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VOLUME XXX11I NO 256 ROCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY. AD GUST 2G, 1SS5. ESTABLISHED OCT. 18, 1851 The .Rock St If is the Tiie to Secure Bargains. THE LAST CHANCE All Summer Goods are leing slaughtered at THE - ,yV sU vOv GOLDEN EAGLE ,' in. , i'I. c I. v I. t I. r CI. fXHl TT1TTH l O T H O O ,'J 184.108.40.206.1. 1MHI II II N 11 II N N II HUN N II II II N N IIHHIIIIN N H II N II II N II II N II II N N it;is N O N ( SSSS TTTTT CM-MI RKKH KKKK N Mi N N II N Ml NN IMH (III S S OK It K ) K R K OK KK O KflKK KK I OK KK t OK K K O It R K OOO K RKKKR THAT IIOOSIER SNAKE. A WHOLE COMMUNITY PARALYZED WITH DREAD. Mure Witnesses Come Forward with Thlt Hair Standing on Knd The Adven tnr of Son), Woodsmen An Old Settler. THE NEWS IN 3"d. In order to make mum for our immense stock of Fall and Winter Clothing, Hats, Caps, Ere, Etc. J"Call early and secure bargains. TheGoldenEagle Clothing Store A. LOEli, Mane Tost Office. Block, Hock Island, Illinois. J. B. ZIMMER, MM MM I I'l'.K l:RIII! I'l'I'O H MMMMK It K i: I'll l II l M k' It K 1 1 H V M 'IK ItllltK C IIH11II NN N N n ttttt M MM M K K M VII M k' It M M M'l'll'K till II It)' I'll K I'I 'CO II II AAA N HA AN II A AN N N N N N N N N JIN ttttt T a ii r. A A 111. A A III. A A 111. AAA II I. 4 A II I. A All I.I. 1.1.1. INMI K OOO HRRK O O It K l OK K O O KRBK O Oil K OK K It lias received his Slock of PALL .AjSTD WINTER ISU1TINGS,! AND OVKROOATINGS, A larger and liner slock than ever. No. 1810 Second Avenue, Kock Island, 111. Cincinnati, Aug. 36. Tu Enquirer ha aKjHTial in mi Pivmml.A, Intl., Mtating t'jat thoexvitemaut over tbo ftppftaranoe of nvn-Utr snake in that vicinity in greater tbau evr. Saturday morning Thomas Lr par, one of the oldest active residents in the county a man note J for accuracy of d tail ami strict regard for truth drove into town with a load of Ktove-wood, aceom l anied by a full-grown wmi. par and ins sod Henry excitedly told how while loading their stove-wood in a clear i Bp 4ie and a half mile south of bora, they al mo-t drove into the m Ulster. Young Lj juir dwt'ovored it among the logs, and just m time, too for he suyt it rained to a height of hve feat, and would have coiled around the hore nearest it had he nut lashed his team and turned the hordes Mid dnly, almost upwUing the wagoa They both magnify the desorlptions pre viously given hy those who have semi it. and destroy the theory that it e caped Iroin a itifnagftrie; for, if their statements are cor rect, it i larjrer than any reptile that has evr Nou exhibited in this part of the coun try. TJiis dtwi ription in regard to its size is perhaps exaggerated, but tht-y a?ree with otttor wiLuesse)! that it w a dull brown color, with copper-colored spoUi, and the bead rugh and Hfit The exutwd shtiuta of the Lppar on encountering the monstnr attracted a woodman, who was chopping iar by, and he came running with his ax and endeavored to get a blow at its tail, but on hi approach it lahed iteelf in such fury that he wa- forced to retreat. The aize of th monster was eo great, and its demeanor so hostile. that all three of the men made baste to leave the accur-ad thing the woodm&n deserting bis work. landing citizens declare that the monster inn t be exterminated by ome meank. for the community in wrought up tofsucb a pitch of