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Rock Island Daily Argus.
VOL. XXXV. NO. 24. ROCK ISLAND, MONDAY. NOVEMBER 15. 1SSG. fKICE FIVE CENTS COMPETITION DEFIED. PRICES WARRANTED to be 20 to SO per cent cheaper at the HARPER HOUSE DRUG STORE Ttiiit) at iiny oilier Diug store ia Western Illinois. Not only our Patent Medium s but ou nil btandurd Drugs, Fancy boons ana Mis cellaneous articles. Bead the cut rates: Poz.onfs Powder $.30 Sail Mascalille S .70 Wright's Extrae's L'a Milk Magnesia 33 Warner's Safe Cure 8t Pierce's Favorite Prescription 70 Aihh.phorous 72 Pierce's Discovery -. .70 Pond's Extracts v- -83 Trask's Magnetic Ointment 16 Hunt's Remedy 65 Hamburg Drops 30 Hansom's Hive S rup 20 Hamburg Breast Tea 13 llmhand's Magnesia 2H Bucklin's Arnica Salve 13 Nichols' Bark i:cl Iron 70 j Electric Bitters 33 Kennedy's Prairie Weed 70 j King's New Discovery 63 Mrs. Allen's Hair Restorer 90 j Chamberlain's Cough Remedy 30 Heller's Cough Syrup 18! Eve and Skin Ointment. .15 Shaker Extract .45 j ' Colic and Cholera Rem. ,15 Simmons Regulator 70 ' California Syrup Figs 35 Smith's Tonic 70 I'UKSI'RI PTPlNS Otir Pr.-s.ripi inn department is stocked with the purest Hurt best geods in the warKet iio-1 all iirosi-ripn.iri sr.- .(mniiiinl..l bv xpeiteucett ami rellROle pnarmacists. 1 rices are c,iar:tiiee,l to be lower by E,l per com than elsewhere. MARSH A Li, A KIMIb'K, Pmp'ts second Avenue and Nineteenth St., Hock Island. Second Avenue corner o Eighteenth II We challenge comparison in our line of Hats and Men's Furnishing Goods generally. Clothing 1 SPECIAL I ! NATURAL FRUft MOST PERFECT MADE rrPTKmxtwHh Mr.--t r:'nt to TVr'v. FttriEnr' htH HiMlthftllMOs::. IT. 1'nif':. H it:t11 PnWdft CO'IMPH in. Mniii.nii.i t.im,litm .h I'rn. phat;. Dr. IVfe's EilrttvU, Vanilla, Ixiii-jii. ., fl.ivnr dt-nvi'.uslj PfttCF BAKING POWaCR CO. Gtkam af SI LtHiia. HALF-CENT A WOh'fi. .HI? A ROl'n hrvf f er wit iuhlth in tiita rol umn h11 aU'ertiriement of I.nst. Pound, For Rent irors.sle, Bo-tnl or 4wiinn, Wanted, sml similar notice, nt the low rate ol one-half a cent a word ach figure a word, but im ntlvertitement less man len renta 7 PER CENT MORTGAGES Improved lows Farm. Sfciirify 3 to ft timer? the loan, and itiepecttj in ram cae. Completed loans always on hand for utile. SIzvh of loans 1 200 to 10,000- Time 1 1 loans 5 yea". Only ckoiwt loan liamlled. References and do tail given on application either in pemm or letter. H. M. HKNEEY, Attorney at Law. S14 Main St.. Davenport, Iowa. IfOK SALE. OLD rATEKS IN ANY lIDIlllttV Mf rliiu..(lt.'u fti.xll. 'OU SALE. A NEW HOWKSK.V- ; Hiffhino with all tbf modern improve '. Enu'iire at After oftiie. For horse. quire of SALE. A DARK SOKKEL six vear ottlSa eood hiiL'irv hrst; 4' 1VM. TKOSTEI-. At Kir-t Avenue Hottl UoR BALK, SI XT LOTS IN MY AO dittont .o the rity of Koek InlatHl on four year ly pimeiit. with intertM at an r -t nt per a Maverick National Bank, BOSTON, Capital Surplus MASS. - fJtOO,000 mpormm, 115 and 117 AVest 2nd St., I have now opened the most complete stock of FINE CLOTH JNG and GENTS' FL'RXISUIXG GOODS that was ever shown in this market, and GUARANTEE PRICKS airaiitst ail other dealers. Robert E rause. I have abo opened a Special Department for closing out Odds and Ends, wherein you can lind good wearing goods for Men, Boys and Children, in all sizes. All these goods are re duced one-fourth to one-half of the original price, and marked in plain figures. ' Blankets, Blankets, Blankets, IN ENDLESS VARIETY. DAVIS & CO., PLUMBERS Steam Fitters. A conipiete atock ct Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing, Hose, Fire Brick, vAc. Dkkrk'b Block, Moline, III. TeKphoiie r.i Sole a ent for Deane Steam Pumps, SIGHT FEED LUBRICATORS, r.iJiraiitee every one perfect, and will send C'udb. twenty da