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J&ock SLANB AftGUS. r1? fOLUME XXXIII NO mi ROCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS. WEDNESDAY. JDLY 29, 1885. ESTABLISHED OCT. 18. 1851 i i THE GOLDEN EAGLE IWO I. O OL O (' L 11 0 o o 0 i. V I. Oh o o o o o o o CWtJ LLLLL OOO H H n NN N (Hit) RSS8 TTTTT OOO BRRR FEKE H H1INN NO O S 8 T O OR RR H H II N N M O 8 TOOR RR H HUN N NO N TOOR RK HHBHIIN N NO SSS8 T O O RRRR RE H HIIN N NO GO S T O OR RE H HUN N NO G 8 T O OR RR H HUN NNG G 8 8 T O OR RR U HIIN NN OGO SSS T 000 R RKKEK Commene ANNOUNCE, ill Morrow, Tuesday, July 7, THE ANNUAL JULY CLEARING SALE. Goods have been MARKED DOWN throughout every department in pur vast establishment to figures which will absolutely compel sales. Pay us a visit and judge for yourself. The Golden Eagle Clothing Store A. LOEB, Mang'r. Post Office Block. Rock Island, Illinois. J. B. ZIMMER, MERCHANT TAILOR, OF PIISTE WOOLEKS, Is pleased to announce the completion of hii Spring and Summer stock of Choice Suit ings, "Surpassing all former efforts." lie solicits your attention to the above, and feels satisfied that an examina tion will demonstrate to you that your interest can be faithfully served. Particular and prompt attentiua will be given to ail orders with which you jBuy favor him Fit and Workmanship unexcelled. No. 1810 Second Avenue, Rock Island, 111. ftiivVi NEW (ii.n I ) Or. (; (; RKRR OOO COCO KKKK RRRR .' V !.! R R O O C C K R R V V S S R R O O V, i: V R R v r s R R O O I. F R R V V S liRRR O O r: VF. RRRR VV HSSS R R O O E R R V R R R o o r: .: e r r v s R. R O C fj E R R v R S ii R 000 CCCC EBFE B R T SSSS TTTTT T T T T T T T T OOO P.RIIlt MM. O OR RE O O R RE O OR RE O O KIUtR EE O OR R K O OR RE O OR RE OOO K RF.EEK.. Choice Brands of Minnesota and Winter Wheat Flour. "j'id Dairy and Creamery Butter, Cotton Slops, Minn., Potatoes, Vegetables, ifcc, al C. J. LOIsTG-'S, Cor. Nineteenth Street and Second Avenue. THOS. IP- CARY, Etin.ter .elxxcI G-rainer Is pepared to do all kinds of work in Plain and Decorative Paper Hanging and Kalsoniining. A complete stock of all Paper, Curtaia Fixtures, Cornice Poles and Room Moulding. Mixed Paints always on hand. firAM a fi; ine 0f Art Good and Artfots' Materialn. Lesnonp siven in Fainting and French m;ro;uery Work. Embroidery Silks, Corde and Fancy Goods whicn are sold at close figures; call and test prices of work. 1813 Second Avenue, ROCK ISLAND, ILL. JACOB OHLWEILER, Jr., RETAIL DEALEK IS- Wines, Liquors, Beer and Cigars, No. 309 Twentieth Street. Wr"r Leach every morning and every Baturday eveninj. may 7 dly " Davis. - s. . davj DAVIS & CO.. Plumbers, Gas I Steam Fitters. A Complete Stock of Pipe and Fittings up to 5-Iach. ALL KINDS Of Dm 9 ft,. . - Brass Goods, Packing, Hose. FUMP8, jsEWEB PIPE, FIRE BRICK, ETC ftOLX ASSJTTB FOX pDeane Steam Pumps Eclipse Wind Mills, Gold's Safety Heating Boilers. loe1018 for fnrntoUn8 and laying Water.Gas and Sewer Pipe " OlOOK. 17U4 J) ITSl ATBHUB ROCX IBLAHD, lU. IN WANT OF WATER. TERRIBLE SITUATION IN SEVERAL PENNSYLVANIA TOWNS. Continued Drought Ma Ires Water Fifty Cents a Barrel, and Cheap at That, bat Many People To able to Buy Other Mishaps. Shenandoah, Pa., July 9 The people living in the JlahoniDg valley east aai wjst from this place are in an intents state of ex citement over the present drought, which, if prolonged many days, will result in great suffering. St Nicholas, liilberton, llaiz ville, Mahoney, Plane, and other towns forming an aggregate population of over 60,OJO are