VOLUME XXXII! NO 263
HOCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBEK 0, 1SS5.
ESTABLISHED OUT. IS. 1851
Now is the Time to Secure Bargains.
THE LAST CHANCK,
All Summer Goods are being slaughtered at
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Iden Eagle Clothing Store
Block, Rock Island, Itliuois.
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THE WHEELS MOVING.
PRESIDENT CLEVELAND BUSILY EN
GAGED IN CLEARING UP HIS WORK.
Getting Ready for th Annnul Mmragt-
11 la Silver Policy Coinage of the
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A larger and finer stock than ever.
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Brands of Minnesota and Winter Wheat Flour,
i'l ( rr iiiHTv P.uti'T, (!oliin Mdis, Minu.. I.tto. Vrg.'Ull-, &c,
Cor. Nineteenth SUeet and Second Avenue.
THOS. F CARY,
If p-vpareil lo ill' ul! kiml l wurk in
I'lain and Decorative Paper Hanging and Kalsoniining.
A ecinili'lf utork of
U '.ill !',, i. Curliiin Fixlim-s. Cornii-c Polra I!""1' Miiul.liufs. Mixrd
Piiints alwajs on linnd.
full lii,-..f Art ii.mW.aml Artistn1 M.iti.riiil- l-i-wonn fiv-ii .in l'iiinlii.2 "! f'r.'TKh
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liOC'K ISLAND. ILL.
; mil mill t.'fi iinif" l work.
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JACOB OHLWEILER, Jr.,
IIKTAIL IIHALKr. IN
Wines, Liquors, Beer and Cigars,
l.imi-lt every mnmii.U an
id every Kiituriluy evening.
'Mi) Twentieth Street.
may 7 ilr
A Sjiortite Mf in Ohio Wn'aks Deiitii
unit I ntiild l)aiiiii!ri to Projicrt y.
"100 Doses One Dollar" is true only of
Hood's Sarsnimrillii, anil it is an unan
swerable argument as to Htreogth and
Washinuton Citt, Sept. 9. Within two
hours from the time the president reached
the executive mansion, he was at his desk
in the library, Uisily engaged clearing up
current work, which had accumulated dur
ing his four weeks' absence.
Although notion,: is pandingof imme
diate national importance, the fact that the
president has returned safe and well and is
again domiciled at the White House seems
to enliven everything and everybody at the
capital The return of riecrotary Maiming
helps to till the abhorrent vacuum of the
pat month, and so goon as his associates of
the cabinet shall reappear at their posts of
duty the wheels of government will move
on at an accelerated pace and the adminis
tration be fully panopliod for the ensuing
congressional campaign. In addition to
various matters laid aside by the president
for determination aftor his return, there
are many important appointments await
ing bis approval, and in a few days, at
furthest, the pilgrimage of oflice-seekers
from all sections will be vigorously re
newed. Senators and congressmen will re
npjiear at short ln.tice, au i the battle for
the spoils, temMirarily suspended during
the dog days, be resumed. While there are
no new diivelopments coiicttming the Chi
cago internal revenue coil.ictorship it may
be safely assumed that the .resident will
settle this vexed question and get rid of it
within a few days. There are but lifteen
interunl revenue colloctorships yet to lie dis
posed of, some of which, however, are mak
ing as much trouble as that of Chicago.
The preparation of th4 annual message to
congress will occupy a great dual of the
president's attention from this time forward.