excitement that business and labor is practically suspended. The serpent shows no diupofiition to pass out of the ne i h t Krh ood, as was su ppi ised , at t first appearance, that it would. Those who a week ago comid- eru the current biuc of ronvertation a " nake story,' are now firm in their con victions of the monster1 terrifying prosem sn l are mora than willing to contribute to tne reward. County onicial will be aked to take action on the matter, as the monster w supposed to have mhabited this eounty lor year. It created a gve.'it excitement by its ai'pertrance near Versailles the county seat. two yearn ago; aal Thomas Alexuii ier, prominent farmer living thr( miles south of here. tatn that in the Kiimrur of lHTii he saw it on his farm several diflerent times. Uthfr resi.lenta conltrm the opinion that it. has lived in the wd 1 wa-te of timter sinw the settlement of toe country. Largn quantities of valuable tarries and f grapes have rotted on the bullies Itecause thn natives leared to encounter the awful nake. .ily NEW (THMl VKKK KKKK . V II (1 K. K K V V I! K K K V V, R K V Y (! KK KRKR TV (l K. R R V R O O (I UK. R J v RM O II V K R K It KX OOI t) KKKK U R T IIIIKK OOO i: K o o It It o o l: K o o KURlt o o R K o o K K u SSSS TITl I' i S T t T T SSSS s 8 M SSSS OOO KKKK KKKK O OK It K O O R R K O O It R K O o KRRIt KK o OK R K o OR K K O O K R K OOO b K KKKK. (Choice Brands of Minnesota and Winter Wheat Flour l)irV an.! Crcmni-ry Butter, Cotton Mops, Minn., Potatoes. Vi-g.-toW.-s, &-C, O. CT. LONG'S, Cor. Nineteenth Street aud Second Avenue. lit Jiixtox- strLdL Grainer l, ,-epiiri'(l to do all kinilf f work in Plain and Decorative Paper Hanging and Kal.soiuining. A poniili lt' HUM'k of Willi Timt. MixcJ . ... ii.; i. i'B kiii li.itini iioiii(inii;. V UTUllll r lillimn. v i""" I'aiutH iilwiivs on Iminl. i n in I'liiiiiini; ami rreucn r . ""- "r ,Art lwirn"''-"'r K.u -v li. whi.-li nrr m, . t clow I. n,l.r..i.l..,u W.trL' H.lll ItniltllTV rl I " - llliri?!, r.ll ami U'i"l urirtin f work. 1S13 Sei'onJ Avenue, ntK ISLAND, ILL. JACOB 0HLWE1LER, Jr., KKTAIL DKALEB in- Wines, Liquors Beer and Cigars, No. 309 l.iinrh .-wry morning nl t'Vy Salunl.y Twentieth Street. may 7 dlr irM4tr PRELLER SAID TO BE ALIVE. A St. .outa Ilrumnier Som TrMti mony S4TiKMtional Moten. St. Louis, Aug. 2fi. Sonnational stiirios al i'mt the trunk mystery are still being id- iiutriouKly maiiutuctiiml antlditmiimtil. Til'1 lattt rnpf't is that there is testimony tliut I'relWr i alive. A well-known Ht. L"iiii tlruunur sars that a few ay ailor tiie txKly was found i the Southern total a yourgr man auiwertn; tb nesenptinn of rTellkr jware.l in Kl.ilon, Ma, organizwd a sinking eliiw, remained a month, and tha irfl wiliiout collecting his tuition fee. Before Iih lot he xave a plug bat to a colored man. The hat bore his initials "C. E. P." iawide tun MVout-oli ith. Frailer wan something of a intiic-iun and vocalist. It U tielieve.1 "by many that the ruason Maxwell ha exaittited such cihiIik'hs is that he know that at the right tune he omr (irove tuat PiUari alive, and thnt he can not lie tried for murdering aiiv other niun but Preller. l'r. in Bo-t m cmiai a story, told by a Pr. E. li. Grnhata Dewey, that the body found in the trunk was not l'reller'i. but a ooi fwe be bnd ixooursd in Boston. "Maxwell," l)r. Ilewey Fays, "aaemed posed wita the idea