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fi 'I V-l ROCK ISLAND, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14, 18S6, PRICE FIVE CENTS VOL. XXXIV. NO. 301. t. Second Avenue corner of Eighteenth St i J Safety it AVj 2 tors r Deere's Block, Moline, 111. Telephone FALL Xf,.- 1 XX W line oi II FurnisMng WA-i I T .3 HOPPE, the TAILOR, (Successor to and late Cutter for I. I.ibernian,) 180 Second Ave., Rock Island. FINE WOOLENS, CLOTHS, CASS1MERES, Worsteds, London Suiting and Trouserings. fLtrgViit and most oinipleir etwk at I bo Lowest Prices. Particular Attention given to Good Work. AND OTHKK K1KST CLASS MACHINES. S. H. MOORE'S ewing Machine Room T ai:d Ave., and Twentieth St., Rock Island, HI , and 320 Brady Street, Davenport, Iowa. jgpTemis and prices defy competition. All kinds of Machines Rep lired and Warranted. Oil, Nee, lies and supplies for all kiaia of Mat-hint; kyyi ia st c't. First-Class New Hardware Store, SO. Ml 5EC0M) AVENUE. MOTT & UDDERS, Proprietors. tA general line of Hardware. A specialty of Shelf goods and Carpenters supplies. J. T. DIXON, MERCHANT TAILOR, And Dcalei in Mens' Fine Woolens, 1706 Second avenue. HAWTHORNE'S OYSTER PARLOR, RESTAURANT AND BAKERY, ' .... .... No. 1(511 Second Avenue. Hropecul ntWiitlon paid to famishing p.cnlo, partiM.-ete E. WILCOX FLOUR AND FEED, We challenge comparison i Hats and Woods general DAVIS & CO., PLUMBERS AND Steam Fitters, A complete stock of Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing, Hose, Fire Brick, Etc. Sole a ents for Deaiie Steam Pumps, MJHT FEED LUBRICATORS, HV iT-i ir intt1' every ptrf--ct. and will send Cnp!, tw - my - s" tri. J, VI rus(jon?ib!e p.irlie-. Heating Boilers, and Contrae for furnishing and Laving V..t,... l'o l 1712 First Ave., llock Island, Illinois. Telephone 1h, li, eutence Telephone -W INTER -S7. PATRONIZE W. P. Tin d all's SALE AND FEED 1113 BD1 1615 Thiid avsmie, ROCK ISLAND, ILL. T urn-Outs. Telephone No. 1142 fflEEH NATUBM-nfflfl FLAVORS MOST PERFECT MADE rrwwTPdwIfh strict rctmnS rrtPnrlt.stmiRlh nn1 Healthrnlne. IV. Pi-ltf's Itatnin; t cuntruiia n mTnini ..i'ne.tntit or Or. Pri.V Kxtnu-t, Vanilla, Ia-ih-mi, etc., flavor tfeticiyiifdy. WCF WWW? POWOTR CO. Chicago and St Lmtai Rheumatism It is an established fact that Hood's Sar saparill has proven an invaluable remedy in many severe cases 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 enrich in c the vital fluid. It is certainty fair to assume that what Hood's Parsaparilla has done for others it will do for you. Therefor1, If you suffer the pains and aches of rheumatism, give this potent remedy a fair triaL A Positive Cure. ' I was troubled very much with rheuma tism in my hips, ankles, and wrists. I could hardly walk, and was confined to my bed" a good deal of the time, lieirif? rec ommended to try Hood's Sarsaparilla, I took four bottles and am perfectly well. I cheerfully recommend Hood's 8ar?aparilli as one of the best blood purifiers in the world.' W. F. Wood, Bloom ington, 111. For Twenty Years 1 h;ive been afflicted with rheumatism. Before 1831 found no relief, but grew woue. I then 1xan taking Hood's 8a rs par ilia, and it did me more pod than all the other medicine 1 ever had.' H. T. Bawpx, Shirley. Mass. "I suffered from what the doctors called muscular rheumatism. I took Hood's Sar :iparilla and am entirely cured J. V. A. IRomroT, letter carrier, tTiicapo. 