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Aimv VOLUME LXXlll NO 221. ltOCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS. SATURDAY. JULY 18, 18S5. ESTABLISHED OCT. 18. 1851 H 1 SLANB THE . DIVERS DISASTERS. A DAKOTA TOWN SMASHED BY A CYCLONE. Lightning Doe Deadly and Devastating Work Tliroo States Storm-Swept-A A Locomotive Rum Into an Opeo Draw Other Fatal AceUents. GOLDEN EAGLE ITHV I, C I, oo rriTTii it o o It o L XX) II II NN II II N N II II N N II II H II UN II llll H II N II HIIN H HIIN H HIIN tl HIIN K C.C.f. NO i N N i N NO N N (.u; N N o t; ;KMI I J NN iii.ii SSSS TTTTT OOO RUHR FKKR S 8 T o O K K K S T It II K K K N T O OR R K SSSS T It l KRRR 1'K S T O R H K S T It 1 1 K KK S S T II O R K K S"SS T OOO K REKKK ANNOUNCE, Commencing Murrow, Tuesday, July 7, THE ANNUAL JULY CLEARING SALE. (Joods liave Wn MARKED DOWN throughout fveiy department in our vast. establishment to figures wliifli will absolutely compel sales. ay us a visit an d judge I or you rsclf. The Golden Eagle Clothing Store , LOiili, Manrj'r. lst Oflice lilock, Rock Island, Illinois. J. B. Z1MMEK, MERCHANT TAILOR, -OF- PIJSTE WOOLE1TS, Sprii X) announce and Summer ings;-4Surpassin the completion of his stock of Choice Suit all former erlorts." lii snlii ils your attention to the above, and feels R.it ir.lici' li 'ii u i:l ilc-iiiouslr.-itt: tn yon that your interest can lie i';rii, a'.nr ami prompt attention will tie ;i ven to H order: in l;r...r 1 1 i ill Pit and WurKinansliip unexcelled. that an examina-fa-ithfiilly served, i with which yon No. 1810 Second Avenue, liock island, 111. CLEVELAND AGAIN APPREHENSIVE Amiins and So. Situation fnlef St. Paul, Minn., July 18. -A rioneer Press social says a tornado struck- Hit;h ni.iro, D. T at aliout 6:45 p. m. Wednesday. Fifteen hou3e were blown to pieces ami all others were mora or lesa damaged. The dep it at Ilohtbird was blown across the main track. One man was blown forty rodi and killed. The town of Holabir.l iu total wreck. The storm traveled northwest The futmel-shanad clon Id mm lainly visible from Miller, forming and dis- KiMii3 three times, sending clou Is of du-t into tho air, which reseniblod tho e pray from soine gigantic waterfall. Two farm-houses near llirhmore wer-j blown to atoms. It Mew lludsin t Irwin's warehouse. oSt' tlie foundation within two three feet oil' the track. Two box-cars were blown partially off the track and overturned. A. H. Reed, for merly of Atlantic, Iowa, now a grain- Jen ler of Miller, while on his way homo was killed by lightning. Mr. Heod arrived home his buggy in the evening, when bis wife discovered him in his buggy ioad. There are no marks on his person, but it is supposed he was killed by lightning. Insurance Agent Weshon's house was struck by lightning and partially do troyed. The telegraph lines are down be tween Iiolabird and liighinore. The storm was very mild at Miller. During; the storm lightning struck the houseof William Cunningham, twenty miles northwest of llighiuore, and instantly killed Mr. t unningliam. Watkrtown, Wis., July IS. A severe tbiiiiiir and lightning storm, accompanied by a high wind, parsed over this section from the west at ( o'clock Thursday even ing, leveling trees and fences and doing con siderable daitiuge to crops. -During the storm ti) plaaiug-mill of P. Holuricbs & Do. was struck by lightning, but did not burn. In the town of lxonia David Iewis, an old settler Oil years of age, was killed by an electric shock. His house and barn 'ere struck by lightning nnd ttoth defrayed. St. I'aut, Minn., July IS. Reports from vnrious points in Dakota show that the storm Thursday extended over a largo