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slam) Argus. VOLUME XXX1I1 NO 225. KOCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS, MONDAY, JULY 20, 1SS5. ESTABLISHED OCT. IS. IS51 THE RUSSIA DETERMINED THE MARKETS. -rot 43 GOLDEN EAGLE OOCO I O C I C 01. o 1. : ! C Cd u o g uucu OOO TTTTT H HIINN K (.(.Hi (i O 'J' U HIINN NO li O i T H II II N N K O O ft T H H II N N Mi O O T hUllHUN N NO O O T h HUN N r 0 till O ft T H H II N N Mi li O O T M HUN Mili li XIX OOO 'i' a HUN NN CHIC. SSSS 'TTTTT OOO RRRR EKKF S S S siss R I,' OR HI OR tt O HKRK KB OR Kit OR H K OK UK OOO B RfcBKK ANMOUNOIfl, iug Morrow, Tnesflay, July 7, THE ANNUAL RJLY CLEARING SALE. Goods have been MARKED DOWN tlironp,bont S eveyylepavtniPnt in our vast establishment to figures t whirl will absolutely compel sales. I mn - 1 I - Py us a visit and judge for yourself. The folden Eagle Clothing Store A. LOIS?, MaiiR'r. Post Otliee T.lork, Ro k Island, Illinois. J. B. ZIMMEB, MERCHANT TAILOR, i i, OF Ftisriu WOOLBFS, Isind to announce the completion of his and Summer stock of Choice Suit- "Surpassing all former efforts." f inp" le solicit mr attention to the shove, unit It-els SHtifit-.i that au ecamina- .utii will diionstratc to you that your interest can !e faithfully served fitinilni 1 prompt attention will he yiveu to nil order -with which you li favor in Pit and WorkmapHtup unexcelled. I No. 1SU) Second Avenue, Rock Island, 111. 0 a 1 i o 1 li Gli O li O I, CGfi NEW i:i:i:r oi i h it o ' c K R O 10 fi IIRRK O 10 R R O'fi C R R 8 K (. OK K K y OOf'0 COW; FFFK RI.HK li V. 0 K F FK K ! K Choice 1 Ofind 0 iii y and i.i-'j-I(ii I Y R K V Y R li Y K k Y" Y RRRR V'Y R K Y R ft Y K R Y FFK K K 1 SSS TTflT OOO RRRR FFFE S S TOOK R K ,s V O OK ii K N T ; O O R R V SSSR O O RRRR FK S T , O O R R F. S T f O O It K K R S T O OK R K S-;SS T OOO H RFI'KH.. Plain ul Wuli Pupcl "Alro fl fllil 1 Kliihn)l(krt Winl T. B. IJAVIS. lands of Minnesota and Winter Wheat Flour, amery Butter, Cotton Mop ;. Minn., Potatoes, Vegi't:ililt-s, &r at Cor. Ninelcentlt Street and Second Avenue. ipnos. IP- CAJcVz., - ! p-ij!ireil to tlu all khuW of work1 in Decorative Paper Hanging and Kalsomining. A conitk'tt' stin k of- , uttiin Fixtures, Cornice Folus nod Krmm Mouldiu- Utixeil Painta ftlvvfiyy on Uund. J . Art (iooda and Artists' MateriU Leapoifw tWnin Paint in? and French k. Emhroitjfcry SMkn. Cnrd Jtnd Fflncy . whicu are sul.i al elnse titfurc; cull and ttl iiricea of wotkj t 1815Bhcoim1 AvonhfyHOCK ISLAND, ILL. i ;OB OHLWEILER, Jr., Liquors, Beer iatid Cigars, NoJ SOii Twentieth Street. iuuriiiug aud every Saturday evening. may 7 dly I B. S. DAVIH DA.VIS & j CO., . Plumbtrs, Gasl SteM Fitters. A Coftlsta Stock of Pipe sua Fit;mg3 ap ta s-inca. ; iix Kir or Brass Goods, Packing, Hose, , PUMPS, " -x SLTi'EK riPE, FIRE BP.ICS, ETC N i.'it gffiDeane Steam Pumps Eclipse Wind Mills, Gold'k Safety Heating Boders. Contractors for garnishing and laying Water.Gs and Sewer Pipe Doero's Blook 1712 First Avenue Momw, Iix. Rock Isulsd, III. ON SEIZING HERAT, THE AFGHANIS. TAN STRONGHOLD. Troops Mautnie at Zutflkar Pan The English Cabinet Hastily Summoned 1 "art lament arj Doings Old World News of More or toss Interest. LondoR, Joly 20. Pispatches received from Paris report that the French foreign ofiice has received information which shows conclusively that the Russians are deter mined on seizing Hrat, and that the muss ing of Rnsian tronps ow eing on at Zul-fikai- pass i for that purpose. A meeting of the ral.inot was