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Rock Island Daily Argus.
VOL. XXXIV. NO. 299. HOCK ISLAND, TUESDAY. OCTOBER 12. 1886. PRICE FIVE CENTS Second Avenue corner of Eighteenth St. 1 W$$Sy4y f fs jr s We challpnse jlLQy f comparison in our s s vr' s "ie ats an( Men's y f Furnishing Goods generally S Deane Steam Pumps, t , x7? SIGHT FEED LUBRICATORS, J? -ri A e similiter; ewr.7 onv perfect, and will send Clips, 'I'" tW K''a trie!, to responsible parties. ' Safety Heating Boilers, artd Contrac i" I - 3. tnrA fnr fn rni chin cr un T n vin. 1 Dejcke's Block, Moline, II. -FALL '80, HOPPE, the TAILOR, (successor to and late Cutter for I. l.iberman.) 1803 Second Ave., Rock Island. FINE WOOLENS, : CLOTHS, CASS1 MERES, Worsteds, London Suiting and Trouserings. SLargest and mtvt complete stotk at tbe Lowest Priers. Particular Attention given to Good Work. AND OTHER KIKST-CI.ASS MACHINES. S. H. MOORE'S ewing Machine Room Jji-d Ave., and Tuentieth St., Rock Island. 111., and 32i Brady Street, Davenport, Iowa. jgjPTerni" and prices defy competition. All kinds of Machines Repaired and Warranted. Oi!, -r t ; I! n I a .!: ;i frjr iil 'in is f irirst-Olass mm New Hardware Store, NO. 1623 SECOND AVENUE, MOTT & LIDDERS, Proprietors. "A general line of Hardware. A specialty of Shelf goods nd Carpenter's Hupniis. J. T. DIXON, MERCHANT TAILOR, And Dcalet in Mens' line Woolens, 1706 Second avenue. HAWTHORNE'S OYSTER PARLOR, RESTAURANT AND BAKERY, 7 ,-u No. 1011 Second Arentie. E. WILCOX, DEALER IN FLOUR, AND FEED, sty i &Vx S . r & mm m DAVIS & CO., PLUMBERS ANT. Steam Fitters. A complete stock of Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing, Hose, Fire Brick, Etc. Sole a ems for Water, Gas and St?wtr Pipe. 1712 First Avf., Rock Island,' Illinois. Tete:bone I US. Rf eidenre Telephone 1W7 -WINTER -87.- PATRONIZE W- P. TlNDALL's SALE AND FEED Livery Stable, 1013 and 1G15 Third nvsuue, ROCK ISLAND, ILL. Tarn-Outs. Telephone No. 1142 IOO Doses One Dollar. Hood's Sarsaparilla is the only medicine of which this e:in be truly said; and it is an unanswerable argument as to the strength and positives economy ol this great medicine. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is made of roots, herbs, barks, etc., long and favorably known for Uieir power in purifying the blood ; and in combloatici, proportion, and process. Hood's Sarsaparilla is peculiar to itself. "For economy and comfort we use Hood's Sarsaparilla." Mrs. C. Brewster, Buffalo. "Hood's Sarsaparilla takes less time and quantity to show its effect than any other preparation I ever heard of. I would not be without it in the house." Mns. C. A. M. nuBBARD, North Chi!!, N. Y. 100 Doset One Dollar Hood's Sarsaparilla cures scrofula, salt rheum, all humors, boils, pimples, general de Nlity, dyspepsia, biliousness, sirk headache, catarrh, rheumatism, kidney and liver com plaints, and all affertmns caused by Impure blond or low condition of the system. Try !t. ' I was severely afflicted with scrofula, and for over 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. LovE.roy, Lowell, Mass. "Hood's Sarsaparilla did me an immense amount of good. My w hole system has been built up and strengthened, my digestion im proved, and my head relieved of the bad