tract of country, but that the greatest dainago was confined to a few localities. At Manvei there was a heavy bail, which leveled tho criw in the vicinity. Many farms wore wLolly diistrDyed. ' Five thousand acres of gram aro destroyed, which would avoragn twenty-live bushels to the acre. Tho Dad Kailway Wrecks. St. Iiorw, July 18. Tho Rt Louis, Keo kuk & Northern passenger train on tho AVn bash r.ind jumped the track at Diulgoton, St Louis county, Thursday night, the en- ifuio rolling into tho ditch and killing Ar thur Appleby, who was stealing a ride, and crushing the foot of Charles Burke, f this iiy. James Hcbiolils and two other young iiinu who were stinting a ride were thrown into the ditch, but escattd unhurt The baggage-car and smoker jumped tho track slid shook up the inmates badly. Engineer Cagley and tiis lireuian jumped as the en gine wont over, but escaped with a few bruises. A wrecking train was promptly on t ho scone. The jiassengers, who wore Jii ttiern lake excursionists, were delayed several hours. Klizaiikth, N. J., July 18. The engine nt.Uched ts the regular freight train No. which leaves Jersey City at 2:o0 a. m., plunged into an opon draw bridge over the Railway river on tho Long ISrnnch division of the Philadelphia & Reading railroad Friday morning. Jacob Cola, tho engineer, was buried in the ruin of the wrecked loco motive, nn.l had ono leg cut olT and was atherwise fearfully injured. Fireman Johti tm Siso, was hurled into the wafcir, but crawled out, badly hurt The trmin of four cars remained on the track. The Strikers Onletlv crolly Drilling The So Far. Cij;velan-d, Ohio, July 18. -Those who have maintained that the newspaper were exaggerating tho gravity of the labor situa tion, changed their minds Thursday night when positive evidence was adduced that the strikers have been quietly buying arms and ammunition in small quantities, and drilling under ;over of night in tho I'each Orchard. Police Sergeant Thompson ran upon a squad of the strikers going through their tactics, two nights ago, and others have observed them. At a mass-meeting of citiiens and strikers Thursday night, resolutions were past re questing the mayor not to concentrate po- lice at the scene of the strike, and only the regular force is on duty now. Tho rolling mill company posted notices that there would bo no more work in tho mills until the strikers, es a body, desired to return to wors. 1 he strikers say this is a bluff. It has been decided to pay the strkers what thoy had earned up to tho time of the strike Satnrdny, and they will then probably be discharged. Trouble is theu expected, al though it is not known what direction it will take. It Is reported that ono Polook, who wa. clubbed by the police nnd draggoJ from the scone of the battlo Wednesday night, has sinca died at his homo. THE MARKETS. At Fast Sagtnaw. ! East Racinaw, Mich., July 18. All is quiet hero and at Bay City. All the works running Thursday were running Friday, and the troops are still in town. There is no talk of yielding on eithor si do, but tho strikers have coasod interfering with men who want to work. Mclean's mil! attempted to cut as much lumber in tpn hours as fnrmorly in eleven. The contrator of tiio mill watched the proceedings an hour and than told the foreman that h did not propose to have his biinlier destroyed any longer; that tho lumlier was leaving the saw all thicknesses, from Feven-eighths to one inch and three-eighths, nnd he would not submit to it any more. Ho said tho mill must cut lumber according to agrooment or stop cut tiug his logs. Day View Mills Starting l Mh.wai;kf.e, July 18. Tho Day View Fish Plato mills, employing 