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Rock Island Daily Argus.
UOCK ISLAND, FRIDAY. SOVE5IBEU 5. 18S6. PRICE FIVE CENTS vol. im. NO. 16. Second Avenue corner of j Eighteenth YJT Sr yfV, We challenge 4iJZy S comparison in onr Furnishing Goods generally - I It v IBB, Ma r 5 t Dkeke's Block, Moline.Ill. Tlcphone DAVIS & CO., PLUMBERS Steam Fitters. A complete itork of Pine. Brass Goods. Packing. Hose, Fire Brick, Stc. :a Sole a ente for -.-J Deane Steam Pumps, --i mill FEE II LUBRICATORS, f W n-iriiti' ctforv "M flfrffct. ani will ftnrt Onp, '"s'S lA'.myda d' uiei, to re.i;hiiibte parlies. ft- Safety Heating Boilers, and Contrac tors for furnishing and Laying Water, Gas and Sewer Pipe. 1712 First Atk., Kork Island. Illinois. Ti'le.'huns IMS. Kf imlt-nre Telephone FALL 'SO.- -WINTER "S7. HOPPE, the TAILOR, (Successor to and late Cutter for I. T.iberman.) 1803 Second Ave., Rock Island. FINE WOOLENS, CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, Worsteds, London Suiting and Trouserings. "Largest anil most complete stock at the Lowest Prices. Par icular Attention given to Good Work. AND OTIIKIi FlKST-CXASS MACHINES. S. H. MOORE'S ewing Machine Room T-v d Ave., and Twentieth St., Rock Island, 111., and 32 Brady Street. Davenport, Iowa. r5FTerms and prices defy competition. All kinds of Machines ReDatred and Warranted Oil, l!'liJMil a fft: all t.tt ' i f M t':!ii:t kont in "t9ck. - : ?.-;--:v-75 PATRONIZE W- P. TlNDALL's SALE AND FEED Livery Stable, 1613 aud 1015 Third avenue, KOCK ISLAND, ILL. First-Class T urn-Outs. SMM 8igb Big Glove. Gloves I Gloves! For all kinds of Gloves and Mi'lens tall and iusiect BENNETT'S STOCK Over 500 different styles, warranted to tit and will not rip; gloves for everybody, and 110 shoddy. Gloves cut to order and repaired. GEOUGE BENNETT, No. 1005 Second avenu, Ko-k Islond. J. T. DIXON, MERCHANT TAILOR. And Deaiei in Mens' Fine Woolens, 1706 Second avenue. HAWTHORNE'S OYSTER PARLOR, RESTAURANT AND BAKERY, 1 No. 1611 Second ivermt;. WSpeclal attention psidto fnraishla; pUmlca, parties, etc E. WILCOX, DEALER tit FLOUR AND FEED, wssis. Ill mam CRPRICES SPECIAL NATURAlFTOIt I fLAVCRS I MOST PERFECT MADE rrt-pnrwtwIthstrM nsraM to Purity. Strtturth nnA H.-nli tifulitf. Ir. lH.v's lUkine lnwdti- romniiw nn Amiiiuiun.l.iMH-.AliHii or rhovphatfs. Ir. I'rti-e' Esiracts, Vanilla, Iwtutn. etc.. flavor dtrln-itmsly. PRICE BAKING PC'WCCR CO. Chicago and St Lou. Rheumatism II is an established fact that Hood's Sar- f.apnnll 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 Mood, which is the cause of the disease, and purifying and enriching the vital fluid. it is certainly fair to awvme that what Hood's Sarsaparilla has done for others It will do for you. Therefore, II you suffer ttio pains and aches of rheumatism give this potent remedy a fair trial. A Positive Cure. " I was trouMed 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. Being rec ommended to try Hood's Sarsaparilla, I took four bottles and am perfectly well. I cheerfully recommend Hood's Sarsaparilla as one of the tn'st blTd purifiers m the world.' W. F. Wood, Bloonungton, 111. For Twenty Years 1 have leen afflicted with rhcumntbm. Feforo iss3 1 found no relief, but grew worse. 1 then be pan taking Hood's Sarsaparilla, and it did me more good than all the other medicine 1 ever had." 11. T. Kalcom, Shirley, Mass. " I suffered from what the doctors called muscular rheumatism. I took nood's Sar saparilla and am entirely cured.' J. V. A. PiiorrrtFooT, letter carrier, Chicago, 111. We shall be glad to send, free of cliarirp to all who may desire, a book containing many additional statements of cures by Hood's Sarsaparilla Sold by all druggist. $t ; six for $.. Made only by C. 1. 