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mm PRICE FIVE CENTS. UOCK ISLAND, WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 25, 1S85. VOL; XXXIV. NO. 31. V WE CHALLENGE THEM ALL! BABRESTG NONE! On Prions, Variety of Slyle and Eh'iUit Kits in Clothes for the Old. Clothes tor the Young. Clothes for the Big Ones. Clothes for the Little Ones. Hats, Shirts, Gloves, Underwear. Our New Full Goods 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, it is the largest in the vicinity. Learn our prices, they are the lowest in the city. THE GOLDEN EAGLE makes no idle boasts, always does as agreed, never misronresents but tills a promise to the letter. Come and sue our late arrivals of I Joys and Children's Clothing, They al'e 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 OHice Block, Rock Island, Illinois. A. LOEli, Mang'r. J. 33. ZIMMER, MM MM KKI A -MN N1 AA S N N A A N N N !U IN I M M K It lid M M M M K It It (1 M M M M KKK UltRIt f ' M MM M K K 111! M MM MK K lt: 1 M M KHKK H. Itt MIMIII A A N S N II II AAA N N N I- II II A AN N N I'll II II A AN NN Has rereived his 8tork of AND WINTER BISU1TINGS,B lISTI3 OVERCOATINGS, A larger and liner stock than ever. No. 1810 Second Avenue, Hock Island, 111. Our Fall Importations of S yf Suitings and Overcoatings yf yr c are replete with all the yJ Kfy Novelties of the LJy X VN" X s sSyAy y ctl&y y SfjS S comparison in our v s JillH of IIats ani Men'8 ' yr Furnishing Goods generally. DAYIS "J -sj Deerk's Block, Moline, 111. Telophoue 41. . (lOO Tilt K It t OH IV ) OK It OltKRK ; u it I Dll K ) It Ii & CO., PLUMBERS Steam Fitters. A complete stock of Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing, Hosp, Fire Brick, Etc. Sole agenti for Water Motors for Sewing Ma chines, Etc., Deane Steam Pumps, Novelty Force Pumps, .,P.at.. II.,., ,;,-, P.;iara nn.l rVi. tractors for furnishing and Lay- ing Water, Gas and Sewer Pipe. 1712 First Ave., Rock Island, Illinois. Telephone 1H8. Residence Telephone 107. a ii r, A A lit. A A 111. A A II 1. AAA II t A AMI. A AI1L.LM. PEOPLE AND POLITICS, PROHIBITION AGITATION SHAKING UP THE NEW YORKERS. Interview Itattteeii the President snil Senator Voorhoeft King's lie ply to Junei Nkw York Elec tion Keturn. New Yonic, Nov. 25, The agitation ol the liquor question in this city has hteaJily email more au-i mure exciu.., until au un pidceJenteJ turmoil ox Ms iu the biwuat uf bevfciaoA. There is active ami viileut Ui-i- cori tx twauii the JVobibitionisUj unJ tho ad vocflte-fof a high license lr. Tiie latUT, led by the combined KpUcopal clergy an J tho society for tbe prevention uf crime Imve eu terea Uxit a poworru. cam pn.31.. To defeat this inuvo iriont tho t-ama Prohibitionists who con iluetei the L-anvass that polled .11,1)011 Vuto in tho state have nreauiaad anew, with tho especial intsnttnn ot end in? hpoakors to every corner of the common wett.lt u. itiis ii mount to counteract the religious appeals that ware two months ago mailed to the clergy, imploring them to advocate high licotist. and wtui'U bave proved influential The Prohibitionist disfavor all licensing. The l eal H 'publican politicians are gener ally in la .'or now of a law making the license feu f 1.0.M a yeir fur distil lot liquors, and onlv KU for wine-t and beer. That would satisfy tiie Uurniniis and gratify the church in on. Tiie Udiuucrati aro