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Rock Island Daily Argus.
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VOL. XXXV. NO. 7.
ROCK ISLAND, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26. 18SG
PRICE FIVE CENTS
Second Avenue
corner c
Eighteenth
A
We challenge
comparison in onr
line of Hats and Men's
Furnishing Goods generally
DAVIS & CO.,
PLUMBERS
AND
Steam Fitters.
A complete etock of
Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing,
liose. Fire Brick, Stc.
Dkeke's Block,
Moliue.lll.
TeleDbnne dra.
Sole a tuts for
Deane Steam Pumps,
SKJHT FEED LUBRICATORS,
"... V.3Sj
o il Wc ;;;i:iMn'e- WfTv on.- pt-rft-et, antl will send Cups,
.--.. tnty da f' irifi, to rt:ponil'le parties.
Safety Heating Boilers, and Contrac
tors Tor furnishing and Laying
Water, Gas and Sewer Pipe.
1712 First Ave.,
Rock Island, Illinois.
Telephone 1148. Rialdence Telephone lotn
FALL '80. WINTER "87.
HOPPE, the TAILOR,
(omressor to and late ('utter for I. I.iberman.)
1803 Second Ave, Rock Island.
FINE WOOLENS,
CLOTHS, CASS1MERES,
Worsteds, London Suiting and Trouserings.
fjrl.irgi.-3t Bml inost complete stock at the Lowest Trices.
Particular Attention given to Good Work.
AND OTHKU FlKST-t'LASS MACHINES.
S. H. MOORE'S
ewing Machine Room
I'.iivd Ave., and Twentieth St., Rock Island, 111., and 32H
Brady Srreet, Davenport, Iowa.
5Terni and prices defy competition.
All kinds ol Machines Repaired and Warranted.
Oil, S li- ill i tit -' .1" km U of M i :lunt. kerrt in stork.
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PATRONIZE ,
W. P. Tindall's
SALE AND FEED
'YY
1013 and 1615 Third avumic,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
First-Glass Tarn-Outs.
Gloves! Gloves!
A gfe I srcc,AL
NATunmnain
FLAVORS
MOST PERFECT MADE
Pwpsivfl Hth sit-M reri trnrUv."tT,nirth iiwi
Hi-nlHiffilni'-- I'r ri-tit-M' -ken- P"v.1et- intuitu
n. mrn.nn.l.mi.-.Ahim it Hi-vplm!". Dr. Pri. -s
Esiliuts VatiiUa. U imm, ete.. fl:iv,r dellritmsly.
PRICE BAKING FOWOFR CO. CVcwjo and St. Louis.
Three Peculiarities
Hood's SamparUht. the preat Mood purifier
and regulating medicine. i. diar.icterizeU by
three peculiarities, namely :
1st
2d
3d
The combination of he various
Tcmedi.il agents used.
Tin1 proportion in which llie roots,
lrerl-s. barks, etc., arc mixed.
The process by whkh the active
b !iK'li' i!tal properties are seemed.
The result is a I'-edieiiie of uitu.-u.il strength
and curative power, which eflect.s cures lierc
tofore iinctp illed. These pcruli.n Hies helong
exclusively to Hood's S:trs;'panlla, and are
Unknown to Others
Hood' SanrartU l im-iwied with the
frreali st skill ami iv.re, ty pliarmacisis of
edui ation ami low; t-.-erit m e. H. nie it is a
nn'iluini- worthy of nitirertiiilitlt-nee. 11 yon
siiftrr from r-orofiib. K'!t llii'inn, or any dis
ease of tin- t'liH1,(lvsp.'psi.i. hiliou-ness. sick
he.nlai hi'. or kulm-y ami liver enmrlalnls,
catarrh ir ihcuniati.-ni, tto not fail to try
Hood's Sarsaparilla
"I recommend Hood's Sir-aparilla t a't
my triemN as the Wl Weed pmifier oh
earth.- AVm. Cut, dniist, Hamilton, o.
" Hood's Sarsiparilla has eured me of scrof
ulous huinr, antl do?ie me worlds of god
otln rwise." . . ARNol.P, Arnold, THe.
A hotik cont tilling m;uiy adilitiotial Mate
ments of cures will lo se-nt to all who desire.
