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VOLUME XXXIII NO 249
KOCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS, TUESDAY, AUGUST 18, 18S5.
ESTABLISHED OCT. 18. 1851
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Kov is the Time to Secure Bargains.
THE LAST CHANCK
All Summer Goods are being slaughtered at
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In order to make room for our immense stock of
Fall and W intu
Hats, Caps, Etc
"Call early and secure bargains.
he Golden Eagle Clothing Store
Post Office Block, Rock Island, Illinois.
LOEB, Mang'r.
J. B. ZIMMEU,
MERCHANT TAILOR,
MAXWELL IS MUM
WHEN
QUESTIONED ABOUT THE
PRE -LER MURDER.
Arrival of the lh-lsnner 8t St. I-onis A
Nlory lipnlt.il A Wnrnn Fatally As
saulted in a Kovel Zut acr Crim
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to announce the completion
iH Summer stock ol Choice-
all former efforts
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He solicits jour attention to the above, and (eels satisfied' thit an examina
tion will demonstrate to you that your interest can be faithfully served.
Particular and prompt attention will he given to all ord.-ra with whirl, ynu
may favor him Fit and Workmanship unexcelled.
No. 1810 Second Avenue, Rock Island, 111.
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St. Louis Ma, Auk. 18. - Walter R Iin
x Maxwell, alias T. C laughiwr, nlitti
lluh M. brooks the supposed murderer ol
C. Arthur 'rUer at the Southern hotel in
this city ou the 5th of last April, arrived
here a I -out 7 oVl-wk a. m. Kiiit.liiy from Ran
Kraiieiwo iii charge of Detective Trany and
(tttivHi hutlger, ot the St. lui police furco.
A crowd fr.mi 2,0N) t 3,HM num. women.
and children wero at the depot when the
train arrived, and tbwre wa a great scram
ble among the i n tqet a vinw of the pris
oner, hut good order was ire.vii. juh
prisoner was lodged in jail nftor sonic dilh-
utty in getting him through the ?mwd.
With rfertiue to the story roretitly tcie-
graphtd nd purporting to lw his version of
thf mIIhcJ crime, in which he was rHpre-
setittnl us saying that the body found was
not IVellei 'ti, he declares the whole thing a
lie ftii 1 pogitively denies mating
any surh Htatumeiifc. wilt talk
on any .subject freoly except the oua every
body is interestod in, and when that
broached he shuts up tight Still there are
all sorts of rumors flying around, said to be
positively trut. docLirini; that he has nutde
a etiilWioii, tc.
The lKiy f lVeller was exhumd Satur
day, the ohjoot tnjing to s.e if it wai s
iimch dntrimiio-cd thuL the I'Hltttives wnld
not l able t identify it The c.-rpe was
lound to be in a go.nl tiite t prtv-orvnTion
and in easy positive proof of the identity d
the body is thought necessary the brother
in Kugland will be ent for.
Outrnijf oils and Ftttiit Tra"mil-
Nkw Y-hh Au. IS. Mrs. Annin M. Mc
Aulirt', of MH Herkimer strt, IJrth.klvn,
died Monday morning m tlnit city, from the
etVei'ts of an assault, and three of hor al
iegtl assailants have leen arreto t by the
polii'e. They gave their name-.
Robert Oousley, John Ijawlor and
Michael liormon, of KriKiklyu. The
police are looking for a fourth man
and say they will soon have him in custody.
The accused, it appears, wont to the resi
dence of Mrs. McAiihfT, on the loth
staid, and reprtnutod tbernelvcs as agnts
for Whalnn Himm., a furuiturn lirrn in Will-
iamsbure, and totd her that tliev had corns
to take away the furniture which
she had purchased on inslailinontM,
and on which she owel a balance.it f'J She
IrMiryl tliein nut to do $4., and Hid that she
would pay the small lalnce. They tvi
picking up the things, Mitd in ordnr to pre
vent, th-jin tiiere was a struggle. They
preyed the chairs up against linr, fin-cd
her back to the wall, and pinned her st
titrhtlv' thore what stie could scarcely
i)oak. Site nnari v f hi n tied ( ioiii t he
force of the crudiing, and told the inea
thy would I'ttlease her she would pay them
mottling on account. I hey released her
and she aid them a small Hunt, whcruiifnri
they left. She Itecafne ill afterwards from
the shock, and a physician was call I i
fie treated her until Monday morn in
When she die1.
