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ROCK ISLAND, .HON DAY. OCTOREK 2, 1SS5. VOL XXXIV. NC 7. UNDERSELL Is the all Meaning Word in -H.u!y t'asli Mini Large GOLDEN r h n h rss 11 IIIINN II 1 1 1 J N fs II II II N r IIHIIII li s II II II N 11 II II N It II II N ii II II N N Nit N N II N N Ii N Mi TO liH'V AND skm.- Cheaper than any Our Mammoth Store U literally packed wtth the Latest Hlyles of Now Kail .od.-4, isoiihI stin of Men's, . Boy's ami 'hihlreiis Clotliiinr. 1 ..its. (Jans ami KurnislmisM, and ii' our Low l'l.'ioi.- will ai'iMniijilish our object, we shall succhciI. While other Mer chants generally mark' New Clomls up anil reduce them only near the cud of iIid season, we have marked all of our New Kail loods at the lowest roi'k bottom juices from which there will never be any deviation or reduction. (1ICN Tt.KMKX MV rail ynur nilcntimi t mir Jlrr-hiint Tiiilorinis 1 . no I num. We nltviiva ruiTV tin' I.uincsl Assorl mi.'iil, un.l i r' luukiii!; C'Uilliiny I l". I"'! (fhl Hii:uir IIi:in i.IIht tail. im I'hiiiijri!. Lwlii'S and lifritli'liifli art) woli'.'tm- In limk over nur u.'iv flock. wliclliiT liuri'liasi! nr mil, we shall rcurivc jmu will. ii.uiii'sj-. The Golden Eagle I'ost Ollice A. l.oEH, Mang'r. J. 13. ZCMMEK, MM MM KIWI! II Ml It l'Ct'i II M -M l M M U ft I! II II M M 1 M K - I! IM! II II A N N N II A A N N JS II A A N NN M M M M KKK Illtltlt II M .M M M I'. K Ii I! IIIUIII A A N N N II II A A S N N II A ANN N M M M Kl'.lvK i" U CC'I'l) It II A AN NN Has rer-ivtMl liis Slock of HW LL A X I WTNTTJCIi SU1TINGS,I1 AND OV.MEOO A.rLT. N U B, A larger and tiner stock than ever. No. 1810 Second Avenue, liock iHland, I Our Kali luiiortalioiis of II Suitings and Overcoaliiii.s ffe' f are rei)lete with all the C A?))' Novelties of .he sW X Xyyy We ohalh'iiRe r)' S 'omiiarison in our yV line of Hats and Men's r.r"' 'Furnishing (ioods generally. DAVIB Deeue's Block, Moline, 111. liar SI Kl the Commercial World Quantities enables the- ,0 iJi .lA, EAGLE ssti 'i"i r i i II liCHIt Kit in: i;r (I II UK Competing House. Clothing Store Block, Hock Island, Illinois. i rt'T'l' T T TTTIT A 111. no Hit T A A 111, l in: T A A 11 I. II l II , T A A III. . it ' Hi T AAA III. I O K T A A 1 1 I . II I K T A All 1,1,1.1.1. OHO It T 1' T & .CO., PLUMBERS Steam Fitters. A fi.iiililflc ftotk of Pipe, Hi ass Ooods, Packing. Hose, Fire Urick, Etc. Sile uts l.,r 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 anil Sewey Pipe. 1712 First Ave., Rock Island, Illinois. Telephone lit. Breidcuc Ttlepboue 10-17. AM MEN'S STOItl'. HE TELLS WHAT HE KNOWS OP SHERMAN'S CONNECTION With the Cirwit-Jnlitmoii Con trnvi ijr lfulti'i- Kiiuw Himmthliitf ImpiHlui, iiit Will Nitt Tell Hum) SlMl)-m-i)l fifiin Oilier Hulk I'HlI.AlfKl.l'lllA, Off, -Col. l'"i?.'k A J-iuir, (..!' 'iud iiiiu-i, lm i.i iUMj-t n i.i r.t t'iy ol' Hon. tii;inl. in wiim'i t!m f. lli.wm,' ri'iit.-ineiil- i A lniir.il Amiiii'ii r-,; ii-i'.ii.j l!.ii. .Siirfliinii's Ckiunot'ti hi Willi tint iJr.oiL J.tltn tnn-oiil.i'KV.iisy i:, lak-fii Inti tUn , i- iva iim loltt l-y Aijii.irni Amihimu: I'.'ll. isUI'l illltlt. Ill F-lrt.lklll to llll) Jiii-.oi'iit. ray..; 1 r..ill viy rl-rtiiy t ti.i tMluU l- h.-Iuii,',! n ly u ttk'i( ra hi It- in i'n-suii ii . Ju'hi.Moit tint iut; Uonl.li!- HU iJoliiV, . My lil'U l.ltlui loi.-i WrlM Ill'Uiai ISU J.i.i., I. ut i vi is tlonn 111 Now Mtunu Unions Lilt III -On II-.. 1 .1.1 II it Uil'ov M,tll Wit-, .out,; on, lint I iv.iim' Ui U fflniit .ii a-. liipiJiy u ioiblt, and ut on.