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VOL. XXXIV. NO, 17.
WE CHALLENGE THEM ALL! Z'z i 'IA BARRING NONE ! On Prices, Variety f Style ami ELeganl Fits in CLOTHE Clothes for the Clothes for the Clothes lor the Clothes lor the Hats. Shirts, Gloves, Underwear. Onr New Fall Gopds are now on exhibition and are full of attractions; the main features are the elegant new designs and the Extremely Low Prices. See our new stock, ii is the largest in tin- vicinity. Learn oni prices, they are the lowest in the city. THE GOLDEN EAGLE makes no idle boasts, always does as agreed, never misrepresents but tills a promise to the letter. Gome ami see onr late arrivals of Boys and Children's Clothing, They afe really beautiful and so cheap. No trouble to show goods; gentlemanly clerks to wait on yon. All goods marked in Plain Figures! Positively One Price? Th e Golden Eagle Clothing Store Post Office A. NOEB, Mann'r. J. 13. ZIMMBE, M O MM i REF RRHlj IJOOO II 1 1 A &4 n M M M M R R R 'II II A N fi X M M M 51 R It If 51 M M M i KB RRKli M MM Ml R R M 5.M M R 1! I: M M MKRBRH H 1 1 HA A N N N IHUH A A N H N 1 1 H A A A N N N I'll 1 1 A AN NN Oil II A AN NN lias received his Stock of PALL AND WINTER A ND O V EBO AJ r I NG8, A larger and liner stock than ever. No. 1810 Second Avenue, Rock Island, 111. Our Fall importations of Suitings and Overcoatings are replete with all the y&yyy y y yy& yy&yy yyypy y&s y&?y jT ,.(- &fy s comparison in our 7$ y line of Hats and Men's' Jr s s Furnishing Goods generally. rJ s DAVIS M JtlBM i Dkeuk's Block Moline. III. Block, Rock Island, Illinois. rrrrv TTTTT a hi not) ii Hint 'V A A ML O O Ii It '1 T T 'I1 T r a a ii i. p S if r ii E y RRRH I' AAA If L O OR R V A AIM. O O It it Y A All I.IJ.I.L OOO It It Sc CO., TIT TTTVT-DTTTDQ Steam Fitters. Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing, Hose, Fire Brick, Etc. StiK- ii.-, lit- lor Water Motors for Sewing Ma chines, Etc., Deane Steam Pumps, Novelty Force Pumps, Safety Heating Boilers, aud Con traitors for furnishing and Lay ing Water, Gas and Sewer Pipe 1712 First Avk., Rock Island, Illinois. Telephone 118. Residence Telephone LIKE A ROCKET B 'ILEii SUDDENLY SHOOTS INTO THE AIR. KJeveii Man MMldd Two KatnHy-rCo.-IImIuH on ili Ohio It iter -A Llltli Orphan' Awful Ietli Heavy I.na. hy it Chioimo Fire. EVAN&VILLS. I'l l.- Nov. ?. At 4 oHtlock Thui day afternoon n b Her txploda 1 in tin laboratory ol VVllll im Aik.ii & Co., wreck ing Lbe buiUlag uu4 seal ling ttleveti in n, tvu dangerously bii l on a fatally. VV oi k man baJ boon uugagod fur tLm past weak in putting in a now engiu an I ju-,t lia.t it nu puHAl. Stoatn wan ra.is.il in tlm boiler ab lit in u'i bwk, aud M tlx time of the calamity tbe tniii..fr s im be bad plenty of water Mid fuiiy pounds f Hteatn. Suddenly tbore came n i hock, and the I mi lor, torn loo e from It. faeleiilugi, thut u;v ird tbrougti tlm root ISO fortt into tbe air like a rocket, touring uwuy ttio rear coriior, m Uera it Mnrt-'d, and hcntt-'rint it st';illiii contents over the workmen. The heavy timimrj of tlio root turnn.l its course, and it fell hi the stroot, fifty yiinls distant The r of and side walls are entirely wrecked. The loss will reach 6,0OU, The boiler was seven years