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Rock Island Daily Argus.
' r , - I - .1 VOL. XXXV. NO, 10. HOCK ISLAND, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 29, 1 886. PRICE F1YE CENTS Second Avenue corner of yL Eighteenth We challenge yQy comparison in out s vr ne Hats and Men's f f Furnishing Goods generally i n . "! Safety tors ' I'r1 Water, iixi and Senvei l'ipe. Deeke's Block. 1712 First Ave., Molinejll. N Ktick Island, Illinois Telephone as. Telei.tnnin IUS. Kiwidcnre Telephone T"7 FALL VO. HOPPEe TAILOR, (Successor to and late Cutter for 1. I.iliernian ) 1803 Second Ave., Rock Island. FINE WOOLENS, CLOTnS, OASS1MERES, Worsteds, London Suiting and Trouserings. iTLirjrest and must complete stork at the Lowest Prices. Particular Attention given to Good Work. AND OTHKR KlIIST CLASS MACHINES. S. H. MOORE'S Diinnrr Ma phi no Pnnm' T.iiMl Ave , and Twentieth St., Rock Island, 111., and :W Brady Street, Davenport, Iowa. Ternis and prices defy competition. All kinds oi Machines Repiired and Warranted Oil, II !i nl m civ f.i. !l k'f 1. if M 1 :'i:'n i((.i,t iu stock. STk7 V y pry J First-Olass h 'iPl BENNETT'S STOCK O er to ' -ffifS or tfV-'r.vbody, and no shoddy. S0iit&&? Gloves cut to outer and repaired. Sifjh Big Glove. J. T. TJIXOJNT, MERCHANT TAILOR. And Dealei in Mens' Fine Woolens, I 706 Second avenue. HAWTHORNE'S OYSTER PARLOR, RESTAURANT AND BAKERY, 7 No. Kill Second Avenue. .-pecla attention paiil.to famishing -,;cnic, -wnl.., clc E. WILCOX, UK.U.KH m FLOUR AND PEED, fcel FlM,rtU " Tt7-f0rtJ, Si,, Kt8g.f, Old Burt, DAVIS & CO., PLUMBERS AND Steam Fitters. A cotuplutt! slov It of Piptt, Brass Goods, Parking, Hose, Fire Brick, Sol a fute tor IXanc Steam Pumps, MIJHT FEED L I1 Ilii 10 ATI) KS, if int-i- every on." pcrf.vt. -ir.d will -.end Cup, liv u:v lia s tre-l. to rusnotliblc i.-irties. Ib-ating Boilers, and Oou trac i'or fmiiishint; and Laving -WINTER '87. PATRONIZE W. P. Tiimdall's SALE AND FEED Livery Stable, Hilo miti lGlij Third avenue, ROCK ISLAND, ILL. Turn-Outs. Gloves! Gloves 1 For .ill kinds of Cilovtn ami MiMeus cnli unit inspect .r00 dTiFeivni styles, warranted tit and will cot rip; "loves GEOISGK BKNNETT. No. ltHIO Second Hventi, Hock IkIowI. "CRPRICES I SPECIAL I I NATURAL FRUT fLAVORS MOST PERFECT MADE Prjwrrd with rW ((: rd tc Pi.rHv. Ptrrnfrtti nml tifiilthrnln.'--. IH l'fi--. Ft-'kitiK Pod-r.pt'i.ns 110 Ammo"ri.l.'m.',liim 'n rti-v i.lil.'s. Pr. IV..'-. xtrai:t., Vamlls. . Ilarnr d.lH'K'Uely. FBICE 8AKIKS POWCtR CO. Chi'ate ant St. Unit. A Great Victory A Terrible Case of Scrofula Cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla In the w inter of I w-is attarkotl with Scrofula in one of the most appravathtR forms. At 011c time 1 had nr U :s than thirteen larpe ahsresst'S over and around my neck and throat, contmually exuding an oftensive mass of Moody matter di.syusting to behold, .nut almost iittolor.tMe to end t: re. It is impossible to fully describe my sufferings, as the case was complicated w ith 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. Ituntley. dnipgist.of Lockport. I was induced to try Hood's Sarsaparilla, And now, MHr havinj; taken twelve bottles, within the tost twelve months, the scrofulous eruptions have entirety ceased, and the accesses i;ie all iiisippea red. except the unsiditlv st ars, whu h are daily t" eemm 'smaller hv'fleL'rees. and beautifully less. I do not km.w w hat it mav have done tor others, but I do know that in my case. Hood" S.irsapanlla has proved'an rteetivt ppt'otic indeed. As an evidence of my trratitutle 1 send these faels unsolicited, and I am ready lo verify the authenticity if tins cur', by ieisonal eorrespondenee with any one who doubts it." Oiahles A. hon i.i;TfJ. East V ilson, . T. This statement is confirmed by W. J. Hunt ley, druggist, of Kockport. V.y.. w ho calls tho n:re a great victory for Hood's Sarsaparilla. Semifoi hook jriving statements of many cures. Hood's Sarsaparilla Sold oy lirncirists. $1 ; sit for 5. M.ids only tyC. I. HOOD & CO., Lowell, Mass.. 100 "Doses One Dollar. c3 O CD A .