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Rock Island Daily Argus.
PRICE FIVE CENTS I- " " ' t i ? ROCK ISLAND, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23. 1886, VOL. XXXV. NO. 5. Second Avenue corner of hteenth J K V 4SV I r -ap 4 -CN J "V -- i v ' toI'rt fr ininishing and Laying iV38 Water, Gas aud Sewer Pipe. 1712 Fikst Ave., Kock Island, Illinois. Tiile jhone 1 1,9. Ri (idence Telephone Deeke's Block, Moline.lll. Telephone 33 FALL -WS. WINTER '87. HOPPE, e TAILOR, (Successor to and late Cutler for I. Liberman.) 1803 Second Ave., Rock Island. FINE WOOLENS, CLOTHS, CASS1MERES, Worsteds, London Suiting and Trouserings. ftJ"Largest nl most complete stock at the Lowest Prices. Particular Attention given to Good Work. AND OTHKK HRST-l'LASS MACHINES. S. H. MOORE'S ewins Machine Room Taiid Ave., and Twentieth St., Rock Island, 111., and 326 Brady Street, l)avenport, Iowa. JjtlVrnis and prices defy competition. All kinds of Machines Repaired and Warranted. II-; nl !. 1I1 f-t ilMttn U of i i First-Class ti ' inn ' r i. v I v.Wf Sigh Big Glove. J. T.DIXON, MERCHANT TAILOR, And Dealei in Mens' Fine Woolens, 1706 Second avenue. HAWTHORNE'S OYSTER PARLOR, RESTAURANT AND BAKERY, 7 No. 1011 Second Avenue. WVpeelal attention p iiil.to furimliin.,. pnic, urniMetc. E. WILCOX, -DEALER IN- FLOTJE AND FEED, Cor. Fourth Ave., and Twenty-fourth St, Kroger'i Old Btead. Hitti Mw-ao! ai!iTtta fit tcD7 rn of tiufcur. We challenge comparison in our line of Hats and Men's Furnishing Goods generally DAVIS it CO., PLUMBERS AND Steam Fitters. A coibifete stock of Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing, Hose, Fire Brick, Stc. Sole ft ents for S n,.mc rom Pnmns. 'd cmiir ETPh I rTRRIPATORS - 5 u-.''i.'-itt.e . vvrr onv perfect, and nilMrna Clipa, twenty lift V iru-1, to responsible parties. M..l'.t. TTtj-atinn- Tlilwra anA rinntran. kit in stock. PATRONIZE W. P. Tind all's SALE AND FEED Livery Stable, 1613 and 1615 Third avaiiue, ROCK ISLAND, ILL. Turn-Outs. Gloves! Gloves! Fr all kind.s of tflovcH and MKtrns cali ant! inspect fi BENNETT'S STOCK .riFii ii iinriii 01 virn. nai la-urii to fit aud will nut rip; gloves for everybody, and no shoddy. fllnv:; ctil to oi'ltT ami repaired. GEO KG E BENNETT, No. 1C--5 Second avcrju, Kock blond. SRPRlCtS I SPECIAL I ! I FLAVORS I MOST PERFECT MADE rnrTwl wtthptrtct mrnrd to P?rM v.rnctti mnrt n.-aUhfiiln.'if . Hr. rt i'i ' P tVlTitr Powder -inlim nn Atnmoinn.l.imc.Altim or rbv jihatw. I'r. Prii-j-'t fcilracta, Vtiiiilln, U-mon. etc.. Hav.r dt-li.-lodalj. WCf WWAfC POWm tt CO. Ctticnjo Cflrf . IC 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 Ui.ni thirteen large absresses 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 rhyslcians, I was worse than ever. Finally, on the recommendation of W. J. Huntley, druggist. of Lockport. I was induced to try Hood's iSarsaparilla. And now, after having taken twelve bottles within the last twelve months, the scrofulous eruption have entirely erased, and the abscesses have all disappeared, except the unsightly sears, which are daily ttecommg 'smaller I v" decrees, and beautifully less.' 1 do not knuwvlut it may have done for others, but I do knew that in my ease. Hood s Sarsaparilla has proved an effective seeiltc indeed. As an evidence of my gratitude 1 send these facts unsolicited, and I am ready to verify the authenticity of tins cine, bv personal eorrespondenee with ;mv one who doubts it." Chaklks A. Kou kuts. Kasi WiImhi, N. Y. This statement is confirmed by W. J Hunt by, druggist, of Lockport. N. Y.. ho calls the I'ure a ftrcat victory for Hood's Sarsaparilla. Send for book giving statements oi many cures. Hood's Sarsaparilla Sold by all