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Rock Island Daily Argus.
KOCK ISLAND, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER IS. 1SS6. PRICE FIVE CENTS voi,. mv. no. 27. COMPETITION DEFIED. PRICES. WARRANTED to be 20 to 0 per cent cheaper at the HARPER HOUSE DRUG STORE Than at ) ultacr Piusr store in Wicrn Illinois. Not only "ir P it' tit Mediums bin on all Standard DitiL's, Fumy Guilds and Mis- llar.cone artiolt s. Ki ad the nil rait-.-: V i-mi P..d. : Sail Masotilille Wrifjtil's Exlrai-s S5 Milk Mmitioia S3 Warner's Sfe l-urr HO Picric ' Fiivot he Preiu-iiption 71! Aihli.plmrmis 73 Pierre's liroreiv 7" Point's Exlrarls Trap's Maenetir. Oinliinnl Hi Hunt's Kumrdv ''' llamlmrs Drops :Si Kansnra'ii Hive Sj -rup 21 Handlers; Breast Tea i:i Husband's Magneain Biicklin's Atnita Salve i:t N'irliols' Bark and In 70 j Klectric Bitters '' Kennedy's Prairie Weed 70 '; King's New Discovery filt Mrs. Allen's Hair Reslorir ". !M : Chamberlain's Ou!;b Bemedy W Seller's Congb Syrup IS i " Kre and Skin Ointment. .15 Shaker Extract." 45 j " Colic and CliileVa Rem. ,15 Simmons Regulator . California Sytup Kii; "5 Smith's Tnnie PRKSrHlfl IONS- Otti I'r;-srri.!i'm -7" : ih furtin, i;t unit- d hv market ano all presi rii'l'iin." an- t uiiiH' it naraateed to be lowrr liy N w r cent t l.anelM Wh. Second Avenue corner of Eighteenth St Clothing n ' tjyv- ' A7 ! A.& P 115 and 117 AVessi 2nd St., DlVEISTPORT, I A.. I have now opened the most complete slock of FINE CLOTH ING and GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS that was ever shown in this market, and GXJRljST'PEK prices against all other dealers. Robert Krause. I have also opened a Special Department for closing out O dda and Ends, wherein yon 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. Dkerk's Block, Moline,IIl. Telehnn iSM. FALL so. HOPPE, e TAILOR, (c-iuTensor to and late Cutter for I I.ibernian ) 1B03 Second Ave, Rock Ibluiid. FINE WOOLENS, CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, Worsteds, London Suiting and Trouserings. "Lirgest and most complete stock at tbc Lowest Prices. Paricular Attention given to Good Work. J- X. DIXON, MERCHANT TAILOR. And Deala in Mens' Fine Woolens, 1706 Second avenue. j. sIih k. tl Hilh tin- piirf-l aint lii-t y .i.l o ixi't-ntuc.-il :1P1 r- hnlik- 1'lmrttiMi i-ls. I'rii'V re. MAKNHAI.I. A I- IM1 K K, rn. 1 Second Avt ime and MilvU-riiiQ St., Kock llii We fliiilletirie comparison hi oui lin of 11. Us and Men's i IMIllllsltlll g (.mills generally. .mpormm DAVIS & CO., I PLUMBERS AND Steam Fitters. A complete stOLk of Pipe, Brass Goods, Tacking, . Hose, Fire Brick, Stc. .Sole n nif for Deane Steam I'ump.s, SIGHT FEUD LliHRICATOKS, We guarantee ev:rT on- iwrf-rct. and will .':mt Cojis , twenty la s' ni-ji, to ret;o!iMti(r p trv.-js. Safety Ileating Boilers, and Contrac tora for furnishing and Laying Water, Gas and Sewer Pip 1712 Figst Ayk., Rock Island, Illinois. Telephone lllS. Tti iiilenre Teleetioiie imrj -WINTER '87. DRPRICES, fsPECIAL mm ilfwruBAintun li FLAVORS MOST PERFECT MADE trvt.;ty'l'rll li ':tr,it rnpH tr. PnHtT, Strrnfr 1A H. :iitlttMlit.