old and ituppoaed to be perfect. Following is a list of tbe Injured: R, U Aiken, dangerously H. ii. Aiken, fatally; John Keidentbali fatally, John Jack, dangerously William Hyde, Jack Kanzep, John McCool, Jleu Zoff, Niekohn Mebr, William Haines, Rtouard Armstead. Patrol wagons ware summoned, and the injure l were reuiovetl to tiie bomes, wlioro they are receiving medical attention, and nil are resting wisy xcept SSaldentbal, who in haled b tea in. H t and 11. It. A ikon are suns of the principal proprietor. FIRE IN THE DRY GOODS. Hall' a Damn ChlOanO ITlrutN Iturnoil On! "Loss Nearly 400,000. Chicago, Nov, 7. A tiro occurred in tbe Par well building early Friday morning Tim latent estimates place the damage at 9S7o,000. Mannheimer, Lepmaii a Ca, oloak-makeiti, are tbe Leuviest losers. Their Ions will probably reach nearly $80,000. The other tos os are as follows: Sweet, Orr it Co., pant iiiannfuetiireis, $50,000; 8, M. Uershall & Co., shirt manufacturers, $25, i)oo; Moore Co., miilt manufacturer, $il,tH)U; ii. W. Hoyt & Co., dry joo.is, $0niiH): Jenkins, Knoet'&TCa, dry goods, 5i,iwo: 1.. 11 Mautonya & Co., boots and hIiooj, $70,000; Turner Bros., dry ood-i. $30,000. All tb Qrms but Mautonya & Co. anil Turner Bro. wore fully insured. Uannbeimsr, Lspman v Co. employed a large number of men and ;;iiis who will he temporarily thrown out of employment, Iffuvy "hoss in '!. Wvutn, Minn.' Nov. 7. The fhvs in the Ht. Pant & Pacific Cool company's dock, at Conner's I 'olntj tvhlob started vv adnosday eveuing, burned all liljbt an I Tburs lay Diornlng until nearly noon, when the fire men k 't it under control. Water was thrown on the lire o utinueusly from 5 o'clock Wednesday niht until U uVlock lhut'.iday morning. It is e.stiiuatnd tint 10,000 tons of soft coal were burned, Butalling a loss to the company of from $90,000 to $70,000, The Insufauce can nol Im. learned, but it is supposed to lm covered with a blanket policy. A pile of coal about $J0 feet square sunk elgbt feet where the fire wuh burning underneath. lbe coal cum pauy had received it winter supply, hn lug on the dock a stock of about 100,000 ton ,, and as every nook and corner of the dock was filled it was evtreroely ihlli. lilt t iet at the ftanie". STEAMBOATS IN COLLISION. Two l'eil1n Irowned on the Ohi, Kiver st c.unc i'h Wrm'keit. Cincinnati, Nov. 7. A special roceivod from Aurora, IiuV, say-: The lino Ohio Ttivor Ktonnurs J. W, Qaff and Mountain Girl collided two miles below here at an early hour Friday morning. Two persons were drowned; John Kdng and a person whose name is not known; both members of a circus company. Tu, damage to the' Mountain Girl is estimated at J.'.utiu. Hol land and Me Cah en's loss is probably $10, 000. Tbe J. w. Gaff proceeded up the river and is not much damaged. She is now in this port. A l ittle Hoy lllntt by Inches. Thoy, N. Y., Nov. 7. Tuesday night Willlo McAllister, aged 5, and Jonnia Townsend, aod Id, escaped from the rphan asylum bore. Wednesday Town end returned alone, but gave no informa tion about his ciiupaniou until ihursdny morning, when ho said Willie was buried in a city bank back of tlie asylum, iue boys wandered about in the dark nehS Tuesday night, and Willie went the edge of tbe