Hood's Sarsaparilla
SoM hy nil ilincRists. SI ; pi for Made
ontyl'yC.l. Il(l .t CO.. Lowell, Mass.
IOO Doses One Dollar.
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Huford & Loosley,
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Insurance Agents.
Tht-old Fire and Titnc-Tned riajnuneB Re
presented
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID.
latep an low an an It e liable Company cn aflurt
Your TatntUHire ii b-Uicitw'
nrttfflc in Areiw Block.
SMUGGLING BY THE NAVY.
AUCTION A NO COMMISSION
W. H. LUNDY,
AUCTIONEER
WILL
Attend alen
IX CITHER
CITY OR COUNTRY,-
at moderate charges, or
Receive Consignments
and make prompt return!.
eond A venn ROCK IBLAUD IhL.
4PFW M ki,1,u "f ' " FIHE' LIFE AN D ACCIDF.NT
" 6. in",H'ct INSURANCE.
f$ "V BENNETT'S STOCK j, t Loos,ey & Coi
Tl'. Over f00 different styles, warranted J
i' to fit aud will not rip; gloves -gsbka-
r, frfr.vbody, and no shoddy. Insurance Agenls
SSt',nt&' Gloves cut to order and repaired. c
ttA"r,C'f&i5P ormci- iirvK'T tWI.oiwa. prnmpfl) .iljatod and paid at tlilf
"itJCf K,iV GLOKGi, BENNETT, agency.
Si-li Iiig Glove. No. 1605 Second avenu, Rock lslood. (Succcsmm t llayea & Clean-Unit )
Aaenry Miiblishod 1SS.
Office in Beouston's Blwk.
j.A J; d Dr. b. g. miller
I VI iVi 1 L A 1 r Il I A ,( ) K Wol'! ret"-ctfiill, announce to Hit- Ki-k and af
v ii, A X J. 111JV1 llictcd. fnr nail near. Ilmt lie tr,-ul. dltllc nit . ranep
J t- t Tiyr in' ... , f all kludw, acnto and clironic. mnlwtf-r)r and
Ana UCillei in LVlenS Hine WnnlrnS nnwrexr..t,.,l. Twe-itv year rmrtiral rx-
ii.nu av-u..i. HAl-lIS 11I1C OOltllS, iwriewa. llilf.-nnv- wnh nil ollo rs in plan ol
treatnwnt; mnainir ni.irv, l.,u-curi n win n: otlic-rp
1706 SSCOnd aVenUC failed to Rive reliW; mak.-nn.,H.riallyl
Rheumatism and Neukaloia,
TT A "TTTT'TTOTi'KTT'd Far which he han a Kpeelal treatment and never
XXXX W 1 JXlV IT. l hi fatlamenm. Voo need anff.-r no lonser. Con-
nnlttition frc. office lioiir;. 1 a. m., to lip. m.
" T r r-w- v . w- M - Olllce and n-ia.-mv No. ir. Klirhl i 111 Mroi-l,
OYSTER PARLOR A""e",!"ie22-
RESTAUHANT AND BAKERY, .
, No. 1611 SeconrJ Avt-nne. . ,
W-3peclal.ttaUonpid.tfrai,hla?p;colc,,i,rtM,e,c. WlfiYW 2L LaClV
1,1 TT7T"F y -w-r- 's beautiful, all but her skin ;
XLU W J--LivJO. and nobody has ever told
t-dealer in ' her how easy it is to put
FLOUR. AND FEED, T-Z
Mi... in- Cr' FUrth ATe, ftnd Tffen,y-fourth SI- Krog. Old BUri. BaIm'
FBI01I BOW-i atiiTKtd frtt to ny part of tbn?.
STARTLING STORY OF AN EX-CORPORAL
OF THE MARINE CORPS.
How . the fiuted States Ship Saratoga
Qruught a Valuable Cargo from the
Mediterranean Consigned to. United
States OfHclals Transferrins the Good
to the Tallapoosa A Trip to Halifax.
