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Rock Island Daily Argus.
ROCK ISLAND, THURSDAY, DECEMBER !). 1SSG. PKICE FIVE CENTS VOL XXXV. NO, 41. COMPETITION DEFIED. PRICES WARRANTED to he 20 to 30 per cent cheaper at the HARPER HOUSE DRUG STORE Than at bdv oilier Diuj; store ia Western Illinois. Not only mi Patent Medicims but. on all StandarJ Drurs, Faui- Goo.ld w) Mis ct ll.mtmis articles. Head Uiecul rales: TVzzoni's Powder Wright's Extracts Warner's Safe Cure Athlophorous Pond's Extracts Hunt's Kcmedy lansom's Hive Syrup Husband's Magnesia Nichols' Bark aud Iron Kennedy's Prairie Weed Mrs. Alleu's Hair Hestonr Seller's Cough Syrup Shaker Extract Simmons Regulator Smith's Tonic FRKSCRIPTIONS- Our Pr,irmlinn .Vpartmi-nt l .Mrkr i"h Hm- pure.! and ht ) .'I . . .1 , ..u ,m..,H. K. .......ri.i.,.,l ami r. liahlr i.haninri-l. I'm. arc !..' h.. M M ... r ,eul than tkitnf. M AKMI.U.I. VIM K.K. Prw'W Stcoiiii Avrnue anJ Ninvlct-nta St. .Si) . .73 o .(),) .M .2S .70 .70 .90 .18 .45 .70 .70 Sail Mascalille ) Milk Magnesia 3 Pierce's Favorite Prescription i0 Pierce's Discovery i0 Track's Magnetic Ointment 16 Humour" DroDS 30 Hamburc Breast Tea 1 Bucklin s Arnica Salve 13 Electric Bitters 33 Kino's New Discover? Pliamhf rlnin's t'mll'h llt'incdv . . . - '30 Eye and Skin Ointment. .15 Colic and Cholera, Kern. ,15 California Syrup Figs THE DAY IN COXdRKSS. lAtntttS PRICES I SPECIAL 1 1 ! natural ran I FLAVORS MANNING'S COMMUNICATION TO THE HOUSE REGARDING SILVER COIN. MOST "PERFECT MADE tenrwd with etrtrt mritrrl toPiir1,Btmirti nM ll.Uttiftiliit. lir.rt-UfMl-xkintf row.l.-r ".ntaiit li. AmTiv.ii!i.I.Mm-,1nni.;rI'h..- phitts. lr. ) rc Emails Wunlla, Lemon, tic. flavor deliriously. MCE BAKING POWDER CO. Chtcoqo and St. LOOK. HALF-CENT A W0h'H. Second corner Eighteenth Avenue of k . A ' A7 : We challenge comparison in our ; line of Hats and Men's; Furnishing Goods generally. Clothing Emporium, llo and 117 AVest 2nd St., DAVENPORT, IA. 1 have now opened the most complete flock of FINE CLOTH 1SG and GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS that was ever shown in this market, and GUABANTEE PRICES against aU other cWUts. The hereafter will publish in this col umn ail alveriisemenic of LL Found. For Kent For Sale, Boirtl or KiKtiu. Wanted, ami similar notices, tit the low rate of one huf a cnt a wont m h ticure a word, but iu advertisement Ite tnuu ten cents- l'KR CKNT MOKTGAGKS Improved Iowa Farms. Sn-curiiy 3 to ft timet the loan, and inept tied In eacn ewe. Completed loans always on hand for eale. Sizea of loans $200 to $10000- Time f loans 5 years. Only cfiotctst loans hand ltd. Reference ad details given on applteat ton el ther in pervon or letter. li. N. HENLEY, Attorney at Law. 2H Main St., Davenport, Iowa. 1?OR SALE, OLD PAPERS IN ANT quantity at this office, cheap. Waxtkd at once a kklia- ble man ti ceil eltoicc nureery ctoik ; ood pav, teadv work, oulni' free. JAV E WHITNEY, 4-j-ji Nt:rermau, hot hitter. N. Y. WANTED. YOVn iOOJ) ENER "cfic men to c.tnvas-for a line lino of Uoli ilavL'xHlit com! pav to nirlii men; refcreme p.