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EE SLAME!M&TUS. VOLUME XXX111 NO 203. UOCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS, MONDAY, JUNE 29, 1SS5. ESTABLISHED OCT. 18, 1851 -Rock THIS BEATS THEM ALL. ffe Lead; Lei Those Follow Who May. 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 FROM OVER THE SEA. FIRST OFFICIAL RECEPTION BV FN. GLAND'S NEW PREMIER. Notable Embassadors in Attendance Ke- ported Deatb of Olivier Pain, the Mah di's Adviser Col. Burnaby'a Man uscript Other Hatters of Note. . k New York, June 27. -A London cable gram to The Hub say,: Th first official re ception by lord Salisbury as secretary for foreign anairs was a gorgeous affair. It lasted three hours, during whioh time Down ing street was wronged with carriages em blazoned with coats-of-amis representing every xountry In Europe,- bringing diplo mats, whose jowelei uniforms, - decora tions, and swords were, only equaled in gorgeowness by the . resplendent liveries of their flunkies. - The Chinese embassador, Marquis Tseng, was clad in the silken robes of a mandarin of the Brst rank. Musurus Pasha, the Turkish embassador, wore a plastron that was stiff with diamonds and carried a scimitar in a sheath covered with jewels, Baron de 8tael, the Russian embassador, was among the first to arrive and his presence was noted as an augury that Russia does not in tend to demand an apology for I,ord Salis bury's fiery anti-Russian speeches while out of office. United States minister Vhelps eamt in a plain carriage and worn a simple black dress suit. . These goods are the best quality of Oassimcres, Worsted, etc., and are a!l the latest styles, which we have been selling at from $8,00 to $12,00. Remem ber we are selling these goods at 25 per cent less than other merchants have to pay for the same. I 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 $3.40. Men's Best Middlesex Flannel Suits, $9.1 5 Men's Seersucker Coats and Vests, 2.75 Other merchants charge $3.50 to $4,01) for the same, and all other goods in the same proportion . Remember this is uo advertising scheme, no damaged goods or bankrupt stuff, but simply done to give the people a grand opportunity to secure bargains such as they never had before. Call early and make selections as this grand sale will oniy continue two weeks. Remember the place. TheGoldenEagle Clothing Store Post Office Block, Rock Island, Illinois. A. LOEB, Mang'r. Olivier Pain's Death Keportefl. London, June 27. A dispatch from Cairo says Uen. Wolseley has information that Olivier Pain, the French Communist aud ad venturer, who is said to have been with the Mabdi and aided as a trusted counselor or tuat prophet in ms war with t-ngiand, is dead. A telegram from Paris says Roche- tort has the same information. The Race Track. Chicago, June '29. The races at Wash ington pork Saturday resulted as follows: First race, 1 mile; Tom Martiu first, Pearl Jennings second. Lady Wayward, third ; time, 1 AO. Second race, mile; France first, Ads IX second, HaUie Carlisle third; time. Third race, IX miles; Volante first, Farm second, Trs.uha.lour third; time, 2:49$. N KW Yoiw, June 29. Coney Island races Saturday resulted: First rare, 1 mile; George Kinney first, K litor second, Thackeray third; time. Second race, mile; Choctaw first, Mani toba second, Nitot third; time, 1:31. Third raco, mile; Portland first, Th. Hard second. Electric third; time. 1:17 Fourth race, miles; Gen. Monroe first, Clonmul s eoond. Caramel third; time, 2 51. Fifth race, i miles: Herbert first. t'aniqiie second, Ktoff third; time, 1:57. ' Sixth race, '1 miles hurdle; Charley MagnA first, r.cbo wwond, Mashall third 1 1 mo. r(M. '- ' ' Sensation at a