hastily sum moaed. It is stated that the government haeceived ativices from English otlicials onTt;e Afbuj frontier of a very serious na luru. It is further statej that the purport of the o dispatches is sueh that the govern rni ut will Le forced t) take some deride.l action f.r the protection of the Afghan froiithT an. to prevent the seizure ot any further Mratelc points hy the llusiiam. L'..n.oli, which close! Friday niht at openal Sa'urday morning at til) 3-lti. ana cl.M6,i for the day at ya.' The market was steadier than for soma days. There would nmioubtedly have boon a great flurry had not the day's business been finished be fore the public became aware of the fact that tli government was in receipt of alarm ing tidings from the east Thi.re are intimations that the cabinet be Usvoi that the Petersburg government is Kguin paltering and holding back important information. Lord Salisbury's organ, The Monmy Poit, states that if Russia insists up-Ji taking possession of Zullikar pass, then negotiations may just as well be con si.tood at an end. "In that case," it says, "Ue sooner we make preparations for the dufunse of? our pr otected ally, the ameer, the lotter it will be." From Berlin comes reports that all the warlike rumors have originated in the brains "f a t,Teat clique of stock speculators. The uenilimarters of the conspirators are said to be in JSerlin, but its agents are at work on every exchange in Europe. Many of the bold operators are believed to have pocketed fortunes as the result of the great scare which they created. The proclamation of the ameer of Af ghanistan announcing the receipt by hirn of the iK'Coration of the star of India and de claring that he was now entitled to aid from the Indian army, if necessary, was issued at Hrat. The ameer, iu bis proclamation, ordered the illumination of Hoftt, to cele brate his investiture with the order. The Joyce Case to Ke Investigated. London, July 2). In the house of com mons Friday night Parnell moved thst the government order an inquiry into the Maam trasiia murder cases, and mado some severe strictures on the late lord lieutenant's ad ministration of justice. Sir Jlicl.acl H i eke-I!eacb said that the pres ent government had nothing to say concern- the merits of the caso, and nothing to say in uersnse oi me late government. He was, however, authorized by the earl of Carnarvon, present lord lieutenant of Ireland, to state that the present Irish executive will make a careful personal inquiry into the subject submitted by Sir. Parnell for investigation, but must add that tlie government felt compelled to ak the hou-e to resin Mr. Parnell's motion, wnnii was derogatory ot Karl opencer, a member of the late government. After soino debate, in which the Gladstone members criticised the action of the govern ment in allowing Parnell's charges to 0 un disputed, the motion was negatived. Kacinc at Manchester. London, July 2 1. Saturday was the second day of the Manchester Julv meeting The race for the July handicap was won by Mr. W. Sanderson's 4-year-old bay colt HamhlutonUn. Mr. R Jardines 3-year-old brown colt lieauinont was second, and Mr. R Viner's U-year-old bay tilly Alb third. The last betting was six to one agaiart Uamnletiinian, six to one against Beaumont, anil seven to one against Alb. Mr. R Kiddulph's 3-year-old chestnut colt Orchid was the favorite at odds of five to two against thorn. There were seven starters. Will Help Them to Purchase T.and. London, July 30. The Irish land pur- cbaso bill