-imirc.l. V 1KA'KND. MaimL-er. l-lm l'.O Main Ifavcnport, la. VoK SALE, SIXTY LOTS IN MY AD- - d'tion .othecitvof K-n k Island i.n fonr yar- lvntvmtnt with int,rtt at six percent per an uum U UAVENroiiT. prtivii Maverick National Bank, 3 BOSTON, MASS. Capital - - - fiOOftOO Surplus 100,000 Robert Kr ause 5 are remarked T t. fiin.Jil .'1 Sues" i.il Keiuriiiir-ni for closing out l mi au'J ,,..vv. -x A Odds and Euds, wherein you can lind good wealing goods for Men, Boys and Children, in all sizes. All these go duced one-fourth to one-half of the original price, ;i in plain figures. Blankets, Blankets, Blankets, IN ENDLESS VARIETY. Account of Back. Bankers and Corporation Our facilities fnrCOLLECTH'NS are eict Hent and we re-diK-omit for Banks when balance; u jrrwiit tt Bo ton is a UestTve City, anil Iwlances with nt from Kanhs mot l-KSled in oilier Kescrve titles) We draw our ow n Excbance on Loudon anl the i v,niiii. nt and make CatVe transfers -nd place frt.ney by telegraph throughout the I'm ted State and t anada. -.-ammtnt Rmds bonrht and Fold, and Ex changes in Wat hington made for Banks without extra cnarge. U p hv market for unme firt-rlans Invert menl Securities, and invite projos I from States. 1 onntie and Hies wnen issnine nonne. tio a ceneral Banking butius, aud iavtte com siMjndi'Uce, ' ASA P POTTER, Presnlcnl jos. W. WftKK, thier. m l 1 dw Astim V DAVIS & CO., PLUMBERS Steam Fitters. AUCTION AND COMMISSION W. H. LUNDY, AUCTIONEER WILL Attend iSales in KrrKca CITY OR COUNTRY, at moderate charcc. or Receive Consignments and make prompt relnrn. fecond kwnm KOCS I8LAHD ILL- Butbrd & Loosley, (IBNKRAL insurance Agents. Troceeding In lioue and enute In- gnlU Ouestlona the Treasury on a Greasy Subject The Army of tlie "um berland Itank C hHiIrr Snl or Saw yer ou lVnstonH. I Washington City. Dec. i. In the sen ate Wednostlay EflHiundtiprest-ntJ a memor ial favoring a cmistitutional amendment fiu powring cxmgross to pans uniform marriag' and divorce laws; referred. Also a nu'inor ial probj biting aliens to possess lare tracts of land; rpfcrro-l. Sawyer prvseiittd momorialof (ho Alotholint Episcopal church conference of Wisconsin for legislation in be half of C luneso lali-jrers, and the passage of tho Chincso indemnity bill; referred. The followiug hills were introduced and niforriHl: By Mandirn, authorizing tlio Trennmt, Elkhorn & Missouri Valley Railroad vow nany to extend its tracks across tho Fort Meade- military nervation in Nebraska. By Plumb, ti authorize tho Secretary of the interior to i-ertify land'-; for agricultural pur poses to the st:itr of Kansas; also to provide for the sate of certain portions of the Fort 1, taven worth military reservation. liy Hoar, for the erection of a niODumeut to the negro soldiers an 1 tailors w ho gave tneir live to th a prebervati on of tlw govern met it. lng'ills orteiv'd a resolution calling on the M.H-retarv of the treasury fur liitoi in.itiou as to tlw ntiiutT ol manufacturers, wholesale and ri'tail deal'-rs in oieoniarganiw who have paid tho special taxes, the distiict in which such taxes wvro p;ti 1 and the mituK?r f iKtiinis of ounargarine nssessl, and the district- in whtth it has been maile; adupte-1. At 1 :4" the senate went into secret scsbiutt and at i :.d adjiriirue!. A I.'tUr from t he director of the mint en closing a draft