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1 VOL. XX XIV. NO. 270. KGCK ISLAND, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1S86, PRICE FIVE CENTS . 4 SM mm Now Offers to Undersell the World. We are Bound to Conquer Hard Times, and Clothe all the People of Rock Island County in the next Sixty days. Omi Immense Stock MUST AND SHALL UK SOLD. 25 Patterns Men's Cassiiueie Suits at $7, 40 Styles Finer Catsimere at 10, SUMMER CLOTH KS HALF GIVEN .AWAY COME ONEl COME ALL!! GOLDEN EAGLE CLOTHING STORE, f A. LOEH, Manager. Deerk's Block, Moliue.IU. Telephone atlM. Second Avenue corner of yX, s y Eighteenth St.) comparison in our S S r S liUe f IIats and Mtm'8- Furnishing Goods generally J. T. DIXON. MERCHANT TAILOR, And Dealei in Mens' Fine Woolens, 1706 Second avenue. -A.. Ice Cream Parlors, Bakery, nrTr, 3 vwri0NERY, No. 1109 "Mca;y-.,te of ill wind.' made to order. CLOTHING HOUSE. THIS GREAT COLOSSAL STORE BEHOLD THIS: And all Uoods down in Proportion. Be sure and do not miss this Great Hurry up for the Best Bargains. DAVIS & CO., PLUMBERS AND Steam Fitters, Acnuiilctc .-Uck of e, Brass Goods, Packing, Llose, Fire Brick, Etc. -SoK' s elite for Deane Steam Pumps, SKiHT FEED LUBRICATORS, We jjiiiMMntee every "i" nerf'-'t. an.l wiy .end Oiin., tw.'u'.y 1 c" triel, to r:Hxtu.- itiie partir. Safety Heating Boilers, and Contrac tors for funtishiuji and Laying Water, Gas and Sewer Pipe. 1712 First Avk., Rock Islaud, Illinois. Telephone 1148. Kieidencc Telephone 10(17 BOEHLEP, CIGARS, Em, Third Avenue, Rock Island. worth $12, been selling for Sale Rock Island, II FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE.", J. E. Loosley & Co., -GENERAL- Insurance Agents ll.DSMriHdmi'tiymlju.-'ltdmid luiid at ihW aire Ii r y. (Siiceea.soi of lluycs & Cleave. ami ) .-Agency edlabliwIicU .WW. Office in IJcioUm's Block . Kuford& Loosley, -GENERAL- Insurance Agents. The old F.re ami Turn Tried coutiiamrt! He pr'Hi:i(tcd LOSSES FROiVUTLY PAID. feU'ttae low a mii UcltHU' t Vim pan y can m!tftd Your I'atnm ttLt- m i-hc.U"i llTlHfii c in Ar.ru Uiock, AUCTION AND (EMISSION W. H. LUNDY, AUCTIONEER WUJ. Attend fcsale: errata CITY OR COUNTRY, at moderate cbargen, or ReceiveConsignments uiid mate prompt return, rood. Anno KOCK II LA 3D ILL WESTERN INVESTMENT ! Two-KtoryhrirklnisineHs house, front two main streets. Crowing County Seat. Kan 833. 5 OOO Hiiiuuiuii Will si ll hardwsn and implement iHttmieHH. Part cash, part lone l.'yi! Ki'.' '-' 'i:lit !. Annual Mb SIXTT THOUSAND, lii- iiiirk. KANSAS HARDWARE. Box 554- sr. JtisKl'li. MO. MORGAN PARK JzlLITARY CADEMY, Morgan Park. Cook Co., Illinois. Tli? hest Itity1 Hoarding School in the wust. Send for cai.-tlo-Mie u KD. H. KIRK TAI.OTT. Snpt. ni29-dwlm Lock Uox H. MttrKkn Park. Ill A Clear Skin is only a part of beauty; but it is a part Every lady may have it ; at least, what looks like it Magnolia Balm both freshens and beautifies. CAUSED NO EXCITEMENT, CHARLESTON RECEIVE8 ITS DAILY SHAKE WITHOUT FEAR. About 3, OOO lv.ipl. Uav. Left the City for More Congou ial Quarters Work of the Kellef Committees What a Promi nent Now York Architect Sajra of the BuiUliuKi of Charleston. CHAR1.KSTON, S. C, tiept. . At 5:40 Wwlmfilny ummiiiK there was anoiher slight sh,K'kT Init few persons felt it and no panic CiiKueil. At daylight there was the usual rush on the jiart of the colorwl rx-ople for the puMie rriiuiiiisaary, were rations are ilistnbuUil. The wx-nes about the streets Wednesnay murninK were more lively and the woik of pulling down disinantkai liouses ami totkimg walls is beins i-outiuued. The money rereiveil hen- amounts now to more than HHl,(H), lmt this sum will scarcely do more than relieve pressing and imnhHliate wants, i he hmt of Hie jn-ople of Miarles- Um are tom lied Ly tin gelierusfty of their fellow citiKens. The flight from the city