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TmTT'A WITT Aw jits. HE MOCK .. ..... v . -a s.UT VOLUME XXXUl NO 201. ROCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS, SATURDAY. JUNE 201 SS5. ESTABLISHED OCT. 18, 1851 . THIS BEATS THEM ALL We Leafl; Let Those Follow Who May. PATTERSON'S STATE. JOHN ROACH TALK3. "THE MARKETS. LAW AND ORDE AS PRACTICED KENTUCKY, IN Bottling Neighborhood Difficulties with Six teen Shooters Mob Threatened In an Ohio Town Citizens la Sas pene duveriui Sentenced. 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 Only $5,95. These poods are the best quality of Cassimercs, Worsted, etc., and are all the latest ntyles, wliirh we have been selling at from $3,00 to $12,00. llemem- ber we are Belling these goods at 25 per cent less than other merchants Uave to pay for the siimc. 200 Men's Fine Suits, your Choice for $8,4.0. All ealors, finest quality, latest styles, sold everywhere it from $10,00 to $15,00; jour choice lor two weeks only $8,40. Men's Best Middlesex Flannel Suits, $9.15 Men's Seersucker Coats and Vests, 2.75 Other merchants charge $3,50 to ?4,0i) for the same, and all other goods in the same proportion . Remember this is uo advertising scheme, no damaged goods or bankrupt stuff, but simps y 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 weel;s. Remember tjte place, TheGoldenEagle Clothing Store Post Office Block, Rock Island, Illinois. A. LOEB, Mang'r. Hindmah, Ky., June 80. The war be" I tweea the Hall and Jones factions in this (Knott) county Is still raeine.- Last week one of the Jones party returned from Cin- cmuatl, where be had expended (400 in pur chasing sixceen-shooters. There was a col lision of the parties Wednesday. In the fuai- lade a man named Wood berry was Instantly killed. Hack Hall died on Monday last from wounds received in a battle f ought only a few days previous. Talt Hall is still connned from the err acts of wounds received in an engagement one day last week. His recovery to doubtful. Bo far the Jones party have decidedly the best of it. Jones and his men go well armed with sixteen -shooters. and are constantly on the look-out. The bloody business will not end until one or the other of the cane is exterminated. There is considerable excitement through. out the county. The Jones and Hall parties had another set-to Thursday in this county. Tbey quit even that is, each side lost a man. 1 wo men of the name of Hall were killeJ. Tbey were not related. This makes nine men that have been killed since these parties set in to depopulate the county, about three weeks since, and tbey have hardly got started. Just where it will end there is no telling. Each side gains ac cessions daily, and they are determined and desperate individuals. The residents of the county are bewildered, and talk of buntuu. a more congenial climate if the authorities do not suppress the desperadoes. Tat His Own Construction on It. Cincinnati, June 80. News comes from Wbitesburg, Ky., that Link Banks, leader of the outlaws in that county, entered James H. Frazier's store Wednesday afternoon, and, drawing his revolver, said to Mr. Fra iler they would settle accounts. Mr. Frazier, who is described as a law-abiding citizen, put bis own construction on Banka' action and shot him dead. It is said that Hanks had killed three men this year. THREATENED BY A MO& tKs Builder of the Dolphin Says He Has Done Ills Duty. New York, June 3d. John Roach, the builder o f the dispatch boat, the Dolphin, said to a correspondent: "The mat ter now resolve) itself into simply a question of . opinion between the two boards the one legally appointed to de sign and construct the Dolphiu and the one that Secretary Whitney appointed. With this difference of opinion 