of a bill for t he issu j of sub sidiary silver coin, was laid before Uie lKu.y and referred. A I'ointer from MHiinfug. Vamiin;tun City, D.c. M A wumi u;i- c:Hii.a wasl;;iii before the boa-s Wei In:., lay troni the secret-jiry of th treasury contitiu- llie recoui nieud alio ns oi tin- director i-f the mint on iie(-del legislation in relation to tl.e statutory bin it of subsidiary silver coin outstanding m circulation. The director says that the practice of the depailment seems to have Wvii based on the tluorv that it is its duty to supply subsidiary coin up to the full requirements of the public demand. This pra tice, however, dies not sir. t .i ac- covA with the joint resolution of Js liimtiiig tfw ii mount of subsidiary com outstanding t j:nMMHJ0. To sustain the dopai tm Jiit in its theory and action in ihis matter, the di res-tor submits the draft of a j 'iul iv.,olutiou providing that so much of the a-1 t.'f 17( referred to, as limits to $.., Ni.tfw tht lint of suteadiary silver com outsiaiuiing repealed. It aio auti.oi ivs the dtrectoi purchase tlie baihou reiraiie 1 lor this otnage witb t Ik bullion fund; vutli provis ion that tho aii'uuul U? eoiu.d in .' e ;its. ci-nts and 10 c.-nts to b rvguljU-d bv the secretary. Sm ietv of the Army of the utn ln-rluiid. AVASiireiiTos Oty, Iec. 'A Lieut, lien. Sheridan has if-sued n mdioe that the S f tho Ariuv of the CuniU-rlaud will hold it; ighteenth reunion in the city c f Washing ton on the 1Mb and V.'th of May, on wIil h tucasion t hp statue in memory of its lament d comrade, (ien. James A. Fartield, will be un veiled. As president of th- siviely. tien. Sheridan has appointed the following 1-kmI executive coram itfa'-e to make oil neclful ar rangements for t he reunim : t u. A Uvi1 Ordwav, chairman, lien. L. N. Anderson. Col. John Hnyand tien. K. l. Mussey, re!ary. AVASHiMiTos City, Ioe, it. S?nat r S.iwver says he do?s not think a single pen sion bill will be pass -d by the stiiate tbi- winter. "We have taken the president"; vetoes as a notice to quit." he snys. IriENCWS IN BRIEF. The c.wic regional committee appointed tc attentl Congri'ssmau Price's funeral decided pot to make the journey, chiefly because of Mr. Price's opposition to congressional lun era! tni. - The jury at Milwaukee in the Grottkau- Mo-sitiger trul were discharged Tuesday evening, being unable to agree on a verdict in thecal of the former, they acquitted M'Ki&smgvr. Near MmuMpolts Tuesday a large eagle, inea-Miriug nearly ten feet from tip to tip. at tacked two Mjrvevors, Professor W. . t arr wid Samn '1 Chut, severely wounding tlie lornier, and linking a devsperate effort to liear him away. Timely aid'arrived, and the bird was capture L His talons are over four inches iu length. Jiiitiiv 11 trlow s. i)rbn, of the Wlscouhui tupivMiy oiiirt, has agree 1 to stand for re- t!e titii next spring, the term being ten years. Mr. Parker of New York intro lu -el a bill ui lite house Th s;lay increasing the tax on !-. margarine to cents per pound. Mr.-. S;ida watt'ii died from Tohmtary starv Uion. Tues.liv.at Hockfonl. Ills. iShe had iitade M'V.