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Rock Island Daily' Argus.
HOCK ISLAND, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 17. 18SG. VOL. XXXV. NO. 2fi PRICE FIVE CENTS COMPETITION DEFIED. INDUSTRIAL M ATTEHS. PRICES WARRANTED - to be 20 to SO per cent cheaper at the HARPER HOUSE DRUG STORE Than at any other Piu;: store ia Western Illinois. Not only our PKnt Medicines hut on all Standard Druea, Faney Goods and Mis cellaneous articles. Head the cut rates: TPozroni's Powder Wripln'a Extract "Wfiroel'a Safe Cure Mhlophorntis Pond's Extracts Hunt's Homedy Hansom's Hi.etHrun Husband's Magnesia "Nichols Bark and Iron . Kennedy's Prairie Weed. Mrs. Ailen's Hair Kestortr. Seller's Coii'h Syrup Shaker Extract Simmons Regulator Smith's Tonic PHEKCRimONS. OnrPnsr tnArLot .nil .11 trrrtti! Ifinu nr. riplmn il-mmnnt gti.rtiiiteetl to he iowtr by y Second Avenue corner of Eisrhtee-ith St, -A II V Clothing Emporium, 115 and 117 AVest 2nd St., DAVENPORT, I A. I have now opened the most complete stotk of FINE CLO TH ING and GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS that was ever shown in this market, and GUAEANTKE PRICES againt all other dealers. Robert Erause. I have also opened a Special Department fur closing out Odds and Ends, wherein you can find g.od wearing goods for Men, Boy s 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. t i' : iOfJlK flj tVu fLs Deeke'b Block, Moline,Ill. Telephone 30T.S. -FALL s(!.- HOPPE, the TAILOR. (Successor to and late Cutter for I. Liberman ) 1803 Second Ave., Rock Island. FINE WOOLENS, CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, Worsteds, London Suiting and Trouserings. STXargest and irost complete Block at the Lowest Prices. Piricular Attention given to Uwd Work. J. T. DIXON, MERCHANT TAILOR And Dcala m MW Fine Woolens, ' 1705 Itfang yany .311 1 Sail Mascalille $.70 L'5 Milk Magnesia .. .:1S .80 Pierce's Favoiite Prescription......' .70 .72 Pierce's Discovery To .32 Trask's Magnetic Oiutment lfi .5 Hamburg Drops ; .Ho ,.20 Hamburg Breast Ten .1 .2S Bucklin's Arnica Salve VA .70 ; Electric Bitten Sit .70 , King's New Discovery tH .90 j Chamberlain's Cough Remedy HO .18 " Eve and Skin Ointment. .15 .45' ' Colic and Cholera Rem. .In 70 i California Svrup Fiys 35 .70 in storked with !b' purest ami tiesl g.tod in tbt- ? i(tmioiiim a nv fxpenemeu nun imi"h iui.iiinnir.it.. rmr. mi r turn lhmieli.ewti.ri'. MARSHALL F1M1KK. Pn.p Is mnond Avenue and Nineteenth HI., Roek Islnnd. We challenge' comiiarison in our! line of Hats and Men's j Furnishing Goods generally.1 DAVIS .& CO., PLUMBERS -and Steam Fitters. A complete Mock of Pip, Brass Goods, Packing, Ho9 Fire Brick, Sic. -ole a t-ntf for Deane Steam Pumps, SIGHT FEED LUBRICATORS, 2u-ir:inti'. ov.tt one nerfert. and will end c'nim. twenty da ' lrie.1. to ry.imn-ihle uartiei. Safety Heating Boilers, and Con trai tors for furnishing and Laying Water, Gas and Sewer Pipe 1712 First Ave., Rock Island, Illinois. Telephone 1148. Hi airience Telephone loir? -WINTER '87.- cke-w pros P ;l SPECIAL Narig I, CSnTlr---tfi?.i itlATUP FRUIT MOST PERFECT MADE rrepftrcIwithfrM rrinrrt toPnritr stt-cnfrtii and W' rHtTfiti. - 1r lv..-.'