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Rock Island Daily Argus.
ROCK ISLAND, SATURDAY. OCTOBER 9. 1SS6. PRICE FIVE CENTS VOL. XXXIV. NO. 297. Second Avenue corner of yk Eighteenth StyCv f Qy comparison in our X SV line of Hats and Men's y y Furnishing Goods generally Hp DAVIS & CO., PLUMBERS AND Steam Fitters, A ci'Oipli'te slock of Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing, Hose, Fire Brick, Etc. i W ' Dean Sole a ents for Dkekk's Block. Moline, II!. e Steam Pumps, SIGHT FEED LUBRICATORS. : f . ''' $5 N L" 't lr-lntee c-vt-ry oue perfect, and will wnd Cups, ' , twenty da s' trim, to res(onihIe parties. I ft iTS J ! f Safety Heating Boilers, and Contrao ,' tors for furnishing and Laying (pfttF- Water, Gas and Sewer Pipe. 1712 First Ave., Rock Island, Illinois. Telephone 1148. Bisidcnre Telephone lf1 -FALU 'W. -WINTER '87.- HOPPE, the TAILOR, (.successor to and lute Cutter for I. I-iberman.) 1 80 Second Ave , Rock Island. FINE WOOLENS, CLOTHS, CASSIMEKES, Worsteds, London Suiting and Tronserings. tr?" Largest, and must ("mpli tc stuck at the Lowest Pricee. Particular Attention given to Good Work. AND oTHKR FIRST-CLASS MACHINES. S. H. MOORE'S ewing Machine Room - ui d Aie., and Twentieth St., Rock Island, 111., and 32f5 Brady Street, Davenport, Iowa. kgTTei nis Jind prices defy competition. All kinds of Machines Repaired and Warranted. Oil. 11 i n I -ei for a'i k'Q t of M ftum". kent tu nock. PATRONIZE W P. TINDALL'S fe, I SALE AND FEED jit$t fc5?m, jjivci v oLtiuie, 1013 and 1615 Tbird avsnue, ROCK ISLAND, ILL. First-Class Turn-Outs. Rheumatism It is an estobll'hed fact that Hood's Sar saparilia has proven an Invaluable remedy in many severe casos of rheumatism, effect ing remarkable cures by its powerful action in correcting the acidity of the blood, which is the cause of the disease, and purifying and enriching the vital fluid. It is certainly fair to assume that w hat Hood's Sarsaparilia has done for others it will do for yon. Therefore, If yon suffer the pains and aches of rheumatism, give this potent remedy a fair trial. A Positive Core. "I was troubled very much with rheuma tism in my hips, ankles, and wrists. 1 could hardly walk, and was confined to my bed a good deal of the time. Being rec ommended to try Bond's Sarsaparilia, I took four bottles and am perfectly well. I cheerfully recommend Hood's Sarsaparilia as one of the best blood purifiers in the world." W. F. Wood, Woomington, III. For Twenty Years 1 have been afflicted with rheumatism. Before 1883 1 found no relief, but grew worse. 1 then iTgan taking Hood's Sarsaparilia, and it did me more good than all the other medicine I cu r had." 11. T. Balcom, Shirley. Mass. " I suffered from what the dectors called mnscnlar rheumatism. I took Hood's Sar saparilia and am entirely cured." J. V. A. ruoTjDFonT, letter carrier, Chicago. 