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Rock Island Daily Argus.
KOCK ISLAND, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 16. 1886. PRICE FIVE CENTS VOL. XXXV. NO. 25- COMPETITION DEFIED. PRICES WARRANTED to be 20 to SO per cent cheaper at the HARPER HOUSE DRUG STORE Than at an? uttitr Ding ttorc ia Western Illinois. Not. odIy ur Patent Medinnr. bm un ull Standard DruL'9. Fhucy Uoods nd Mi I'l Mainous anicks. Read Hie cut rates: Pozzoni's Powi r Wright's Extrxc's Warner'9 Site Cure Athlnphorous Pond's Extracts Hum's Kemeily Kinsom's HiveSjinp Husband's Magnesia Nichols' Bark and Iron Kennedv 's Prairie Weed ....... Mrs. Alkti' Hair Kistimr Si Her' 3 Oiujih Syrup Shaker Extract Simmons Ri'milwtor Smith' Tonic 10 ITiKSriiiPTIONS our Pn-H-riplion department le sl.K-ked ih (he (Mirent and best goods in lb. market an i all prvarripluno arc eumnnl. d tv ' xperieiicwl ami reliabt taarmnriM. Price are K-iaranteril to lie Itmvr hy . p.r cent ttianelsewhcie. MAIfsllAI.I, t FIMIKK. Pro't tieiond Avenue and mettenth St., Hock Ulaud. Second Avenue corner of Eighteenth lothini S y S rurni Emporium, 115 and 117 AVest '2nd St., DAVENPORT, IA. I have now opened the most complete stuck of FINE CLOTH 1XR and GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS that was ever shown in this market, and GUAR AN TEE PRICES against ail oilier dealers. I have also opened a Special Department for closing out Odds and Ends, wherein you can find 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. c.r. .i-., ! Oilir'ijr ;fc ..3 tors jr.- LsSr" Water, Gas and Sewer Pipe. Deeke's Hlock, Moline, 111. Telephone e4. FALL 8ti.- HOPPE, e TAILOR, (successor to and late Cutter for I. J.ibernian,) 1803 Second Ave., Rock Island. FINE WOOLENS, CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, Worsteds, London Suiting and Trouserings. rljargcst nnd most complete stock at the Lowest Price. Paricular Attention given to Good Work. J. T.DIXON, MERCHANT TAILOR, And Dealei in Mens' Fine Woolens, 1706 Second avenue. .30 Sail MascalUlc f .70 J5 Milk Magnesia 33 .80 I'ien-e'a Favorite Prescription 70 .72 Pierce's Discovery 70 .32 Trask's Maunetic Ointment 16 ,fi5 Hamburg Orops 30 .20 Hamburg Breast Tea 13 .28 Bucklin's Arnica Palvc 13 .70 ' Electric Bitters 33 .70 ! King's New Discovery 3 Mil ' Chamberlain's Counti Remedy 3o IS Eve ami Skin Oiutmtut. .15 45; " Colic and Cholera Rem. .15 70 : California Sirup Fly 35 .10 j We challenge comparison in our line of Hats and Men's siting tioods generally. obert Krause, DAVIS & CO., PLUMBERS Steam Fitters. A complete atocb of I'ipe, Brass Goods, Packing, Hose, Fire Brick, Ac. Sole a ente for Deane Steam Pumps, SIGHT FEED LUBRICATORS. Vt: guarantee evury one perfect, and will send Caps, . m'vi, hi rcBt-iuaimc pontes. tt,.; Ti. j exhaling ljuiicio, aiiu vjuutrau ior jumisning ana Laying 1712 Fiest Ave., Rock Island, Illinois. Telephone 1148. Tti Hitlerite Telephone 1N4 -AVINTEK '87.- ERPRlCESj SPECIAL I I NATURAL FWH1 i FLAVORS MOST PERFECT MADE rrrmmlwUhntri.-t r-Tirtt toPtirltv.Ptmijrfh nnd HYitithrnlii.-s-.. 1r Pri.v' If -Mm; 1'owd.i -..rt run tin AiiimotMn I.i'.i" .Imti .! I'tic- i h.tte. Dr. l'run 's Kxinu-'tN Vnitia, lA-im'tt, ct t'.