-ral atU fiipts to commit suicide. A smali lire in the folding-room of the government printing cilice at Washington I'uesd.iy loivntKH caul a panic among the female employe', th-. alarm for a tlni? threat juuig dtsalroit') results The wfi'M of snow crushed in the roof of the HsghUn t riuk at lio.dou Tuwsil ly uigh t, the damage Uiuj; placed nt Five th mvtud iiersm.-i, many of th-jm )roninmt i:i biiiiiie.ss and social circles, at- Uudo 1 th :.i bill given Tuesday night at lio Lon in he.H ! o H nrv E. Ihxey, tlm corn elian. Tix.- dei orations were tdaboiate, and be (lo:al ti;;i:vs im qa.1. ti'ii. .Viiiii Moor has ssuiu'.d the duties ol urg on general of tli i ai uiy. Whiles pinr ;;t l!uir.Uo, N. Y.. Tu-ja day monuu-. Find Pen-eyres was shot aud killed by hi-, wife, who resisted airest at the hands f clticers. mci:aciiic them with a revolver whi-h they only secured after a severe strug It is saii the murderesi was formerly an inmate ot a bouse oi ui-ianv Jamos Swart, of Plattcville, Wis., and his wife, who was known as Mi's. Theresa Breese until thr,e weeks go, when they were iitarne l, are in prison at Lancaster Wis., or, a charge of bigamy. A sharp 1 v line in (vtroleum tcok place Tuesday in the New York and Pittsburg ex changes, a panic being nvorded at the latter place, where the market opened at de- "li net! to 1 1 ' j , rallied to '4:ii, and closed weak at 7-'. The sales at Pittsburg aggre gate 1 V.mjupo barnds. K. L Haves, one of the leading brokers, failed. W A. Storme, general merchant, who ha stores at N'.'wbcne and orkvillc, lenn :in I one i:i Alabama, tailed Tuesday for $:0, mo. die Hat ( anM- Tu He Mail uvT, I'ec. -The maddest woman in ih -tate Tuesday is believed to be Mrs. Weor -e S -mow. of Charlotte. After much ted.-u-. lit t:r itioii she secured a divorce Sat- imhiy from li r husband on the ground of tr 'n-siipii.il f. S-iuo'i K-ing poor and not thiii make a to !.k ceivm- m K ranee lule li s wife Udievnl she count b-.-iter living if she only had herself i:c-r. Tues-lay, however, S-?rooa re- iMti:v that an aunt had recentlv die! having him $-.'Vf he declares good to do that a state -f single hiessediies is cne-urh lor him. and i:l have not bin; with h;s ex-w;fe. That Aldcrmaiile Meeting. Ntw Yokk, It.v. it. The niysteriouf me-ting of allermen, of which a sensation made bv a mornmg pipr, is said by pi;itiran.-to have lic-n an informal gather- in ; for th' puriHs-e of agreeing upon a divis v't patp-nage by the incoming tioJir-l. Slock Burned l'p. .i.oim i.sTFii, Mass., IVe. ft. Fii-e Tuesday ni -ht deriovei a Urge tuirn owned bv David and Wi li ?m Gffncy, ccntaiumg sixty rigs. s. imwn to-ellr wiih grain aud hay. Lj and :n.-iir.iii.v inikniwu. The I'rcoldent lmtrin. Wa'-hinuton City, Iks-, ft. The presi dent continues to improve, but slid denies himself t visitoi-s. Senators and represent atives have b".vu unable to see h;ui on busi ness since congress conveii-l. He v.ill prob ttblv f able h receive calls souil Bank Authorired. W ashinotn City, iVe. ft . Th tvmj t roller of the currency has auihori.i tlie Madison National bank of Madison, I T., to U-gin bisuiss with a capita! ol .Vt,oKt. -A COIupietc sUttk of 1'ipe, Brass Goods, Packin II.se, Fire Brick, tc. Solt a en? for Tr.eold Fire and Time-Tried comp&uiee Re presentee LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID. tate- low rtp n Reliable Company can afltjrd Tanr Paironace if rwiiciw pr-iWre in Arcw Bkica. MALARIA. "If people could only know what a splendid medicine Simmons Liver Kegulator is there would be many a phy sician without a patint and many an interminable doc tor bill saved. 