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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 30,. 1886. The Daily Abgus. JOHN W POTTER. Tuesday, Sovembeb 30. 188B. The im(Krtance of one vote has again been demontrntei1 It elected a demo cratic member of the l'islature in Pas saic county. New Jersey. This one dem ocrat ruke the legislature of that state deram ratie. That democratic legislature will elect a United States senator. That democratic senator will so balance the senate that Riddieberger may hold the balance of power. It is too eirly t" deride whether the oleomargarine is equal to the accoms plishmeBt of al! that it aims ut, but the tiret two weeks of its operation lewis the internal revenue officers to figure up an income to tbe sjovernmenl from a million to a million and a half from this source by the first of November, lfKJ. The manufacturers of artificial substitutes for tatter say that the law has helped rather than injured their business . The treas ury stamp, they think, adds & certain dignity to lluir goods which they did not possess before, at!'1 many persons appear to regard it as a guiraniv tiiat the con tents of the package is pure In a certain sense only the stamp may be said to be a guaranty. The purchaser is not cheated as to th- character of the ai title be is bining. lie asks for oleomargarine or hir.UTine and he uets it every Mine. Of the :''-r nii-inbers of the house f represunt-iiives. 11. "r uioie than i-ui-tliml. will p-nrc nt the end of the coming sessi.-n, I. be succeeded in he lux: ch: gns by men chosen it; their places at the- recen: elet'ti n in a t- a ot t':e ea-r-s the rctirenvnl has ';en voluntary. ither to accept .-oine oth'T position or to al tt. lilt- oence ftm! quiet of private lite. But as a rule the ciiau:es have been wrought by the po;mi:tr wu! In a num tier of districts the sitting mnniK-rs hail their party endorscmcni-. but were de feated at the poll,. . It is a f ici not dis puted that experience is as essential to good service in c nres-us ability. Tltt supremacy so long maintained hy the south in ante-bellum thies is generally attiibutcd in a large degree, at least, tr. writers of political history, to the custom then prevalent in that section of contin uing their congressmen in public life. It passes almost as an axiom among men of legislative experience that at least one term of congress is necessary for the edu cation of a member; that he cannot be come proficient in the rule9 and practical methods of legislation in less time than one term. It is continued service thit tits members for leadership. Tnat is evidenc ed by the fact that it is only men of long experience who are ever countenanced as leaders in either branch of congress. The Boodle Aldermen. There is raiis; for surprise in the dis agreement of the jury in th: case f bnc dle Alderman MeQuade in New York City, and still rwr i.AUfv in ti.e fact thtt nine of the jurymen were in fav.ir ot acquitting him abfiuiely . i: iona i&rly supi'oscil tUiit tlit- ( vi-lmfx' of h; guilt w hp much nmn C'-noiusiv;- iLac. ih the case of his roiifa .KrotjiK-. who ! bnn in Su ?in o"im' six ir.nrv iw. Tn testimony v ;u:::i)iipiu s w-ir pr-....iuci d in McQirf'lt'' ( whirl, whs lack in; in the other K.v-A'dermatt F:illijrff and Duffy h'liti mail- compiL-u iii fissions. Tiie tes'iiiutny ;f ii.t-.t- two w iti,'-?se i. ne of the ni"' Hstounilin in tue annul of rorruiitioii Tiie, t-wort that thirteen meiiiiiets of Hie buu.nl of 1SS4 t-niered in to a conspiracy in n-.akeuii they could out if the offices they ti At the time stv era! parties were trying to set a franchise for a street railway on Brondway One party offered the itidei men 75r(MH) toi the franchise, while the Jacob Sharp iiar-G bid pnH fVHviMM. The aldermen discuss al the question us to which party they lum Id sell ;hem-t!Vi;S to in a purely coiunvrcial spirit. The $75'M)0t oid wa the highest, of couTse. hut on the other hand, tbe bidders were regarded as le8; responsible. Therefore, it was unani mously decided to ceei! the offer by Jacob Sharp or half a million. After pro Tiding for the pay of numeroni be tweensand other expenses, 923,.H)0 apiece was left. Tiie mayor vetoed the hili and il nece8ir lo buy a few ni'ire alder men lit order to pass it over nis vi-rn Theirf- liberal minded ijentleiiiei. then ffraci-fullv threw off 2,(M.MI apieee for tbe hi rpo.se of priv:diiig the nectaary funds, lenviny 2iAKK) hs their resper.rive "re tamers." The whole hff iir was out: of the most cold blooded betrayal of mm on record and ii is distress. to thiuk that there i-i a possibiiity nf the sc mud rels escapma the jm' punishment of their infamous crime Baffi"!! tie Fnyaiciani Burks medicine Co., Qiiinry lii : I regard your White Pine balsam, hs h couth misturc of very i;rct value. The benefit derived by my wife from Us use, pUces it with me far iu ndvtincL of all others. For several years she h'id been lertnuslv iifflicted with a coui;h that yave us much al.tnn; it had bftlll 'd the ski!i of the ubyaiciauti and couirh rcaiedies, uti'il I concluded that nothing would avail in h'T ctie Directly after coming to Quincv, on your recoinmendation. she commcnci'd usiny your biilsam, and it has ucted like chaiin, quiutin the coutlb, Hud removing t'Dtirely the soreness from her