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Rock Island Daily Argus.
i: f H : KOCK ISLAND, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13. 1880, PRICE FIVE CENTS WL. XXXIV. NO. 300. Second Avenue corner of yL sss Eighteenth St.X jLT 1 1 s s w s s 'i: iih-ri a i--w f !i-ir - N iMy jjL v-J RjjairB V. Deere's Block, Moline.Hl. Telephone J?. FALL V,.- HOPPE, the TAILOR, (successor to and late Cutter for I. Hibernian.) 1803 Second Ave., Rock Island. FINE WOOLENS, CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, Worsteds, London Suiting and Trouserings. 0"Lrgest an'l most complete stock at the Lowest Prices. Particular Attention given to Good Work. AND OTHEK FIRST-CLAIMS MACHINES. S. H. MOORE'S ewing Machine Room Tjird Ave., and Twentieth St., Rock Island, Dl, and 32H Brady Stieef, Davenport, Iowa. f5f Terms and prices defy competition. All kinds of Machines Repaired and Warranted, Oil, Needles and supplies for all kinds of Machine k.' in vyX. First-Ol a $-s New Hardware Store, no. m second AVENUE, MOTT & L1DDERS, Proprietors. A general line of Hardware. A specialty of Shelf goods and Carpenter's mipplit-a. J. T. DIXON", MERCHANT TAILOR, And Dealei in Mens' Fine Woolens, 1706 Second avenue. HAWTHORNE'S OYSTER PARLOR, RESTAURANT AND BAKERY, 7 u .... , .... , No. 1611 Second Avenue. Special attention pul,to famishing p.cnics. p-,rti,Ytc E. WILCOX, DEALER IN " FLOUR AND FEED, We challenge y X comparison in our linn of Hats ami Men's Furnishing Goods generally DAVIS & CO., PLUMBERS AND Steam Fitters. A complete iock of Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing, Hos, Fire Brirk, Etc. -Sole ft enTa Tor- Deane Steam Pumps, SIGHT FEED LUBRICATORS, i - ir - f . v,Tf on- perfect, and vr:l send Cv.r. Heating Boilers, and Contrao- r,,r furnishing and Laying n...i c. ....... ii .1 ci.t-i, iiuil ornr. I lit. n2 First Ave., Rock Island, Illinois. Tle:.hone lt4. RfMence Telephone ll7 -WINTKR "87. PATRONIZE W P. Tindall's SALE AND FEED Livery Stable, 1 i 1 -f utii IBM Tliinl ..Vii.iic, ROCK ISLAND, ILL. T 1 1 rn-Outs. Tklkimione No. 114'2 A Great .Victory A Terrible Case of Scrofula Cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla In the winter of 1879 I was attacked with Scrofula in one of the most aggravating forms. At one time I had no less than thirteen large abscesses over and around my neck and throat, continually exuding an offensive mass of bloody matter disgusting to behold, and almost intolerable to endure. It is impossible to fully describe my sufferings, as the case was complicated with Chronic Catarrh. After three years of misery, having been treated by three physicians, I was worse than ever. Finally, on the recommendation of W. J. Huntley, drncgist.of Lockport. I was Induced to try Hood's Sarsaparilla. And now, after having taken twelve bottles, within the last twelve months, the scrofulous eruptions have rm.re.y reaseo. ana ine anscesses nave all disappeared, except the unsightly scars, which are d.nlv becoming 'smaller by decrees, and beautifully less.' 1 do not know what it may hive done for others, but I do know that in my rase, Hood's Sarsaparilla has rroved an effective specific indeed. As an evidence of mv eratituilft 1 send these farts tinsnlifitAri and I am ready to verily the authenticity of tins cure, bv personal correspondence with any one who doubts it." Chakles A. Bob- lktb, nasi Vinson, pi. . This statement is confirmed by V. J. Hunt- ley, druggist, of Lockport. N. V.. ho calls the -ure a great victory for Hood's Sarsaparilla. Send for bock giving statements of many cures. Hood's Sarsaparilla Sold by all druggists, si ; six for $s. Mado only by C. I. HOOD & CO., Lowell, Mass. IOO Doses One Dollar. c "u o 13 c3 o z o O O w !?3 o o H H D O CL, a O B w 0 W Ol. CO c o l - CQ 4-i U, o a FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE. J. E. Loosley & Co., FUNERAL