druccists. tl ; six for 15. Made only by C. 1. HOOK & CO., Lowi II, Mass. 100 'Doses One Dollar. c o 4-1 o to 13 c3 o CD a be o m H H c O CO (J OS OS- O s i-3 1 c o CQ O Bulbrd & Loosley, -GENERAL- Insurance Agents. The old Fire and Time-Tried companies Ku-lr-jDied LOSSES PROMPTLY PAN. alIB9nwunD Reliable ComeiTiy can afford Your I'atron ace if StlicMei? lf(Hll in A rune Block. AUCTION AND COMMISSION W. H. LTJNDY, AUCTIONEER WXl.L Attend, scales CITY OR COUNTRY, at moderate ch&ruct or Receive Consignments and Dinkr prompt return?. mnt Annuo BOCI 1BLAKT) tLL. FIRE, LTFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE. J, E. Loosley & Co., -li Kn KH M. - Insurance Agents rWLoi.H.'ipm!n J" ly adjusted an-l pnirt at tlti. at-.-ncv. (Suct'tiiwiii uf llafca & (Jleavt laud ) Ax.'nry ri.tnlili.hcd HW. Otllcc in Binuston n BliK k. Dr. B. G. MILLER Would respectfully mnvmncc to Ihe fiok HMd af llicted. far and iH-ar, thut he treats dinVitlt c.a-.e? of all kinds, -nte atnl rtinmic. (midwifery and nrtrcrexccp)f-d, Twe Iv yean practical ex perience. IMfl'-riii!: wth ail oilier in plan of treatment: makint! marvi-lun? eure( where olherc failed to give relief ; innkoH teciait.y of Rheumatism and Neuralgia, For which he hi? a swcial treatment and never fails to cure, Yon need snftVr no lousier, t'on saltation free. Oiuce hours 9 A. M., ti 6 P. Otllcc and residence N, Klht'-rnth street, hock 1land. Atdrc. letter box 1622 apbllMlwly Many a Lady is beautiful, all but her skin ; and nobody lias ever told her how easy it is to put beauty on the skin. Beauty on the skin is Magnolia Balm. MURDERED BY THE CZAR. COUNT REUTERN KILLED WHILE AD JUSTING HIS UNIFORM. The Ktuuisn Autocrat Kons Hini Through the Body with a Saber T lie Czar a Men tal and Physical Wreck Low of a Brit Ihr IHspatch Boat Flashes from the Cable. London, Ckit. -iS. Count Reutern, adju tant and aide in the royal palace at St Pe tersburg, wftH run through the body with i saber and killed by the czar Thursday. He was awaiting his master, and the room leing warm, had loosened his tunic. Surprised by the sudden and unexpected return of tbeccar he was hastening, in some confusion and em barrassment, to button his tunic to save the grave broach of discipline of appearing in disordered dress before the emperor,when the latter, supposing him to be searching for a weapon, drew his salier with fatal effect The erar was greatly affected when he dis covered th mistake lie hail made, and, fol lowing the first rumors that the czar had been killed or attacked, came that of hfc violent insanity. The hist mentioned report was rendered more plausible by the recently developed fact that the czar has been long a serious physical sufferer, coupled with the state of alarm and apprehension in which he is known to live of attai ks from Nihilists, who are feared to ex ist in every fresh arrival about the royal person. His physical ailments, about which he is very sensitive, were filft noticed five yearn ago, when he Imgnn to suffer from heart disease, epileptic attacks, and rheuma tism. The only physician who had the conr- ae to tell the truth was Professor Hoffmann. who thereuon was mad the vic tim of tbo turiiuis ra:r? of the cir. aul his not since been consulted. The iatient'f symptoms have gradually iuereuscd in sever ity, and he is now rttffei ing from a complicat ing affection of the luns. Statement f the Ininan Steamship Line. London. Oct. 2:1. The Iimuin Line Steam ship company whose shnithoMcrs recent h yeti to go into liquidation, Frii lay tsftihl n statement. Its tiatutitifs to -nmd creilitor? amount to t'174IO; to in-Mtri t'M.rtHV ITie Inst amount itM lud'-s 14!,;in0 in bills diM tradesmen. The steamers of the compm