luiiiis. We keep it constantly in our house. J B FoTtn, Pastor M. E. church. Rii3kvj!!e, III, Use Crcssier't Willi Rose lootb pow Icr for cleanBin" the teeth, Pric 25 cents. Care fur Sick Headache. Of the many complaints promptly re lieved hy Little Apricot pills, nouc ha yielded quicker than nervous ud eick headache. Nine cases out of every ten of headache are cansed by idiigeish nud inactive liver. Shot- through the throat by BurkH White Pine balsam and killed a severe cold in three days. If you don't believe it try it. Price 50 cents at dmsrsts. A Family Blewtef Simmon's Liver Regulator the favors He remedy is entirely vegetable, and is ka nnMat nH hMt fumilv medicine that IUC yuixsov wm --rf is compounded. No error to be fetfireOJ in administering, no injury irom eiponuic after taking, no loss of time. It is the beet preventitive medicine.' and safe to take, no matter what the sickness may be, and in any ordinary disease will effect speedy cure. A PHYSICIAN'S CI11MI HE STRANGLES HIS WIFE AND SETS THE HOUSE ON FIRE. v PntpanttioiiN Marie to ltlnw I p Hi in-, and Fninilv My-.twi.ru liutlvM hI an Arti-en. -Sinn k with a l.iKni-rt .ami Keren jfe for I'm, tiral .inkm Ar rl for Fraud Sui fdn. Re'aIjivo, Pa., Nov, :'). A pnaat mnt tion was uei hore by tlie n.t of tVank Kerner, a weii known physician, on the charge of muitter and arfcon. Satuixlay pvenint; a fire started in an upper room of hi house and lfore it wa extiiiuishwi his wif wa. latrneii U death. A neihitot- ten fieft that a tew ntmut4w before the fire be callett at iu- lioitse and was refused admit tance, but saw Mra. Kerner ly ins on two ehairs aprentiy iineons;ious with Iter hus band b -inline over her. A few niinutt later 1 Keener was. men rushing down the strwt, saying he was going for a doeUa- ftr his wite. Kenvr hai the property inureii f--r it- full vacic. An invi-stigation Monday of the house of Frank Kernel', who choked hw wife to death mnd thpn st the building on fire to destroy the eviden. o of his criiiin, shows that he had also made preparations to blow it up by run ning a fit- from tlte upper flmr into a kep; of powder Ijelnw. tiis intention wa- e i lntiy to blow himself up and the entire familv lw caus.3. as he avs, tiotl hal commanded him to do it. Keiiier ha- made a full contejion, detailing huw he stran-leti liis witV. then dragged ihr up-stairsi to the bed. ixun-l eial oil over ii, and sot it on fire. U- is an An archist in his ideas. THE TABLES TURNED. A Mer'li:it! Keveiige Himti-U for a .lolce f Long StaniHitK. Oai.ksh; K'., Ills.. Nov. 3". Ii i rumored that A. 1'. Vi'asie. who embez.!t .l m;,oin ..f the fuiuis of 0. T. Johnson i: Co . ha- Hl the country to avoid trial asiii-d-cted on V'ftineMiay. antl whs last sen here on Thiu.N.j!v, unen ItL' ?;o.l hH wa? "iu,; to Kansio. lu.- aitorn - ?nys he wilt not evade trial. lVa-ti-'s fne:uls are indignant, that his iai- w:n takt'ii before thu ran-i jury. Me hail icivie repai-ation to t ltd firm and the latter w..;v si-.tisnVl, and he was niukiiif an hoiitki'ai'lf living. It is alle'i "that tb.-;r-vn fi.i h. b'-o'iirh! about in prw-uti.ii is a proiiiior ,t merebdnt, upon whom Waste plavfl a -k-.- s'vernl years ago. the joke ioiwiti;i ui buying up seata in the 0ra hott!K' iii : iie viemity of the meii-hiosl'a seat ;ti au finTt;iinmeut, p.mi tiding fbe;n w:th larkit-s pteked up in th- streets. VvfiMTinn letli of an Art rem. Sami skv. Ohio, Nov. -The IwnIv ot Krnestee.' Onu.las, an aetns fornarly Lm u in several ci;ies, wa-. foun l in a field four mitt frtmi thiscily at :ni e; rlv hour S.;u U morning, Jt-'snh- btr wa- u bit(laof ehbiroU-rni tarinj the label o a t''ldwater (Mich.) druxgit, and a sp-iiiir. Hl.-xi was tJozm from ner nosm!- un i tlit-re r.as othei nvidfciice that sh1 had iuh a r.e.'nt mid vio lent death. Mrs. Don lass cam her: n hort time ago from Chicago ith h r hu-bnud. a the.-itrir.d -tvne painter. Las uek le- d--appear'). She was a woman u '.nai tieautv. K'T twtdy was eiegantlv .' ia-!. ;i d rtwre iv valuable jewels on hoi r.irsiji. IliR Mall Robbery. fBfs.-,F.us, Nov. 30. A great robbery was li- ov.-r-rl Sunday Uj.Kn the arrival of tbe ( Kr :ul rxprt tram at Verviors wliere the mans are always transferreJ to a German rram. It was discovered that the carriages nntainiiii Kngiisit and American mails on their way tt (Vrmany, Austria, and the east had lxen brok.-1 into and completely rifl".! 'if their eon tents. Twenty-two fnglish pouches, coTiTaimng miwy aini dia morals to the supo.ii h!itttmt of $i"0,iHn, were -jeneij and enipned. Lifters from America, eoiitaiuing inney and diamonds to tbe amount of '..'Uo ituo stolen. Horrible End of a Quarrel. T'KTERnrRT. Va.. N.i.. l;t. A tragic af f.iir o..,eiirrel at a iatt hour Sturdav night in this cit resulimg oi ilie fatvu burning ot Susan Sjiarlovk. ngiM oH She anii Marv Sj.rigc. a-ed i), occiipietl tae same hou.v-. f'.f!.irf retiring t'u twt wtmien quanvioii ,v'v 3'ti-i.' tr'ilhiL maTr r, w!t-n Th". ymnger li;--w.-. .iV.t.s! L,.-;-ost-ii !ai.:p at Srl.xk. wi.it-ii sin- k h'-r 'ti tiif .am Tlh.