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Rock Island Daily Argus.
VOL. XXXV. NO. 38. ROCK ISLAND, THURSDAY. DECEMBER 2. 18S6. PRICE FIVE CENTS COMPETITION DEFIED. PRICES WARRANTED to be 20 to 30 per cent cheaper at the HARPER HOUSE DRUG STORE Than at any other Diur store in Western Illinois. Not only on Patent Medicines but on all Standard Druus, Fancy Goods nod Mis cellaneoHS articles. Head the cut rules: Pozzoni's Powder Wright's Extracts Warner's Safe Cure Athlophorous Pond's Extracts Hunt's Remedy Ransom's Hire Syrup Husband's Magnesia Nichols' Bark and Iron Kennedy's Prairie Weed Mrs. Allen's Hair Restorer. . Seller's Cough Syrup Shaker Extract Simmons Regulator Smith'B Tonic PRESCRIPTIONS- Our Prerrriplinn department If stocked wllh the puret mid brat g iml in the market and all prerriplton are compnumltd hv experienced and reliable pharmacists. Prices are snaranteedtobelowerbySOperceul tban elsewhere. ' MARSHALL PISHEK. Pronts aecond Avenue and Ntucteenth St., Hock Island. Second Avenue X X corner of yL. X X y Eighteenth Styy A X X X XC e challenge X4. X comparison in our X X X ''ne ats ant Men's y Furnishing Goods generally. Clothing 115 and 117 AVest 2nd St., DAVENPORT, IA. I have now opened the most complete slock of FINE CLOTH ING and GENTS' FURNISniXG GOODS that was ever shown in this market, and GUJTULNTEbZ PRICES against all other dealers. Robert Kranse. I have also opened a Special Department for closing out Odds and Ends, wherein yon can Men, Boys and Children, in all dnced one-fonrth to one-half of in plain figures. Blankets, Blankets, Blankets, IN ENDLESS VARIETY. i f Deere'b Block, Moline.Ill. Telephone aifiS. -FALL '86.- 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 and most complete stock at the Lowest Prices. Paricn lar Attention given to Good Work. J. T. DIXON, MERCHANT TAILOR, And Dealei in Mens' Fine Woolens, 1706 Second avenue. Sal! Mascalille Milk Masnesia Pierce's Favorite Prescription Pierce's Discovery Trask's Magnetic Oiutment Hamburg Drops Hamburg Breast Tea Bucklin's Arnica Salve Electric Bitters King's New Discovery Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Eye and Skin Ointment. Colic and Cholera Rem. California Syrup Figs iinporium 9 find good wearing goods for sizes. All these goods are re the original price, and marked DAVIS & CO., PLUMBERS Steam Fitters. A complete stock of I'ipe, Brass Goods, Packing, Hose, Fire Brick, tc. Hole a ents for Deane Steam Pumps, SIGHT FEED LUBRICATORS, We guarantee every one perfect, and will send tlnps. twenty da ' iriel, to rttajionbible pitrtiee. Safety Heating Boilers, and Contrac tors for furnishing and Laying Water, Gas and Sewer Pipe. 1712 Fiest Ave., Rock Island, Illinois. Telephone 1148. R sideline Telephone 10m -WINTER '87.- iSSfi J SPECIAL IrwrwH.Fnvn I FLAVORS m4 MOST PERFECT MADE Prepared wtlhMrletrefram tPtirltT.Ptrenirth and He tlllifulm'Kh. Ir. Prill V R.'.fcltiir !Wcf r forMnm. It" Ainmmiin.l.tme.Alnm nr 1'lnptiatei. Pr. I'nee's KxtriKfe, VunilU, Lciikiii, tl?., llnvor deliriously PttCf BAKING POWOCK CO. Chieooo . St lana. HALF-CENT A WOKH. The Aitors herparter will publish In rhfo col niun all a-ivertim-nif tit of LtwU, Found, For Rent Fur&tle, Borl or Kooms, Wanted, and similar notice, at the low rate of omr-kalf fl cent a word witch figure a word, but no adverliueinvnt leaf than ten cents. y PER CENT MORTGAGES Improved Iowa Farm. Security S t 5 times the loan, and iniertei in eacn cane. Completed loans alwaye on hand for utile. Sizes of loan? 1200 to $10,000 Time of Inane 5 years. Only ehou-egt loan handled. Referencce and details given on application either in pcramor letter. H. M. HENLEY, Attorney at Law. S14 Main St., Pavuuport, Iowa. V Ranted. man a reliable. fin'ivrtic