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Rock Island "Daily Argus.
VOL XOV. NO, 46. UOCK ISLAND, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 14. 1886. PB1CE FIVE CENTS COMPETITION DEFIED. PRICES WARRANTED -to be 20 to 30 per cent cheaper at the HARPER HOUSE DRUG STORE Than at any other Diug store ia Western Illinois. Not odIv on - Medicines lint on all Standard Drugs, Fancy Goods and Mis cellaneous articles. Read the cut rates: . l'aient Pozzoni's Powder. . Wright's Estrac's. . Warner's Safe Cure . Alhlopborous ...... Pond's Extracts ... Hushand's Magnesia Nichols' Bark and Iron Kennedy's l'riri Weed . Mrs. Allen's Hair Restorir. Seller s Cousri Syrup Shaker' Extract Simmons Regulator Smith's Tonic .30 Sail Mnacalille 9 .25 Milk Magnesia 33 .SO Pierce's Favorite Prescription 70 . 72 Pierce's Discovery 7i I .32 Trask's Magnetic Ointment 10 .65 Hamburg Drops 30 .20 Hamburg Breast Tea 13 .38 Bucklin's Arnica Salve 13 .TO Electric Bitters 33 ,7U King's New Discovery 63 .90 Chamberlain's Counh Remedy 30 .18 " Eye and Skin Ointment. .15 .45 ' Colic and Cholera Rem. ,15 .70 California Svrup Figs 85 .70 PRESCRIPTIONS- Onr Pn -rri(ition department l twk.I with the parast and lfci g nxt in the market an.t all presrrtpliotti :irt-rumtiouutld by t'xperieDOol aifl r. litbi- pliarnttici.ts. Prices are guaranteed to b lower ly 5U ptr cent toauelstwhrre. MAItMIAI.L A F1MIKK. Prop't!1 Seeuntl Avt-nut and N nivtoentll St., hm-k Island. f CREW QAtntifi CRPRICESj! SPECIAL III NATUflAL FRUIT FLAVORS MOST PERFECT MADE Prppnml wllh strict rocnrtl to PtiritY, Rtrenirt h nrwl H-:iihriilii-ss. lr. lVitv'p Hiking Powder -t.nfiiii no Aiiunoiitti-Lniir.Atiiin or I'fio: )-"tt.-s. lr. i'l i.-t-'s Extracts, VamLla. lxtuuii. t-u. Ikivor ilMh-iuitoly. PIKE BAKING PCWDCft CO. Chicago and St. Low. HALF-CENT A WOKH. Second Avenue X corner of j S Eighteenth StyO' XX? X w s4JJ s comparison in our j s yv s liue of Hats aud NWsi Furnishing GootLa general.: Thh Ahgcs hereafter will nublinh in this col umn all a iverin-i-mt iitf of I.nM. found. For Rent For Sale, Rorl or Khis, WariU'rt. and similar noticvn, at the low ruu- m one-rati f a cnt a word. mrh tit'tire a woni, but im advcrtifeiuent lews trittii ten cents. 71'ER CENT MORTGAGES in proved Iowa Farm. Security 3 to 5 times the loan, ami iiitnn-cted in ea;n cac. Completed loan always? on hand for sk Sizes of loam 5200 to $10,000. Time uf loan 5 years. Only ctiotK-tet loam handled. References aud details ivtn ou iijiplicatioD either iu person or letter. U. M. HENLEY, Attorney at Law. 314 Main St., Davenport, Iowa. Slothing .mpormm, 115 and 117 AVest 2nd St., DAVENPORT, IA. T have now onened the most complete stock of FINE CLOTH ING and GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS that was ever shown in this market, and GUARANTEE PRICES against all other dealers. Robert Krause. I have also opened a Special Department for closing out Odds and Ends, wherein you can find good wearing goods for Won TWa and I'Miildren. in all sizes. All these eoods are re- - ) 'j ' Wd nne-fniirth to one-half of the original inc, and marked in plain figures. Blankets, Blankets, Blankets, IN ENDLESS VARIETY. DAVIS & CO., PLUMBERS AND Steam Fitters. A corupk'tt (tcli of 1'ipe, Brass Goods, Packing, Hose, Fire Brick, tc. Dkkre'b Block, Moline,IU. Telepbone -SoU- arr.