--3 O I - 02 - S o CO 2 3 V-l )r. O m H H u t5 in E c o t-i u J o 63 33 Iiuford et Loosley, (iKNb'iiAt.- . Insurance Agents. Tin- ild Fire wul "hiut Trid r.ompniee Be vroffuU'd LOSSES PROMITLY PAID. iMi-CHS tow 4f n Hi-liable Company can aSbifl on- Patrmafe iw s-UiciUid wmm ANIMJOMMISSIOM W. H. LUNDY, AUCTIONEER WILL Atteriil alew IS IfTHIR CITY OR COUNTRY, at !inder'it,c chars, or Receive Consignments . and mtce t'lompt rFttirs..- cond Anna SiMS tRLCD ILL. FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE. J. E. Loosley & Co., Insurance Agents FfL .!.- prouiptly itrt.iwsl.'ii and pji.i at thif (Suuci-ssoi of ll;iyc ii GlinveUud ) Acency ettblislird 1W. Olflce in BeDston'a lilm k. Dr. B. G. MILLER Would r.'inrifiitlv simonnce to the trM and at flie:-d, f.-tr mt n-nr, iti.-H In- trenlc diHirittt ca"'f of all kiml. actiic nit I i h route, (nudwifcrv 'id (nrucr?ext rpt.,ii. Twe ty ycc.rit practical cs r'ncnre. nf. r.u- wtli .ill liiherf in pImhh of irvtiimcnl ; tiil.ttm mHt v, l.uf c.im-e w li-re other' fjiiltd to cue rchcl ; inakeam tnt laltj of KhKI'jM ATISM AND NkUUALOIA, For which he ht n tp-eiHl t rent men I and n.'vci fanV lctire. Vmi m-cd t tilt or no longer, ('on Koitutioii free, illci- lionif ! a. m., to Bp. a. Oltice ntnl n-citlciHC No. SSTi Rli:hf''nh Ptrect, Hocii Ilnnd. A ltlre letter hor 1022. apl-lSHlwly Men Think they know all about Mustang Lie iment. Few do. Not to kniAv is liuf to hav. TERRIBLE DISASTER. MANY PEOPLE ROASTED ALIVE IN A RAILWAY WRECK. The St. Paul Limited Express Is Ditched mod the Train Catches tire Heartrend ing Scenes Horrible Holocaust in Ken tuckyEight People Cremated Acci dent in a TunneL Milwaukee, Wk, Oct. 29. The worst railroad accident that has occurred on the Chicago, Wilwankee & Bt Paul railroad it many years took place at 12:90 o'clock Tuw day morning at Rio, a small station flf teei miles this side of Portage and seventy-eighl miles from Milwaukee. The lightning ex press, which leaves Chicago at 1 o'clock p. m. for Bt. Paul, and which flies like the wind, ran into an open switch and wai dumped into an old stone quarry. One coach and three sleepers were wrecked. Nc one on the sleepers was killed, but nine or ten people in the coach were killed. The num ber of passengers in the coach was very small, information of the disaster was re ceived at Milwaukee immediately and twe special trains were sent to the scene of the casualty with all t he surgeons that could be secured. B. Laewen bach, a job printer of this city was on the wrecked train. He savs tbt soenes after the accident were harrowing. J tie passenger conch, which he says con tained between fifteen and twenty persons. was telescopea at both ends, and the Are and smoke that enveloped frhe wreck prevented ine imprisoned nntl injured passengers froir CHcaping. ras-engers from the sleeperf gathered around the blazing cars, but t!te were iiowerless to render assistance. Moi and women could bo seen tearing their hail in the agony of the moment, and frightfu screams taucd from tho death-trap. On neavy woman in particular, he says, lore ut one of the seats with almost snperhnmai strength and endeavored to breal her way out of tho flaniins pyre, but hi strength failed and slio fell to the floor and met a horrible dcatli. Only three