- iajup cx ;.!. u-d find Sperloek was almosr roasted ii Sy.rigi' whs arr-'-ttd a:id iil-si - itieil '..;:i!! denies l'-,y ' i' it tlio iamp. !tl for Atlfinptcii l-iHiid. '.if. M. T., N.v. :-o.W. Iiwsua intf jnaiia.irer lilies t'it PresM-d R-ef "onipji iy. and menitier cf Tii tirm of Will l;;m Dii-fn UnikeTs, l.uiroln. li.t was ar-r- si'pd in Miles City Sim.:?'v. '-v, r-!re charge of ob'aiiiiiii; money u:tder :'ai-" preb'uses. The fi.iiii-miHfint s-r- Ti;-tli tIm: l:tst!n en ilt n . o: : itt:rs'j't the S:tKk-tirowv;- Na ti.miii Iniii', of Mue City, by nrnki i u drali o;i S'l .l bik f r uri'lei- t;,- i;rm i.hjiic ot V i l r"'!T Jrfssd li'-'f r iini:iv, k-tort -injr -ai i foinpjine wqs inpoiven. rm.rMnrs. Ind.. Nov. 3ji. 1- uir Gulp has utriU.'d fo tlte coroner of tbe county to have "lie body of Maiy A. lase, wlm tiiedspvpri iiioui-iis ago, eshumifl, poi-on)M inuig su. p t tefl. Sho wes known to h ive f,ttmi in nory U'fre her death, which can nt t found. Two worn n who nursed her woul-J ;uioA no nijf l-iit tiimselves to jjivo her anv thmp Tht- pi'vse tan who at tend.-. 1 hersus teftni n;wni. .4, but ? afraid he would l. impin-atef'.. Tar and Feather n h Kformer. Om;nk , Mich., Nov. 3d t midnight Satuntay night a mob of tw-eiv masked in 11 brokf mio (lie house of Charles I'riiigle. Irag'.-d out : Imarder natnd I'Weman, tarrtd and ftatliarM hiua, nd esnorted him from tfiwn witli instructions to leave imm- liatly. H" hns disappeared. It i al.eged he was too familiar with Prinze's wife and has long lieen an ofTi nsive charaew in tlie neijihimrhoo,!. Tiie ,Rfornlers, are un known. tsufride of m Farmer. Coi.rwRUs. bid , Nov. .TO. T hroe weeks apo Jiiities A. I'lliott, a prominent farmer of this iTioity, was foun I at an early hour in the morning nn'ftn-eiou, in his bam fltwir w ith a broken r- 'p" arfnind hiw w. k. Ou re coverinjr lie toiu how three m1!! had hung him. Tltr news of an attempt at murder spread, and the eountry was wild for a time. SiiJiiJ.iy in- was found in the barn dmid, hav hjh -oii'.n'f:'d -iHide by hanging. Gone to Cauaiia writli the Liidift) Fund. Hartford. Conn . Nov. stii.J. L. Kem ingfon. in: chinieeilor and master of the ex-ciit'qut-r of Washington loilgr. Knights of F'vthias hre, Iih gone to Canada after dr&wiii'- from t hp bnntr nenriy ail the iode iUdOfc, amounting to abou: $1.7tKi. His wile )iualso iiK.njv'Hreil,and it is uscmlained time his hous.-(i ii(i ootids were shipped on the care wek t a Monin-at address. F.mM'-.Mlml tt750.mH. i'fni.ADKM'Hi a. I'.i.. Nov. 30. William It.-! bs:, ial! pi 'e.tiueu. ot in.' Kirrt Xatiouai bnuk of Gli(. R':k, Pa., iu York coun.y lienr. .Seiu, its cashier, and Jaeob and Wiil iam Horbst, sons of the president, have been arrested on a charge of embezzling 7o0,000 of the bank's funds. The Herbste composed tbe firm of Herbst & Sons, of Oleu Hock. Sfitz was held in the sum of $5,001) by As--i-i.ant Commissioner lmunds, of this city, S.-'urdav. Arretted fur Illical Voting. Uo&tonv Nov. :). Wiil. am .1 Vlekery, of Souimervdi. Thomas Howard, of Revere, Lawren're Fervis, of Cambridge, Joseph Donnaliy of ( -am On deport, and Jeremiah Hyan, of Cuarlton, were Monday arrested and arraign-'d before U. 8. Commiwioner llailett, eimi gel with illegal voting in the l ist election. E-ich was held in 91U0 for t-ial. Ryan wa eharged with voting when unible to read or write, and the others with voting In Bnston aft r a change of residence. ?.lained Crmn the Brooklyn Bridge. f"EWY"ojK, 3tv.jj:rt. A young man named willi'.nD Kurtz," 1 years o: age, liv ing at 1ST Chi-isti" sti-eol, attempted to com mit -micid Aiondiy by jumping off tlte Brtxtkij'n indgc He was taken to the Chambers street hospital. He was terribly injured and will probably die. Tlree Men pmirned. Dktkoit, Mich., Nov. :-. A sjiecial to the Journal from Luoingion says: "At day light Monday morning a schooner passed Ludington. and when off Point ISable he hoisted a Mag at balf-niast. The Point Sable lifeboat went out, but when &) yenfe out the fl- m 1 1 ; i in rh'1 ntHthi'wl. 'flu- lifeboat went to ttu ;i iiod w;t t ai-'-iz f. The tret clung to th- tnnt. ivtet-h -l-.-l n-t regaiu au uprigfii position, but -i?t ,i nsuore. Three of ibe -iew iwt their iiiv-s. H;.f. V'lynn and Orrin Ifateh dktl from cx;wuti', and John Smith was caught uinior th Uat and drown ed. The school it'i; k-pt on her tirs.r' A V tet-Hii Burned to lelb. Miu.TfWN. N. B., N"v. :). A iiie Satur day Hi -i;t desil'med tin- l;Oiise aift buihiings nnviniy ptin-liMtl b;n-k pay and iieii-tion nit ; ley by lt:i! n v Kv.hu, A portion of tin- tt-rttfiiU o; t be !hi' wre saved. Lov e'l.-VHt, and n' i i-iirue.-. Ryan made Hu a( i:;. pt to svc t.sitck f the barn, but wa- buried u-nter t;te ittditig timbers and his ch:iiTt'ti iv iibiiiiis wrr" nToviT'd from the ru.iis. 1 .H-i-H-'ti wvts ;,h American wai Vet era ti aUnt i wars old; and leave-, r widow, nd two ouildreti in d.itutr- eireuimtances. Two M vti KitlcJ h lvnmite. St. LoriN. N-o.. u'.- A stH-cini tromChat tniiHign, Tciiu., ttt Tiie i'ost-li-.j.a'eh says: A lit .n il j) . i-idii i w-i-ui r-'d at lookout mount am Moil iy. young m:n named lirvuut, wuil.- yn -jtfir.ug to blast a m-k, fouu.tth.it in d'.'ii.-tuiite was frozen. To thaw n tai: iu i.1ikh-1 it in the liiv, tib-Mitt explitb-.l !i--;b-f his logs wen t-oru off an d he was otherw so bjiflly injured that he t'.iftl in h ii -i . tint-. Aintther young man, his conimion. wus ta!att injim-d by the explosion. VVII Itnwn th- Stair, Lmvrtk, bid., Nov. "ii. Th burning of th hni;y ami cutler factoiy of the Lootnis M ;u ii: Lnr;ng company Sunday night, en bn ;. l.:s ot tt.'Hm ;.nl tbe life ot Felix fun's, th ni-. ht watch, w hot- chmTed re miniiN u,'iv lotiud ai the bottom ot a stair way, dun which it is supjHv' i he fell with hi.