---- 1! I'l fVikt'l!.: I'nw-ticr .onliiim n.' Mi-tiiMH! t l.ntif ii'tnoi pho i'ti.tt-. lr. frtct-'n Lxivaet.., Vatuli.i IaIiI'-u, iU, 'l.tvur (Kilciuutly PWCe BMW POWOfW Cft, Ofr jo and St. Loub. HALF-CENT A V(K!." The Amit' hf rt-sf'er will rohlth ht thin col limn h1! st ivtTlifcmcTitr' tf l,tt. Koun1, For Rfnt For Snle, BtiTi or li(Hm. Wtintfil. snd similar notice, st !h(- low r;iu- of fin- naif a cnl a uwo, .nch riL'iire a word, but no aUvcriiefraont than tt it ct'iun J I1K CKNT MOHTGAOKS IiiiiTovctl low F.trm-. eur 3 ! timr?the. losn. ami incpiMtcii in encn cane. I'oDipk-tctt lomit-:ilwft on hintl for hIc. Si-m f ltanc J200I" $10,000 Tlnii it mn 5 year. Only tttoi:-tl IwiHfi ttHinil, ti. KetViences aud lietaild aivt'ii on Hgtoli'MTltiti eillitr ill 1'tTfon or Ittter. II. M. HKNI.KV. Attorney at l.w. -214 M.iin M., TaveniHrt, Iowa. LK SALK, OLD PAPERS IN ANY qtiHiintv at ttiit office, cht'iip. WaN'IKO FliVK iOOl iCNKR " T ....ti,- ni. I. k ( 'tiiv't-h for tt tint- lino of Noli Oil ir.nul oi:( jirtv (o rifht nit li : n-ft-nuit tcttmrci. .'.'!. liKWKNU. Mauairtr l-lm U! Vain St. tnt nnort. fa. VoH SALE. SIXTY L(-TS IN MY AD- - t-tton oi'w 11 of o k If'irtisd gt; lour ar- iv (-t v iTu-iirf, :tli iiitcrcfl att-ix er nl neran u'nin B ilAVKNPOKT. ON ANUC0MMISS10N W. H. LUNDY, AUCTIONEER WU.L Attend iSalet IN EITUIB CITY OR COUNTRY, M mode. ait charter, or Receive Consignments and tn.tkv (tminpt rt'tiirtH. MODd Arenad BOCK 18LASD ILL. Riifbrd&Loosley, - (fKNF.K.AI.-- insurance Agents. Tb oid f'T? an'i Tirar-Tri'ii onianieti !it prcPenfed LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID. (aiee rt lew at? o UeiiKl'lp Pomvfil'y ran afford nnr I'atnnittF' tf sohriH' ir'itl'w in Armi H Inr.K . O. E. MILES EDgrayer oi Mi KXKCX'TKS CUTS OF Uiiildings, Machinery, Por traits, Animals, &c. Also Elilctrotypi; Plates fttrnisiied in any nnmbei. urn-iund Ko-itk'itre rt-ar of (Jiirixtian t;hael, i;r;wiy ftri'i, bttwtfi: 4th and 5tli, DAVENPORT IA S. T. W ATKINS, mH.,.r to V ATKINS & HILL,) IVuler in Dry and (Jreen Wood. Will ul-o uMi'Dd in Gsnlimr of all Binds 0!!irt' st rtinl". rnnir of '"'h ntnl on MoHi f avrnu'. T. It irhonc Nti. IX; ord'T; mnr ht W:ft :it-!ltivr plin oct-".V-dt.f WESTERN INVESTMENT ! l't-rii.)rv hrick liiiitf'i'r? hon, frontu two main rur-Hs. Crowing County Seat. Kan Bas. 5 OOO p"ilt ion Will m-U linrdwure mitt imi'l''n n'. lui-itM'-! I'nrt ca-h. part ltne time. Kst:iTi!ihfti ciht ymr. Amnml alti SIXTY THOUeAJiO. He nuirfc. KANSAS HARDWARE. Box 554 ST. JOSKPH. MO. Many a Lady ts 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. -: (wS U'h : 111 . lillll Aurn ARTHUR IS DEAD. The Ex -Presitleiit Passes Sutltlenlv Away at his Home in New York City this Morning. Briglit'N wiHraKe the t'auM- of Hi Death Brief HfcFtrh or Hiti Ke markablel'areer. New York, November 18. Special. Ex-PresidtDt Chester A. Arthur died at hia home in this city at 5 u'cloek this moroirig. Although Mr. Anbur had been suffering from Iiribl's disease for several months, his sudden death was a surprise to his friends. The supposed improve meat in his condition while at New Lon don, Conn., created the impretsiqn that his health bad been radical!; improved, but he began to sink rapidly after mid night, and by 3 o'clock this morning it was known he could not live. His death was apparently painless.' Chester Alien Arthur, twenty rirht president of the United States, was boru in Franklin county, Vermont, Octobor D, 1830. being the oldest of a family of two sons and live daughters. His father was the Ilcv. Dr. William Arthur, a Baptist clerpyman. Young Arthur was educated at Union College, Srheneetady. N. 1 . He laimht school in Vermont two years. and afterward entered the nttlee. of ex - .ludte E. 0. Culver, New Yoik City, as law