-.' wmiL l li'.'ii. (iiaiiu's hull u to liii'l oiii. IV heli Loi;.iLlior 1 tlnltfil lllllt rtllilt Was up. Ill- !') ply Mini t..itt hn illtt nut know, I'Ut (IjuI U.M'U ttiH KOIIlUllllll -H,l liu-l'. m I li 1 1 li m in t.io riUtliK't Ioi.I l-i.l ol him. Tiln proltiou h il Ihuii inn. in IorH.lll llllH I AiHAiUil, hilt In liu.1 .litnr llillittil IH-L to HO. Jlo rill I llll W..ulii atllll.l tt Culll t-IIUll linl llTHl. Ht tlli'll t'lltl inn Hull- Mr. Stniur.t f iiiiiila to.l .f.om. suit ur a (i.ipor wined tin I t'fi) ii'ii't uiiil iii;rnHtl upMii nl it I'LU'ciitt enlittiHt niKOtin; Mn ro lllJil ln.' l th:il. ill. tut'l MOJil lit. tdiH Mllll' Hint l.o wus not in t.lta huhit ul rHt invm oi.tm Hum thu M-'cr.ttiiiy oi states wliBn-'iipon tbuy lmt --ii-l th it tint i-oiittt U) vury na-iily r;in f.nci; that it c ,iiM Lk in:ilu to !',ail us an or.iin- from toernhiry of war. G.'U. Onmt tden uiil that it ua-. a iliil.iiimliC int-wioii, ami oiut nmler wliieh h. i.'oul't not, h.i M'ut iniditr iliti law. 1 to -aid it t,loy waal.o.1 I.o yiul Uin nriny down th. v; mlli Itlia at Mm li.-ad l.liiit was (l dlllni'1'til: lloii;-,; hut ln coiiltl lint' hi) or dwi'i'd .y ttincrtiiutttiiry ol war ilholl mty dip li'liuill'- iitlsnkm tvhaUWor, AlhT tins cx iltituttioii ti him: "Well. Mint '.(u tluy waiitol moi'' "1 ii.Mi'1. Ktuiw," whs his reply. Alror this coiivM"-ation 1 w.ml invr iiiiin.'.liat.'ly mid cillrtd upon th pr.suluiit wit.itoiit visitint; Kicivitary tfiiiluii or any otUir of tlio cabinet utlletT.-. 'i'lio pr. si iJonl tiM m rraiiklytli.it tliiy wur. to I ihiv CainpUoll ft minister to M"Xu:d ueer.iditl in tlio Jainv. Kovornmoitt, and tliut it Hfi-t thoulit IhL to -en i tii'il. (irant alonpc with liiui; thttt his iti,4li jKHition mi 1 his known friotnl.-hiji for Mexico would giro tli is act hbth bt.aiidin and plaeo our miidri ttr in ti roitttiimidin position with tn govoi'iiniPiu to which ho wan ufcTidit'd. I asked won Jnuiez wa-. 'lh answur emiui that lie hum fit.L;)r lit Ki I'jisi or noar Slciilercy. 1 then si'id: ''Mr. I'r.-si-dent, nhy .Li yon want hi r.onit (m'D. ( li nnt iiion tiiis Hi-rviu.'f" VV .( I stud tlm T- i icnt, "in lifiH it groat ropntati n Hutu n-t well as hero, find wilt properlv intr"ilu'0 our rt'iinii-i-ntativi1." I nil: '"Mr. Prn-ideiit., tliis is a diloai!itic mission mi I (Jmi. tjr.iiir, will not go iipnii it. H will di-ottoy tho oi d'ir if it is iKsiied," 'i'im pi o-itlciit "i'innd very much iiipriel, and said that I in had a very nat rnnrtl for itn. I irant. nnd would not liko toilo unytliiiiff that was tfistoful to him, ytit ho thmht it would bo to tho Inti'i'i'st of th" govHriunimt if )ia would o down with Mi. ('Hinpboll anil prent him to thn Juarea ynvprnmont. Aftr sunie fnrtlifr conversation, lre-pliod: "VVI1, (ion. Unnrock'i command cxtnnds to HI I 'as t and Un. Stioriilnn's sout h of that to tlmpnlf. IOiMur of th(in would wcort our imul-h'r to Mcxii'n to his propm destina tion nnd pri'snnt him to tin Kovernilient to which h.i h nrercilited. Jmt if it would ro linvo tho HjceruiivH of any umUirrasmn nt my c iiiimnnd iurlinles both of tlmso, tuni Hill yn down mysidf." "Vory wfll, - if you win K'-i. that t'tiWt it," Kfiid th" prcsiilBiit. "and it will bi ju-,t H-; wi'll. " In fki'd it in to cull upon tin soc mtnry d' tli-i nnvv, which I did, and (ivn d'ivs' Inter took tho steamer for the culf. Thus wa-i th-' dilhVnlt.y, so I'm- as (Jen. t irant wus eoncuriied, hri'ld over, ami lio wa kept ffotu an cp iii rnpt.ur.) with lh.' i'ini tiei My '' ii"" is thay drislrn 1 hi jet. rid i f him and k'i'phim frou heina eandidate or t ho pr -i leney. Wh-it thay wanted of n' in ( n (Jen., (ir.mt. w.is -nt one ..f tli'' imsit.rv 1 lo not know. Tii.i di-i pussimii l.ftwn"! President Johnson mil in. H'lf neV'T Kot that fur. Olltrr Men T.