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ftoci Island HE v.G. v'ifi VOLUME XXXIII NO 192. ROCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS WEDNESDAY. JUNE 10, 18S5. ESTABLISHED OCT. 18, 1851 THIS BEATS THEM ALL. ffe Lead; Let Tliose Mow lo lay. Starting Saturday, May 23, we will sell for two weeks only, the following named goods at these remarkable low prices: 250 Men's All Wool Suits 0nly .$5,95. These goods are the best quality of Cassiraeres, Worsted, etc., and are a!l the latest styles, which we have been selling at from $9,00 to $ 12,00. Remem ber we are selling these goods at 25 per cent less than other merchants have to pay for the same. 200 Men's Fine Suits, your Choice for $8,4.0. All calors, finest quality, latest styles, sold everywhere at from $10,00 to $15,00; your choice for two weeks only $9,40. Men's Best Middlesex Flannel Suits, $9. 15 Men s Seersucker Coats and Vests, 2.75 Other merchants charge $3,50 to $ 4,01) for the same, and all other goods in the same proportion . Remember this is uo advertising scheme, no damaged goods or bankrupt stuff, but simply done to give the people a grand opportunity to secure bargains such as they never had before. Call early and make selections as this grand sale will oniy continue two weeks. Kemember the place, TheGoldenEagle Clothing Store Post Office Block, Rock Island, Illinois. A. LOEB, Mang'r. HOMELESS HUNDREDS. THE OL0 S0LDIER'S MEM0,RS- THE MARKETS. EFFECT OF A CYCLONE ON A WIS CONSIN VILLA JE. One Hundred Famllls (;-., and Kali Story That Suggest (Initiation Report! or Devastation from Several State La Chossk, Wis. June 10. A double cv clone, one from the southwest and another from the northwest, passed over the little town of V ictory. between La Crosse and Lansing, on the Mississippi, and ruined every dwelling. The storm lasted about thirty minutes. AH small buildings, trees, and shrubbery were scattered like dust. The darkness was intense, and the lightning played along the ground. Over 1 families are homeless. The people iook sneiter in cellars and thus saved their lives. Everything afloat alom the levee was sunk by the combined rain and wind. Reports come from Spring valley tbat hail stones weighing a pound and measuring fifteen inches in diameter were r icked up in the streets. They were disc-shaped. The village of Lodi lost 3,000 panes of glass from halftones. The ground there was covered about four inches deep with hailstones aver aging two inches in diameter. Dispatches from Prairie du Sac, Monasha, Lake Mills, and adjoining towns, show tremendous lossos from the storm. Madison, Wis., June 10. The norm in this section Sunday afternoon was particu larly severe at Lodi and Prairie du Sac, in Saulk county, in the towns of Westport, Dane, n indsor, Mazomanie, Berry, Sprin field, Burke, Sun Prairie, and Medina Dane county, and Sullivan, in Jefferson county. The lelt of di:.atar was ol irregular width, but generally from three to five miles. The storm was preceded by a roaring, ru hinj sound in the upper currents of the air, heard some five minutes before the greenish and yellow clouds burst Thon the earth was violently swept with wind, water, and hail for up wards of an hour. The wind's velocity was at times sixty miles per hour. The water fall was two and a half inches, and the hail stones were in manv places of remarkable size. Lodi suffered most from hail. After the storm the ground in that village was covered to a depth of about four inches with great hailstones, the majority of which were two inches in diameter, while tnou sands the size of goose-egs were to be seen. The villaze of Lodi lost .1.000 panes of