100 men. started li Friday morning. Superintendent 1'nrkes, who has bon at Pittsburg in con sultation with eastern iron workers, will. with the workmen, hold a consultation, and 11 the mills are bk.dy to start. Olliubtl Matters. Washington City, July IS. Col. J. N. Staples of North Carolina, has been roc- omuiended by the attorney coneral for udge of the c. urt of Arizona, and will proliably bo nppoinUd to the position soon. W . L. ivnshaw, son of ex-tJovernor Wrousliaw, of New Mexico, is strongly in dorsed for the p isition of secre-ary of that erntory, and will, it is said, bo appointed in a few days. .ludgo Stallo, tho new minister to Italy, s in tho city, end called upon the president anil Isecretnry Kayard. 1 he i ro-ident has promulgated a special civil servico rule, which directs that ap pointments to the I V) places in the pension ollice, except so far as they may be filled by pronmLimis or transfer, must be separately appointed in as near con forimty to the second section of the civil act which provides for apportionment among the ivcral state--, as the need of filling them promptly and tho residence and qualifications of tho applicants will permit The president has appointed George Ii Rargor, of Oiiio, pension ngentat Columbus, Ohio. Tho President has made t ho following ap pointments: United States marshals Will iam M. Dor rnoni f.r northern district of Iowa, and haif a dozen others, together with several Unite ilStiites attorneys, for tho uthern states; Alex-ui ler D.ivezv, of I: ion t O I 1 1 4 1:1 l:r i: l: i Ic I I.' i: ii it u:l:l: . . i: l: ii it l: K ii o K l; h o t; li ooo :n i:i:i:i: I; u R i: R i: i:lilii: r. k R ii I! R COCO fcKKK U i: v v vv V V V V T'I'II'I' ; t r T T : T 000 liitRIt V.V.f.K 1 o i: i: I'. 1 II R li K OR R K 1 O lil'.RR I I" n it i. I O k K K ft R R K OOO li RM'.KR- riinii t- Diands ol' Minnesoia ml D.iiry anil Crcaiiicry lliitter, Cotton Jin nd Winter Wheat Flour, s. Minn.. I'ntatoi'S, Vcirctablcs, ic, at C. J". L02STC3'S, Cor. Niaeteenili 'c'tivet and Second Avenue. : 'i.Ii.ni THOS. CABY, 'JS:xi23.t;o2r and Q-rainor 1 i- i:lri'il to do al! kliuls of vmiiU in ind liecorative I'ajter Haiinino; and Kalsoinining. I k of I'laii Wall I'mjut, Curliiiii rixtiMX-s, t'oruico iNdt P and Unom AIoiildinH. Mixcil J':iititfl ulwjiyM on hittul. I' .M-n a full ln, i.T Art imiilr :itnl Artictri Materials ,vwn (.itiliruiitt i y Witrk. Knil)riii(l ry Siikn, Cttnlft run! Fancy (, tii'nrvH ; rail ami trM in in.-f tr w 18i:i Sm rk. mil Ave nut1, -! ivfii in Vaintin mitl Frrnch nl wliifli ftn Hoi-i at :hc lUK'K ISLAND, ILL. JACOB OHLWHILER, Jr., i:i:taii. ukai.fi: i Wines, Liquors, Beer and Cigars, """I'ViT laiin li rvury muriiii No. ; ami rvcry Hututilny cvrniiig. m Twentieth Street. n. ay 7 tlly T. li DA V lis. 8. t!. DAMS Plumbers, Gas ; & CO., Steam Fitters. A Complete Stock of Pipo and Fittings up to C-Inch. ALL KINDS OF U.'jti-- Brass Goods, Packing, Hose, NEIVLK I'U'E, FiEE DUK'U, ETC sole AOEin ron nirtirin Qnom Pnmnr ':-:SS Eclipse Wind Mills, Gold's Safety Heating Boilers. Jt.ractors for famishing and laying Water,Gas and Sewer Pipe Block Mounb, III. 1712 First A.venue Rook Iblaxd, III. A Woman Who Playeil with Niagara. Niaoara Falls, N. Y., July IS. The name of t he unfortunate lady who went over the falls Weduo-day was Mrs. Mclntyre, if Wellaud, (Int., and she had lieeu married but a short time. She was visiting the fam ily of I". J. Murphy, in Buffalo, and caino heif with Miss Henrietta Shields, a young lady friend. As they were crossing from Hath to (teat island Mrs. Mclalyre ran out npon the llumo bridge lealiug from the main walk and laughingly challimgod MUs