1 desire to have njthing to do and wish it distinctly understood that I take no part in the controversy. The board appointed by law consisted of seven ex perts, and they designed the vessel as to power, speed, strength and everything else, and carefully Watched her construction in all ber details. They closely inspected her as the work progressed, and duly certified as to her completeness when she was finisheJ. , She was then formally ac cepted by this board as coming fully up to all the conditions s ad requirements of the contract, as far as could be expected of me. Mow the last report is given to the public, but the other has not yet been made public, and the question thus resolves itself into a question of opinion between the two boards. In regard to the board under which the Dolphin wai built, I have only to say that in no instance and on no occasion Lave I differed with tuem as to the work being brought up to the fullest terms of the contract, nor have I refused to satisfy every requirement of that contract. Ai to the Dolphin, I challenge any Inspector of vessels or any member of the boards, or any one else to show that there was a single thing required by the board or the inspect ors about the vessel that was not up to the very letter of the contract, Every little detail that was required was carried out with great care, and as the report under which bue was built will show, they were fully satisfied with her. THE FIRES TO BE RELIGHTED. Be- J. 33. ZIMMER, MERCHANT TAILOR, OF IF 1 IE WOOLE1TS, Is n eased to announce the completion ol nis wring and Summer stock of Choice Suit- 4.' ings,r- "Surpassing all former efforts." Sp lie solicits your attention to the above, and feels Satisfied tlmtun examina tion will demonstrate to you that your interest can be faithfully served. Particular and prompt attention will he given to all orders with which you may favor him Fit and Workmanship unexoeilxi. No. 1810 Second Avenue, Rink Island, 111. Mi VilW NEW i;i:i:R m K It (1 H It It K K ItKKK K K O It ' K O It KM O COCO Fr'RK RUHR C OK K R l) OF. K R it K R It O O KE RRRR (10 K It It O C V. K It ( C OK ft It R OOO COCO KP.I'.R U V V V V V V V vv V V V SSSS TTTTT S 8 T S s ssss s tt 8 H SSSS OOO ItRliR FFF.R O OK K la, O O it R K R R F O O ItRRK FE O O K R k. O O K R F. O O It H F, OOO U k KKbK. Choice Brands of Minnesota and Winter Wheat Flour, Grual Dairy and Creamery Butter, Cotton Mops, Minn., Potatoes, Vegetables, fec, O. T. LONG'S, Nineteenth Street and Second Avenue. at ' Mm Cor. THOS. :f caby, la p-epared to do all kind of work iu Hlain and Decorative Paper Hanging and Kalsomining. Wall V aper, A complete Un:k of Ciirtuiu Fixtures, Cornice Poles and Room Mouldings. Mixed Paints always on band. W Ann a full line of Art Goods and Artinte' Materials. Lr asnns tiven in Painting and French rauhmiuury Work. Embroidery Milks, Cords and Fanny (,ik!i wtucn are solo ai close figures; call and ten prices of work. 1813 Second Avenue. ROCE ISLAND, ILL. JACOB OHLWElLER, Jr., RETAIL DEALER IN Wines, Liquors, Beer and Cigars, No. 309 Twentieth Street. WrW I.iuirh every morning and every Saturday cven'ms. may 7 illy A Kecre Kapist Whose Keck Is in Great ' Danger. C hicago. June 80. The following tele gram has been received: CosHONTON, Ohio, June 19. Anegrowbc assaulted the Misses Baclie and Phillips neai East Lafayette, ye.terJay, was captured last night and lodged in jail here. A large number of citizens, among them Mae Phillips, came over from East Lafayette this morning and identified the nog re as Charles Howard. Miss rhlllir says she is positively certain that Howard is the man who committed the rape. The jail is now surrounded by a mob, who threaten to break in and lynch Howard. The town is wild, and