-H Whit Tlioy Know. Nkw Yop.k Oct. ".'I AuothtU' ooirtri hu t nti lo th. o. iiitrovei'sy riis;d by Mr. IM p.'H's s(nh'iiii)iiL I'rtjinrdiiiK Uen. (Irant mi I Prfsidenh dohu.n was puhlisli'- I Siitur iay in 'ruiiitf in (ho simp.'' of an intervimv w.l.i KieilrifK AV. SMvard, who w.is it distant -oei'ettiry of stiilt und-ir Lineolu and Ji.hu on. Mr, rsiw;ir.l, wlmn sli.tU'ii tlio Dejiaw tclh'V. said; V lnlo can not doubt that Mr. iMpow truilitullv btniof any rouveisatiou with (J u. (iraul, it seem-; to mo like uiiv of tho many mibHppiehelisious of I refliihml, Jolius.Ki, wiio I foun i in four yenrs of rtlieinl and parson n I inturcouiHo. to lo a loyal, patriotic, vory duicrmin-jd and I'.-soluto man. Thu fact that ho was determine 1 and uvea ohstiuuMoii his opin ion', aroU'rtd the oppo-itioti of ottn-ra wtio Hi'io equally dntm mined and cipmlly pitri otie, but wN Inekol at the complex proh lm of rec nslructi m from ii d ill' irent standpoint. i nvfir doubte 1 that Ltitb prirtin. were nineoraly dtisiroiu to r ht iru the (ntos to tlieir oriuin il tiud litu tn-iii -us way. but it t iok yeHi of del -nte mid controversy to find out what th.-it wtiv wns, and to ace mplisii it. Mr. Johnson Ih tnly lielievod that. Im wus cnnv 1 1 im: owl Mr. Liuei. Ill's policy. Irs i pp-uenis b iev,d thntlhiy nor-' earryin nut what would have b en Mr. Lincoln' p"li -v, an 1 that M r. J hu.-'im Wfts l i. wtirt inu; tliom. I had the inoxt initlieit lieli.")f in .lohtwoV-: loyiiltv-, nnd h.fv n. ver :-h,i any lo.isnti t chilli that I) dipf. Slid another titt.oiif-!it bron rht out l-: the n-pew lett-r is (hat of S -iimIoi- Arlfll, who said to a ft-porter at f'ninjoh.-ino Fri day niu-lit that, in tho latter p-irfc of hi ill niss li -ii. (ii iiht imeainn much iiiteretol in a bo.,li called "The Downfall of the Re public,' a mtiricul work which wa. put into Im hauls n umu' others wore, in tho liok of a urns in him and enabling him f or a m nient to forget his sutferuiij; i. In louviri tn wiLh hU pliy.-iieiftti ab.iut t'l hook (ir iut. r.i marked. "1 ha vo been o.iIIa I nn commander of om army t c.nududt th MippriHKiou of tho retwllion an 1 Imvo b-en IwrsoimHy tho mean of prevontins n sub 8quont civil war, ni'micdug and diniijwrom, yet of which little U known." Senator Arkell adds that ( iraul's physi cian in rptrnthiK this rem irk Attributed it Ui pmsil.la mental wandering from physical weakness. Tho g-mtle man to whom he rup-mtPil it, however, a formerly eminent Wall street rinancier, replied that ha reuiemhenji what Gen. Grant referred to. A rumor reache.1 I ie Blret that some portontiom disturbance was brewing in Vashington. liovtrn nient securities dropped suddenly from soma unknown ciuj. tSubsaipiantly il wus learned that the truub.e orientated in the tact that ti ib Johnson, President John Kin's private secretary, had copi.nl and sold por turns if ihe draft of an inland! provUrn itioii in which President J imoo prop -ksl to declare consres ad j uruml, and demand a full representation from- tho southern states as requisite iu any congress that he would recognize as constitutional Thin, (Senator Arkell thinks ws the jchtoio which (irant defeated. t.rn. ltittlr ou the Jokasun Controverty. lkwTitN, Oct. aft. A reporter asked Uen. wutler if he kitew anything about the Cuu troverny stnrteil by Mr. Depews recent let (er rtnrdin lien. Grant relation with President John-on. The general said ha knew -omAthing, and possessed important tlucumeiitaty evidence which weuki not ha made, public until after he wa "rubably. lis had carried on a s.