s" triei, to reHJtisible parties. Safety Heatiug Boilers, and Contrao tors for furnishing and Laying Water, Gas and Sewer Pipe. 1712 First Ave., Rock Island, Illinois. Teleuhooe 1148. Riptdcnce Telephone 1007 Aci'omiti of Ranki', Han ken and Corporal umn colti ited. Our farililte! forCOl.LKf'THXS are exrtllent and we re-difcount for llank "hen balanco wnrrnnt it. Bonton it a Krwerve City, and hlnreM with n. from HanLn inol located in other Kt'ferve cilies) Count hb reserve. We draw our own Kehiuie on London anil the t'otituii'iit, ami nnike tnliie trtincft rs and place njunev by feh'irraph throughout the I'nited Statt-K and CfonWa. Government Ilomjs tvui:ht and wdd. and Ex chHiigec in WBrdiiutou made for Banks without extra charire. We have a market fr prime flnt-claep Invewt ment Securities, and invite proposals from Stutes. rounties and Cities wh n isnninc bonds. Wi' do a ceneraj Banking bneinepy. and luvtte corresptndenre. ASA V POTTER, President. .MS. W WORK, Cathie r. oct- dw&Mt;m THE STRIKE IS OVER. PowdtM-Iy 0nlied it oft' Last AVo nostla)', and Kepntod it Saturday. Interview with A. A. Carlton, f tlie K. 1 Mxecutive IStmrtl A Mtin(; willitliv u'keis Arranged What Mill Happen if No Settlement I ICt a lied Tulk ou the IJoyeott. Chicach, Nov. 15. In thy military dis trict at the stork yards Satimiay morniitg figures with unuy blankets wmp. d around their shoulders, in addition to- raj)e over coats, could le seen pat rolling tlio ae!niof and alleyways. They were meniU?rs of tht rirst and Second regiments fixed op for win tomervice. Every thins was as quite us t country village, the first im-ideut of tin morning wing tue arnv.i! ol ) m w ittei from the east for F owler's. These wro tt! lowed to proeeed to their ilestimitton w ith-ut fltU-mpt to molest them. An eniph vnfetit aKnt, who wants ..,00) laLoiws for the Mem poih & ftew Orleans ra llronri. notK to that effect aU.Mifr the town Katun lay morning, ana these were eagerly read by groups of striking lalxirers. IV ben tha militia had leen at. th sfo -k yards hut a day or two Earnest E. Orent head was arrested for alleged de'rtion. Ht was confineil in the guard-house for several days, and a court-martial was begun Thurs dtiyand coneludexl Friday afternooii, aftei t ho accused mini ia nian had testified in liis own behalf that ho had k-ft to g. t warmer cl'ftn-H, ;s he is consumptive and thought his lilo w. in dungor; be was re turning to eantp when arrested. The find ings uf th;' cturt will be traitsniit'i-1 ti th governor. 1 flllVATKCKEATHKAP. AUCTION AND COMMISSION W. H. LUNDY, AUCTIONEER WIi.l. Attend t5ales . IN EITHER CITY OR COUNTRY, at moderate charges, or Receive Consignments and make prompt return. ftcofid Aenr K0CK ISLAR0 ILL. Buford & Loosley, -GENERAL Insurance Agents. The old fire and Time-Tried companies Re prbBeiited LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID. tatep ae low ae an Reliable Company can tffow i our ratronaire if tfilicitec W(MJre in Ktku Block. O. E. MILES Enayfir oi ffoji. -FALL '86.- - WINTER '87.- HOPPE, TAILOR, (Successor to and late Cutter for I. Liberman.) 1803 Second Ave., Rock Island. FINE WOOLENS, CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, Worsteds, London Suiting and Trouserings. Largest aiul most complete stock at the Lowest Prices. Paricular Attention given to Good Work. EXECUTES CUTS OF Buildings, Machinery, For traits. Animals, &c. Also Electrotype Plates furniphed In any unmbft. OftlCK and Rcairicnc1 rear of rhriittlan ChHiitl, Brail) struct, IkIwiwc 4tll and 5(ll, DAVENPORT IA J. T. DIXOJNT MERCHANT TAILOR, And Dealet in Mens' Fine Woolens, '706 Second avenue. S. T. WATKINS, tSococMor to WATKINS & HILL.) Dealer in Dry and Green Wood. Will alo attend to Uanlii.i! of all cinde umce at vard, ronier of '."Tth street on c avemiti. K-iepnoiio fto. IIT. ; orders may l left ateillier pljwic. ,ct -'Jk-iM westFrn INVESTMENT ! Two.iorv hrich hnlme hotixo, frnntH two main ir.eie. CrowinK County Seat. Kan B3S. B OOO l''Mn!.tiiiu Will M il bardwarr aitti impimnt lui(iiiifi Part caoh. tmrt lone iifin-. afdiiiii.ncii fiiu. varK. AllDUal Mlefi Mill THUUSanU. Itcqmrk. KANSAS HABDWABK. Box 654 ST. JOSEPH. JKO. 