111. We shall be glad to send, free .if charire to all who may desire, a book containing many additional statements of cures by Hood's Sarsaparilia Sold by all dnicc'ts. $1 ; sii for f s. Made only by C. !. HOOD & CO., Lowell, Mass. 100 Doses One Dollar. c3 o ZD O J O a c3 c .2 "4-1 ' u o r. s 7 c CQ O to a a cs O Eh H o w V2 FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE. J. E. Loosley & Co., -GKNKRAL- Insurance Aerents E4Lo!cp promptly ad jo? ted And paid at th (Successoi of Hayes & t'leavt-lanri ) ARf?nry ottaltlithed 1SS. Office in Bciiuston's BUxk. Buford & Loosley, GKNKKAL Insurance Agents. The old Fire And Tlme-Tned com panted he LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID. Hat u low at an Kcliahle Company can afford ionr I at nm aire m solicited IVOffce in Artrni Btoct. AUCTION AND COMMISSION W. H. LTJNDY, AUCTIONEER WILL Attend Sales !H KITH IB CITY OR COUNTRY, at moderate cbarcce, or Receive Consignments and make prompt returns. mobA Avenw BOCK IILAID ILL. S. T. WATKINS, (Saccuseor to WaTEINS & HILL,) Dealer Is Dry and Green Wood. Will also attend to Danling of all xindj Office at rant, corner of 87th utreet on Mollue avenue. Teft-phone No. 197; utdetv m:iv be left atelther placs. oci -a? dtf LOANS On PnoMissoKr Notes. wm WANTED otc!i of well rated hii-inejip men I I -J . fv J fororie month to twelve month" . Amounts ft. MM lOTTT H Q ril I'D IilarM'aQ IT Slrtly c..indemt.l and Mfe. V W JLXCii Vi W Cll V U llUl U. Bm"1" f""- "titlemenrs msd-. Corrr.nondent? 7 w"""-,r- O. W FOSTER, Banksr -NO. 161-3 SECOND AVENUE, MOTT & LIDDERS, Proprietors. INVESTMENT! m-jr . , Two-tory brick hnftnRn hon-e. fronts two main it? a gfiiHtal liu df Hardware. A specialty of Shelf goods I'L"- ,ng pP"nT seat. Kan , r J S""1" sas. 9 OOO IMMMiluiou Will ft II hardware ana Carpenter s sutirilies TfifphowitNo iii9 f."d ""'i1''1"!'!1' I,n;'ne" fn cash, pan i,mt t 'l 1'iir-p. llLLr.rHUHE 1M). 1114 urns. BrtahlMif-d right tea-v. AuunVl sale? MXri THODBAUri He qtiick. KaHSAB HARDWARE. Boa 884 ST. joskpu. mo. MFRCHirn M0NEY Mlkoh AN r TAILOR, xw&'zr''1.'" . , , . r ' Theae ilivvtni.iiit fnnneiilly p.y from fiOOto And Dealei in Mens' Fine Woolens, SZSSSa ' circular. WILLIAM K RICIUHOS 706 Second avenue. 40 SttZ'rm - - TlCirireei"C4rjgEfandcURE,l',ont TT . I Ifcll mw who was deaf twenty i ifht H A VA' "PH flTJTJTP'Q lvars; united by most of the noud p.i. iallsts VV J2j O iof the day with no benefit. Cured hinurli In my g three moiiths. and since then fluudreda of otlier. ' t' 117 T " if, w -m f by same proems; a plain, simple and snceessfnl 1 tLR PARI OR rT-s-VK.tz RESTAURANT AND BAKERY ' ..n,,.,!,,,,,,,,, ,; W" Second Avenue. Clear Skill E. WILCOX, " bltTt'Lrf g5g TIT rtTT-rTr"- y have it; at has., what FLOUR AND FEED, Bat SUrS' ANAIinilSTS' SI'EKCIIES. THE CONVICTED CHICAGO REDE TALKING FOR THEIR LIVE?. AuRUfet Spip Master Kffort He Sy H Will lle Ifiantly in tbeCUbe of Truth as thrfst lld What the Other Ananh isfs Have to Say for ThemaeIve Sam Fie1tlen' Speech. CmrAOo, Oct.. P. Th spwrh of August Spies in the rriminnl rourt Thnrwlny was b Ions on. Hp saitl his ronvirtion ami xecti tion would tf fnnl, mnlirinus and dehlw-rate murder, and that the police and fttjit attor ny had spiriti away a witness who would haw ivhuttM tho evidpnre of thnse whe sworo he assi-tM in the lomh exphmion. Re ferriTjo to th nrticl"s in The Aiheitcr Zrit unj; on dynnmitw and its tispjt, he wiid Th Tinws, Trihune., and New had all published surh articles mtd illustrated tlwm. showing how Iromtis wrv tnad and used, hut in snm of tliHsu article tlie dvnamite was Ut lm used against tli jnr mnn not fr hitn, which he- supposed mnde all the diffrcn'e het ween tli" editors of these