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Rock island Daily Argus.
VOL. XXXV. NO. 41. KOCK ISLAND, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11. 1S86. PRICE FIVE CENTS COMPETITION DEFIED. PRICES WARRANTED to be 20 to 30 per cent cheaper at the HARPER HOUSE DRUG STORE Thn at any other Dru store ia Western Illinois. Not. only on Patent Medici lien but ou all Standard Drugs. Faniy Goods and Mi6 rellaneous articles. Head the cut rates: Pnzzoai'a Powder . . A $ Wright' Jjrtrac'a Warnert Sale Cure Atblophorous Pond's Extracts , Hunt's Romedv Ransoms HiveSvrup Husband's Magnesia Nicbola' Bark and Iron 70 Kennedy's Prairie Weed TO Mrs. Allen's Hair Restorer 90 Seller's Cough Syrup 18 Shaker Extract .45 Bimrnoos Regulator TO Hmith's Tonic 70 PRESCRIPTIONS- Our rnserii'tion department Is stocked with (he purest and beat Roods m the market and alt prescript ions arc compornidrd by experienced and rvliahle pharinariHU. Ibices art euranteed to be lower by 50 per cant than elsewhere. IIAIfWALL MSHMt. JTop Is Hecond Avenue and Nineteenth M., Rock land. Sail Mascalille $ -?0 Milk Magnesia S3 Pierce's favorite Prescription 70 Pierce's Discovery.. 70 Trask's Magnetic Ointment 10 Hamburg Drops 30 Hamburg Breast Tea 13 Rucklin's Arnica Salve 13 Kleclrie. Bitters .33 King's New Discovery 63 Chamberlain's Couah Remedy 30 Eye and Skin Ointment. .15 Colic and Cholera Hem. ,15 California Syrup Fiys 35 Second Avenue corner of sss S Eighteenth St.VJj f 7 jiLQy comparison in our S Ji"e of HatS and Men'8 y Fnrnishiiig Goods generally.! Slothing Emporium 9 115 and 117 West Slid St., DAVENPORT, IA. I have now opened the most complete stock of FINE CLOTH ING and GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS that was ever shown in this market, and GULRA.2SrTEE PRICES against all other dealers. lobert Krause. I have also opened a Special Department for closing out Odds and Ends, wherein yon can rind good wearing goods for Mfln. Bovs and Children, in all sizes. All these goods are re duced one-fourth to one-half of the original price, and marked in plain figures. Blankets, Blankets, Blankets, IN ENDLBSS VARIETY. ISSN 1 (& I tomr'l; THE BILL AMENDED AND PASSED BY THE HOUSE. mm SPECIAL I jrMWM.FNfl 1 ni FLAVORS I MOST PERFECT MADE H.:iHhfiilns. 1p. ItIw'k ltr.kifu; J'owdft t-unt.-itti no Atiimuiu i.l.imi-.Alttm or I'luv ilnlen. Ir. I'rwVs Extract, Vanilla, Lemon, cU;-, flavor tlt-iici-mhlj. PRICE BAKING POWDOt CO. Chicago and St. Lank. HALF-CENT A W0BH. Tbe AbOU hereafter will tmbliph tn thin col umn alt advertisement of Lvt. Found. For Rent For Sale, Bord or Booms, Wanted, and similar notices, at the low rate of one half a cent a word ;ach figure a word, but do adveruae. mem lee than ten ceutu. PER CENT MORTGAGES Improved Iowa Farm-. Security 3 to 5 times the loan, and inspected in eaca case. Completed loans always on band for sale, Sizets of loan? $200 to f 10,000 Time of loans 5 years. Only choicest loam handled. References and details given on application either in person or letter. II. M. BENLEY, Attorney at Law. 214 Main St., Davenport, Iowa. Von SALE, OLD PAPEK8 IN ANY quantity at this office, cheap. Wanted at once a relia " ble man to acii rhoice nursery stotk: tood pay, ste any wort, outui' tree. .1 AS E. WHITNEY. 4-ltn If Ntirferymau, Ko heater. N. Y WANTED. FOUR GOOD ENER cetic men to canvass for a Boe line of Holi dayf;ood;s guvd pay to riu'ht int-n : re fertile. 