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Rock Island Daily Argus.
ROCK ISLAND, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1SS0 WITH SUPPLEMENT. PRICE FIVE CENTS VOL. XXXV. NO. 42. COMPETITION DEFIED. PRICES WARRANTED to be 20 to 30 per cent cheaper at the HARPER HOUSE DRUG STORE Thau al auy tbu Diujr store in Western Illinois. Not only no Peut Medicines but on U Standard Irus, Fumy Goods and Mis cellaneous urticli-s. Head the cut rates: Pozzoni's Powder Wright's Extrar's. ....... Warner's Safe Cure Athlophorous Pond's Extracts. . Hunt's Kemedy Hansom's HiveSjrup Husband's Magnesia Nichols' Bark and 1 ron Ken ned y's Prairie Weed . . Mrs. Allen's Hair Kestortr. Seller's Cough Syrup Shaker Extract Simmons Hegulalor Smith's Tonic .$ .3d . .'J5 . .f() . .72 . .33 . .05 . .30 . .28 . .70 . .TO . .90 . .18 . .45 .70 .. .70 .$ .70 . .S3 Sail Mascalillc Milk Magnesia Pierce's Favorite Prescription 70 Pierce's Discovery. . . . ' 70 Trask's Magnetic Ointment 18 Hamburg Drops 30 Hamburg Breast Tea 13 Bucklio's Arnica Salve 13 Electric. Bitters 33 King's New Discovery Chamberlain's Cough Remedy 3" Eye and Skin Ointment. .15 ' Colic and Cholera Kern. ,15 California Syiup Figs in thr .,....-. .t.rnM.w . .... .1.......-........1 i. i-k.'t1 v ith mire! and tfwl 2 H1 mark.'t and all presi-ripn aiv iom(mnnil.rt by px;H'riiMiil an I r.lil.l- pharmacists. m hi. ,wr hv VI ih r i-Kiil thn i' Wvri'. .in.HALi. r..-in.,., . . .. ... ormuu .a. inic nii-i ..iii..ii'... SPECIAL NATURAL FRtNT HAVORS MOST PERFECT MADE rrcpfiTwl with strtct rotrftM toPiiiHtv.Strenalri find H.-Ali M iliums. IU-.l'mv's H:tlihttf IWder cyHatn ii. Aimmiiim.I.ime.AIiim or Pho.- phutes. !r. I'ru-r kurucl, Vanilla. Lemon, tic.. flavor klH-inu.y PRICE BAKING PQWCCH CO. Chicago carf St. Loam. HALF-CENT A WOK It. , Koi-k Island. Second Avenue corner of Eighteenth 4&4f 1 S UV challenge y m s4JJ s cotni'arison in our! ; y f Furnishing Gooils generally.! The A no hereafter will publish in . thi col Qnin all & Wertii-meiitf iT Lo-t, Konntl, For Rent l'r Sale, Botrti or Kooiiim, Wanted, and similar notices, fit the low rale of ohm fMlf a cent a word. eat b figure a word, bat no advertisement lesp man ten cems. 7 PER CENT MORTGAGES ON- l improved lowa Farm. St ctiri'y 3 bt 5 times the loan, ami iitspet-ted in each cae. Completed loans always on hand for wile. Sizes of loan? $200 to f 10,000 Tttue of loans 5 years. Only cioicettt loan handled. References and details given on application either in person or letter. H. M. BKNLEY. Attorney at Law. . Sl4 Main St., Pavenport, Iowa, IOK SALE, OLD PAPERS IN ANY - quantity at ihit office, cheap. Clothing Imp orium 115 and 117 West 2nd St., DAVENPORT, IA. t loi-i i-w rmwiiil the most, conin'kte stock of FINE CLOTII- m "i"" v v,,v i TNG and GENTS" FURNISHING GOODS-that was ever shown in this market, and GUALiAiNTEE PEICES against all other dealers. Waited at once a relia " ble man to teil clmit e nursery -o k ; uod mie, Meaiv work, out rip frvc. Jas. K WIIITMSV 4 In Nurseryman, lio.ht-t r, N. Y JANTEII FOl'U GOOD ENEK , a-s for a n:ic line of Ihm y to ri'lit men: referew K l'KWKM. Manager. 