pa pers and hi:ns-lt. Hrarding the im-en-dtary nature of hi utterances ttt T(k tutiK, he iiuutcd un article fnirn a w intern mwsp:iir in which II ptiOKr.a.tix w-r raHd UHtn tu rti I to tlm polls and br.t the Denvrf-raTs in the way Hpuhht iius khave hetrn to lw lien ten in inceftt ye:rs by the Deui'wr.iis there. Tim artic!o was in cendiary m the liil.i'st dep,tv?. He sid that the lxk of Jtihan Most was simply a trans lation of the publication of an ex prelect of Paris, oik of iht judge's own order. In conclusion hi- rwid tin; following: "But when hm; Ii h'ii of aluws and nsui-pations, puiMiiu niivarymj;ly the same ohject. evtri' cs lite ift sti! ti reduce the etple under alrsolut- ilc-pntifii, il is their right and dutv to thmw iiT such pivermnt'iit unl provide new e;uard for their futuresqfety," and then said: "This is npmtation fnun the dechira tion of iiilewHd-nce Have we broken any laws hv showing: to th people how th"- nbusis that have oceurre 1 for the l;t-t twenty yairs a:e invar iably ;pU'"SI!iti tine objects It you think ou can crush out these ideas that are gaining ground more and more every day, if you think that you can crush them out by sending us to the gallows, if you would once more have i-vele Miller the penalty ot death Itetmise they dan d to t-ll the truth, then 1 say you may call your hrmgruau anl turn me and mv Iricnds over tohim. I shall iliv proudly and derianlly in the cause of truth, as so many martyrs have done whom 1 conM name t ou, and aMiotu; them is Thrift," Schwab, NeeU Fis.-her and Lingg also spoke bnetly. The latter declare.! his con viction was in defiance of law, and observing a smile upon the fa-es of some of the prose cu tors, continued: "Yon unite. You er haps think I will ntt use bonil-s any mre, ! but T tell you T die gladly nm the gallows in the sure hojv that hundreds antl thMiisands j of jieople to whom I hive si h. ken will now r"-ognize and make use of dynamite. In this 1 hope 1 despise you atxl I d'spis your laws 1 Hang me for it" I Oeirgp Fngel wns tho first of the defend ants to speak to the court Friday morning. Turing his setch Kngle said the same causes that impelled him to leave (Vrmany he fc louno existing here. -JSPw", xii"UKn in m was tnf , richest countrv. nnt- 'r Va urnlly, in the world;' 'I he saw here hnnmn; lieiugs foiling their daily ft toil out of slop. mils He bniiirtit th' ' authors to study arnl investigate ami soon found why equal just- ' V me anumg men did kno.fi, spkakiso. not exist. He then turner his attention to pontic, hut found that ;tle working man was not free m the exercise of his ballot. lowing faith in politics, as a means or reform he turned over to the Inter nationalists who were then organi7ing. Their convjction was that the freedom of the work tng efasses conld only be brought abort by iNim Meitu-n was the next to speak. He ox-iareil Himself a revolutionist; that it was only a crime to lie a revolutionist when tlie man entertained such ideas was a poor man; among intellectual jvcple it was no crime. He dtn-lared he had leen arresie! and in dieted for murder but had been tried for anarchy. As Fielden went rrt his speech turned out to tie a characteristic harangue on socialism, such as he used to deliver at the Sun-lav meetings on the lake front and at tlie