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. thought tli.-it liTv?Ultal w.ts fmnil tul Mi . A. A. Cm ll.tn. lh. inmN-i- ul tin executive i4uinitue ot Iho Knilits oi lior wilt to "hti-ao Ity Mr. l'on.li.i ly to lt.l, nltvr sink.' at the st k J anls, us tinmo hy a rt'iK'fttT Waturtlnv moriiui. n-fjtt nt for a metinn with a rcpii''nijitivi oi ir emi'lnymg t'tukt-ix 'ls Mr. 1'owilcily com inj to Clm j;-:" t Ik' reporter aki'tl. "No, sir, tut l'c is nothing tor Inui to .to hero, ami it woul.l only In- a wate or Inui and nioio-y." ''What was the situation nt the sto, k j inf. mhenyoH left, Mr. Carlton;" 'I"rnetii'Hlly um hancert. There was n (jreat d'al or talk nKmt order frnt Mr. IViwH.-rlv dis lanug 11k-strike oft", hut then-is not'iilu; in it. t it course, we have lv.i in communication with Mr. t'ovleriy, hnt only on general mattei-s allcstoif; the oi-,ler. Tlio l'osition of tin- hiuhts 111 t.-ls strike ihies not seem U lie crullv mnlontooil The strike up to the present tmv is merely a local affair, enteral by the listiiet assi-mhlv. The or.hr ha nothinR of .lirwt interest in it l. yoml com mon reganl for the gooil of the entire Is.ly, which 1 am here to look after." "What are the proliabililii's of a hovcutt being ordere.lf" "If the only question at issue is one ot h.airs, as now appears, a bovcott can not 1 ptit on. When the packers adopted the reso lution liariuig out union men from their em ploy they practically inviu-d a l.yrott, and if the munition had not bven rescinded it would probably have come. Hy rvseimlin it. however, the tuckers did a sharp lliitii; and disnrmed us ot any chance to retaliate.' "Do you thitik the strikers are m the rishtr "That is a delicate point for me to tali, on The men have had a taste of the s ..ts oi eight hours' lotwr, and are naturally aim ions to have them rontiniml Locked up in their little community, they have no oppor utility of judging ,.f the slate of other mar kels andhouivand prices of labor, etc, at .ollu.'tmp wants. Tu.-y don't realize the sit uation and condition., at other places." "If you are unable .ifi. nh the pi k- j ers on a basis of scu(.itenr. ,at oi i. ,).. ! resullsf we meu wi;i eventually have to give in and go to work or seek other field. 01 tatjor. I hey are not in a spirit to do eitli-r just now. 1 see come of the pavrs i.t:ite!wt when tile rimi.Ji ol Foivderly ha in - .1,-. laie uie su ite on ivh. Iie.1 the sto -k yards th. men re.-eiv.-d it ith eipnsion. ol approlia tiotl. J he contrary is true. Huyie.elied it ttlth loud expnssions ot dissent and ojieolv sain iney wouio not ottey it. A pruunueiit Knight ot Labor gives the tolleBllij; on the boycott, which is now at tractm; p'li-'t-al attention: "The bovcott ne sant, "ailvise-t try the assembly of thf hjiighLs of Lalh.r nt tlie stock yaids, or even ov tlie ..4 hvr assemblies tier, and ov tlie tta.tes assembly have onlvi.H:.nl iniponauce. Cinuance of them is n.t taKen ov tlie Kninhta ot Labor ireiieral b.nlv Under the constitution, iu order to declare a bovcott which will at all atl.it tlie pickers, the district assembly h-i must make up a uaso in vi ritiiii forwani it to Powdetly and the e ecutive eonimitteu, and liaveth.it ho.lv p.i on ami m.lorse it. as IWderlv is ogaaiseil to boycottinc. envpt where the Kliiehtsof LatwrtsTawnly made war on: and. as th packers now take no snob stnn.l, a genera! liveott against any pu. ker is alto-ether im prooaoie. 