likuly to taUe ti tin:ilar view in cu ,o the maiidato from thu tK e ratifying thj expression of the U:ilii mnro cuuvoutiuu against tbe liquur trtiiilc proves U be evee. On tho wtiulo, tlioi o- fore, the rusult is ijretty f-uro to bo a hiih liuLMe for whiky and a low ona for leer, with incidentally a clo-ure of many wiefce 1 reports through tbe appointment of uusym pathetic cXL-iio comu)Hionera. Vitorliee and the l'rosldciit. "U'ahhinutii.v Citv, Nov. :J5. The corre spondent of Thii Ciiuriuuati Knquirtu' tele g rap I s hi.i uiar as follows; A yen tlein tin who called on Sinator Voor boon suy that tho son a tor spent an In ui und a half with tho provident at tho ix Jibu ti vo luaiitiioti. He quote i Mr. Vroorhe;s a saying mat the visit was tho moat pleasant and satisiactory ons no lias ever had witu Mr. Cleveland. During ttio course of the convor-iatioii the prosidout i quoted by Voorhees m saying that h& in tended to "stand by'1 the Democratic party, and that hereafter bo believed thoro would be but little cause, if any, for complaint. The oenatur, during the interview, alluded to the published btatemiMit that twodU- Batislii'd Udiuucrats of lerre ilaute t ity .Attorney Foley and Dr. HoberiB bad calb'd on tho president for tho purpose, it Is reported, of protesting against homo of tbe lndianap pointmeiitH which have boon made iqoii Mr. Voi.rLo s' request The president told the senator that be bad no recollectiou of ever having stteit tho parties alluded to. If they hud called their talk had not loft any im pression whatever upon his mind. Tho sen ator made an ft Tort to aid the president to remember tho two callers, but Mr. Cleve land insisted that be could not recall evoi having soeii or talked with either Mr. Foley or Dr. Roberts. air. Joimt' Charges Answered. Washington City, Nov. ii,. Congress man King, of I, nmiaiia, recently receive 1 a latter from Cutbbert Jones ot' tiie same state, which, after crediting Mr. King with alwut ill tbo vice-, declared him a liar, scoua Irel and cow an i. U wis expecto 1 that a duel wouli result, but Mr. King hah furnished the following for publication: Washington ('itv, Nov. 'Si, lsN".--! have to-day read tuo lottar of Cuthb.'i t 11. Jonus ol the lillh iiist., publL-died in tin New York Tribune of tho tth and repub lished in tho New Orleans Times-Democrat of the Kt, and elewhere, ad deem it proper only to tay tliat 1 consider Mr. Jones as an aasins, and insupiort of my conclusion 1 ubll-ij the following unsolii' ibHl telegram fr in Oen, Will 1 Martin: Nati mf.Z, Mis June, 1SS5. J. KuiYD King, Washington, D. C: If Jones, ap Itnintcd tu Callao, is Cuthbort Hullet Jones, bocond sou of Charles Jones of Catalonia, it can be proved beyond question that he was one of the assasins of (Jen. LiddoU and lied the country to avoid the consequences of the murder. Wtuu T. Mahtin. ' As the representative in congress from the Fifth Jxmisiana tlistrict, in which tho murder occurred, my opposition to Mr. Jone-' appointment to otHce lias boon earuost and uncompromising. 