busint'SM man. 1o no- a -'rnpral siren t ftr Hie I'nitrd States Urali-r I'mlverive Association and Merrantile A'jvrny t incorporat ed! Main f tHre 53 Tribune liuildini;, New York in Koi'k lst:ind airl ndjotninu eounties. Th- rti-'ht man can realize l.aiu to l,S0it per n r annum and pLrniunent (Miinoii t'nlt upon or aiKtrtf Mit scriber at Hit Marpt r llt.as" nn Wedtn-ndny and Thurwlay. A. BONNKLL. Manuer. WANTED. FOUR GOOD ENER " petit' men to ranva-r for a tine line of Holi davpood;;- good pav to rit'lit nun: reference required. C.'F. nKM'ENO. Manager. lS-lni 119 Main St. . iaveiifKrt, Ta. POR 8ALE, SIXTY LOTS IN MY AD- ditions .o the city of Rock Iflmul on four year lv payments, with intertct at imx er rent per an u'uia B 1AVENTOKT. Maverick National Bank, BOSTON, MASS. Capital - - - $i00ft00 Surplus - - - 400,000 Accounts' of Batik?, Bankers and Corporal loue polieited. Our facilities' forCOI.LFtTIOVS are excellent and we re-discount for banks when balance warrant it. Boston ii a neserve City, and balances wirh nt from Kaukti tnot located in other Kent rye cities) coiint a reserve. We draw our own Exchange on Loudon and the Continent, and make Cab e transfer and plac.e inoiiey by telegraph throughout the I'mted StaLett and Canada. Government Bmidt b-iupht and old. and Ex changes in Washington made for Banks without extra charge. We have a market for prime find-clanis Invest ment Securities, and invite proposal n from States, Counties and Cities wrwn issuing bonds. We do a renerul Banking buotiienc, sod invtte correspoudencc, ASA P POTTER, President. JOS. W. WORK, Cashier. ort-HO dwisttm AUCTION ANUCUMMISSIOiN W. H. LUNDY, AUCTIONEER Attend Salew IH EITIIES CITY OK COUNTRY, at moderate charges, or ReceiveConsignments and make prompt returns. lecond Avenna SOCK I8LAVD ILL. Buibrd & Loosley, -GENERAL- Insurance Agents. The old Fire and Time -Tried compaufea Re presented LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID. aies as low a an lie liable Company can afford lour Palrouaire is VuiOLee: tar"(01ce in Awn Blor.Lt. O. E. MILES Em oi fffloi EXECUTES CUTS OF Buildings, Machinery, Por traits, Animals, &c. Also Electrotype Plates furutahed In any niimhfi. Office Mid Residence n;ar of ChriGtiaii Cbapel, Brady street, bt;.veeu 4th and 5th, DAVENPORT IA J W. ROSS, ARCHITECT! AMD Superintendent of Buildings, Eldndge Block. Cor. U and Perry KU., DAVKSPOBT, IOWA. S. T. WATKINS, (Saccessor to WATKINS ft HILL,) Dealer In Dry and Green Wood. Will altK attend U Dan In of all ainde Office at yardF, corttfr of 97th atreet on Mollte avenue. Telephone No. 137; order may be left at either place. oct-ite-dtf 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. THE ANNUAL MESSAGE. PRESIDENT CLEVELAND HARD AT WORK ON THE DOCUMENT. Th Maio .Feature To Be the Condition oi tbe Tresaury CoL Stone, Who Wa buapeaded fr Political Activity, Geta borne Points Kegardin Mr. Bentuu National Affitira und 1'olitlea. Washngton City, Dwc. 2. The president is working harder on his message than lie did lost year. He does not hope to get any tariff revision measure through congress this coming session, but be doe expect that the Fiftieth congress will pass some measure. Tbe president is inclined to believe tbat then may be a slight chance for the passage o some such conservative proposition lis is em braced in the Hewitt administrative bill. Hi is not in favor of calling the Fiftieth congress togwther in special session, according to the plan of Senator Witt-home, in order to re duce the taxes. He bo!ieve3 that it will be enough for bim to take strong grounds in that direction new and us3 his influence with the Fiftieth congress when it meets. This winter Mr. Morrison stauds in tbe way of the Hewitt bdi. The