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VOLUME XXX1U NO 254 ROCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS, MONDAY. AUGUST 24, 1SS5. ESTABLISHED OCT. 18, 1851 The Now is the Tine to Secure Bargains SAVE OUR DAUGHTERS. THE LAST CHANCK All Summer Goods are being slaughtered at THE GOLDEN EAGLE ,1 (Kl TITITH l( II N Pi Jti: .- ' o O T II II II N.N NO O ,. ii II T II II II N N N f (l it T II II II N N N Ii 11 O T IIHHHIIN N NO l i T II M II N N N O 111'. ,: ' o o T H II II N NNi; i ,' il T H HUN NNI i l I I l.l.L IKK T H HUN MN ssss rrrTT nno rki:r kkkk S 8 T O O K K K S T O UK KK S T O O R R K SSSS T O KKHR KK S T O OK RK S T OR RK S S T O OK RK SSS T IXX K KKKKK In order to make rooin for our imnif nse stock of Fall and Winter Hats, Caps, F.to, ' ('all early and secure bargains. Clothing, Etc. -a m . 1 "yt rnafln Hati Kaon nt.hiTKrNt.OTft illU M UlUUiJ. uuiwxw Q Tost Office Block, Kock Island, Illinois. l,OKP. Mang'r. ,T. 13. .1MM KK. MERCHANT TAILOR, -OF IlsTE WOOLEN S5. a ant to announce the completion of his i Summer stock ol Choice buit- 11 former efforts." ings, --"Surpassing al MOVEVENT IN LONDON FOR THE SUPPRESSION OF VICE. An Imposing lrocesslon to Hyde Park A lllB Hank Kolihery In rlusala The Kaily rimlrrn Keport Other Foreign Items. ii,- s!i, ils your all.mti.m to the nbove, and (win satislUM that an examina- , uiiUemimslnitetriyoii Uiat your interest oan 1 faithfully served. I'.t.irulnr ami r..fnft altei.tinn will Ik- given to all orders with whirr, you mi u f iv, .r him Pit ami Workmanship unexcelled. No. 1810 Second Avenue, liock Island. 111. NEW i:i;i;i: Mill COllO KKKK IIKIiR . V Ii O (' n K. K R V i: i; i ii K R i: , I: Ii ll II l.' K K K V lilllii: Ii ll I' KK liKUli VV i: k ii o ii K r; R u k 1 1 o i K i; R v Ii K H III! OK K K '-. I; K HMl IHICII I'KKK K K Y ssss Trii r S H 'I' 1 s ssss s H S M ssss T T T T T T IMHI Hlil.'li I'l KR O OR R K II OR It Ii O O Ii It F. O O I1KI1K KK O OR R K o O It UK, O O It K K OOO K K KICEK,. Choice lirands of Minnesota ami Winter Wheat Flour, I Oiirs umll'rewnery Hulter, Cotton Mops, Minn., l'l.tutous, Ve,"'talles, &.:., Cor C. J". LONG'S, Nineteenth Street and Second Avenue. THOS. IF- CABY, nninfor nnfi GraiDer If ji-i'iKin il to iln all kiii'ls "I '"rk 1,1 i'lain and Dworative Paper HaiuriiiR and Kalsominiu-. ' A complete Mnrk of - Willi I'.nu-r Curtain Fixtures. Cornice I'oles and Uoom Moulding- Mixed Paints always on if Al-., hml lull ) I III I I, 11 W i hand. ,f Art limf ami Arlisl" Materials Lessons" ,.rk. ,.ilmil,ierv Silk-, I'nril- mid ram-y !l' lu-iires ; mil ami lest pnres ot work. 1SS13 Second Avenue, ivrn in IVuitim; nml French wliicli are sol ill clone UDCK ISLANI. ILL. JACOB OHLWEILER, Jr., UKTAII. IIKAI.KR I" Wines, Liquors, Beer and Cigars, , h i-very iimrniiif; an No. il every Sullir.liiy rveliiliK. Twentieth Street. may 7 dly I'AVIS 8 S. DA l DA.VIS & CO- lumbers, Gas Steam Fitters. A Complete Stock of Pipe and Fittings up to 8-Inch. Al.f. RttfTM or Brass Goods, Packing, Hose. PUMPS, SEWEK ril'E, HUE BRICK, ETC f '..'- 1 f .1 U I E MIL AHT FOB 1 Bmm MDeane Steam Pumps f'SrmmM Eclipse Wind Mills, Gold's Safetv Heatin2 Boilers. actors for famishing and laying Water.Gas and Sewer Pipe ""a s Block. N-Wwty Ijindon, Aur. 24. The mneting in sympathy with the luovemtmt for the sup pression of immorality was helil in Myae park SHtnnlay afternoon. It was the most iai'KHiy al taiiilml demonstration that has ever been bold. BihIihs of men ami women of all cla-ses anil representing the various societies fur the suppre-siou of vice, began forming shortly before noon in different p. -rliniiH of the city and marched with ban ners bearing all sorts of mottoes in the direction of the park. Many of the societies furnished wagons for conveying the women folks to tue meeting. Thousands had as sembled in the nark by 1 o'clock. Numer