sott clay hank, which caved off with him and buried him up to the nock. Townsoml be came insane from fright and wondered about the street until Wednesday nitilit when be wus captured. It was not until Thursday mornin - that be could 1 made to tell where Willie Was. People in Hie neighborhood of the hank hoard cries thre Wednesday, but paid no attention to them. The body was found wilh the head sticking in the clay. He evidently died Wednesday night after having beu held alive in the clay for twenty-four hours. A holt- Family Nearly Suflocato.t. BaLTIMOIUB, Nov. 7. John Knoll, a shoe maker, ttgod o'.i. his will.- K-it, agod S$, two I ,i u ii 1 1 i -, Miuaie and Llxsia, aed re spectively 13 and 0, aud a son, Charlie, aged 11, Were found in mi unconscious Con dition Friday morning at their ivaidonc.i, 4Ti hi. Marys street, the result of inhaling tlm gas which escaped from a defective gas burner. Jizxio Knell died a few minutes after the discovery was made. The attend- nig physicians ant Iiooful of saving lbe lives of the still unconscious patients, nl- thouh all are in a critical condition. Went tn Sleep at Ilia Poet New Vi. uk, Nov. 7 Night Operator B. Fentoii went t sl.-n at his potent failed to stop tbe douhle-h-ader BSMtdluund freight No. 84 on the New York, Pennsylvania & Ohio railroad in Akron yard at - o'clock Friday morning at the Old Forge, just east f Akron. It -ihded with tba Akron switch engine, which was hurrying in with lum t.er . nr . All three engines were ninshed to pieoes and several tars demol ished. The engineers and fireman juuiio i And esoapsd. The loss will osceel $40,000. Twiity-Two I 'thih, Drowned. CioTHKNnrnu, Nov. 7.Tle Nnrwctan bark AqoUa foundere.1 off this port Thur3 day. Tnenty-two persons were drowned. Krthobti lefts BesllSM I-U .d. New- York, Nov. 7. M. lUrt:iol ii, ac- cou.vianie'l by Mr. Richard Butler and several other gentlemen of tbe iedestal comniith'e, visited tiedlie's uland rriday aft-Tiioon for tbe purpse of seeing the i r condition of the work on tbs . pf Je tel. iro and Accident Insurance iu reliable companies at krWMt rates, apply to E. fjebctkiwcht, real es rate, loan and insurance agCBt, and nnta ty public . Collections made. Office 19)1 Second avenue. eodtf IKICK ISLAND, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 7, 1SS5. "SCIENTiriC" WAHFARtl. fit. Louis UlkiTH Who l'rncllred It on th Cur Lines Captured. tsr. Li His, Mo., Nov. 7. The gang ol dy nit iiiilnr, ho uttempted to blow up sev era! street tars recently was arrest.! rnursday. laey are street cur stnk or, and m.inrers of Clovelund assent bly. Kniuhtsd Labor. Alouz Piiikerton master workman of the as-euibly; David Dcimfiu, the trea- urer, aud U illard I . Sears, tbe jnde ailvocate, are among the prisoners, together with four other mom hers of lbe assembly George R Wi throw, t'tohip uurnt, John ciuaughuetfy, and M Weathera A detective attended the meet iu of the trikurs, dogged some of then) recpatndlj after me,titgs, and on one pec (.ion Baw one of them place an i xpiosive on a Ktreet car track Tin detective r-:ecur.'il the explosive. Finally Wednesday night one of the gan wa- iuietly arrested, lie was subjected to a rigid ex'iiiuirition, and he toll tin whole story.