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Rock Island Daily Argus.
VOL XXXV. NO. 28. KOCK ISLAND, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 18S6. PRICE FIVE CENTS COMPETITION DEFIED. TRICES WARRANTED to be "20 to SO per cent cheaper at the HARPER HOUSE DRUG STORE Thin at auy otbtr Diujf ia Witirn Illinois. N'ol oulv cur 1'uti nt Mediums bul mi all Sl.iniliinl Drues. Fa m y Uim.i.- Mud Mis t't'llaiicoua Brtirli?. I.'eatl ll.eriu r.ili: TVzoui's IVw.l. I ..'10 Sail Mattalillc S" .:.) Wright's Kxtrnc 25 Milk Magnesia :t Warner's Safe Cure I'ifrce's Favorite Prescription 7(1 Athlophoroiis Pierre's OiiCMvery 7(1 I'ond's Kxtrai ts :3 Track's Magnetic Oinlmi'iit lti Hunt's licn'ily 5 Hamliun; Props :iti Hansom's Hive Syrup it Itaniln.ri; l.rcast Tea lu Husband's Magnesia 28 Kucklm's Arnica Salve 13 Nichols' Bark auil Iron 70 Electric Uiltrrs ",,) Kennedy's Prairie Wccil To ! King's New Discovery tfc! Mrs. Allen's llnir llcstorcr ',HI , Chamberlain's Cough Remedy "(i Seller's Cough Syrup. . . IS; ' Eye and Skin Ointment. .15 Shaker Extract. 45 " Colic and C holera Item. ,15 Simmons Regulator 70 California Suini Kigs ;:." Smith's Tonic TO , I'KKSCUI I1IONS- Our i"!'. T'l'l'oli . THSrk. l JOI'i .11 tTvi r.ri" (.UUp..! I; iiar;iiil'' (i t'- It ti'Hi r fiO ( r ten) Hi Second Avenue corner 01 Eighteenth St.. X X S JF S S r - S 115 and 117 AVe.st '2nd St., DAVENPORT, IA. I have now opeiteil t lie most complete stock of FINE CLOTH ING and GENTS" FURNISHING GOODS that was ever shown in this market, anil a IJAli A2STT.KE PEIC KS against all other dealers. Robert Kr 1 have also opened a Special Department for closing out Odds and Ends, whorein you can lind good wearing goods for Men, Boys and Children, in all sizes. All these goods are re duced one-foiirth to one-half of the original price, and marked in plain figures. Blankets, Blankets, Blankets, IN ENDLESS VARIETY. Illil lis I i ti "- n in a Safety ?1 tors JaV H'ater, Gas and Sewer Pijh Dkkkjb'b Block, Moline, 11. Telephone lv. FALL 'si HOPPE, TAILOR, UMii ci'ssor to and late Cutter for 1. I.ihernian.) iSo Second Ave., Rock Island. FINE WOOLENS, CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, Worsteds, London Suiting and Trouserings. tifLargc3t and most complete slock at the Lowest Prices. Paricular Attention given to Good Work. J. T. DIXON, MERCHANT TAILOR, " And Dealei in Mens' Fine Woolens, 1706 Second avenue. livortrm'tit i- ftui V il wi'li lilt' mre! and lr-t .-.:ft- in tin mi. d bv , xc-rit-mvil iifil r-l'.il:.' plmmi. i-is. I'm--!- an an.-l..-wh.T... N AKSHM.l, H'MI EK. !'r".l. ik'uint Am mie and Nim ! emit fc't., K.R'k I'lanit. I V , lllellije ' 'onipiiriiuii in our: lute of Hats and Men's x$ (iouils generally.' Emporium, DAVIS & CO., PLUMBERS Steam Fitters. A con..tf It fl'Kk uf i'ijw, Jiiass Goodd, Packing, Hose, Fire Brick, VA: Dcme Steam Pumps, SHJIIT FEED LUBRICATORS, Wo ''iiirautA-e c.'cry on-- pt rl- ct. siuJ will -m hi! Cium, twjury da w.vl. lo "iM"ip;ilt' partita. Heating Boilers, and Contrae- for furnishing and Laving 1712 First Avk, Rock Island, llliuois. -WINTER '87.- Msg JuRPRICES H SPECIAL ltiTUHM.FSWl J I FLAVORS Vi. ' m7 MOST PERFECT MADE Hf.tlihtnlPi.