110 Main M. laven-rt, la. inritl. i-Im t il tO t'ltll l?OK BALE, SIXTY LOTS IN MY AD - (litiods .othe f iivof Km k Island i.n four year ly pameuti, with intvnM al uun 1 Maverick Naiional Bank, BOSTON, MASS. Capital Surplus $100,000 400,000 THE NATIONAL SOLON'S. ASSEMBLING OF TMESECONDSESSION i OF THE FORTY-NINTH CONGRESS. The rrealIntB IHraouce Jlvml t Itoth Houses New Members Sworn In The Report off-Trcasuxur Jordan Tbo rnli- lic Domain Miscellaneous Notes from the 'National Capital. excellent balances Robert Krause. I liave also opened a Special Dqtaiinierit for closing out Odds and Ends, wherein you can iiud good wearing goods for Men, Boys and Children, in all sizes. All these goods are re duced one-fourth to one-half of the original price, ami marked in plain figures. Blankets, Blankets, Blankets, IN ENDLESS VARIETY. Afr.umtsnf ltanke. Hankers and Corporations Miliriled. Our facilttie- forC.M.ETIOXS are hikI we re-discount f -r Wank when w.irntiit it. lMi!ron if a Itt erve "ity. and baNnce with ns froin Banks tnot loeated in other Uoerve cities) count reserve. We draw our own Kxchance on London and the Continent, am! make Cable transfers and place n.oney by telegraph throughout the tinted Mates ana Canada. government Bond? hcujrbt and sold, and Ex changes in Wabhtngton made for Banks without exlra charge. We have a market for prime first-clas Invest ment ScQTilie!'. and invite proposal!" from States, Counties and Cities wh.-n suint luds. W do a cem-ral Banking business, and iuvtte corret-iwudeiice, ASA P POTT Kit, President. JOS. W. WOBK, Cashier. t-tdwshm AUCTION AND COMMISSION W. H. LUNDY, AUCTIONEER Atlenti ialea IH KJTHKK CITY OR COUNTRY. at Djoderatc charcea, or Receive Consignments and make prompt returns. Ivnd A MOD" ROCS 18 LA WD ILL. Washinoton City, Doc. 7. The st-enra nsunlly incident tu the assraibling o coiiroHs at the beginning of a tbim. wre early in- ftugiiratod at the cajutol Monday morning. By lOo'chrkljewph) began to fltK'k into th'i gaHeriesot J-he houso, the favorite resort whenever there are general and utwurm proceexlincs of interest in congress. At 1 o'clock the galleries were-half full, anl ai th? Intervening hour to tho onening wore away, they were filled to overnowing. MVmlwrs flocked into the hall of the hous. of reprsen tativts very slowly and stood nruud with tlieir arn akimlHi, explaining to friends and correspondents, how th"V "made it" or "got (eft in the recent campaign, and elect-ion. Tlie stories were intercstinsj ami soniotitnes thrilling, as the narratives bram-hod otf into biiotlle," violence and romaiiLV. But good humor aUiuidtiL Thnw who were defattl for l-e-elcction dclared that they wem glid to retire from ptiblic life, and those re-electeAl were thanking friends for congratulations. The senate ehambor presented a sombre apnea ranco with its heavy cre draery altout the gallery railings in memory of ttw late Senator Piko and ex-Presidont Arthur. A much smaller crowd of visitors lingered Ikm-o tlian in the house, where the bluster and amusement occurred. One committee was in session Monday morning besides the house committee on ap propriation; and that was tho joint eonf-r-ence on tlie inter state couuiTerce bill. The conferees hone to get their bill ready to re- mrtbvtlie middle of the wees, mey aa journed at II:-"!" o'clock to Wednesday uiorn- when the only point of importance not determined will be settled that of court jurisdiction. If it is ascertained that suits against inter-state roads can bo brought in state courts they wiilbj given juristlK-tion. tnherwise onlv federal courts will have iiiiisdiitioH. N'liator John Sherman, of Ohio, caiLni the senate to order at noon and Kev, J. J. limler delivered the iraver. Aiiuuil reiHirts of departmoats were laid tn-fore tin senate. CommiUees were apixinted t notify tlie hou.se that the senato was in sessi.m and wait upon the president. Messrs. Kdinunds and Saulsbury were designatetl to perform tiiis duty. Senator Williams' cred-ntials weir presenteti by his colleague, Senator Stanford, anil he was sworn in. Nonw bill and petitions were introduced t forfeit land giants, to authorize bridges aeri the Mi; souri and Kast rivers, etc. Keee.