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Rock Island Daily Argus.
UOCK ISLAND, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12. 1886. PRICE FIVE CENTS VOL. XXXV. NO. ft Second Avenne corner of - . a i tnj. Eigiiteenm OX. y J TIT . 1 11 comDarison in our line of Hats and Men's Furnishing Goods generally 6 DAVIS & CO., PLUMBERS AND Steam Fitters. A co'iilvte tlocfc of Pipe, Brass Goods, Parking, Hose, Fire Brick, Ste. ok a cure for- Deeke's Block, Moline, III. Telephone rvi Lkune Steam Pumps, -U SHJHT FEUD LUBRICATORS, Wv rir ii!t"i t-vt-rv mm" perfect. nn-I will wend Cups, twenty 4a s" iriel, tu res(KHiiMe p-irues. t -i-ja Safety Heating Boilers, and Contrae !fe X lors for f'l'iiishing and Laying 'j?"" Water, Gas and Sewer Pipe. 1712 First Ave., Rock Island, Illinois. Telephone 1U8. Ititndence Telephone 17 FALL -8G. -WINTER 'P7.- HOPPE, e TAILOR, (successor to and late Cutter for I. I ibei man ) 1803 Second Ave., Rock Island. FINE WOOLENS, CLOTHS, CASSIMEKES, Worsteds, London Suiting and Trouserings. (fyLurgest nail rm-st cumpli-te sto'ok at the Lowest l'riws. Par icular Attention given to Good Work. AND OTHKR FIRST-CLASS MACHINES. S. H. MOORE'S ewing Machine Room Tbird Ave., and Twentieth St., Rock Island, HI., and 32t! Brady Street, Davenport, Iowa. SIT'Terms and prices defy competition. All kinds of Machines Repiired and Warranted. Oil, N ilM n t -mtHe- f ir all km i -if M v.'iioei ket iu tn:'t. PATRONIZE V. P. Tin d all's SALE AND FEED Livery Stable, 113 and 1615 Third avjime, ROCK ISLAND" LL. First-Olass T urn-Outs. J '-V'V PV m hi Sisrh V Glove. Gloves! Gloves! Fur all kiudi Gloves and MiMuns iill and ft BENNETT'S STOCK Over f00 different styles, warranted to fit and will nut rip; gloves for every bodj', and no shoddy. Gloves cut to older and repaired. GEORGE BENNETT, No. 1605 Second avenu, Hock Islond. J. T.DIXON, MERCHANT TAILOR, And Dealet in Mens' Fine Woolens, 1706 Second avenue. HAWTHORNE'S OYSTER PARLOR, RESTAURANT AND BAKERY, 7 No. 1611 Second Avenue. WSpeclul attention paidjto furnishing pxnics, p.miea, etc. EL WILCOX, DEALER IN FLOUR AND FEED, ,-,r , Cr" FUIth ATe" "nd Twen,yfourtb 8t, Kroger-. Old Stand. niCH lOW-Qocd. a,Uv,r.d fH. u, uj p.rt of ttorltT. Atr'.r-U CRPFICE5 SPECIAL flAVOR J I natural nnn I FLAVORS MOST PERFECT MADE Prepared withst-M it-Kurd to Purity. Kti-Pitpth anil Hfnlthfithif r lvtr.--iPnknm I'ow.ifi i-ont iitti tin Aimiiomr.I.tmiANitri or Wo -phnr. lr. Prire'i E&Uitct, Vamlla, !iCinon, vtv., Itavor dtli.-oUfcly PWC BAKING POWOfR CO. Cfveoqo and St. Laek. HALF I ENT A WOBK Tue Ahq-jh hereafter will pahlih in thin col umn all ,i IvertitH'nii-iii.F' of I, out FountL For Rent ForSale, Bont or Kiras, Wanted, and similar notice, at the low rate of one-half a cent a toortU jnch fiurt' a word, bnt no ad verti semen L Icpp triHii K'li rents J TER CENT MOKTGAGES Iraprtfi'frt lowa Farm". St'cnrity 3 to 5 timesthe loan, and inapt'eted in ecD case. CompK-ted lo.tiif always on hand for eile, Slze of loans 1200 to 10,000 Tlme"f Knne ft yeare. Ooly choietBt loan handk-d. Htferences and details given on appltrailoii either in uereon or letter. H. M. DEN LEY, Attorney at Law. 214 Main St., Davenport, Iowa. Tost a shawl, on sixteenth s-treet between Third and Fifth avenues'; find er will leave Ht thi! otlicf. 3 J'OK ItENT A DWELLING IIOVSK f rixiins, in i ooi oriUr. J. D. TAYLOR. ST-1 v IVOU SALE A DAUK SOKKEI. -- horse, m x vt are old a ymd hiiLTv hore ; ti tjtiire of ' VM. TKOSTKL. .i lit M Kirt Avenue lh?tel. Vull KENT A SUITE OF KOOMS on K"'htet:nth wtreet, between Second and Third aveuue. 