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HE liOCK IB1LANB i., VOLUME XXXlll NO 200. 2 ROCK' ISLAND, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY. JUNE 19, 1885. ESTABLISHED OCT. 18. 1851 THIS BEATS THEM ALL f e tat Let Those Follow to May, SCORNING THE EAGLE. I THE ALLEGED ILLINOI8 BRIBERY. ECUADOR REFUSES TO GIVE JULIO SANTOS. UP An Alliance with Chut Going To Have a Naval "Pkmle" The Unfortunate Dolphin A Word for the Nicaragua CanaL aAll nun ,Sf Hagirstown, Mi. Jane 19. Mr. Henry Onderdank, of the College of St James, has received the following fromPanama, which he thinks "demonstrates that the United States are not feared by South American states. " He gives it, however foe what it is worth: "There are rumors," writes Mr. Onder- A Witness Who Makes am Affidavit ' Which la Declare False. Springfield, His., June W. The honse investigating committee Wednesday ex amined Speaker Haines regarding the telegraph bill. The gentleman gave the committee the benefit of all information he had upon the topic, but de clared that it was little better than hearsay evidence. He knew nothing against the in tegrity of any member. Mr. Haines being excused, Mr. Collins, chairman of the committee, laid before the organization an affidavit signed by F. H. Tnbbs, superintendent of the Western Union Telegraph company at Chicago, to the effect that during the month of February of this year he had been called upon at the Leland hotel in this oity by Representative Baker, of Moultrie Starting Saturday, May 23, we will sell for two weeks only, the following named goods at these remarkable . low prices: don It's informant, "that Ecuador has made an alliance with Chili to back up Ecuador to .n"v " . "2" .TL" , i? C 'i"", meU-0f-Ulegraph bill for ,2,500; that of this sum Vir WAFA TtlVinff- V.hn lw.ii a ,1 .11 a cuiaa I ' " ... Tbe celebrated Esmeralda is at Ouyaquil, they my, with the same purpose. it is saia nere mat they will have a 'picnic with the wooden American men-of-war. Another letter says "Coaranna has au- swered Flores (the Ecuadorian minister at Washington) that he will not release Julio unless a formal guarantee is written down." 250 Men's All Wool Suits Only $5,95. Tlii" goods are the best quality of Oassimeres, Worsted, etc., and are a'.l the latest styles, which we have been selling at from t8,00 to S 12,00. Remem ber we are selling these good!) at 25 per cent less than other merchants have to pay for the same. 200 Men's Fine Suits, your Choice for $8,40. 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!5 Men's Seersucker Coats and Vests, 2.75 Other merchants charge $3,50 to $4,00 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 only continue two weeks. Remember the place. The Golden Eagle Clothing Store Post Office Block, Rock Island, Illinois. A. LOEB, Mang'r. J. B. ZIMMER, MERCHANT TAILOR, -OF- IF I "NTH woolens, Is pleased to announce the completion ol his Spring and Summer stock of Choice Suitings,--"Surpassing all former efforts." He solicits your attention to the above, and feels satisfied that an examina tion will demonstrate to you that your interest can lie faithfully served. Particular and prompt attention will 1 given to all orders with which you may favor him Fit and Workmanship unexcelled. No. 1810 Second Avenne, Rock Island, 111. MiVillv NEW Will RRltlt OOO 0OJ FRKF. RRRR Y SSSS OGKROOOUF, KRVT US KKOOOCR'KKTY H RROOO K RRYY H , KKRR O O O KB RRRR YY HSSS t Ml R R o O U K .