-. i;ts w-t tl, the 1-uter setting tir- b be hnild i ig. I Ui.-Ui :l!C is ojh- s !,-bH-. Sixiy li vi- in . ;ir- thrown out ot cmpl.-ynu'iit. lnotlu r Ititltlhi t pitlcinlr. Vha-m, lei , N 'V .!tt - malady enlleil lc tii-i !i-"nKp li.-f. b:-..ki'i' i nit amor.g the -ti-.it--!i at H ;,k.T fill. V .;um cunty. and st-n r;d 'S-Klit-. nave atrcadv lem itixM tetl ! T)ih scon! ,.' will not vu.il to traim-'nt and Utnhs .i -;. ins. S.'cral death have al if?iiiy iKTiiriv.t ;iiil more are h mrly x-r-rted. Valimblf l:itii'rn s If ntved. I'jttsri ri, Pa., N--v. - Vt an early h.'Ur M"U? .y morning lire des rovtv! the new n.ii him- sliop of tin I'.ttsbur- I'iate Oias L'onipr.ny's worksa t'rigbton station. The jiisstm building fl'id machinery is estimated uio. VrUuabie pttertt- - id mould v-r' nUod-iroye i. l'jrtia! i.uranee. An At;od Ijtl Hunted to Ofath. WoirtsocKKT. II. 1.. No Mrs. Josapb Maetin, wi.low. ned ,-. was Vrtinvl to death by thrt upseTtirg'nf k lamp in her home in M-niviM- SaiuV(! night. An Int'rruittl iarriniE Mt4 h. Nan KH.Nt:isct), "ov. HO. A singular v ene was wiinessi ai Au2li Satiw- ay night. Juim 1. SSidl'van, the pugilist, 40r his exhibition to a crnw ded bouse and f v6 ' 111 ine nuviM. 01 qne set-to ivtw-nen imiUi- lfr, H-n Hoan, th nfni nic!l it 11 tr i 1 i t z" t v who is conduetm; re- vffj-. - y , vival meetings in that x ity, monntwl tbe tf'K''5iV J plat form and lepan a L speeeh. The pugUista 1 -uspi'iidetl operations J. u M i.i.iva.v H id aiiowed liugaa to comf K't- hi-, address after the most ajv prove-l st ! tf sm.t exporters, picturing the late of mr'niant sinners in most lund terms. The crowd listened in silence, cheered Hou at the close of his sjteecu. and then Sullivan and Taylor proeetilfd with tlieir bout. An Ablw in IHngrare. TariS, Nov. an The Abbe Rnu.l, who for years has bet-n considered a model ot chastity and has been m supreme t-iia'-g of a female orphan asylum and boarding scho.il at Antuil. bus liecome involve I in a big scandal, it i- charged by Ia W moe that the Ablie ruined Auiirtte Hari-hnm, one of the girK under his direction, an l afterward maintAint- i h.r in a cozy little n)s-tr;me.nt at S Hue -Jsimon te France for- inn years. Fuially, riring i efl' h otm-r, they arted, antl the :tb''.- -;:vt Annetlc a sum of money auda riit- k ior l,oui rjiiie.. Ttn- rh-k the ablien-.e- "!.uie's n lorirry. AniiPtte has been arr.--n and the ca-M' wit i ix- haid in the ass-zvs. . Ch;tniioii8hip TSHHnrd 4iatn. St. I.orr.-. N.v. .S '. -Tii- tir-st meof the seruss oi cu-h:on c-irom biiiiar.U between SlosNvtii aii'i r-ehfi- l'-.-r "as played Saturday nint nt M-isntiic i-.'ii.. Th -rt- was nothing hr;e ''j.-re.it" it-Libards pl.iyl. Thf gam took nearly four hours. hu1 um 1 nn I innings, at w inch ttni" Sli-W 'ii had .Vto points and S:-iiat-l.i- 4 1 . Th-' nigh -st nn was and eh'jii plavrfi1 rcachf'l it. SI- .-n's average was 4 ! . and rirhafer's :J . isi. There was a u:d audience with many ladit pres ent. A fitwl Plant at Cfatmiia, 111. C'Kntrima. Ills., Nov. 3. For some time ; past ibe Centralis Irn and Steel work have : been dis-iit isflfl with the steel furnislied thcen I for making steel nails, and have appoint-e4 a committer to go east the purpose of coii-tracti-'g for a lant with, whirh to make their own st! here. Th eomrntttae con sists of .Ind e E. A. Condit, f'r"idnt 8. M. V ariurr, and SnitMriut- ndfin. M. H. Monk hoiiw. Th:s will -su!t m tbeemployment of ttt kwrsi ( a-ldiLioml hands. Saloon Keeper KMalia! ing. Indianapolis, Ind . Nor. W). Th saloon keefora who liavi i:-n cm M;tbel to close on Sundays p-tabate S :u :ay by .-wearing out forty warrants b-r th arrest ol Sunday worker. Fifty scinl roi..stab!es wrn i.woro in or inc purpo-rt! of arresting tiai-s.T'jsw'i-s of tli- Si:eiiy laws. Asa ron-n-.pi 'v it wr.s i:i ib:t n buy any of the iicctsiti-(( ot hi - icvt m-vU.-ni-s m the ,,,y' The Si-eond Tril Ite-uu. Nfw York, N.iv, . t yi o..rl irial of ex-Alderman Ar!;ni;' J Qn fry brib ery in comiectiii with the (jratn :n ; of ibe Bromlvray raiboail fraiicins i .,if ISM board of aider 1 11 11 was i e.un t--:t lay. joined the Catholic '"l urch. Wajshikoton City. K-v -M-s. Hunt., widow of tin late isecrcta T Hunt of tbe navy, has jomtvi t'-i. f''iciu'- chin-h She I a pn-nibu :it tiure in e,;-' o l eve-at ixciUtf coiisiderable miei Ttt Itiitld the fruisfi-M. WASHiwyi-iN City, N':-v. ::. Sccret-uy Whitney Aloti lay afternoon awarded the jontract for the const uctma of the proposed new naval cruis t So, 2. the Charlfstou, to '.he Union Iron works, of Sm Frauds o: ft. .'ruiser No M. tiie Baltimore, to Cramp m, Phitaib lpiiia, aid guulxnt- No. ii to the Columbia iron wurks, of Bdi.irnore. The ids for the eons-ruction of craiser No. 1, the Newark, ws too tvigh and will le referred to eongnwa. As to gunboat Na 1, no decision las been reache.1 Coercion tn Ireland. London, Nov. ao. The Times says the uiti-rent campaign in Ireland lias been too ;ong allowed headway. Tbe government will not be able to defeat it merely by dis inning its astute author and violent advo iaies, but they can insura victory