Kliielis 1 1 follow. Almost instantly there at'bT. the lady says, her companion roomed to become dizzy, and foil over the railing into the torrent. The body has not been found. Klin into by a Willi Train. Charlotte, Mich.. July 18. Thursday evening the oalioose ol a ireigni train siann- : on the main track of the Chicago & tirand Trunk railway in this city was run int i by a wild engine niovinj south at the rutn of about six miles an hour. Albert Uiiliam, nil old gentleman, and his wife were passengers iu the cnbooso, and at tempted toescaiie by tho rear platform, when Mr. II phalli was almost instantly killed and Mrs. Cpham badly, but not danger ously, injured. lNobody else was burt. Fell OH a Train. Madison, Wis., July 1H. Mrs. Henry MluiiA, aiod fM years, whoso bu-bin 1 is a wealthy resident of Peoria, Ills., was stantly killed, oiuly Thursday morning, by fullimr from a south-Unuid liassonger train on the N. rttiwestern road, near the village of ltro klvn, Tn this cotiuty. Slie complained of being dizzy, and went on a car platform for f re. h air. Khe was on her way home from a vi-it iu Htillwater, Minn. A Very Conl Vmuig Crook. Trie, l'a., July 18. 'JTw prisoners at the nolici station and work-house had a circus late Thursday nfternoou. A lad named John It s-, ouly 14 years of age, was Hume lieia at the station to awau. ine urnvui oi .,ilici:.ls t conduct hiui back to the Mor 'anza reform school, and ho succeeded with a hook mado out of a mold ing torn from tho wall in reaching the keys of tlie building, fie then litsiruted himself and two burglars, when they robbed the depository of the money and weapons taken frum prisoners nnd escaped iiudetenteJ. The boy subsequently tole phoned the mayor from the suburbs where the keys could be found, and that official was so enraged that the entire police force was ordered out to make tho search. The prisoners at the workhouse took advantage of tho absence of the otlicers ana niaae break fur liberty, three or four succeeding in getting away. Cattle on a Thousand Hills. 8t. Lotas, July 13. Report received at the ceneral office here of the National lAt tie and Horse Growers' association from the various cattie-raisinc regions in the west aro generally of a most favorable character, and from all noints the statement is made that the cattle aro in eood health and fafc tening linoly. Ylre and Accident Insurance in reliable companies at lowest rates nnnlv to E. Lieberknecht, real es tate, loan and insurance agent, and nota ry public. Collections made. Office 1119 Second avenue. eodtf 'I was all run down, and Hood's Sar- aaoarilla Droved iust the medicine I need ed." write hundreds of people. Take it now. 100 doaes $1. Henry III. of France had a passion for dogs, which cost the state 100,000 crowni Cbicaoo, July 17. The market quotations on the board of trade to-day were as follows: Wheat No. 'A July, opened 8)i'e, closed 88)c; August, opened M,"c, olo-ed 893c; (September, opened Misc, closed 910. Corn No. 3 July, opened 40ic, i loswl 403c; August, opened 4rtJi, closed 4ttc; September, opened iti;. closed 4Aa. OaU No. $ July, opened and closed 31$c; August, opened yor-fcc, clo ed '-i3c; rieptember, opened :)ic, closed oc. Pork July, opened 10., closed 10 25; August, oinieit JUI.'iT,1,', closed flD.Sd; fSepteniber, ojieneit tlO.BJ, close-l Jlo 4J. Lard July, opened and closed $0.tfJ. Live stock The Union Stock yards report the following range of prices, ilogs The market op.med modeiately active, with ship- pers aim speculators nuymj ratuer Ireely at 5(5100 1 v.er prices, packur.s taking hold slowiy; light prade-, f4.4Ug4.7a; rough packing, tl. Iui24.i"); heavy packing, f4.SJ tjg4.