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THE OLFHB XXXUI NO 261 UOCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS, MONDAY. SEPTEMBEK lf 18S5. ESTABLISHED OCT. 18, 1851 If is the Time lo Secure Bargains. THE LAST CHANCE, THE CATTLE ORDER DANGEROUS FUEL NATURAL. GAS FURNISHES ANOTHER FRIGHTFUL DISASTER. All Snmmer Goods are being slaughtered at THE Five rontons Terribly Hnrt and Iutsnse Kxcitaiaent Created Elemental Death and Destruction Tha Lightning's 1 VYork Kpidemie Peat. GOLDEN EAGLE HK TTTITH (I T T T I) I) (I O l) O II ( II l , 1,220.127.116.11. KMI II IINN II II IINN II II II N N H II II N N HHI1I1IIN N U II N II II N HUN HUN M (Mil! SSSS TTTTT OOO RRRK KK.KK NO O S 8TOOK RK Nil 8 T O OR RR Nil S T O OR RK N O SSSS TOO KRRR KK (Ml S 1 o o I nr. li H T O OR RR t: H s V Ik OK RK SSS T OOO U KKKKR N N N N NN OIK i order to make room for our immense stock of -fall Fall and Winter Hats, Caps, Etc., ally and secure bargains. Clothing, PrrrsBuRO Sept. L The oven-room at 8. 8. Marvin & Co.' xteara bakery on Liberty street was ttie scene of a frightful natural gat explosion, Monday morning about 11 o'clock, by which five parsons were terribly burned, two of them, it is thought, fatally. Their names were: Aamviel Stafford, en gineer; A. C. Weiber, machinist; J. F. HiKgind, foreman; John Clark, and Mary (Jharlas. . The firm recently introduced natural gai into tlieir ovens, and Monday morning the five person named were engaged in experi menting on the manufacture of a new line of good. The gu had ben turned off proba bly an hour, and about 11 o'clock Engineer Stafford! advanced to the mouth of the oven to light it. Instantly there vu an explo sion, and the flames shot out of the mouth of the oven, enveloping all in the room. Stafford and Huggint, who were directly in front of the oven, were burned in a horrible manner, and it is feared inhaled the gas, in which cake death is inevitable. The others had their clothes almost burned from their bodies but were not fatally injured. The ex plosion created intones excitement in the neighborhood and a large erowd quickly gathered. lb room being tire -proof, a conflagration was averted. The unfortun ates were immed lately removed to the West l'enn hospital, where at last accounts they were retting easy. It is supposed that some person turned the gas on after it had been shut off by Stafford, and that the gas accumulating in the oven exploded as soon as it earns in contact with the lighL MORE DAMAGE BY STORM. Etc. 16 Golden Eagle Clothing Store UK1, Mang'r. Post Olfiee Block, Rock Island, Illinois. J. 13. ZIMNTTCR, ipni risKit fivr V I ic K I ' h i: ur 1 1 r, l:l;i:H ( ,1 H A NN NTTTYT TTTTT II li A A N N N T T II II A A N N N T T II llll 11 A A N N N T T li i: II H A A A N N N T r K.' MI HA AN NN T T H CIV-U H HA AN NN T T III. 11 I. II 1. II 1. AAA II I. A til. A AI1U.1.I.L A AA A A A OOO KRRR O OR R O OR R O O KRRK OR O II MX) K lias received his Stock of FALL ANl -yVINTKE BSU1TINGS,H A NT D OVERCOATINGS, A larger and liner stock than ever.' No. 1S10 Second Avenue, llock Island, 111. Over Two Inches of Kale An Engineer Killed Laud Slides en the Hudson. Albany, N. Y Sept. L During storm Sunday night two and a quarter inches of rain felL The railroad tracks are washed out on several roads. Ine -deeper on the West Shore ran Into a hole on this side of the Cat- kills, and Engineer Coles was buried lieneath the engine and killed. The sleeper on the Susquehanna road nearly ran into a washout at Howe's Cave, and was delayed an hour. Sev eral land sliiles on the Hudson River road caused some hindrance to trains. The farm lands along the base of the Hslder-berx-. are under watch and the crops in many ins tances are ruined. The water broke through unfinished sewers ia this city, causing the pavements to cave in. In ons instance the water found its way through the wall