presidtait will follow Mr. Bayard In tbe treatment of the fisheries questions, and approve the dynamite treaty negotiated with England. It is said that Minister Jarvis, now on bis way home from Brazil, is bring back a commercial treaty. The president will approve the recommendations of the sec retary of the navy, whose report will appear in advance of tha meeting of congress. It is said that Mr. Manning and Mr. Cleve land are running a rare to see which can produce the better financial paper. Tbe main feature of the administration presenta tion to congrcsi will ba the treasury's condi tio the rapid growth of the surplus, and the necessity of reducing taxes in some practical way without danger to existing manufactur ing interests. Giving Pointers to Col. Moots. I'lTTSBURG, F.( Dr. CoL V. A. Stone, lately suspended from the office of United States district attorney for western Fennsylvania, for 'pernicious activity" in politics?, and whose application fr reinstate ment, based on claims Mntilar to those which led to the reinstatement of District Attorney Benton of Missouri, was rejected, has re ceived a letter from Editor Sullivan of The North Missourran, at Gallatin, Mo., contain ing what purports to be extracts from some of Col. Benton's campaign speeches. The extracts make Col. Benton refer to the Democracy as the ignorant, unwashed and airty-socked party, and to ITesident Cleve land as being as ignorant as a schoolboy of tbe needs of the western country. Col. Ben ton is also reported as denouncing the presi dent's civil service and silver views. CoL Stone's friends are preparing evidence in tended to show that be never mentioned the president in his speeches. Haloon and Church Influence. Washington City, Dec. 2 Representa tive Spriggs, of Vtica, N. Y., who has ar rived in town, says be was beaten in the election by "the gangs'1 of Utica and Rome. Talking a I .out loyalty to friends, "you find it mot, said Mr. Spiiggs, "among the saloon men and tbe Kaminz-house keepers. They s and by their frunds always. A Bible teacher in a certain church in Utica was a 1 friend of mine, and so was the parson. The j bibie teacher threatened political opposition I to me. and the parson saw him in my interest. But he came back to me and re ported, 'No, I can't win Callaghan ever. He is firm in his conviction that be can m t vote tha Democratic ticket.' It just shows how little influence the church has compared with the saloon. I told the parson that I would count more on one gin mill than a doz-n churches." Cattlemen Appeal to the President, Denver, Colo., Dec. 2 A communication iu behalf of the International Range associa tion, signed by rte presidsint, R. G. Head, has been sent to the president of the United States, fiayi'ig that the live stock industry represents an invested capital of $t0u,Ot)0,UOO, and requesting him to make suggestions in his message to congress for the protection of these interests from epidemic and contagious bovine diseases, and the pools and other discriminations of railway com panies. These influence, the letter says, are ruining the business, and those interested think the time has come to demand justice. The Indian Warehouse. Washington City, I).c. Mr. Craig, representing Thurber, AVhyland & Co., of New York, called at tbe oftHc of Indian Commission Atkins Wednesday morning, and left a written argument with him in favor of the Indian warehouse rcmainiug in that city. Mr. W. H. Lyons, of the New York chamber f commerce, also sent a written statement containing his reasons why the Indian warehouse should not be re moved from New York, but on the contrary should remain there. Carliale Kot Worrying. Cincinnati, Dee. a Speaker Carlisle Hhen ahked Tuesday nigbt what effect Mr. Thoebe's