threats of lynching are heard on all sides. Miss Bacha is still alive, but no hopes are entertained for her recovery. Cluverins Sentenced to Death. Richmond, Va., June 20. Cluverius was brought up to the court-room Friday morn ing and took bis seat as usual His counsel were present and a motion to continue the consideration of the motion for an arrest of judgment was over ruled. Hon. Thomas S. Atkins, judge of the hustings court, asked of the prisoner if be had anything to say why the sentence of death should not be passed upon him. He arose from bis feat, and in a husky voice replied: "If you sentence me, you will sentence an innocent man. The judge then pronounced the sentence in an impressive manner, and the prisoner was taken back to jail and solitary confine ment. The day set for execution is .Nov. 3i). The case will now go to the supremo court of appeals, where the bills of exception will be considered, and the question of a new trial be decided. The Sheriff's Fatal Buainoas. Hamilton, Ohio, June S3. George Schneider was hanged at 10:5 Tuesday morning in the jail yard. His neck wa- broken and in nine minutes he was pro nounced dead. Cl.AitKsviLl.E, Tenn., June 20. Morrow, who murdered J. hips Brown in 1ST.), and Dick Overton ill 1SS3, was hanged here at t p. m. Friday. FAiiMKH.tvit.LC, La, June at ferry and William Melton, father and son, were uaugi-d in the jail inclo .ure here Friday foi the murder of John AV. Cherry, an old farmer, at bis home in the northern part 1 this (Union) iiarish, April 15, 18S4. New Orleans, Juue 'JO. Charles Camp hell, alias "iteci," was bauged at Pointe a la Haohe, Plaquemines parish, Friday, for the murder of Theodore Tuplevich, in that par ish, Aug;. 81, JIM. Bmldenalek Fonnd Guilty. New York, June 8.). Charles A. Bud densiek, who has been on trial for several days in the court of general sessions, charged with causing the death on April is, of Louis Walters by improperly and im perfectly erecting building which fell in We.t Sixty -second street, was juursuay found guilty of manslaughter. Recorder Smyth, after thankin? the jury, remanded the prisoner until Monday for sentence. Buddensiek, who seemed surprised at the verdict, was taken to the Tombs. The Boys Are Marching-. Chicago, June 80. The annual national encampment of the Grand Army of the Re public, which is to be held June Jo, 'M and 25 at Portlond, Ma, has brought to Chicago many veterans from all quarters or the northwest en route for the east Delega. tionj numherinz 100 men arrived at the Hbarman bouse Friday morning from Min nesota, Wisconsin, Iowa and Illinois, and others in the afternoon. The delegations were escorted from the Sherman house by Post 88. of this city, to the Michigan Cen tral depot, where tbey took a special train for the east Report That the Bay View Mills Will some Labor Notes. Milwaukee, l-., June zj. it was re ported Thursday night that Superintendent W. a. I'arker, of the north Chicago Rolling Mill company's works at Bay View, had notified the scale committee of the local Amalgamated association lodges to meet him in conference. The reported notifica tion was interpreted to mean an adjustment of local differences, and the impression pre vailed iu Bay View that the fires would be started up again anil the huge ma chinery set in motion aRain next Monday. The repairs are completed, the men are ready to work, and it only needs the sign ing of the scale, to resume operations. The employers and operative, in Bay View have been on good terms during the entire lock out and no material trouble is expected at the conference, if on 3 is held. It is believed that the wholosalo desertions from the man ufacturers' agreement in Pittsburg has prompted the North Chicago company to