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VOLUME XXXIII NO 240. KOCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS, THURSD AY. AD GUST 6, 1SS5. ESTABLISHED OCT. 18. 1851 The JLiOCK THE THE HAVOC WROUGHT BY THE REMARKABLE CYCLONE NEAR PHILADELPHIA, Seven People Known To Be Dead, 100 Wounded and Many Missing- Wind and Bail in the Weit-On Bit Washington. GOLDEN EAGLE oocc f! r, CI c 0 0 o n 0 OOO TTTTT H O O T H OOCO LLLLL OOO h n r- n H II NN H HUSK H HUN N HHIIHIIN N H HUN H H II N H HIIN H HUN NO G S i s r, N O N K G GO h'o i: K N O G NN UGG SSSS TTTTT OOO RRRR FP.H.K s s SSSS s 8 8 S sss T T T T T T T T O O O O O O Oft O OR ooo a OR RK OR R B OR RR O RRRR Kg OR RR K K RE REBKK .ANNOUNCE, ommencina Morrow , Toesflay, July 7, THE ANNUAL JULY CLEARING SALE. Goods have been MARKED DOWN throughout every department in our vast establishment to figures which will absolutely compel sales. Pay us a visit and judge for yourself. The Golden Eagle Clothing Store Post Office Block, Rock Island, Illinois. A. LOEB, Mangr. J. B. ZIMMER, MERCHANT TAILOR, -OF- FIISTE WOOLENS, Is pleased to announce the completion of his Spring and Summer stock of Choice Suitings,--"Surpassing all former efforts." He 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. 181) Second Avenue, Rock Island, 111. 'eh-5-dly NEW GOT. RRRR OOO G R R O O R R O O R R O O RRRR O O I DOE R O O G R R O O li K K W COCO FREE RRRR f Y C OF. R R V T C C E R R T T C F R R Y T C EE RRRR YT C F, R R Y c e r. r r y r n f n. R V Y SSSS TTTT OOO RRKR EF.EE S S T OOR RE S T O OR RE S T O OR RE SSSS TOO RRRR EE R T OOR R R 8 T OOR RE 8 8TOORRE SSSS T OOO R KKEEE. (iGG K R OOO 0C0O EEF.B E Choice Brands of Minnesota and "Winter Wheat Flour, iood Dairy and Creamery Butter, Cotton Mops, Minn., Potatoes, Vegetables, &c, ai o. cr. lozlntg-'s, Cor. Nineteenth Street and Second Avenue. aol0-d6m THOS. IF- CAIRY", Painter and Grramer Is pf pared to do all kinds of work In Plain and Decorative Paper Hanging and Kalsomining. A oomplete stock of Wall Paper, Curtain Fixtures, Cornice Poles and Room Mouldinjs. Mixed Paints always on hand. IWAlso a full.'ine of Art Goods and Artists' Materials. Lessons tiven in Painting and French Embroidtry Work. Embroidery Silks, Cords and Fancy Good whicn are Bold 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, tSTree Luuch every morning and every Saturday evening. may 7 dly Philadelphia, Ati. . A beautiful day allowed a night of terror in Camden and the northern part of Philad-dphia, known as Port Kiebmo.il. Ia both places everybody was in the streets, seeing for themselves the havoc create! by the tornado. Every carpenter was busy with hammer and saw patching up dismantle-1 house-. Tliero was ainiost as much damage by water s by wmi. reonle where houses were un roofed were ferced to see their hou ehoid is spoiled by rain, which fell in torrents intervals and until midnight. Houses at were soaked loi.kin? over to T' B. DAVlb. S. S. DAle DVVIS & GO., Plumhers, Gas I Steam Fitters A Complete Stock of Pips and Fittings up to 8-Inch. ALL KINDS Of Brass Goods. Packing, Hoss PUMP8, SEWES PIPE, FIRE BRICIL, ETC soli asikttj ro Deane Steam Pumps Eclipse Wind Mills, Gold's Safety Heating Boilers. tractors for furnishing and laying Water.Gas and Sewer Pipe cere's Block. 1712UFirst Avenue, Mouin, 111. Root Island, Ilx. from tU) top to bottom. In grounl it is easy pick out the path of the tornado. It tarte-1 some while in the marshes known as The Neck." below Greenwich point, in the southern end of this citv. The first damage was at the Penn-ylvania salt works, near Greenwich point, on the Delaware river. Then the tornado boomed di agonally across the Delaware until it trunk the lower end of Camden, on the New Jersey shore. For two miles throuzh the business part of the city its track is traced from south to north, then once more it crossed the Delaware to the Pennsylvania ide, cut a swath through Port Riohmond, and boomed