-- r. IViiv' M .k'o- limlrr r'lftirtm mnniiMrt,I. .Aliiin .h.t, 1'rn c'jt Lsii-u'l-n, Wtiitll J...HL-.-H. t-t. . il.uor dtii''ioiisl PRCli BAKNG POM)? CD. Cnrcm md St. HALF-CENT A V0H. The A ;! hrv afvr will publish ht thip col iimn !1 advortici'im iti f F.mn'l, For Krnt FurSaie, Boird or litM'm?;, Wniitt d. attd Bimilt Dolicec, ill tin- iate ni ont haifa c nt a irort, ;ch ri'urt' a word, hut no aUnTtit'rim-ut (enti than ten ci'iiln 7 1'KK CUNT MOKTUA0K8 ON lii;prmol li'va Furin-. .S-curit 3' ft tiiDetllie lt;n, hiv.X ted in vuv'a tast. Couipltttil lo;in always on hand for calr, Sizet of loan? $200 to $10,000 Tim i f hmm 5 years. Only rfittr-t lotitts tiattUrd. lit fcnuceit and dftaili liu en on aipii alioii ci tht i in iH-rcon or letter. II. ,M. UKM.KY, Attorney al Law. 214 M.un St., iJtt'niort. Iowa. VoK bALK, OLD 11'KR3 IX ANY qitamity :n ;v ofttf, rlioap. ANTKIt. -1'ol'U ;oOI KN'KK :.' !i' fit-n l.i criiiv:i.s fur a line hue if It.ili il:n i- (1 iay to ri;:lit in. 11 : reTel' nee rv.tim. il i l-. l.l.u I'Mt. Manager. i-im ll'.i .Maui M. ll.oel:irl. la VOK BALE. SIXTY LOTS IN MY AD- i!lTiti o i tie i iiv nf 1,'mk Inland t.n tour le.ir- !y ji .j iiu i!l. ue.! mil iv.-t at tiei rent per an It IIAVtMUhT. 3E CO AUCTION AND COMMISSION W. H. I.UNDY, UGTIONEE WILL Atteml Hales IN ElTTtlB CITY OR COUNTRY, at moderate charges, or ReceiveConsignments and make prompt reiunii. lecond Area en ROCK I8LASD ILL. Bulbrd & Loosley, -OBSKKAh- Insurance Agents. The rId l?srv and TimoTncd lompanieB lie preecoted LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID. laicp ftt k-w a- an Hvliahn (Vwprujy can afford Your I'atrvnnce i SjlictU'i? WT'UU'ce m Arcw Bta. O, E. MILES Emmrer od ffoai. KXKCI."TK3 cuts OK B'lildings, Machinery, Por traits, Auimals, &c. Also Electkotyi'ij Plates furnished In any minibei. tllfice and Ktisideiice reur nf r'lirittiao Chape!, lira-lT street, butweci; 4tb and 51 h, DAVENPORT I A S. T. WATKINS. (iircMr to WATKINS & HILL.) Deak r in Dry and Green Wood. Will aiw attend to Hftuiit,-: of alt aindu IHi..t a vartlc, rr.rn-r ft 27?h HtP'! on Molli e a tun' . T. U phon; No. !L', ; order may be UTt at. iiii-T plactv oct 2n-dtf WESTERN INVESTMENT ! Two -iiory tir irk bficinem hoiie, front two main ftr-cti. Crowing County Seat. Kan 838. 5 OOO rmP,1li" Will fill lKintwure :utd unpi.'niini btlciIle" Part cash, purl long time. Ktnblirhcd ei'ht year . Annual palee MXTY THOUSAND. Bqniek. KANSAS HARDWARE. Box 554 ST. JOf-EPU. 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. CHESTElt A. AllTllUK. Exprt'Siittnn of Sorrow Ovc Ex-Prcsidt'iit's Doatli. r Hit- The Kens In Ken' York nnd M ni-h- inetun I'rexitlent leveliinrt'n yiensase of l ondolrnre Biographical. CHKTER A. AliTHt'B- Xfcvv Yokk. November A- -niii u-j the news of Mr. Arthur's tla1li waniuile public many flag-i u:i public aitl iri'aU' biiUihns ero plaivd at ball inat All the state ami county civil courts mw in m-smoii took appropriate action in rnnl to the death of ex. President Arthur. Ani on J. Vmtderpoe! moved an adjournment of tli supn'tne court chambers out of p-sivt t the memory to the ex president He spoko of him ni eulogistic teiin as bvin a worthy eiti.t'ii and a distinguishtxl lawyr. He r latnl to his ability as a soldier and bis career in t lie custom Ijoii and as vice president and pn-id. -ntuf tlierniteiLStat.'S.Mr. 