-sl. Cat'le on k, 10c hvuer; uative' f4.Vidj5. ID; Texens, i:j.0i)(4.i!); stockers. 3.uuosl .60. theep btroug ; common to fair. J. J)a.4.20. f'roduca: Bamr-nest oreamory, 134t, fatcy ibiiry, 14vt(t5'.'; packing, t:d;V. pur lb. "E;tss--lO.mitllc ftp doa. l.tatoei $l.(KVdi. ier bhi Poultry (spring chickeat ba,i4'; ol,t hens 'J4i 10c, and IuoUm- JJl-WtOJ 1 " IU Apples ft. 5J(8 5.1K) t . bOI; ,vtM apples, l;)((ji"c per liox. errie Blaff raspbcrrioi, $l.75'ilH) per -at case; b'nck and red rasubnrnes. 7rit'( ; r -J4-ptcase; blueberries, f 1.00 per 16- . case; goosetterries, f 1.00 per 10-qtcase, htr' wuerries. 7fiL'iiSl 00 iter lli-otcasn. Hav mo. i iiniotiiy, na.iRi(8i.uo, and upland I piauio, I'J.uuusiou per ton. Hew York. New York, July 1' Whoat Depressed and loner; with a nioitcraie un-mos; ino. 1 whit, nominal; No. 3 red August, f I.ooiiiJ!.ul V; do Nep- toiuoei, fl t.0.5'4 ; do October, fl.04 ll-ludzl.ui; .o Novemlr. tl.OOV.'iii l.Wit;; do llecenilier, fl.OSX l.Osv Corn i&c lower and dull; mixed western spot, ,'iOi5 Vie; future , t09iito. Data I 'nil an 1 a thade easier; western, di(il4Jo. Provisions lieef, dull; now extra, flo.00. Pork, firm; new mess, f lLSriutll-oO. Lard, dull and easier; steam-rendered, fo.ist. St. Ijnlss St. Louis. July 17. Wheat Un ettind and slow: oienod V(2 c higher, fluctuated and closed aliout k'c above yerter.lay; o. i red cash, fl.Ul( (illo.'-ii bid; July nnd August. fl.OH tid; tsepteaiber, fl.o'i. o.rn Outl and ower: cash, 4444e; July, 44;c; Au- (tu;t, 44c bid; (SeptiMnber, 44g Oats Kaster and slow; cash, .EStfc; July, iWHc; Ainriist, 4c, Kye Firmer: 54c bid. Whisky Steady; fl.bt. Provisions Pork, quiei; jio.ui. ijiru, nrm; fuoo. Toledo. Toi.kdo, July 17. Wheat Dull; No. 3 red cash and July. y.s6c; Aiigu-i. vw beptember, '.i.Wi Oct.ber. tin-; Mo. 'A soft, fl.ol. Corn Quiet; Na 2 cash, July and August, 4',c; September, 4'4C Oats Inactive; No. if cash, ;dc; August, L7c bid; September, iV. Milwaukee. Mii.w AUKKK, Wis., July 17. Wheat firm, Milwaukee No. 2, $; Augu t, Ki,,be; SeiituuL.-f Vliir. Corn riwnily; Jw J, 4i;'i Oats Uiill; No. R. CRAMPTON & COMPANY. Kent lie Naiite.-'. I a.ic I, x ci.-n.-lil id the l.'niled Sinter at Tiv! v. In indu ig'nt E. E. Tai'incntcr, attorney at law Make?, collections, loans money, and will utti nil to any Icnl business intrusted to him. Ollice, postoflice lilock, Uock Isl and, III dsAjwly I Hi ill MOST PERFECT MADE rn-jiarcU by aihytucian with pperial roparj to lit'iiltti. Ni Auiaioiiia. Lime or Alum. ALASKA'S REFRIGERATORS, Climax Cook Stoves, Monitor Oil Stoves, Rapid Ice Cream Freezers Water Coolers, &c., -AT- WILLARD BAKER & CO.'S Opposite Ilarper Ilouse. THE "TIYOLJ," M. MAGRUM, Proprietor, Second Avenue, - Opp. Harper House. fTlie Tivoli" has lately born transformed into a Palace eniialine in every respect the lines saloon in Chicago and surpassing anyttiinK in the three cities. A uiiiiiher of Kans operaleti liy inarhinery for ki-cpinu the aims, I is one of lite leading fell iirce of the place. The Liquid Kefri fhiiKiita illsieiisi d at thin establishment In in keeulni; Willi its irriiml iniirote mellt. An elecant lunch Mervt-d every tin, rnine. All Liiula ,.r sluil,au jun-7 dCin served ou short nuticc. Barley-N.. live inn; N.'ininal; donei No. : CmrAiiO. No. 1, nominal Article. OiH-ninir. closing e'T July . ... Aic'ii-1 Wx S'.i'a Si-,. W '.Uj VI. '.I.V, 'M I'onx .Inly 4i;i, 4i;'4 Aieut 4ii's 4f,-a Sept. 4l 45- Oil. 45 4!'j (1ats-,1iiIv 'ill, .11 Si Aii!'U"t aii ill-, Sep! J.V Oct. ;, Puck .Inly Aut'iit in :ti man Sept. Ill i', 10 411 on. 10 : iu si L..nn .lulv Aimnst (i ;o ii'i Sept. t; 77 ti TTi (tel. C 87 ti 7'J liir.s ,)nly Alciilst r lii . Sept. fo ft :r, Oct. 5 77 Hoss 14.!MKI; li; heavy, 4 2.i.tl 4.i ROCK ISLAND. IMS SSc Hav Tiinotliv fK 50 lla'y Wild js.0il. Kye 4S.s. t'orn 41c. "OLIIIH'S lic. Onious tlllc. I'onl Soft 1 : h.ir.l S rl. 1'iiril vo.nl f no. str:iw- mi. :ht, 4 sr.al ; mixed. 