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SLAM) ESTABLISHED OCT. 18, 1851 VOLUME XXX111 NO 221. ROCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY, JULY 15, 18S5. i HELD FOR THE PEOPLE amusement on sunday. The AKGUS. K THE THE MARKETS. THIRTY MILLION ACRES OF PUBLIC DOMAIN. Hallway Indemnity Lands Declared Sub ject to Settlement Minnesota Pine Lands To l!e Kept Out of Spec ulators Hands Notes. GOLDEN EAGLE two I. V C L l) (I. I! L i; L : L I' ci. OOO TTTTTH O O T O O T O O T O O T O O O O O ooru LI.L1.L OOO HI1NN H H II N N 11 HIIN N M HIIN N ItUHHIlN N HIIN BUN HUN HUN N lititl NO O N W N i N U N N O tSO N N U li ,N N M () mn not; SSSS TTTTT OOO RRRR FFKK S 8 T O OR T T T T T T T S H SSSS s N 8 S SUNS R K OR R K OR KK O RRRR K.K OK K K 8R RK R KK OOO R mtKKlt Commencin ANNOUNCE, l Mom, Tuesday, July 7, THE ANNUAL JULY CLEARING SALE. Goods have been MARKED DOWN throughout every department in our vast establishment to figures which will absolutely compel sales. Pay us a visit and judge for yourseli. The Golden Eagle Clothing Store A. LOEB, Mang'r. Post Office Block, Rock Island, Illinois. J. B. ZIMMBR, MERCHANT TAILOR, -OF- IFIISTIE "WOOLENS, Is pleased to announce the completion oi his Spring and Summer stock of Choice Suitings,--"Surpassing all former efforts." He solicits your attention to the above, and feels satisfied Ihat 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 and Workmanship unexcelled. No. 1810 Second Avenue, Rock Island, 111. fi.h-f.-iMY " :n" m w l.lili O (1 Klllllt I text OOCC F.V.V.K RRRR S Y SSSS h R O O V O K R R Y Y S S K K O ( O C K R K Y Y S K K O O V K R K Y Y S KRRR O O C HE RRRR YY SS.vS K R O O O K R K Y S RROOOCR RRY S RRWOOOK RKY 8 IS R R OOO OCCO EF.EK E B T SSSS TTTIT T T T T T . T T T OOO TtRKR FF.F.E O Ok R K II OR K K o OR R K O u RRRR FE O O R R F. O O It R K O OR R K OOO K R FEFK Washington City, July 15. hni Com missioner rlparks has addressed a letter to the register and receiVer of the land office at WaUa Walla, of Washington terri tory, which is in effect a de cision ' withdrawing indemnity limits along nearly every land-graut railroad in the United States. It affects not less than 30.000,000 acres, as estimated by the land office authorities. OI this, 12,000,000 belong to the Northern Pacific, in whose limits the test case rose. A like amount is affected along the Atlantic & FaciHc, 3,000, 000 along the Southern Pacific, and a,000,000 along the Texas Pacific. Every land grant in Minnesota is affected by the decision. The railroads have had some income and not a little advantage by the maintenance of indemnity limits reserving from public settlement large bodies of land lying parallel to their grants. The effect was to compress settlement within the granted land and so snbance their value. At the same Jtime the roads have been in the habit of selling their waiver to the indemnity lands whenever a settler wanted to settle on them bad enough to buy it. Besides these still otter advan tage were possible in deferring selection of "lictr lands, as they are called. In some rases rich lands have been held out of the market for twenty-five years under the claims of railroad. Ob viously they had increased a great deal in value. The decision, it maintained, will compel the railroads to select their "lien" lands promptly, and not allow them to wait and reject poorer grades of land in their grants, and select in lieu of it the best in the indemnity grants. It is net unlikely that this action on the part of the general land otllce will greatly stimulate