PRICE FIVE CENTS.
HOCK ISLAND, 5IOND.VY. NOVEMiEK 23, 1SS5.
VOL. XXX IV. NO. 29.
WE CHALLENGE THEM ALL!
On Prices, Variety of Style and Elegant Fils in
Clothes for the
Clothes for the
Clothes for the
Clothes for the
Hats, Shirts, Gloves, Underwear.
Our New Fall Goods sire now on exhibition and iiv full of
attractions; the main features are the elegant new
designs and the
Extremely Low Prices.
See our new stock, it is the largest in the vicinity. Learn om
jirices, 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.
Come and see our 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 you.
All goods marked in Plain Figures!
Positively One Price
The Golden Eagle Clothing Store
Post Ollice Block, Hock Island, Illinois.
A. liOEB, Mang'r.
J. 33. ZIMMEB,
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lias received his Stock of
FALL -AJSTD WINTER
A larger and liner stock than ever.
No. 1810 Second Avenue, Rock Island, 111.
Our Fall Importations of
Suitings and Overcoatings
are replete with
Novelties of tin
1 ph am.
f Jf XiO S comparison in our
' y&jr line of Hats and Men's
J? Furnishing Goods generally.
TT'ITT A 111.
T A A III,
V A A III.
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All 1, 1,1,1, 1. OHO K
A complete ctork of
Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing,
Hose, Fire Prick, Etc.
Solf ftgcutf fur
Water Motors for Sewing Ma
Deane Steam Pumps,
Novelty Force Pumps,
Safety Heating Boilers, and Con
tractors for furnishing and Lay-
ino Water, Gas and Sewer Pipe.
1712 Fiest Ave.,
Rock Island, Illinois.
Telephone 1148. Beridesce Telephone HH7.
I A UN KIEL'S MANIFESTO.
A SCATHING ADDRESS TO THE VOTER3
OF ENGLAND AND IRELAND.
The Liberal Party Hii1l.l Without
t.lovtta Th LitteHt from tlie Seut
of War -The HrltltH ia Itiii
' umh Cable
Lonihn, Nov. 'Si Mi. I'urneir.f mani
festo to tha Irish voters wan pubiubo l Hat.
unliy, and finaJ by tlio following Irish
Uiombisra of parliament: T. K O'Connor,
J u-tin McCarthy, Thomas HxMi, T. M.
Healy, VV. N. K. Redmond, J. O. Kolly.
Mini J. O. liigxtxr. It chargoH t!in I.iheriih
with appBaling to the elector under Tatsu
proUJiices, ani assert that they huv.i .flag
rantly violated solamn pleJgus givmi to lie
land'ii renroontitive4. T'aa manii'ost ftlaq
ilunounceHcoereion practices a mot brutal.
Undor tUfl coercion taw tt char tb.it
juries wore peeked to an unprocudntod ex
tent, and in a most shams less miiuiier. In
nocent limn were hangod or ttent to a living
death in ponul soi'vitude. Twelves himdred
men bait len iinprisonei without trial.
Ladie wore convicted under an obscmv
actdirocteJ uam-it the degraded mix. Tha
prea-i and public motJiinja were tomp iraray
uupproHHiMl na if Ir.dand wai Pol.iti I, and
I ho administration of Kngltin I a Ku-i-ian
autocracy. Representatives of Liberalism
in 1 retail 1 were man like Foster and Spencer
who have loft more memories in In-land
than any statesmen of the century.