- Another was qeJatly taikeu into cu-todv, and a fv questions put to him. Me, ton, wilted. The other arrests quickly followed They have nil oonfeesel, and each is try im; to make his part in tb conspiracy a- light a- possible, an I blaming the others for dragging him into it. The dynamite was purchased in Luu Is villa by Weathers, Who was sent there for it. Mattel Workman I'uik.'rUiu signad a warrant on treasurer Keeuan for $!j0outof the lodge treasury, o inisiidy to buy food fn tht! familiei of the striking conductors aiil driver-, but in reality Cor Weather, Latku, The live men arrested We lue day night for placing explosive -i on street car tracks are still locked up and deny ell th assertion i which have been made regard iu j their complicity in the outrrge, Oallan Can't Understand It. ZiOHOON, Nov. 7. Mr. Phillip C'albm. the Nationals M. 1'., who propose) to -tan! fir South for re-eleoti u to parliament, and to whom Mr. t firtioll bos expres himself us being unequivocally opposed, i written al. tier to The Central New , ill WblCh he expres o . u lime It hs being greatly surpriseil at Mr. Parnell's protod against bis candidacy and the re- Kiriciioii rontalued therein. He slat -s thai he ii at a loss to account lor ucll uugeucr oils treatment from the Irish loader, and that hi - (I'uilan ( uve years' faithful servic in the house of the Irish people, while a member of parliament, will, if his record ia honestly and unbiased))' reviewed disprove the utterances of Mr. tarnelL He urge the dolegnU's ti the Nationalist con vent ion, somi to b 4 hold at biUtb, for the In dor ement of candidate su pend judgment until the convent! m meets, when he declarer he will be presonl In person and meet all charges brought against him. His letter concludes as foj lows: "Despite the cruel wrong done mn b' by Mr. 1'arnoll, I have only to say that I wilt still support the Irish party and leud all my etTortf to the advancement of th.i ob jects sought o U attained by the National ists if elected." Kit-Judge- Cardozo Ieail. NBW YORK, Nov. 7 Kx Judge Albert CardOXO died ut. noon Friday ut his tit Le residence, H'id Mad it; on avenue, I rom Brigbta disease. He was born in Pbiladeb Phia in IS-.'S. Ho was elected to the coin mon pleas bench and that of tbe supreme court, and has for a long time been a sachem f Tammany hall and arepresenta tlve of the Tammany general committee nnd com mil tea on organization from the Twenty-second district, lie was president of the board of delegates of American Israo litos, and trustee and vice president of the Nineteenth street synagogue. i udge ( lardozo was nominated for jus ti e of t he supremo court in 1870, and wa" alet te 1 by the largest majority that had up to that time been received by any oandl late for a judicial position hi the county, lin was flosely affiliated with William U. Tweed and Peter B. Sweeney. After tu downfall of Tweed charges wore preferred against Ju Ige !ardoxo aud bo resigned hi position. Wilt Try to Indict Warner. New York, Nov. 7. District attorney Dors he liner Taiirsday night 'aid hi hi tende l to bring the ca e of Warner before the grunl juiy at once. Ho woul I ai t Independently of the hearing before Coin mission it: Siii.dd-, whi was trym; to 11 lid out