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Rock Island Daily Argus.
PRICE FIVE CENTS ROCK ISLAND, SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 20. 1SSG. VOL. XXXV. NO. B. COMPETITION DEFIED. PRICES WARRANTED to Le '20 to 30 per cent cheaper at the HARPER HOUSE DRUG STORE Th;m at any oilier IiulT stun- iu Heslcin Illinois. Not ..uly our l'.iti-nt Medicines 1ml on all Standard Ptutrs, Fauey Goods and Mi ollatinMis arliulcs. Head the cut rales: Poziuii's Powder Wright's Extr.ic's Warner's Safe Cure Atlili.phorniia Pond's Extracts Hunt's Weniedy Hansom's Hive ISyrup Husband's MafjuesU Nicbula' Bark and Iruu Kennedy's Prairie Weed Mrs. Allen's Hair liettortr teller's Couiih Srup Shaker Extract Simmons Regulator Smith's Tonic. l'KtfSc'ltU'TlONS- n,ir fn riplion ,1. i-nilnn ul is slm k! with the purest and lies! kw1s in Ih. i..., .i all ,-...,;,. i,.. r . .-. ,m . ..i A h v ix I if rlt IK eil HIM rtnauie iTisniim ISIS, rnu ., ,.,,,, I i l. !,. . r t.v !,i in r cent it. .la f l-ett in 1 ('- W Alt MIA 1. 1. $ .,'jl) Sail Wascnlille .25 Milk Masnesia :W XI Pierce's Favorite Prescription 70 .72 Pierce's Discovery 711 .;! Trask's Macnetic Ointment Iti MTt Hamburg Drops 31' . . Hamburg Breast Tim 13 .28 Itucklin's Arnica Salve 13 .70 Kleetrio Hitters :!: .70 King's New Discovery W Wt i Chamberlain's Couch Kemeiiy all IS; " Eye ami Skin Ointment. .15 4.)i ' Colic and Cholera Kern. .1.") 70 ! California Siiii Figs -J . .70 '; MPRICES SPECIAL 1 mm iNWtHWLFRtin I j FLAVORS MOST PERFECT MADE Hv.iittifiitii--" . In Vit.v'.-P 'kiMtf Pi.wdfi ...mai'i? mi ;niiiMii:..l.iiUf .Alien "f t')l: I'hMf. Or. I'rii kk.tt1it.-U, aliliU, lx'HiOll. t-li'-. flavor tlellrl')Usl PR'CE BAWNG PQWWP ffl. Chlfaja and St. Lau-.a. HALF-CENT A W08H. Jllllllll All KIMIKK. l'runls and Ninettenth St., linei Island. Second Avenue X corner ot . F.irhtflfint.h St.. V I We challenge kQj s comparison in ourj inio of Hats and Men's Furnishing lJnnis generally. Iht: Akji' htrtrifer will pnltliHli in tbic col nmn ftll iveriift nn ute of l.'-r-t, Foumi. For Ucut Forii-ale. Bo-rt or K-Hiin?, Winitcti. hihI Bmi!fir nolu ep. t the low rim m "n A(t ft ct nt a wonl. wh fiLnre a word, but wo atlve niecnuat it trmn leu rents J PEK CKNT M O KTO A C K S Jmi'tvuM lows Kariii;-. fi'ciutiy 3 5 tiunttie loan, eiiio: itipocitv't in cmn cast'. eomplttl loants alwftyt- on hiul for Six.t ot loan? $200 tf 10,000. Tlirtf f lo.inf 5yc:irs. unly choictft totttt ti.imlUd. ltcfcrt'iicci ami det.tiln sjivt-n on .iiJ'1m atioii chluT in pt-reon or letter. 11. M. 11 KM. KV, Attorney t I.nw.. 21-1 Strtiii St.. Pavetirt. Iowa. Emporium) 115 and 117 AVest t3iul St., DAVENPOET, IV. I have now opem.il the most complete stock of FINE CLOTH TNG ami GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS that was ever shown in this market, ami GUARANTEE PRICKS against all other dealers. obert Krause. I have also opened a Special Department for closing out Odds and Ends, wherein you an find good wearing goods for Men, Boys and Children, in all sizes. All these goods are ie duced one-fourth to one-half of the original price, and marked in plain figures. Blankets, Blankets, Blankets, IN ENDLESS VARIETY. I -a SOI -;S ff DAVIS & CO., PLUMBERS Steam Fitters. complete ctock of FipH, Brass Goods, Packing, Hose, Fire Brick, Stc. a ejiti fur Deane Steam Pumps, iSHiHT FEED LUBRICATORS, Wtnn irtti''; i:cry tcie pertcct. and will t'ritl (Jup. t. niy ' tricl, to rrsiMmt-i'jtt. p;irt.er. Djseek's Block, Moline, 111. Telephone jr,:'.. -3 Safety Heating Boilers, and Contrac '.;3 tors for furnishing and Laying fy Water, Gas and hewer ripe. 1712 First Avk., Kock Island, Illinois. Telephone 11. Ri diitenre Telephone IIHT FALL WINTER '87. HOPPE, the TAILOR, (successor to and late Cutter for I. Libeiiuan.) 