Commencement. , Atlanta, Co., June 27. A sensation was caused in the opera house Friday night by the remarks of United States Senator Brown. The occasion was the commence ment Exercises of the Atlanta bigh school and Senntor Brown was the . ora tor of tho day. ITpon the stage was the Hon. P. E. May, a prominent He brew, and two out of the five honor girt were daughters o, Hebrews. The entire He brew population of the city was present. In disregard , to their presence Senator Brown ; extolled the Christian re ligion as having elevated women from slavery and, turning to the graduates, called upon theni to be ready to suffer for Chris tianity. All this fell with strange effect upon Jewish ears, and they are outspoken in their denunciation of drawing the religious line in the public schools. THE MARKETS. J. B. ZIMMER, MERCHANT TAILOR, -OF- FI1TB WOOLENS, Is pleased to announce the completion of his Spriae and Summer stock of Choice Suit- ings,-"Surpassing r all former efforts. ' Be solicits your attention to the above, and feols satisfied that an examina tion will demonstrate to you that your interest can be faithfully served. Particular and prompt attention will be given to all orders with which you may favor him Fit BDd Workmanship unexcelled. No. 1810 Seoond Avenue, liock Island, 111. fcb-S-nly ' ' N E W GGO- RRRR OOO (XJOO F.EEF. RRRR IV g OR RO OO CF. U RV Y R ROOD OK R R T Y RROOe E RRYV g , RRRR OOO F.K RRRR YY V uu K R O O O K 11 K Y OUR R O O ! fi K R R Y OR R 8 O (J C K K R V RSSS TT1TT S 8 T O ci R B OOO OOt-'O KFItK R K 88HS H fi 8 BSHR O OOO RRRR EEEE O OR K K OR RE, OR RE O O RRRR EE O OR RE O OR RE O OR R K OOO R U EF.EB. Olivier Paiu was a French journalist, and Grst came to public notice in lSt9, when he wrote a series of articles against the empire of Louis Napoleon, lor which be was exiled, together with Henri Rochef ort and others of the French revolutionary school. Rorbefort and rain liecame much attached in their exile, and together they returned to Paris, where the empire was giving place to th commune, uuder which Rochefort be came a member of the provisional government and Pain secretary gen eral for the minister of for eign affairs. The latter, however, soon abandonned bis civil occupation for toe field, and fought bravely against the gov ernment of M. Thiers, receiving several wounds. He was finally captured, and tried by the civil authorities for the part he had taken in the commuue, but managed to es cape, though he was recaptured, tried, and transported to New (jaledonla. wnere be baa an opportunity or renewing his intimacy with Rochef ort These two planned and effected their escape together; and onoe more - returned to iFronce, en route passing through the United States from San Francisco to Chicago and Mew York. Pain is said to have been with Osman Pasha in the Kusso Turkish war, and lindor him acquired the military knowledge which be is simpoiea to bave exercised in the service of El Mabdi. Alter the fall of Plevna, Pain acted as intermediary between Oiniau Pasha and the Grand links Constantino, and In consequence came near losing his life, as the grand duke made him a prisoner for being a European in the service of the Turk. The caar, how ever, interfered in rams Denaii anu ns was released, going to Switzerland, where he advocated the assassination of his bene factor. - A great deal of the mahdrs success in bis conflict with the Egyptian and British government has been attributed to Pain's direction, but little is actually known con cerning his relations with the false prophet, whom lie is said to bave jsined about eight een months ago. Earl Spencer's Farewell Reception. Dublin, June 27. Earl Spencer, the re tiring lord lieutenant