notice of contest of his election would have, said it could not have, any in jurious effect He knew vt no mttive in tbe move except to;ain further notoriety. If persisted in the contest would come up in the next congresi It could not affect the speakership or anything els9 in the (iresBnt congrcs". The grounds n which it was bas-d are utterly frivolotis. Kultonal FlnanetMi. AV'ashinoton Citv, Dec 3 The comp troller of the currency tviwtfi the amount of national bank notes outslandiiig f2!i9,u)lS, S71, being a decn ase during the last month of t2,2li;,'.i4'.t, and during the tost year of IS,IW,L4H. The increase in the demit of legal tender notes during the last mouth has boon aii.WMlW, and the increase since Dec. I. ISKS. (47, .:. Tbe Vote iu Coloradu. Denver. Col., Dec. 2 Tho total vote on congressman as given by tbestatecanvass ng board Tumlay is: Byrnes, Kcpublienn, TS!; Heed, Democrat, a5,'.(St; Murray, Pro hibitionist. :l,.V.i?. Synn-s' plurality, HV,, as against 6,TX t wo years ajjo. The vote ot the state was H,:5C less than in ll-ti. New Ranks Authorized. WAgBiNOTOs Citt, Doc. 2. The romp troUer of the currency hax authorised tlie Canton National Bank of Canton, Ills,, am! the Citizens' National Bank of Mediciue Lodge, Kan., tu begin business, eai'b with a capital of tSO.UOM. The Tarklsh M Union. Wasiiinotos Citt, Dec. 2. -The latest rumor concerning the Turkish nuissi n is that Mr. V. N. ClifTord, of Maine, son of the late Justice t'lifford, has beMi recommended by retary Bayard for the position. Will Sim for His Commioslon. Washinotos Citv, Dec. a. The real es tate agent who Imd for sale the cojuklry st-at, silbsequeutly pntclsMaaa4ftsldent Cleve land, is shl to claim that the purchase was made lliroo'li hw instniiuentalitv, and that V! will sle l'r lnv-miinissHHi. Fnblie Kottea. Anyone havini; business with the Abuus office aftr 6 p. id. (in the event that the office i c.iosed) will please call at Wil man. & Gait's news eland Id the postofflce building, who are authorized to transact busineas of every nature for the Anoup. ChMB Hall BezM. Tbe finest mail and paper box ever in rented is for at tbe Argus office at tbe low price of $1 each. The tame box li (old everywhere at 1 1.60, Call and ex amine them. THE NEWS IN BRIEF. William Swales, wholesale millinei at Milwaukee, faih-d Tuesday for $5t,000. One thousand bol of cotton, worth $60, Duff, were burned at Raleigh, N. C, Tuesday. Fully insured. At a meetin of freight agents at Buffalo, Tuesday, it was decided to not advance rates on coal to wv-stern pointi. Dr. Carl T. Liebold, a well known home 0alhic specialist, was found dead in bed in his Uii-bclor apartments at Now York Tues day morning. Howard hi u kstone, dfcjoimt clerk of the Canal National B ink of Portlml, Me., has filKconded after embezzling $ .'5,001) of the ban'a'j funds. Omfjrssman-i?lect Simons, of the Second Nrti t b Carolina district, is poisibly tlie v ung.-st congress man-eloct in th'! country. He is but ?C. Thanksgiving Day, at Lin wood, Jnd, John W. Kate and Mi's Mattie Bates, school teachers, were married, but an hour after I ha tfivmony the groom disappeared, and not since been heard of. A utiMiiioa of train3 took place Tueelay iiiifnii:i bvtweei Porker and Lennox, D. T., the lot-om-itive being wrecked, and the en intern and foremen instantly killed. Nopas aenger are reported injured. It is now reported that the wheat crop of Great Britain does n4 exceed 5'i,0tW,0(t0 bush"N, n Inch is 757OOt',OiHi less than ear-ier estimates. This should materially increase the doitian-l for foreign wlie.tt and flour. , Mrs. lieu. Grant will vbit Washington during the winter. She will be tliegueet of Gen. B'.