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ock Island Daily Argus.
. - 1 ROCK ISLAND, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21. 18S6. PRICE FIVE CENTS VOL. XXXV. NP. 3. ENTHUSIASTIC SOLDIERS, I' STATE REUNION OF ILLINOIS VET ERANS AT QUINCY. R sum Second Avenue ; y corner of 4 Eighteenth St.J sJZjs comparison in our SV line Hats and Men's .'Furnishing Goods generally Mm Deerb's Block, Moline,lH. Telephone anvt FALL -80. WINTER 87. HOPPE, the TAILOR, (Successor to and late Cutter for I. I.iberman.) 1803 Second Ave, Rock Island. FINE WOOLENS, CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, Worsteds, London Suiting and Trouserings. eI.rpe5t unci most complete stor k t the Lowest Prices. Particular Attention given to Good Work. AND OTHKK FIKST-CXASS MACHINE. S. H. MOORE'S ewing Machine Room T.u d Ace., and Twi-utietli St., Rock Island, 111., and :Oi Brady Street, Davenport, Iowa. gf Terms and prices defy competition. All kinds of Machines Repaired and Warranted. Oil, !'Hm n n !i ! f' '! of M v;hitj k it in atocfe. gf Livery Stable, , V.v I I I l13 and 1613 Third avaiine, ,.' y i ' IROCK ISLAND, ILL. FirstJoiass Turn-Outs. New Hardware Store, NO. 1613 SECOND AVENUE, MOTT & LIDDERS, Proprietors. I"A general line of Hardware. A specialty of Shelf goods and Carpenter's supplies. Telephone No. 1142 J. T. DIXON, MERCHANT TAILOR, And Dealet in Mens' Fine Woolens, I 706 Second avenue. HAWTHORNE'S OYSTER PARLOR, RESTAURANT AND BAKERY, 7 . , .. ... No. 1G11 Second Avenue. WSiMClal attention paid.to furnishing picnics. p:irtics,-ctc E. WILCOX UEALEU IN ' FLOUR AND PEED, DAVIS & CO., PLUMBERS AND Steam Fitters. -A coiupk-te etocfc of- Pipe, Br.iss Goods, Packing, Hose, Fire Brick, Stc. jole a en tor Dcane Steam Pumps, SIGHT FEED LUBRICATORS, We jurir.intfc everv onf jHTfet't, and will mnd Cups, t't-uty da en irit-l, to rj:iHn:ibli: parties. Safety Heating Boilers, and Contrao tors for furnishing and Laying Water, Gas and Sewer Pipe. 1712 First Ate., Rock Island, Illinois. Telephone lUji. Htitdeoce Telephone I1? PATRONIZE W- P. Tindall's SALE AND FEED I SPECIAL ' mm NKniRM-FDUIT I FLAVORS I MOST PERFECT MADE Hfalthfnlm"4H IV. Pi R:itontrPtwtir eoritfliiM no AmnvmH.I.mtf.Aliim or rh.i.rit. Or. IVt's Eiiracts Vanilla. lnnni, vU-., flavor deli.-iouriy. PRICE BAKING fiOWDCR CO. Chierrao and St. LXlfo Rheumatism It is an established fact that Hood's Sar saparilla has proven an invaluable remedy in many severe cases of rheumatism, effect ing remarkable cures by its nwerful action in correcting the acidity of the blood, which is the cause ol the disease, and purifying and enriching the vital fluid. It ia certainly fair to assume that what Heed's Sarsaparilla lias done for others it will do for you. Therefore, 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. 1 could hardly walk, arid was confined to my bed a good deal of the time. Being rec ommended to try Hood's Sarsaparilla, I took four bottk-s and am perfectly well. I cheerfully recommt n-I llivxt's tsin-ap'trilla as one of the nest Mo.nl purifiers in tho world." W. F. Wood, Eloonmigton, lit. For Twenty Years I have been afflicted with rheumatism. Before I found do relief, but prow w ,rse. 1 then began taking Hood's Br.aparilla, and it did me more pood than all the other medicine I ever had."' H. T. Ualcom, Shirley. Mass. ' I suffered from what the doctors called muscular rheumatism. 