of Ireland, gave a farewell reception Saturday morning at the castle preliminary to his taking his depar ture for England, the castle was densely I thronged with members of the various de partments ot the government and numer ous friends whom the earl bad I made since his assumption of the lord lieutenancy, and who had come to wish tho retiring official "Godspeed." Speeches were made and toasts were drank and the reception passed off pleasantly. The earl made the recaption the ooeaslon for conferring the order of knighthood on Mr. Ksye, his private secretary, and ' Mr. Greene, one of the Irish land commissioners. The court yard surrounding the castle was guarded during the reception by a strong force ot police. The streets leading to the wharf are lined with military, and every precaution has been taken to prevent any outbreak or disturbance of any kind. The weather is fine with a clear sky and the sun shining brightly. Adjournment of the Illinois legislature. Springfield, June 27. The Illinois legis lature bas adjourned sine die. The closing proceedings in both houses were character ized by great confusion and uproar. A compromise on the levy bill was arranged by the conference com mittee, and ratified by both houses, making the reduction in the amount orlg inally named of $500,000. A resolution sub mitting to a popular vote a contract-labor system in the penitentiaries passed both branches. Gov. Oglesby affixed his signa ture to a number of bills. Chicago, June 27. The market Quotations on the board -of. trade to-day wre as follows: Wheat No. i June, opened b7jc, closed - Wio; -July, opened B7 !c, . closed 87c; August, opened 900, closed b9Jfc. Corn Wo. i June, opened . i-1 ... T,. 1 1 liia.' llU, VIUBW SfU, VUlj, ifjkiiou closed 4!c; August, opened 4tic, closed I o'Ke. Oat No. 2 June, opened 82Kc. closed I le; July, opened closed lUWe; I Aueust, opened cluael 'Slia. Pork I July, opened $10.25, closed August, opened 110.35, closed I10.K5; September, opened flu. so, closed flu.sVx Lard July, opened lo.00, closed tUtHH. Livestocx The Union stocx yards rp3it the following range ot Drloes: Uozs Mar ket oDened moderately active but weak, at I 5o below yesterday's closing; light grades t4.uUi24.25: rough rackiug, t3.9oui4.15: 1 haavv nackinit. t4.05tft.20. Cattle Go.! grado firm; shipping steers, t3.(X)(38.'J0; I bulk. 5. 441(35.6.); butchers, 'A4Uft$4.ttt. Sheep Weax: common to fair, A50t','1.00; good to choice. t3.60(fl!4 20. : Produce: Butter Bet creamery, lflc; fancv dairy, 14.15f; packing, oQTc per lb. Eggs best recandl-jd, llo per doz. Potatoei Snw, j.-Jjii.im ier iibi. Poultry Spring chickens IS.-; Lous, Wyjl Wsfe; roosters, 5itk' per lb. Apples I t3.SUia3.00 cr bbl. Strawberries Mich igan, 40ia)75- per lti-qt caw; Ohio, laool atort ror 32-nt case. Hay 1 timothy, tl00(13.0ii, aud upland prairie, tl0OO 12.00 par ton. - 5 New Tork. ' '. '' ' ' ' " Kew York, June 27. Wheat Dull beavv end UiaVc lower: I So. 1 white, nominal; No. a red July,! l.OOMtl.ouW: Aueust. lill(1.0'J: Seo- tember, f l.u.ji (31.000; uctooer, 4,lMc Com Dull and shade lower;! mixed western spot, .wm'-jO; do luture, 6;l)r5ts0. OaUi A sbude lower; west ern. 3K(04Jc. rrovl-ions ueei dull; newi extra, $11. 00. Pork dull; new mass. $11.00(3 1 11.50. Ijird dull ami easier; team-rendered. W.77S'. St. Louis. St. Louis, June 27. Wheat-Dull and lower; closing kfii'i'cl under yesterdav; ra s red cash, uc; July, I 7c: Augu-t, 9sic. Corn Very slow; No. I mixvl casb, 44X(S4?io; juiv, 44ic; August, Oats Hull; cash. 323j!sjC I bid: no oiitious, live Dull: iSsic bid. 1 Whisky steady; l. 13. rrovisions rort, 1 quiet; tlO.liJ. lrd fcmall lots, ?o.3J. Milwaukee. Milwaukek, Wis., June 27. Wheat Weak; Milwaukee No. ii, 8fi?ic: July, S7)c; August, 80ia Corn Steady; I Na 2. 