A Wife Heater Kihm Uh.I Out of Time.
Nkw York, Aug, IS Phillip Kngel,
Got inan trne dealer, wiide intioxteated 1-
gun Ut lieat his wife. 1'etar MeNally,
young brakeuian on the West Shore rail
road, interfered, and recne-l the woman
mi the clutches of her hiisliand. Sme
time afterward Mnel walked up to McVtlly
and said:
"You had a great nerve interfering
tween me and ray wife."
You have no bnsaiicsi beating a woinnn,'1
replied McNally. Ac thi. reply Kug.4 at
tempted to strike McNally, but. he warded
the blow and returned it with such force
that he felled Kuel to the sidewalk. In
fulling Euel's head struck in an iueonality
in th piivetuent, fractnrin Ins sknli. Te
wounde.1 man v.as taken ro the tnoevMt
hospital, where he die-1 soon afterward.
McNally has not U-en found. Ho lears
the reputation of lieing a ieacefut young
fellow. K-igul's reputation was iitit of the
best
Choicft Brands of Minnesota and Winter Wlieat Flour,
4 Dairy and Creamery Butter, Cotton Mops, Minn.. Potatoes, VeguUlnVs. ifcc,
C. CT. LOInTG-'S,
Cor. Nineteenth Street and Second Avenue.
at
THOS. !F. GABY,
la prepared to do all kiliilo ui work in
Plain and Decorative Taper Hanging and Kalsotnining.
A conipli'to Ktock of
Wall Paper, Curtain Fixtures, Cornice rules and Koom Moulding. Mixed
Paints always on hand.
pWilull Hun of Art flood and Arti.tif Mal.urial lH-.miw i;l in I ainlini; am r- rvnon
aoitiroidery Work. Embroidery Milks, t onia ami mm y ... .. .
ligurca ; call and trut prictw of work.
1813 Seromd Avenue, KOCK ISLAND. ILL.
JACOB OHLWEILER, Jr.,
RETAIL II CALEB IN
Wines, Liquors, Beer and Cigars,
Uncu every morniug and every Saturday evening.
No. 309 Twentieth Street.
may 7 Uly
a DAVla.
r). 8. D lt
lumbers, Gas S Steam Fitters.
t Complete Stock of Pipe and Fittings np to 8-Inch.
ill KIHTTM Af
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Brass Goods. Packing,
PUMPS,
SEWEK PIPE, FIKE UKH'K,
Hose
ETC
OLB iOlKTB rOB
Deane Steam Pumps
Eclipse Wind Mills,
Gold's Safety Heating Boilers.
Ott&actor8 for furrUebing and laying Waier.Qas and Sewer Pip
1712 First Avenue.
A BONANZA IN TEXAS
Far Those Who Ware "Inside" A Great
tand Franrl.
Galveston, Tex., Aue. IS. The Onlres-
tin Nws makes seaButunial cliares against
t'ie state Innl boanl. It allegus tbnt,
thmus;h neglect or mismanagement, about
l.ikHi.UW lia been lo t to the school fund
of tlie state. Tnik money should hare been
eolltvUd from the cattle barons during tli
sast, ihtoen months. Tbe News states that,
in February, ISM, an act was lossed direct
ing the land board, to npiwiut grass ootlimiv
Mioners, whrise duties should tie to ascertain
by constant inspection the area of free gra?&
belonging to tiie state and being occupied
by cattlemen without lea--e-i of any charac
ter. Un lur this law all occupiers of such
lands were connw!lo,i t pay occupation
tax. Twenty million acre-i of free-grass
lands of this character have been constantly
gra1 iin sin til. passage of the law.