1 consider it infallible in malarial infec tiou. I had for many years been a perfect physical wreck from a combination of complaints, all the out growth of malaria in my system, and even under the skillful hand of Ir. J. P. Jones, of this city, I had de spaired of ever being a well woman again. Simmons Siver Regulator was recom mended to me. I tried it; it helped me, and it is tlie only thing that ever did me any good. 1 persevered in its use. and I am now in per fect health. I know the medicine cured me, and I always keep it as a r- liable 'standby' in my family." Respectfully, Mrs. Mai:v Ray, Cimtl 11, Ala. ONLY CENUINE has our letter Z stamp tu reu on front of v rapper. LIRA AX COOK STOVES! RADIANT HOME HARD COAL STOVES, AT- WIU.ARD BAKER & CO.'S, Rock Island, Opposite Harper IToiifb Illinois. J. H. ZEILIN & CO., Sole Proprietors PHIl.ADF.l.lMIl A. ! r-Kk-K M OO. 11., On til uiTt' a Ueane Steam Pumps, Slliirr FEED LUBRICATORS. Lr:i:ir,'f every on" perl-vl tw.-n:y il inei. to r- .v:U -e;nl C ;,ie prirties. Dekre's Block, Moline,Ill. Telcpnone 2o57. Safety Heating Bniler. and Oontrac tors Tor furnishing and Laying Water, Gas and S-we-r Pipe. 1712 First Avk., Rock Island, Illinois. Telephone 1148. KtMdrnce Telephone 1ft" -FALL '80.- -WINTER '87.- HOPPE, e TAILOR, (successor to and late Cutter fur I. I.iberiuan.) i8o Second Ave, Rock Island. FINE WOOLENS, CLOTHS, Worsteds, London CASSIMERES, Suiting and Trouserings. O. E. MILES Ensrayer 01 fool EXECUTES CUTS OK n.iildinrrs. Machinery. Por traits, Animals, &c. Also Electrotype Plates furni'-hed to any inimbei. Oflif e and Kedencp rear of 'hrietlan t:bapel. Brady t rf t-l. tM't weeu 4la and 5lh, DAVENPORT I A y w. Ross, ARCHITECT! Superintendent of Buildings, Eidridge llhfk. Cor. 3-! and Perry Sts., DATES P0 at, IOWA. A Hold Outrage. St I.orts. Pec ft. A most boll and brutal outrag was committed m city Tuesday afternoon in broad daylight, Mrs. I John W. Ciuttiug was alone in the house ( her husband, No. 4:kVS IVnusylvania avenue, when two men of disnputabl appearance drove to tho d. tor and asked for ndimssion. 1 lie lad v suspects 1 n H hing and a Ho we, 1 1 1 icm to euter, when tl'y overiionere.1 her, find, thrnalemng her bl, carried her from tut house, placed her in the buggv, v.hieh wa fttJindmg at the curb, and dro e to a seeh;d d ia-e in the MiutUern suburks oi !!. e;ty and re(n .dd!y outrag-! her. Kiulins In lullhif LK'BL'N, Dec. ft. -The Catut.'.ics of Liigaa pai aaeU 1 uesday evening in Honor oi un tie , quittul ut the persons arrest e.l during the noting at Migo. the ttrangemen i.--riT-.t the deukrfi stint ion and altai kel th.e pr-uv--1- sionists. S'Ve.al hour of rioting eiti.' i during which. tick and st-.nies an! e.'i,. r unfiles were irwly u j 1. tt-v-'iver-; w.-r-i alfl ttiei nt freuii'Mit mt'Tvalv Tit' fihtoig CJiitiuunl all night, but wa; iinally sup ! piiited by the dragoons. A score of. p r-...; were wow; ted and several houses wv-.