New York, Oct. 2 6. A Washington spe
nai to The World savs: Although the prom
inent officials in the navy department have
made light of I he recent dtwlosures of smug
gling by naval officer, as brought to light
by the seizures on the Saratoga, the rank and
file in the service know that these apologies
by certain officers of high rank are made
merely to mislead the secretary of the navy
and the public and prevent unpleasant dis
closures. Seamen and marines who have
been on European voyages and think they
can talk without f ar of detection view the
ca.se very differently. An ex-corpora! of the
marine corps, who resigned in INS-, and wh
is now in busimtss in this city, gave the n
porter the following chapter of binugling in
tile navy as :t came under his ow n observation:
"In 1NS0 I served on board th United
States ship Kiratoga," he said, "in a sub
ordinate ca) tacit y while the vessel made o
Euroiiean cruise for tin; purpose of instruct
ing Admiral Ltuvs kibieti in the art ot
seamanship. The opinion generally ex
prensed, however, !y the crew uptn our ar
rival in the Mediterranean was that th
Saratoga was sent across to bring home a
cargo of goods belonging to high officials in
Washington. At the naval pay-station at
Villa Franca we took on board quite a cargo
of carjieU, nigtj, ., purchased by perns
on tlie station and sent to ilia I raiu-afor
storage, nhuh were marked 'Secretary
Tltonipson.1 tilo-ea, silks, laces, etc., wen-
puicltuseii in large quantities, packed in
sealed metal boxes and waur-proof jtaper.
In lact, )tui bases weiv made so extensively
that we began to think we rupi'e.-e;i!ed i-onie
uttH-cantih; house rut her than the United
Statt-s."
"lhd these procmiins causj comment
among tlie crew f was asked.
' Siiiloi-s and marines,11 he repliil, "are
not nt the habit of expressing their opiniont.
on board ship. Whatever we thought we
kept to ourselves. Ufton the tvtum tr ip we
stoppe(t at runchal, where the f-htps launch
w.ns itjwcrii tortlie purpose of assistma; in
taking on board our last cargo, viz. : Wine.
The exact amount of ine tone,! hw.iv berc
I am uu'ihle to state, but I have no hesitation
in saying it exceeded the quantity usually
pun.ht.Mil nt one lime. Tay masters1 storeb
were broken out of the hold and piled around
the deck to make rom fur the cargo. The
brig was given up for the time N'lng and
converted into a wine store-room. In fact,
every available place was used, until the
berth-deck Ivcame uncomfortably crowded.
lTon ni riving in the United Stab's,
instead of pulling into nn imtiortant pirt
we anchonl in Hampton nadi anil
were not troubled by a visit from the
collector of customs. The first transfer of
cargo made was to a light-house tender.
winch came into the roads, and to it were
transferred the casks of wine, which were
marked 'Bnbcock.' A few days later the
Tallapoosa came down from Washington to
Hampton roads an 1 made it convenient to
come alongside tle Saratoga after dark. The
crew were at once put to work rigging whips
and tackle to aid in taking the cargo out of
the hold An estimate of the amount of
goods, consisting of wine, carpet, laces, silk
gtnds, etc.. transferred to the Tallapoosa
may be formed from the fact that the time
occupied in unloading the vessel wns about
five hours. In justice to the officers at
tached to the Saratoga it is proper to state
that their portion of tho cargo was
reasonable one or two casks of
wine each to ship to friends in distant parts
of the country, a couplo ot dozen pairs of
gloves, and several bolts of silk. The bulk of
i he cargo, however, was marked as con
tigued to sii'-h humble citizens as Secretary
Thompson, (Jen. Sherman, Commodore En
glish, and others of the same standing. Of
course an improper use miht have been
made of their names by the ial smugglers to
damn prying customs officials. Next year,
while si ill on the Sarabtga, I went to Hali
fax. There was purchased the same large
autouut of liotth-d goods and we brought
back an equally valuable cargo."
"This stnlentent regarding the smuggling
propensities of our prominent naval offi
cers can U; vouched fur, and is not the
spiteful output ins of a disgruntled sailor,"
said a naval department official Sunday.
Another Trunk IJne Kepnrted.
rnn.APEi.rHiA. Oct. A sjieeial dis
patch from Kaston, Ta , says: It is rumored
here that the Lehigh Valley railroad ha
ptm-hastHl the franchise of th" defunct Penn
sylvania, Statington & New England rail
road, with a view of completing it at an early
date. The right of way runs from Stating
ton atoii the Itloc mountain to Pen Argyl.
and I'ortland, Northumlterland county, then
cross's the Delaware river at Portland, runs
through New Jersey to Poukeejisie. N. Y.,
where a briilge is being built across the Hud
son river, and tiitnce through the New Eng
land stat;-s. When completed tlie road will
lie another trunk line between the east anc
the ue-1. A reliable pvrty at Pen Argyl
sayts the report uf thr sale is pusitiveiv truu
lueeiuUiirv Talk In rnndon.