of petiinR a 'HtiftY apttarently for direction. I told him that I could probably hire one at the ' medical school. He left the city, waa gone a few weeks, and on his return surprised me one day by tiie remark that he had got a 'stiff and a ked me to go up and see it. ) excu l myelf. In view of later develop ments I wish I had gone." Maxwell received a letter Munday, which he permitted a reiorter to opeu, aud which addre sed hiru aa D'Augier anl urges him to toll tie l.i'u: h and prove bis innocence. It says further that Preller haa been wen alive at the 8iii-.h fort on Mj IL John Rufkln, the Euglisb art critic; k convalescent. During the week ended Au 22 there were 513, 4!rT silver dollar i sued from ue mint. John B. Gough, who bas ju-t completed his tmth year, is sai i to be seriously lailiag ia health. 8am Jones say that if ha lived In Chi ago he would drink river water in prefer ence to whi-ky. Tbo le.,ilHines, His., camp-meeting ended Monday. The rain Hooded the grounds and coniielieil everybody to leave. Miss Laura liradeu. treasurer of the Washington & WayneBborg railroad Is said to he the i nly female railroad official in the country. In a speech Jionday night the British at torney general denounced Mr. Chamberlain aa a iicialit. and warned bis hearers agaiu-t "thievUh attack." on vested in tei'rtStr. Miss St. Qunntin, the vocalist, contradicts the 1-etiMati.iniil stwy that, at New Orleans recemly her tenor, itr. Henry Molten, struck her with a conhide during the per- formaiice. The Hon. James O. l.laine was given reception Monday afternoon on board the united N-arws sle.imsr Tennessee at liar Harbor, Me. A salute of twelve guns was tired in his liour. German matiuiucturers of boots and shoes are making rapid stride toward the highest degree of iMr!cction of niamiiaoture, and many ot the fhojis are completely furnished and coudiiv-W on tha American plan. Monday aflnrnoou a car tilled with speci mens of I iregoii agricultural proitiots, btted up under the direction of the state board of lmuucration, started on its eastern jouraey. and i cxpectsil to exhibit at Chicago Be pt. Hto li Adjutant Uoneral Drum received a dis patch Monday from the officer commanding in New Mexico, saying the southern Utes were starving, an 1 that unless food was im mediately procured f .r them they would go out on the warpath. The grow til ot the female population in the large cities is a remarkable feature of the censuses of the time. New York has a surplus of about &i,0tio women, IVwteu of 1SO0U, ba'tiiuure of 17,00(1. and so o throughout tiie whole list of cities in the east. league ball gnmtis resulted Mondav: Ne York In, Providence 5; Huston '1, Phila delphia 0. Ilia following games were played hy American asociation clubs: At PiU.biirg Pittshurj !, Ixmisville 5; at Pkila lelnhia Athietirs 13, Baltimore "J; at Kroiiklyn Kr'.Hikiyn 7; Metropolitans 3. James Uordcn lkeunett contribute.! IKK) toward the l u.i.l.nir of the American yacht Pn-cilla, to compete with the Kng' lish sailor Uui'Sta, an 1 prevent her lroai carrying off across ths Atlantic the queen' cup, so g:d'.aiit.iy w-.n I y the American i Pritish waters ihirty-f ur year ago. Governor Oile-.liy, ef Illinois, issued or ders for sjweial elect ions to be heid Tuer.day, Nov. o, m th N-venth di-trict of the si. reine court. t elrct a succes.or to Judge T. i.yie Oickev, deceased; in the Ninth judic tal circuit t i el,-ct a successor to J ude J siali Aii lloU'it-, deceisrd, ant in tho Fifth ti,i ros i..u: l li trier to eioct a successor to Con -re.Miisn K?ili.sn hllwiKsl fleceasod. rii.iimjii, ah .iiicR.il protiiiot, of islam, at ne i:e : d . luu.iKK! uieii, is li-hting fngan nti e u C-ntrnl Airica and spreading ha :aini of M. h.iinrneil. Already tue i.v.it I s-'oral lui.