-iv.u tltlic-iouply PR'CE BWfftG fiOWDCrt CO, Chxirje and SL Lmtm. HALF-CENT A W0li. Thk Aroop hereafter will imhliph ill this col nmn all a ivertici-rat nt of Lot. Konnd. For Hvnt For Sale, Bo-rd or Umnui, Waiitt-d. and similar nonce , at the low rate of oe-fuut a cnu a uora. ;ach fipire 11 word, but no advertisement inftniencemi J PER CKNT MORTGAGES Improved Iowa Farm. Security 3 to 5 timetube loan, and injected in each cane. Completed loans always on hand for pMc, Sizes of loan 1200 to $10,000 Time t f loans 5 years. Only choicest loans handled. References and detaili given on appHcatton either in person or letter. H. M. BEM-EV, Attorney at Iw. 814 Main St., Pavenport, Iowa POR SALE, OLD PAPERS lfr ANY cjUMiinty at thit otlice, cheap. EVR SALE. A NEW HOWE SEW- iim machine, with all the modern improve mente. Lnutiire at Akgl s office. VoU SALE. A DARK 80RREL hore. ms yeartioM a L"mlhncev horse; en quite of WM. TKOSTEL, y-m At Kirst Avenue llotel. VOK SALE, SIXTY LOTS IN MY AD- diuon- ,o the city f Kocfe Uiand on fonr yezr IV pj nient", wnn unrreti at x percrt reran fium H OAVENmltT. Maverick National Bank, BOSTON, MASS. Capital - - f4')0,000 Surplus - - - 400,fliK Account? of Banks, Vaukers Hntl Vorrxirationp solicited Our facilitit f forCOlXEt'TIONS are excellent and we redirount f"r Banks when bit la nee t warrant it BtMion is a Kc-crve City, and balances with hp from liank tnot located in other Kcrerve cittec) co'ini an rewrvf . We draw our own Eu'hniijje mi London and the Continerit. nnd mah1 Oatl trannferH and place ir.om-y by telegraph throughout the I nited Statcti ana c anaia. tinvemmt-nt Bfini h ns:ht and nld. and Kx chni;i in Wathiugtnn made fir Banks without extra charge. W-have a market for prime fi nut-claw Invent -ment Seenrtlieo. and invite propoxate from States, I'onTities and Citiee when iriKiiini.' hoods. We do a cenr Banking bnsineps, and invite corret.pond nee, ASA T TOTTER, Prefilcn, JOS. W WORK, rahir r. oct-.1i dw Arim AUCTION AND COMMISSION W. H. LTJNDY, AUCTIONEER WILL Attend Sales IN S1THSB CITY OR COUNTRY, at moderate cbargea, or Receive Consignments and mak prompt return. eoBd Avenn ROCK I8LAWD ILL. Bulbrd & Loosley, -liENEHAI. Insurance Agents. The old Fire and Time-Tried companies Re preeented LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID. 1atecftfi low as an Reliable Comp.my can afford Yoor Patron aire it SliciUs? CFOffice in Arena Btock. O. E. MILES Elf TO 01 foil. EXECUTES CUTS OF Buildings, Machinery, Por traits, Animals, &c. Also Electrotype Plates furninhed In any nnmbei. Office and Residence rar of Christian Chapel, Urady street, between 4th and sth, DAVENPORT IA S. T. WATK1NS, fSuccetfor to WATKINS & HILL,) Dealer in Dry aud Green Wood. Will altto attend to Oanlitig of all ind Oftlce ai mrdP. corner of V7 h trMt on Moh e avenue. Telephone No. 11)1 ; orders mar be left at either ptacj. oct-ite-dtf WESTERN INVESTMENT ! Two-story brick hurdnewi house, front two main tret. Crowing County Seat. Kan 838. 5 OOO uopnlatiou Will oetl hardware aud implement butineft Part cawh, part hmg time. Er'Mhliohed eiht rear. Annual calet SIXTY TH0U8AKD Be nnick. KANSAS HARDWARE. Box 554 HT. .losKPll. 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. RETURNING TO WOKK. THE CHICAGO STOCK YARDS STRIKE FINALLY SETTLED. The Striker Vote to Return Only Under Protest Nothing Gained by Their Strike How the Men Are Ruing Taken Ititck Imported Men DiroMUUiled and Anxious to Ieave the Yards. Chicago, Nov. 16. T. B. Barry aud A. Carlton, the members of the peneral executive Dosrtl of the Knights of Labor, who promulgated the order for the men to return to work, are gratified by the way in which the men have complied with the order. In accord ance with the directions in general order No. 1, issued by I-teputy Sheriff Hnrke, nearly all of tbe old employes of the different houses w no nave not heretofore returned reported for duty at tbe various places designate!. Good fouling prevailed. No assaults or d is order were reported early in the day. The men formed in line, and the managers of the arking houses now in operation, assisted by their foremen, at once began the work of se lecting such hands as they needed for imine diate sei vi;o. Others, who will be taken back as soon as practicable, were given pasw-s stamped with tbo names of their resijer-tive firms, and told to apply lor work on a later date. Manager tudahy, of Armour & Co.. said that they had taken back about 60" of tho'r old men Monday morning. This was all that could lio utilized on short notice. He in strutted Deputy Sheriff Iiurk;, however, to inform the rest of the unemployed that thre would l work for them in a mile whim. Thev wer told not to lie dissatisfied and im patient. 