emigration anotberiyear. Commissioner Sparks has considered the request of a lawyer, W. H. Standish, of Bartlett D. T., that all the pine lands in Minnesota be immediately withdrawn from sale to await 'the enactment of a law which will enable the settlers instead of the speculators to secure them. The official to whom the subject was referred finds that there is no law which will au thorize the interior department to with draw these lands from sale as suggested. The commissioner of the land office, how ever, is determined that these lands shall not go into the hands of speculators. The bill which Standish presented will be con sidered and probably a bill be framed in the department to be submitted to the pres ident and sent to congress intended to ac complish this object The bill will be gen eral and not limited in its application to the state of Minnesota as the Standish bill is. Within a short time some of the prominent pine-land speculators have been here urging the department to put some of the pine lands upon the market This probably will not be J one. Some More Dolphin News. Warhisgtos Crrr, July 15. When Mr. Roach was intrusted with the building of of the dispatch boat Dolphin his contract called for ten paj menta, the last one to be ma te when the government finally accepted the ship. In this way be received within a tew dollars of t3uo,oou. being ia,uuu less man the contract price of the vessel. Admiral Simpson, president of the naval advisory board, in reply to interrogatories on the subject of the recent opinion of Attorney General Garland respecting the Uolphm, said that the opinion was based entirely on the report of the commissioner appointed to tost the vessel, without consulting the ad visory board, and that the board had com plete I and sent to the secretary oi tne navy a reply to that report A dispatch from New or says sonator Gorman, speaking of the matter, said: "The opinion of Attorney Geueral Garland on the Djlphiu, which I have just glanced over, is a most remarkable cue. It is broa.1 and sweeping very broad and sweeping. Under that opinion the govern ment will never be able to mate a contract I wit'j a private citiun. I presume Mr. Roach will fight Ha will have to fight or be driven ou tne sea ana out oi outli ne's." Mrs. Bayard Much Better. Washington City, July 15 Mrs. Bay ard's condition was so much better Tue-day morning that the secretary felt it was safe f..r him to come to Washington and attend the meeting or the cabinet Ha returned to I Wilmington in the afternoon. Big Bow Kicked Cp Over Small Game ol Tennis. New York, July 15. Mr. George D. Han kins, a merchant of this city, has a pretty summer residence in South Orange. It is surrounded by spacious and well-kept grounds, which ad join the parsonage of the Presbyterian church. The church is almost opposite, and the neighborhood is generally considered to be the quietest and most aristocratic in that town of fine suburban residences and beautiful summer retreats. On Sun day last Mr. Hankins had several visitors from this city, and to amuse them he arranged a lawn tennis match. Five men and one young lady participated, and crowds of people gathered at the fence to watch the game. The church peo ple were shocked, and a meeting of the official board was held early in the afternoon to protest against the pub lic desecration of tlie Sabbath. A member of the church committee is also one of the town trustees. The meeting appointed him to go over and stop the game. He strode over to the Hankins domain and btated his mission. Mr. Hankins