1 J. D. TAYLOR. U.ESMAN WANTED A REL1A- -'b!e sakma:i; app'v nt onrt. KDWAKD P. SNELL. :)4l NurMTnian, Hoihtt-ter, N. Y. LiK SALE ylXTY LOTS IN MY AD - diiioiiit o the Hty of Koek Uinml r.n four yv&r- Iv ti.ivnienrp, who l-itercni hi em jer cnn per an nun' UAVKNPOKT. Maverick National Bank, BOSTON, MASS. Capital - - - $400,000 Surplus - ' - - 400,OW At count-of Batik''. Bankers and Corporations eohutrd. Our facilities forCOLLECTTON'S are excellent and we re-diM'uuut for Banks when balances warrant it. ltti!ton ij: a Keierve Cit. and balances with dp from Kan to mot iDciiteu iu other Keeerve titles) romu nt. reserve. We draw our own Esrhance on London and the Continent, and make Cahie Transfers and olacu u;oi y by telegraph throiihuut the L ulled btate ami t a nan a. tiovenimi'nt Bond b -uirht and fold, and Ex ch.'insi'S in Wat-hiiiUm made fur Banke without extra charge. We have a market for prime finl-ctaw Invetit- meiit SeenritieT-, and invite nro(iwalr. from State?, Counties and t ilie when losumc tKiuttN. We do a reiieral Bitnkiu' buciueni. and invite correpondenr , ASA 1 POTTER, Pretiident. jos. W. WoiiK, ca? hii r. oct-idw&m AUCTION AM) COMMISSI OH W. H. LUNDY, AUCTIONEER WILL Attemi Sales Uf IITUEB CITY OR COUNTRY, at moderate charges, or ReceiveConsignments and make prompt relarni. noond Aenn BOCK I1LAID IU. Bulbrd & Loosley, -QENKRAI,- Insurance Agents. The old Fire and Time Tried companies lie presented LOSSES PROMPTLY PAUL laice ap low ac an Reliable Cnmpnny can afford lour ratrnn ace n tyiiiciMT 0T"(fflre in Arena Block.. O. E. MILES Engrayer 01 ffool IfiXEOUTKa CUTS OK Uuildiiiga, Machinery, Por traitH, Animals, &c. Also Electkutvpe Plates furnished In anj nnmWi. Office and RiiHidtmCP nar of chrietian Cliajel, otatty nirtml, WlWWi; n ana ftlD, DAVENPORT I A25-CentBookforl2-cts. EUREKA RECITATIONS, By Mm. Ahma Kabiiiii.i. l)rnt., the reli lirated teacher and eloc-Hionlft. Five itnmbcn now ready. fe..ieh out" containi H8 pa-rei and hand fomv lifhok'raph etiver. Vtico only K centi cat h AddreafJ. 8. tlun.VIK !., nnliljHtter (H. 11. box7ir7) .H Kocim(.Nrw Yirk. Bl-dl WESTERN INVESTMENT ! Two-ciory bri. k bripims hounc, frontn two main Htreettj. CrowfiiK Countv Seat. Kan 8a8. 5 OOO pt'l'itltliou Will II hardware and implement buKinefK Part each, part Ion)! time. Kntabllfhed eight vt-'nrx. Annual ealev SIXTl TKOuBAIiD. Br quirk. KANSAS HARDWARE. 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. BETRAYAL AND DEATH. DISCOVERY OF A TERRIBLE CRIME IN GEORGIA. A Woman, Seeking Kedresa, Follows Her Runaway Lover from ludtana to Geor gia, Only To lie Murdered by Hltnle taiU of a Kecent Crime by Maine Poachers Criminalities. CHATTAN&OGA, Term., Nov. 14 The foul murder of an unknown woman in White aeki county, Georgia, a few mile from Pal ton, has thrown that section into the wildest excitement, w hich fc being; Intensified as new discoveries are made. Two men passing through the woods had occasion to cross Mill creek, and saw the dead body of a woman lying in the creek. When it was removed, to their horror they found two ugly holes in her skull, from winch the brains were oozing. Tbe woman's boly was clad in an old wrap per, tied on with twine, and her feet were bare, the chestnut-brown hair of the mur dered girl being in disheveled locks over her shoulders. A great mystery surrounded the affair for a while, as no one could identify the girl, and she had never l?een seen in that section. About tb.9 time it had been derided to bury her body, Robert Springfield, livery man, made a startling discovery. He had started out driving in a buggy, when to his horror he found one side of the seat covered with fresh clots of blood and hair. He re membered having rented the buggy the night previous to a young man named Charles latton. 