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HOCK ISLAND, WEDNESDAY. OCTOBEK 21, 1S85. vol xxxiv. no. 3. UNDERSELL Is the all Me minp; Word -Heady Cash and Lari;e -JT. ...'l3l!r. GOLDEN OOtt Tt'ITTII M II NN I O T tt HUNK ( T l IIIIN N ( T 11 IIIIN N 1 T HHIIIlliN- f t ) '' II It II N 1 i s it K K i N N i O T II IIIIN I 1) 'I H II II OOt'O 1. 1. 1-1.1, out) II IIIIN -TO I1HY Cheaper than any Competing House. Our Mammoth Store is literally packed with the Latest Styles of Xuw bVill (.:ds, consisting of Men's, Hoy's and Childrens Olotli'm,, II its, Caiis and Furnishings, and if our Low Piuces will acomplisli our objeet, we shall succeed. While other Mer chants generally mark New (foods tip and reduce tliein only near the end of the season, we have marked all of our New Fall (food at the lowest rock-bottom prices from whicli there will never .i any deviation or reduction. OEM I'hKMEN We call your uttentiun Id our Sh-p-liunl Tuilm-ini? Ii-mHrin nt. We nlwiiys curry IUk L:iri;fsi Assort mt'iit , unit i re milking OlntlHiis; Ui iinlitr l.r per ti.Mit clu-mc r tliuii (Mlur Tiiilura Omuuu. Lmlits itml Kirnlli'mcn mo wulcninii to limk over our iimv stuck, wlirtlicr yini jmrcliusu or not, we slmll lvcfive you with C!ii!irt(.'.y. The Golden Eagle Clothing Store Post OtHce P.lot-k, Kock ImImikI, Illinois. A. LOUIS, M;iU'',r. T. B. ZIMMEE, fkUl MM I- l a m i m I - M MM M K A N M II A A N N N M M M M h'KK. liltKH (! M MM M M H It H H hil IM I' U K ! II M M KKI'.R It K I.' 1 1 If 1 1 11 N N It II A A A N (' II II A A N :i'0 II II , A N IN N N Una received FALL AND WTNTEE 1SU1TINGS,IS AISTD OVERCOATINGS, A larger and finer stock than ever. No. 1S10 Second Avenue, Kock Island, 111. Our Fall Importations of Suitings and Overcoatings DA. VIS mm ill ri3?6 are replete with all I he X X Jtt)' Novelties of the SL X ' S r-'tr' XlL.Qy jr comparison in our & iiue f Hats a,,d Men's tT S s Furnishing Goods generally. Dkebk's Block, Moline, III. Telephones. in theCommercialWorld Quantities enables the- EAGLE MSMS TWIT (IOO KltRIf KKICR H s T O O It K K S T O O It II K T O OU KK issss t o o unim kic S T O O R H K H T O OH It K H S T O O K H 15 SSS T OOO U It KKKB AND iSKFJj WITT WITT a 000 moot T O It H ) O U It OHURK 1 O II li A A II I, A A II L A A 111, AAA 111, A A II 1. O It All 1.1,1.1.1. OOO U his Stock of & CO., PLUMBERS r. m i jsteam miters. A cnit)l4cle slock of Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing, Hose, Fire Brick, Etc. Sttlfc agents fur Water Motors for Sewing Ma chines, Etc., Deane Steam Pumps, Novelty Force Pumps, Safety Heating Boilers, and Con tractors for furnishing and Lay ing Water, Gas and Sewer ipe. 1712 First Avf V Rock Island, III5"1- Telephone 1 US. 7 7AA THE CALL TO ARMS. BULGARIAN MILITIA CALLED OUT FOR IMMEDIATE SERVICE. KiiskU Kttily to Taka a Huiid Vnr Al ums! Inevltahln Trouble In Denmark it nil S,itn ( h.iinberlttia .td the Wttrkuiun Vlmi'V Molthetl. lJniLippopoi.is. 0:U 21. Prince Aloiau- (ir Uhh nUimiioD k! tbe wholo of tlio nntioutil oiiiiLia of It.iliiii iri au.l Ea-tiru Ilomm lia rvr iuuiM.lutU) eervico in defoiHt of tlui Ct'UtlLi'J'. 