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Rock Island Daily Argus.
ROCK ISLAND, WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 1. 1S86. MICE FIVE CENTS VOL. XXXV. NO. 37. COMPETITION DEFIED. PRICES WARRANTED to be 20 to 30 per cent cheaper at the HARPER HOUSE DRUG STORE than st auv othtr lnv store ia West. ru Illinois. Not. only 1 l'nt Medic-mm but ou all Standard PruL's, Fam y Goods and Ms- otlUmous articles. Read the out rates: I Pozzoni'a Powder Wright's Extrac's. . . Warner's Safe Cure Athlopboroua Pond's Eitracts Hunt's Remedy RaMOffi'a HirePyrup HasbamJ e Magnesia Nho1' Bark aud Iron Kennedy's Prairie Weed Mrs. Allen's Hair Restorer Seller's Cough Syrup Shaker Extract Simmons Regulator 70 Smith's Tonic 70 raWCRrmONH- Our Preemption department l with the pnrel and Oral s " in t market and all prescription are compounded bjwwriemwa " .I;J P?"""""'"- p'T" " 0Tee4 to be lower by SO per cent than elsewhere. MARSHALL f lHk,K. Pmi t . second Avenne and Nmeteeutb St., Hock Island Sail Mascalille Milk Magnesia Pierre's Favorite Prescription Pierce's Discovery Trask's Macuelic Ointment Hamburg Drops Hamburg Breast Tea Bucklin's Arnica Salve F.leelrie Hitters King's New Discovery Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Eve and Skin Ointment. ' Colic and Cholera Rem. California Syrup Fiyn .711 .S3 .7(1 .70 .16 .30 .13 .13 .33 .(S3 .30 .1.'. .15 Second Avenue comer 01 Eighteenth St S S We challenge! f LQy comparison in our j .'XV line of lIa,s ani Men'8 i Furnishing Goods generally.j mm QAtnr'5 h. lap i 1 1 I 1911 i m (jatiidu rain ERPRICES1 SPECIAL MOST PERFECT MADE rrpparpd wtlh strtrt; mranl t.Pritv.Striplh nn-l H. 'ilthfiilrM--. in'. I'nit'V H-.liiifr Powder .-.imuru ti. Ammonri I,htM.Mni or Ph.. iih 1'r. t'n.-t- fcuroets uiiilla, 1iimhi, .U, tljv.r ti nrit-iiMy PRICE BMff'NG PDWPMt Cfl. Chicago and SL Lou. HALF-CENT A WOKH. This Argus htsrenfter will publish lit this col- amn all a-ivertieenieiu of Lot, Fnund, For Rent For Sale, Botrd or Kmm-, Wanted, snd similar nottcen. at the low rule ol one-tent a cnt a woro. ;acn flea re a word, but u advertisement let Ui a it ten cents. EDMUNDS WISHES PEACE. NOT INCLINED TO HOLD MALICE TOWARD ANY MAN. PEB CENT MORTGAGES Improved Iowa Farm. Security 3 to ft times the ..an. anil itmpected in eaen case. Completed loan always on IimimI for t?nle. Sien of leans $200 to $10,000 Time id hum 5 year. Ouly ehotctttiMM handled. References and details given on application cither in person or letter. U. M. HENLEY. Attorney at Law. 214 Main St., Davenport, Iowa, ANTED. MAN A nerftetie hiisine. man. to RELIABLE. at-' a jrenernl ent for the tinted Mutes' n.aKn." Prole live Association and Merra utile Az uv? (im -orporst-t'd i Main office W Tribune lniltnnr. New York in Rock iHsnd ami nd.ioiniiik: cotmiicn. 1 he nirhr un can n .i!ie 1 . Jt) to l.son per per aitnuni aitd pennamiit iionitioii l.-xW i:p"n or 'llres u scribfi at the Harper ll ! - "ii Veon sthty and Thitmiay , A. HoNNKLL. Manayei. Wanted. fouu good eneu " petie men to cjitivasi for a tine of Hoii dv pood coed p'iv to ri'ht men: reference required. C.'F. UK A END, Wander. l.-lm 119 Main M. lfavmptirt, la. VOR SALE, SIXTT LOTS IN' MY AD ditions 4 the city of Koct Inland cn fonr yar- lr payments, with tnierect at cix perot-m ifriu uuJn K UAYENPOKT. Slothing Emporium, 115 and 117 "West 2nd St., DAVENPORT, I A. I have now opened the most complete slock of FINE CLOTH ING and GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS that was ever shown in tliis market, and GUARANTEE PRICES against all other dealers. Robert Erause. I have also opened a Special Department for closing out Odda and Ends, -wherein you can find good wearing goods for Men, Boys and-Children, in all sizes. All these goods are re- AnnoA nna-fmirrh