1HK)I & CO., Lowell, Mass. IOO Doses One Dollar. FECIAL ASSESSMENT NOTICE Noti t! If ht'rebv riven to all persons interested. that ih; City t'otincilof the City of Km k I? land, having orden-d thnl : A tt"i-inch tilt sewer heconetmctert from the In terwetion of the centre of Nin' h t-trcet with the Hit? of the Fifth avenue sewer, tlimre extending south along the rent re of Ninth ivct as near at prat 'ticable to the mirth line of Riirhth avenue. tne orainance for (same Deinconnie in :be otllrc of the City Clerk, have applied to the Conntv t oiirt oi KiK K ihiand connty, in ine Mate of llli nois. for an s ssment of costs of said imnmve mem accordmtr to benefits; and, an assessment thereof btvimz been made and returned to uaid court, the final heariiie thereon will he had at the November term of haul court, commencing on the 8th day of November. A. D. iw.s. AN persons desiring may then and there appear Hated at K.rk island. Til . this th day of tx to her. A. D. 1-vsb. .T E LOO LB T. HAVIOHAWES, K. E. ZKIULEK. i'ommii'stoupr' C FECI At ASSESSMENT NOTICE. Notice is hereby riven '.n all per n interested. that th-a :v t 'im il of the City of Hock Inland, having ordered that: Thirty tiflh street be g-aded from the cnire ol Si-venili aveimc. sfiiith to the city Jamis. the ordi nance for tame beinc n file in the ofhrn of the City Clerk, have applied to the County Court of Rock I-lan'l rounty, in the Slateof Illinois, for au sse;siiic",t of the costs of said imtwveraem sordini; to Iw-nelits; and an assessment, tbeieof hunnc wen made and returned to said court, the ttna h-artni: thereon will be had at the November term of naid court, commcuc .n; uu the Sth day of ovemher. A. D.ISWi. All pertHMis desiring may then udO Ihere appear aim mile tneir aeten' e. Hi ed at Kork Island, III . thlf ilh day c,f Oc totter A. I). lHi. I- S MeCARE, M. O CONNOK, K H. BUCK. CommitioDcrs. Maverick National "Bank, BOSTON, MASS. Capital - - - $b00fi00 Surplus - - - - 400,000 Accounts of Bunks, Bankers aud Corporations emU'tted. Our facilities for COLLECTIONS are excellent and we re-discount for Bank when balances warrant it. Bcmtim is a Reserve Ciry, and balances with ut from Bunks mot luvated in other Reserve cities) count as reserve. We draw our own Exchange on London and the Continent, and muke Cab'e transfers and idaee money by telegraph thruuuhout Uie United blales snu attaua. Government Bonds b ncht and sold, and Ex changeH in WacUiuirton made for Banks without extra charge. We have a market for prime first-class Invest ment Securities, and imite proposals from Slates. Counties and Cities when issuing bonds. We do a cencral Banking bniuess, and iuvtte corresp. mdence, ASA V POTTER President. JOS. W. WOltK, Caslsitr. oct-30 duAsbm Bulbrd & Loosley, -OENKKAI.- Insurance Agents. The old Fire and Time-Tried compaoiec He preeeuted LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID. Ifttes M low asn Reliable Companv can afford Your Patronage in Solicit1 CVOfBce In Ami Btor.h.. A IIOMACK OF RESPECT. BARTHOLDI AND DE LESSEPS CALL UPON CLEVELAND, WESTERN INVESTMENT ! Two-etory brick buslnpfs house, frontr two main street. Crowing County Seat. Kan 8a9. 5 OOO population Wit) sell hiiniwitre and im)lement Imi nines s Part cash, pnrt long time. ExtahMshcd eight years. Annual salee SUIT THOUSAND. Be quick. KANSAS HARDWIRE. Box 554" 8T. JOSKPII. MO. Accompanied by Count tixia, Hecretury Bayard and Olhcra The lutrmlurtlon In the lilne Parlor M. d; Lesseps Ad dresa and the Kepty of the Chief Kxecu tlve Friendly Feeling. Washinoton City, Nov. 5. M. BarthoMi, De Lesser, nnd their companion who ar rivwl here Wednesday evening aecomiiauie'i hy Count Sala, charp d'affairaof the French kation calhxl on Kecretary Itnyanl at tho state doiartnienl aUmt non Thur1ay. Af ter a short interchange of compliments tho French visitors acwinpanioil by Keeretary Bayan! prix-ewie! to the ciwtttive ni-msion, where they were receivel by President Cleve land in the blue parlor, A (lor tlw intj'oduc- i' ii 11 THE PRKSIDICNT RECEIVINO THK VISITORS. tions, which woro made by Count JSala, M. tie Jjesseps, spvaking for his exmMi!ious, Ueliv ertxl a brief address. He said: As president 'f the Fi-atico-Anteri.