market square There was less rancor in it than usual with him in the past, but at times he became emphatic, though never abusive a Neeln and Lingg nor san astic like Spies. "In INKS I came to this country. I preached in Ohio, ant) in JSK I t ame to t'hicairo There is not a big pubh-- building in this city that has not been wet with mv iweut whilV I was toiling bom-stlr."' Fieldeji continued to give expression to the Socialistic views which lie said got him where he now is His speech toward the close was not as gord as it promised to 1k. He changed, the subject ttn fretjuentlr. and without hav- ing exhausted it, he stopped for the want of woids with which to express his ideas. Dedicating au Armory KttHtHng. Kankakee, Ills.. tct, H The armors- building at Kankakee, const rut ted bv State Auditor Swigert for romoanv H. rn.-im.-nt. Illinois National pnanl. of Kan kak.. was ilnlit-utwl Tliui,lnv. tiovrmor i.lglnsl.y m liis ad.iris ailvoratnl ivitm militiaiiicn piml u(ck wbiln on dutv ttirll ing riots or enforcing tlie lnw, ami shM k'gis Intion to tlint .(Tt was just and that il.o attonti.in ol 11,0 n. t Ircislatnrn should I. alh-l to it r- f'f'tl mm SUBURBAN SIFTIMiS. Milan, Oct. 7. C. D. Bradley, our hardware merchant, lift for (JhicaL'o Tuesday merit. The large stock of goods arriving dail j is a sufficient guarantee that our mer chants are doing a Kood business. Mr. 6. M. Dickson's urgent busines in Kansas has compelled bim to move his family Willi bim. The grand sociable of the M. . church held at the residence of Mrs. Rebecca Johnston's on Tuesday evening, was a grand success, financially and socially. Mr. Cobb the genial road mipcrintcn dent of the K., I. & V. road, has made great progress this summer in building new bridges all along the line. We beard a gentleman say tohim & few days ago "Mr. Cobb you are getting this road in fine shape," and a smile came all over his face. Miss Ida Muse, while at Rock Island was most of the time under a physician care. Shortly after returning home, she was taken quite ill, and for the past three months has been quite ill. Hum lue last week her many friends are glad to know that she is imprcving nicely. F. N. Young and wife left Monda night fur St. Louis to visit their daush ter, Mrs. J. S. Miller. They arrived in lime to see the "veiled Frophets. Mr, Young will have the pleasure of meeting many old friends that he has not seen for a number of years. Rev. Kerr, pastor of the M. E. church preached his farewell sermon Surtday evening, and left Wednesday afternoon for Peoria to receive his appointment for the next year, while here he labored in dustriously, and his many friends are looking forward with great interest have the conference reappoint bim here, Mary Anderson says her entire fortune is invested in America THE NEWS IN BRIEF. lie ask ting prairie fil es have t ecu raging in wi-stcrn Manitoba. lYiin-e Louis Bonaparte arrive 1 Thnrsdfly in San Francisco from the Lriciit. He is traveling incog, as Count Louis de Monca hen. The eighteenth annual meeting cf the Amer iean Woman tSuffrage association will be held in the hall of the house of representatives at Topeka, Kan., Tuesday. Wednesday, and Thursday, Oct , S7 and 2 There is a deft-it of !