to one-half of the original price, and marked in plain figures. Blankets, Blankets, Blankets, ' IN ENDLESS VARIETY. Maverick National Bank, BOSTON, MASS. Capital - - - fW,000 Surplus - - - i00t000 Accounts of Bank. Bankers and Corporations our rWilitiee for COLLECTIONS are excellent and we re-discount for Hank when balances Kurort in a Reserve CUV. anrt oamnces wnn ns from Hanks (not located m other Kc serve cities-) e draw our own hxenantre on lonaon ana tne Continent, and make Cable transfers and plaec money by telegraph tnrouguoui uie tnii-ea states and Canada. iirarainrnl RondS BnUfM and SOKI. ana E.I changes in Washington made for Banks without extra cnarpe. Wf have a market Tor prime nrsr-ciass invest ment SerTities, and mvm-proposals troni Mates. Connties and Cities wtw n lfMnng ikwus. e do a cenerai tsanEin uut.inet'S, aim mine correspoodtnee. n JOS. W. WOttK, Cashier. oet 30 dw&s6in He twuda a Meaeage to Blaine Through a Mutual I riiiUd Keiort of the Govern ment lHrecton of the Union I'aeitic Itoad Appointed to Offico The First OleoDiaiKiu-iuei Case. Washington City, Dec 1. Tlio eurre spontleut of The New York Tribune semis a story to his paper as n sequel t the Itlahie Edmtni.ls a Hair. It is sai-1 tbat Mr. Etl munls eince his return to Washington has called in a mutual friend, with whom he has talked over tire affair, and through whom he has sent a message to Mr. Blaine indicating his wish to become reconciled. It is related that Mr. Edwuuds, in his inter view with his friond, said, among other tilings: "I am not inclined at my age to hold malice toward any man. I have my family to think of, and the approaching end of my life, and don't uant to be involved in contro vorsv or btlterihaw with any ono. You may say as much to Mr. btaiue from me." In the discussion of the affair at Gen. Arthur's house, which ensued, Mr. Ed munds is said to have pretested that the let tor which was published in Boston ou the Saturday previous was never written by him with any intention of giving offense or of imputing to Mr. Blaine any such cuaruc tor as the newspapers had ma le it appear. The general construction put uixm the letter was tbat Mr. Edmunds believed Mr Blaine a dishonest and dishonorable man. In re sponse to this intimation umsnator replied emphatic language, "I never at any ume said or believed tbat Mr. Blaine was mten tionallv guilty of a dKiuiiorable act ordis- norable deed. 7 1 he quotation uero oi lias language of senator Edmunds has given rise to the belief ihat if the report is accurate reconciliation may bo brought about. Some of Mr. Blaine's friends say that such a state ment from Mr. Edmunds, made openly and broadly as the letter which gave offense to Mr. Blaine, would result in Mr. Blaine bein; the first to make advances for a reconcilia tion. The ltflgian Mail Kobbery. Washington City, Dec. 1. Among the American registered packages lost in the re nt Belgian mail robbery are the following ooi the west The list gives the originat ing offica and number of ijaekage: Chicago, Ills, 7,7, 7,!7; I'eona, Ills., 4"; IX-s Moines, Iowa, 3,111; What ClMer, Iowa, llockford, Iowa. M; Hurlev, Wis., 3i; Mil waukoe, Wis., 2,27o; St. Paul, Minn., 2,041 Stillwater, Minn., 17.'i; Bismarck, D. T. I!5; Traverse City, Mich., ISi; Detroit, Mich., 2,1, 2,215; Livenworth, Kas, 5W. The superintendent of foreign mails says the Belgian government is not responsible for these packages because this government has never subscribed to that provision of the Lisbon postal union which provides for the indemnification of owners tor the loss of reg istered matter. DAVIS & CO., PLUMBERS Steam Fitters. A conilcte glocfc of I'ipe, Brass Goods, Packing, Hose, Fire Brick, tc. Pjzex's Block, Moline, III. Tfilepbone 9053. Sole a eule fur Deane Steam Pumps, SIGHT FEED LUBRICATORS, We uuntntoe everr one perfect, and will gcitd Copfi. Safety Heating Boilers, and Contrac tors for furnishing and Laying Water, Gas and Sewer Pipe. 1712 Febst Avb., Rock Island, Illinois. Telephone 1 148. K, sidence Telephone Hn AUCTION AND COMMISSION W. H. LUNDY, AUCTIONEER WILL Attend Sales IB BITOCB CITY OR COUNTRY, at moderate charges, or ReceiveConsignments sod make prora t retains. eoond Aveniia BOCK 18LAVO ILL. Buford & Loosley, -GKNKIt.U.