- K R Y S It R O O C E K R Y M R R O C O K RRV K 8 Gfi(i R r iKKI OOOO EgF.B KEY SSSS T T T T T T T T OOO RRRR EFF.K O OR R K O OR HI O OR K K O O KRRK KB O OR R K O OR RE O OK It OOO B. B FEEB . Choice Brands of Minnesota and Winter Wheat Flour, Gnod Dairy and Creamery Butter, -Cotton Mops, Minn.. Potatoes, Vegetables, fcc, C. X. LONG'S, Cor. Nineteenth Street and Second Avenue. d M itlim THOS. F. CAZRST, Is'p-epsred to do all kinds of work in Plain and Decorative Paper Hanging and Kalsomining. A complete stock of Wall Ptier, Curtain Fixtures, Cornice Poles and Room Mouldings. Mixed Paints always on hand. WA1. full iju-of Art flood and Artists-Materials. Lessons tiven in Painting and French Embroidery Work. Embroidery Silks, (,'ords and Fancy Woods which are solo at close ILL.: Adrooatlof an American Canal. San Francisco, June 19. Senator John P. Miller, of California, chairman of the committee on foreign relations, addresiei a large meeting of representative business meu in the chamber of oommere Thursday afternoon. He spoke at great length on the proposed Nicarajuan canal and treaties with Great Britain and other countries; strongly emphasized the right of the United States under present existing circumstances to control isthmus transit. 'The United States ha need," be said, ''of a canal of her own for the uses of her own commerce and for her own defense. The Fjroocb. canal at Panama is a menace to her interests and safety of our Pacific coast possessions. He said the Clayton-Bui wer treaty did not stand in tbe way, and England would not object to the project, and added : "I regard it as doubtful whether Great Britain will interpose any objection to our going for ward with tbe great work, which will pro mote her interests as well as ours, and bene fit mankind. Certainly she bas no right to object This nation has taught western nations a lesson of progress by example. Why should we bait or hesitate now? Shall we ask tbe consent of Great Britain before we proceed to tbs execution of this great design? Or shall we go forward without fear, with a firm and steady step, in the grand march of progress toward tbe fulfillment of Ameri can de tiny T The Much-Discussed Dolphin. Washington City, June 19. Secretary Whitney bas submitted a lengthy letter to the attorney general with reference to the Dolphin. He wants to know whether be shall regard the performance of tbe Dolphin as a failure of Mr. Koach to per form his contract, or simply accept tbe vessel as a bad bargain. He calls attention to the fact that the design of tbe ship and its engines were approved by tbe naval ad visory board, and that the work bas been constantly inspected by naval officers. New York, June 14 The Dolphin was taken to the sectional docks and pumped out so that her bottom could be examined. It was found that six feet of her keel had been torn away and some of her plates knocked out of gear. She will go into the Boston docks for repairs. The injury occurred when she went on a rock in the East river at tbe foot of Eighth street while starting out on ber recent trial up the sound. It was stoutly denied at the time that she had been aground. Sports on Turf and Diamond. New York, June 19. Thursday's races at Coney Island were: First race, mile; Nonage first, Thack ery second, Richmond third; time, 1:30X. Second rare, mile; Long Skip first, Freclca, second, Pasba third; time, 1:18. Third racns,l mile; Rataplan first, Hovs second, Trafalgar third; time. 2:5.1. Fourth race, IS miles; Hiss Woodford first, Waada second, Louisette third; time, 2:00. Fifth race, mile; Weasel first. Rice second, Endymion third; tinip, 1:1"V- Sixth race. Steeplechase, full course; Capt Curry 8r.