was very indignant at what be considered an unwarranted intrusion both on bis rights and his grounds. Angry words ensued, and the church member re treated from the lawn. He applied to Justice O'Reilly, who in turn referred him to the tmard of trustees of the vil lage. Chairman Taylor, of the com mittee, ordered Officer Dunn ti look into the matter and stop the playing. Dunn went with Mr. Melville to Mr. Hankins' house and found the players resting on the settees. Mr. Hankins told the officer that ho had a right to play on his own grounds, and declared that he would do so in sjrite of any orders. Melville ordered the officer to arrest Hankins, but the discreet guardian refused to do so without a warrant Dunn then withdrew and went to the police committee, who told him that he must arrest Hankins if he persisted in playing after be was ordered to desist. Dunn then went back and read a copy of the ordinance to Mr. Hankins. The latter, after bowing the officer to the gate, told him that he should not regard the ordinance in . the least An excited crowd was watching from the street dur ing the controversy, and as soon as the offi cer departed the players continued to toss the ball. The church members propose to have the matter tested in the courts. Chioaqo, July 14. ' The market quotations on the board of trade to-day were aa follows: Wheat No. 'i July, opened 87e, closed 8T$c; August, opened and doled SSo; September, opened tfu&o, closed 0Xc. Corn-No. 2 July, opened 40, closed 4tic; August, opened iMU. olrand 4i Wo - HsDtsmber. oDened 46ko. closed 40a Oats Ra 8 July, opened B3e closed Sl&c; August, opened I r, y-.n AXfnTfWT P, PAXinAXU Ifookert a British Lord. IiONPON, July 15. St George's Episcopal church, Hanover square, was filled Tues day morning with a fashionable and aristo cratic audience, to witness the ceremony of uniting in the bonds of wedlock Lord Vernon and Miss Fannie Lawrence, daughter of Mr. Francis O. Lawrence, of New York. Among the notables present were Uniteu Mates Minister lueips ana wife, the duke and duchess of Bacclanch, Earls Hardwieko, Granville, Wemyiss, Stanhope'nnd Kosebery and wives, the earls of Cork, Lichfield and Kingston and ladies, Sir William Vernon Harcourt and Lord Hartington. llacos at Monmouth Fark. Lonu Branch, July 15. The following were the winners at Tuesday's racing here: First race, mile; Peru Colt first, Fraun second, Letretia third; time, 1:18. Second race, 1 mile; Valley Forge first, Choctaw second. Duplex third; time, 1:40. Third race, 1 miles; Favor first Decoy Duck second, Boatman third; time, 2: Hi's). Fourth race, 1 1-lli miles; Little Minch first, Forester second, Whizes third; time. Fifth race, 1 miles; Bally first. Mar shall second, Charley Epp3 third; time, 2-57. the following ran of price. Hogs Market strong and active, and iota loo b packers and shippers buying freely; light grades $4.354.o; rough packing, J-LUjitf V.- heavv Dackina-. S4.25d4.50. Cattle- Slow; natives, 4.7o5S.O0; butchers, $2,000 4.50; Texans, I2.90ijj4.00; stackers, 12.90(2) 4..V. Sheep Steady; common, f 1.7510 1 2.75: eood. Sa00t4.25. Produce: Butter best creamery, lSXo; fancy dairy, 14(gl5e; packing, oxalic per lh F.I7CTI lOulUc tier doz. Potatoes I New, $1.0001.50 per bbL Poultry Spring chickens. 