-. Tv.tt'nir lnwrt r- rn-iiii no Vmtnoini.l.niit .Ai'Mion Ih- in tlr. I'm "! Exti-u't, Vanilla, L.'n.'ii. -u... It.tvor Utici'Uf.l PRICE B4KMG POWDER CO. Chatto and SI. Ltum. wmmmmmsmtmmmmm HALFI KNT A W08l. The Awh'h hereflr will inh)ih in Ihio col nam alt a fvi-riiei-ninitr' of InL I-VmiiiiI. Ptir Rent FurSnle, Kntni r Kortif, Waited. anl oimilar notices, t the lw r- of ftnt-hnif r?nt a tiwrf, :ach figure a wont, hut n. ailvtrliptmcnt leu inan ten renin PKK CENT MOKTGAGKS Iraurovetl Iowa Farm. Mtcurity 3 tc 5 timestbe loan. an! inein-iTt'd In eticn tase. Completed loanf iilwavs on hand fur Mile. Siztii of loans $200 tn $10,000 Tlmeif loane &yer. Only ehoKtut lotihi nautili it. References and dt tails given on apulkation either in itemta or letter. H. H. HENLKV, Attorney at- Law. 214 Main St., Pavenport, Iowa. VoK SALE, OLD PAPERS IN ANY qaantity at thi?- ofttce. chea;). VOH SALE A NEW HOWE SEW - int. niHtiiint' with all tor laodern iinjirove meni. Kntinire at AHiit'H offl(.-. VOR BALE, SIXTY LOTS IN MY AD- dition o the rirv of Koc k I-Sand r,n four year 1v pv nietitc, with interrbt at fix wr cent ier an num B OAVENPoKT. AUCTION AND COMMISSION W. H. LTJNDY, AUCTIONEER WILL Attend sSales tn SITHSR CITY OR COUNTRY, at moderate coatee, or Receive Consignments and oi a he prompt roturtin. eond ATenn SOCK ISLA1D ILL. Buibrd & Loosley, -OKNSRAb- Insurance Agents. The old Kire and Tiroo Tried companiee Kt prevented LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID. iater ae low ac au lie 1 Unit Company can affnrtt Your t'atron sae if Slicli? MrtMrc In Arirnf Blorh. O. E. MILES imm oa foil. KXKCl'TKd UT.S UK Unildings, Machinery, Por traits, Animals, &:. Also Electrotype Plates fNH!!hl hi any nnmhci. (tl(-Htid H''t(.-nr r.;irof Christian Chnpfl. Brady Htrefi. hrtw.j: 4ih auri 5th, DAVENPORT IA S. T. W ATKINS, (orcf rr to W ATKINS A fllLL.) Dealer in Dry and Green Wood Will al-o attend In Uaitlh.'j of all aindc Ottl'-c at v!ii(t-. l orrf'r nf .7 lj mi-cur on Vol e avrmi;. 'tvWphone No. W, ; ordrw mav le h'R at t ittier phic . ocl -in-dlf westerInj INVESTMENT ! Two-fiorv hiii-.k tni(-iii' -M hon-e, front to main tnvu. Crowine County Seat. Kan 888. 5 OOO popiit iliou Will di ll Jiiiitlwaie and inipl'-nit ii' t'n-in Part rash, putt loitjr tlnn1. Kiabliflutt ritht vei n Annual oalee NIXTY TH0B8A50 itrqni. k. KANSAS HARDWARE. Box 55 1 ST. .IOSKPU. Vl. 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 &kin U Masnolia S . V- I-!!! 1 till 4 ' -in Hill ii-fii lfJ fir e UsZZ ?5 CHICAGO STOCK YARDS STRIKERS RAPIDLY RETURNING TO WORK. What I'hil Armour Says KeanHng Mili tiaman Who Lose Their Place Pitts burg In a State of Ifnainea Activity Uaaand Electric Companies Coiuhliilng A Big Coal Mine Not. Chtcaoo, Nov. 17. All was quiet in Park ingtown Tuesday moj-ning.' The old hands were taken lack very numerously w he: the houses opened, and the ex-strikers fr-el hutch encouraged. At . Armour's, it in said, one half of the former employes are hack again. The guards are still retained as a measure of abundant caution. They are useful, too, in escorting gangs of imported nen who do not fancy working with the union men. This exodus is qnito general, though in some houses there is a disposition among the new men to stick, and. as they were promised not to be subjected to any indignities if the em ployers can prevent it, they are preparing to become a part of the establishment. Some art) quite skilled men and may m tiaio atlil iate with the old liands. Considerable comment ha !een made on the alleged offt rofMr. P. P. Armour to em ploy niiy of the militia who might law their 1 position on account of thir absence in t lie stock yards campaign. It was suggested that many of the boys might tie quite will ing to make a change of business and Mr. Armonr was asked Tuesday morning if he bad really made the offer and if he had thought ot the number of men he might !' called upon tn engage. Tlie great packer ac knowledge that he had made the offer ami hesitated a moment