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NO 281 KOCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 24, 1SS5. ESTABLISHED OCT. 18, 1851 The fOLUME XXXIII UNDERSELL the all Meaning Word in the Commercial World Ready Cash and Large Quantities enables the GOLDEN EAGLE rtVO I. C 0 1. C 01. II c OOO TTTTTH O O T H O O O O O l.l.l.L OOO T T T T T T T HI1NN t) CUB SSRS TTTTT OOO HRKR If KKR HIIJiN NO O S H T ( OR IH M HUN N Mi S T O OR RR H HUN N SO S' TOOR RR HKHI1IIN N NO 8SSS T O O RRRR K.K HUI1NNNOGU 8TOOR RR H H II N N N i O 8 T O OR R R H HIINNNO O S 8TOOR RR H HUN MN ( 8SS T OOO K KKKKK CROOKED SURVEYS. THE GOVERNMENT WRONGED TRIG ONOMETRICALLY. A Schema to Gt Hold or fat Takes ol Public Domain Uormin H. Eaton Resigns Hln Place Hoosier Lack. -TO BUT AND SELL- Cheaper than any Competing House. Our Mammoth Store is literally packed with the Latest Styles f New Fall Goods, consisting of Men's, Boy's and Childrens thiiur lats. Uans ana tfurnisnintrs, ana n our l.ow x 'kicks 11 at'conntlish our object, we shall succeed. v nile otner Mer- i , , ST 1 3 . 3 -1 .. 1 -. liints ct'iierauv mars new uoous up anureuuiti mem "my nen J t . -ii c vr, v..u lie flHl OI lllc seusun, wr nave mamcu an ui iui :.u .it the lowest rock-bottom inices from which New Fall there will rer be anv deviation or reduction. r.rTI.F.MEN We call vour attention to our Merchant Tailoring Department. P always carry the Largest Assortment, ann rre making uuiuiuk "" i"-1 ntchi-Hi r tlian other Tailors chaftge. Ladies and Gentlemen are welc ok nvi r our new stock, whether you purchase or not, we shall receive yn lurii'sy. The Golden Eagle Clothing Store Post Office Block, Rock Island, Illinois. A. LOEB, Mang'r. REPRESENTING CASH. A COUPLE OF HUNDRED BANKERS HOLDING GRAVE CONFERENCE. Opening of the Banker's Convention at Chicago President Gate oo the Uses of Credit A Word or TwojBal About Silrer. Have uned Tongaliue in a case of neu ralgia of 85 years standing. For the last few years the patient nas oeen unnt ror work nearly all the time. Has not been free from pain tor many years. Was suffering extreme pain when he began taking Tongaline. He has not had a sev ere attack since beginning its use eight days since. This is remarkable, from the fact that he has worked m the sun, which he has not been able to do for twenty years. It is a splendid nerve tonic. 11. F. .Nelson, si. v., Asniana, unto. Warhinotoh City, SeptX 24. Bonanzi Uackey and a Sail Francisco attorney whom he brought on with him hare been here gome time trying to get the land office to pay the Bunk of Nevada a quarter mill ion for money advanced on surveying contracts. Ssveral other California banks havs similar claims. Congress ha- for years approprited ioO.Oou to f4 W.II01 a year for survey of politic laud-. Thi amount nas been ample; hut a few years ago there was soin- clamor that public lands were not surveyed us last as they were set- ue.L and, osteoMlily in the interest f ettlei-i, a law was pained alio ing settlers to derisit the estimated cost ol a survey witii a United Nlatos depository, whereupon the survey t irmieral was re quired to make the contract fur the survey ing a-ke 1 tor. The so tilers who made tot deposit were to take trtplicaio receipts there- tor one for the treasury, olio for the laid office, and one they kept and this latter tney could use lu entering Lands in tiie surveyed tract A vesrortwolatrtr thislnw was so aioendel trint tue depositor's ro cemt could l u-sd tor l'Htiiig anyunaur veyed public lands. Under Ihib law an aliiiost endless list ot frauds have been com mitted, even when the surveyors general were honest, lu some cases they were not booest, aad in these cas.ss the fraud? ware more vai-kgete 1 aad daring. Worth less mountains have been surveyed, for which useless work the govern ment ultimately paid, an 1 the psople who advance! the money used t:,eir receipts in euterin valuable public lands or sold them at. nearly p.ir. The surveys in many case? were paid for at exorbitant rates, and in