over the Movement by speedily carrying out the de crees of the courts. Denied by Cardinal Gibbons. Baltimore, Md. , Nuv. ao. The atatenient legrapbed -from Washington to papers throughout tlie country, to the effect that the pital ol the nation was a; -out to be made a Catholic bishopric see, is j .i:ivcly ucmci by Cardinal Gibbous, who charnclert.s thfl ru aior aa a nesp-iper fiction. Mn Youth 6ntaeKl to Ueth. Sydney, N. S. W., Mov. W.iik-youUa lave beeii sentenced to death here for out raging a ltf-year-old servant girl. Oil the harness twice a year. Muieide of a Cblitiiman, PiTTRBi Ri,, Pa., Nov. Ye. Hang, a Chinaman, fcnng him-lf in tlte workhoiuw Monday. He hml ben very despnndant for some time and was sent to prison to pre'ant his commilting tie- fatal act. This is t'ie first ea-w o suicide of a Chinaman in this part of tha count rv. Fmi tbe Anarebistit niif1t, Cmr.tno. Nov. :ili. An entwrlamtucnt for thp U 'r'ttt -t Hit- Anan -hist iieb-n fund i(-u ."-inid-iy aft'-rnoon and cvnina at Inrii-T ha I. utidr th- nusuices of the So cialistic t'ublisbing siciety. Them was a large ato-mlance, including several Gwrman singing soci..'t.ieg, who discoursed entertain ing music in the iuirab of lteer drinking. Among tiie prominent Anarchists present ai- iii'h, Lucy Parson, who was heartily gntd, mid made the special object of at tention. Mi ' w as congratulated on her suc cessful eastern campaign on behalf of the cmdt limed Auaivhists, ainl held quirt a re ception. Speeches wre math by Allwt Cm 1 liu, .linr nf Tiie AiiwiWr Ztitung, and 31 in. 1 'arsons. Th- latter said she had met ttw nrmest synij-athy in the east tor the iondnimd nvn, and that many people had told h.-r thy wanb-d evn an Anan-hist to NWicnf tr trial for hi life. She declared sin was an Anarchist and revolutionist, and propvsd b)eutinue so even it she iechl the gall'iws. Her sjet,-h was received with ginat enthusiasm. Miners Want itrttt-r 1'ay. I'tttnUi Ufi, Nov. .ho. Secretary William Walton, t district assembly No. $n, K. of L , comprising the Mon.mgah! 1 ami Yough kigheny nver miners hss addtfsel a coin mmicati.n to Kichnrd S. Rirnes, secn4ary ot the coal exchange, m which the coal oper ators in the above named district are akwi for an ad v 11 nee m the price for mining. A comniittef has lie-n select 1 with the hone of m' ting a likecommitte1 of ojrfwis for the ) nrpoi-e 1 trying to effet't a settlement through litems of arbitration or concilia tion. An answer from the operators is ivipii-tl by Dts-. 'X otlierwtse a ctiiV'ii'iiH! if the itiinrs will In en. hit to tjil.e iiual act ion. Joseph Walton, pi"csid; ;il '1 thi coal t-xcitanre. suvs that he is Willing to tiwusf, tl.n qties! toll ith his ue-n, l-':t ciHiitir- that th very unsatistactory (."ii-litioii ih.- river -cal trade wiil not nd 1 .c t-l iin increase-) exc uses or a ivance iu 'V.trly all Th-? leailin; ctat oj-;m. tors atv M-nvii ibo ri'.er with their bts and hae ii'it et lenint d ot the ilemnn l. A i,vnt Cowl "M'tiem. C'ou'MKrs. hio. Nov. :). A great scheme is t;; fimt to control ()iii's coal out put. Mr. ljtii'iird, pi 1. sides)! of the Na tional buik of New rk; J. Ii Huchtel and J. A. houg, of Akron, Ohio; W. V. It nd, of Chicago, and Mr. Marshall, of Sindusky, wrre all )ii.- Saturday. It is iepnle'l that the proj?cl is for the ( ttlumbus antl Hocking Valley tfal and Iron company anl the Ohio and U es em Coal and Iron company, of which Mr. Qnintard is pn-sitlent, to form a synilicaic and buy up ail ttw great coal H.dds of Ohio. It is said tht options have already been tn ken on great tracts of coal lands. The syndicate prop-ses to secure uniformity in li;t price of oai an i Uilor. it is assorted by .sj.i ttpeini.r" that during tiiejvi-i two years th- have mad' no money, on accttunt of iftl-oritifllcuilj.-s and the cheapness of coal. Will Attempt a w Kf-lrllion. HrcHARKsT, Nov. 3u. At a mvtiug here Sunday of the fugitive members of tiie Bui arian iwo'utT-n party, headed by M. Zan korT. it was decided that a new rebellion should attempted in Bulgaria. The meet tug was h- id at the Hotel Kiradiazi, and was participated in by M. S.hakotkine. Atrnmg the Zankoffites prcMent were M. M. l-'ndereff. firueff, and other officers who bad been dismissed from the Bulgarian service bfH-uuseof their connection with the recent uprising. M. Schakotkme pron isM that the KusNian ciiisul ai Bucharest ulnud affonl iiie pieties ifotettion in tlw event of the failure of tli-r undertaking. Vroteiliiic Acatnsl th GoTernmf nt. In BUN. Nov !, Iir.l Mayor Sullivan hfis issu-d a summon for a meeting of the ?:t;usof lMi-iiu to oe held on Friday next 'o ptot.ri s'a.iis tlie tyrantiy of the govern ment in e':jo:nin; public meetings and en leavoriag tt suopris tiwdom of speivh In i he case ot John Diiluu. wh has be-n -!iinnitned to answer a charge of using sc litious lang'i ig. which conies off on Friday, Mr. John Iiiilon will act as his own counsel, hde b"th the attorney and siilicitr gn sral for l.'!