1'auih, O-U 21. A tsieratu from Ht. I'aiersijiir, rJooivtJ at ti at hour Tut Jay evoin;!. savi Mi tt lili8ilUa iu'hU pr tiara M tin tohiul y l thiil triiniw in Vttrna, H port Luivti of liutaria, in twenty -Lour hour., in ca e nf in.l. I'liiUFPOi'Oi.w. O-'t L Mr. L-roll?3, tlie British a.ont and consul Renoritl for Bulgaria, lias i.jt Ibis oity for Sofia. The tension in iucritaing, aul war vi-tlli 8ei via is well nigh inevitable, liulgaria lias done btr utmost to avert such a catastrophe. Athesh, Oit 21. -The (recki are wiM n itu otithuiiam. Thirty tbouiauj uien of the rosttrvus have been eurolK-d during tho wst live days, and thousands are arriving from all part of Oreeee. The people are Ifimoring for war. London, Oct. 21. Lord Hall bury, tuo premier, and secretary for foreign affairs, ha iiit'orined the porta that Kula-ii-i will end an enorotij remonstraneo to Hervia and Greece against tholr formiduble anna uiu'ntH, and ad viae them to koop ijuiut WROTH AT A RADICAL. Ill rin hit; It tt in Workmen Knuhberl by tli IlrltUli Itcinucratlc Chamiiiun. BiKMiNtiiiAM, England, 0,t. 21. iSoven nuuiire.i unemployed workmen niarchet iu procession Tuesday to Mr. Joseph CbanilMi luiu's boute for the purpose of enlisting the lyinpathies of the Radical leader in their cause. The crowd showed iltfua of ill teoipur, many of them proclamt. in that they wmld lnsi.it on Mr. Chamber lain's appjarance. und that they would not leave until their request had been complied with. Tho police, iu consequence of thoo threats and fearing that violent measures might be reported to, hur ried by a feburtor routs to the rascuc, and Hurruunded tbe bou e. Aft'T hositntiun for some tim, Mr. Chnmberluin dL'cidjd to receive a conuuiiteeof tbrte who were pa tei thr uiifli tlm p.dica lined and ad initio. I. '1'hey at.-ilod their grievances and Jt'inmido.t support. Mr. t'banilwrlain In tenel 'patiently, and then coolly told the nmlcoiiUmti that the row they wore muking would certainly alienate, not only his own svmnnthitw. i-ut tho.o of all orderly citi- zoiid. Il3 couclu led by refusing to at tun i a proposed meeting at the town ball for tho purp us of aiding the distress futid. As soon n th-3 committee i-eporied the non succoss of their lniuion to the crowd out side there was a great uproar, but the moi mially disperjad, bowling threats agalntk tho O -inoi ratio loader. llepuUl'.ran Activity In Spain. London, O.-t. 21 There ha recently btju an alarming revival, of Itpubhcaa attvity and plot) o;i the northern and wustorn frontiers of Hpatti. Mnj. Castillo mid ex-Minister Salvochea, who are active iti uiuenta, have boeti traced to Lisbon, and ill pi ob-ibly bo extradited back to Sjain, a. the Kpuntsb and Portuguese gov- r iments (ire now on very fripiuly turni;. 1 Lore is Itiss complaisance on tho part of I'Yiim:.'. L u 1 couinlaiiits are made to the if -ft that France gives she I tor to the lov- ohitioiiaty piopngandl-st--', and that tslin is iware that the smuggluig of arms irni iniice into hpaiu h oxUMiively practiced, ut yet she roiusus to interfere. Alinoxt a ltBvoIutloii in Iltmmark. Ci.'i'KNHAiiKN, Oot 21. fciorious lioting, rowing out f douiou8trati.ini against the lung and 1'rime Minister lOitrup and the m m ben of bis cabinet, has occurrel throughout the city. Tho garrison of Cojeu. hageu has lieen re-enforced and a declara tion of a slate of selge Is expected. The sit uation is grave and it Is feared that a revo lution accompanied by bloodshed and great los-t of life may break out at any