continues. . rough estimate givw the tiumhcT of wome ami chiMren who have already left at almt .i,(lliu. i he railroatls are granting free Nisses, ttie issuance of which is entrustc.l to the mu nicipal authorities. To others siioeial ratos are mate. It is creditahle to the men f Charleston, ow-ever, t.i je aMc to s-iy that thev are, with ut few exceptions, at their posts. Many who were away on their summer hoh.hiv nau renime.!, unl thiwe who have had I rarry their families away have hasteixvl l to their losts of duty. This is true of rii and jtoor alike. Hie work of (wilding sheds and puttili" up tents continues rapidly and in several s-rtions ot the city huge en'-ainpmnit.s now am It looks like several hig regiments wen c:uuieii in (Tiaikston. Hut more aivommo- oaiions areneiitiHl. In the colored uiurters tile p:-ople ale huddled Uether U cli to tie cumlortable. t.t'li or eighttvu In some touts thoro are fif- IM-tami with at-..iMii.ia tious suitabl, for four or tiv Th'.' work of die ii-uei L-oiumiucef IS couuucleit m a sys tematie and admirahle maimer. No moriey is given, but food and clothing rs disjjensedas rapmiy asuicy cau tiepun-liased. 1 heiv aiv very tew visitors to Charleston who slay oyer night. The hotels are liadly uunage.1 and most ol tlieiu are not m ojiera Hon. J he t hat lcsUm hotel has but a dozen or iilteen nmis out of 17tt that, are habiUtbl. and ot tliese m;iny an1 so wrecked .-is to be considered dangerous ti live in. A prominent architect ami builder troni New ork, who was passing tiirouirh tile ity, uidulged in a stroll through the streets and took occasion to exaniine some of the heais of mortar and brick. "It seems tome. he said, "that a good deal uf tile destruction in I hoi lesion is due to cureless and imierfoct work, l have noticed in very many in stances that the mortar used in the construe tiou of dwelling here is of a very inferior kiud. In some instances thui-e fcJianllv anv trax-es oi unw and cement, liiirks which :ire laid in that kind of niorW will not re main together in any violent shock. The city authorities ought to have an official ti insjiect the material "There are buildi'rs, not only in C'iiarkston lut all over the world, who will take advi tageof iksiiiIo aud use cheat) material. have notioed siweral brick buildinus standing the walls of which are put up with an uderior uiki ol mortar that will not bold bricks to gether, and that is the kind I susiiect has been used in many of the buildiugs that wore shat tered. I notice a good deal of this peculiar hinu in mortar an over tiiecity in great heai: of debris. 1 dont mean to say tliat houses Unit with projier mortar would have stood tlieshivks of the tartlnua le yon hail ill I uailiwtoti, but 1 am e.'rt;tin that thedestruc tiun would not have iieoll as great." The Kaee Course. & liKooKLYN, N. Y., Sept. M. The rat here Mluesdny resulted: First race, mile; Liz zie Krepjs tu-st, llliUir second, Ada Kecse third; turn? 1:15!.. Sw-ond race, l'j miles Ki. lmi-.nl iii-st, .Nettle stvoi-d, I'eekskill third, tune 1:M Third raw, 1 mile; Aii tmo first, Hanta t'kiui second Harry Kiish.4 thinl; time 1:W rourtli race, n4 mile; BWsie June first, Fer- eu.ie sei-ond, Utilla thinl; time, 1:1ft Fifth race, 1 1 Hi imlffi handicap; Gonfalon first, len Mnke seMiid, Hnvor third; tiim-, l-A'-l. oi.xiu run!, i nine selling; Valet first, Mr Bowling sexnd, Whizgig third; time, 1 :4:!V The Sea Serpent Agatu. MIDDLETOWK. Conn., Set. . Tlie Con- nei ticut sea serpent pive an early morning lierformance Weilnesilay in the Connecticut river oft" Cromwell. Aex-ording to tlie bti mony ot thosti who saw it, the terjient was over inn leel m length and when tirst sw'n, twenty feet of its enormous lKly were out of the w.ikt. It struck in its jimmev, a limit conlaming thnw men, cisiziiig the bmt ani throwing tlie men in the water. The serpent men saint gracefully beneath tlie surface. rurtlierdetailNare lacking. It is not known whether any of the oecujiaiits were injured or oiownetL Western t'nion Ksrnlngs. NEW KK, Spt. it.