de- upon a settlement ibis is mere conjecture. however. Signed an Agreement. AVilkesbakre. Pa, June B0. The strike at Jeddo, which has been of about four month's duration, came to an end Thurs day. The members have signed an agree ment and will, with a few exceptions, re turn to work this week. It is expected that the strikers at Highland will also yield to the operators' terms and return to work next week. Thoroughbreds on Their Mettle, New York, June 'JO. There were five races at Brighton Beach Friday, as follows: First race, mile; Comique first, Walter U. second, V lrgilia third ; time, 1 :1. Second race, 1 miles; Km matt first, Warren liawis second, Farragut third; time, 1 Third race, IV, miles; Lillie B. first, Shelby Barnes second, John K. third; time, 1:58. Fourth' race, I V miles; John Sullivan first, Anwricus second, Comanche third; time, 2:10. Fifth race, 1 mile; Ecuador first. Bill Sterritt second, Belle B. third; time. 1:449. Kansas City, June 3a Races resulted as follows Friday : First race, mile; Blue Stone first, Joe Lodge second. Virgie third; time, 1HW. Second race, 1 1-lb miles: Pearl Jennings nrst, alet second; time, !: V Third race, 1S miles; Hazaras first, Nat Krattar second, Lady n mfrey third; time. 2:06. Fourth race, I V, miles; Re I Girl first; Trix second, Cimeron Ulrl third; time. 2:02Ji. A Few More Appointment. Washington Citv, Juno 2J. The presi dent has apiioiutad W itliam A. Day, of Mat toon, UK, to t second auditor of the treasury, vice Judge Jems, resigned, to take effect July 1. '1 be president also ap pointed Sherman D. AVeber, of Illinois, to lie United States marshal lor the southern district of Illinois; William B. Fleming, of Kentucky, to be associate justice of the supreme court of New Mexico. Robert AA . Banks, collector of internal reve nue lor tne district ot auasissippi; j. f. Iinbodeu, of Georgia, consul of the United States at Yascaran, Honduras; Shubrick Haywood, of Maryland, marshal of the consular court of the United States at Jana- gawa, Japan. The aceretary of the traasary has dis charged 300 storekeepers, gaugers and other employes of the internal revenue service. First Assistant Postmaster General Hay has ordered that all clerk iu bisoffice must work from 8 a. ni. to 5:30 p. m. The order requiring the clerks to work from 6:30 to V p. m. is revoked. Round trip tickets to Portland, Maine, will be on sale at the C. It. I. & P. rail- way passenger station, nloune avenue, from June 14th to June 21st, account an nual Reunion Grand Army of the Repu lic. Round trip rate $30.15. Tickets good 80 days from date of sale with a j choice of nine different routes, t;oitig one t route and returning via another route, as the passenger may desire. Georgia has a colored Moody in the re ligious field. Chioaoo, June 10. The market quotations oaths boarl of trade to-dar wars as follows: Wheat Na i June, opened H, closed 80c; July, opened Vie, dosed uOo; August, opened Hoc. closed Corn No. 2 June, opened )o, closed July, opened 47XC, dosed kmc; August, opened viKC, closed 464c. Oats No. 2 June, opened 28c, closed 83c: July, opened SSc, closed SiKc; August, opened USc, oleasd 28c. Pork July, opened V1U.40, closed I10.37X; August, open! $10.50, closed (10.42; September, opened 110.57, closed 110.52. Lard July, opened and dosed 90.65. Live stock The Dntoa stooc yards repjrl the following range of priots: Hogs Mar ket opened fairly active and firm, at 6(3 lOo higher than yesterday closing; light grades, 3.904.a0; rough paoking, taw Oi.lb; heavy packing, 14.05(94. i. Cattle Market nrm; oauves, ts.wuiaJ.ou; nuton- rs, 2.4U(34.uu; rexans, iuu nigner, fo.ja 4S4.25. Sheep Market steady; common to choice, t2. 50(34. 