-rhhas lietMi destroyed iiul t icu ho.U of liv.s acrifii-ed. It is be- ihv i.l Ui.it . lvii.ui lu t, 'ijieraMons will nave Uh. ei'cii'I of i.pen.u nitirior secllous to AiiKincmi negro un .-loiiaries, and that ,Vin- ri.-a.i comutercc wnl also be enuanoed UeieLiV. l ire and Accident Insurance in reliable companies nt iowest rates, apply 1o K. Licbetknef lit, real es- t:ile. loan ami insurance asjent. nnd nota ry public. Collections maile. t)llii1719 Second avenue. eotltf 13 VIS & CO PLUMBERS Steam Fitters. A complete stock of Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing, Hose, Fire Brick, Etc. Sole agents for Water Motors for Sewing Ma chines, Etc., Dean Steam Pumps, Novelty Force Pumps, Safety Heating Boilers, aud Con tractors for furnishing and Lay ing Water, Gas and Sewer Pipe. 1712 Fiest Ave., Rock Island, Illinois. Telephone 1148. Bosidcnce Telephone 103T. 1 ee re' a Block, Moline, 111. Tolepuoae S06. High Joint llase Batllsta. KARATotia, Aug. '20L A meetinj of the joint cotiierence commitl4e ot the National Laso tiall league and the American assecia- tin was held Monlay. The league was represented by A. H. 8,len, of Boston; A. 0. l-'tialding, of Chicago, and J. B. Day, of New York, and the association by C. VTon lor Ahe, of St, Louis; C. A. Byruo. of Bioi'ktyu, and iiewts Kimmoas. of rhila- uelohia. Jt was renolved not to advance money to players on future contracts and it was further determined to have the clubs of the two associations pledge themselves not tonegotiute with any player under con tract with any league nr association club prior fc the nth ot October next it was also agre d that after the clo-ie of ttie eham- pionship season the dubs of the association would play together. The conference was sntir-ly harmoiiions. Fennsjlvanla lrehllltioaUts. Hakrishi'KO. Pa., Aug. i. l'he Probibi- tionista met hers in rtale convention Tuee- 1ay morning. The attendance was very large, over 'JU0 delegates being pre eat, Philadelphia alone sending seventy five. the morning session was spent in appointing the various cimnitlte Prior t) the noon adioiimineut the following were elected permanent otfi cars of the cnaveatioa; rresideut, A. A, Stephens, of Blair; vies president, George Kuidley, Allegheny, D. Mai tin, Tioga. George McFarland, Douphin, H. Pioketts, Iuxerne; secretaries, Fulton Phillips, Wash ington. J. D. Gill, Westmoreland, a D. Hunter, Chester. THE MARKETS. CHlOaOO. Aug. . The market quotations on tha board at trade W-day were as follows: wheat So. ii beptember. opened SOc, closed 7V'o, October, opened aue, otoaed lkt; November, opened ox,c, oiosea Onrn No. 2 Auaust. opened e4Wo. closed siXe; September, opened Ue. closed M.c; October, opened 4ic ciosea o. uacs Na i August, opened !Mo, closed SAkc; hteeteinber, opened WKc, oloeed se; October, opeued and Hoeed mkc. rork September, opened fs.w, cio-wi si. 03 vs.; October, opened i.W. closed IS.'AJ; No vember, opened aud closed Lard Hepteranvr, opened fU.DO, closed .z:t. Livestock The Union btocu varus report the following range of prices: Hogs Market. rather quiet but prices are steady ana arm: light grades soiling at i4.44lg.M) common to choice; heavy mixed packing, $4.05(54. S4 common to tair, and heavy shipping grades, H.4)t4.7a Cattle (Steadier; shipping, 4.