-Tlie .unrterlv meet mg of the directors of tlie Western Union was held in I'resident Ureen's olHce in the Wesfcmi ITnion building Wednesday. The direebn-s p-solveil, on recommendation of the exwmtive i-ommittee, that no dividend lie de claiMl. I he statement showed a surplus on July 1 of 4,:ac.,s:; estimatcl earnings to r'pt;', 1,.1NI,II1K). Total, eVuniSKl From which appropriating Wi,15 t uitcrest on bonds and $:ai,(NK) for sinkuig fund, leaves a esuance or t,.iti,::!s;. Mr. Kandall Kecoverlng. IIakbisbuho, Pa., rieiit. II A telecraiu inin twrwin, rar. liandalls summer resi dence, says that the congressman is rapidly recovering and in a few diiya will be entirely restored to his llstt-d good health. His illnef s is the mailt of a (sild, taken by exposure to tlie nigiii atr. it'inirts uliut his rendition were, it is said, exaggenuV-iL Fire Near Bteokenrilte. Oh In. tiTBCBKNVIl.LK, Ohio, Sept. . At noon Wednesday lire started in the small factory adjoining the Kiverside Olass works, at Wcllsburg, W. Va., and soon tlie entire structure was in flames, and in three-quarters of an nour was a total wreck. Hjosk, IL'iM.IRU; insuraiwe, unknown. Two hnndrcd employes are thrown out or work. A Shut-Dowa Probable. Woiitiim. Ma., Sa;it. 9. -The leather manufacturers of Woburn, Btoneham and VV incbi-sbM-, held a meeting with closed doors 1 uesday evening to eousid-a- the question of shutting down their shops. What action was taken has not transpired, but a shut down is proliablo, which would throw out 5,000 employes. Kaeea Declared DC Chicago, Meet. 9. The special race be tween Oliver K., ClemmieO., aadJ..,adN vcrtttwd to take place Tbursdar at the state fair, aud the trial against time by Harry Wilkes on the card for Friday bare been de clared off. Cheap Mall Boxes. Tlie fiucst mail aud paper box ever in vented is for sale at the Argob office, at the low price of 1 each. The same box Is sold everywhere at $1.50. Call and ex amine them, REV. DR. KANE AT MONTREAL. Re Has Corns from Inland to Enaneiat the Principles of the Irish Loyalists. New York, Sept. 9 A Montreal special to The Tribune says: The RY Dr. Kane of Belfast, grand master of the Orange body fa Ireland, accompanied by O. H. Smith of Armagh, arrived Vore Tuesday. He says: "We have come to spread light through Can ada and the states on the misunderstood posi tion or Irish loyalists. We represent the Ul ster Loyalist Anti-Repeal union, an organi zation composed of different create and ele ments. Our object is the maintenance of legislative union in tlie united kingdom, and we do not come as a deputation to any party or section. t "Mr. Farneli; is a landlord himself, having a property Ol County Wicklow bringing in a rental of l,a a year. About five years ago he presented a petition for the sale of this property to t he mini and estates court in or der to pay off the incumbrances, amounting tn 1S,1I. AftT paying his encumbrances in full Mr. Parnell netted AS.'i.lmo. Though his party enunciate the doctrine that occu piers of the soil ought to lie owners, he has never proposed to put his own tenants in that position on any terms whatever. He is char acterized as a landlord who enforces payment or his rente when due by process of writs. "His brother, who permanently resides in the United states, has a property in the county of Armagh occupM by tenants, who at the present moment, if they have not paid their rents within one fortnight after it is due, are served with write from the supe rior courts for the recovery of the amounts. Before Oct 311, Inns thirty-five writs were served in one day for rents due on Sept. at, anil only one