10- Produce: Butter Beat creamery, 16(3 16Xc; fancy dairy, 14(S15c; packing, 6W(d) 7Scprlb. Eggs lOillo per dez. Po tatoesOld, bOisj5oc per bu; new, 1 125(3 2.75 per bbL Poultry Spring chickens, $1.752o.00 per dot; bens, g!!o, and roosters, 55VtC per lb. Apples $3 50(35.00 per bbL Btrawuernes Miumgan, oueigwe per 16-qt case; Illinois, 50c75c per 24-qt case; Ohio, t2.002.50 per S2-qt case. Hay Ma 1 timothv, 14.U0Io.uu, and No, 1 upland prairie, S1L00 per ton. Mew York. Mew York, June 1 Wheat Very strong and c higher; a moderate misiness; no. l white, nomi nal; No. 3 red June, 11.01V: do July- 1.02X(4U02X; do August, $l.u4Xffll.04K; ao nepiemner, fi.uust.idi.uowi do uctober. $l.0(l.us. Corn K(4Kc higher; mixed western spot 5oz57c: future. o5a'vrHo. Oats Without decided change; westers 3(43c; No. 3 September, 33g34Wa rro visions near steady; new extra, mess 11.00. Pork firm; new mass, til 45(311. 50. Lard a shads better and quiet: steam- rendered, to. 85. St. LoIs.t ST. Louis, June ltl Wheat Opened higher, and then de dined and closed below yesterday; No. t red cash, tl.01(il.01; July, tl.01 asked; August, tl-03. Corn Dull and lower; cah 4itt,ta44tc; July, 45Kc bid August, 45Uc asked. Oats V pry slow ash SSHic; June 3Kc: July K9kc sellers. Rye-Dull; 61c. WhUky Steady; tl.18 Provisions rork, dull, flu. 75. Lard, nom inal. Milwaukee. MlLWAVKEB, Wia, June 19. Wheat Easier: Milwaukee No. 2. Sua July, Woe; August, 92o. Corn Easier; jno. a, 4S& uats weak; a 82M& rive Luoless; Na 1, 63c. Barley-Dull; No. Toledo. Toledo, Juai 19. i AVheat Steady; little doing: No. 2 red casn June, W4'c; July, WiWn; September, 9tc; Na tm ivoini ig loln; Na 2 cash and Juue, unniinallv 4$'c; July, 50c asked; An- House Cleaning Time. LAllGE Stock ' , 41 1 it k LOW Prices. R. CRAMPTON & COMPANY. W. PETERSON & CO., They Stand at theHead! THE BEST SHOES For Gentlemen wear, in the World, for the motuy, STACY, ADAMS & CO. H hi 0 m COMFORT, 8TTLK AWO HTTKA II 1 LITT I A sk your dealer for (he Slury, Mams A Vs. Bhoe. Tbae goods an mads of the best French and Do meitie stock, Kanarne tops, in hand and machine arwed, in CONUBK88, BUTTOX and LACK, and tI fAltl WAIlliANTKU. Batilfantion is arantaed ereryons that wears the Stacy, Adams ; ooob. ooia eTsrrwnere py nnn-oiaas aeaiera. CD s No. 1818 Second Ave., Rock Island. mar-l-dw3m ALASKA'S REFRIGERATORS, i ml' n. tlx (fe.w; w , uv i inn it iXTnvps raft, n.oov. I viuumu vv v XV. MUV w Vkll gUM UHC 0t tcaite; CHICAGO. N . 2,35c. Article. Opcntng, Closing Wb't 'nne July Hits HH Annan Vi , Se;it. 4 ; CORS June Julr 47 4h August 4614 46H Hcpt. 6H 4t)l, Oats J nte Jnly M sm Angnst as as Sept. 27 . 2T Pork June .... 'July 1(1 S5 10 Ktl Augnet 10 fi 10 So ept. W 40 10 40 LaRP June .... July 6 K5 . 6 6 Augnst 7i 74 Sept. 6J 6 o-J Ribs Jane .... July .... 5 Augu?i 5 40 Dept. 5 55 & 50 Monitor Oil Stoves, Rapid Ice Cream Freezers Water Coolers, k., -AT- WILLARD BAKER &C0:S Opposite Harper House. llosrs 18.000: litrht. 4 00a4 30: mixed.3 S5a4 05: heavy, s uo4 xu . BOCK ISLAND. oats-S3c Hay Timothy 18 08. Hay Wild ii.fU. Corn 48c Potatoes 10c. Onions SOc. Coal 8ofll2; hard SS 50, Cord wood ft im. gtrsw tS.Mi. HOODS SARSAPARILLA Has ''decided" claims upon the public. This Is positively proven by the immense good it has done to those who have been cured of diseases from which they have suffered in tensely (or years, as verified by the publish ed testimonials, every one of which is a pos itive tact. Chelsea, Vt., Feb. 24, 1879. Mfssrs. C 1. Hook & Co.. Lowell. Mass.: The lilh day of last June 1 was taken sick with a swelllnc on my right foot, and with au awful nain. Hie swelling went all over me. My lace was swelled so that 1 could with dif- llcuity see out oi my eyea, ami i uroae out over the whole surface of my body; my null foot up to my knee was