&d:i.U0; butchers, $IW4t3.9t); stocksrs. W. 7(1(4.4 1U; iexans. IT.ooiAAiJ nbeep Market strong; common to lair, f.OOfflt i; good, M.o0.i75. rroauoe: Butter Gllt-edje creamery, HAlfec: fancv dairy, I5iXloc; uaekini. .V 7c nor lb. Eets lOWiil IWe per dos. Po tatoes fits'flji.ia per uol rouiiry bpring chickens, 111(0110; old hens, ); roosiers turkeys. Uc, and spring dusks. HW.itiOc per lb; urairie chivkens. $iU0it".uu per dos. Apples 75c $1.50 per bid. Iterries tllueaerries. l.oJI.IW er lo-qt case; win.rtiBiierries, jiwuper u. ; lackhurries, LoU(0 . ,.i per le-qt case. Mew Tork. New York, Aug. 35. Wheat 9idil V" higher, somewhat varia ble, with le, ooiug; iv. 1 white, nominal; Wo. a reil September, 81 'iiawiHe; uctnOer, (d6Wi;c: JM.ivemlier, Wj'.uSrnic: Ue cember, Jauuary - yeHsJ'Ji'c. Corn .tu!' Vu lowlier, and quiet; milcsl western sis.t, M(i:i4c; future, r.mtg M',0. Oals A tri ne better; lrn, i, (iMoc. Pr. .vis on Keef dull; new extra, $lu.0ii. I'.,rk, dull nnd heavy; new mess, $lo.'-!."mt I" vi. I.nr i dull and easier; steam len.b rml.$b 45 ?iu Leuts. Sr. Loots, Aug. 'A Wheat Active an I un evtltsl, sold 5j'((ilo higher early, declined ll'c, recoved ami clo-e-1 Vc alsive vesiertinv; No. U red cash. WyLb'.i-iiV; September. )c; Octeber, yic; November, 3c. Corn-Dull; cash, 40i,(jJ4I1c; August i'jc; Heptember, 4IUc: Octolier. .tsc. Uara Hilller: cash, JX Auinist, ti4e; Sepleuibar, !ct Jctooer, Kv.i Hull; ::ic bid. Whi.skv-Stoa.ly; $1.13. Provisions Pork, quiet; jo bing, Al. Lard Nominal. Toledts. Tim.iix). An, as. Wbeat Dull, steadv; No. 3 oasU. Au gust an 1 September, .V!jo; October, 8o.Sc; Noveiuber, S8c; May. fl.lsl; No. 'i soft, b7M (o)SNic; do Octiiwr, !lc; May, H.tCi Corn ICasy. dull; No. 2 cash and August, 46J4.-: JseDteiniier, 46c: OcUiber. 4DMi asked; year. 3;c; Mav, 3)c. Oat Neg lected: cash and Aiiuust, '.'tlU'c: Seiitam. ber, '.11c; May, 31c. Clover sO'vl Quiet; onsli and August, $A.'ir hid. $5 50 asked; September and October, $r.4J; ovelUB, IS. 50. Detroit. Ira.)if. Aii;. ii Wheat St.ady; N i. a red, Sivfc; Sep tember, ic; lictober, wv1; JMoveaiber, No. 1 white, cash, Mc; Septetuber, iV 11: tictotier. .'; no. 3 is-J, cash. Ht'.Wc, t'oru 4rii. Oats Sten-ly; No. d iiik. -ash, y7c bl.i. No. 2, ca-h. 35c Sej.iii.twr, '5l. Milwaukee. MlI.W AI'Kili, Wis.. Aug afx Wheat !5te:i !y; Milwa ikee No. a. TSW. Sepu;iiiuir, thi : Octoner, S2c Corn Kirlnei ; N... i. 44 OuU Sieadv; No. 8, Hye- r.i.e; No. 1, SGsiO, Barley- ririu; ISO. 2 w. R. CRAMPTON & COMPANY. We do PLUMBING of all kinds, including Sewer Work. Gall and see us. WILLARD Rock Island, BAKER & CO.'S Opposite Harper ITouse. Illinois. THE "TIVOLI, - M. MAGRUM, Proprietor, 55 Second Avenue. Opp. Harper House. The cheapest place in the hree cities to have your boots and shoes repaired or made is at the Central Shoe Store. Scrofula ili.-eases manifest themselves in the snrinff Hood's Sarsatiarilla cleans es the lilofHl. nnd removes every tsiint of scrofula. CIlli'AilO. Yesterday's Article. Ois'iiiiii:. closiu;; sis'i VIIL'USI Sicpl. TH sst-i. si a-.'