absolutely with out water, and unless rain soon puts in an appearance the result will be dis astrous. The town of Gilberton, two miles east of this place, having a population of 3,01)0 people, always has been supplied with water from the tanks at the colliery, hy drants and pumps beinj entirely unknown on account of the peculiar location of the town. Several weeks ago, how ever, when the present drought set in, the colliery officials notified the people that no mors water coull be obtain! at the tanks for the present. This peremptory order caused great uneasiness among the citizens, who began to realize their position. The supply was thus con fined to a little spring on the mountain side, mors than a mile distant, in which direc tion hundreds of people could be teen going constantly day and night with their pails, but tne little spring soon became exhausted and finally dried up. leaving the town ab solutely without a drop of water. A consul tation wa, held among the miners, of which the town is principally compiled, and they resolved to have teams t. haul water in barrels from Frackville, four miles distant, and sell it at the rate of 50 cent per barrel, but owing to the extreme poverty which exists everywhere in the coal regions it wag discovered they could not afford to pay even tais small 6am. They were therefore oblige 1 to puspend the haul ing of water by teams, and now a long yroees-ion of people make two trips daily w;tJ Lockets to the spring at Frackville. waich offers no assurance of last ing long. The same state of affairs prevails at more than half a down towns in the Mahonoy valley, which in a day or two will be virtually without a drop of water for eitaer domestic or other use, unless rain con. Dunn; a!! I last ws?k the coILer le i l the valley w?r kept at work only b haaon,' water for miias to supply the boil ers, ail of which vul.i ba force.! inti idle ness ilurin? the prnt week but lor the fact that a penerai spsnsion was oriaraj until next Mjndav. Killed Seven, Wounded Three. Atlanta, Ga., July 9. At Huwanee, on the Richmond At Dauvilh railrcal. a ditch train inn over a cow. throw;ng one car fr m the tnack. In the car were fifteen nero train-hands and si tars of iroa The cur turned on its side and the iron fell on the negroes, killing seven and wounding three more. The track has been cleared. 1.ATER- The latent dispatches from the scene of the di-a-ster Monday night on the Richmond & .Danville railroad, state that two more of the injured are dying. Fatal Accident at a F.arn liaising. Elora, Oxt., July it At a barn raisin? near Keuilworth, Monday, tae fall of a beiu resulted in the data of a man named Jmm S..aw and the wounding ' taree others br yo id much hope of recovery. Nineteen jther persons were mora or less injured. The Grasshopper In Canada. Toroxto, Ont, J ily 21 Advices from the country, near London, Ont., report an invasion of grasauoppirs nearly as bad as that whica has teen t,eari of in connection w.th Kansas. The crops are suffering se vereiy. GATHERED TO HIS FATHERS. An Illustrious Israelite Cone to His K. ward Death of SirMo.es Montetloro. Ljxdo.y, Ju.y 24). Sir lln'i MunteSore iii&i m ma home at Kam-gale at 4:3) o'ciock iuesday afternoon. Hi was bora Oct. in, Sir Moses lived t learn all about a ceie bri. .n t jat was truly world-wide, over tne lui)th anniversary ol his ulrth. Tnere were ceremonies in every continent on the globe. Toe Jews in iloumelia celebrated it; and tue Jews in Damascus aud Hebrews in America and all over t;ie continents. In