1 lie i,j,al Ooycotts will have the neet simply to urlmb. tbnae orsanbatinM. sell lenient is hound to come .n. and the men will most of th-m lie back at work It was the indiscriminate f i he bov...i weajion thai es.eiully amused I'.o.deilv e a lew mouths ago." ......emi i.ecL.irer a. A. l arlton. lepreseul- ing me inignis ot ijiuor, and Mr Cudahy and Mr. Hately. repreaenting the jjackers, nein a ronterenw Isatnrday regarding the oasis ti a sett lenient of the strike, in Mr Hately'- orli. e m the Koyal insuinii.-e build ing, llie nasflmg was an amicable one It. lasted from l::Ul oel,H-k until noon At the outset Mr Carlt on- asked why the packet ere so uncompromising m ti. twl nour question. He argued, it i., said, that if eight hours weie enceded the men would willingly make a lonvspondiiiK re diirliou in their wagi. To this Mr. Hately replied at some length, lie urged ihat Chicago packers could not afford to in augurate a system that did not prevail elso whorc. Wherever a point rottM ! thus il lustrated h showed the books of his bouses and furnished facts and figures regarding the condition of the packing houses in other cities. Mr. Carlton paid close attention to everything tliat was said, and made some notes of the figures that had been read to him. "Mr. Carlton, that ia our case," said Mr. Hately, in conclusion, "and that is why we can not compromise or yield on the Ques tion of hours." Mr. Carlton then left for the yards, where it is presumed he will confer with the local leaders and very soon bring the strike to a close. The impression among the packers I seemed to be that tber bad convinced him of the sound iiess aod justice off their posi- HuQiors have bun afloat for several days tipit sutb tin order was out, but owing to the reticence and mystery preserved by Mr. Powdcrly anil bis lieutenants here it was impossible to contirm them, batur- d iy night upward of 2,0tKl of the strikers crowded into Ccrrmima Turner hall, at the corner of Thirty-fourth aud Halsted streets, a place calculated to acconimo date about 1.000 persons uncomfortably, in obedience to an order from the mas tor workman of the district assembly, inch was issued dunns the afternoon The men crowded and jammed each other in im lr e!lorl8 to gain admittance way that was threatening to life and limb, and the only wonder is that a ser ious accident did not occur. At 8 o'clock sharp T. )i. Banv, W. 0. Marshall, (ieoryo Fcbillinc P. T. Barry. M. Uutler, and a number of other prominent kniKhts ascended the platform, and Mr Butler called the meeting to order, after which Mr. Barry arose and said: "Broth ers, I have iu my pocket an order from your ".moral executive board, the supreme body of our organization, wliicb is of vital mterest to you at this time, and with your permission I will proceed to read H, and Mr. liarrv read the fol low ine dispatch: Philadelphia, Nov. 10 T. B. Bar hy, Chicago: In a circular issued March 13, 1HSU, I stated the policy of the knights of Labor on the eight-hour j in slion. That circular was read to and approved by the general executive board before it went out. It was afterward ap proved by the entire order. In oppose tion to that circular the men at the stock yards strike for eight hours. The order of the Kuiuuts of Labor w as not brought into the controversy, hence no action was necessary. During the session of the general assembly the mm at the stock yards struck again. You were sent to try and settle, but in case of failure the ors der was not to be involved or asked for assessments. You settled bv ordering the men back at the old hours. They hate, in violation of the law and your or !cis, arm without notifying us, aguin struck forciuht eight hours. The board 'instructs joh and Canton, who will be with you today, to settle by putlini; men b o k at old hours until the