-i:i I w.li proswute tiie caw. (able KntttU In Knfftand. While sbtppingin St. lx;ns, informatton has rtwh' d of the failure of a London joint sio-k ctti4tiauy in which I bold a great ileal of st. k. It was founded for the pur posp of la vi - cable roads for street tram ways traii wa 1 see they are called here;, and ttcccptii!;; (Kiymcjit largely in preference otk of the companies owning tlie franchise. After three yeai' patient waiting and hope 11 ig the aJl'air lias coHapseil, simply tweau no comj.'::iv could lie induced to treat with us or lay a ciUe. Th only liue iu tlie whole of Great liniam is less than a mile loug. and as it runs np a st-i hill, people have got to call the cable plan the step grade system." What surprises me most about this ii that the idea of fraction by means of an endless rq;e eitiiirly originated in England. There nearly all collieries and iion mines are on hilts, and itie prormce is brought down into the valleys to railroad tracks, canal and harbors, by matm of primitive cable roads, the loaded wagons drawing the empty ones np, and the siieed being regulated by a power ful drum brake at the summit. This t-ave all expense of ma --hinery or horse-jKiwer, as tliere Is almost- al n-ays an incline right from the pit shaft. 1 iii; first case on record of pnjwrjige r or goMls traffic by means of abu wa on thf Ioudon and Plackwall railroad, which was worked by a stationary engine aud lope for son:' years. It was a very primitT iy ter.:. ind the prip idea hndn't len evoivi. It was in eveiy way interior to locomotive traction, to which it gave p.&ce jut s v-(n as sufficient capdal ciuld iiiioif to prtivnie tbe plant. - Kngiishnmn in fiioiw -JVmt-rat. A Swivt IitiT. Talc two mo rosebud;, balf tp-n, n iruy of rwn.fu-y, tnv ti half dounn nf the ficiwer heads "f lavender, to whi-b a'M a cla.-tx:r or two of mignonette, three oM c winiation1, asnmli buin-h of white jaHiitn an;l a fev, ! .-ivt s t,i ilie sweet tv-ent! vcuk'.ii (AWiy-io i . nxloru ) If to tbe aUive n, M'd a ball tieii"(! old I'roven'-e or rabba;,'' rots?, i mncli th Itf rti-i ntirt t)i t-ti1f 1 1 1. - sweet ptsy thru a-duchens mijrht like to have near her. Rtid wirirh. if tastfulfy -tit tr ! getiier, wnii d-iipnt tbe eyes us weilaM tbe nose. This sort of sweet posy was inr more eomnitm in tbe day of our gn-at irand nwitbers than now. Yon must not fur a moment fauey that the above i-eeijv tor a sweet xsy is a bit of liu'i .ti y labor ut of my own bentl, so to say. Tir truth is, I found it wrut'-n inside the cover of an old herbal, aui to-day I tested its tflH'-if.-y, a:ul lin ing: foun i it not wantiu?, I offer it to evevy L;niy Corisfn:de vth roads The Garden. tui. Ti:a fiarden. A Ulft to Sclonrn. It is pi otiOsed to make the T,u l; obfrvaiory truly a gift tr ienee os well a" to CaJiforma by plaeiii'T tin at tleseojio at thv d'sisnl of the distitr shc-d nilronfMners of the world during certtrn hours of eaeh twenty-four, thus giving visiting specialists nn opiturtunity of attacking the unsolved problem of as tronomy with th most powerful xti al aid to be obtained. Arkansaw Traveler. Searf l'imi from Lake St amber--. Metal coverwl leeves, set in broo..-h and made into scarf pins, from tbe trees aud bushes ot Lake Stornberg, w here mad King Ludwig drowned himself, are now sold in tb stores in Munich. An twiterprisiug ruanufao turer has obtuiued from the govermiwnt per mission to gather tb leaves, a:;d njoya a monopoly of the manufacture. Chicago Herald, "Why sit doubled up like an old man, ray boy! What's rheumatism 1 Take tbe. good tbe god provide thee, and send tweoty-five cents around tbe corner for a bottle of Salvation oil and you'll ride your bicycle to-morrow." The late George Brown, banker, of Bal timore, left a $3,000,000 eataie. The FalAlfleatioa of Liquors. Speakii4f of dilnka reminds me that peo ple here are beginning to protest against tbe growing falsification of everything (except water) which they imbibe. 1 repietnher va rious proiestations of some kind in r'aris, but they we alt isioaV attempts to check theeil, and a such they failed, of course, in their object. The poisoning goes on with as much v ludence as ever, and even bens and there with eer-increasing virulence. Wrhen we call for a cup of coffee the saloonkeeper serves us unhttinhhigly with a cup of chic ory. We fk for a glass of cognac to give the chicory a proper flavor, and we are hand ed a liquid composed of distilled potato juice and apothecary's ingredients. A bottle of or dinary wine can be turned out without con taining a single drop from the grape, and Jamaica rum is flagrantly manufactured with oil and vitriol evwywhem Cham pagne, in France, is a very Himil strip of territory, th" incs of which eau only pro duce a bunted amount of the fizzing liquid yearly, mid yet ih apparent annual yield is numbered by millions of bottles. i remember once having extort! from a Parisian wine merchant the secret of his suc cess in tba sale of champagne, and I fuel no compunction whatever in making use of it in your prv.jes a secret du polichinelle. His ebani'cgue, he told me, was nothing else lhan Normandy cider, duly spiced and doc tored, and by selling it at the rata of fifty francs a dozu he was able to realize a hand some protit, The schnapps, or geiiievro, which, according to the evidence of the late Brussels commission of inquiry, is the staple drink of the workiugmen, is a vile stuff d mined from the vilest prod nets. In fact, two-thirds of the alcoholic liquors consumed in Belgium are poisonous, and consequently highly d'trmieiit:l to the human frame. Is it any wonder, therefore, that tlw