-ts was the taken until '2 o clock, when lh mess-ag-. was ivevived and its reading b-.gun. The reading of the rttbsatre was tinisht at when it and accompany mg dcunient were oniere! printed. Ho:ir said that thi senate Vacilie railroasl funding bill had U-en 8t down as a special onler for Tuesday, and asked that its consideration be d ferret!, in the hope that tho house would in the mean tuns tak-? some action that would relieve the senate of trouble in regard to it. Idair an. nouncod the death of his late colleague, Mr. Pike, and on his motion the wmite, as a mark of respect to his memory, at m. .tiliiirned. The leaker called tho house ord- r at ncKia an I Chaplain HiUmru dehvt ml the prayer. The roll was called an l2Uun in- bers respMided. Ibe senate wa mttirmeit that the house was ready for business. Messrs. R agan, Brwkenride of Kentucky. aud Reed, were design aJ a commit t"? t" rotify the president that the house awaiu-d his pK-asuve. Messrs. S. S. Cox and Henry Bacon of New ork, and Henry W. Ku-.u ot Maryland, wore sworn in as memlwrs. Tite house took a recess until 2 o'clock when the message was received and read. fiscal year and the receipts from the same, as compiled from thQ. report of the conimis sionor of the general land office, are as fol lows: At cash Bales, 4,THt,01ti acres; home stead, timber culture, and other entries, 1 V lnJian lands disposed of l,l:,5tto. Tula! absorptions, iM,dl4,41U acivs. Deduct from this previous entries not completed, l,'i,3r. acres. Net abnorption, 2, avres. Tho cash receipts from this were 'V';!,", of which $,tj07,7:.,t belongs to the Indian tribes. The s".'! etary reflects severelv upon the tperntious (f the government survey of lauds and says; l ln' commissioner's ivport up;n the public mirvevs, thoi'gu interesting, is a pamnil ex hibit. It appears fnnn the document that the available agricultural land in most of the puhlie land klates and territories has lieen largely returiH'd as surveyed, and the sur- vevs naid tor bv the Lniteil fttaies, mn m many instanceJi the reported surveys are so tective ii ud erroneous as to oe wiinnui merit and iifi.sleadmir : and that in other ?s no actual surveys were made, but pints re manufaetunil uiMn the Iwisis of licii- tious ti !d notes, t Ither.i m which the topo graphy represented upim the plats was en tiiv Wi ut of corntsixmdeuce with the feat ures of tho country, somo sti-eams lieing repress ntetl where none exist and others as llownv; in t he wrong direction. Thu L-vcretary renews his suggestions as to the ree:il of tho pre-emption and tuntier culture laws, an I niCMlification of the present de.-rrt land. ;).