1 he suspicion dawned on his minl quick as thought that he bad obtained a clew to the horrible murder, and ho notified th ollieers. They went to Putt oil's room during his absence, and found a valise tilled with woman's clothing covered with blood. Within ton minutes Patton was arrested, and a little later he and his chum. Will Hall man, were in jail charged with tlie awful murder. The web of evidence began to draw closer and closer around the men as the mystery unrav eled, and an angry crowd gathered in the streets. The two men begged Sheriff Poorch not to allow them U be lynched, m-otestiiu: that they were innocent of the crime. Vat- ton ime to Dulton recently from In li.ina, and, being a young man of good address, soon secured employment. It now appears that bef ore he left Indiima he seduced his sweetheart under promise of marriage and then fled. The girl, when she found that she had been betrayed, followed Patton to Palton, hoping the might induce him to carry out his promise and marry her. When she met him in Palton he pro fessed the greatest love tor the ciii, and took her out riding in the buggy on which was found the blood. When they reached a se cluded spot Patton took a hatchet and deliber ately split her head open. The murderer then stripied his victim, placed the old wrapper on ber body, and threw it into tbe creek. The name of the murdered girl has not yet tieen learnea An autopsy was held. which revealed tbe fact that she was en ceinte. Latkr. Charles Patton and Will Halt man, the two men suspected of having mur dered the young woman, made a full confes sion of the horrible crinis Thursday. They will probably be lynched. COLD-BLOODED MURDER. How feberift Hill and Heputy ile Mere $hot bv Mine Poachers, Machias, Me., Nov. 12. Monday last Sheriff Hill and a deputy named Ntles, actr ing as game wardens, were killed by poach ers who were hunting deer and whom the of ficers, it is supjiosed. attempted to arrest The only witness of the murder was a boy named Frank McReavey. He says he was on his way to a deserted cabin when he heard tbe sound of loud talking, tioing nearer tie saw Sheriff Hill make an attempt to cat?h a dog. Tbe dog sprang back a few feet and prowled. At that deputy Sheriff Niles said: "Pon't touch him, he'll bite," Hill made no reply t hat the boy bean I but drew bis revolver and amii at the dog. The owner of the animal called the dog and told Hill to put up his revolver, "(let out of range, said Htll The next moment the owner of the dog ftrod and Niles fell dead. Another man said, "Take the othr." Hill lifted his wearton into line, but before be could use it he w as shot dead. The lov was then discovered, and the murderers were about to do away with him also, but evi dently thinking tlie loy too simple to reveal much of the crime, allowed him to go. Hill's tKxly was brought here Tuesday night. Cir cumstances point to two persons named Mc Farland and Graves who are both missing and supposed to tie biding in t be wwxls. His Partner Watt a KhhcaI. Milwaukee, Wis., Nov. About a year ago Charles Mtttag came hre from the old country and invested 'Ji.ono in a livery business, into which he took Charles A. Lor enzen as partner. The latter knw a little more about American ways and manners than Mittag, but had not a cent of money himself. Monday Lorenzen abstiiteil him self, but appeared Tuesday night, went to his house, got his wife and liaby and sister-in-law, and then took a trai'i for unknown parte. His partner alleg-s that Jireuwu was thoughtful euough to take ?iHMi ,(f his Mittag'js money alon. No traee of the fugitive