1803 Second Ave., Roek Island. FINE WOOLENS, CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, Worsteds, London Suiting and Trouserings. (Largest 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. lOK A LK, OLD PAl'KKS IN ANY ;uanlity .11 lluf ortVe. clie;it. 7antki. Fori; noon knkk 1:. Ik- mi 11 m :-t f-r n tine line of lloli I rt-iiiiircil. hi men ; t ft ri nct- IV M.WKNI). Mftn..- 1 !'. Mam St. Ifdvi-npoit. Is LK HALK, SIXTY LOTS 1M M Y AI- tlition- oiheettyof Rock Is'.an.I on lour yvr ly paviut ii!-. inti rci-t at 111 r cent wr an u-nn It IIAVKMMKT. 1 Sill co 1 Hill AUCTION AND COMMISSION W. H. LTJNDY, AUCTIONEER WILL Attentl "Sale?- IN BITBS3 CITY OR COUNTRY, stt moderate chsreef, or Receive Consignments aod make prompt returnn. ococd Annan B0CS 1BLAB0 ILL. Rulbrd & Loosley, GENEKAL Insurance Agents, Tbeold Pire and Time-Tried companies Jte presented LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID. latef-ai low ae an Reliahle Company can afford loar Patron ace t Alienee . nrome in Arctic Iliork. O, E. MILES Engrayer on Wool KXKCIITES CUTS OP Unildings, Machinery, Por traits, Animals, &c. Also Electrotype Plates ftiniii-he;! in any niimbcl. Ofll'.f and Iit:didii)te r-ar of Ctiriet'.iin Chapel, u.a.iy ?Ht, ut-twtv:: tut nun run, DAVENPORT IA S. T. WATKINS, (accvvwir to W ATKINS & llll.L,) IKaliT hi Dry and Green Wood. Will nlfontu-nd to llautii. or all in tin tHIirn ai viir.li", corner r,t J7'h Htvvt on Mtlrr avfini-. ii it-piiuiif l.t. ; rmTf may in- n il i t nner piaci. ct -'it dlr WESTERN INVESTMENT ! Two-try brick bticiu''fH ht'iii', frnni wo main t-irtcic. crowin County, Seat. Kan r,ir. 5 OOO U"tMiUii.u Will 0(11 hard w tin1 .'Mid unpii'iii' iit IxiHiHefH. l'art each, part lone lm: Etatili-slicd ti-it vt'arf- Annual calcn KANSAS HARDWARE. BOZ 654 is'l". JuSriPlf. MO. THE DEAD EX-PI! ESI DENT. HIS REMAINS TO BE LAID IN THE AL BANY RURAL CEMETERY. Funeral Service To lie Wimple The (ioard of Honor The Fresulcnt, 1 em bent of the Cabinet, anil Ken a ton to Attend (iootl AVonla Hpoken for the lead Stateamen. New York, Nov. Jt. Tliu ftmural of the late ex-prfsi.lent will take pittw on Moiuluy nt ! o'clock at the Church of tlw Heavenly Kesfc at Fifth avenue an! Forty-fifth street The Kev. Ir. Parker Morgan, associate jwis tor, will otliciate, axsisted by the He v. Dr. Leonant, pastor nt St. John's cbureb, whu-h Mr. Arthur attended during his resiuiu-fl m Washington. Tlw body will be buried m the family nlat in the Albany Rural t-entetery. Col. Clayton MeMiehael of rhilaflelphia, will superintend the arrangements for the fun eral. Col. Me Michael whs the marshal of the Pivtrit-t of Columbia under Mr. Arthur's ad ministration. Cndei taker Alexaudtfr JJavid- son, s'Xtun of the church of the Heavenly Kest., will have charge of thu details of the funeral There will l no service ;it the house. It isthed'-sire uf tho family that the funeral rvice shall be simple. Mai. en. Srlmtield, eonunaiuling the division of the Atlantic, called at thff house and offered the six lot teries of artillery stationetl in the harbor ns a guard of honor to the body. The niter was arcepted. The regulars will bring no music with them No other military or civic lody will panid-1. The VanderUlt family promptly plved the New York Cmtral at the disposal of the mourners for usrt on Mon day. The use of a sin viol train wasobvi akd, ait wna found by having prompt service at the church at easy connection