1 took Hood's Sar saparilla and am entirely cured." J. V. A. PKOtTPFOOT, letter carrier, Chicago, III. We shall be glad to send, free of charce tii all who may desire, a book containing many additional statements of cures by Hood's Sarsaparilla Sold by all dnicrfst. ft ; f"r Mi do only by a 1. 1KHH & CO., Lowell. Mass- 100 Doses One Dollar. c3 o .2 G o 13 to ZD 7. o O a a O U H B U OS 0- O C o O Buford & Loosley, -(IKNBKAt.- Insurance Agents. ThiMild Ftrf aitd Timt Trivii compaiu-'B Ke presented LOSSES PROMPTLY PAUL lattiff t low ac nn Ui li.ii'le Cotup-itiy cmi ffrrd Ynnr FHtrorj nc i S'diciU'd I3P01Prc in Arcu Ulitrk. AUCTION AM) COMMISSION W. H. LUNDY, AUCTIONEER Attend Salen IK CITE KB CITY OR COUNTRY, at iDndersi'.t1 cnaruee, or ReceiveConsignments and cialte prnmpl rctumn. manii Atobs BOCK I81.ABU ILL. FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE. J. E. Loosley & Co., -GENBIlAI Insurance Agents l-,Lt:rici' pniraptly .rtjoted and paid at thip agt-ncv. (SiivuesBdi of Haves & G'leavelaud ) Am'ncy cntablialicd 18(i8. Office in Bftigston'n Block. Dr. B. G. MILLER Would rfliHtffuHr annniinre to i(ie firk and nf llictti. tur iiiii ifr. Hiat he trt( dititrnll of all khnh, amtc and chronic, tmulwifery and (turner KX(.eiti'dl. Tw ty yin pmcticat es !Tience, DitTerini: all olhvr in pl:in- of treatment : mukini; miirvt-Ioiini caret wu-rv urticr tailed to give relief; mukusa Hpecialiy uf Rqeumatism and Neitralcua, For which ho Inn a pceial trvatmnt ami m vi fail-t cure. Yon ueotl ciifll.T no lnn.ner. on imitation free. Office h'Vir- 9 a. 11 , w 6 r. m. Office and reiMrtenco No. Z'iS KUl.teetuh street, Kocb Icland. Addrofd letter hoi 1622. apM9-dwly 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 Opening Speeches of the Dedication of the Illinois Soldiers and Sailor Hoiu Brief Description off the Orounds A Ficturesque Spot Oullicy Smothered In Hunting. QficT, Ills.. Oct. 21 Fully S,KN1 people were present Tuemluy night at the formal ex ercises opening the state reunion of veteran soldier. K,0i)0 of whom are res;iertl at the hendquartrs of the encampment, and not lew than 15,0' til people were on the grounds. The occasion was the diication of the Il linois Soldiers and Sailors' home. None of the Imildmps are flnisheij, nr are any of thrn yet near rompt'inn. It will take pmliaMy a year yet, to rompletn them. The hembpiar ters building -i tin1 stone structure is wi!l forward, and several of the cottar's will soon be ready tn roof, but the preat ; bulk of tlie work is yet to lie doie. The site, it should 1m said, is ex'Ilnt in every resiteot. The protand is drained by picturesque nat ural, ravines, and a great deal of it is covered with trees. The residences ai:l ImiHinef. ill be on top f a hill over 1'Hl toot nUvthe "lisMssippi. Altogether, pmlably 1:0 mure beautiful or smlultie ti(wt lor an institution i the kind could lie f. ui:d in the state. Tlit exoit-iJoa weit; held iu tlieotx."i air in a natural hollow or amphetheatro near th center of the groujuis and about l.tKUt yards from the partially cunHtruetel buildings and the satiw distance f 10111 the encampment. 