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HOCK ISLAND, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 5, 1SS5.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
vol. xx xiv. m 15.
WE CHALLENGE THEM ALL I
BARRING NONE!
On Price, Variety of Style, ami Elegant Fits in
Clothes for the
Clothes for the
Clothes for the
Clothes for the
Oh
Hats, Shirts, Gloves, Underwear.
Our New Fall Good ait) now on exhibition anil am full of
attractions; tins main features arc tin' elegant, now
designs anil the
Extremely Low Prices.
SfiM.ur linw stock, it is tho largest in the vicinity. Learn our
prices, they are the lowest in the city. TUB GOLDEN
KAUIiFi makes no hlli! boasts, always duos as agreed,
never misrepresents hut Tills a promise to the letter.
Come and see our late arrivals of
Boys anu Children's Clothing,
They afn really beautiful and so cheap. No trouble to show
goods; gentlemanly clerks to wait on you.
All goods marked in Plain Figures!
Positively One Price;
The Golden Eagle Clothing Store
Post. Ollic.e Block, Rock Island, Illinois.
A. LOEI5, Mang'r.
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lias received his Stock of
FALL JSlD WrN'l'KJt
AND OVEKCOATINGB,
A larger and fmnr stock than ever.
No. 1810 Second Avenue, Hock Island, 111.
Our Fall Importations of
Suitings and Overcoatings
are replete with all the
Novelties of thi
Season.
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DAVIS
Deere's Block,
Moline, III.
Telephone HJU.
Little Ones.
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comparison in our
line of Hats and Men's
Furnishing Unods generally
& CO.,
PLUMBERS
AND
Steam Fitters.
A ct)iutlete ftOfk of:
Pipe, Brass, Goods, Packing,'
Hose, Fire Brick, Etc.
Sole agents for
Water Motors for Sewing Mat-Lines,
Etc.,
Deane Steam Pumps,
Novelty Force Pumps,
Safety Heating Boilers, and Con
tractors for furnishing aud Lny-
ing Water, Gas and Sewer Pipe.
1712 First Ave.,
Rock Island, Illinois.
Teluphon. 114b. Reeidenc. Telephone ll7.
A CHILD'S VERDICT
ADOPTED BY AN ILLINOIS JUDGE A3
HIS OWN,
I'Mtlietlo Kerne In Conrt An Adopted
Chilli L'll(is to Its Foster I'arenL,
ami ffin Honor &ya
'So lie It."
if je.Jlk vj SiLK. ItU. Nov. 5. Au Hir.u-tni
-uiti.u ii.t tiai tii of a oiiit..i wiia trieil
lu-'sluy nmruiii in tlm cirruit ccurL
Abt-uL Viva j e.trn Mu M.iy CucauaUiih
i.i ten a tuil I t4(iUE 4 ys.lfi il Vfrtx
give" to Mr. t;ii i Mr;. Jolin HlmII.,
of Jia-.t A. Iiui-t, by her Rteji
fHtitr, man ntwnrxt Will in mi. to rai-o.
fin.i with hi, consent th-'j- a ipUa th& ch;l I
s tiirfir own, Laving no oHu-e. Tho cliiiti
was brouiit tip ami bout lit school l.y
1m r miojitoti jiaronh, who UiJ all IVr
lior tbey (v.ul ( imva Aoaa in tlieir fir
cuimtftmM for chiU if tboir own. 'Jhe
ciiil.t b)td on Aunt nuinml Aim. Mirv
Honry, who ro-idoa in Chit ugo, but for i-i
yt'ar- uer aunt law or took tlie slit;Iitoit in-
ti'ru.it as to how her oriiimn nioci wns get
'.ni;4 along. Tint tii coVtiy one day, Lou.
jvor, that the litUs mrl, wlio had beoa
ulofitod ly the ISoiitt's. had fallen hair to
motile) laud in Missouri caused Mrs. Ilonry to
lo.'i an ntTectlon ft-r Iht more which alio hud
not exjri.Jiicod b'f.oo. S!ie liad her elf
iippomtoj nardiHii for the chil l and thon
(Miu-rod suit against the Scott for tho
uoiMt.-tololi ut her nieije. The Hoott-i, who
It utt lo ar tied to love the little child,
wtiro iuul-u cuat dowu when
i uy Joaruod of tho action of
UiT aunt, but retained c uiho!