feel ing. I consider it (ho best medicine I have ever used, and should not know hew to do With'.ut it." MART t. Teblk, Salem, Mass. Hood's Sarsaparilla Sold y all drueeists. ?i ; six for f 5. Made only by C I HOOD & CO., Lowell, Mass IOO Doses One Dollar. C .2 .2 ' G o CO B ct3 o CD o O CO H o CX2 PJ 03 m 55 O O c o O CO FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE. J. E. Loosley & Co., GBNBRAL Insurance Agents IILorW promptly ttdinftefl and paid at thif (SucceaBoi of lltiyra & Clt'avelaiHi ) Office in Ben us tori's Block. Buford& Loosley, QBNERAL Insurance Agents. The o!d Fire cr.d Time-Trtt-d companies Rc (imritU'd LOSSES PROMPTLY PAIU. la'ep ac low ie an RtltabJe Compnnv can afford Yocr I'ntTtJii ar' in hottriin! WOffce in Arenx Blor.k. AUCTION AM) COMMISSION W. H. LUNDY, AUCTIONEER Attend Sale in BrrniR CITY OR COUNTRY, at moderate chaitee, or ReceiveConsignments and m&ke prom;t return? . second Arena KOfSItn.idD ILL. S. T. WAT KINS. (Successor to W ATKINS & HILL,) Dealer n Dry and Green Wood Will also attend to fiauih." of a!! dind ltff.e at -nrrtf. i.am"T of i7 h .H'ltrcl Wot P svmii;. 'J't-lf-nhoiis No. 107; ortlurs miy it ittt eteitner placs. ct--V-ntf LOANS'7 O.v PRuMiasoRr Notes. WASTED-Sotesof wel! rno-d mm forone moth in tw..v m'Mitii. A'ii-ni- Jl.iNKl to l.O.H.oo. irli;tly vwiti.li-ntl il ami mfe. Boii.ive;i. seltUvm-Df- mni :orvcninili'm wanted. o W rosTKP. Bankr Bep-li-n 4u Uroadw:iv Sew York. WESTERN INVESTMENT ! Two-PtorybtkklKi-his-se htm-, fr.mt!. two nmin str-etB . Growfns CountV Seat. Kan 898. 5 OOO puP'iHliGTi Will H htrdun:o and iinpk'iii-m btfiine Part cah. pat b-mr in..--. r.-ifi-iii'il'l .'icui T'rH. AIMlUill f;lk SIXtY THOUSAND ("i k KANSAS HART)W ARK. Box 654 ST. -JOSEPH. Mil mikTmoney Fortnnop are yeirlv iim lr hv ntnTt'jKsr.t! npira- torjunetocWs.Krain ani ol. I itiv-3tiii..m ircpiciiilv piV ftom fi'UMo $J,iW)nnir( on each $;mo invott'd. Ktliahle corrt-f poinl(Mii wat.l, 1 Ad-lr g r(r CircillHfiP, ILL! AM IS HICIlA K)S, hanker anil Bmker, jun-'t-dw 40 &, 42 Bnuulwav, N w Vork. DFirirCCrCAUBEBan.!CURE,bvonc bHI RLdvwhi wn ataf iw,-utv-iicin year; treitt-d byiuoct of the n-u-,i fpL'tinhVU" of the day nitb tbnse mo:ithi, and since tht-n imlrflo of- othcre by am proce?; a plain, simple and em rrsr-fiil homt trejtmvnt ; aAdrvnt T. S. PAK, lib Kimt 'Kith nt.. Nnw York Cltv. m48 (U-t-t-Cm 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. THE C0L0KEI) BRETHREN. THE REV. DR. DUDLEY'S SPEECH TO THE EPISCOPALIANS. He lielieveii There Should He No C olor Line la Kellgltm Prucct-ding of the Triennial Convent ion The Koi-!i Kiver Conference Central Illinois Slethodlsts Resolutions Reported. Chicago. Oct 12. At Monday's session of the Ei)iscojil convention aftt-r the minutes bad been read the president announced the formation of a committee on the judicial system of tlw church. The committee on cannon report! adversely to the proiosi tion of Pr. Hnn Hvldi t, of southern Dhio, that two or more dhxiwes unite in the consti tiitiim of (i rurt of appeals, but huld tlwt a diocese miht add nn a initiate court to its own jud trial system The question whieh was interrupted by the dissolution ofthe house Sal unlay t to sit as a board of missions, was resumed The debate was on the proposition of the bouse of bishops that the committee on canons of Nrth houses be allowed to held joint sessions. Pr. Hop kins declared against the joint .session, since if 011I3 d'.spatt h i'i transacting business were to be consulted, then exinse and trout tie might be saved by letting the bishois do all the legislation. There was, in iiis opinion, too imu h criiiini; r-tibmi.