1 he grounds wiregayly decorate! with ored lanterns strung along the tr.'cs. and the centiaj tints and avenues were lirhi with elect rie fi:;hti. The cxen is s vc pr -ceded and follow elby an elaln;i ate displav of 1i reworks. Two or three bra.-.-, batid.s, sev er! drum eorps mid a larse glee elub hi lte 1 to untei-Laiu the crowds. Y. H. O dlins enllo.1 the nie-'ting to order at o'clu -k and introduced Mayor 1'aj khurst, of Quiii y . who made the a Uivns of welvune. Air. liu hai.l Yats, vm of tlie M ai ovemor, resi-'onded, lie siiid 1 hat he fully realiztd thrit he was there tor 'prs -nl a nume and wished K- could go ln-vond ttr- tii and have a bie-v-i-1 hiur of inteiv-ur; with the ticst owner it the nam , he l-mv and tell him he was still receginz-.tl bv the name dearer to hini than all others -the fdeicr's frientt."' As a r'in seiitatne of the yHii,' sldierhKd of Illinois be wantel to taiy that th y didu t pi-iHirii that thy uti ritiees of the pa-t should le forottn. Inn. li. SI. l'tvntiss. who was tbe next sieaker. was loudly ehftr'd. He said that for forty -on? yenrs this t'autiful city was his home, and it ma gint pleasure for him to be there. He brd Un-kerf forward to this meeting with intense nilrett. Twenty five years ago last spring the nation called fr defender.-: and how nobly they responded. The oi ler ones rei!!einleml the younger did not understand it. After sitonkm of the pro gress of tlv country since the surrender at AprKmunatox, be slid that they now re joiced in happy homes and that they lived to fulfil the promises made on the nation's sa cred honor to men who loft tli-lr wives, their fri'iids, their parents, their homes to go forth to battle that the men t-rbo didn't think as they did might live and enjoy liberty. Applause. He danii not tn"t him self to speak his sentiments. If he did some might be oflVndd. (A voi, 'Let her gop Xjoughter, and "Iet them have it!" He had b-en eoncealing thi fact that for the last twenty-four hours be was not exactly in his good humor. He looked at it differently a few years ago, tint now he would say, Cursed te the hand that pulled the fliig to half mast for tin? death of a traitor. Cheers and cries of "Hit htm again !" No, said the general, that was enough. Laughter. He begun to get in humor because that senti ment ws rheered. Scott Wike and William B. Cutlom also de livered brief, addresses. The formal proceed ings were followed by volunteer five-minute pe-cbes, songs, and instrumental music. Not until aft-r midnight was there anything approaching quiet in the vicinity of the en campment. The ?it y is full of vi terans and other vis itors. All the state oflvvrs aiv here together with a large nmnb-T of department com maii dors of tlv U. A. It., (Jen. Logan and wife and many other distinguished people. The town is almost smothered in bunting. The formal dedication of the bom took place AVVinesday. Ihiriug the morning there was a parade of the wildiery under command of tea. ?. S l'ost, diiarttnent (omnuuider, the length of march Iteingone mile. (iens. Logan and Fairchild and of her distinguiah-d guests reviewed the parade. At the conclusion of the parade