-t. The mm Mary al.o denounces at great length the cii-totn once prevalent or teucing to the puMic lands for the benefit of the cat tle men. and alswt the hoeus pocus by which certain graa'rs can, by acquiring title to all lands having streams or springs, hold posses sion ot ihoiisimis ana tnousanus oi acres, rendirel valuelesi to the settlers because the water rights have lieen seized by the en crone i it r. w Wllfir I UlflWl month; trrn:iie roatt d white or covered with a brown fur; pain in ihe hack. Hdes, or joiuUs oittii mistaken ir ittiviuiiaiisiu; SOUr Stomach; '" "f appetite; sometimes nausea and water-lrah, or iioliirestion: tlatuleo cy and acid erurtotions: twiwels alternately cos tive and lax; headache: I"-" of memory. with a painful sensaiiou of having f;iiled to do something whiehoui:ht ti have hi-en done; de bility' low spirits; a thick, yellow appearance of the skin and eyes; adry cough; fewer; rest lessness; the orinc is scanty and htirh colored, and, if allowed tu stand, deposits a sediment. SIMMD5S LIVER REGMATOH. PURELY VECETABLE, Is generally ined in the South to arouse tie.- Tor pid Miverto a healthy at lion. It acts with extraordinary ni. ai y -.n tiie IVER, L KIDNEYS and HOW ELS, Ancfft-ctual bl)ecilic for Malaria, I-Csiu, OoDfitipation, HiiliotiSLK-Bf:, Sick Headache, Jaiinilirc, Nausea, Colic, Mcotiil Depression, 15iwil Complniiils, Enilorpiii by the of 7 MILLIONS uf li it- LluilAX COOK STOVES! RADIANT HOME HARD COAL STOVES, -AT- WILLARD BAKER & CO.'S, Opposite Harpnr Hons-. Rock Island, Illinois. mm II -ill "T?, i ft ' v DAVIS & CO., PLUMBERS Steam Fitters, A c.niiicU- stuck of 1'ipf, Brass Goods, Packing, Hose, Firs Brick, tc. Dekke's Block, Moline.Ill. Telephone atlfiS. Sole e eutii fur Deane Steam Pumps, SIGHT FEEL) LUBRICATORS. W e guanuitee every otie erfec.t, anj will ev'rid Ou;s, tw- my di c' triel, to re.iinUBthle pirtiet. Safety Heating Boilers, and Cuntrae tors for fmnisbiii and Layyig VVater, Gas aud Sewer Pipe. 1712 First Ave., Rock Island, Illinois. Telephone 1 148. R ttidence Telephone lftl7 P.ulbrd&Loosley, GKNKRAI. Insurance Agents. The old Kire and Time Tried cocipsjaiefl Re presented LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID. late? as. kw a- an Heliable Company can afford Tonr Patronage w ijoiiciitc tVOfiii - in Anrns Block. -FALL '86.- -WINTEK '87.- HOPPE, the TAILOR, (Successor to and late Cutter for I. I.iberman,) 1803 Second Ave., Rock Island. FINE WOOLENS, CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, Worsteds, London Suiting and Trouserings. (STLargest and most cyrupli'tu stork nl 1 lie Lowest I'ri'S. Particular Attention given to Good Work. J. T. DIXON, MERCHANT TAILOR, And Dealet in Mens' Fine Woolens, 1706 Second avenue. O. E. MILES Engrayer on EXECUTES CUTS OF Buildings, Machinery, Por traits, Animals, &c. Also Electrotype Plates fiiniiplie'i In any number. Office and Keauh-uce rear of Christian Chapel, Brady street, between 4tu and 5th, DAVENPORT IA I W. ROSS, ARCHITECT Aisn Superintendent of Buildings, Eldndce P.loek. Cor. 2d and Perry Sti., DAVENPOttT. IOWA. S. T. WATK1NS, (Suceeswir to W ATKINS HILL,) Dealer in Dry and Green Wood Will also attend to Hauling uf all ihidw Office at vard, corner of 37th street on MoHt: avenue. Teh-phone No. orders may be left at. either place. oct-as-dlf Many a Lady is beautiful, all but her skin ; and nobody lias ever told her how easy it is to put beauty on the skin. Beauty on the skin is Magnolia Balm. Ttearer Jortnn Submits His Keport to tie Secretary of t lie Treasury. Washington t'rrv, Dot 7. The Tinted States tivasuier has Mibinittvl to tho seere cretarv of the treni-ury his annnal report. from which it appears that the net rmipts oi the Government during t!H vear eihlea June ' were i.4,-(. aud tho net ex nditures $"-M"2,4Ki,i:vS. Tl exrras of ivv- enno over expeuiiiturvs were tdt,r! . The net receipts for the la-t fiscal yisar over Ihixe f are f:lo,4.K,M . Ihe receipts on no- count of tlie potofliee ueparliueuU not m- ludeii in the above statement, amounted (."t-,,.''