are valued ut tlH.siHt. The nn:4ectired ervd itors w ill mviv a little over H) shillings or the jound. The IMtputch Boat linoeu Wrec-keil. L"MWN, Oct, Z a. The British dispaU l Uwt Inioene his been wrecked at tiullirwjh during a tog. t-he was at the tune proceed ing from tonstantmople to Nalonica. fron wht'iuv she was to convey Sir William White, the newly nptointed British minister U Turkey, to Constantinople. The crew wert saved. The linngeue is an iron yacht of ' tons. Boycotting the British. LoNnox, Oct. 2 . Th? governor of Can dahnh has ordered that men-bants shall not supply the British garrison at (,mtta with com, cat tK. etc., and that native laborers shall not work in the Ih-ittsh camp. Tbi Iliil trilies hve refused to continue the pay nient of tnliute to the ameer. Chanjjp In a Brewing n rra, Dt'BLiN, 01. 2:2. The famous bn'nriiiji firm of Arthur (Juimittss' Son & Co., has been converted into a stock comny of limited liability. Th company will immediately is sue for public subscription stock representing 4.fiu,iM of its share capital and l,S00,Otn) in debenture notes. Made a Demand on Fngland. London. tct. 23. In weB informed dip lomatic circles in London it is believed that M. Wadtlington, the French ambassador tr the coml of St. James, has demanded of Eng land that a definite date be tixed for tht evacuation of Egypt. Kossla Will Not Occupy Bulgaria. Vienna, Oct. 2-J. It W asserted here that Russia has agreed not to occupy Bulgaria and that Autra and trcrmany have agreed to de ciare the new sobranje illegal, compel the regency to resign and force Bulgaria tc submit to Russia. I'atlurm for the Week. New York. Vt. Si. Inuring the past seven days p. failures were reported through out the l'uitd Stales aud Canada, as com pared with lTf last week and VM the week previous Ut tlie last Another Chicago Flection Jude Ar rest eI. Chicago, Oct. Juilge Prendergast Fri day morning ordered an attachment to lis sueti, returnable instanVr for the arrest ot John Mnll"n, elect iou jude of the First pre cinct of the Fitst ward, who was charged with having ben intoxicated while on duty. About sixty other of the alleged delinquent election judges were in ctmrt in response t citations issut Thm-sday, but they were al kmttl to i;c on complying with the Ium- in re turning the regi-itrntion books and undertak ing to attend stru-tly to their duties here after. " A Strike at ltacine, H Is. Racine, Wis., Oct 23. The entire ore of employe cf the Racine Wnpun and Car riage coiiipimy, over :m jiersous, struck rhurdiiy ii(n b-au- of the removal of John lie- k. assist ntit foreman of the shipping gang, and the sulsti(ution of Aucust Trueli in bis place. Both Beclt and Truell won KjiightH of Iilor. Tniell has been ex jelled Irm the or.Ur tor taking Leek's pla-.e. Th ccuii;mv savs it as iivut in a Iwter condt tion to stuinl a strike. uuJ that it will tight the men to lit end. I'imllrn Kaewt. Bai.timork, M l .o t 2.'. Races a Pirn Po Fmlijy n-Miltel: Ftrr.t r'ice. nnl N'lhe B. irt. iVnkc S'fond. Krmino third, iini", 1:17. .-i ..I rv. 1 mile; Kolwn hist, t 'nti'sby icidni second, linmova tinid. tim. 111 Tinnl rav. B'kn i i l- stake .' mi'e-?; oilv two hoi-a st'ir te I 1 he Rtrd nd IHm'-'w.ivt, Th-' BipI won m a-.tV Ko-.orh i.e-. 1 'i iit-l-s, tr hrtn te a) sw-nptik 's: FraMk Wa I H- - ikje ond, Hfl -iin i Toi'thin; tun, 2 11. The I. rtmwtve Knutneerm. Nrw York, M 2:1 - 1 lie Locomotive Kn gnu !' Frnlny in dobite at 1 V se-'ret meet ing Ht lyiir hall. Jkfversi iinport-int prop-tion wt-rt rad and thoroughly di cuswvl. On Monday the proposition to jnUt el. VKi iolicitw by the insurance depattmeut of the brntheru'tnd will Ite -onslereil and prololily pas-x. Other husim-s . of import ance will carry the M-sn-jn thnn'gliout thr week. Kheriihtn aud Hnren Banqnetted. Piiilaijki.phia, Oct. :.