12Wi214c: old bens, VuSi'Hc. and roosters, 5i0j per lb. Apples $3.50(2 1 5.00 ner bbl; green apples, 2.l40c tier box. Berries Black raspberrioi $ 50(43.00 per 32-qt cae; red raspberries, $1.00 per 24 pts; blueberries, $1.00 per ltt-qt case; blackberries, $'i.5O04.5O per 24-qt case; gooseberris. $1.00 per 10-qt case: strawber ries, 7oc(iiH 00 per lo-qt case. Hay No. I timothy, $13.50(j$14.50, and upland prairie, $00(212.00 per ton. Mew Tork. Nw York, July 14. Wheat Opened heavy and lower, afterward strengthened and recove.ed from . . l x: . i i.o. me uecnii: uwio umiv. . nominal; No. 8 red July, 99ic; do August, $1.00V3l.0l;doSeptomber,$1.02VJl.l2s do October, $l.04ill.t4. Corn a'ic lower and dull; mixed western spot, 4'.ujsi;; future, 5254-o. Oats A shade stronger and quiet; western, 3ti(j43c. Provisions- Beef, dull; new extra, $11.00. Pork, steady; new mess, $11.0011.50. Lard (juiet and easier; steam-rendeied, $tl. bi. St. Louis. St. Louu, July 14. Wheat Active, but very unsettled; opened tLa off, advauced a, then fluctuated and closed Ms below yesterday; No. 2 red cash, $1,0101.03, closing $L00H nominal; July 1.00 bid; Au gust, $1.00X; (September, $1.01. Corn Very slow and easy; cash and July, 44c; Augu-i ;c, nominal. un Cash nominal; August. 24g24Vc Rye Dull; 54c bid. Whisky Steady; $1.13. Provisions Pork, stronger; $10.50. Lard, small lots sold JG.32. Milwaukee. Milwaukkb, Wis., July 14. Wheat Dull; Milwaukee No. 2, Stl'io; August, 83c; Septemper, 90Jc. Corn Steady; No. 2, 47c. Oats Steady; No. 2 32c. Rye Dull; No. 1, 5Sc. Bailey Un- ;ed; No. 2 nominal Toledo. ALASKA'S REFRIGERATORS, Climax Cook Stoves, Monitor Oil Stoves, Rapid Ice Cream Freezers Water Coolers, &c, -AT- WILLARD BAKER & COS Opposite Harper House. ctaangw THE "TIVOLI,' M, MAGRUM, Proprietor, Second Avenue, - Opp. Harper House. 3TTbe 'Ti"tom" has lately boon transformed Into a Palare equaling lu every respect the fines ttaloouain Chicago and pun muring anything in the three citif. A number of Kant operated by machinery fur keeping die air ctxil in one of tne leading fcatnreH of the place. The Liquid Kef reh menta dlnpeuoed at tliie eUllihnient is in keeping with its grand improve ment. An elegant lunch served every morning. All kinds of Sandwiches jun-7 dCm served ou short notice. 95 Toledo, July 14. Wheat Dull and firm; No. 2 red cash and July, 03c; Augu-t, 93t'c; .September. 95e; Uctuher, yt)6c; Na 2 soft, $1. Corn (juiet and su-ady; No. 2 cash and July, 4 Ho; August. 4!ie bid; Spptember, 4Uc bid. Oats Dull; No. 2 cash, u4c asked ; August, 27o bid; September, 2ti(c bid. Dstrolu Detroit. July 14 Wheat Easier; No. 1 white. ttSj cash, July aud August; No. 2 red, 87c cash and July; OTjtc, Aucust; Vic, September; No. 3 red, S'J.' bid. Cora No. 2. 4tc cash and July. Oate-Na 2 white, S7c; No. 2, 8ijf asked cash; Sic, July. CU1CAGO. Openin?. closing Choice Brands of Minnesota and Winter Wheat Flour, 0iw.fi Dairy and Creamery Butter, Cotton Mops. Minn., Potatoes. Vegetables, fcc, C. J". L02STC3-'S, Cor. Nineteenth Street and Second Avenue. nl H-ilCm at THOS, IF- GABY, la p-eparpd to do all kinds of work in Plain and Decorative Paper Ilanging and Kalsominiiig. A complete stock of Wall Paper, Curtain Fixtures, Cornice Poles and Room Mouldings. Mixed . Paints always ou band. TA1 a full line of Art floods and Artists' Materisls. Lc..on eiren in Painting and French linitm.ukry Work. Emhroidcry Silks, Cords and Fancy Goods which are solo at close figures; call and test prices of work. 1813 Second Avenue, ROCK ISLAND. ILL. JACOB OHLWEILER, Jr. RETAIL DEAIER IN Wines, Liquors, Beer and Cigars, HPFrra Lunch every morning and every Saturday evening No. 309 Twentieth Street. may7diy T-B l.AVIS. 8. S. DAVI8 D AVIS & CO., Plumbers, Gas 1 Steam Fitters. a Complete Stock of Pipe and Fittings up to 8-Inch. AlX KINDS Or r-n i- .... jf. it" u u