111. We sha'l be glad to send, free of charge to all who may desire, a booh containing many ad'!itin;il ptatementfl of enres t,y Hood's Sarsaparilla pld ty all lmccK1s. $l ; pix for fr.. M:'le only by C. I. HOOD ft 0., Lnwrll, M iss. IOO Doses Ono Dollar. C C - u o c o u. CQ 3 o a 8 V, o H H o o 75 m o o OS c 03 W o w J) FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE. J. E. Loosley & Co., Insurance Agents WLorn pntmptly ndjiiKtid and pnirt st thip a;-ncv. (SiioccssiH uf Hayes &. L'lraveland ) Office in BeDgstoifti Block. Buford & Loosley, Insurance Agents. The old Fire acd Timt-Tt i( d companies he pre-ented LOSSES PROMPTLY PAIR atee as low ae ao Reliable Contpnny cn nlfrd loir imronape ic roncii7 WTOfre n Antm Blora. AUCTION ANUtUMMISSION W. H. LTJNDY, AUCTIONEER Attenvl fSales XV IITHBB CITY OR COUNTRY, at moderate rnarcce, ot Receive Consignments and make prompt return, eond Awmmm ROCK IBLAWD ILL. & T. WATKINS, (Snccewor to ffATKINS A HILL,) Dealer In Dry a ud Green Wood. Will almi atteod to lianlit of all nni- OWce at vinla. corner of C7h Bitfpi on Mot' r avonn Telephone No. 1!I7; orders may 1h left nlelther plac;. oe.t--'.f Draryrcc- c auses cube, tv.,e tH nitftf who n deaf twentv-einlii yearn; treited by mot of the noted pecishtp of the day with no benefit. Currt timnHf in three month , and iince then hnudred of ot hers by janic pr(veif; a plain, ciraple and encreo-fnl home treatment; address T. S. i'AdR, VM Kset mth st.. New York titv. m-i8 clt-l-irj Many a Lady is beautiful, all but her skin ; and nobody has ever told her how easy it is to put beauty on the skin. Beauty on the skin is Magnolia Balm, Prices SPECIAL 1 TRACt5 I WILL BOYCOTT AKMOUR IF THE STOCK YARDS TROUBLE IS NOT SPEEDILY SETTLED. The Chicago Strikers M ill Agree to Noth ing but the Eight-Hour Rale Imported Men at Work EverythJnjc Oniet Grand Muster Workman Powderly Ke el tit etl at UUhmond Strtkins; Switch men Itrnkemen's Strike Settled. Chicago, Oct. 14. Mr. Barry, the Knight rf Labor delegate, who was sent here from Richmond to try and settle the Union stock yards troubles, spent the forenoon Wednes day in Pack ingtown interviewing the pack era To a reporter he said : The men hav their minds set on the eight hour rule and will agree to nothing else. we. made a proposition to the packers that they idopt the eight-hour rule and our men will agree to work all the overtime necessary. This wilt tw practically a recognition of the eight-hour question and will tw accepted by the men. i'he packers submitted a proosition that the men work and be paid by the hour. Hut this will not lie aovpted, ns the men are afraid the ystetn will work to thir disad vantage, and if the packers dewin to do so they can give them only an h"ur or two hou i-s w rk a d ay . 1 have pro posed a meeting with tho packers at thn board of trade, and should they nmpt the 5roptsition the matter will be setlleil mtnie liately. Should thy not meet me I will tke other means to effect a sett lei uctit, for this thing must lie fixed up quickly, as it ia all nonenHe for Armour to t-uppni that bis beef-butt -hers will work under the cimim tamfs by whHi they utt now surrtindtd. Is I thul that things are ns 1 sotiiftimea sus iect the an, and that the packers arts play ing a waiting game, 1 will tak' morw ener getic measures at once, and on my return fci KiebmontUhaU tell the knight- "there that Armour's beef is not as gooil as it u-k to l)e. and we w til sc how the opinions f .i,0tlu men throughcut the couuiry will eit'ect his trade. It w;is lenrned Wehi":slay m Tiring that in ?pite of tlw packers' stnU-iuents t the con trary they liave com bined agaiitst the eight hour movement and have given Itond-; ot M'.fOO each as a guaranty that tiny wiii stick to their ten-hour a ;rcein? ut. Aliont 6 o'clock Vednes4lay morning in I'olfrom Kansas