'and.riMl then sunpsted that out of !-esjieet to hi utemory the court adjourn fur the dav. Similar motions wre made and grunUtl in ull tJie branches of the supremo, snjjerior and comtnon pleas courts in session when the sad iiitellir nci; was made known, l'art ' of th general st.'ssioiK 'ourt was also adjourned on amotion made by ex-Judo Bedford, who poke highly tf the late enentl's admmisLru ( ion Mr. Arthur bad I i veil at .Lexington ae nuc fi r twenty years or more. A stroke ol cerebral aptiplexy, sudden tut not wholly nn xpeclol by thea.tcn lmp physicuins, ter minated tits life. The stroke came in his sleep hotwei'n Tuesday nij;bt and Weilnts ilav morning and ha lid not rallv thereafter. death was painless, the slow pmig-oul of a burned-down caudle, and for Itours before the end camo he va unccncifus ut In surrounding At the residence of the ex-president. i rnitcd I'ress reporter met Mr. Sherman N. Knevals, the law juirtner of the dead man, who said: "On Tuesday last the ex-presi dent felt well anil bright- He ate heartily of some clams and sipied his name to several communications. lr. to-ore I'eters. tin family physician, called at H p. m. and was highly pleased at Hie condition of his ia- tient. The attendant left tbt ex pi-esith-ut after half past 12. He was then sleeping-. hen t he attemlant entere 1 Ins room Wednesday morning he found hiin lying on his right side breathing heavily. Ho spoke to him, but received no answer. He placed his hand gently on his shoulder, but could not arouse him. The attendant became alarmed and summoned young Mr. Arthur who hurried a messenger to the resi dence of Ir. Peters. He responded quickly to the call. After examining Mr. Arthur, ir. J eUT siaren too prmiticnts case hopeless as the cause of his condition was a stroke of apoplexy caused by the bursting of a blood vessel, also causing the whole right side of the body to becom.' iaralyzel. Word was sent immediately to his near relatives and friends and those who could an-ive le fore his death. Mr. Arthur remained in an umonscicus cinditKu all day Wed ties day. ins ureal ning oecame more and more lalwred, but di-wolution was vcrv slow, and it could not be told to any degree of certainty when hj would breathe his last. 1 here was no scene at the Wdside, and at the time death occurrl it was not expected, Although Miss Nellit? knew that ber father was quite ill, the news of his death came like a sudden shock to her, and she was com pletely overwhelmed with grief. Her aunt Mrs. JtcElroy, led her tot he UtNide where tho ex-president lay, when thj young oqthans tears fell copiously, nnd slie was led aw iy inconsolable. Young Mr. Arthur took Jus father's death very hard, hut wire tip manfully. He had been a companion to his fatlKTaml his death moved tho faUh ful stn to tears." The funeral will take place from the church of t lie Heavenly Rest at rifth ave nue, near Forty-fifth street, at 9 o'clock Saturday morning and the remaius will be buried m the family plat in the Albany itural cemetery. SORROW IN WASHINGTON. " Flags at Half Mast All Over the ity . 