mid resolved to Hp lit the mutter iu the
I'ouriti. Tim rant came up Tuosday
iniTJiitig, anl Mr. mid Mm Ncott, when
placed on tiio stan I, told vury pathetically
t how thoy Und ruceived the little girl
vvlion 1 most a btihj, and how tlm did
everything in tUeir power to bring ail
tii's Miusliine possible into hor life, and
wimt a great sorrow it would bo to
lo e hor now after th'y had learned
lo 1 vehora much as thoy would have
li-vl a child of their own. There was
M'uivoly a dry ew in th t ci-urt room. They
k (id thi?y did not want tho little nionoy she
hud lnlii'ritd, but tuuy could not parfwith
tho child. Tiio httlj girl, a very
pretty and awset-Tai-ei child of about
10 years, wus then nuked by the judge
whii'h she woukl rutlier go with
tho aunt or Mr. and Mr 4. Koott, au.l the lit
tl. tiling, thinking that tl.e julge had given
her tho riht to chooje, and uuininiful of
tho crowded rourt ro nn, throw her emu
around Mr. Scott, and looking with love
in hor eye t at hor adopted iuthor, cried out
in exco m ut jjy : "I'll go with my papa and
mtininiM."
' Sj lw it," .--aid tho judo; "her verdict is
iui:io."
HOCKING VALLEY LABOR TROUBLES.
Frolmbillty That TUvy Will Break Out
Again- More Wages Wanted.
Columbus, Ohio, Nov. frosident Hon.
J. Mcliride pronidod at a tfjwcial convention
of the Ohio Minora' w-toctation held in this
city Tuesday. The ubjdut of the onveu
tioa waa to discuss the propriety of njakmc
nn iumio liate dom in I for a generul
ntivmico in the race of mining of
10 cents per ton, and nUo demanding emi
inonthly pay day a, Tho mineM are a unit
. .n these que tlonn, and hav- for some time
I fen holding s?rut mooting throughout the
11 JcUinjc vallJjp to prepare the way for an
advance. The wjieochos Tuoslay were well
tempered, but firm In the opinion that an
other strike should bo inaugurated in cai-s
thudoinan Ia are refused. In event of the
lera tors' rofu a) to comply another dits-trou-;
conflict betiVi4ii :apit.il and labor, in
the Hocking valley, Heeim inevitable.
The llolphln AtMvpted,
New Youk, Nov. 5. Tho ilispatch b-tnt
Dolphin han boen accepti-d by and trun -ferred
to the govorniiiont. The terms of
the agreement between H'Onttary Whitney
anl Mr. Hoach are expected to bo made
public from Washington noon.
1-iATbh. by the terms of the agreement,
winch i- iu every way satisfactory to the
contractor uud the department, the Dolphin
is transferred to the secretary of the navy,
l,aviis it to bo Nettled by tho courts
whether the va-.se! hm been com
pleteiLoccor ling to the on tract or whether
she ropro.-onts a property upon " which
tho government haa alien for moneys ad
vanced in the cour o of con btr net ion. If
the Dolphin i found in alt respects up to
the requirements of the contract, ebe is to
bo taken by the government at contract
price; otherwise she is to lie taken at such
letflxuni as shall be foifnd necossary to be
spout uMn her to niako hor up in all re
spocU to such Ktnndard.
No Pleurn-l'neuuionla In Ohio.
Cincinnati, N-.v. 6. State Veterinarian
B. S. iSutler writes: '"Ploaso correct tho re
port that I found two en-os of pleuro
pneumonia tit Lancaster, Oliio. I fouu 1
two aninnU atr.'ct.'d with ttilorcu
losis, but not pleura-pneumonia. Ouo t t
tho auimab b iing bn on 1 the reach of n.o.li-
cal skill wait RhtubUirod, anl tlu poEtt-innr-
tem exnin nation roniirmod my diagnosis.
Titero h no cau-e fir nlnrm, an therein nn
pleuro ptieum ma iu the htate at prosent to
my kuowlo ig.).-'
Two I'l-Uuuerm Cremated.
Home, N. Y,, N v. S. The police station'
house here wan 1 urued Tuesliiy niht.
1 wo prisoners nimsl Unuors and ltlion
w. re burned to death. It is stated that the
t.uil ling was entirely diSTted when tho
tire broke out. The keoporilainn to Lave
boen called away on duty. The affair
raussHinu.h excit inent.
Wants Money to Fight Cholera.