t'y, Umaha and lil waukee were brought to Armour's picktng houe by the Fort Wayn rvd ami immo iiatcly went to work. This nukes nttonr 5ti tienwhoare ut work at Armours. Tb-y ire working bn hears and rceehiiig ten hour pay. A hiigenipnbw-of new men have taken the sti ik iV place-, at Fowler's and aiv working with clos -l dcHjri. ( apt. Foley and hr:nn Pinkerbm mt-n still occupy the AV;u.hngton liutcher's toons' warehouse. lhv have turned the place into a rvgul u baimck, and will cook their meals and sleep there. The v have alut portc m-u for Ann-tur in the bnMing un der guard. POWDERLY REIGNS SUPREME. The (.rami Master Workman Ke-KIected for Two Yea it More. Ihi !!Mmnd, Va., tct, 14 In the Knights if I!ilHr convention Tulay the time was CKx-upk-d in the consideration of the report the e-immmee appMntetl at Cleveland t revise the constitution of the order. Thi.1 paper, prinhtt and in the hands of each mom her of the convention, was rend seotiou bv 5e-tion. At the time of adjuruin'nt the ntrteth sec tion had Ieen n-achtd. A lively liwniHsion t k place over section which reads; "The ortlcers shall be elected for n Umi of three years, and the terms of tlio tnembers of the co-operative loard shall be s irrangeJ that two shall expire each year."1 This section was rejects!, not having the nec- ?swary two-tninis vole. Tlie earlv part of the session Wednesday was consumed in the adoption of amendments' bo the (xmstitntioti, and a great deal of work was aei-om pushed. Finally a motion pre vailed that the nil-s be suspended with a tiew or proceed mg with the election of offl ers. trrand Master orkman rowderly and !4nind Worthy F'nnmn Uriftittn were re- ?le.te-l without opposition, nnd the omven- nnn n.ioiirnci until afternoon. Among th amendments f. the constitution idoptd Vtcdnesdnv morninu; was one which x tends from one to two years the tenure of arrieers excepting those of the cooperative hnnnl, which will remain as thev are. Si Mr. rmvderlv w ill be the gnidini; stnr of tli KnigbtM of Ijatmr for at b ust another two yearn. A Pfer Famine Threatened. I)irmrr, Mich., Oct, Is. The lager-loving peopte. oi lu troit are itegminng to ask them selves what they w-jil do swii fur Iteer. The ock'ut of a'l the journ vnieu brewers prom ises to continue iml-'linitcty. The bosses ?laiin that ttvre exists between Ihe National Rrewpi-s' rssociation and tlie local associa tions an agreement that in case of boycott or lalwr troubles in any city no beer will be shipped to thnt city until the trouble is over, so that people, of that city must drink non onion bjvwed U er or go without. In thus ?ase they are not Table to get even non union brewed beer, for great difficulty is t-x-perieiRed in getting brewers. A beer fain :ue is threate-iied. r:tlcemen8 Strike Ended. Meadville. l'a., Oct. 14. The strike on the main line of the New York, I'ennsvl- vama & Ohio among the brakemen is over. At a meeting held here Tuesday night Wen eral Supi intendent Shaler wade a propor tion to grant the nun trip p,i s, pay for overtime, a (all boy, and an additional man to coal up at Jamestown. Tho men on the main line accepted the terms and will pj to work inmietliately. The sjime proposition will lie made to the strikers at the Cleveland end of tlie road, but it is not known if they will accept or not, as they origin il demanded til advance of cents a day in their pay. Swltrhmen on Strike. Minneapolis. tVt 14. The switchmen In all the railroad yards in this eity, except the Milwaukee, wtnt on a strike Wedncudnv morning. The trouble had been impending for flevera! days. The swithinen afced for arai8 in