1'lie rreident'a Sympathy. Washington City, Nov. T.. The i-r-soiiai regard in which ox President Arthur was held in Washington was shown by ex pressioiis of sincere sorrow on all sides Thursdsy morning at fhe news of his sudden death. The receipt of the first bulletin na followed almost immediately l y the ha!f masting of flags on the wings of the capitol. on the White House, and depart inent build ings, on the court house and district build ings, and on hotels, schools and private buiH ings. The president was at once informed and addresHHl the following to President Arthur' sister, Mrs. McEJroy: "E XKtTTIVK AlAPEKION, AVaSIMM.TON, D C, Nov. IS, ISbti MH8. John E. M Ki.kov. IiexiniNi avenue. Ner Yoikt'itv: Ac- ceit my heartfelt srmnathv in voiir ier- vonal grief and the expression of my sorrow lor rue ueairi oi one who was my kind and consider ate friend. The people of the coun try will sincerely mourn the loss of & citiaen wooserveu ineuiau in their hur hest tmt tiii won their affection by an exhibtiori vf iue wi irans m true American character. tRUVEB t'LE KUMi." The president then prepared an orth'ial an Douucetueiu or tne wi neww, Anu an onier for half-masting ot frigs anddrapm- ;f pU!v lie buildings for thirty days an. 1 dir.vtmr (hat they lw clwed ou the day of the funeral. u'-ow i!.u.u an urner mini, u iIm.h i.i ommeni-e drapmg the. White Houv imme diately. Later in the day the president issued th following olhcial annountvnient of 'the sad news: Executive Mavsidm. Wikhim:tiik cm- Nov. IS. To THE 1'EOIM.E OF T 14 K V N I I t U STATEJi: It is IHV OUlIlful dutv to Hiinntin.- tile death of Chester Allan Anhnr l.t.i.. the president of the United Htates, which oc curred after an illness of long duration at an early hour Friday morning, at his resi oVnoe in the city of Kew York. Mr. Arthur was called to the chair ut chief magistracy of the nation bv a trag edy which cast its shadow over the entire government. His assumption of the grave duties was markei by an evident and con scientious sense of his responsibilities and an earnest desire to meet thorn in a patriotic and benevolent spirit With dignity and ability be sustained the important uuties of his station, and the reputation of his per sonal worth, conspicuous graciouiness and pi -triotic fidelity will long be cherishe-l by his fi-llow countrymen. Ju token of rettpect to the memory of the deceased it is ordered that the executive mansion and toe several department buildings be draped in mourning for a period of thirty days, and that on tluj day of the funeral all public business in the , departments be snspendod.T be fecretaries or var ana rt m navy win omnft orders to lie issued for appropriate military and naval nonors to be rendered on that uay. li rover Cleveland. Chester Allan Arthur was Iwirn in Fair field, Franklin county, Vt, Oct. 5, ISiO. His in i iicr, a iapi:st clergyman, at the age ol IH emigrated liuin Batlvmeiia. Count v Ant rim, lilan-l. A thorough course in the best schools or u nion villagv and rJcbenectady, with a careful trainin g bv his father, en abled the deceaseil to enter Union college at ine eany age ol I . tie graouatexl wilb high honors ml M. The stutly of law was