If the lung delayed triumph had not
OKpt'lted the L tir;ils, ISpencer w.iuid still
lie in Dublin castle mi i coercion trinmpliant
In lr(.danl. The landlords in-tteal of ni:i!i
Uig reasonable abatements which the Je
drussion in agriculture ilemanded and which
evt-ry landlord in K upland and Soothind con
cedolt would be evictiu tenants whulertle,
Karl ISptMicer constantly eiicuiii;ui;in thorn;
the pidi'O, tho soldiery and the coercicu
magistracy (lllej jails aistiii. Under the
name of free school tho boards wri uiakiug
insidious attempts tJ crusli rehium educa
tion ami etabliHh astute of tyranny and i i -toloranco
wherewith to fettor conscience,
Tho reform procedure was a new gaj; in its
application to all opponents of radicalism
in the lious;) of commons, de-4p)tiu in it.
me thiols and a nionn machinery. TUa
act of JSSl was a siwcious de
mand for a majority against tho
li'i-li p.irly and nmiiiH a poweri Lo cru-h
the anti-HidicalH in parliament (lest, n;id
then prop to Ireland luma ehoni wlucli
is doomod to failure, because it will be un
Riiitablo to the want of the pjople, an 1
liualiy force them down to a halting maas
ure of stilf-Koverninflnt, by the name meth
ods, a wholesale prison, by which durability
was bought for the impractic'bh Ian 1
act of 1SS1. Therwfiiro wo feel bound ..y
ad vta) no con fid uuc3 in the liihoral or
Hidical party, and nt far a io.-i-.iblo iro
vmit tho puv'rnnKmt of thj empire
falling into the hands of a party so erlt 1
loiis, treacher ms an 1 in coin patent. Tiio
Irish N-itionuiists will not vote for Liberal
or Radical except in some few case in
which a ciuragoou fealty to the Irish
cause in the lata parliament has given guar
ante.) that tho candidate does not belong to
the servile, cowardly and unprincipled herd
who break every pledge and violate every
principle in oliedience to the call of a whip
or the mandate of a caucus.
The executive committee have sent a
number of those docituetits to each of the
branches of the National longtie through
out Unvit Hrituiu and Ireland in the names
TreparliiK fur a ireat Battle.
Viknna, Nov. Dispatches from
Slivnitza tate that only a few shots were
ex hiiugo.l Let wcon tho opposing forces al
ill it point Friday. J'rince Alexander lias
d 't'linincd to attack the Hervian positions
Indu si It's ai hui ryinj,; reinforcements for
ward with all possible wp?ed tit the scene of
Cotillicr, Til!) ground on which the recent
engagements were fought 1 still strewn with
the dead and dving, the lattor bein
wholly unattended andn abndouel to their
IjO.vdon, Nov. 2:1. Advices from Con
stantinople are to t he clTect that the porte
is continuing ita war preparations with
vigor. Tuikisli troops and batteries of ar
tillery aro continually arriving at ttalotiica,
and the authorities are maintaining the
greatest secrecy in regard to the numerical
strength of the fur cos, the number of
guns, mid the eventual movements of the
large army being masse 1 in that vicinity.
It is reported that the Turkish privy coun
cil has decided to Fend Djjvat Pasha to
Fhilippopolis as temporary governor of
Eastern Koumelia, thus virtually restoring
kite status quo ante. The Balkan conference
will meet to consider thi deci-dtm of
the Turkish council. The (Standard's
Vienna correspondent says that some of th
powers, including Austria, oppose Turkish
mediation and insist that the conference
itsi.df decide the Balkan question.
A di'ipntch from Faris to Tho Times
says: "tireece is expected to open liostili
tins by means of a uav.il exploit almost
A Sleutiittliip Ashore,
London. Nov. !!. A cable disj-wilcti to
tho KLon agent of the Ieyland line Sat-ui-ilay
nntienuce l that the steamship Ihrn
ian, whicii mailed from this port N'iV. Hi for
Liverpool went ashore in a storm tit Crook
Uiven, on the coast of I re lan I. Nothing
has yet been learned about tlttt fate of the
crew of fifty men, but it is stated that the
ve.-sot and cargo will probably he a total
los-. No further details have yet been re
ceived. London, Nov. ti.1 The Spanish steamer
Ouillermo is reported to have been eunk off
New Jtrighton, lelow Birkenhead by colli - !
ion with tho British steamer Kjuio.
The Congo a Worthless Country.