47Vc. Oats Firm; No, a, 32 We. I Kye yuiet; Xo. I, bic. tianey steadier;! . Detroit. . House Gleaning Time. LARGE Stocl 1: ., .3 . I I I I I "5r " Prices. r; crampton & company. W. PETERSON & CO., They Stand at theHead! THE BEST SHOES For Gentleman's wear, in the World, for the money, are vuute 6y STACY, ADAMS & CO. H 0 to COMFORT, STrtK A TO DURABILITY! Auk your dealer for the Mat J, UlM V.. Bhee. These ffoodi aie made ot the beat French and llo. mestie stock, K sntrsroo tops, in hand and machine mewt-A, in CONQHR88, BUTTON and LACE. nd EVERY PAIB WARRANTED. btifclion is guaranteed everyone that wean the Stacy, Adams tt Co. bhoe. Bold everywhere br flrat-elaaa dealeia. Q No. 1818 Second Ave., Rock Island. mar 19-dw3m . Standing of th League CInbs. 1 CHICAGO, ' June 27. The positions of the first four clubs in the league base ball strug gle ' remains toe same as last week. The Bostons have jumped from seventh to fifth place, and the St. Louis team has dropped a peg. " The schedule is as follows: Chicago, games won, 33, games lost 8' New York. won 81, loet 8; Providence, won 20, lost 13; Philadelphia, won 21, lost 19; Boston, won J6, lost 24; St Louis, won 13, lost 26; Buf falo, won 11, lost 2t; Detroit, won 7, lost 33. Mexican Editors in Chicago. Chicago, June 27. The Mexican editors' excursion arrived from St Louis (Saturday morning. They were met at the depot by the reception committee and driven to the Palmer house, where breakfast was served. Mayor Harrison welcomed the editors, who then took carriages for Washington park to witness the races. At night they attended the opera, after which they were tendered a reception by the Press club. f -Latest News from th. Hand!. Cairo, June 2T. A deserter from the force of rebels besieging K&ssala has been taken prisoner and brought to Massowah. Me says the rebels are very abort of provis ions and there is much sickness among them. When he left them they-were seriously con sidering a proposition to the beleagured gar rison for a cessation of hostilities upon coa lition that they should be allowed to with draw, without being pursued. Detroit, June 27. Wheat Dull: No. I whits. fls-;S.SKc cash; nothing doing in July. 97c August; voftc Ewjiwmwr; iso. a, roj, as-o cabn; St9Vc asked July; Wc bid August; tl.OOU September; iNo. 3 red. lc nominal. Cora No. 2, 48c nominal cash ; 48'c July. Oats No. 2 white, STXc; No. 3. 34Xa stfic cash; 34c mn July. Toledo. Toledo. June 27. Wheat Dull but firm: Na 2 red cash and June, Ul'u; July, 91s;c; August, !n; iScptember, 95o; October, 0Uc: No. 2 soft 87rf'Ac. Corn Dull and easy: Na 2 red cash and Jane, 4c; July. 48jc; August, 49c; September, 4:Jj(c. Oats yuiet; Na 4 Ha . . cnicAQo. Opening. . .Severe Storm In Wisconsin. Milwaukee, Wis., June 29. The rail and thunder storm that passed over this city Friday night was the worst known in yean. Half a dozen bouses were struck by light ning, and considerable damage was done, but thus far no fatalities have; been ported. Dispatches from all parts ot the slate report that the storm was unusually severe, and the damage, in the aggregate, is very heavy. Article. ts b't tune July Angast Spt. COKH June July August tteut. Oats Jute July August Scut. Pork June July August , Sent. LaRB June July ' Anirnft Sent. 1 Ribs June . July AUUfct Sept. Hoffs-34.400; liebt, 4 004 ?5; mixed. 3 90a4 00; heavy, 4 0Sa4 IS. - ROCK ISLASD. uats !c - Hay Timothj $8.(0 Slav Wiki-$5 .Oil. Vom 41k:. Potatoes 4(lc, Onioni Wc. . . v fswl Soft 13: hard 8 50. Cord wood $4 00. Straw- -15. 01) ... 87i 8Si 91?, 46H 4(1 SJ 10 ST -10 so - 660 6 70 6 HO 5 jf Closing. siiii 46si 4H1i ErJ'i 86 10 37 ' 10 4T 6 60 6 70 6 0 5 . 