-nu (or Deane Steam Pumps, SIGHT FEED LUBRICATORS, Weguarautef vry one perfect, anil will Bond Cups, twenty da r' triel, tu rusiNJUnible parties. Safety Heating Boilers, and Contrac tors for furnishing and Laying Water, Gas and Sewer Pipe. 1712 First Ave., Rock Island, Illinois. Teleuhoae 1148. B ftidence Telephone 1011 CONGRESSIONAL WORK. NUMBER OF BILLS AND RESOLU TIONS INTRODUCED. UOK KENT FUKNISHED ROOMS wilh or wunom l'ojiu, i nird itvfiiiie. opiwe te c.mrt hoiiM-. I. STOCKWEL1.. Ranted bU- man ro ti ailv wurk, AT ONCE A KELIA 11 rl.oue nureery block; (jfioti initiii' frtT. JA. K. WHITNEV. iirM-rviiiaii. Rk ht-cU-r. N. Y. Wasted. fouk good ener Cftu mt ii to rttnv:i-(; for . ftm- line of Hull lav trl quiri'il. LS-lm iay to rn:lit mrn: ri'fercncc . r. ir. w r. rsLi, Miina:?f r. 110 Mam St.. Davenport, la IOR SALE, SIXTY LOTS IN MY AD- ilitioiis .o Hie i it y of Rock U'land on lonr ycar- y utyiDL'iit, with interot at six ir rent p-r an- Maverick National Bank, BOSTON, MASS. Capital - - - $400,000 Surplus - - - 400,000 Ac ..nuts of flank?, Hankers and I'orpojaiione on tied. Our fa iliiH's for COLLECTIONS are excellent ud. we re-discount for Uauka whin balancew warrant it. linsnni ic a Re-erve ( ltf. anl naianct'ts witn ni fmiii tiik tnul located iu other Kcftrye cities) nut n roerve. A t- dra our own Kxchune on London and the iif.inT.t, and make Cah e transfers and place mev hv tcl i:raih tlmmybout the l uited SStaU-n ami t anada. vernnit nt Bone tKujrht and to:d. and fcx- ctiaiiivf in Wui-hmglon made for Baiikt without lr charge. We tme a market (or prima first-class Invetd n. iit Seciiniief. and invite inpoaif f rom States, oftitte? uini i"itn-s i h n iruine bunds. We do a enteral liaiiking hutiuess, aud iuvtte A Kational Competitive Drill Arranged Official Cliang Since March. 1885 Tatvnt Decision Rendered Louis K. Chnrch dominated for Governor of Dakota Other Nominations. "Washington City, Dec. 14, In the sen ate, Monday, Morrill presented the creden tials of Senator Edmunds for the full term commencing the 4th of March next; tiled. The following biHs among others were intro duced and referred: By Ctillom, to amend the revised statutes relative to the immedi ate transportation of bonded goods; also to revise the rates of wages of certain em ployes in the government printing office; by Bowen, providing a new basts for the circu lation of national banks; (This is practically the same bill introduced last session.) by Morrill, instructing the committee on finance to examine as to the expediency of some practical measure for maintaining national banks without additional cost to the government; referred. The senate then resumed consideration of Morrill's resolution declaring it impractic able to make a proper revision of the tariff at the present session, and Dawes took the floor. He reviewed existing law and said he had yet to see the man who would not favor placing on the free list such raw materials as were not produced in this country. In the house, Monday, under the call of states, the following bills and resolutions were introduced aud referred: By Oales of Alabama, to prohibit the ap i (Ointment of concr. ssioual committees to attend funerals; and to prohibit the draping of public buildings in mourning, except by order of the president. Also authorizing the appointment of clerks to senators and repre sentatives who are not chairmen of commit tees. By Lawler of Illinois, resolutions reciting that the rapidly accumulating surplus in the treasury is in excess of the needs of the gov ernment for its support and the discharge of the bonded debt; that the coast defenses are inadequate to protect the lake and sea coast cities, and that nearly 5,000, W0 men are un employed and declaring it to be the sense of the house that a large proportion of the sur plus in the treasury should be expended through liberal appropriations for repairing and properly equipping the coast defenses and for the construction of ships. A NATIONAL DRILL. EVizea Aggregating ?6.000 Offered to Successful Competitors. Washington City. Dec. 14. Citizens of Washington having subscribed a guarantee fund of $i0,0o0 to insure payment of prizes ana expenditures for a national drill and en camp merit, the executive committee now gives notice that such drill and encampment w ill begin in ashmgton on the - Jd oi May. iv, and will end on Decoration day, May M). The entries will be opened to the regu lar armv and organizad volunteer militia of the United States for competition as regi ments, battalions, or companies in infantry. artillery, cavalry, and zouave tactics, and also to regularly organised corps of cadets from military or university schools. Ibe prizes ofTen-d competitors aggregate $J6,5iO, of which ? 