win- dow-zlass. Chic aoo. June Reports from a num ber of rdaces in Illinois, Michigan and Wis- confin tell of damage inflicted by bail nni wind, but so far no loss of life is reported. Dubuque, Inwa, June 10. Sunday a cy clone with a heavy rain and hail storm struck ns at 11 p. m. from the we-.t The school-house was picked up and smashed to atoms. The St. Paul company's ware house, with 1,4)0 bushels of gram, wa blown over on the railroad track. Many" other buildings were mora or loss wrecked Go a. Grant's Book A few Selections from Iu New York, June 10. The papers are pub lishing copious extracts from Uen. tirant'i forthcoming work. The work is written is terse and vigorous style and is the per sonal memories of the writer from bis earliest remembrance to his return from his trip around the world. Gen. Grant ays, referring to bis origin: My family is American, and has been for generations, in an its Drancnea, direct ana collateral. Matthew Grant, the founder of the branch in America, of which I am a de scendant, reached Dorchester, Mass., in May. lbJ. In lbJ5 be moved to what is now Windsor. Conn., and was the surveyor of that colony for more than forty years. 1 am ol the eighth generation rrom Matt new Grant. In the fifth descending generation my great-grandfather, Noah Grant, and his younger brother, Solomon, held commissions in tue UngUsb army in l ioo, in tne war against the French and Indians. Both were killed that rear." writing or Ins west rolnture, uen. urant says: During my first year's encampment Gen. Scott visited West Point and reviewed the cadets. With his commanding figure, his quite colossal size and showy uniform, I mougnt mm tne nnest specimen ot manhood my eyes bad ever beneid, and the most to tie envied. 1 re garded Gen. Scott and Capt. C. F. Smith, tne commandant of cadets, as tne two men most to be envied by the nation. 1 was im patient to get on my uniform and see how it looked; besides probably wanting my scnoolinates particularly the girls to see me in iu lint the conceit was kuocked out of me. Soon after the arrival ot the suit I douned it and put off for Cincinnati on horseback. While 1 was riding along a street of that city, imagining that every one was looking at me with, a feeling akin to mine wnen I Itrst saw Gen. Scott, a little urcmn, Dare- headed, barefooted, with dirty and ragged pants bald up by a single gallus that's what susmnders were called tnen and a shirt that had not seen a washtubfor weeks turned to me and cried out: 'Soldier, will you work No, sir-ee; I'll fell my shirt tirst ' " He refers to his article in The Century and his remarks in it in regard to Gen. A. D. McCook, which caused so much public comment. He tells ot the long march of the day before over muddy r.iads by Gen. Mc Cook s division, of it s "conspicuous acts of gallantry" on the day of the battle, and concludes in these wrds: I refer to tbee circumstances with miu- ntenets because I did Gen. McCook an in justice in uiy article in Ttae Century, though not to the extent one would suppuse from the public pres I am not willing to do any one an injustice, ana, it convince! tnat i have done one, 1 am always willing to make toe fullest admission. Gen. Grant says tha battle of Shiloh wa' lost to the reVmls by the little woYd "if, and thinks the death of Johnson did not decide the fight; nor does he tliiuk Johnson would have done any ltter than Beauregard in the sulisenuent retreat on I uriutli. Accounts are given of Gcint's first sight of Lincoln and of the martyr president longing for some one in comman 1 of the armies wht would take the responsibility of action and leave him President Lincoln to furnish