moment. The people seem determined that their representatives iu pailiainent shall have mm ue voice in the affairs of the government, The-o popular manifestations are not con fined to Coponhagoii, but are general throughout Denmark. The French Ministry. Paris, Oct. 21. Although the results of the elections throughout Franco are un satisfactory and bavs caused much dis content in government circle j, it is believed that che matter will pass over without any resignations in the prenent ministry. The reHirus i.f elections show that the .tmigth of tht parties in the new chamber will be oJl li'ptiblicons and 2Jo Conserva tive'. Late it. President Gravy bas accept,! the rinignauou of M. Pierre Leg rand, min ister ot ugriculture, and M. Heme Maugon, niiuister uf couim -rcL. wtio failed of re-election to the chamber of deputies. Airs. Langtry Sued for Ibt. London, Oct. 21. The case nf Mrs. Ling try, who was summoned to appear at Cbet ea district court for refusing to pay debta resulting from purcha-es for housekeeping while she was living with her husband, has been postponed uuttl Nov. a The defense will be that her huil-aoi alone is liabU for all such debts. Mr. Laugtrj's friends state that be is una ble to pay the bills, as the ouly source of revenue be has at present is an annuity al lowed him by his wife, on condition that be does not inotet her. An American Mobbed. Edinhuroo, Oct 31. The action of Mr. Rms Winans, the Baltimore millionaire, who owns an extensive deer park in North era Scotland, in closing a roadway on hi property, so angered the people in that vicinity that tbty mobbed and stoned him on Sunday lasN JUr. Winans has offered a reward of jjounds sterling for tbe cap ture of tbe culprit. True Bills Against Ed f lor Stead. London, Oct 21. Tbe grand jury has found true bills against all the prisoner charged with tbe abduction of the girl Eliza Armstrong. , The Boom In Petroleum. New York. Oct 21. Speculation in oil Tuesday was active while the p.'ice wu strong. During the Urt hour tbe price ad vanced to $l.lf Made an Assignment. Ackkox, Ohio, Oct at. I). r. James, dry goods aud fancy goods made an assignment Tuesday uiormug. Liabilities $10, (Ml; as sets u,jOU. . W. Hurst represents the lead in American and Foreign Insurance Co'a Policies carefully written at current rates. AScnrv established 1874. Otficu ove Rock island National Bank. BEN BLANCMARD'S FAILURE. Hie llrntlier-ln-I.iw Think It is Ny Moth uf a Shower. Cnicauo, Oct 21. M. J. Lie, brothor-in-law of Hen Hlancbanl. the missing real estate agent, and manager nf tbe Chicago othVe, was HHtm iti hn orti & Tuesday by a r Krter. lie could see uo ruin in the air. He thought iten Ulan chard made a nii-tikj when he yielded to the advice ol friend-! and left Terrj Halite He ought to have remained and faced the music. Said he, "lien has enough to pay out, and more. He has gouo beyond bin dfpth, and it will take a little time to ar range things. 