off into the country. It shows its effect in Back county to the north, to a very dama ging extent, commencing about a miles north of Feasterville, and traveling due north aero a Northampton township, about one-sixth of a mile west of the vil lages of ChurchvilJe and Richboro. The Cburchville cenery was crossed, demol ishing all the tombstone-, monuments, rail ing., etc., in its course. Houses in its course were damaged, and barns wrecked. Its course was about 100 yards wide, and it disappeared somewhere in the country districts to the north. Estimates of loss by the storm vary greatly. A con servative one places the loss in Port Rich mond at f 175.000. in Camden at iiM OtM, and on the Delaware at $25 000, making a total of $500,000. Some estimates double these figures. Seven people were killed and over 100 are wounded, while there are a number miss ing. "The scene in Port Richmond Wednes lay morning," said Acting Police Lieut Kei, of the Twei.ty-fourth district, in renortin at the rnnyfjr's effic?, "i eggars description. I can be-t comoare it to a region that has been visited qy a conflagration that did its work in spots. The cyclone seemed to j bound up like a ball, then descend, twist I trees a.-ourri like pips-stem, and l-ae wreck and ruin behin 1 it. Its path was not more than 200 yardi wide, and on reaching oarrowgate it seemed to nave rpeat its force. Its direction was almost due north, and it pas-ed through Richmond. Many bouses are leveled to the ground; others an gutted of their contents; some have their walls standing, and the greatest number are roofless. The wonder is that the loss of life and limb was not greater." Crops Knined in Iowa. Waterloo, Iowa, Aug. i Repr.rs re ceived Tuesday indicate that great damage was done to cropi bv a -term of wind aul Iiail which passed over the eastern part of this (Blaokhawk) county shortly after ua- et llonlny nibt. Ibe storm was seen trom this city, and a roanuz could be distinctly heard here. About three miles east of town the first damage was dons at the farm of Thomas Todd. His crops are ruined. About a mile further east the storm struck and demoli-bed a large new barn for Rev. J. E. Baker. The worst of the storm seems to have 1 esn in a tract of territory about a mile wide, extending from Raymond, about eight miles east of here, in a southerly direction, to Gilbertsville, a distance of about five miles. Just east of Raymond hail fell of the I.Z4 of hickory nuts, and in such quantities t at there were piles of hailstones four incu thick remaining on the ground at 3 o'co k in the morning. ' The lare oa'-fields of D. Sickles, J. Bikr. and L. PoJberts were beaten to the earth an 1 tlie oats nearly all shelled out Corn also suffered badly, the leaves being scraped from the ears acd ker nels cut 1 y the hail. At Raymond a barn be longing to Mr. Washburne was blown down ju-t an instant after Mrs. Washburne had left it Five miles eastot Gilbertsville N.ck Bloss had seventy-live acres of oats so badlv damaged by the hail that it wdt be useless to attempt to harvest it Others in that sec tion also lost heavily. Persons who siw the storm come up say that the two clouds com ing from nearly opposite directions came to gether with a roar like a railroad train. About two years ago a similar storm swept over the same territory and did a great amount of damage. Curlu' Civil Service Newport, R. I., Aug. 6. The fourth annual meeting of the Natiob&l League Civil Service association opened yester day morning in the Charming Memorial church. About seventy-five members were present from all sections of the country. There was a good attendance and a large sprinkling of ladies. George William Curtis, president, Win. Coats, secretary, Messrs. Wheeler, Burt, Graves, chief of bureau of engraving and prinU ing, Carl Schurz and other prominent men were present. Curtis was introduced at 11:30 and delivered the annual address which elicited applause. After the conclusion of