student Being admitted to the bar, he tillered upon a succt ssful career, his partner being H D. Gardiner. He figured in oeverai celebrated slave cases. tie was a dt legate to the convention that founded the republican party. He ob tained the title of General by virtue of having been quartermarter general of the militia of New Yoik state. He always took a prominent part in slate and city politics, aud was ap p linted collector of the port of New fork by Piesident Grant, Nov. 21 '. It?;?, but was succeeded by Collector Merritt July 20. 1S78. Presideut Hayes having been dissatisfied with Gen. Arthur's course. He was elected vice president on the ticket with Gen. Garricld in lsso, and succeeded the martyred president to the executive chair of the nation iSept. 20, 1880, retaining the reins of the gov ernment, until President Cleveland look the oath of office March 4, tSSo. President Arthur's wife, who was the daughter of Lieut, ltcrndon of the United .Slates navy, died shortly allcr Mr. Arthur's nomination to the vice presidency, leaving two children, Allen Arthur and Nellie Art her, who stitvive the ex-ptesident. BANQUETING DEMOCRATS Fourth Annual Banquet of the ipiois Club. lro Many incniMhed Ktatemcn Pre- j ent-TheToai.tn ReKpnnded to--- j PeewldPHt 4'leveland'ft j Keareti. Cm aoo, Nov. 18 The fourth annual banquet of the Iroquois club occurred last night at the Palmer bouse. Among the large number ef distinguished democrats to whom invitations bad been sent the following are among ;he most widely known, who accepted and were preaeut Hon. X. G. Carlisle, Hon. .!, B. Beck, Hon. Edward 8. Bragg and Hon. .1. Stcrl ing Morton. Among the letter of regret was the following: E.XKt CTIVB Sf ANfllOS, WaHI!TOS Nov. 12. IKSli. Edward Forman, Corresponding Sec y: My Iear Sif: I regret exceedingly that official duties at this time unusually ex acting and important, prevent my accept anee of your invitation to attend the fourth annual banquet of the Iroquois club on the 17th hist. 1 am much im pressed with the present importance of a tborouuh and timely dsscussion by Un people of the Tarious questions, -which arc related to good government and the proscrity of the country and which, be cause they aw so related concern the welfare and success bf the democratic party. In the work, which must be un dertaken, of presenting these questions to the judgment of our citizens in such a manner as to remove misapprehensions and aid a correct conclusion, I believe that the Iroquis club will prove a most effective instrumentality. Hoping that the approaching banqueut will be the oc casion of pleasure, as well as interest and usefulness. I am yours sincerely. Grovek Cleveland. Among olher prominent personages, who si nt letters of regret are: A. S. Hrwilt, S. S. Cox, Itoswell P. Flower, Win. C. Enditcott, Perrv Belmont, Gov. J. M. Hill, Filzhuch Lee. A. G. Ttiirr. man and Fhz John Porter. Afierthe banquet at which between 2X1 or 300 goests and members of the club sat down. Hie following toast were made and responded to as indicated: "American industries, their growth and prosperity cannot be promoted by unnec essary or unequal taxation" Hon. John G. Carlisle. "The Treasury. Butplus and the Tariff Hon. J. B. Beck. "The public Lauds, the People s Her ilne for Homes," Hon. W. .1. Sparks. "The Great Republic," Hon. M W. Fuller. "The President of the United States," Hon. Edward S. Brag. "Mouopoly shall not rule," Hon. J. Sterling