-.t, Jack second, Rory O'Moore third; time, 7:03, Kansas City, June 19. Tbe races here resulted as follows Thursday: First race, mile beats; Fletch Taylot first, Niphon second, Our Friend third: time, l:C'4tf. Second race, 1 miles; Modesty first, Ly cunrus second: time, 2:52)'. Third race, 1 u-10 miles; Irish Tat fii'st, Slocura second. Gold Dollar third; time, 2 sr.''. Fourth race, 1 1-16 miie;; Virgie Hearne first, Prie sec.iud, Chantilly third; time, Chicago, June 19. The following were winners at the Chicago Driving park : First race, 2:2:1 class, pacing; Mambrino first. Res second, Unalola third; best time, 2:19,. Second race, 2:24 class, pacing; New Hope first, Nellie B. necoud, Tommy Lynn third; best time. 2:10. BASE BALL. Providence, R. L, June 19. The horn club defeated tbe Bostons Thursday, 8 to 0 (SOU was to be given Baker for himself, and tbe remainder for distribution among other parlies. The reading of the document occasioned quite a sensation among tbe enmmittoemen, and a summons was at once sent to Hr. Baker, who soon made his appearance, and, being sworn, said he knew Mr. Tubbs, and bad talked with him upon general occasions. He explicitly denied that he had at any time made any proposition to Mr. Tubbs or any one else of tbe character referred to. The bill providing; for railway consolida tion was taken up Thursday in the house; after f. stormy scene between MacDonald and Taylor, the senate amendments were concurred iu. Notice of a motion to re con sider was recorded. MIGHTY POOR PISTOL TARGET. Over Eighteen Tons of Gun-Powder and Two Dead Men. Pueblo, Colo., June 19. At 4:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon tbe powder magazine belonging to the Colorado Coal & Iron com pany, half a mile south of tbe Bessemer steel works, in a suburb of this city, blew up. It contained 87,000 pounds of black powder and a quantity of dynamite. The explosion was caused by John Weaver, an employe of the steel works, shooting at a mark on the door of tbe magazine witb a rifle. Weaver was in stantly killed and Charles Nelson, a com panion, fatally injured. Buildings within radius of two miles were more or less in jured. The damage to buildings in the vicinity only slight When found, both men were almost denuded of clothing, their limbs broken, and eyes blown out Both pre sented a pitiable appearance. Tbe place where the magazine stood is indicated by blackened bole in the ground twenty by thirty feet, ten feet deep. The Bartholdl Statue. New York, June 19. Thursday morning the Isare was lying in Gravesend bay, mile below Fort Hamilton, where she ar rived at S o'clock Wednesday after noon. The French frigate La Flore, from Newport, which is to take part in tbe ceremonies attending the reception of the statue arrived off Bandy Hook lightship at 9:50 Thursday morning. Tbe United States frigate Omaha anchored near tbe Isere. The old side wheeled man-of-war Powhattan is still oft Quarantine waiting to take part in the marine procession Friday. In his speech at the banquet in Franca just before the sailing of the Isere, Bartholdi said four months would be re quired to put the statue together on its I pedestal, but competent engineers are con fident that the work can be accomplished in a shorter time. Gen. Stone is confident that the pedestal will be ready for the statue about the middle of August It is remarked with a considerable degree of astonishment that M. Rous tan, tbe French minister at Washington, has de clined all invitations to be present at tbe ceremonies in connection with the reception of the statue or of the officers of tbe Isere. THE MARKETS. Chicaoo, Jon IS. The market Quotations on ths boar J of trade to-day ware as foUows: Wheat No. 8 1 June, opened tsu, closed 8So; July, pened