tin means called for. Chioaoo, June 9. The market quotations on tin boiri of trade to-day were as follows: Wheat Ja a June, and July, opened 89Jfo closed Wo; August, opened Ul?et ciueeu 7to. votu Ne. 2 June, opened 4tisc, closed July, opened 45)c, closed 46c; August opened 4oe, cloeea 4tHc Oats-No. i June, opened 34c, closed Mv. July, opened 33c, closed 33Vc; Augu.t, opened 28lc. Close.l .c. Iura uue, uimwu I10.A2X, closed $10.55; July, opened 10.6iJ, close! IlO.tt); August, openea tlO.tK!1, closed $10.70. Lard June, orjened $6.60, closed o.62W. 14ve stock in union stock yarns repon the following range of pnoes: nogs alar bat active and nnces nrm at xdiu advance. liirbt grades, $4.104.15; rough packing. ftAU.va.L20: heavy racking. 4.20a4.30. Cattle Active, 10c higher; shipping, K &C5; butchers, $S.SU(i?.xt; Texans, ca.'f.Kg 4SW; stockers, o.DU(ao" oneep oieaay shorn. $2.50(83.80; wooled, $3.90(4.60. Produce: Butter Best creamery, Voft l.We: fair to arood dairy. HutUc; packing tiiii.e ner lb. Eiies UtSllUc per dot Pota toes, 4J(j$.juc per du. rouiu-y Dprai chickens, $1.50(35.50 per doz. ; old hens 9c. and rooBteri, 5Xc per lb. Apples $3.50 4.50 per bbL Strawberries S1.UU pel 24-qt. case. new xora. Niw York, June ft Wheat Opened depressed and lower, subsequently ruled decidedly strongai and reacted lic, leading to a orisa uusi ness; No. 1 white, nominal; No. 3 red July, $1.011.04; do August. $1.03g l.Oo: do rseptemoer, i.uj?iri.uo?i : at November, $1.0S. Corn S)c higher anc moderately active: mixed western spot, 51 55c; futures, 53.Vic. Oate-KOK' higher; western, 40(44oc Provisions Beel steady; new extra, $U.50(gli00. Pork steady; new mess, it.aa(giii.w'; iaro nigber ana nrm; steam-renaerea, to.o,. St. Louis. St. Louis, June ft. Wheat Fairlr active and verv un settled, closing Visile under ye-terday; No. 2 red cash, $1.U4; July, $l.05J; August, $1.07. Corn Better, but very slow; cash, 44g;44c; June 44&C; July, 4;c bid; August. 4c. uats uiiii; casn ana June, 32Kc; July, asked. Rye Stronger; (He bid. vvnisky steady; 1.13. Provwionf Pork, firm; $11. Lard nominal. Milwaukee. Milwaukee, Wis., June V. Wheat Steady; Milwaukea No. 2, 88?ic July, 90VC; August, 'Mc Corn Nomi na!;Na'2, 47c Oats Q.iiet; No. 3, s4Jc. Kye Mimer; no. 1, one. barley nominal; no J, 4ye. Toledo. Toi.koo, Juao 9 Wheat Dull and steely; No. S red cash and June, '.14 a-ke.l; July, U5)c; August, Wijic; Soi teinuer, Sc; Na 2 soft. $1.UUW. tXru Dull but firm; No. 2 cash an-1 June, July, 4:ic bid; Augu-t, 4:i?ii uats- Nothing doing. CHICAGO. Opening. Closing. Seventh Annual Tournament OF THE- Stale IF1 OF lOWjft., At DavenDort. June 9. 10. II. & 12, 1885 I - $2,500 IN CASH PRIZES. .Prize, S-M 0(1 11) on visit nv TirraiiAY. jut Smth. 10 a. m. Annual meeting of the Iowa State Firemen's association, at Turner hall. BSCOKD DAT WEDNESDAY JUS 10TH. 10 s. m. Grand street parade of all the rom- psoies. Best sppearin g company l best " " 1:20 p m. trial or stbab isuines. (in time First, tlM 00; second, tui.fO; third, $37 5(1. On distanceFirst, $100.00; nfond, $Si.M: ttiird. $3V.50. TRIAL OF BAND KMfllNES. On disUnce First. $1).00 and state champion broom ; second. (100.00: third. $50 0(1 On lime First. $150 00; second, fino.00; third. $50.1)0. TRIAL OF B. A L. COHPASIES First prize. $100 00 and state belt; secosd, $T5,. 00; tntnl, $50.00. , . Ladder Climber First, 125.00; second, $15.00. Hand Engines-Sweeplteake $25.00. Juvenile Companies-First tH; Second $15. ADMISSION, P. LACY, President, Council Bluffs. TUIKII DAY THURSDAY, JUNE llTH. 10 a. 111. Trial of Hose Companies Tbat hare never made better time than 4H seconds First. tT5.