-After the ad Jouninipiit of the Loyal Legion, flen. Sheri dan and ex-Prident Hayes were tendered a bouquet at tlie headquarters of Mead poet. No. I, ii. A. R., after which lien. Sheridan left for Washington. Cnotrihntlfin fnr flood fcitflVrer. Galvestos, Oct. 23. President Cleveland has sent t Hi' to the sufferers at Sabine Paw, and C. P. HuntUigtoB has contributed tl.OX). Chp Hall Boxes. The finest mail and pajwr box ever in vented is for nale at the Argus office at tlie low price of f 1 each. The amne box Ih sold everywhere nt l 50 ('nil and ex ftniirte tliem Public HoUM. Aoyonv haviog business with the Argus office after 6 p. m. (in the event that the office id rinsed) will please call at Wil roam & Gait's news stand in the pxetofBc building, who are authorized to transact bufinB5 of aiert satr for tb AmV THC NEWS IN BRIEF. French imports for the last year decreased by 12.3J0,OUu and exports by 10,304,000. The loss of fishing vessels along the Wick low (Irish) coast by the rseeut storm aggre gated 1300,000. Twelve saloonkeepers, of Bhelbyville, His., have been indicted for selling liquors to ha bitual drunkards. Thursday at Philadelphia Gen. P. H. Sher idan was installed as commander-in-chief of the military order of the Loyal Legion. The licensed saloons of Chicago number 3,730, which Is more than at any time since the high-license law went into operation. The propeller Osceola caught Are Thursday at Pnluth, Minn., and had to be scuttled The loss on vessel and cargo is about 930,000. The governor of Aiisona recommends the parceling out of 2,500,000 acres of land in the Ban Carlos reservation among 3,500 Indiam who are nearly self-sustaining. The schedule filed by tba bankrupt house of A. R. Gage & Co., of Chicago, shows 11a bilities of $1,016,681. The awignee estimate the value of tlm assets at (615,5. The general council of the Lutbern church in North America, which commenced its ses sions in Chicago Thursday, elected llev. A. Bpaeth, of Philadelphia, president All the manufacturers of knit goods in th vicinity of Troy, N. Y. , have commenced s determined struggle with the Knights of Labor, and 25,000 employes are idle. The Yale Staple company's factory at Westville, Conn., was burned Thursday night, creating a loss of (90,000. It is doubt ful that the company will resume business. Beck man, an architect of Berlin, has con tracted with the Japanese government t erect at Tokio palaces in European style foi the imperial parliament, the ministry of Jus tice and the police bureau. ; While the inmates of th? Confederate Sol dtetVs home at Richmond, Va., were fil ing c salute Thursday evening in honor of Preai dent Cleveland, a gun exploded, fatally in juring one man and severely wounding an other. The pjstoftice inspectors engaged in investi gating the accounts of Col. Bolton, late su perintendent of second-class matter in th Chicago office, are prepared to prove the em bez.lement of f -n,2fil, but they estimate tht tottil deficit at $:v;,0i)i based on his averag peculations for three years. JAV GOULD IN MEMPHIS. His deception by the Citizens Ills Fa mous Telegram of 1879. Memphis, Oct. 23. Jay Oonld visited thii city Thursday. He appeared on 'change h the aftenu win. where he was formally intro duced by Jnde R. J. Morgan. Mr. Oouk. in reply stated his visit afforded great pleas ure in meeting so many of the leading citi mis of Memphis, and hoped the frienll spirit that had been shown him during hfa brief visit would be continued in the future as Memphis would soon be one of the termi nal points of his railroad system. President