bUMc, closed WMc; August, opened Vlo, ckoed 92Ha. Corn No. 3 June, opened 5je. eiosM s,o; jury, opened He, closed 7c; August, opened tno, closed 47 OatsNo. a June, opened SiJie, closed 33c: July, opened SHo. loaea sic; August, opened hbc, closed SMe. Pork-July, opened 10.S5, closed Siu.ic; August, opened 110.40, closed $10.40; September, opened IW.47W, closed io.ou. lAra July, opened eo.no, Livestock The Union stook Yards report the following range of prioea: Hogs Mar -1 ketODenad active but odllue lower wan I yesterday's closing; light grades, 3.9O0 1 4.15; rough packing, tS.S5a4.06; heavy packing, (4.0004. 15. Cattle Market weaker 1 and 10c lower; shipping. S4.9025.85; bulk, S5.10ia5.40: butchers. 3.50(S4.40; Tsxans, H.UU(44.;. Brjeep Market steady null weak; t2.50ffi4.2a. Produce: butter Best creamery, 16S'iJ 17c; fancy dairy, 1415c; packing, 6)(d) 7H'c per lb. Eggs llti Uo per dot Po tatoesOld, SOAOc per bu; new, 12.25(9 2.75 ner bbL foultry Hpnns obickens. tl.75gt6.00 perdoz.; old hens, 9(9 "sje, and I roorter.s, 542-SMc per lb. Apples S 50(85. 00 per ddl BtrawDerries juicing an, auc(ft.uu per lB-ot case: Illinois. 50ca1.10 per 24-qt I case; Ohio, (3.00(22.50 per it2-qt case. Hay I .No. 1 timothy. (14.00(315.00. ana do up-1 land praine, (11. uo per too. Mew York. New York, June IS. Wheat Wi2Ve higher; very firm - with a fairly active business; No. 1 white, nomi- xo. 2 red July, i.o'(tfi.oiH; do I August. tl.03K1.04; do September, (l.odXdl.Oo; do October, (1.07Wfll.0i do November, (l.OS'si. Corn 0Ais higher and inirly active; mixed western spot 52a57c: futures. SSKOooKo. Oats higher; western 39(44c. Provisions I Beef dull, easy ; new extra, (11.00. Pork I steady; new mesa, (11.25(1 L50. Lard 1 shade stronger; steam-rendered, to. b. St. Louis. St. Louia, June 18. Wheat Unsettled but higher, closing about e below top figures, but stlU about I c above yesterday; No. 2 red cash, (1-01, House Cleaning Time. LARGE Stock rvv ? Mv i m 5k7 Prices. R. CRAMPTON 8c COMPANY. W. PETERSON & CO., They Stand at theHead! THE BEST SHOES For Gentlemen' m iwnr, in the World, or the mofuy, arc fftaac oy STACY. ADAMS & .CO. H A 0 July, (1.01; August (1.03. Corn Slow and lower, closing MSt! below yesterday; cash, 45c; July, 45),c bid; August, 45Kc I asked. Uats better, but Inactive; cam. SSVc: July 30k'c asked. Rye Dull: 80Ue bid. Whisky Steady; (1.13. Provisions- Pork, dull, (10.75. Lard, quiet; small lots, (UoU Milwaukee. UiXWAVKEC, Wis., June li. Wheat-Steady; Milwaukee No. 2, tSXo; July, sajtc: August. 92c. Corn Scarce: No. 2, 48c Oats Firm; No. 2, 34c Rye Steady: No. 1, 64Xc. Barley Nominal; I No. 2, 4c. Teleda. Toledo, Juds 1 SI Wheat Steadv:No. 3 red cash and June. 93Hc; July, 93c; August, ft"iic; Septern ber, 97c; vear, iW'c Na 8 soft, 9iXc (1.00. Corn Qulst and firm; Na 3 cash and June. 50Vc asked: July. 50c asked: Au gust 51c asked. Oats Steady; No. 2, cask and June saa. CHICAGO. COMFORT, 8TTLK ATT ITJUARILITTt Ask your dealer for the Stacy, Adams A Co. 8he. TheK goods are mad. of the best French and Ilo meitie stock, Kaniraroo tops, in hand and machine sewed, in CONUBKS8, BUTTON and LACH and EVERY PAIR WARRANTED. Satisfaction is guaranteed everyone that wears the Stacy, Adams ft Co. buoe. Sold everywhere bj first-claas dcaleis. CD No. 1818 Second Ave., Rock Island. mar lM 3m Article. Opening. Closing Wb't 'one July 01 August Wsi 91H Sept. i v CObm June .... 47'i Julv 48 4HH August 47 464 Sept. 4T 47 Oats Jute 47 July SS !&S August : SI Sept. 23! 43 Pork .lune July 10 40 10 38 August 10 45 10 37 Sept. 10 55 10 5 Lard June .... July .... 6 65 August 75 75 Sept. 6 85 6 85 Ribs June July .... 