Mr. Curtis' al-N dress the members of the league adjourn ed to the Chanaing parlors, where a bus iness meeting was held. George William Curlis was elected president, amid ap plause. The treasurer's report was read and showed that there was a larger bal ance on hand than usual. Secretary Potts made a report which showed that the league was in a flourishing condition. He said there were at present sixty assoi ciations, which were doing excellent work. The reports of these associations were then presented THE MARKETS. Postmaster Jones Acquitted. Washington, Aug. 6. The civil ser vice commission yesterday made its re port to the president in regard to the charges against Postmaster Aquilla Jones of Indianapolis, referred to the commis sioner for investigation by the president on July 18. After reviewing the charges the commission read the written reply to the charges by Mr. Jones. After thor oughly examining the same they dis proved the charges. Traction Engine. As threshing season is at hand, a word in regard to the law in relation to traction engines might be valuable at present. The law as passed, which went into effect on the first day of July, is in substance as follows: "That person in charge of any steam engine being propelled over the highways of the state, wholly or in part by steam, shall stop the engine within one hundred yards of any persons going in the oppo site way with a team or teams: also that the owner of said engine shall keep a i rusty man from fifty to two hundred yards in advance of said engin-j to assist in controlling any stock that mnv be on saiil highway. It is made unlawful to blow the whistle of any engine on the highway or to drive any steam engine over any bridge or culvert in any nigu wav without four stout p'anks, not less than four feel long and one foot wide and two inches thick, two of the plank to be kept under the wheels of said engine while crossing said bridge or culvert. There is a penalty of not less than $10 or more than fifty dol'.ars for anv violation of the law, and for the unlawful passing of any bridge r culvert the owner of Siid engine shall be held for all damages to said bridge or culverts." It is estimated that over 4,000 persons are annually buried in the potter's field of Iew lork city. Executor's Notice. E.tate of Elizabeth Stamberger, deceased. The undersijmed. having been appointed Exec ntor of the last will and testament of Eliz alieth Stsmberser. late of the connty of Rock Island tate of Illinois, deceased, hereby give notice that he will appear before the county court of Rock Island countr. at the office of the clerk of said court, in the city of Rock Island, at the October term, on the Third Monday In t-'ctoner next, at which time all persons having claims against said estate are notified and requested to attend fof the purpose of havmgthe same adjusted. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immeaiaie payment to tne nnaersucne. Dated th.s 6th day or August. A. u., ltws. 6-dtd JOHN ASTER. Biecutor. AN ORDINANCE To Reguiate the use of The Rock River Bridges by the Rock Island & Milan Street Railway Company. lit it Qtioanti by M City Cmi'tnl of the Cit of Hock uiantt: Siltios 1. That there shall be charted to and collected from The Rock Island & Milan Street Railway Company, for its use of the City Briuses across "Rork River, the sum of Five Hundred Dollars ($5001 per annum, and at that rate pay ble for the present year, and on the first day of May tneacn suDsequent year. Massed Aug. 3d. 1M3. Approved: THOMAS MURDOCH. Attest: Mayor. Robert Kkbli. City Clerk. A Lively Time on Mount Washington. Mt. Washington, K. H., Aug. 6 Th: mofet severe storm of the season prevailed from noon Monday to Tuesday noon. The wind began in the northeast and veered to the south and blew furiously for twenty four hours. The -ignal station rscjrd shows that the total number of miles recorded in twenty-four hours was 1 7115, an average of 73X milM an hour The