many others were so careless end superlicial as to lie absolutely worthless. The deposits, iustead of being tuade by settlers, were made by the hank of Nva la ani other capitalists, .uiil cowboys and hunters figured for tbe occasion as settlers. Mr. Markey has piesded that even if the surveys ou which tbe bank advanced jl'iU,- 000 were not technically authorized th-iy were made iu gomi faith and were g od sur veys and oulit to be paid for. sat tbe bank holds are ansigumeuu from the sur veying contractors, and Commissioner Sparks refuses to pjy the ainouut of the contracts to the bank until the investigation of each contract sati-lies him that it was lawfully mas and honestly executed. J. 13. ZIMMER, nil MM I l:KR RRKK VClXl H H 11 M M h. II K I' U II II Hit V K K K O II H HUM KKR KKRR O HHHH MM M K il ,M M F 11 SI M K K K KKR Rf! H RO CH K IICKU H H II A HA A A A A A A A AAA N N N N N N N N N N !s K TTTTT N T A N AN NN Ml TTTTT T T T T T T A AA A A A A II 1, II I. II 1. II I. OOO RRRR O OR R O OK R o o RRRR A A A II I. A A 1 1 I OR OR AI1I.1.1.1X OOO R Has received his Stock of P ALL A.T) WINTER SUITINGS,!! A1STD OVERCOATINGS, A larger and finer stock than ever. No. 1810 Second Avenue, Liock island. 111. NEW no G IHHt RRRR OOO R It O O R R O O R R O O RRKR O O R R O O H Kll II R R O k K OOO OOCO PKKK RRRR . V f, (! K R R V Y (1 OK R R V Y y, R R Y Y O K.K RRRR YY O K It R Y O ' K K R Y COR K tt V OOI'O KREK ft K Y ssss Tm r S 8 T s s ssss 8 8 8 SSSS OOO RRRR KKKK o OR R R O O R R B O OR R K O O RRRR KR O OR R K O OR KB O O R R F OOO K K FF.KK. Choice Brands of Minnesota aud Winter Wheat Flonr, fino.1 Dniry and Creamery Butter, Cotton Mops, Minn., Potatoes, Vegetables, &c, c. j. lointo's, Cor. Nineteenth Street and Second Avenue. Katons RmlffnatioB Acoepted. WasniNUTDH City, Sspt at The presi dent has accepted Mr. Derman fi. Raten s resignation as s. meailier of the civil servioe comminien, to' take effect Nev. 1. Tbe president con dudes bis letter ot acoaptance by xpressing coufid nee in Mr. Eaton's attach ment to the cause of civil service reform, aud in his ability to render it eflicient aid, and trusts his inter ist in it will continue beyond Nov. I An Iodiantan la l.uck. WASniNiiTOK CiTV, Sept 24. The presi dent has appointed Suvtiisr M.St.ickslager, of Indiana, to be assistant commissioner of the general land ofliee, vice Lutber Harri son, resif ned. The Apology Is Accepted. Berlin, Sept. 24. Prince Bisnjarck has accpud the apology of Spam for the re cent in-ult to the (ierman embassy at Madrid. The lliton. Ills., Murder. Iiixus. Ills., Sept. '-'4. Another link tlie chain of evi lence has been discovered aiain t Mi-se. chained with the murder of TueiL Mnrshai Wo stytt and a gang of men were out at tile sneiie of the unu'der in lio.ie of finding additional evidence, and lule biint l u nr. mil t in the grass a gold ring was f nun L It is an ordinary ring, with an erne; aid cross imbedded in a rai ed seal, in a maimer to be at once recognized. Marshal Weodyatt at once called on Maggie Smith, tiie girl in theca-e, and without showing the ring te her asked her to describe a ring she satd she had loaned to Mmme to wear a few days. She described the ring that had been found, and on being suddenly shewn the ring she said it belonged to her. Maggie Smith was eneaied to M.we. and tuy were to have Been married this week. at THOS. IF- CABY, Fo,ixitor and Grroirior- Is p-epared to do all kinds of work in Plain and Decorative Paper Llanging and Kalsomining. A complete stock of Wall Paper, Curtain Fixtures, Cornice Toles and Room Mouldincs. Mixed Paints always on hand. I- Urn s full line of Art (ioods and Artists' Materials Lessons tiven In Painting and French h"lU"l.