1 can have" no con troversy with a man of bis character. Nor can I notice the assault he makes upon me in ;.ueh a way ai the public might exject if it bad come from any roputahld soun-e. J. Fun'D King. Complete New York Election Figures. New Yohk, Nov. :.'5,-The Times has col lected through its spacial correspondonts the complete illcial (Inures of the last election in this t,late. Hill's totiil this year is iUl,4l8, wliic1! is 01,i."iJ le-s than Ctev.dan Ts in and M:!,3H) l-s-than Cleveland's in IHSl, Hill ii ato votes behind his own vote for lieutenant governor in iSSJ. Davenport's total vote h T-iii-t lest than Hlaino's in issi, but I J -17, CO J larger than Folger's in and -18 G19 larger than Can's vote for secrotary of state in lssi Davenport i behind Carr this year l2,.'Vil vote. Ttio Prohibition vote, which was D.i,7S;t in 18K2 and 24, m in 1884, baa risen tc 80tS-i(.i tbis yoar. A Had Keturn. Hoi.DitooK, Mass., Nov. 25. Thirty ont years ag j Ltonard Poole lft bis wife and Infant daughter here to sejk bis fortune in the wost lie became a old-miner. About a j'ear ago bii wife die I. The daughter bad previously become tbo wife of Lutnar Hay den. After bavin; ex perienced various vicissitudes tbe absent father at length determined to retrace hi steps toward tho east. Collecting what gold he could he boarded a train which was pill aged by high way men and be lot all bii po.-sessions. He was thrown ctf the train and received painful injurie-. He managed to r.ach Boston in a sorry mental condition, au l was arrested as a vagrant and rant to the Bridgewater workhouse. He wsi found there by his eou-in-law a day or two ago and taken tc the latter' home. British Election Returns. London, Nov. 25. The returns frnm Tuesday's elections come in slowly. Tb following candidates have been elected un opposed: The Ht Hon. David Piunkott and the Kt Hon. Hugh Hjlmes, Conserva. tives, f r Dublin university; T. Burt (laboi candidate) for Mar path, Northumberland j O. O. Trevelyan, Liberal, for tbe Hawick burg, Galashiels; Juuin McCarthy, Nation altst, for Nwry, . Ireland; CA. Stanley. Conservative, for Blackpool division oi Lancashire, and Campbell Banner man, Liberal, for tho Stirling burghs, Hcotlond. Throe tm One Week. Washington Chy, Nov. ,25. Hichard Lee (colored) Monday night w hile in a jealou1 lit shot and billed bis wife. Ho was arrested ane lolled in jaiL This is the third brutal p.irder which bas occurred in WasiugtM wilbia a week. E. W. Hurst represents tbe ieadin Amcrican and Forcien Insurance Co's Policies carefully writ ten at current rates, ijrency established 1874. Office over Rock Island National Bank. WARNER AND WORK. Subilance of the Indletinsnt Against litem by the tiraud Jury. Nrw Yonic, Nov. 25, A reporter has been permitted to see tbe Indictment found by the Unitod States grand jury against William K Warner and J. Henry Work and Funliuaud Ward, charging them with com plicity in defrauding the Marine National bank. It is a iengthy document and (Contains eiht counts each of which charge i Warl, Warner and Work with cither abstracting of misapplying unlaw fully funds belonging to tbe Marine I tank, or conspiring and ailing in such un lawful acts. The chief points of the indict ments are that Want on May 1&4, being nt the time an officer and director of tbe Murine bank "unlawfully and wilfully and with intent to injure and defraud the bank for the benefit aud advantage of himself, Warner and Work and diver e others whose names are to the jury yet unknown" mis applied money and funds of the bank amount ing to IT t, ;J:10. 