LoMios. )ct. in. Tlie hading and most
pr nimetit S-jcialisk m this city were present
Sunday flight nt the banquet given by that
fraternity to Wtlliimis, to celebrate his lilvr
ation from jail. The sin-ex-h were of a
most meendiary. natuiv. Among other
speakers Mr. Vneh-h, Mie editor of .justice, a
Soeiahstic mrn,il, said: "If peaceful efforts
faded. thre weie hundreds f thousands
ready to stand N-hind barriia-tfs and take
pot shots at their enemies" -Mr. Hyndrnan
said: ' The S'inltsts' pi-oci?ss!oii protisi-d to
folic i w the show on Lord Mayor's Day had
u.it lieen utiandoned. The aldermen,"' he
outinued. "art shaking like jelly lihes ai
the idea ol ni'-eting their miMTuble poverty
stt n Uen lelloM-ciliZf-ns.'1
Will Have Nothing littt Ahjei t Surrender.
Sofia, IVt, Jti - Tlie chief officials of the
jrrand solum .je havedeeided U send a deputa
tion to the c;vir insisting of Metropolitan
riemetit and MM Slnikoff and Uueschoff
to protest against the conduct of lien Kaul
bars and aN i to request the emeror of lills
sta to name a candidate for th throne of
Bulgaria whose election would meet with no
objection from Russia. The Russian consuls
in hulKuria have been ordered to refime pass
port to tlie depututoin, without which they
can not enter lutian territory.
Death f (sen. Kodinan.
LutsviM.E. Ky., Oct 2ft. Gen. John
Rodman died here Sunday afternoon at 3
oVloek of eamvr of the stomach. He had
(en sinking slowly for several weeks, and at
the time of his demise wan surrounded by his
large family. He was 76 years old. No man
in Kentucky was more readily known than
Gen. Hodman, having been for a quarter of
l century a prominent figure in the legal and
political biftfrry of toe state.
Cheap Mall Boxm.
The finest mail and paper box ever in
vented is for aale at the Argus office at
the low price of 91 each. The mom box
Id sold everywhere at $1 50. Cat! and ex
amine! bent
Fnblie VoUoa.
Anyone having business with the Argus
office after 6 p. m. (in the event that the
office is ciosed) will please call at Wib
roans & Gait's news stand in the postofflc
building, who ars authorised to transact
buelntu of ater nature for tfct Avt.
THE NEWS IN BRIEF.
By the capsizing of a rowboat at Beloit,
Wis,, A. O Thompson and Jacob Flack wen
drowned.
Samuel K. Gay, the defaulting chief clerk
of the pension office at Pittsburg, pleaded
guilty on twelve counts.
On a farm nt Bethesda, Fa., is an infected
herd of twenty cows, two of which were
killed Saturday by the state veterinarian.
Tb" clearings of the Chicago banks for the
paqt wek were $54,W,ft47. The surplus re
serve of the New York lanks Is $5,439,575.
After balloting for six weeks, the Repub
lican conference to the Seventeenth district
of Pennsylvania nominated Edward Bcull
for wwgress,
t THenry Van Allen, Br., a prominent citiien
of Fond du Lac, Wis., has been pronounced
insane, from a blow on th head received
some years ago.
Mr Gladstone, in felling a tree at Ha war
den, exposed a nest of wasps, who stung him
with sueh vigor that he was unable to attend
church Sunday.
Rumors come from Washington that Presi
dent Cleveland and Gen. Sheridan will en
deavor to reduce their circumference by
massage treatment.
Rol)ert W. Alston, a son of the late Col.
"Bob'1 Alston, of Atlanta, blew out his
brains in the office of the sixth auditor at
V ashinton, where he held a clerkship.
The Illinois liv block commission has at
last decided to appoint three appraisers for
the cattle quarantined at the Chicago dis
tilleries, and sn h of the number as are ap
jiarently healthy will lie sold to the highesl
bidder.
The Kpiscopal council at Chicago has
elected Kev. It. M. Kirby, of Pottsdaui.