was introduced in the house of lords Friday evening and jmssed its first rendin. The bill provides for the loan of three-quarters of the purchase money by the government for forty-nine years at 4 per cent, interest, and necessary costs of the wb,'l of the purchase money, conditions being nflixel by which their government will be pretectal from loss. The Purnellites appear satisfied with the bill. The Pestilence in Spain. Madrid, July 20. Returns from the various cholera infected districts through out Mi iain place the number or new cases for 24 hours at 1,9, and the doaths at 034. fthe Can Marry Klcolfni Now. Paris, July 2tt. Adoeree divorcing the Marquis de Caux from Mum i'atti has boon pronounced. Monmouth Park ttaces. New York, July 2.1. The racing at Mon mouth p,irk Saturday resulted as follows: First race, miles; Furostor first, Dm hess second. Reveler third; time, 1:57 V Sric.nid race, mile; Ariel first, Sham rock second, Homeward Bound third; time, l:l'i,V Third race, 1? miles: Jack of Hearts first. Ling Kioght second, Imported Rich mond third ; time, 2:11. Fourth race, miles; Euclid first, Lida Stanhope secoui, Cloumel third; time, 2 :.'!;. F.nu rac, T9' mile; DdCleetiva first, Tdcuina second, Sutler third; time, 1:31$. Died at His Post. Philadelphia, July 20. The express train from Atlantic City, on the West Jer sey railroad, ran off the track at Newfleld Station, Saturday morning. The engine was demolished and the engineer, George Murjdiy residing iu Camdeu, received in juries from which he expired in a short time. A number of passengers were slightly injured. The engineer leaves a family. It is stated that his brave conduct in remain ing at his post averted more disastrous re sults. The accident was caused by a mis plmed switch. The tilass-Workers. Philadelphia, July 20. The delegates lo the convention of the Flint Glass Workers' association reassembled in the common council chamber Satur day morning in private session, t is Mated that co-operative glass works are to be established by the association at Pittsbt.rg and Sharp3burg in this state, and in Wheeling, W. Va. Specie Exports and Imports. Kew York, July 20. The total exports of .pecie from this port during the past week were $543,032. Of tis amount the exports to Europe were $3,250 gold and (429.400 sil ver. The imports of spuria were 31,S3L John K.Mtli, the (ireat Ship ItuiMer, Finmuiallv llnineil. New York, July 20. John Roach, the ship huililcr who built the dispatch boat Dolphin, doing business under Ihe name of John Honcli & Son, made an assign ment Saturday to George W. Quiutard, of Ins city and George u. Hood, of htaui- ford, Conn. The assignor thst directs that the wages and salaries of all em ployes be paid, ami then he prefers Wm. HovvlauH, ot New UrunswirU, ft. J., for money 1iHiipi1, labor done, and material furnished, (12,217. tor a part of which he holds four promissory notes made by Mr. lloacli. A. promissory note made bj assignor ucarina date ot June in, iso, and payable in three months, for $20,000, which was discounted by the Mechanics' Traders' bank of Brooklyn, is niso pre red. 1'. V. Gollade iV Co , fur money ioaned and advanced, are also preferred to Ihe extent id SO.ODO, loaned about .June 07 last. !0,i'0H July 2, 10.