if there a case against Warner, lb coul 1 not B06 What there was fur a furtUe hearing, and he was under the impression that it might be discontinued when ho pre Minted theca b to the grand jury. Latkr. The case ol William B. Warner, who charged with having assisted Feidi naud Wanl in having robbed the Marine bank and cau ed Its suspension n'as before tin' United Stales grand jury Friday after- Btrengthenotl the lrestdents Hands. ALBANY, N. Y. Nov. 7. Governor Hill was serenaded Thursday evening at tho executive mansion by the citi.-ns of Al bany an I the Jaoksonian clulr. In in re ply to the greeting Governor Hill made these point : 'i'liat tho Doniocratir victory in Nev York will strengthen tint bauds of our president and aid him in his efforts for the pnritica tlon of too public service; that New York can never be carried upon any i sue of sec tionaj hate; that he had not promised a non-parjtteau administration of tate affairs, but wool I make an honest one. in closiug, he felicitated the party upon the succes ol (Jen. Dee in Virginia. Col ton hits been successfully grown lliis season in Shasta County Cal. THE WONDER is becoming universal as to how such an im mense Side could tie created in Lowell for Moon's Kaiisafakilj.a. Hut, my friend, if you could stand behind our counter a week and hear what tlnse say who are using it, tho reason would appear as clear u tlm DOOn-day son. The real curative power of Hood's SAnsAi-AitiLLA demonstrates Itself in every case where our direction arc faith fully regarded. We would that we might pet before the people, a fractional part of tho confidence that is expressed to us every day tn this medicine by those who have carefully noted (without prejudice) its effects upon tho blood and through that upon the whole sys tem, stimulating all the functions of the tody to perform the duties nature requires of than. Try a bottle nnd satisfy yourself. CoJ Hands and Feet. Lowell, Feb. .1, 1879. Mrsscs. C. I. nnon&l'o,: Gentlemen About one year ago invilaughtereoiniacnceii taking your s.irs:iparilla. At that time sire bad very little appetite; could take no long walks, and her tare was hadly broken out with a humor. She was low-spirited ; troubled with cold hands and feet; her blood seemed lolte ioor, aud she was in a condition which caused us great anxiety. After taking one bottle of vonr Mai sananlla she began to Im prove; and she now lias a good appetite and cau take much longer walks. Iter humor is noUiiiig compared with what it was one year ago. she is in better spirits, is not troubled with coM hands and feet as previously. And 1 attribute this improvement in her condi tion largely to your Sarsaparilla. She has taken six littles, and intends to continue its use. I was inclined to oppose the trial of it at first. I now have great faith in it as a Llood purifier. Very truly yours, A. L, HINCKLEY, Ha 9M Broadway, Lowell, Mass. Ho od s Sar s ap ar ilia. BoU by nlldrugclsts. Price $1; or six for rremraa ny c. i. uuuu & iu, Apotn- Watches, Diamonds, Money and Jewelry ! (.IVKN away wii II Cans of Tea and Coffee: Tin- Merchants' Tea Company, of New Vorki have opened a branch Id Daven port, nt the corner of 4lh and Brad J Porrest'a block. Their teas ate put up in papi