Insurance Agents pLonpep promptly Edjnt-te il and paid at thin agency. (Succespoi of Hnyes & Ckavclami ) Ageiif y e-lsb!ifhed 18H8. Office in Benyston's Block. Buford & Loosley, GENERAL- Insurance Agents. The old Fire and Time-Tried companies Re presented LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID. at pan low an Itcliahle Compsnv can afford loar l aironat-e tt Solicited VOfPee in Areop Block. AUCTION AND COMMISSION W. H. LUNDY, AUCTIONEER Altenti scales 15 BTTHBB CITY OR COUNTRY, at moderate charges, or ReceiveConsignments and make prompt returns. econd Avenne HOCK ISLABD ILL LOANS Ox PROMI330KY' NOTES. WAITED Nntt-e of well rated bniness men for (,11c inon'.h to rwtlve mnii.hs. Anonnls gl.WW to ,(H.n). .Strictly conliJwitlal and wife. anted. 0 W FOSTEB. Banker pt p-h-iitn 40 BruadwHv. New York. WESTERN INVESTMENT ! Two -Pt'iTv brd k lin-incsn hnnm frontf two main mreu. Crowing County Soat. Kan eas. 5 OOO P"!"ilatKm Will ffll hnnUtiire .iinl impM'tttrni h'i.jrt?rin F'Hrt eah, pint linp ftmi'. !,;Htlli-'h''(t fiht vra'P. Annual tal-c SIXTY THOUBAHTV Re nnirk. KANSAS HARDWH8F. Box 5S4 ST. JOSKPH. MO. MAKE MONEY r-firt uni'f arr vMriy mmf bv "nrrfpufn opera- t.-rji i,. stocks, Kratn and ol. Thi-w iint-Alni. im fmpioidv ptv fiom $500 to JJ.fHUnr mnr4 on vnrh f;iK invoptni. KfliHblp cc trrci pond f lit- wanted. Addrrp- for circularf, WILLIAM K HH'HAKDS. Hanker anl Brokt'r, jun-3 dw 39, 40 & Broadway, Nvw York. S. T. W ATKINS. SaccePor to WaTKINS & HILL.) Dealer n Dry and Green Wood. Will also attend to Rani jug of all ainds Otncc at rani, comor of Wih t.mtt m. ikinii, avriiuc. Telephone No. l'7; ordcr mar he left at cither place. oct-is-dtf DFiFlirkQltHCAlr8I:Blln,,CUBE,lyoTie LHI RLwvwIm waa deaf iwentv-eithl eniv; troHed hy moft of the noted Hprclftlielp ol iliedity with no iK-neflt. Cm hiHwif in three monthci, and pince then hundreds of oihers hy same privept; a plain, simple and snmiPPtnl home trcitment: address T. tt. PAOR, 1J8 Kast Tth at.. New York City. mS3-dt-t-s-r.ro Many a Lady is beautiful, all but her skin ; and nobody has ever told her how easy it is to put beauty on theskin. Beauty on the Bkin is Magnolia Balm. A SHAKING REGION. STRANGE STORIES TOLD BY RES! DENTS OF NINETY-SIX, S. C. Earthquake Shocka Felt for the Laat Eighteen Mouths The Disturbances Ac companied by Loud Reports An In habitant Who Felt "Pretty Bad" The Noises Said To Be Volcanic. Charlfstos, 8. C, Oct 13. A local scientist known to be an accurate observer was recently'selected to investigate the story that earthijuake shocks bad been felt at Ninety-Six, a C., about ninety miles from the iTeorgta line and 100 from Charleston for eighteen months past, and were increasing in frequency and vigor. Hts report confirms if. uue influential farmer, J. McD. Kinard, uv- ing at the snt of the trouble, says he first beard the underground noise m January. 1885. It was then brief and dull, like the re port of a cannon fired several miles from the observer. All. others who were intur viewed gave the same account of the nnwes, but did nt not ire them until September of fast year. Mr. Kinard heard the noises frequently the first clay, out did not near them again for sev era! weeks. The longest period of rest be tween the sounds, all agree, was just lefore the Charleston earthquak The sound of that movement was not similar it was like the roaring of a train of cars and lasted longer than the others. The others were dull booms, withont repetitions. They all caused bouses to shake ond sahes to rattle. A party or railroad graders camped near Mr. Kinard f several months ago were badly frightened, For the two weeks before last week the noises were heard night and day, and few persons had a single night of sound rest. Ten reports were heard Sunday night of last week, two of them so heavy that Ir. T. 8. Blake, whose scientific attainments moke him a credible