(i: second. SHi.OO: third, $25 U0. That have never made better 1 imettian 40 seconds First, $75 On; second, STiO.00; third. fSJ.OO. !:2Cp. m. Trial of Hose Companies. First pri;:e. $125 0i and state belt; seconi $1(H1.U0; third. $75 00; fourth, S50.OO. Hose couplers -f irst, w; secona, ei:-ou. Best Drilled Company. First prize, $50.(10; second, $25.00. FOfRTU DAY Fltlt'AY. JFNE 12. . Ojien to the world Grand Sweepstakes Prizes. in a m. Best hnjk and ladder Co $ ISO 00 12:l d. mrJet hose con.uany . 150 (Kl Best Hand Engine Company 25 00 Juvenile Are companies, f irst yui; secona lc per mile for firemen and one and one-third fare tor visitors on all roads and apparatus free. Good hotel accommodations at most reasonable rates. 25 CENTS. P. W.MrMAXTS.Cor. Sec, Davenport. J. B. ZIMMER, MERCHANT TAILOR, -OF- FIFEWOOLEFS, is pleased to announce the completion of his Spring and Summer stock of Choice Suitings,-"Surpassing all former efforts." He solicits your attention to the above, and feelg satisfied that an examina tion will demonstrate to yon that your interest can be faithfully served. Particular and prompt attention will be given to all orders with which you may favor him Fit and Workmanship unexcelled. No. 1810 Second Avenue, Rock Island, 111. el-5-d!v . T 8. DAVlb. . 8. DAVIS 13 A. VI Til m numbers, lias . & CO., Steam Fitters. A Complete Stock of Pipe and Fitting, up to 8-Inch. JXL ns OT Brass Goods, Packing, Hose PUMPS, SEWEB PIPE, FIEE BBICE, ETC iiSS- Deane Steam Pumps Eclipse Wind Mills, Gold's Safety Heating Boilers. tractor for funiiBMng and laying Water,Gas and Sewer Pipe weere'e Bloolc 1712 First Avenues Mold Tt.t, Rook IaX-o, III. Out-of-Iloor Sporta. New York, June 10. Tuaalay the races at Jerome park resulted as follows: First race, mile; Nannie Black first. Rock and Ryetecond, Faience third; time 51. Second race. 1H miles; i&asner nrst, " in ston second. BritAtbird: time, 2a. Third race, 1 K milra: Himalaya first, Choctaw sesoni, Pampero third; time, 2:13. Fourth race,- 1 mile; May mower nrst. St. Paul second. Topsey third; time, 1:46.. Fifth race, mile; Jim Kenwict nrst. Cricket second. Girofla third; time, 1:1. St. Louis. June 10. Followine are the events decided at the raoea Tuesday; First race, IK miles; Santa Claus first, Husk second. Bonnie S. third; time, 1:57. Second race, miles; Lady Wayward first Exile second, mission neuo tnira; time. 2:4I. Third race. Va. mile: Spaldic first, Estrclla ux-ond. Adrian: time, 1:10V. Fourth race, 14 miles; torn Martin nrst, Bootblack second, Powhattan third; time, 1:50)4. Chicago, June lu. League base ball grtmes were played as follow Tuesday: At Cnicao Chicago B. St. uw I: at Boston Saw York 10, Boston 4; at Providence Frovidence 4, Philedelphia 1. " Sentences for Crime." Washington Cinr, June 10. The order .if Im.iness of the Conference of Charities and Correction Tuesday was poitponed t permit the reading of .a monograph pre tared by Frnderick Howard Wines secre tary oi the Illinois state board of public cbaritie), on "Sentences for Crims," which was read by Bev. H. H. Hart, of Minnesota, Mr. Wines having been detained "at home attendance upon the legislature oi Illinoi-. Thj paper traata ot the va rious characters oi seuueui-aa, loi- them time sentence-, labor sen tences sentences for lite, retormation sen tences, etc., and discu sea in detail their re spective advantage and defects as agencies of reformation and prevention, jut. Wine discussss indeterminate sen tences, the maximum and mini mum to be fixed by courts or legisla tures, the time of release within the limits being left discretionary, and describes in detail the qualifications which are requisite