Vet the land board only hist week appointed
and sent out the grass commissioners upon
who-e r'rts the tax '-ould only lie col-
fod. The law makes iw provision for
ck takes, Itetice the stat) has lost nearly
,(iclil,0iKI, winch ha- siniily rninaiitel in
the pockets of Tlie bui!ionait-es. In staling
these facts The iNmws hi one hroarb
avupiits tiie in'tidei's of the land
iKtard of intentional wrong, but in
the next breath it sas: "The loss of f l,75fl,-
1HHI was not accidental, and not being acci
dental it is presumably t'ie result of iulelli
gent design. The language is mlerprettvl
as a direct charge of corruption against the
laud board, and rrcit.s a sensation. The
board is coinised of tiov ruor John Ire
land, Sta t Treasiir t F. It l.nblieivk, liud
l'oinmis-i.m.ir W. C Walsh, Comptroller
W. J. Swam, and Attorney (h-neral John
D. TempWIon. This galaxy ol names com
prises the most ditiuguisUMd rlittcians in
Texas,
THE MARKETS.
A Tnse of Hickory Switches.
CoitYPON. lud. , Aug. IS. Elmore and
Oscar Stevens, residing near this place.
have leu waited upon by the Harrison
county regulators ami jriven a dose of hick
ory switche-. llie blows they received were
heard by neighbors living a quarter of a
mile distant, and the victims are now undei
the treatment of a physician. The re.ison
giVHU for the whipping was trtat t.tieSt..-ven-.
boys would not work.
TRUNK LINE RATES.
Announcement of Their ltestoratlon Ex
peeled Shortly.
Nkw Vouk, Aug la H in. Chauncey M.
IK-itew, of the New York Central, Mr.
Frank Thorn-mii. of Ihe 1'ennsylvania rail
road, and Mr. Slagen, of the Mouth I'ennsyl
vania it H'a h Cro-k roads, were in confer
ence at tiie West End hotd, Long Branch,
Sunday. Mr. 1V( ew bdd his in
timate friends that the most Impor
tant of the matters relative to the
transfer of the South Pennsylva
nia projierty from Mr. Vanderbilt
to the l'enusylvauia people had
been satisfactorily adjusted. Mr. J)rpew
also stated that within twonty-four hours
the official announcement would be made
that all through rate, as well as lo at had
been restor.si by the Trunk lines. The local
fares on t iie West Shore and New York
Central roa is have already been advamed
h ti t-eut-s a nid Si cfcs tvero buoyant on
thr.se rep-ifls an.l trics w.'nl tie from 1 to .'
p r cent.
Favorable ilul bok in tfie 1 ron Trade.
ITrTst;i ki;, l'a., Aug. l-S. The sitlook in
the iron trade has n. t K.-n more favia-able
for a nuiitUu" of years than at present. Signs
of improvement rs- coming to the surface
evorv day, and mauai'aci ur.rs are begin
ning U couctsle that the black mantle of
depression is being gradually lifted from
the staple iodiistrnvs of Pittsburg.
Orders are increasing rapidly and many
miib a"e running d uible time. The worst
feature is tile existing strike among the
nailers, which, from present indications,
does nd look as if h i r.mi-'able solution oi
the dithcttlty was near al hall 1. The manu
facturers have de.-i.h--I to ignore the nailers
until they accept tlieir terms, while the
nailers still present a detcnumed front in
their demand for I sl y-'ar's scale. One
Ihin noticeable as a result of the susjien
sion is the diminish! -.i.vck of spikea on
hand.
Pollths, in Iowa.
Pes Moises, Iowa. Aug. IS. Kumerrm"
county oonventjoiis wore held Saturday.
About one-fourth of the Kpuhlionu dele
gates b the state eon veat.ion have now lieen
instructed or have known prcfen-nces. Ill
Ihe 1,1's;; di-bga3es to comp.se the state con
ventiim. Senator l.u-raliee ha, approxi
maUdy 14S, Cnpr. Mull and tin.