witness, says he t wice arose thinking a thunderstorm was passing, but the skv was clear. The reports hav been heaixl at intervals ever Fince. John " miamson savs one shock of that Sunday night made his house, a new one. tremble for half a minute. He had a peculiar em-ri ence the Monday evening following. He was pic king cotton and was on his knees when a shock came which jarred him in over and made him feel ' pretiy bad. The shocks come from the southeast, and eem to be almost vertical impulses. The dis tance aneeted is about ten miles suuare. cov eringTh.it is known as the "Cambriilge innas. ine sou is a tenacious red clay of great fertility. The country is traversed by two creeks hich unite in Cambridge creek. The surface is gently undulating except in the central portion, wrtere the force of the shock is the greatest. Here runs a high ridge, on acn siue ot which is a deep and dusty hoi low. Oscar Hamilton arrived from the shaken region Tuesday. He says the rumbling was more continuous Monday night than he ever knew it to be before, and the shocks were only surpassed hy those which were felt when ( haiieston was so badlv shaken. It was in that neighborhood, in a deep valley, that na Jovftey w alker used to bear the txra barding at Charleston during the war, and connt the reports. rr Lake insists that the noises are volcanic. The Free Delivery System. Washington City, Oct. 13. -The annual report of Mr. J. T. Bates, superintendent of the free delivery service, postofflce depart ment, shows that on June 30, ltsri, the end of the last fiscal year, there were lsi free de livery offices, an increase of three over the previous year. At these 181 offices 4,841 car ries were employed. Mail letters to the num ber of 510,310,3U5 were delivered during the year, an increase of 431ft,4ti3; mail vostal cards delivered 10!29,(W8; local tetters de- Uvered 17J.416,2f4; registered letters rfeliv. ered 3,407,140; loeal postal cards delivered M,aJ.W; newspapers, etc., delivered 300. I3S,StO; letters collected 531,g,03r; postal cams collected i.w.o ,'J.4; newspaiiers. etc. collected W,7!,liJ. The whole number of pieces handled was V30,5iH. an increase over the previous year of 11.65 ikt cent. The total cost ot the service w as 4,312,30o, an increase of 8. IS per cent. ; average cost cor piece c mms, a decrease of one tenth of a mili The amount of postage on local matter amounted to tK'fl), -'42. I he excess of post age on local mail matter over the cost of the service was ?I,5J,;Wt, or 17.03 ir cent His Wife Dues 'ot Ret-ognlJc Him. WilkesbaRRE. Pa.. Oct. 13. A half Enoch Anlen romance came to light in this place a day or two ago. Seventeen years ago Patrick McCoy, a miner In this county, deserted his yomig wife and went to California- He said he would return when he made his fortune. After being gone five years and not receiving any word from him his wife gave him up as dead. Recently McCoy returned with a few thousand dollars in his possession, and called on his wife. She failed to recognize him, said he was another man, and would not have anything to do with him. McCoy recalled the days of his boyhood and the date of marriage, but all to no avail. The wife says he is another man. When ho went west McCoy was very spare, low he wvijhs over pounds. Noue ot Lis friouda rucuguize him. He is heart broken over his vrifo's refusal to recognize him The Englhtu Cutter Wins. Marp.lkhcad, Mass.. Oct. T;. The thin! and last of the series of the r:icos between the American sloop Thetis and the Knghsh cut cer Stranger was sailei off Hallwav rock Monday, and the Stranger won. The wind was light and the sa smooth. Frotn 10 rclfick until nrmn Ihe wind did not blow over five miles an hour, and at no tiuif dunng the race did its velocity rearh eight mile-'. Itoth yachts crotsed ihe bte nt llrOfi The Thetis took the lead nlttr crxsing. but k'-i-t it only a few