for more than 3t. The Union ists are not opposed to home rule so far as it moans an extension of the principles of local govenuncnt on lines which will lie applicable to other parts of the united kingdom, but we will oppose to the death the dismemberment of tTieunitod kingdom. Tliis wo believe is the aim of the National league." DOWN WITH A CRASH. Twenty Men Bnrled Under a Falling Rulldlnc at Indianapolis. Ixdiaxapoi.is. Inil, Sept. !. bitense ex citement was created here Tuesday evening by a terrible crash in the Young Men's Chris tian association builtling, situated near the Batesshouse. It is an old three-story brick, had been condemned, and was Mug ' torn down to give place to a new structure. Twenty men were employed inside tlie build ing when the roof fell in with a loud crash, carrying with it on inside brick wall. The mass of tiiulicr and bricks buried the men at work. The lire dciiartinent being summoned came promptly to tbo rescue and aided the police in uncovering the wifortunates. Sev- toI were badly crushed and will die. The following arc the worst cases: Alliert Schumacher, one of the contrntora, skull factured and other serious injuries; Henry Schumacher, ankle broken; Henry MUler, leg broken and internal injuries; B. Dorletli, collar bone broken and internal injuries; Lew risner. Head and other injuries; CI! Warren, left hip mashed; Ous Alexander, spinal in jury; Albert Schumacher, Miller, Dorleth. and Alexander are ail very seriously in jured. nig Tim at St. Louis. St. Louis, Sept. 9. The third annual in dustrial exposition was opened Wednesdav. The festivities will extend over tbo space of two months. Tuesday, Sept. 1 the anights icinpiar will nold tueir triennial conclave. On the ail Inst, a grand charity Jubilee will be hekl in which over 3,000 musicians will participate under the leadership of P. 8. Gil more. The proceeds of the jubilee will be devotod to the building of a borne for the aestitute orphans and widows of masons. Tlie state fair will open on Oct 4, and on tlie following evening the groat veiled prophet win pay nis annual visit to the city. The fes tivities close on Oct Si. Don't Take Kindly to Saloons, Indianapolis, Ind .Seot 9. On Satur day last an Indianapolis house shipped a bar m wmsKy, turee kegs and three denri johns to Modoc, on the Indiana, Blooinington & W'cstern road, to a party who nroDosed to open a saloon in that temperance town. Sun day night the depot was entered and the heads of the tarrels and kegs were knocked rat aiHi the demijohns, with one exception. were broken. On 'demijohn seems to have been stolen. It is said the citizens are deter- mined no saloon shall be opened in their ourg. Compromised Hie Difficulty. St. Loris, Sept. . The legal rontroversy lietween Men. V dliam S. Harvey and his wife on one side, and his children by a for- mer wife on the other, over the Harvey es tate, was compromised l uesdav. The gen ernl surrenders his life estate to his children. and they are to pay t-'rMl a month during life and assume a debt of nearly tlUD.MW to Mm Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance comnanv. The wife g.s the general's iiersonal property aim pan. or tne real estate, in acconJancs w ith the marriage contract. ORDINANCE To Authorize the Vmon Slrect Rail way Company to Construct aud 0ie rate its Line of Street Railway on Certain Streets in the City of Rock Ib Intnl. Br if ordaiwtt fty fhe City Council of the City of Secnus 1. Thnt there In )wrvhv irrtuttA i th. Union Htrcwt Railway OmnatiT th Hirht a authority to msinUin and operate ft ninele or uuuutc iriicK railway wun AN neccmary and enn ventuut track lor tnm-outu, Ride-tracta, Bwitclie ami mni lanicn, to anjr and all or the f) towing mn.nr in uivcitjoi nui iiiinv mr in iaii pe riod ot twenty ycare from tnd after the panagc of thin nh nance, to-wlt: On Twrnty -fifth Ptrtet from aixth awnae to Seventh avrnnf: nn Mith avenue from Twenty fifth atreet to Twntyahitii strt-ot, Vtwififi, aid company shall oinlruct Hh trarko nndtT the enfMrviHton and direction ftf iuv Kireeiniia aut'y cotnmntee of tlie ci'y council, anilfthatluotocciipyortim; any portion of nakl Hlrwtti within twelve feet of the outer line of tlie tmlewalks thereon. Sic. S. That all the Drovinlon of an oriH- nance piiNHed by Hie city council of the city of Hock Inland October 6ih. 1885, together with the Mjveral amend men tn thereto, concernitic the con- (LriicLHin, orcratlon nd ute ol tlie Union Street Kiiilwav t'4iiumnr nhall In aniliclilM bi am. ir..v ern the connirucUon, operation and nae of the Union Street jHatlwa over that borti.in .f tfu streets herein granted. Hbc. 3. 8ut eonijwniy ahall ihH operate itn said railway from Seventh avenue to Hiith ave nue on Twenty fifth street, nor from Twenty-fifLh street to Hecond street b steam wwer. Nor shall the eity cottncil ever irrant to aid cm- pany. its succcsrtors and assign the rtrht to so operate its said railway over eUher of said streets without the consent of a majority of the nronertv owners fronting thereon, signified by a petition in writing. Sec. 4. The Union Street Rallwav CnmMnv shall make full ard complete wininsation to the projierty owners along the route hereinbefore mentioned, as reunired bv Um ftiit.-M iiw, state of Illinois for property Uken or daraapi-d by reaHon of the construction and operattou of said rai lway. eo. 6. 'me said Unlow Street Railway Com pany shall construct aud have in fall operation the said railway akmt? the ronl hriiw.r.n P ranted on or before the expiration of two months from the date of the Dassafre of thi nrHw. snch time not to include any time etid company uj iki process irom con structing snd Derating said railway, or any part thereof. Passed September 6, 1886. - Approved : . TUns MTTvrwv-ur Attkbt: ' m. Robert KflstrLEB, Citr clerk. - THE MARKETS. Chicago, Sept. 7. On the board of trade to-ility the following pricen in ftrain and provisions were made: Wheat No. 3 SeptrmlK.'r, opcntHl 714, closed Tflc nominal; Octoiier, opened 77?, closed 7Hic; NovemlKT, opened liKted DUc Corn No. t ixptemlwr, opened 3-fjc, closed 4iki noniiiial; OctolKT, opuuod 411 closed l-9.; November, opened tic, cl(od 43f6c. (hUa-No. t 8.ptmlier, ojh.ii, '2fy& bid, clotted 5?(jo bid; Octler, opened UiVfcic, clotted S&,4f November, opened 27J$c, closed SSc anked. Fork September, opened 1 10.01 nominal, cIohcI $10. a October, upuned 510.(15, cloH.d $10.25; Novenilicr, opened ti'.DS, cluwed $10.1)5. Lard -September, opened Wxtyi, closed $7.:il aakod. Live Btvck. The Utittin Ktek yards n-ports the following r.'tiik'o of prices: Hoifs Market opened only mmierately wtivttv packers and Hhipier tukiuu hold slowly, ami pritx'siic lower; Hht grales, (.75.4.?); pack ing, J4.tt.i(,4.-rM; beuvy i.u khi and. aliipptux lots, $4.tW.r..Vi. Ciiltle it-iitnI in rial 10c lower; few choice nal ivvs wjhl steady; ptnir te prime steew, liiiiiely ubovo 4;J0; Texas tttle.i ,Mj;;.l0J , nmilitm miiKers, $.T.;.r; native btitt h. r aUn ks. lil.Z.it4.a&; Btockers, .HHVU.T.'; ft-l:i , .-tii'i.40. tslieet Trade quiet; wnde.-i ruble, sto. k. IUl-jUc lower than iHMt Monday; n.itivus, Jl.rit,tt.l3; lumtta, tsi.Ohrt5.Ur; Texas sheep, $l.rJn..7tt. western, Prodwe: Hutter C'hoiixt to fancy cream ery, Siii4c per lb; good il.tiry, lvlcjj; packing, ?,Te. Enws-Strictly frujh, llJo per drz. 1'onltry -Spring ehit kens, Vk&Uk; imj lb; old hens. .SifNtyr; tjniiu; ilm kn, tx;; prairie cldekens, S-4.--r;4.:-J pt r .biz. New potato -fl.H5r.iM.S5 asr bbt. App!e.i Oiuwu 75l-,$Uh. T bbl. Ni w Yirk- Nvw YoHK. Sept S. Wheat-N.. 1 red ftat. JUVy ; No. I white do. Htyfitirtc; No. J ml wint.