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a X I f, : . . i: TOL. UXIV. NO. 298. Second Avenue corner of Eighteenth St fcf j. X s SJZj X comparison in oui X Furnishing Goods generally p"i Deane Steam Pumps, t& SlfiHT FEED LUBRICATORS, -E 'tf'- vVc ir'i!""irit''e every one perfect, and will scna Cup, ;--.. tw -my da e' trie!, to resiion-ible parties. rS v4f.j Safety Heating Boilers, anil Contrac ,,rs or fnrnisWn? an'l leaving ite Water, Gas and Sewer Piiic Dseke's Block, Moling HI. TclPpli.'TiP Vt FALL "8ti. HOPPE, the TAILOR, (successor to and late Cutter for I. I.iberman.) 1803 Second Ave., Rock Island. FINE WOOLENS, CLOTHS, CASSI.MERES, Worsteds, London Suiting and Trouserings. (Sg-J.argesl and most complete stock at tbe Lowest Prices. Particular Attention given to Good Work. AND OTHKR IIK8T-CLASS MACHINES. S. H. MOORE'S ewing Machine Room ji: d Are., and Twentieth St., Rock Island, HI., and 32fi Brady Street, Davenport, Iowa. 5jTernis and prices defy competition. All kinds of Machines Repaired and Warranted Oil, U nl iili1" f nil -t'ti 'a of M ichiaej keji in stock. First-Class New Hardware Store, NO. im SECOND AVENUE, MOTT & LIDDERS, Proprietors. 5gTA general line of Hardware. A specialty of Shelf goods and Carpenter's sujvjili-s. Telephone No. 1142 J. T. DIXON, MERCHANT TAILOR, And Dealei in Mens' Fine Woolens, I 706 Second avenue. HAWTHORNE'S OYSTER PARLOR, RESTAURANT AND BAKERY, 1 No. 1611 Second Avenue. (WSpfecIa! attention paid to f.triiHhing p'.cnic, ptrtte,etc. E. WILCOX, PEAI.KR IN FLOUR AND FEED, Cor. FourtU Ave., and Twenty.fourth St., Kroger'. Old Bttmd, ttmi I0?rfi a.llT.r.4 frn to ftn of tfct DAVIS & CO., PLUMBERS AND Steam Fitters. A complete utock of Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing, Hose, Fire Brick, Etc. Sulea entcfor- 1" 1712 First Avk., Rock Island. Illinois. Telephone 1148. Ufsidcnce Telephone ltn-? -WINTER '87.- PATRONIZE W P. Tindall's SALE AND FEED Livery Stable, 10ia and 1615 Tbinl avintie, BOCK ISLAND, ILL. T urn-Outs. IOO Doses One Dollar. Hood's Sarsaparilla is the only medicine of which this can be truly said; and ft Is an unanswerable argument as to the strenplh and positive economy ot this great medicine. Hood's Sarsaparilla is made of roots, herbs, barks, etc., long and favorably known for their power in purifying 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. Bbewsteb, Buffalo. " Hood's Sarsaparilla takes loss time and qyanUhj to show its effect than any other preparation I ever heard of. I would not be without it in the house." Mrs. C. A. M. ntJBBAED, North Chili, N. Y. 100 Dote) One Dollar Hood's Sarsaparilla cures srrofula, salt rtaenm, all humors, boils, pimples, (general de bility, dyspepsia, biliousness, sick tieadaehe. catarrh, rheumatism, kidney and liver com plaints, and all afleitions caused by impure Mood or low condition ot the system. Try it. ' I tvas severely afflicted with scrofula, and for oyer a year had two running sores on my neck. I took five bottles of Hood's Sarsapa rilla, and consider myself entirely cured." C. E. LovEJor, Lowell, Mass. "Hood's Sarsaparilla did me an immense amount of good. My whole system has been built up and strengthened, my digestion Im proved, and my head relieved of the bad feel ing. I consider it the best medicine I have ever used, and should not know how to do without V HABT L. 1'eble, Salem, Mass. Hood's Sarsaparilla Sold by all dmerrists. $1 ; six for?. Made only by C L HOOD & CO., Lowell, Mass IOO Doses One Dollar. C .2 .5 ' u o to B J c3 O ZD to cS 3 (4 7- o o 11 c3 -& J Q5 o o m c w CQ a- FIRE, L1FK AN1 ACCIDENT INSURANCE. J. E. Loosley & Co., GENERAL- Insurance Agents fyLocff promptly Jjatfd and paid at thif agency. (Succeasoi of Hayes & Cleave 1h ml ) Agency C!tatIifhed 