ous bands of music were engaged for the occasion. The greatest enthusiasm pre vailed. At twenty minutes past 4 o'clock the meet ing hurl equaled in numbers the great as- semblsge which gathered at tlie same place some months since to make a demonstration hi favor of the enlarged franchise bill. Thousands of women were in the crowd and ten times as many more on the way in the precision to the nark. One of the wtigons in the procession carried twenty-four little girls lr white. These girls held aloft a banner bear ing the inscription, "Shall the Innocents lie hlamr Another cart carried a large fac simile of the queen s letter to Mrs. tren Booth, approving the Halvation Army work in rescuing young girls from vice. The East End contingent of the procession started toward Hyde park promptly at 4 o clock. This body had three bands and carried sixty banners, all having inscribed on them Niich'niottoes as "Save Our Oaifthters, etc. The cart which carried the enlarged copy of the queen's letter was given the middle place in the line of the hast hud contingent This body had in Ime no less than twenty four-horse wagons. With the exception of the one bearing the twenty -four girLs under 13 years of age and dressed in white, the wagons wore laden with women dressed ia the deepest mourning. The vehicles them selves wore all heavily draped with black. Following the wagons were about ,tlHI men on foot. Ail tratTir'. hnd been suspended during the progress of the procession along its entire route. FOREIGN MISCELLANY. Kmplnym of a Rank Steal 143,000 from the Vault. New Yiirk. Aug. 24 The Sun prints the following special cable from London: An astounding liank robliery has just been re ported from Sl Petersburg. The plundered institution is the State bank of Russia, and the amount of the robliery is 20, UK) rubles. or fl4o.(kX. This amount was taken bixlily out of the lnk between twi days, but the vaults were found securely locked the morning of the discovery, anil there whb no evidence of violence or of burglary. It was plainly not a case of defalcation, for the books showed no false entries. A careful inquiry was instituted, aud this has shown that the robliery was committed by a party of minor employe: of the bank, who had no right of access to the vaults, but who had be come thoroughly familiar with the routine of the institution, an t were thus enabled to concoct a plan by which one of their uum bir was locked in the vau Its at the close of business hours and released during the night by his confederates. Before they were able to penetrate to the treasure vaults the conspirators had to forge the signatures of forty high olllcials of the bank. The chief criminal has fled, and there is no probability of recovering much of the stolen money. KiMtsa Commands the Use of Dynamite. London, Aug. 24. The Tall Mall Oazette published a copy of a letter from O'Doni van Uossa to his dynamite agents in Havre and Antwerp. In this Kossa blames the agents for their present inactivity, and say to them: "You have plenty of oatmeal and won't use it" He then commands them to recommence the dynamite war, aui ar rano for several "simultaneous ex plosions in England forthwith." "Hed Jim MeOermott, Kossa says, "is still living, although there is a stan ling reward of t'J.OiW for his execu tii in." A corresismdent of The Gazette at tributes the present apparent apathy among the dynamiters to the wranglings between the Radical section of the party and the moderates. The lalter, he says, wish to give the present Tory prime minister, the mar quis of Salisbury, a fair trial, and they contend that tlie pursuit of the policy of exasperation against England just now will botielessly destroy ail the chances of home rule. Will Probably Com ta Term. St. I'rtrrshiiru, Aug. 24. The Herald of tins city says that Russia, after a tele graphic survey of