conM lemailefor the express I cn ing for Altiauv at 10;;0. Private cars will 1 ndd-d to that train. The list of ttalMtoarers is not yet com plete, as no word has been receiveil from wvera! gentlemen who have 1k'h mp tested to act in that capacity Ex S'retMrH-s lin coin anl Chandler, Attorney Ceneral i!nw ster and ex I'ostma-lers llattnit ami tires-ham hav. however, aci'epten. The t tal numwr if pall -I tenters w ill pntKibly W ten. tten. Arthur was a nuigmticnt -pvinM'n of 'hvsical manhot tl while he was at the White Hon'. Two j ears ajzo his weight was pound-; a few week. ;ij; he weighl I ui. He nrmitaim' l his old time court of manner and m-atns. in attire to the very last, lb' l.-avestw x lnl hco, All.m. a-il L'f, and Nellie, ngt-i H. 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. his associates ou a footing that none but the true gentleman can do, making every one who met him, even casually, if not a friend at least a well-wisher. He was not a brilliant president, nor an aggressive one. He rather permitted the government to run as a well- oiled machine than to rush it for his personal reputation. He was a fair party man, a fair lople"s mam and his party showed bad faith when thev refused to nominate him in 18S4. a Ms. mm Al.l.AS AND NELL1K AllTHl'K. Gen. Arthur was in comfortable circum stances, but ho was not as rich as people gen erally believed. He did not save a penny from the $ I7.i0 that he received during his oecuancy of the White House As a mat ter of fact, he made heavy drafts upon his private income to nwt tlw expenses that he tncurml w hile president. It is no surprise, therefore, say the friends who were closest to him, to hear that his fort tin will not exceed &UU.U0.I. 1 Ie made h is money in h U rof essiou. Th who have known him longe.-t and lest declare that he never made a dollar in jxtli tics. When he retired from uttin? he was poorer than when he went in. Had it not boeu for the lucrative practice of his firm it is said he would have left oltit.'e a pour man. l'o tutrices To lie Closed. Washjnuton Uty. Nov.JO.-Tho foliuw iaz order w as issued at the pcstotlice depart ment Friday: OiU'EHED: Cn Monday, the -.'Jd of Novem ber, the ttostoflices of the Cnited States may be closed between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and 1 o'clock p. in. m memory of the late president of the Vnited States, Chester Allan Arthur, and the usual emblems of mourning displayed. William F. Vilas, I'ostinaster tK'neral. Senators to Attnd ttie I'uiternl. Washington City, Nov. ?. The sena tors Iwlow named will attend the funeral on behalf of the senate: John Sherman, tieorge F. Edmunds, John A. Logan. William . Allison, M. C. Butler, James I). Cameron, V. Voorliees, Warner Miller, torgo C. Vest, A. F. Gorman, Joseph It. Hawley, and James K. Jones. Tho President and Calunet. Washinoton Cm-, Nov. SI. The presi dent and all of the cabinet, except Messrs. Manning and Garland, will leave this city Sunday evening for New York to attend ex Fresident Artliur'.s funeral. ROBBED THE CITY. The Treasurer of Vhicennes, lud., Cou- fet.eft Hia fiuilt to the Mayor. Vinoennes, Ind., Nov. i0. Orders were issued by the city last Monday night on City Treasurer Henry Duesterherg for $10,000. When they were presented for payment Huesterberg found that he had only $123 on hand with which to meet the obligation. He immediately went before the mayor and said that he was a defaulter; that he desired to turn over the keys of tlie office and to go to jail. He wept bitterly and professed he knew not where the money had gone. Nome very rich citi?,en.