-.in com mittee I have tlx honor to ffr tn you the homages of resjieet of the French delegation, which came to attend the orenionies of the tatuo of "l.iltMity Kuligbtmnfi tlw World." I am requested to say tt you on their In-half that before leaving the Cniteil States to re turn to France they earnestly desin-l to y their resHts in the executive mansion to the chief magistrate of the great Amecienn na tion, at the bands of which they have re reived during their stay many tokens of the deejicst and siuoervst synivithy. Aiii'tig them none should tie regarded as more imiMirtant than the faet of your being pnsent in New York the day the statue of the distinguished French artist. Kartbotdi, was unvei)el. Your not d and eleatetl utteramis on the day of the inqosing (xrasion of VS. have moved ns devplv. lestined to strfnpthenthe secular friiMidship of our two nations your words wore pieivel by our countrymen with the feeling of deep satisfaction which I am happy to express. K very one of us will al ways remember the kindness you showed us ami will also recollect and carry away with w the examples of liiiertv under the'law we witness!. 'p hoi to enjov the satisfaction thnt our mission will have contributed to consolidate the ties of friendship which unite our two republics. Mr. 1'resident, accept our heartfelt wishes for yourself and family and for the prosperity and welfare of the ieople of the 1'iiited iStates. To this the president responded by saying: I am much pleased to receive thost ho represented the people of France upon the interesting occasion to w hich you have re ferred. I hope that the significance- of t lieu visit will be fully ajpreciot bv the people of both nations, and that the visible, tangi ble, sign of friendship which we have seen so permanently placed, will be a constant re minder of tlio duty wo all owe to assist in the maintenance of the most cordial rela ti'tns tietweeii our two ctiuntries s honor atly connecteii in thetast, and having so many common purposes and interests in the present. 8ttHMtln nt th Tnlon Sto4k Tanls. Chicago. Nov. 5. There were no further strikes at the stock yards Thursiav morn ing, although it is expected that th men at the otlier houses besides Swift's anl Mor ris1 will go out before long, as many of them are dissatisfied a' being compelled o work ten hours. Swift ;wid Morris oontmu? to ship cattle to the east to l kille-i. and the former has a strong force of ni 'u at work. The strikers are quiet and the only act of violence on their part wa- ao attack Wetinesdnv night on Henrv Levy. Nelson Morris nepiu-w, who was lieatn almst into insensibility by a gan of men. Swift iid Morris have signed the a-ivemerit a rtinst the eight-hour day. The lorm'r will impoct, it is said, exitert work 111 n from Btt?ton and other eastern points. Creamery Itutter in Connecticut. TVashinctox City, Nor. b One of ths largest manufacture of oleomargarine in Pittsburg wa? at the internal revenre bureau w ednesday. and expressed tlie opinion that the effeet of the law would b' to inciea ; the manufacture and sale of Mibstit ute. f-T but ter. The farmer3 in ttu? wvo.Ien nutmeg Stat' haw been buying o.leom.Hrgariiie t-tnii with butter, anti it is proitahle thnt the ticOesMty of bnmliiig packages in biokcu up this trade. McCain Oeclared Insane. New Yoi:k Nov Ti. f .T Aldcnnan Mc(':ito chum m. it 1 n m ThurMlay in Part J of the court .d general sessions Uiftre Judge Cowing. Aft-ra jurv wasempatiele,!, Dr A. Uiimmiaid. A. E. Alt Donald tin t A. 3b Lin - l-.iniU.n. U-shli.tl Huit th.