persons es clea ironi me passenger car, Mr. Laewen bach says a man and two children. Tin man was obrved as he force.! his wnj through t he ventilator on top of the car, witt all the clothing on his body from tho waist downward burned off, and his flesh roasted ana bleeding from cuts inflicted by broker glass. Every one of the wrecked curs wen consumed with the exception of lira last sleeper, which was cut awav from the burn ing wreck. All of the bodies of the victim! were burned in the wreck. It was a most horrible and sickening sd cc tacle, the roastins pjople making the nlghl hideous with their yells, while bystander! were unable to render assistance, it was tht worst wreck ever known in the northwest. THE VICTIMS. From the most reliable accounts ob tained lO'Dicbt the number who perished does not exceed ten, and these cre all in the passfDtrer coach next the baucaev csr. None of the charred remains can be ldcntiuid. As far as learned up lo to night those who perished arc: Mrs. I . rt itcherer, of inona. Minn. Mrs. Rosidu Johns, of Winona, her mother-in-law. Louis Brinker, residence unknown. A young woman believed to be Mrs. George A. Marr, of Rock Island. Hit identity, however, is very uncertain. Lmil Woltcrsdorf, residence unknown. Five or more unknown persons. Two sisters of charity, one believed to be Mother Alexis, superior of a convent at Winona, Minn., who was in Milwau kee to establish a new convent. THE INJURED. including Conductor Lucius Searle, of Milwaukee, badly hurt about the chest but probably not fatally. Wade Clark, of Oconomoivoc. batrcajre man, leg broken . Charles F. bmitb. 516 Wabssh avenue. Chicago, broken arm and wrist, and face cut badly by broken spectacles. James fhilios, brakeman. cut badly about the head. No passenjrers in any of the sleeDers were killed. Conductor Searle was in the baspage car when the shock accurrcd. With the bsRKageman, Clark and Phil lips, brakeman. he was pinned under sev eral heavj trunks. Unable to extricate themselves, to their horror they saw flumes burst in from one end of the car. They redoubled their efforts, and Phillips manncecl to crawl out. Conductor Searle, tlins released, followed him. Clark, with a broken leg, was gotten out and the bree craw led through a window as the flumes had crept up to within a few feet of Ihcm. Conductor Searle is now lying pros rated at his home in Milwaukee and tells this story, lie says as nearly as he can recollect, the occupants of the car where the frightful incineration occurred, in cluded a woman with a little gitl of about 6 years; another dark-haired woman with a babe less than a year old; a blonde woman of o0, who seemed to be a com panion of the former, both bound for St. Paul, and two sisters of charity traveling on a pass. He can recall no description of the others, but 6ays there were not to exceed fifteen altogether. He has lost hia tickets, aud so there is no record. Later. It is now claimed that eighteel jicrsons perished in tho most agonizing man uer. their bodies being reduced almost to ashes and mangled beyond recognition or lneu'incalion. 1 he latest particulars of thi awlui event are that the day coach contain upward of twenty passengers. When th- open switch was struck a-id th? shook came the momentum of the sleepers In the rear ol Oie day coach was so great that tile lattei broke in two directly in the crater, rearing up and forming an inverted V. The dav car then blazed up with fire, and the cries of thi dying inside were suniily indecribable. Among tlie passengers were Mrs Ito- Eina Johns, Mrs. rJchrrw, ber daughter-in-law, nnd the latter's two little children, of Winona. The two bravo womcr especially