Paws, Nov. AT. de Brozzi admits
Chat th French Congo country is worthless
and is likely to remain so for yeari. The
Ogowai, he says, is not navigable, and rail
ways must bo built before trade will be pos
sible. Be BrnzsVs appearance itself tells
an elotpient tale about the climate of Congo.
His health has been shattered by fever and
the abuso of quinine His cheeks are hag
gard and bis eyes have a glaring aai wolf.
Criticising Cleveland's Silver Scheme.
London, Nor. 2o. The Economist re
ferrir.ig to the aliegei plan of President
Cleveland for coining new silver dollars as
metallic equivalent to the gold one, says;
Thn present condition of silver coinage m
tb. states is bad enough, in all conscience,
but lYesideut Cleveland's plan, instead of
itumving it, would only make it worse
The UritUh tn Barntb.
Rangoon. Not. 2;!. Latest advices state
that ths British Burmese expedition cant-
ared Magw. Among the prisoners taken,
were three Italian. Geo. Frender
gast has ranched Mi rn bo. He will proceed
tbence to Licaing, wiere ue lorces or fving
Theebaw will make a determined resistance.
and t-evere tlgbtmg is expected.
The big prire of $2,700 was paid for a
hunting do at High Point. N. C, the other
E. W. Hurst represents the leadin-
American and Foreign Insurance Co'a
Policies carefully written at current rates.
t genry established 1874. Office over
Rock Island National Bank,
The French Champion- Uefeabi Sluistia
J n a Wouderful Oamo
Chicago, Nov. 2a. Thu disappointment
of the Chicagoaas Friday night at the de
foat of Slossou was more than made up to
the vast audience by the j;ame played by
Vtgnaiix, tho most wonderful on roc
ord. The fact that Klosou was the fa
vorite with ' the ii.OOJ peoplo present
at the outset uf the gama only added
chagrin to tho excitement which followeJ.
ProfeiJinjiuls, out-ile of New V rlt and
Chicago, claim that this bulk-line tourna
ment was arranged to lay the French cham
pion on the shelf, but neither thj game nor
bU yearg uur bis tsurrouudiugH seem to have
any othjr than a goo I eltjct on the
foreign gentleman whose appearance
s Ik mod him to ho a bundle of nerves,
skill and politeness. lie add oil
wonder to wonder from beginning to end.
His average was seventy-live point? to the
inning, closing out hU score of QUO in iht
innings. Hh highest runs vera 174 and
l'Joj There was almost breathloss t-ilcnco
whon he closed bis game ou a run of eighty
nine. He was congratulated by his ad
versary. Mr. Sloasun, while his playing
was not us guo I as uiiiat, would have met
with sure defeat even at his best by Vig
naux Friday night, as Vignaux proved a
prodigy in the art of Lilliardtc.
Following is trie scor: Vignaux H, J, 1 05.
S'i.lM, 0. 1T4, SO-lilJ. Slosson 77, 4, 1,0,
7, x!o VM. Average Vignaux, 75; Hls
son, TJ;i-7. Bot ru is Vignaux, li!., 174
ii, H'J; ISi is on, .7. tSliissou has now won
two and lost one; Kchaefl'er has lot two and
won one, and Vignaux has won two and lo-l
(.'iiirA(nit Nov. 2o. The yreat billiard
tourminu nt (-ndod in a I if Saturday nilit,
whfn Schacfcr won tin Dual puno from
Kloson. It is llioiiL'lit tlmt arninycnicnts
ran be innmc to secure Uattcry I for
Tucstbiy niylit, in order to jlay off the
ties, wilh one (.'iiinn eneh ot StHI poinls.
Ths sooiv Saturday niUt by inninu's was
tschticfev. black 1,
:H, 7-I. U, -Hi, HIT. 0,
2. 0, 1. U. 1,0, 2,
42. i, o, 114. o.
40, 3, 1, 10, I, t
Average 22 (i-27 .
ili-ih wins loT, 114,
HlosMui. whitii 17, 0, 1, B3, 0. 27
-14. :':, ;!, 2S, 1, 7. 0, lti, 27, in
27, 12, 20, oJ, 20, 2, 4. 2, Total 1!3.