-cret investigation at tlie time, and 4.it n k,k,I hianv damasin facts but i.eith.ir thdio nor tuose Kpoken of by Uen. Grunt were u ed in tho impeachment pro ceedings, because t!te flrat wore not suit! ciemiy o iclusive nnd the lit-t were not fen. w u. s Uraut kept own eouu-iuL Gen. i:iller V-vi lently IWievet that Presi Jf nt J.ihu -.i m wns n;HK'1 1 ill -onie oort of ivvoiutioi.-nrv corsr ir.icv. Uli.it H AIhii'h Tfiiitnr Will Hit. 'JMAHA. Nib., Dot. yft. A mo-t tleniii-b. crime in reported fr un Watii, in this statfc. On a (arm neur that town, Vrtday allr tioon, a trinn natned ltroidt and a boy ti(ed years wcni tending a fbreshiiiK unit hiu. While at work th.i lul ac id, n! ally fntl.eto.l .i --liht cut on Ur&ndi'K hnl. This enrnfd ue lntti'1', and bo nit-ret dire thraats :iin-tt hi-i jJtitiy compiini-tii. The throats ro cxeile I end ulr.rrn.'il Hie boy Hint h lint .otitrol ot l.iuieil', an I by itn involuntary an v.'iiviit of his knilo nniii cut I fraud 'a hand. Itriiu.lt, inrtirinted beyond nv.-j - him tbpre npjli j;lMbl-od the boy. .,11,1, h.iedle-.s of his wild fipH;iU for in.'t'cy, Miru-d, him h.m I lirtt into the (y Under. The lit.tl i vbtim's head wu. iit-.hiiitly torn from hi-, body tin I a inonient Inter piee?- of llsh mi l t onus i-ninn nit uf tlw wpout wtiero th t rain in di-eliniK" l. P'i'andt tied, but- win pnr-ued end cap! tired. lYr goinn renon ho was not Iviichixl He Is now in jail in W'ac lleuth in the .lower. CiiH'Aon, Out. "(V - Three men lo'-t (heir lives l-'iiilay by nsjihy t iatieii in the toun of Lake. Peter Moonay ami lul ward Mc I'nrthy, in the employinuiit of John lirtjnntk, want into the mu neuvrof th- -toL-lf yaribi at the rear of A rhwiiir' pack iii-litjiiso, nheut !t o'.-l.wk, for the purpose of !.'enuuii it out, as it ha.l leen stopped up Wteveti Hrenock, who ha- been working for his brother a- foroin!in, heiird tl men call for help, and immediitlely fellow 1 tho other two, thinking to give then) asis lance. Neither Mooney nor Mel'iirthy lived more than tlvn minutes, and nit hough Itreiiock was taken out alive, nnd revive ! i-nonh to land up, bin heart c.Mied to Iwm nfter a few hour--. Me wn nftelided bf Ir. 1'uldwoll. I nt. di d about 9 :(d o'clocli. Tho newer was linrribly foul and the jrUSis Mirroundin from it di.-olored silvm- in' (he pockets i f bystanders. Hhietl on lUilonai"let. Wasminuton City, Oct. 3(X In the dio cesan conference of colored Methodist Kpicopal prdachers which Is Ikmiih hold here, 'Professor A, K. Holoiler, n dis tiujiuifilipil and highly oilucated o nnlbnl, upon bet iik mtrtxluced, said: "I'm a na tive of the Fiji Islands, gentlemen, and J have eaten hnninn tlosh many n time. I win born a cannibal, nnd was accustomed toea mi sionaries. In my early ibiys I livec principally on roast d mi.-dniiaries aut boiled rice, but I have Insen a inissionar myself theso thirtv -11 ve years," "What does hiiiiifin tlesh tiislo Mkei" ft quired the birdiop. "Pretty much like mule," explained tte distinguished stranger. 