'inireu. j. r. ie. w t. l, manager. j3-lm lit Main Jt. Davenport. Ta Provisions of the Bill The Day for the Meeting; of the Electoral College t'haugett to the Second Monday Id Janu ary Congresaionat Proceedings Re preaentAtive lowdney Dead Notes. Washington City. Dec. 11. The bill to regulate tbe counting of the electoral votes as been amended and passed by the house. pro villas that where there is but one turn or iwer purporting to be a return from a state, an i tho vote was regularly given and the credentials of tho electors are in due form and properly crtifitt by thn ex ecutive of the state and sustained by decis ion of the state court, tbe vote shall be counted, and u such vote shall be rejected. ben there ate two or more returns from a state an-1 uo tribunal of that state decided who are the legally appointed ele ett .-, the votes regularly given by the electors whose appointment shall have been duly certitied by the state executive in aeeordattCb with the laws of the state shall be counted, unluss the two houses acting separately shall concurrently decide that such votes are not lawful votes of the state, la case tbt-re is more than one return from state or opposing state authorities disagree in determining w hich set of electors of the state were elected, no electoral vote of the state shall be couuted unless the two bouses acting separately shall concurrently decide that one ol the opposing set of electors were duly appointed elect ?rs of the state, lhe bill requires that to lie conclusive, all judicial decisions in a state regard to its disputed electoral votes must be made at least six days before the time fixed for the meeting of the elec toral college, and the day for the meeting of the college is changed to the second Monday in January. In the Hayes-Tilden contest i!Seu;tor Ferry, the president ot t ho senate. announced the names of the pei sotLs elected president and vice president. In tlto Clevo- tand-Hlaine case Senator Edmunds, acting in the saini' capacity, did not state who was Jeeted, but announced "the state of tho vote" as a sufficient declaration of the per son elected. The house amended the senate ill o asto adopt Mr. Edmunds1 view of tbe t-titutional method of declaring the re- Milt. ?OK SALE, SIXTY LOTS IN MY AD- ditions o lhe city of Kor b Is'.and on fonr year ly payments, with interim aisix nerceni iht an uum U DAVENPORT. Maverick National Bank, BOSTON, MASS. Capital - - - fiOOMO Surplus - - - 400,000 Accounts of Batiks, Bankers and Corporal tone tfuitcitea. and we re-discount for Banks whi-n balances warrant it. Boston is a Reserve City, and biilanccs with u from Uauks tnot located m other Reserve cities count Bf rt-servc. u .. ,i.uu. .,u n Fri'hni.. m l.nnrlnn -iml th -'....ti..u,.t ..ml ni.iLo CTuhlo trHiirtft-rs and nlaif n:ont y by teit raph throughout the United Mate ano (. annua. ,m.l Wnrfa hrt.tht nml Hnlil null changes in Warhmgum inadt for Banks without extra cinirce, rot-nt Securities, and invitt- proposals from States t 'jut rtt ism ut.H 1 h hen i.Miiiri'' bonds. Wc do a ci-ncral Banking basiness, and iuvtte correspondence. ASA V POTTER, Tresidrnt. JOS. W. WORK, cashier. (H I 311 dwAtim IV C7 2i DAVIS & CO., PLUMBERS Steam Fitters. A complete stock of Piptf, Brass Goods, Packing, Hose, Fire Brick, tc. -Sole a entsfor- AUCTIUxN AND COMMISSION W. H. LUNDY, AUCTIONEER WULX Attend IS ales 1H BITBIB CITY OR COUNTRY, at moderate charges, or Receive Consignments and make prompt returns. Iftcond Avenna ROCK IBLASD ILL Buibrd & Loosley, GENERAL Insurance Agents. The old Fire and Time-Tried conrpaaiea Re presented LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID. lates rb low af no Reliable Company can afford Tour Patron a i -llciic IV-Ufttce tn Aran. Block. Dekbk'b Block, Moline,Ill. Talepbone aou. Deane Steam Pumps, SIGHT FEED LUBRICATORS, We gtiarant.te ovry one uerfect. and will sernl v:ui8. Iw.-uty d h trim, to renM)tnl0le panic. Safety Heating Boilers, and Contrac tors for funiraliing and Laying Water, Gas and Sewer Pipe. 1712 First Ave., Rock Island, Illinois. Telephone 1148. Rmidence Telephone 191 -FALL '86.