5 85 b 47 5 55 ALASKA'S REFRIGERATORS, Climax Cook Stoves, . Monitor Oil Stoves, Rapid Ice Cream Freezers Water Coolers, &c -AT- WILLARD BAKER & CO.'S Opposite Harper House. 6. 95 THE M. MAGRUM, Proprietor, Second Avenue, - ;,-; Opp. Harper House. flfThe -'Tivou" has lately been transforaed into a Palace equaling in every respect the fines saloons in Chicago and surpassing aaythlngiu the three cities. A number of trans operated by machinery for keeping the air cool iM one of the leading feature, of the place. The Liquid Refreshments dispensed at thin establishment ie in keeping with ita grand improve ment. An elegant lunch served every morning. All klnde of Sandwiches Jun-7 d6m : rf. served on short notice. Forest Fires In Haine. Augusta, Me., June 24V Forest fires con tinue to rage in the Dead river region. It is estimated that the damage already will ex ceed 1W),000. Many camps have been burnsd. It is feared that the now. and ex tensive dam at Long falls wil! be destroyed. PURE 19 THF ABSOLUTE Choice Brands of Minnesota and Winter Wheat Flour, Good Dairy and Creamery Butter, Cotton Mopa, Minn., Potatoes, Vegetables, &c, at C. iX. XjOISTO-'S, Cor. Nineteenth Street and Second Avenue. pl-tdem THOS. IP. CARY, Is p-epared to do nil kinds of work in Plain and Decorative Paper Hanging and Kalsomiuing. A complete stock of Wall Paper, Curtain Fixtures, Cornice Poles and Room Mouldings. Mixed Paints alwuys on liand. W Al, a full Hue of Art Oooda and Artists' Materials. Leason given In Painting and French tmbmniery Work. Embroidery Silks, fords and Fancy Woods wincn arc soia at cione figures ; call and test prices of work. 1813 Second Avenue, ROCK ISLAND. ILL. JACOB OHLWEILER, Jr., --KICrAIIe BALB IN- Wines, Liquors, Beer and Cigars, No. 309 Twentieth Street. Wree Lunch every morning and every Baturduy evening. , may 7 dlr T'U UAVIb. B. 8. DAVIS DAVIS & COv rlumbers, Gas ! Steam Fitters, A Complex Stock of Pipe and Fittings tip to 8-Inch. , all Kama aw k. vS Brass Goods." Packing, Hose. PUMPS, ; SEWER FIFE, FIRE BRICK, ETC soli aaxom ton Deane Steam Pumps py Eclipse, Wind Mills Gold's Safety Heating Boilers. Cot- Burnaby's political Novel. London, June B7. It is said that Col Fred Burnaby, who was killed at the battle ot Aim Kins, lad January, left the com plete manuscript of a political novel, which his executors have linullv determined to publish. The work contains fl-rce and merciless criticisms upon certain of th author's political adversaries, and ita bitter nrraigunient of the Liberal policy in Egypt has an additional sting now that Its author has been killed in one of the usele.-s battles caused by that policy. The removal of the Liberals from power is said to have caused the exeoutors to decide upon the publication of the book, which is sure to cause both a political and a literary sensation. Emperor William Not 111. Ems, June 27. The rumors put iu circula tion regardin;; the sicknesi of it,mp9ror William of liormany are pronoimced to l utterly baseless. Tue e rumors, it is as serted, are started on several bourses by speculator.! with a view, of affecting the price of shares. The Emperor William is not only not sice, but, instead, na aruiKS tne waters, takes the baths, has long drivo, aud transacts, in addition, bis usual busi ness. The Deadly First-Damp. Berlin. June 27. A terrific explosion of fire-dump occurred Saturday morning in a coal mine at Dudweiler, in Rbeiuish 1'iussia, near rlaarbruck. Eighteen miners have thus I far lieeu taken out dead. The number of lives lost is not yet known. The wives and children of the entombed minors have gath ered at the mouth of the pit Tho scenes are heartrending. ' Rescuing