r cans, each can weighing, Including contents 11 pounds, a ml U sold, ran and con 1 cuts, at the uniform price id' $1 ,00 to one and all. The tea itself is of an excellent quality ami wi ll worth the money. The go flee put up in paper cans, each can A'ciyhiuii;, Deluding content , about 8 pounds, ami is sold, can and con tent?, at the mime price as the lea, viz: $1 .no K-r can. The coffee la hard lo beat, gives satis faction wherever used, and is worth a dollar of anybody's money. Every can contains a souvenir of from ten cents to $50 in cash, or jjoM or il ver watches or jewelry, nlso genuine dia mond jo weliy . No blanks . The tea unci coffee being worth at a lair retail price more than asked without any re gard to the souvenirs. This company taken tlda method to advertise t heir goods, ft ml after thirty days these leas and coffees will be sold wholly on their merits, by their agents at. the sutne price, but without the souvenirs. This com pany has appointed over fifty agents in various cities, none of which are now giving BO uve hint, the lime having expired, yet each Agent lias a huge and rapMlj growing trade, as the superior quality of UlCfiU LToiuls In come Known. tinier; by mat) promptly forwarded to nil points id the United Stales. Add., m MBKCI1AN I S '1 EA CO , Corner 4th and Brady sts., Forrest's block, Davenport Iowa. Price f 1.00 per ran; 0 cans lor $5.00; 13 cans for $10; j 7 cans for $20. The following is a partial IM ol I'm iu ante purchasers who found valuable soUveulrs in "their cans of lea and cof fee: AID. d 1':. Moor, furmer, $50 In gold; II. P. Urinh turnkey cit y jail, silver watch; Ed waul L r. gardncr, 101 Locust street, stc-in winding watch; Mins Mary Holt. Huleslmly, gent's Mold watch; John 0. Johnsoo, brake in an Hock Ulantl i nil - way. ladies' gold buntinu cosu watch; Clarence Dut'our, travelingsaiesman, "Ji gold; Andrew K Slern, wliolesali liquor dealer. St. Loui-', nair soltnlre dia mond rnr drops; d. M. Asbloy, 1 1 I'd Uoi i- Island sin . t. C., Ii I. it V. railroad brahemsn, stem winding and si cm selling, silver watch; II S billinger, of Rock Isl and, stem windiug and ab in selling silver watch; Miss Di li Brown, 313 Main street, ladies' stem w hiding and stern Belting sil ver watch; da-. McMadur, corner Seven teenth and Ripley, stem winding and stem setting silver watch; Miss Stella Hall, 804 Main street, genuine diamond ring; Mr. Daniel Ryan, con tractor, Seventh nnd Far oh in, stem winding and stem Miring silver watch ; Mi.-s Mali hey, 1605 I'mspecl aiie. genuine diamond iiug;d, B. MitU r, of Rock Island, stem winding and stem setting silver watch; Mis. Lord, Sixth ami IVriv, genuine diamond ring; Mi-s Mag gie Ki'ek, corner Sixth and Hi ativ, genus ine dinmnnd ring; Mr John Auckland, railroad man, $20 in gold: Mis Daniel Carroll lol l Uarrlson -dr. i t, di imoml rint;; Mrs ( ink Richards, cornet Fourth and Br dy alrcels, geuuine diamond ring; . 