- Insurance Agents. The old Kire and Time-Tried conipanitts Re presented LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID, "late as low a. an Kelial)le Company can affo Yoor Patron ape i. Sol iciUK1 ir-'Wrp In Aram Block. -FALL '86.- - WINTER '87.- HOPPE, the TAILOR, (Successor to and late Cutter for I. Liberman.) 1803 Second Ave., Rock Island. FINE WOOLENS, CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, Worsteds, London Suiting and Trouserings. "Largest anil most complete stock at the Lowest Prices. Paricn lar Attention given to Good Work. J. T.DIXON, MERCHANT TAILOR, And Dealet in Mens' Fine Woolens, 1706 Second avenue. O. E. MILES Engrayer on KXECUTKS C0TS OF Buildings, Machinery, Por traits. Animals, &c. Also Electrotype Plate furniHhed iti any uitmbei Office and Kwsldi'nce rar of christian Chapel. Untd; etreet. oetweec id ana .U. DAVENPORT IA J W. ROSS, ARCHITECT AND Superintendent of Buildings, Eldndge Block. Cor. 3d and Perry Sts., DA YEN P0KT, IOWA S. T. WATKINSf (Saceeaaor to WaTKINS 4 HILL,) Iealer in Dry and Green Wood Will also attend to Hauling of all ainde Ohlce at yardp, corner of 77th street on Moline avenue. Telephone Ho. 197; orders may be left at either place . oct-2s-dtf Kepnrt on the Vnloi Faeitlc. WASHisfiTos, City, D.". 1. Tin annual reptTTt of the government directors of the Union Pacific railway favors the Hoar mil for the refunding of the road's indebtedness to the government by semi-annual payments, but advises fixing the period for the final pay ment at HO years, instead of bu years as in the bilL It recommends that in anv new legislation the required payments shall be in fixed sums regardless of the earnings. This will prevent the doctoring of accounts. j I Presidential Appolntmenta. Washington City, Pec. 1. The presi dent Monday made the following appoint ments: Edward Cushing to lie collector of customs for the district of Belfast, Maine: Joseph E. Moore to be collector of customs for the district of Waldsborough, Maine; 'hilir TV . Downes to be general appraiser of merchandise for the port of Baltimore, Md. ; William M. Neal, of Franklin, Ind,, to lie agent for the Indians of the Lemhi agency in Idaho. Appointed Com m.wwiouer General. Washington City, Iec. 3 A dispatch from the Vnited Stat minister at Paris on the proposed International Exhibition of of Railways and Connect- Industries, to be held in that city from May to November next, informs the department of state thit W. Weston, editor of lha American fcn iueer. Chicago, has been appointed commis sioner general of the exhibition for this coun-trv. An Oleomargurine Case. Washington City. Djc 1. Tha first case under the oleomargarine law was prose cuted in the courts hero Monday, and, al though the defendant was shown to have of owl the patent stuff for sale as genuine but ter without a license, b was acquitted lie cause it could not be shown that he had sold any, and the law imposes no penalty unless a sale is actually effected. Ios in Altera Aptointel. Washington City, Dk. 1 The pout master general appointed Tuesdav, ammg others, the following names! fourth-class postmaters: Ohio W. H. Harttnan. Bailey C. M. Hollister, Mitchaw. Illinois H. Craddv, Coulogne: S. M. Williams, Detroit Iowa T. Steven son,' IteLeon; t. . ohm man, Keystone; J. A. Harmon, Irwin, The Hennepin Canal. Washington City, Dec L It locks very much as though the Hennepin canal project was likely to see its last chance of adoption by the Government under the offers of the Illinois & Michigan catiaL Int views with members as tliey arrive show very little interest in tnc matter, and n ap parent effort at organ izit ion in its behalf. The lebt Reduction W ill It Small. ashngtoh I ITY, iec. 1. 