-ryWork: Jinit.roi.lery Silks, Cords and Fsnry Hoods which are sola St close . lii'iirus ; call and test prices of work. 1813 Second Avenue, JIOCK ISLAND, ILL. JACOB OHLWEILER, Jr., KKTilL DEALBB IN- Wines, Liquors, Beer and Cigars, No. 309 Twentieth Street. iTfree bunch every morning and every Uaturday evening. mtjTAlr rXvis & CO., PLUMBERS -AND Deere's Block, Moline, 111. Tulephone S. Steam Fitters. A complete Btock of Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing, Hose, Fire Brick, Etc. Hole agents for Water Motors for Sewing Ma chines, Etc., Deane Steam Pumps, Novelty Force Pumps, SafHtv Heating Boilers, and Con tractors for furnishing and Lay ing Water, Gas and Sewer Pipe. 1712 First Ave., Rock Island, Illinois. Telephone 1H8. Eesidence Telephone 1007. United the Nomination. Eliun. 11U, Sept. 24. The Republican courressional o-mvention convened here Tuesday for the purposes of Dominating candidate to lilt the vacancy caused by the death of the Hon. Reuben Ellwood. 11 I). Cook, lit Waukegau, was elected chair man ot the! convention, and Mr. Kiuslow. of beKalb, secretary. On the first ballot Albert J. Hopkins, vt Aurora, was declared tbe nominee of the conveation. Resolutions of regret aud eulogy on the late congressman Eilwood were adopted. Tbe Boone and McHenry county delegates re fused to vote, and it is believed that they will try to orgonize a bolt Held Too Many Offices. Tolono, Ills., Sept 24. When John Col- vin was appointed p.s1 master at Tolono he was holding the omce ol police mag istrate, and continued to exsrcise the functions of that offioe after a8-uuiitig the postmastership. It now transpires that under article 4, of the state constitution, he is deiiarred from holding any ofliee by authority of the state while aoting at postmaster at a salary of ever $3UU per year. As he has tried several cases since his right to do ho ceased a great amouut of litigation is apt to tallow, in volving the town in great expense. Fire Underwrite! s In Resslea. Chicauo, Sept., 24 The sixteenth an nual meeting of the Eire Underwriters as sociation of the northwest was commenced Wednesday morning in the Methodist Church block. The president of the asso ciation, Mr. J. h. Wbitlock, called the con vention to order, aad delivered bis annual address, in which he advocated Mm educa tion of tbe people in the science at Ore in surance, by which premiums could ! re duced 20 per cent A Kentucky Misunderstanding. Louisville, Ky., Sept 21 Word has just been received of a fifht in Letcher county, eutuuky., between the Jones and Wright factious, iu which Dolph D.mrgau, a deputy sheriff, Sua Cook, ami William Francis were killed. These men went to arrest the Jones gang, who beard of it and fired upon them from aa ambush, killing them without a warning- Reorganising the Erie Hallway. Kiw York, bept 3. The Erie bond holders met Wednesday and appointed Lu cius a Ashley, T. C. flatt, F. a Hellins, H. W. Bwith. Elijah Smith, Joaa C. Cab beau and W. A. Head a oontaittoe on reor- (auiaatiua. A plan to ooaeiKata all partMs intsrossod will be sarac. J ire and Accident Insurance in reliable companies at lowest rates, ainilv to E. Licberknecht, real es tate, loan and insurance agent, and nota tv public. Collections made. Office 171 f Second avenue. Chicaoo, Sept 24. It was nearly 10: o'clock Wedne-day morning when the gavel of IVesident Lyman J. Gage fell, and the eleventh annual convention of the Americar Bankers' association commenced business at Hershey Music bad. About iWO delegatei were in attendam-e, and they made up a re markable body. A gentleman with a pas sion for figures computed that the gentle men in-esent renre-ented $175,000,000 ol capital and $2,000.00u,00i of deposits. Mr. Lyman J. ttngo, of tbe First Kationa: bank ot Chicago, president of the associa tion, in his annual address congratulaieu the society on its progress. As banker he said, tuey had a laiye share in the di rection of a force of influence which, next to the power of steam or electricity, ha' been the most potent in promoting tue material iMVitre-s of the last half of tue uiueteenlh cuntury. Tbi iulluence was credit. As dispensers oi credit, the banks and trust companies hold claims against tue no iple to the extent ol nearly .J,5ud,000,lWJ. As recipients tne ua bdities ot toe bank were J,Su0,000,0O0. A: dispensers tuey uold invested in bonds ol the United Slates betweeu &0u,0o0,000 and uOH,(ioO,ooO, and iu other bonds and securi ties about about $bM,000,OUO. Continuing he said: A bank has been justly compared to a reeervoir. Into it tuere bows tue laie or unused capit.il and credit claims ot a com munity, and this accumulation, or a luaici- ous portion ol it, Hows out aain as loans auvances wnicu invigorate ana carry forward tne movement ot traaa ana industry. Toe service so rendered is a real and a vital service to tue community, and its lienelits the most bumule mem ber shares. Transporte-tion statistics give us ihe movement iu tons of provisions and grain, hut they are silent as to those in strumeuts of credit issmg through bank by which the movement of grain and mer chandise is elfecte.l. If this propulsive force of credit should be suddenly withdrawn the movement ot products would cea-e or be come so restricted as to bring want and mi tiering where comfort and plenty now abound. II, tnen, in is ageus or influence ws call credit acoomplisnes such advantacan results it is certainly wise bi studv the conditions wbieh favor its action, and clearly comprehend, if we can, the dangers u any there De, wnicn naturally lie in Its use. To these I can scarcely more than allude. Among favor iuir conditions taere may be named four iu hii:h deirree important: 1. A well cinducte-l and orderly stab?. where life and property bnd safeguard un der the faith ml enforcement of law. A general intelligence and a generally developed moral sense surhVient to eji force in the averace inaivsiuai ine uicuiws oi boner and (nod faith. :l A c nditioo ot industry and traie which offers fair reward to those who en tr.i"e in these pursuits. 4. A lawful currency T money etandard endowed in the highest possible derree with the qiiaiity of unvarying or uniform value. Mr. wage then referred to tbe silver ques tion, taking ground in favor of the suspen sion of silver coinage, the continuation of which, he said, had much to do with the de pression of business. The clearing-house system was, no saui , the fine-t monument erected by the credit or advance-. in-collateral system. It made it possible for a huge volume of business to tie doae npon a small percentage of tbe necessary capital, and still to preserve the required oonservativeness, and to insure the stability ot the commercial world. Mr. tiage then presented a resolution de claring that the coinage of silver dollars uuder the ltland law is detrimental to tea best intere-U of the people and calling for its u -pulsion until tlie relation between gold id silver enn be fuel by international agreement He auii iuiii-ed his resolUMli as tbe first subject for discussion, and Col. W L. Trenbolm, ot South Carolina, spoke favor thereof. Among the other speakers was Hon. E. & Lacey, memlier of congress from Michigan. Under the present conditions, be said gold and silver couid not both be nsed as a itatidard and one or the other had to be cho-eu. A double standard be twlieved to be a misnomer and an impossibility, but maintained that there was a power to establish a value on botb silver and and gold all over the world. A fixed value for each would make two metals at one stall tar 1. In alluding to the plan ot Ueu. Warner, of Ohio, he be said he comd not look upon it as a wise or expedient plan to comp -1 the government to buy all the bullion at its market value. hile by his plan silver could be cornered and the market "bulled. " Then tbe market could be depresse l until the same person could rcpurcuu. e, "rebull," and so on ad in lluitiim. British Columbia Indians are coming into Washington Territory by the hun dreds for tbe annual hop picking. Dr. Pierce's "Favorite Prescription is a most powermi restorative tonic, ana combines the most valuable nervine prop erties; especially adapted to the wants of debilitated ladies suffering from weak back, inward fever, congestion, inflam mation, or ulceration, or from nervous ness or neunilu'ic pains. By