- -WINTER '87.- HOPPE, e TAILOR, h (ouccessor to and late Cutter for I. Liberman,) 1803 Second Ave., Rock Island. FINE WOOLENS, CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, WorBteds, London Suiting and Trouserings. WLargest anil most complete stock at tbe Lowest Prices. Particular Attention given to Good Work. J. T. DIXON, MERCHANT TAILOR. And Dealei in Mens' Fine Woolens, 1 706 Second avenue." O. E. MILES Engrayer on Wood. EXECUTES CUTS OF Buildings, Machinery, Por traits, Animals, &c. Also Electrotype Plates furnished In any nomlMrt. Office and IiesioVnce rear of Christian ChHpel, Brady ptrecl, between 4th aiifl 5tn, DAVENPORT IA j w. Ross, ARCHITECT AND Superintendent of Buildings, Eldndgc Block. Cor. Sd and Perry Sis., D4VERP0RT, IOWA. S. T. WATKINS, (Socoeseor to WATKINS & HILL,) Dealer tn Dry and Green Wood, Will also attend to Hanlbig of all ainds Office at yard, corner of 57th street on Molicc avenue. Telephone No. 117 ; orders may be left at cither place. . oct-&dU Men Think they know all about Mustang Lin iment. Few do. Not to know not to bare. THE ELECTORAL COUNT. REPORT ON CROP VALUES. rrice Kt-duced for Wheat and Increased for Corn. Washington City, Dec. 11. Tlio crop report of the department of agriculture says; The December returns of average farm prices by counties show material reduc tion as J compared in values of the crops of lf5, m wheat, ryo and barley. Corn has made an advance nearlv equivalent to the iK-rceiitae. of reduction in quantity, and ua(s, in symiathv with corn rather than with the small grains used for human foud. averages a slightlv higher value than Last tar. The farm value of corn was rente per bushel in December last vear; it is now cents 1 cent higher than the crop I'M. The average for the previous five years was 44 7 cents, and for the ten years prior to lvi it was 4i.ficents. The average lecemher price of wheat is hv cents, a reduction of cents trom the aver age value of the last crop, and 41, centsabove the price in 1. The average value of oats is 20.! cents, against vS.5 cente last De4emK'r. Kve av erages Ki. 1 cents, against 5VJ cents last vear. Bark'v, 5: cents; last vear, 5tt.: cents. Buck wheat M.4 cents, a reduction of 1.5 cents per bush 1. Cungressional Ru slues. WAsnrsiT(N City, Dec. 11. The debate on the taritf began by Morrill in the senate Thursday continued all afternoon until ad journment. It was participated in by tnher man and Beck and will be continue.! by Pawes when the subject comes up again. Th senate adjourned until Monday. Most of Thursday afternoon was occupied by the house in deltab on tbe bill establish an agricultural department with a cam nit on n vr at its head, it w.ts opposed hy Tucker, Breckenridge, and other Iemocrats on the ground of unconstitutionality, ami advocated by Hatch, Henderson of Kansas, and v eaver of Iowa. At tho conclusion o! the detiate the sundry civil bill, which ap propriates 19.184,1 12, over flJ,nfH(HW less than. the estimates was completed, and the house adjourned. The chaplain in his prayer 1-iiday referred to the death of Representative TKiwdney, of New York, which occurred in that city Fri day morning, of appoplexv. He said Again this house has been stricken ly the hand of death, and another seat is made va cant. Console ami rami art the w iieano children thus rendered desdate, widowed and orphaneil. Be Thou the stay and cheer of them in this sudden and awful lwrave- ment.,? Immediatelv after the reading of the jour nal, Campbell of New York, announced witli sorrow and n'gret tliL death of bis late col league, and offered resolutions expressive ol tho regret with which tlie