-i are on his bond and have taken possession of his property, which will ijay one-third of the deficit. Deusterberg had lilled the oilictt of city treasurer lor two terms, and, notwithstanding tlie present pre dicament, is still regarded by many jieopte m an honest man whose chief fault has beeu incomieteiiey. A l;trallel to the lienton lat-c. 1'n rsiiinu.i, Nov. io. Ex-United States District Attorney Stone, a Republican, who like 1'istrict Attorney ltentou of Missouri, a Dvm-jcrat, was removed from otHce for ac tivity in the last campaign, was asked Thurs day night what he thought of Mr. licnton's reinstatement. He said: "It appears that the- president removed him under the im pivssion lhat he was neglecting his olticial du ties while making speeches. It is to be pjcsiirmd that the president suspended me iimi r tlie M-mc iioprtssion. I think it proper towtitte the factH to the president and let him take, sucii course as ho deems best. 1 did not in any way neglect my duties. My siiee c lies were made at night at such conven ient oints as enabled me to leave the city lato in the afternoon and return the same night erciii lv iii the morning. OHiciiil Itcturn lor Indiana, MiiA..!'oi.is, Ind , Nov. J0. The ohb cial returns . f the ivcent election show the following r.Milt in the state ticket; Itobert soti, H"p., for lieutenant governor. 'U,'..'; N lson. Ih-in.. Oa 1 rohi., !MV,: rope, national, 4,010; Koliertoon's plurality, X.-.VX Mr l-i Folli-lte. Hep, candidate for superintendent of public instruction, lead his ti. ket with '-Ml. '.Vi votes. The Cleveland Mystery. CI.evfi. wo. Ohio. Nov -.o. - -Th" exnnin nttoii of H. i..i;iiuin heller, who is held on -ir-pii-em of ha mg murdeied his wife. Jane J Ih H"i-. M-Hlav night. Ir.i- not y-'t U en i coin iii'led In the police eoitrt Thursday, Ftiruk tfr;tve, who was in re-ted on the m .nce of U hclhr and charg.-d with th' i i tin- in - til :n .ililil an I was iiisclinrve.1 f (tor; .-ii -f.rlv .(iioter l-nrnare To lie lllonn in St !"'is. Mo , Nov o.-The Ago of Steel aniir-iint l(';it t he Jupiter ftirna c at South Sf l.ouiw, whi' hhns le-c't idle for two years pa-it. will Ivi blown ot as soin a sitiu" impor tant improvoiM- tits now under contract are completed Thi furn:ee will have a daily capacitv of over 'Jint tons. Its owners have I just mad.'1 acntraet for 'j.Oou tons of litis iner ore Acted in Nef-in-feiie. Cnir.Ain, Nov. vo The man who ivai killed bv Ferry O'Menro, the I.ake Shore nvid employe, still renwms um-ientihel. 1 he inquest was held Thursday, and the coronvr's jurv recommeiidetl the discharge of the pris oner Iteestise it considered that he had acted in sell -defence. (t'Me.ira is still held at the armory on a cliarge of disorderly conduct Heavy Front In Mexico. NEW l.AREItn. Tex, Nov. ".'IV Reports from points on the Mexican ationaI railroad 1 as tar stitli ns Motiten-y states that destruc tive frosts pr.-vatled during Wednesday mht. KruitP and etubes ait' liadlvdain siged. The thermometer registered sixteen legrees abovj wry here. 1' is motluat INFAIL1NG SPECIFIC Ik L1VKR DISEASE. CVUDTnilC Ui-ter "r ,Kl,i 'a "ie g Ifftl Ulll W inoiitti ; tot.L'ue eontf.1 wldte or covered with a bniwn fur; pnoi in the t-ark, tide, or jnintf often itiisfitken for Ilieiirntisiii ; BOUT Stomach: lossef njipetiic: wmietimts nausea and waler-nrasli, ur iiniiyef tion ; tlatttleii rv and acid eriictotioits; tHiwels altt rnMtcly con tive and lax; headache- f memory, with a ramftil heiipaiiou r (!;iintj failed to do eomethivg whir bought t have been dnne; de bility; low spirits: a thick, yelhiw apfiearance of the tkln and eyes; a dry ((niizh; fevur; rer-t-leffiiess; the urine if scanty and InL'fi rolored, and, if allowed to stand, depotsts a sediuient. The ib-y hi tier, eji in.ii;. .b4tt'iar'. Corn N t..scd closed :ti close 1 and t ! W i 1. 