(liven M. It, is pr.mabla that Hidi'
pnpftion wi,l rise higher, t-ut whellier
he can overtake ljin'alnv.'s preaeut lead i
another matier. Ssveral counties redeclarv
lor iirohiln'ioii. I if the lieimvr.ttic conven
tions twelve Mipuloii coiiiifitK have declared
for Cnpt, Mf-rwII. aiul eieven tstunties,
rather scnttor.'d, arc for S-natir Whiting.
which justifies the lielief that the two are
running about, even. K"turns indicate a
small preference for fu-ion and a general
current in lavor of hii;h iiense law.
Chioao. Aug. 17.
The markat quotatloBD on the board et
trade to-day were aa foils wi: Wheat
Mo. 2 August, opened and oloeed ttlu;
September, opened Jo, oiosad HSo; Oc
tober, opened 65c, closed 115 c. Corn
No. 2 Aua-ibV opened vc. eioeea 3e;
September, opened 1!, closed Ve; Oeto-
ber, upenea s y5c, cioaea asm. iau-na a
Augu t. opened closed 25a; Heptem-
her, opened Mc, closed 2-); October,
opened zi closed -iH0- Pork Beptera
her, opened $9.07, cl.wsl aS5; October,
opened $.1.17., closed .JD-40; January, openeil
(U.lUi close.! tU. lard Beptember,
opened closed $0.30.
Livestock llie Union Stock yards report
the following range of prices: Hogs Market
opens! i moderauily active and Urin at Sat
urday'" rloiiug; light grades, t4.SC(4.a6;
rough packing, $3115(4.31); heavy packing,
M - 114-1 oil. Cattle W eak; natives, t 75(
5.i;i; lexans 15(25a lower; ti9.iiaM.tf ;
st.H-kers, (.11X1(4 iw. Hhsep Best, steady;
$atkltrt4 iO; common, dull; :J.0$3.00.
Produc: Butter Gilt-edge creamery,
l'.'dl .'Uc; fancy dairy, 15(16a; pai.king,
ik.x.c per lb. F.ggs 10!-((llc per dot, Po
tatoe. f I IHimi.lS r bbL Poultry
bpring chl.'kens, 10(luc; old ,heus, tfc;
K10-L01 fo; turkeys, lullc, and spring
ducks, '.tuluc perllh. Apples New, ?5cd
$1.75 per bbl. berries Ked raspberries.
tl.25ui-l.ra) ir 24-pt ca-; blueberries. $1.50
( l ie) er ln-qt case; blackbemea, tl.00j
per ld-qt is.
Mew Tnrk.
Nkw York, Aug. I".
Wheat Unsettled, heavy and llglc
lower, with a fair b siuess; No. 2, white
nominal; No. 2 red September, D5J9tic
do October, '.ITOTc; do November,
Wp; do Dece.i.ber, $1.91(il.l'l k; May,
tloJ,1,'. Corn Jt J !e lower; and dull;
mixed western spot, .VJutMJc; future, 49'iA
b'ia. Data A snaae lower and quiet
western. lfA(teVSc Pr. (Visions Beef dull;
new extra, 10 00. Pork dull: new mess,
tl 1.0.iin ll.. Lard dull and easy; steam
rendered. $d 6ti.
St. Leala.
St. Lotus, Aug. 17.
Wheat Active, unsettled, and lower;
opened lc en, declined lc mora, then re
covered and oiosed at alamt opening prices;
No. 2 r.st cash, UV)iiiHi:; August, MaVo;
henteiiibei , WijjC .sellers; ucuber, Wtjgc
rn Cadi stea Iv. but options lower and
low; cash, 4:iU,S4i4c; SSepteraber, 43c
October, 40c bid. Oats Firm; cash, 23&
24 "iy; August, s.i-e; Menteinber, 2&id
r. Kye Mow ; jhc. n hlsky Steady
$l.i:i. Provisions Pork, dull; jobbuxg,
'.'.So4 n e ou hoard, lam, nominal.
Teleda.
Toledo. Aug. 17.
Wheat Dull but steady; No. 2 ca.h, Au
gust and Septainber, 90c; October, IHc;
-November, Hc; rio. 2 sott, cash and Au
gust, Die; September, 92c: October Wo.
Cora luiet and unchanged; No. 2 cash,
August and September, 47c asked; year.