1 he. treasury Iaymeuts have been so luavy during the past month that the reduction of the public debt will be very small. A Grave Crime. Youxgstown, Ohio, Dec. I. M lilda Ooldrod. of this place, wascruully . .j;y.t Sunday at a lonely spot on the road betw;u j this city anil Poland by James McCoi tni- k with whom she was out ridiug. 5KH.'ormick ; then made her accompany him toPolatil, under threats of violence if she made any outcry, and there compelled her to occupy the same room at the hotel with him, alleg ing to the landlord that she was his wife. Monday the girl managed to dend word to her sister t Youugstown of her sad plight The latter swore out a warrant, aid, accom panied by an officer, started at once for Po land where McCormick was arretted. Feeiing runs very high, as the young lady is of a good family and well thought of. McCor mick isjn jail. Cattle Thieves. Eagle Pass, Dec. 1. News was received here Monday that a gang of cattle thieves raided the ranch of Matias Barrcra. situated about twenty-five miles from Piedras Ne- gras, Mexico, on last (Saturday, and stole thirty cattle which they drove to this side of the Rio Grande, crossing some ten miles be low here. United States mount ed inspectors accompanied by the owner of the stolen cat tle are now in pursuit of tlx Sieves. THE NEWS IN SWErV There were 5tw,D70 standard silver dollars issued from the mints last week. Van Wert. Ohio, was disturbed by a shock of earthquake Monday morning. There are 1,071 Young Men's Christian as sociations in the United States, with 14U,0UD members. Mr. Joseph iKtwney. of Chicago, has been awarded the contract for building the new union d-wt at Indianapolis. At Clif.k!!i, Wis., Saturday night, burg- lat, alter chloroforming the family ol w ph Keller, can iei away :!75 in cash and H v.orth of gouds. M.-C'illutgli (ialbraight, mill.nery goo. Is, at Jansville, Wis., faded Monday fitr lo.i.K(. A. S. Gage & Co., Chicago, are the h aviit creditors The vNih'e supply of wheat and corn is re? it. tiv.'lv .V.i..ra,iJ(H and ILl&i.OSi busheK Siuei last tvimrt wheat increased Liisiiel-, whilo coin decrertsed l.l'fi,- buth Is. A n '.vii 1 of $VKK,i f',r the arrest andcoa- victie.'i (if D-.'jsoi! who ltxel the liauoUuoi in the Third lUieinblv district, has been of- feri-1 by tin Hrpublicau committee ol ew Jeri.y. Tl onewtat development in the crooked ness of He-.il, the South Boston bona railroad euiK azV-r and forger, is that in soma in- stiiu';es he overt stu-d the same shares ot blw.k twice. Mr. Gladstono declines every request tc sneak until i-arl lament reansembles. Hit pi'ogiaiume for the coming session includt an immediate challenge to the government to state its Irish policy in the debate upon the a Idivsv The schooner Comanche, with "1,000 bush eU of corn from Chuago, ullk Saturday night at Pouil 1 eii insula, Laku Ontario Fred Tutker, a young farmer who rescued the cix-w, hoi hhuselt drowned by the cap sizing of hU boat A cousin of Charles Pickens, who is said to be liviug in N.-w York under very straightenetl ciix-umstancos, alilutely re fuses to sell valuable autograph letters ol tht great novelist, though haudsomo prices have been offered by collectors. RIOTERS RELEASED. rhrve tf the Milwaukee I'riiuin Have Their Senteiieea SusipcndiMl. Mii-WAVKKK. WiK. Dec 1. Muih t) Um ounHi1 of the crowd that tilled the court room Monday to learn the sentence of Muss feldt, liiing.