annoiun-ement of lhe death had heen received ly the house and providing for a joint committee of the senate and house to attend the funeral. J he resolutions were unanimously adapted, and as a mark of respect to the memory of the jeee-ased, the house at l;t ad r Mimed until baturday. Itanka Oranizod to Hckiii llusltu . W akhi NGTors City, D. U The wmp- troller of the eurrencv has authorized the following named banks to bagin business The Commercial National bank, of Shreve nort. La., with a capital of (KKMKHi. The tsteelton National bank, of Steeltoii, I'a. with a capital of f7ii.iK0. The First Na tiuiial Ijank, of Philltpshurg, Kan., with capital of M,KH. Thinks the Bill Will B FaMd. Washington City, Dec. II. Represent ative rays-Mi, of Illinois, w ho lias niaJ study of the subject of inter-stale commerce and a law regulating tlw tariff exacted by railroads, expressed the opinion that the bill agreed toby the conference Thursday be pas-ied at this session of congress beyom any ruasonable doubt, THE NEWS IN BRIEK The Ignited Labor party has already begun it3 sclieme of naturalizing voters for the spring election. Chokra is increasing in the Argentine towns. Oa Dec. 7 there were twenty-two deaths at Rosario. Mr. Stanley, the African explorer, was i veil a recrtiitun l hurst lay night ly tne Boston Press club. The shipments of iron -ore and pig iron from Escanaba, Mich., for the season of lSr-6 ag- reg.tfce l.-.Jl tons. fcsenatnr C. W. Jones, of Florida, was thrown from a carriage at Detroit, Thurs- iay, and severely injured. Washmi'ton dispatches imlu-atetliat tariff revision promises to become the leading ques tion this session of congress. Met ho list. miuist?is at Cincinnati propose that church members who attend operas having a !allet annex be discipline. The governor of Michigan has issued a supplementary and more peremptory procla mation mirir.uitinmg cattlo from Chicago UK Kfrpimrd & Co., iron and paper stock dealers ,it Boston, owe tf.4,i20, with about s assets: K,,'lt of the liabilities is se- iired. Thr election f Nicholas T. Kane to lhe Fittievh congress from the Albany N. Y.) diiti t:t will be csiit3stMt by Congressman Swinburne. Tie insolvent firm of J. V. I'halps & Co., of Milwauki-e, made a statement Thursday, shOAing liabilitie of tl,()-t.4S, with assets of Jf:4,Nij..Vl. Wai rants are said to have bjen issue 1 for th? arr.:st of Trenton (N. J.) alilermen. bnrgts ol bribery in connection with the letting of a ctmtract lor rubber hos?. lat'tk-'idt rg. Help & Sievcrs, general mel t hundise an 1 pioduce dealers at West Bend and Jat ksirti, Wis., have failed. The ibSt-U vt the firm atv estimated at f 34,0ft). Codl, in itnnit-nso uuanttties, is reported to have btH-ii discovered in Henderson and Smith counties, Texas. One vein, twenty feet thick, is but thirty feet below the sur face. , Pete Nolan, the pugilist, settled a quarrel with "Bill"' Jordan, a noted rough at Cincin nati, Wednestiiy night, by knocking him senseless in twenty seconds in a fight on the canal banks. A list of th assets of Carlton, Foster & Co., was tiled Thursday at Oshkosb, Wis. cremating $MU:0m). Creditors say they are not north over ?UVl0- The liabilities are placed at (2t,(HNi. A remarkable triple welding celebration tK"k place at Lancaster, Pa,, Monday even- Jtr. and Mrs. J. E. Creider celebrated the 6ftieth anniversary of their marriage, or golden wedding; their daughter (MrSL A. 1 Brandt) and her husband the twenty-ruth annrversarv of their wedding, wntie a son A Mr and Mrs. Brandt, Mr. W. C. Brandt, was m irne.1 to Miss Bertie Aiorignt, or Slavtown. STRUGGLING FOR SUPREMACY. MALARIA. "If people could only know what a Bplendid medicine Simmons Liver Regulator is there would be many a phy sician without a patient and many an interminable doc tor bill saved. 