-y hid nndv a thoiouh ex amination ,t McCab-:s mei,t;-.l ouditi,.;i, and that tliev Mi t'aljB will be scut 1 uuu i1 t!,e s-laU Tirf In a Kliu. Ka. tir. Pohtland, Mt.., Nrv. .V A tivo m thf slwe niaimfn. hi v of Shaw. IJ iliu - Co., on Mul Jl" .-'ivfi. at B a ni. UViiJ.ir. nm l'l.v Rott.nl ttis bail ti'i '. Mojt of the liu- bior-k anl souk1 tn.it jiu.'rv wiTc s.aVH.1 Tlie li&s will ( lobaWy auMUUt t or mori'; mil mMinxl. licwiii;;, Mill.Liii ;t IX. i're ilauiagwl about i.UJl' bv viatur m- Soiutthliiic for thv lloer to "Kl.k" at. U'sixm, Nov. S. Mr. Edward .Stanhope, seoirlaiy for colonies, has aunouncd that western .ultilin.l w ill form a new nnul'lic: that eastern Zululand will be reserved for th; Zulus with s Jiritmh proUxlorate, and that it t he Zulus so desired ths Boer uro- tertorate would be abolished alUijrethor and the entire coast placed under British protev-- non. 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, IfAt4T to a Load of Tramps. VirifSMITRil Miiis K A . 1. 1 . - .v.. w. m-'tllU-lUOa freight train on the LouUvil'e, New Orleans & Texas railroad was wrecked six miles above hen, thirteen cars Iteing ditched. There were forty tramps on the train. One was killed and eleven were woun Jod. The wfltnded were brought here mid sent to tho Short In His Acconntn. Cikcinkatl Nov. 5. Dr. Thomas Har- court, dentist, 14J West Sixth street, it is al leged, is 10,000 short in his accounts as su preme treasurer or the Knighte of the Golden Rule. He has also been short tlSCXi as treasurer of the Universal brotherbooxf Public Hotlce. Anyone having business with the A koi b office after 6 p. m. (m the event that the office is closed) will please call at Wit mans & Gait's news stand in the p gidnY.j building, who are authorized to transact business of every nature for the Anm-g. Cheap Hall Boxtt. The finest mail and paper box ever in noted It for tale at the Aroub officfi at the tow prict of 11 each, The nne bos ets!s? ten THE NEWS IN BRIEF. Lord Lonsdale's valet has some $30,000 in vested in London cabs. A young woman has been elected president of the freshman class of Welfesley college. The grave of Helen Hunt Jackson oe Cheyenue mountaiu is covered with ttu cards of those who visited the place last summer. The Empress Eugene will visit Queen Vic toria as boon as her majesty returns tc SX indsor. Hhe is to leave Famborough for Uenoa Nov. 10. 1 The Baltimore Hoi-seshoo Company's works, at Baltimore, which were placed in the hands of an assignee Wednesday, were burned dur ing the court proceedings. Low, $100,000. The celebrated house of Grouson, manufact urers of cast steel war material , at Bucan, Prussian Haxouy, has been converted into a Kthk company, with a capital of 9,000,000 marks. John L. Sullivan and "Pataey" Cardiff signed articles Wednesday for a six-round contest at Minneapolis altout Jan. 1, the winuej to take 75 per cent, of the gate re ceipts. Ex-President Andrew D. White, of Cor nell, is said to have the finest historical li brary in the country. It numbers over 300, om volumes, besides many valuable manu scripts. Thimias Garrett, of Alabama, is 1 19 yean old and is said to have voted the Democratic ticket as long as the party has been in ex istence. He cast his vote for Thomas Jeffer son for president. In the superior criminal court, at Lowell, Mass., Wednesday, Mary J. Davis, the 4-ytvtr-old colore.! girt who attempted to poison a family in Wilmington last summer, was sentenced to seven years' imprisonment. The Minneapolis flour output touched the high fipuri-s last week, being the