10,500 will bo distributed among the five lest conianies of infantry as fol lows: First prize, $5,000; second. 2,fj00 third. $1,500; fourth, tl,000; fifth, $500. THE NEWS IN BRIEF. James W. Sykes has been expelled from the Chicago board of trade for issuing fraud ulent warehouse receipts. '.Treasurer Jordan asks for an appropi-ia- tion of 3U,O0t) to pay for recoining ;G(000,- 000 in subsidary silver and nickel. The rents being paid by Irish farmers to the trustees of the National league have come in so rapidly that 50,000 will Boon be on hand. t3. (truing Judd , postmaster of Chicago, having undergone a delicate surgical opera tion, is said to be on the highway to sound health. The legislators of the Seminole Indians re cently passed a law punishing stealing by fifty In-hes for the first offense, and hanging for the fourt h. Matthews, the colored recorder a Wash ington, is receiving feoslzat the rate of $&, 0(H) per annum throucu the activity iu real estate in the district. Tht Minnesota & Northwestern road is at present boycotted by the jobbers and millers of Mimicairolis, because it is too much of a iyt. Paul institution. The propeller Lawrence, during a fog Sun- lay morning, went on the rocks near North poi:it, iu Lake Michigan, fehe is valued at f:jf,o, aud is loaded with lumlter from Che boygan. Among the western pioneers whose death are reported are W. Met. W ads worth, oi Dixon, Ills. ; Ixl&c Tibbott, the first settler in ioble county, Indiana, and Edgar M. Boul ton, of West Galena, Ills. The jaiprenw court of Texas, in deciding that Foil Davis is the legal county seat oi PresUio comity, rendered void $100,000 in bonds given to the contractors for the court house, soiik' of which were last week sold at par. Th-- clearings of the Chicago banks for the tost ttvt were ii,t0,-t 7. a gain of $',,00u. 00) over tue saint- week last year, lhe pew Y(i k 1 ani.s r'iMrt, a decrease of over $J,000,- ooo in tboir resti ve, the sun!us now being $l.0S),.V0. Five Harvard stu leuta of the highest so cial standni ' wrecked tle furniture in a boardm ' hous at Cambridge last Sunday evening. President the caused three cl them to Im dimiss.l and the others sus pended for a year. b. C. Hill, residing in bdgewood, a su burb of Pittsburg, secreted $5,000 in currency in his house, the banks being closed for the day. During Friday night his daughter went down to the dimuc-room to secure re lief for an aching tooth. Mr. Hill heard her footsteps, mistook Iht figure for a burglar, and shot her in the neck. Jav Gould gives a positive denial to all r timers respecting the consolidation of the Western Union aud Baltimore & Ohio Tele graph companies, or negotiations for an in crease of tolls. The Baltimore comiany has reduced the rate for night messages to It' cents. Mr. Gould says the high prices once p! evading will never be restored. The Gate City guard, of Atlanta, the most famous volunteer company in the southern states, has closed a contract with a steam ship company for transportation to Ant werp. Theme the command intends tc make a bmr f the continent, including march across the Alps from Switzerland into Italy. Eighty members will probably take the trip. Governor and Mrs. Gordon have Iweu itivited to accompany the organi- zai ton. Goblet Reconstruct the French Cabinet. Paris, Dec 14 M. Goblet has finished tho forui;itnm of the new ministry, which it I Commanders of regiments, batalions, and- announced as follows; Ml Goblet, president I MALARIA. "If people could only know what a eplendid medicine Simmons Liver Regulator is tnere would bemauy a phy sician without a patiunt and many an interminable doc tor bill saved. 