-sion to the w ill of the bishops. Pr. Kairmtoujf Li Island, obje-ted strongly to the toitstitutioii of a third bouse, as he eallt d the joint toitui.itU'a. Before adjotirniiiK to sit as loaid ol mis sions Pr. Lotke iitvitcj the deltpat's tw the reception to le tendered bm by Mr. Hibbard at his rpsidt-'nee, 1T" l'rau ie aveuu'. After siuKig a hymn the ht. 1-tev. Pr. Dudley, Lish.'p ot Kentucky, sjioke about the work of tho uhui-vh among tiecolmed Kople. He sMd: 'I was brought up among them and I think they have a elnim on cs tin- consideration. 1 feel a blush of shame that so little has been done. I believe that there should be u irolor hue iu religion. Me tohl them sot hi eo ears ago and hit has cume of it? ComaraUveIy nothing. From the depth of liiv heart 1 l)e- ueve m tne Ca'.bolu- t-hur It. and 1 du nut be lieve any oiil1 has the right to ciitie into my dtiKvse to look after a (vrlam class where the Lord trod hall! sent me to eare. 'for all kinds of people, for witlt (i.-l there is neither Greek uu barbaj-iau. bmd or free. T hen' is a prejudice aguimt aliownig a colore,! man a seat m the tvmueils of tlie church. I hud as boon sit by a black man who bib Kcu ordaie.Ml a bishop as by the whitest man in the world. The pivjtidk-e is dying out. hut do not get angrv with ur, K-c.insc- it dn s t:ot die faster. AVhv has so litth bei-n d'.ner It is le( ause we do not really believe the colored hmi have anv claim on us? U it because we thmk the Methfxtists aed llai-tists can handle them? If that is so the sooner we abandon the claim of being a atholie and AiKtetohe chureh the better. Then we are a mere community of caste and aMhtir culture Are we to have a trmtv of the Protectant Episcopal, he- , ionie:i r.r;s(pai, ana a tries 11 episcopal, a three-fold cirdr iirt forbid. V litdin.r Baptist told me that th worship ot the ruioreu napnsts was degenerating into fett chism. their saernment but a charm to con jure with, and their morality a sham. If there is to lx a separate organization, then tse increasing degradation f!l hi ti.lnu n. fall drag down the white people in thir iiimsi. nHt-Hue r n-v are 1 nose writ Christ has died for they ,Uve reason ftr btonging to the Catb one chiircb of Jtns Christ. W do not want bishops f their own color, hii we want a missionary who shall t" the incar nation ty th eoloi-ed people of Bishop Whip- j" in me limuins. Th? bishop approved cordially of the Rev lamrcrtn d. rmys suggestion of the op poinrmnt of a committee for the manage ment 01 a worn among the colored people. The Roek River Conference. Etanstox. Ills.. Oct. 12. At Mondays session of the Rock River conference Pr. E. 11. JrucftleU reported that the Chicago dis trict was in a flourishing condition. It had sixty api ointments H'.'rtt church members-. fevmty Sunday schools, with 1. .Soil feathers and officers and ltKVi scholars, and sitv chnrch edificT-s, u iih r.n estimated value of f,.