wages averaging 1U per month, which w as not granted. Tuesday night at a meeting of the tiwlb-hmen'sassotiatiou it was dwidtHl, though not unanimously, to strike. Wednesday morning committees went from yard to yard ordering the men out. A Mixed Vp Ticket. Detroit, Oct. 14 The IVmocraU of Wayne county met Tuesday and noniinntil a. full county ticket. Ttw county (reenliack m also met, and it wat. announced that they would fuse, but such was uot the case. A most exciting meeting was held, and many left in disgust. After a lively fight a full ticket was put in the field, which in-loi sed some Republicflas,some femocrats, and nom inated mme treenba-kers. Tlten, to cap the climax of nnexje"Uvl action, the Grwnback ?rs proceeded to indorse the nomination of Henry A. Robinsim, tho lie publican nom inee ier congress. Sraall-rox In Canada, foROvro, Can., Oct 14.SmaU-oox has ppearoi at Tronton, on the railway between hre and Montreal There is a panic there, Wid grMt connrrialen la felt here otoi- the naiicr. ROCK ISLAND. Bay Ti moth vlfl (H. torn -oldttr: New 3Sc. rotautee :yfcL4k. Oi lions 40r. OmI Soft lfle : hn.d MM ('orl W(mk)-H.. Straw -irv.tn. Ofihmaa Island Picnic Qrovnai Chnri:hps nnd eodrlfcB desfrtti! sptclnl ratea or tranapnrtaUnn, rhmibl ntiM THF LATE CHIEF JUSTICE CHASE. Removal of HI Remains from Wathfng. ton to Cincinnati. Wastukoton Citt, Oct 14. The remains f the to Chief Justice Chase were escorted from the chapel at Oak Hill cemetery to the Ba!tim(i;e & Ohio railway depot Wednesday afternoon by a pro cession composed of the justices of the suttreine court of the United States Mers. Butter worth, Little and Outhwaite of the Ohio congressional del-nation; Mrs. Kate Chase and family; Attorney General Karland: Lieut. 4en. Sheri dan; W. W. Cor coran, Whitelaw Rel, delegations G!!i. PHIL bh 7 rid AH. of the liar associa tion; the Ohio association, and prombient wlortxl citizens. The train tonsisted of the car containing the casket and pall bearers; President t Barrett's ear for Mrs. Chase ami family, and two parlor cars for representa tives of tlvs supreme court the Ohio axin tion, tihio congivssional delegation, Wash ington Bar association, etc. The train is due in Cincinnati at 7 a. m. Thm-sday, and will be met by a committee who will take ' barge of and escort the remains to Spring t o-ove tviuetery, where the funend evrcises will Ik held at II a. m, Kx-t lovernor Ibwidly and Justice ' Matthews will deliver addre&ws after the interment. THE COLOR LINE IN TEXAS. A Negro !.ucliel fr Wanting to Marry a White ;lrt. San Antonio, Tex.. Oct. 14. A note from Somerset, AtaM-ora cinty, thirty miles from San Antonii, gives the meager acomutt of the lynching of a negro named Alick. Almt a mouth ago he endeavored to marry a white gij'l. Her consent was obtained and lie would have suee-jeded but for his untimely :u rest. He was ctudined tor some days, and the pvnple, in discussing the matter, grew hotter and hotter, thi Sunday night a party ot n:xA.-l men Mob Alick fiom jail and hanged him. and the juiy i-etunied a verdict of death at thy hands of unknown parties. A Parrot and Monkey Time. Ivkton. Oct. 14 The first lt-pnblican rally -f the campaign was hld heiv Tuesday night, (iovernor Robinson pivsided. S-na-tor awes mad'- a long snetli on the tnritF. During tho address the immense audience hiccoughed, hissed, rang ch'-stnufc Itells, cheered lor John 1. Ljng, Mr. Dawes' rival in the race for the senntorshfp, calletl for Tom Retil of Maine, and gave other expres sions of disfavor. Two or three time Gov ernor Robinson was oblige! to ask the audi ence to allow him to preside and not attempt to tak th" luf'tmt out. of bin hands. The affair shows the sat of feeling in thi part of the st.tte n the senatorial question. MetlK-Ht Men Elect OfHcem. 