the Afghan frontier, hah decided to abandon her claim to th Zulrlkar pass. Tlie Herald also denies that Russia has made any kind of an agreement with Corea. Vienna, Aug. 24. The statement that M de Oiera and the maiquis of Salisbury have arrived at an agreement concerniiir the question in dispute between Russia anl England is made t y The 1'olitiual Corre spondence of this city. The llread Scourge. MAMtm, Aug. 24. During the past twelve hours twenty-three new .'asee of cholera and eleven deaths from thedisease were reported in this city, and in the province outside tlie eity 100 new cases and thirty -one deaths were reported. Marseilles, Aug. 24 The cholera is spreading in this city. Thirty localities are now infecUtd. One hundred and forty -thret deaths from the disease occurred liere Fri day. Gibraltar, Aug. 21. Cholera has ceased in Uibraltur A Toltce Fore for the Congo. London, Aug. 24. The latest African advices state that the Congo free state is endeavoring to obtain natives from the British or Dutch Indies for the purpose of organizing a police force. A Relative of Uanihelta. Rome, Aug. 14. Catharine Qarnbetta, relative of the late Gambetta, the French statesman, has died at Lanova, in poverty, at the age 105 years. Her funeral expenses were paid by tue commune. A Yacht Run Down. London, Aug. 24. The yacht Kalafisb. owned by Mr. Crossman, was run down and sank off Oban by a steamer and all on board perished except Mr. Crossman and his wife. The business failures ocourlng throughout the country during the last seven days as re ported Friday by R. (j. Dun & Co., number for the United States 158, and for Canada IV last week Mid ISO the week previous tu the last A FRIGHTFUL TRAGEDY. Wile Heater Killed, a Policeman Murdered and Another Dangerous ly Wounded. Springfield, Aug. 24. Last evening about 7 o'clock a terrible tragedy occurred on Washington Blreet, one of the most rowded thoroughfares in the city, by which two men were killed, with the probability of the third dying. This morning about 2 o'clock Officers Camp and Gall served a peace warrant on Leo nard Gardner, keeper of a second class reatauiaut, issued on complaint of bis wife, who charges him with beating her. Gardner was arrested and placed in jail, but gave collateral security at daylight and was released. He "swore to the offi cers and others that he would kill Camp and Gall ou -sight. During the forenoon he purchased two double acting caliber bulldog revolvers at a pawn shop, and declared his intention to kill the oflicers who arrested him, his wife and himself. He met the oflicers on Wash ington street this evening and opened tire. The first shot was fatal, striking Camp over the heart, the second striking Gall Mow the heart, the ball ranging downward. Camp fired five times from his 44 caliber bulldog after being struck, three taking effect in and near Gardner s heart, killin'' the latter instantly. Gall could not ect his revolver out of ils scat mrd. A netrro woman, a byslamlet, was struck in the leg, but the wound is not dangerous. Camp died almost instantly The dead man was taken to the police station. Camp's wife, nearly crazed with grief, threw her self on the dead body of her husband, pleading piteously for oi,e word or on kiss. 15esides the wife he leaves five children. Gardner leaves a wife, who cverv three months receives $150 from Canada, a relative's legacy. Shis money caused trouble between the husband and wife. She refused to look at the dead body of ocr husband or have anything to do with it. Camp and Gall have the reps utation of being the bravest and most cflis cient men on the force, and are very pop nlar. Dr. Ryan, attending Gall, gives slight hopes of his recovery lale tonight. Gardner was heretofore, regarded as ins offensive and peaceable. A DASH FOR LIBERTY. Seven Convicts Kscaite From the Ar- kaimas