1 have not heard from bim recently, but 1 shall continue to run ihe busings licrj. The lossej avowed to have been suir.TJl in Tirre Haute and vl cinitv am all i)Jih. There is no CUicagc clergyman w:o will loo any flK,O0J. 1'UtM'hnr 1'. wife died a year ago last Juae, nud Lho story uhouMiis intrringo jti l.'lncnc ii talsi. ' The ?ttay nf Mr. L'-h) in bis present tpiur twrs in the ortio of H. A. Kean X, Co., wl! probaidy lie liriit'd t tho iiUth day of tot I'resont month, as the countable in possus -ion under tu-i nttafhiuent of tho ToLoy I;oot,h Muutifncturing company Bail tb itirniture would be -old on that day. It was also learned that H A. Kan & 1 ud Dotreeoivei any rent, although they e slected Mr. litaiicbarj as a tenant, in pref erence to four others who bad applied for tbe dok room. When Mr. Jilanchnrd came to Chicago be brought with bim not ouly tbe rn porta of a previous succeful business cjirdor, but aLo tbe endorsement of clergymen, banker. and met) business hnu-os as Hiudebaker & Co., and other.. Many of tbee still bavt confidents in his future. An old Methodist of this city said upon being questioned by a reporter: Hlaiicbnrd ties swindled tho people out of uoarly froo.oou iu this locality. One of our ministers i.s out $15, two, and what you iy about sjcurily ii no g.Kxl, because bis laud security is not worth the pa ier is is written upon. The Atchistn, 1'opeka & Santa Ke road certificates ho bad no authority to m no. As to hi-, connection with the Northern Pacific. 1 know notiiing, but I do Hay tltat the minister who en lor -e. I that IU,00U note Iu bank is out just that amount and every one that 1 have Hoard of w ho gave lilaucbnr.l money to invent will be iu the same boat" JOHN M'LEAN'S VIEWS. Tlie Knqulrer Man's Idea of the Coming Ohio IeifUlulnre. Cincinnati, Oct 'Jl. ''Mr. Mclean, what will bo tho complexion of tho noxt legiala turef" said a roportur to the proprietor of The Euquiror. 'Tho Democrats will have a nmjority of three iu the senate, and tbe Uepublicain will lead by nix in tbe bouse. Here are the figure that you can rely on; put them down." 'All right; proceed." "In tbe senate there will be 20 Democrats and 17 Upublicani. There will bo 6S Re publicans and r.'J Democrat) in the house On joint ballot the Hepublieans will have a majority of J." "You still claim the entire Hamilton county delegation theuf" " ithout a doubt 1 The board i f canvassers Tuosday morn ing resumed the count of votes cast on elec tion day. Ths Fifth, Sixth, Hnveuth ami Eighth were completed without material change. iot the Irop on tlm Fine Worker. COLUMiit's, Ohio, Oct, 21. Joyce, tin Democratic county clerk, says it is pretty well known us to who the parties are who penetrated frauds by in creating tallies on the Thirteenth ward tally-sheets and that the parlios are in close iimu-tor. The Republican agree on this, aud do not hti late to sny .some sonationnl nrrosts uru Jiabl.) to occur soon. The better clar-s of loinocrats and iipublicaus are determined that the guilty parties shall not ojcapj. AN ILLINOIS LYNCHING PARTY. It Fatuity Shoots a Criminal in Distrust of the Law. 1'EomA, Ills., t. t 21. Tbe Journal BurdsLown, Ills., special says: A lynching party took John H. Joiiei from the jail at Y uicbester 1 uesday m ruuig and hut him. only olio shot taking oll'oct, from which lie will dia Ho bad been in jail at Jackson ville since last fall f r cuttiti ; several peo ple with a knife, among whom woro two women. He had btou brought hore for trial and the mob thinking be would not be toil It with according to law took it into their own hands. The PrUon Ite former. Detroit, Oct 21. The subiect for dh- cussion at Tuesday morning'a