1 consider 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 t lie skillful 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 ms, and it in the only thing that ever did me any good. I persevered in its use, and 1 am now in per fect health. I know the medicine cured me, and I always keep it as a reliable 'standby' in my family." Kespectlully, Mrs. M aky IJay, Cr.mi!i"n,'Atn. ONLY CENUINE batt our letter Z tamp in red on front of w riyfT. J. H. ZEILIN & CO., Sole Proprletori. PIIU.ADEI.PHI A. PA. PKK'E 1.0. LfluViAX COOK STOVES I RADIANT HOME HARD COAL STOVES, AT- WILLARD BAKER & CO.'S, Opposite Harper House Rock Island, Illinois. '.iTCHumdt'iice, ASA P .TitS. W. WUKK, fas-hr net (iutlMiui POTTER, President. AUCTION AND COMMISSION W. H. LUNDY, AUCTIONEER WILL Attend tsales IH Ktmia CITY OB COUNTRY, at moderate cb&rge. or ReceiveConsignments and mat prompt return?. Iwond Atenon BOCK ISLAID ILL companies of all arms are invited to corre spond with the committee. 1. I. De 1-eon is the managing secretary. Nominated to the Senate. Washingtox CITY, Dec. 14. The presi dent Monday sent to the senate a large tatcb of nominations, some of which were recess appointments and others new. Among the most important were the following: Dabney H. Maurv of Virginia, to be minister to the republic of Colombia. Consuls: W. G. Al len of South t arohna, at Fiedras fJegras; A. A. Brown of New York, Clifton. Ont. ; John I tray ton of Sonth Carolina, Tuxiwi; H. A. Ehninger of New York, Cienfnegos; Leopold Moore of New York, Hull; O. E. Reiiuer of New York, Santiago De Cuba; L. (iebhard lleed of New York, Barbadoes; L. K. Church of Pakota, to be governor of Iakota. To be raited States district attorney: William B. Burnett of Ohio, for the southern dMrict of Ohio; (iustauu-i Van Hoorebeke of Illinois, for the southern district of Illinois. To be Cnited States marshal; Thomris W. Scott of Virginia, for the eastern dis net of Virginia. Bulbrd & Loosley, flKNRRAI. Insurance Agents. The old Fire nd Time-Tried coiOnie Re Ircfented LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID. ateailow -. an Ueliabk Company can aflon torn P.tror aire ic Soliciiei troar,- in Aren Block. FALL '86.- -WINTER '87.- HOPPE, the TAILOR, (successor to and late Cutter for I. Libermaii,) 1803 Second Ave., Rock Island. FINE WOOLENS, QLOTHS, CASSIMERES, Worsteds, London Suiting and Trouserings. (-Largest sod most complete stock at the 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 01 KXECUTKS CPT.-i OF Buildings, Machinery, Por traits, Animals, &c. Also Electkotypk Plates rurniHhed In any numWi. Mike anilU'-sMrnce n-ar of rhriliau Chbpel, Brady ftrtH-l, mtw?en -ILn and 5th, DAVENPORT I A J W. ROSS, ARCHITECT! Ann Superintendent of Buildings, Eldridirc Bl.wk. Or. 3d and ferry Sta., DaVENPOKT, IOWA. S. T. WATKINS, (Siicccewtr to WATKINS St. HILL,) Dealer in Dry aud Green Wood. Will alfiu attend to Uatilit.g of all Kinds Olttce at yrdt, corner of 37lh street on Molite avciiuH. Telephone Ho. 137; nrler may be left at either ylac octs-dtf Men Think they know all about Mustang Lie iment. Few do. Not to know is not to have. of the t ouncil and minister of the interior I and ad interim minister of foreign affairs; I M. Dauphin, minister of finance; Jft. Ber tholot. uiinister of instruction; M. Sarrien, minister of justice: (ien. Boulanger, minister I ot war; Admiral Aube, minister of marine; M. Uraii:t, mnustor of posts and telegraplis; I