! Nov. KtSj Ki!W CORN Aiiuusl 44l4 Hept. 44', 4114 (lit. 4! 4.1S, Nov. 411 40S .TS AllKUSt StiV tl'V, Sept 21 !' Cel. S, J4's Nov. PoKK-Ausust 9 07 S N) Scpu I' c7 8 Ml Oct. f i: Nov. 10 S I. tan August ii tir, f 'i S.pl tit; 6 57 Oct. r. : it Nov. I', SO 6 17 itibs Auiriist r s-.' i u 5 s-' ir. III t. 5 S5 5 till Nov .... Hoks OiXI ; lii;ht.4 40s4 S5; mixed. 4 0Tu4 25, lienvv. 4 :M:i4 OT, IvThe 'Tivoi.r' has lately been trmisfi.rmctl into a l'slace cipialini; in every respect the lines saliMinsm lihchlto and surpassing annini.r in tne llirec c ues A 11 tun r,cr 01 vans operated Dy machinery fur kccpjnir I lie air i-isil is inn- nf llic Icnilinir f.-alnrcs of I lie place. The l.iipiid Kefrcshnieuts ilispenscil al lliin establishment is in keepintrwilli ils crstnl improve ment. An elccant I11111 Ii serveil even- morninir. All kinds of Nindwiclies jliu-7 dtlill wrved on short notice. ROCK ISLAND TRUNK FACTORY J. W. WIRTEL, Prop'tr. No. ISO!) Second Avenue. W aim fact urers of all kinds of r 1 j 1 i s 1 rnnks Traveling Bags, Sample Cases. REPAIRING DONE.1 PAEK & ELLIS, Now is the time to secure bargains. We have marked our Summer Goods down to cost in order to dear ourselves before Fall Goods come in. PARK & ELLIS. 1 704 Second Avenue. p9Comc and sec us. -F. S. SOUTHARD, -Manufacturer and Dealer iu- Musenm managers are teniptin" a Wis cousin irl to evmiiit 1 lie uorns nincti arc CiiDcciileil by a nirelul arianoctnent ot her hair. liOCK ISLAND. lab 55c h.iy I'lniotliy Vll lay Wild SR.5 Kve iP-. rn -47c. Poliiioes 40c. lliions HOC. 'n:l Sofl II ; li lid JS Ml. nl kI f ' HI. s T;iv $5 llll. WHAT CONVINCE W1L1; convince yotl ol the wonderful curative properties combined in Hood's Sarsaparilla, if the remarkable cures that have been effected by its use fail to impress upon your mind this rcpuatedly proven fact? Thousands are using it, and all declarcUiat ! it Is a medi cine possess- mS III hlK 811 ailJ even more than I Bsl we claim tor It. My friend, if you are sick or in that con dition that you cannot call yourself either sl.. or well, go and i;et a bottle of Hoon's SjtsArAitiLiA, and realize yourself bow this medicine hits the right sjKit, and puts all the machinery of your body iuto working order. From the Registrar of Deeds for Middlesex County, Northern District. Lowfi.l, Mass. Mrssns. C. I. noon & Co.: ilentlenieii It allords nie much pleasure to recoiuincnd lloon'a Saksai akii.la. My health has liecn surh thai for some years past 1 lime Iscn obliged to take a tonic of some kind in the sprlnc. and have never found anvthiiiL' that hit my wants as your Rarsa)arilla. It tones up my sstcm. purities my blood. sliariMMis my .ipjs tiie, and seems to uiako Lie our. llespectlully yours. J. i: THOMPSON'. One of our prominent business men said to Us the other day: "In the spring my wife got all run down and could not cat anything; passing your store I saw a pile of Hoop's IS.ursAi'Aiai.LA in the window, and I got a bottle. After she had been taking it a week she bad a rousing apatite. and it did her everyihiiig. Mie tisik three bottles, and it as the best three dollars I ever invested." Hood's Sarsaparilla. Sold hv all druggists. Price Jl a bottle, or six bottles for K,. f. I. 1100U & CO Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass. HALF-CENT A WOKO. fie Lack f supply Hare. f'HILADKLPHiA, Aug. 2d. The board