1. 1. 1. opened Deeemli i.ai: V. tini. i THt: MARKETS. CfllCAOO. Nt.V. 1: ; e':ii ;,. ! o-i (Ii. Im;trl uf tia le t; t ri-toilow; Wheat-No. Noeni ic 1 ttoiniiial. closed. i C htmi Lv-ilil'tl', oi-em-l Tf'ie, rltised 'ii-':; . u-:i 7.'.- bid, el.fced a-ked , NoiL-iu'eer. oiened W-w nontiiuil. e'Miifiil: I'eceniber, cjK-ned ;t'st-. 'n(; .l.muary, oji'iied ;Ce nominal i;c t:its No. - November, opened el noiiutini: lieeember. opened 'ol -'I'it' t'nl; January opened X!ti', -.-d. Mi'i,' hid. Fork -Nnem!e -Vt iioHii'i:il, elo-ed t.5iUi nominal. i- oju ned JI'.jO. closed J'l.rv.'Vi ncnii' ii. ofeticil z'-'. 'K clostil .k'w noiin .io.t Noveiulier. opened a d li.se U k The ennui ftoik yartls reiiort iaiii ol I'l ice; Hogs-Market GOOD WORDS FOR THE DEAD. What Garland, Lamar, Yllas and Whitney Thoncht of Arthur. Washington Crrr, Nov. ai. Attorney Citfneral Garland said Thursday that he bad known ex Fresitlent Arthur intimately and had every reason to esteem bun both as a friend and as a public official. Mr. Arthur occupied a very trying position as presi dent, entering the White House as he did during the political excitement whieh fol lowed the death of Fresident Gartieid. and his admiuistratiou aa marked by ability ot a high order. Secretary Lamar said that Mr. Ai thur'.s death would touch the hearts of many people with grief. Called to the presidency under trying and most painful circumstances, he bore his honors with dignity and adminis tered the executive department of the gov ernment in a manner that was just to all sec tions. He was highly esteemed and especially liked by many of the southern senators ami representatives. Fostmaster General Vilas sitd that. Mr. Arthur's administration of the government had commended him very strongly to the re sjject of the people, and especially, consider ing the very trying circumstances under which he took office, his administration might le called remarkably successful. No instance of the manner in which he per. formed the duties of tlie office of president in the previous history of the country olfers a more commendatory record. Secretary Whitney said: "I know and esteemed Fresident Arthur very highly long before he liecame president. I deemed him a much abler man than was his repute when he was placed upon the ticket " I regret his death personally, for lie was the most genial of gentlemen and leaves a largo circle oX friends who will be filled with regret" What C hlctfro Mayor Says. Chicago, Nov. VO. Mayor Harrison had not beard of Fresident Arthur's death until told by a newspaper reporter. He exclaimed: "What Arthur dead Poor fellow! I am really and sincerely sorry for it. 1 did not know him intimately, but on tho several oc casions I met him I was impressed with tho thoroughness of his kindliness oX heart and his perfect breeding. He was a gentleman and so filled tho position of gentleman that one felt that his gentility was an inheritance and not an affectation. JJe at onoe JJ'aced j Live ? the loll onetied :;ii' !v ,e live o:i packing and shipping accent, t, uith prices steady, hut wi-akciieu later :md pn t-x df liie'd .Vt ille; htiht grades. .!.) t.iJU. T'trUKh parkin-. JIMibt-S.T.i; heav pacl.nt.; tno siuppiiii; Jois. i.n,4.l i. tattle - te.id; l,0:ie: stMni -er; hveves. J cow-. ' .;.ui; -HN-ker , $UMfc. ;;... Mieep- St.-a ly; f out men. ;Mi-(:.' KOUd, JiUrtif 4.0J. i ni!io: i.iu.er- r.iii-fy c: eaniery, -itITp I cr iU. . ) .irv. Us--pa'-'iin. ll-jr.Lx.