1 he strike greatly disorganiised the business of the packer. 1 hey havo not nuw sufficient hogs and cattle bought 1o run in full force. It will tako a week or two t got reorganised. Hut tho busy season is now coming on, and the prospects of wurk for all are not discou raging. It is said that great discontent sprang up among the new hands who took the places d the striker wher- they tienrri the news of the end or the fight. Many of them have al ready ex in esed a desired to Quit work. All such will be Kiid off and sent bark tu tiVir bomes. Wm h of th imported men as are competent and choose In rout in no will here tained anil protec ted at all hazai -is. The military command under Gen. Fitz- Simons and the deputy sheriffs under Chief Iinrko will be retained in I'ackingfcmT. as a safeguard for some time to coma Ituwille was sounded at ft-.lMi o'clock, and the militia was distributed to pO!U near the difforent big hoiines w here tbe strikers returned Mon day. No violence occurred. No companies wen1 sent out as heretofore to patrol Habited and ottier streets in the Town of 1 jke. Tbe following order wm conspimou-ly posted in Packmgtown Monday morning. Oneral On)r No. I. All employes of packing -hontt dmiring to return to work at their respective bouses will report at tbe fol low ing places: Anglo-American Provision company, Ab lerton Packing rompany, and Floyd, Huff man Co.. on Transit avenue. Michener Hro Ac Co., International Fro vision company, and Jidin t 'udaby, at Forty seventh stieet nni Center avenue, or rail road tracks. Jones & StiNs, Northwestern Fertilizing company, H. Silberhorn, (. harles Conn snlman, Kobert Warren & Co.. all at Forty fifth street and Center avenue, or railrfjud tracks. Moran & Haly, Hately Bros., and Mor reli & Co., at Forty -forth street and Center avenue, or railroail tracks. AH of Armour & C-o.'s men to apply onthe Forty-third street viaduct Fair hank Canning company, Chicago Packing and Provision company. Swift A Co., Baldwin & Co., Boisford Packing com pany, and Washington Butcher's ijons, nil at Root street (or stock yards alley) and Center avenue, or railroad tracks. On tbe strike being ended the manager of each house will report at the places above dosignated, and, with the assistance of their foremen and others, will select from the line such men as thev desire to have come to work on that or any other day, giving to each man a pass wrrn tne name or the hrm Mamited upon its and said pass t be good on preseit tat ion at anv entrance to stock vards. After having selected all the men they de- sire, iney win request ine nuance to return home and report again at sinw place on any day that may lie named by manager. ISfth F. Hanchktt, Sheriff. By J. N. Bi'RKE, IYputy in Command. The problem of disposing of the new men will solve itself. Before 10 a. m. Monday nrtv or them collected. m btocb Yards alley and asked for an escort of skliers to see them safely out. They were furnished wiUi guards arm lett me yards, lite non-union men do4Ht feel contented and they will make t hemselvfs scarce, if not now, as soon as tlx soldiers and guards are withdrawn. Th must determined effort to retain tin im ported RNin will he made at Swift's and Ar mour's, wliere they are pledged full protwr