Washinoton C'itv, Nov. 5. Tho turgeon
general of the army in his anunal report
fays that the rou po-ttibility, if not prob
ability, of an invasion of chol ri before the
close or the year demand's a provision for
provontion of the spread of that di ;e.-e ia
the army.
Say Sho O.dn't ttopn.
WatERBUBY. Coiiu.. Nov. 6. Btbel Wil
son was brought home by her mother from
Minciestr loeslay nlgat. Khe tayshe
w.'iit with younjr Scott simp. y tt visit hnr
tin;r;el flitter, and did not allow her tnotb
absence from home to .tan 1 in her way.
Deepening Wllntl Catinl.
Ottawa. Out., Nov. 5. The government
will this week call fo. ton terd for deepauing
the Wei land oaoal to fujrteen fodt, so that
vessel of (bat draft may pass down to St.
LAwri'uce wituout llghLeriog. J ne cot
will be about Jl,JV)0,Oi)a.
Arrival of Sculptor XIarthoMi.
Hew York, Nov. 5, M. Bartholdi, the
culptor. arriveil Wednesday morniuz from
Havre on the steamship Aiueriq.t. He w&i
received by a nuiulwi of prominent French
reidfnts.
Jut To Be Heady for Emrrsencie.
London, Nov. 5l A dispatch from Con
itantinople state that the Turkish govern
ujiit has iuobUisad the latest eurolled
Kjdifs corps reerva.
Virv and Aocident
Insurance in reliable companies at lowest
rates, apply to E. Lieberknecht, real ce
rate, loan and insurance a'geat, and nota
ty public. Collections made. Office 171 i
Second avenue. eodtf
THE NEWS IN BRIE.
It f rumored that John R. UeLsan will
auy The Bt. Louis Republican.
A reduction of H cents per pound oa
tugar was made Tuesday by the California
-sugar renuery.
The Ohio supreme court Tuesday denied
the motion for a rehearing of the Scott lair
refunding caeou.
The supreme court of Texas has decided
that a will scrawled oa a candle-box is a
legal instrument
Adam Worst, town treasurer at Franks
rillo, Win., is mis-dug, aud his bouJauisu
lave attached his property.
A German clergyman and an Euglish girl
with romantic ideas married on an iceberg'
n the Arctic ocean recently.
Within a short period 6.00J bogs bava
lied of choleax in Logan county, Illinois,
ud the disease thows no signs of abating.
Thomas A. KJ on's father, an old gentle
nmu of 8i. living in Uichiau, wilt go to
Europe this week for the Urst time Iu his
life.
Muj. Stanley, a New York bookkeeper,
who embezislud $4,5dO, has fled to Canada
feitb a married woman, who met him at
Buffalo.
Th Chicago & Weatorn Indiana and the
Belt Line roads have decided to refuso
the Wit cousin Central an entraca iuto
Chfuaa
An a-signmeut was made Tuesday by
Isaac Hmiilton, a farmer of Madhxui
county, Ohio. Hi assets and liabilitiee, re
spectively, aro about $75,l)M.
Mina Fannie Mills, of Sandudty, Ohio,
wears No. 30 shoes, and they cost $j5 a
pair. She is making a fortune exhibiting
her foot in a New York museum.
A woman's cojony is to be located in the
Han Luis valley, Colorado, and the colon
ists will engage in raising bmall fruits and
domestic animals. No men will be admit
test.
Capt. Alfred Taylor, of Westport, Conn,,
and his wife will celebrate choir diamond
wedding Thanksgiving week if they should
live until then. They have oue sou 71
years old.
li.mil Kioso wetter, Ohio's state auditor,
has Biiod Tha Cincinnati Times-Star for
f5!),O0i) for libel. He was charged by the
paper with being implicated iu the recent
election frauds.
Field's monument to Maj. Andre (tha
British ollloor exocnted for complicity in
Benedict Arnold's treason), at Tappau N.
Y., was destroyed Tuesday night by anPX
plosioii of ilynamtte.
Karly Monday morning, at Wabash, Iud.,
Mrs, (J. Jolli-oii, aged 2H. burst a blood ves
sel, aud diod instantly. The body swelled
to enormous proportions, began to decay.
und had to be Interred in great baste.
Capt. Cook, tho V ale athlete and oars
man, whose skull wns frightfully fractured
by a hatchot In the bauds of a negro at
Philadelphia the other day, is gotting bet
ter. Ho sloop4 like a child, eats all that is
given him, und has no fever.