1PS. Office in Benftston's Block. Buford & Loosley, -GENERAL- nsurance Agents. The old Pire and Ttnie Tried cc.mr33iet Re prtsenied LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID. latee as low an Relisble romii.inv can afford Yonr ratrttnspe it? jtnltciU CVOffte in Aretw Block. AUCTION AND COMMISSION W. H. LTJNDY, AUCTIONEER WI1.L Attend Sales in kitrkr CITY OR COUNTRY, at moderate chartee. or ReceiveConsignments and make prcmpt returns, aeond Aveno- BOTK I8LABD ILU S. T. WATKINS, (Saccesor to WATKINS & HILL.) Dealer is Dry and Green Wood. Will also attend U Haulm; of a!! cind Wlce at vnrtt. rorn"T of -27!h ptrtf t on Wolhe orders may be left at either ptaci. ocl-i-dtf LOANS Ojt Pkomissoet Notes. WANTED Votes nf well rated basinet's men forne mouth to twelve m-Mitti". Amount $1,000 to 51.fVM.tno. Strutly ontl.lenllal ami pnt. Bonne given, setlU-ment mad ', f 'orrLf ponilents wniittd o W FOSTER. Banker ftep tHitn m Brf.adwuv, New York. WESTERN INVESTMENT ! i wn-ory nrieK oannefn nonae, rront! two miiiD etr.ete. Crowing County Seat. Kan B OOO IMHi'llttiou Will m 11 hunlware niul implt-mciii bahine-f. Part cah, part lnp Mill THUUBANO Henirk. KANSAS HARDWABK. Box 564 ST. JO.hl'U. MO. MAKE MONEY Fortunes are yeirfy made hv fnTt-stgifal opera torsinatocNa, ?rain and ol. ThfM' invcm.m.init. rn'..i.MiiIv )ny from t5)0 to J2,itl()ormore on each $;iN) invtt-il. He liable correjKndf n!n wnnu-d AMr fn for circulate, ILL! an b KK'HaHDS. Banker and Broker. inn-3-dw . $. 40 it 42 Broadway, New York n C 1 C II C C C C&USEBand CUBE, tyone i.ni IILWil wbo wHe dear tt u( v-tthi 1 1. years; iroiif d oy inont of tlie noted Hpiahctr XJol the dAi tvith no benefit. Vurd himtrti in three month, and since tlien hundredn of other by name procep; a plaio. Rimnle and puccei-ffnl home treitment: address T. H. Pa'IK. 128 Kai th U New York City. maa dt-t-n-fitp A Clear Skin is only a part of beauty; bu t i t is a part Every lady may have it; at least, what looks like it. Magnolia Dalm both freshens and beautifies. ROCK ISLAND, MONDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1886. NICE FOR NEECE. The Chicago "Times" Reviews the Contest in the Eleventh Con gressional District. Mr. Xrece Likely to be Ite-F.lerted as a Result of the Continuance of Kepnbllenu OiMRermion. I.UOKH hki.l ion M'H l: 60 SAYS THE CHICAGO "TIMES." The Chicago Time has made s thor ough canvas of the Eleventh congression al district, and is therefore enabled to furnish a pretty reliable view of the out1- look of the present campaign. Tbe cor respondent of lhat paper writing from this city says: The Eleventh congressional district, is, in accordance with lime honored prece dent, all torn up this campatn. the rc pultliuaus Uejoud all question hold the balance ot power, um oeiwLtn jealousies, bickerini?'. and unwise nominations Mr- William H. Neecc has twice landed high and dry in cougress. liis first election was owing to the ancient feud between Mai. II. V. M Claunhrv and Col. B. V. March. Mr. Neece made a hard light against the republican candidate and won tiie .lay. In Mr. Alexander 1'. Pe ine wits chiisen as the standard-bearer of the republicans. Neece made anolhir of his peculiar campaigns, and notwilhstand ing the apparent harmony among bis ad vetsaries, warmed Mr. Pttne lo the ex tent of 371 majority. Kock I-land cotiif ty usually ha llie balance of power in the congressional district. It rolls tit majorities of from LINK) to i.CA) for the republican ticket. The immense niauu- tacturtng establishments ot KocK .fsland and Moliue employ several thousand toil ers, and every mother's son of whom is a voter and never nelects to visit the poll ing places on election day. Nccce gen erally receives the support of the laboring men of Hock Island