Av'iiii;e 1H 24 2(1. Jlio, run
Sir. niitrhtdi ftlultcs n statement.
PultTI.AMi, (J.e., .Nov. 21. lVr.-rillg tO
tiiu iv port liiat SJVont on lliiiiocruts had
voiced for iiini on Ins areuiui'iil to support
Cleveland's jui niinis.M atiou, Smator-clct
Mitchell ma lo the luiiowmg wta'.utueut to
the ligislaLtiru Tuuisday;
If 1 Mippos-i 1 for on m mnt tlmt any
Democratic- rpivsoniativc on tuin lloor had
cast his vott- or nm uudnr the impres.ion
that it wotil 1 have thj ciroct of changing
me irom a JLipuMican lo a Democrat, of
course 1 would not feci coniphmciiLud,
but I have every reason to know
taat no geiitlonian, no memlior of
the D.'in icratic piny, cat his
vote for in-) un ten any such impression. It
is due, how-over, that 1 should state that 1
recognizt.e fact, and 1 am now about to
proclaimed from th hou-etop that which J
haveever proclaimd in the senate-chamber.
I recognize the fact that at the late national
election tho Democratic party prevailed und
elocti'd its prcMi.lenb, and what 1 have
to say is thi-, that 1 fhail hot con
ceive it to be a part of my duty
as a senator to go to Washington and
make faction-! rppsilion to the administra
tion now in power. The nominations of tho
pros id i) nt of tho Hinted Hlate, if they are
worthy men, shall receive my vote for con
tinuation tmhsi there is an attempt on the
part or th presi lent of (lie United States to
make appointments that will impiii(;o upon
any tenure of otli ' an I should hu do so,
then 1 would opjMj-o the pi'iileut of tin
ITtiited tStite-i. -
I'rt.-parlnt; Tir C'niiL;rilmiil Work,
Washinoton City, Nov. 'Si. Tho indi
catious now aro that if cx-Wj.eakor Carlisle
entirely recovers from his late indUposj
tion by thattimu, ho will begin work upon
the new lwu-.e committee lit next wnnk.
It is conceded on all sido-f that Mr. Caililn
will receive the entire Democratic vote
fur speaker of the Frty-ninth coiigi'0M.
Khould tlio preparation of the com
mitteo liftt bo concluded or even
partially conclu led prior to the aasemUinu
of congress, the chances for tho beginning
of active work beforo tho holiday recons,
are good. The question of amending the
rules is still an important factor in the mat
ter, however, and if, when the members all
arrive, the indications point to a desire ou
the part of'a maj rity to distribute the reg
ular appropriation bills, the speaker will
doubtless defer bis announcement of the
committors until themiostion of modification
of tho rule3 is fully dip incd of.
Killed by a Holler Ksploslnn.
Kvanswli.k, lnd., N v. 2a. The boiler
of a htoam grist-mill, owmil by J. V. Mc
ijanglilin, rxp'odod at Uichlaud City, lnd.,
Friday ftf ieriiom, scalding four men,
name i H ldebrad J, Jo.ies. Ilennott, tin J
Fortune, tlie first of whom wdl probably
die. The force of the explosion hurled tUe
boiler through the wabs of the mill
and through a store owned by Mef inghli n,
wbero it killed Mr.', McLaughlin in iti
Might, thenci through a blncksinith-slioj-,
where diaries Fi-bcr wan struck an I killed,
and tlKmce througli a iurge barn s xty feet
away- Tiio boiler wa-i liualiy tIped by a
tree iUO feet from wiiere it" s art . 1. A-i-othor
mill was ?-lili tly hurt by a I. rick.
The b!acksmith--hop was deinoliiUid.
The .silver Juetiou.