tiuu and pernuineut work. F.iAIkiman MrOuide on Trial. New York, Nov. i- Ev-A Merman Ar. thnr J Mi-tjuade, memlter id (he boodk board of lhS4. waf pluretl on trial Monday for nceepting a bribe of f 2D.INH) for his vol in favor of the granting of he Broadway radniad franchist. District Attorney Mar tine, assisted by Colx K'llows nnd Mr. d- Lnncey Nictll conduAil th pnriciitiaii. Geiti. Tracy, William tlowl, Itichaid New .Diub nod Abe Hummel npeateJ .n behatr of tlie defendant. ' " An F-iigliidi )uier Angrj at lleether- Iimmin. Nov. Hi. The Morning Pod print an angry article in reference to Mr Bei-clier's statements com vt mug Kuglnnd. whicli he is alleged to have nudii W mi in terviewer in New York- Tbe Pot says, Mr Beecher seems to have fallen into bail com (any while in F.ngland and ha rnnde the mistake of accepting the tin pot raUK-of a few noiy sectut liins for an expresiou ol ill mind of the British people. f.ttin Rrty for a UiK !tw. Wn.LlAMMUiKo, Kv., Nov. 15.-Neuswa-received here Monday nincniug Hint Perry comity is again in a state of terror. TIm Fren h and Kversole feud has been tvnewo.1 ami both factions aitj prepared fhr a dewier ate fight. If an encounter should occur it will involve the whokt county, as there are very few persons in that flection who do not sympathize with either one faction ur tbe other. A UaMIe fu Barmah. BAKfinOif, Nov. 10 Almttleis reported in Burn in h lief ween British hoops ami Bur inese, in tfhii-h a British lieutenant and throe seiHtya were killed A nd her Cnneeltn by lltilcarla. StiKiA, Nov. Hi Capt. NatKOioff , w ho led the recent ivvolt at Bom gas, has been wir ivmlered inbi the custody of th KuMiari ifHisul at BcHirgaa. Public Hotiea- An yone having buaineBs with the Ahgcs office after 6 p.m. (in ihe event that tbe office is c.iosed) will please call at YVil mans & Gait's news stand in the postoffico building, who are authorized to transact oumnees of eTrr? nature for tbe Akouk. Chaap Hall Boxea. Tbe finest mail and paper box ever in vented is for sate at tbe Aroita office at tbe low price of 9 1 each. The game box to sold everywhere at $1.50. Call and ex amine then. Dr. Bcbweinrurth has presented a fine collection of Greek costumes of tbe fifth centuary to the Anthropological Museum at Beihn. Tney were found to graves is Arsioo, and are remarkably well preserv ed, THE NEWS IN BRIEF. A two-pound nugget of virgin gold n&i been found in Transylvania county, North Carolina, Suow fell on Friday night throughout New York and New England totb depth of from eight to twenty inchta. The minister of Minneapolis have with drawn their invitation to Sam Jones to visil that city and LulJ a revival. According to Lieut Gen. Sheridan's au nual report the United States army consists of 102 otttuera and men. A boiler explosion in a mill at Sheffield. Pa., killed Milton Mapes and his son and fa tally injured three other persons. James C. Shafer, aged lis, outraged Gracie Seibert, a little 4 year-old child, at Kalama eoo, Mich. Ho was sentenced for life. A sister and daughter of the ouce famou tenor, Brignoli, are living in want in New York city. The Herald proposes to take uf a subscription for their relief. The Ira !e com t at Aachen has sentenced fifty-three compositors to pay damages tc their employers for leaving work and joining in a strike, without giving notice. Prince Bismarck accorded M. Herbettc. tbe French enituissador, bis first interview Sat m day. llei belle, assured the chanoelloi of the absolute neutiahty of France in cast of an eastern war. C. E. Hathaway, an eilitor at St. J-iseph, Mo., was whippeti on the strtset Saturday by Michael G. Muran, state senator-elect, for personal illusions in the recent cam puigu. A new use for the tobacco