comity, and this very fact accounts largely for the nomination by the republicans of Hon. W. H. Host, of ibis city. The fight 19 A KKM.UihMll.Y WARM ONE. Mr. Nccce conducts a campaign with rather an unique method. He avoids the beaten p;tlhs of travel, and takes lo the fields and farms, the hedges and the ha zel buish. The gentleman seldom avails himself of the steam-cars, prefenng to tide through tbe lanes and country roads Since tbe days of the "onc-hoss shay" nothing like Mr. Neete's campaign equip age has ever been seen. His horse is an old sway-backed spavined steed, the har ness is rusty and well worn, ami the bug gy is a relic of the prehistoric age. The vehicle w as originally treated to a coal or two of red paint. This, however, has long since disappeared, and the conveyance is innocent of varnish. For all this, how ever, the old horse is a fair single-footer, the harness answers all practicable purs poses, and the bnggv is a very comfort able vehicle. Mr. Neece is a third time on the war-path. Ills friends believe he will win the day, and it really looks as it their predictions will be verified. The republicans, or at least a great part of their number, are not very highly pleased over A PIECE OE pnAHP PRACTICE played at tbe Monmouth convention, which resulted in the nomination of Mr. Gest. M. M. Sturgeon and Pat O'Mara had a petition signed bv three or four hundred workingmen. urging the conven tion to select Mr. Gest and promising their support. The petition has disap peared, but it is stated upon good author ity that the document in its oiiginal con dition simply asked the Illinois congress men to favor the bill granting the em ployes at the Kock Island arsenal extra pay for two hours' time worked each day after the passage of the eight-hour law. In some way the introduction to the reso lution was doctored into an endorsement of Mr. Gest, and tbe workingmen feel they have been sadly duped by Ihe politi cal firm of O'Mara A Sturgeon . Gest's friends had an alleged workingman at the Monmouth convention. This individual, by name Horatio Michael McCartv, on behalf of the laborers of Hock Island, urged the nomination of Mr. Gest. Mc Cartv has lived here for some years. First he affiliated with the greecbackers, next Willi the Knights of Labor, and for the last few years has been the street com missioner of Kock Island, for which posi tion lie is indebted to the republican parly. He is a workingman in theory only, simply a fair ward uolttican. Cant. Dryden, of Monmouth, was the leading candidate as against Gest. He has a good army record and is a very active republican. The Stumeon-McCaribv artifice knocked Dryden's chances into a cocked-hat. and the ex-soldier was shelved in tbe inlerest'of Mr. Gest. Mr. Drydeu's friends, appreciating tbe fact that they had been cheated out of a nom ination by political fraud, are whetting up long knives with which to eviscerate Mr. Gest, and they w ill be heard from at the coming election. MB. CEST has resided in Kock Island quite a num ber of years. He is a lawyer by profes sion, and has never held an elective of fice other than a superintendencv of the public schools of the countv. He is a very shrewd advocate and counselled Tbe gentleman has no very great persona! follow ing in Kock Island, and his never lietrayed any desire to a meliorate the con dition of the laboriug man until this campaign. He is in thorough accord with them at this time, and is busilv en gaged in making the acquaintance of old mechanics, who have lived side by side with him in Kock Island for the last twenty years. His solicitude for the wel fire fit the workingman is said to be far fetched aud altogether too recent to be of much benefit during the present cam paign. Tne commutation