75. Tho ind ictmout also charges that Ward, while director, by means of a chock dated May 3, 1M1, nuthurizod the bank to pay to th i order of Warner 981,000, although as Ward we 1.1 know, this sum was not then on deposit to his credit in the bank. That Ward did this unlawfully, deviling that bo himsolf, Warner, Work and others should appropriate to their own use the 75. Tue indictment continues that this amount was paid on the next day by the bank against tbo jwacoof the United (State!, and thoir dignity, and contrary to I be form of the statute in such coses made and provided. The indictmoutalso presents that Warner and Work were prosenb "aid ing, allotting, counselling and procuring" Wurd to cumuii t the dl'ense, they then and there in tending to defraud the hunk. Upon the completion of tho bonds (he case aguiu-t Warner before United iStatHs Commi sionir Hhields was formally dismissed. Assistant Unite! States District Attorney General Fast.jr snid the case would bo pu bed ton speedy trial The trial is net down fur th: sjcond Wednesday iu Iocember. The punish i a wm uf con viction i-i a term from live to ' tmi yttv in state prison. John C. Work became buidsman for William S. Warner and James H. Work in in the sum of U,U()0 each before Judgo iJrowu in tlio Ciiit-td Status circuit court Tuuh lay morning. Tho accused camo of their own volition to tho court, having re ceived official intimation of tluir indict ment. Therefore the Iteiieb warrants ii.ued wore not served. CATTLEMEN IN ST. LOUIS. An fcflorl Will lie Made to Consolidate the Two Creat live .Slock Sindetlos. 8t. Lot; is, Nov. 25. The cattlemen's con vention was called to order at Tues day morning, Kx-Uov. Itoutt, f Colorado, m tho chair. Severn 1 invitations of a hoi pituble nature wore accopte I. A communi cation was read from Humor 1. Smith, president of the Cati Umii-ii National association, wtiicii at their annual meeting in Chicago lately appointed a committee of conference to moot a similar commit tee from the conven tion. Mr. Smith state f that their commit toe can nut acopt the invitation extended to them to vidt present convention for tbe piirpofl-i of elaborating plans for a consoli dation of the two socio! ios, but suggests the propriety f two committee mooting here, believing that they may roach, at feast, a harmonious understanding. Hm. Klmer 1). Wa liburn, and Mr. Coy, of the livo itock -x hange, of Chicago, in add res -es upon "Tuo I'ositiou of the Chicago Jive Sto k Kxcbauge Ujmn tiie Animal Industry Udi," s-ovoroly denounced tho "experts'1 and veterinarians who e imaginations were tho most potent factors in producing tbo pleuro pneumonia scare la-t summer, which cost the titack-groweiM of the coun try thousands, simply that the "export." should all havo jobs ami fee. "An expert," said ho, "in the catllo businoss is as ueesj as a fifth leg upon a street car mule." Mr. C'umiinehain, of 'iVx:ts, then addressed tho convention upon "Cattle ludustry in Texas,' which subject he handled very ably, claim ing that the Toxns fever would uj robbed of all its terrors when it became thoroughly understood. The Oin aim Con feasor a Fraud, Jolikt, Ills., Nov. 2V The John PJerson who llgures in un Omaha special as confess ing the mysterious murder of Col. W. R Smith, of the United Statos district court, in ltWl, is an arrant fraud. He bas served nine terms in the Ohio, Louisiana, Iowa, Ne braska and lllinou state prisons, including live terms in Joiiou vv line