has yet liwn found. Sinful new in Detruit. PETRorr, Mi h., Nov. l Mary Morgan, unmarried, went into Pr. Jt P. tiiistin's of fice Wednesday nfternoon, complaining of illness, and died late in the evening. The coroners investigation showed she died from the effects of an abortion, which was in formed on hnr last Sunday nigVt by Urs James N. Hollywood nnd Ij. K fluids. Hollywood has been cmvrned in similar matters liefore thus, having served a trm in pristm several years ag. Child s ls his wrt ner. The girl's seducer, 1'houtas ( 'atU.liii--. has lieen arrested. Inhuman Parent. Akrcin, Ohio. Nov. Z Samuel Quillen, aged was Wednesday convicted of incest with his two daughters, now aged ii and 1.1. Evidence showed that the fiendish prai'thvs has leen kept up for two years, ami that the virtue of the children had been sold by both mother and fatlier. Terrible feeling against this inhuman brut) exists, which, if it takes shape, will hang him. The extreme penalty under the law of Ohio is only ten years in the N?nitentiary at bard labor. Pnt Poinon in His Beer. EasT Sauinaw, Mich., Nov. 12. AtTay mouth, this county, Tuesday, P avid Smith, O. C. MeOugaii, and Hugh Steward indulged in a jug of beer obtained from a neighboring saloon by Smith. After drinking all were KudJ-'iilv taken ill, and Smith died Tuesday night. It is reported that the others will probably recover. It is said that Smith placed poison in tbe beer with suicidal in tent, and tlie dregs lodged in the cup from from which tbe others drank. Texas Fence Cutters Killed. Rrowwwood, Tex., Nov. 12. Atapoint ten miles from this place Tuesday night, two fence cutter named Novell and Roberts, were killed by a party of state rangers dur ing h tight. Fnblic Notice Anyone having business with the Akuus office after 6 p. m. (id tbe event that the office is closed) will please call at Wil mans & Gall's news stand in the postotnee building, who are authorized to transact bumnees of exm nature for tbe Akocs Cbeaf Mall Boxat. The finest mail and paKT box ever in vented is for sale at tbe Aitorja office at tliA Inw nriee of 21 each. The samp ho la sold everywhere at fl 60- Call and as-i-niDfl ttaro THE NEWS IN BRIEF. A l. year -old Kansas girl secured a di vorce last week. The duke of Connaught has been ap pointed commander of the forces in Bom- bay. j Two teachers at Hatibon, UermJhy, were fined KM) marks each for teaching Polish chants to the children under their charge. The famous Blenheim "Madouna" is the most costly picture extant. The duke of Marlborough, who owns it, values it at 1 $350,000. The output of flour at Minneapolis last week reached loo,0W barrels, the largest of any week this year. The exports aggregated 70, m barrels. Jessie H. Lord, aged 55, a well known ed itor, fatally shot himself at the grave of his wife in a cemetery at Hartford, Conn., Tues- day morning. A Russian claims to have discovered a 1 process for reducing petroleum to crystals for transportation, to be easily reconverted into liquid form. Ivanc Cline, of Pittsburg, has been re elected president of the Window-glass Work ers' assoeiat ion, defeating Mr. Burns, of Streator, His., and two other candidates. At Pes Moines Wednesday evening, Miss Ma C. Hultin was ordained and installed as pastor of the Unity Unitarian church, the Kv. J. 1 Jones, of Chicago, preaching tbe sermon. The European diffusion process of making sugar, w hich has been tested at Ottawa, Kan., by employes of the national depart ment of agriculture, under the guidance of Professor Wiley, has prove! successful in the' highest degree. Window-glass manufacturers of Pittsburg aud tlie west held a meeting Wednesday in