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Rock Island Daily Argus.
ROCK ISLAND, TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 9. 1S86. PRICE FIVE CENTS VOL. LUV. NO. in. Second Avenue corner of yk Eighteentii e change y 6jo S comparison in our SV line of Hats and Men's Furnishing Goods generally B'"'-; w"e E & Safety rV& tors Deekk's Block. Moline, 11. Telephone a3 TW ft. FALL 'S(j. - WINTER '87. HOPPE, the TAILOR, (successor to and late Cutter for I. l.iberman.) 1803 Second Ave, Rock Island. FINE WOOLENS, CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, Worsteds, London Suiting and Trouserings. l?"Ijrgest Mill most complete stock at the Lowest Prices. Par icular Attention given to Good Work. AND OTHER KIRST-CI.ASS MACHINES. S. H. MOORE'S ewing Machine Room T aivd Ave., and Twentieth St., Koi k Island, 111., and 32C Brady Street, Davenport, Iowa. fSTernia and prices defy competition. All kinds of Machines Rep tired and Warranted Oil, : I.m in 1 u ipli! f.r all kin 1 of M lchm ".a key! in stock. First-Glass ' Over Ti'JO differs ni styles, warranted to fit and will cot rip; gloves .fjfj;. for everybody, and no shoddy. L'fS"' Gloves cut to order nml repaired. 1 m3xa&&s Sigh Big Glove. J- T. DIXON, MERCHANT TAILOR. And Dealei in Mens' Fine Woolens, I 706 Second avenue. . HAWTHORNE'S OYSTER PARLOR, RESTAURANT AND BAKERY, 7 No. 1C11 Second Avenue. mrgfecUl attention paid.to fnrnijhing p;cnicj, prue3, tc E. WILCOX, DEALER IN FLOUR AND FEED, . , 00F' FUrlh ATe" Twenlyfourth St. Kroger'. Old Stand, f HVII LOW-Ofoode nelirered free to any part of tKcitv, DAVIS & CO., PLUMBERS Steam Fitters. A complete gtock or I'ipe, Brass Goods, Packing, Hose, Fire Brick, Stc. Sole a entt. (or Deane Steam Pumps, SHIHT FEED LUBRICATORS, ir.uit - v fv:T Dm' p tCwm. anl will -end Cups, t n U " ui-1. In tvdniMbtc purlieu. Healing Boilers, ami Contra' r il" fin iiisliiTur !Uit1 1 ,n vino Water, Gas aud Sewer Pipe. 1712 First Ave., li:ek Island, Illinois. Tf le..rirtii. 114S. R tmlenco Telephone 10H7 PATRONIZE W. P. Tindall's SALE AND FEED Livery Stable, Kilo :ui(i 1015 Third av.-mic, ROCK ISLAND, ' LL. Turn-Outs. Gloves! Gloves! For all LinUa of Gloves and MiMens rail and i'lHpect mm BENNETT'S STOCK epaired . GEORGE BENNETT, No. IC'l.) Second avenu, Ko.-ik Islontl. I SPECIAL hi? INATUIWinMI FLAVORS MOST PERFECT MADE Pretwwl with strict mrarrl tnFrtrltT.fltWt(rtft M HeiiUhriilntHu. Ir. TTi.f'n Riklrnc Powdfr contains, no AimniiMiia.J.inc.Aliiin or rhtfhatt. Ir. I'rtiv's Exlntut, Vanilla, Lemon, etc., flavor detictously. PBtCe BAKING POWDOi CO. Chkap and St LaA. HHHHnsnatHRKr HALF-CENT A W0l. The Aropr hereAffer will pabliph )n tliiP col umn all a'ivriitemeTit8 of I Mint. Pmmrt Fr Rout. For Sale, Bord or Kooms, U nnted. nd nimilar noiifes, at the low rate of one-half a cnt a word. iaoh fltrnre a word, bat n. advertisement it 7 PER CENT MORTGAGES ON Iinirovcil Iowa Farms. Securiiy 3 to 5 timet the loan, and inspect rtl In eaeD case. Compitted Iohiic always on hind for pale, Stze of loane $200 110,000 Time - f loanf 5 years. Only choUrtt loam handled. lt-ferenc'B and detaili jivf n on Hpplk-artnu ei l her in enKn or letter. 11. M. HENLEY, Attorney at Law. 414 Main St., Pavenport, Iowa, I OST A 8HAAVL, ON SIXTEENTH --'r.trt'el twtween Third and Fifth avennes; And cr will leave at thip ortire. -it PiK KENT A DWELLING HOUSE uf tx rooaiH, in jod order SMw .T. IJ. TAYLOR PoR SALE A DARK SORREL lii-rfc. e z yiare old a irooi hnpirr hnrxp ; cn fjnirt' or HM. T HOSTEL, ittit At Fitrt Aveiiat- Hntel. Volt RENT A SUITE OF ROOMS on Eighteenth street, letween Second and 1 mm avtiiut'. 