minutes, and not afterward did she come within spwking d:stane of the Stranger. The Knglishrran w on by eleven minutes in a sail of five hours. Ittg Kitilure In It r Hi more. Baltimokis. t.Vt. 13. The wholesale and importing hardware firm of .1. B. l ook & Co. has assigue i for the benefit of creditors. The assets arc abo-tt l(Hr,miO; liabilities a few thousand more. Thrt Scott Manufacturing company ami the Walker Horseshoa -om-nany, of which J. IV Cook, the senior mem ber of tlw firm, is president , are also in volved, and receivers are to be applied for. expensive lawsuit in the protection of iatenta and the depression in hardware since lwsj has causeil tlvi cnish. X ow by Fire In Cincinnati. Cincinnati, Oct. 13. Ixiss on E. R Long ad & Co.' phning-mill. destroyed bv fire Monday night, is estimated at (40,000, with jyioo msm ance. Jsaac Gravesra & Son's stone yard and office, and Slrootinan & Scbooin-iker's Im. factory were also injured to trw amount of nliout $0HH; fully in Hired. Dropped Dead While Dancing. PoRTLAim, Me., Oct. IS. Mm Adelhert Baker, airwl ;ir, dropped dend Monday even ing while daar injr at a ball bare. Bh was tormerly au actiesa with tlw Fanny W.nh company. Public Hotica. Adjoiio having business with the Akucp office after 6 p.m. (in the cvont that the office i closed) will please call at Wil mms & Gait's news stand in the postofflce building, who are authorized to transact business of every nature for the Anous. Cheap Kail Boxes. The finest mail and paper box ever in vented it for sale tt the Ahv office at th low price cf f 1 etch. The same bo Is sold eTsrvwlwn it 11.89. Cell laicitfeta THE NEWS IN BRIEF. Mcna are becoming numerous in Maine, as a result of well-en forctd game laws. The Beck & Marshall Carpet company of St Lcuis failed Monday for $70,000, the principal creditors being in Chicago and Cin cinnati. Oneoi the leading Paris newspapers, in oiscussmg the need of neutrality m tgvpt Monday, says that England's annexation of that country would amount to a casus beli. The eighteen window-glass factories in New York state and others factories in the northern district will resume operations at once, the wages question having been set tled. The visible supply of wheat and corn is, respet'tively, 2,V 87, 435 and 13,.j77,H4 bushels. Since last report wheat increased 1,.W7,0J bushels and corn has been augmented 152,012 bushels. Prairie fires in Mcintosh county, !akota. have destroyed Iwrns, houses, hay and grain, in some instances rendering families desti tute. The county is reported to be a black ened waste for miles m all directions. At Detroit Monday Judge Brown, of the Tnited States circuit court, decieded that the law against importing labor is constitutional. The offense was committed by one John Craig, who imported ship cartentei-s from Canada. West-bound freight traffic on the Pennsyl vania, Panhandle, Fort Wayne, and Balti more Sr Ohio roads has increased to Mich an extent that a blockade prevails at Pittsburg, w here all the yards are filled with loaded cars. George Swartz, aged 75, ofAmitv. Pa. wealthy live stock dealer, went out driving with two strangers who pretended to tie cat tie buyers. When some distance from town Swartz, at the muzzle of a cun, was com pelled to sign a check for ?"i,otK; on the Third National bank, of Wasdmiaton, Pa after which he was ejected from the buggv and compelled to walk home. Payment of the check was stopped. The Chinese Restriction Act. WAsniNGToN City, Oct. 13. The. collector of customs at San Francisco has complained to the treasury department of difficulties en countered by him in the enforcem-'nt of the Chinese restriction act. He says that he is unable to compel the departure of Chines persons who have arrived at San Francisr o in t rani-it from New York to Hong Kong and fears that thev prop w? to remain per mannntlv. He alo alleges that the courts vir