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LB VOLUME mill NO 237. ROCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS. MONDAY. AUGUST 3, 1885. ESTABLISHED (NT 18. 1851 . . OCK IS LAND THE ' GOLDEN EAGLE row L O CI. 0 CL " c o r. OOO TTTTT H O O T H OCl-U LLLLL OOO H II SK ti (i(H! n II ' 5 KG G H H n S N Sli H H UN N KB HHBH1IN N KG H HUN Ji K H GO H HUN N N G G H HIIN NNG G U UIIN NN GGG SSSS TTTTT OOO RRRft PEER S STOOR RE S T O OR SI k T n O R R R TOO RRRR EE T O OR RE T O OR RK T O OR RE T OOO E RgREK SSSS s R 8 8 8SS ANNOUNCE, flfflMciis Morrow, Tuesday, July 7, THE ANNUAL . JULY CLEARING SALE. WILL NOT CARRY MAIL FIVE AMESICAM STEAMSHIP PANIES REFUSE ' COM- To Carry Cnele Sam's Mall What Vila Says of it Cattlemen Seeking the President Wales Sentenced Capital Notes. Goods have been MARKED DOWN throughout every department in our vast establishment to which will absolutely compel sales. figures Pay us a visit and judge for yourself. pe Golden Eagle Clothing Store Post Office Block, Rock Island, Illinois. A. LOEB. Mang'r. J. B. ZIMMEE, MERCHANT TAILOR, OF ZFIHSTE woolen s, Is pleased to announce the completion ot his Spring and Summer stock of Choice Suitings,--"Surpassing all former efforts." Be 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 attention will be given to all orders with which you may favor him Fit and Workmanship unexcelled. No. 1810 Second Avenue, Rock Island, 111. t.EA MONSTER CAPTURED. NEW RRRR OOO COCO FERE RRRR V R ROOC CK R R V Y R ROOC CE R RTT R ROOK F R RTY RRRR O O C EE RRRR TV RROOO E RRY R ROOC BE R R Y i R ROC OE R R V U R OOO 001:0 EEEE K R T SSSS s s s Trrrr ooo TOO RRRR KEEE R R E R RE R RE KRRR EE R RE R RE R RE K KEEEE. Choice Brands of Minnesota and "Winter Wheat Flour, )od Dairy and Creamery Butter, Cotton Mops, Minn., Potatoes, Vegetables, &c, C. 0". LONG'S, Cor. Nineteenth Street and Second Avenue. thos. if1, ojztrz; 'adnteir and Grainer Is prepared to do all kinds of work in Plain and Decorative Paper Hanging and Kalsomining. A complete stock of Wall Paper, Curtain Fixtures, Cornice Poles and Room Mouldings. Mixed Paints always on hand. BfAlfo a fall line of Art Good and Artists' Materials. Leston? sWen in Painting and French Knibroidery Work. Embroidery Silks, Cords 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 DEALER IS Wines, Liquors, Beer and Cigars, No. 309 Twentieth Street. !y?rec Lunch every morning and every Saturday evening. may 1 dly DAVls. B. 8. DAVI8 DAVIS & CO., flumbeis, Gas I Steam Fitters. L Complete Stock of Pipe aad nttitgi up to 8-Inch. Washin-ctoh City, Aug. 3 Five Ameri can steamship compauies The Pacific Mail (San Francisco to Australia,, the R31 "D'' (Xew York to Venezuela), the Clyde (New York to Tart's island), the New York, Havana & Mexico, and the New York & Cuba line. have declined to carry the U.iited State maiU after Friday. In commenting up n this action, Post master General Vilas said. "Cer tain American Steamship lines, probably under the lead of the Pacific Mail Steim-t-hip company, entered Into a combination, apparently with the purpose of forcing the distribution among them of the $ KM, 000 ap propriated by congress for mileage compen sat.on tor carrying the mails. Some of them wrote to the postoffice department, desiring to know what, teims would be given. I proposed to each one of the companies to go to the full limit that the law would allow, and awarl to them both sea and inland postage. This is about three times what they bad been re ceiving for the same service during the past twelve year.i. It is three times what is paid f. r carriage across the Atlantic, and it is probably in most cases all that should be paid for carrying the mail. The companies are still acting in concert and in consequence of their combination refused to accept these term which were s liberal as compared w,th.tLose they had received. They felt, I suppose, that they could drive the govern ment out of the position it had taken by re fusing to carry the mail for the compensa tion one.ad. Ice companies seemed to think that if they refused to carry the mails there would be no other course left to the government but to