WASIIINOTitN ClTT, N)V. 2 1. A flfHJCihl
to thi) Cincinnati Knqairer hays: It look4
now as if tiie silver question will
be the paramount, feature of tha
sesiiou. The Frotactiotiits know they
have the seuato, an t for thi
reas-in feel they can check due.
tile legislation. Ttid protoctioni t- in con
gross will bo glad to hvj th j silver nuus
tion protracto 1, for it kp tiie tanir in
the background. Tin inHjmce of the oast
will be exerto I with method tj get the
Bland silver law repdlaJ. Too NLw York
and Now Englanl bink have ha prepare. I
already bulky to iti n, wj(.;ii will emu lo
bjtb houses an so n as the holies olivine.
A stable of lifty Ciydcsdule pedigree
horses have just arriverl n'. Niv York
MOST PERFECT MADE
Purest and tronirptt Natural -Fruit Flavor. 1
Vanilla. I'mon. Orange. Almond, Itow etc.;
flavor as dHicatcty ami iiaturally tbelruit.
PRICE BAKING POWDER CO.,
emexqo' " n.
If it were 2ossible
to pet the testimony or the multitude who
liavo used II oon's Haiisapahili.a for de
bility, languor, lassitude, and that general
feeling of stupidity, weariness and exhaus
tion which every one feds during this season,
we should he able to present to our readers
Ktich an overwhelming mass of commend
atory messages, that the few who have not
tried it would do so at once. Jt is a positive
fact, nnil has been so effectually demon
Pirated that no one to-day denies It, that
Hood's Sarsaparilhi contains merj.' real med
ciutil value flian any article before the people
M r.ssu . e. f. l h w o & Co.,
iV'.-tr sirs 4 have suf
fered from kidney com
Mtni Dhl plaint and biliousness for
fifteen veais. Have ti led
everything and never gut
any good. Last January,
before 1 commenced tak
ing HOOP'S SAIIHAl'AKIL
, . .cdinc all up. pain in my
Coinptflintvhvsi and arms, hea.laeho
and dizzy. I could not
get up without feeling weary and all fagged
out. Many mornings I was obliged lo lio
down on tho louime. To do any work Heem
ed alnnt linpossihle. Have taken two bot
tles, i lie iiiutKucne, uimess. am m my
chest and arms, and that feeling of mtenso
weariness arc all gone 1 can cat anything
.mil It il(-4 mil. nress 1110 at all.
liko work: in fact, like a new man. Can
1ii-:ntllv oenin ml 1 lot Ul'rt S.MtSAl'A III LI.A.
und hope all who desire to know anything
about it will coino to me mid aslt what I
think ol it. Wry truly yours,
JO.NATllAN J. COUt UN.
Works throuli the blood, rryuhitinrTjniiftip
and i m-iimvi.' in; all the funclionsof the body.
pold by dniggists. Trice SI, or six for?1.
!. 1. 1UXH) & CO., Lowell, Mass.
Money and Jewelry !
lih'KN away vn II
Cans of Tea and Cokfek.
Tlie MiTclmiils' Tea Company, of New
York, liave opened n branch in Uavcn
poi't, at the corner of 4th anil Jirmly
Their tens nro put up in paper cans,
eneh can weiiiiny;, ineludin contents IS
pound;, untl is soiil, can und contents, ul
the unirorm price of $1.00 to one und
The tea itself is of n excellent quality
and well worth the money.
The eolVee is put up in paper cans,
each can weighing, including contents,
uhout 3 pounds, and is sold, can and con
tents, tit the same price us the tea, viz:
$1 .00 per can.
The coffee is hard to beat, gives satis
faction wherever used, and is worth a
dollar of niiybo.ly's money.
Kvcry can contains a souvenir of from
len cents to $50 in cash, or gold or sil
ver watches or jewelry, also genuine dia
mond jewelry. No blanks. The tea
and colfee being worth ul a fair retail
price more than asked without any re
gard to the souvenirs. This company
tukea this method to advertise their
goods, und after thirty days these teus
and coffees will be sold wholly on their
merits, by their agents at the same price,
but without the souvenirs. This com
pany bus appointed over fifty agents in
various chics, none of which are now
giving souvenirs, the time having expired,
yet each agent has a large and rapidly
growing trade, as the superior quality of
these goods become known.