17 in- J. D. TAYLOR. VALESMAN WANTED A RE LI A - hie salesman: appiv t one biiviAr.li r. aciu. 9U-41 Niirwryman. Roeht'fter, N. Y. PoK 8ALK, SIXTY LOTS IN MT AD ditjin- othpfdyof Rock Inland nti four vear- ly pA mentM, witn li!reitt at t wt an tiara' B UAVENIM-KT. Maverick National Bank, BOSTON, MASS. Capital - - - $4.00,000 Surplus - - - 400,000 Account? of Bank. Bankers and Corporation Ptillrilrd . Our facilities for COLLKOTTOSf are excellent and we re -discount for BankH when balance warrant it. Boston is a Reserve City, and balance with from Bank (not located in other Reserve cities) count an reserve. We draw onr own Eichanpe on London and the Continent, and make Cahle transfers and place money by telegraph thronphoot the United States ua t. una'iH. Gorernment Bonds b-ncht 8Tid sold, mnd Ki changes in Wanhinpton made for Banks without extra ciiaree. We have a market for prime flnt-c!ass Invest ment Ber unties, am! invite proposal from States Conutiesand t ittes when issninc nondH. We do a ceneral Banking bDatneai, and iu vtte rorrenondtnee. ASA P POTTER, President. JOS. W. WORK, Cashier, or i -;W dw Aftim AUCTION AND COMMISSION W. H. LUNDY, AUCTIONEER Attend tSalea m KITH IB CITY OR COUNTRY, at moderate charges, or ReceiveConsignments and make prompt returns. aeond Afenne ROCS ISLAID ILL. Bulbrd & Loosley, -OKNGIIAI.- insurance Agents. The old Fre and Time-Tried compiniw Ho preeented LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID. lates ae low as an Reliable Company can afford lonr ratronaee is oiiciieo ar"Offlce in Areas Block. O. E. MILES Engrayer on ffoofl. EXEOPTEa CUTS OF Buildings, Machinery, Por traits, Animals, &c. Also Electrotype Plates fnmi.hod In anj namhet. Office and Residence rear of Christian Chapel, wiauj Diiim, uuiweeu vlu aim oin. DAVENPORT IA A25-CentBookforl2-cts. FUDFif a DrniTtTinn By Mrs. Anna Rawuali. Dam the celebrated teacher and elocntitmist. Five numbers now "ut- njnLins ifcB paues ana nann " 1 "Miwronii nrr. rnce only l renie eavQ. Addres-J B. Ot4ILVIBA CO.. publishers, (P. O. bOX 97ff7l 31 RfMA .lt V.ir Ml . WESTERN INVESTMENT ! Two-etory brick business house, fronts two main sirecw. crowing county Seat. Kan Ban. B OOO tM)l)UlatlOU Will IM'il hurrinm. and implement bnsinnsa Part cash, part lonp time. Established elcht years. Annnal saImm SiATI XnUUSAflU- ifcqiurk. JLAAoAB naBDWnRE. Box 654' st. Joseph, mo 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. ANOTHER PARTY FORMED. PROGRESSIVE DEMOCRACY" ORGAN IZED BY GEORGE SUPPORTERS. The rial form Declares War on Monopo liea Uiddleberger of Virginia lit an Important Kole peculation on the Kext Senate M Gill's Kleetion Con ceded Political Ciinslp and Point era. New York, Nov. 9. Henry Gwrjce's sujv porters held a meeting in Coopor union Sat urday night at which the 'Trogrwlve mocracy," as their ntw party is now called, was born. John MeMaohem, the Rt. E.1 ward MeUlynn, and I'rofe-sBor B. S?ott wro appointed to frm an orKani7ttiiu. The platform of the party derlarps that the nominal defeat, but actual victory, of the party at the polls last Tuesday was the open ing of a new era in American politics, and urges every lover of truth and justice to co-operate in carrying on the work of puri fying political methods. It advocates equal justice between man and man, anil the prin ciples of individual liberty proclaimed in the declaration of independence; upholds an equM distribution of the products of labor; affirms that the earth belongs in usufruct to the living, and that one generation can not grant away the equal rights of succeeding generations to its uses. It declares that tlie system which disinher its the ma(ses and compels human being? to buy with their sweat the privilege of living and working on this earth to tte funda mentally wrong; ht'ls that everything pro duoed by nxw lielongs to the producer, and hol.ls that the value which