Only two questions of policy are underst.vsl
to have been determined thus far. First.,
there will tie n 5.'nrt.lier extent ion of the pro
visions of the civil service law. Next, the
nature of the legislation desired on
silver. The president's attitude in regard
to the silver question was detined in biv
fam.'iis letter t. the silver men in congress
last winter, but it is known that, a bill i-.
now l.ein prepare 1 iu the treasury depart
ment uu.lnr the direction of Secretary Man
ning and Treasurer Jordan which contem
plates a compronii-e on tiie basis of a plan
suggested by Controller Cannon in his last
report, and afterwar I proposed by Con
gressman Warner, of Ohio. The coinage
of the standard dollar rs to be stopped
and the consent of tfce silver men is to
be won to the proposition by a continuation
of the purchase oi bullion. Certiiloates are
to be issue.! representing the market value
of bullion at the time of its purchase, an.i
these certificates are to I redeemable at the
quotation reignm; at the date of presenta
tion. In other words, silver Will lie use.) as
part of the circulation at its true value, and
not, as at present, in coins worth Si cents,
which pass for a dollar.
During the latter juxrt of this month ond
of the m.iit desirable vacancies in the army
will be created by the retirement of In pec
tor General Nelson Davis, The consequent
promotions will leave an assistant general
inspectorship, with the rank of major, to be
filed from the captains of the line. There
are over forty applicants for the appoint
ment, all of whom are brlngiug strong in
fluence to bear on the appointing power.
Capt. Henry J. Farnnworth, Eighth cavalry,
a son of Adjutant Ueueral Farnsworth, of
New York, one of the candidates, is re
garded as most likely to secure the promo
tion. Indian Commissioner Atkins returned to
the city Tuesday from New York City,
where he has tieen inflecting the goods that
the bidders in the new contracts for Indian
supplies have inini-hei. In several cases
where the g.s.ds were n..t up to the sainjiles
they were returned.
Postmaster General Vilas telegraphs th
pn-tortue department that he will return Ui
tVastiiiigt.il next Tue-.lay. ISecretar Lamar
h is returned to the city; also General Land
Miss Mary Glassburn has been appointe.l
p. ist master at. Tampono, hiteside county,
vies W. 11. Hichurdson; Jesse M. tiuv, at
Aiumigt'iu, Taiselwell icouiity, vice J. L.
Dayton, Ohio, Sept. 9. Special. A
terribly destructive wind atorm raged in
the vicinity of Washington, forty
eight miles southeast of here last
night Six or eight brick buildings
and the court bouse was blown down,
and numerous houses unroofed. The
extent of the damage will aggregnte a
million dollars. Eight people were killed
and four hundred injured. Great excite
The Strikers Recognized.
CiucAuo, Sept.. 9. Special -The
striking switchmen on the Fort Wayne
railway have returned to work, the com
pany having acceded to their demands.
Article. OiienhtK. Closing
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A Kind Doc's Horrible Work.
Anna, Ills., Sept. H A tine bull. log,
belonging to John U. Tygett, a wealthy
farmer and stock raiser, living near here,
went mad last week, and run snapping and
biting among a party of little girls who
were playing on the lawn. Three of Mr.
Tvgert's own little girls were bitten. The
animal then made bis way into an adjacent
Held, whore he bit twenty head of fine th..r
uughbred cattle, finally es.'aping into the
timber. A posse of men hunted him down,
and after a chase shot him dead, but not
uufil after a hard fights A numlierof cattle
died in great agony of hydrophobia, aud it
is probable that all that ware bitten will
succumb Tygett sent up to Anoa for a
niadstoue. Thus far the children have not
TriE MW: IM B3iE.F.
Jagu. iii.i.-g.in.rs if., :,,l;,v re-uite
H.lelphi.1 A v, '.. r. 1; IV. tl,
Saiisa.e p.i ( ...,r . r o.i M .
Dover, N. II. 1.1,1.. 1,. .,... e i,i tv
are in a critical ,s.n h;-r.
A Cairo dip:.tc!i si..;,.s that On. -m
Digna was shot l.y uu Ara.i w'lilo rving
c.wice four sheisl.s lo aun k Kitssaui.