of the life-sentence of one Patrick Grogan, a convict in Ihe Illinois penitentiary, is among certain people being used as an argument in favor of Mr. Gest, who, by the way, was the chief factor in securing eiccutive clemency. Gorgan some yeara ago, through a spirit of sheer wickedness, laid in wait for an old. inoffensive German named Conrad Wittieh. Aa the farmer was (hiving lo his home Grogan struck him in tbe back of the head with a paving-stone, crushing his skull and killing him. Grogan probably deserved hang ing, as there was absolutely no canae for the assault, but a petit jury sent bi n to tbe penitentiary for life. The case was carried to the supreme court, and that tribunal promptly affirmed the sentence The opinion can be found in the 7th Illinois Reports, page 270. Mr. Gest w rote a number of Idlers in the interest of Grogan, tad contributed lirgely to ward securing s commutation of bis sen tence to fourteen vears' imprisonment. Sen's friends ars using the fin', araoeg some of the Irish-Americans, is an argu ment in favor of his election to con gress. THE ISllEF.NrtAC KEK8 of the district have endorsed and will support Mr. Neece. The employes of the machine-shops and mauutactones oi Kock Island mri Mollne havo always voted for him, and will probably remain steadfast in their advocacy of his claims. Three or four alleged workingmen are racing over the district, making speech es for Mr. Gest. McCarthy is one ot the number, and a retired barber named PalFcrron is also stumping through the countryin Gest's behalf. Ferron's hard est work in life was done while in tbe regular army. He served a year or two at the Kock Island Arsenal, and was discharged from the service on account of injuries resulting from the kick of a mule or horse. He became a barber for a little while, but at present is devoting his entire attention to wire pulling and oratory. The"mo6t active, substantial republi can politicians in the district have dur ing the last five or six vears evidently become disgusted over the turn of affairs and kept out of the tights. Such gen tlemen as Morris Rosenfleld, C. H. Deer- ey, and Henry Curtis are not talking much interest in congressional matters these days. None ot them attended the republican convention which nominated Mr. (.Jest, and they don't appear to be working very hard in the hoe of secur ing a party victory. Numerous other old war-horses, like senator John ilelcher, are, contrary to their usual custom, de voting their entire time to thelrm'-aolion of individual business. Not that they are in sympathy wtlh Mr. Neece, but have simply lost all inclination to light the battles of congressional candidates. As a campaigner Mr. Gest is not a success. He is a poor stump-speaker, and fails to arouse the enthusiasm of the republicans in the district. His cam paign is evidently suffering f THE WANT OF H'NDS. Pat U'Mata said the other day that he must go lo Chicago and get some money to be used in Mr, Gest s behalf. O'Mara expecls lo see the state committee to-dav or to-morrow, but he will probably ex perience much difficulty in getting Lonj Jones and Dan Shepard lo "give down." O Mara, who Hopped over from the dem ocracy in 1x84, is one of the most zeal ous workers in Gest's behalf. Mr O'Mara is said by his intimates to be the owner of two votes. His own is one of the number, but its mate his not up to this time been discovered, although dtlegent search has been made for a clew therein. Mr. Neece is very strong in Kock Is land. He whittled down Petrie's major ity in 1H4 in this county to 220, and will probably do just as well this time. Mr, Uuesing. of tbis city, a very shewd prog- noslicator, thinks Mr. Neece will beat all previous records in November and re dtice Gest's majority