-ale and wife Thb will be Mrs. Grant's tirst visit to Washington since she went thre with tho general iu the winter of M'tckviidenifr lurge strtre at Mason, Neb., as d-.-at:u- d by lire Monday night, J. J. Hoaglaud, MhI'-mIiii Miller, and a son of the piopri' tt'i' ivrishing iu the flames. Mack cn.leroff, in tscaping by juming from a window, broke a h'. "llie English universities," says Sir Lyou Play fair, "teaeh their graluules to spend 1,1)11 a year with diguity and intelligence, while the 8 oUh uuiversitL-s teach men to m;ike jUl.tVO a year with dignity and intelli gence. An alvatKwf from 25 to oO per cent, in the price of tolt coal may be looked for im-inediuU-Iy. Two rkjIs control tbe produc tion, and not only direct how much shall be mined and who shall dig it, but also des ignate the railway that is to carry it to mar ket, and iu whit quantities it shall be moved. SHOT HIS FIFTH WIFE. A Terrible Doruchtir Tiagetly tnafted at Indianapolis, Ind. piANAtfiLis, Ind., Dec. 2. David Har ris, n thrifty mechanic who has led five brides to the altar within fifteen years, mar ried an attractive widow five months ago, and imniediately afterward transferred to her all of tin property. Tho two were not happy together, and a week after the mar riage Harris tried to murder bis bride. A month ao he sought a legal separation from her, but could not get it without a sacrifice of th'1 property, and when tha case came up for trud he had it dismissed. Tltt- two resumed their marital relations. Late Tuesday evening Harris went home and ordered his w ife to leave his bouse. She re fused to go an 1 grabbed her by her hair, held ht-r ht-ad luck, aud, putting his revol ver to her forehead, fired a bullet through her brain. He then shot himself through tbe head and cut his throat from ear to ear. lniirurl Mocli-Brrder of Iuwa. Mashs Cmr, Pec. 2 The annual con-vi-nlion oi the Improved Stock -BreederV as socmlion of Iowm opened here Wednesday niornmg with a l;irge attendance, under the presidency of the Hon. James Wilson. An ad Ires -i wsn delivered by Governor Larrabee m the aftemofin and a number of important pajurs were subsequently read and de beted. 1'rt-ttidt-nt FitEeialda Appeal. Lim'oln, ?vb.t Ihx. 2. President John Fi!z(i.;ld has published an appeal to the state delt -go t5 ot th-? Irih National league in America akin them to orgoiize tbe league still tuure fully and widely an 1 to raise all funds postsibh in aid of the anti-eviction fund, A Mere Stork Jobbing bchemo. I jTTstu Kii, Dor. li Coal operators iuter vieweii about the New York story of a great bituminous coal combination prououm. it a mere stin k jobbing scheme. THE MARKETS. CnirAGO. De-.. 1. On tliebiKini if tr le to-day the quotaii in trraio and pronsioiit were a follows WheatNo. 2 January, oiened Hic. closed TtTtre; February, oj-ened TT&ir'. cl oed May. ou tl Xti. tloei 131. lorn-No. i January. ie tied iJ7?(i''. clt.td 04; Fobrnnry, opened U"h. ch riI ;8"; May, tiTnet 4'-',: plowed -IS7:. Oats-Wo. 2 Deceuitter. opened iS"-'-. cUwcri Zt ; Mas, oenel 31c, chr d ;il Pork-January, opt-nei clw.il S-lnfu February, ow!ie1 flO.tM, rlosed fW.9'. lird -Jnnuary, opened f1 T. closed $U7L$. Live Stock - The lni'i:i sto-k yard repart the Inilnrtin; pr,-e: Hvi-Market open.! iairly active, with choice and heavy 'oit eteutly; uiixcii and cohi-m. V'luc iowvr; hUi Kiwi $1 ."iiM rough par kinp. juo ft ." i; heavy ptcUinsi and chippli.R lot. j:;.;ti ; 4 1 . I'attlr - Huer nil bidding. Ui l5 Iuw r v-r )t)v; Ikoms, IMliii!1); butelieis, 51 I hto"kers. $;.Ki-3 :0. Mieep-Vcry mck on ominou: v-t j;ra les. steady; bj( s, t-U1 UI-.V5: mHlly. iS 7.VU3 -". I'mluee: Hutler-Fanr-y creamery, 13 r ivr lb; ki:k1 dairy, IHJ.-; packtu;. II .oil-. Lkhk Mrictiy frvwh. "1 tttiiri jer do.; ire h"i w, Ak iirensrd jou tryt'iiieken-, h ti per lb; du k ani K-t'-te, 5i8c turkey, 8 . 