of the museum building to the res taurant in the cellar, Hooding and eovsring the floor to the depth of several inches with mu.1. Syracuse, N. V. Sept, L A severe hail storm pa end over northern Onondoga county Sunday doing great damage to standing crops. The nnharvested tobacco crop was almost wholly ruined and the loss will reach high into the thousands. Ben Busier Ukelv to Give Somebody Bomt Trouble. Nbw York. Sept L An explanation o the recent visit, of Gen. B. F. Butler to Jus tioe Mill r, who is sojourning at Block Is land, is given in The Herald. The visit wa not of a p litlcal nature, as surmised, bu was in reference te the prsvd dent's cuttle order. Gen. Butler appealed to the jurtioe for some order that would stay the execution of the proclamation and protect tne cattle men. What Justioi Miller decided is not known, but he did no' grant the injunction. lien. Butler is himself interested in the matter by a large amount ef money in vested. CoL 8. B. Corkbill Is a son-ia-lae of Judge Miller, and speaking about the mattir said: "Now, about this order, there will! surely t a flht; the cattle will not be moved. You oouldn't move a colored picnic, let alone 5,0iK).UiH) head of oattle, bj any proclamation, let it Issue from the president or any one else. Yes, the flht will be made. It involves important ques tions the rights of property, the power ol the Imlian to make contracts, and tiH power and authority of the government to interfere. Of ons thiug rest assured: the cat tie will stay; the fight will ro on. We have no autocrat in this country. lf a landlord wants to put you out of a house bs goes to the courts, not to the president If a con tract has been violated we go to the courts, t to the executive. As to what Justice Miller deckle. t I do not know. He did no! grant the injunction. No evert act had beeu committed. The president bad simply issued an order. If nobody obeyed that was the end of it, unless he attempted to enforce it, and then another question would arise.'' They're Moving. All the Same. Washington City, Sopt, L Ad vies reoeived at the interior department indicate that the cattlemen who by proclamation were ordered to quit the Cheyenne and Ar- rapuhoe lndiau reservation with their stock within forty days, the period for such re moval expiring to-morrow are complying with It. Thousands of head of stock an now moviug and from present indications the letter and spirit of the proclam atioi) will be complied with. It is also stated at the interior depart ment that the order for removal of the fences from government land will be strictly enforced. An impression prevails among cattlemen, it is stated, that it will not be, but secretary Lninar says the military will be called npon if necessary to enforce it The order was issued Aug. 14, and a reason able lime siven for it to be complied with. Hard Coal Market Pea coal, 7.00; grate and egg, $7.75; range, nut ana jno. 4, fa.UU per ton; screened and delivered all best quality of anthracite. Extra cartage charged on orders of less than one ton. Blacksmith's caol, Connelleville coke and charcoal. 1903 Second avenue. E. G. Frazer. Fearfully Fatal Lightning. Washington, Pa., Sent L During the progress of a tliun ler storm, Sunday after noon, Mr. William Miller, whose farm lies near Lindsly Mills, N orris township, was sitting on the porch in company with his wife when a blinding flash of lightning struck the house and Instantly killed Mr. an t Mrs. Miller. Newcastle, Pa.,. Sept 1. During heavy thunder storm Sunday evening Tim othy Mack and a boy, wno had stopped for shelter at Mack's house, were struck and fatally injured by lightning. Mr . Mack aud a man named O'Brien ware badly h urt The house was wrecked. ADIEU TO THE MOUNTAIN COTTAGE. Mrs. Gen. f,rant lakes Her Departure for New York. Mt. McOrkikir. N. Y.. Sept L Tbs family of Gen. Grant left the mountain