to a nominal figure The other counties in the district will probably vote as Ihey did in 1882 and 1854. The Marsh, Dryden, and Flet cher ieoubltcans are at sixes and sevens They seem to appreciate the fact'that Hot k island did not do very much for Marsh in 1882. Peine s friends are will ing to see Gcsl knifed, because tbe Slur, geon element sulked in 1884. Moreover. some of the republicans in the interior counties were willing to give tbe nomina tion to Mr. Gest and throw the burden of electing the candidate upon Rock Isl and county, and as one of them rather significantly remarked at tbe Monmouth convention, "If Gest gets beat ,Rock Isl and can never ask anything more of the republicans in this district." It really looks as if Gest would be add' ed to the martyred Marsh and Peine. The scheme worked by Sturgeon and O'Mara is proving a boomerang. Tbe greenbackere arc supporting Neece. as are also ihe greater number of working men. The state committee will do ils best to pull them through. Senators Logan and Cullom will, it is understood, make a number of speeches in the district during the campaign, but tbe voters here aways are not easily swayed by political oratory. Call cn John Warner ft Co- for yonr hard coal, pure Lehigh, all grades at the lowest market prices. Give them a call. Office at 1808 Second ave nue, and Kroger's old stand on Twenty -fourth street. Call and seethe samples. Telephone 1196. Barth ft Bibcock, Dentists. No. 1721 Second avenue. Special atten tion paid to saving the natural teeth and inserting teeth without plates. Offerman Island Picnic Orosnds Churches and societies desiring special rates or transportation, should apply early to Eli J. Frankland, P.O. drawer E, Kock 1-hnd, III., or call al the island. You can get cut rates over any railroad at HUke's ticket office 1808 Second avenue. dlv THE MARKETS. CirrcAoo. Oct. , On t he brard of triirte to-day the quotation were a, follow: Wheat No. t October, oi-.tivd Tie. t'losed Ttltv; November, opened t lo-etl ',tjr; Hot-ember, opened . t lod ;fW-. fern No. 2 Oetolier, opened k'lic. c'o-el .T;!.; November, opened JtiV, clo-e1 3-V-4r-: Uet-ember. thised astje. Oats No, : Oi-t ber. l is d t&t-, November, opened an t elo'd fork October, closed fs.7.v Novemlvr. oem-d and clowd tS.TS: January op'-m-d V-i.:;t. closed tttfi. Lard-Novenib -'. o ene j S-YtiTVfc, eloed $.xT5. Live Mo-jk-Th following were ths qnot tioim from the t'nion ttrx k Yards lo-dny Hoes Market active on shipping ac-ottnt; one lue kinic firm bnnght !; prices &;10 lowei and weak: pules ranged from t&ftot 4.40 for Ihtlrt: HSia. for rongh: $4.ie4. foi heavy ,ki king weights. t attle-Almost with, ing doing; beeves. FI.5rK(-lll)! butchers, f2.fi.lg tttill Sheep Dnll: romnmn, fJ.IM.iSfn; good. l.:.'.V,i,4.l: no si rike developments; everybody waiting. Proilnre: flutter Choice U fancy t-reaiu-er. 2'.7r per lb; fancy dairy. aM'.V: pack ing. fin.Hi'. Kig -Strictly fresh, ISW.tlie icr doy. Poultry Chickens. TJe p r lb: duck-. IV: tiokc)s. S..; geeae, fo.Ula.S.III l-er do., fo-la''- Krt-Iy nw; 4lfi"iilu ler bu en track: B'lil.iii Vi?. New York. NkW York. Oct. . Wheal- No. 1 red M if. SSc; No. t do. fj'e; No. -i r."l winter November. do Dei em- be,-. ST r; do January, HTViie. t'orn-No. i tnixtil ea-li. 4fle; do November. 4.Ve. t ats -No. I wlibu state. 8Se; No. 2 du, SHUe; No. niixet January. tWtJe. Rye-lnll. " I -ie) Nondnady unchanged. Pork-fjnief . ne".f me.-s, IHxr l'J.ri0. Iird OrUiber. jA.tll: No-venil-er. tii.trJ. St. I.OOlft. fT. Wicih. fk-t. II. lieat -Weak and lower: No. 2 red cash, 7.V-: Novenilier. 'it Deetmlier. 7Wt-; May. Wr- -urn-K.