lSuT be became hijb sheriff of Kent, and iu November of the same year wai knighted by the queen. He was made a baronet iu li47. IIB undertook a number of important charitable missions oon after tL t. He went to Damascus to plead for religious freedom f r the Jews there, and in Hoi to Morocco, to o'utaiii for both Chris tians and Hebrews there immuuity from religious ps-r-eciif.f.u.. Ail tLes mis sions were exceptionally suecrgsfuL On bis return tie was pr se.utod with a magnificent gold s..rvk ly t!. Jeitish popuiati n of lxiiid. n. In l,t17 !:e ina.ie a succeful pilgriiua.-e to Romnelia and obtained concessi hi fr the J-ws from the emperor. In this year be endowed magnifi cently a Jewish college in the memory of his wife Judith. Sir Moe gave to the nee.lv with generous hand, and all the world over he was famous for his philan thropy. Presidential Appointees. Washioto5 City, July i!9. The pres ident has appuutei Antony Eickhcft, of New York, to be fifth auditor of the trea sury; Conrad Krez, of Wisconsin, collector of customs for the district of Milwaukee, Wis. ; Samuel Flower, assistant treasurer of United States at Nsw Orleans. The following named postmasters at "pres idential" offices, werejappoinled: George W. Bull, Webster City, Iowa; John F. I'yme, Vinton, Iowa; E. M. Lockwooi, Burlington, Kan.; William Becker, Mary -villa, Kan.; H. E. S.ay maker, Lancaster, Pa ; 8am lei DeWoIIe, Roche-ter, M.nn. ; G. -D. SanforJ. Grand Haven, Mien.; a 8. Lacey, Marshall, Mich.; F. M. Litzer, Albany, Mo.; Wiliiam . Black, Gallatin, Mo. Three Children Beaten Fatally. Ksoxvillk, Tsna., July 29. Word aome from Sevier county of the terrible result of a famuy feud between tbe Huffs and the Brewing ous, living near Emmet's cave. The trouble originated some time ago in a quarrel about a spring on HutTa ground On Thursday last three children of Zew ingtou's, who were at the spring cettuis: wa ter, were attacked by Mrs. Huff and her sun Dow, aged 18, and beaten fearfully with clubs and stones, so that the two youngest girls, aged 4 and tt.dled that night The other, boy of S, can not recover. Strange to say the people of the neighborhood seem apathetic at toe result of the horrible affair. No arrests are reported. Oot a Safer Job. Nw Obleaxs, July 29. Director Gen eral 8. A. Buck, of tbe New Exposition company, having been appointed postmas ter, has resigned, and CoL Glenn, late super rising inspector at this part, has been sleeted to till the vaeancy. E. W. Hurst represents the leading American ana foreign insurance Co s . Policies carefully written at current rates. Agency established 1874. Office 0T Sock Island National Bank. BRITISH STATESMAN IN TROUBLE That Will Probably Result in Disaster to His Party. London, July 29. A Radical member of the house of commons and of the late cab inet, is seriously annoyed by a prevalent scandal According to the current atory, this statesman, who is a widower, took to his private residence a few weeks ago the wife of another well known London gentleman. Tbey entered a room, when, to the horror of the woman, she discovered another woman in the apart ment. This compromised the first woman so much that she bitterly upbraided the statesman, and there was a terrible scene, isiie finally left the house in desperate anger, and confessed the whole circumstance to her husLand. The scandal became public, tha aggrieved husband became furi ous, and tbe statesman involved Ifggad the aid of a noble earl au i a moat popular commoner, both mem bers of the late cabinet, to