5 4J August .... 5 60 Sept. .... 5 57 Hogs-ai.000 ; light, 4 05a4 SO; mixed, 3 S5al 10 heavy, 4 10a4 SO ALASKA'S REFRIGERATORS, Climax Cook Stoves, Monitor Oil Stoves, Rapid Ice Cream Freezers Water Coolers, &c Knew of Her Father. Kasoallty. Washington Citt, June 19. His ex plained that Miss Christie, postmaster at Nyack, N. Y., whose dismisbsl has been criticised, was not removed for political or personal reasons, but upon the report of a rjnstofflce inspector, a republican, that be believed Miss Christie t have been cogniz ant of a fraudulent practice on tbe part ol her father, now dead, who was her predeces sor in the office. Tbe inspect or reported that Mi Christie received monthly compensation for twelve months transfer of mails aoross tbe rivet each year, whereas the transfer was made only eight months out of tbe year. The report stated that Miss Christie' could not have been ignorant of the fraud. Post master General Vilas drew upon Mist Christie's brother, administrator of tbe late postmaster's estate, for (2,700, the amount of overpayment. The draft was returnee! and payment refused. Oats- 33c Hay Timothy J8.00. Hsy Wild-l5.0il. Corn 40c Potatoes 33c. Onions 90c. Coal Soft 12; hard t8 50. Cord wood (4 U). Straw It. Oil. nbroidery Silka, Cords and Fancy Woods figures; call and teBt prices of work. 1818 Second Avenue, ROCK ISLAND, JACOB OHLWEILER, Jr., Wines, -BET1IL lltALEB IN- Liquors, Beer and Cigars, No. 309 Twentieth Street. tsCree Lunch every oiorniiig and every Satuiday evening. mJ 7 "" T " BAVis. S. 8. DAVIS DVVIS & CO., Plumbers, Gas Steam Fitters. A CompleU Stock of Pipe and Fittings tip to 8-Inch. ALL KITTM OT Brass Goods, Packing, Hose. PUMPS, SEW EK I'U'E, FIRE BRICK, ETC SOL ASSSTS TO A Preacher Who Stands No Nonsense. Boston, Maw, June 10. A Hartford special to The Herald says that the Kev. C. B. Everest, whose salary of (10,000 a year, is the largest paid to any clergyman in Con necticut, . will, on the first Sunday in July, pn ach his farewell sermon as pastor of the Corner Congregational church in Meriden. A HlrTerenoe recently arose between Mr. Evorert and the organist, Mr. Paine, as to the character of tbe music to be selected, Paine being unwilling to admit anything not of the highest order. The quarrel grew until Paine resigned In a buff, after derisively playing, it is said, as ms nnaie, a dexterously disguised version of "Way Down Upon the Swanee River" Paine't sympathisers have arrayed themselves against the pastor, and the latter being a high-spirited gentleman, nas resignea. sr. Evereit has bad years or service m raw York and Chicago. He owns a large farm in Dakota. . Very Probably He la. . rwicAOO. June 19. At about 11 o'clock Wdnesdav ninht, Charles Oland, a Swedish laborer who h ves at 58 North Market street, tried to push a switch engine off the track in the yard of the Northwestern Kail way com pany, but was himself badly injured with out accomplishing his object. He was taken to the county hospital oy me ponce pawm, and on tbe way told the officers that as be had a week's wages in his pocket he was able to pay for any damage tbe engine might have received. Olana is prooaoiy a nana. Rum era of a Deetructlre Tornado. , Fort Worth. Tex., June 19. Rumors reach here of a destructive tornado at Hen rietta Wednesday. No particulars can De bad. as the telegraphic communication is entirely interrupted. The warmer weather often has a de- nrMjrin0 and debilitating effect. Hoods I f o "... The Meanest Sort of Kobberv. New York. June 10. Money has dis appeared mysteriously from the poor boxes of several Roman Catholic churches in this vicinity