4 fli.it 3d; ROCK ISLAND TRUNK FACTORY No. 180!) Second Avenue. Manufacturers of all kinds of Trunks, Traveling Hags, . Sample Cases. tW REPAIRING DONE.gl PAEK & ELLIS, Have just received for Midsummer trade, a very choice line of Ladies, Misses and Cbildrens Low Shoes and Slippers, Bought at a clearing out sale. We can Bell them at less than Wholesale prices. t-Also a lare assortment of Soft Kid and Serge tiaiters for old ladies, or tender feet. 1 704 Second Avenue. 3?"Coinc .ind sec us. M. RAMSKILL, MM MM TF-RK KRRR (X3IX1 II II A MMMMK. H RO V II II A A M M M M K R BO II II A A MMM.MKF.K HHIilt U llllllll A A M MM M F R RO II II AAA M M M M K R K I) V II K COCO H I M R U M If KI'KF U II A HA NN N N N N N N N N N N N NN NN A N AN N TTTTT T T T T TTTTT T T T T T T A A A A -A A A AAA A II I, All 1.1,1.1 OOO RRRK It OK It O It It K II OKRRll O (III K O O U K L Ol to R K THE WONDER Is becoming universal as to how such an im mense sale could be created in Lowell for Hood's Sarsatakilla. But, my friend, if you could stand behind our counter a week and hear what those say who are usinpt it. the reason would appear as clear as the noon-day sun. The real curative power ol Hood's Sarsatakilla demonstrates itself in every case where our directions are faith fully regarded. AVe would that wo might get bef ore the people a fractional part of the confidence that is expressed to us every day in this medicine by those wuoliavc carefully noted (without prejudice) its effects upon tho blood and through that upon the whole sys tem, stimulating all the functions of the body to perform the duties nature requires of them. Try a bottle and satisfy yourself. Cold Hands and Feet. Lowell, Feb. 3. 1F79. Messrs. C. I. noon & Co.: Gentlemen - About one year aso my daughter commenced taking your arsaranlla. At that time she bad very little apietite; could take no long walks, and her lace was badly broken out. with a humor. She was low-spirttcQ;lroublcd with cold hands and feet; her blood seemed to tie itoor. and she was in a condition which caused U3 great anxiety. After taking ono No. 1603 Second Avenue, lap-Fine Kit a Specially. ROCK ISLAND, ILL. IP. S. SOUTHARD, -Manufacturer and Dealer in- UPHOLSTERED FURNITURE, MATRASSES AND PICTURE FRA MES. Also Dealer in Mirrors, Cornish I'ulitt, Curtain Fixtures, Moiililines. Etc., tS?"l'tit ts lower than Ihe lowest. Trciniin's lilock, opp. C'oinilier. ial Hotel JACOB Dealer ami Imiorter In Marble and Granite Monuments. CSPSpecial Designs furbished on application. ('orresMinilcticc solicited. Works and OHitv on East 17lli St., opposite l (.. Rock Island, 111. sept i-dly bottle of your Sarsapat ilia she began to im prove; ana sue now nas a coou appetite ana can take much longer walks, ller humor is HALF-CENT A WORD. lirieturnt publish in Ihi ml f I.M-1. Found, F.-r Kent. tl or Kotim", W'tmti'il, itu mnnlar Uw r:ile f on half a c it a ivonl, word, Iml ii k advertisement l'1 Thk lu's ii in ii :tll h tver K.r Snle. li'H1 nolice-. :it tlx each li!:nre ft tlutlt ten eeiilM KOK SALE id papers (or gale in any quantity at thiri rillire, cheap. KOI SALE Sixty lot- in my addition to the city of Hock Niaud on four yearly payineiitn, with inleretl at tix per cent per amuiiu. d-Gm K. 1avi:wiokt. WANTKU Two ymi up men arc anxious to re c eive iuNirurtiouf in Siurt Hand from a eoinpe tert teacher, at evt'iiing lewon, in the city. Ad jres8 'A" Akuits office. 