'Vou can hardly lell the ditVeronce," said he, "between young monkey and Mjuirrel, and boa cun strictor is very mmb like nii.ionarv" "niUKnell' Vinileil hy Ills lul tier. Bt. Louis, Mo.. Oct. 2tV Samuel N. Tirooks" of Hyde, England, visited the jail I'Yidoy eveuins and had a vory affection in terview with his son Hush, charged wilh the murder of Prelfor. The elder Hrooks wn-t overcome with emotion, and had to bo tuppurted during the Inter view. He said to his uen: 'll. would have leeti better for yen to ti dead than hero. Your pour mother is nearly dead and the family i- ruined." Pat her mid Min were left together for about an hour. Mr. llrooks tinniy believes his sou h insane. He will remain huro about a week nnd ilu all ho can for his sin's defence. Ilnt;l i is L'7, an l has not been seen by hi family f.inee lust January, when it was aup I itM',1 li) wont (o Ireland, but instead be canm to the Luitod Stale-. ICeceivfd n Lite Sentence. Hi-ooMiNoiioi, Ills., (let. lid. William IL Jnokson, who murdered Ui chard i'arr, was senfencrtd to tlio penitentiary for life by Judge U'-ovos rinturday morning, and tin hour Inter was on the cars en n.ule for Juliet. Tho tragedy occurred Feb. U, IHMfi, nnl in May Jitck t hi was tried, cnvictel, and hang ing fixed as tha jx-nalty. Judge Illudas granted him a now trial lieeauso it was shown th.it one of (lie jurors had said be fore the t rial that "Jackson ought to be hung," or words to that euVet, At tho now trial Jacks -ii plead guilty and threw him self on tho judge's mercy. Jackim was a stranger to Purr, tho two having met for the first time in the village of IViuvors on the day of the shouting. Mot.-ft Mormon Convicted. IIi.ArKi'oOT, id.iho, Oct. iW. The coi. tiou of Willi im (. ( Jarris.m in Urn Unlu. Hfatet court Friday, of tho crime of unlaw ful cohabitation, is likely to give the more ignorant Mormons n new idea of the lil mtmds law. l.arrison took a second wife UKtiin-t the orders of his bidiop, and was ex pelled from the church. Ah many Mor mons have Lieu taught to believe that the K Irnuuds law was designo I solely to sr.s cuto them, this impartial action L likely tc hnke their faith in the teachings of their leaders. 1 ho conviction has civab-d tt pro found mi pros den. Lisliop I'orter was con vide I mii tin- sam- charge. Ktriliern nml ltynumite, St. Louis, M Oct. ai. A htreot car on (be Washington avenue line, hour the corner of Light-tenth, wai wi-ecke-l P.-iday night by the explosKm of an infernal machine, Air-'. Shea, one of tho passeugur-s was se verely mjnr-'d. The fl r ami one side ol the car were lorn out. It is supposed that tho explosive wan arranged by strikers hul the a trait is a complete myshry. The I .nst Spike In tlm Canadian I'aelflc. Montrkal, Oct. 2i, The ceremony oi driving tho ht spike in the Caniidmu Pa cific will take place in the next tiftoen or twenty days, the precise date tor the event has not been fixed. The scene of the cere mony is a point in the mountain about twenty-one and a half ind'S beyond th seo ohd crossing of tlie Columbia. ti.,. ,i;ci.i...r ,1! o..ii in.n.rn ia reailily cured hy Hoods's Sarsapnnllu, llu; rent uioow puroici. mini iy tin uiu"- lisls. SPECIAL EXTRACTS MOST PERFECT MADE Pimutt anil frtmnt?piit Natural Pmlt Flavnn. I tncuL ElUMMIIt li'jirs ilnmucT i lot Vanilla. Imon, OratiKB Almond. Rose, etc, tuivur as delicately and naturally tb truit. PRICE BAKING POWDER CO., CHICAGO. - - WT. UtVISt Joliii II. TVi-mer Wilis the Itiuc 1 ill riniHiint Island. A