in jail at Hloom ington be confessed that he was old man Header and that be murdered Murray Mc- Connel at Jacksonville, and caused a sensa tion. He escaped from the Joliet prison and was recaptured at Ottawa, 111. Chief of l'olico Murray, of this city, has bis record, aud says be is an adopt In feigning insanity r innocence, nnu tnat no is our or tbe worst borso thtevoy, burglars and robbers. The Strike of Nailers. PrrrRBL'Rri, Nov. 25, It was as-ertod in a morning piper here Tuesday that the east orn nail manufacturers are furnishing the striking nailers of the wet with funds to carry on the Btrike, which bas boon in progress since last June, and that they bave agreed to continue tho contributions till tho strike ends one way i-r tbe other. This action, it is said, account! for the promptness with which the manufacturers of nails In the east granted the advance asked by the nailers. The eastern nailers, too, are making weekly payments, and all the striking nailers in the western districts fool very much encouraged by tbe outlook. The Tie In llilllards. Chicaoo, Nov. 23. At a meeting in tbis city Monday night of tbj tbre great bill iard players aud their friends, it wai de cided to play no gam is 1 1 broak tbe tie of the recent tournament-. I he profit of tbe tournament will tn ,i tel between tbe three experts and t i-y will immediately start on a trip south, giving exhibition games at HL Louis and other cities reported Karthquake. Londov, Nov. Severe shock of earthquake were felt in 8 pa in Monday at Vein. Malaga, AnJiuia, and especially at Alhama. There wer also seUinic move ments of the African coast and numerous landslip, an l it is reported that the bad of the Mediterranean ea bas risen perceptibly. SPECIAL EXTRACTS MOST PERFECT MADE Pnrpst and stronireflt Natural Fruit Flavors. Vanilla, Jmoo, Orance, Almond, Rose, etc, flavor as delicately and naturally .jj tbe fruit. j IKtUL PRICE BAKINQ POWD CO. A Know Storm- Wil.KEsiiAKHK. Pa., Nov. 25. A heavy rain storm set in here on Sunday and continued throughout Monday until the evening, when it changed to snow The fltonn is slill ragim furiously. He- ports from the mountain districts are to tbe cflect I hat sixteen inches have already fallen. Tho snow at Penobscot, seven miles from here, is reported twenty-two inches deep. Wkstminsteu, Md., Nov. 25. Snow has fallen for the latter part, of the day and it has reached the depth of six inches. PURE ABSOLUTE OF UJALl'U. P OmJXJU TT1E marvellous results of Hood's 8a it BAi'Aim.LA upon all humors and low conditions of the blood (as w prov en by the cures effected) i) X prove it Oia tinct iti non mkik .-x. r j Such has been the sue- this article at home- ly every family in X X y whole neigh- borlioods have been cJr Staking It nt the same time. Alt It eradicates scrofula, vital-X-X a vital- izes and enrich- tho blood, i thereby restoring and rcnovat-j fiug the whole sys- tern. Hood's f C HAltSAPAUILLA pUri- Cos the X. blood. Hood's Saks a- taiiilla oJ curesdyspepsia. Hood's Sahsa- rcJ1 XrAiiiLLA cures bilious ness. A peculiar point In Hood's SAit- hatakilla is that U builds up and strengthens tho system, while- it eradicates disease, and as nature's great assistant proves itself invaluable as a pro tect ion from diseases that originate in cJiiinL'es of the seasons, of climate and of We. SCROFULA. 