the Smoky City ami formed a synUcate which will control production ant I rtgulate prices. Thomas P. Catlin, of Ottawa, Ills., is chaii tnan of the committee which will draft the plan of organization. An informality touching the posting and signing of election not ires has been discov ered at Manchester, N. H., which may re sult in the election of Hayms, Hep., to con gress, the defeat of the Pemocratic mayor, nnd the selection of Sawyer, Ilep., as gov ernor by a vote of the people. All the knit-goods mills'in the state of New York, whrh employed S',iH.H men, women, ind children, have declared against the Knights of lviilwr. Two of tlu nulls have yielded, but the others are being filled with non-union men. The strike was caused by the factory owners at Amsterdam refusing to promise that in ease a cotton "jack" was put in o;cration it would le placed in charge of a uieinlvr of the Spinners1 union. JAMES D. FISH. t Hurts lie in g Made to Secure a Pardon for tbe onvii ted Hank President. AritrRN. N Y.. Nov. 12 Pr. John G. Johnson, of Brooklyn, the family-physician of James P. Fish, the convicted president of the broken Marine bank, of Tvew l ork, ar rived here early Wednesday morning, and immediately after breakfast called upon Fish's daughter, who is living quietly on East Genesee street. After a hnef consulta tion with Miss Fish, Pr. Johnson went to the state prison, where ho was met "by the prison physician, Pr. Hoxie. Fish was called tothe wardeu's rorni, an 1 the two doctors made an examination of th? convict cx-tiatikcr. The visit and examination are part of the plans of rish s friends to get him a pardon, and judging from the results of the visit his friends thiuk they will he successful. 'The fact is, said Pr. Johnson. "Fish is in tlie same condition as was William H. Van derbilt just bef on his death. He is almost blind, ami, although a fine penman at tbe time 1 was his physician, can now hardly write legibly. 11; can not live much longer and in humanity onht to be pardoned that he may die outside prison walls. Both tbe prison physh tan and myself will sign the re port and 1 sutiose it will be incorporated in the petition to President Cleveland." A Had Cbrtstian Paper. Lonsviu.E. Ky., Nov. 12. The testimony in the Converse trial was resumed Wednes day bv the prosecution, and evidence was in troduced to show th it the reputation of Con verses paper. Tlie Christian Observer, was bad I he ( on verse brothers are charged with violating the ninth commandment Postmaster Appointed. Wamunc.ton City, Nov. The post master general appointed Thursday, among others, th following namtd fourth-class post mast . ts: Ohio Miss Rosa Miller, Cicero; P. W. Stratum, Lake View. Illinois S. West all, Pa.sturehVld; W. A. Mattox. Sorento. A Mine Pjre HxtlngulhbHl. Conxei.iville, Pa.. Nov. la. The fire in the -Standard coal mine has been extin guished. The los was not so heavy as had I teen feared and the mine can be reoened. THE MARKETS. Chicago. Nov. 1L yue.1:ititn on the hoard of trade to-day were as tollows: Wheat No. 2 November, ojened 7-ii.je. eloped T:i-ac nominal; Pe- ceniber. oldened 74,s-sc, cluett 74Vj-V; Uiiiuarv. n neu ami ciuacd ..pc. Corn No. - Noveuiber. oi-t-iied a.V' asked, c losed 35"-fec nominal; lHuitjer, i jieiied . closed fs-U1; .iHtiuaiy, oinned anti hed bid. nts- No. 2 November, oiieneil Xa asked, clow 1 'Jic nominal; lVcember, oiened eh -ed 'Ji'm- ji;.ked; Jaiiuarv'. opened and closed HV1 askefl. Pork November. ettened jf.Lii. clotiefl J4.Ji0 bid; lieceuiber epene-i i'.K I7'a-Jit. doh d bid; Year, opened amt (ltiM.nl 5-'.t.J. notmmil. Lard Wove m ber, oieiKd and closed bid. Live Stock-The Cninn