1 ITT -Hi no, tct. 14 At the i-losing session of the American Academy of Medicine Wed wsday ihe following olli-vrsforthe tvmiing year were mianiuiouv elected: President, Dr. L. P. budi. Wilmington, 1 ;d. ; vice pres idents. Dr. R. Ijowry KihheH, Carlisle, Pa. ; Dr. Samuel J. Jones, Chicago; Dr. Fhineas S. Connoi, Cincinnati, nnd Dr. V. P. Gib ney. w York; secretory and treasurer, lh R. S. Dunglison, Philadelphia: assistant sc retarv. Dr. "harles Mclntyre, Jr.. Kaston. Pn. Nunrerouw interesting priers were read and discussed. Washington, D. C, wag se lected as the place for the next annual meet- Li he rty or teitlh. Fkkmont. Ohio, vt. 14 A Iturglar named M -Kiver. while in custoly of Marshal Ifunsiger Tut-s-lay. made a frightful leap from a passenger train running forty miles au hour M' Kiver had leeii anested Tues day at Toledo, and was I icing brnight to Fremont to await trial. He told the officer he wanted to pn to the water-closet and .tumped fnMii the window. He diet! while K ing cnveyei to the bo.spiftil. An lnlinnnu Fat tit r. Srvm sKV, Ohw, Oct., M. Sophia Fite, a-rci -jo. msMing at fffoomingville. this ? Mintv, gave birth to an illegitimate child lad Tuesday and on the following Thursday the child was found 'lend in lied, evidentlv h-ivinc tv-n smotherel. The coi-oner Tues day i-end' re.1 a verdict that the mother had muvdereiM he child, and she wa brought h-Teand plaee.1 in jail. Sh says her father is the lather of the child. THE MARKETS. I H!l AOO, Oct. 13. On the b -nrti of trade to-dny the quotation' were as follows: VYluwt No. ! ttetoher npcn-.l rt- il closfd ,1V-; November, opmed tW. c insist jrtc; j leceinlier. opened 74tic, closed ;;kc. 'orn-No. Octnher, oened 34nc, closed S4V;I Kovciul er. onenetl X-c, chised :J-V: lViemlier. eloMil ;i7c. Oats o. LV tu!:er, tins d NuvtmlH-r, oiened I'Hv, clu-ed Pork ("Stober. ihmed fn.Hi; Noceml'LT. otH'iied closed J;i 10- .lamiary, mieiied gl0n"i. clrsed fW.iT Ijird 1'i-loner. i Ioeil S.j.iKVn NcvemticT .ti and thiscd K.ls. l.ivu suk-k Ihe following were the qnota- uimn nuni iije i nmn Mm k arils to-day; Ibvs Market of ened firm and iticcs a sliaie hither, but later declined .V: liulit trrMl.A f.t.7."i!,'4.t."(; i-oiuh packing, $J.7n.M.l. Iicjivj pneking and sliipl'iiiii hits, 4.U 4.,Tt. faille i'ov; conon m. Iwuvr; he'cei, .!.f(;iid'c buti-hers, rti.-2.!. sheep -Dull, and S.V ( red nee: Kntfer -1 'hoie t fancy rream cry, 2vi.".7c iht lh; fancy dairv, :0 -yU-; pmrk ins. o "A-. Ku-ls - Miktlv fresh. Ili.ilTeiier doz. I'oultiy t in-kens. T i .V' lw r lh; du- k-. c: tUlke.-. reese, i-S.Ull H T dn.. IV' t.-Otfv- 1'iiily ruse; '(ff i-er bn mi tiackr lbo(.:iiif,K. Vi.?. jtcw York. NfW YoKK. Oct. Wheat No. 1 rM tat . fic: No. i do. S4o. No. S red winter Nnvemlw. 4,': I hi cmW W- January. H7-hc. Corn-No. 2 mixed ensh, 4i-; NovemU'r. 4.V5. ; l).cember. 4iwaf: .biuuary. 47c. i'a!s-Ni I white state, 37c; No. -J. do. ,l'4c. Kvu 'Mill: uiif haiiwd I:m-I.- -Il;ilf. Peik (Jni'.'t; new mess. Sntffl 1".;.. Lard- Jtt.ll, Smwulier; ie. Jan- uai y. Toledo. Tni.rno. Oct. IX Wheat Steady and qnie; ah. Wsc: No- niler, 77-V-: December, f-c: Jim nary, !'; May, KV-yc. Corn Firm, dull: cash and tMober. itSc; May, 41c. Oats--jiiict; cash. . t lover Seed- stcadv, cash. J4.45; No- veinbtir, 4 r"i; December, i4.-i Milwaukee. VlIW i'KI K. WK.Ot. It. Wheat-Firm; cash. : o-etnljT. i !;: December, la-V. Corn iiuli; No. :Wlc. Oals-,Hiiet; N.i. S. Vyc. i;t Dull; No. L blc, h.iilcy - Irretiniar; No. . .";'-.. St. Imiis, tvt. Whrut -Kxe-te-t R'ld sironii, nnd I'virt-Pic higher; N . i n-d - 1. ''&'; Nov 'idler. 