David P. Hadden, in response to calls, spoke of Mr. Gould's charity, which was extendec to Memphis during tlie yellow fever epkiemk of lHTi, when he sent that famous telegram which, in honor to the distinguished visitor, was emblazoned upon the blackboard of tb exchange, and which reads as follows: New York, Sept. 5, 1870 To W. J Smith. Actino President or the Uowarx Association, Memphis: I send you by tele frnph (.'j.Oint to aid the Howard "association am certain the e-enerous oeoule throutrhoul the country will contribute liberally to aic vour stricken city. At any rate keep on tu 1 tell you to stop. I will foot the bill. What are your daily expenses? Jay Gocld. President Hadden, in behalf of the city au thorities, also welcomed Mr. Gould to Mem phis. At the conclusion of his remarks s general introduction followed. Mr. Gould remained about a half an hour on the floor o! the exchange and returned to St. Lout at 5 p. m. on the hpecial train which broughl him here. Pennsylvania Railway Company. Philadelphia. Oct 2S. It has been shown that the Pennsylvania Railroad company ir PVi moved 420,000, 2tio tons of freight on mile, while the average rate charged pei mile was t-.titJ5 cents. In 1875 the compao; moved 1,1411,414,41 tons, and the average rate t ton was l.ur caits. In lsj then were o.olM,jii3 tons. moed, and the rat was ivduved to 0.0.7 cent per ton on al' fi-eigbt hauled. THE MARKETS. Chicago, Oct J. The quotation on the board of trade to-day were m follows: Wheat No. 2 October, opened ojc nominal, closed 73c nominal November, opened 73c. closed 74 V- De cember, loiiened bw, closed 76c bid. Con No 2 ctoher. opened 34c nominal, closed 344C nominal; November, openeil 3ic, dosed Deceniljer, ojtened iKt'c, closel Jbc )is-No. 2 IX'tober ojtcned 24fij nominal, closed ; November, oened closed 25V: Lleceniber, opened 3b-c, closed 26ic. Pork October, ojieneil (h.72Vy nominal closed November, opened S-S "5, closed js.H7W aricd; I'ecember. ojenbd $S.W, closed f s.STU. nominal. Lard October, opened 5.07! cloned S5.7.i uominaL Live Stock The Union Stock Yards report the following nuitre of prices: Hubs Market opened lairly active and tirin on packing and and shipping account, wit h light tirades firm and 5f higher; other prades STtlOc lower: light PJ fades. . ; ryi 4.1 rough packing, (it 403.75. heavy packing d shipping lots. f.'i 7ig,4.10 I'rtKlm-e: H'.itter Choice to an:y cream ery, 4r2n: per lb: snod dairy. ItiM'-jv; pack inx, tt(.H(. Ksrira-strictly fresh. ltjulTu pel doz Pouttr Chi- ken. "."tc per I'u: ducks. ( fr.'M: turk'M. KU,j,!tc; Kee"e. (7,tVf5.7.5U jter duz. P'datoes Krtrlv ritse; 40c per bu. on track Put banks, 4'l(a4x-. New York. Nkw York. Oct. !. Wheat-No. I red state. 7t$r; No. 2 do. H4W Ni'vetnher. K'(i ; do IVeember. MlSHc. Corn -No. 2 mixtM (Msh, 43 : do Novfndwr.4"V do I lecetiilHr. 4tV- Oats -No. I white Male 37-: No, 2 ri :it -. Ke Dull. Larley-Nmn-inally ine iutnued. I'-irk-Ihill: new nies. itO 'Uiilo.itl. Ldid - Oi iidter. (ii t: Noveml-er, t i '. - tmU r KUP. K99 M. Lout. St. Ijci, - t. 22. Wheat Strom:; No. 2 re.1 ash. 7j75c Noeml-r. V-; Decern her, 77 V; Mhv.'wv. Corn- Firm and hiiehen No. 2 mixed cash atrfiiW-V: Novemljer, SWhrfJ5(V; May. V Oats--Heady; No. 2 mixed cash, 2.tAc; No Vfinher. 2He hid; Uecemlier. S'Aftc; Mav. Wtyr. Rye Firm; 4V- Whisky- (1 VA. ' Poik Hiher, (H.-iT. lard -Steady; (H.tH.70. loledo, Toijsdo. Oi-t. 2J. Wheat Active and higher; tush. 7Hc; No vcmlter. 7V; Detemlicr, TViv; May. SH-c. Corn -VM. and Mely; cash and Vfoler, 87V May. 41V. Oat -Stead v; 'ash, 2a V Clover seed -Stead y and active: ra h, $4.i; January. f4.f. lctrott. DKTnniT, Oct. 22. Wheat- Stronir; No. 1 whfteensh. 