the brave mother succeeded by almost mipercumau h'ttorts in pushing the little ones through a window to the outsi le, and thenihey perished in the fl tmes. T!; lovm . mother sacrnioeJ hrr l.fe for her t-liil i.reu. Call on John Vun c for your hard c.ofil nnm Ihtoh .n grades at the lowest market prices. Give uiem a can. uince at :Btw Hecond avp. nue. and Kroner's old stand nn Twni fourih sircei. Call and seethe samples. icicpnone iiw. Cheap Hall Boxes. The. fluent mail and paper box ever in. vented is for sale at the Argus office at the low price of $1 each. The same boi ls sold everywhere at $1 SO. Call and ex amine them rablialonca.- Anyone bavin); business with the A Hoi s ulllee after 6 p. ai (in tho erest thst the otllce is eioeed) will please call at Wi. mans & Gall's news stand in the postoflire building, who are authorized to transact business of every nature for the Ajwus. Wm. McEniry, Atlornrt nt law, loans moocr on cooil sretiflty, mhe eolletjliom. rtufurlnce. BtJttnf?ftfetTOF THE NEWS IN BRIEF. Martin Irons is working in a Bt Louie fsed store. It is estimated that it will require $150,000 to repair the Chicago custom house. Hurry Garfield, tb eldest son of the late President Garfield, is soon to marry hb cousin, Miss Mason, of Cleveland, Ohio. The steamer British King landed at Phila delphia Wednesday 807 Mormon converts, wno wiu immediately proceed to Salt Lake. An assignment was made Tuesday by the ien leoca manufacturing company, oi lore, ra. uabuities, 7U,710; assets, 167, The registration in Iowa cities of the first and second-class shows a Urge increase over the vote cast at the last election for gov ernor. Editor Cutting now at EI Paso, Tex., if said to be endeavoring to enlist 10,000 men for the purpose of conquering the Mexican Wednesday Governor Ogleaby appointed r ranees M. McKay, of t ook county, trustee oi tne university of Illinois, to nil a va cancy. E. R. Hastings, a prominent newspaper man, died Wednesday, at Carroll, Iowa, aged .vi. rle was formerly editor of The Carroll Herald. A poisoned well at Battle Creek, Mich. caused the death of Mis. (r. Winters, and the serious illness of hr three children and of a neighboring family. Frederick V. .Smith, founder of the Branch County Agricultural society and formerly an editor, expired Wednesday at Coldwater, Mich., in tile 4v year of hts age. The board of managers of the whisky pool mrt inumiay at Cincinnati, and fixed tin INovemlier assismeiils at W cents pr proof gallon, but let the price rvlnnm nt I .I s. i iiemai uumiit'i'of s udenU ui ilai ve.ni university this year is ,o;;. The freshman class list lears aru names, the largest on roe ord. There are twenty -throe llliuoisiaus in the college. All the Pemotnitic n-miin.-es. t entv ii numlier, Were elected at B.lltl'noie W.sfn-s day t.i I he first branch ol tlx oily couu -il The lalior can.li l;ii..i polled sui-pri-nigl small votes. The Havaim, lt.-vnloul & Eastern roa. (narrow guage) , running between New Al Iwuy, Ind., aii-l Lerov. I1U. was sol Wednesday at Springfield under dee-ree ol the C'mted States con it tor floo.nin. County Trerv-iuvr Ward was accosted at Little Koilr, At k.. lu s ltiv night, by tn rnn, who threw- a su-k over his head knocked limi ansele. aud then taking lu- tevs roiitii-l his alee of over HUX Sixteen structures, including two hoteb and the principal business houses, at l oin hontas, Va. , were desti oyeil IVeilnes-lay by an incendiary Ure One man perishwi in tl flames, and other persons are rerte!l nuss nig. i ise nnancml 1 is plaee.1 at toO.'W GOVERNOR HILL AND CIVIL SERVICE He Addresses a targe .nilirnre on tlie Issues of l!i Iliiy. New York, Oct. Cv iov.