then begun at Fowler's law- school in liaJlston Bia. In lKil he went to New York and entered the law oti'iee of ex-.ludge E. 1). Culver, was admitted to the bar tbe same year, and be gan the practice of law. In K,f he led to the altar rJlen ijewH I term Inn nf rreder- lcksbnr;-, a. .Mrs. Arthur died in 1KH1, having two children, Chester Allan, aged and 1-Jlnu iierndoti, aged N vears. Mr. Arthur earlv to4c an active interest in 1 toil ties a a Henry Clay whig, and was a delegate to tho convention at Saratoga which founded the Republican narlv of New York. He also had a taste for the administration of military affairs, and U-fore th-j civil war was judgc-advitcate of the Secontl brigade of the state militia. When E. L. Morgan Itecame governor of New York in lHW he a p hi in let I Mr. Arthur to the pKi1ion of enginr-m-chief on his staff, and he was afterward made in.-iivtor general and then quartennaster pnerai oi me uumary iort or tne state, an ollice which he held until tho close of Gov ernor Morgan s term, i;i In hii t icii. Aithur returned to the prac tice of law and built up a large business in collecting claims aaiust thy government, (.hi ISov lbi 1, he was appointed collot-toi- of customs at the port of iNew York by Presi dent Grant, an otli -e to which he was reaiv poinled in 1 Pnsidnt Haves, after his succession to oil ice m 1S77, promulgated an order forbid lnij; ix rsons in the civil service of ttie government lioin taking an active part m mil i led maiiaumeiit. Mr. Arthur was at that time chairman of tho Republican i mral committee of New York city, and A. li. t'onwll, ' ho held the pisitiou of naxal cili. er. a hairman of tho state central ci-iiMniHce d:he Kime party. Both uejr It. ted to ioinpi with the pnKideut's order by resimiin: tlieir party xsiliims, and were su-iH-ihleHl from oil ice in July. I NTs On r.liriiig iioiii theotltceof collector of the i-rt oi New York Mr. Arthur returintl t'i li.e pra- ti. m of law in that city and con filmed to take an a tive part in viities. He was a zealous sm;irtr of the ' Imtns of Gt'tl. Giant to tin- Uepuhlu-an nomination for the prt-sideney in the (.ineagO convention ol issil. lb' presidt d in the senate during the sjHK-ial Msion whuh ln-t'iui on the-Jthof March, in the contest letw ii'ti the president and Sena tor .'.inkling in regard to apHint- ni"its it was dunner this contest thai President (xurlield receiveii the shot that sulweoueuttv pnvel fatal. While the president lingered between life and death, from July L' to Sept. V-, the vice pres ident refrained tiom all part in public atlitirs and cnitirnversica oi the time, only express inon fitting occasions his sincere share in the common giief and anxiety. The death f i. ni ne! I H.-is. aiinoumvl to hun m Ne York by telegraph di-patch from members of the cabinet. In Hciordaii'-e with the ad- ice 11 his 1i lends he took tho oath of olliiv at his own lii-u.-,' in New orkaNmfJ o'clock on th- momiiig f S'pt. ..' After visiting l,o:i Praiv h and accouipaovin t he n-niaius -t the dead president to ashmgbm, Mr. Arthur wasw..rn into ollice in a more for mal manner on the'J.'d, -md made a brief ad dri-ss. I he a'ue day. a- his fitt otlictal act. he pio, i.iimt-.! .