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Rock Island Daily Argus.
1 ROCK ISLAND. MONDAY. NOVEMBER 29. 1S86. PRICE FIVE CENTS FOL XIXV. NO. 34. COMPETITION DEFIED. PRICES WARRANTED to be 20 to 30 per cent cheaper at the HARPER HOUSE DRUG STORE Than at any other Drug store in Western Illinois. Not only on Patent Medicines but on all Standard Drues. Fancy Goods and Mis cellaneous articles. Read the cut rates: Pszzoni's Powder Wright's Extracts Warner's Safe Cure Athlophorous Pond's Extracts Hunt's Remedy Ransom's Hive Syrup Husband's Maenesia Nichols' Birk aiid Iron . . . Kennedy's Prairie Weed. . Mrs. Allen's Hair Restorer Seller's Cough Syrup 18 baker Extract. Simmons Regulator Trask's Magnetic Ointment Hamburg Drops Hiimhurg Breast Tea Burklin's Arnica Salye Electric Bitters King's New Discovery Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Eve and Skin Ointment . 45! ' Colic and Cholera item. 70 I California Syrup Figs Smith's Tonic 70 PBBSCRIPTtONS- Our Pvc.crlption dep.itm.nl t. o.ked with bep miwt "; ! market and .11 preoption, .re eomaoonded by experienced and rehab le pharraac.M.. Price, an ...raoed to be lower by 50 per con. Ib.n e-ewhere "IIm. A )A Sail Mascalille Milk Magnesia 33 Pierre's Favorite Prescription 70 Pierce's Discovery 70 .16 .30 .13 .13 .88 .63 .30 .15 .15 .35 i m i r i PRICE!! I SPECIAL f J ! natural rmHT H EXCITKMENT IN IRELAND. A POLICY OF COERCION BEGUN THE ENGLISH GOVERNMENT. BY MOST PERFECT MADE Prepared with (rtrW r(rrd to PnritT. Strength mi.l HMiilhfulnt. Ir I'ncv'. ftikit.ir pnwder niiHaiii no Ammm.L"ne.Aliini or 1'lin.phatra. Vr. Vrtef txlra. es. Vanilla. Lriuon, etc.. flavor dellcloutiy PHlCt BtKlNS fiOWDCK CO. Chicago and SL Lank. HALF-CENT A WOKH. TTJ Second Avenue corner of sss Eighteenth St'y' iQy coraparieon in our ySV line of Hats and Men's yFurnishing Goods generally. The a Rous hereafter will publish iii thte col umn all K.vftrtienitMit of Lost. Found. For Rent For Sale, Bo-rd or Rooms, Wanted, and aimUar notices, at the low rat of ont-holf a cent a word HKch fleure a word, bat no advertisement lea than ten cent PKR CENT MORTGAGES Improvrd low Farm . Security 8 to 6 time the loan, and Inspected In eacn case. Completed loan always on hand for sale. Sizes of loans $ 200 to 1 10, 000 - Time of loans $ years. Only ehoieett loans handled. References and details given on application either in person or letter. H. M. HENLEY. Attorney at Law. SH Main St., Pavenport, Iowa, EVRSALK, OLD PAPERS IN ANY quantity at imp otnee, cneap. FOR 8ALK. A NEW HOWK SEW ing marhine with all the modern improve menu. Kna.nire at ajwuh omce. WANTED FOUR GOOD ENKR getic men to canva"s for a fine line of Holl day good ;s good pay to Tight men ; reference equirea. . r. le.t mauat la-im I'b mam k. , isatriiLiuri., to. DOR SALE, SIXTY LOTS IN MY AD- ditionf the city of Rock Inland on fonr year ly Daymeiit?. with interest aiaix percent per an Clothing Emporium, 115 and 117 AY est 2nd St., DAVENPOET, Iw-. I have now opened the most complete stock of FINE CLOTH ING and GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS that was ever shown in this market, and GUAEANTEE PRICES against all other dealers. Robert Krause. I hare also opened a Special Department for closing out Odds and Ends, wherein yon can find good wearing goods for Men, Boys and Children, in all sizes. All these goods duced one-fourth to one-half of the original price, and in plain figures. Blankets, Blankets, Blankets, IN ENDLESS VARIETY. are re marked DAVIS & CO., PLUMBERS Steam Fitters. A complete '.OCk of t'ipe, Brass Goods, Packing, Hose. Fire Brick, vitc. c a. 4 E 5 CO iJ) mi mm oCn ilijllJil! L-J ffltfi'M John Dillon humnioned on Criminal ActionOpinion Exproasedl That Pnr- nell and Other Irish Leaden Will Be Imprtsoued A lmestlc TrBedy In Germany Foreign Flashes. Lo.vdon, Nov. 