Flemish sons of la I or, once so strong and athletic, hhould lie degenerating into physical inani ties, the very shadows of their former selves? Brawl Cor. Chicago Times. Catarrh I 1 very prevalent and exceedingly diss recall!'" disease, liable, if neglected, to develop mto serious consumption. He ing a constitutional disease, it requires a constiluiional remedy like Hood's S;irsa parilia, which, ading through the blood, reaches t very part of the system, effect ing a radical and permanent vurc uf cas tarrh iu cVen its most cvcrc forms Made only by C- I liond & Co., Lowell, Mass. Uriiish Uuina is nitking large ship Oieots of gold to Kngland. and the pros poets are that the shipments will rival in value the great exports of sugar, molasses, and mm. Nervous Debilitated Men. Y.iu are allowed 1 frte tritt of thirt,, Lit,,s of the use ut Dr. Dye's Celebrated Voltaic licit with Electric Susjieneory Appliances, for the speedy relief and per manent cure of Nervous Debility, loss -of Vitality and Manhood, and all kindred troubles . Also, for many other diseases. Complete restoration to health, vigor and manhood guaranteed. No risk is Incurred Illustrated pamphlet, with full informa tion, term, etc., ranilcd free by address ing Voltaic Belt O., Marshal.. Mich. dcod A w. Base ball has been introduced into the Pittsbmg insane asylum for the physical and mental improvement of tbe inmates. Who of us are without trouble be they small or large? The blessings of health are best appreciated when we are sick and iu pain. A backing cough, a severe cold, or any throat or lung disease are very troublesome; but all ol these may be qui. kly and permanently cured by Dr. ISiL'elow's Cure. fvtfe and pleasant for cbildren. Price 50 cents. During a smart snow storm at Modoc. Cal . a rancher was in town trying to sell a bad of watermelons. A comfortable carriage is more admir ed by the user, aud brings mo it fame to tbe maker, than one that doesn't ride easily Tbe R:ce Coi! prirg mikes a carriage comfortable nn i durable and cheap: Tt bents ih- world on spring. (Jet it of any carmve dealer, or of the Rice Carriage Spring rompnnv. Pittslon IV Mrs. MaekHV's i1r-8niakfrs are pVdi:efi not to duMcai- drr drfst-s. Is OnSTINATK IxTMliESTION Dr K G McGavock. MrUxviu-k, Ark . siys-: "It yives ine pleasure to bor U'Mirrmny tn i! lieitt lioial hrtior in nVjfcii riHte ir.digcsliou." - ''-J S- ,r cd Obit Al4-3o!utefv ?ure. , r ii-vcr vr'.r,':'. "k marvpt uf purl'! i! vhfH-A fi-iifP . Dinr.' economtci: 'i-iry kiniln, t-nint hi told ii i'.tn tiie npilttiii ir lowtt-st. snor i -. -.hit-tiin- Hwdtrn . only , HiKTVt. ''nvviKCo , TUt Wall ? ' rt'ni'i i Ihsi. t lO'lljS't 'New Yo MANY LAMP CHIMNEYS ARE otlered for sale represented as good as the Famous PEARL TOP BUT THEY ARE NOT! And like all Counterfeits lack the Bemarkabla LASTING Qualities OF THE GESUIXE. ASK FOR. THE PEARLTOP CUIMSET Pat.Oct. 30 , 18S3. The PEARL TOP is nanulactnrrd OlLY hy GIO. A. MACBETH & C0H FITXSBUUGU. PA. WEAKIUNDEVELOPED S'arte of the Bod y Inlarced, DevelODed md trengthaaad. blruile,hrm Iom. tan Hlf Trsntiueat Fall pnioalan, teiinoDil,t. Buuittd Mtid. trmm And Insist fflb THIS upon Exact HATISG PlABEL them my u Ech with zmy NO FEE M ) I8TABLTSHtB1851. ) 186 So. 02)111. BHIIi, l Chicago. III. Clark 8t. S3 S lie tegcltr, OW-Estalliihed FHTSiCIAJT & SURGEOS ii it;: totting lth tit gmttrt KILL AKD SUCCESS AIiIj- YOUNG MEM, MIDDLE-AGED MEN ind all peno-i; who by their own acts f Xmpm- 1 dence or Fiiy m any period of life hive brought ipon iherrwlvrs ite evil ef-rtu tnlliwiiii closely upon the hteis ol' iianrcMion of the lavs of aalure, sluul-t rr-ii! ihr eel' ' r. -.rd Tr Clarke at once. Remcriiher! Nrvnnn dl b (with or without drediu-o or debility and losi of nerve power treated scienrificallT by new melhodt with fi'er fjilinj; uccfs. It makes no difference what you have taken or who haa f-iletUo cure you. 3Tlie terriblo polsont of Syphilis and all bad blood and nt in difatt, completely eradi c.ited without mercur-. Itfmetnher that this one horrible diseane, if n-g leered or improperly treated, canes the present and coming generations. 44 AH unnatural dichar-e cured promptly without hindrance to biMtness. No experimenl Bnh sexea-conHuIt con fid ntlHlly. and experience important. A written guarantee of cure fftveti in etry af undertaken. wMarTerem fro-n -my rhrnnic disease wnte History and mptoitis -ii your cn-j.i inly. Cases solicited wh.ch others iiavt liltd 10 cure. aSefi'ttw.i stamp- f. r -thrHt d work ou Clir-mif. Nervous ami llclbule In-eses Yn na.-ean exliaiiAtive syin ptonmtologv h- uj.i.ti ir stu-ly your own case. 'nnsuli:it f.n 'p-i?nr;illy r by letter, frt-e. t result tl e old Doetor. Tiiiiiisands cured. OrHet anH prlor itri vtp. -Thof ctmteiiijiljiiug Mari innf n,: f r l)r. Caike's celebrated giiio-, Mj, le aix' K :.:-Ie. it ft i sc., horh ?tc., it iv.i l;et-.re c tiii-.'