(l.Httl in tlie revenues of New South Wales, which has lieen undergoing tlie greati'st period of com mereial depression known in twenty-two years. Queen Christina of Sjiain has commuted the sentences of the condemned insurgent--and has also signed the decpv freeing the Cuhnn slaves from the remainder of their . rms in servitude. Friendly natives have captured Tamai IMnan I'igma s old stronghold, and kilM at of the relvoting Aralis. 1 he ns-tcssiiient of railroad property in Illinois tins year ti,l7'!.101, against Jflft,- t?,tt in vv. The increase in mileage ia 177. The assessment of nil kinds of property in tlie state aggregates 7MI,17r!,132. The Murray canal, connecting the head w aters of the Bav of (Juinte with like Onta rio, was completed Wednesday. The Cana dian ministers joined in the celebration of the event at Belleville. Iiuring a pacing race at North Ma nchester, Ind.. Thursday, a collision occurred. Hooa- ler Sam, with a record of 2 35, bei ng trans- pierced by th shaft of a sulky and instantly killed The pacer Sandy Foe was also badly in lured. At the Brooklyn Joekev club's moes, Thurs day. Marsh Redon, a well k nown borse brok- down. The assets of J B.nim ft Co . of Kan Fran Cisco, who recently failed for nearly f 1,00". (Mi, were attached Thursday bv creditors. tle a'sigm-e having failed to qualify. Wednesday night Frand fV'tvnger. a dnig gisi oi .i"ersvuie, i. l ., oct'tipied a room w ith tlie wife of liewis (iinter Tlie woman wasf.wsi ileadinlvd Thnrsdny morning. and Berenger was discovered on the road three miles from the place in an unoonschms if mdition and died soon after. It is believed that both expired from the effects of poison run me anair remains a mystery. Jenny hind was fi." years old last Mon nay Frederick Douglass and his white wife at tiact much attention in Liverpool. Henry forties, a well-known pioneer of oeimul Illinois, is dying of jaunfe at flan vine. Minister Jackson l.esjies Melfro. IITV OF MKXIIil. t(,t l-.rited Slt, stlmsKir Jackson presented his letters of re call to l-resideiit Hinz Thursdav i.r,,l L.ff l, Mivam.ali in tho evening. Theiv was a large crowd at the Btation to see him off l ne American colony presented him with Handsome oil painting, and there were many sxpresshms of fiiendshiu. Mr Jacks,,,, made a speei h exuressmp his laitl, in tlie na. ial ptogiess and milightennicnt .if Met The Overdue Anchori. Nfw Yokk. (Jit, -Nolhing has been heard from the steainstiip Aiii horia, and the anxiety atsnit her is getting deep.-r and more widesdread. She is now twenty-two days nut and I welve days overdue. Tlie agents of the Anchor line in this city still insist, that there is no ground for serious alarm. Tbeit assurances, however, do not allay the uneasi ness of iieople whc.se friends oi.il relative, ana on boa id the missing vessel. Oliver Alne. on the Liquor Plsjnk. Bos-ma. Oct. 9 - In his letter of accept nee of the Republican nomination for gov ernor, Oliver Ames saya regarding the liquor plank of IIh stat platform: "The repres sion of the liquor traffic, with a view to ending the social, political and naaal evils that flow from it, has always seemed to me nf vital importance " Cbmp Mall Box. The ft nest mail and paper box ever in vented is for sale at the Aitm's office at the low price of ft each. The same box Is sold everywhere at 11.50. Call