- gt-ueial day ol nioniuing for lii piI'-tc-v Ft'NKIiAI. AltKANOEMKNTS. Ni:v York, Not. 19. The body of tho cx-prcsident was placed in charge of Undertaker Davidson this tnorntD. It will be buried in the Albany Rural ceme tery in the Arthur family plat. The fu neral services will be held on Saturday at 9 a. m. m the church of the Heavenly Rest, ou Fifth avenue. The Rev. Dr. Parker Morgan will olliciate. Mr, Arthur was not a member of any church, but his wife formerly attended that church, and its selection is due to the dead leader's strong loyalty to her memory, which was one oi his distinctive characteristics. Telegrams conveying the inU-Higenoe of the death of the ex-president have been sent to his brother, Maj. "William Arthur, ol the Lmtcd Mates regular ar my, stationed at Sun Antonio, Tex ; to Gtn. biewstcr at Philadelphia; ex Sec retary . H. Chaudlcr, and to other members of the cabinet of the late admin ignition, aud also to personal friends of the dead man. It is expected that the niemlH-rs of ex-President Arthurs cabinet will be asked to act as his pall-bearers at the funeral. The body now lies in a par lor on the second floor of the unostenta tious residence where the owner has passed away. James C- Reed, the private secretary to the late ex president, received all call ers at the heme of the Arthur today. the family of the dead cx-presidenl, con sisting of his son Chester A. Arthur. Jr.. his daughter KHen If. Arthur, and his sisters Airs. Mchlroy and Mrs. Howe, denying themselves to all callers. They remained in an apartment on the second floor or the house, and there received dis patches conveyinir expressions of sympa thy from relatives aud near friends, but none of these were given to the public, A Verdict fc.r Moen. Lowell. Mass. , Nov. lif AVwlHftay evening the iurv in the Wilson-Moen m bmught in a verdict in favor of the defend ant for f.Y?.'( being the amount of Wil w Hi's n.es for f TOHW, held by Moeu, wilh l' Here t 1 HE MARKETS. HICAOO. Nov. 1H. The iiii..liili.iny..n tl.u lw..-.1 ..r i. . day M.-iv u follows- Wheat -No. Novetn her. oj t-ne 1 nominal, closed, Ti-S,c nom inai: iJct-mlvr. epenc l V:-: cIoxh) ;4'y hid. .lann.iiy. ojwMi.-tl ;4V-.cloeil T4:V4e hid. ( urn - i. I. Nnvt-niniT. ojnefl and closed rmni inai; I LciiiImt, ojned closed :WV&-ic. .lanu-irv. n(H'iH' l. ;ri4.-, chise-l ;W-c. Oats-No NiMeiiiher.opeiit-d J-Vhc. chuf rl iVtie nnmiretl Ite t nih.-r. hih ihmI at' t i.iswlt JiRit- i.iimii. il lail'ia1 V ntieilt-d -lone, li'ised. Llr iif.inii. il l'ork -N.m Mnber. oiwued Si). Vi.l closed .V. bul: l'ett-inher ee?n-d ti..V.'U. i-L.hI ,; nomi'.ai. Ve,,r. oi-ned yr. . i.wi x neniinnt. Lanl-ltt-t ember, cloned 'IL'1., . ln:nl fi.'X'l-,. bid. Live k ihe Unien stock yanl- rcjmrt th- foMow in-: Taii of pricK; Hoifs-Mfokei 'l-e,) aieai:d price lit higher than yes ii-i. iv iuoinin-. sto-.:k trains were behind tih '", ;' -,: the ,torni; liht crades. i.Jtii, 1 I": i- M.li i .i l,niE;, :i.y.(.3Hii; heavy pacUa. :o ! ! i. i- (.K?:4.ai. Catile -Quiet, mtcli.ii-... 1 eve-. Y.IAtA.W cow. SI.TH -- ' ft'i.iu. Sheep !?teaciv: ema il : omi, t;Mn..w. l'nbi. e Pinter V'ancy creamery, 25re.j;( 't li-. tH. .! liiy. K.ie: pack m c, 11 ui- I t:-s- t. : ! tr rh. r.t-iaic vr do., ii e horix-. lf, i:-.. l etiitrv ('hit kens hX.Cul- ..