attaches to the surface of the eart h by reason of the growth of population tflons to society at ltr and projioses therefore to abolish all tax-ttion upon buildings, iinprovcnnts, pmluction, and, by taxation on toe value of land nloi e, to provide for purposes of common necessity and benefit. The platform declares war on monopolies of all kinds, particularly railroad and telegraph, says the liepiibliean party has outlived its usefulness nn 1 become rotten, and christens the new party with the name "Progressive Democratic.' The Rev. lr. McUlyun said, in the courw of a lecture on the luMr question in Jersey City Sunday night, that the land doctrines taught by (Jeorge were almost similar to thosw held and preached by Jesus Christ. The lwturer condemned th-? tlieory of Malthus and said that h- w.v a bljts;iheiju'r against the just to of titui when bo enun ciated his law of population. SENATE POSSIBILITIES. Klrtdleherger, of Virgin!,, the Pivot 1'pon Which the Senate Slay Turn. Washington rrv, Nov. tt The IV-m-ocrnts are lookinn with n good deal of inter est now on the errat c Kiddletierger, of Vir ginia. T1m llcpublicans have now six ma jority hi the senate. If the Democrats eWt Hearst, of California, to succeed himself, gain two atfi from New Jersey and Indiana, and lose one sent from Nevada, where Stew art is likely to succeed Fair, they will maben net gain of two, for t hey have already gained a seat for Virginia The senate would then stand thirty-seven Iieinocrats and thirty nine Republ leans, and if Riddlebergor re la paed into the lemocmtic party the sennte would be a tie, with Mitchell, of Oregon elected by Democratic votes, and Van Wyek of Ne braska, general ly to lie relied on to stand by the administration in case -of any factions at tack bythe Republican senators. The Dem ocrats outside of Virginia would bo very glad to welcome Riddleherger back to the fold. Riddleberger himself broke with Ma hone a couple of years ago, and has lien co quetting with his first love ever since. But the Virginia Democracy is rather unforgiv ing, and having been jilted once is not much disposed to kiss and make up. With the lie publicans be will be a majority; with the Democrats he can make a tie. Mr. Vil.in Explains. New Youtr, Nov. ii. A Washington spe cial to the World says: "A representative of The World called upon Mr. Vilas to ak him about his alleged iolation of the presi dent's order. 't is tine." said tren. Vilas, "that I did make a speech last Monday night at my home at Madison. The report sent out to the press that I hail partitipati-d in the contest and assisted in the manipula tion of the canvass is wholly false and with out the least possible semblam-e of truth. 1 did not rea'th Madnou nut.il Sunday night previous to the election. On Monday 1 spent an hour and a half of the forenoon convers ing with Iriends 1 happvned to meet on the sidewalk and called at- The DmwTit cfti t or fifteen minuhes. It was natural 1 should call upon jny old friends. After I bad in dulged in a brief tail I returned to my nsi dence and there remained until evening. 1 was asked to add ress the pL'oplo iu ctainec tion with other gentlemen, some of them promiueiit aul well known tiirou.h the state."1 Views of an American Democrat. London. Nov. !. An American D-'nioenit writing to The Dailv Telegraph says tiiat the result of the American elections can but lie regarde-1 as a catastroph e l . aii- it has re versed the result of th presidential ect ion of 14, nnd condemned the political impo tence of the fuderaJ .Klmiuistration emrgm from that election. Under tlte rigid svst:n of the constitution, Tuesday's victors insume the inwpmsilile musti-.i of Hi1 situation until I. This will cement t(" alli ui -e U t ween Mr. Wain; nn J