'iH. The government baa at last begun what the Irish Nationalists Lave declared all along it would have to be ein a policv of coercion for Ireland. It is announced that all anti-rent combinations are to h ; suitress6L the nroi to be re- BtHted in its libertv, intitnidatinn to be forcibly suppressed, the laws for the collec tion of debU enforced, and prominent agi tators arrested. As a beginning John Dillon has been sunituoni'd to show cause why he should not be the subject of a crnninnl ac tion for speaking in encouragement of resist ance to the law, a meeting to be held at fciligo has been proclaimed, trooj ordered to points where they may be needed, and it is reported that The United Ireland has been warned. AU this seems to have no effect on the Na tionalists. Thev are planing t i evadf the terms of the prohibition of meetings, and Timothv Hammrton. M. P.. has !abll to President PitzgerAld, of the Irish league in America, that the leaders at b un? wiU not flinch. The tenants have been depositing their rents in tlie hands of trust, when the landlords refused to make the concessions de manded! and it is reported that tha govern ment will bpsriii ca atrainst these trusbees. Evervbotiv is lookinit fur hot times in Ireland as tne league will mike a determined fight. There is much ex -iu-nwit in Ihihlin. It was announced Saturday afternoon that the government in addition to the against John Dillon has decided to prosecute a number of other Nationalist leaders. The troops in Ireland have been reinforced by at least 4,100 men to enable the government to carry out its coercion policy. Wild Excitement Throughout I reland. London. Nov. 9. R-p rt receive! from Dublin Satunlav sav there w wild excite ment throughout Ireland. The opinion general that Mr. Pa rue! I and other pro mi n ant National leaders will find themselves in prison before the opening of parliament. In .political and club circles in London the same idea prevails. The prosecution ot J ohn Dillion, the boldest and one of the ablest of the National leaders, is looked upon as opening shot of a sharp coercion oainpaign. Club circles in this city naturally approve the government's decision in the Dillion affair. The Nationalists express surprise that the action of the government was not first taken ajrainst Mr. William O'Brien, the editor of l-niu-d Ireland, instead of Mr. Dillon. It is expected that the crown solic itor will ask the court to require Mr. Dillon to find heavy securities for his good behav ior for six months. A Victory for the IrUh Party. DtTBLiK, Nov. dVt. Mr. Timothy Hairing ton, M. P.. secretary of the Irish National league, in an interview m the object ot Mr. Dillon s arrest, said: "1 regard Uie prosecu tion of Mr. Dilioii as a great victory fr the Irish party, lly its action the government admits the roniU-te failure of their ruie in Ireland uiult i the ordinary laws, and have taken the first step in the series of ires pros ecutions, imp.