.'7,i:w", an incn-aso of $.V7,m.''. ov those of the pr-eeeding year; the expenditure increasetl from $:-0,:i.ti,;il4 in jss torf,u,vj .Vv) in ty' or $:i.V-71. Bonds of tlw United States amounting to ?44,l:1,:.it were re deemed and applied to tho sinking fund. Counons from Umds f tho UniUnl StaUs amounting to f7.5.ri7,41 J were paid by tbo assistant treasurers. Interest amounting to I'.t;s7 was raid on registered mnils ot tlie Vnitwl States, inelnding the bonds issued to the various Pacific railroad cominies. Otiioons from 3.(r wr ctnt. lKnds of the District of t olumtJia amounting to MC',111 and registered interest ainnutiting to -tlt,44! were tia'd. Of bonds held m trust p-national ttanks were withdrawn, of which a tiount trirt,!rj5,:-Ki was held to secun circti lation, and 54.U7.HH) was held a security for depita of puMic uioiteys. The Unds dj posited to nplaw thoso withdrawn on ac count of circulation amounted to fc!d, T-M.(X, and on account f d'tosits b ?tt,i;o,i'"t', i total decrease of U,117,rnhi. Thootal move merit of bonuV held lor notii rial banks wu $S7.W57,;W. Worn pnd mutilated United States Tt"te& amounting to ,(X,ot( were redeemed dur ing the vear. Tlieiswieof silvr certificate was ?4,SK),(XHt pnd rSJM were n deemed, fluid certificates amontidin t SHt.lSS,S'.t. were redeemed. The unavailable funds of the treasury June , were f-VVJl,:.'., a deereaeof $' ,'M' from lat vear. The balance in tlie treasury at the close of tha year ondel SepL , ISWi, was IWl,tliiT,i7r, an increase over t hat or l of $ ltV.Hl5,W k Tiie available lalanoe was f7ii,l4l against $o-'.CJ.T.l last, year, an increase of IMt. The treasurer itusgests that Ihf large sums held by mints and asay oifics it? placed in the actual custody of the treasury, and the duties of t)te mint orlleers lie con lined to tbe assaying and coinage wf the bullion placed in their charge. Tbe Vital amount of United Suit notw outstanding is f.W,081,01ft. Tlie amount of silver certificates nominally outstanding at the close of the fiscal year was $115,H77,(17. of which amount tlie treasury held $?7,fH, 450, leaving $SStH,-35 in actual circulation, a decrease of .13,414, 721 during tlie year. This amount has since been added to by the demands of business so that tlie amount in circulation Nov. 30 was $l(T..rit.si7. There iii now in circulation $tl,7tiI,44S in silver dollar. FlirVt-m lr Senatwr lllnir. W ash i M iTt m t "it V, Vc 7. A n ex- quiite liounuet of r-isebuds, tied with the :ypj:ai whi; riblwti. aud beariug thefol;ow in ; iitscriptlon, adorned Scuator Bl air's desk Monday: "To Hou. Henry W. Blair, United States senate, trreeting from tho National Woman's Christian tenixrauce Union. Two hundred thousand loyal womeu delight to honor lite nation's advocate of educaticn and prohibition, llwppy were our firesides if all our law-makers wore as true to Ood and home and native land.'" It was signed by Frances E. WiUan, president, and Caroline B. BiK'll, corresponding secretary. OUi.e Held by Kemblleas. W ashinoton, Otv, 1.v. 7. 