at 11:30 Monday m.ming by a special train to connect with the Mi'S'J train at Ssratogn lor New ork, a special car being con nected to the traiu by Pre-Hont Depew, ol the Central railroad. The party consisted of Mrs. lirant, senior, who leaned on the arm ol CoL KreJ, i At-reded by Mrs. Fred Grant and Mr--. S.utris, with little Ulysses, sou of the larmer. lbe Mexican ruiriiste aud Madame R micro, who had spent Sun day at the cottage, aroomoanie.i them on the tram; also Mr. V. J. Arkell and family with the wife of Senator Arkell. Many friends from the Balmoral hotel gathered at the depot to await the party from the cot tage with kindly good-byes. The pleasant face of Dr. Douglas was conspicuous among those present; also Jules Mc Arthur, ol Washington, and ethers of prominence. THE MARKETS. HIGHWAYMEN CAPTURED. Chicago, Aug. 3L The market quotations ea tke board ef trade, to-duy. were a-. follows; Wheat No. September, oiiensd 7Kc, Closed IVlyC: October, oieued and closed Blc; Novem ber, opened and closed 84e. Corn No. August, opens I 43V4e, clnved uKe: Sep tember, opened 4I. led 43fc; Ootober, opened aud close t Uat, Io a Au gust oisinel iw, closed 24V4; September, opened ami closed J4o; October, opened close. 1 25c. Pork Ueptambar, epensd J3.iU, ri.sea s.i; ucieoer, opeasa fs.nn, closed t November, Oftsned M.75. clowl 177;. lrd September, opssei and clo-ei 9'. t s. Live slock The Union Stork yards repert the ioliowmg ran.;e of priues: Hog. The merket opened dull and weak, with prions ilfllo,- li.wur than Saturday; light grades. 4. 1(1144 So; roimh parking, ;S.5.r34, 1U; heavy packing, $4. Itl4.l'.l. Cattle Ku-adisr all aroun.l: unlives firmer, C'J'k,ioi; bulchrrs. $i.O")U)4.i'0; stoxtkerv, IJ 7.j4.iyj; 'IVn.to-. tS.ilW d. Sheen nenk; '-4. eroding: Butter Fine creamery, ltift J)c; go ut to line dairy, 1501c; packing, liifl 7c per lb Eggs ll(l3Wo perdoa. Potatoes -LaDittl.-Ji per bhl. Poultry Spring Chickens, III; old sens, yc; roesurs, SiJ o; turkeys, llie I Ic; and spring ducks. Wu per lb; prairie chickens, perdoa Apples aocissi i por blil. Iwrrles BluebsrrUMi tl.&Outl.ou psr ltk-qt case; wortleherries. t'i per bu; blackberries, Jl.oOgJ 1A per ln-qt i-a-e. New York. Nkw York, Aug. 31. W heat Heavy and iA: lower, with a utoderateiy active business; No. 1 white nominal; No. 'i red September, )itt !; 'Oot-.ber, WWaWo: iNovember. 6(a'.SJs-; Deoember, 7(iil7c. Cora pitXi" I :r and dull; mixed western sst 515:ii-; future, 4"L(Q51Hc. Oats-- A shade ea ler and dull; western, 3ft43c. rro visions tteet dull; new extra mess $10 00. Fork, dull; new mess, $10.12 10.75. Lard dull and easier; steam-rendered. St. Loals. St. Louis, Aug. SI Wheat Fair trading, but very unsettled ; . . 1 . . . u-AU. . . 1 V - tt I tuuiy thwu an-oe oabiiruav; isu. rw9 cash, 8SV.((lc; Sentembnr, SMc; October, 9q; Novemlif r, H3(Jfl3, . Corn Easier and slow; cash, 40(4 llc; September, 40c; uciooer. tsj.' out. oats Lower and slow; cash, 2:Js.(a Skc; Asuut and September, Rye Dull; M.? akad. Whisky Stealy: tl IS. Provisions T.-rk quiet; joduiui; 1.i..to. Lard dull; Jti.l'-'H bid. Teledo. ToLino, Ohio, Aug. 81. Whent Dull, but firm; N . 1 cash and Septoini-er. SjVc; Ootober, 87 Vr bid; No vember. .. No. t soft, ,(aS9Vt'c: do wciooer, Rf-isc: novemoer, xih.ii. uorn Kay aud qi.i-1. No. J cash and September, 46c asked; October. sA.o ask.; year, o bid; May, .V bid. Oats Inactive; cask and Septemlwr. 2oc a ked; May, 31c asked. ('lover Seed Quiet, hut steady; rash and SsptMnlwr $."'): Ortolier and Nnvamber. (ft !M bid. i'l.l asked. Milwaukee. MlLWAUKICK, Aug. ol Wheat Easy; Milvauke, N . 'J, TOjc; Septenilwr, 7X '; October. Sic. Corn Tame; No. 2, ,; Oat.s-S eady; No. i. 24Xic. Kve -Ouiet: No. 1. atmi. Barlev Nominal; No V. 61 Uerreit. Detroit, Mrh., Aug. 3L Wheat Firm; No. 4 red oa-h; HSWc. bid; Senternivr. s.c sskedj October. Ssjc; No- vnmber. ill s. t.il; Nu. 1 white cash and Sei temb-r, Mr; O.