highest was 92 mires, at midnight The Mt Washington carriage road was badly washed out The atorm was so severe that there have been no trains up or down the mountain, the first time the road has at.pped running on account of the weather in tea years. At the Fabyrtn bouse the storm was equally severe and it was so dark in the forenoon that the gas had to be lig i.ted in the house. There was a fall of four and a half inches of rain on Mt Washington from 7 Monday evening up to noon Tuesday. The Saginaw Labor Troubles. Bat City. Mich., Aug. 6. There Is a prospect for tue settlement of the labor troubles here. Doiaen & Chapin have started their mills on the basis of ten honrs work with proportionate reduction of pay. Other mills are negotiating on the same plan. It is reported that two mills in East Saginaw will start up on this basis soon. The First Victim. Troy, N. T., Aug. 6. Timothy Allman. Battery H, United States artillery, who was injured by the premature discharge of a cannon while firing Grant salutes at Mt McGregor Tuesday, and sent to Watervliet ar.-ertal hospital, West Troy, died Wednes day morning. He bad been stationed at Fort Warren, Boston. Surgical Institute Burned. Atlanta, Ga., Aug. 6, The Atlanta Surgical institute was partially burned Tuesday. Fifty invalids were taken from their beds and carried safely down stairs and iuto tue street by firemen and citizens. There wen several narrow escapes from suffocation, and the seen w ma of much excitement E. W. Hurst represents the leading American and Foreign Insurance Co's . Policies carefully written at current rates, Agency established 1374. Office over Tlocb Island Station! Bank. CI0A31, Aug. & The market quotations on the board of trade to-day were as follows: Wheat No. 8 August, openel S8i'3, closed 87io; September, opened WX", ciod 89J$'!: Oc tober, opened tf-Xc closed 82c. Corn, No. 'i August, opened 46 Wc, closed sWe; September, opened closed 46c; Octo ber, opened Mc, closed 3c Oats No. il Augu-t, opened and closed 'ioVo; Septem ber, opened -jc, closed ftKo; October, openel and close! 25 We. Pork August, opened t'.'.H). closed tf.o7; September, opened 9 (t7X, closed t'J.io; October, opened $4.75, closed Lard Au gust, opened $6.32X, closed $rj.30. Live stock The Union Stock yards reports the following range of prices: bogs Market opened dull and weak and prices 16 &JQ lower; light grades, $4.55(45 00; rough packing, $1 0O4.&); heavy packing, $4. A) (0,i ao. uauie uooa natives, iuc lower; $4.a0(g5.&); common, 15(d40c lower; $4.40 5 15: butchers, $'4.00(34.00; Texan;, steady; HMJ&i 1-H- Sheep Steady; common, $iiX)i:l.'J); good, $3.00(24.145. Produce: Butter Gilt-edged creamery. lSQWc; fancy dairy, 15ai6c; packing, o(S7c per lb. Eggs lOUMo Pr doz. Potatoes 753$l.oo per bbi. Poultry Spring chickens, l2ligl3Cj and old bens. 9 loo per lb. Apples New, $L.!i25 per bbL Berries Biack and red raspberries, $1.00A 1.50 per 24-pt case; black raspberries, $1.50 tai.So per ld-qt case; blueberries, $1. T5jJ ZOO per IG-qt case; blackberries, $2.25150 per lo-qt case. New York. New Torc, Aug. & Wheat Variable ami X&Xa lower, with a moderately active busineui; No. 1 white, nominal; No. i red August, 9'.i& U9c; do September, $L01(L01,; do Octo ber, i.os$tsi.t,o?4; ao movemoer luos at OoX; ao ileceuioer, tL07iil.O7. Corn 'i'i'l c higher and moderately active; mixed western spot, atgosic; future1, vtyAQ ft-i'HO. Oats A shade stronger and active; western. 4⁣ including isa i August, SigXlc; September, 31V3l)o; October, aitgaic. rrovisious oeei, uuu; new extra. $10.00. Pork, dull: and beavv: new mess, $1L374i311.50. Lard, dull and lower; steam rendered, $0.70. Su Louis. St. Louts, Aug 5. Wheat Very slow; c higher early, but reacted and closed about as yes tenia.'; No. 2 red cash, 99v9c; August USi'c; SeDtember, 1.00; October, $1.02;. Corn Firm, but slow; cash, 4142c; Au gust, 41Jfc; September, 4iiJo; October, 4. Oats Firm, but very inactive; cash, atXiS-o"; September, 2oc Rye Better; 55c. Whi-ky -Steady; $U& Provisions Pork, lower; $10.00. Lard Nominal; $6.25. Milwaukee. MfLWACEKE, Wis., Aug. 5. Wheat Steady; Milwaukee N. 2. S7c; c.