Wc asked. Uaw Quiet; cah and August,
ari'ic; Septemlwr, 8594c asked. Clover Seed
Dull; cash, ttt.oii; September and October,
1 .'si tad, i 15 asked.
Milwaukee.
Mii.WAtikKC, Wis, Aug. 1'
Wheat Steadier; Milwaukee Na 2. 82kc:
September, Mic; Octolier, So. Corn-
Steady; N.i. 2. Oata Tame; Na 2.
4?ic Kye Unsettled; Na I, SBj. Barley
Aouunai; unchange.1.
lleirolU
OKTH.ur, Aug. 17.
Wheat Weak; No. i. rod W)o cash and
auciisl, hi vtf'.HHc rjepieinber; KM.utna,
Ocbilwr, N... 1 w.i.u. hi k'c cask and Aug-
S-'iit-iiiiwi; Uic a-ked October:
o. i ..1 i.sii i -orn ti'H.i oaea.
tals-Ao. S nniii, Sj?: Not 2. il3Wo: cash.
ClIK'AliO. SatiHilay's
Article. 0H-uinr. Closing
Tt Viurnsl
s..-.t. m mi",
Ih'l. Kfi-4 SSA,
Nov. s-S'-j 91
IHM'.N AllL-ust 45'
S-il. 45' 4fi4
Oil. 40 4)'1
Nov. 411
.lTs-AimilPi 5S
S-pl SI 14 t
thi. 44 g .'B
Nov. ....
I'oiiK Aiurnst ...
Sept. 9 SW
Oi l. ,1'.' 9 ST
Nov. .... 9 111
barm- A 111:11st
Sept 6 SU fi 27
Oil. 37 J
Nov. .. .
rtlB Ail-list 5 50
Se.l 5 Ml
Oi l. 5 55 5 45
Nov ....
Ho - . r-sm ; bslii. 4 41W4 85; mixed. 4 Il:i4 3D
liraiy, 4 3ll:i4 TO
A "Nervy" Yming OlrU
Nkw York, Aug. IS. Cnrmon Sparo, an
Itulian girl living at MM Mott street.
stabbed Louis Mamno, a laborer, iu the
breast with a dagger, wounding him fatally.
Mareno boarded with the girl's mother, and
trouble arose Sunday liocntise he had - failed
to pay last week board, lie attempted to
assault Mis. Spar., when the girl inter
fered with the result stated. Sue h but 14
years of age.
A Novelty in Murder and Sulchle.
Halifax.. N. S,, Aug. 18. From ISor-
muda comes a sen ntinl story. A pilot
named Pitcher killed his mistress through
jealousy, kept the police at bay with u re
volver, wont to bis vessel, adjusted a noose
alstut his neck, fastened a luu-ivouiid weight.
to his log and juuified inti the sea.
Narrow 1'lscape fi-oirt Drownim;.
CilirAi:o, Aii. 1H A dispatch frore
Hismarck, I). T, says ihe wi;e of Washing
ton He-siug. of The (,"hicao Stuata Zeituu;
narrowly esi-ape.1 ilrowuing at Fort Yates
Saturday evening. A parly were cro-smg
the Jlis-oiiri river in a yawl, when a storm
came up. They managed hi reach ;he east
shore, but Mrs. lb-sing lr-11 into the water
and disappeared m the swift current.
Alter he li!'d sunk Iwice she was rescued
by lllto Fis. ln.i-, of tie- Fall: brewing com
pauy, 5lilvanUee
Two IVIore Inluiit Assassins.
Charlkstiin, S. C, Aug. IS. Twocol-
rueil children named Delia Jordan, aged u.
and (ieorge Uibson, ayed 8, have lieen ar
rested here lor the murder of Jesse Jordan.
au iuiaut brother about a your old. The
boy Oibson killed the child with a shotgun.
The Strike F.uded lMsastroruly.