Orden by mail promptly forwarded to
nil points of (he United States.
Addict MKUClIAN'ns TKA CO.,
Corner Uh and IJrudy Ms., Forrest's
hloclc, Davenport Iowa. 1'iiee $1.00 per
can; (i cans for tfo.OO; Ml cans for $10;
27 cans for fr!i0.
The following is a partial list of furtn
nate purchasers who found valuable
souvenirs in their cans of lea mid cof
fee: Mr. II. F. Pc'eifon, div doods mers
ch ml, genuine diamond slud; Mrs. John
Larkin. Koek Island, solid gold ring; Mr.
A. Weinberg, Sr., Koek I-lar.d, stem
winding and stem setting watch; A. F.
Harber. conductor C, JJ. & Q. railroad,
Koek Island, solid gold ring; Mis Mary
Olsen, Ninlh street, ladies' diamond collar
butlon; Arthur Smith, farmer, Koek Isl
and, stem winding and stem setting watch;
lady refused name, solid gold ring; Mrs.
Mary llentzknum, 1124, Maraqette street,
Kc.iuine diamond riny; U. C. W'ahre,
teamster. !?o0 in curiciicy; M. King,
bnikciimii C, I. I. k I. railway. Hock
Ihiml, ludies' cloitelain watch.
THE PiONEER MUSIC STORE
J. C. WALLACE,
Ann Hllkiml or
Tin l.a-m Uir.M NOVELTIES:
The Gem Holler Organ!
The Auto Harp, &c.
Special Hfii until, " n b-ij ina from llii hoiic ;
ut. Trie onlv iln in tlii- vjrjtiitr urier? von
run liel Iho (iol.U 6TltlNt I'lANO (no ruftinx
of Hit- Mriii..)
Knit. The only place where jou can fiud the -
Wt'iUl Fained Burdett Organs.
3rd. A tlmriiiiirh kiiowle.lffp of Instruments,
ronsr l nt ioui ad ice to cuWoinerf fir their ioter
et. 4lli. Ahility to tlnmniRlilr repiirary instru
ment TriMii h I'iiUin to a .len n Uarji.
full in or write to
.!. f. WA1 I.Al E,
110 West Second Street, Itavenpor . Inwa.
C. P. SW ANSON,
Contractor and Builder,
No. 2i 21 4th Ave.,
Re-ldence, No. 9308 Seventh Avtfiue,
ROCK ISLAND. ILLINOIS
THE MARKETS. -
CUlC'AGo, Njv. at
Tka market quota tioa oa taj bjari tt
trado, to-day. wure -.followJi Wheat
ii NoVttiubor, opened mid closed (itc;
luceiuuer, cumus 1 H9c, elo ed tH'c; Jan
uary, opened idc, clo.-ed SOc. Corn No.
'A NnVfinbor, opened 44c, elo-el 4i!i;
Deodinber, openei 4'Jc, clOieJ 41Kej year,
omd 4iH", cloie.1 4le, Ouu N i. &
lit'L-oiiiber, oteued and clod 2c; Jauuiry,
opened ' closed "So; May, opened and
cluwd fil,Sp- I'ork I'efonioyr, opttned and
clood Jii.tUt; January, oend and closed
ill. iti i; Kobruary, opwued $i0.0.i, eiosed
$ lu.trjv. ljard Decvonb.r, opened and
Live fitofi: The Uaioa Stock yarjt r
pfirt tt;e fidlowinj range of pries, iiog.
Tlio market opened active, witU ptckers
aud sinpiKsr l.uyiugat flj decline; liRlit
grade, H):.mi; rougu packing, .;i.4it
a;!.iii; hoavy jiackinK and thippini lot.
.s.iio(t.8-''. t'attle Slow aiU weak; ship
pin-, ;.:d(35.t',; buUibers, J.ooay.lW;
stocker. 'J.4U(3;i.SU. Slieop Steady ; com
Ul'Jii, f.UUtiiljU; good, !, 60(:1. 4i.