largest ol aW single week in the 3-ear, 157,170 barrels lNi,.vtt barrels for tho proceeding week, and by. twit 1 liarrels for ttie corresponding time in ixv. The duke de la Rochefoucauld paid much attention to tlie daughter of Senator Mitchell of ( regon, w hile she was iu Faris. He is ex pected to spend the coming winter in Wash ington. Miss Mitchell was educated in Eu rope. Hon. James C. Hobinson, one of te leading criminal lawyers of Illinois, died Wednesday at his resident e in Springfield, in the tiod year ot his u-i,. Ho l:ad been confined to his bed but a lew days, mi i the latter stages of his hieknrss indicated tli.t his malady was dialietes. Mr. Robinson was born in Edgar county, Illinois, in IS4. "The Stork Market (.Igantlc Hell!" WiLKEsPAUUK, Pa., Nov. .V "Don't spec ulate; th stcM-k market is a gigantic hell, with tlh- devil in charge." That is what James iS. R.Ui-ts told a friend about two weeks ago. Wfdneslay the lifeless body of Kolifi-ts was found banging to a tree in a small sU ipol woods on'the mountains a short ilistan-e out of town. He had first shot him self and thn j.iuiKtl frm the tree. Roberta wa general manager of the big firm of L. C. Pau.' V Co., packers, until recently, when on account of trouble with the house he was compelled to resign. Ijeft penniless and without means of support he committed sui cide. Ho was at onetime worth $C00,000. He ltavesa widow and three children. A Court lion and Contents Rurned. Lancaster, N. If, Nov. 5. The court house here containing court and jury-rootn5 and the probate registry of deeds and su preme court offices, was totally destroyed by Are Thurstlay moniiug together with its con tents. The county records of all kinds are destroyed. The building was a large brick structure erected in IStl at a cost of $30,000. The law office of Judge Ladd was in the conrttiouse and with his valuable law library was destroyed. The building only was Insured. The Yarht Atlantic Sold. New stork, Nov. 5. The sloop yacht Atlantic which was built this year to com pete for the quern's cup was sold Thursday at ttwtion. She was built by Phillip Ells worth for the Atlantic Yacht flub and cost fU'1''. The yacht after considerable bid ding was knocked dmm to Mr. L. A. Fish tortV Vtii Mr. Fish stated that he would probably have her remodeled. Tlie C ramps to Take a Contract. Nrw York. Nov. .V It is stated that the Mess. (.'ramp, shipbuilders, will accept th ontra' t to build a dynamite gun cruiser for tlie government. THE MARKETS. Chicago, Nov. 4. Quetiitbms on tlie board of trade to-day. were a follows; Wheat No. 2 November. oj-ened "1k-14C dosed 73c; December. ojened iti4'-, 1 ii-s-i ii'V: Jatiuarv. ooened T.rfW rlused ;.'lw- Torn -No. '2 November, opened &k ch se-1 .."i6Hr; December, opened 37ic, i-lOMr.1 "4r bid; January, opened X,cloeed JiTse. i'at- No. 2 Novendter, opened and emsea lKcenilhir. oeaed l;nr. closed -'"' ; January, openetl and closed -7e. Pork ovemitr, opened and dosed nom nal; Ihve no?:, openui Si'.St, closed 8f 30. 3 ear. opened and chiswt p .27. Lard Novem- ucr. ojMHHi anil elieU S.i.H. Live M tick The I'nion Stock yards repori the follow inp range of prices: Hogs Market ottencti active Hml Urm, with all uartiea bav- 111 : at :-t. bfc: liihur prices; lifrht grades, $X5i i-r ,.'-; ruuirn patknit;, .j.oUM.0; heavy pack !l fhipl'iiur lots, :i.7a.U.W. (.'utile- Meotv; tteeves, ".,,.-1.0,'; 0W8, $lji'.i3(U sttN-kcrN ?im.ri. ."-hceii-Common, fuMMU Prodnee: Putter-Best creamerj-, lUrrciV iir 10; tirfl tiairy, iiic; packimi. ejitJc Eiias. Strict I y freh. 17'7.1fc iter doz. P011I. try t'hieki-n., ti.Mltyc ir lb; ducks, 7(Trjk-; tur- fcejs. t-.- KW; W.Wnt.m ier doz. Potatoes- Koi-ly Hose and Beauty of Hebron, 35 v ei iai. on iracK. rturuanks, -4lc. New 1 ork. New York, Nov. 4. "heat - No. 1 led t.ite N art ai Ntt. - r.