J. M. Ivy ,V C... ..; Rs-li Hill, N tt
lail.sl ilonday f.,r ..loin, $;,rl,UiNl, Now
York cotton l.iok.r. Uung tbo li.nv.r-t
J.re Dunn, ,h' Clii.'igo notoriety, tele
f raplis from P-ostou that he feels assured
the Kyau-fciullivuii lignl will surely take
Half a bl. ck of bud lings at Port Town
send, IV T., wenmeslroyed by an incendi
ary lire Monday morning, ciu.iiiga loss of
Archbishop Wal h was installed iu office
Mon.lay iu tiie Dublin I'alhedr.il, t'lecre
moiiy Isong witiiessixi by a vast couceiirse
l'rincH Nripoleoii iu October w II start on
s tour ol tue world. He will spend three
weeks in America, an.i then vi:,it China,
India, Persia, and Kussia.
Ed war 1 A. Rollins, president of the Cen
tennial Dank of 1'liil.tdelphia, and ex-com-mivsioner
ol iiilArnal revenue, dieif Monday
morning at Hanover, N. li
Hanlan easily wou the IsiAt race at
Sheepshead bay M011 lay, Win defeating
Ross ten lengtus f..r second pta.. Haitian
gottlKi, Uie HW. Mid Ross ,.
The nsus of Wi-consin jtit completed,
shows a UiU-il of Kl. the gain over lsjsJ
reaching 4s,4il. 'inere are 1?. 7S1 surviv
ing Ltiioii so!.ier and sailors of the late
Mrs. Wa.kup. charged with poisoning her
hu band, waived a preliminary trial at
iOmp-rio, Kan., Monday, and the case will
be trust at tne U.-b bur terra of the district
Hugh Mctlenry and Howarl Pierce, liv
ing on a farm near Topeka, Kan., were ar
rested Monday for participating in the train
robbery at Iliue Springs, Ma, last Ttiurs
There is now in jail in C.iicago a man
named Leonard Roach, who claims that he
is well acquainted with Maxwell the alleged
murderer 01 Preller, and that he can give
some imp. rtant evidence.
Vice Chaucellor George W. Clinton, son
of IteWitt Clinton, died suddenly in a ceme
tery near Albany Monday, lie was 78
years old. and a man of marked literary
and scientific attainments.
Ou Sunday night a mob assailed the Pike
county jail at Murfreesboro, Tenn., with
the purpnsa of lynching the Polk boys. Not
being able to effect an entrance, the mob
piled cord-w.Md saturated with kerosene
aUmt the iron cell and toasted the prisoners
In Washington base ball circles it is re
ports! that Messr-s Xjialding and Lucas, of
1 he Chicago ami SL Ix.uis clubs, are perfect
ing a scheme f. r stronger clubs in the
Leugue next season, and that the places of
Providence, Kuiialo and Detroit in the
League will be taken by W ashington, Cm
ciinmti and I'iltsbiiig. Au American As
sociation clu;i, tt is stated, will also be
formed in Chicago.
l ,iy Timothy $.-'.50
lav Wild Si.0.1
Snri 11 : Imni fS Fin.
Olil H.K..1 f I IHi.
n v ir. Hi
A complete steck of
PJjKi, Brass Goods, Packing,
Hose, Fire Brick, Etc.
Sole agent? for
Water Motors for Sewing Ma
eane steam runiub,
Novelty Force Pumps,
Safety lleating Boilers, and Con-
, 3t tractors ior uu momu "v
Wotiir On sand Sewer Piue.
-i lUg ol "
1712 F1K8T Ave.,
Rock Island, Illinois.
Telephone 1H8. Kesidence Telephone 1007.
A ftegro Swindler Arretted.
Wasiiisoton. Tex., Kept . Washing
ton riledge, a colored school teacher froin
Robertson w unty, was arrested Monday for
swindling. The gravamen of the charge
consists 111 ottering for nale printed copiw; of
a letter purporting to have tieen written by
Jesus Christ, and found hidden beueath a
stone near where the cross stood on Mount
Calvary. Wedge would represent that a
copy of tiiis letter hung up in a house would
have the elfect of preventing disease aud
pestilence of all Kinds, and would also ward
off lightning and auy impending danger.