parties are at work. , : Rebellion Against Chinese Bute. -St Pkterrbuku, June HI. Advices from TasbEend, in Asiatic Russia, show that the rebellion : aeainat Uniueso rule in tninese Turkestan is spreading. In Kashger tbela- i borers have risen. The last accounts received from Kashger state that the insurgents had killed all the Chinese officials and native overseers, aad had cut on all communica tion with tbe interior of China. ' The Cholera in Spain.1? Madrid. June HI. In the ' province of Valencia, on Thursdav. there were 534 new cases of cholera and 258 deaths, " , The srovernor of California has recently selected a site for tbe Bute hotel at Yo- imite Falls. It is to be built try ne xu, and will coat 75,000. - , ;- Tour system is now more susceptible to the benefits of a reliable medicine than at any other season. Take Hood s Darsa- Tbe Chicago Board of Trade. Chicago. June Si During the months I of July and August, tbe Chicago board o! I trade halL as decided at an election Friday, will not be opened for business on Mondays until 10:3) a. m. On other business days, with tbe exception of tbe first business day of a now month, the opening hour will be V :30 a. m. Bringine; Home the Kenialns. Washinotom Crrr, June 29. The mains of Capt. Phelps, lata United State I minister to l'ern, bave been embalmed, and I will be brought to Washington in charge of I tbe naval attache of the legation at Lima. McCuiloufh CrowluK Kapldly Worse. NEW Vobk, June 29. John McCullougb I returned from Philadelphia Friday. Hit I frieuds say that be is growing worse so rap- I idly that the increased weaknesi. ot , his I mind can easily be noted. . .- t J A Railroad Sold. Cincinnati, June 29. The Cincinnati Northern railroad was sold Saturday fof (200,000 to A. D. Winslow, of this city, rep resenting the first mortgage holder. Off for Europe. New York, June 29. The Hon. A. B. Hewitt, Recorder Smyth and Miss Emma Abbott were passengers by the Aurania, which sailed for Europe Saturday. , The leather product.' ott this country reaches 1200,000,000 per annum. . NECESSITY OF HEALTH. BLOOD been , THE marvellous results ot Hood's 8ae- bapabilla upon all humors and low conditions, ot the blood (as w prov en by the cures effected! Y prove It the best BLOOD MED- N IC1NE. Such has been the sue- Qo cess of tills article at home that near ly every family- in X wholeneiph- CP taking it at ' Ay It eradicates V i u. m jf thereby restoring Ing; the whole sys- f Sabsapakilla purl- M U1UUU. X1UW S OAlUiA- 1 curesuyspepsia. uooa s rvJ pakilla cures blUous- ROCK ISLAND TRUNK FACTORY No. 1809 Second Avenue. v ' Manufacturers of all kinds of Trunks, Traveling Bags, Sample Cases. tSTREPAIRING DONE.I -- " -1 1V1 rji w ii..4 1) jij MOSr PERFECT; MADE ft Prepwed by a pliysiclMi with ipedal regard iobeftlth. 'Uo Ammonia, Lime or Alum. ' t ft "tractors for furnishing and laying Water,Gas and Sewer Pipe were's Blook 1712 First A.venue5 Mourn, Tt.t, ' , 4 Root 1bahd; lilt Mirli ' " ' Sot lee to Dog Owners- Crrr Marshal's Office, Rock lsa-AKD, June 18, 1885. Notice is hereby given to owners of docs to register and pay the taJ now due. All owners of dogs are re quested to pay their lax without delay to the city marshal at his office, as the ordi nance in relation to dogs will be enforced to the full extent of the law. Louis V. Eckhart, tf City Marshal. . :y At'the'Davenpoet '. Business College; !-.,.! v '' - . .'