.:' y-u iseontiiit IK.Cl.A!:iK. A btei .dU I. n. r i .til OiAV save future sufferim: lno :! ' r yrsrs to life. Medici tit-- '"m-w!, t u ifm cpiiure. Heirs. to R . i, 'rtS F. D. CLARKT, M, D., 186 So. Clark St., Ch'co(UU SEND $t. $2. $:i or $r, for a pi nip lr retail ho s by ix presf. i.f the Best Candies fit AmtTicH. put lip in rlegant boxen Mini ot. irt ly pure SilitHuU for pn-f'-ntn. xnrerti thirpf i li'bt Krfcrf to nil t hi- capo, j ry it one'. Ad tin1 C. F. 0VNTHEK. l'onf?tioner, rlllA(;0 ft ma"e Ssnp'.aiat?.. i. Ctreat Eianey utfi-r. SC1B fiiiM ESTOalSTS The milk. In Valuable in s-lHn' AKk Infanliim rn.nA Teething A prf-("i,,e(ipi food fur Dys peptics. Consumptives, Convalescents, Perfect ctrint in vU Wasting Ciseases. Rqii :-((- co cooinff Our boi k. The Caro and Feedintx of Infants tnanied :ee. DO LIBER. GOOD ALB A CO.. EosToo. M5H t'LY'S OreaaiBalm lie hen! iiniraa- 0 ':c0& li Mod. Heaib s..n-8. y .- .. . K AT -FEVER Positive Cure Cre&m Balmlifl" Mined an t-nviah! re tat ion whvr-v; T known, 'lioplscine all oth rpr-pa rat ions. A particle it S'l'tliM into esc t initU rfiitvef pain at one?. i acroeaMe to ce Price 5)c. at nraer!'t. rr bv mail. Send fnr t irculsr. B.Y BKOTHKKri. nraj&ivl. Owf. N. T. BOLD HEDAli, YW-S, lt:o- BAKER'S Warranted absolutely pure Cocoa, from which thcexcraiioi OU has been removed. It haa.'Ar timet the $ti ngth of Cocoa mixed with Starch, Arrowroot or -Hiar, anil in tlrrfure far aiore econuiui- eal, catting Uin than one cmt a cup. H is dt-licious, nyur:u!.ui. Bt renin henlutf, eaity diifeateii, ami admirably atlaplifi for iniioM so well iw for persons In h-alifi. -8eld by rofftr erywhro. EAEB & CO., Dorchester, Mass. ANCHOR LINE; U. S. MAIL STEAMKRS. KAILENEliY SATTUDAY frmn New Ynrtt to I.HSWIW AM) LOSlKtXUE MtY. Rater of passage to or from New York, Glasgow, Liverpool, London -dTrv or Belfast, CaMno, MS and (95 Second TUm. (30. stiM-rage, outward or pre paid, (20 Anchfir l.in Draft. Issued at low. tt ralop are E&idfrrcof olurec tn Gitland, Scotland and e land. For RHia. of Tourn. Tirkets, or othor informa tion. a,pW to IIKNUKKStjN BHDTHEkS, I'hl cao, or J P. K0H1NSON. Hack Island. III. Pennyroyal Pills. "CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH." THK OIUOINAL IND ONI.T CBHUINB. Suf hd(J always reliable. Beware; of worthlbs Imitation: Indian usable for 1.AIHK8. Ask your Mruist for "Chk h-wter's Knomsh" and tke on other, or Inrlotw (niam'm U us for parltc alar- in Utr tf rciurn maiL . ; Namb Pafkh. Ohh hesrkb Cubmical Co.." M13 Madison SuBiire, Philadelphia. Pa. Trade supplied hy (iKO. C. H)1WIN k, CO- WnoleHile Aint-. HoUn, Mwi l3i---frr'srnPtl'-,fl of aplivwcian wb6 na3tiataaiiiek.igex(rionccin tr-Mrtin-r fi-male diseases. Has fttfi unta. I tffJVitfcea8 an untxiniif; montVily ki5f. "Hiedy. ficasant, safe crfect F wi .. JAi&i an your drojrtrlsf -frr 2Jii,Hl4V '-Tr-'i ax.re, taken'; Ad'lrese A. Cufi-jitL Co., 1 iO ;ioviirii St. ttto:r. Sold in Rock Inland by Mar-hail A Klher, Har per iioiiK tiruK atore. aiy N.ANDY iriSiiiOLslillil I i il S I E ,1 ft i w Hi.. .-. di h'-t Saii hit -7zow-orjsoiqiu njoiuu- '(' 111 Waslu-WttiA'So m iit u tntHicifvi jAimi., "t" oi h us'n6 CSnta. fiaits ScShr a11 - 5o&i Sn a fte Dkeke's Block, Moline, 111. Tf1epho- 3. & J -.Mteas? ' Sigh Big Qloye '-$M3L noY&vM sm! ,r 4 .aei-ofWoTrfer.j'diTrj ihcQrZWT h J ill II 'MM f ?. HiOSf.ME WED0U.C, biRTHSAY UK KliiiA? PREStST 3 THE WONDERFUL lSg - fctirivS tombming a Prlor, a -filfc3-p' A. niniish:! w(h W wt i ' r i - rora,if rrifft. THE LU3URG MANF'G CO.. First-Olass HAWTHORNE'S OYSTER PARLOR, RESTAURANT AND BAKERY, No. 1611 Second .avenue. tIF-Sperlal attention paid to fiirni?hlrie p'.colr. -A, Gh BOEHLER, Ice Gream Parlors, Bakery, CONFECTIONERY, CIGARS, Etc., No. 110!) Third Avenue, Roek Island. lH't'. ally of at of all kloda m-d m nr.ler. E. WTLCOX. -DEALEK IN- FLOUR AND FEED, Cor. Fourth A.ve., and LOW Ooo-ln dellwred fre to any At the Davenocrt ( Boo K "'. 5 KaPinfAU-tn-AW. 2 J Col!liiillt I..W. VHO NIWRAt'H ' TBI FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE. J. E. Loosley & Co., Insurance Agents crLoB's promptly a4jnted and paio t tMt agncy. . . ; (Siiccestoi of H?ei & Cl.elnd ) 'Aoc)- aiubllahci IW. OSloe in Benton' Block. iv 1'hrcc one Wdxill 1 WcrcDJlU c f SAHTACUUS TAP horbAwt)jtc t i Av I J I r' IirV .! SANTft'CiAuil Hi DAVIS & CO., PLUMBERS AND Steam Fitters. -A complete atock of Piite, Brasa Goods, Paokin, Hose, Fire Brick, Stc. -Sole a enta for- Deane Steam Pumps, SIGHT FEED LUBRICATORS, v jjj. , ' Weguaranltc every on perf.ct. and will tend Cops. " ' tTcntyda triul, t ri"5ion(iible parties. Safety Heating Boileri?, and Omtrac -z1 ff .ra XfT fiirni alii n it an A T.av.nir Water, Gas aud Sewer Pipe. 1712 Fikst Avk., Rock Island, Illinois. Telephone 1148. Rraidence Telephone 1007 Gloves! Gloves! For all kinds of Gloves and Mi'tens call tni inspect BENNETT'S STOCK Over 500 different styles, warranted to fit and will Eot rip; gloves for everybody, and no shoddy. Gloves cm to order and repaired. GEORGE BENNETT, No. 1603 Second avenue, Ro'-k Isinnri. B arm IBIB 1tlrnry. SinolctK. riII;itiuj or Invalid the AniomattcCoach KmU, and Ketett4 .-or.-'. i.-.tip i-ri &!,;."; us mi i icLTiUoa Carriiiij. !4S H. &h St., Philada,, Pa. PATRONIZE W. P. Tindall's SALE AND FEED Livery Stable, 1613 Mid 1615 Third avenue. ROCK ISLAND, ILL. Turn-Outs: parties, etc. Tw.inty-tourih St., KruyerV Old tfinod- part of the cMv. Business College. SR. " DUNCAN HAWKS. Pn'tn CAMDEN MILLS MILAN, ILLS. Joseph Fitzpatrick Ta!.-f nimMif- in annonc-inf that be hu l' the w. ll known Cmden Mills for a term sf JJJ" andhaopneii tham lor the receipt ol caawm work and general milling. Rye Flour a Specialty. rProraplneM and ttiiaT .Jwly"