one raw, itching ......... ... I ,.; . L I.. ai..i f . .t u. . I ... u,.. HM. OtlM ii.j wniw aw .win. n.iu gore I could not step on it, and it would run so as to wet a bandage through in an hour. In this condition Mr. W. F. Hood iof the firm of A. K. Uood & Kon, druggists, of this town I, handed nie a bottle of Htioo's SarbAParil t.4, and told me to take it. 1 did so, and by the time 1 bad taken one bottle 1 found that ii 9 iioino m eood. 1 have since taken five Iwttles more. After I had taken three bottles my soreness be ran to leave me. and I have been growing belier every day, so that to-day I can walk without going lame, i have no soreness in my ankle and it has liouU,l all nn mill Hi a ot run at all. 1 ow e mv recovery to your Sarsaparilla. 1 write this to let you know that 1 think it deserves the confidence of the public, especially those wuo are uouutea wiui numors. Yours most tnilv. JOSIAH PITKIN. P. 8. Every person that saw me said that f never would get over my lameness without having a running sore on my ankle; but . uiaua Uod i nave. - J r. Noother Sarsaparilla hag such a sharpening effect npon the appetite. No other prepa ration tones and strengthens the digestive organs like Boon's Sabsafabilla. Price one dollar, or six bottles for five dol lars. Prepared only by C. I. HOOD & Ctj, Apouiecaties, Lowell, iwass. THE "TITVOLiI," M. MAGRUM, Proprietor,. Second Avenue, - Opp. Harper House. S 'l'he -Trrol i" baa lately been transformed Into a Palace equaling in every respect the Ines saloons in uairago ana curpasning anyiDingiu toe three cities. The Liquid Keicesamsnta aispenxed at tDia eiuniisnment la in keeping with Its grand improvement. An vn-7d6m elegant lunch served every morning. All kinds of Sandwiches serTed on Bhort notice. ROCK ISLAND TRUNK FACTORY No. 1S09 Second Avenue. ; Manufacturers of all kinds of Trunks, Traveling Bags, Sample Cases, tgr REPAIRING DONE.J tTCome and see us. PAEK & ELLIS, Boots, Shoes, Rubbers, &c All the Leading Styles sud Makes in ' Men's, Women's, Misses, Boy's, Youth's and Children's Goods. . Down to Starvation Prices. Ihe public, we think,' has bai enough "Cheap shoes" and are ready for good Shoes, cheap. ' 1704 Second Avenue. VvH. RAMSKILL, T. Ii. bAVIh. 8. 8. DAVIS DA. VIS &d CO., Plumbers, Gas S Steam Fitters, A Complete Stock of Fips and Fittings up to 8-Inch. Ut KDIDS or vc-j . v-i Brass Goods, Packing, Hose. PUMPS, SEW EH I'll'E, FIBE BB1CK, ETC SOLI ASIHTS VOB Deane Steam Pumps Eclipse Wind Mills, Gold's Safety Heating Boilers. Contractors for furnishing and laying Water,Ga8 and Sewer Pipe u9eres BlooW 1712 First A.venueJ MoLon, III. Rock Iaxako, Iix, tiwly Many Called and Few Chwsfc Washikqtoh Citt. June 20. The exam-1 ination for tbe position or postonics i inspector took place Thursday. Only those were permitted to appear before the board who were selected by tbe postmaster general. Out of 1,000 or more applicants, the post-1 master general did not select more than 100 I to be examined. A Liberal Admirer of GoeHie. Berlin. June' 30. The grand duke of Weyman has given 120,000 marks for tbe formation of a Goethe museum and has I promised another IIW.OOO marks toward pub lishin Goethe's posthumous works, consist ing of numerous drawings, poems ana scien- I title treaties in addition to nis aiary. It u rumored at Boston that Professor Elliot will shortly retire from the puKidency of Harvard oollege. "That tired feeling' from which too suffer so much. Darticularly in the morn ing, is entirely thrown off by Hood's Sar saparilla. otioa to Doc Owners. Citt Marshal's Office, Rock Islakd, June 16, 1885. Notice is hereby given to owners of dogs to register and pay we tax now due. All owners of doss are re- auested to pay their ax without delay