the chief executive officer of a, prison or ganized for the reformation of convicts. Coming- from the Cholera Keg-ion. Washington Crr t, June 10. The sur- Econ-eonoral of the marine hospital service has notified the health officer at Baltimore and the officer in charge of the quarantine station at Cape Charles tbat on April 25 the ship Jupiter left Yaleucia, Spain, where the cholera is epidemic, iouxta ior Baltimore. The secretary of state has received a dis patch from the consul-general at Loudon saying there is no foundation for the rumor of an outbreak of cholera in tngiaua. The Alleged Illinois Corruption, Bpbingfield, Ills., June 10. Spaakei Haines has been subpoenaed by the legisla tive committee investigating the alleged wrong-doing of members in connection with the telegraph bill, and appeared beiore the committee Tuesday afternoon. He was told the committee would examine him later, It ia stated tbat he will refuse to testify unless the meetings of the committee are held iu public ' Hand all Kecoverlng. Washington City, June 10. Ex-Speaker Randall has almost recovered from his re cent attack of rheumatic gout He expects to eo to his bomt, near Philadelphia, in a few days, and remain there untu taiL Ex-Secretary Wlndom'a Son Married. CoiXMsrs, Ohio, June 10. William Douelas Windom, son of ex-Secretary of the Treasury Windom, was married here Monday evening to Miss Jennie uutcmnson, 4U known in eastern society. Mn st Look to the Supreme Court. Richmond, Va., June 10. Judge Atkins has overruled the motion for a new trial hi the case of T. J. Cluverius, convicted of taa murder of Lillian Madison. "I have no appetite," complains many a sufferer. Hood's Sarsapanlia gives au appetite and enables the stomach to per-, form its out;. E. W. Hurst represents the leading American and Foreign Insurance Co s Policies carefully written at current rates, AeencT established 1874. Office over Rock island rianonai an The Dostmastership of Richmond, Va. was sought by four candidates, urged by aa manv delegations, bat the fifth man GOVERNOR HALE'S DIFFICULTIES. Not Only Up a Tree Financially, But Charged with Fraud. Boston, June 10. The Herald says that Id ton business men are not wanting who rejoice in ex -Uovernor Hale's downfall, and who speak of him aa one who has fleeced his friends by unloading worthless mining stocks upon them, on the repre mentation ot a mining agent of Hale's, one Treglow. The Monarch mine in Idaho was bought by Hale, as is alleged, lor a nominal sum, although riale claimed to have paid $100,000 for it Astonishing re ports of the richness of the mine were afterwards circulated in Boston, t icke 1 up bv ore of surmising richness sent east to Treglow. A large quantity oj tl, stork was floated here and in New York, and a mill costing $50,000 was erected al the mine. From this investment there has never been any return. A subsequent investigation by an pxprt shows that in order fci make the Monarch of any value the purchase of two a l jaeenl mines was nems nry. The mines were bought and the thrd were consolidated under the name of the Tremiwt mino. It is said that the pmmrty is valuable, but th.- company exhiu-ited its tun,l tefore rvalizinr any pr.ilit. The rtock has tumbled from $5 a share t almost nothing, It is said t int Hsle mrlo $100,000 by this transaction, and that be made a like sum bv promoting the War Eagle mine enter' prise, the mine having len worked out tie- coming into Hale s posse-sion. Ihe losers in these ventures freely say that they were victimized. A Herald reporter interviewed Governor Hale at hrs elegant house in Keene, N. il. The latter wns unprepared to make a formal statement of his affairs, but would say that many untrue assertions had been mad which at some time he would refute. He said also that bis losses were caused b' shrinkage in valuestnd that the charges gainst bitu were the result of his participa. tion in imliticsi. Several of the attachmonts on Hale's property charge' him with obtaining money upon false statements as to what he was worth. Article. Wht one .... July wt Ainhist sas Sept. tS MX CORN-Jiine h Julv August mi 46 8.,pt. .... 