if niUi'- 1 Brass Goods, Packing, Hose. PUMPS, SEWEIl 1'ITE, FIEE BRICK, ETC. SOLS POB Deane Steam Pumps Eclipse Wind Mills, Gold's Safety Heating Boilers. Contractors for furnishing and laying Water ,Gas and Sewer Pipe ueere's Blook. Kouhb, III. -Mwli 1712 First A. venue Rocx IaLAiro, lu. Kxplraion and Fire la Gotham. New Yokk, July 15. A sudJon explosion occurred in the basemont ot Schle -singer & Ca's wholesale liquor house, in the base ,.i,t of B-2 end 04 Liberty street, at 2:15 o'clock Tuesday afternoon. The shork shook the building; from its foundation to tlieeiuhtk story. Windows were t-roken, and everything in the building was turned upside down. Flames quickly lolloweo, and soon the building was filled with fire and smoke. A. H. Leman, the super intendent of Schlessinger's. place, was in the buaement and was severely injured in the head. He fled hastily, leaving his clothing, money, etc.. behind. William Kelly, a member of hook and ladder No. 10, fell from h ladder and seriously injured his arm. The Are denartinsnt was promptly on hand, aud jv S o'clock the flames were under control, "he cause of the explosion te not known. etter Finish Him Before He Oete Out. New York. July 15 Bernard Carney, who has served one term for killing his own brother, and who last month stabbed his wife thirteen timea, pleaded guilty to assault m the first degree Tuesday in the court of geueral session". When tent to prison the lust time he swore ne wouia 1111 uu wu. and in court he said: "I'll finish her wnen i iret out tui-i time." He will be sentenced to ten years in state's prison on Thursday. Sheridan on Hie Way to the Front. Wichita, Kan., July 15. Gen, (Sheridan, Gen. Miles, CoL tSberidan, and Maj. sor bin, of Miles staff, passed through here at 8 a. m., Tuesday, en route ior rori, ivuuu. They will reach the front vv eanotuay at noon. Everything is quiet here. Another detachment of troop want through for I Crosslield Tuesday forenoon. A Brnte Who Should Hans; Promptly. IjOUISVHXK, Ohio, July 15. David Con ger, a fanner near here, killed his wife with an ax Sunday in the presence of their six children. The woman had remonstrated with htm for throwing water on one of their children. The jail has to be strongly guarded to prevent Conger from being lynched. Death of tbe House Doorkeeper. Louisvtllb. Ky.. July 15. -James G. WinterBinitb, doorkeeper of the national hou of representatives, died at the resi dence of his parents in this city Tuesday ft..-iini-n. after a raiuful illness, aged 3d years. "That tired feeling" from which you suffer so much, particularly in the morn ing, is entirely thrown off by Hood'g Sar-saparilla. R W. Hurst represents the leading! American and Foreign Insurance Co's . Policies carefully written at current rates. established 1874.' Office over Bock Island National Bank. VAfia Vmnhartna'. House numbers, in a variety of styles, for sale at mt shop. No. 1615 Third av Made a Slight Change in the Crime. Halifax, N. S., July 15. Edward With ers, a clork in the Halifax custom house for several years, shot his daughter, aged 18, and then himself at his residence, Quinpool road, Tuesday morning. They are both dead. Withers had not beeu considered of sound mind by many of his acquaintances for some time past. Shot His Wife for Flirting. Jefkerhonvh.i.e, IiiJ., July 15. Albert Ross, who was married here on June ', Isst, shot bis wife aud then himself at 9:80 Tuesday morning. Koss died almost in stantly; his wife is seriously injured, but may "recover. The cause was jealousy. Mrs. K'iss was 2j, pretty, anl