N. Y., bishop of Nevada, and Rev. Kthelliert
Tab -of, of Maion, Mo., bishop of Wyoming
mid Idaho
The sheriff ot hteago closed the wine
hiaisiwit theCovaioc cumpany, whose lia
biluiesare about ;i,tjiw. The concern wm
the smcessoi uf Cuvaroc & Sons, who tailwi
last j'ear.
Mr Hotlinan, private secretary to Gov
ernor Ifuwes, of Nebraka, has In-en a wan ted
diii:u;t of against K-lwajjl KoHe-
w iter, an Omaha editor, who assert'-d
th;'t he could prove Hoff man to be a hurse-th!.-f
J (' CatneroH, of Chicago, bookkeeper f,!1
M:n tin M H-'lvrts, in Lhk'i street, pleaded
guilty tot h-'einle;i:Wient 0f aH,tm) befon
Ji!i'tie Lyon, and was committed to jail
Women and wine were the cause of hii
I heft
A st rv m fin-illation that an exjwrt
ilitciitsed -a tramp, made ?!,0iN'jlitil Ht Ish
p'ininR. Vt h.. by the purchase of a hug!
pile of iron ere. A mining superintendent
informs a iHti r.-r that the erson mentioned
bmghr M'ine i-o-k piles at 25 cents per toi
and ivvivel tor them $1 per ton loaded oe
tlie ears, from which he n-altzcd only n petty
pmtit.
Certain I V'nir rats of east Tennessee urge)
n nvo at ion of Hie appointment of Maj J
H Wacgouer as xnsioii agent at Knnxville
K anst at the lose of tlx' war he vot-d it
1 1t- le Mat nr. to disf ranchie confederatt
su'diers and to offer a nward for tin- am"si
of Kham G. Harris. Set'retary Iimar ad
vis(i the objectors to drop the issues of th
war and the j Missions growing out of it, ant
decliueti to grant tlie repiest
Hig KeddeMm, nf Kenti.
DrruN, O. t. j IV Mr. Scully, a large law
owner in county Tipperary, has aliatod
pervnt of the judicial rent due from hi
tenants. This is the largest reduction evet
known in th county since th judicial rcnl
was estable-htHl. Mr. Scully in giving notia
to 1m tenants of the reduction of their n'nt
ivs he does so because he enn not ignore th
couditjoii and circumstances of tlie presen'
tunc ainl is prepared to share the inevitabli
1o.vk i f his tenants.
Heath of the hl Fat ltnhr.
Nlw PniLAHELrHiA, CHiio, Oi-L -.6. Th.
faoi-Ms Ohio fnt liaby of John Heeters. neai
Trenton, this county, is dead. It was twenty
months old, nnd weighed eighty-nine pounds
It niejisnre! forty inches around the waist
Mim inniij inceei. arouii'i ine imgu.
A. T. Stewart' YVhlow lend.
r-rv Yokk, ttct 'JfiMrs. Uorneha M
Siewart. widow of the !nte million-lire dry
go. wis tiiercii.-mt ,. l. Ntewart. died sud
I. -iily Mondav morning at her n-sidence.
iturty-loiirth street and rifth avenue
THE MARKETS.
Chicago. Oct. a
On the t ;-rd of trwle to-day quotations ir
grain ami pn.viMons were as follows: Wheal
.Nn. lit !. -Iter, openefl T4---. close) 1tc
rvovt nu"r. epenea cw. closed 74 -; H-cem
ler. opened cloel. 7ie t orn-No. :
(Vtolter. otienet '.'c, closed i'le; NoreniWr
erene! . clewed Dereniher. npenec
:t7qc. chwed i7-V. Oats-No. 2 (Vtotier
(jh ited Tioniina), dosed ?Mm. November
eremd :tv. closed :.fvi.e: cceniler. f -jieiier
t-:e, closed '-V-V. Perk October, ciienet
r.1 tinnn'iai. i l'iel s .Si nenuiml: Noveni
t. r. opinetl i.-.'.m. closed js.tC.'; December.
lci:--l ein(.Nt ?s.sri. Iild Ottober
Live M t. k The following prices were re
ceiv.'d tn.ii, (h- Cnion stock vanls to-1a-
lht-i Market epein l a-five and firm, alia.
a -Uii'ire. v.oli speculators the princiral buy
ei-. l..-o r .-i wt iker feelin-- prevail d ami th
ad 41 ice wa., l-.st: b,"ht gnnles, iii. 3br4.lU
ikm'Ii kins. i:.... i, tittLY paikinvanc
sh'i le's. - t l'i. Cattle Native
lot. i. tv. 4 t; wrst,rns. b-irely fb-ad
;.,!... 401. . ews. M.W'-.iWl Sbeei- - t-tmilg
in Tii'i;:. r,.i; i;n,Mlt ( 4 (f 1.