-d witit t November, JvWe; do Decera- ovr, M'y. i era No. mixed cah, 4iAr ii NevemlH'-, 4Y-xc; do Decern tier, 47c. Oats- No. 1 white stnt,. :Vy-. N;i. do. S-ir; No. Hiixeo .ovetniier, Kyc Dull. Barley -uiniri:u. fork - Dull; nw nis. Stl'tru ;e .j. in-i 0.5. Uit etnur; o.4.' January. M. Lou In. Sr. Loris. Nov. 4. n heat Weak and V'T4 lower; No. 2 red c,.;u, .t-,.; i..mKr. .-V-w; Jannarv. 77W: May, Kr-j' r Corn - Weak a-id lower; - "f.-n cbsii. iifotMac; December, .fan nary, Xr; May, Hftc. Oats -Weak; No. mixed cah, r.Urilr-: Nvpmhr VAl DecemK-r, "i-: May, 4c. Bye- Easy; 4 w ""Shy- si.m. t'oric-Mrons; t.7i.7'. Uim I'll in; t;t.'X-W. Toledo. Toledo, Nor. 4. Wheat Oiiiet and easier: wtsh. tr- rwom ber. Tln: May, rCiU,-. t'nrn tstendv and dull; rash, ase. OkIm - Firm: cah.27f bid. Clover reert - Relive Hint easier; rwh, 4.U7,4; lHcem ber, f4.42'-U .'win ry, ?4.rfl. I) tndu DrTHorr. Nov. 4. Wheat No. 1 white cash, i ; rash Mirh ian ml. ;-c; No. 2 red. 74c cash; 7tWc bid NoveniiH r: ;7?- Deeembcr; f-5)v: bid Mat'. v om ..). s.yic Uata - o. 2, V; No, 2 white, Milwaukee. Mll.WAI'KKK, Nov. 4. Wheat- Weak; rafh.7mc; Decerober, TSJc January. TM. Corii-gulcf No. 2, a,. Oats-tSieady; No. 2, 2tlc. Rye Firm; No. L Kit-. Ba r'c Ste Ad y; No. 2. 52 c. H(M-K INI. AMI- ai 21 1 li.i-T'm tUn 10 U'. iirn ild i?r; Xtw 3 Pot'.ic.K :'ir4'A . fteonf 5.- CorriWio1 fi.rtl. Mraw - jbm. mmmmm k livkk mm. CVUDTflUCl I'ill.T nr bad taste in the WlRllUIHwi mouth ; tongue onatcd white or covered with a brown fr; pio in iho bnrk, sides, or joints often niwtflkcu for Ktietuiuttfcui : BOUT Stomach: los of apfu lite; sotnetiniee nausea ami water-oraeh, or intltestinn : llilulen cy and acid cructctions; bowels atlernalely rop tive and lax; headache : biss ef memory, with a painful hein-;in.ni of liavii,. f iiled to do something whichoiitit id Iihu b'-in dtme; de bility; lowppid's; a thick. y How appearance of the ckln and eyee: a dry eotih; feer; ret lepPDese; the mine ie acauty ami hi-rh cnlureil, and, if allowed to stand, depolsts a sediment. PURELY VEGETABLE, Ip generally ned In the South to arouse the Tor pid Miverto a healthy action. It acts with extraoplmnry efficacy on the L' KIDNEYS and BOWELS, An effectual ppecilic fur Malaria, Dyspepsia, Constipation, Rillmusness, Sick Headarhc, Jaundice, Nausea, Colic, Mental Depression, Bowel Complaints, Endorsed by the uw of 7 MILLIONS "f 1 t tles. as tlM' BEST FAMILY MEDICINE fur Childreu and Adult f.ir h- ONLY GENUINE has oar letter Z etamp lu red on front m w rapp-r. J. H. ZEILIN & CO., Sole Proprietor,, PtIII.AIiKI.IMIIA, I'A. PUIl K Jt m. c3 o z o w u a- O O v. (- . a o O OJ H 3 E 2 j : CQ M COOK STOVES! RADIANT HOME HARD COAL STOVES, AT WILIARD BAKER & CO.'S. Rock Island, Opposite Harper Hons Illinois. HIGHLY IMPORTANT TO MLEM. I have just received my first installment of my Foreign importations of FINE WOOLENS, FOK FALL AND WINTER WEAK, And extend a cordial invitation to my patn ns for an inspection of th? same. Very finest work, Lowest piices, and perfect fit guaranteed. J. B. ZIMMER, No. 1810 Second Avenue. Kock Island, 111. FJRST-CLASS SHOE SHOP (Eithtet nth Street under Hock Inland Nat. Bank. JOHN O. FREED, Proprietor. tSpccial iiitt iitioii iaiii to fine f netom W'irk Kt'tmirine done neatly and (irompily. 100 DosOl (iar DolUf" I. Irt m,1 nf BoDds BafSsffJIisi tad It It M ui)fi estH a-MsPt iri ti5'h .tut mm JOHN T. NOFTSKEB. OAK if I, V., t his is an entirely New Pattern of Soft Coal Stove, -ITS SUCCESS- Hasjgone far beyond our expectations. Have been put, out this season, and it ll-.cr I....... ..11 .1... LI li ii.io rau .in inn ruuiiiiry COI11U do to till orders. On exhibition and for sale by David Don, let? giwnttt Atffiti. hj4