Penitentiary. Litti.k Rock, Ark., Aug. 24. The most daring escape in the hisiory of the Arkansas penitentiary occurred lietween a and o'clock Friday evening, wlwii Devon convicts forced tiieir guards to surrender, and coolly walked away. There were forty seven convict, working at the brick-klin at tiie time of the e-cape, under a guard of eleven mn armed with inchester rifles and double barrelled shot-guns. Nothing was noticed till the time for work to close approached, when George D. Ander son, a notorious convict serving out a three- year term for grand larceny, suddenly snatched a shot-gun from a sand-box where it had tieen secreted, and, leveling it at the guard, said: "Jim, 1 don't want to kill you. but unless yon drop your gun I'll do it The gitanl let the gun fnlL At the same moment twocouvi, t-, named John Vest and Thomas Kelly, produced guns and pointed them at the guard. Tli other guards ordered the convicts into the stockade, and the other was otwyed by all but seven of them. Anderson, Kelly, and Vest, white men, fctood with tiieir guns drawn, while four colored convicts joined tlie party. Anderson took tlie leadership, and, arming two of the colored men. marched the seven convicts outside of the walls, when they hastily disappeared A posse is after them and a bloody battle is expected, as all the convicts are desperadoes and, it is thought will never be takeu alive. Bloodhounds have tieen put on their trail, hut they succeeded in killing one of thedog-. THE MAHKET8. CBI04). Auf. sa The market quotation on the beard of trade to-day were aa fellows: Wheat No. il September, opened 82Vc, dosed 80o; October, opened a, closed e'-Ko; November, opened 0&a, closed 84a. Corn No. 2 August, opened 4,Wc; oluMtd 4c; September, opeaed 45a. closed 44ci October, opeBea cioesa ?ic: Oau Re. 'A Augibt, epened 'iJc, closed atio; rJeptemeer, opened '2Ae, closed 24fo; October, epened 24Ko, closed 'Mc r"ork rieptemrjer, opened e'vio, enwea SH.O0; October, ojiened $4.85, cloieit 9.rVi; November, openeu n.wi, nosea s.Jt. Lard September, opened and closed, ttt.l2. Livestock me union ritocx yams reeorl the following range of prices: Hogs Market opened hrm ana muderutety active, with prices o(4 luc nigusr. ugnt giaoes, St. .so tf4.U0; rough packing, 13.90(44.80; heavy packing, 4-ili4.0U. Cattle Mostly Tex- ans; natives, e-t-voifivo.ou; Duioners, e. !v9 &75; stockers, i7.'Ha(4 0O; Texans, 1475 4.00. Sheep Market slow; Produce: Butter (iilt-edge creamery, lHj'J0c; fancy dairy, l&$lUo; packing, tkoJ7c per lb. Eggs I0&le. per dos. Po tatoes (1.00(11.15 per bb'L Poultry Spring chickens, 10(a)luc; old hens, 0.'; roosters dc; turiteys, lie, ana sprmg (aiuc per lb; ere trie cblcki R. CRAMPTON & COMPANY. ducks. kens, 12.00(83. ou per des. Apples New, 75el(L50 per hoi. Kernes Blueberries. S1.6u1.80 We do PLUMBING of all PURE IS THF ABSOLUTE NECESSITY OF HKALTU. BLOOD -mirae 1712 First Avennej Rocx Island, III. E. W. Hurst represents the leading American and Foreign Insurance Go's Policies carefully written at current ntes, Agency established 1874. Office OTer toes Island National Bank. THE marvellous results of Hood's Sab saparilla upon all humors and low conditions of the blood (as ex prov en by the cures effected) prove it the best I'.LOOD MED- 1 1CISE. Such has been the sue- cess of this article at home a that near ly every family in whole neigh borhoods have been gY taking It at the same time. it eradicates scrofula, vital- files and enrich es Uie blood. thereby restoring and ronovat- Xing the whole sys tem. HiHid's C Sabsapakilla puri fies the blood. Hood's Sarsa TAKiLut N) curesdyspepsia. Hood's Saksa- fvj parilla cures bilious ness. A peculiar point In Hood's Kak- w satakilla is that It builds up and strengthens tlie system, while it eradicates disease, and as nature's great assistant proves Itself Invaluable asapro- "Heetion Iron) diseases that originate In qhanges of the seasons, ol climate and ul bio. SCROFULA. 