11, Marsh, I'm. sdlvri watch, Ark ley house MOST PERFECT MADE Prepared by :i physician with Bpeclal regard to health. No Ammonia, Lime or Alum. KARPEO THEATRE Monday and Tuesday Evenings, Nov. '.Mil and 10th, 1885. Matinee, Tuesday, I jm. Tin, Winning Hit ,,f tbe Year. Prof. Morris' w a WRADOX ! ro trooderfanf educated Pogi umS Ponli Admlwion lf' and .'ill-, o i-xtr i i tint :. fur n -i ivi a fi nis, t 'liililn n i. ectiH. THE OUEAT aao hi. mi. mm mm rrrb rkbb O (ill I. M M M M OD ioi K It K i, III. M M M M m m K K R Q II 1. M M M M 00 in It K K U III M M M Mini iuKKKK KK U Cif5 II I. M M M M IN) (. U K K II Ii 11 I. M MM 9 INI tm It R i O (illb M M Mini H UK oqo uEluxS m m unnw S KjEbks f Boston Jnbtlee Fanie. ind of World-wide ri'iioivn u tie' tovntf-M Mniteal Organ hier Of kdl time, hi tlh- lieaiJ of ahl Wonderful Band r rim" acticMaa. K mbnetafl ntwre ft ml Rner Bola lastro nca taUW th.in ativ nnuBintioB in ihf tv.r!d. On bti re turn to New Vurk after a mouth trt im ndout loeeeM at tmm oi. Loaia zpoeitMn, will i-iuy ut HARPER'S THEATRE. Wednesday, Nov. 11th. ir- Mr (itbiKirc mill he a-si.-t. it hy MADAME LeUISA PYK. the tt-reat Swettieh Operatic 5i prano, who l erithoat taper ior on il Concert at ice. The Concert will by (Midi- be the swat reejarke Itlc iverren in this city. OOMB ONE I COKE ALL Ib-st'ivi i --! lor aJ- ji the Murj-cr iHouaft Urn.; -ton ATT.eJMatoi. 'o. 75 mol $l.u"; no extra f-' u -.--'?! 4mw charge fur lie THE MARKETS. dUGAOO, Nov. Oi Tbe uuirkat quotatiuu. uu th.t lo n j j.' trade, to-day, werealotlowai Whtfat Efa 'A November, t.iiiied h7c, clrud B6o December, oueoe i eeo, uloaod B79c. Juu uury, opoueU to.Si-, edved . t SoA No. 2 Kovemwr, oj.uod au.i do d ldcoinbur, opeuei 19c, clo-od ttSicj yuar, otfoiimt 3.'c, eloAOil 38c, Oata Na ' November, open ad 901.', utnaed -o''c; De comber, opoiieit ','o(,o, oloeed WJefo: May, opened BJmo, clo--d d-tj. 1'oik Decam ber opottea and cloiati $tt40j January, ojieuad and clo ed 8d ; February, oiiuiid and cloittd f9.40. Lard Novem ber, opeued mid cloead t.j.yj. Live Stock The L'oiou Stock yardi re port tue tollowliy rauge ot prloea lioy Tea ntarket opena 1 actire and Urm, with prices fir oily held) especial ly on choice light an 1 heavy grades; ( ackjr-i, HhinXT-i mid Hik'cnlators buying 1 1 . oly; light L'rade-", fi.'i:a3.7.); rough packing, ! la't,5i); heavy jiuckiug uud ahtpping Iota, 3 5d9d,70, Cattle Oood grades atrongur; ahipiug ;i.tdaJiV7.".; butchora, $1.75()8. 50; stockora, t-i. 'Sifcl. Tft; Texan a, Wtyi. 35, Sheep Weak; 00(3.01); extra, $.i 5 ). rrmluee: Butter Kxtra fa ey creamery, Siitf'-Mc; cboicn dairy, 17(JlSc; packing, 8a) Ueper lb. Eggs Choice fresh laid, J'dJ per doz. Fotatoea Karly roae and peerless, -iL'wt 45c; Burbanks suowflaltei and ; choice llfauty of Hebron, 45aJ0c; mixiid lota, 38 yliOe iier tu. all on track in ear-lots; nweet potatoes tl,S5l,0O ir brL Poultry Chiekeua, 7c; turkeys, 8c; ducka, b($Jo per lb; goo e. $7.(H)t(jSS.5i) per doz; prairie chicken, $4 rnr 4. r i par doz. Applas Fair to goo 1, f 1. Htgrt, ,r0, and choice to fancy, $l.'.tOi'..0(i per bbt, 0U1OAGO, Article. Opoublg. CTWoaj uu Wll T- Oct. il HS Nov. 8Ca BAB Dec. 7:Ja m Jan. 88 uorn oci. nil Nov. 4ll.H NN llt-c. Jan. 8tlH Oats Oct. vi MM " Nov. atiVi Dec, dim. Ioi:k Oct. HI Nov. 8 47 Dec. H M 8 Ml Jan. H '20 It i'i'.i La 11 11 Oct. f HO Nov. ft B ft US Dec. 11 Oo 1 Ol Juu. (I OTi 0 10 UlR -Oft. i Rfl t ?fi Nov 5 OS 4 57 Doc. dun, 4 70 .... It.iL': rVG0! light, t 8S :i 75t mixed, 3 "f :! r: li ti ) i 18 75 HOCK ISLAND. hi.