Produce; liutter Ka oy creamerv, 2
at'ic; ku--k1 dairy, I7(flile; packing, TtSc
Kr H. 1 fig Fre-.U-lfcid, 2 Its per doz.
.tatoes Karly rose, 4040o j er bu;
Bur banks .'iU&'tc; mixed lots, SotflWc,
all on track in car-lote; wet rHijtuie
1 101.15 per bid. Sultry Cliiohons
tie per lb.; turkey .4, oC8Hc; ducks. 80;
geee. $0. 00t8. UO, and prairie cbickeng,
$4.0O(4. 50 per doz. Apples Choloe )
fancy, $l..r)0(1.80) and lecond, $1.00$
1.00 per bbl.
New Yokk, Nov. a I.
1Y beat No. 3 red winter Daefuifr, Mc;
do January, OsJiic Corn No. J in sd
lHcemlmr, .Vi;c; do January, Mr. (Jat
No. a niiXtf'i .luuuary, .'lO'-o; Ke It nary,
3?c bid. liye Firmer: western, fhlii'c;
state, tlTto'.ic. ltarley Noeiinal. R.rk
uiiii; uit's ;, io.jjin 10. .!;. jjttr'i fii.4i
Novum be r, Jti..'( L'ectmilor.
St. Lovis, Nov. ui,
Wbiiat Vnaotlloil, with hUt trading,
closnJ bMotv yu-t-ji'day ; No. J red
cash, lMcmber, O.'c; Jniinr.rr,
U7;v:; May, $1.0..;. Corn tlltl and .c
lower; cau, yu'c; N'vembr, Jiiii
unry, "!414o; Mn , 'Mr. UutsWt y slow ;
cH-h, auofjro; May, :;0Vc. Hyo St. alv;
iU-. Whiy Ht'o-dyj $1.10. f'n.vii-ioi)
Purl.', firm; new, 5IU, t.ardCilunt; j-0 i'5
To lb no, Ohio, Nov. i'u
Wheat Inactive ami firm; cash or No
vember, 9.Vc; December, it.'io bi t; J.tn
uary, 97 ',c; February, OSc; May, $!.u.i.
Corn I loll aud stody; cash, 4tc; Novt'ii!
)t)r, 4; e; year, 41c; January, 'is '-c;
May, 4lo a-' -d. Oats Firm; cash, U'Jr;
Alttv, 'Mr. Clover Heed Finn mid ml ;
cash or November, $5.70; December, S'-.Vij
January, $.". Si; February, $r,0r).
Article. Opcuinn. Ckn? inc
Nov. 83i t48"H
Nov. 43'i 4-iK
IH-c. 4m, 41'4
Jan. 3i) HS'n
Oats Oct. H4'."
Pec. Hfa s
Poiur Oft. .... 8 74
Nov. 8 n: y IHI
Dec. 8 5 M Oil
Jnn. tt '.HI 10 lUl
Nov. (1 15 i: 17
1K-C. u 15 0 17
.Ian . j ti .
HiBi Oct. .... 4 75
Nov 5 09 4 r,7
Di e. 4 !5 4 70
Jim. 4 i 4 Ki
lios fi.r.,roo; hjriu, a 10 3 53; mixiMi, a 45a tiu
h ttv 3 HkCi 85
HOI K ISLAND.
II.iy Ttiniitliy 51-J.OO
11 -oil 4c. New. ::tc.
roid-Sofi 11 ; haul 5U,
iUtJ V ni.i1 t (HI.
Slni v (Mi
HALF-CENT A WOKH.
Tin: A not'H hcrenrter will iinhlich hi IIiIh col
umn nil ti Jvfi'liHi-iiH'iitH of boat, Kouiiil, For lb-nl
'or H;d?. Ito-nl or Itooni-". Wiinti'il. anil sinilldr
noticcn, at tlie low rale of onf fntlf a rent a won.
m ti itiiiire a woiil. but 110 H(lVfrticiiitnt Ickn
Mtiin U'D com s.