He had found a ready sale for these letters
among the negro population, mauy of whom
prof ess to have faith iu the eiifcineness of
Hnceesslal Naval Cadets.
Annapolis, Md., Sept 9. At the examin
ation for naval cadefsliips the following can
didates were successful: Sidney T. Johnson,
Texas; Charles U. Long, Massachusetts;
Julius Prochazha, Wisconsin; Adoljih
Hi'lutft'er, Illinois; George W. Danforth,
Missouri; William W. Rajmond, Massa
chusetts George W. Kirk, Virginia; Mar
cus Stokes, South Carolina; Lucien Howard,
Wisconsin; E. B. Fife, District of Columbia;
and Elias Vanderhornt, South Carolina.
Killed by a Train.
LkXINuThN, Ky., Sept . Abeut 9:30
o'clock, Monday lnghL. a tram from this
city over tne Chesapeake &. Otn.i road ran
into a hiigjjy containing Dr. J. & Roberts
and wife, an aged coiqUe, at the crossing of
the Russell cave pike, demolishing the ve
hicle, and throwing its occupants adislauos
of twenty lent, instantly kilnnx thvu both.
The doctor and his wile are widety ku a,
and were in influential circuinslaucos.
The cheapest place in the
three cities to have your boots
and shoes repaired or made is
at the Central Shoe Store.
H. P. Hubbard In Difficulty.
St. Joseph, Hu, Sept 9 Harlam P.
Hubbard, advertising agent 'if New Haven,
Conn., arrived bare Mondar and surren
dered to the sheriff. H had been Indicted
by the Buchanan county grand jury for
perjury. He was admitted to bait in $5,000
which be furnished himself.
Pour Showing of British Trade.
I.OXWIN, Sopt 9. The returns issued by
the .--i.rd of trade show that the imports
u.i in ; the mouth of August decreased ttSO,
1 ,. u.id r.lerliug, as compared with those
.i t Inst ymir. and tnat the exports
! 1 Slu.iiiKI pounds sterling, as com
,r ; , oi. tin correspouUng monta in 18144
E. W. Hurst represents the leadins
American and Foreign Insurance Co's
Policies carefully written at current rates,
Agency established 1874. Office over
Bock Island National Bank,
MOST PERFECT MADE
Prepared by t physician with special regard
to health. No Ammonia, Lime or Alum.
IJALF-CENT A W01SO.
Tat 4 noire hereafter wi'l irablinh lit this col
unmitli a 'Vertist-menu of Lout, Kouod, Pur Rtnt,
For Sale, Bo-txtl or Kotiu, WanWd. mid simitar
not i ((. at the Urn rate of one-half a ceU a word.
oacb tisnire a word, but uo aUverliwrment leap
WANTED-Two tailors, at once, at 8. A, Mar
pctmti 0, Iso. 1W l wenUcm street. 4
aupty at Vl 1
-Airirltodo general house work,
wepty-flrat Btrwt. 18
FOR KKNT A Dleaant faniirihed roora. Fiivt
avenue, tcood door wect of .Eleventh HtreeU 5-1 w
tfOK fiKNT A furnished room for one or tw
gentlemen; enquire at thic ontce. -ttt
FlR RENT Hone with fonr room. cheat
rent; alto furnished room, 318 Fifteenth rt. 1-if
FOR 8ALK old papew for f ale in any qua-uty
at tnia omce, cueap.
FOKSALK Sixty lot in my addition o he
ityof Kock Island on four yearly payment, wiui
Interest atsii percent perannura,
Is becoming universal as to how such an im
mense sale could be created in Lowell for
IIooii's Saksapakii.i.a. Tut, my friend, if
you could stand behind our counter a week
and hear what tls.so say who are using it.
the reason would appear as clear as the
noon-day sun. The real curative power of
Hood's Saiisapakilla demonstrates it-self
In every case where our directions arc faith
fully regarded. We would that wo might
get before the people a fractional part of the
confidence that is expressed to us every day
iu this medicine by those who have carefully
noted (without prejudice) its eflects uin tho
blood and through that upon the whole sys
tem, stimulating all the functions of tho
body lo iierform the duties nature requires
of Us-in. Try a boulc aud satisfy yourself..