suppress the re ports. Both of tbe ex-ministers consented to try, and they have employed the past f ortuight in efforts to make a settlement The friends of the accused are willing to pay any sum to prevent an exposure. Both houses ot parliament are fully possessed of the tacts, and the scandal is the general topic of coa versa tion in all West-end ;clubs. The Tories are gleeful, and the present ministers have high boj.es of ruining by exco-ure the famous citizen and diplomat who is incul latL The Tories are straining every nerve lo tecure an exposure, so as to destroy the cbanre ot Radical success at the general elec tion. They are urging the husband not to rfcle, an t are promising him legal aud so cial prow -tion. The subject emgrossed the attention of all in the lobbies of the house Monday night. It is alleged that the accused gentleman refrained from addressing a great political meeting Monday night which he had intended to address. Tbe name of the ?r.-iag state-man is Sir Charles Dilke. Casey Didn't Waste His Ammunition. New Orleans, La., July 29. At the cor ner of Tchoupatoulis and Seventh streets, M ndsy night, Jo eph Casey, Toney Sei b rt and Fre 1 Wilson, got into a argument ?o:i(-erning horses. The discussion waxed n irm, and Casey struck Wilsm, who re unW the blows. Outsiders interfered, r.n 1 Wilson and Casey shook hands. Suortly afterward the party egreed t .a" another reconciliation was neces st.iy, whoreupon Casy again apolo '.e.i handsomely. The hand-shak-in, continued until Wilson was grasp-in,- one of the disputants affectionately, -i Casey drew a revolver and, without v-.: u u. openei on t ie crowd. The first : struck Wilson in the neck, passing tu. uu'h. Another plowed its way entirely through Mrs. Hausner's side, and the third w- .t t irou:h Tony Siibert's breast Carey :ci reloaded his weapon and walked down t siTDtt firing at everyh idy hi saw, fort uii.ttlv without effect. Ca-ey was arrested. 'oue ot the wounds inflxtei will probably pr .vf fa Lai. llayard and the TIaxwell Claim. New Youk. July U'A An evening paper pnuL: i a Waslii.iton dispatch Monday staun.' that ."dr. levar i, while on the pri vate iaad claims coui.nittee of the senate, wr to an opinion su-taiiiin; the title of the Maxwell claim, and received $:;,0M0 for it thr .ii'jS. L il. Barlow. Mr. barlow says: "It is nonsense. The facts ars that about a. leen years a,o Mr. Thurinaa, Mr. O'Con nor, Mr. Evarts, Mr. Bayard and myself con sulted as to tbe validity of the title. It bai notu in to do with conjress. It was simply a legal question which required solution, as a Ger:nan company was at the time negotia ing for tbe purchase of a part of tha land. All agreed to the validity of the title. It bad no political significance. If I remember rightly, Mr. Thurman was the only one who had aoy doubts at the time, but they were merely as to the extent of the grant, not affecting the validity of the title." Grane nlants are to hp taken from thi country bv the Austrian enverment in tbe hope that fresh vines will resist the destroying insects. Ex President Arthur has rerpnt'v had great luck with his rod and line. EXfRAQTS MOST PERFECT MADE Parent and strongest Natural Fruit Flavors. Prepared by a physician with special regard to health. )R0POSAL8 FOR ORDNANCE SUPPLIES. Rack Island A bursal. Rock Island. 111., July 20. 