(-tin :tiiicr-B-si cnvmiery. iifc'O.
iHt 11,. k. .. .(;,.-y. iv.r.s..: rucking.' es able;
h'xx.-, 1ii(il lie-h. Pt'-s'lTc ei dK p.ml
liv i tii-k- i!-. l W'.i it-- lb; duck.. h-tlk-
turlo s. K. -e. fT IIS'iTJW -r
l'.:t;(ti..- K iil tittle and Bt-iint of H--briiii
4it.-tS 1-1 bu on ira-:k, B-trtiaiiks. 4HQ4C-.
New ink.
Nr.w Vouk, Oct. '2.
lic it No. 1 red state. HT'S-; No. 2 do h;v4,
V., - t oiti-r. NevMitb-r. K.v.; . !),...e..
bt r. iTij rt n No 2 mined cash, 4"V
N'ov-ieU-. 4-; do D-fndier. 4' 0ts
No I h'te. li'iUji, do Nn 2.:i'c. live-Dull
H'iiit- N'.iuiiial. l urk Dull; new mess, ilU.U
St Luuii.
sr. Lons. Oct. iv
U he.it-- hitM ; No. 2 cash, e'f&m-; Nnvemln-r
tS'iic: De.eiuln-r.1hc; May. 7tl;v. Corn Firm
No. 2 mixed ta:h, JSc; November. rV
liVteittber. WV-; May. :Kic. Oats-Abou
steady; Ni. mixed cash. NovemNir
2 ; De einter. SHe bid: Mar. 3m4(V Kye
Lsy; 4S'4c Whisky- 1.I3. " I'ork - Firmer
ijl'.i.fl. l.anl Meady. Ja Tu.
lttnlt.
DrrnniT. 0 t. 2ft.
VWhea- Kasier: Nn. 1 white ra.h. :V
MirbiijMn iel, "He; No. t red. 7Ke; cash.
nsked Novemlter: 7lll- Ike. -ember; 8Te May
t orn- 3Nivc bid. Oats-No. 2, c nominal; No.
If white, MH iKiminal. Clover seeil-$4
LMch; J4.it Decemlier.
Mlhrankf,
M I I.W AVK f.K, Oct. St.
WheAt Steadier: rusk, "IV; Novembr,
7.V; ftecember, 7.1? . Corn-Finn; No. 2, aft'jt !
itf -S-lort. No. J, 2TvV. lye-lmer; No
1. nominal. Dailcy- ltwer; No. 2. 54!$c.
Toledo.
ToLMo. Oct. 2.V
Wbent - l.vr and active; rash. V1: S"
v-..,U-r. 7!i4.-; icremtrer, My. S7t4
f "... ;. Steady and dull; cash. itJtjc; May, 4;'V
Hull- Firm; tii-b, Hfrie (,'loVer Mc.-d Ea,
t-li. Si 4 wkrd; Deiuli, $4.52.
ROCK ISLAND.
0W 2"
H ay Thnotny SiO . 00.
Hay Wilo f.0l
Rye 45c.
?orii -Old 42c ; New JJSc.
PoUloen S43c.
Ottkms fine.
r.iti-sofi toe : hMd SB. an
Oord Wood -14.00.
Straw -15.09.
Offsruaa Ulaad Picnic Qroaadt
Churches and societies desiring special
rates or transportation, should apply
writ to EH J. Frankland. P.O. drawer
1, Bogs Ulaod, 111., or call x Uttf i!acdi
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tRFAIUMfi SrEfiriC for LIVES DISEASE.