- sonmeut of Irish le:t 1ms, pro hibition uhvr:nst etc., which will dinibt- iess follow." Now Is tbe Accepted Time. Dt BLl-N, Nov. ad. An Armagh newspaper publishes a report of an interview alleged to have taken place between a Nationalist leader and a member of the royal laud com mission, in which the latter is said to have observed: "Now is the time for tiie tenant farmers to fiirht it out." Tbn statement has caused a tremendous sensation. Maverick National Bank, BOSTON, MASS. Capital - - - $i00.000 Surplus - - - 400,000 porstioriA excel ytf wl' on Acconatsof Hanki.Itsnkewand Corporation (olicited. , Our fcUitie frrOLLBt-nv?(t5 sre excei diid we re-diwount for naQKS wuea nan from Banks (not luxated in other Referye cities) We draw our own Exchange on London and the Oontinect, and make Cable transfers and place money hv telegraph throughout the United buien and Canada. tt.ivmmn; Bondi bnuirht and oa. and Ex changes iu Washington made for Banks without extra ctiarpe. We have a market for prime nrst-claw lnwt ment Securities, and invite proposal from Sutes, f..t,. tA i'tf whi n i null in? bonds. W do a centra! Banktnz buaiheas. aod iuvtt correspondence. , AriA P PUTTER, President. .I(S. W. WOKK, cashier. oct-30dw&s6tn THE NEWS IN BRIEF. Russia lias a debt ot ,:'), K0,00ft. The Welland canali will be closed for the eas m Dec. 1. Cholera is epidemic in Buenos Ayi-es, Cordovia, and Rosario, in the Argjutine H0- public. L. Abrahams & Co., clothing manufact urers, at Milwaukee, failed fcnday for too,! Three negro?, who had burned a cotton gin house, were lynched in trankun county, Mississippi. At Boston. Friday night, Knights of Ijibor an i trades union men nominated (ieoi K. McNeill for mayor. Tlie SelaJia & Warsaw Narrow Uaug 10H I wilt he utaie standard gauge and ex tended to Kpringfield, Mo. E. H. Kortkamp's jewelry store nt ht. louis, Mo., was robbei Thuisviay niht of fiJ,tN.tu worth of diamond, watches an i jewels-v. Interviews with prominent lawyers Fri day bho that (here is a protiabhity that the supreme oun will reverse the decision of Juoge (fary 111 the Anarchist case. A. Hmigerford and Charles Hickle were arres'etl Thursday by government detect ives at Holtou, Kan., for counterfeiting. tSpunous coins, dies, and other implements were seiz-d. A new railway Itetween New York and BohUm w ill be sjteedily courtti uc.ei, and will be known as the New York, Danbury & Bos tn rom. One million ot tir&t mortgage bonds have lieeu taken by a syndicate. An attempt was made near Han Antonio, T x., Thursday niht. to rob the ex- prvss car of a Missouri Pacific ti aiii, but ttie toineuwho attempted the job were arrtsted by the m-KNu'er ami conductor. In Miami county, Indiana, George Lewis, a farmer, attacked Adam Kberle and his son, knocking the foruu-r from his cart, breaking his ai m and fatally stubbing young Eberle with u piuhfork. Tlie motive for the assault is unknown About one-half the claims for damages amine out of the Rio disaster have been set tled by the Chicago, Milwaukee At St Paul road. A New York "drummer" has put in a claim for the loss of a new trunk and four quarts of whisky. H. R Smith, one of a party of hunters from Montgomery county, Ohio, was way lau), murdered and robbed by backwoods men, in tbe vicinity of Pmitis, Wis. The body was concealed by the awisins, and no trace of it can be found. In nn address Friday at Montreal Michael Davitt highly complimented Mr. Powderty, saying that while he was at the head of the Knights of Ijibor he would keep that organ ization "clean from doctrines antagonistic to juvt trovenimeut or the righu of the peo- P-1' Burial of Kx-4iovernor John K. fhelps. St. Loris, Nov. 29. The bodv of