1?OR BALK, 0L1 TAPKKS IN ANY
- quantity at UHk ofllcc, rluinp.
LS01l SALK, A IIOK8K", 11AKNFSH
und liylit 1 wo denied wngou, chcaji : ciio 11 in? ol
VI t'UA.8. I' I Ell Mi.
Wolt BALK, A GOOD SKOONU HAND
Hi:nio, w ill tic oolil cheun. KniMilrc nf
2U-lf LOTllAIt HAIiMS.
UoU 8ALK, SIXTY LOTS IN MY AD
- iliitntisa -o Hie city if Koek Wiimd ,n four year
ly payment, wild intercut at nix penvnt ht an
num. ' It PAVKM'OKT.
OU KENT FITKNISUKD ROOMS,
wiih or wlttmuf tmaH: Third avi-ntic, on door
est ol UantM rtiurch, ommi-itc ( yiirl lintic.
17-til A. RrWKWKI.b.
WANTKI), A OIRL TO DO OKN-
cral iiuuu work; enquire al No 1317 Fourth
avenue. 1 1
ANTED, TWO SALESMEN TO
lake order fo: our good : npply to
ADAMS ,M -(i '"..
lift Main tUrci t. Davenport, Iowa.
WANTED. A OKNTLKM AN OF GOOD
tuidres. Inlellieiit. and iiaxinL' a fair Knir
lili I'tlucatioii, n out door ciii.'Miuin Mut In
ovrr'Jl year old; apply lo P. V. L'ollier, 1 :t
Mum struct, Davenport, lown. a Mm
E. MEYEH. Prn.riH.jr-
Game (in Season.)
' Etc., Etc.,
Opp. Union Square,
Nos.'1917 and 1919
The RADIANT HOME and the
CLIMAX COOK are the BEST
Stoves in the world.
WILLARD BAKER & CO.'S
S. H. MOORE'S
ewing Machine Room
Third Ave., and Twentieth St., Hock Island, III.
A FULL SUl'I'LY OF
Of vitrious kimltt alwaj-K on Iiand. n will pjiy ym In mil Hint nee us. riiymcutu cimy,
Kveiy Miichine '1 horouylity 'rruiileil.
We Repair all Kinds of Machines,
Kt'ci Cll. Ncnllin ami Mipiilii-e Tor all liitir't of Witcliiiii's. in ftic-f havo !i (Irmral Si'Winy Miicliliic
and 8iijily llouo. Wi; i-iiy ayain,
UlgT'It will pay you to come and see us.
Gamble ts. Bromley and Ml
Tuesday Evening November 24th, 1885
New Oyster Parlor.
f A p,...T Hhh i)M'ticfl h New OvRtrr PmiIiii- iiini ('oiilcclinru'ry
iVIIi J. VjAHAL, KIiiI.IUIiiih.iii. m
No. Ki4 Third Avenue, Koek Island,
Ami o1ii-itM h Khiirt1 of pniitic piilroiiiic.
New Meat Market!
STOLTENBERG & STEINBECK, Proprietors.
No. 2225 Fourth Avenue, Rock Island.
4gyTlie bent grailes of Krcsli and Suited Mints constantly on luwl A fair share
f pulijic p-tlrouKf is rrnptrtfully wiliciu-cl.
JOHN T. NOFTSKER
Acorn Cook Stoves,
Early Breakfast Cooks,
Hard Cod Stcra,
LtAVixtiXJ, J With the celfl'-'iu:ll'ri. AlHrnht-..
xptuous nminif Curi .
''(foorl Dkjtfition wnitUi'.t- .
Al3Ql-t'l'" Chicjio aiul Kuiiuub City &nd
c;i;o 00 1.
ti OOI. ! D PR
i; no o o l. i d k
r.fi OO LLLL DDI) KKK
rt for Illinois oaj-
ree them before birs'
lBe sure r ;
Opposite Harper Hoiine.
t Chair Ckirn.
AM i anfl fit. Paul,
1 A k i Tfirritortos
n to tho
-.1. C o I lish
Hie nricsi oTuviioth..
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