CVUDTnilCl ,M,t,r or bad tai-te in the
VilnllUmOi niciHlt ; tonitc eoatcu white
or covered with a biown f'ir; pin in 1 lie hack,
idcs, or jointt oft n iiiif'akeu for line 11 nudism ;
BOUT Stomach: Wsof mcli1c; noineltmes
naiifea andwater-hrasli, or indejeM fan : t)tnlen
ry and acid cructot ions ; bowels alternately cos
tive and lax; headache '"-p "f memory,
with a painful senhafion of tiainc: billed to do
something which nnht to have been done; rJe
bllity; low spirits; a thick, yelhtw appearance
nf the bkln and eyes: a dry euuizli; 'ever: rect
lessnesH; the urine is scauly nd liih coioied,
and, if allowed to stand, demists a si-dimenl.
PURELY VECETABLH,
I generally ned in tin-South in ai '!Mi-e tin. Tor
pid Mivcrto a healthy nvfioii.
It arte with extrau!din:try effl .. nn the
I IVER,
-L KIDNEYS
anji I'.OWELS,
Aaeffectual epecttk- fi r
Malaria, Iysipsi.i.
Constipation, riiiliniHwss
Sick Headache, .laumlii c.
Nausea, Cnlir,
Mental Depression, liouel Coinplaiiit,
Endorerd hy th- oi-r- ot 7 MILMONS 'if l I-
BEST FAMILY MEOIOiNE
for Children Slid Adult-' ! Hi.- ,
ONLY GkntlUNb
has our letter Z etam;- to i d ) 'p ic .if tii r.
J. H. ZEILIN & CO..
Sole Proprietor., l-illl, I'lilA. !'A.
I'lllt'E fl .hi.
COOK STOVES!
RADIANT HOME
HARD COAL STOVES,
AT
WILIARD BAKER & CO.'S,
Rock Island,
OpiHmitr' H;i!-fr t!on'"
Illinois.
LOANS
On Pkomiioky Nuti:s.
WANTED-NTtenof veil rated tfi-itie-- m- ti
for one month to twelve m-H-th-. ,vt'-"oi; ji.'ton
to fl,iNHM.i. Strtit'v e..nti-b ti il jo.d -- if.-.
Bondf given, Pt-ttl-mer.H m el '. i ceo -i.-.iiteTtl-wanted.
O W FithTKB. Bank.rr
utliti-tim lio-.ttlu-i. N v link.
WESTERN
INVESTMENT !
Two-ftorv biirk bnlne-). h.tii'-'e, fr.'i't- two main
Mrtete. Crowing Countv Sfat. Kan
888. 5 OOO ltmUt ifi Will cill Itntiuan
and uuplenieiit iMi-inern Pan c.t h. Ml l-itc
time. EMabllhed ciylH vejir. .Minii.il palei
MXTY THOUSAND He k
KANSAS KAKDWAUK.
Box Mi M .btbl ll. MO.
MAKE MONEY
Fori tine are yenrly rnmb- bv mih eff opera
ton in stocks, grain and o'l.
1 hete iuvcntni.iniK 1n .(U. rdly .v from f-Mto
f5.mil or more on each f ".on inv'cMed.
IteliaMc correspondent" wnr.,vii Aildr. s for
Circulate, WILLIAM K Kit 1IAKHS.
Piatilter ami Broker,
Inn-S-dw 40 & 42 KriMduav. New V.nk.
HIGHLY IMPORTAHT TO GEMTLEMEI.
I have juat received hj3' first installniHiit of my
Foreign inijiuituiiijiiH tif
FINE WOOLENS,
FOR
FALL AND WINTER WEAK,
Ami extend ;i cordial invitalioii to my jiations for an inspection
of th- wime. Very iiiient woik, Lowepl juices, and
perfect lit guaranteed.
J. B. ZIM.MEE,
No. lf10 Second Avenue. Kock Island, HI.
FIRST-CLASS
SHOK SHOP
4F. ).hteiilhSiieit under Kock KlardNat. Bank.
JOHN O. FREED, Proprietor.
t' Special Attontion paid tofine ('upturn Work Repairing (tone m-ally and promptly.
JOHN T. NOFTSKER
mi
This is an entirely New Pattern of
Soft Coal Stove.
ITS SUCCESS
Has gone far beyond our expectations.
Oyer Seven HnDflrefl
Have lieen put out this season, and it
Ins been all the Foundry could
do to till ordeis.
On exhibition and for sale by
David Don,
If 17 Bectrbd ATnn, Bock 1bm$
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