so-sion of the JNationai i'rison Congress was "Disciplinary Measures in FrNnn." The discussion win presided over by M. J. CasMdy, warden of the Cast.rn Pennsylvania penitentiary, who opened with a papir iu which be fa vored substituting those knowing their busi ness in placa of the political aud ignorant prison otlicials. lie reviewed thj question briefly, and Introduced 1L W. McClauzhrv. of Juliet, who real a paper on ''JVison uuihments. ' He telteved tbe best way to reform the prisoner; is to reform tb. prLon olUoiah, Vindicti venes in the application of penalties should ha 'unkuown. The simplification of rule- was advocated. All prison ollictnls shout 1 of bin govern bv friendship. As to methods of punishment, be left that to the otib-ers puni-hing, but he opposed penalties th it are humiliating. rnson labor be indorsed ai a necessity. Mobbed a Street Car. St. Louis, Oct 21. Monday night eisrbt or ten men boarded a Washington avenue street car and attacked tho conductor and driver, both of whom were badly beaten. The .passengers in the car were puuic trickeu. Home tried to help tbe employee and others struggled to get out Finally tbe attacking party tired several shots. Ono it the bullets struck an old colored woman in tbe thigh, inflicting a painful wound. The woman's screams seomsd to demoralize tbe ruffians, and they fled, escaping arre& They are ttupposod to be .strikers. A llurlinffton F.xtension. Chicago, Oct 21. Article of incorpora tion of the Omaha & North Platte Hail road sompany have been tiled in tbe Nebraska tecretary of states . th -e. This is an ex ten lion of tho Hurlingtoi Ac Missouri, and Oen jral Mauager lioldredge says of it that it will , be built It wdl run from Omaha to the north west corner of Custer county, Nebraska, xmnecting with tho Oran 1 Ldand & Wya tilng Central lino, with branches to Kre iiont aud Norfolk. Surveys have been jommsuced and the Burlington proposes to aegtn work in the spring. The Visible Grain Supply. Chicago, O.t. L Visible supply of ;rain in the United States and Canada; A heat, 4b,7J5,y?o bushels; corn, 4 3J0.337 Misbels; oats 4,405.375 buxhels; rye, SI3.14S usheU; barley, 1,1 5 1,7 S3 busbals. Kew Yokk, OcU 11 According to the Iguring of the New York produce exchange, .he visible supply of wheat is 45, 179, 4S2 bush U, and of corn 4,837,1:3 bushels. ira aod-Aeeidant lusurance in reliable companies at lowest rates, apply to E. Liebcrknccht. real es tate, loan and insurance agent, and nota ry public. Collections made. Office 171 ! Second avenue. - eodtf EXTREMELY EXCLUSIVE. A Cl-c?lnml, Ohio, Family Who tlon't " Ntitjhbar" Worth Cent. Cmsveland, Ohio, Oct 21. In an unpre tentious residence in 1 bee leer street there Itasticside t fur a number of years a family by tho nume of Figo. The blin Is have al ways been S:currfiy la-tone i and Hie uiigiib.jrs have never seen any of fie ifiin.it 's. Tbe mauii'et eel ion of the .Htniiy ccas ioned the great o-t ioWr nt iutiie neighborhood and a number of plans werri inid to conijjel th. iaiuily to show ihemsdve . Every plan, however pr- vd frn.ile-. A rnimb-u- of pluiaii (jjropic cit zmi-. have c-alled at tbe residence to ii:ipiire if this ininate- did not desire their aid. In every iu-tance t:jiy wore answered by a vuk'i' proieediug tbrotigt) a hole in the hot-,. thaukihg