-- 3ftt Hay Tim Uay- Wlli i lt St (l-i :hi t HALFl'ENT A W0Kl, Thb mujus hereafter will publlKh 111 llii col .nun nil n v.ti i". !i,.iits ol Lout, Pound, For I,',. in Cor Bale, Bo trd or Hooms, Wimted. ilnd .tmilat noltcei, hi tin- low rnto ol one hat fa .'. ' n wont, tjch flguro a word, inn n i Hdvorttsomonl Ipb, than ten centM PoB HAT.U, OLD PAPERS I.N ANY cinantlly ft! tills onice, cheap. Pul BALK, A MATCHED TEAM OE lirny Doraes, n line carriage laan. 7 11 II DaVKNPOnT. RAVEL FOB LAWNS AND WALKS f.n aale jii Balble jt stengal'a brewery, cbeap. h'OR HALE, A OOOD SECOND HAND Piano, will be Hold cheap. Bnauironf I'd-ll I.OTHAR HABM8. PoB -SALE, SIXTY LOTS IN My AD dlttoiu o tbe city of Rock laland onfonr year ly payment., wltb Intereal nt per 1. 1 por an num. 11 UAVBNPOIIT. IfoE RENT FURNISIIED ROOM, - unliable for two. No. 1891 t urner Third are., unit Ponrtoenth .treel N dtl 5 J ANTED, DAY BOAUDERd, A'l tin' Eiiirle Keftuuroiit, Ni Kill Becond w A NT Kl, TWO 8ALB8MFN To take orders f' our gooda ; spply to ADAMS M'FG ft., H i Main wtrt'i i. Dftveuport. low. WANTED, A GENTLEMAN OF GOOD nditreaa, intelllBetit, and hftvtng a tnr Btm llali Bfliieation. aa out door, auleatnan Mui be aj-orai years J) ; apply to r V. Oolller, tvt flain atreet, Daveaport, lowa. B-'t-lui ROCK ISLAND FULTON MARKET! B. MEYER. Pr Oysters, Fish, O a mk (in Season.) TlMI'K, Puis Fkict, Tongue, Pioklmd Goods, Etc., Etc., Opp. Union Square, Nos. li)17 and 11)19 Second Avenue. J.M. BtrroRO, Q. l, LooaLBT, J. at. LooaLIT Buford & Loosley Bros. -UENKIt.M.- " Insurance Agents. Tte o4d Ptre ud Tiini?-Tru i COMpMiiM IU orasMrted L0SSKt PROMPTLY PAID. fie low af ao Rt lisble Company can afford Yonr Patrnn ace m SoliciOid KV'OilVe 1c Aryuf Block. SPECIAL ELF.CT10.N. Nui id-if hff-lv civi-n tliat on tlif Fir-t ttav i.f December, 1MB, at CIuul Rngle,a Hour ami feed tore in i tn- Pint uani. la the cttf of Koek l-lnmi. un eiectias wiO be hld tr ONE ALOERMAX to fill the unexpired tern of Aid. mi .in John C LMfn iix, rt-T-iinK-d. which i-U-ition will l oni-ut-d ut tiititiu "lrt-k in the Morning nnd eootlifue open un. ii r- cioc i, tn im: uiicn.onti oi intii i ej Dntoef. Ipck Island, III., thiefirdAaj or n rentber, in i Roitaiil KOBKL8R, 3l0t city Cltrk. R. CRAMPTON cS COMPANY. The RADIANT HOME and the CLIMAX COOK are the BEST Stoves in the world. WILLARD BAKER & CO.'S Rock Island, SPECIAL FEW MILLINERY Buys a line Fell If;ii in :ill this leading :lmj)es anil colors. We are also exhibiting the finest line of TRIMMED HATS in the city nt popular prices, 4grKeep un eye on our elegant Show window and note bar crains. EMERSON & OO, "THE JAIHv' A. TBE DICK, Manager. Newcomb House JOHN T. NOFTSKER SELLS Acorn Cook Stoves, Early ART INVINCIBLE, ) it ja". i i i west minister, Hard Coal Heaters, LAUREl ALSO nn, mi i, nun m NN v .sss im unit i 1. II II I. II II g XS 6 s I A K K It II II I. II II ! SUN "KS T A A HKK I, Itli l II I. , II II I XS ,2 AAA R K ititi; tH LLLL lieu In N x.x hKss" T a a r it Sott Coal. Parlor Stove, the finest Stove out lor Illinois Coal. tSgfBe sure and see them before buying. PEICE FIVE CENTS. Opposite Harper House, 1 1 nois. 8ALE ( ) HP M4TS DEPARTMENT Block, Davenport- Breakfast Cooks, Witti tti.. m l, i.rut, il Da plea ttrar. THK-