(!l0 on the 1 1 ih inst. The assignment then directs the pays ment of all other debls and liabilities due or to become due, together with nil inter est money due, including all lawful claims against Mr. ltoacliliy W. It. Pitney, Thos. r . Rowland, Jas. i. ard, George V. Qnintard and William Mowlam for ins demnity against expenses and liability liicni nil by them by reason of llieir hav ing become sureties and having executed bonds at the instance of the assignee anil for his benefit upon certain contracts entered into by the assignee on or about the month of July, ltb:,vith the Limed States represented by the secretary of the navy for the construction of three steel cruisers known respectively as the Eoston, Atlanta and Chicago, and the dispatch boat Dolphin, and the lawful claims of the estate of Levi Kerr against assignor by lverk, now deceased, of certain of the bonds and contracts. MOO Doses One Dollar" is true only of Hoo&'g Sarsaparilla, and it is an unan sweraby argument ss to strength and economyX E. W. I,uin represents the leading American and frtireign Insurance Co's . Policies carefully WHjten at current rates. Agency estabiisnea W74. Office over Bock Island National tfau. At Mr. Beckett Denison'g ,cent sale the Duke of Hamilton bought bacv eome of his own pictures for half the priu. he had given for them. About John McCullough. Philadelphia, July 20. The commis sion appointed to inquire into the condition of the mind of John McCullongh, the trage dian, met again at the office of Lawyer William F. Jehnson. An ofli tavit made by Walter Hein, of New York, to the effect that he had served the actor a personal notice of the lunacy proceedings, was ad mitted as evidence, and the commission ad journed until Monday, when Johnson, come el for the family, will be examined. Mr. McCnllough will then be formally ad judged a lunatic, and the Guarantee Trus; and Safe Deposit company will be appointed as trustee of his estate. The Kldora, Iowa, Tragedy. Eldoka, Iowa, July 3d. It seems that Johnson, who cat the throat of his sister-in-law Thursday, did not kill the young lady hy mistake. He kissed his wife a she lay by her sister and at the same moment cut the si del 's throat. Mrs. Johnson did not know what was done until she noticed her sister acting in a strange manner when she discovered the horrid truth. Johnson is lead and there is no cause (or ttie deed known. Iid Hot In New York. Nkw York, July 20. The wbather here Saturday was oepres ively ht. At 1? iYI.u k ihe thei in. Mooter indicated li.) in the (had,-, an I i.t 1 oVI.iek at :i i.'elo.-fe !;i eial ehse ; f sur.str.-k 1 :tl' ' rl-vle!. Ji.l.i V. ..: U..:.eh :. m-.il t..i,. I; : u.;o;v Round trip excursion t'uketstoSt. Paul, Minneapolis, Lake Minnetonk, Spirit Lake and all other northern sum mer resorts, will be on sale at the 0., K. I. it P. Muline avenue passenger station during the summer. Rates to above points same as all other lines. A pleasant house and lot, with all modern conveniences, splendidly located in the upper part of the city, for sale cheap. For terms, apply to E. K. Par menter, attorney, post oflice block, Rock Island. 6i SgECliL . lllty . 'Ml ORV MOST PERFECT MAdI Purest and strongest Natural Fruit Flavors. Prepared by a physician with special regaidto health. HALF-CENT A WORD. The aaors hercafier wid pnhlish in this col mui) ail a-iwrlifeuieiits of Lest, KoDlid, For Kent. For Ssle, Hu.ni or Koonis, Wanted, and similar notices, at Ihe low rute o( one half a cen( a wvrd. each licure a word, hut n, aitvevtiseiiu'nt less thin, li-n eelils fc'OK HALE old paprrs for sale id any qnaniity si this office, cheap. FOR SALE Sixty lots in my auditions to the city of heck Island . four yearly payments, with interest atsix per cent per annum, d 6-m