1885 SEALED PROPOSALS, in trinlirate. nnon tht blauk fcrm furniphed from this office onlr will be received at this Arnenal until 1 o'clock P. M.. on THURSDAY. AUGUST 30, 1SH5. at which time they will be publicly opened, for furnishing the following ciapjH1 of supplies, in pnch Quantities and at such times during the fiscal year ending June 'Mi, lSKtj. as the Com a: Sliding Officer of this Areual uiiir remr.ro. viz : Blankets. Blacksmith's Tools, Foraee. S h er. Gold. Steel. Tin. Brass. iron. Copper and brass Rivets and Burs: Iron, Brass and Cooper wire; Nails. Screws. Tacks. Bolts, Nuts. Leather, Thread. Rone. Duck. Paints. Oils, Cnemicais. Paper, Cleaning and Polishing All articles a ut be subjected to a neid inspec tion, full compliance with tbe specifications will be insisted upon, and no articles of inferior quality will be accepted. The Government reserTea the right to reject any or all proposals, or parts thereof. A prefer ence will be given to articles of domestic produc tion and manufacture, conditions of prices and quaU:y bein; equal. Forms containing instructions to bidders, acopy of this advertisement, blank form of proposals., and specification for supplies, with column for prices to be filled in by the bidder, can be bad up on application by maii or in person to tbe under signed, and samples of tne supplies can be seen at this Arsenal. Bidders are requested to be present at the oemng. Envelopes containing proposals should be marked "Proposals for Ord nance Supimee," and addressed to the undersigned. L. W. UXAGLEK. 39-6t Lt. Col. of Ordnance, Commanding- PARAGON EXTENSION Step Ladders, Extends from 3 to 9 feet. A combination of Five Lad ders in one, costing no more than an ordi nary good ladder. Kor sale by J. T. NOFTSKER. jalySl-dlm . THE MARKETS. Cmcaoo. Jalyaa The market quotations on tbe Board of trade to-day ivere as follows: Wheat o. 2 August, opened 86Je, closed 87Jc; September, opened io, oiowd 'l3; Oc tober, opened 910, clesed 92)0. Corn No, 2 July, opened o)c, closed 4o).:: August, opened 45c, closed 45c; .September, opened 4o)c, closed Va. Oata o. 2 July, opened o-c, closed 34c; August, opened ')c, closej 26c; September, opened 34V, closed 25c. Pork August, opened $10. nX, closed $10.25; September, opened $19.37, closed 10.3iisj-, October, opened ll0..'(7)s,, closed $10.4'J V Lard August, opened 16.50, closed t 55. Live stock The Union Stock yards report the following range of price: Hogs Market strong and active, with about all sold at 10(2 Uc higher prices; light grades, I4.55ij.100: rough packing, S4.3u3i.35; heavy packing. I4.40A4.70. Cattle Steady at yesterday's decline; shipping, t4.7)S.U; butchers, $1.754.25; Texans, t30034.00. Sheep Steady; common, 2,U0(g3,00; me Uium togod. taoOiglUO. Produce: Butter Gilt-edged creamery, 17(3 is.:; fancy dairy, lSQlfc; packing, 6?c per lb. Kggs 10(jtllc per doz. Potatoes -tl.lOJl.i per bbL Poultry-Spring chickens, lUtSUXc. and old hens, 9US10c per lb. Apples Old. $3.7505.00, and new, $1.00Ssl,00 per bbi. Berries Black and red raspberries, 75c$1.25 per 24-ptcase; black raspberries, tl.'3.i)1.50 per lti-qt. case; blue berries, SOQ'AJc per l3Kit case; blackberries, $2.00(3.50 per 16 qt case. Mew Tork. New York, July 28. Wheat Opened heavy and (gc lower; later develops 1 strength witu the west, and recovered most of tbe decline; speculation moderate; No. 1 white nomi nal; No. i red August, 9S9sc; do iSeptember. $1.03j(ai.OOX; do OctoDer, $L0i o-l(i(31.i, 7-,; do November $1.04(3 104; uo December, $1.06(81.063;; do January, $1.07 Corn Opened &c lower, later rscover?d from decline; mixed western spot, 50(alo3c; futures 515;(g53c. Oats Opened weaker, later a sha ie better; western. 