-telier, a-jj'c a.ksd; Novem. ber, S7', N-i. S red cash aor. Csirn Cath 4c. Oat No. 2 anile cash; bid; 2fe 2, 2oli:; fwptember, 'JSic R. CRAMPTON & COMPANY. We do PLUMBING of all kinds, including Sewer Work- Call and see us, WILLARD Rock Island, BAKER & CO.'S Opposite Harper House. Illinois. THE "TIVOLI," M. MAGRUM, Proprietor, Second Avenue, - - Opp. Harper House. VThe -'Tivom" m lately in on .r:infr.rnu-il Into a Valued cqnalinfc In every nnpect the fines HHlooiiiin Cturiiiro hihI iiirpasrhifjr anyltihij; in tin tbreecities A number of Pan operated by nisichiitcry for fc.-epititf I he nirrtH)) i- one of the ltadinp features of the place. The Liquid Kt'frtthmeiitp ilispenstMi at thi: est;ihli(liinent ic in keeping with itt grand improve ment An elegant In urn nerved, every mniimr. All kinds of Sandwiches jun-7 dCm served on short notice. J. W. WIRTEL, rrop'tr. DEATH IN THE EPIDEMIC NEW i:Kkii ooo oooc: I. K II O I" O u 1; ii i i! i; i; I; o o ! I:l;lil; o o tl U K O O 11 K II III! K M 11 OOO ( V.V.KK KRKR .- Y K R R V V K H K Y Y K R R Y V KB KRRU YV V. K R Y K R R Y II K R R Y (MK'U KK.Kft URT. SSSS TTTVr S 8 T KSSS s e R a SSSS KK RRRK KKKK O O R R K. l OR R E II OK K R O RRRK KK O OK R K O O K II V. OK K K OOO U K K.KEB. Clioii H. Brands of Minnesoui ami Winter Wheat Flour, liir nii.l l'r :ini.TV l!iitM-r, Ontl.on Mops, Minn., Potatoes, 'YVgutaliles, &c at Several Forms at Work In Different por tions of the World. Rome, Sept L Cholera has made its appearance in 1 onzoue, near Acqui, in the province of Alessandria. .Eleven persons have beon attacked and four have died. The contagion was conveyed by a famiiy from Marseilles. Madrid, Sept. L There were S.8S3 nest cases of cholera and 1,243 deaths from the disease reported throughout Spain Sunday. Cor C. J. LONG'S, Nineteenth Street and Second Avenue, Is p-fiarril to do all kinds of work in I'luiii and Decorative Taper Hanging and Kalsomining. A complete stock of mi-.-, Curtain Fixtures, Cornice Poles and Room Mouldings. V;M ! Mixed Paints always on hand. dill line nf Art HikhIh snd Artists' Materials Lessons riven in Painting and French l.i"i.i"i.l. ij Work. Kiiiliroiil. ry Silks, funis ami Fancy (jissls whicli are solJ at close liriln s: call and test prices of work. im:i Second Avenue. ROCK ISLAND, ILL. JACOB OHLWEILER, Jr., RETAIL IIKAIKR IN Wines, Liquors, Beer and Cigars, No. 300 Twentieth Street. I.iim li evi-ry.mirniiig and every Saturday evenliuj. may 1 illy DiWIS & CO.. PLUMBERS i it,tr. mi rii'i r", usbsaHi- . v jW. -rtj I .-!xrT;l'Hr.l t'-'jai '.it. .. vi vs i mat .r-1 ! ll5t's Block, l0'', 111. Ttlcliie;-,3. Steam Fitters. A complete stock of Pipe, Braas Gooda, Packing, Hose, Fire Brick, Etc. Sole agent for Water Motors for Sewing Ma chines, Etc., ,-'3 irjte y- ' CI?N Dcane bteam i'umps, Novelty Force Pumps, Safety Heating Boilers, and Con tractors for furnishing and Lay ing Water, Gas and Sewer Pipe. 1712 Fikst Ave., Rock Island, Illinois. Telephone 18. Residence Telephone HOT. Mysterious Scourge In Virginia. Wheeling, W. Va., Hept. 1. A panic prevails iu that part of Clay county lyiiif along Hycamore creek, arising from tin frightful ravages of a strange and fatal ili a-blob has broken out among the in habitants, the symptoms of which suggest the terrible disease that last year ravaged a number of counties in the extreme south western part of the state. So far about fifty persons have been attacked, of whom a score have died. Ins local physicians teem powerles-i to afford relief. The Canadian Epidemic. Montreal, Hept 1. A report has been reoeived here tnat small -pox has broken out I at Beiveil, alicut thirty miles from Mon treal, a place visited by many Montreal families during the summer mouths, and that there are two cases at the Iroquois house, a fashionable resort about two miles from the villuj;e. A number of