as tlie vision of a string of several hundred blue-coated applicants fur clerkships came before hi eyes. Then, w ith his usual decision, he stid: "Yts, sir; we will take care of any ono whu may Um his pla?e on account of his duty at the yards." "How about your imported nun, Mr. Ar mour f ' Every one of them will be kept and takt u care uf, and we will sn that they an. jmt molested or driven away.11 in n. Fttz-Kinions a-nt a disp;ttt h to Onv emor Oghrsby Tuesday morning that ht thought the presence of the militia was not required much longer. (joverniMr Cglrbv had requtnsted Adit. ten. Vance trn look intc the situatiuu at the stox-k yards, now that the stnkv was over. Vance applied to lien. Fttz-tinins for the information, and the lat ter renins that in his opinion it would tic safe to withdraw the militia in two or three days. No Strikes In 1'ittsburg. Pittsburu, Pa., Nov. 1" For the tiist time in several years there is no strike of any consequence in Pittsburg or the surrounding district. Every fi'.mare, iron mill, glass fac tory, tannery, oleomargarine factory, cooper shop, oil distillery, au.l other f actory is in full operation, and if the coal mints are not running it is for want of water, not of orders. Latxir leaders claim that there is a larger proportion of the workingmen of Pittsburg employed at the present time than in any other city in the Union. They attribute tin absence of strikes principally to the introduc tion, of natural gas and the government ot the wopkingraen of this locality by sliding ot yearly seal. The Illinois Central Extension. Madison. Wis., NoV 17. Grading on the Madison extension of trie Illinois Central railway was commenced in the western lim its of this city Monday under the superin tendency of an engineer in the employ ot the company, and trom now on through tht winter the work is to be pushed. The Mt-r rill & Abbotsford Railway company tiled articles of association with the secretary oi state Monday, its object being to build a line from Autxrtsford to a point on the Wis cousin Central in town Ji, thence east by di verging lines to Wausau and MemlL Thf capita) sUa k is f I,sj,0ntlL A Big Col Uline. Wilkf.sbarre, Pa., Nov. 17 The greatest mine in the anthracite coal tvgion will soon lie ocn for business. It is the Woodward colliery, situated in the northern part of th- citv. More than five Tears have been spent in sinking the shaft, which is now completed at a depth of lJM feet. The shaft is i.'Vx.V. feet in size an unusually large one. Thirt 1K-horse-ower engines will le recpim! to run the mammoth inachiuer y. 1 he machin ery cost $--ii,H'. Th coal is of the verv best quality. Twele hundred men and boys will be given employment. litrb Mineral I Mseo verier. Wabash. Ind.. Nov. 17. The little town of iVnver. in Miami, the county adjoining thif, is in a fever of excitement over rich mineral discoveries now bing mat hi tliere. The existence of ore, thought to he iron, has long been known, but little thought of. A comiiany is now being forn.ed to work tht mutes. The ore assays percent, pun.1 iron anfi the supply is immense. Ijead ha als liecn foiimi in paying quantities, which u atKtiit Ho per cent. pure. Arhltratiiig Their HinTerencra. New York, Nov. 17. The state board of arbitration was in session at French's hot Tuesday, inquiring into ibe differences be tween the proprietors and employes of tht Walsh mailing agency. Ail hands. H"i ir number, are memlers of The Franklin asso ciation. Knights of Ilior. The night hamb w ant an increase of waget ami Urtb day anc night euiplttyes dinan-i ten hours as n