and ex amine them Pnblic notice. Anyone having business with the A rots office after 6 p. m. (in the event that the office is rinsed) will please call at Wil mans & Galt'a news stand in the poetoffice buildiniT. Who are author!! in Ir.n.oet bu!n,e of ctett naurs for t&s Amo. gdwSSi- THE MARKETS. Chicago. Oct. a On the lioard of trade to-day the quotation wereas fo'lows: Wheat-No. i'fV.ober. opened 71Hsr. closed 7mc; November. opened clos-d mc; December, opened "IT. ctos-ii Corn-No. i October, open asitf-ttr. closed SWac; November. olieneil .nt,-ac. closed aVWc: Uw-emher. olH-ned .r.i; dosed :Kljc. (lata-No. 2 t)c- tota-r. o)H-iied 4: clomsf 2:ntc; November. ots-in-l j.tge bill, cli-sed :M-V; llecemlier. oisned :i,i; cliw-d irk-October ots-neil $.s.;, , losed 7?: Novemlier. opened JK771. closed fs 7."i: Year, opened 1 75. closed tf.fll Lard -October, oiwned iicii, clo eti f-i.ii.1. i.ne.t-icK - lue linon stjak yards re;irt Ttieioiioni k rantre ol prices: Market mod cla'ely .aitive, good lirht weights heing halcliigiier. heavy nui linnccd. and rouirl an I n ninion Icls T:c lower: light weights, f-j.; bh.-.i rougn iai kiiii.. ta... 1,1 im hcavj a k in;, : to. 4 si tattle -Strong: l.eve. f-17l iVli i'. liUK li, is. $ I.T.i-r.il 1(1; si, s ken.. t'.IOn .t.ji .(-, rn. stningrr. :ltlliiH.O-.; Texam liigler. fj....:i..l Mieep - Mew; Itl..U l.olei. s:,l,.-s. !.-ly4.IH: laiiiba. t.'l.:l1i4.7. l'l-isill. c: Bllll-r -Cb lie.; to a-n-.y ere vnury let 111. aiicj- ilair,-. Ji:t; i:u-iing. rl ftrt -l y tr.wx li , 17c p i do.. I oultrj -,rtiig i liickciis and lieas, 7h;''A:. spriiii! dm ks. N.'K'ir: old ducks, 7(.S tnrketN Mtk-. I'olatoes-Karly nan, tOmJaUi l. i tin on truck: Hurbanks. 51c. New York. New York. Oct. 6. Wheat -No. 1 red state. WiWo; No. S ret dri No. red winter November. SlHjc do llecemlier. 8tiic. Crn Na Z mixed cash 4V: do November, tec: do December, 7Hc Hals -No. I whrte utate. STUc; No. S do 'Sr. Kye-Uult. bat ley- V nc hanged. Pork - VUlel; new mesa, J HI 2r;tlll..rx Lard Oc tolar, fti.lU. November, fli.im. ft. lonls. T. Loris. Oi-t. ft Wlieat -Closed st-ady; No. 2 red isish. 74e November. 7lo; Decein'ier. 75 c; May. K'iH-. Com Wea'i: No. 2 mixed casli am Novemiier. Ulc; llecelnlier. 34ly-; Mav. :s'(s: Oats -Weak: No. 2 mixc I cash 2.-Nmem-ber. 2a-4.it-6Hje; la-cetnlier. t"727sie?; May ai-V- Kye 4Kc bid. Whisk)-$1.R I'ork fteadiei; $tl.K. Llxl-EBy: gA.a. lsetrott. Dcthoit. O. t. 8. Wheat -Easier, No. 1 white cash, 741$.. cash Michigan red. ""iVf'; No. 2 red, er cn-h: 74c asked Novemher; 7ac hid IKs- ruber: HM-jr May Corn wife. Oat- No. 2, !S : No, 2 while. H4jc. Clover Seed t4..VJ Novemher Toledo. Tolsixi. Oct. . Wheat -Opened Arm, then easier, rash TSHe: Novemher, 77ljc: Decemlier, Janu ary. 7Me ; May, (.. Corn-Stead) an I dull; rash an l OcKiber. .'SJc; Kuvwmher. aW4r May. 42V- Oata -Quiet; rash, ailfc. Clo.ei Seil- Steady and dull; cash and October J4.S-V November. KOh December. t4.". ROCK ISLAND. oais-2Ke Bjy Tun.fthy-J10.ro. Hay Wild $7,011 Hye-4i'. Corn -OWtV; New J7c. rotauwe 43siwc. ubione eoc. INK Mrs. Folsom, the president's motht r-in law, will rcide in the White house, it is said, as long as Mr. Cleveland is pres ident. She has no other home. I'SFAILISfi SPEWriC k LIVER DISEASE. CVIIDTflUCi 1mt'r "r 1,1111 in tt,e VllflllUlflWi liiemh ; ton l' lie cuated while or covered with a hrown fur; piu in f he hack, tides, or joint. often mistaken for Hheumatinni; SOUr Stomach ' nf iPI tile; Mjmetitmt. nau!