tually nulify the restriction act by admitting Chinese arrivals on haheas corpus and re leasing them on bail. Jne acting secretary has replied that the questions raised are for the law officers of the government to decide, rather than the customs officials, and the fa should be submittel to the United States dis trict attorney at San Francisco. The River C.lvtng l'p the Dead. Cape Girardeau. Mo., Oct. 13 The bodies of the persons drowned in the La Mascotte disaster are now making tlHr an- pearane. Judge Hagers bolv was fouiw about three miles below where the explosion occurred, and hrought here Saturday nicht. Sunday night at dark the bodies of William O'Brien, first engineer, and two roustabouts were caught at Moeeasm Springs by Daniel elwter, of W lllanl s. Monday Mac Hugh the hero of the disaster, caught the body of Mi-s. heeler and one other that could not be identified. George Davidson, the carpen ter, died in the hospital on Saturday night The rest of the survivors are improving slowly. J. I. Case Makes a l'urchase. Louisville, Ky., Oct, 13. The Glen view Stud farm, one of the finest in the country, comprising nearly TOO acres, situated seven miles from Louisville, was purchased Tues day by J. I. Case, the well-known horseman of Racine, W is. The price paid was 91 16 pti acre. Mr. Case expects to run the place as a stock-iarai investment pureiv, an t did not pun -base any of the celebrated Nutwood stud, which was sold at the same time. Midgets Married. New York. Oct 13 Tuesday night at the Alexander musee Trineo Lulu, real name Fisher, twentv-seven mches in height and If years old was married to (Jen. Joseph Khine im- lr thirty-six mches hnrh and '21 ver nM The beidemaid was Miss Annie Bell, the fat lady who weighs 4io pounds. Secretary Manning's Intentions. New York. Oct. i:i A Wnliin.m cial sa-s: It is stated here on good authority that alter filing his annual treasury report oecreiary manning win retire trom the cab met permanently. THE MARKETS. CHICAGO. Ort l: On the board of trade t-day the Quotations were as ioiiows: tieat-o. 2 October opened TWc , closed TO-V: November. oiened . cisea . : PecenHn-r. oix-ned crw rionea ..w-'w. t orn o. 2 trlnlr opened rfc nominal, closed Swtie: Novem ber, opened 84-)ic. closet 34V; IVcemhar. opened closed aoffc'. Oats o. 2 Octo ber, opened Sic; dosed 'frue nominal: Nm-nm ber. opened 24V-. Howl U"6c: Denilwr otened -V. closed ffiSi-. I Virk-October opened f-W nominal, closed 99X0: November oiiened J., dosed y.i.is; Year, oiened fH-WV. losed fs.ftv Lard-lH:tober, oiHineil Live Slock Th" fol!owine were the onota. tions from the Union stn-k Yanln 'rwi-r Market active and tinn. alMiiit .ill snM- nriM niKiier: cov ouTcnrs Doiiirht lull the others bold to shhitfr: Ibrlit r.l. rugh packing. j-f.V4.i.; hcavj iuiimmk. t4.rf.rj. taiiie-Mrxmg for eood common dull; beeve. $;(.r-i(f-5.(t; bub hers l.l.f.MH; Mm kcis, $iLV.i,;l.r. Sb.-eii Gooii eirvinK. Oi4 l.; common dull. ?.mil.i. I nluee: (sutler t 'Imicf (., i.-im v creiim try. U'Jo , r lb; fn y d lirv. :r-r2h. r.i.-k inn, 'f!K . Knt- St. il trojh. tt-.r. ITr ier aoz. - i nit W-Uf. 74;c ivr !l ;dtlt k4, V ; tni keK. S. ; tr'iv. ii nCs.tm jr bu. I'o- la'oex r.ariy row; Vwi rr In nn track Nw Vnrh. Nr.w YnitK. (Vt. . heat-Ao. 1 red ntat;, HU; No. do. .'.. m nmif-r u- wwr. :vi .November, tsic Ie ember. ?4y . t ern Nil. 2 mixed cash. M; N.rmliT. tts-No. 1 whiU Male. 'Air: N.. t do. J-. Hye-Dull; nomi nal. Hnb'v Numiuallv nrn hanvwl. IVirlt-. IbiH; new mess, fHMifl0..i0. Idird -October. St, l.nuix. Si. Loris. Oct. 12. A heat -Stronger and He higher; No. J red raj!,. TirtT-'V; Novemlier, V-r; Htv rem Iter, T-Vic bid; May. Hlchi-1. Corn- Firm; No. 2 mixed cash. :fc7fi3V; November. 'SV4c; Ieieinber, XtV; May, Oata H is her; No. 