make contracts with them and distribute the money ($4J0, DO0) acordingly. A complete schedule for the transportation of the mails has been arranged, and they will aii go with very l.ttie difference in po.nt of time to the places of destination. A statement has been made in the newswapers to the effect teat the United States government is not as lib eral as Great Br.tain in conijienstating steamship lines. In point of fact, the rate which has leen offered to our lines very much exceeds the rate ptid by Great Britain. The ra'e we offv-r is about 6J pr cn. m re than the British hues receive from their government. It was a rate ui.justiSaMy large, more tiian ought to be paid, but the government deemed it fair to eo to the utmost lei.gt'a which the law and reason alouel, in order to avoid any difference with Afr ican steamship companies until congress should ni'eu The deparunsut has mae such arrangements that the pnblie suffer no in convenience worthy of mention in respect tc carrying the mails, and in some cases, nota bly the Cuban service, the mails will be er pedited." The superintenient of foreign mails sak' that the American companies La i refused an offer of $1.6.1 per pound for carrying the mails. This is want is known as combinei sea and inland p .stage, and is equivalent tc 3..K) per tn. They receive at present tut international rat", or 44 cents per pounl. Cattlemen Asking for Time. Washington City, Aug. i A delega tion of cattleman nus arrived to insk9 one mure eff irt to inlu-e the president to grant them a further extension of time. 0;ie of the ablest lawyers in Washington has been enjaged by them in examining the cor respondence of the interior depart ment, and every order made by Secretary Teller relatinj to the subject, for tbe purpose of finding, if possi ble, some executive act or declaration which would give the cattlemen a legal status, and place them in a different attitude from that which they, in fact, hold that of mere trespassers. The brief has been prepared. Those who ought to know say the position taken is very v trained and that it will not convince the prssident or the at torney general that the cattlemen have any legal rights in Iniiin territory. Their em-barras-tnent is further iucreasel by the fact th.-it Senator Dawe,, chairman of tbe committee on Indian a.T.iirs, in answer t . the inqu ry whether in the cjurse of the in vestigation last wimer the committee discovered anything to indicate that he cattlemen had any rizl.ts in Indian territory replied that no such information was discovered. One of tha points which will be urged by the cattlemen is that the time for the execution of the order s ould be extended until frost comes, becau-e at lea-t one-third ol their stock consists of 'rush Texas rattle which are prohibited by tbe quarantine laws of Kansas and Colo rado from being driven through those states. ' E-nrgon Gen. Hales' Sentence. WasHusoTo.i City, Aug. 3. The findinzs of the naval court-uiartial before which ex- Surgeon Gen. Wales was recently tried, were made public Friday. Tbe court sen tences him to suspension from rank and duty for five years, on furlough pay, and to re tain his present number in bis grade during that period. Dr. Wales was tried for culpable inefficiency in performing his duty, and for neglect of duty. Ha was found guilty on both charates. ' la awirov- ing the sentence the secretary of tbe navy says; "In expressing its approval of the proceeding-, findings and sentence in this case, the department deems it proper to re mark tbat no disnouest or corrupt act or motive involving any breach of per-onal integrity on the part of Medical Inspector Philip . t ales as chief of the bureau of medicine and surgery was alleged against him, nor is there any evidence in the ncord which would have justified such charge, or which tends to cast any reflection upon his per' sonal honesty. It is equally proper, how ever, to remark that tbe charges of 'cul pable inefficiency,' Inefficiency in tbe per formance of duty,' and "neglect of duty,' are fully sustained by the evidence." A Ctennine Devil Fish Captured on tlx Coast of Texas. Galvestox, Tex., Aug. 3. Aquatic