Bay City, Mich., Aug. IS. After six
weeks of idleness the Btrikers on Saginaw
river find tbeiiioelves defeated at every
point Tbe aggregate loss to laboring men
Is over $300,000 in wages, and they accept
Just what was offered them at the out
set Rirdsall & Barker's mUl started the cir
cular Saturday morning on the etevea-hour
plan, and will commence with a full crew
Monday morning on the same terms and
time. Pitts & Cranage have signed con
tracts with plenty of men to start a full
raw. it is believed all the nulls at. this
end of tbe river will be running before the
week closes, most of them at eleven hours a
day, and the others ton hours with a pro
portionate reduction all around. The strik
ers say they are beaten, and are willing to
go to work ou tbe lt terms possible.
More Poisonous Dried Beef,
Rockfobd, Ills , Aug. IS. The family of
Abraham Mauuey were badly poisoned on
tktturduy evening by eating dried beef,
which was purcha-ea. of one of the butchers.
The meat locked well, but soon after eating
it the whole family of four were taken with
nausea and vomiting. The butcher states
tbe meat was purchased from a Chicago
House.
E. W. Hunt represents the leading
American and Foreign Insurance Co's
Policies carefully written at current rates.
Agency established 1874. Office over
Bock Island National Bank.
Property for Sale
The German Lutheran church offers
for salt' its old school jroH-r1y, corner of
Sixth avenue ami lUiitecnlli street, Iw
lots and three buildings. For terms in
quire at .1 . Sauermiin's or C. llanstreo's.
I line limited to Sept. 1. 1(1 b
secil
EXIRAQTS
MOST PERFECT MADE
Purest and strongest Natural Fruit Flavors,
Prepared by a physician with special rcgaid to
health.
PARAGON
EXTENSION
Step Ladders,
Extends from 3 to 9 feet. .
combination of Five Lad
ders in one, costing no
more than an ordi
nary good ladder.
For sale by
J. T. NCFTSKER.
jnlya-dlni
ROCK ISLAND.
:iy Timet h
liiv- Willi
live -45-.
ra -45c.
il nines H5c
liiions IKIc.
ST
slll
HALF CENT A WOtiD.
Tub Attar hervafier wi:l imhlinh in this col
mini all a 'viTiieemrntHof list. Found, For Knit
l1 or .--ale, tin -ml or Koorns, w miteu. ami similar
uol ices, nt the low rati of one half a cntt a word.
H( h iiuuri' a wont, hut ho auvertinr nieut itii
hrt- tV!l Cflll.8
WANTK1 A nirlto do tfrnral houw-work,
apply at V'itt Twrnly-tlrst Btrt-ft. la
PuK KKNT. l-'uruiPhcd ro.ms, wit or without
am ; oplHiHite t'ourt Hou-tf. Tbird avt. mth
StiK-kWclL ,M-1
KoKSALK Sixty lot5 in nty atlditums to Hie
ityof Km k IsiaiHi on four yearly tmyuu nt?, wi
nitert f! a( is per rfiit wr annum,
d ti ra B pAVENroRT
VANTKl ,:mvar'ert4 for a le edition of
''ha.iitHTt Kncyflopedift,'1 revit-cd issr, with
vt-ry rxtcnHive American wipplc nitriit ; told on
payiuentM tf $'i tH per n-juth. I. V. Coi.i.iek,
PHvenport, lowa. H t
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. 1S1AGRUM, Proprietor,
Second Avenue
Opp. Harper House.
HFThe Trvon" has lately la-cn trannformed into a Palace equaling in every respect the lies
saloon! ill Ctncairo ami Hiirpahini: an thing in the three cities A nuoibttr of Fans eBerate4 bf
machinery lor kccpiin; I In- air cool is one of ihe trading features of tbe place. Tht Uquia
Kt-frcshniiMils disHucil at llii: estahliehmetit if in keeping with lis grand ImpraT
iin iit. An eh-i'Miit In ti h wrveil every niornini;. All fciuils ol oandwlcba
jun-7 dCin served on short notice.
J. W. W1IITEL, Prop'tr.
Tl -a-rfJIEr
ROCK ISLAND TRUNK FACTORY
No. 1809 Second Ayeaue.
Manufacturers of all kinds of
Trunks,
Traveling Bags,
Sample Cases.