thousands of people wended their way to the grounds of the home w Iktc the comni"iuor.ition ex en ises were to take place. tu. P. S. Post called the mating to order uiiil prayer was offered by th Rev. K. I). Wilkitis, department chaplain. ' 'America" was then sung by a chorus f bK) voices and an uddrcsb uion the institution and its advant ages wus ilelivL'icl by Govuiiior ftgiewby. Columbia" having been render -.1 by the chorus, sjieeches were made in the following oi-der: Gens. Fail-child. Logan, John C. Mlacb, Senator CuUom, Gens. M irtiu Ueein, VY. It. Anderson, en I Ja!iies S M:irtm, and the rendering of the uStar Hjiaugted ban ner" by the united bunds bringing the pro cuedmgstoa ctmcbi.-j.m. Ye-lne.-kjLiy night there was a grand i.luif lual-sd stieet parade, w ith Uiumiuatkm of thy city aui parks and a display of lirew;irUs. Urstrtietivu Ftres In Ua!uta. Ik:nskith. It. T., 0 -t. JL Tm days ago thepraine (ire bmi- fn:u all lvs'.rainl aul forced itfc nay baik into the mouiitms, where it bas laged ever ince, tl- sti oyiug nuMiy houses. tlion;iiids .f acn uf timber, and unmen- qnantihe of hay. Over ion square tni'es ol teriuory has Un burned tiver. It is-s'un ttjl thrtt tile hum wdl re.irh over l.o.hi-i by the de-tMi-Kon ef tuntr-r n'oiie. Many of the mountain t w i- nere only sine! by tlK' ci'L li.-. tu-UM : out e:i unisse and lighting the fbiiiv.-s. An luil;czRU-r l'lta-ls (iuilty. Boston. Oct M James A. L. VI hittk-r. tt'e l!otoj lawyer, who L uider indictment charged with ti'- emb wl-meut of 1ihi.i(ji' fnmi th" p'tale of Mu-s Hun i -t 1). Keid. his wile's aunt, pleaded jinilly Wetl lewbiy to the first k v.r iu the indi ime-ii which charge-th euiljeu-denicnt of fa.i.iiiJO. Th povcrnmerit accepted fh" plea 1 n one eoui't alone to avoid the expense of a trial. An Awful Kccord oi Ieati. - Gloucfhtkh, Wuh-.. ftct. 1. Since Sep-U'nil-er, InVi, twenty -hi x ve.-.uls l-elonging to tt"1 GI'-ui-csUt district fleet, aggngating l.Tdt.ctH' tcnti, vaiwd ut rfM-4,HHi and in uivtl for HlJMo-1. haeUvn lost. T lie liven of hl men have been 1-ist, leaving twenty two w idowa and fifty tutherlcis chddren. lioitln?; Water for nn i'vU-Hun Party. CoitK. t-t ai.A sher.fi's iosse eoin-pse-l if thirty constubles attempted to force a;i eviction at Cbmakilty, Count t ork, Tue. day, wlien thy were assailed by tlie iumatef from the upper windows of tht? hou- w ith boiling water, bncks, et-., and compeUed to retire without completing their work. Cbap Hall Boxes. The finest mail aod paper box ever in Tented is for sale at the Arous office Bt the low price of f 1 each. The name box Ih (wild everywhere at $1 50. Call and ex Htnine tlirm Fnbllc Hotic. Anyone having business with the Arous office after p. m. (in the event that the office Is rinsed) will please rail at Wll mans A GoU'fl ccwa 8tond f the poetnfflc THE NEWS IN BRIEF. Diphtheria is epidemic at Arrowsmith, Mel-an county, Ills. Tlw new Masonic temple at Cleveland, Ohio, which coat 70,00il, was dedicated Tues day. At a cost of $-30,000,000 the infantry of the French army will next spring be provided with now rifles. Secretary Manning represented the treas ury department at a cabinet meeting Tues day, for tho first time since May. Baremore & Co., hop