hit an v, Ott. iM. Prohalily lO.ihtii H-ifions ilnt sm d tho einole a. nil race for$l,(MH abide at I'leasurt; i.slaml this nflcrnoon lielwct-n Kdwaid, llanlaii ot Toronto, ami John II. Tcemcr of JMcKlh s pmt, Thu weaiher uml water were nearly perfect. '1'liciv was tlnoo font ticslitd in the river, liowevev, wliicli reti dcml 11 haul work for the oarsmen going to the stale boat. The rnro was for three miles wilh luti). In tho belli ni; llunlaii was a 'hot favorite nml many private, wut; ers were hint at odds of $10(1 to 90 tuul $so him. In lim pools sold on Hie iss html iist twfoie thestart llmilan sold first i hoitv nltrMt to Oil ami even lifter Teeim r luul won the loss for position. Teenier selected the inside position which was a considerable nil van time. At 4:110 l he inett were ordered out hy the referee, J allies l' ( trniumi of lloslon. At seven minutes U'fore live, words was iven. Both men were in lim.' condition, Hatilitn L'ol a Irille I ho best start, rowing IHI to Tiemer'slll slrokes to n minute. An e'ijlit of a tntle from the shirt, U inl iit loid the uose ot his honl lo the front, hut w.'is o;uicjno nervously oyer at, his lival fis though lie feared him. The rare was decided before the scullers hud gone halt a mile. (Soon after leaving Hie tjuurtir mile point, Teenier by grand woik, drew up on his rival, mid took the hem), which he never allerwiirils surrendered. Three tjuttrters of a milo from the start Ilatil.in was fin open letipth astern of Teenier and Wf.stakitiy his witsh. Teenier inrreuM'il his lead to the stnko boat, which he reached Ihice or lour lengths in lulvnnee He lurnt d in 1 1 -o mid Haulon II mcoiids lnlei'. Il;ililmi sliueli llie lilioy liL.litiy in hiinin nnd jinvt) up the eons test, Teenier rowetl leisurely home slop, ping twice while opposite tlie Island to Ihrow kisses lo the spectators and dip np water from the river with his hands, lie was widely cheered as he passed 1 tie ly tnud. Ilanlan rowed down til'teeti tnin ules later. He acknowledged that he was fairly heulen by a better man, and bus no exeuise to nitike. The olhchil lime wasMl:Kt. A few minutes nfler Ilanlan had repaired to his quarters, the associat ed presa reporlcr called to see him and propound tics(iius: 'Mr I! anion, what do you Hi in I; d Teenier now y" lluiilon, hiokino up, betrayed siyits of uuiver.sn emotion as he said: ' I am glad to he tlefeated by a man like Teenier, hut I tlont like the idea of falling; out of my boa l," "What would have been Ihe result had you steered safely?" "Opinions and results diflVr." he repli id. "I Hunk I could have won on the home stretch." Teenier, iu response to repeated calls mounted the roof of his boat house tiud said: "(Jefdleinen I rowetl (hi race lo win and have done so. I shall endeavor to do likewise herehl ter. That is all I have to Say." A very large , amount of money was won and loM on Hie race, and the Mills-, hur.'fors, who were here in full force, oo hoiui' hilarious ami with their pot k'els will lineil. llaiil.