-i t M ainiitg the Civro inent. Ul-Bl.tN, lec, ft. The Ibv. Vr. WxUU, archbiihop ot Dublin, in a letter pnMiiel Welnesuay, warns tho govo-nniei'f of t':e iliflieiittie, which are a! ready ap::i!lr:4 a-i which will b. innuensely inerea-e,i it it !!'- ns in its at rempt fo convict ptL-oner-s Uy pl -k-l or pSi'Kttl jarie was iwnii 'loo in Shgo an1, oth-r places S. T. WATKINS, (nticce6or to WATKINS t HILL,) Dealer la Dry and Green Wood. I Will also attend ti TJaaJn.g of all cinda Oftlce at vam, fomer of 27th street on Molh' aventw. TeiephoiiC i0. w i oruens may left at either place. be oct-2e-dtf Kxditiirrnor Crohwell 1M. Adkian, Mich., IVe. ft . Kx-iovernrt Charles M. Croswell, prominent m Michigan politics for thirty years, ia dangerously ill. tie was taken sick on the ?tb ulL He ha. I just return e-i from a two weeks' trip through the west in the interest of the Missour i IVtc-iik-railway. lie Has Jtoen There. City of Mexico, Dec. V. Sir Sienc!r St. j John, IVitish minister to Mexico, reiteraUti I Tuesday night to a reporter toe statement made in his book upon Hayti, coinvrning the prevalence of cannibalism i:i th i coua ti y. He was formerly minister trt Ilayti a?;d tpeaks Irom peraonal kuowk-de ot ti lact Murdered Her iiahe. Fort IScott, Kati. Iec. Monlay mora ing, while it: a t: of tmjhrHry in-.:i'Ut1', Mrs. Anna S- ttlers, living at I uH'n, mar .leied her l-motb-old baby loy. Hi ? ouiy ri-avm he gives lor th horrible drod is tnat tt would the beet thing lor the child. "Largest and most complete stock at the Lowest Prirrs. Particular Attention given to Good Work. J. T.DIXON, MERCHANT TAILOR, And Dealei in Mens' Fine Woolens, 1 706 Second avenue. Men Think they know all about Mustang Lin iment Few do. Not to know is not to have. Public Hotlc. Anyone having business with the Aru8 office after 6 p. m. (to the event that the office is closed) wUl please call at WiN mans & Gait's news tand in the postoffice building, who are authorized to transact business of ctctt nature for the AJtorje. llartjnift of LaiiMlotrne l!l. a. I v. Th? mirquis of Lnns ovti'Hor g-neral of Canada is, quite THE MARKETS. ClIH AC.O. I-e. . lo:rd of ira-!--1 J-d iv the q no tat o is Io;l Wheat -No. 2 lecemlir. '." . t Ht Tii'je: January. ep,ned Kfd 77V"; February, opened "SV. s-. Com --No. - lK."Cemler. oinrned -IoMtl noniinnl; January opened .iVse. eloe 1 o'.c ar-kil: Ffhruary. opened on?. elosed a:.'. Oiits- No. - IeceintKr, tiviu'd and c'o .l LlrHt ; .bmuary. opened iVvh"". elosed -e a-ked; May. opened Klc, cled ;ilc bid. i'-ck -DereinKT, oiH'Ued H.7-H nominal, t lo-ed H. tkl; January, oH'neil SUMt'i, eloped ri.u: IVhruary, oj encd gll.Ui, hseii jil.oa a.-.ked. iird -1 eeniber, ojt n.sl $i.t' noniinal, i -e t Ht. Live 'y.-i ( lie folltiwiii'i prices wer.; re iorie-1 troni tlie 1'ni'M Mock yards to-day: Ho----Market iii".:ied fairly aetive. and iitkt- sle.tl a:id uneha'ited; b-ld uni tes. V.4-"-i.l,t; rti'i.'ii t-h. kiii, hvavj pa. Lmuand MitreiM. loi-. 4-i.s:,-M.-:-V Caltb- - Vark-t n -:.k. lt .d le- barely st- a Iv i-ivt riiinin-ei io.-r; hri-tma- heeve -, i-' H L-.i t.t-, i.o-.r t l.'iie v rliirpin- seer-. t1-1' ' 4..:.: native hnteiier Mo -k. I.X r.m.;s? -k eat:!e. ;t.. ui. j-hei-St.atlv nn-i poor ti le-.t native. .