Morton. "The Sanctity of the Americau Home, the Safegard of American Liberty," Hon. James K. Doolitile. "The Democratic Party," L. .1. Kiuoe. "The young Man in Politics," Hon F. W. Lehman. John G. Carlisle of Kentucky, speaker of the house of representatives made the leading address of the evening, the toast to which he respouded was as indicated above. As the toast asserted a self-evident truth, began Carlisle, we cannot afford to ignore the fact that even in this age of philosophical speculation and practical knowledge, there arc men in the front ranks of literature, politics and busi ness, who seriously contend that the gov ernment can make its citizens rich and prosperous by taxing them. All taxation , Carlisle declared, no matter how it may be disguised, or in what manner it may be enforced, is ultimately a charge upon labor. He emphatically stated that suk alantial equality in the adjustment of rates of taxatiou and uniformity in the designation of articles, upon which it shall be imposed, are not ouly attainable, but essential. Under the present sys tem of taxing for protection purposes, a few have become very rich, but tbe many have become poor aid the gulf between luxury and penury is growing wider and deeper day by day, but with tbe power of taxation exercised only lor the purpose of railing rtvtnvw for tb inpport of tlie government, principles of substantial equality and uniformity can be recogniz ed and enforced. Carlisle conclud es in the following words: "No Qiattev who may desert, or who may fal ter, the great fight for reform will go on. Ttifs country don't belong to either mon opolists or communists and the people will save tt fiom. The people in spile of all the combinations and conspir acies will ultimately see that the true principles of justice and equal ity prevail in the legislation of the coun try, even to prevent a continuance of the Inug increasing evils. They will not rush from one extreme to the other, but will proceed carefully, deliberately and reso lutely to correct the inequalities, remove the unnecessary burdens anil open the paths that lead to peace and prosperity. Industrial and commercial emancipation can and will be accomplished by wise and mod. rule measures of reform, without interfering with any private enterprise or injuring any public interest. To this some at least are irrevocably pledged not only by traditions and declarations of the political party to which we belong, but by a sense of personal and official duty, which cannot be disregarded without be traying the confidence reposed in us by the jieople. Whether in public or in pri vate life, 1 thai! stand by that pledge and to the extent of my abilities andopporlu nities contribute in every way to the early and complete triumph of revenuo reform." 1 Jected thf! Old Auditor. t'OLl'Mm s. 1ml., Nov. 18 It seems that eleetion trouMes in Indiana have just begun. Monday, at Shoals, Mike Trueev, the Demo cratie auditor eleet of Martin county, de niniwlfd jiussossioii of the office, which wat refiwvi t,y ioL BriHik-, the old auditor, aud a K, piiliiu-aii, who elaons that his time does in empire till tbi. Ut of Man-h. Tracey at ome set-Hivd hi'lp, and, after a stormy time, ejei-teit brooks from the ottiee, which he now holds t-v barricade. Henry George to Htmnp the Country. !ew York, Nov. is. Arrangements are bein made, it is said, for a stumping tour of the country by Henry George and some