IJndoi promise of marriage Mis Annie
Ueichei't a deaf-mute, secured from Ed P.
lli-rr, also a deaf-mute, a farm and other
priierty iinar L uisville, worth fl.UJu,
Annie roalid on tho land and removed to
Chicago, and Hei r bogau suit to recover at
Louisville Tuesday.
Near Morrison villa, Ills., Tuesday fore
noon, a cow partially wrecKea a vvaoasn
pasoner train, the locomotive falling on
its side, the mall-car being wreoked, and the
bair'-?o and smoker being derailed. The
emulator and tiremuu were badly hurt, but
tho passengers oacaped with a severe fehak
iug. A suit was filed at Oweusboro, Ky.. Tues
day against Kichara1 Monarch, John Calla-
K hau, and tho Daviess County Distilling
company by Simon (J. Flanuigan and wife
anil others, who are partners of Monarch.
Tho petition sets forth that Monarch hat
practiced gross frauds, and has cheated the
complainants out of thousands of dollars in
various ways, whicu are specified in the
papers filed. They desire an accounting
and settlement of partnership.
Hard Coal Market.
lVacoal, $7.00; crate and epir, 87.75;
range, nut and No. 4. $8.00 per ton;
screened aud delivered - all beat quality
of anthracite. Extra cmtoye c harmed on
orders of less than one Ion. Blacksmith's
rani, C'onnell.iville coke and charcoal.
1!03 Second nvuuue. E. G. Frazkh.
Hard Coal-
Have you bought your hard coaly
Waikins & Hill will deliver alt grades of
hard coal. Give them a call. Telephone
1107.
Saniagei,
At Geo. Wagner tfc Son's: Celerv flau
sage every Saturday and Sunday. Vien
na sausage every Wednesday. a 6
The most stubborn cases o dyspepsia
and sick headache yield to the regulating
fled toiling iullucncL's of Hood's Sarsapa
rilla. Try it.
Extraordinary success every where. A
Hure cure for all kidney diseases is Hunt's
KeuKHly.
SPECIAL I,
EXTRACTS
MOST PERFECT MADE
PnrMt .nil fltranimst Natural Frnlt Flavor.
flavor as delicately and naturally : the frulc
PRICE BAKING POWDER CO.,
CHICAOO. ST. UOVtttm
HARPER'S THEATRE.
Poaitvcly One Nigbt Only.
Friday Eve., Nov. 6th.
MESTAYERS
We, Us & Co.,
A Superlatively Whimsical Mnfdcal Absurdity.
Fcnnt! Verv Fuhnt!
WE, US & CO.,
It
MUD SPRINGS.
I" Two ni.ur and a Hair of Solid Fan.
Seat now on s ale al the Harper Hooe Drug
utore. Hecare wests early. Admiwion 15. AO and
75 cents. Ho ezpa charge for reserved scats
VICUL
UVOMNt
I3CTUCT
Watches, Diamonds,
Money and Jewelry !
OIVEN AWAY WITH
CANd of Tea and Coffkk.
The Merchanta Tea Company, of New
York, have opened a branch in Haven
port, at the corner ot 4in uial Uiniiy
Forrest's block.
Their leas are put up in paper cans,
each crtii wei;hinp, iucludin"; contents 1J
patMiiU, und is sold, can ami contcnls, al
ine umlurm price ot f 1 .00 to one am
all.
The lea itself iw of an excellent quality
and well worth the money.
The coffee is put up in paper cans,
each can weighing, including contents,
about li pounds and is sold, can and eon
1 r iitM. at the same prlco as the ten, viz
$1 .MI per can.
I he ruflVe is hard to beat, gives satis
facimn wherever iwed, and is worth a
dollar of anybody's money.
Every can contains a souvenir of from
ten cents to $."() in eafdi, or gold or sil
ver, watches or jewelry. iiIho genuine dt;i
ilioud jewelry. No blanks. The tea
ami coll'ee beiu worili at a fair ret ml
price inoie Mian ttsktd without uuy re
gard to the souvenirs. This company
takes this mcth-wl to udverline llusr
goods, and alter thirty days these teas
and coffees will Im; sold wholly oii their
merits, by their agents at the same price,
but without the souvenirs. This com
pany liiis appointed over lifly agents in
various eitk:, none of which are now
giviugsouvetiii.j, the time having expired,
yet. each ngeul. lias a l ire ami rnpjilly
growing trmle. us the superior quality of
these gooth ht,ci)me known.
rderHy mail promptly forwarded to
all points of the L niled States.