1 oruliws- hurba-ikR, 44 (.W; ptr bu on tri; KnrlyHoi', 4 a IV; H-au'y of Hdmm, i'nt 4fV. Applen -Fair to mnrl hippiug, 116 $ -.,-0 ui bl.. New Vorh. New Vokh. Dec I. Wheat -No. 1 ttd tnte 9Jea No. d, tH.Vc. No. I'rcd u ii.ir, De "ember, ifiiv; d'.i J.inu iry.Si - t'-r t - No. 2mlxel ieli. 47 c; d Ufemln-r. 4ti- . Uati--Nn. 1 while nlate. liarn y oiuin;i!. I'Hi'K-uuii; uw unm. January; 5ti I. February. St. Lmi.W. 'r. Loi w. Mo.. Dec. 1 V hea! -Mrwiwrand 'iic7c higher: No. S red cah, .7 V-S"" December, 7 He: January, mic; May. Mi'-w. Corn -Steady; No. 2mixid ear-1 1. JPiAit'&i h. : IV.'ember. o.)"ic; Janiiury, May. MOr. latebleady; Ntt. i nnxd cah Zl iir; De-eiuber, 27 stiked; May, 5lc. Ke-Mrot; 4fiu Whik-$l.i;i Fork 1 rung. Sh1.'). Lard -Firm; w. Toledo. Toledo, Ohio. Dec. I. Wheat - Active one" higher; ca-h Decem ber, Ntr:; Janikiry MW; May, WW. Corn- Holier and quiet; rash, Ww, May, Wm-. itnte rirm: ah. bid. 1 lovr Swd-Stt-adv rash December, t-Vt; January, ft 57; Fet- nwry, 54 tiH. lNli-4dU DiTRuiT. Mlrh.. Ieo. I. Wheat NV. t whiU cash. m-h Mi. h- lean red. .'."y: ? red, T!"! cawb nnd Ik. iM'niher: Nj,e lid Jnnunry: R&y Fchrnnry; t; way. L..n tiabt -No. ?, l ; N,,. S wMt. HOCK I8T.ANP. Uat 2tc Hay ThihHh tfl.frt. Uyw'ilri 18 (t. Oorn -Old 42c; New 40c. Poraioei 34tK: . Ooton 60c. rxwi-on i0c:hMid 18.90 Cord Wood-$4 6lraw-9&.ti9. Wa. McBalry. Attorney at law, loans money on good tecurity, makea collection. Reference, Mitchell & Lynde, baoer'i, Ofljce fa poet office l?loc 11FAIIM SFEC1FIC far LIVER IIISEASI. CYllDTflllCi Vltu'T or u"te 1n the WIlTiriUnlwi mouth ; tongue eoat-d white or covered with a brown fur; min in the back. sides, or Joints often mistaken for Kheumatirm; SOUr 8tpmacn iohmh appeine; soniMlifDeg naue sod water-orswh, or indiitton ; rlt ulen cy and acid eructotions; bowels alltrnjilely cos tive and lax; headache f memory, with a painful eeHoulmn of JiavinK failed to do something whirhongut to have len none; rJe bltitv; lowapiriie; aihick. ytltow apM-aranre of the Pktn and eyes: a dry cotmh; fever; rett leMn(Mi: the urine is eranlv hiul Inch roiored. and, if allowed to utanil, l('Mttct a ftdimciit. . SIHHOIS UI11 HEGOLATOB. PURELY VEGETABLE, Is generally wed in the South to aroiiae the Tor pid Miverto a healthy actioa. It acts with extraordinary'effiiaty on the I IVER, - KIDNEYS and BOWELS, An effectual acific for Malaria, Dyspepsia, Constipation, Biiliousni't?, Sick Headache, Jaumtu-e, Nausea, t'ulir. Mental Depression, Bowel Complaints, BEndorrcd by the uc of 7 BILLIONS or b it- BEST FAMILY MEDICINE for Cbildreu ami A'lults rndfor t!ie Ai,'cii. ONLY CENUINE has oar letter Z etamp in rc-d on fnmt of rappor. J. H. ZEILIN & CO., Sole Proprieton. PHILADELI'Ul A. PA. FUK'E H 00. c 2 i OS 2 o 3 o o S O CO UJ u ce. O o OS W o 03 c o c3 o JOHN rr ' i-",-t COOK STOVES! RADIANT HOME HARD COAL STOVES, AT WILLARD BAKER & CO.'S, Rock Island, 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 patn.ns for an inspection of tlie same. Very finest woik, Lowest piices, and perfect fit guaranteed. J. B. ZIMMER, No. 1810 Second Avenue. Rock Island, III. J pF" Special aUentkm paid to fine Ciiftom T. NOFl'SKER. xr 't " r imw is your nine 10 gei a cneiip eiQve ; HARD COAL, SOFT CO AL, WOOD or r. anv kind of a Stove. S Opposite Harper Hon?" Illinois. FIRST-CLASS SHOE SHOP ( Effete nth Sirett -under Rock Jtlsud Nat Bank. JOHN O. FREED, Proprietor. Work . Kt-pni ring done neatly and promptly. LI AVID 1011 Is sending out Stoves lively, all on ac count of the Closing Out Sale. Two Meil and Fifty To be 8o'd by January 1st. : .. . : . . . . i ct . ------ t5F"Also sole agent for th celebrated Garland and Riverside. David Don, 1P17 Second Avenue, Reck Island