauo, Oct ia The niarkot, quotation on tee b.tari o.1 irtt'tt, n-aay woru a-ioiiowi: n ueju-iu. ii October, oneiied and clo-o I hU.-ie; No vember, ijieiied by .i:, do l iWej De OLluUor, opnii 'd 10;'Be, cio d W7'tiu- Cuni JNo. Uctior, ojKtoel -i,-, eio-l Aa Xovoniimr, i,pn-il 4i't", elo-el 4o;'i,e; .uuy, ojwiied and eto-ei :ts tat--'. I Oc tober. i-wnod 'e, eLiad S May, untile i it-;-!, , clo e i -'''.. fork Oct Iter, open ! a 1 1 i c!o-e t f '4 f; -vdmbur, t.ene I f3 e! . cd t a.- ; J t u ir-, - penfl i f'J. t.i, e.e.s.' t i'J M. Jjiird' O -loiiei, H.mti aud . l-.-e I tii J '. -c). The l.':i...ii t J-: yar Is report. ' t . I - w 'a.i- "i 1 1 -O s: 1U III -t i ' v . w ta price- bu'jl i!. l.iu-r; lijht ;,ra le, :,") .j-i-.o;). f-uifi p.-i.-Mi. t . -1 -'i.iWr, beavv rck and ' nipping bits ?-'j.lWtif;j t'5. C ntla fMe; 'iue liiwi-r; .lp;iHtr 4.U.l(ift. u:J; Lilt Her-, $1 00( i.7."; .t-..'!-3 lilld l-f-JeCH dull i'-i .(1 ".-.'; iexaus i7rrj,i..'id. title? p U cik; COUilfloii, .0.fiS-i.U0; good, .,.o.xtjl 1 1.10. t'j-..'i,n v: butt .T i-'.tiicv i'.-a mory, vo ; umry, i-'vi p.ieiioif, tnc(") per io. J'Vr-i' ' T '-i I'M er d. v.. I'.itatos) hlariy r.M t' !e. Mi l i-iii banii .. rw'mi,j. ;vr bu. IViUltry -.S;.r ng chickens, btterc; old naw- tors, turkeys, iuvi 1 le, an t spring ducks Hi per b; prairie cbiekou--, $','.!& per doz. Apples I'oor to fair Tot (g$ 1.00, and choice to luney, f i. (((-.'. uu per uui. New York. Nkw Yimik, Oct la Wheat No. U re 1 winter, October, 1.0U; uo iioviMinwr, i.oo,;oo iecBinoer, fo.u '. t-orn N,i. J mixed, N vomher, fttli'c; do December. 4!';'. Oats Nt. 2 niixu, Ne vemuer, ;il ) -; do December, &ic. Rye Dull and uuchaui-d. Iturley Nominal. Purk Dull; in.'H- $n.5o. Lard. $0.30 October; to.u i.oveinour. sl rbouiii. Kt. Iouis. Oct VS. Wheat Firm hu1 bicher. closed Kidftlc abov. V'.-Prday; N')f J rod ca-,b, ai-(gl fi.im; oi-iv.'innof wc; ueceiuiwr, ft.uij Mav.Jl.li'.C U'll C'l ll- shad olf; ni i. a idiado iH-iter; cash, :;'.o,a : .n;!4'e; October, o'.-e; iMivdinitor. .to. i tat-. ivuner uu. s!-.w ; ea-h, X i :('i.'ic; v-'!tr, 'J-l'c; Mav, Rye i.a icr; 57e. Whisky Steady; si.o:i. i'n-vi-ions Turk dull; $s.s7,'9'. hard, tjuiet $.V0l. 3 itlf(hi. Toi.koo, Ohio, Oct 13. Wheat Firm and tpoie, ; j,,, a suit cash, yv!TS'; Oetohor, u?e; .November, tfSc; UL'a-Hiii'M, it1 i rjiiiiimi v, vi-ifoc; reo rnary, 1.I0;14'; Alay, $1.07. Coin Firm; Ca li or O -l .bi-r, 4o ; iuvend)er, 4e; yar, 3ir;JJ May, Jisj'c. 0ith-0"iit ::ud st'ioty; ca-u v b. toimr, i'tc; November, SSV;; Mav- '.'c. Cl..ver :-hv,I K.rm; ca h and Octol to-. .ri 4-t; NuvemtH-r, $J5.a.i; De- cimooi', i.; j.-oiaary .i.7o. roileunlten. Mll.WAOKKK, Oct. 13. Wheat--AVcuk; ensn, ktit.