-,.-,k.- CUT. o,,.,k.. n.iy. Steadv; No. 2, 45 !& Oats Steady; No. 3, 20)40. Rye Nominal; No. 1, 5SHa BarUy Quiet; No. 2, unchanged. Detroit Dsraotr, Aaj. 5. Wheat Easier; No. 1 white, 94 cash and August: 9oc bid September; 97c asked Oct b-r; No. 2 red, 96c cash and August; 97k'.', September; 99Vc, October; o a red. 92c. Corn 4Hc; nominal. Oats No. 2 white, 00c a-kei; No. 2, a32 cash; A: bid A. gust. Toledo. T3Z.EDJ, Aug. 5. Wheat Quiet; No. 2 red cash and Au gu-t, 94-: bia; September, 94ic bid; Oc tober, 91 He; November, 9ic; No. 2 soft, 9bio. Corn Dull; No. 3 cash and An. gust. 47s; October, 48c bid; year, 39)tjO Oats ijieless; cash, 2s;v) bid. CHICAGO. Article. Opening. Closing Vsfe'-r July .... August Sept. S1H Oct. 91 1 9J CORK July August 47 8epU 44 47 Oct. 45s 46"4 iats July August .... 4fis4 Sept 3.1 Oct. r"or.K July August 9 45 Sept. 9 35 9 5 Oct. 9 40 9 50 I.Rn July .... .... August Sept. 6 32 6 Si Oct. 6 40 40 ttiBS July .... August Sept. 5 35 5 35 Oct 5 40 5 41 Hogs-ls.lOO ; light, 5JS5a4 ' neavy, 4 4U ROCK ISLAND. Jau 82c Hay Timothv $9.00. Hay-Wild-$8.00. Rye 45-.. Corn 45c otatoes 23c. Onions- -00c. Coa Soft 11 : hard ti 50. Cold wond $ 00. Straw Ss 00 5; miied, 3 S5a4 10; AN ORDINANCE Relating to Private Sewers. Be it Ordained by tht City Council of the City of Mock jtana: Section 1. That whenever anv newer fhall be built iii or throngh the street and alley of the City of Kocte Inland by a private sewer ordinance of paid city, the contractor or bnilderthereof ?hal. file in tue office or tne vity cierki, witnin tnirty fail days alter tne completion tuereor, a ate- uui:t under oath of the coat of construction of euch sewer, together with a list of subscribers thereto and the a otitu paid by each person to ward the cojt thereof. Sec. 1 That no person orperons rthall be per mitted to connect with any t?uch "Private feewer' heretofore built or hereafter to be built, or t flow therein any liquid or other matter, without firnt paving the cir clerk or, paid city tnesr equitame proportion of the cot of the construction thereof, up to the dite of each connection, th amount no paid to niiid city clerk to be divided between Haiti city ai.d th- piibcribtn thereto in proportion to the amount orieiua!ly prtid to them respectively for the conduction the reof . fJar-fced August Sd, 1HH5. Approved: THOMAS MVRDOCK, Atteut: A.uyor. Robert Kochi.er, City Clerk, AN ORDINANCE Relating to Private Sewer. B- U Oriainfd by the City Council of the City of Bock Jiiana: Sectiok 1. That Fred Hi'.Sneer, Daniel Corco ran, Jolin Littig, Bailey Davenport, Henry !ei- mon. Mrs. Jottn Liietz, uavm Htiiier. jamee ain nev and Peter Sonimer. and their associates, he and tney are her, by authorized and empowered to construct, mait.tain and repair, at their sole ex- ptnre, a private sewer, to run as louows: Begin ning at a point in the center line of Fifteenth street, near tht south line of Seventh avenue: thence running north along the center of said Flfteento street to tntereecl me city sewer on Fifth avenne at or near the center 1 se of said Fifteenth street. Sec 2. The said named parties and their as- eoeiates. their heirs and assigns, shall have ex elusive cent -ol of said sewer and shall construct and repair the same nnder tne direction or tue street and alley committee of said city, and no person or persons shall be permitted to connect tnerewiEB lor any purpoee whatsoever or iu nuw therein any liquid or other matter without first Davini; to the city clerk of said oitv their equita ble proportion of the cost of the construction thereof up to the dste of such connection, the amount so oaid to said clerk ro be divided between the city and said named parties in proportion to the amount or gina ly paid by them respectively for construction thereof. Sac. 