(tuu.oo.i Hy morion it was apreed that tne next meeting or the conterence be held Court Rtre.t cfaurdi. Ri -kford. Pis. The Ontril Ilftnot Mellie. lists. FeORIA. IPs . Oct 1 At. V,.?n,- mg's session of the M"thoiist conference reso lutions were reported dencunem tholi,,,,, . trafhc; recognizing snloonkeepers as felons in the sight of Go I; d"claring unalterably in ravor ci nronihition ni nrotnintt.m .nAi dates for office: dcnlorim th nunci..tinn of the Rev. (Jeorge Haddock, of Sioux City, town, and rejoicing m the capture of his murderers. rntfesftur Strnnk Acuufttd. ff Al.ftA'VY ft Tho inrr in U trial of Pnifesor I Stnmk. for the mur der of Charles V. Hoover, fter being out innTV-nve minutes Ntnr.'v ntnm..l iti. a verdict of not guilty. On July 27, Strunk Sl!'r, ai'il Kl C(l t rtHrleM Hmror art.) cum ouslv w ouiidetl his fnther ( V 1 1. the defense was temiKirmy insanity, caused by ieaiouslr. it havmi? bren Blluit ti. vonmr Httuver was mHilv ii.tir.mto Tr.it. Mrs. Stnmk. The triul was x?mt sensa tional, the testimony devehtping Wiie fact that. Mrs. St rank and Charles Hoover, who were both meailwrs of the Episcopal church. wiu uipamsi ani cuoir leader, respectively, had used the church, to wliieb. they had pri vate access as a meeting place. .ew Span'tdi Ministry. Madki. Ojt. 12 A nw cabinet has b-en former! as follows: Fresideiit of the eouneil. .'Uor n-3sta: nnms'er of foreign atfairs. Honor Moiet; minister of iutice. H-nor M--- tinez. minister of finance, Sem r Bmgcet ver; minister ot the interior. Ion Castillo; mnns fe of publL- works. Senor Kodrcgo. minister 01 war. Men. tastilf.-; mmter of m.tit.10 Admiral Adnas; minister ot c,domes, S-nor iJaJaguer. Laundr-men in Convention. Cincinnati, Ot. li The national con vention of laundry men met at th- Cratid hotel Monday morning for a three days" ses sion. At 10 o'chK-k Fn-sidfnt 51. B Town send, of Massaehuset.ts calletl the convention to order. Only routine business was trans acted and new memliers o'imiTtej. Among the prominent m-n present is Charles Pawpf. e.iitoi f f Th- National Laundry Journal, Chicago. A Million Dollar Failure. New Yot.k, Oct. U-KalbfiVweh Sons, wholesale chemicals 55 Fnhoii street, nhn were rate $l.C00.fHM) I by the mercantile agencies at a-isijimd Saii:n)nv tt.-.,r The failure cauvd givitt excitement in the trade. Railway CoriHntldatinn Agreed Cpon. Boston. O-t. 12. An arrangement looking to probable consolidation of the Indian blooming & Western and Cincinnati, San dusky A: Cit-vt land Railroad coinp;imes is aid on gocd authority U hav beeu agred upon. Jndj; Woodruff lead. FATEnsov. N. J . Oct. ll.-Judg Wood raff died Monday morning at his residence in this city. He was a'te of Nev. Jersey g most fcfmorod t itiBerm. Public notice. Anyone having business u lib ihc Anot n office aftr 6 p. iu. (in the event thai the office is c.iosed) will please call at Wib mans & Gait's news sUud in the pestotiice building, who are authorized 10 transact busineesof ever? nature for the Anaus. Cheap Kali Boxes. The finest mail and papt r box ever in vented is for Hale at the Argus office ot the low price of $t each. The same box Is sold everywhere at r! Call nod ei- ffmiue them THE NEWS IN BRIEF. The death ia announced of James