1 couf-ider it infallible in malarial infec- tion. 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 Bkillful hand of Dr. 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 the only thing that ever did me any good. I 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 eliable 'standby' in my family." Ke&peetlully, Mis. Makv Kay, CiitiMk-u, Alap ONLY CtNUINE has oar letter Z stamp In n-U tin f r"nl of w rapuvr. UMAX COOK STOVES! RADIANT HOME HARD COAL STOVES, -AT- WILLARD BAKER & CO.'S, Opposite Harper House Rock Island, Illinois. J. H. ZEILIN & CO., Sole Proprietors. PHILADELPHIA, ) lb Breach Between Trades I uioiis and Knight- of Labor Widening. Cou mius, Ohio, Dec. 11 The trades union conference met at !:30 Friday morn ing with I 'resident Mc Bride in the chair. The d- lt gates continued the discussion of then- ropective unions, and their relations to the KuigUU ot Labor. Some very serious ha i vi t he eyes ot the delegates, were adeagamtthe knights, and irom their mmilvr it is evident that a conference com mittee can never adjust the differences. The committee appointed to confer with Mr. Bow (Wily s (.onnmttee from the kuights, presented a written report. The report statetl that the Kuights of Labor committee d:d not hae full power to act, but could onlv adjust minor grievances and the com mittee asked for instructions. The report was accepted and tbe committee instructed to insist upon a settlement on the basis of the trades union treat'. It is evident that the breach leteen the two organiiiations is widening, and tlio work of tbe conference committee indicates that the differences will not lie aljusled. The feeling against tbe knights grows more bitter and open with every da's session of the trades unionists. The results of this convention will no doubt be a struggle for supremacy lietweeu the two organizations which will result in the sur vival of the fittest. The Government Building at ChrlMton. Washington City, Dec. 11. The house committee on public buildings and grounds Friday agreed to urgently recommend the passage of the bills for the construction of the government buildings at Charleston. S. C, damaged by earthquakes, and the con struction of a custom house at Eastport, Me. , tocostllOMKXt. Entitled to (Tompenaatlon. Washington Crrr, Dec. 1). The secre tary of war has decided that the Christian Brothers1 . college of St. Louis is entitled to $15,y00 for use of their building during tho war by United States troops. The" decision was made under the O'Neill bill which be came a law by act of the last congress. Ben Butler to (Support McNeill. Boston, Dec. II. Oen. Butler has an nounced bis Hipportof the McNeill Labor uuniciiml ticket. Public Hotlce. Anyone having business with the Amgus office after 6 p. m. (in the event that the office is' closed) will please call at WiB mans & Gait's news stand in the poet office building, who are authorized to transact business of every nature for the Arotjs. THE MARKETS- t Chicago. Dec. 10. On the lnwrd tit trade to-day the quotation 4 were as follows: Wheat No. 2 December, oitentd 7Sc; closed T.. nominal: January, opened 1-V, closed Tsc: February, opened closed1 TtMqo. Corn No. - Dceemlier, oiteued ei'-i.", closed .K!4i' nominal: January, opened 'X '''. closed aTWTn; February, olwtMfl ;ic. closerl ST'j&cV- Oatv No. 2 iH-ceinlM-r. opened '&pr- nnndnal, closed ''f, nominal: January, opened ti4C closed -'H'; M;iv. oiwiiej jJV'j.lHjc. closed JIc nnl. i or leieml"-r. oiKUiedHiid closed Jll.lH nominal, .lannary. tipeneJ closed $1! bid: Febnwty, I'pened ?ll 4t, dosed SJl.dT'-s bid Und -leteinler, opened and clesei '.I't Live stork -The follMwinir prices werp re- tMried fnau lhe Crii-.m sutrk yard to-day: Hugs Market opened a'tive. and ttrni; good to choii e 5.11. UV' hnrher, mixed 5c hiteher. and common lut um hauled: li iht grades. i.4-i 3.!5; rouuh puvkinm. ffjJtOijjiJ.A; lnavy park- inir and shipuia lots. K-'(t4.4y. t at tie- Market nrtive, i-hatle stronger; t'hristmss. tt.iMfiri.4t; leeves 4.5 1; cows. Jl.;Wj ;.lht: stockers. J.iNI'tXlW. hlieep-Slow; lower; pHr. S-.imtJ.7j; tnod to choice. t.