4wt;4V: Ihvemler, T"1. bid: Mav. hid. Com -Strong and higher; No 2 mixed ca'-h. Xifc; JioceiclHT, (f4c: ie- cemler, ;il'ft-ta4-; May, ,;;-Se. Hii;her; No. tuised cash, -Vy-: No ear lier, Itn-; iMem'icr, i.id; Ia :5(-i-4r. Hye-Iligle r; 4v Wliisky-.-u-adj ; Pork-Steady; MUXtUO, La til - Stronir. Pnblle notice. Anyone having business with the Annua orlne after 6 p. m. (in tho event that the offl'i; in rinsed) will please call at Wil mam & Ualt s news eland m the posUiffli bnihlintr. who are authorized to transact busincM of ever? nature for the Aksub. Cheap Matl Boim. The fltr?t mall and paper box ever In vented Is for sale at tho Anoci office at !bt (rrw price t?f Si coch. The lam box MALARIA. "If people could only know what a splendid medicine Simmons Liver Regulator is there.would he many a phy sician without a patient and many an interminable dor tor bill saved. 1 consider it infallible in malarial infec tion. 1 had for many years been a perfect physical wreck from a combination of eomplaints, all the out growth of malaria in my system, and even under the Bkilirul hand of Dr. .1. P. Jones, of this city, 1 had de spaired of everbeiun a well woman again. Simmons Siver Regulator was recom mended to me. I tried it; it helped me, and it is the oidy thing that ever did me any good. I persevered in its n?e, and J am now in per fect health. I know the medicine cured me, and 1 always Keep it, as a reliable 'standby' in my family." lies lei ltuih . Mis. M Kw. Olllden, A'ff . ONLY Cfc.UINE taaso'ir Inter Z imp m n -I . it U-n' -;f yv-i. 3. H. ZKIL1N & CO.. Solcl'fiiriil.'u. I'llll. VIIKI.I'IIM. !'.. LOANS O.V I'litiMISStfKV MtTlis. WANTED-Wr.- ..( wttn... tei--.t.--- n'-n for one month to tv h' t 1 1 : 1 1 '-io'in' - 51.'"' to H.'.o-M. Sit-.. t i 'ui' l'-nild i. t "h il--. Bond - '.'ivf'l, svfH'-tis "Ut re t.l i'-mk -p'trjiltiit- wmit. d. U W VilMMi, hunter. (vti-tjin !H r.";i'lu, "i.w otk. WESTERN INVESTMENT ! Tw'i-fttijrv hiii k Itn -t'f h-is-.-. ti-iiii lno m-nn tr-ftn. Crowiim Connlv Sont. Kan Han. 5 OOO I"M"lni.t UmI'II Icirdwnre rtUd linpli Hi. ut h..-..,--;. Tiot ci It. lent I"IIC tltlV. K'-':dlli-lli ! . l-lll V. Il- VlMlt'Hl Nllel' SIXTY THOUSnND I- -po- u KANSAS 14.1UIIWAKR. Box M4 SV. .vi il-:t-. MO. MAKE MONEY Fortune? are yesrlv eed' liv sncrcspftil oper;i-. ,orm Block b, grain hmH oI. Thec iincwlin.nn- tn ii.-n'l i ftom t'jtmto $4.111) or mdre on em li .;l mvf Kel-nhle eorrcftHiml.-iit- wnno d ddr.-jf for circularf. Wild J M K l.l MAKDS, Hunker ;ind BrnUer, nn-'Mw :4. 40 U llroa-lwsv. New Yetk. JOHN LOOK J"We challenge the world to Ti '!K-''7iSl' PIV 1 Alight examination wi. ,n- lrffrflC W-' vi,,,,. yea of the c COOK RADIANT HOME HARD COAL STOVES, - WILLARD Rock Islam!. I havi? just received ray lii st installiuent of my Foreign importations of FINE WOOLENS, FOR VALh AND WINTER WEAK. And extend a cordial invitation to my patrons for an inspection of th- same. Very finest work, Lowest piices, and perfect lit guaranteed. J. 13. ZIMMER, No. 1810 Second Avenue, liock Island, 111. roROCK ISLAND HOUSE 6? W3 "Stci lat at tent ton taid to fine riietim Work T. NOFTSKER. A.T OUR produce their equal at any pric BAVib Bon, STOVES! AT BAKER & CO.'S, Opposite Harper Hons. Illiiois. UMI mn PL , . trndert'lolhine Store I .lOilN O. FREED, Proprietor. . Kcjuiirini; done neatly and pruraplly. NEW RANGED These Rang es OVER ALL OTHERS, f -I i - t : I: I b f a S'1 i1 J r r. i) 1 m14 cvntf t? km 11.(9, t'H and ot 1, 11? &twh$ Ats?, W.rf