A. Grin stad, the famous Kentucky turfman. Thirty Indians drove into Alandan, D. T., on Saturday, with ox-teams loaded with wheat of their own raising. L. B. Harris, of Upper Sandusky, Ohio, gave 1,700 children of Wyandotte county an excursion to Columbus Sunday. The Omaha Republican changed hands Saturday, Mr. & F. Rounds, lately public printer at Washington, taking possession of the paper. Among the entries at the Chicago custom house Saturday were eleven tons of silver ore, shipped direct from a mine in British Columbia. Oliver K., owned by Charles Schwartz, of Chicago, defeated Harry Wilkes at St. Louis Laturday in three straight heats. His best time was IMfi'.f . The price of standard granulated sugar is lower than eder before in the history of the trade,. The direct cause of this is said to be overproduction. The A met ican schooner Henrietta and a valuable cargo were seized in the Arctic regions by the Russian steam cruiser C'ar rotte, for trading in Russian ports. Capt. P. 8. Harris, of Galena, Ills., claims to have struck a lead of pure galena which bi'is fair to be one of the greatest mineral discovenesvever made in that n-gion. The thirl auditor of the treasury, in a let ter!" th governor of Indiana, charges that riO(iUo has been erroneously paid to citizens of that state on duplicate or altered war claims, and should be refunded. A boa eoustrietor somewhere from fifteen to twenty -seven feet in length was set free in the city hail park at New York by the break ins 'f the h i f irs cage. A ck.th was throw n over its head, when it was easily dealth with. Its value is Three hundred of the oldest settlers of Clark county, Illinois, gathered in the court house yard at Marshall on Saturday, brides several thousand younger citizens. The, honors were taken by James McCormick. ot Pant in, aued ltl. Th;' Central Lab r union, of Chit-ago, at a meeting held Sunday at 54 West Lake street, Pioiiited a committee to rais.1 ev.ry cent jMissibte tor the defense of the c n icted an archists, and to appeal to every labor union in the country for aid. The St. Paul road is already laying track southward from Ottumwa, Iowa, ou the branch bi kavsas City, ami expects to reach Chillitot.he this winter. The Illinois Central is sumying a branch from Muldrow to Co !mnhu. Miss., to connect with the Georgia I'acifr-. Minister Cox fn America. New York. Oct. ' J Hon S. S. Cox, minister to Turkey, arrived here Sunday on the La Champagne. He says his visit here is iartially in conse quence of imiiortant business connected with his mission, and about which he must consult Fr e s i d e n t Cleveland. lb frank ly says he will be a candidate for re-election to congress if his old constituents will nominate him, but with reference to the recent talk of making him Democratic can- himctkr cox. didate for mayor he says his ambition lies not m that direrttrm, and that nnd-r no cirrumstances would h accept, a nomination. Mr. Cot is accom panied by his wife. Condition ol Case In the Snprrmp Court. W A?ntNr;TON City, Oct. 12. A few days ago when the supreme court met, there weW 1. ).;: cases on the docket; when they met Monday thr were 1. lot) facing the court. Last year tho court cleared np about 40f cases, ami with that number as a fair basis of