135 Howard Street, I I,owkll, Mass., dan. 17. f MKSSns. C T. Ilimo Hi Co.; (Jelitleilien I have used Moon's Saksapaiui.la in my family for serofulous humor with wonderful auecess, and uui happy to tell you tlmt it is the best inediirinc wo ever used. I do sin cerely udvisc any one who is troubled with scrofula to kivc this valtiablc remedy a trial, ami assure them they will not be disappoint ed. Verv truly yours, (Cuburn Shuttle Co.) C.C. rit'KKUlNa. Hooi's Sahsaiakii.i.a is sold by all lrug plsts. Trice id per bottle; six for $5. Pro pared by 0. 1. HOOD & CO., Lowell, Muss. I will r;ell at privali' niiU: ill the pIop.' ronni, 11W Wcct Mi-ti'iid vtn el, liiivtMiporl, ml Hint HpNoiilhl stot-k of Clocks, Watches, Jewelry, Jtc, latelv ow'iieil ly 0 . Rklund, romincnrint: .Nov. iM, iHh. Now it the chaiu'v for Holiday ;ooiiH at your own prices. (JKO. B. IlUBBKLb, Assignee. $1,00. NEW DEPARTURE. Money! Money!! Money!!! The Merchants Tea Co., 101 Brady street, commence their money days tos lay, when every can on the shelves will contain a sum of money, running in amount from 10 to $50; no blanks. You cannot buy a enn without gelling money in U. As this will probably he the lust week this company will give away pres ents with their runs of lea and police, wc wish to give the cilieiis ol Davenport, Hoi'k l.sland and Mnlinc a bene (it before leaving the city . Money days the bal ance of this week. Price $1.00 per can, 6 ctina for $.VM; 13 cans for $10; 27 cans for 20. Orders by ina 1 promptly forwarded to nil parts of the United States, and must be accompanied by cash or P. O. order. The following js u partial list of fortu nate purchasers who found valuable Houvenns iu their cans of tea and cof- Wm. (ionners (street car driver) SO in oId ; Miss Mary Holers (sen in stress) nth street, 10 silver dollars; ticorue Winters (brakeman) O. , Ii. & Q. railway, ifott in citricncy; ltltle Churl u 1'tirker, Eighlli street, 5 silver dollars; George Howelis (oroccry clerk) Kouk Island, 110 in gohl; H. H. llearler, (locomotive fire man) $15 in currency; Kobt. (I. Water man. Moline, $ in gold; C. McDonald (clerk) Hanson's .roeery, I'd silver doK lars; Mr. II. It. Hartford, general agent Moliue Wagon Co., $y in silver; Adolph Dean (farmer) Uieeutree, Scott Co., la., stem winding, stem setting watch; Miss Anna Decring, 11!) Center street. Dca Moines, Iu., genuine diamond collar hut ton. Mr. II. F. Petcrsnn, dry doods mcrs chant, genuine diamoiiit stud; Mrs. .John Lurk in, Hock Island, solid gold ring; Mr. A. Weinberg, Sr., Kock Island, stem winding and stem setting watch; A. F. Barber, conductor C, B. & Q. railroad, Hock Island, solid gold ring; Miss Mary Olsen, Ninth street, ladies' diamond collar button; Arthur Smith, farmer, Hock IsK and, stem winding and stem selling watch; lady refused name, solid gold rin; Mrs. Mary lleutletnan, ll',M, Marantic street, pe.iuine diamond ring; U. C- Wahre, teamster, 50 in currency; M. King, brakeman C, H. I. & P. railway. Hock Island, ladies' chatelain watch. THE PIONEER MUSIC STORE LOCATED 1857. J. C. WALLACE, Dealer in Pianos, Organs, SHEET MUSIC, And all kinds of Musical Instruments. The Latest Mt'SICAL MVE1.TIES: The Gem Roller -an! f .auto Harp, &c. Special advantage; j'jyins from Hit hotipe ; -lt. The onlv v in thin viPinitv when.- yon cancpttli iiOLO &TK1NU i'lANU iuo riiititiK of tbe firing..) 