35 ill pu lioroSALS KOI! MATERIALS. Hock lsijtND Arsenal. III.. July 8, 1S85. Seiik il proposals are invited to furnish, deliver ed nit cars or wagons at this Arsenal, the lime, hy Hrnnlic and Portland cement, stucco: anthracite. t.itiiniiiwms and blacksmith's coal ; nitr iron. coke. elass, lumlier. lire brick and clay, and slatea and slatiin; work thai may be rcu.nircd al this Arseual frnm date of contract until June 3U. llvH. Kills of malerials. with aprirosimate quantities and other requirements cun be obtained from the undersigned. The quantities of materials required can he given ouly approximately, and after cold racts art awui'ded only such materials will he furnished as may be re iuired and ordered by the comiuauding ofticcr of the Arsenal. The successful bidders will be required to en ter into contract within ten oavs after receipt of mitir.e of the accentauce of their bids, and give good and sulticient bond far the faithful perform ance ot tnc rame. Bids for tiittiminons coal delivered on csrs in the city of Rock Island will tie considered. The t nited States reserves the right to reject any or all bide. I'roposals should be in triplicate, sealed, and endorsed "proposal for Materials, ano aaon-ss A in the nnderslcncd. Kids will be opened at 10 o'clock A. M-, July 2 1HX5. Bidders are invited to be present at the cpen: "' D.W.FLAGLER. " 18-Ct Lt. Col. of Ordnance, Commaiidiojj laithing compared witli what it was one year ago. Mie is in better spirits, is not truuhli w itli cold hands and feel as previously. And I attribute this improvement In her condi tion largely to your Sarsaparllla. Mie has taken six iKittles, and intends to continue its use. 1 was inclined to oppose the trial of it at first. 1 now have great faith in it as a moou puriucr. very irmy yours, A. L. HINCKLEY. No. 3C4 Broadway, Lowell, Mass. Hood's Sarsaparllla. J. T. DIXON, MERCHANT TAILOR, And Dealet in Mens' Fine Woolens, I 706 Second avenue. liov 4Vdly Sold by all druggists. Price tl; or six for civ rrcparea nv . i. i ecarles, Lowell, Mass. . UOOU Si CO., -Apotb- HARPER'S THEATRE. Plumbing, Steam and Gas Fitting, Knowlea' Stetini ramps. Inspirators and Ejectors, Wroufctht, Cast and Lead Pipe, Pipe Kitlint! and Bras Uoods of every description; ltuliher I and Packiu of ail kinds; Brain Tile and bewer Pitm. ilo ONE KI'JHT ONLY. TUESDAY, JULY 21. J. H: HAVERLY'S- UNITED AMERICAN-EUROPEAN MINSTRELS Under the personal ouperviiion of J. II HAVEhLY, Tbe Largest and Best Mintrel Company in CHARLEY REED, The Great C&liforKta Comedian, And the Marvelous Cragg Family. Prices: 2f., 50 and 75 cents. Reserved sects (1 a I Harper Bouse Drag store. July 17 illy Offlce aud Shop 1314 Third Ave, ROCK ISLAND, ILL. EXCHANGE HALL. RUDOLPH SCHWECKE, SALOON And BILLIARD HALL, Below the C. R. I. & P. Depot, Moline Ave., Rock Island, 111. Imported and Domestic Beer and Wine, Fine Llbuors and Cigars always on band. jun 30-ly UTHE ATLANTIC P BILLIARD AND POOL PARLOR, No; 1812 Second Avenue, Rock Island. All kinds of Sandwich served JOHN WESTPHAL' ProprlP . twrilsener, Knlrobacher and the Snett domestic Beer on draaght. tt any hour. Telephone li. aug-J-dly At the Davenport Business College, JOHN SCHAFER, -DEALER T- J jnn-24-dly Book Ksepinq, KiPtO CiLCl LiTlON, COHIIERCJAI. Law. PHONOaSAPHY, Type Wbitiku, TELEUBAPHr. DUSCAX 4 HAWKS, Prop trs. Wines, Liquors, Beer and Cigars, No. 1316 Third AvcnuRock Island, Ills. This place has been refitted and refurnished and is now one of tne bestSaloone in the city. ISfLunch every morning. . lune-ll-aly 5 4 r y. i ' ' h 'i ft J F - '.' '' ' i ... v. .. " a A". ' " I ' - . ,vj J f' I, I nyear.