of late. Wednesday tbe sexton ol St Patrick's church in Brooklyn, while hiding for tbe purpose of watching the poor box, saw a man, after the congregation had dispersed from early mass, take a whale bone, attach an -adhesive substance to it, thrust it into the small opening of the box and draw out a com which ad hered to the sticking substance. The sex ton waited until the man had abstracted (1.709 in this way, and then took him in custody and delivered him to the polios. The thief gave his name as Bernard Pellott. He said there were others "in tbe business, but refused to give any further in forma tioiL He pleaded guilty to larceny and wan remanded for sentence. -AT- WILLARD BAKER & CO.'S Opposite Harper House. BOCK ISLAND. THE) TIVOLI," M. MAGRUM, Proprietor, Second Avenue, - - Opp. Harper House. 3f"Ttie -'Tivou" has lately been transformed Into a Palace equaling in every respect the lues saloons in cmcairo anu eurnaHaing anytning in tne tnree cities. The Liquid llerresamanu dispensed at tnie estaiilislimeat Is in keeping with its grand improvement. Jun-7 dCm elegant him h served every morning. All klnda ol Sandwiches served on short notice. EXUMfflTS MOST PERFECT MADE Purest and strongest Natural Fruit Flavors. Prepared by a physician with special regard to health. ROCK ISLAND TRUNK FACTORY No. 1809 Second Avenue. Mj ii : ! Manufacturers of all kinds of Trunks, Traveling Bags, Sample Cases. E3T" REPAIRING DONE.I HALF-CENT A WORD. Ths A bo us hereafter wi' I Dublish in this col umn all advertisements of Lot. Fonnd. For Rent, For Sale, Bosrd or Koomo, Wanted, and similar notice, at the low rate ol one-half a cent a word. each figure a word, but ui advertisement less than ten centa FOK SALE Old papers for sale u any quantity I ai mis omce, caeap. lCome and see ns. PARK & ELLIS, Boots, Shoes, Rubbers, &c All the Leading Styles and Makes In Men's, Women's, Misses, Boy's, Youth's and Children's Goods. Down to Starvation Prices. The public, we think, bas hal enongh '-Cheap Klioes" and are ready for good Shoes, oheap. 1 704 Second Avenue. - Don't Give This Away. Cincinnati, June 19. The Enquirer's Washington special says: One of tbe most desirable positions under the government is that of bank examiner. Tnis office is paid by fees. He is allowed to visit a bank whenever be pleases, and when he makes s visit tbe bank must pay him fees. There U one assigned to each state, and it is said that the Ohio examiner's place is worth anywhere from $3,000 to f$,000 per year. Is fact, however, there is no telling bow much a bank examiner can make. As singular as it may seem, there h not any thing lika a rush for this position by Buckeye lmo crate, only one thus far having been heard of as being an applicant The place is now held bv Dick Parsons, of Cleveland. Bob Miller, of Kenton, is the applicant who de sires to succeed Parsons. , Deane Steam Pumps Eclipse Wind Mills, Sarsaparilla lassitude overcomes all languor and Episcopal Prayer-Beok Bevised- Milwaukee. June 19. At Wednesday night's session of the council of the Wiscoo sin Episcopal diocese a oomaittee submitted a report on tbe changes la regard to tbs common prayer book, as suggested and recommended by tbe last general conven tion held at Chicago. The report was very lengthy, and opposed the adoption of the chanse recommended, but was adopted by tbe council after a long and lengthy discus ion. The profits of the late Hugh Conway on tbe shilling edition or taiiea uact were?9,000. Gold's Safety Heating Boilers. "tractora for fiinilsMiig and laying Water,Gaa and Sewer Pipe cere's Blonk 1712 First A.venuej Moian, III. Rock Islahd, III. ""dsn, Hotice