135 Howard Street, I Lowell, Mass., Jan. 17. ( MESSRS. C. I. Hood & Co.: tienllemen I have used Hoop's Sarsapakilla in my family for scrofulous humor wllh wonderful success, and am happy to tell you that it is the best medicine we ever used. I do sin cerely advise any one who is troubled with scrofula to give (his valuable rumeity a trial, and assure them they will not be disappoint ed. V ery truly yours, tCoburn Shuttle Co.) C. C. PICK EBINd. noon's Sarsapakilla Is sold by all Drug frlsts. Price (1 per bottle; six for (5. Pre pared by C. I. UU0D & CO., Lowell, Mass. 1 kinds, including Sewer Work. Gall and see us. per r lti-qt case: whortleberries. (3.00 eer bu.; lack berries, (L7A(.ssOO per 10-qt case. Mew York. New Tore, Aug. 2'X Wheat Opened a shade better, afterward ruled easier; aud declined ttc, with a moderate business; No. 1 wuite, nominal; No. 2 red September, 944Kc; October, Mi taurine; Nuveiuber, SKt'J()ie; December, (i.0o1.00; January, tl.iwV- Corn A shade easier and dull; mixed western spot. 5''H54We; future, WUUo. Oats A shade lower aud dull; western, 32V42C. Provikions Beef dull; new extra. (10.00. Pork dull and week; new mess, (10.25(9 10.50. Lard a shade better and quiet; steam rendered. (n 4r. St. Louie. St. Lydis. Aug. 2'i heat Very active demand, but greatly diimoralized and bbarply lower; close.! 2Cm Sc under yesterday; No. 2- red cash, tele WlVe, not worth over Save at the close; August, mVe bid; Septeinner, tWJin; Octo ber, Wlc Corn -Very dull aud lower; cash, 4lHld42c; August 4lVc bid: Sep tember, 4io i. il. uate mill and lower; cash 22sf2JHe; August 2'JWc: September, 22V. Rve Dull: :4c bid. Wbiskv Kteaily; (LIS. Provisions Pork, dull; $U.:t) I tj'.l.tl. lard NoniinaL Toledo. Toledo. Aug. 3a Wheat Dull and weak; No. 2 sort lafce shore, a0Ktlsc: Ka 2 red cash. o7H'o; Beptember, htx:; October, SMWo; November, Wlsjc acaei. Corn Unchanged; No. 2 1 JsU, August and September, 4h(sc asked; October, 4o(jc asketl; year, .wc; May, SMWc. Oats Dull and easv; no. it cash, 27c; August, 27c asked; September, 2tXe; May. oltc asked. Llover Vuiet; prime uieilimn, cash and Autust, (a 50 askwl; Septeinlier or October, (.1.25; November, (5.40 askeiL Mllwanko. Milwauksb, Wis., Aug 23. Wheat-Weak; Milwaukee No. 2. 7VWc: September, October, )o. Cera Weak: No. 2. 4.1,- Oats Nominal- No 4 SS-f1""" '-"' ""- ROCK ISLAND TRUNK FACTORY WILLARD Rock Island, BAKER & CO.'S Opposite Harper House. Illinois. THE "TIVOLI," M. MAGRUM, Proprietor, Second Avenue, - - Opp. Harper House. ffThe ;'Tivoi.i" has lately been transfnrmeil Into a I'alsre equaling In every rescl the Ones ssionnsin umragn ana surpassing anyiniiicin tlie inrec cities A uuniiuir of f sus epcrsled by mactiiuery for keeping the sir i-,miI is one nf the leading feslnres of t ho place. '1'he Liquid hefreftimrnt illi'iii-tiseil st tilit' establishment in in keepinwith Us grind Iroprovo ment. An ek-Ksnt tuiii-h served every niornin. All kitius ol Hiilldwichea jun-7 dfini served on short untice. OI11CAHO. Article. Opeiiinc Closing h .'i- vuirii'-t Sept. 74 7Ssj ih:t. S1H so Nov. KV, vi cons Auirnsi 44S .... Sept. 4r 4 Iki. .... 43W Nov. 40S 4sa, its-Anuiist 21- Sli' sept .... Oct. .... 24 Nov. .... .... l'oe.a Auirnst Sept. 8 75 S 77 Oct. s s5 Dsn Nov. 8 BO 8 75 l.ftRD-August sepi a 17 Oct. 6 45 if Nov. .... 6 15 ItlBs Allj-'lltt .... Kept 5 45 6 4'J Oct. 5 45 5 47S4 Nov Hots -14.5im: Inrht, 4 r54 U5; miieil. 