'T am in fa vor oi the l-enotu ination of Cleveland in lsvC' said t-x-Kepresntativo Cniary, of Kent w-L v. ' Tito onlv complaint made against him i that he does not turn out the rascals with hultn ieiit rapidity, Imt 1 think as tiirw rolls by the grounds for such a com plaint will la le away. 1 have no stiare m Mich a complaint, even now, for at the pres ent time th-re is not a K.-publican in a fed eral -illice iu my district."' "Ju the matter of having Demwrats on guard iu federal oHices now beld by Hepub hcans," said Congressman McAdoo, "1 am s;itistii Hi re will be httlo for the Den crats to cojupiaiii of a year heuce. Most of tlie bderui otlicials in my district have tteec change.1. Tho p..tmaster of Jersey City and the collector of the trt still n-main. Not-barged having btx'n nuul against them, they are allowed to serve out their respective terms under the tenure-of olbce act ail fr Hi House with Wtirtliless Itonds, Wamhm.tkx City, Iec 7 A year or iin.re ao .lu-ig1 Thoman.tif Ohio, then a ft il servu-e conumaiontr, purchasetl a resi dence in the ittirthwederu jwrt of the city lVom Alfretl Kichanlsnml gave inpayment theivi'or fr-,oi uorth of Indiana sehot.il Ik iuIs. uliii h the seller accepted upn the eertilic.it1 of Senator Voorhees and the laU Vice lent Hendricks. Tho Imnds turn out to have !nvu fc.Midiileiit, an I Itichards linii iainei1 b vn trying to induce Thoman to ..-ike tu mult his hands. The latter refuses on ground that he taught them in good faith ned that they were vouched for by Hen- diiclot and ViHrlie. Now Kichards brings suit against Thoman and Voorhoos to tv- cover the vabie of the proiierty. nn.i fiiscov- ei-s that, as s.n as the former learned that the bond 4 were worthless be mortgagei the projeriy to a iviauvo ior iu u Ihp Hennepin Canal. Wvshin'.tox City. Iec. . Mr. Mur phy was Sunday asked if the Hennepin canal pi ople had given tip their efforts. "Give up lleiui fin: he n-piieti, "we give up notumg Whv. a renoi t has Itn-n made by tlie engin eers in aivoroance w iin " uhwuuu ui tut river and harbor bill, last session, and the rt will soon le lief ore congress, if the rntuent printer ever gets a chance to print it- The secretary of war has promised to give the committee a hearing on luestlay next, and there is life m tbe Hennepm yet. Juhu C. l'orr. tif the citizens1 couimitttr 5.1V s: "Wo are awaiting the report of tin board of armv engineers who were instructed to invest igat'- the question, and who will re- pojt not only to tlu cost of tlie canal but nihil, its commercial necessity and I am eunii ient that these otheors will report that tlie canal will ta tf gre.it advantage. ONLY GENUINE has our letter Z stamp In n-d mi front J. H. ZEILIN & CO., Sole Proprietors. PUII.Afir.M'lllA, I'KK-E l .ce. repoi Duty Await inp Appropriations. Washington City, lec, 7. The secretary of war in his report referring to the maUer of defense against invasion says: "We hava no guu now which can stop the progress o( or do any material injury to a wellrarrnore ship. The manufacture of a gun is a work of time, and can not ta extemporized when wanted. Torpedoes may lie quickly cnated. but still time and money are needed for their citnstniction. It has been said by a well informed writer on the snbjet that it is matter of doubt if we have on hand enomj cables nnd cases to control with teriiedocf tlHcli:iniiet-i uit Sandy Hook alone. Thf work h-islvn thtiroiighly considered ani laid out, and the engineer and ordnance er(Ki of the tinny aiv ruady to lieiu, ;unl tmlv