them, but declin ing any , a'-eistauce. Monday tbe head h elllcers cal led, but were r l'd-.d a.IiiMttaoca. They stated that they were cotiiis'tied to look into the 1-niiitary i 1 p ii in-.on ol' tho iiou o. After a grtat deal ot' iifMiat.oji tho dtrfn was o p -u-d. Tho o.il i.e. onreioi a largn room well furnished. Too ui iu hl stood 1-ot'ore tiiem ajipeared Ut bo ahi.ui- 4-j yeurs of nir", uf p.eu-a.it udt.'ies nil I well lr':;o I. Up iii otitoiug the next r.i .in ibf i iilc-'i di coveroiLu m .th rsur r ai.i.U-.l Oy )V.-u children, tlui ol isl u boy ai oul io .ti.r-. 'i hp inolhor was well die t.t ami givo ver iuteliigoot utiswers lo nil toe ii i lion-, uso.1. If, was learned Mmt Lb i.f-.u und wife hu I rusnlul l!ire lor a iiuioti. r of years rearing and cduca m,-; toeir ;anu)y. '1'Im husband poitl, mo t of bis time locked i ii i ui a 1 ed rot -in. Tb rou ms w 1 iiiw.ty.-i i.-.tiio t nud children tuivor or untied lo no ioto ilto yard or :ti. ttr to io men hy any on-. It i th light C:e t l l.- .t hoy bi.ng .ill the food L, Ihe h-.u ut l.eioro d tyluii:, and u bjr (bo-k ill tl.O eveuiil.. lil lopiy It" li:t tjiielioli .1 lo wiii.t me las h.i i.a 1, 1 lie in :i ai.sv i' 1 that i.e d .. licit atrd ba bad e .'i y Luitig ti-.-waotel, ,ii i that, he e. ud I. is I'.iioily oidy WiMirMl I. n. at and i,- led nlo. Hard Coal Market I'cu cunl. ifT.IM); nito and t.'Lru'. t7.75j runtrr, litil anil iSo. 4, JfS uo pur ton; scrociH'tl mill delivered nil best 1 1 1 ? i ! i t y tf nnllirneife. Kxlra enrUije eburiMl on infers of less limn one ton. Ithick-'iTiith's en it, Connelly vi Ho coUo nnd elitin .tml . liioii SirtiU'l uveniie. K. (). Fiiakk. A new (own in Alaska i.s KbtL-.nl lin, Molinnv's Villnt:." It is prepared from Sarsaparilla, Yellow Dock, Cherry r.uk, Tipsissewa, MamlraI.e, Dandelion, mid other well-known vcgulablo rcmedit'-it Th-j combination, prportlon, and preparation aro peculiar to Hood's Sarsapurllla, and effect the most rcmurkablo cures wliera other iutdicint-3 fall. It cures Scrofula, Halt Jiheum, T.oils, Thuples, Humors, Dyspepsia, r.iliou-.ness,Siefc Jleadaclio, Indigestion, Uencr.-il lability, Catarrh, liheu inalisni, Kidney and Liver Complaints, dispels that tiied feeling, creates an appetite, and build up the whole system. The "OOOP NA5IF. AT lloMR" Won by Hood's Harsnparilla ii uiieipuilled In the bislory of medicines. Much Is Ms popularity In Lowell, Mass., where it is made, that whole neinlihorbooils are taking it at the sauio tlmo. This success is extending all over the country. Jlooil's Sarsapnrilla is the only meUicino ot which -an truly he said, " too 1 loses Ono Dolbir," which is nn unanswerable nri:umcnt as to Ktrcimtb and ecu iv. other preparations will nverago lo l;rt not over sx week, while a bottle of Hood's riarsaparilU contains 100 doses and will last a month. Hence, for economy as well ns for health and strength, buy Hood's Sarsupa rllla. Head for a book containing statements of many remarkable cures. Hood's Katsnparilla 1 sold by nil druggists. Prepared by 0. I. HOOD & Co., Apothecaries, Lowell, Alfe. Trice Si ; six for 5. ROCK ISLAND FULTON MARKET ! J- Mr.YKK, l'r Oysi'Ki.'s, Finn, Oa.mh (in Season.) Tlill'K, Pkis Fket, TONOI'K, l'lOKl.p.D Goods, Etc., Etc., Opp. Union Square, Nos. 1917 and 11)19 Second Avenue. JIALF CiLNT A WOIU'. Tnr nors herviif!e-i 1 publish h. this col li inn all a 'Vt rtir uiciiif ol I.it. Found. For Iiont i'orbflle. Ue'nlor Itoenii. WttiiU-rt. and chnHtir notices, ut the low rule of one-tut If a cent a word sen Quire a v,oru, nut uo auvt-rti?cnit-tit leep than K-n ct-uLs WANTEK A cirl for seacrsl housework; call at 130' Third nvi uue . . . 