sportsmen hivs been kept upon thi tiptoe of excitement by a school of marine monsters who have b-wu disporting in the gulf off the Bacu hotel for the last two weeks. Every effort to capture anv of these monsters pr ved unavailing until Thursday afternoon. waen a :lago n .hermari, who was drawing bU nets some six miles down the beach, go! one entenUd iu the meshes of his seine. The monster, finding his course impeded, made a violent struggle for liberty, lashing the wat;r into a boiling foam and rending the em as i: it was gossamer. Tne fisherman. b.. waver, succeeded in getting him into si.oal water, where he grounded. Then a line wai q'tickiy knotted around bis tail forward of the last fin. This was sufficient to hold him uuiil another line could be male fast to bis head, when he was launched into deep water and towed to the Beach hotel, where he has been viewed by thousands. The io-ister is estimated to weigh two tons. The measurement shows the fish to be not less than sixteen feet from tip to t ip of pectoral fins, and twelve feet from htad to tail The fish now in captivity fills exactly the description given the Ceratoptera vamprius, or uevd fish, by the best authorities in natural history. Its head is truncated in front and i rovided on each side with pointed wing-like arms, separated from tbe pectoral fins, and seemingly capa ble of independent action. These wings or fins, provided on either side of the head, are two feet and ten inches in length. The pec toral or win-like appendages on either side of the fish are of treat breadth, triangular in shape, resembling the wings of a bat, making the t.'insvorse diamster of the fish greater than the longitudinal, with tail in. Tbe meas urement of those pectoral fins is given above. while the bcsly proper is only eight feet in length and the tad about three or four. The jaws are at tbe end of the bead. Tbe lower, or more advanced, and the transverse diam eter of the mouth, measures two feet and ten inches. The eyes are small and lateral, resembling the eyes of an elephant, and are locatea outsiae ot tne protuiing wings or frontal boms. The tail is elongated like a whiplash, armed near the root with a prom inently serrutod spinil protruberanoe. The teeth are small, numerous, and fiat, and ar ranged in many rows. The mouth, when opened, could ea ily accommiate a flour barrel. The skin is rough to the touch, of a blackish-brown, and on the belly white and slimy. Tne habits and customs of this fi-h are accurately desuriba 1 in the American Encyclopedia, and are not uncommon in tue West Indies. Tais, however, from the best authorities, is the thirl one that Las ever been captured in American waters. Tnt lyiArlKc fi. CMICtSo, The market quotations on the trade to-day were as follows: Aug. t board of Wheat llj&tributius Fractional Silver. Sew York, Auj. 3 Tne circular issued by th committee of the Clearing House as ocinti on and aldres ed to the banks in all U.e iTiucip.';l c-itie- Oi the country request ing their aid in d.stursing as far as they are able the fractional silver coin now lying in the treasury, and thus enabling the Isew York banks to relieve the govern ment of its fears about a scarcity of gold, has been responded to from nearly every state in tiie Union by applications for dimes anl quarters. Tbe applications are frequently accompanied by a request for information as to tne cost of shipment of the silver from this city. For their informa tion Treasurer Jordan Friday printed this creular: Tbe assistant treasurer at New York will receive deposits for fractional coin and will orwara tne coin himself if the ulace of its destination is near to his office, or be will forward his certificate issued for the deposit to the sub-treasurer nearest to the destina tion of the coin for shipment, free of express to the consignees when the sums are $500 and over. Tbe clearing bouse does not dist ribute fractional silver. Drafts should be lent direct to the assistant treasurer. -No. 'i August, opened closed 87ko; September, opened and cio 1 Oc tober, opened VtXe, closed 83c Corn No. 2 August, opened and closed 45 X: Sep tember, opened and closed 45?Jc; October opened 4oH". dosed 45a 4J4 So. 2 Au-gu-t, opened inc, ciueed 2os; Septoni- oer, openea .ic, ctatea uciouer, opened and closed 35c rork August, opened and closed $L). 