th l' !.di K rtder-f and will give Mr. l;iain a stringer isi-.it wn in thetioldof Am'ricm i.!it-i"j l!i 1 1 !;.' lull when he imjiosed his pnsidriri.il cdu ft da. y upon the Reptibliean jwirty in 1M. Met; Hi's Kleetion Conceded. St. Faitl, Minn Nov i. The official re turns now cover stventy four counties in the state out of a total nf oi.;htr, on I the' seventy-four counties give Mciili a tnaj-iriiv of L',ti$7. Five counties are yet lob. li-aid frtan. The five combined can not hrinre t ho total enough to.umk McUilPs ina joritv les. than 2,(nw nor mmh more than The Democratic state central conumtt.e con cedes McG ill's electiua through ih sheer force of tlie figures returnt-J by the ohViat count. Most tif the menitiers have gone home and given it up. P. H. Kelly conejded Mc Gill's election Satitrxlny night. Carlisle'ft OpHnent to Contest. Cincinnati, Ohio. Nov. 9 Geonre TVoelie, candidate against Speaker Carlisle for congress in the Sixth Kentucky district announces bis intention to contest the election of Mr. Carlisle. He claims that after tho contest became very close the returns in tha back counties were "doctored;" also that his reiiresentativer sent to watch the official count were gnon no consideration whatever, and in one instant were threatened with bodily injury. Keturns from West Virginia. Charleston, W. Va., Nov. U. The latest returns received here indicate Carr's, Fusion, election as state senator from this (the Ninth) senatorial district by a majority of 105. Synder, Dem., is re-elected toconirress from tlie Third congressional district. Competition has reduced the fare in Lou don 'busses to 1 penny. Public Hottcs. Anyone having business with the A in inn omce iier o p. m. (in the event tlmt tli office in closed) will please call at Wil- mans & Gait's news stand in (lie ixwn.ffice buildiDg, who are authorized to transact bUBinees of everr nataro for the Aropb Coeap Kail Boxes. The finest mail and paper box ever in- Tented is for sale at tbe A nous office at the low price of $1 each. The same box la sold everywhere at f 1.50. Call and ex amine them THE NEWS IN BRIEF. Mrs. Myra Clarke Gafnea' five grandchil dren w ill have $l,U00,O(J0 each from her es tate. Dry murrain is sweeping off the cattle In the vicinity of Parsons, Kan., iu large num bers. The friends of H. M. Hoxie, manager of the Gould roads, deny rumors that he is in a critical state of health. The. surplus resarve of the New York banks is f.5::,',!tU The clearings of the Chicago bunks tor lat week were $j3,8iJ,47L The ex ecutive committee of the exposition at fans has granted l,.V)i),000 francs for the construction of a tower !W4 feet high. The oleomargarine interest at Chicago during the past week paid 43,71 1 to the col lector of internal revenue for stamps. Fred Wilkins, just elected county clerk at Milwaukee, appeared in the circuit court Saturday and took out his naturalization pa pers. Tho authorities of Harvard college have received authentic information that Presi dent Cleveland does not desire the degree of LL. D. The prolong-id war between the express conqtanie has brought rates down to 75 cents kt UK) pounds from New York to Chicago. Gen. Charles E. Lippeneott of Chandler vide has been chosen superintendent of the new soldiers' home at Qtiincy, Ills. His term is for tne year. TIh Hack men's union of Montreal, having made the discovery that man was com manded to keep the Sabbath day holy, has utx-ide4 to abstain from Sunday labor. George Tho.'be gives notice that he will con test the sent in congress for the Sixth Ken tucky district with Sneaker Carlisle, on the ground that the returns were doctored in the b-ick counties. President Cleveland is about to appoint Lieut. Col. John Moore surgeon general of the army, one