-iu's shell when il. fouled wilh the stake bout, lip.sid, and Ibeoarsutaii was tltrovn into Ihe water, lie was rescued bvllie people on the judfres' boat, who noli led il and icphiecl H mil an in ii. II:iiI:iii then rowed down lo Ihe linishitio point. I l.i 1 1 1 . l 1 1 says the collision wilh the slate bout Was e"uused hy fl Mrotur current . Hard Coal Have olt bouoiil your hard coal : Walkins Hill will deliver till grade of lend eoiil. (five I hem a call. Telephone 1107. Is prepared from S.irsaparlHu, Yellow , Cherry P.ark, Pipsisscwa, Mandnil.o, Dandelion, and other well-known vegetable remedies. Tho combination, proportion, and preparation arc peculiar to Hood's Sarsaparilla, nnd effect the must remarkable cures where other medicines f.iil. It cures Hcrofnla, halt l.heum, Lloils, Pimples, Humors, Dyspepsia, biliousness, Hk-k Headache, Indigestion, lienoral Hebility, Catarrh, Hheu oiatism. Kidney niul Liver Complaints, illspcta Uiat tired feeling, creates an appetite, and builds up tho whole sy; tem, Tim "GOOI J AM K AT IloMK" iron by Hood's Sarsuparilla is uneipialletl Intha fiistory of medicines. Such is its popularity In Lowell, Mass., where It Is made, that whole neighborhoods are taking It at tho same time. This success Is extending all over tho country, t Hood's Sarsaparllla Is the only medicine of which can truly he said, " loo Doses Ouo Hollar," which is nn , un answerable argument as to strength and economy. Dther preparations will average to last not over a week, while a bottle of Hood's Harsnparilla contains 100 doses ana will last a month, Ilence, for economy ns well as for health and strength, buy Hood's 8arsapa rilla. Send for a Ivook containing statements ot many remarkable cures. Hood's Sarsapurllla is sold by all dniggists. Prepared by 0. I. IHMHJ & CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mus. Price fl; six for !. HALF-CENT AW OKU. Tim: aba en herenrter wi 1 puhlili in this col iiTiui nil a lt-riict mi'iui of I.o-t, Koiiinl. Fur It-nt t'or Sale, llo trd or liooin-, W:uittU. snd niinihiT mitliiP!', hi Hie low rate of one hull g crttt a trort ''acli llk-ure a word, hut Im lulvcrtiwau-iit Ii-ki. (Iian ten cents. F: hi: salk, old papkrsj in ANY ipointlly at tlilBoilk-e, cheap. FOKSALK, A Qno SECOND 1IA.ND -- 1'mno, will he sohl thottp Knnuireof S-tt lOTUAK lliRVS. V6ll BALK, SIXTY LOTS IX M Y AO-A- ditioie ottiecityi.f Itock Is.nnil on (our yettr ty payment, wild iiiltTi Bt Rt six er cent per un uttm. It Un VKMt'UT Voil KKNT, A SEYKN UOOM HOUSE corner Ninth uwuue and Twentieth ctTcetH. liock Inland. pOU liENT, A FINE RESIDENCE -pmperty in binnttt aduilion; peven riNiniH, wnicr in the hou-e.trotid ont-hoiide, rvryitnnif iu li ret -el a condition. Modersie rent. Kiepnrc of K. H. SlNMETT. WANTED, A GFNTXEMANOF GOOD aJoreHs. lutelllirent. mid ti Inir a fair Ent llfh education, ut out -door buIcmiwd. Miict lc ovrai year ufd.: apply lo l. jr. Collier, in Main etreet, UiviiiporL, Iowa. 4J-lw tfliilSili THE MARKETS. Chicago, Oct.' 2t The market quotation on tie bxird of trade, to-day, wuioulollowj: W'hvat No. li October, opened H,i closed- b4c; No vomber, ojionn I Ml"Bc clod Mcj Do vomher, opeiioil SSc, cio.-eil bfjo. I 'on I No. a (.tetolwr, ojMiie l 4ll'c, cImmj I 41,o; Novemlier, opeueil :t'.i!.'. ehe.l HUc; your, opened Iiiiii, celosfl 1 o'.ie. Oats iSo. 2 Oe tobr, opened nnd -hMd Novem bor, oponwl "J.ij'e, cIomxI Mny, i jioued yytfo, clo e l .-ii;4 -. l'or Nuvemlier, opeuot -o. closed fs li ; lit'cai n lor, openet MW' do t ts.'-'i.; January, ujtenetl HI., elosnd t'.l,i7. Iwird Novem ber, opened " . KTi-y . cloned Cfi.S-Y Live stock 'i'n Union Mt -ck yard t rep rr' the toll. i wont range of priess: ilogs i'ti market opened lairiv uctivo and steady; light graiH-, ;Jj(C'i-V; r-uffh pack ins. f.t.ooiit;!..1)'); heavy pai:mg an I Bhlppiui; lots, $o.5f.(.f li.T.'i, ' I 'utile Nothing tluin; vaiuits iioniueii; g.Miorally steady. 