M. Iockroy, intnL'tter of commerce; M. Mil- i laud. miniUr of public work; M. D-Ville, I mnutei' of agriculture. A fr ive Million lo11ar Failure. Lorn-, Dt-c. 14. Information is ob-l tainetl from reliable sources that a petition in liatikruptry will he filed soon bv Uie firm I of Lark A: Ntns, cenerai merchant, of lion Ion. Tin liabilities vt the firm are under - sUxd to l-e a tritte under A'l.OW.O ). The Naturalization Laws. Washington City, Doc. H. A move ment in the direction of limiting the politi cal rights of newly-arrived immigrants. originating among naturalized citizens, if certainly unusual enough to attract wide atr tention. (en. Bragg, of Wisconsin, has re ceived a memorial from the German Aid ocietv. of Milwaukee, for an act so super ceding tlie laws of Wisconsin and some other states as to restrict the right to vow to lully naturalized ritiaens. The memorial says tlie tieople is still far fmm being a nation be cause tlie varied population has not had tinie to crystnlize. It therefore recommends a uniform law giving the .riyht to vote only to those who have been five yars in iht country. I'atent Decision Itendtred. Wakhinutok City, lec. 14. A decision was rendertnl bv tlm sinerior court of tin United States Mondar in th-3 patent case oi Robert Newton, appellant, against the Furst & Bradley Manufacturing company, in ap nenl from the linited States circuit court for tho Northern tlistrict of Illinois. This was a suit brought by Newton against the Furst Bradley company to recover for the alleged infringement of a reissued patent granted to him upon an improvement in gang plow: This court holds that under its previous decisions the reissued patent was invalid, as respects its first, claim, became it was not the same invention that was set forth in the original patent. Ouiuion by Justice BUtt h ford J Work of (he Official Ax. Washington Citt, Dec. 14. The official ax has, since March 4, IK', worked great slaughter, particularly anion" th collector- shite of customs and internal revenue, and, in fact, with all the appointments of the treasury department. There are just eighty five collectors of internal revenue in the United States, and of the eighty-five Repub licans woo filled them offices wbeu Cleve land was inaugurated but three remain to tell the tale The rate of mortality has beeu very large among the appraisers and their assistants as well. But two assistant Re publican treasurer are in office, and the employes at the various mints have also been well shaken up. Kit ton In a New Hphere. Washinotok City Dec. 14. Ex Civil tiervice Commissioner Dorman B. Eaton has launched out in an entirely new sphere, and is now advocating the consideration by the senate in open sesston of executive noninia tions as is proposed by Mr. Hatt's resolu tion. Monday every senator received from Mr. Eaton a pamphlet containing a series of convincing arguments as to why this metflo of considering nominations by the president should be adopted by the upper house. Attorney General Garian4's Brother Dies. Washihgtoh Citt, Dec 14. Attnri. General Garland received a telegram Mon day morning announcing the death of hii brother, Rufus K. Garland, at his home neai Prescott, Ark. Chm-rfc Secures th Plum. V ashinqton Crrr. Den. 14. The presi dnf Monday nominated Louis K. Church ol Dakota, to lie goreruor of Dakota. Machine oil and needles, at Taylor's. A Hortor'n Testimony. Loniiox, Dsv. 14 In theCamplell divorce I case Monday. Doctor Hicks, one of the wit nesses for the defense testified that n? had I examined Lady Campbell and found noevi- lencofher latlyships ever having hii a 1 miscarriage. THE MARKETS. Chicago. I)w. li On the It wrd of trade to-day thenuolalinns. were as Tolhiws: v heat o. - IeremtHr, I owned T7?hr, eloM'd c nominal: Janturv- opened TSV. rh fed 