reason for the selection being that he failed to ask for the place. He hi now on duty at San Francisco as assistant medical purveyor. daring Donovan. He Makes -n $iiccefnl Jnmp from the Suspension llridge, Niagara Falls. NiA'iAHA Falls, N. Y., Nov. K.Law- renee lVnonn, of New York, who recentlv jumpvil from 1h" Brooklyn bridge into East river, vmip 'i successfully from the new sus peiv.iou bridge, a little pat the center 1!0 feet at. fi;.Vi Sunday morning. He came from Buffalo Saturday night and staid at the Siist-ens'i m bridge. His jump was wit nessed br four or five persona, including Professor Haley and (Mr. Drew, a reporter. He went str light down, feet first. He came up somewhat dazed, but struck out for the loaf, in whcli were Messrs. Drew and Haley, was taken in, and stimulants were given him. H- is not seriously injured. One rib is prohthly broken and his hip is brused. He sniii letore he got out of the water that he would not jump again for $1,00-1,000. After ward he satd he would jump next summer for Sd.oou. H slid he wanted to jump at KochcstiT and then quit the bxsiness. A Hank Swindler In Conrt. MoNTTiEAL, Can., Nov. !. A sensation has leen created here by the prosecution i n tb couit of queens liench. before Judge Ramsay and a full jury, of Napoleon K. Ibbe, an exchange broker and private banker of high standing in the city for twenty years past, on an alleged charge of conspiracy with Mer cier, the ledger clerk in the bank, to defraud the bank by allowing the accused to over draw his account to the extent of $13,000 without the knowledge or consent of the manager. Kail way Collision. Montreal. Nov 9. A special from Rog ers Pass. British Columbia states that a seri ous collision took place there Sunday be tween a passenger and a freight 1rain. Twc p-fcisengers. J. Code and William Karle, wert fatal ly iajurcd, and two freight hands, Hec- t,r Mcr;utlln and James bpencer. A I'rmuinent Milwaukee Man Dead. Mii wu kee. Wis., Not. 0 O. J. Kale, a prominent and wealthy toard of trade man was found dead in his bed Monday morning oi licau iiL-case. THE MARKETS. Chicaoo, Nov. 8. ;uetuiii'ti- on the board of trade to-daj wen- a H'Miws: Heal o. z November, ojK'iie't . t jc, closed .-i!! nominal; December. iwiirti ;4'm-. 'closed T4Hc; January, opened T.''mc a.-kJ, t ln. d 7"l-4c bid. orn No. 2 No VfaiWrJ ".'iie.l &Ut-'. closed Decem- icr. i ie:icti closed ;V: January. oit-ne-ii .,'. c wu .rio nm. tiats-No. Z No vcmher. ovne-l and closel Zii&r; December opened and rl.rspfl 3!c; January, opened and t'lesel IH.'-.r-. I'nrk -November, opened $ft.25. t loed j'.'.-iiiiskeil; December, opene-1 fl' ZT1, fio-ci pr-i H-kett; i ear. opened f.2B .-ItK.sl f'tU nominal, lrd November oft'iie! :itnl closed f;.H7 nominal. Live Ste-k-The Tnion stock yardn report the I'ollowin ri'iiu'e of prices: Hoirs-Market oiH-iH-d lud and weak, with pric-j3 IjujJDc lowin only four packers were on the market; fhipiHTs hiivt- ordr Jfor about JO.flX) head ltclii (nile. & .i,.;:;.,ii: rouch nacktnt:. fa. (.:t.4J'; heavy ps kinir and shipping loth, tl.il t:.i.,i- rattle- Active: fat cattle firm. $3.Mg 4 e.i. ii..rs. wenk, 71.!itfS.7 stn krrw U"ieL ?l.7:.ir;. Stieep-Stron for L'ood i'nxlu-c: h!ilt- r Kiincy crvamerr, aSifi jh r lb; troiNi dairy. lMtJ0r; pa k ux, jUic, K'j;i:s-Stvii'Jly frch, lT'.ilrM' kt doz.; itte- PMui'-e. n..M.e. l oitlliy-l birkens. ilittt jiertb. dn--vs. sj-jS- jc: turkfys. jrees... fii.ULi i" i.ui pt-r urr'-seft iwiultryTlc huher. i'MLitoeii-lt.irliLinks. 