ne w case- are reported here. The Scientists at Ann Arbor. Ann ARBOn, Mich., Hept L In the gen sral session of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the committee I on the bet methods of science-teaching in public schools, reported that this sub ject was being largely considered tbronghott the country. The tend ency has been to use too advanced a course. The committee on deaths, births, and mar riages reported its object as urging the government to take action toward making some uniform methods of registering births, ieatbs, and marriages, Statistics in regard to the matter were advised. The cotn- jnittee to confer with foreign associa tions with reference to an international sci entific congress reported. The matter 1 not yet settled, but there is no doubt that snch a congress will bs held within two of three yetrs. Mrs. Elisabeth Thompson, of Btamfor.l, Conn., has endowed this oon- gross by a donation of S&.D00 for the bene fit of science. The Klephant does Round. Fhiladklphia, Bept L About 2 o'clock Monday morning a large elephant in ons ol O'Brien's circus tents, on Houth Broad street, broke loo e, and, (lulling down part of the tent, rushed -around the enclosure vikliy. Great excitement ensued, being in creased by the cries of the other animals, and the employes ran out calling for the po lice. The latter declined to assist in the re capture, and eventually a force of workmen secured the fractious beast John Knn ber ime, a resident of Altoona, was picked up by the elephant and hurled a long dis tance, reoeivmz serious iniariea. u a taken to the Pennsylvania hospital. Lack of Honor Amone Thieves Bringt Them to Grief. Helena, M. T., Sopt I. Saturday th Marysvills coach was stopped by two high waymen about eight miles out of Helena, and the tiea-ure-box, containing about $1,- UOO in bullion from the Drumlummon mine. taken. The pas-engers were relieved of their valuablea One of the robbers had given the plot away to officers, and when the treasure-box was being broken open the sheriff and a pease captured the robbers and recovered the booty. Pass engers were made to stand in line at the mutzlsif gun held by one of the highway men wnue the other went through them in the old-fashioned manner. The prisoners are named Jackson and Gordon. Gordon will be released and get the reward of $ iOU. Jackson served ten year- in the California penitentiary for stage-robbing. He claimed that Gordon hai worked the namj scheme before, giving nay plots for robbery and getting rewnr.lr. INsprate Iterant He Lost il-.OOft. Cleveland. O., Mapt. 1. A. 1. Roberts. of 1'enna, while on a "bej Line" train Mon day between Dayton and Hprini;fceid, dis covered that be had been robbed of iJ.000. The train was running verv slowly and llo berts jumped off aud running forward, twice attempted to throw hun-elf under the loco motive. He was vreveated from doing sc by a brakeman. He was errested and ii now iu jail at Davlou. lie i. 21 years old and says that he lives in Pennsylvania, Death ef a I'loneer Presbyterian. Chicauo, Si-pt 1. One of the oldest minist-rs, ii n t, indeed, the oldest minister. in the fresbvWian church of the United States died Friday in this cite, de itli claim lng as his tha U-v. William HrotMlon, who passed from the seen of his earthly labor, aged DO years. He was b.-ru in fhiladel phia. and graduated at Union college, th father of Bi .hop M.