-r. Septetnlier, h7c; do tietftlwr, Nc. t:orn -No. uiixud cash, iWt do Sivrt-euilier, ar-4L-; do 0;tober, tlhuu Oats-No. 1 white UiU t-'l'Jc; No 2 do, l'tliv. Kye-Nouiiiial ami unchanged. Itarley -Inll and liointiial. i'ork Ojmt; new, 11.2.1,11.50. Lanl iti.'J7. tktobc:; iti.:-iil Novcnil)er. St- Ijouiii. St. Iviuis. spt. a. Wheat-Higher, clodri V vJmc almve yej tenia. No. -wi.sli and Scpt4 inlK.T, T7r; tk:tolcr, bid; NovemUT, lk-'- Cum -Opened wc-ik, but cIotumI at an adv.umj of hCH "cr ye&terday; No. 2 cae-h, olkfi&:: OcLober, May. bid. Oals-lmll; Nu. Z iah, i'4i.r.ritc; S. p; iiilwr. "rjxii Ititl; Deto her. lrk- Hk-hcr: SJO.lMll.OU. Lard -fd.75. Whisky fl. 10. Milwaukut;. Mll.WAliKLK, S'pt. t. "Wheat Kiriuur; cash, lii1 ,c: itoVr, TTc; November, TOHe. l4rn-UU; No. 2, Oats Steady; No. 2, L'rr:. l.ye-E;iaier: Nu. U 51Jtic. Barley Stoady; No. 2, 57K. Toledo. Tui two. Sept. b. No rnarketyTto-day. lnxluce exfchanard- journe.1 on account of Trt-Matc fair. ROCK ISLAND. )at. 2Hf Uay Ttmottiy Stt.OJ !layWiM-f6.W Kve 47c Corn--45c. Potaloes Wlc. Otitons 10r. iVinl Kllft tfir. t... .1 K" ui Straw 5.011 100 Doses One Dollar Hood's Sars.iariU2 is the only medicine of which this can he truly said; and it Is an unanswerable argument as to the strength 'and positive economy of this great medicine. iimsi's Sarsaparilla is made of roots, herbs, harks, etc., long and favorably known for their power in nunlyine the blood : and in combination, proportion, and process. Hood's Sarsaparilla is peculiar to itself. ' "-For economy and comfort we use Hood's Sarsaparilla." Mas. C. I'.kewster, Buflalo, 'Hood's Sarsaparilla takes fcs time and quantity to show its effect lhan any other preparation I ever heard of. 1 would not bo without it in the house." Mrs. C. A. M. IIUBBABD, North Chili, N. Y. )uo Votes One Dollar llood'j Sarsaparilli cures scrofula, salt rheum, all humors, boils, pimples, general de bility, dyspepsia, biliousness, sick headache, catarrh, rheumatism, kidney and liver com. plaints, and all affections caused by impure Mood or low condition of the system. Try it " I was severely afllictcd with scrofula, ami for over a year had two running sores on my neck. I took fire bottles of Hood's Sarsapa rilla, and consider myself entirely cured." C. E. Lovfjot, Lowell, Mass. "Hood's Sarsaparilla did me an Immense amount of good. My whole system has been built op and strengthened, my digestion Im proved, and my head relieved of the bad feel ing. I consider it Iho best medicine I have ever used, and should not know how to do wlttout It" Hart L. 1'eble, Salem, Mass. Hood's Sarsaparilla 8old by all druggists. (1 ; six for f-.. Made only by & L HOOD & CO., Lowell, Mass 100 Doses One"' Dollar. LOOK i If 'Vt w1 1 li r5 r -i. W! ftp ,r W Ss 'S f 1?, , cSl Fgft&l GREAT SUPERIORITY - 1 "i"' "'mi" "i " ir. of Hr"Ve challenge tlie world to.protlace their eiiual.at any price. David Don, ALASKA REFRIGERATORS Have Eight "Walls for the Pres ervation of Ice; are always dry and are the "best in the world. They took First Premium and Gold Medal at IsTew Orleans Exposition in 1S85. SOLD ONLY AT WILIARD BAKER & CO.'S, Opposite Harper House. Rock Island, - Illinois. I I Lavi; just received ivy t.' : : Foreign importations of FINE WOOLENS, FALL AND WINTER WEAK, And extend a cordial iuvitation to my patrons for an inspection of the same. Very linest work, Lowestuices, and perfect lit guaranteed. J. B. ZIMMER, No. 1810 Second Avenue, ltock Island,"!!!. W. E. KNICKERBOCKER, Metaphysicianor Mind Cure, NO. 205 BRADY ST., DAVENPORT. Diseases of all Kinds Successfully Treated. CONSULTATION FREE. THIS SPACE IS HOPPE, the SUCCESSOR TO A N D J, ATE CUTTER FOR L L IB ERMAN AT OTJR (Sir fi -"Sr - , r 'ii tbM . 1617 iirst installment of my . e RESERVED FOP TAILOR, ISTEW RANGES, -TUE- A bligLt examination will con vince you of the These Ranges OVER ALL OTHERS, Second A?eue, Rock Island, ii t