Cold Hands and Feet.
Lowkix, Feb. 3, 1P79.
Mf.ssus. C. I. Ttoon Co.: Gentlemen
ANiiitone year ago mvdaughtcr commenced
taking vour Sarsapai ilia. At that time sho
had very little amx-titc; could take no lone
walks, and bur face was badly broken out
with a humor. She v as low-spirited; troubled
with cold hands and feet; her bhiod seemed
to be ioor, and she was In a condition which
caused us great anxiety. After Liking ono
bottle of your Sarsaiiarllla she began to im
prove; and she now lias a pood appetite and
can take much longer walks. Her humor is
nothing compared with w hat it was one year
ago. Mic is in better spirits, is not troubled
with cold hands and feet as previously. And
1 attribute this improvement in her condi
tion largely to your Sarsaparilla. She has
taken six bottles, and intends to continue its
use. 1 was inclined to oppose the trial of it
at first. I now have great faith in it as a
bUsMi purifier. cry truly yours.
A. I.. IllNt KLEY,
No. Xi Broadway, Lowell, Mass.
Sold bv all driurcists. Trice i: or six for
J.v lYeii.ired bv v. 1. liuou & CO., Apoth
ecaries, LowcH, Mass.
Providing for the Levy, Assessment and
of Taxes for the Fiscal
Ht it Orthtineil by the City Cmncil of the City
SifrTioN 1. Thnt thfre shuli in levied, afpfsed
and eoht ctrd uimuthi iMTsittiiil and real proiMTtv
Hitliin (he .-oriMraif limit? of the City of Kock
stand, th sanit in nr may he returned nv rue
AsetKir of n.titl fity. ftr the year one Thousand
K'liht Hundred and Eihty-tlve (lSHr) to-wit:
1. fnlerest on l'nhi eht S.l'-ir 00
Sink mi; Fund S.tHtO (
S. Putthe Library 3.1MHIU
4. Mreet hL'ht S.um W
5. VtMiee lK iiatiiiit iil 3,lt-0 U)
Kire l.wui (tt)
Sjilrtry " iHt
liritlie . HAM) 4)
tt. Mret i and Atley ht pertinent 5.NKI ik
10. naicinorks " O.rVttt hi
Sewer 7'NI IK)
I rint.ttL 500 (M
otitce, lient. i:tt-., :mi tfcO
lUi.lt Ii l l.NttHUt
( iilillhUent " 00
Mhiua lata! airizmrMe sum pi he levied,
it otnd eollicted of Sixly-one Thousand ijMil.OOO)
Sko. 2. The City t lerk rhull tlte a certified
i-ojiv of tliis iiiiinan e with the eounty clerk of
tic futility of lok llHln ft ml ptate of HIiiioim,
im or before the Mth dav of September. A. D.
Srrt. -mi that (he tax m:i te by hint extended on
e 4 olieepr' kwk for wild vear agreeable to
sl-itnte in oiirh riM'i' mdeatid pro ided.
Fa-sea SeptentlM-r 7(h, IXhTi.
THOMAS MI KDOOK,
Robert KtKHLKH, t'itv Clerk.
R. CRAMPTON & COMPANY.
We do PLUMBING of all
kinds, including Sewer Work.
Call and see us.
Making mi appropriation for the Emers
gency Fund. j
11' if Onioned ly tkt City (ViW of the City of
KwTiOri 1. That the iiiri of Thirtv-one Him-
Ireo Dollar?- ih and he haute ih hereby amironria
atedutilie Kuier'jencv fund of a id city; hrtid
nierueney havim; arisen mnee Ihe uafaire f the
annual appropriation bill for the ye:ir HH', by
reason oi in nnue owneu ny aui nty across
umt ur m h of lioek Kiver twtweeu Luwer efli
Island and Hi:: Inland, know u m "Hridjie Nit. H"
Iteejtminj. iinsaftt and dinLertn to travel (n pro
vided for under the (iem ral liteorpitrailun ,uw of
ttateor tlhnoiK, Aroele U. .e-:tion mi.)