dealers at 43 Broad way, New York, made an assignment Tues day, giving preferences for Jo.Vm) fitttf For the present year the Pennsylvania road will ship 10jX)O,OfMl, tons of coal over lta system, against 14,000,000 last year. Daniel W. Stout, who is ilaily le-i about the streets of Columbus, Ind., by a child, has been allowed f 10,436 back pension and $72 per month for the future. VV. M. H. Cobleigh, aged 73, a wealthy farmer living near East Saginaw-, Mich., was killed last Friday aftemooon by the wind blowing a heavy gate on him. Mary Haverkamp, wife of the proprietor of a shoe store at St. Louis, committed sui cide with a toy-pistol Tuesday morning. In a note she intimated that she had deceived her husband. The Copley swamp of 8,000 acres, situated near Akron, Ohio, is on fire, and already great tracts of forest and pasture land have b,cu burned over. Farmers are lighting the flames, w hich can not be quenched until heavy rain falls. Two hundred canes of wine and liquors, gloves, fans, and other dutiable goods have tteen seized from the United States war ships Saratoga and Portsmouth, just returned from a cruise and lying at Newport, It. I. It is intimUed that some of the officers en gaged in the wine trade iu a w bolesale man ner. TORTURED WITH FIRE. An Old Han and Ills Servant Ilorrlbly Tr-eated by Wanked Etesperadoes. Whkki.im;, W. Va., Oct 21. A fiendish outrage is reported from Mount lieasant, Ohio, the perpetrators being a gang of six masked men. The victims were John Par ker, an old fanner, reported to be wealthy, and his old domestic, who were the sole occu pants of the house. They had retired to their respective rooms and were asleep when the door was burst in, the aged couple dragged from their beds into the kitchen and ordered to repeal the hiding-place of a large sum which they U-lieved Parker had in the house as the proceeds of a sale of cattle he bad made on Saturday. Parker de clared there was no money of consequence in the house, but he was declared unanimously to lie a liar, and the mob at once act about torturing him and the woman with fire as a means of ascertaining tlie hiding-place of the cash. 1 he couple were bound to a bed, and for two hours every sj'cies of torture which ingenuity could devise was resorted to, Iiut all to no pnr.ose. a the old man could only repent that the money had Iteen sent away. Blazing paper, sticks, and mutches were ap plied to the naked flesh of the two until their Iwdies were covered with burns and the room was rilled with the odor. Th?y finally sacked the house and left the old couple bound ami suffering excruciating pain. In this plight the pair remained for twelve hours, and when rvlejwed Parker was apparently beyond hope, 1 lie Cask Wait Marked Poison. Saco. Me.. Oct. 21. Tli- family of Civil Engineer W infield S. Dennett, Tuesday, par- 00k of a very small glassful of cider each and were all taken sick. IVrspite the efforte of two physicians, Mr. Dennett's eon James, aged 10, died early Wednesday morning. Mrs. Dennett is also dangerously ill On the cask in which the cider was procured, was a card inscribed "poison." The cask was pur chased from a Hidgeport undertaker and originally contained embalming fluid. Mill Owner