-Laren, of the Episcopal diocese, being a mamtr of the same class. Made a Kn i;ht of the Bat h. Dublin, Stpt 1. Insiss -tor General Bruce, of the Irish constabulary, has re tired from that ofiice, aud Mr. Andrew Reed, his former assistant has been as signed to succeed hiuL A a mark of esteeir for the vuluable services rendered by In spector liruce, the queen bas conferred on aim the order of Knight Commander of tb Bath. ROCK ISLAND TRUNK FACTORY No. 1S09 Second Avenue. Manufacturers of all kinds of runks. Traveling Bags, Sample Cases. tIF REPAIRING DONE.1 CHICAGO. Article. Opt-ninc. Closing r '1- V'ni:iiM Sel. W 7!l Oct. SI' SI J.OV. .... sr.1, fOKN AllL'llsl Sept. 4H4 Ort. i4 - 4-2 , 'ov. a:n Oats Aliens! Sept -it', 144 Oct. i'4S4 -.'4 ?ov. .... .... l'oi:K Ailfrn-I .... S 87l4 Sepl. S 87 S S7 Oct.. S 7T S S2 Nov. 8 ra 8 87 an August Sept. 7 ir ir Oi l. ti 91 ti i Nov. 6 IS KlBv-Ainritrt .... . Sept .... Oct. 5 Sfl 5 0 Nov 5 HO Hni;--1!,nKI; lnrlil,4 00i4 4T; mixed, 3 Rt).i4 05 h av . 4 id 4 4Ii HIVK ISLAND. ati. Mr l ay Tnnoth - (l lav wild fT.Hii. Kye 4 V. f oni- -45c. Potatoes 40c . Onions 9llr. W-Sort ll :hid (fit 9). Loid sooii fl.HU. s raw U U0 HALF-CENT A WORD. The A rWMm hereaHer wi'l publish In thif rol nnin nil & tvertitx meiitH of LwU FoiiihI. Kor Rent, For Sale. Bo'itl or Hooum, WHiiU tt. ami nimiUr nuticcH. at the low rate of one half it ctnt a word. vach fltrure a word, but u. adviTtiru uitnt lt.-is tliah ten ccuih WANTED A Hmall tirl to tnki care of drt-n; enquire at TU4 Twelfth street. 5 W ANTRD A nirl to do pneral house work, anply at 7t Twenty-ttrnt street. 18 POK IfKNT Honie with four rooms. ehenp rent; aluo fttruiribed rMui, 318 Fiftecnih ot. 1 tf FoK RKNT-A fnn.is.hed riMim No. till Third avenue, puitahle for two juuog men or a yotin inarnea roMe, v sg-owsjo-iioiajfMy milsm.HBlTi. . ljr- B! S I PARK & ELLIS, Now is the time to secure bargains. "We have marked our Summer Goods down lo cost in order to clear ourselves before Fall Gooda come in. PARK. & ELLIS. fiTVomo snd see us. 1 704 Second Avenue. IF. S. SOUTHARDi - Manufacturer ami Dealer in- UPHOLSTERED FURNITURE, MATRASSES AND PICTURE FRAMES. Also Denier in Mirrors, Cornish Poles, Curtain Fixtures, Mouldings, Etc., KTPricts lower limn the lowest. Treniau's Block, opp. Commercial Hotel. THE "VERANDA.' FRED AFPELQUiST, - Proprietor. Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars, Rock Island 111. KAHTSIDK OF MAKKET SQUAIIK, c ls-dli HENRY STRUVE'S SAMPLE ROOM, In the nsmi formerly ix-cuineil as s T , - rl',..,..4-:l, C- . foi.ieclionery by Frank Math. '''.i'D YVvlILICLll OLICCl. l-stTlio besl of llcer, Wini-s, Litinirs and f isrs rniislsntly on band. spl-'Jt)-4l:r Advancing spring warns us to be pre pared for warmer weather. Strengthen the system, purify the blood, by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla. E. W. Hurst represents the leading I American and Foreign Insurance Co's Policies carefully written at current rates. Agency established 1874. Office over I Bock Island National Bank. MOST PERFECT MADE Potest and strongest Kstaral Fruit Flavors. Prepared by a physician witi spatial regard to fcealth. Ft'KSAl.K A irood family horM.. (ihseton soil harni-Mt, bir sale cheap ; aildress '!S," this office. 22 l KOKSAl.K Sixty lots in my aililitions to .lie it v of KiK-k Isianil on four vearlv uaviuents. is il.li Internet at six ier cent pur ann inn. -O-m U I1AVENPOBT FIFTEENTH ANNUAL FAIR DISTRICT Society Agricultural Scott, Clinton and Musca tine Counties, MT. JOY, Sept. 8, 9. 10 and 11, 1885. $2,500 in Premiums, Open to Exhibitors living in the District. New Track; Knlarired Floral Hall; New Am phitheatre, capacity 1.6ml people. The C. M. A. St. e. H. K. will run extra trains at reduced rales. (fT Admission 2s cents; bingle horse and driv er, BO cenis; liouble team sua driver. 75 ceute: Children from 6 to It, IU cents ; Amphitheatre, ID cents. JOHNSON MAWi President. For information apply to ' P . W. McMAS LS, gec'y. tug. K-td TAYLOR HOUSE Cor. Fourth Avenue and Sixteenth street, niiu.i..THBNREN.w . ROCK ISLAND. fjrlrThti' llnin-e hs Iteen thonni!hly renovate d and re-fiinitfhed thronchont and Is no open to the public, iiosnlersal reasonable rates, s'ariuers a ill find this Hotel anice stopping place. an ilidsiu This space ia reserve! for -JOHN T. NOFTSKER'S Acom Advertisement. augiiSdtl V.