Ger-man-sjienkins adherent of his, for the pur- rsise of personally addressing workingmen iniil iurimi.s branch organizations of the :ti!onal Lil or p-irty or progressive Ie mj rat-v. A BLIZZARD IN THE WEST. Tntiito ltlf-lia-1i'd by Snow In Iowa and brftka. I'm'' .;, iVv. 1. -Th following dis fwU'h was ivtvivf.. hen Vetln-1iy aftr- IKK'.i ? Mil." At kkk. Wis.. Nov. 17. -Thweis a UmtiIk Tin Hint is- Jilockatiing trains in Iowa :in l Mt-lirriib.i. ( n the Iowa and Iia fcota tin isioii of the St.. Paul No. 4 freight is stn k in th snow thiVv milt's west of Worth iiil4n. Fif iht train ?so. 4 is in the snow tour nul'-i tst of Norwood. It is snowing haul, nl the nitul is Mowing a ffnlo. All trains are oUnidtjm 1 west of irvtnlsoni, on the . V. &. 1'. division. No. f, on Scotland and MiU-t-ll, is in tlto snow three niil s west Y ank ton , near the insam- a:' vhn n. I has aU-ut twenty-five rws s.ncers on board, and it is Mowine and 1 tmowiuz so hard that the tram, can not be reached. The Iowa train No. L, which Ht Chicago with a double header Tuesday, is stuck in the snow west of Templeton near Manning. Snow plows and snow-shovel ere are on the wav to get them out o trams are moving west of Fountain. It is still snowing and blowing very hard and the will are down. On the Hastings At Dakota division of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul road tho "dutchman" struck a freight engine. It was storming so terrifically that the eninfor did not know where he was. The tiHni:?re was slight. It is raining east of Miuiison, is, and snowing west of there. Vtlaut Heat en. Sx I-'kancisoo. Kov. l The race for th - I'aik :kcs Tuesday was won bv Lizzie lhitibnr, V-.-'anV sec-mtl an 1 Mollie M Cart by lat. The odd agitinst iHinKar wa fifty l vit". Ten Men Killed. Mils. v. l len workmen were in stantly killed Tuesday and six others in' jnred ly the coUa)e of a building in process ff eiv-'tiTi in trt-nol)leT department of lscre. THE MARKETS. Chicago, Nov. 1' The onoiiitioiis on Uie board of traie to- iiny wvrt as follows: Wheat No. , Itecem NiT, oneiwl V5c. closed "iv; .Ian nary, opened c itxl T.ic: Mv, oj-ened fc'e. cIomhI. H. Corn -No. -.lleceniher, oiened yiT4!C, ched iti'c; .laimai y. opi-nei, Tc, closed Wlc May, oi-emtl 4-i , t-loec 1 41V Oats So. 2. lec-a!K-r. oeueil and closed itr'c; May, o(w noil "'jp, iltised, ilic. Pork Uecember oTio(i '..4-$. cltwd Jit.-ti; January, ojencd and rltrfcd hm d lcc ember, opened Live tocU The Union sloe!; yards report tin lollovtiri!: ratine of priees; lio; Marki-t op.-nt"i fairly active und prices were well maintained; iwk'r; were buviiiai slowlv lin lit ci-juli-s. t;i.Mi..y.y'i; rough packing, S.i-: heavy packing and shipping lota, liTO rn-lu'.": Butter Fancy creami-ry, 25te3Bc jht l'j; woo) dairv. !f'.?3ic; l'mkinr, lUit-tc, r.p:s Mri-tty irf.-U. Ht.vtot: jcr doz; ice hoiw. I'1Uje. J'ouitry 'tu k-n-:. "jiic -r !t: dticki. Tl-iVt-c: lurke. Tf'jJe; ffeese. $5.1-. Jii.ui tuT tl.; .ir.-ei p mi try, Wf.4c higher. I'otatofs- 1 urbunks. 4;4T per bu. tin track; r.;tni i;o( .:.Mtf; Hcauty of lietiron.afit&e. App'c?;- rairto-tMHi shiopiut;, $l.jOfjJ.t)U per Mil. New Vurk. Nfcw Yokk. Nor. 17. V. luat-No.l red stale. HrV-frc; No. 2 do M'-.t-; N'. n-tl w inter TVci'n-lter, Kr'n ; do .iani )r.. T' jj.'. i ,r;V Nt. " miTvd cash. 4 e iu J ft t-tnti r. Janiary, 4714c In. I. oa's o. I wh-if Mate, :e; No. S do. , live -I'tti: and ucininaf. li:rtey UiK-lmri ed. l'o;k- IhiU; new mc-s, IM.iiT-; hi ; . laid Hi.Vu. NoU!tie; Uect-n'xr; tt; J;!U1 O . To 1 !. ToLKUO. Jhi.t. Not. 17, V!uat 'J'iu-i; tinn; eush, TT'it-; IH-ccmbvr, iHr; M.