4 1 H4 S, Will. 4 30-i4 (ii J. W. WIRTEL, Prop'tr. IIOCK ISLAND. laij. Sir hay Timothy .00 lav-Wild f -.0. Wve Corn -4:-. ol ;uih's- Vti- Ouiirti .Hk foil 1 1 ; hard $ SO. .mil mwii1 (i no. m $r, mi. A Stock Investment! THAT WILL PAY. The People's Opportunity To share in the assured profits of a Large Cattle Baicti! Par Value of Shares $100. The Bonkn of the ""Western Land and Live Htock Company" are now open for the allotment f g limited number of share of its Capital tuock, The amount now offered in thie community not to exceed $r0.0ixj. Application for ftharea may he made al tue omc ot tue aecrttary, 302 Main St., Davenport, la., or through the following gentlemen : J. B. Fidlar. Cashier First National Bank, Davenport. Oeo K Maxwell, Cashier Davenport National Bank, Javenport Uertuan Savings Bank, Davenport, Dr. W. O. Knlp, Davenport John -I. Dshnis. lst Third St., Daveni C. F. Hemeaway. Cashier Moiine NaUonal Bank Moline, 111. J. L. DAYMCDE, Secretary. uf'2-dw3w t y n i-rrc: n 1 No. 1809 Second Avenue. Manufacturers of all kinds of Trunks, Traveling Bags, Sample Cases. tUT REPAIRING DONE.H PAKE & ELLIS, tWOorae and see us. Now is the time to secure bargains. We have marked our Summer Goods down to cost in order to clear ourselves before Fall Goods come in. PARK & ELLIS. 1 704 Second Avenue. Ml WW THE "VERANDA,' FRED APFELQUIST, - Proprietor. Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars, Rock Island til. EAST SIDKOPMAHKST syllAKK, e is-di. HENRY STRUVE'S SAMPLE ROOM, MOST PERFECT MADE Prepared by ft physician with special repard to health. No Ammonia. Lime or Alum. In the room formerly occupied a a m f. ... i'uiift-clioiier) hy Krink .Math. " J 1 J tiTh hvft of Beer, Wine. Liquor and t'ijjara ctniwtantW on hand Twentieth Street. api-ui: HALF-CENT A WOiU). Thr nari hereafter wf t iuhlih In thio col- nmn all a :v-r1ii4Bienus uf Lout. Kouud. Fur Kent. 1 Por.Hale, Bord or Koomti, Wanted, and similar not tree, at the low rate of onf half a Cfitt a uwrti. each fUure a word, but un advertiaemeul let? than ten cents WANTED A frirlto do general house work. apply at 7l Twenty-Hrnl street. IS POK KENT A (urniahed room No. Vl Third avenue, auilahle for two youug men or a youug I marriea couple. FOR SALE A good family hone, phaeton and name 8, itr sale cueap; auureea h, una etnee. FOR SALE Sixty lots hi my additions to he ityof Rock luiand on four yearly paymenlt1, with imercru aiHLX ierceni per annum. i-tt-m B Davenport TAYLOR HOUSE. (or. Fourth Avenue and Sixteenth street, PHIlXIPTUENaEin . ROCK ISLAND. l"Thi Hnun: ha ben thoronirhly renovat- d and rf furuifhed throuirhout and 1 no open lo tti public, lltiarder al icarwiuajlt mtef. a mien- will rtnd thin (lotelanice atopping place. ap itrdjiu JOHN SCHAFER, DEALER IN Wines, Liquors, Beer and cigars, No. 1316 Third Avenue. Rock Island, Ilia. This place has been refitted and refurnished and U now one of tne best Saloons In the rlty. tr"Luuch every morning luuc- 1 1 u iy WANTED Canvmsers for a re" edition of "Chambers Eiicjclnpedia," revised 1KK5, with a very xtenKive American supplement; sold on payments of $3 00 per mjutb. P. K. Colli kr. Uavcnuort, Iowa H-til Dissolution Notice- The firm ot Honeker t Seare la this day dis solved by mutual consent. J. P. Honeker having sold his interest to John Cramer who autuee his I piiiportmu of all accounts aud liabilities. Kock Island. 111.. Aug. 18. 18H6. J. P. HONKKEB, U.J. EAK. Co Partnership Notice. Notice is hereby given mat the endersigned have associated themselves together under the firm name of Sears A Cramer, and will continue the grocery business of the late firm of Honeker A tieare. at No. 431 Fourth avenue, and assume all accounts and pay all liabilities. Kock Island, III., Aug. 18, 185, D. J. SEARS. !-3t JOHN CRAMER. EXCHANGE HALL. RUDOLPH SCHWECKE. SALOON And BlLLIARD HALL, Below the C. II. I. & P. Depot. Moline Ave., Rock Island, 111. Imported and Domestic Beer and Wi ne, Fine Lilmors and Cigars always on hand. jnn -ly "THE ATLANTIC P BILLIARD AND POOL PARLOR, No. 1 8 12 Second Avenue, Rock Island. "Pllsener, Knlmbacher and the finest domettie Ber ron draught. All kinds of Sandwiches aeived at any hoar. Telephone 15, ns-wiy JOHN WESTPHAL Proorietor.