to Dec Owners. Crrr Mabshax's Office. Rock Isuasd, June 16, 1885. Notice is hereby gien to owners of dogs to register ana pay me tax now due. All owners of dogs are re quested to pay their tax without delay to . . , . , - m it. nMli. the City marsnai at nis uiuoc, nance in relation to dogs will be enforced to tbe full extent of the law. . . JjOtJTS V. Eckhakt, J if City Marshal. SCHOOL ELECTION. Notice is hereby given tbirt on Tuesday tbe 80th day of June, 18t, St the Wideawake Hose Hoase, (Cosrt House Square) in the city of Hock Island, an election will be held lot One Member of the Board of . . Education, which election will be opened at eight o'clock in the morning and continue open uniil seven o'clock In tne anernoon or tnat nay. . Tnou ah HTTHnOCSL Mavor. Rock bland, HI., June lvta,lS8S. dtd FOR RENT Two f arniehed rooms suitable for I man and wile or two single gentlemen. No. 8141 Fifteenth el. Mock island. zu-au FOR S ALE Sixty lots In my additions to the city or Koca isiauu on lour yearly payments, wiw Intcreat at six per cent per annum. d-S-m 11. Davenport. WM. RAMSKILL, A A A A A llL AAA 1IC MM MM REEK RRRR OCCO H H A Nl HTTTTT MMMMK R RG CH H AA N N N T MMMMK R RC H HAANNN T MMMMRF.R RRRR O HHHH A A N H N T MMMMF. K RO H H AAA N NN T MMMMK R RO CH HA AN NN T II M MF.ERRR ROCCOH HA AH MN T II L A II I, All LLLLL OOO OOO RRRR 8 OR R o nmt 8 81 S FOR MALE One story "honse, fonr rooms, cel lar, well, stable, high lot; located three blocks I south or streetcar line, near zvtn street, rrice f ti if taken soon. Annly to Edward Lleber- knecht. Mo. ?19 Second avenne. Insurance and 1 Real Estate Agent. 17-et No. 1603 Second Avenue, pST"Flne riu a Specialty. ROCK ISLAND, ILL. WANTED A rood girl at Krell's rcstsnrsnt. No. Mil) Second avenue. IV tf F. S. SOUTHABB WANTED Ladles and gentlemen in city or I country wiahing to earn $3 to t& a day at their own somes; no canvassing; work lumisnea ana semi by mail any distance. For particulars address I with stamp, Cktstalimd Photo Co.. 63 w. 7th St., Cincinnati, O. 11-St -Manufacturer and Dealer iu- J B UTrn Au active Man or Woman in every I lV MR I LU county to sell our goods. Salary .79 per month and expenses, or commission Exneuaes in advance, s-l outnt free. Vor full Particulars address Standaso Silvib Wass Co., oston, Maes, msyU-dwlm TTTIUTrn Ladies and Tonne Hen, in city V II LU country, to work for us at their 11 home. Permanent emDlovment: no instruc tions to buy. Work sent by mail (distance no ob jection). $9 to f 12 per week can be made. Mo canvassing. No stamp for reply. Please address Hons Mia'r e Co.. Bosun. Msss. P. o. Vox Wis. may 21-dwlm Dr. WILLIAMS. 189 Wisconsin Street, .. MILWAUKEE, : WISCONSIN. Nervous, Chrpnlo and Female pi sea well eitrftlllTV Nervo drtb MLIIl aad Fsi ... Dr. Williams la a reeufar ulivniciau. and favorably known here for 16 years, and rec- ommended br leadlux citisena as TBS bsst la I kis specialty. Yourig and Middle-Aged Men tnouM enwnU him or read his "Bomb Tb(at I skT" (sent free to any aoareas; oeiere sppiy tag to others. Open evenings. mai-19-dwSm UPHOLSTERED IFURNITURE, MATRASSES AND PICTURE FRAMES. Also Dealer in Mirrors, Cornish Poles, Curtain Fixtures, Mouldings, Etc., (7Pricts lower than tbe lowest. , Tremau's Block, opp .ComrnercislJHotel. JACOBRILEY, . Dealer and Importer In , ; . . .. Marble and Granite Monuments. tsrSpecial Designs famished on application. Correspondence solicited. , . Works and Office on East 17th St., opposite P, O.. sept 25-dly Rock Island, HI. J. T. DIXON, MERCHANT TAILOR, And Dealei in Mens Fine Woolens, ' 1 706 Second avenue. I 1 ' 1 I ' ) t : . i s t I"