7tfC bid; February oiH'nei closed 78c bid. forn -No. : I li'-eniwr opened abc. closed nomi nal; Jiiuiiary. opened Ifct'i. cloed Fel'ru arv, oienel closed .5t-. Oats- Derenilu'r, opeiietl if4 closed vs'; January. nitcm-d -t.'r asketl. cloned Sue akei; ln dit-ni'd :'Tn, closed iln7fa. I'ork December 1 :tt-ned Jill '.Cl tioniinnl. closed $IU.KS nom;nal January. nenet fll 17. closed $11 Feb ruarv. opened closed $11,221 hid Lard - lecmler. opend and ckwwl Jft 10. Live stH k - Th Union stock yarJs report I the lullowinit mnce of prices: HoK-Mark 11 opened active, with cIhmch and Jtt-avy I lKvi- liicher: olhen rather eak; litfhll jjrndfH, .( io,(r4.t; rou:n iwkhir, he:iw pat kmc and stopping lots f.'vH-w 4.40 i'MU -MhiK"! siady and m runic: l-xes :(.4t;.i rhrtstmas t.S.A.:; cows. atockers. $-.HI-t ;UMI. Shcp Market I lull: Ml'i l"ic lower; common, $-.25i(rl.iM, cood $:i.2')ir)4.r). I'rouute: ltttr -ranry creumery, -iTtSflc I per lb: pHi.l d;iiiy. 17tU"'-': pavkins, 1 Htbi't Kirc- Sirn-My rte-h.i'ie per doz: lce-hou.3ic Dresset pmi 1 try ('hickens'VH'c perlh;dcks nnd ires.- Vyws-; tnrkeN. h,-. I'otntoc Bur l luiiiks, 4( .Vi.' p;-r bn on track; fc-arly Ku.'. 4v I it4H: licnntv of Hebron. 4i(TfJiU. Apples- 1-air 1 Ur goud -hipping, 1..j(j-..V per hbi. lurk. New. Nkw Yohk, Dec. Kl Wheat-No 1 red sta! ?, WVc; No. do. Wc. Nu. 2 ie-1 winter U'4c; do February, yi-tjc t'orn No mixed cah. 4.c; do January isi.r, ttat-No I wlnte state. No. 2 do 37Lsc. Kye- Du 1 nnd unchanged. Barley- Nominal I'ork -IMili; new mesa. J1UW3I 11. 5M. LHrd- HiH-emlwr. $t.4. JaniiHry. $0.45. St. 1 ouls. St. Louih. Mo.. Dec. 13. Whet-Weak; Nu. 2 rel cash. iTtf?; Januay. HH'- bid: Kebriiary. H2: MaM7 ft STV rrn - Ka.r; No. 2 mixed cah. I .laimnrv. ;Tv; rehniary, ;wJfc:J7c I Mhv, Si'nr; hid. OnlH-Nteady; 'o. t mixed I cash. ': .laiMury, iV; ahked; February I :tV bid;Mav. Mr bid Kye-KaRy: tt', bid Whisky-$l.M rork-Eny; .$11.23.. Lard- Easy. ).WljriM Iet.-it Dktroit. Dec. Wheat No t while cash. 0V; Mkhi can red. si V : N- - r- cash and liecem ler. HtU-hid. January, fCVi aske l. Febru ary: 44c: May. HW'n". Corn -HHVc. Oats-No 2, S'V; white. 3.-. 1 uleilo. Toledo. Ohio, Dec. 13. Wheat Quiet and steady; cash Hiic; Janu ary, K&wr, Jtfav, W.-j. CornFirmer, active I tafch. Mav. 4'iW. Oats Steady: cash L . Clover Heeil -steady: ta-h. $4.00 aakei Jr.-'aiy. ?f.'V Fehttiary. $4.70. Hjy Tiin-Hhy 3 ROCK ISLAND. oat-wtc JI0.00. Oil. Kve Mf.. Corn4Md 4.1c; New 40c. PoUWe 8240c. Obion 50c. Ool Soft 10c: had 4.90 Cord Wood - $4.10. Straw-$6.09. W- MeXalry, Attorney at law, loans money on good security, makes wl lections. Reference, I Mitchell & Lynde, banker's, Office in post office block c3 o o OS p- o O G2 c3 m o .5 ' U O in E J c u, - o HIGHLY IMPOETANT TO I liave just received my first iiiBtallment of my Foreign importations of FINE WOOLENS, FALL AND WINTER WEAR, And extend a cordial invitaliou to my patrons for an inspection of tli same. Very finest work, Lowest prices, and perfect fit guaranteed. J. 13. ZIMMBK, No. 1810 Second Avenue. Rock Island, 111. 5 ! tn H ' ' if Gloves! Gloves! For all kinds of Glows and inspect Mi'.tens call and ! Si";n Bie Glove. BENNETT'S STOCK Over .r00 different styles, warranted to fit and will not rip; gloves for everybody, and no shoddy. Gloves cul to onler and repaired. SE0RGE BENNETT, So. 1005 Second avenue, Rock Island. JOHN T. NOFTSKER. Twenty ANNUAL C Fifth M OUT. SAL OF .AP DAYID DON'S, To make loom by January for our large stock of Ilefrigeratuis, I oirer over 200 Heating Stoves for soft or liard coal, all sizes and st3 lesat from $5 to $40; '200 second band stoves, such as Brilliants, Climaxes, Victorias, Radiant .Uoines and Crown Jewels, For from $:$ to $15, all in good order. Now is tlie time to buy a cheap stove. David Don, If 17 $rvnt. Rock Island V 4