-u.y anil XMe lower: N : t mixed ea-h, Hovember, sskel; December. WHf, May. iKBe. Onla e,; No. s mixed cash, ghic; JD.e mler IiH': -la.. i)w. Hye-tstewly; :. WnMl - K.rm; si Kl. H.irk-Htronger, f.l. Ijird Higher; fo..Mtl. ROCK ISLAND. Oate 2c Bjy Tlm.iUij tlO.00. Haf-Wild 17.11. Rve 46. Corn -Old 4V: New S7c. Pouwee 4itc. Oiiione 40c. Coal-soft ine : Slid M M CvrdTTwt-Jfl.W. Sir Charles Dilke's new position will be that of an unpaid volunteer in the news service of one of the great press agencies in London. I'MAIIM mm for LIVER DISEASE. CVUDTflUCi Kilr'r r h-Hl tte n Tle wTRIrlUnlOi month: toiiL'ue coated white or covered with a hrown fur; pain in ihe back, cidee, or jnintp often mistaken fr It hernial ioni ; SOUr etomaciV appetite; mmenmca naufpa and wHtt r-nrasli, or inuiention : ilatiilen cy and acit erne tot ion? ; Ivoweii litTnstcly na tive aod ; headache: "f memory, with a painful eii;ihn tr li.n ipk fttMed to d-i pometumtj whi bought to ue ht-en d"nt; de bllity; lowiin?: athwt. yellow ancar:it) e of tbe Fkln and ye : a dry ou:-h ; fever; reM- leps!iev: the mine w "'.anty n h'H colorc-i, and, if allowed to t-tand, deiJoiMi- a cemuu-nt. SI1H LIVER REGDLATOB. PURELY VEGETABLE, lo generally npf-d t:' llr-S'o'ith lo m th'.1 Tor pid Miverlo a healthy ncik ti. It acts with r xr;tMrdin.ry etti' acy on the T ITER, L' KIDNEYS and BOWELS, AnelT'-'ti! tl ! ..-('Tie for Malaria, ly. n p-iu. Const i pal ion, l'.nlionsiics :. Kick llcadrtrljr, .Iroimth f, Nausea, folic, Mental Drpreion, lli'-l (.'ninplaiiils, Endorsed by thou-' "f 7 MILLIONS f b.i- BEST FAMILY MEDICINE for Child p n nod Adiilln and f'-i the Ajrd ONLY GENUINE ha our letter Z "'ium1 t'!' - torn! '-f ni;-r. J. H. ZEILIN & CO., ;o!err.,prittor. I'lttl.A IIKI .I'HIA, S'A. I'Uli'K f! "'. lKOroSALs 1'(K SAN1L Ii"K 1m ami .k ai . t Itocl; 1-tnn-i, Oi Int.- r 7. 1Sfi ( SEAi.rn Propo-Ai t" ' oit n'd it t o'rlork P. M . FKIDAY tr. TtmKli ?z. l-N,. Mre hen-:y invited to fnmi-di 1ln Ar ni-il w itti Hie Imi1dinj and that the coimnaitoiii': "-tti1 r of tin- Ar.-( mil may n niir durii'ij tin yf-ar endin.liin' :f t. l.-r The Mnd in'it-t I'c ; tand. mid tdddt is1 miit irnst ("iMM'tfv nl wb:M itrn maiiiilt of Hit cal 1'iithty. tb'Hti. thurp 'Mill h t-:oi!i'l'. mid (I h h:it iim thod thfy will de'ivrr -.. u t hy wm-nn ut tli 'I;up rtqatrea, on rare on in- -t?".!t;il raiimii fr.ifK. or by btirpe on Ihe i1nm( h-iif. If dnln t--d by bargi1. bidder? mtif-t jt:iif Mn'i!it f tiny will d: livt r al thf ht-art of thv inland 01 'n tin1 t-'otjcli phore near tin? lowir dani oh'T at urn- r hrlow it. The Micffpsfful tidd'r itntt i nO r inw tontrut and (lire bond if r.'i"'d. Tht viovrrnnirnt n serw tbf nidit to n juti any or all propona! or partF tbt'rt'of. K!ivliirii conl.niiiinj: iip'ifo-'aN kIioiiM bf marked I'ropoals for H:md," and addn-sitil t ; the undfTisiptrd. T. KAVI.OK, Colonel if irdnnw. t'ominsndinp. JOHN look: lif-We challenge the world Sfi8l ftl j W 11 1 it n to p f II n I Lf 1 &rifW mmmmW3 X s!i-111 'xa""ation will .-on-JaO 0 vi.ifeyoitof the rlpteli GREAT SUPERIORITY COOK STOVES! RADIANT HOME HARD COAL STOVES. WILIARD BAKER & CO.'S, Opponitt- Harjitr HonHc. Rock Island, - Illinois. I 1i;ivj just lvreivt'd my Mist installment of my Foreign importations of FINE VVOOLENS, KALI. AND "WINTER WEAK, Ami t-xtt'iitl a ct'i!ial iiivitalixti to my atr us for an inspection ,f tl; saint!. Verj fm'8t work, Lowest pi ices, and perfect lit guaianteed. J. 13. ZIMMEE, No. loJO Second Avenue. Hock Island. 111. jSt'i-rlal attention p.inl tn fine fin-tom Weife T. NOFTSKElt. ajt our to produce their etpial at any jirice. B avid Don, ifl? PJUCE FIVE CENTS ROCK ISLAND HOUSE SHOE SHOP, it'ii,cr('l,itliiiis Won ) JOHN O. FREED, Proprietor. Hcpairin il-me nently ami iiromptly. new RANGES, These Ranges OVER ALL OTHERS, Second Arentte, Koch 1 f"- 4 r h -f m 5 i fi ll !i LA St - its" : :.? 1 H v 1 'ft 1 " .: I.." ' 1 i ft