work for the coming year, the court, it may le said, is nearly three years behind hand, and with fair prospects of running still further behind this and each succeeding year. wi.wii'ifs soineimng to remedy matters. Congress only can remedy this, tint th- court officials are not hopeful it will do anything. If nothing is done matters ......I i:nTT:.LiTiiy gnon irom oad to worse, The full bench is In the city. THE MARKETS. . Chicago, Oct 11. On the beard of trade to-day the quotation! wrre as fol'ews: Wheat No. 2 October opened TUc, closed V: November, opened T-Vc closed Tl V: Pe- ember, opened 74 clowd 7r. cm-No. 2 October, opened closed ;il"; Pecember, closed SWic. thlts- iso. ; i)f t tber. cIosd SV: Nnvemher. opened unu cioa --4C. Kom tK toher. closed fs.W; -'iiM-uie-r. iienen rhme.t fw.ff.t; January opened flt'wl. cloeed J't.tift. Lnrd-OctnU-'r' duMHi f5.5;if: November, 01 ened itnd closed Live Ho-k-Th following were the quU- .u-iiT, iiimu -ue 1 nmn mock i ards tu-dav ibiirs-Market active and firm. hiK..V Mp,.R'r:i l,"mK rather freely: lijrh grades 'inning, n.'wi.oi. tattle-teadv; beeves J)..VK: butchers. fitter etockers r- j.cu: western cattle, yimir.in. Sheer in.u. c. himpr-i uoite to iancy cream try, iVr-Tc iter lb; fancy dairr. lOa-Sic mek hiK.!r. rff;;S"S?rictIy ftefh. IticlTc ir tloz. Poultry thickens 7c per lb; duck?. t . . 1 hi n.t js, pc; rete. sci.egi.uu p-r do;, t'v t aloes- Early nc: t5Uc kt bu on track; Luibunl.s, Lb. Jfcw York. New Yotk, Oct. 11. V beat-N. 1 ml itr 87,-; N. do. Kl v 'n'cr Knvember, do Pe- eoi- h,-'r- ' 'orn-No. 2 mixed cah. 4.'U.e: No violi'T. J4V : tV'-eniher. Hi,- iii-.v 1 ;u.e M.HW-. .- Z d- No. " mixed -'eji;wr vJ .v. tv- n m.m il l... Joj;j. Wd.toti-r. Srb'j i; N-n o nibci t,' St. 1.oh!h. St. L uis. Oct. U. lu.'lt-AVeak n.-id ;Tr;7,;,. nn.UM v.. . her, 7 c ns'.e 1: .Ma v. SI1--. i',-n .-- tan. ie; o- C'als-Ucak. .No. 2 mixed cask 244m21;: ouinU-r. :o!c; LVc.ad;r, ijc bid; May. Re- Weak; tej.jc. Whlskv-Firm. f rt rk-fcrtt-aly; ?y.5u. Lard-frteady Tolelo. Toledo, Oi 1. 11. " beat Actir nnH (r. rt, rtA... br. 7.V-; Noveni'ier. 7hi ri.vx.mi.uv uary. 7V; May, Wc. C-rn-Wcak'ani dull an 1 1 h in. tec. -(c; I'M ember. :.tk Ma. 41V- Oat Quiet; m-di. 2tiW. Clovei Oetrolt. PUTHOIT, Oct. 11. We;it No. I whif nh bu1. Michijfan ted, TVj uske.l; No. S red. tV nskid ca-ia. 7-te hid NovTiiiier; 7.'c asked Oectni bee; M?4c M.ty. (."om-:7c, nominal. Oatc N.!. '4 ; nountial; No. 2 vvhit. Clever tjed -M.iJ nominal, November. 3IiIiunkee. Mii.WjtrKRr. Wf., (), t. U. Wheat W:T.U: crsIi tVMii" KoromhAn , ' 0i -Piilh .. a, t ijg,.. " '--Weak: N. 1, w a'.. JiMi w lXIWer: fo. SL filVte. HH K IWI.AMJ. -SHr Hay Thiiotuj 1C W. !lar-Vild-f8rti io old 45c : New 8tc. Potmoe 41r - Oi.fnmt 4'c. , - Urtfl tfttt ha.il afi M Oor.UVood Slraw-f6 05. OSarman iiland Picnic Oroudt Chun lies unci societie desiring f pecial rules or lrin?porlilion, Blionlil siihIt narly lo Eii J. Fianklaud. 