Address M KKt 1 1 AiN I IS J r. A i U.,
Corner Uh and Urady sts., Forrest's
block, Davenport Iowa. .Price $1.00 per
can; 0 cans for $5.00: 13 chiih for $10;
127 cans for $20.
The following ma partial lUt ol fortu
nale purchasers who found valuable
souvenirs in their cans of tea and col
fet: Miss Addie Teele. H0(( (Vrry slivel,
genuine d.numil l int;; Mrs, S. S. Stack
house, Eit:ltt ind Kel'iige streets, gt-mis
iue diamond collar button; Gusta Gran
andel, Fifth fiiiil Iowa streets, atearn
winding and Helling wuh li; 51 ra Noble,
110 west Fifih slicut, ucninne dnunnnd
rlng;51ise Minnie Bumtclouuh, ilinncb's
china store, ladies chatelaine watch; John
8c i ms undertaker , H10 west Third street,
stem winditi4and setting walch; iMiwa
Minnie Mills; heah waiter Ackley bolide,
ladies' chatelinc watch; J. C lla-trnussi n,
photograjthcr, Hock Ulaml, genuine dia
mond lud; Geo. Krabbenfoett, cigar box
maker, 430 west Third street; 51i.sO.ikeH,
bight aud Iowa streets, lady a chatelaine
watch; Miss Edith Pt-nleton, 5o(t Li CI .lire
street, genu iue diamond ring; S. F. Criiz,
Atlanlic house, stem winding watch;
Mosea Ilobbs, C, K. I. & IV H. It., stem
winding and setting watch; Geo. E.
Jones, photographer, !J.O Krady street,
L'enniue diamond b'ud; Mrs Itrojinell,
Kent and Jjocust streets, stem winding
and setting wau-b; II. 11. li.mlord, gen
eral agent Moline W'figon (lo., genuine j
diiimoml stud; Mid Louse, liraity street, i
ludy's chatelaine watch; Albei t NuekoN, !
city bill poster, stem winding ami setting
walch: Belle Hoiierson, hi.'Miiei nth audi
Itrady, c-nuinc diiiinond rim:; A. K j
Munn, telciraph niannycr, stern winding;
and Helling watch; A. It. Sinafelt, tele- I
graph operator, stem winding and setting
watt li; Al isss .Julia Dilhon, l)avt restaur.,
aid, genuine diamond ling; MUs Anian
ter, 131 Davis street, lienuiue diamond
linf ; Mis Levitt. Fourth and Uia.ly
siieets. genuine diauiniid rinv; 5lrs. .1
M. Jit'iiZ. I'oiiith and llra.lv streets hniy's
chatelaine watch; J. K. Kuek, Federal
street, stern winding and setting w;ilch
IIAI.I'-I ENT A WOKl".
Tui: M;oi'9 iHTt'iifipr will uuhtisii in this mi
nimi hII it 'vertisi'mcnt! of Lost, Foiiml. For Hcut
i''or Hale. Ito .nl fir lioomn. Winited. Mini nii.iilai
noliret, til On' low rate uf on? fmlf n cut a tvordt
(inch llirnre n word, hut nn aitvorliHcmciit le.-e
Utun ton fieuti
Yott
SALE, OLD PAPERS IN ANY
ijtiHiitily al thiitofuef. t-lieap.
Q
HAVEL FOR T.AWNS AND WAf.KS
for h' al KalhU. & sli-tigf'TH hrt.wci-y, cli' iil.
j'oll PALK, A HDOI) PHOOJJD HAND
rriuo, win wnui c ni.np imhih n.r
J,',-il I IITIIAl! HAI.'MS.
Udl! SAI.K.KrXTV I.OTSIN M V AD-
ililii.ii" (ttlio.-ilvt.f Hoi k l:nn.l i.ti Itnir yi!:n
Iv i.inimiil, i I h Intel-. il Ht ai v .r r.-nt pi-r hii
lium.' U iiAVKNi'ltll'r.
F'dll KKNT FliliNIriJIKD 1JOOM,
.iiinilili-fi.r two. Nn, 1HU. cnrntT 'l iiir l hvi,
und u-.'ii'li MuM-t. 11 till
w
nnc
J ANTED, PAY 1IOA IIDElIH,
AT
tlie Kri!.'lf HuMiiinunl, No Hilt rr-iint :ivc
J . if
Pike orui r (or our pixiU!" : Hpi'ly to
AIM MS M t ti
lljMiiin Btrct t. pHvenpoir. Iowa.