Mock yanl r'iHrt the follimini; ranu'e of prices; I loss -Market opened fair y a live and steady at yesterday's 1 nce. now wenk nii l prices Ictidinu: lower. Pfk-ri t'Uyinj; lovly: linht prudes. f:t.xj .i . t; rtiu-n i;:i( kins. !.' - heayrwkinK mill1 shii'pnn: lot is, S.i..M;i.Hii. Cattle-Slnw but s: iiri; h eves, ;i.4oi.; "; cows, fl.fllfp ii.iM; slot kcrs. IU. Sheep- l'u- hanged. Jl'.tW-j 'i. H); hulk. -'., i,;i.40. I'rohiee; LutU-r Fancy tTeainery. OtJ.'ftc ht )h: goKl dairy. ISV pack: me. 13c. EizKS-Slrictly fre-h. lHc imtv doz.; h. boa. 17a I V s . Poultry Chickens. 7ft7W- jierlh: du k,-, rt-v; turkey, 9c: Koe-. JO.UO ftr-ti .si per 1 -i.; (ir'sae.d twhllry Hiilc higher. i'oiat'es tverh 'tiki, 4Uiv4.n; per bu. on track; Early Kose an. I Beauty cf Ibbrrn. 4ihc4:ie Apples-Fan iv tood shipping, $t.M).$1.75 per bW. New York. New York. Nov. 11. Wlieal No. 1 red elate. ftV; No. 1 white, Mr; No. 3 red cash. 4 ; Ileceruber, &VV bid. Corn No. 3 mixed cash. 45c; Decifmber, 45 Hsiceti; .likiiuai y. W-fr- nsked. tHt- No. 1 w hite Kta!e, ;!7c; Ntt, 3 do. .'55'f . Pork -Pull; un changed; $ l(.;7i 1H.7. for new. lard Firm; NovemlK-r. pi. eked; Iecembpr; asked; January. t). jusfceil. Toledo. Toi.boo, OhK Nov. IL Wheat - Ijowr . qaift; ca-h. 7c; Decem ber. 774 ; Jai., wiry. ".9c; May. Htc. Corn Lower, qiiie : ash. ;ic: May. 4I;r. 'at Firm; r.-h. 37' vc bid. Clover Seed J met; cash. 4. t; iHscembcr. ti.'Xu Detroit. Pktroit. Nov. 11. Wheat-No. 1 white. Wjr; cash Michlsr.m red. 7irtsc; No. I red. rtilf t-asli; .tic bid No vember; t bid December; 765gc January; WH' bid W-ty. Corn--J-jc bid. Oata-o.', as. . No. 3 white, yt'je. RIX I IBLANI. Oai 2.ic Hay Tmi.tiro Slfl.OJ Hiiy-Wim-istli. Hv -M . Torn -ld 42r; New 4lc Potnuwe Obioart fjOc. rvwi-Hofi iuc:rai(l I8 W CordWona f .25. etraw B.09. Hara Coal Market Grate aud egg $7.75; range Ho. 4, and aut $6 00 ner ton. screened nnd Hulivtwui or best quality- of aathntclte coal. . 0. FluzKii. MALARIA. "If people could only know what a splendid medicine Simmons Liver Regulator is there would le many a phy sician without a patient and many an interminable doc tor bill saved. 1 consider it infallible in malarial infec tion. I had formany 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. I Jones, of this city, 1 had de spaired of ever being a well woman again. Simmons Siver Regulator was n-coni-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, audi am now in per fect health. 1 know tlie medicine cured me, and 1 always keep it as a reliable 'standby' in my family." Respectfully, Mrs. JIakv 11 a v, ';mi'i n. Al:t ONLY CENUINE hae our letter Z ?tnv " r"'l '"i hmit f r:i';j- r J. H. ZEILIN & CO.. Sole Proprietors, PHI!. YllKl.ntl A. ! A PHIi K ll.iii. COOK STOVES! RADIANT HOME HARD COAL STOVES, -AT- WILIARD BAKER & CO.'S, Rock Island, Opposite Harper lioum Illinois. C3 O CD o c-1 o 03 m .5 o on o V 1) c o 1-1 H w . I have just received my first installment of my Foreign importations of FINE WOOLENS, FALL AND WINTER WEAK, Aud extend a cordial invitation to my patrMis for an inspection of the same. Very finest work, Lowest pi ices, and . perfect tit guaranteed. J. B. ZIMMEB, No. 1810 Second Avenue. Rock Island, 111. FIRST-CLASS SHOE SHOP i E:lite ntb Smet under Hw k lliidXt. Bunk. JOHN 0. FREED, Proprietor. tSH'ctal attention paid to fine Oit-t"in Work. Ken.'iirtug done neatly and promptly. JOHN T. NOFrSKEB. I f this is a't entirely New Pattern of Soft Coal Stove. -ITS SUCCKSS lias gnie far beyond our e.e latioi,f-.' . OverWveHiW Have been put out tliH seas iii, and it h is ln-en all I li Foundry could do to lilt order. On exhibition and for sale by David Don, i J 1 i I I if I