wait for the ippropiiatioiis from con- The Sundry Civil BUI. WAPHiNiOVN City, lec. 7. The snb- cemmittee of tbe house commit toe on appr- ltrt.itums h:img iu charge thesmwry btll has t omplete l tlie nnxiMire. It appro prtatei 5-tt1.uis.HM which U lL',.V2.:.tr.H h t!ia:t theestimn'es. .'J.fVAtKit lew than ti' uopropriiition for the current year. -'.4.a,KI less than Ibe agrsale uf tbe ap propriation made bv the bdl as reported V) the house at the lat seseion. THE PUBLIC DOMAIN. Itrport of the Commissioner of the tien eral Land Office Washinqtoh City, pec. 8. Tbe area of public laiidsdjsposerljof during the last 1 it hmtt an Appropriation. Washington City, IKv. 7. - It is like! tliat the government printing ollice will be without an appiont iattou for some timey although rublic 1'rmter Benedict luisap- pearinl before the committee on a ppro( Tui tions and urged aetitm on an cmergeiicy ap- rroiiriation. The d-lav is owing to tlie sec retary of tlH- tnut y not having transmitted his el invites oii ihe Mibjtrt to the ciin- initto.'. t atiivln I'rophtM-ie a funic. Washington City. I tec. 7 Spak Carlide sai l Sun lav in an interview that (Ik iv won!.! be a panic if the surphit w imt redu id The large accumulatuui lunds w,i,, iiioreover, tie mJ, a tempt at n to evi( iegisialioa. He thought the Morrison tiirirT bill wuul I coma up early in tlie ses sion. -iiM'tlihis for Col. Morrison. Wawhinuton City. Dec 7. A movement is ipiieiiy bur actively projected through tin unatiiii!ou vote of the IVmocratic menu ship of the Fiftieth congress to tender C M rrison tl;o clerkship of tiw next house. is ar.giud that this expression of personal and p ihueal fcnhdence n the "part of IK-m- iK-ratic nien,irrs will induce Col. Morrison acc.Milatnv, since tho continuation of Hcrvieva iu au iniiwrtant capieity in the t he house npptuN to b3 desired by his kaguea ThU programme has seriously d turbn! Ih?slnt; about being tlx ad np ford tritintifii 01 the offices of the neit wiv gress. ApiHiiiiti'tt la OOlcc. vVAKntKtfroir City, Dec. 7. Tbe president has a pointed G sorgo Allan to be United fc'iates attoruey for the western district of Pennsylvania, vice William A. Stone, sus pended for offensive partisanship. Hie pres- Klent signed Mr. Allan s commission Satur day eveuing. Insure in tbe Bo vision Insurance Co. of Boston, Mass., crganized 1372. Assetts nearly f 1,000,000. E. W. Hurst, agent Umce oyer J Cock Island Pi aliens! Bank BEST FAMILY for Cbihlreu aud Aibihs ; M ED i CI HE 1,1 fl II!.- .iWI. o w u C6 0- u. o c3 o ZD O o I have just lvceivfd my iirst installniHiit of my Foreign importations of FINE WOOLENS, And extend ! of tliesani -FOli- FALI. AND WINTER WtLK. a cordial invitation to my patrons for an inspection Very finest w ork, Lowest pi ices, and perfect, tit guaranteed. J. 13. ZIMMEB, No. 1810 Second Avenue. Rock Island. 111. FIRST-CLASS SHOE SHOP (Elite nth Si ife t under llmk Ihnd Nat. Bank. JOHN 0. FREED, Proprietor. r"SiH clal alti ntiou paid to ue Curtiim Wort. ltimiriiii;ilonc m-ally and yromptly. JOHN T. NQFTSKER. SALE DAVID D01 V- 3. 3 7 ir tti 1 r U. Is sending out Stoves lively, all on ac count of tlie Closing Out Sale. Two Mil mi. Fifty 1 - i s-r r- Liz Stoyes To be sold bv Mf January 1st. Now is your time to get a cheap Stove HARD COAL," SOFT COAL, WOOD or any kind of a Stove. t5s""Also sole agent for the celebrated Garland and Riverside. David Don, 1617 Second Avenue, Rock Island