9nd. The only place where you csd flod tbe World-Fap Hurdett Organs. aid. A tli irlodpc of Inlrnmenta, e.l. 4th. AhtllTv to thomarhlv renitr snv instru ment fmm Piano to m Jews Ilarp. C'li In or write to J. r. Wallace, i id ncsi wcona street, usvenpor', lows. THE MARKETS. Chic auo, Nov. U4. Tha market quotation ou tfia bjarj ot trade, to-day, were as folio wj: Wh-at fix 2 Nuvomber. ooened 7e. closed 87Lic; Uecember, opone 1 ie, clo ed b79; Jan uary, openea bc, cio-a ooae, uirn-im a November, opened clo ed 4;c; l)o(vinlw4rv nuene.l 4LWe. clo-ei year. uened 41i closed 41fto; May, opened and closi'U jac. uats .1 isewuiuur, tmrnqd liSVc. closed "iVi:: Januirv, opened and closed aSi;: Blav. uiwuecl :l l-ka, closed 'A t f . Pork Doee i n bj r. o i n ued U. 5, clud fl. U0; January, opened lc. in, clo ed Peoruary, opeuej iu.y-4, cioseti ilO.UTU. Lard I)ei-eiub(jr, oieuod and closed tO.liJ. I.ivfl 8trtck-Tha Union Htork vartU re- prt tiie following ratios of pnc iiog The market opened active and strong, with packers buying freely, ami prices 10l5c Higher; light grades, ."t.aiy;J.75; rough packing. ;i.5,J(g;i.70; . heavy packing and hhippniK lota, $;i.7."(3.on. Cattle Good grades strong. 4.UO0 i.4r; cnmmoii iiuu, ;t irdl4.lHi: butchers. l.75(d;l 00: Btocker. fU.iHJ(t4;i.?5. Hlieep Slow; cjmuion, $1.70(3 ii. i t; g iod, f J. i.rHf$i.;u. Produce: Butter Ka-cy creamery, 2ia Hoc; koj1 dairy, 1 7gfi 18c; pat-king, 7(tt6o Pir lb. Kgg. FreiU-laid, idt'o pwr do utatoes Early rose, 4UyJ-Tie er bu liurbanks 5.i(tifir5u; mixed lots, "Jfii&tOc, nil on track in car-lot: sweet TKitatoea, $1.10C1.'- per bbl. Poultry Chicken-, itn nor lb. : turkov. H(a!iWc: ducks. e: geese, fli.UO7.UO per doz. Apples Choice to fancy, $1.50(1.73, and second. $l.tWuJ 1.50 per bbl. New York. New York, Nov 3l Wheat Na 'J red winter UeeemUn. 1lv do January, t7c; do Kobrurtry. ilSe, Corn No. a inixjd Noveiulnr, 05'j bid; di iJucumbor, 54iJe; du January, 'tUi-. Oat-. No. tfmixui Jatiuarv. IMiWc. Hve Fu-ni: H!ute, 7io. Harley Nominal. Puik Oiill; mess tlu.OOUi.:.'.'!. lard $o."j.i, Nuvemoei and Oecembor; lf(j.0&, January. St. SLouii. HT. Louis, Nov. -J4 Wheat Ijower; cloning weak; No. 2 re 1 cash, u4,34l'; rtuvember, it4''ii; uocomoer, U"i ,V: January, t)7tfe; May, $l.Uoi(((f l.lT '4. Coin Finn, but lower; cash, iiiiuv'd'iv, November, bid; year, 'c: January, 4c, nominni; May, aii.c. Uat Strong; cah, JJ7ae; November, iJecember and yoar, ii7c bid; M , ;!0'e. Kye Steady; ,V.Ij. Whisky Steady; $1.10. I'rnvMoiK Pork, linn; new, $IU.oj. Liard r irm; ft . la. Toledo. Toledo, Ohio, Nov. 34. WheatQuiet and firm: cash or No- vein bor, 94 c ; Decern I hi r, W5c ; Jan uary. wpsc feoruary. use: May, i.uy,. ijorn Inai-tive; caih, 4.'ic; November, Alfyici year. 4dl-c; May, 4(ie. Uats Kcarce; eah, JJuc bid; May, iiJc. Clover Seed Hail ami ta-y; cash. November or December, $5.ul asked; January, $5.7u; rotiruary, $0. 7, UlIK AOO. Article. Opening. Closin; Wn'T. net. .... Nov. HSa WJa; Dec. H7 b . Mi Jim. pTlB COun Ort. Nov. 4'Jla Ill'C. 411 41 Jan. S4 ST'u Oatb Oct. 241 Nov. iiK S1 Dee. art!, Jan. POKK Oi l. 8 74 Nov. 8 tw s or Dec. v5 H i'T Inn. 10 15 0 t'O Lard Oct. Nov. tl 25 17 Dec. ft STi 0 17 .Inn. U iW 6 5 HiB-, Oct. .... 4 75 Nov 5 09 4 fu Dee. 4 !." 4 70 .Jan. 6 00 4 2 llogp .Mi.rfWi; light, d n3 2370; mixed, .1 4S..3 0 h avj 3 7ta3 y.1 HOCK ISLAND. -mtfl 33c ll.tv Timothy S1-2. 