37(g4.ic. Provi-ions Beef, dull and nominal; new extra, $10.00. Pork, firm; new mess, $11.50(311.75. Lard a shade better; quiet; steam-rendered, $0.73. St. Louis. Sr. Louis. July 38. Wheat Fairly active and higher, and closing above yesterdav's quota tions; No. 2 cash, 9y(39Wc;" August, Vic; September, LOUjc. Cora Generally higner but slow; caso. 4ii42c; July, 4lc; August. 4-c; September, 420. Oats Cash firmer, but options very quiet; cash, 2.j.s,(53.??c; August. 23c. Rve Quiet; 5b';;.-. hisky Steady; $1.13. Provisions Pork better; $10.75. Lard steady, $6.45(3 6.50. Toledo. T iled y July 2a Wheat Firmer and i!ul!; No. i red cash, July and Auzust. 3o: Sentember. 4Vic; Ocbiber, 9jj'c; November W7c; No. i sort, ,.'o((j.)'sJc; do oil, ys?. Corn in active; No. 2 cash and futures. 4ic asked. Oats Dull; No. 2, Sic; August. 27c asked. Septembar, 2siJsjC Milwaukee. MiLwatKia. Wis., July 28. Wheat Strong; Milwaukee No. 3. S7t;:; August, 87c; Septe-nber, fOc. Corn Steady; Na 2, 46c bid. Oats Steady; No. 2, 3J'c. Rye Quiet; No. 1, 5S';i Bar iev Nominal; No. 2 unchanged. CHICAGO. Article. Opening. Closin;. W'T July .... AiiL-ust S6H 87V Srpt. .... H'.u, OCX. 93 9J CORN Julv August 45 4.iW SepU 4511 45sj Oct. 4Si 44, l.)T9 July 3:s S0K Ausust H M Sept. 25 Ort. Pork .Tuly Aueiist 10 3) 10 10 Sept. 10 31 Oct. .... 10 47 Lrd w uly .. . Ausust 6 55 6 hi Sept. 6 74 6 2 Oct. 6 ','! S 70 itlB9 July .... An'U 5 5 Hepl. S & 5 77 Oct. 5 75 5 85 Hoes-18.000;!isht. 4 55a5 00; mixed, 4 20a4 55; hea ,4 45a4 77 ROCK ISLAND. )a .'Be Hay Timoth $9 00. Hay Wild $8.00. Kye 51 1. Corn 46c. otaioes 40c Onions- -90c. r;os' Soft 11 : hard S 50. lord ood $J 00. Straw 5 On. hereditary scrofula: A" EE you aware that in your blood the taint of scrofula has a prominent place? This is true of every one. It is lia ble at any time, on the slightest provocation, to develop itself in some insidious disease. Consumption and many other diseases are outerowths of tin's Impurity of the blood. Hood's Sarsaparilla has a wonderful power over all scrofulous troubles, as the re markable testimonials we have received unmistakably prove. Messes. C. I. Hood & Co.: Gentlemen My youngest son has always been troubled Willi Scrofulous Humor; sores in his head discharging from his ears, and a run sing sore on the back of his ear for two years; his eyelids would fester and ulcerate, discharging so that I was oblieed to wash them oieu every morning, bis eyelashes nearly all coming out; lie was exceediiwly dainty, most of the time eating but two slight meals a day. We were unable to And any thing that had the least eSect upon him till last spring, 176. we gave him two bottles of Moods Sarsaparilla. His appetite improved at once. The back of his ear healed up without a scar, and not a sore iu his head since. . Sincerely yours, Mrs. N. C. Sajtrortt, No. 103 Merrimack St., Lowell, Mass. " We do not as a rule allow ourselves to use our editorial columns to speak of any remedy we advertise, but we feel warranted in savin ir a word for Hood's Sarsaparilla. Sarsaparilla has been known as a remedial agent for centuries and is recognized by all schools of practice as a valuable blood puri fier. It is put up in forms of almost infinite variety, but Messrs. Hood & Co., (Lowell, Mass.) who are thoroughly reliable pharma cists, have hit upon a remedy of unusual value. Certainly they have vouchers of cures which we know to be most extraor dinary." i'ditors ioiceft Wtekly Journal. HOOD'S SARSAPARILLA. Sold by drtiRnists. Price $1; six for $5. Prepared by C.T. HOOD & CO., Lowell, Mass. HALF-CENT