-i-nor Hill an 1 Senate John R. Mcrii-'rso!i s.o!,-o to n laiei assemblage of lienioci.ils in tlie tirand oiera house m Newark Hcdni-silav niirht. Gov ernor Hill's speech was grerlut w ith f n )nenl applause, especially when bo dcnieil that the leniocrntic party wns (or f'i trade, an said that the best deiiuilion he had nol the policy of the party was that set down ir the llemocratic platform of New Jersey, lit called upon the workingmen to stand to gether and vot3 solidly for the party that had always supported their interests. Two thirds of the workingmen of the countrv were lTemocrnts. He denied that the Demo crane parly was divided in New York, and said that they were standing shoulder U shoulder, and would roll up rousing maiori ties for their candidates. In speakinc o! Itlame tocr through Pennsylvania, he said f.!aine was claiming to be tho friend of the workingmen and that everywhere he went ne was ine guest of the most pmminent mon opoiists. in the course of his speech he said that there were nu eivU service rules to pre- eni nis spaKlng t- tnls andlence, aud there n en- he would lie tempted to break lllelu. Mrs. A. T. Stewart', f uneral. New York. Oct. 2. - The remains of Mia A. T. Stewai t wore placed in a hnndsone- caskets covered with black velvet, Thursday morning, aud after brief services and l.rav. ers uv ine nev. nusnop Llttlejohn, as.-istsl by nv. Arthur Brooks and Rev. J. iiloomH.J.1 Wetherall. were placed in a hearse and driven to Hunter s Point, w here a srecia! i ram oi eigiu ears was waitmg to carry the leiuaius w vTaruen city, wnere they were in lenedinth. crypt adjoining that' in which ner lete husband u supp.jsad to have been ouried. THE MARKETS. ClIICAuo, 0-:t. :8. tin the h-ar.l of trade to-day QUctatiims in ureia end piovisions were as loilow-s U Iiku No. - Oclalicr. oi-nt-d '.-ijc iniuiual, closed oec noiinna : o-f-i,ilivr. oneml rlnsed Sfjc; 1 1- remtw. c emsl 7iV4it. close 1 T5Sc. l oin-Sa i t i-oher, openetl ;i4;iA ooi ui, t-ioseo nonu iiU: e-vemtjer. oenl j"sjc, chise l :6V: I'ccembir. cpemJ w-vi . ciowsl ...-Hic as -.cJ. eiats Nn. 2 (h-io- IX r. cpr-ied an I il.isl .i.M-: NnVf-n.li.-i 1-.v i ami i dosed Ihei-mber. oliued and iiwou .c. 1 ni-i. la-tolur. onenel s.n.i uomi- na'. c:is"il tis Novciiiu-r. ui-nwl s.Vi. lusea is i.i ris. ni,i: i:ece:utT. open tl iAUi. Icsirl IWJIii. Ijir.l-a-lti'jer, Oivncd rj.;i iMiiir.ai. ciosti t:.siiiiemnaL 1 ive ; t k -The fol o,-,in. prices were rj- ci--!t fr.Mll til -. I'.. iotl SlO-'t VjLnls l.l lav- Hi;. -Market ni-.i lerau-ly wiive hot weak ndnce .". . 10 lower, l.uht erodes si-4i . at M ,. : 4.UI '(: pWir to . h it-.-: hi avy mixe J loiin.. iJ.4l.. ,.sj ior p-j-jr to E.; heavy la. hiin; an. I !liti pin:.' fr.aile-. 8 ;l.Bi. 1 i-odiice. huller -li;st cre.nm-r-. .:31d. lt-i I1.; i;-sl dn !-), p.-i.is-.- parkin-;. 8-1-J-: Fs tlv n-e-ii. 1-j i;c urr d.. I'.mV tiy - t hi. kens, 7t .,. It ; ducks. luikeys. Hi-; g-ece, i.7.11 17 .3 1 p,.r diu I'ctat.ics-Kirlj Kone and lieauty ol Hebron, liic ier fcu. ua trac Bui Luuks. is :. tit. Louis. ST.Ijiris, Oct. 28. heat-:lcsed firm: No. 2 red cash. Noveiuber. 75'n: llmeinber. ;iuu- lv s-.. tkirn Very stnun:; Nn. t mixed cash. :J44e: .....ruiwr. o.mic reu; uecemtier, ;h-c .May. 3'4'bid. Oats-r irm; No. z mixed cash. .Jn-.-Novemlier. ' Bl-ic bid: December, ill- led: May, 31c. Kye- Kirrair: 4V. Wlnskv-tlli Hork-Stroua: is.,!,- Lard-Sstrong: f-VHO. I'etrolt. I'ernoiT. Oi t. Wheat Firm; No. I white cash. ?flc aikr-d; rash Mithlcnn red. 77.? asked: No. : ird 77e asked cash; nlic bid Novvndier: 7st- Md !)