Knibrraed. Kostvn, Oct. J1. The D. R. Sparks Mill ing company has assign! to F. D. Hefner, of Liu hlield. Ills. Mr. Dorr, of Dorr, Alli son A" Co., who failed Tuesday, is vice presi dent of the company, and Mr. Allison is a director. They own the National mill of Alton, Ills., and elevators nt Carrollton. Medora, and Plainfleld, Ills., and their failure is due to last year's small wheat crop. Knitting-Mill Resume Work. Amstekoam. N. Y., Oct There is a gradual increase in the mm liter of employes of the knitting-mills of the city. Warner IteFon'st A Co. are resuming three sets com plete, an ! expect to have four in operation soon. The Greene Knitting comjiany have over !"0 hands at work and are filling up quite rapidly. THE MARKETS. Chicaoo, Oct, 19. Tb oik 'tnlinns on the board of trade to-day were as fellows: Wheat No. 12 October, opened tosed November, opened "3c, cl.-w-l Itecetntier, opened 7rVyc. cb'sed "4;-fac. t orn No U October, closed M4-; Novemlter, ciened e.VKjc, clowd asigc; DecenilH-r. elot--d ;tti'4c. Oats-No. S! October, closed i.'4'Ve; Novemher, opened -c. closed INn-k Odetter. eb-sed S.lij; Hoveniber. oiK'ned ( loHt-d f.M.7i-i; January opened a!id closed tf.tt Lard -October, i losed $o.tV. Live Stock The Cnion Stock Yards r-'port the following mncre of prices: Hop Market opened slow and dull, with prices VnaMc lower, and packers and shipjiers buying par ini!j; light i;rades. (.5aa,4.ii; rougli intcking. $.t lii r,4.ih heavy -.lacking and Khippinj lots, f4.CTii'4.40. t attle blow; pk- lower; beev, ;..fJle r,.m; buichers, H.Ttt..lO; rtockers, fcM-iT.il.iW. Sheep-Weak: Atc lower: common toehoi. e. $ '.J V.-y-; lambs, $a.73(u,4.?J. Pi-odm c: Kutter hoiee to fancy cream er ) WtSiK iter lb; gol dairy. lttiUe; pack- iiiK. Leiw -Strictly frenh. lH.l7c Tier nuz. r outiry-tL.liieKen'. per In; ducks:. ivitK.-; ttirkeyw. '(.; gee.-, '-OOji.tiu per doz. Po taties Karh rose; 40c iHr bu. on track; Berbanks. ... Krw York. Ni:w York. Ort. JO. Whettt-No. I red state, H: No 2 do, fHc; No. i re-i winter November, We; do Deeem ler. ?" hi l. (W11-No. S mixed cnnh. 4-V-tjc: do Nov. iii'.i-r.VV:: do Lhcmber. bid. Oats- No. I white state. 3V; No. do 37c live Dull uii'l urn-hanged, barley Nominal. Pevk-Hull, new iness, $U.rSlU.75. L:ird tk-tober, November. $5.97; Decemtier, S!.iiti. St. Louis St. Lori-s Ott. -U Whe;it tVca't an-1 lower; No. 2 red eah.74': November, 74fn-; De.emtH'i,ITfili C-t'V'; May. K'iW-bid. t urn Weak: No. r mixed ejv-h, I : Deeeinber. 'M'tv. May. XTtfr Oats Lasy; No. 2 mixed radi. -'V: Novem Iter, fc bid; Ma v. .Hr 'Ctn4r. Kye-Hes-lerted. Whisky- Firm: tf l.bk Pork -Kaay; IaiJ- -Weak; ttiw.-rtl. Detroit. Dfthoit. (Vt. Wheat -Kwder: No. 1 whitecah, 7ri asked: cash Michi-iiu ml. 7B'V No.Srci. 7rtV1'h: 774c a-ikt-d Novetnlier; !M4r askeit lleeemlrer; 'V May. Crtm-No. S. :wfa nominal. Oat - No. 2s'4e hid: No. 2 white, .)Ue nominal. Clover seed l'4oli, J4.40; Deeeintier, f4.5. Milwaukee. Milwavkrk, Wis., cct. ZK Wheat WHk; cash, 71: No vender, 7J'4e; December. 73 je. 