of ivil sei vioe examiners save received over L,skI applications for clerkships and letter furriers for the next eiaaamation, which kos place at the po.toffice budding Bept, T. The Kew York Grant Fund. kw Yohk, Aug. M. The eontributions tbe G-rant mouaawnt load Dp to data UbOUUt to W,li . W. llurst represents the leading Americnn and Foreign Insurance Co's Policies carefully written at current rates. Agency established 1874. Office over Bock Island National Bank. Thk ARors nerealier wi 1 oublish in this col umn all a ivertiacBienls of Lost, Found. For Rent, For bale. Bo- rd or Kismis, Wanted, and similar notices, at the low rale of one half a o at a word. each figure a word, but no advertisement less thai.ten cents WASTED A sma'l girl to take care of chi drvn; enquire at 724 Twellth street. WAJiTF.D A irirlto do general hoaee-work, apply at 7) Taciily-arst street. 18 FOB KENT A famished room No. lsll Third svenue. suitable for two young men or a yomuj married wuple! FUR SALE A good faoiily horse, phaeton and harness. Tor saui cheap; aadresa a, uuscmce, FOR a LE Sixty kits in my additions to :he ity of Rock Isiaud on four yearly paymente, with interest stent por cent per annum, -e-m b CiVBNroET UPHOLSTERED FURNITURE, MATRASSES AND PICTURE FRAMES. Al6o Dealer in Mirrors, Cornish Poles, Curtain Fixtures, Mouldings, Etc., iri'rici9 lower than the lowest. Treman's Block, opp. Commercial Hotel. THE "VEEANDA," FRED APFELQUIST, - Proprietor. Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars, Rock Island, 111. EAST SIDE OF MARKET SlH'AKE, e lSdl HENRY STRUVE'S SAMPLE ROOM, t'onfectKiiH'ry by Kritnk Mmli. l!irTlie Iwst of Beer, Wines, l.iiiiors .tin) Cisrs conslsntlv on haiui Twentieth Street. apv-'i-.i; MOST PERFECT MADE Pret-ared by a pbysictaD with epeclnl npard to bt-altb. No Ammonia, Lime or Alum. FIFTEENTH ANNUAL FAIR OK TIIK DISTRICT Agricultural Society Scott, Clinton and Musca tine Counties, MT. JOY, Sept. 8, 9. 10 and 11, 1885. $2,500 in Premiums, Open to Exhibitors living in tbe District. New Track: Eulareed Floral Hall; New Am phithcatre. capacity 1.5UM people. The ('. M.&st. f K K. ill run eitrs trains at reduced rales. t3grAdBiision 26 cents, Single horse si.d driv er. 50ceiii: Double team and driver. 75 cents: Children from 6 toll, 10 cents; Amphitheatre, 10 cents. JOUNSON MAW, President. TAYLOR HOUSE. Cor. Fourth Avenue and Sixteentli street, Hlll...irTUE,KKNsr,in,.r . ROCK ISLAND. tfTbif HtMiM bs" bt-cn tbtniii.'by p-imv.-a. 1 ami n fnnii-ht -l tbrmiL'boiit sml In mm oim'd lo the tuiblio, ltartlf rn al rt UMintt d rales. arnn re will (liitl Uns Hotel a nice Moiipin pliicc. p ilViiUk JOHN SCHA.FER, DKAI.KR IN Wines, Liquors, Beer and cigars-, No. l-!li Thin I Avenue. Uock I.iUod, IlU. Tbl? place ban b?en n-Rlttd and rt!funti-.hod and b- now one of tue bc.t SaltnP In the r.ity. gaLuncb cvrry morning juiit It u:y EXCHANGE HALX,. RUDOLPH S0HWECKE, SALOON And BLIARD HALL, Below tiie C. H. I. & P. Depot, Moline Ave., Uock Inland, 111. Imported aud Domestic Beer n I Wine, Fine i.ibiuirs aud Cigars slwnys on hand. jus )-ly ! a For information apply to P. W. McMASuS, Sec'J. so. iO-td THE ATLANTIC BILLIARD AND POOL PARLOR, ' No. 1812 Second Avenue, Rock Island. fTilener, Kuimbsrber and the tnest domestic Ber on draught. All kind of Sandwiches served st any hour. Telephone 1(4. H-t .0HN WESTPHAL Proorietor.