older ot k. ot I, takes definite action on the ii"hl lioiir plan. If men refuse, take their dial t. i. s. We must have obedience and discipline. Uy order of general ex ecutive board, T. V. Powhkiily, Chairman i ne ciowu remained reasonably oute while tin- d.lcuatc was reading the ines- s.ie, but at its conclusion pandemonium iii;4n.d. It seemed as if every man in the ball was yelling and stampiug his feet at the same tune, and altogether makin a enfused roar of sound from which, for a lime, it was impossible to distin.'iiis an thing. The building seemed to trein ble under the strain, ami this fact alon brought the crowd to their fenscs, and there was a partial cessation of the noise tor perhaps a second, and then it broke forth again in vehement cries of "No! "Never! "tight hours or nothing! ' Will never go back at len hours! ' Mr. Larry watched the strikers closelv during the demonstration, and when they had tired themselves out be said: "I know it is hard for you to take this, but you must doso for your own good. You can see the purport and effect of thfs ors dcr. It ought to lie apparent to all of you that disobedience will only result in more complications than those which surround you now. and therefore I will say to you, obey it, you caunot aff jrd to lose your prestige as Knights of Labor, though that or.h r, through its supreme body, its ex ccuiive board, compels you to work len hours a day. when you feel that your claim for reduced hours' are fair and cijiiiiable and ought to be granted, but you should remember that one day, per haps not long distant, the otder will bring you to Hie goal vou would seek now therefore, olwy. Do not lake snv action now, n.tn. lor you are all excited, angrv iiii,i not in a lit mind to act with any de gne ol good sense or judgment, hut wail until tomorrow, and then go into jour local assemblies and there consider what had best be done.' Then Mr. Bairy reviewed his Conner. lios with the two strikes at the st.k yards, and said he ordered the first strike oft because he considered it best to ord. a temporary retreat. He then related all that had occurred between the two strikes, as well as what has occurred since, and be said everything was going along fairly an. I well when, on Wednesday night, this tcicgram came irom fowderly. At first 1 doubted its authenticity and telegraph ed to Pox.lerly twice for its confirmation Din he Hid not pay auy attention to my telegrams until l.sjay. wueu I received from It i i it another dispatch confirming iiiiit win, ii i have just read to you. An a subordinate I am compelled to cirrv out the orders of my sucrior officers and in doing so in this ease I will have in order vou back to work." There was otiotherdcmonstratii.il at the conclnsi ,n of the Michigan knight's ad (ires, which Holler ineffectual! v tried to ipttet lor fully ten minutes. Finally when he did succed iu gelling a chance talk, he advised the men to act with prudence and discretion and not to at- I'tupl to an whing under any circumstati tea until today, when Ihcv iro In ll.elr local assemblies to discuss the situation CJcorge Schilling also spoke in favor of peace aim the meeting broke no The mm h It the h ill ouietlv ,.n,l i.,.. cdod dinctly to their homes, not ats tempting any sort of a demonstration alter they reached the street. THE MARKETS. tion. It is understood that no terms for the set tie men t of the strike were submitted br either side. The packers merely stated tlw'r case at the request of Mr. Carlton. Chicago, Nov. 15 The second effort of the packing house employes at the Union Stock Yards to enforce their des mamls for the eight hour day ended Sat urday night by the unconditional surren der of the strikers. This was not the re sult of spontaneous action, but of an or der from the general executive board of the Knights of Labor to their leaders to compel them to return to work at the terms of the packers or submit to the loss of their membership in the order. '"me too, Nov. 13. l lie oi.olatucis on the h-uii-d f t. -l na were a loliows. Wheat Knvera- lier. nueiwd IR'r, close! W., nominal; lle. renilier. opened U'rT. ciow-d MW- bid; ftimiat y. oim-ii -.1 . el'ised Uie. t'.irn .. November, oi.cll.it 3Sle. closed .'iT.lte n.imi- ioi; lle.