rather fond of flirting. Itcvislns Webster's llictlonary. Nkw Haven, Conn., Julv 15. Webster's I dictionary is beins revised by President I Porter, of Yale, assisted by Professor R. O. Williams D.Tsey (iardnar, Frederick S. Alien, Lucius W. Fitch, and a gnntlenian named Campbell. The work has baen car riod on with great secrecy. Article. We'T July Ain.'iist Sfll. Oct. Cor .lulr AuiMlst Si'lil. Oct. Oats July August Sept. Oct. Por.K .Inly Atiiiet Seit. Oct. luitD July An trust Scil. Oct. Ribs July August Sept . Oct. 111 35 111 40 10 50 i 75 C !ii 5 111) 5 5 SU 10 35 It' 55 111 55 & 7-1 5 (!5 Iloirs 1S.(W: light, 4 4'i.i4 75; mixed. 4 Wa4 S5; Heavy. 4 lus4 w 1KX-K ISLAND. i sts :14c Hay Tim.illn $S 00. lay Wild fS IW. live ."sir. 'nrn 45c. ''utatoes Uc. Onions !Hk Coal Soft 11 ; haid fS rl, t'ord wtNid ft i. giraw- -fs.wt. ROCK ISLAND TRUNK FACTORY No. 1S09 Second Avenue. Manufacturers of all kinds of Trunks, Traveling Bags Sample Cases. E2TREPAIRING DONE. PAEK & ELLIS, Have just received for Midsummer trade, a very choice line of Ladies, Misses and Cbildrens Low Shoes and Slippers, nought at a clearing out sule. We can sell them at less than Wholesale prices. lT Alo a larxe assortment of Soft Kid nd Serge Csiters lur old ladies, or tender feet. 1 704 Second Avenue. tSTome and see us. wl. RAMSKILL, Ijirlbquake at Calrntta. CaLrrTTA, July 15 An earthquake shock of several seconds duration occurred here Tuesday morning, badly shaking the buildings and doing more or les3 damage. The shock caused great consternation amonc tbe people, but fortunately no one was injured. Small Wheat Crop In Illinois. Springfield, Ills., July 15. A monthly j bulletin of the crop prospects, issued Tues day, by the state board of agriculture, for July, claims that We preceding bulletins. predicting a small yield, of wheat, are veri fied, and that the crop for 1SS5 will be very snialL Another Body Found. Buffalo, July 15. The body of Frank J. White, the companion of Professor Rruton, on the WTetkod yacht Phantom was found in the Niagara river below the whirlpool rapids Tuesday morning. The Visible Supply. Chicago, July 15. Tbe visible supply of graiu iu the United .Stales and Canada is as follow-: Wheat, 40,044,7: bushels; corn, 5,9SS,U27 bushels; oats, 2,707,212 bushels; ryo, 2!0,lly bushels; barley, 111,75! bushels. Advice-i received by the war department from Indian territory say the disaffected Indians are becoming qubt, aud a peaceful solution of the pendinj difficulties is prob able. . The nalace which the city of Marseilles presented to Napoleon III, is now used as a cholera hospital. There are 250 disabled ex-confederate soldiers in the poor houses of North Car olina. HOOD'S ftARSAPARULA Works through the Wood, regulating, ton;" and imigoraliug all the luuclious of tho body. Ringworm Humor and Salt-Rheum. KAYNHAM. Mass.. Aug. 12, 1878.' C.I.HooD&i'o.t Gentlemen- 1 have had ringworm humor and snlNrhenm so badlv that my body was covered with raw sores; so. also, my head and lace. 1 have had any nuinueroi oneiuis m mo m. years, and none of them could cure me. One Say mv mother w as in the cilyof Taunton, and found one of your cook books, and in reading it I found many people testifying to cures from the useot your Sarsapanlla and Olive Ointment. 1 lelt forced to Iry it, although 1 had seen many things advertised that never did me any good. I have now taken two small bottles and one large one ol barsaparilla. and used three boxes of Oint ment. I now call myself cured. othii'S ran be seen of the humor but the dim out lines ol the sores. 