46 Oats Jnce July .... August .... ' Sept. .... ST Pork June July 10 54 10 81) August 10 65 10 40 Seul. LaBD June Jnly s k Ancust 6 7J 6 (8 Seut. .... Ribs June July .... 3 Augim 6 5 tu Sept. Hoea-i9,50U: light, 3 954 5;siiixed, 3 854 10: heavy, 4 05al 20. BOCK ISLAND. oats 35c Hsy Timothy J Hay Wild 5.0 Corn 45c. Potatoes 35c. Ofiions 9(lc. rl-l$oft i hard S 50, :ord wood ft 00. Straw 50. -fS.CO. i.OJ. THE WONDER ' b becoming universal as to bow such an im mense sale could be created in Lowell for Hood's Sarsaparilla. But, my friend, if you could stand behind our counter a week and hear what those say who are using it, the reason would appear as clear as tho noon-day sun. The real curative power ot Hood's Sarsaparilla demonstrates itself In every case where our dirertionj are faith fully regarded. We would that we might get before the people a fractional part of the confidence that is expressed to us every day In this medicine by those who have carefully noted (without prejudice) its effects upon the Wood and through that upon the whole sys tem, stimulating all the functions of the body to perform the duties nature requires of them. Try a bottle and satisfy yourself.,! Cold Hands and Feet. Lowell, Feb. S, 18T9. Messrs. C. I. Hood Co.: tientlemcn About one year ago niv daughter commenced taking your Sarsaparilla. At that time sha had very little appetite; could take no long walks, and her lace was badly broken out with ahumor. She was low-spirited; troubled with cold hands and feet; her blood seemed to be poor, and she was iu a condition which caused us great anxiety. After taking one bottle of your Sarsaparilla she began to im prove; and she now has a good appetite and can take much longer walks. Her humor is nothing compared with what It was one year aco. She is in better stunts, isjiot troub! with cold hands and feet as previously. And I attribute this improvement in her Condi tion largely to your Sarsaparilla. She has taken six bottles, and intends to continue its use. I was inclined to oppose the trial of it at first. I now have great faith in it as a blood purifier. Very truly yours, A. L. HlSCKLEY, No. 304 Broadway, Lowell, Mass. Hood. Sarsaparilla. MOST PERFECT MADE Prepared bj a physic Ian with special regard to health. No Ammonia, Lime or Alum, v HARPER'S THEATRE. One Week Commencing MONDAY, JUNE 15th. Engagement Extraordinary Moetimoe & Weaver's Star Dramatic Company 1 Supported by the Dialect Comedian, JOWN W. BURTON, In the Charming Southern Drama, entitled The Octoroon I Change of Program each evening. !5 Look st the Prices and 25 cents, : To all part of the vonae. Ko extra 8 barge for reserved seat lrAn evening of pleasure for small money. Remember the price, 15 and IS cents. no more nor less, but the ever popular price, 15 and is eta. Yon are all invited. Bererved testi on tale at Harper House Drug store. 