WANTED. A GENTLEMAN OF GOOD
HiUlren'. hitcltiei'nt, nnil Iih iutt n tivr l'tit,"
litth eiiuealion. hs out - rioor caU'Hitit n .Mie! In'
oVerUl years oit ; apiiy in r. r . i;nnii-r. i .-i
Stain ftreet, Davenport, Iowa, 'ii-lni
SPECIAL ELECTION.
Nolirc is lierebv riven tlml on Oie Prt Uiiy of
lln. i.iiOu.r. IRri Hi ClKiiJ. KnL'le's Hour ftint fceil
utore in Oie Fir4l want, in ttic citv or Uock f client,
an elei lion will bu held for
ONE ALDERMAN
to fill the mieipired Ifrm of Aldcnnan John V.
iMtrvm, rettltriifd. which elfctioii will be oiuiied
at eitftit o'eltick in tin- morning Hiitt continue upvu
until iH'Veii o cim-k inllic aUeriiocm or Mutt eay.
Hit toil at Uock Inland, 111., Ihic yrJ titty of No
VeiulKT. 1SS5
IfOUKKT nuKiu.Kn,
8 101 City e U rk.
0. V. SV ANSON,
Contractor and Builder,
No. 2i 2 1 4th Ave.,
Rt.?Itlocce, No. SveuUi Avfnue.
ROCK ISLAND. ILLINOIS
J.M. BrpoaD, Q., M, Looslet, J. U.Looot.KT.
Buford & Loosley Bros.
-OKNRKAL
Insurance Agents.
The old Fire ltd Time-Tried computes Re
presented LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID.
teles &s low a sn Reliable Company cms ft fiord
Toar Patron ure i Soiiciled
tSV01Bcm in Argu HUmX,
THE MARKETS.
Chicauo, Nor. 4
The market quotation on th" barj j
trftde, tuatiy, war asioiiowtii wusat ra.
U November, opeued Jw.Vc, olased &?HC
December, uuene i So via cio -nd SSlr: J mi-
uarv. oiMiittJ 87'm'c. clMti Si Wa Curu No.
2 Novemboc, 0Wih1 4',i do ed Hi
December, upeuo l a. eiol iS)e; year,
leaned 8 1 c, clol oS8 u. Oau N o,
rii.vemtwr, oiteneti jo.-, i t hh.i t ; ie
camber, ofieueit 'Jil4- doted aic; May,
opened '-t' eloied itJj. lJurk-Noiu
opened and clued $5.:; January, opeuM
chisel fU.; Kabrmry, opewMi i 8J,
clo-ed y.35. Laid NordUtWr, opened
closed o.UU'.
Live Ktock The Lnion Stock yards re
port the following range of prices. Hog-
T'ue market opened active with prtoej.
teedito'; jiockers und Hbippera principal
buyer : light e ratios $&W43.T5;
rouu pacum, a-kijji.au; ueavy pacK
ioii and shipping loU, (3 46(dd,70.
lroduce: butter Eitra ta cy creamery.
28tyUc; chok-e dairy, ITyjlSc; packing, 8(jWo
perlb. Ecks t'hoiee ire-ih laid, lStglUc
per doz. Potatoes Early rose and paerleus,
4'45o per lu; rturbanl, siiowHekas and
choice beauty of Hebron, 45(3 5Ue; mixed
lota, 38 40c, all on track in ear-lots; wet
potatoes, $ 1. 1, 50 per brL Foul try
Chickens, 7dl?ic; turkey, 8o; ducks, &&9c
per lb; geese, $r.(K)(4S,50 r doz; prairie
ehlckens, $4.00(4 5) per dost Apples
Poor to fair, $l.a.rj(Jl.f)0, and choice to
fancy, ti.73(3.u" per DDI.
New York.
New York, Nov. 4.
Wheat No. 'J red winter, November,
uac; do uecemDer, wic; do January,
9ttc. Corn No. 2 mixed, November,
fcijc; Decenttier, oUa Oate Nu a mixed
November, 'io; do December,
Kye Dull. Barley Nominal. Pork Dull ;
mess $y.o0.j'j. j.j. Lard, Novem
ber; $0.7, December.