17-fat WANTED A situation an clerk or offirc work; Box S37, Moline. iti ; FOR SALK "id uaners for talc m aay Q'ja-iity at thiiotnce.cheup. FOh KENT A flne residence proper! in feln nrtt a.lctitioii: stven roo mn. wnttriti ihe lion". icood out-hoiifteh, everjlhinr in nrt-clafs condi tion. Moderate rt-nl. Enqnircof F. M. sinneil. Foil ts.U.V'- Nixtv lot? in mv aldil;ons -othe city f-atefi tu,siiil t.o ionr yearly paymcDU', wilh I 3-MW kiwu- Fi ouiiuiu. 1 Ii l)VE3TFOET THE MARKETS. Chicago, Oct 91 The market quotation! on the biari ! trade, to-ilay. wore a follows; VThat No. October, oixneil 7:HtO. closed Ssie; No vember, ojwiiod HHic, cIo.e-1 B7cj He eimiter, opened ft '4, eio ed ''C. I oni No. a October, upon- i -lie. close I 41?4o; Novmler, nrtiitd 411)40 cionl Hi ;; year, Ofieued idosej oi Oatt No. Ue bdier, jienii 1 and do o 1 2.rj -; November, opotie.t and clo-ed -,'': Alny, ipoued -I'hc, clo e I :.".tt fork November, opened mid elost 1 fS.4"i; December, opene.l a d tdoed $S.."h, Jaou.irv, t 'period . ii . oios d U. -1 7S- Lard November, opt-ll 'd tlo, clo-wl f.i.i'7. JJivesucli The Union stock yards rp-ir th fiilioW'iii range uf prices: llos t'u market oeujd t) n -t an t tirm Ht advne.i of 10c; Jitfht Kiul.)-, $:i 40y43.S.i; ruu packing, $;j.;!'Ku;i.oii; heavy packing and shipping lot-, .i.."0(iid.S;l. I'roiJuce: Hutter Kuncy cranrnpry, Sliji :::; dairy, lolte; puctiiu, per 10. Kj IJUoicj i-rtcdudlui ITto per do, Potatoes Karly imo, l'(u.d''0 and Uur banks, -l-'1 K4' 4,10 p-r bit on track. F--ultry ChickeiH, (t.vS; ducks, yV; turkey-, 10c )jr 11'; prairai ebiekmi 7. perdi z. Apples Fair to pol, l. JoirfJI.ol), and choice to fancy, l.7:!d)-.0J er bb!. Now York. New Yoiik, Oct 'JO, Wheat N-t. '-i rod winter, Novemtjer, UVJ'e: do i),ieeinber, !''.; do January, $1.01 1 Corn No. 'J mixed. .November, Ollt: hi. I; do Decern I tor, 4!l'a'e. Oats No. '! nuicrtd, ih-V'c bid Oetobur; 3 a No vember. Kye Dull and uomiiiul. Darlev Nominal. Porlt Dull; mess, $'.i.00(uj 'J."i. Lar.l. t.lW October; $ti.'U November, ht. Ituis. Sr. Lor it, Oct. 2'X Wheat Active for December and May, but Very uiiaoLtled und i.fWoi-; No. red ea.ih, p: .J. tober, li'e; Deccinliijr, 'Sifoi-'ji'; Mny l.0SY. tV rii Ku ier and a.te ii ; eiiHii, -i'.i.jfl i-.i 'e; 1 h-t o r, .'Viej c d iriuary, oIe. (.bit Al -ul ca-li. l.'ISi'e; Novomlur, '-M;-; De live Kinn; fiiiift :ilt ,.'.. ynai', US -toady; eomii r, 7 Steady; fl.lKl. IVovisbm-. fork Lard, u (:.; $.Y0 u-ko.j. lllMiIlllH. Mh.vvaitki-:k, Oct. L'J Wheal -W.-ak; easli, N.ivpinbr, aafit'; U'emt :r, 'e. U.;rn -Nte.uiv 41 -4c Oat -Dull; No. U, M.'.e." C,) n.;l; No. I, lij.). Uailt'y SU uUy; To!. -Jo. TOI.KDO, Ohio, O Uvo No. i, Wheal Q-ii-u; N . a to:t cssii, Woe; No vumber. DihviiiIhh-, !7'c; January, liy-; liyorua ry, fl.dd'; May, $I.u,j. Coin y 11 1! mil weak; ca-h. 4oo: ivvt'ni nor, 1. y-nr, May, HH;;. (Jats Jia.-y nni ouii; i-a-h. v7c; iN'overuher, -7J''; May. 'M Clover i-'ood 'Jorii; ca b or tletol.-ur, f.'i..'