druggists . R. CRAMPTON & COMPANY. There is a society iu Memphis the ob ject of which is to furnish coffins to its members at greatly reduced rates. The following is the experience of a Baltimore Butcher: I have suffered with bad headaches for years and have tried roanv remeilies without obtaining relief. I was advised to uive Salvation Oil a trial and it has entirely cured nie. Ed. Baltz, Lu Fayette Market, Baltimore, Md. We do PLUMBING kinds, including Sewer Gall and see us. of all Work. Article. Wh't- Anirnst Sept. Oci. Nov. Uihin Anv' list Sept. h-!. Nov. Oats Aimusi Sept Oct. Nov. POKF AllCll-t Sept. Hot. Nov. La no -August Sept I Ml. Nov. Kin- Aims!-! Wept lift. Nov Hogs -lT.floii !l 11, IHE MARKETS CltlC.MiO. OlK'iiiii. S s; s s:. , rinsing sin, si 4' 405, 40 s si S S5 a li 21 li light, 4 40 1 1 75; mixed, .Ijj'.Cn i 30 K) HOCK ISLAN'n. ML S-tr lay TiiiiolliJ 4S Oil Hay Uil J7.ni Kye 40-. Corn -40c. Pot-noes Sic. Obions 30c. cioa So?i 11 : hsiil 5ii. i,ol(l vtond 110. 3 rn'v .s On SPECIAL IGi S axnucT SEXTIMCTS MOST PERFECT MADE Purest and strongest Natural Fruit Flavors. vinilla, lmon. orange. Ainiona. nose. eic. flavor as delicately and naturally : s the fruit PRICE BAKING POWDER CO., CHICAGO. sr. Lotna. HALF ( F NT A AVOKD. The A rocs herrsf e- i 1 iiahlish in Ihis col atnn sll ft v.Tlisenii-iit.s of l.nst. roilll.l. rer I KorSs e. Bo ist or Kisinis. w nmeil. sua similar notices, at Hi.- low rule el imf fmlr u cult l ironl. h flenre a word, luil u aUviTlis hi. iil lees ttm- ten rents V FOR RKNT House with four rooms i -lie rent: also furnished room", -lis ritte. inn st. l i WILLARD BAKER & CO.'S Opposite Harper House. Rock Island, - Illinois. MRS. G. SWAN'S MUSICAL SCHOOL. No. 1608 Second Ave, up stairs, Rock Island. Terms: Twenty Lessons, in advance Instrumental $12. Vocal $12. Harmony $14. Graduates Students of Music. jgrMrs. Swan is also dealer in the famous Bauer Piano. eept-il-dly LAND AND LOAN OFFICE. MEDILL & WHITEHEAD, POST OFFICE BLOCK, K0CK ISLAND. ILL, Land for sale on Srx to Twenty Years time. fffS250.0O0 00 TO LOAN in amounts to snit ou Farm property, 6 to 7 per cent. nisr ii-dwiy THE "TrVOLI," M. MAGRUM, Proprietor, Second Avenue, Opp. Harper House. JThe 'Tioli" ha? lately b'en transformf-d into Palace equaling in every redixcl the finen Aalooiiin Chicago and tMirpiuMinr; anyUiinifin tbe thrwc'ties A ntimtwrof Kann operattwi hy niacliiiH'ry (nr keeping tbe ait cool in one of the leading fcaturet of the place. The hi quid Refreshment dinpenned at thin ef tahlinhment it in keeping with it grand improve ment. An elegant luuth served every niornint;, AH kindi of tSandwiclieB jnn-7 dCm weired on nhort not ire. ROCK ISLAND TRUNK FACTORY J. W. W1RTEL, Prop'tr, No. 1809 Second Avenue. Manufacturers of all kinds of runks. Traveling Bags, Sample Cases. JIT REPAIRING DONE.SI ftleaiied from a Wide Territory. Chicauo, Sept. 24 Tue Tribune pub lishes about twelve columns of replies to a circular sent out by that paper some time ago. The circular reque-.ted the receiver to obtain the opiuiou of a prominent merchant, banker and farmer in bLs neighborhood ou the question of silver money, and, it wat also requested that the opinion should I firmly and impartially observed. The cir culars were sent to the south, north, east and west, and the replies cover territory from Louisiana to the lakes and come from all over the west aud northwest It seems to be an reed, in tbe first place. that the compulsory eoluaue of silvar, at now provided by law, should be suspended; and, secondly, there is a decided opinion in the f outb aud west that the projiokition to demonetize silver and return to a single gold standard ought not to be tolerated. Will Send the Bie Four Back. Detroit, Hept at President Marsh, of the Detroit ball club, and one of the direct ors, has returned from Chicago, where they had a consultation with Spalding, the father of ba ball, aud convinced tbe latter that they did not intend to violate tbe terms of the Saratoga agreement when they engaged the "big