A WOfiD. Thb Arol-s hereafter wi 1 publish in this col umn all a-rertisemente of Lost. Found. For Rent. For Sale, Bord or Kooms. Wanted, and similar notices, at tne low rate of One-half a cerU a word. eachncure a word, but do advertisement leee tban ten cents FOR S ALE Old papers for sale in any quantity at this office, cheap. FOR SALE Sixty lot in my additions to the city of Rock Island on four yearly payments, with interest al six npr r-nt iwr nnnnm d B. Davekpobt At the Davenport Business College, as M M jao-S4sfly boos kxefiks. Rapid Calculation, Cokmercial Law. Phokoorapht, Type Wbjtino, Tslxsrapht. DUNCAN 4 HAWKS, Prop'trs. R. CRAMPTON & COMPANY. ALASKA REFRIGERATORS, Climax Cook Stoves, Monitor Oil Stoves, Rapid Ice Cream Freezers Water Coolers, &c -AT- WILLARD BAKER & CO.'S Opposite Harper House. THE "TIVOLI," M. MAGRUM, Proprietor, Second Avenue, - - Opp. Harper House. tSThe "Ttvoir has lately been transformed into a Palace equaling in every respect the Inca saloonsin Chicago and surpassinz anythingin the three cities. A number of Fans operated by machinery for keeping the air cool is one of the leading features of the place. The Liquid Refreshments dispensed at this establishment is in keepin jwith its erand improve ment. An elegant lunch served every morniDS. All kinds of Sandwiches Jun-1 d6in served on short notice. ROCK ISLAND TRUNK FACTORY No. 1809 Second Avenue. Manufacturers of all kinda of Trunks, Traveling Bags, Sample Cases. REPAIRING DONE.,3 PAEK & ELLIS, Have just received for Midsummer trade, a very choice line of Ladies, Misses and Childrens Low Shoes and Slippers, Bought at a clearing out sale. We can sell them at less than Wholesale prices. t3PAlso a lare assortment of Soft Kid and Serge Gaiter for old ladies, or tender feet. tSrCome and see as. 1 704 Second Avenue. WM. RAMSKILL, MM !HM FEF.F.RRRR CCCO H M M M M F. M MM M F M MM M FEE M MM M F M MM M E R RC R R 0 RRRR O R RC R RC H CH H H H HHHH H H ; H M FF.FE R R CCCO H No. 1603 Second Avenue, t"Fine Fits a Specialty. A N! A A NN A A N N N A A N If K A A A N V N HA AN HA AN N TTTTT N T NN a 11 r. T AA II L T A A II L T A A lit T AAA III. T A A 111. OOO RKRR O OR R O OR R O O RRRR O OR R OR K AIILLLLL OOO R ROCK ISLAND, ILL. IT. S. SOUTHA-IRaD, Manufacturer and Dealer in UPHOLSTERED FURNITURE, MATRASSES AND PICTURE FRAMES. Also Dealer in Mirrors, Cornish Poles, Curtaia Fixtures, Mouldings, Etc., fPricts lower than the lowest. Treman's Block, opp. Commercial Itotcl: JA.COB RILEY, Dealer and Importer in Marble and Granite Monuments. tySpecial Designs furnished oa application. Correspondence solicited. Works and Office on East 17th St., opposite P. O.. w-d.y Rock Island, HI. J. T.DIXON, MERCHANT TAILOR, And Dealei in Mens' Fine Woolens, 1706 Second avenue. nov-J8-dly Plumbing, Steam and Gas Fitting,. Knowles' Steam Pumps, Inspirators and Ejectors, Wrought, Cast and Lead Pipe, Pipe Fittlm and Brass Goods of every description: Rubber Hose and Packing ot all kinds; Drain Tile and sewer Pine. Office and Shop 13U Third Ave., ROCK ISLAND. ILL. jnly-lT-dty EXCHA-TSTGrE HALL. RUDOLPH SCHWECKE, SALOON And BILLIARD HALL, Below the C. R. I. & P. Depot, Moline Ave., Rock Island, HI. Imported and Domestic Beer and Wine, Fine Libuors and Cigars always on hand. Jun iM-ly "THE ATLANTIC !" BILLIARD AND POOL PARLOR, No. 1812 Second Avenue, Rock Island. urn Hlsener, Knlmbacher and the Snett domestic Beer on draught. All kinda of Sandwichaa asm at any hour. Telephone 15. v-, B W1' JOHM WE8TPHAL Proprietor. 1 i i '