.'; Noveinlor, $".;Vi isioi1; Deombur, 5,05 a ke.l; January. 5.7i u-.k-d. ' t'un'Auo. Aillrle. opi'hiiii.'. cloto'iit: Wu't Ainriii-i .... Sep! . 1 ct. M HML4 Nov. H1U .0'b LOitN A nt'iu-1 Hepl. 'l".'Ji Oct. 1!t Al1 Nov. tl'4 lll'a Oats A upii?t . . !Sepl . J5'A Oct. -j.'i'.i ar' Nov. -r I'lHiK A llfll:-( .... .... Wept. Oct. ts .Irt M -'7 Nov. h 1 j ;jr f.Aiih - Aliil . .... .- Wept t hM. ti nr. r 00 Nov. Ti H7l' 5 !" Kill- Aie-ii-t Hepl Oct. ! :tn a 3d Nov ft fi;i r( 1-2 lloire Titill; ii jlii, ,J 30 ll ill; mixml, :j Hn. ;i - h nv, ;j frfi;i8 W) ItOf'K ISLAND. Ht 2iir ll.iy Tim. -no S 1 IMI !lav- Wil.l-JilflHI. Kye I"'. 1 'urn tlil ir.i'. New. ;!i'c. Pol roH'i----ll.; Ohions W Co-. '- So'i l : li.ioi n ri. oi'l v 001 im. (HI TWENTY DAYS. DR. NICHOLLS, THIS CKJ.HDUATKI) English Specialist, Liito of iontlon, Knglaml, WichcH to fnfnrni the fitinens of Psvcnpott anrt vii inily Mint he lew lor tiled nl ihe Eldridge Block, Con. Fifth anBiA1y Sts.. Far lll 'J'n illiTirllt uf n;l CHRONIC DISEASES, And all Dkphsos PECULIAR TO WOMEN. IThc Dorter particularly Inviie all caset thai have hoi-n given nn hv other )iliv ritciims . CONStrbTA'liON KltKK. HIIci! Iiourn from ft a m., to I'i in ; 1 lo r, and ii to !t p. in. If you nrf lifiiiiij iv ll uinler the care of your own ptiyb'iiin. do not crll on inc. hh our province. l lo l relit Iliuse Wlio catinnl IliiU roller oltierwine. . o7"eTmTles Engrayer 01 Wood. EXECUTES CL'TS OF Buildings, Machinery, Por traits, Animals, &c. Also Electrotype Plates fumWicdlrj any nniQlf i. -r'Wre and ltesldt'tiCL-rt'Ur of Chriotlun 1 ham?). Braily lrt.etl tuMMeon 4tb and 5tli, DAVENPORT, IA. C. P. SW ANSON, . Contractor and Builder, No. 21 21 4th Ave., Residence, No. Seventh Avenue, ROCK ISLAND, ILUNOia. 1 R. CRAMPTON & COMPANY. We do PLUMBING of all kinds, including Sewer Work. Call and see us. WIL LARD BAKER & CO.'S OpjtoHite Harper Floitne. Rock Island, - Illinois. Millinery -OP SPECIAL SALE THIS I FF A NN N ')CrY Y A A N N NO I ' Y Y A A N N N C ( V Y A A N N N Y Y V A A N N N 1 1 V Y A AAA N N IV t! Y A AN N Nl' Y A AN NNt' r Y A AN NN Vi V Wo have just received 100 DOZEN of the above which we will divide into two lots, At 10c. and at 15c. lon't forget that wo have every IhiiiK New arid esiruble in Millinery. Bargains in every Department at the Fair. EMERSON & CO, "ttii : -jrAm.," t3F"A. TKEDICK, Manager. Newcomb House Block, Davenport- GEOKGE Restaurant and Beefsteak, Oysters At Lett har Hnrm'u IMnco, corner Firwt l Avenue hijI ihli-cuth HI f JOHN T. NOFTSKER SELLS Acern Cook Stoves, Early Breakfast Cooks, ART INVINCIBLE,) u j tj west minister, Hard Coal Heaters, LAL HEL, ) with tlie tfclehraleu Duplex Utotf. -ALSO fiCHi Oi) fj o li o n u r. o f h n fin o o t. rrD fi:b D Ii F NN ii I" r.rt J I D V. N UU1 KKK N ii n Kit n mm oo ixix uui kkk Soft Coal Parlor Stove, the finest Stove out for Illinois Coal. t3Be sure ani see them before buying. ' departm THE WEEK OF- A TTTTTH H KKKK ItKRIt SSBS A A T II II K K I(H A A A T II II M K Ii H A A T If II K K H M A A T nilllllKK liUBli KSSS AAA A T II II K K K 8 A A T II II K It R N A A T II II K K KH S A ATM IIKICHKIt K SSSS PA. H JL'S Oyster Depot. and Game in Season, Rock Island, 111. THK n hh&nh N T1TT A RHIt T A A U ti n t n r Wo i n ev nnn. N N 2 'I AAA K U NN T A A H B A A KKK hi, -oh I i iuuc I L A.