- d;sck-. . : . t . ti:rktvt. TftrTL,." ui-cst- f : iK't de -.. diesscJ poultry, MSlc hi-ht-r. 1 ' t.ilm :. I lit I :n.k . 4if 47 iit-r l.n nti (. .'- K.iii IO). ; j. , r .'; limutv if llclirm :c..;jv Ai-pks-tuiri.iwdhhipifiiiir. Jfl.jU.W.wi t-i bi i Tdcdn. Toledo, Ohio. Nov. R W heat (liiirtt Hit,) ber. TTK-e; May, h5c. - Com Steady; cash iv. Alt' I.i. I llu I j i. V . y .x. ( lovr Seed Quiet; tali, J4.6t. I'eitiuvti It roll. lt DETHOIT. Nov. IS Wheat No. 1 white rash. THe- . i. i.,.i. iLran rwl Ua-: 1. j November: .v January; st-V .May. ( oru ftlitwatiktte. .... . ... MlLWADKKB. NOV. 18 heat I- i-ni- il r i a. ... i i -i -'"-"i, iitxcmiKr. ti-je, tanuarv. 7m'U. i -..p.lt..it. v . barter-1ndy: No. 2, 5.'hjc. BOCK iRr.Awn Oar 2-tc Hay TluoUij tlO.OO. Kr Wita moo. Corn Old 2e; Kew 40c. roiAioee Wjfl4uc. OLiona 60t. , CmI Soft 10c: luua 8,sn nmim mm k uvis disease. CVUDTnilCi F;""r or 1:1 sU' in The Ollflr I UlTl W iiHjtith; tenirne coat-d white or covered with a hnm n fur; p:iin in i he hack, sides, or joints often mistaken fur kht'imiatisin ; BOUT Stomach; l-.ot upptdil. : eometimes nausea aud water-hrasli, or iniliestinn ; itMtulen cy and ncirt cructotimu-; bowels llernately cos tive and lax; headncho- tosf. tr memory, with A painful peiipalfii of liaini: failed to do nomcthiDg whirhoni;ht tti have b i n done; de bility; lownpiri'.e; a thick, yi-llow nppearHiice of the pkln and eycu: a dry cmigh; fever; re-t-lewnefp; the orine is pcanty nml hitrh colon-d, and, if allowed to stand, dejciists a pediment. PURELY VECETABLE, U generally UFi-d in the Smith io arouse the Tor pid Mivertoa healthy net ion. It arte with cxtrauid'mip vcHh acy on the T IVER, - KIDNEYS and BOWELS, Aneflcctiial spi-t-Ui tor Malaria, Dypi-jioiii, Constipation, liiilmuiK , Sick Headache, Juuniliei', Nausea, Culic, Mental Denfession, li nvi I Ciiiiijiliiiiii, Endorsed by the n.' ut 7 MILLIONS 'f ! -i -t.-, Hi. BEST FAMILY MEDICINE for Children ?i.t A!uh- -o-.i ie .i ONLY GENUINE has oor lettt-r Z tamii n. 1. 1! t.: i n'li- . f m t;.;.. r. J. H. ZEILIW &. CO., Sole Pniprtflnin, rllll.A !l.l J'lilA !'A I'Kli'K 1 .. C3 O ZD z o 'Si o u Ofi o fa ctS JOHN ?vT 3 fT V-i i I iJ 1 OLDuilAX COOK RADIANT HOME HARD COAL STOVES, AT WILIARD BAKER & CO.'S, Onfioail Il:irtr Houa-. Rock Island, Illinois. I liiivi'jusi iiTfiveil tuy litsl itibtiilliiieiit of my 1'oivigtt ittijioi tutioiitf f FINE WOOLENS, FALL M WINTER WEAK, Ami cxtetiil a cuidnil iiivilation to my 'atn its for an inspfction of thf sam. Vtry iinest vvoik, Lowest piices, and pelfect tit guaranteed. J. 13. ZIMMT5R, No. 1S10 Second Avenue. Kock Island, 111. i i m t"Si cial all. nt ion i-aid to fine fn-tom T. NOFTSKEU. this 5f At- g Ilas b Wo? David Don, If 17 Second Avenue, Rock Island STOVES! FIRST - CLASS SHOE SHOP t K.Lliietuth Si ret. t under K;ck lItuid Nat. Bank. JOHN 0. FREED, Proprietor. Work l'piiirindone neatly and iroaiptty. '-i :t t entirely New P.iitt-in of oft Goal Stove, IIS SliOOKSS- "ite far beyond our expei'tations. Have been put out this season, and it lias been all the Foundry could ilo to till orders, On exhibition and for sale by