REPAIRING DONE.1
- i tiin a j.wMya-jy.-jr eF-
PARK & ELLIS,
tSTTonie sail gee iii
Have just received for Midsummer trade, a very
choice line of
Ladies, Misses and Childrena Low Shoes
and Slipper9,
Bought at a clearing out sale. We can tell tbam
at less than Wholesale prices.
tfAl-T- a larire SHi-ortment of Soft Kid and Serge Gaiters
tor old ladies, or tender feet.
1 704 Second Avenue.
THE "VERANDA.'
FRED APPELQU1ST, - Proprietor.
Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars,
Rock Island 111.
SAST SIDE OF MAI.KET Syl'AKK,
e lS-dl
CALL AT
GIVJSN & BELL'S
NewllSampleMRoom,
M arket Square.
MRS. G. SWAN,
mi
1
DIKBl'TOE F TUK-
Conservatory
Geneseo Collegiate Institute,
A ill OfH'D A
MUSICAL SCHOOL
In Rock Inland the 7th of Sep:eruier, at her
residence.
No. 1610 Second Ave,
(BL'KRALL BLOCK.)
The courMe of latrumental Music embraces
Thirieen tirades, viz :
J' J-O.erney's Kxerciges.
3. Hwyden's Sauotes.
4 1
jj- Bethoveu e 82 Sanotes.
'.
8. Muxart's 18 Sanotes .
9 1
',' Ichapin's Complete Works. 13 volumes.
V. I
li. Compositions of Leizt, and our standard
Opera solos.
Infractions in Vocal and Harmony will be
taught utter tbe bent methods.
When the Institute get organized, class Meet
ings and musical recitals will he given free of
tuarire.
At the completioo of the Mimical course, public
examination in the theory of music will.be held
with Ihe graduates and certificates of graduation
l&suea
TERMS, 1 LESSONS. (Adtahci.)
InMrumeut&l, ----- $12 On
Vocal, - - - - - - - 1 00
Harmony, 14 OU
Lesson hours 4Uminutes.
Mrs. Swan is a graduate of the Musical Conser
vatory of Stockholm, Sweden, and has been en
gaged in teaching in America twelve years. The
last year she has been director of the conservato
ry in Geneseo. with great success, and leaves a
large class, 01 wmcn a numoer wui lonow uerto
noun their studies.
pr,Tlie best of Viiu-n, bitpior. Heer and (Hears ailvays on haud.
aug-U-dly
HENRY STRUVE'S
SAMPLE ROOM,
In the room fonnerlv orciM-ied a1
C'onfrt'tiom'ry hy Kr.ink Math
No. 315 Twentieth Street.
iSTTUe bvft of BftT, Wines, Lit nor ami CitfarH coutantly on hand. ft)l-Ur
TAYLOR HOUSE.
Cor. Fourth Avenue and Sixteenth Btreet,
PHIU-IHTUK-NKR;... . ROCK ISLAND.
IWThit Hoiim' da- Iveii thoroittMity n novatt d and re furnished tbrouirhout nd It BOW0Da tllM
public, ItoanltTfe nt ii'asoiinl' rt'n. Karinfrt; mllfiud this lotclautce ttopplng ptac. ip ittdftD
JOHN SCHAFER,
DEALER IS , -
Wines, Liquors, Beer and cigars,
No. 1316 Third Avenue. Rock Island, lilt.
This place has been refitted and refurnished and is now one of tue best Saloons In tat (Ity,
(jTLuncu every morning juse-ll aiy
EXCHANGE HALL,
RUDOLPH SCHWECKE.
SALOON And BILLIARD HALL,
Below tbe C. II. I. & P. Depot, Moline Ave., Rock Island, BL
Imported and Domextic Beer and Wine, Fine Ubuors and Cigars always on hand. Jaa SO-ly
"THE ATLANTIC f
BILLIARD AND POOL PARLOR,
No. 1 8 12 Second Avenue, Rock Island.
miaener, Kulmhacher and the Quest domeatlc Bet t on draught. All kindi of BandwlciiM wml
at ny hoar. TelepJioiie
l!-wiy JOHN WESTPHAL-PropHtfrv

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