1. O. tlrawr S, liork lslnui.1, III., .if call at tfct- islnndi At an auction sile of s-jme genuine anliquilies in 1'bila.lFlpliia on Thiirpdnv a New York Extia Sun, printed in 1885. sold for 40 cents. IS I'NFAILISG SPECIFIC k LIVER DISEASE. CYVDTMICi Pi",r or bad tf,-"w the WiniriUlflWi mouth; toiiiine toattd while or covered with a brown tur; jtiiii in ihe hack. iies or joints otttu mistaken for KhenmtiMii ; BOUT Stomach: l"fs of apiitlitc; PomttiHies nauscft and witcr-lir;ipb, or licliei-tioii ; flatubn (y and acid vructotion; b;e1 nbcrnalely cos tive and lux; hariache: '"''' "uaioiy. with n r-amf til teiitalion of tinic f illed to do something wti'n bought t' lnvc heTi done; blf ItV : lw cr'rii; a tliick. yitlow HpwaratHp of the ekln and eyt-p : a dry coiiph; 'etr. re-t-le-nesw: the nrin" ip scanty tnid hK'li coioreil, and, if alliwcd to stand, depoists a -edimeot. SHS LIVER REGEATQB. PURELY VECETAQLE, generally ned oi the South to aroup5 the Tor pid Miicrto a benlihy action. It tict- with exiruonlinnn eftU-acy ca the 1 IYER, L' K11JNKY.S a ? i) BOWELS, A.ieff. rln.-i! y !'. 1' t Malaria, lit .- p. is. Consti pat ion. H'ilii.i'.siH'ys, Sick Headache, .! iiimliie. Nausea. I ,.!ic. Mental D- prcs. -ion, II mil (.'.jiiiplnhi, Eniloreed by tlti. n-.' "f 7 MI! LIONS nf bi- !! . I'.- I..- BEST FAMILY MEDICINE for I 'MMrt-n niitl Ad-itu :rA f ir the Api ONLY CF.WUINE ha our letter Z lit r- -! :i fr:t:r cf vxia; r. .T. H. ZEILIN & CO . Sole Proiriet(.rs, rllll.AHKI.l'lIlA, I' A. I'Kli'K f! tn JJR0P0SALS Full A1D. Kocl; lst.AM , Vh NAI-. i Iic.k Wtni'I. I'i.. 0;tcb"r T. 1 Sr f SEALF.n 1 la.T o: I t nit. II. A HX I v. lot k P. M..FHIHAY K It'lllJi . tvti nr.- 1im-:m-hv.iti'd lit (iimi"'Ii tliif "slni'Ii htijJd:it sand that tin cimraau'lie ! Am 1 uf thf r-tita'! niay rtioiire dnrin ttn if itiatnd r ol (be ti.- :1 yar i-ndinu -I'nii' :o. l.sT The frtml nvii-t !'- -O'-d M'Mty, t!i-jn. h'irp sand, and hdd'-rf nmr 'mimi a s imnl.'. antl trlT tij.'t if y iil yh:ti ,i;M fted Iiv h:0 no thod they w:!! de'.m-r -v li tl i l- w.-t-i n -it th, idaLes n-onired. en rar ontl'o .Afsic.tl riii'ro-td traU. or by bar-re oo thi- 'flund -li-n.. If lU-Mv'-rcd hy h.ir-e. bidders niu-t ftnf. rh'!!n.i ttiev ifl d: -!i-r.ii ihthtiwlof tv isla'i.i nr on the fioujh phort near tUe low r dam itht r above or b. low it. The PdCi-etful tddib r niti?t ntf r irtn t cntratt and ifive bond if r uiiin d Tht tiovernnnnt ic?er9 the rir.ht to r-ifcji any or all vroionli or pnrU iicrcof. Kmelop conlHinin ennvisalp hnild be marktd "Propo-nl-for yan-1," and adrirt ed io the underfilled. T. 0. BAYLOR. Colon"! of Oninanee, ommnjelinc. JOHN LOOK I"Te challenge the world to P? RANGES, flW'WlW) A Hi-lit exfir-unation will ,on- gHRf kfi&- vittcvuuofdte J; - .. .. i ' On nii m i I oh COOK STOVES I RADIANT HOME HARD COAL STOVES, AT- WILLARO Rock Island, I have jtiat mvived my first iiitttallmtnt of my Foreign importations of FINE WOOLENS, FALL AND WINTER WEAK, exti-ml :i cuiilial invitation to nij' j'atti ng for an inspection of tl eaine. Vfiy iimjrtt tvoik, Lowfst pticpg, and pifett lit glial a n teed. J. B. Z.IMM35K, No. 181H Second Avenue, Hock Inland. I!. Ami Si tl a't.-nticii paid !o fine cn-tt.ni Work T. NOFTSKElt. AJT OTJR produce their equal at any price. David Don, lfr'1? BAKER & CO.'S, Opposite HarjM Ions. Illinois. ROCK ISLAND HOUSE shok strop, (I'ndertlothiiv ;-to:f) .!()i!N O. FKEED, Proprietor. liipniihii; done in -ally mi prompt 1'. NEW These Ranges OVER ALL OllIiiRS, Seth'id Avenue, llv-.k I: !.:rd iff ' t ' 'I . ! i- ir '.if a "-i ' If $ 7 H i - u ti. i - I.J 'i i i r r i; r :f