-, and Gutz, c -nvictcd of rioting at Milwaukee garden lat May, Judge Sloan snsK ii led sentence ami the prisoners were set free. Mussteldt wept like a child. Aa-lress inj himself to the prisoner, who was still sob- biinr and di vmg his tears with a red nana k'-rehief, Judge bloau said: "Mr. Mussfeldt I want you to understood that if sentence is Mi-.vndi'd aud you go out of this court -room a free man, you must behave yourself. IX vok art like a good citizen ami support your family, sentence will never be inflicted upon you. it, on the contrary, you snouia tana w riottiv; aain, as you did last May, heavy sentem'e will Us visited upon you. On these terms I su.-pend sentence. 11 The ca t'f Paul tirotlkau was next taken up. He L liK-ked upon as the arch-conspi rator. I'NrAILING SPECIFIC k UWi DISEASE. CVIIDTnilCl Ritur "r tHfte In the ylmr I Um 0 mouth; toti'in enatfil white or covered with a hmwn fur; piiu hi lhe hack, fides, or jointi oft e u mistaken for Uheuinaticm; BOUT Stomacn: mn appeiue; Mnneiimes nausea and water-lrnih, or iiMlit-tion: dntulen cy and acid cructolinn; iw.wele Alternately coa- e ana lax; neaaacno- OI memory, with a painful fetnticu ul having fniled to do ome thing whtrhouht to have hfen done; de- DIIITV; Fpiri'B, '. r"" ojiiK-Binute of the skin andeyei; a dry euiiyh; fever; reft- leMnee; the urine is seamy mm niiin coioiea, and, if allowed to Ktand. dcptiitiU a dtuinicnt. SllOfiS LIVER REGULATOR. PURELY VEGETABLE, i ffitnernllT need In the P tilth to arouse the Tor pid Miverto a healthy action. It act with extraoruinary.eftltucy on the L1VKK, k-i niwir.vs and BOWELS, Aneffectnal specific for Malaria, Dyspepsia, Constipation, . Iliilioiibtics, Kick Headacbo, Jaundice, Nausea, Colic, Mental Depression, liowcl Cotnpl.iinls, Endorsed by the uhp f 7 MILLIONS of h a lies. The Western Pnlon To He Sued. PHit.ATiKi.rni a, D v ). Co'. Robert lncerso'.l. who represents th rceiver of tb Bankers and Merchants lelegraph com pany was grants! leave by United States Judge Butler Monday to bring suit lor aam- agamst tho Western Union for cutting th Hankers1 an I Merchants' wirjs. He also asked that the bill of complaint filed on be half of the Fanners Loan and 1 rust com panv for tlie foreclosure under the Banker and Meivhants' mortgage be dismissed. De cisiou was reerveit COOK STOVES! RADIANT HOME HARD COAL STOVES, -AT- WILLARD BAKER & CO.'S, Rock Island, Opposite Harpr Hoinvv Illinois. f MlLLWiSi tiic BEST FAMILY for Children and A'Jultp MEDICINE ONLY GENUINE hat oar letter Z Btamp in red en front of vvrapprt J. H. ZEILIN & CO., SoIeProprielora. IMIII..Kl.rHIA, I'A. o U oc O fa 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. A Schooner Minting. CoLi.iNOWooD, Ci nade, Dec 1. Fean are entertainM for the safety of the schoonej Neeland, which lft Chicago on the PHn inst for this iort and has not since been hen pi of The sehonner Midland Rov.?r, which left a' the saniT time, arrived on Sunday. I'.illure in New York. Kfw Yofk, Plc 1. The failure of W. J. Austen & Co., perfume manufacturers al ltsti Dunne street and in tswego, is announc el City banks holds the firm's pajier foi over f niuhiit An attempt has been made tc capitalize the concern in ;50,KW. The Knights and the Church. Muktkel, Li., D I, The superior ol the Oblote fathers has announced that nc Knight of lalxtr will be allowed to partake of the sat l ament. THE MARKETS. t'mcAGO. Not. 30. On the board of trade to-day the quotation in grain and provisions were a- follows Vhea No. X' November, opeu'-d ;id clost?d 76-e nominal: December, opened ch'sed 7ttl4c; January, opened Lie, rUwcd "tirie Corn No. Noveinlier, one tied a-id ros.'d 3714c nominal: IVM-eniber. ojiened ISc. t l s c J74ci .lanuary. opi'ned Sfic. closed asked. .att Ho. - Novem'er, oieed nominal. clusd U noiuinal: Doeui ber, opened -Wje, closed ackeJ; January, opened -7e, -lfed 27c bid. I ork Novemln-r oriicl 1 10.1 7U. closed St 10. 