li. Davenport. HORSES WANTED. Wanted, Forty head of Horses, Mules and Mares of all aces, ferine West ern n arket. Will be at Lortou Kro?., stable, liay eiqiort, Iowa. 3U-t WANTED Two yoiiue men are anxious lo re ceive inslructions in short-Hand from a couipe tet t tescber. at evening lesson, in Ihe cily. Ad dress "A" AElU's oSi e. 15-31 pROFOSALS FOR MATERIALS. Rock I blind Arsenal. III., JuiyS.iaSo. Sealed proposals are invited to fnraish, deliver ed on carti.or wagons at this Arsenal, the lime, hy draulic and Portland cement, stucco; anthracite, bituminnns and blacksmith's coal; pig iron. coke, glass, lumber, fire brick and clay, ana elates and slating work that miv be required at this Arsenal from date of contract until June 30. 18K6. Bills of materials, with approximate quantities and other requirements can be obtained from the undersigned. The quantities of materials required can be given only approximately, and after contracts are awarded only sncb materials will be furnished as may be required and ordered by the eommaadirg officer of the Arsenal. The successful bidders will be required to en ter into enntrset witbin ten daj-s affer receipt of notice of the acceptance of their bids, and give good and sufficient bond (or the faithful perform ance of the rame. Bide for bituminous coal delivered on cars in the citv of Hock Island will be considered. The fcnited States reserves the right to reject any or ail blue. Proposals sbould be in triplicate, sealed, and endorsed "Proposal for Matetials." and address ed to the undersigned. Bids will be opened at 10 o'clock A. M., July at, ipim. Hidden arc invited to be present at the open iug. B.W.FLAGLER. 18-6t Ll, Cot. of Ordnance, Commanding. Cbicauo, July 13. The market quotations on the board of trade to-day were as follows: Wheat No. i July, opened SSc, closed 8'.l; August, opened BUsfe, closed 9Jc; September, opened 9lo, closed Hoc. Corn No. i July, opened loc, closed 400; August, opened 4Jic, closed 4ic; faoptembor, opened 45e, close,! 400, Oats flo. 2 July, opened (Sle, closed blc; Augu.t, opened do ed 20c; September, opened 25e, closed 2ic. 1'oik July, opened 10.27,'sj, closed lh."4; August, opened $li).32)s', closed tl-3.H: September, opened $10.42, closed U10 4. Lard July, opened 0.02, closed to.G.V Live stock The Union Stock yards report the foilowin;; range of prices: Hogs The market moderately active, about 5c lower prices, piekerj are taking hell slowly, but hivqer-. and speculators are buyingwell; light Rinda , f4.W(g4.tio; rough "packing, $4.05(3 i.2o; heavy packing, $4.2;(J4.4.j. Cattle Murk-1 1 rm; nat.yo , fct.tMgCOo; buU'lier , $2.0n4.40; stooker , i'2.2.,yi4.2 5; Tex in; S :i. u J(,s 1 a I. Rhocp Market toady ; com.n n to lair, t'J.5 !t8'j. -); goA to choice, J-y (Hiff 4.20. Produce: Putter F.o creamery, ITifJlS.-; goi,,i t.-i l.ne dairy, l:'i;Cld.'; ;is',r in 1500.1 packing, ii(ii!Tc per ib. Eggs 10!(311c per acn. P .tatoe -tUKldf l.'i'i ier bbl. Pc al try Spring chieke is, (ISiii I le; old hens, 9 iflilOe, and i,o tecs, 5'((5te per lb. Ap ples $3.fi.l(8 5. 00 per fcbl; green apples, Vl.00(2 5t per bbl. Berries Black rasplier ries, J.lWi42.T5 per JM-qt case; black and red raspberries S0fjl.00 er 21 pt case; blueberries, $1.00 per IU-qt ease; goofclier rios, f 1.00 r 10 qt case; strawberries, 75c(3 tl.25 per lli-qt ease. New fork. New York, July ia Wheat Very strong and higher, with a moderate Relive l;u-iue s; No. 1 whits nominal; No. 2 red August, $1.01 (3) 1.01; do tSeptember, $1.03(3 1.03X; do Oc tober, fl.0j(4l.io-, do November, $1.07d 1.0T; do June. $1. 