8hcnp No chang.; unhini ja to gorxl, l..V)(fi;i.4U. I'riMtu.'tu Jhitter Vniiey craumery, yvie;cuoic.,aalry, uw-f)et and packing, I'ht lb. Egs ISc er doa. for clioiei. l'ota toesICariy ri, 4i)t5o 'perbuon track, 5u it(5."o from store; HiU'banks,nnd other varie ties same quotations, fouliry Spnng chiuk ens,'tfe; hein, (i1 ; rooster-i, 4e; turkeys, lue an I due.k-, bidjUc ior lb; prairie chick ens, f:i.0tii(J.4 per tloz. Apples Fair to gootl, (lJTivf $l.'r0, and choice to fancy, $I.7atf0ilW per bbl. Article. Ojiciiintr. :iiwing Wii't Auciif-t .... Sfpi . lift. '.to BHi'i Ney. HM H'- I'HIiN AiiL'iil He pi, Oct. 11',, 1'k Nov. .7.1'i llATs AiiL'n-t Sipi ','S, -,; lid. 21 Nov. , "i't I'oi-.k A tiif o-1 . Sept. on. H :is h e? Nov. H xr H l.Aitn -Aiij in-t .... .... H.pl Oct. ri !'(! . II (fl Nov. 6 'tA 5 tT HiB-. AuiMift tipi oh. f. no 5 :m Nov r ti;i f ci tto.-.i;t.rjNi; hiiiit, -i m n sr.; mixed, iKi.a tu h uvj :j ao.i:i ',: HOCK ISLAND )t.ar.f Ihiy Timaiiij 11 on Mny- Wild- till llti. ltye-4(l-. t'orn -I Hit 'ir.c, New, :Jlie. t'ot.rllot- Olli title. -Sn!i tl : haul fS re. . on! v oml 4 (Hi. TWENTY DAYS. DR. NICHOLLS, TMH f'KI.KHUATEn English Specialist, Lute of lidiulon, Kulanrl, Wihhcfe tn infonn t ho riii?cnn of pnvi-npuit ;idU vteiiniy ui.ii ne ii:im mh an-e in uie Eldridgo Block, Coi;. Fin n and ISiiah.y Kts , l''..r t he Trrjit ni.'iit (if :i:l CHRONIC 1USKASKS, Ami nil OiM-nsen PKCULIAU TO YVOMKN J-Tlic Itoctor p:nliciil:n!y invites nil cafen Unit Imvr In . ii I'ivi'ii up liv nl her pll vnlei:ii4 I'llNSl'l.TA I hiS I'h'Ki:. t'fliec hour-' Imni il :i . in., to X'i in : t to r.. mid H In !l i. in. mi an in il under tlie e.-ire r.f yotn n )ti.iei;in, do no) ri ll mi me. ie; our piov nv i lo I rent tliot-e wlio citniiol liml ivhtd' oOiei i-e IIOI'K ISI.AMl K. MKVKIi. : OVSTKIW, Kjsii, Oamk (iii Si.'iison.) Tiill'K, Pius Fkkt, Ton j itk, 1'ioKi.Kii Ouons, Kir., Klc, Opp. Union Square, Nos. J'.17 .-toil l'.HO Second Avenue. J. 1. SWANSON, Contractor and Builder, FULTON MARKET ! No. 21 2i 4th Ave., Rc-idftnce, No. HHI Svventli Aenuv, f CK ISLAND, ILLINOIS. R. CRAMPTON & COMPANY. We do PLUMBING of all kinds, including Sewer Work. Call and see us. WILLARD BAKER & CO.'S Opposite llaliel Ilniise. Rock Island, - Illinois. ISTKW MILLINERY OF SPECIAL SALE THIS A NN N COI A NN NO A A N N NO A A N N NO A A N N NC A A A A N N NO A AN N Ml A AN N N 1 ' A A N NN i;i'i II V V II V V V v Aro Jiiivh jiiKt rticeiviHl 100 DOZEN of tlit h1hvi which V( will divide into two lots, At 10c. and at 15c. Don't l'u;ct lliat we have every tiling New anil Desirable in Millinery. Bargains in every Department at the Fair. EMERSON & CO, "THE JK'A.II?.," ggyA. TKKDItJK, Manager. Nivcomb House Block, Davenport (iEOKQE l'TV 13 1S& Restaurant and Oyster Depot. 15KKF&TEAK, OYSTKIIS AND ClAMK IN SKAHON, Al Lolliwr ilitrii.'H I'ljict". curncr Filt I Til Avi-.inp ..nil lilKlilri'iilhSI I IVH h. ISI.IIHI, ill. JOHN T. NOFTSKER SELLS Acorn Cook Stoves, Early ART INVINCIBLE,) ft l r- 1 U, - west minister, t Hard Coal Heaters, LAUREL, ALSO fii.O OO I. null f-'KK ti tl O O I. I. i K li .. o 1. I. I KK Soft Coal Parlor Stove, the finest Stove out for Illinois Coal. 55Be eire and see them .before buying. DEPARTMENT Till! WEHK OK II ltltit.lt; HIIKK SHHS 1 1 It It 11 II It II UK II H l K IIIUIII It tt nuiii: ssss II 111'. II II lift li II II K il II II Itntir li Breakfast Cooks, With tin- r, L-rr:.I.d ll.tpl.-x Olsle. THK NN tt fcS.S. TlvrT A RHR N N H T A A R H N S N "SHS T A A KKK i fx