-eno.er. ogviied :m... closei :cm.c: Janu ary, ii ne J, :icv. closed ;;' ,- asked. Ont- .N... November, openti.1 :;o-hi., olo-ed i'."Ae asked; De.s ml r, etvn.d 3.'., asted. close,! -tic; January, .united and closed, US' jr. I'ork November, oeencti sod a.s. ,1 U.4.r i,iim..ii.. December, .j. ,d il'.iij el, se,l mi;, nomiiu.': ar, opened j'J ci-s.J .;. ie m'ntt. .iveM.Kk TI.e I'm n st.k li.l-.ls reiorl the fellow init ninv f pri.s; Heir. - Mark 't on.rn.sl lather nnier and :.!ow. with pri.es steady on K""d Krades, bin weak on common lots: lour packers were liuvinin li--hl .rr.,.l $:(.! :i.;.; i-oiifcli w kii.jt. .;.:!! .,:i. ih l.:ivv ickiu- and ..h.jiMiiit: ;.iB, $ i.ijt,,,:;.. i'r.slu.e; Mattel -Kiney ,-reaitierv. Vr.n'fi.. a-r lb; g.Nil d tiry. IS'i): pac . in... lil -.l:v . r.gi;s-Mri.-tl Iresli, l..tls.,... per doj. i.c- iiouse, i.ig-l.yfi. i'oiiltry-t hick-iis, 5.- j.-r lueaa, ,:-f..(0e; turkeys, S(i:Sc; K.-e., ;t..Ht $11.11.1 (a.r .bv.; dress.-1 p .ulli j, ia mi. l,.,.-.er. I'obitm-s- 1 Ill-banks. 4'.'.'.4; per b.i. on Lack: ririj ,,.,,, ,,.; t;.auly ..f Heliron. i.'.l , .ies ran e ;'osl sliioj.in, gl.'.i.fc'.in notK islanii. Ottlf. ?0c H.;y '1'im.iiny-f lO.or Uuj-Wiln IS.ftl. KyeWlc. Corn -old .ic: New 40c. root toes sag40c. (Ji.k.nn eoc. (Vail Sofi Klc : Said 18 Ml Cord Wood S46. Straw-to.08. An American lady's idea of a ballet girl is "an open romliir umbrella with two pink handles." MALARIA.' "If people could only know what a splendid medicine Simmons Liver Regulator is there would be many a phy sician without a p:vticnt and many an interminable doc tor bill saved. I consider it infallible in malarial infec tion. I had lor many years been a perfect physical wreck from a miuhihation of complaints, all tlie out growth of malaria in my system, and even under the skillful hand of Dr. ,1. P. Jones, of this city. I had de spaired of ever being a well woman again. Simmons Siver Regulator Has n coni mended to me. I tried it; it helped me, and it is the only thing that eer did me any good. I persevered in its use, and I am now in per fect health. I know tlie medicine cured me, and I always keep it an a reliable 'standby' in my family. v Respectfnlly, Mrs. Wauy Kay, , Call..!. ,', A ' . ONLY CEMJINc: has our letter Z ststni. In r. .1 .... Iron; ,i r-p- J. H. ZEILIN & CO.. Sole Proprietors, pllll, ;i! I TM1A. !A. rKll'R tl k. LDfiMlAX COOK STOVES! RADIANT HOME HARD COAL STOVES, -AT- WILLARD BAKER & CO.'S, c3 o CD Z --3 o ct : o ct3 ( i m in 1) r- C o n e-l H 1 O r0 k- o Rock Island, Opposite Harper Honne Illinois. I have just received my first installment of my Foreign importations of FINE WOOLENS, FALL AND WINTER WEAK, And extend a cordial invitation to my patn its for an inspection of the same. V ery finest woik, Lowest juices, and perfect lit guaranteed. J. B. ZIMMEK, No. 1810 Second Avenue. Rock Island. 111. FIRST-CLASS SHOE SHOP (E.f.-1'.teti'tli Sin Ft under itvk 1-Ii;t1 Nat. Bank. JOHN O. FREED, Proprietor. I3fspeeiai Mtlt'iiiioii paid lofiiie t'ot-mi Wmli . Repair ic done neatly w itrmuiitly. JOHN T. NOFl'SKEH. ' I OAK! tlis is an entirely New Pattern of oft Coal Stove, -ITS STKX!KSS- riii $5 Mas g.mu far beyond our expectations. flyer Twelve fliflreil H ave been pin out this season, aud it h ts been all the Foundry could do to till orders. On exhibition and for sale by David Don, 1C17 Second Avenue, Rock Island