-iv, K;'f. torn rirm:d'tM; t-Ah ifx May, 1- 'iiti. ' :n Nr-tr'e tod. Clover Seed- lll-lH-i. tii't: a.-li, HM, liet-endrfi-, .ji: ,lanuar. -4 n'-j. St Lou it. St. Iaji'I, Nov. V Wheat- 1 li-r:nl'T, M;iy. M i-' ali, May, 'Md iaay; No. 2 rl chcIi, 7i-' ' (,i'; January. 7S - nominal bill. l orn tay; No. hum 1 .'i4'4c: j t(-eibr, MrU", .'aim; miji'd tash, : S!ioein;br, 'c bid; May, iiHft.-. I'or Mvh'I;: Sy.'j. l.ant Steely: f&X. lrk) - t- aiy: fLW. Kye V t ij . MilMnrhee. MtLWAtTKRE. Nov. K. What-Wek; aih, tt'Vl" MooemlMr, 72: January. - ' 'or 11 Firm; No, 2, Ifbe. Oat -Steady; Nr.. 2. Mi . Kve- Hiyher; No. I. Yiil-X ca!y. No. S, X-'!at. KtM'K ItKLANU. Oair 2lC H ay T 1 inolrt 1 f 10 . 09 !lay Wild fHUW. bye Ml Corn -oid 42c; New 4fc. PotawHiB Sag. Otiions fiOe. iviel S.ifi Hic:tat(i Otnd'A"tKl-$.t.5. Sitaw-nuw. Cheap Mail Bozct. Tbe finest mall nd-iaper box ever in vonted ib ftAT sale l the Abous office at the low price of $1 each. The same box Ih sold everywhere at f 1.60. Call and ex amine Llietn Wm. McBniry, Attorney at law, loans money on good security, makes Collections. Refecese, Mitchell A Lrfcd. holrr' nnW i poitoffici block I'MILING SPECIFIC for LIVER DIM. CVUDTflllCi IliMlr or in ,he w I Mr I UnO mouth; tonuuc coaUd white or covered with a hmwn fur; ptiii in he back, fidefl, or joint often mistaken for Kueumatiein; SOlir BtOmaCn. iw Biw:iii-, nouiruniCB nausea and waler-liraph, or iniliection ; tlatuli-n cy and acid eructation; bowelB alternately cos tive and lax; headache- "f niemury. with a painful senrtmion of haing failed to do noinethlDii whicboutrht to have hen done; bttity; lw piriie; athitk. fltow appearance of the ekln and eyee: a dry cou-ih; fever; re-.t-leMnefs; the urine it wauty and high colored, and, if allowed to stand, depoist- a sediment. SIIIS LIVEH EEKEATOB. PURELY VEGETABLE, Ii generally used in the South to aroupe the Tor pid Miverto a healthy action. It acts with esiraordinry.efflca y un the LIVKH, K't OVIi'VsS AND ISO W ELS, Aneffectcal spec'Si: fiT Malaria, Dyspepsia, Consti palion, liiiliousness, Sick Headache, Jaundice, Nausea, Colic, Mental Depression, Bowel I'onipiuint?, Endorsed hy the ne .it 7 MILLIONS '( li l- tle. Uiv BEST FAMILY MEOiCiNE forChildrt-n and A-inli .., I ,.r :u ,j. d. ONLY GENUINE has oqt letter Z stanii in r l mi (nut of i jf p. r J. H. ZEILIN & CO., Sole Proprletom, IHM.A1)E1.I'I!IA, V.. run E 1 w. c3 o .5 o i3 o O Si CO o EC az O P o ta o JOHN SB! LOOM. AX COOK STOVES! RADIANT HOME HARD COAL STOVES, AT WILIARO BAKER & CO.'S, ClppoHitH Harjtnr Houhi-. Rock Island, Illinois. I have jnst received my fust installment of my Foreign importations of FINE WOOLENS, i KALL AM WINTER WEAK, Ami extern! a nmlial invitation lo my patniiH for an inspection of the earne. Very finest work, Lowest pi ices, and perfect tit guaranteed. J. T3. ZIMMEE, No. leUO Second Avenue. Hock Island, 111. Sin-mil alti iitioii caul to tine t'astom T. NOFfSKEB. 1 this is an entirely New Pattern of p Soft Goal Stove. ITS SUCCESS jjijj. !? Has gone far beyond our expectations. Bra TWBlfB HaBuTBu K0K- FIRST-CLASS SHOE SHOP lE.titr.uili Sun t iimlrr Km k bland Nat. Bank. JOHN O. FREED, Proprietor. Wurk. KrpatrinKdone ncatlj anil promptly. 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, If 17 Second ATenue, Rack Island