-A VI 4.'.;.. I roibn t. hutter - rancy crameiy. T,r W, gKHl dairy. lSi.iJX; packing 1I!m-. Kgus-Strutly fresh. ..Ml- kt iioy.; ie-hvmse. 15lr. Dressed poult ry Chick ens. Sirtir ier lb; ducksand Keese. 5-tSc; turk- cvs, . Potatoes -hurlatks. 44'rMth per bu on track: Krtily K-x-, ;j-i,tc; Beauty ot il"U- roii, 44; 4tit. Apples-Fair lo KV.td sJilpptu, tl.'.tti!.."Kl'ei bid. New York. Nkw Vomk, Uee. 10. Wheat - No. 1 red Mat", W-V: No. - do. "s,l4" No. - red winter January, W-V Fetiruary. HJ-'V". Corn --No. 2 mixed cash. ITVic; .Iaiiiir.. 4SU.C ifatw-No. 1 whit state. !iJif;Uc-; No. t do, itc; No. 2 mixed De cember. M -. Rye -Bull; unchanged- Barle - Nominal Pork Dull; new mess, fll.jU ll.J.'t. Unl- fO.44 Deeeiniier; t.47 January. 8t. Louis. .ST. Lons, Ma. Dec. 10. Wheat Firmer; No. 2 red cash. 80r; Jan uary, HOV'.'lc; February. 34c; May. K. Corn i Firm; No. 2 mixed cash. Ilft51; January. .)',- t-id; r ehruary. Way, tiv tats Neady; No, 2 mixed cash. 2Sc; Feb ruarv, SV: Mav, 3Bic. Rye tronic; &4 Whisky Pork - Strong; ll.i7f,. Lard Firmer; a5itt.tW. Detroit. Dbthoit, De 10. Wiieat No. i white cash. Mc;cash Michigan red, KlVccash and December; Ktc bid Jan uary; Mc, Fehruary; W-ec May. C'orn- yi'hfi asked. Oats-No. 2. 'a4i:; No. white. ttitked. Milwaukee. MlLWAtTKRR, Wis.. Dec. 10. Wheat Weak; cash, 77c; January, 77Vir Mav, t4c. Corniteady; No. , 37c. Oati -guiet; io. 2,7c. Rye-Steady; No.1, Mc Barley Weak; No. !, Kific. Toledo. Toi.rno, Ohio, Dec. 10. Wheat- Firm and quiet; cash December, 814C; January. 83c; May. HWo. Corn iitealy dull; cash, ;VJv.-; May, 44c. Oats Xegler-ted Ciovci seed guift; cash, J4.i5; January, $4.9' ROCK ISLAND. Hy Tlni.iUiy-10.0U. Huy-Wild ftkOU. Kye r Corn uld 4-1c; New 40e. Potaioea 8a40c. OtdonK FrOc. . fkul KofLlocthiud 18.50 OordWood-$4.GO. Straw-16.09. - Ghaan Mail Baxaa The finest mail and paper box ever in vented is for sale at Um Aboub office at the low prion of f 1 each. The same box is sold everywhere u fl.oU. Call una ex-fmiMthen. Wm. Mcniry, Attorney at law, loans money on good security, makes collections. Reference, Mitchell & Lynde, banker's, (Office in cr3 o o u D2 O o CO 0 m 5 .5 ' u o 13 I o I - 4-1 U O Cm x be s o w I I H H o IK a 03 TO I have just received my lirst installment of my Foreign importations of FINE AVOOLENS, FALL AND WINTER WEAR, And extend a cordial invitation to my patrons for an inspectioo of the same. Very finest work, Lowest prices, and perfect fit guaranteed. J. B. ZIMMBE, No. 1810 Second Avenue. Rock Island, HI. fl' Sign Big Glove. Gloves Gloves! Fur all kinds of Gloves and Mi'.tens call and inspect BENNETT'S STOCK Over 500 different styles, warranted to fit and will not rip; gloves for everybody, and no shoddy. Gloves tut to order and repaired. GEORGE BENNETT, No. 105 Second avenue. Rock Island. JOHN T. NOFTSKER. Twenty ANNUAL CL Billlj Fifth OUT SALS OF A.T DAVID DON'S, To make room bv January for our large stock of Refrigerators, I offer over 200 Heating Stoves for soft or hard coal, all sizes and styles at from $5 I hand stoves, such as to $-10; 200 second Brilliants, Climaxes, ."Victorias, Radiant Homes and Crown Jewels, For from $3 to 115, all in good order. Now is the time to buy a cheap stove David Don, post omce block 1P17 SWih1 Avotini. Rock Island