40d 4Sc ier bu. on tra-k Ivirlx liose an i lieauty of Uchron. aria43c. AiU'lcd- Fail to yut id bhippiug, .ij0yd.5 pei UI1. w Vitrk. New Yohk. Nov. 8. WIhm -n. 1 tt-i -i..t...ssi;h.; No. Swhfti do. sc: i do. J:H.4; No. i red Decern ber. M:v-: do .laiH'rv..t,-. Corn No. mixed , 4.i-4.'; Ii.TeinlH:r. HiV" Januarv, 4ac. t:'. No.l white state. ;.; No. 2 do, Ittc; No.; miv.d Mur. ;frv. Hye-Dull. B-I-v--N"m. tn.il. I'eik-ihilL ii,-w nteMH, tlit.;tTM. j 10.75 Laid- t.:t, IH-Cftnlier; I0.JJ. January. M. Lwuls. iT. Ipir. Nov. 8. S Wheat - Meady until noon, after which wai likjc ;i1m-v hatutdm; Na - red cah,74 .; iNof iiiikt. jrf'f.teni;; i;ecemitr, .Win- May. xi-t4-S.tc. torn -Easter; No. 2 mixed rash.riLHW; November, JJc bid; December. :l4c hu. May, t)tsDull; No. 2 ca-h Jfv4iC-. Whisky-fl.lll. fork -Steady . Toi,Kw, Ohio, Nov. 8. heat Quiet and easy; rash, 77c; Decern- ber. .Hi-: May,KV4c. t'oru -Quiet; rash, JCf4c. M ay.r,41" Oats - Firm; c.ish. CTijic. "In vet Seed-Quiot; cash, t4.:fiiS4c; De ember Uetroil. Dktroit, Nov. 8 Wheat - N. I while cah, (fte; caHh Mtcld pan red. Tt'.U,. fl.id: No. 2 red, 7tt4o bid cash Nevemlier: 1j,-4-: December, 7lc bid: Jauu y. ; May.WUr. Curu-bsc. Date-No. z. see; an. 2 white. Wc. 3Itlwancce. MlLWAt'KKK. Wig . Nov. J. Wheat Steady; cash. 71fte; December, T-'tv; January. i.i'4c. Cern-bteady; No. 2, Vt4 lals-Quie); No. Uye-Searce; No.l WVrtO. Uai ley -Higiiji; No. 'i, 5c. WHI ISLAM. H.iv-Tim,.ialfl oi. Mny- Wi.l 8.(wi orn -ld 42i", New 4'c. PotAteei :ft."ij4or . fltiinn fVk-. rvwl ttnft pit : -nl W W Cord w"l- $4 25. Straw -10.09. Hoods sarsapariUa, actio e through the blood, reaches every part of the system, and in thiB way positively cures catarrh, csrAiLiKGiSrEciFie for liek mm CVIIDTnili T!'M,'r "r t;,"t the V I Hll I win w nicutli ; tontrne eoHted white or covered with a luown fur: pnin in ihe hack, sides, or Joints oftt-n mistakt n for Hltennuitini; SOUr Stomach', h of appetite: fi-imi-tinirs nanca sua wan r-hraMi, or indiiriiion; tlnhilc n cy and acld-erurtotieir; twmelii altemntely cos tive and lax; headdChO- 'osn vl memory, with a painful nenpaimn of having failed to do something whichought to have beii donv; cfO blllty; low spirit b;.s thiok. yellow itppcaritnre of the tkln and eye: a dry couch; fever: rest leane9e; the urine is scauty and hih colored, and, If allowed to stand, depolpts a aedimcut. ISIMMOHS LIVER REGBLATQB. PURELY VEGETABLE, la eenerally aped in tlie Honth to atoupe the Tor pla Htverto a healthy action. It acta with extraordiiiiry't ffirary on the T IVER, KIDNEYS and 50VELS, Ail effectual epecinc fir Malaria, Pyspcpsia, Constipation, I!illiounri, Rick Headachr, Jaundice, Nausea. Colic, Mental Depression, Bowel Complaints, Endortrd bj thf ue of 7 MILLIONS f liot tlen. tin- BEST FAMILY MEDICINE for Children anil A. lull, mi! f.i r ONLY CENUINt has oar letter Z Rtamp in ml on fr.-nt .1,' vra.. r. J. H. ZEILIN & CO., Sole Proprietor, rllll AIM t.l HIA. I'A PHlt K f I .im. o3 o .5 o O CO c v P S J .1 J si V a I O '! 03 " (J OS O fa O T TI 1.T m T vX Tumi r t W"Tr- -m W 1 jt&t rA 1 - FSSSJ, I ,!lis iiS aM '''ly New Pattern of Rg?&m&m&BKZL y Has -ne lar beyoml our expertations. COOK STOVES! RADIANT HOME HARD COAL STOVES, - AT - WILLARD Rock Island, I have just ivcei tt my first installment of my Foreign iinjtoi latioiiH of FINE WOOLENS, FALL A N 1 ) WINTJilt. WEAK. .A int extfinl a ctinlial invitalion to my jiatrf iih for an inspection of tliv same. Veiy linesst work, Lowttit piices, and pel feet lit guaranteed. J. 13. ZIMMER, Nu. 1810 Set ond Avenue. Kock Island, HI. mmw mj tyi-pi-oal attcmiun paid to fine Custom Wurb. Kpiiiriin; dntio neatly and promptly. j.- r Un exhibition and for sale by- Tb A VTT. FlraXT 1617 BAKER & CO.'S. Opposite Harppr Hourb. Illinois. FIRST - CLASS (Eliit-ttitliSiiitt undrr Hock MamlNat. Bank. JOHN O. FREED, Proprietor. Soft (Jail Stove, fltrnn Cntrnn ITnnfliinil Have been put oat tliis season, and it has been all th.) Foundry could do to till orders. Strcond Avenne, It ck Island