8t. LouIb.
St. IjODIS. Nov. 4.
Wttoat Active and hiber, closiug ItA
lu uthivo ynKturday; No. ii red caU,
lHc; November, ttoXc; Docembar, urc;
January, Whi May, 1.07. I'orn
v Liher, tie latter Cr November; o-u,
:-it(oiSi'; November, :wl; January, 8&c
year, Way, .'Hil4- Oats Higher,
but lw; rttsli, a4l4tfi1H'; -M'tyi IWMc.
live Dull; Ado bid. VVhi kv Hteudy;
l.lti. ProvLionx Pork, quiet; 5.50iaS.75.
Lard, hiKhor; 5.
Toleil.i.
Tolkijo, Ohio, Nov. 4.
Wheat Q.d't and tiim; canh nr Novum
ber, yi!L-; December, Wv January,
lli 'i; l'eoruary, May, $1.0!i. Corn,
yutet uiil llrm; ca.h. 4HJc; November,
41c; year, USe; Muy, 3LlJtfi Oats HtM.lv ;
ra il or November, 'Jn'c; Way, SI 3 a
Clever Q ffiit 'in f s tA - ; ca h or Novem
ber. j.50; December, $'J asked; January,
$o OS esked.
IllllwMtikeo.
-Mll-WAUKKB, NOV. 4.
VVlifftt Htr.'njr; oasli, B7.-; Daoamber,
ts;.i!; Alav. MUe. Cum-Finn; No. i
4lc Oat.,-F,nu; N., 'J, Kye
Doit; No. L OJXo. flarLy Firm; No 3,
CliHIADO.
Article. tK'iiinj,'. closing
Wh't- Oct. tW
Nov. sri'j bo
IH'C. Hti
Jan. H7'4
roiiN-Oct. 4i 8i
Nov. 4UB
IH-c.
Jan. SftH
Oats Ori. 94
No . JKfc
IK'C.
Jan. .... ....
I'niSK Oct. 8 17
Nov. 8 fi
lic. H an
Jim. tl t.t
Lahiv--Oct. 6 Bti
Nov. f
Dec. ft .
.Inn . 6 97
ItiHs Oct. 4 fift 4 S
Nov 5 (13 4 57
Die.
t;ni. ....
lldirc -Sfl.'On; htfhi, 3 3 8 H5; mixed. :) 3l).a 4&
li in S l.'i.'i 5
ItOCK ISLAND.
onif atic
II.ij TiniKllo 11 Oil
H:iy Wild fMII.
li Vi - 411'.
i'orn -Old New, :lc.
I'ol miien-Mic
indium dTif.
: Son II : llilut fH M.
ut voi.d-l mi.
If. G. I
1805 Set'ond Avenue,
Una just received his
Fall Woolens,
consisting of
SUITINGS and
OVERCOATINGS,
The heat to he found In tho Market,
coinpridiny all the
Novelties of the Season
And prices the lowest for Hint
chips work.
ROCK ISLAND
FULTON MARKET!
E. MKYRIt. PmprlHor-
Otsteks,
Fish,
Game (in Season.)
Tkii'e,
Pigs Feet,
Tongue,
Pickled Goods,
.Etc., Etc.,
Opp. Union Square,
Nos. 1917 and 1919
Second Avenue.
R. CRAMPTON
The RADIANT
CLIMAX COOK
Stoves in the world.
WILIARD
Rock Island,
SPKCIyVL
MILLINERY
Buys a line Felt Hat in all the
We are also exhilti in the
in the city at popular prices.
ingT'Keep un eye on our elegant Show window and note liar-
gains.
EMERSON & CO,
"THE .KYIIV
t3TA. TltKDICK, Manager.
Ncwcomb House Block, Davenport-
JOHN T. NOFTSKER
SELLS-
Acorn Cook Stoves,
Early" Breakfast Cooks,
4SiNjnSTiHard Coal Heaters,
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Soft Coal Parlor Stove, the finest Stove
, out for Illinois Coal.
"Be sure and see them before buying.
& COMPANY.
HOME and the
are the BEST
BAKER & CO.'S
Opposite Harper TIoiinh.
Illinois.
BALlfl OF1
DEPARTMENT
S5i JJb-SI MT& JUm, mm'
leailiiiK - t - liapes and rolors.
lincwt lire of TRIMMED HATS
With the cclvbrsti-d Dnplex Orate.
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