8. The Citv of Rock Island shall pay the the sum of Sixty ttsO) Dollars for the purpose of laying said sewer across Seveuth. Sixth and Fifth ---enue which sum is hereby aonropriated. Sic. 4. Whoever t-hall violate the provisions of this ordinance shall be liable and snbject to a fine of cot leas than Ten ( :0j Dollars nor more than Fifty (50) l.'ollars. Passed August Sd. 188;.. Approved : THOMAS MCEDOCK. Attist: . Mayor. Kobibi Hot ble a. City Clerk. ORV EXTRACTS MOST PERFECT MADE Purest and strongest Natural Fruit Flavors. Prepared by a physician with special regard to health. HALF-CENT A WOfiD. Tbk Abocs hereafter wi 1 publish In this col umn all advertisements of Lost, Found, For Rent, ForSale. Bo-rd or Rooms. Wanted, and similar notices, at the low rate of one-half a cent a word. each figure a word, but no advertisement lees than ten cents WANTED A girl at the Gem Restaurant. 4 WANTED A competent girl to do general housework, to whom steady employment and good wages is guars teea. iuquire at r'ostomce. I FOR SALE Old natters for sale in any ooautv i Lais viuuc, cuenp. FOR SALE Sixty lots in my additions to the city of Rock Island cn fonr yearly payments, with interest at six per cent per annum. S-e-m B. Divixpobt 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. For sale bj J. T. NOFTSKEB, jnlya-dlm R. CRAMPTON & COMPANY. ALASKA REFRIGERATORS, Umax 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. EiTThe 'TrvoLi" has lately been transformed Into a Palace equaling In every respect the fine saloons in Chicago and surpassing anything in 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 thie establishment is in keeping with its grand Improve ment. An elegant lunch served every morning. All kinds of Sandwiches jun-7 d6m served on short notice. ROCK ISLAND TRUNK FACTORY J. W. WIRTEL, Prop'tr, No. 1809 Second Avenue. Manufacturers of all kinds of Trunks, Traveling Bags, Sample Cases, df REPAIRING DONE.J PAEK & ELLIS, Have just received for Midsummer trade, a very choice line of Ladies, Misses and CMldrena Low Shoes and Slippers, Bought at a clearing out sale. We can sell them at less than Wholesale prices. gfAlso a large assortment of Soft K'd and Serge Gaiter for old ladies, or tender feet. tSCome and see us. 1 704 Second Avenue. WM. RAMSKILL, MM MM PEER RRRR CCCO H MMMMK K HC MMMMR R RO M M M M FEB RRRR O MMMMF. R RC MMMMF R RC M M M F.EEE R R COCO H H A CH H A A N V H H A A S It K HHHH A A W N H H II AAA N N N CH HA A N NN HA A N WTTTTT r. T A II I. AA II L A A III. A A II L AAA lit, A AIM. OOO RRRR O O o 8R B R R O RRRR OR R OR R All LI.LLL OOO R No. 1603 Second Avenue, fcVFine Fits a Specialty. ROCK ISLAND, ILL. IF. S. SOUTHABD, Manufacturer and Dealer in UPHOLSTERED FURNITURE, MATRASSES AND PICTURE FRAMES. Also Dealer in Mirrors, Cornish Poles, Curtain Fixtures, Mouldings, Etc., 'ricta lower than the lowest Treman's Block, opp. Commercial Hotel. JACOB RILEY, Dealer and Importer la Marble and Granite Monuments. ty"Special Designs furnished on application. Correspondence solicited. Works and Office on East 17th St., opposite P. 0.. sept 2S-dly Rock Island, 111. J. T.DIXON, MERCHANT TAILOR, And Dealei in Mens' Fine Woolens, I 706 Second avenue. nov-SS-dlj im:. yerbtjby, Plumbing, Steam and Gas Fitting, Knowles' Steam Pumps, Inspirators and Ejectors, Wrought, Cast and Lead Pipe, Pipe Fittlnz and Brass Goods of every description: Rubber Hoe and Packing of all kinds; Drain Tile and Sewer Pipe. Office and Shop 1314 Third Ave., ROCK ISLAND, ILL. )nly-l?-d1v ' EXCHANGE HALL. RUDOLPH SCHWECKE, SALOON And BILLIARD Hall Below the C. R. I. & P. Depot, Moline Ave., Rock Island, IU. Imported and Domestic Beer and Wine, Fine Lienors and Cigars always on hand. Jub 0-1j UTHE ATLANTIC!'' BILLIARD AND POOL PARLOR, No. 1812 Second Avenue, Rock Island. "Pilsener, Kuimbacher and the finest domestic Berron draught. All kinds of Sandwiches served n any hour. Telephone 151. aug-wiy j.. r JOHN WESTPHAL Proortetor.