tiny' work instead of eleven, as at present. Comtdnlnc tii and Flectriclty. New York, Nov. 17 Th Tribune ay- t hat the gas companies and electric light companies, realizing that thnir interest an identical, are condiining. Home -of tho ga coniwnies have actually t.'oiie genera' agents for the Arc light. tther sas com pantes hare adopted the electric light fr street use. conhiimg then use of gas to in teriors. This mbvemeiK extends over th" whole country. Hearj 1-allure fa Cleveland. Ohio. Clevelanti, Ohio, Nov. 37 The laig cloak manufacturing and notion firm of Kohn. Samplinyr Ca Tuesday morning made an assignment for the tenetit of civd itors Ut Eiuil Joseph, uttorwy for th ttnu. The assets are frtm ?VK,ou l to flJTi.tkKi; lia bili ies. about f'JOO.'iOCi. Tho (irm wascn siderfd one of the most sulistantial in its line of business in the countrv. Meeting of Creditors. Baltimore, Nov. J7. The creditors of P. Hanson Hiss& Co., met Tuesday. I hestate ment of th? firm show an excess of assets over liabilities of fttw.fkio, while the trustees statement give t e assets as being flOOjkN. over and alxive liabilities. The liabilities niv ('jTii.OiKi. of which 1 100,000 is owing to the liauks. Have 40,000 to Dispose of. Minneapolis, Nov 17. J P. Mcfiaughey, of this city, secretary of the general co-operative tioard Knights of Ijaltor, has called a meeting of the board at Philadelphia Pec 0, to devise plans for the disposal of the $40,001 appropriated by the general assembly for co operative work. Fntlic Kotic. Anyone luivinir business with ibe Ahgus office after it p. in. (in the went that the office in rinsed) will please calf at. Vil mans & Gall's news stand m tht prntottke building, who are authorized to transact bupinc&B of uv nature for the AhGre. Cheap Hail Boim. The finest mail add pa) cf box aver in tented is for sale at the AQV PfllCf at J In bf'dt r? 1 each. Tltf Jfi4 y Mn kt?s i a. m as Ms THE NfiWS IN BRIEF. The steamship Normantore, laden with tea for New York, foundered off Fashima.Japan, and sixty persons perished. The British Liberty and Property Defense league is circulating pamplets among work ingmen urging them to assist in combating the r'oHali-t$. The visible supply of wheat and com is, respectively, 58,1 l!t,3ti4 and l,l.6,7J3 bush ete. The increase since last report is: Wheat, ,t.o4,7Hri; corn, :4,220 bushels. The Welch house and eight other struct nrei at Nacedah, Wis., were destroyed by Are early Monday morning. The total loss is less than $10,0H( with about one-half in surance. The American Opera company opened Monday night at Philadelphia to one of the in ost crowd d houses ever seen in that city. Two dollars premium was otfered for bare admission. Michael Mtmkacsy, the distinguished Hun garian painter, arrived at New York on Mon day. His famous painting, "Christ Before Pilate, will be placed on exhibition in that city shorUy. A man named N. J. Baker was accident ally killed in Oregon Nov. 7. He leaves a large amount of property, including a fine ranch and thousands of cattle, but his heirs are unknown. Julius Perlinskey, clothing and furnishing goods dealer at Denver, made an assignment Monday, owing 141,000. L. B. Well's dry giwds and cloak houses in the same city were taken possession of by the sheriff on con fessed judgments. l Thousands of claims have been staked out in Indiun territory, below Caldwell, Kan., where rich silver deposits are believed to ex ist. A company of soldiers hive been or drd to Caldwell to keep the prospectors out of the territory. The sheriff Monday closed the large stores of Tu. ker, Shaip & Co., at Pickens. Miss.; Sharp, Tucker &; Co , of Vaughan's Station, Miss., and Sharp & Tucker, of Shaipsburg. Miss.