to thn ritv marshal at his office, as the ordi nance in relation to dogs will be enforced to tbe full extent of the law. - ' r LOCTi V. ECKHABT, tf City Marshal. ,;Rt MOST PERFECT MADE , Prepared by a physician with special regard to health. No Ammonia, Lime or Alum. : SCHOOL ELECTION. Kotice is hereby given that on Toeartay the 80th day of June, two, ai tne wiueawaae uutw mmw, (Uonrt House Square) in the city of Hock Island, an election will be held for One Member of the Board of Education, which election will be opened at eight o'clock la tbe mornuut and continue onen aniil seven .'clock is the afternoon of that day. THOMAS MTJRDOCK, Mayor. Sock Islan4.m., Jone Mth,ll. dtd MM MMFEKKKRRR OCCO H H HHHHR H K I) C It 11 M M M M K K KU II It MMMMt'EK HRRR ' H11HI1 MMMMR K RIJ 11 M MM HI R R KU C Ii at M MHFFRR R COCO U HA No. 1603 Second Avenue, (9Fine Fita a 6pecis!ty. A AA A A A A II AAA HA AN NI N N N N N R N N N N N NN AN NN N TTTTT N T T T T T T TTTTT T T T T T - A T A A AA U L A A II L A A II L AAA 11 L A 11 L O OB It O RRHH. OR B R E AU LiXIX OOO B K ROCK ISLAND, ILL. S. SOUTHABB HALF-CENT A WORD. -Manufacturer and Dealer ia- Tbk ABon hereafler will pnbliph In ttii col nniD All adrertieenente of Lost. Fouud. For Rent. Kor 8al, Botrd or Koonit, Wanted, and similar notices, at tne low rate of ome Kall a cent a wora. each figure a word, but no advertisement less than ten cents. FOR 8 A LB Old papers for Bale in an 7 quantity at inn omce, cnyap. UPHOLSTERED FURNITURE, MATRASSES AND PICTURE FRAMES. Also Dealer in Mirrorst'ornUh Poles, Curtain Futures, Mouldings, Etc., WPricts lower than the lowest. Trcuiau's Block, opp. Commercial Hotel. WANTED Equal partner with about S4U0 to I I5UV to take half interns! in a Uglil manufacturing I businesfi; goods staple; Doamees easily learned; sausiactory income asaurea; references Aa- eress O. W .. this office. SO-it FOR BALK Sixty lote in my additions to the I city of Kock Island oa four yearly payments, with I interest at six per cent per annum, a-6-m B. Davbnport. FOR SALE One story house, fonr rooms, cel lar, well, stable, high lot; located three Mocks sonthof ft reel car line, near zTik street, price I fUUO if taken soon. Apply to Edward Lieaer-1 anecni,no. ,iv secona avenae, juieurance ana i ttesi ABtate Agent. 1.-st JACOB RILEY, - Dealer and Importer in Marble and Granite Monuments. ISpecial Designs furnished on application. Correspondence solicited. Works and Office on East 17th St., opposite P. 0.. " sept 6-dly i Rock Islaii HI. WANTED A good girl at Krell's restasrant.1 no. Hi seeona arenae. im-ii WANTED Ladies and gentlemen in ehy or country wishing to cam $8 to as a day at their own homes; do canvassing ; work faroiHbedand sent by mail any distance. For particulars address 1 with stamp. Cbtstauxed Photo Co.. 58 w. 7th I 8U Cincinnati, O. 11 J. T. DIXON, MERCHANT TAILOR. And Dealet in Mens' Fine Woolens, Z'-Z TTTI UTrft Au active Man or Woman in every If n S I C II county to sell oar goods. Salary B7& per alOBth and gxpenses, or commission Exseuaes in auiaoc. 1 onttt free. 'or full particulars address stand AMD Su.vaa Wars Co., Boston, Mass, . - . mayu-dwlm ov4S-dly 1 706 Second avenue. WIHTCn Ladies and Young Men, In city or ly AX I CU country, to work for us at their homes. Permanent employment; no Instruc tions to buy. Work sent by mail (distance no ob jection). C9 to $12 per week can be made. Mo canvassing. No sump for reply. Please address Hon Mas t e Co., Boston, Mass. F. O. Box - mayifl-dwlm EXCH GE HALL ; . RUDOLPH SCHWECKE, SALOON And BILLIARD HALL, Below the C. R. L & P. Depot, Moline Ave.; Rock Island, HL Imported and Domestic Beer and Wine, Fine Libuors and Cigars always on band. 1 Jun 90-1 y i i I t. ft' '. it - : i ' ., t i !.