Sh:e, 2. That the univur and dnance committee
be aini are hi rebv inso-ueted to ttorrow niton tbr
eretlit vf the citv of hock Jrt and, faid ciiin of
rtiirtv-nue Hiittttictl Oolla for a fpaee of time
md exceed in r the eloe of the tlfeal vear next
owitis; tlte present year, which iutn ami the in
trt'M tliere-in -hull Ih-- added to the amount an
thorized to le raise! m itie next euerril tux levy
ami emomt t it tiierem.
i'asxed September Tth, 1H8.'.
TiioM AS ML'lilHH'K.
UoKiau Koichi.f.r. City Clerk.
BAKER & CO.'S
Opposite Harper House.
MRS G. SWAN'S
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Second Aucnue, Rook Island, Opens ScpC 7.
Terms: Twenty Lessous, in advance Instrumental $12.
Vocal $1'2. ITarnionv 1.
Graduates Students of Music.
;;"Mrs. Swan is also dealer in the famous Bauer Piano.
M. MAGRUM, Proprietor,
Second Avenue, - - Opp. Harper House.
ggfTtie 'Tivou" ha? lately been transf- rmed into n Palace eqnalini; in every nBpeet the Cne
Milonnoin Chicago and Mirpassin anything in the three c tier A nutnber of Fain o'mted by
machinery for keeping the aireool ik one or the leading feattiren of the place. The Liquid
kefrefhinentf disM-iirefl at thie eHtublishntent if iu k(epin with ii e raud improve
ment. An elegant lunch nerved every morhintr. All kinlK of Saudwichei
jun-7 dfim ferved on short uotice.
ROCK ISLAND TRUNK FACTORY
J. W. WIRTEL, Prop'tr. No. 1809 Second Avenue.
Manufacturers of all kinds of
PAEK & ELLIS,
is the time to secure liargains. We
WCome and in'e iih.
have marked our Summer Goods clown
to f-t in order to clear ourselves
before Fall Goods come in.
PARK & ELLIS. ,
1 704 Second Avenue.
FIFTEENTH ANNUAL FAIR
Scott, Clinton and Musca
Sept. 8, 9. 10 and 11, 1885.
$2,500 in Premiums,
Open to Exhibitors living in the District.
NewTrMk: Ki.larwd Floral Hill: New Am
phithratre. rainckr 1.5ml peile. The e. M. A St.
P R E. will run extra trail at reduced rmlee.
l-'AdraiKsion 2& centu; Single boree and driv
er, 50 cents; Double team and driver. 75 ceutu:
t'bildreo from (i lo It, iucent; Ampliitheatre, 10
JOHKSOS MAW, President.
For informalion apply to
P. W. McKAliUi, Sec' jr. ug.S5-td
Manufacturer aud Dealer iu
MATRASSES AND PICTURE FRAMES.
Also Dealer in Mirrnri), Cornish Poles, Curtuin Fixtures, Mouldings, Etc.,
?rl'ricts lower tlviu tin- lowest. Tn uinir.s IUni k, opp. Commercial Hotel.
TAYLOR I IOTJSR.
Cor. Foiiith Avenue and Sixteenth street,
iU,pmuESr - ROCK ISLAND.
rThi Iliiiifo hai been thnronehlv r. imv.it- d and re-fnniilied Ihniiii'liiiiit and ! irni ni.,-n m tl
public, Uoardem at reaMiuatfi; rate, r'uroiert. will Hud liiia Motel attire !tiiiipnie place. au lfidiu
This space is reserve l'for
-JOHN T. NOFrSKER'S
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