-. l'u.- MtM'y Iivsh. 'iie per !.; ie- j:el.'. IS.- IVlMn - Chieki'lls, ''.. IK" iei ('. ..( o ,( ii...- ,ire ed poultry, higher l'.i;it'v iir-Kuiks. i. "4T per Int. on trai k K-ni lie e. ,o,-u- ImmuI;.- ot Ibhrou. Apptes l-.,! to got ui shippintj. Jl.W'AW p-.r Ol-l New York. ?ii:w YittiK. Nov. ly. I red state, SfS,f.sS,.j.-: No 'Z No. ;.' led winter I ei- ie Jami irv. S,4C. Corn - Ne. !C.dn l'tet.Uhi'r. 4t-; do Jan .it .-No. 1 white etaic. -c. No. ;.".-(.. lle ltnil tmd toiHiiinil. linrl-i - NoiMitiM poi k - Dull; m-w m.s, lUi.r.w t.o-l -;tv.', o ember; t:i. lh; ein'; i N.. I.tlllt. St. Lot'is. ? hvr'ie?-: No. r ; . :.i.timaiv. ,s f,.i : No. 2 mi xt-1 M.''id'. .I.otuaiy, ii.n: No. - mixed '!oit l!je Si rotifer: -r0tK Cm-k StnMig; Ut.UU. PURELY VEGETABLE, It- generally used in tlie So-nli to arouse the Tor pid Mhertu a healthy :o (tun. It acts with estiaitnhn irv i itn uy on the IVER, ' KIUMEYS ANi) 150 W ELS, An f fft'tttiat pjH-cirir fur Malaria, Dyspepsia, Congtipation. Hiiliottsiics, Sick Headache, Juunli e. Nausea, Oik', Mental Deprcsfiiou, linwi l C'uiiiil,iints, Endorecd by the urn-.if 7 M1LLI0SS "f h"t- BEST FAMILY MEDICINE for Children and AdnM :oei f-r the Ai;ed. ONLY CEWUINE hap oar letter Z itnni;i in red '-n f i.mt of u rapper. J. H. ZEILIN & CO., gule rniprletnra, l'lllLMIKI.PIIIA, !'A. ri.-icE COOK STOVES! RADIANT HOME HARD COAL STOVES, AT- WILIARD BAKER & CO.'S, Rock Island, Opposite Harper Hon Illinois. Wheal -(1.. Mv 1T. KW-S : nilxi-.l . a u.iry. 4'. : WIi.-n-V'j. ; He. Fi. ie. I:'. In Ntnl :e . n.itr. .Mae. ill;. In -ii j.i..l i-.i-h. 11.1V. : M.iv. eas'h. I 1 1 .. til h -. Mll.wrKKK Nov. t!t. Wheal Stea ly; civ.h. ', U : llis emlier. Jtp. .laniwi v. ,:.,. 'urn I'll!!: No. -'. (tut yilii-t; No -. -. I.'ee H11.-I1.T; Nn. I, 5ile. ltorlcy-lliiilier: Nu. 2, r,r-v: UllKlil. ItKTUOiT. N.iV. IH Wheat N.i. 1 hhe msh, We; mil ll h- ipmi risl. T7',i.; Nn. " retl, TTUh- fnli: 7it4c KiivemliiT: .Tii.e Dt'ei-nitn'r: ih- January: isV'4. .l.iy. ( urn N-... s'. Ult .ai Ni. - Wllrto. ale. Tuinln. Tiii.f.do. Ohi.i. Nov. 1. Wlieai i-l. m a-e! ilull; ,.ath, TTVs'; IK em ber. 77-i-: .laniiary. '!ll je; tnv. K'ltji . t'orn Mrndy; nsti :ttie; May, 4'.'lie. ttal-Nec-lei teil 1 hiver See.l Kirni: lanii. S4 M; His lumber, ;4.tt); Janu.u y, mirh isi.asij U.iy T Ill, SKI. 01 Hay il.l-$i uu. Kyi! Ml:. Vrnlltl 4'.Y: New 40c. Potlne .tnj40c. . ' Oitions - 60c. IXMl Soft lOo : hud IS.90 CinlWood $4.26. Straw-6.0. , o ui sJ x C- a: O c3 o I - & '1 'sJ O s3 o .' I I f-H ca Ji o HIGHLY IfflPORTABT TO BEMTLEMEb I liave just received uiy first installment of my Foreign. importations of FINE WOOLENS, FALL ANI) WINTER WEAK, A ml extend ;i cordial invitation to my patn ns for an inspection of th? same. Very finest woik, Lowest pi ices, and perfect tit guaranteed. J. B. ZIMMEB, No. 1810 Second Avenue Kocfi Island, 111. FIRST-CLASS SHOE SHOP lE.Lhtemth Slreit under Kork Island Nut. Bank. .lOIlN O. FREED, Proprietor. tsip,(;ij attention paid to fine Custom Work. Repairing done neatly and promptly. AG JOHN T. NOFrSKEK. Wm. McSnlry, . Attorney at law, loans money on gooj security, makes collections. Reference, Mitchell ,& Ljmle, banker's: iptm in poet office block JlikL 1 OAK t'u-i ts an entin-ly New Pattern of . oft Coal Stove. -ll'S SUCOESS- las eriine far beyond our expectations. fiver Twelve MM Have been put out thia season, and it r) li w TiLiuit nil t Vi li1!, nilrir 11.10 .VH 111. IWV, i VIV I. VI. J VVllll. lo to till orders. On exhibition and for sale by David Don, . 1P17 Second Avenue. Rot k Island