10; September, opened a.id closed $10.&l; October, openeti ana ciosea tio. i. Lara Auju-t, opened tf.5i2)f, closed fu55. live stock The Union Stoca yards report the following range of prices: Hogs Market active and prices steady and firm; light grades, f4.75jo25; rough packing, t4.3'.'g45;; heavy packing. 4.50(4.. Cattli Stead v ; shipping, 14.4 liJ5 0; butcher-, 1. 75(34.00; sto. kers, td.uj(ij4.10; Texans $2 JC44.0). Shesp Steady; com mon to lair, ia.J0v8S.73; thoice, $3.75(3 4.ii. Produce: Butter Gilt-adged creamery, 17(3 lie; fftney dairy, 15a 16c; packing, 6;dj7c per lb. Eggs lOaill.o per dot. Potatoes "ocujlLld per bbL Poultry Spring chicken, 13 14c, and old hens, 9j(l0c per lb. Apples New, aoO(Ji50 per bbl. Berries Black and red raspberries, ( Icig tl.00 per 24-pt case; black raspberries, (1.0U l.o5 per lrqt case: blueberries, tl. J6(3 1.50 per 10-qt ca-fl; blackberries, $2.00 per 16-qt ca e. Mew York. New Yorc, Aug. t Wheat Opeuel heavy and (gc lower, but soon strengthened and advanced H (40, with a moderate business. No. 1 wmte nominal. No. 'i red August 98XsWic; September, $L0Ui1.0It;: October, Sl.OoQ l.ii3'i: November. L05Uiai.05J; li-ceui- ber (l.i)7(1.07K; June 1.15J. Corn- Opened a shade easier; later advanced V Oie; nv'xed western spot, 5l(53)tc; future , iVnia. Oats Opened weak; later a shade better; western, 3.(J4oa Provision Bjef, dull; new extra, tlo.00. Pork, dull; new mess, til. Wall. 7.5. Lard, a shade better; steam-rendered, 6.77X tit. Loots. St. Louis, Aug 1. Wheat Opened "about steady, advanced lc then det lined ?, then closed above yesterday; ;Xa a red cash, 9W (31-O0X; August, V; September, $1.00,'; Octo ber, Corn Slow but a fraction higher; cash, UHVi?; August, 4IKc; September., 4214; October, 4a. Oats Firm an-1 a -ha le better; ca n. 24!j 34JXc; Angus',, 2-!c; September. 2-1Vc. Kye-D.;ll; 5- Dii. Whisky-Steady; 11.13. Provisions Pork, quiet; J10.50. Lari nominal; $0.45. Toledo. Toledo, Aug. L Wbeat Dull; No. 2 soft, 9ic bid; Au gust, V6c aske-1; September. vSc; No red csu and Augu-t. iHt; September, 95c: October, 90:4c; November Ma ked. Corn Quie:; No. 3 cash and August. 47e bid; September, 47! bid; year, :;:sc nominal; Oat Di:I ; No. 2 cash," 32c asked; August, 2dajC askel; September, Wc asked; May, 31c asked. lilwaukee. Milwaukee. Wis., Aug. L Wheat Weak; Milwaukee No. 2, 3iKci September, Slips': October, 9-V8o. Corn Steady; No. i ibc Oats-rDull: No. Kc Rye Dull; No. 1, 5s.sc. Barley Nominal ; No. , unchanged. au. kutds or Brass Goods, Packing, Hose, PUMPS, SEWER PIPE, FIRE BRICK, ETC -m&rivi'' Eclipse Wind Mills, Gold's Safety Heating Boilers. factors fnv tpr.Bas aud Sewer Pirje lUilUOIUU SftUVA It J - 1 x VT """Ha, In, 1712 First A.venuo. Rocx Iblakd, Iu Rallut-Box Burglar Bagged. I'RrxcsTOs Ula, Aug. & Patrick Con- Ion, the ba'.lot-box burglar, was arrested at Ohio station, in this county, Friday night, m is now in jail in this city. Condon is one of the men who was indicted for stealing tbe ballot boxes in the Third precinct of tne Third ward in Chicago, He "jumped he town," and was supposed to have r.a to Canada, but was discovered me time ago working for a farmer near inmgton. Bureau county, Ills., where be rmeriy livei Deputy Sheriff Potter was ?nt to arrest him, but be got wind of Pot- r's approach and flL As stated in the bore dispatch, be was overtaken, and i w behind the bars. He will be brought Chicago by Monday, and will foou be oi s way to join "Dutchy" O'Keefe in the i:;te;iti(ry at Joli t Another of the Irion nud Coonors is still at larje, anl is rap. o ed to be uu ler the protection of tbe hritis dig and c institution in Canada. aud Good Feeling Between Americans Frenchmen. Washington City. Au. 3. Rear Almi- ral Franklin says in a report to tbe navy department from Cnerbourg, r ranee: "Dur ing my stay here I have observed that the French authorities have been very much Impressed with the attentions paid to tbe representatives of France at tbe time of the reception of the Bartholdi statue