10 nimin:d; Iieceni Imt, opened tdO.i'i, Urf d JlM!5 ntked; Year opened 0.l'i. lil f h'.U'i. linl -Novemb .r. oieneil $t..U7'-hJ, closed 5i.ori nominal. LieStK k The t'nlon sto k yard ietort the folloniu: prit es: lloirs-ilnrket opju I active with -,aies chifiey to biKiulators at i( UV advance: later thi iibtiket Ihmuh; moro ouite. and raikeJh nd bhippers bought at yet.;r day's prices: light grades l.4-r!T4.0; rouli lurking. heavy p-cilii. and s'liippi- f: lots. .sc4 3il. CatlK low eitmni-m, JilKf y : koo I to th rice. hutoh-TH. 5 7." sluwp Ikimnion weak; iW - . imkk1 t" choice, firm; (j 4 0'. Pri duee: Butter-Kan-v creamery, Zh"i'3M jerlh: ki h! d:iiry, !" h.i.-. uckie. ll'-el'lj. Kks Mrietly fret.i. -1 per doz; ne- liutme, 3.1 . Iresjed pou try Chicken., Tc pr lb: du. ks an I pc- ee, f i'.c; turen, I itiatties-Hurba-iks. 4 t-V per bu on track; j Karly ittw. Va.45e: 11. auty of Hebron, 83, 4.'e. Apples -r air to gKd fehippnig, M.iJj A) 1 er lb'.. New York. New York, N jv. ;i. Whi-at-No. 1 red suite c; No. V d 1, Bc; No. - red winter, i-1:-; d'i .Idiniry l4 '- Cur 1 No. -mixed ah. 47c; di I) vinocr, 47V Cuts No. 1 while st:it-, IW-; No. - do, '.Vt-c. ltye- iud. Barh y- Noiniimlly n- hangei Pork-lhiK; new nnsss. f lO.WjjH-lJ L ird :f, Dece Ullwr, 0-4"t J.n.Uiry rtroit, Dltihmt, Mich., Nov. ai. U heatNo. 1 white t ush, '.tc a-"h; carto Mi. huun red. WV-J red, 79U cash and NiveinUn 7VMr-! Deeeaiber: Me aKc.et Jana- ary; f'-4C askwl Alay- Corn- Cash Ve iiaU- No. 2, iibc; No. Z white, ICVfC. Toledo. ToLRiM), Ohio. Nov. JW. Wheat Active anc' higher; cah le-em- ber. January: MV: May, Xli: Corn - Firm and active; cash, IWc; May, JJlfcc. Oat Ilicher; cash, SiKc. 'lover Seefi ijrhei-; each and December, $4.j); January, HV; rebruary, f4''t- Rlilwanke. MlLWAUKKR. Wia, Nov. .10. Wheat -Steadier; cadi, and December, tit January, iSt-. t'ni -Dull; No. 2. STe. fui -steady; No. 2. 7c. Rye -Steady; No. I, M f Baric) --Lo-: Kt. 2, Wjc. Public Hotlce. Anyone having business with the Ahgub office after 6 p.m. (tn the event that the office is closed) will please call at Wil mans & Gait's news stand in the postoffice building, who are authorized to transact business of eerv nature for the Argus. Cbeaa Hall Boxes. The finest mail and paper box ever in vented ia for sale at the Argus office at the low price of 91 each. The same box Is sold everywhere at f 1. 60. Call and ex-vniattbem. ROCK ISLAND. Oat-2ttc Hay-Timothy f 10 Oil. Hay Wild fSOtl. Kre-60'. Corn -Old c; New 40c. Potatoes 8a40c Oiiiona 60c. Ooal Soft l0e : hattf SB.S0 CordWood-Hja. 8traw-5.09. Wat. Mclnlry, Attorney at law. loans money on good security, makes collections. Kererence, o o m c .2 ' G o in r C J c o u o it o m t-H H C3 a o W P-i GO I have just, received ruy first installment of my Foreign importations of FINE WOOLENS, FALL AND WINTER WEAK, Aud extend a cordial invitation to my patrons for an inspection of the same. Very finest woik, Lowest pi ices, and perfect fit guaranteed. J. B. ZIMMEB, No. 1810 Second Avenue, llock Island, 111. FIRST-CLASS SHOE SHOP (E.tiiletuthSlreet under Hock Island Nat. Bank. JOHN O. FREED, Proprietor. trsrci1 attention paid to line C'uHoni Work. Repairing done neatly and promptly. Mitchell, & Lynde, banker1!, lOfflce JOHN T. NOFTSKER. . km n Is sending out Stoves lively, all ou ac count of the Closing Out Sale. Two Hundred and Fifty To be sold by te January 1st. Now is your lima to get a aheap Stove HARD COAL, SOFT COAL, 1V00D on any kind of a Stove. gPFlao sole agent for the ce ebrated Gartland and Riverside. David Don, 1617 Second Avenue, Rock Island poBiomceoiocK