-Ht-.' 4-'' I:-.!)!1'-, s-4 ll i I'.y.Z-K we.-tern shtep, i.-V. 1 r.-bif-: luttT- Fan. y ereaimfry, -4-it kt L-'.'ri d:urv. Is-::.1L; packing II:; I I'.-.vs My fresh, 'le i i(e-iie;j-e. Itte-ed poultry- hi. k en -. : i-r lit, dut k- ant ee. 5 i-V; turk t- s; iVdaio----liurhanks 44'-Ht ivr hi ...iti.ik; i:i,!v lbrM:!s..'Cc: Ile.iiHy et Hl I' ii.-ii i . Appit-; -Fir tc pa d shipping. ;l i ... ''..( p-r t ub New York. Nkw Vmmk. Ikc. . W he,.t --N- I led M.-.t n-: No. -'b', .Sc. z retl winter .U'lnsry. H'04,-; Februaty !'. . Cwru- No. - inveileah, 41::: January 1. . H:o.-- -o. 1 wl.it i .-tale, 4te; No. - di. K'.e I'lni ;o:d nomiiud. lVirl- .. -::.Mi;d. I'eiU l irni; new !e-.. $11. ti , i I-io) iti.;i. ember: 5' V1. Jnuary St. Lou it. ST. l-ocis. Mo., Dec. S. leai-rn--nlel find ea--ier, cU-ins eaiv No. -J red a h. Vy, Jantiry, 'Ijc; Feb rnarv. s.e i i; Mav. KTwXlfcr. Corn-Weak No. 'J ini.-d eash. .-V'; Febrnnry, ItVV' bid .'aitiiHrv. ;;-v a-ke l: May. . i.itt-l reji.i ir. No. 2 mixed eash. W.t:2e; Fel iu:ir. -K !'!d: Alav, ai Kye Nady; hisi.v-I.U l'ork-Steady; JI!.iJ. Uo.i L;t. V'.'U letroit. 1ETKIT, I e" . 8. Wheat No. 1 white cash, W'-w ; cash Mi. hi Clin red. Si l.i : No. I ie I, MU bid ( a"h and th-ct'Miln'r. ."- bid January; 8"ifi bid Feh- rua'-v: M " Nf iy. Com - :-llfc anil neminaV (a--N". "-. 'V bid; No. 2 white. Mv asko-L Milwaukee. ttI.WrKEE, Wis., Pee. 8. Win ;M UVi';; cash, 7..V ; January. 7it Si1--?. Corn his:er; No, 2, 'c. Cat - hull: N't- 2. ai'ie- UveStea;i-; No. 1. i'.' . IWH y-Ii.il; No. ", Toledo. Tti.ED ,Ohl t. Ihtc. f. H lea .V live brtf easier cah, M'ic; Janu b.' i -: M.iv. s:. Corn Ir and dii:. ;: i :;-;) ..-. : Mav, 4'lic. Oats steady i a.h. 21c. C; oer K-el-Steat; mh. ?4. Jaii-'-Hi-y, February. f4.72l-j. ROCK I? LAND Oat 30c H iT-Tim.iUij 10 00. bay-Wild fii-WK Corn--tUd 43c: New 0c. Potioeiu-Ci40c. Oiiions tr. Orml Soft l0c:haid SS.So CordWooJ-$4.t. Straw -f5.03. fa. McEmry, CbMH Hall Boxes. Tlip. finest mail and nftTior bor evpr in ; vented is for b at the Argus office at i Attorney at law, loans money on gooa tJi low nrice of i earh, Th flame hoi I secantv. makes collections. Keference, iasoldeverTwhereat$1.50. Call and ex- i Mitchell & Lynde, banker s, OHce in tmine them. PMt offlce oclE o ZD z o o a O O -a o .5 O t3 T I have just received my fiisl ii:stallni'iit of my Fornipn imi jil:itioi!S f FINE WOOLENS, FALL AND WINTER WEAK. And extend a cordial invitation to my ratr 1,8 for an insp"011 of the same. "ery tinest woik, Lowest pi ices, and ppifcet tit guaianteed. J. B. ZIMMER, No. 1810 Second Avenue. Hock Island, III. tz PATRONIZE W- P. Tindall's SALE AND FEED Livery Stable, lllia ami 1015 Tl.irtl avenue, ROCK ISLAND, ILL. First-Class Tnrn-Outs. JOHN T. NOFTSKEE. Twenty Fifth AKMUAL Lliillillij OiT cyE DAVID DON'S, To make room bv January for our large stock of lUifrifferators, I offer over 200 Heating Stoves for soft or hard coal, all sizes ani siylesat from $5 to flO; 200 second hand stoves, such as Brilliants, Climaxes, Victorias, Radiant Homes and Crown Jewels, For from to $ir, ail in good order. Now is the time to buy a cheap stove David Don, U'17 iWo'id Avrme, lock Island