.J,. M 3 Jmi-as-dly Book KiKriNO, Kapio Calculatios, ConmnciAL Law., Phokoorapht, - Trri WaiTiaa, . TlLXGOAPHT. r DUNCAN A HAWKS, Pron trs. borlioods have the same time scrofula, vital e -the-blood and renovat- tcm. Hood's fies the PAiULLA &AESA- fsy PAKILLA cures ness. Oc' A peculiar point In Hood's SAit- A sAPABLLLAis that It builds jip, andr: stisjngthenst the; system," while it eradicates' disease, and as nature's great assistant proves Itself invaluable as a pro tection from- diseases that originate in changes of the seasons, of climate aud of , me. . SCROFULA. , 135 Howard Street, (',, Loweix, Mass., Jan. 17. ( . Messrs. C. T. Uooo & Co.ticntlemen " I have used HooD's SARSAPARiiXA inmy family tor scrofulous liunior, with wonderful success, and am happy to tell you that it is the best medicine we.ever used. - I do sin- cerely advise- any one who is troubled with scrofula to give this valuable remedy a trial, and assure them they will not be disappoint ed. - Very truly yours, (Coburn Shuttle Co.) . C. C. PICKEEIN& " Hood's Sarsaparilla Is sold by all Drug gists. Price (l per bottle;" six for S. Pre. ' pared by C.I. HOOD & CO.. Lowell, Mass. PAEK & ELLIS, Boots, Shoes, Rubbers.&c All I be Leading Blylcs aud Hakes lu Men's, Women's, Misses, Boy's, Youth's , , and Children's Goods. tyCome and sec ns. JDowato Starvation Prices. The pnblic, we think, has hai enough "Cheap shoes" and are ready for good Shoos, cheap. 1 704 Second Avenue. w H. RAMSKILL, MM MMFERKRRRR tXJCO H H MMMMF. . ,H RO CH H HMMMF II KO H H M M M M KKR RRRK C IIH1111 MMMMR R Rl! H II MHMMK' R RO OH . HA M M II KERF. R K COCO U HA No. 1603 Second Ayenue, . IVFine rite a Specialty. A KN HTTTTT AA N N N T A A N N N T A A N N T A A A N N N T AN n N T AN UN T TTTTT T T T T T A 111. AA II L A A II L A A II L AAA ill. A A II I. OOO RRRR O OR K O OR R 11 11 RRRK O OR R O OR R AUIXUX OOO It ROCK ISLAND, ILL. U1. S. SOUTHARB -Manufacturer and Dealer iu- UPHOLSTERED FURNITURE, . MATRASSES AND PICTURE FRAMES. , Also Dealer in Mirrors Cornish Poles, Curtain Fixtures, Mouldings, Etc., tSTPricis lower than the lowest ' ' ' Treman's Block, opp. Uommercial Hotel. HALF-CENT A -WORD. : ' : ' i Tbc Ahods hereafter wi'l Dublish in this col- nmn all alvertisemenw of Lost, Found. For Rent. I For Sale, Bosrd or Kooroe. : Wanted, and si mi lax f notices, at the low rate ot one-half a cent a word. I each figure a word, ,uut n dertisemeBt less I man ten cents. . r - TUB SALS old DAoer for sale in anv onantitv I at tnia omce, cneap. . FOR 8 ALB Sixty lots in my additions "to the! city ot Koca isiana oa lour yearly payment, with I iltbercBt ai bia uer bcub uer axiuuiu. d-6-m - ' " B. Davbitpoiw. 1 WANTED. Ladles and gentlemen in citr or country wishin to ears ffl to V day at their own homes : no canvasetagpwoiit fornished and sent by mall moyr dirtence. For particulara- address wiui eump. tula J'ALIziiU-liuiu CO., M Wf I ita i.viuctnnau, u. . .... M , . . m SCHOOL ELECTION. . Notice Is hereby given that on Tuesday the 30th I day of June, lHHfi. at the Wideawake Hose Hoase, I (Court Hoase Square) in the city of Rock Island, I an election will ue held lor ; , . One Member of the Board of :JACOB RILEY, it ... i ' .-Dealer and Importer In - Marble and Granite Monumentis. tJTSpecial Designs f urnished on application. Correspondence solicited, ' - ' VTorVslWnd Office on East 17tb. St., opposite P. O.. Ipiw-v: '-',: "'. I Rock Island, HI. , , J. T. DESOISJ , , MERCH ANT ' TAILOR, And:Dealet in Mens' Fine Woolens, 1706 Second avenue. Dov4tHUy : EXCHA-ISTGE HALL. Education,.! which election will be opened at eight o'clock the morning aud continue open uoiiiseven o 'clot- in the aiternoou ot tnat day. THOMAS MURDOCK, Mayor. Bock bland, IU. , Jane 18th, 1W5. dtd , .: RUDOLPH SOHWECKE, . SALOON And BILLIARD HALL, v Below the C. U. I. & P. Depot, Moline Ave., Rock Island, HI. Imported and Domestic Beer and Wine, Fine Li boon aud Cigars slwayi oa hand, JunSO-ly 1 1 ' , i .1 1 , t - 15 t n i- .