00 May H'tUi JiO.UJ. Kve JOfi, I'orn -Old 45c. New, 3(c Polatnes rUC. OliiniM (idc. I-Hnft 11 : ha.U US 50. Con! v ocul 4.00. St ra v OU HALF-CENT A WOKO. Tun AnotiH herenficr will puhliuli In thit col itnn nil a iverlific nieiitu of I.ohl. Found. For Rent j'orStile. Itnnl or lfofiii!. Wanted, and similar nol iee, nt the low rate of one hatf'a rent a word. n lii'iire. a word, hut 110 naviTtiscmein. lens thitn ten cenls. OST A GOLD KINO WITH TIGER AivcHot. A Biictnble rcivard will he irnid the tltnier at this olllrf. TfoTi SALE( OLD PAPERS IN ANY quantity at this ntllce, chenp. If OR SALK, A 1IOKSE, IIAKNES8 an. lii'hl Iivn Mi'iilpil wiiirmi rlti'jinr pun Tilri' ill 1: CIIAS kikiui;. FOK SALK, A OOOl) SK0OND HAND will he unhl i lusan. Kniinifeftf LO'I'lt Alt HARMS. 1JOH SALE, SIXTY LOTS IN" MY AD ditioti 'o tiie citv of Hock IhiiiihI fn four year ly piiymetits, with intercut nt "ix perr.ent per an num, II DAVENPORT. F OU RENT FIMENISHKD ROOMS, with or without hnnrri; Third avenue, one door t of Uuptict ehtm-h, oppofite Court hmte. T-6t A. STOCK WEUi. LTANTK1. A OIHL TO DO OKN- cral houi- work ; eiiipiire lit No i;117 Fourth ii... II UOCK ISLAND E. MEYfiR, I'niprlilor- OYSTKlia, Fi8Ji, Game (in Season.) Tripe, Pig 3 Feet, Tongue, Pickled Goods, Etc., Etc., Opp. Union Square, Nos. 1917 and 1919 Second Avenue. C. P. SWANSON, Contractor and Builder, No. 21 2 1 4th Ave., Retidence,' No. fJOH ScvenUi Avtnae, ROCK ISLAND, HXIN0I8 FULTON MARKET! R. CRAMPTON & COMPANY The RADIANT HOME and the CLIMAX COOK are the BEST Stoves in the world. MILLARD BAKER & CO.'S 0 Opposite Harper Housh. Rock Island, - Illinois. S. H. MOORE'S ewing Machine Room Third Ave., and Twentieth St., Rock Island, 111. A FULL HVI'I'I.Y OK I First Glass or vuriouM kinds always on hand. H will pny yon to enll ami me t. I'ayn Every Machine Thoroughly Warriinteit. We Repair all Kinds of Machines, Keep Otl. Neerih-H ami f ujiplieK for all kim't" of Marline, in fan have a (Jeneml Sewing Macdiite ami yujiply Houne. e nay sain, tSTlt will ay you to come ami see uh. WESTBROOK AND HACKER. Champion Trick and Acrobatic BICYLISTS of the World, will give Exhibitions at the ROCK XeX-A.JXTI3 Skating Rink! Thanksgiving Day, AFTERNOON AND EVENING. UIii-ims Bund in iitM'niUiu'c. The lincli Islnnil Uli'C Club will bo introduced in tiie iillcniooo for tho tirst tiim; ntid will sins; two or llircu songs. General Skating, Marches, &c. Admission 15 cents. New Oyster Parlor. Xf.. A r.rr.T Hum oinncd Ni;w OyMtT l'arlor ami Conffctiont-ry iVirS A. IjAHAI., EstnblUluiicnt, nt ! No. 1324 Third Avenue, Rock Island, Ami Holicitu a li:ire nt public inlrmiHKt! New Meat Market! STOLTENBERG & STEINBECK, Proprietors. No. 2225 Fourth Avenue, Rock Island. JfcirTlie heat r' "f Frosli und Salted Meats constantly on band. A fair shuro if public imlnmane i. ri'njicctfiilly anliciti-il. JOHN T. NOFTSKER SELLS . Acorn Cook Stoves, Early Breakfast Cooks, ART INVINCIBLE, 1 tt i r . 1 U a. west minister, Hard Coal Heaters, LAUREL, ) With the celebrated Dnplex Grate. ALSO THE r.r.r; oo r. mm run nn n s8,. tttt a brr ti O O O I, II II F NN N 2 s T AA K R O O O L V 1 KK - N H N ".SSS. T A A KnR Ii r.O o O L P D K N NN J T AAA H K U1U OO LLLL HUD EKK N NN "bSH8 T A A R R Soft Coal Parlor Stove, the finest Stove out for Illinois Coal. ISST'Be sure and see them before buying. Machines l'aynients ennj. CHICAGO.