ex-Uov- ernor John S. Phelps was removed to the Union depot Friday evening to be taken to Springfield, Mo., for burial. MALARIA. "If people could only know what a splendid medicine Simmons Liver Regulator is there would be many a phy sician without a palif nt 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 ever being a well woman again. Simmons Siver Regulator was recom mended to me. I tried it; it helped me, and it is the only thing that ever did me 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. Mary Ray, Cumclen, Ala. ONLY CENUINE lia. our letter Z "tuni tn red on front of wrapper. J. H. ZEILIN & CO., Sole Proprietor. PHILADELPHIA. ?A. PHll'K 1 Ot). COOK STOVES I RADIANT HOME HARD COAL STOVES, AT- WILIARD BAKER & CO.'S, Opposite Harper House. Rock Island, Illinois. KILLED HIS MAN. Lovr -Sole a entu Tir- Bkkre'b Block, Moline,Ill. Telepbose 'iTfia. Deane Steam Pumps, SIGHT FEED LUBRICATORS, We guarantee every one perfect, and will tnd Cup, twenty da V met, to rvspouaible parties. Safety Heating Boilers, and Contrac tors for furnishing and Laying Water, Gas and Sewer Pipe. 1712 First Ave., Rock Island, Illinois. Telephone 1148. Rldonce Telephone lOO? FALL '86. WINTER '87. HOPPE, e TAILOR, (Successor to and late Cutter for I. Liberman,) 1803 Second Ave., Rock Island. FINE WOOLENS, CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, Worsteds, London Suiting and Trouserings. KTJ'ai'gi's! ami most complete stock at Hie Lowest Prices. Parieu lar Attention given to Good Work. Butord&Loosley, -UENKRAL- Insurance Agents. Ttituld Fire nd Time Trid comnuie Ke prtfuented LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID. UteMlow utn KeliatHe Company e Hrr Yont Patron are Solicited tWtMi to Anew Block.. O. E. MILES Engrayer on ffooi. EXECUTES CUTS OF Buildings, Machinery, Por traits, Animals, &c. Also Electrotype Plates furnished In any nnmbei. Office nd Residence rear of t'lirimtn Cbpel, Bnuly Mtreet, between 4th and Bth, -4 DAVENPORT IA A Rich Bunker Sltya Hit M Ifc't In 11 Duel. J Mannheim, tiermany, Nov. )J9. A great MuiuatHKi lute Unui c&uatHl throughout th grand riuchy bj a domestic drama, in wliieh tragwiy art a wealthy Mauubeim baitbur, his pretty wife, and a fascinating lieutenant of the dragoons. The banker, a moody, pre occupied man, had for a long time neglected hia wilt, and she apparently found litr isola tion tedious, for when Lieut KbieW offered Lto act as b-r ravalier she accepttHi bis trr- Kea. The luuiker saw no tiarut in bi wile riding and driving with the young oftirer, but tualicioua rumors, which did nut come to the eat i of the huahatid, were soou in cir culation. Several day ago it was re ported that the couple had eloped, but it was fmud that the lady had gone to visit her brother-in-law' country bouse. Tbe banker's aut-pirvxH were aroused, bowfver. and ou uiakiug luquinea be tioon learnd enough to convince bitn that be had been beUrayed. ile.cbaUenged the neutenant, aod the dual was fought Friday fn a wood near this city. Siuele dfliberntelv fired wide of hin lunrk, but the banker took cam rul aim and killed ins oppouent. Ine sym pathy n all wttb the tietitruiuit, and nooodj has a word to any for tbe bmlaHr, who has announced hi? intentions of obtaining a di vorce. ... ' ' King Cbarlra Spvh. Bi'CHahent. Jio. The etieecb of King Cbarlt waroad from tbe thnne i 11 the chamber of deputies SuturtUy. Attr refer ring to internal affairs hi ui.i-rity touched on tlw Bulgarian iij.toii, ant rm that he wax