... eemher; iu. bid May. t orn No. s :. vi Dais- No. 5. Sk- hid: No. i w hile. .in, t lover tSeci-Caah. . asked; Deceiuliei. ie.r.i bid. Milwaukee. Mll.W.eCK!?!' )ct. at. Wheat Meadv; cash. iVs": Noveiub.;r. '.1.4c. Hee-emlier. V-V.yi:. coi-n-r'irni: No. :., .'i'4c. Oats -eileady: ,o. 2. :.c. Kye-y-jl-t; Ko. I Sic. Itarley --steady: No. 2, 54c. Toled-. Toi.eiki. (VI. 2 Wheat Firm and n1'"; cash. 77;c; N. vemher, PecemlnT. 75jic nskel; V-- ss1:. orn-Fin. hnt dull: cash. 34-; M. taraakwt. t'sts-Ncte ei-ti d. Clover tss .) Active! ra h. 4.4: Novcopier. f4.4'ir- ij. tember, 4.SU bid; Janiwr). K- SbW Hexn fFLasii'. Cfl hiy Tin.en '10 el'. Hv- Wll.l4mi 'Hn -eild 42c; Ni-w S8c rotsioe. :Kea.43 . liim. s s- IV. I UA lib. k Ml SM (Vmiw.ioil f 4.011. si raw frtrJ. Offermau Island flcaife QroanUl Chtil-ches and eorleiira flrslrinit anaclal rate et lrwiw4Mtw! M"fd apply MrU (o ft , Freliiid f, o, $tnv 1, Bflf Ui lit., ft ei!! tl tk MALARIA. "If people could only know what a eplendiii medicine Simmons Liver Regulator is there would be many a phy sician without a pafiunt and many an interminable doc tor bill saved. I consider it infallible in malarial infec tion. I had for many years been a perfect physical wreck from a combination of complaints, all the out growth of malaria in my system, and even under the skillful hand of Dr. J. P. Jones, of this city, I bad de spaired of ever being a well woman again. Simmons Siver Regulator was recom mended to me. I tried it; it helped me, and it is the only thing that ever did me any good. 1 persevered in its use, and I am now in per fect health. 1 know the medicine cured me, and I always keep it as a reliable 'standby' in my family." Respectfully, Mrs. Maky Ray, Cnllldcii, A Is. ONLY CtNUINt ha nut letter Z stamp in i.-d.'i fi.-n' of wrapp r. J. H. ZEILIN & CO.. Sole Proprietors, PIIII.Aillil.l'IIIA. !'A. Ph R E fl 00. LOANS On I'komissoky IS'utks. WANTKll Note of w.-ll r-o. .l h.i-, j m. n for on.- month lo tw -tvc mimlli Ain-iHi(. SI. not) to l,ilH.(. sirii-tlv c-'itlinVslitl and Mfc. Ilululf uiven. pell), -incuts nnd I -i.n-i, ntJ find- 0. w KIM HB. Banker sep k-:q jn nren!-. jy. w Y.nk. WESTERN INVESTMENT ! Twu-ctorv hri k tnisiii'-f hmi-t', IfiiHf mo main r4r.'t. Crowing County Seot. Knn BBS. 5 OOO I'-o ui It lion VVUl il IttnlH-rt-:tDii liniili'tiit m litiMne-u Part c-i-li. jm-I luni! tlpi'. K--tMMif1 lih' vet;, uiii.nl bait MXTT THOUSAND- m-qmrk. KANSAS HAUPWAKK, Bos 554 M". JtiMi'U. MO. MAKE MONEY Kortnm'r are yetrlv nmilt- hx nrvnfnl ontTB- torsiu stocks, croln anil o'l. Thtce lnvi shuQif id -I'lfnilv ny frtim lo fS.lHIl ornnirc on each t'.ih) invef h-i. K el i able correfjw.nticn.t' w iue1 Atitir (or chcuUift, WILLI AM K I.' 1VH A 1 1S. Itttnker aut Untkcr, jnn-1-dw 41l A 4-' lirtis lwav. N w Y-irk. JOHN r. fi- -I S 4' -V "ter-sc V'.' COOK RADIANT HOME HARD COAL STOVES, AT WILLARD BAKER & CO.'S, Opposite Harper Hons. Rock Island, - Illinois. I havi just received my iirst installment of my Foreign importations of FINE WOOLENS, FOR FALL AND WINTER. WEAR, And extend a cordial invitation to my patn ns for an inspection of th" came. Very finest work, Lowest pi ices, and perfect fit guaranteed. J. B. ZIMMTCH, No. 1810 Second Avenue. Rock Island, 111. T 'iwai"2? l7Sp.i:iRl autntioii paid to fine Custom Work. Reptii ring done ntly and promptly. RAW T. Mil TSKKIJ. his j ' ' , Have :. ..., , Tl !,.. ii-ip Oh David STOVES! FIRST-CLASS SHOE SHOP E:literittiSireet under Bock I Maud Nat. Bank. JOHN O. FREED, Proprietor. is an entirely New Pattern of OAK! Soft Coal Stove. -ITS SUCCESS- Ilas gone far beyond our expectations. Oyer Seven imflrei been put out this season, aud it K II .1. . w ii I'rt-n .in inn rtnimiry COIlia do to nil ordets. exhibition and for sale by Don, y r. - - 1 : 4 ': - r,4 t.i I; 1 : 1 i,' i it r )