1'Ouil. 17. Corn Wituout decided chan-te; mixed weiteru spot, Giir,.!c; future , S&$(aA,o. Oats A shade better; western. S7(ft42c. Provisions Beef, dull; new extra, $10.00. Pork, steady; new mess, $. 1.25oJl 1.50. Lard, without quotable change; steam Tendons! lo.tio St. Louis. St. Louis, July IS. Wheat Higher anl fairly active, bu top pi-lens not maintained; No. 2 red cash, tl.02i$l.U3; Augmt, kMt St,pteiiibor, ti.Oti.; sellers tvt.jlier, $1.0 . Urn A fraction lower and slow; cash, July, 44ic; August. 44Kc; September, 44o. Oats A shaJ better; cash, H'-.'; Jul, SSc; Septemter. 24 Rye Higher; SMife. Whisky Steady; $l,l;i. Previsions Pork, firm; $10.tij(itl0.7.". Lard, in small lot-', iUAC, Toledo. ToLitoa, July 18. Wheat Dull and easy; N . 2 rl cash and July, SlVi'c; August, 94e; K,)pteuiber, 4o; Oetjber, U7e; No. 2 soit, HOWjo (itt.01;du July, .c bid; August, '.Mc; September, $1; October, $1.00,1$ bid. Corn Vuiet; No. 2 cash and July, 4'Jj August and September, 4SLc. Oats Steady and unchange.1. Milwaukee, Milwaukkk, Wis., July 18. Wheat Strong; Milwaukee No. 2, oBc; August, '.Xic; September, 922. Corn -'lame, No 2, 411 le. Oat (Juiet; No. i, ul'c. Rye Nwiuinal; No. I, 55)c. Barley Nomiuai; No, 4, unchaugred. CHICAGO. Article. Opening. liosinv V n't July .... A 10: 11st tui', sole Sept. :tvs vi IVI. Ir-.i, 'M coirs Julv 4;Si 4iin Ans'iist 4". 4VI, Sept. ,r.s, 4Sli M. W Oats ,1 illy :J.ls ; A 11s 11 si 2i;i4 ili'ij Sept. 'K', till. IVtCK .llllv August 111 ; 10 3(1 Sei't. 10 4s 1(1 :I7 Oct. hi 10 a I.Rn--.!nly Aut-'iist ti rir , r, Sepl . r, 7f li 75 KI. 6 .7 ti Si Ribs July Allu'tot .... Sepl ! tO 5 '.II Oct. .... 5 77 ll.on.-9i.0ill: light, 4 i.s4 5"; inxed. 4 00a! 40: heavy, 4 Jusl 40 ROCS ISLAND. Osts ')'c Hay Timothy ) 50 !lnv Wild JSOii. Rye 4S-. Coni-li;.'. iil sioes-IOe. Onion-v le. cosl s.11'1 11 : hsul w, I'oni wo.mI $1 mi. Slriiw- $r,.iKi. PURE IS THE ABSOLUTE NECF.SSITY of hj:altu. BLOOD THE marvellous results of Hood's Sar sapakilla ujion all humors and low conditions of the blood (as fcx prov en by the cures effected) prove It the best BLOOD MED- 1CINE. Such has been the sue- cess of this ai ticlo at home AO that near ly every family in Jx whole neigh, borhoods have been gx taking it at the same time. 0?lt eradicates scrofula, vital- izes and cnricli cs the blood. Cy thereby restoring and rcnovat- Xing the whole sys tem. Hood's 6 SABSArABiLLA puri fies the blood. Hood's Sarsa parilla S) cures dyspepsia. Hood's Sarsa- fM parilla cures bilious ness. a iieculiar point in Hood's Sar- sapakilla is that it builds up and strengthens the system, while it eradicates disease, and as nature's great assistant proves itself invaluable as a pro tection from diseases that originate in cjianges of the seasons, of climate and of lile. SCROFULA. Its Howard Strfft. 1 Lowell, Mass., .Uti. IJ. 1 MESSRS. C. I. Hood & Co.: Ocutlcuten I have used Hood's Sarsapakili a inniy family for scrofulous humor vi iih 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 remedv a trial, and assure them they will not be disappoint ed. Very truly yours, tUoburu Shuttle Co.) C. C. PICKEBING. Hood's Sarsaparilla is sold by all Drug gists. Trice $1 per bottle; six for $5. Pre. pared by C. I. HOOD & CO., Lowell, Uass. HTARPER'STHEATRE. ONE NIOHT ONLY, TUESDAY, JULY 21. i-J. H. HAVERLY'S-J UNITED AMERICAN-EUROPEAN MINSTRELSI Under the personal supervision of J. H. HAVSHLY, , The Largest and Beet Minstrel Company in the World, including ' CHARLEY REED, The Great Califonria Comedian, And the Marvelous Cragg Family. Prices: 5, 50 and 75 cents. Reserved scsts tl at Harper Honee Krag stere. At the Datenport Business College, M .ti jan-24-dly Book Kezpiko, Rapid Calculation, Commercial Law. phoisogbapht. Type Writing, Tjeliqbaphy. DUSCAN & HAWKS, Prop'trs. R. CRAMPTON & COMPANY. ALASKA'S REFRIGERATORS, Climax Cook Stoves, Monitor Oil Stoves, Rapid Ice Cream Freezers Water Coolers, k -AT- WILLARD BAKER & CO.'S Opposite Harper House. THE "TIVOLI," M. MAGRUM, Proprietor, Second Avenuk. Opp. Harper House. $"The "Tiv.ii.1" has lately been transformed Into a Palace equaling in every respect the fines saloons in Chicaro and surpassing anything in the three cities. A number ot 1'ans operated by mnchitu'ry for keeping the aircool is one of the ieAdinfeaturc of Ihe place. The Liquid Refreshments dispensed at tint establishment is in keeping with it e craud improve ment. An elcsnl lunch served every morning. All kunls of Sumlw ii lies Jun-TdGin served on short notice. ROCK ISLAND TRUNK FACTORY No. 180! Sprout! Avpiihp. MaimfactintMs of all kinds of Trunks, Traveling Uags, Sample Cases. tlT REPAIRING DONE.l PAEK & ELLIS, Have just received for Midsummer trade, a very choice line of Ladies, Misses and Childiens Low Shoes and Slippers, Bought at a clearing out sale. We can sell them at less than Wholesale prices. t?Also a Isrfre assortment of Soft Kid and Serge tisittrs tor old ladies, or tender feet. !s?f Come and see ns. 1 704 Second Avenue. WM. RAMSKILL, MM MMFFFKRRHR CCCO It II M M M M F. K K V C II M M M M K K R I; M M M M KKK KRRK M MM M l K HC M MM MP R KO M M MKKKKK K Ol'lJO II 11 AA NN N II A A N N N II 1111 14 A A N N N It II AAA N N N OH II A AN N N II A AN NN NN N TTTTT T TTTTT A III, AA III, A A III. A A III AAA III. A A II I. OOO 1IRKR (I OK R II l.K K 11 oliliRK O It K OH R All I.I I I.I. OOO K R No. 1G03 Second Avenue, IWPine Fits a Specialty. ROCK ISLAND, ILL. IP. S. SOUTHAUD, Manufacturer and Pealer iu UPHOLSTERED FURNITURE, MATRASSES AND PICTURE FRAMES. Also Dealer in Mirrors, C'oiuisli Poles, Curtain Fixtures, Mouidini's, Klc , tgrricis lower than Ihe lowest. Tri'iimn's P.hirl:, opi. Commercial Hotel. JACOB iULKY, UiTtii-r aifti lmiortT in Marble and Granite Monuments. i"l'"f'ial lVsii;ns furnished 011 application, ('iirrespiiinlein'e solicit. Works and Otlitv u Kitfsi 1 7tts Nl., oppnsile I'. O.. Kock Island, lii. sept w-dly uev-ii-dly J. T. DIXON, MERCHANT- TAILOR, And Dealei in Mens' Line Woolens, I 70G Second avenue. Plumbing, Steam and Gas Fitting, Knowles' Steam Puiups, Inspirators and Ejectors, Vt'roualit, (st and 1-ad Pipe. Pipe Kittlne anil Brass UkIs of cveiy iliscriptinn: Huh tier ll.,- and Pai kiug of all kinds; lin.in'1'ile and M-wer Vii. Office and Shop 1314 Third Ave., ROCK ISLAND, ILL. July-17-fll jr . EXCHANGE HALL "RUDOLPH SCHWECKE, SALOON And $illiarD HALL, Below the C. R. I. & P. Depot, Moline Ave., Rock Island, El. Imported and Domestic beer and Wine, Fine Ubuore and Cigars always on hand. jua ao-ly "THE ATLANTIC!" BILLIARD AND POOL PARLOR, No. 1 8 1 2 Second Avenue, Rock Island. taTTflsener, Knlmbscber and the finest domestic Beer on draught. All kiDds of Sandwiches serves u any hour. Telephone lii. . aag-s-dlr JOHN WESTPHAL'. Proprietor, JOHN SCHAFER, -DEALEB IN- Wines, Liquors, Beer and cigari No. 1316 Tbird Avenue. Rock IslandAils. X This place has been refitted and refurnished and ta now one of toe best Saloons In the P.j,, J fSTLunca every morning. . I , r'