bopettil that l pew would uiaiiitainetl. He tlieii auiKHuccd tbat . he had selected "Vrince Frrdi nand as hia bir. This is inac'orIauce with tbe constitution of Konmauia. u ces sion to tlie t hrone of Rou mania, in the event of King Charles remaining chittlw, was settled by article 8 of the constitution upon bit eider brother, Princw Leopold, of Holien-iollern-Htgiiiuriueii, who reuouitceil his rights in favor of bis m, rYiin-e Ferdinand, tbe ad having Iweu i-etzutteiwl bv tbw senate in October, IVHJ.J Services were held at Christ's Epis copal church Friday afternoon . con d u cteo by Rev. lr. Mont gomery &.buyicr. Tbt active rtll-leai'e ri were eight colored meu, and tbe honor ary pall-bearers were Judge rvunucl 1 real tbe I iiitct ntate& uourt, ei-Stnator V. H. Arniftrong. ex EX-tinv. phelps. Senator John u. Hen derson, cx-tfovernora Brocknwyfr. Camp bill, ainl Reynolds, Judge Hough of the stat supreme L-oiiri ; SmUi W. Cobb, president of tbe Merchants' exchange: M. K. McGrath, secretary of slate: Col. Don Morrison. Judge J. E. Mctiiuuis and G. S. Vanwac ;o'wr. John .Hay, lxlie Monit, J. R. Willis. S. B. C b urch til. and J .eph A Wherry. htt in His Account. Ottawa. Out.. Nov. ad. J. Haddow, in charge of tlie government havings bank, at Newcastle. N. r... is -:d to b- short M.uuu 111 his acxiHints. and to have fled to tbe United States. An examination of bis books is progi'essmg. c3 o ZD Z 8 c cd w c .2 ' u c J i 3 I c O 4-1 x bC e a s 7. O H a ta 12 I have just received my first installment of my Foreign importations of FINE WOOLENS, FALL AND WINTER WEAR, And extend a cordial invitation to my patrons for an inspectiom of the same. Very finest work, Lowest pi ices, and perfect fit guaranteed. J. B. ZIMMEE, No. 1810 Second Avenne. Rock Island, 111. . FIRST-CLASS SHOE SHOP (E.trt'tfenlhSirfetninler Rock IelaiidXat. Bank. JOHN O. FREED, Proprietor. taf-Special ntwiitioo paid to tine ouloni Work. RtpairlDg done neatly and promr,,ly. J J. T. DIXON, MERCHANT TAILOR, And Dealei in Mens' Fine Woolens, 1 706 Second aver e. S. T. W ATKINS, (Successor to WaTKIXS & Dealer Id Dry and Qreen Wood. Will slfoatU-nd to Haullt.g of all ihide Office at yards, corner of 37th street on MoUlc o. I' ; oraer may or oct-Su-dtf avenue. Telf phone left at either place 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. CtMMiou of ort Hamilton. London, Nov. Tlie Morning Poet iays that the icoverniuent is weotiutins; tlie sioti ot Port Hamilton to (.luim. with tlie objwt of nullifying the preU'st uixn which Russia hwmr Woi cuny rort liarett aod of swiii-nic etfit'tual pi-oCec-tion ! Uritixh in terest in the iay, Wof Men on Htrlkf. PittsBlh;. I'a., Nov. '.,-The dilTw-euoei betvtfen Vc Hm-u & O.. stovp maimf ac-tur- ers and their tm.ul'it!-. iil?iun;tl Saturday morning in a -trikw oT fm-tv ni.-ii. causing a but down in all ditt iiiwitu. thnnxiii ldu men (Hit of i-titploymtMit Th t 1 -tUn de mand mote pay, shottvi lioin-M l lalor and a regular ituedule of prirw ft m- -work. The hi i' ike 1 c w ill lm support.! b tw Inter nationa) Iihhi MoukWrs union. A Olrl to M100I th Kpi. HrrrAi.0, N. Y., Nov. J Sn.ti,. Allan. IK. Iih protiiiaed to go tlooiih tha rap a tj'rroi with lreor tiny. Hpidatt Hun THE MARKETS. CmrAGo, Nov. 21 On thr Umrti t.f iru-le t0-4a 1 lit quotatnn in grain au'l provwas tfiw as follows Wheat No. 2 o;Iuuc opi-n-U nominal c'.ol TJ;-t iiwiuiiial: ltiiiler. (iwnni 7Vit v sedt --- :i-ktl: JHiiuary. opc-ittrd "e bid. i-UtHrd T.t." a.