'J mixed cash, 24 Ztc: Octo ber, X'.V; November, lo'ic hiil; Jiav, bH. Kye-4e hiciier. iiv. Whisky Krm; ?U3 Purk- Kasier. I.S7.l.:0.1jird -steady: '.. irviioit. Detroit. Oct. 12. W heat No. I white cash. T4 bid; cjwh Michifrsn nil. TVc bid; No. 2 red.YiVic bid 7.4e bn Nov, iiIht: 7-9ic bid lei-ember; s.Vi bid May. Corn -iTc Oals Nti. 2, f,; No. 2 lute. ;V;. Clover wst -4.Vi Novem ber. .'rllln-Rnttee. Mn.wACKrE. Wis.. Oct. 12. Wheat- Kit-in; rash. T'-; Vovrmber, Wtue Demhei. Tt: Corn -Stead.; . 2, Orla-Fiui r; No. 2.2:. Kve-Dnll; No 1 5b . bnrlry- HiKher; . 2, 62 jc. ROCK ISLAND. Hay T.m.rttit 10 00. Hay wild fH.w. Rye4-,r, Corn Old 4?h: ; New Sftc rotaioee 3ffifi4 1c . Oil km s 4ftr. r.l rt 10c : ti&jti ih .50 fVrdWooil-$4.00. btrtw-f5.09. Offemaa Island Picaia Oronndi Churches and anrfptipii Healeltia Mm ratci or trseflDorUtloDi hould aup! Brty io Sli 4 . FrBoMwd, P. 0. rlrawtf JVhen Sherman Was fieeond r.leutenant Gen. IV. T. Sherman recalls the time when a beautiful young city -bred lady" married a poor second lieutcuact, and followed him to the plains, where he lived in a dug-out. '-This little lady hat! her Saratoga trunk, which was tho chief article of her furniture, yet by moans of a rug on the ground floor, a few caudle boxes covered with rod cotton calico for scats, a table improvised out of a barrel head, and a fireplace and chimney excavated in the back wall or bank, she had transformed her 'hole in the ground' into a most attractivo home for her young warrior Irisband; and she entertained me with a supper consisting of the best of coffee, fried ham, cokes and jellies from the commissary, which made on my mind aa impression mxe hist tug than has anyone of the hnndrod-i of magnificent ban quets 1 have since attended in the palaces mid mansions of our ohii and fuirijn liiiKU, Exchange. Sprraliis nil Over the tooth. Ijod... !-t!i;it; U pcc;t.lmi; all over tlw Fouthcm stat1". Hi .l'n't be .il;o nicd. It is not u new di:r-' but milvaiM iiil Mntltif ckivcr.- Jiew VurU t;om"i'.iej;d Advcrtiircr, M . Cheviciil h is lived to ' in France four kiniis, two iui -tors and thjet if publics. MALARIA. "If M'(iilc i'diilil only know what a j 'It -in 1 i I niPilicine Simniniis IjiviT lirsmlator is tlierevdiilcl lif inaji y a 'liy sii'ian wi!lint a i,i(i-Mit ami man- ai' inU'i minaMi' 'lor tor bill eavt'il. I r(mi4T il infalliMe in malarial inlW tion. I lia'l t'lii iManv j i'ai:? been a "HitV'il pliysical wreck 1'ioni a itiMliiialiiii of coni)laints, all tho out growth il' nialaiia in my systHni, ami even iunbr tho skillful hand of lr. .1. P. .Tones, of thisuty. I Iialde piiaiivd of cv.'i- ln'iriir a well woman a;aiii. Simmons Siver Kegulaloi was iwnm mended to tin?. 1 tiii-d it; it hf'ljicil in;', ami it is the only thini'thal ffv did m; any s"d. 1 pcieM ifd in itsuw. and I am now in per fect health. 1 know the medicine cuie.J nw, aud 1 always keep it an a reliable 'standby' in my famil-." liesjieitfnilv. Mrs. Makv Hav, Camden, Ala. ONLY GENUINE has oar If tter Z in r '1 on fr-'iit of nrspftcr. J. H. ZEILIN & CO., SoleFrnprietnra, PIULADEl.l'HIA. PA. l'Hli'R H JOHN LOOK cr-' 'R t-';sr . I-We challenge the world to G COOK STOVES! RADIANT HOME HARD COAL STOVES. - AT - WILIARD Rock Island, I have just, received PJ3T first inatalliuent of my Foreign importations of FINE WOOLENS, FOE FALL AND WINTER WEAK, And extend a cordial invitation to my patrons for an inspection of tli e same. . Very finest w oik, Lowest pi ices, and perfect tit guaranteed. J. 13. ZIMMEE, No. 1810 Second Avenue, Kock Island, ID. tSpei trtl Mtvntinn mA to fine Custom Wnrk RAW T. NOETSKER. AT Ol Jl? produce their equal at any price David Don BAKER & CO.'S, Opposite Harper Housh. Illinois. L ROCK ISLAND HOUSE SHOE SHOP, rnder Clot him: Store) JOHN O. FKEEb, Proprietor. Kepai ring done neatly and promptly. NEW RANGER -THE- A slight examinutioii will con vince j-ou of the -OK- These Ranges OVEIt ALL OTHERS. J:.'. mmw III I i. (I V t . 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