in New York and tbey have done all in their power to show to rue and tbe officers and men under my command bow much they appreciated this kinlness on tbe part of tbe people of the United States. On the other hand, I have dons all that I oould to foster those sentim a , and am sura that the presence of the Pensacola and Kearsage in a French port at this time has done much towards cementing the good feel ing which already existed between the two peoples.'' E. W. Hurst represents the leading American and Foreign Insurance Co s Policies carefuP.y written at current rates, Agency established 1874. Office over Rock Island National Bank. Mill Owners Will Sat Si;n the Scale. Yocngstows Ohio, Aug. 3. Since the sca e was signed by the mills of Brown. Bonnell & Co., other mill owners in the city were interviewed as to when tbey would ign the scale, and each asserted positively that there was no intention of signing it. One manufacturer said; "We started o it to fLrht Ihit matter, and propose to see it through, w e will never sign the present scale, that is certain; and we are more united than ever in this matter. Even if there was any disposition to sign or offer a compromise, we have no orders, and could not light up" It is believed now that, with out doubt, tbe mill-owners here and in this vicinity have made an iron-clad agreement and signed it not to sign the scale. On tbe other hand, it is asserted in certain quarters that their fight is in reality against the pud dlers, and as soon a. tbey can secure steel billets from the St Louis plant thev will ign the scale and enter on tbe manufacture steel. The Situation In Central Amerira. New Yokk, Aug. 3. Senor Becena min- i-.ter to tLis country f roui tue Unite 1 Suites f Colombia, has received the following tele gram from Panama: Barranquilla has been taken bv the forces :f the national government, and that port will soon be open to commerce. Prasfc.n. who, since his escape from Aspinwalt after t surrender to tbe national troops, has een operating with tbe rebels at Barran- luilla, was made prisoner and will be tried for the part he baa taken in the re bell- on. TEE MARKETS. CHICAGO. Saturday's Article. Opening. Closing July August S7'$ 87 Sept. I'st'si flu o-t. 93 CORN Julv .... 45 Anenst Vt 45H Sept. 45- Oct. 4r 45 Oats July Ainnist 2554 S5S4 Sept. H Oct. S5!i Pork July Aliaust 9 75 10 05 Sept. 9 8i 10 15 Oct. 9 87J4 10 45 I.RD July .... Anjust 6 44 6 50 Sept. 6 47!sj 57 Oct. 6 55 0 5 itiBs July Auautt 5 4Ts4 Sept 5 55 5 71 Oct. 5 62si 5 83 Hos? -16.000: lisht. 4 905 50; mixed. 5 30 i5 85: heavy. 4 :-io 05 ROCK IBLASD. ')ato 37c Hay Timot!-.) J9.00. Hay-Wild-$S.t. Rye 45-. Cora -4Bc otsioes 2sc . On ions- -9oc. Coa' Soft 11 : hard f8 50. loid wood i' 00. Siraw 5 00. 5. Prepared ecaries, LoweH. Mass. HALF-CENT A W08D. 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 TI VOLiy M. MAGRUM, Proprietor, , Second Avenue, Opp. Harper House. t3"The -'Ttvoli' hat lately been transformed Into a Palace equaling in every respect the fines saloons in Chicasro and surpassing anything in the three c ties Antimberof Fans operated by macmnery lor Keeping me aircooi is one or me leaamg leaiures or me piacu. Tue Liquia Kefreshmeutf dispensed at thi; estahlishment i in keeping with its grand improve- 35 jun-7 dGm An elegant lunch uerved every mornintr. All kinds of Sandwiches eerrtd on short notice. ROCK ISLAND TRUNK FACTORY No. 1S09 Second Avenue. Manufacturers of all kinds of Trunks, Traveling Bags, Sample Cases, tr REPAIRING DONE.1 PAEK & ELLIS, Have just received for Midsummsjr trade, a very choice line of Ladies, Misses and Childrens Low Skoea and Slippers, Bought at a clearing out sale. We can sell them at less than Wholesale prices. EsTAlo a large assortment of Soft Kid and Serge Gaiters lot old ladies, or tender feet. C3T"Come and see us. 1 704 Second Avenue. WM. RAMSKILL, MM MMFEEF. RRRR COCC H H A N! N TTTTT MMMWK R RC CH HAANNN T MMMMK R RO H HAANNN T MMMMFF.E RRRR O HHHH A A N N N T MMMMK R RO H HAAAN NN T MMMMK R RO CH HA AN N N T M H M KEEE R B CCC0 H HA AN KM T No. 1603 Second Avenue, t"Fine Fits s Specialty. TTT A II L OOO RKRB T A A III. O OR K T A A IIL O