four" frem tbe Buf falo tuam. iSpaidmg will help defend the Detroit club agaiuet expuleian from tbe league. Meau while tbe "big four'' have escaped and can not be traced, otherwise the club wotld follow 8lding's advice and send tlie iu back to Buffalo. KOH SALE old papers for sale in any quantity at thisoltlre. cheap. KOK-i A LK Sixty lot-in my additions " he ilyof Ruck Island -n lonr yearly pnyn.eiits. iln interest at six per rent (ht annuity -frm n i vi.sii.ni 1805 Second Avenue, Has just received bis Fall Woolens. consisting of SUITINGS and OVERCOATINGS, The besttn he found in Itie Market. comprising ail the Novelties of the Season , And prices the lowest for first class work. Cheap at the Trie. New York, Sept 24. The sale of tbe sloop Puritan was announced to take plaoe Wednesday, and a large crewd of yachts men. Wall street men and others assembled at the auction-rooms oo Front street at noun. The boat was purchased by Hr. Edward Burmese, bar designer and part owner.Ifor 1 14., 600. Peace After Twenty Years. Philadelphia, Pa., Sept. 24. Tba direc tors of the Philadelphia Si Heading railroad company have passed resolutions inaugurat ing a policy of harmony toward the reau- sylvania railroad company, thai breaking huttuity of twenty yean tuna. "100 Doses One Dollar" is true only of Hood's Sarsaparilla, and it is an unan swerable argument as to strength and economy. Just now Switzerland, clear ot cholera, eodtf is the playground of Europe. Executor's Notice. Estate of Blir.a Sweet, decessed. The undersiimed hsvinir been appointed Kxecu tor of the last will and testament of Kliza Sweet lat of the county of Keck Island, slate of Illinois. decessed. hereby gives notice that he will aiiear befote the riiuntv court of Kock Island county, at tlie office sf tlie clers of said court, iu the c.llv of Kock Island, at tlie November term, en the Second Monday in November next, st which tune all per sons havim: claims against said estate are notitie.l and requested to st lend for the purpose of havuic; the same adjusted. All iierson imiebled to salil er.li.te are requested to make immediate payment to the nniliisiieiiea. Dsb d this iSud day of Septemoer. A. u.. lssr.. 2s-d4w K. F. hWKKT, Executor 'Slierifl's Sale. By virtue of an Execution and Fee Bill No, WW. Issued out of the clerk's ofliee of the cir cuit court of Rock Island couDty, and state of Illinois, and to me directed, whereby 1 am com manded to make the amount of a certaiu Judtf meut recently obtained against H. B. Terry in favor of Frank 111, out of the lands, tenements, stoods and chattels of the said defendant, H. B Terry, 1 have levlea upon tue iouowing proper ty, to-wit: Tbe east half S) the north-west quarter IH) of sectloB nineteen Of! in township Ho. sixteen (IS), north range Ho. nve (31 west oi the rotirin (4th) principal meridian, in the county of Kock Island and state of 1 liuois. Therefore .according to said command, I shall expose ror sale, at puiiiic auciiou, all tue ngni. title and interest of the above named II. 1 Terrv in and tolhe above d(-rihed oronerty. oi gatordaythellith day of October, INKS, at o'clock p. m., at uie norm uoor oi tne court Douse in me eitv of Ktrck Island, to tne county of Kock 1st and and state of Illinois, for cask in hand, to sat tsf t aAid executions and fee bills. Dated st Bock Island, this lmh day of Septem h.r a it iHHK JoIlN m ktiTli KkH ' Sheriff of Bock Island County, liiuwU . n S8-M tL.',..r rrin1fii"''aitiii. sasspy IflCome and see us. PAEK & ELLIS, 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. IF1. S. SOUTHABDi -Manufacturer and Dealer in- UPHOLSTERED FURNITURE, MATRASSES AND PICTURE FRAMES. Also Dealer in Mirrors, Cornish Poles, Curtain Fixtures, Mouldings, Etc., C-if 1'ricc s lower titan the lowest. Tremau's Block, opp. Commercial Hotel. JOE HUBER'S CENTER STATION! No. 3106 Moline Avenue, Rock Island, 111. Fine Stock of Wines, Beer, Liquors, Cigars, Etc. Always on hand. sept-14-dly This space is reserved for -JOHN T. NOFTSKER'S Acorn Advertisement.