- Short crops ami bad collections caused the failures. In Franco o'H',i,() cubic meters of rcky earth tell frum Mount Uerves, overwhelming a tram which was proceeding at full speed from Marsei'h-. Seven persons were killed outright, two have since died, and twenty others w.-re seriously injured. Mis-i Amy Bo wen Hewitt, daughter of the Hon. Abram S. Hewitt, mayor elect of New York, was tnarrivd on Monday to James Hiver tireeii. son l Dr. Nurvin Green, pres ident ol th' Western Union Tebgraph com pany, at th' Hewitt country residence at Kmgwood. N J. The comity court bou-1 at Lmc-Qui-Parle, Minn., a frame structure two stories high, was placed on four large trucks Saturday by a mob trom Madison, fourteen miles distant, and moved to (hat place, which had been selected as tho new county seat. The affair has caused intense excitement. Near Clarence, Mo , Sunday night a danger named George D. O. Coynes was at tacked by two nitn, who rifled his pockets, beat him until he became insensibl, and then set tin1 to his clothing The flames re stored Covnes to consciousness, and after tearing off hi?- blazing garments, he made his wav to Clarence. Kusia's t holce. St. IETERBt'H(i. Nov. 17. Prince Nicho las ot Miiigitha ha been desiirnated by the I Kuwait govern ment to .succeed to the Bui gnrian tnrone. and the powers have unani mously agre to the appointment of the prince as the new rul-r of Bulgaria. The powers have now ben invited by Russia to propose a Mtitfu-'tory solution of the conflict with regard to th? regency council. TLook Out lor a Storm. Bl RUStiiox. Ion a. Nov. 17. Professor Foster announces a seccnd-elass storm of con siderable magnitude and for through the central portion of the United Slates, crossing the Mississippi Thursday, the isth. or within twenty-four hours thereof. The northerr portiim of tlie storm will precipitate snow and the southern -.wrtion rain. Impitirliif; Into Klectioii f raud. liiANAiNtLi!, Ind . Nov. 17. The federal grand jury met Monday afternoon and began ute inquiry imo aiivgea election irregularities. They will pndiably tte busy for a week or THE MARKETS. Chicaoo. Nov. 16. The fjuotat inns oa the board of traie to day were a-follows: Wheat -No. Novem- Iter. t-losci "i'sr, nominal; December, opened Mc. no-ti ; ."ammrj', oiened 744C re'seti or-i .o. l .November, openeo tionnnat. ciose i , nominal; Decern lier. opened :"-. rioted ftic asked; J.inuarv. oenei. L-e. rlwtl Wt,'. 0!s No. S, No- M-nitier. otene 1 and closed yfie nominal: De- t cnitHT. ipfiiel and closed 3TAfc.Vbr; January. oiH-neo iinucKwa, f'tirk .November ojK-rted !4.'i. closed $S".45 asked; December. pet ted i'Ki, -lota-d l. 4 aked; s car. opened nominal, closed fA Lard-Noveiuber, oiieiH-U F' W. cl- sed K 9ii biiL Live Mock The Union stock yards report the follnwinn rrtitRe of prices; Hoe-Market pencil simntrer and -V tiipher on choict lieavv lo. hut uder became weak and the ad nncewai !(: light grades, S3.."i 3 .-; roiib packing. ;...ni.,-.ti-; heavy pHckmtf aod shiji 1'ing h;s. .o?t 4.00. Cattle Steady; fat t--rers, J4.U."..HI, inferior leeves, iJrfi.7a, os. l..ll.lM. sti-eit-( nchHiitred: com- mon .M,'.tr. god, t-t.T-aiAM. lanibs, fa.w l rudiice; Hatter Fany cr taint ry. Z3 '3 I r Hi; gml (Aalry. lHrAir: packing. I0kvl2c. klv-- f in- tiy trt su. iHiiaic per doz; it. lHiu,e. ;is .c. Poultry-Chickens. 5S;.ii per ;h. din k-, 't ittw; turkeys, 7tfMc; gee, f .if j yn.'ii i r .! ; dr-.tssel p u ltr y, Hi' higher. 