7-: Michi (ran red cash. 77' sc. o. 2 red cash. 77V; No vember; 7c; liwemher 7tAf; Mav, W"-4c. Corn -No. 2.3HV- taNo. 2, 2Sc idd: No. 2 white ca,-h, M bid. Clover eeed-Casli. 4.: Detwrnher. HAK Milwauliee. Milwach.fr, Wis.. Oct. 22 Wheat - Firm; abb, 12fr': Novcmlwr, 72;: December, 74'ic. Corn- Firm; N'o. 2. M: Oats-Dull, No. 3, 24-Uc. Rye Nomiual. No I, W V. Hai ley - Lower; No. 2, floe. ROCK ISLAND. ou-2c U ay Ti mot lit 1 1 0 . 00. Hay Wild fcfc.iL Rye-4.so. Corn -Old 4V-; New 3Sc. Potaines 34lf . Obioni 4(r. iVu-lftofi ute : !.! S SO CordWiwwl ((.00. Rt raw - (6.0B. Offarauui islani Ploaie 0 rounds Churches and societies desiring special rates or transportatioo, should apply early to EH J. Fraaklnnd, P.O. drawer &t Hock blaadi IlLt or call at the m!o1. UNFAILING SPKCIHC for LIVH DISEASE. V I m r I UmO I month; tont'iie coated white or covered with a brown fr; pain in the hark, sides, or joints often nmisken fnr lihetuuatif-m : SOUr BtOmach: lossof appetite; sometimes ttaupea and water-hraph, or indigestion ; natulen cy and acid eructotions; bweh alternately cos tive and lax; headache : l"-1 f memory, with a painful (ieop'atmu of havinj f.-iiled to du something which onht to have b-!i done; de blUtVi lowspirits; a thick, y llow ppearHme of the skin and eyes: a dry eoiisrli; fever: rett lessDess: the urine is acanty and htili coloied, and, if allowed to stand, dc'ioists it sediment. SIMSS LIVER REGBLATOB. PURELY VEGETABLE, la penerally wed in the South to aroiir-e the Tor pid Miverto a healthy tien. It acts with extraordinary cuV;uy en the T IVER, - KIDNEYS and BOWELS, Aneffectual fpecifk for Malaria, Pyspvpsia. Conetipatiiiu, Iiiiliuiisniss. Rick Headache, Jauiuliir, Nausea. t'olio. Mental Depression, Bowel CVMiiphiintH, Endonipd by the nN'f 7 MILLIONS "f ti'it- BEST FAMILY MEDICINE for Children ami A-Iii neH !-. th- i!. ONLY GENUINE has our letter Z t?taiiiji in n-dmi fn-ni or i app r. J. H. ZE1LIN & CO., 8ole Proprietor., I'll 1 1. A I'U IA . !'A. PHll'E l i' LOANS On Pkomissi-kk Nutks. WANTEI-Noteof v. II r;if t hrio. men for one month to twelve in-nih- Ainomilf l.th to Jl.UUU.iKW. Ktriftlv oni!i.h ami an. I ;ifi'. Bondt given, setth-ment- n el- '..i. -i-n-.i tit wanted. Q W FOSTtK, Histiker. pfpft(io !'Mir":ul.ty. N. otk. WESTERN INVESTMENT ! Two-story brick buttnt-!-" horif-e. ironi - mo m iin ptreetg. C rowing County S-it. Kin 888. 5 OOO Hiilrttiiiii Mill sll hoiiw ire and lmplemeul hiihine-s Part ra-h. p.nt ttme. Et.ibliehed eijiht vems. Aumi.il halt: KIXTT THOUSAND tmiMk. Kansas hakdwisk. Box 554 bT. -lUSKI'll. Mv. MAlvllMNEY Fortnnee are yearly niaiie bv Huree ful cptra- tor in stocks, grain tind ol. These iutiu-uti- (ren'ienil) from jtti to SS.tHKI or more on each 5;Nt invepied. Keliable correiondentf wan;l.. .VMress for circnlais, WILLIAM K KK'HAKliS, Hanker arid Brokt-r, Jun-S-dw SB. 40 & linn.iw:iv. N w York. JOHN pS-b I COOK RADIANT HOME HARD COAL STOVES, -AT- WILLARD Rock Island, HIGHLY IMfDBTABT TO BEKTLEMEN. 1 have just iweived my 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 linest wolk, Lowest pi ices, and perfect tit guaranteed. J. B. ZIMMEE, No. 1810 Second Avenue. Kock Island, 111. tfSpraal attention paid to flue Custom T. NOFTSKER. This lias STOVES! BAKER & CO.'S, Opposite Harper Hotipb Illinois. FIRST-CLASS SHOE SHOP (Eighteenth Street under Hock If laud Nat. Bank. JOHN O. FREED, Proprietor. Work. Repairing done neatly and promptly. ts ai entirely New Pattern of oft Coal Stove. ITS SUCCESS gone far beyond our expectations. Over Seven Mri Have been put out this season, and it has been all tb Foundry could do to till orders. On exhibition and for sale by David Don, 1617 Second Atetmej Bvck island t . i f t PI i. i , it I , Mi ft t. "A