-; November, -,'h "I D.. out oer, .';4 . . C a n Hteady ; No. 4'Ij. 1i.1L Dull; No. a, a.'i'.o. Rye - tVniei ; N . I, 'liJie. llaihiy Hteady N.i. i, foe. lii'tinlt, Dkt.hoit, Mbu., Oct li Wheat Kironjf; t whits, Ufc cab ant Oetoiier; . '4 e Noveinter; tKe bid Do comber; No. 3 rod. 1W;: iuh and October; 9-.l'e November; O-'X1' ' December; No. a rot, IHM-fce.' Culti--44u auk mi. Oats No. 'J white JtHS No. 'J, aSo bkl casht W. October Cl'lCAtiO. Arlicie. Opcnini?. Cleriiii-; Wu'T Annual .... .... Sept. Oct. H7 S'l Nov. HU',, H!J l.!OtlN AlllMII! .... Hept. .... 4' let . 4S--4 44H Nov. -iii', 407b Oats Ani'iisl .... .... S.-pl BBS S"'! OCl. if' Nov. K-,i-B i6'fl J'oci- .... .... Sept. del. S :w 8 2" Nov. H 30 B i7 bAiin - AnijiiM .... .... S.-pt .... .... iei. tl nr. 6 an Nov. 0 UTj 5 97 Uiu--Aiiiiiifl Sii( n-i. a nr. 5 3f Nov & U-i 5 f- ilnu- -ir. lHMi: ti.a, :l 45 I 0"; iiitxcil, :i l5.i3 li ;o , ( r.'i . I Oil HOI K ISLAND, iil. 'i-l. , ,v "fMi.iriv jfs.Mt !l:iV- WililjT.nO. Kve--40 . v'oni Old 40c. New, "(c. I'r.U.-oi'K -'iHi:. Otiioit- ifli-. I'n. 1 Sor'i ll ; i;ul t-h an. . ill V om $ 1)0. ., ri v ?;i mi TWENTY DAYS, DS. NIOHOLLS, TUB t'ELKlinATEl) English Specialist, Tiiite of London, England, Wihca ti inf.irni tin cltizcnc of Davenport and vu'uniy inui ic nas iocuicu ui 111c Eldridge Block, Coli. FjKTll AND BltADY Sts., K,,r Hit- Tri'ntin.'iil of ail CHKONIC 1USKASES, And hi) (Knensei PECULIAR TO WOMEN. t'4f" 'I'lic Ooctor pttrliriibirlv hiviics all cant ttinl tinve been jrtvrn up hy ether phvi-lciau. tHlNSt I.TA'I'KlN r'JtKK. timctt hour from ii u. 111., to i iu ; 1 lo .". anil li to !l p. hi. If !tn (iff tlo't'iij ititl under the care of your ou 11 pliysiriun. do not crll on inc, nu our pmv nw it- Ut trvul (hrjj-c wiii canuul Hud rvlicf uthiirvvixe. SPECIAL ELGCT10N. Notice herehjr nivcn that on the Tldrd ly of Nnv-uilM-r, 1Ss.i, at ttic, W iileaw nke lUmv litiuw, in llit Thirtl Wnrd in tlie cil v of Ke lc I uini, au Icctioii will hi- held fur ON B ALDERMAN to nil die mips pin J term of Aldnrman ieo. W. llfiiry. reiii:ii-il. w-ltlcli lerti.tu Mill In opened .it i in hi o'clock hi the morn inn and corumu oHu 11 it r ll nfvcn o'cUek in the nftf-nuxm of tliatilay. Dtttcd'Kuck IslauiJ, 111 ., Ihie 7th day of October, ROBERT KOKHLHR, MOt City Clerk. Tiinv nner tnatntit. riowtopi- fHup the iiniit and form." Foil ex- t, 5a.l;v. Iwi-Huun, :'wir" .. - 1 u juc AaurjMl-.p.lrawer!,ituaato,t.T. R. CRAMPTON & COMPANY. We do PLUMBING of all kinds, including Sewer Work. Call and see us. WILLARD BAKER & CO.'S. Rock Island, GRAND OPENING NEW MILLINERY DEPARTMENT -OF SATURDAY, OCTOBER I7TH, We will Display our Fall and Winter Styles In Pattern Mats and Bonnets, All of Newest Design And Latest Importation. Don't fail to examine our Stock. Notice day and date. Call Early and Avoid the Rush. EMERSON & CO, "THE JhWIIV ESTA. TREDICK, Manager. Newcomb House Block, Davenport. This space iu reBerved for -.I0IIN T. NOFTSKER'S Acorn Advertisement. PRICE FIVE CENTS. Opposite Harper House. Illinois. THU- I JR..!