1 oLOiiew - HnrhMi'.ks, il-M er bit. on track; r..ni i.o-u'. .in 10. Heauty of Hebron. :rj-4,y-. ApiVft-Knirto ,nd shinpin';, Hr ui 1. St. Itiiik St. Iirin. Nov. to. v ht-:it -M'-m.' jud He higher; No. - red a- fi. .;t: (if eiuii r. e; January. "V ; May. M"j ;. I Vrn Hint and c higher: No. - inijied a h '4 '-'MVp-; Uecenib-r, imi; .lunuarv. .-; Iav. :sv Oatft Sttdy, No. mise I cifh, iVh ; lVcemb-r. t"rt hid. ..lay. nid ie-fc. js;riOt bid. Whik) P rk-Firm. i'j.yT'j lo.WI. Lard- btcady; o.r. . New York. Nkw York. Nov. 10. W heat -No. 1 r-d state. HMic; No. 3 do Mc; No. j red winter I cvmlrer. Kc; do January. wi-V- t.rn ino. miMi cash. 4V; do le eenilver. nu: Oa1 No. 1 white state, 37-511 jxc: v.;' do. Hi-. Kye-Dult. Bariev-Snmi nal. Pork-Dull: new men. $10.374.(7 10 7i Juard-S.4. ft in em Iter; fi.:t. Deceiulier. Ietriu Dftkoit. Nov. 18. Uheat-No. 1 white cash, "tic; cash Mich igan red, 77c; No. a red, Jtie cash and No- veinbei ; ..c IN i-erntter; Janu--y; May. Corn No. rj. Oats-No. -'. 2c; u. z white. :--. Toledo. Toledo. OhK Nov. 10. Wheat-CUnh. Tfii-ir: I-ember. 77W: Mav .V. CornStead; casu3Hc; May,4lic. Oats -u-iii: isn, 4v. 1. lover Jeed -r ir-m; rah, 14 .40, le ember, $4.4i bid; January, $4 ,V bid. !f llwankee. Mn.wArKRK, Nov. lti. Wheat - Firm; cash, 71; lie embr, 7-'4- : January. 7:;-. 'irnKasir; N. 2, Oats-1 hill: No. 8, Uye Sleady; No. I -, Barhy Steady; No. , Rfc. I.OCK IHLA-0. Oft! SH- Hay 'ion-Htu-fht.Ol Hay Wild s uii Kyo Ml-. torn -tld r; New e. ObionK Mir, owi son ioc:ai(i .ao OmlWood $4 25. bt raw-90.09. Wis KtEtttrff IAltofficy ! loans mofjry ta im- INFA1L1N6 SPECIFIC k lU IIMI CVIIDTntlC Ki,ur nr 11 1,1 ttiM,L fn the wlHlllUlflOi mon h . tonirne coated white or covered with a brown tnr: pin 111 the back, sides, or jointe often mistaken ftr Ktieiinintitm ; eOUr Stomach; Wof snpetite; sometime nausea and water-nrach, Or tiiiiistiun ; Hsttilen cy and acid eructotions ; rxmel altrrnalcty cos tive and lax; headache : I" 'f memory, with a painful cenfalioii of lia iiij; fitted to do tdUiethiDg which ought to have ln-en dene; (Je bllity; lw spirits; a thick, yellow aptwantnee of the pkln and eyes: a dry roiiuh; fever; rtt lessness; the nrinc s wanty snd hich ("lured, and, if allowed to stand, deposit a sediment. SUMS LIVER BWTOfl. PURELY VEGETABLE, ptd Mivertb a healthy aciion. It acts with cxtraonliiiary .efficacy on the t 1VER, J-' KIDNEYS and BOWELS, Aiie tfctnal npfcilit f.ir Malaria, Dyspepsia. Constipation, Biilimisnrsx, Rick Headache, Jnumlirr, Nausea, Colic-, Mental Depression, liowel Conipliiiiilr, Endorsed by Iheasu l 7 MILLIONS nf-h l- BEST FAMILY MEDICINE for Children ami Aibiitt int f.-r tin Autd. ONLY GENUINE has our letter Z t amp in rede trunt "f Hrjpper J. H.ZEILIN&C0 , Sole rrriHor. Pllll a HKI PIIIA. HA. FKU'K l HI 03 o z J K CO 1 c 03 03 v br O ca JOHN 4 ROVEKS PE COOK RADIANT HOME HARD COAL STOVES, AT WILLARD BAKER & CO.'S, Opposite Harper Housp. Rock Island, 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 ns for an inspection of the same. Very finest work, Lowest piices, and perfect tit guaianteed. J. B. ZTMMEE, No. 1810 Second Avenue. Kock Island. 111. ffSpcrlal attention paid 10 fine Cuetom T. NOFTSKEB. F David Don, STOVES I . FI RST-CLASS SHOE SHOP (E.tliiciinb Si ret t nndi r Kuck IM NM. Buk. J0I1N.0. FREED, ' Proprietor. Work. Itepairlnp done neatly and promptly. OAK I this is an entirely New Pattern of Soft Coal. Stove. -ITS SUCCESS- Ilas gone far beyond oar expectation. 0?er Twelve Hnifei Have been put out this season, and it Las been all the. Foundry could do to till orders. On exhibition and for sale by v' --'. i :.l i