-t-a anil water-hli, r tnlietion : tlatnlen cy and acid emrtotitm1-: bnweU alternately co tive and lax; headache to of memory, with a pain T til hen-aiiiu i tiaiint: r.iiled to lift imoethinir whifhoiij;bt t have bfen dene; de btlity; low f ptritt ; a thick, ycllim- aicar:im e of the kln antl rye: a dry ciMi!h; ffver; rett leFcneet; the untie is scanty mid htjrh colored, and, if allcwctl to r-taini, depotstf a sctlimcut. SIMMGHS LIVER REGDLATOB. PURELY VEGETABLE, In EPiitraUv iik1!. in !ti- Ktnith to nroi!c ih'j Tor pid Mivrrto a ht'HlMiy m-lnut. It act n with fxiiarnlii! r fli--ti v n: ihc T 1VEK, J-' KIDNEYS an 1. JiOWKLS, A.lfffct lUKl ! C.I'U fv'I' Malflria, lv k Constipation, l:itli'nm (Sick Ik!itJacli .I.hiihIm i'. Nautsta, t 'uhi , Mco!I DrpusMi n, lir. 1 ('nipiaim?:, Eiulor-fd hv th.- n- - f 7 MILLIONS T h i a- Hi- BEST FAMILY MEDICINE for Chililn n ami Adult - ;ni l (it tin- A-cd. ONLY GENUINE hac our letter Z t:im;t nt ml tn i,- (.f -.Mac;-' t . J. H. ZEILIN & CO., Sole Proprietors. IMHI AUKI.I II1A. I A. l'HI: I-: tl ll COOK STOVES I RADIANT HOME HARD COAL STOVES, - AT WILIARD BAKER & CO.'S, PROPOSALS 11 AND. Itilt K lt-I KSy A (i-1 v t,i . ( KiKk Isfaud. Ill . tit lith- r 7. 1)5. C S-AI.RH Pt."roAI-.to -il" "' '! -if 1 oYl.-rk P. M . KKM A Y . tu'T 'I1KU lv-ti. h- r v Invited to lnrnifh t h it Arn.il uiih lti lunltlitcj hand that the ioinnHndiii-J oili' n uf Hn- Ai-cnl may rt-qnirt- dnrin;: tf it niiimdi r of tin- Om.iI yt-ar cndinc.lntif . The carnl noi-t h.- .oitn,. it, s-hnri nand. and hiddt inu-t :!'init a .n,l'. and nnet cpef lfv at wlia' d hy what method they will deliver - w h- ih. r hy whihh hi the plat c required, on turn on the Aihch.iI r.ii'road trcii k. or by harjre on the ifl.iitd --lutrt'. If delnen d hy harpe. bidders mii! ftati wltcihti ilief will dc livtral the head of tin- tUn.l ir on Hie s-I'iiij-'i thore nrar the lowtr dam litlnralnne or hrrlmv it. The fiicrehfnl hidtl. r imi-t t v.it t ii-to tontrat t and five hond if reqiurt d. Tht iiovernment r servei the ri.'ht to reject avtv or all nmpoealf or puric thereof. Envelope? containing proposals Nhonld Iw marktd 'Prnptali tor Sand," ami addressed to the undersipEed. T. n A Y1.DK. Colonel of tlrdnaiicf. l'ontmandtn. Rock Island, Opposite Harper Hont. Illinois. 1 have jiint ici eiveil pjy tiist inslalhii'Mit tti!iy Foreign importations of FINE WOOLENS, FALL AND WINTER WtUK. Ami exH'tid :i ruitlial invitatiun to my palrciis for an inspection of tli e ;ime. Yeiy lincst wmk, Lowest juices, and perfect tit i;iiaraiiteeil. J. 13. ZIMMEll, No. 1810 Secoiul Avenue. Kock Island, 111. ROCK ISLAND HOUSE SHO10 SI-TOP, ( I "tide r t I'i'hiiii; Slot" ) .lOilN O. FREED, Proprietor. 5fSpi itrtl attt'iuimi paid to fine (ii'li'tn Work Heiirini: done neally and prutnpHy. JOHN T. NOFT8KEB. LOOK A.T OUR NEW RANGES, l '-T1 "a?' "mzj if m, m -THE- mmw. A sliglit exaininalioii will ron vince voil of llie ff ;"4v-l ffnn I m nnnnnrnnrmtT uiiuni uuiijiiiuiiiii -OF- These Ranges OVER ALL OTHERS, J3TWe challenge the world to produce their equal at any prit e. David Don, If 17 fcend Avenue, Roth thn&