'rn steal v; No. 2, "H'-i-. Oats-null; No. 5. iSVc. Ii ye -Sfad ; No I. Karley-Cns-Jltled; No 1. FAc. ROCK ISLAND. Date 28c Hjy Timottij H0 Oil. Uay-Wikl tH.m. Rye 4A-. rn -OW4.V: New c. Poutoes :iHlt4ti . Ouionn 4'k'. ikml-Sofi m : hmtl & M) CordWKMl-$4.UU. SI raw -f 5.09. Offermaa Iiland Ficmo Qrouds Chttrchci and societies desiring ipec!il Utn Pt trr.t38p?rtaU0tlf fb&tiM pr!t UNFAILING SPKliriO LIVEE DISEASE. OllnrlUfllWi month ; tongue coated white or covered with a hi own 1t; pain u the ttmk. eideo, or joints of tut mi.-taken for Iihcmnatisni ; BOUT Stomach; ',ap! of appetite; Poinetimes nausea and water-nrtttdi, or intbui'diuii ; HstHh-n ry and acid erurtotion; trnweln alternately cos tive and lax; headache- memory, with a painful seot-stien d liainir f.iileii to An fomethine hih oujzht to have been done; (fO bllitV lowspirile; a thick, yd low appearame of tlie ekln ami eyes: a dty t eiu'b; fever; reht lepftnesif ; the urine if wuty hid! tii;h colored, nnd. If allowed to ftaml. di'peipts a cc diment. SIMMONS LIVER REGEATQB. PURELY VEGETABLE, Is generally used in llic Seiih to 'iioue the Tur pid Sliver to a healthy lien. It act with extraordinary ellh u y ;n the T IVER, -L' KIDNEYS and BOWELS, A.'i effectual upecilU: fur Malaria, Dyspepsia, Constipation, Buliouni-s-. Sick Headache, Jaundice. Nausea, 'olic, Mental Depression, Dow-1 ( 'oiupiuiut'-, Endorsed by tin nee of 7 MILLIONS f h"i He-. it- He BEST FAMILY MEDICINE for Children ni-l A-htltM ' 1 -i ONLY GENUINE hap oar letter Z ttara;' in 1 - d to-te i v. r J. H. ZEIL1N & CO., Sole Proprietor, rlllb iM;( t HL. 1'lit ti i LOANS OX PROMlBJjtrKV 1S0TK.S. WANTK1 Nute of w.dl t.-l- i let-'ii- - ni fur tme ineiith t (! e month-. Am wet - f I.ihi 10 JUmtUMi. Mriitiy cMi Vmiil ioid ,f. Butnlc Uiveil. ttth :ii' .1. .l c.u. .,...-,,), ,,t witnted. G W VOSTKK. R.mker ep(Mi'n -."llic'lw.u. Ni vv 10 k. WESTERN INVESTMENT ! Two-fior. brii-.ti hn-hit -t heufc. 1'i.Mst- tn ini:i ctrecte. Crowing County Swt. Kan Has. 5 OOO P"l'e! o. en !if!t h.iiflH.ire ami imph m.'iii hn-ote 1 l'it cilt, p.m 1-Mit; time. Kt.t!'!f-hed cii-tii . ;oP Animal salt-a MXTY THOOSAfID l- -mm. KANPA9 HA RD aKS?. Box 5A4 ST. .'o.-Krll. MO. MAKE MONEY Fort mi.' are yearly made lv -ir-' f-ffj,1 opvrtt- tor in stocks, grain anrl ol. These iiivmtm.int-- tri ijiii-ni ly p.i fuen fruK'to $2.(1)11 or more on each f fnjr id. Heliahle correKi.iiideiit w:in:cd. Addnt--; for Circular, WILLI AM E KH ItAliDlS, I'Mtiker and Hroker, lonJ-dw ftt. 4o A I- HnKidway. New York. JOHN c Kjil; .Xf? 1 nis '8 au entirely New Pattern of 1 Soft Coal Stove. f ITS SUCCESS i. fas gone far beyond our expectations. $y COOK RADIANT HOME HARD COAL STOVES, AT WILIARD BAKER & CO.'S, Rock Island, I have just received niy first installment of my Foreign importations of FINE WOOLENS, FALL AND WINTER WEAK, Ami extend a cordial invitation to my patrons for an inspection of the same. Very finest work, Lowest prices, and perfect tit guaranteed. J. B. ZIMMER, No. 1810 Second Avenue. Rock Island, 111. tVSpccia! nt tent ion paid to tine fustnm T. NOFTSKEE. STOVES! Opposite Harppr Honse Illinois. L FJRST-CLASS SHOE SHOP E(.hleenth Street under Rock Ifltitd Kat. Bank. JOHN O. FREED, Proprietor. Work. Hcpalrlng dope neatly and promptly. flvp.r SRVfin HnflTM Ilaveleen put out this season, and it has been all the Foundry could do to fill orders., On exhibition and for sale by David Don, se4 JhM - . 1 I 1 is f r r.-l I