plant has been discovered. Its stems and waste, it it claimed, are equal to linen rags in the manu ffieture of piijier. Tobacco waste costs lesst tiiwin I0 a ton, Imen ragK $70 aud $40. Tlie annual report of the commissioner ol internal revenue u out. The total revel pb from all sources of interual revenue for the year ended June lVSfl, were tlHV.K,hU as coniared with $1 rJ,4l,VJl in I8S. The principal increase was iu cigars, cigarettes, and spirits distilled from grain. The cost of lollei-tiou during the year was $t,'fJ,4S5. C'omii Met-lingof the l!;ise Hull League. Pint.ui uu, Nov. 16 President N. E. Young of the National Base Ball league. President Ib-ach of the Philadelphia club, and J. 1. Kegers of the coiinnitte on rules, were in the lty Sunday en route to Chicago toatt' f.l the annual meeting of the league. lJurinj; their sbty Mr. Rogers siinl that tbe asouai ion rules giving the LatMiian his bast when bit by the pitcher would be adopted; also that it was quite prolable that th Kana Citys would retire fiom the league and thiit ihe Pittsbnig dub would take it place. President Ilea, h said he favored the equHli..itig i if Uills and strikes ainl he would ailvocatsix strikes instead of three, if tb piU-her was allows! six balls. Bcgardlng coaching, bethought it would fie restricted, as all ! -ctablM limits had leen over si t-ppe!, 4rett Hn.ce Ilt5e Pend. S.am FiiANtiisCO, Nov. PI. K. J Baldwin's bay cot Silver Clcud, .' years old, by Grin stead, dam Kxxriment. by Monarchist, wa kille-d at the Bay 1 strict track Saturday. While Iteing exercied he ran in a fence, sti iking hi. head against a post and broke his neck. Silver Cloud will be remembered as the wini -r of the American derby of 1S8C at Washingon park, Chicago. Lkxim;tu, Ky., Nov. !.". Ed Corrigan't noted race mare, Lizzie Dwyer, 4 year old, by King Alfonso, dam Lily Jiike, by Lex ington, sfH-ond dam lella, bj' Imjteria Yorkshii-, died here Saturday from pnru tnonia. Tu Amend Ihe flutter Law. Wa?ihgiin City, Nov. 16. Commis sioner Miller, of tlie internal revenue bureau, in his annual report, recommends an amend ment of the oleomargarine law by whict oleo and nent ral shall be tn xed and the re sult ing ohomnrgaritte. treated as com pounded honor, the tax bine paid bv the surrender of the canceled slanqw for others to atlix to the completed prodtH-t r.titteir-H llr other. Nice.' VttUK. Nov. li - John Parnell, a britltftr ! the Irish tutemun. returra-J Sun day frcm ii vi&it to livhtnd. Hv is owuer of large i.i ail... proves in tit-orgia, and is on hit wav thtilier. THE MARKETS. CntCAOO. Nov. la. The j-cjt j nous on the board of trade to" day were ii- follows: Wheat No. , Novem ber, cbtsed eic. tiuminal lecember. opened fit-?4. i-loAMt 74c; January, opened T46C. rl'-setl Tt-; l-'ebiuary, opened to?e nominal, closed nominal. Coin No. 2, November. opened Xu dined December, opened i-rr clo?el January, openeti, Jtic, closil Wr. Outs -No. November, opened and closed -".Vc nominal, lccember. opened zx: oju, losed a.c; Januarv, oiwned and closed :5i4r. Prk November, opened 4Ti. closed P)Jt) iMiirimal; December, opeuet f!V4o nttm iital. clKed f'.'.SO nominal; Year, opened $l.4! nominal, c.hed $ii.jU innni:uil Ijinl Noeiu ber. oruii:d and closed Vv't nominal. Live Muck The I'nien f.Uck yards report tbe follow ins rant;-' vX pricey; Hogs Market opentHl sliong and KiIjc higher; light grades, j.j0ri.;i.!ri; iouh packing, $3..ljt 3 tii; heavy uckllii and shipping lots. 3.'Jfl. 'ai tic Slow; uood yraiitrs, firm; beeves $;l.5i?-"j 1-V bulclit-i , Sl.Tifi-li St. Sheep Slow rt minion, fi "..'.a 7"i. dioi'C, SJ.jiO44.00, kiuibs. dull. f:;.uvt4... J'riMltft-; Butter-Fancy creamery. St-VS-air IHjr lb; uoot dairy. nc.king. UrtUSe. Kn.