6old by all druggists. Price $1; or six for 5. rrcparca by t;. i. ecaries, Lowell. Mass. I. HOOD & CO., Apoth- HALF-CENT A WORD. House Cleaning Time. ' ' LARGE Stock IzllJU mi w r if LOW Prices. R. CRAMPTON & COMPANY. W. PETERSON & CO., They Stand at theHead! THE BEST SHOES For Qentletnen's wear, in the World, for th$ moneyt are made by STACY, ADAMS & CO. 0 CD COMFORT, TXf2 ATO DTRABIUTTt A k pour dealer for the Ntftcy, Adams A Co. Shoe These goods ara made of Uiebest French and Lp xnestie stock, Kantrnroo tope, in hand and machine sewed, in CONUBESS, BUTTON and LACK, and EVERY PAIR WARRANTED. Satisfaction ii Siaranteed everyone that wears the Stacy, Adiims ft o. Shoe, fiotd everywhere by tlrst'Class dealers. CD No. 1818 Secqnd Ave., Rock Island. mar-lt-dwSm ALASKA'S REFRIGERATORS, Climax Cook Stoves, Monitor Oil Stoves, Rapid Ice Cream Freezers Water Coolers, c, -AT- Th Argcs hertafter wl'l pubiish in this col amn all a-ivertifements of Lost. Found, For Rent tor sale, tJora or Kounts, wanted, ana similar notice, at the low rate of one-half a cent a word. each figure a word, but nj advertisement lens tnan ten cent WILLARD BAKER & CO.'S Opposite Harper House. GRAND PROFESSIONA L KEG ATT A! MO LINE, SATURDAY, JUNE 13th. THE BEST OARSMEN IN THE WORLD, Gaudanr, Hosmer, Parker, Lee, Mackay, And other prominent oarsmen have entered. Admission to the Island, 25 eta. Grand Stand, 25 cents. , tExc urKlon Kates on all Railroad and Ht-amboat llnea. t3TCome and tee aa. PAEK & ELLIS, Boots, StToes, Rubbers, &c All the Leading Styles and liakea 1b Men's, Women's, Misses, Boy's, Youth's and Children's Goods. Down to Starvation Prices. Ihe public, we think, has hai enongh "Cheap Shoes1' and are ready for good 3boa, oheap. 1 704 Second Avenue. Vv H. J2AMSKILL, MM MM REfiE RRRR COCG H H MMM.MR R RC CH H MMMMR R BO H H MMMMKEB KRHK V 11UMH M M M R M MM MR R M M MKKF.KR H SC CH K CCCO H A Alt A A A A H A AA H A HA NN ft TVI'IT H H N T H N N T H N n T It N N T AH An N If A A A A A II L A A II L AAA II L A A II I A (MX) BURR O OB B O OB K O ORWB OR R OR R K FOR REST Two furnished rooms suitable for man and wife or two single gentlemen. No. 314 r meemn at., noca isiana. zu-aii No. 1603 Second Arenue, Fine Fits a Specialty. A If I. AllLLLLL OOO B ROCK ISLAND, ILL, FOR SALE Old papers for sale in any quantity at thia office, cheap. FOR SALE-Sixty lots in niv additions to the city of Rock Isiaud 00 four yearly payment, with interest at six per cent per annum. 4-6-m B. Datistobt. WlUTCn Anactivellau or Woman in erery l AH I Ull county to sell onrgoods. Salary $75 per month and gxpenses. or commission Kxpeusea in advance, f 1 ontnt free, iror full particulars address Standard Silver Wars Co., Boston, Moss, may 21-dwlra TTT I IITFti Ladies and Yonng Men, in city IV Hn I LU country, to ork for na at their homes. Permanent employment ; no Instruc tions to bov. Work sent by mail (distance no ob jection). 99 to (18 per week can be made. No canvassing. No stamp for reply. Please address Home Mar t a CO.. Boston. Masa r. t. ii 1918. mayyl-dwlm C. Vf SW ANSON, Contractor and Builder, No. 2 121 4th Ave., Residence, No. SS08 Serenth Avenue, ROCK ISLA.NO. ILLINOIS. WATK1NS & HILL, Dealera In Dry and Green Wood. Will also attend to Hauling of ill kinds Office at yards, corner of tsth itreet on Molite a venae. Telepnon No- 197; orders saay be ft at tltber c'aca ocUtt-dtf IT. S. SOTTTIHIjIRD, -Manufacturer and Dealer in- UPHOLSTERED FURNITURE, MATRASSES AND PICTURE FRAMES. Also Dealer in Mirrors, Cornish Poles, Curtain Fixtures, Mouldings, Etc., CSrPricis lower than the lowest Treraan's Block, opp. Commercial Hotel. JA.COB RILKY, Dealer and Importer in Marble and Granite Monuments. " tTSpccial Designs furnished on application. Correspondence solicited. ; , Works and Office on East 17th St., opposite i. 0. Rock Island, HI. J. T. DIXON, MERCHANT TAILOR, And Dealei in Mens' Fine Woolens, 1706 Second avenue. nov-tS-dly i. 1 - .1 i got the office.