OR R T A A IIL O ORRSB T AAA IIL O OR R T A AIIL O OR R T A All LLLLL OOO B K THE W0XDER Is becoming universal as to liow such an im mense sale could be created in Lowell for Hood's Sarsapabiixa. But, my friend, it you could stand behind our counter a week and hear what those say who are using it, the reason would appear as clear as the noon-day sun. The real curative power of Hood's Sarsapabilla demonstrates itself in every case where our direction are faith fully regarded. We would that we might get before the people a fractional part of the confidence that is expressed to us every day in this medicine by those who have carefully noted (without prejudice) its effects upon the blood and through that upon the whole sys tem, stimulating all tbe functions of the body to perform the duties nature requires of them. Try a bottle and satisfy yourself. Cold Hands and Feet I Lowell, Feb. 3, 1879. Messrs. C. X. Hood Co. : Gentlemen About one year ago mvdaughtercommenced taking your Sarsaparilla. At that time she had very little appetite; could take no lone walks, and her face was badly broken out with a humor. She was low-spirited ; troubled with cold hands and feet; ber blood seemed to be poor, and she was iu a condition which caused us great anxietv. After taking one bottle of your Sarsaparilla she began to im prove; and she now has a good appetite and can take much longer walks. Her humor is nothing compared with what It was one year ago. She is in better spirits, is not troubled with cold hands and feet as previously. And I attribute this improvement in ber condi tion largely to your Sarsaparilla. She has taken six bottles, and Intends to continue its use. 1 was inclined to oppose the trial of It at first. I now have great faith in it as a blood purifier. Very truly yours. A. L. HINCKLEY, No. Ki Broadway, Lowell, Mass. Hood's Sarsaparilla. . Trice tl; or six for HOOD & CO., Apoth- Sold by all druggists. Trice $1; or six for uy i. The Bors hereafter wi 1 publish in this col umn all a vtrtisements of Lost, Found. For Rent. For Sale. Bo"rdor Koom. Wanted, and similar notice, at the low rate of one half a xnt a word. each figure a word, but no advertisement less than.ten cent ECIAL OR EXTRACTS MOST PERFECT MADE Forest and strongest Katural Fruit Flavors, Prepared by a physician with special regard te health. WANTED A competent sirl to do general housework, to whom steady employment and good wage" is guararu-ei. cnqnire at fnstomce. 1 FOK SALE Old papers for sale in any qua.uty at imsomce.cneap. ROCK ISLAND, ILL. IP. S. SOTTTKCAJRID, -Manufacturer and Dealer in- UPHOLSTERED FURNITURE, MATRASSES AND PICTURE FRAMES. Also Dealer in Mirrors, Cornish Poles, Curtain Fixtures, Mouldings, Etc., tyPricts lower than the lowest. Treman's Block, opp. Commercial HoteL J.ACOB KILKY. Sealer and Importer in Marble and Granite Monuments. tySpecial Designs furnished on application. Correspondence solicited. Works and Office on East 17th St., opposite P. 0.. sept 25-dly Rock Island, 111. J. T.DIXON, MERCHANT TAILOR, And Dealei in Mens' Fine Woolens, nov-95 -dly I 706 Second avenue. IMI. YERBURY, t " Plumbing, Steam and Gas Fitting, Knowles' Steam Pumps, Inspirators and Ejectors, Wrought, Cast and Lead Pipe, Pine Fitting and Brass Goods of every description: Rubber Hot and Packing of all kinds; Drain Tile and Sewer Pipe. uly-17-dly Office and Shop 1314 Third Ave., ROCK ISLAND, ILL. FORSALE Sixty lot in my additions to the city of Rock Uland on four yearly payments, with intertst atsix percent per annum. d-6-m B. Davextobt.. At the Davenport Business College, SB H -1 jni-34-dly Book Keepiso. Rapid Calculation, tilSMEUCUL Law. Phonography. Ttfe WniTms, TSLEHBAPHr. OUSCAS ft HAWKS, Prop'trl. EXCHANGE HALL. RUDOLPH SCHWECKE, ALOON And BILLIARD HALL, Belo-w the C. R. I. & P. Depot, Moline Ave., Rock Island, DL Imported and Domestic Beer and Wine, Fine Libnors and tig us always on hand. na 90-ly , i t a. 'THE ATLANTA' BILLIARL? AND POOL PARLOR, No. 1812 Second Avenue, Rock Island. HfPilfeier, Knlmbacher and the finest domestic Be' ron draught. at any nour. xeiepnoue la. aug4ly JOHN WESTPHAL All kinds of Sandwiches served Proprietor.