-s- Stij.-tly Inli. ITV'ClHUc per doz: iee hotw. 17iti7V loultiy-,hickns, 5n jier b: duck-. tUjtdS'; lurkeys. 7(TtN:; geese, $4UUl( 4nio poi d,.; flrtfHTxrl p tultry, 4'ijte, higher. PtdaUH-s - I'.mlianke. 44j)4V per bu. on ti-aek; Fai ly lb.M-, :r l.:; B.atiiy of Hebron. 40it47c. Arplw - r.-.n t" oih! sliiopinji, SI ;Vit.t0 per hi.l New York, New York. Nov. 15. Wheitt--No. i ?nd nf.ite. K84e; No. 2 do. Wf ; No I while Male. 4c; No. t retl winter lie fvmber. s;w-; do jHiiu.try. Hiiiv. Corn No, I mix'd e;t.-,ii. n-; di Defemhcr. 4-VV. dt January. 4i-v . tl.iln N'u. I white state. ItTig to : No - d-. :r-; .N. L IX-veruber, lUV- Kye -IbiM B:ii h-y - N, mlnal. Poik - ijuiet new uj.-. J 10. t7'ty?tlU.7j. St. L-Jiiis. St. Lot ik. Nov. 15. Wheat K:ev; No. red cash. 74i: Iecem ber. 7.vy.-: .1 at. nary, 77 May. iftS3ic. C'orn-Sliiililly iirenlar; No. 'I mixed cah, XPr; I)ei:eoiticr, ;i4i-HMic bid; Ja unary. tHi bid; May. iwz. Ohl- - li reiiubir; No. S mixed cafh. a2:Siiw-: L.eniber. bid; May- live -Firmer; !V.fc bid. hwk-$l.l3 Sicndj. tii .syw,. Lard-Eat; f' 5 P01 h - ltrll.-il. Detroit, Nov. 15. Wheat- No. I white .ash, r"c bid; cash Michigan rt-t. 76PJ,-. No. retl. THU- asked rash and N.veiuler; 77c bid IWm'ifi, 7s,'u inn .lanuai v: Slav. oru N. :: li.itninaL 0,t1 - No. 2. ZHe; No. 2 v. IiiIa ;t4C 'IttlMto. Toi.Kno.Ohio. Nov. Wheat Quiet; rh, 7c; November. 7c; December. 77t"; Jau'iiiry, "m'c; May, s4fcc. Corn-Steady, dull; eah :; Mav. 4I4. Oats Firm: nmnU. river StwMl-Uull; flnn; rmtb. 4.:tT4 bid; Drcemuer, $4 44 bid, Jan nary. asked. . Milwaukee. Milwaukee, Nov. 15. Wheat- Weak: cash. Tlc; Lterember, 71V : .Tnnnary. 77. 'nrn-Lower; No. , VMc Onte-gniet: No. t. i4c. Rye-Steady; No. I. MNijo. biti ley-Steadier; Na ; BOCK ISLAND. on Hjy Timothy f 10. 00. Hay Wild b.W. Rye Mir.. Corn-Old 42c ; New 4c. Potaiees-a240c. Otiione 60c. rxMiRoniOettiaia ts.w Cord Wood-$L3&. Straw $6.0e. W. HcXniry, Attorney at law. loans money on sood security, makes collecUona. Reference, JUtchall & Lynde, Huoper's: In post office block MALARIA. "If people could only know what a eplendid medicine Simmons Liver Regulator is there would be many a phy sician without apiiMnt and many an interminable doc tor bill saved. 1 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 had de spaired of evel being a well woman again. Simmons Siver Regulator was ivi-om-nieuded to mo. I tried il; . it helped tne, ami it i tlie only thing that ever did in any good. I persevered in its use, and I am now in per fect health. I know the medicine cured me, and I always keep it as a reliable 'standby' in my family."' Respectfully. Mrs. M.m;y Kav, l';;l... p. A'l ONLY CbNUIHK haa oar letter Z PtHmj' hi i ..n Ir"!;! ! . J. H. ZEIL1N' & CO., Sole Proprlelom. riul. Hl.l.ril I A. :-A. HIK E H in. C3 O z o O H H V s J c o u U cc. 0- 02 o crj O W O JOHN 3 COOK STOVES! RADIANT HOME HARD COAL STOVES. WILLARO BAKER & CO.'S, Opposite Harper Hoiish Rock Island, - Illinois. I have just received my lhst installment of my Foreign importations of FINE WOOLENS, FALL AND WINTER WEAR. And extend a cordial invitation to my patr ns for an inspection of the same. Very lip.est work, Lowest pi ices, and perfect tit guaranteed. J. B. ZIMMEE, No. 1810 Second Avenue. Rock Island, 11!. rPpedal attention paid to fine Custom Work. T. NOFT8KEK. this r FIRST-CLASS SHOE SHOP i E j-htciiih Siie-t under. Uork Inland Nat. Batik. JOHN O. FREED, Proprietor. Hepairlns done neatly and promptly. is an entirely New Pattern of oft Coal Stove. --4ll'S Sl'tX'KSS OAK I Has giiue far beyond our expe.-tatioiis. Over Twelve MM Have been put out this season, and it has been all the Foundry could do to till orders. On exhibition and for sale by David Don, 1el7 Secoud Avenue. liork Island