-ird. Corn- No. i ovmur. ftnent-d u;1- nomiital. rlt-d Xv iiosulnal; le t-cmlr, opened rlowd o.V aiktsi: Jan uary, oiwiml a;-V.t'led H-?'- OateKo.1; Nuvnubcr. one nvd and L-loaed 'Xjk uouiinal; .Imiuarv. oneiivd loed 4' bid. l ork SuvuinWr. otuMU-d closed U.75; Uecetn U r. (tu-wtl S.'!. t-liKH-d Year, oiened 9.rti. bd $9.1 . jtrd--Nov-uibfr. iiiei i.t.fVV iwtninal. cl -stnl bid. LneS.ut-k -The I'nton Mo- k yartll repor be follo-Aiiu prit e: Hot - Martti ouene active with uiiel and heavy lots strong and rutlOc hiuiu-r. hunt grades uutbuuifrd; lit lit beavv uu .inland fioil'i B lot. 4 Ut. Catlk-St ily. beeves, f&Mkt V K-. buttlt n 1 .T-V-lA : f I kcr , i 2U a a. 4t . ? 1 1 etii Me dy : r to lair, t ".'AttfAO ifitod tu uMbe f-i.'IVUri-'O. liiillU. 5.1...J.AU. l'rodui-v: Butter Viiucy i-rtunnery. S'a3v l-r lb; k'-k! duiry. Waau-; pm-km. U&l Kire Mricllv rriu. -IjV--.- per doz;-uer houwe. Xk: !tred pou tr - 'liifben.. lK-ri..::i. k- und ife-e, hi-: inrc. 1 o;al4ie-. I urki iks. 4ti(-4.V per Uu on Kri tio- . HtaUiy 1.1 HeUron. : 42f. Apt'!"4 ""if to Koi"l i-liicpiiii:. i. ii ir bit.. New lork. Nk;w Vonh. Nov. Wlivnt No. I red tte NV: No. do, No ":red it:tiT NoveiuiH!. .Vsic. V'or.i No. 2 MiiVMi tah. 4'.lV; Ilweiul'er. A', lw ; .lattuary. ,.. Oat- No. I while stair. iN'; No. 2 do, He llu!l. Riri. - Nomiiml. Pork Irnb: new uu, iu4i1i;.u.i. I-int itett-iuber; Stt-.ti. .lunuary. Toledo. Toi.kj. t)hii. w. 27 Wbtat- Higher and quiet: i-nh. iT-: Ie cember, Ile; January. May, Se. Com Kirn.: .ash. M.iy, 1,--. Oaa J inn; a-h. 2!.- bid. lover Sed Firm; iaib and IVwiubtT. January. $4.4.; teW iu;iry, H:'tb'l si. Kouis. St. Ma, Nov. z7. Wheat -StruiiL' und higher: No. 2 mi eatdi. ttil-: 1 h -emU'i. 754.; bid; Jannary. KV nominal; M:iy. M'e hid. Oirn-- Kinu: No. 2 mixed cash. :Mvh !; Det-ewber. Januai v. no 'itinah May. V bid. luo- -Kinu: No. 2 mixed ca-di. X'a'V-X"' Ue'-eui- Wr. 21c bid: May. 'V hid. Hje--Firm: :i2t. W tii-ky- 51.l l- iwk-Mron: $lM2-s Ijird Mead): f . doll. lWKun Mich., Nov. 27. AVhea' -Kirm; No. 1 w hile t -as.il. c bii ea,-h Mt hsyun rid. .7 hid; No. 2 ivd a-'t, itHV" bid: November, II V l,M; Ihce-'uber 77ri; -bmuHi-x. 'miJ: ihy, oni ial - No. 2, 2V: No. 2 wiut.-. X: a . Mllwauker. MlLWAI'KKK. W:.. No. 2.. -Wheat- 'rinir;(h. 7:tv-; DtM-embx r. 7i;v : J tmwtry. .4'4'. iru -Mf.Mly: No-2. :;.-. Oui- KiifUi No. 2. 2tiv'. liye MeatiitJi; So. 1 koiic. b..rlej - Weak; Xo. 2. .r2c. JOHN T. NOFTSKER. Pabltc Ratua. Anyone having business with the Annus office "after 6 p. m. (in the event that the office in closed) will please call at Wil mann & Gait's news stand in the poetofflce building, who are authorized to transact business of evcrv nature for the Argus. thin is an entirely New Pattern of ROCK ISLAND. -S10.00. ChMBXall Boxn. The finest mail and paper ):oz ever in vented is for sale at tbe Abqus office at the low price of $1 each. The same box Is sold everywhere at tl 50. Call and ex amine them. Oato c Hjj Ttmotlij J10 llay vyuo le.uu. Hje 60r. Ooro -tlic; Hew 40C. PoUvoee fti40c. Obiune 60c. (XMl 8ofil0c:hai as. Ml OordWool-4.i. Straw -ft.W. 41 Wm. KcBnirr, !' Attorney at law, loans monej, on gopd security, makes collection!, jjiefereqpe, Mitchell & Lynde, banker,s?4Offlce in post office block KI!ERSilPIE fA y Soft Goal Stove. ITS SUCCESS- llas gone far beyond our expectations. 0?er Twelve BiMrefl HavQ been put out thisjeason, and it lias been all the Faandiy could do to fill orders. r -On exhibition and for sale by - David Don, 117 Second Avenue, Kock Island :.-f. ! I.