1 shall take two mora bottles, and then the cure will be complete. laWE:lteMT:WHlTMAN. Biliousness, Sick Headache. PrrrsFreLD, Mass. Messrs. C. I. noon & Co. : tients-l'lease .o l. ovi.rca. tun hOttlCS HllOD S SAtC- capakilla and a few ook Books for dis tribution. Your preparation has worked wonders In the case ot my wife, who lias been troubled with sick headache and bil iousness tor vears. She only took ime-half teaspoonful at a dose, and has not been so well for live years as now. Wie loiinu inai withiu a week after taking it she felt very much belter, and is now entirely free from those severe headaches. She has not taken any of auy account since last spi iug, and what little she had Is lent to do some others some good, aud we must have it In the house. Yours truly, . HOMER B. NASH. HOOD'S SARSAPARILLA Is sold by all druggists. Price il. or tlx large bottles for $.'.. Prepared only by C. I. HOOD & CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass. S- Use Hood's Touru-FoWDltK. MM MM FKEK RRRR CCCC II II M M M M F. K RO U II II M M M M R K KG II H MMMMK.KK KKKKU 11111111 M M M M K K RC II II MM M F- R RO C H N N N N N N N N It AAA N N N 11 A AN N N A A A A A A n Trrrr N T M M MKK.F.F.K K CCCU It 11 A AN NN No. 1603 Second Avenue, Hr"Pine Fits s Specialty. Trrrr T T T T T 'I' A III. A A II L A A II I. A A II L AAA IIL A 111. OOO RRRR O OR K O OR R t O RRRR O OR R O OR K A il U.LLL OOO K ROCK ISLAND, ILL. IF. S. SOUTHARD, -Manufacturer and Dealer in- UPHOLSTERED FURNITURE, MATRASSES AND PICTURE FRAMES. Also Dealer in Mirrors, Cornish Poles, Curtain Fixtures, Mouldings, Etc., IPriirts lower than the lowest. Tremau's Block, opp. Commercial Hotel. 'WW Most perfect-Made Prepared by a physician with special regard to health. No Ammonia, Lime or Alum. HALF-CENT A WORD. Tbe A ruck hereafter will oublieh In this col nmn all &1vertiements of Lost. Found. For Rent. For Sale. Bosrd or Rooms, Wanted, snd minilar notices, at the low rate of one-half actnta word. each figure a word, bnt no advertisement less than teu cents- JACOB KILKY, Denier funJ IiiiMrter in Marble and Granite Monuments. tSpecial Designs furni-Uecl on application. CorresKn.U;iii;e bolicited. Works and Office on East 17tb St., opposite P. O.. Rock Island, 111. eept 2a-dly J. T. DIXON, MERCHANT TAILOR, And Dealei in Mens' Fine Woolens, I 706 Second avenue. nov-25-dly EXCHANGE HALL. RUDOLPH SCHWECKE, SALOON And HALL, Below the C. R. I. & P. Depot, Moline Ave., Rock Island, 111. Imported and Domestic Beer and Wine, Fine Lihnors snd Cigars always on hand. Jun HO-ly u FOR SALE Old papers for sale in any quantity at this office, cheap FOR SALE Sixtvlotsin mv additions to the city of Bock Island on four yearly payments, with interest at six per cent per annum. d-6 m B. Davewpobt. WANTED Two vonnz men sre tnxions to re ceive instructions in Short-Hand from a compe tert teacher, at evening lesson, in the city. Ad drees "A" ajuius efBce. , 15-8t At the Davenpobt Business College, PS M Book Knnse, Bard Calcclatioh, Comercial Law. Fhohookapbt, . Trra Wamxe, TrLEOKAl-HT. DUNCAN Si HAWKS, Prop trs. No. THE ATLANTIC ! V BILLIARD AND POOL PARLOR. 1812 Second Avenue, Rock Island. tVPtlsener, Knlmbscher and the finest domestic Beer on draniiht. All kinds ot Randwirh. .mm at any hour. Telephone 1M. ang-Miy John westphal. Proprietor. JOHN SCHAFER, -DEALER IN- ' IT No. 1316 Third Avenue,. Rock Island, HI. This place has been refitted and refurnished and is now one of tne best Saloons in the city -Lunch e?ery morning. Juna-ll-dly ' enue 16 8wka Chas. FntBia.