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A jANB JRGU 8. VOLUME XXX1I1 NO 283 KOCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 2G, 1SS5. ESTABLISHED OCT. 18, 1851 UNDERSELL the all Meaning Word in the Commercial World -Ready Cash and Large ?lV GOLDEN ctvr I. c i. r h I! l! OOO TTTTTn H 11 NN N NO H MUMS H IIMNN N H II II N N Nil II IIIH II II N N NO H HUN N N O II II II N Nlili H HUN NNU U HUN NN I I. I I I I.I I. INK) -TO I'.UY AND Cheaper than any Competing House. din M;iJiiiii()lli Store is literal iacked with the Latest Styles New Kail (Joods, consisting of Men's, Roy's and Childrens .iiliiug, Hals. Oaiis and Furnishings, and if our Low Pricks ill net (iiuolish our object, we shall succeed. While other Mer ;iiits generally mark New Goods up and reduce them only near ,M'!Ul m III" praun, uac 1 I .1... , v. li-.. I..si.t i ls at I lie lowest rock-bottom prices from which there will , r be anv deviation or reduction. v i,.N I I.KMKN -We etill vour hllention to , -a carry the I.arsiiMl Assortment, 1,1 die T Item oilier moors niniuu vt-r imr in'W sliH-k, wliether you pnrcliHse or uot. we slisll receive you Willi lllllr lie Golden Eagle Post Office A LOKP., Mang'r. r. B. ZTMMER, 'HI 1 I I F KRIif! I'lH! H A A A A A N M II ! l; R I I' II N N N II VI M l: K r ititRK c K HI! II N N N N N N Vl V I 1'K IIIIHII A II It W C V II II c H M AAA N II A AN N N N S NN R I (' H V Mill K II A AN lias received his Stock of FALL AND WINTKIt SUITINGS, A NO OVERCOATINGS,' A larger and finer stock than eer. 'ii. 1810 Second Avenue, Rock Island. 111. N i-C 1, 1. 1: K i: I; R i: R l;RHK R K R K R K U K t II H 'I O I KliKK KKRIi V Y V K K It R V 1' K V. KK K R R V K U V V O C II C RRRf n k R K V Y V Y V Y K II OOO Of 'CI KKFK i: Choice Brands of Minnesota, Jm Miiry awl Creamery Butter. Cotton Mops, Minn.. Potatoes, Vncttles, &c, l O. Tor. Nineteenth THOS. IF- In irt'iarfd to do nil kind!" "I work in IMain and Decorative Paper Hanging and Kalsoniining. A euiniiW'tl1 stork of A nil 1'iipi r, Ciirluin Fixtures. Cornice Poles and Iinom Mouldings. Mixed Paiiils always on hand. If AlH. a full liw nf Art (iixiiU and Artlt' M.-UeriJ Lihwouk siven in Ptntii.v mid' French l-.miiriiiili'ry Work. Krabmuocry silk". CordK and Kanry Uooilx wliirn nr.- hM at close lis'iinm ; call and test ricei of work. 1813 Second AveDUe, li(CK ISLAND, ILL. JACOB OHLWEILER, Jr: KHTAII. PEA1.KU IN- Wines, Liquors, Beer and Cigars, No. 309 Twentieth Street. Wl'H'c l.uni Ii every niominj; and every Saturday evening. ntay ? dly DAVIS 4 - -i - iX, KJJrJ V-i Deane Steam Pumps, i ti ja-F I sM'tVS Safety Heating Boilers, and Con - J-ttr ing kerb's Block, Moline, 111. Telephone tma. Quantities enables tlie- I" EAGLE nor. li SSSS TTTTT OOO KRRR k.kk.r 8 8TOOR RK S T O OR KK T o OR RK SSSS T O I) URRR KK S T () OR RK S T O OR KK S S T O OR K K Sst T OOO R RhKlfP. (ill I l SKLL miiil'iul I I i.l aiik IV: I It 1 I m.i i ivcrii an uui .Lacw 1-a.11 our Merchant Tailoring Department, url re iiinkino; Clothing to order 15 per Lmlies ml Gentlemen Hie welcome to Clothing Store Block, Rock Island, Illinois. TT ITT TTTIT T T T T T T A III. AA II I. A A II 1, A A II L AAA 111. OOO RRKK O O Ti R o R R i o RRRR T .O O R R A A II I. OR R AIU.I.I.1,1, OOO R W sss-s S J s s SSSS TT'Pl T T T 1' T T T T OOO I! Kit It KKKK O OK R K i li K H K O OK R F o li kRRR KK o OR R F O o R R K. R R K ii H KKKK. OOO and Winter Wheat. Flour, J". X-OlsTG'S, t'treet and Second Avenue. CARY, & CO. t PLUMBERS Steam Fitters. A complete Ktw k of Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing, Hose, Fire Brick, Etc.; . 1 Sole ageute for i Water Motors for Sewing Ma chines, Etc., Novelty Force Pumps, 'I J: tractors for furnishing and Lay Water, Gas and Sewer Pipe. 1712 Fiest Ave., Rock Island, Illinois. Telephone 1148. Residence Telephone 10J7. HILL AND FLOWER WILL LEAD THE DEMOCRACY OF NEW YORK STATE. Th riatrnnn AhIca for a Change In the Ad ministration orttie Civil Service lJw The Complete Ticket I'o litient iuiceeta. Saratooa N. Y., Sept 26. When tlie reni.ieratic aUifcu cmvenlion reaswinbled at H p. nt Tliurs lay, the e iiuiiiitttie on orani- cutioii noiniuattt Mr. Kiino for permanent cliairman. ami thu liomiiiatiim wai con ferroti. Tiie jiernian.'nt ori;ftn izatioa wa then eomplobi, an I a tiht t wk place over a motion to proceed t the nomination ol governor. There wa quite a lively time tor an hour or two, an I ailutory motions followed one another iirt, but finally tha m.ition carr.ed and toe IitLsino;s was pro ceeded with. J. K. O'l'onnor nominate 1 David 1J. Hill, and tite naniik w.-is r'fivvl with tremeii ious applau e. .'-l. J. K, Vdlows remarking that he knew it w.is n.i ns, put Abraham llewitt in nomination. The im Hot recited a. follows: Total vott cist, 3SD; necessnry for a choice, l'Jl; Hill, iiiis; Hewitt, Slocuni, S; F,oer, 1. The result was reeeivod with great dem-on-tratioin of applause, and shortly after midnuclit the lonvention adjourned till 11 o'cliK-k Friday morning. Tiie uu lieiice Friday uioiniinK included the Usual large proportion of the gentler sex. Toe delegates were lalrf in arriving. Chairman Kame- brought his gavel down at no' n and called the convention to order. Hon. 11. I'ody llerrick, chairman of the committee on re-oliitiom announced that the fomiuitTee was rea.ly to present their report. Itefore tiie report was read, Chair man llainoa ask.sl unanimous consent for the pre-entuieut of a social resilulion. It was granted, and l.ni. II (er A. 1'iyor, who was on the platform, was recog.iiied by the chuir. He said: "1 have tiie Lonor toauboit the follotuu res(dution for the ncceplttiiCA of the count! y:'' Resolved, That with profound sorrow tlie Democrary of tue st.ui of iew Y.rk lament tuedealuol the liiileiihie patriot and m vincible suidior, Lilys as S (.mill :i'piini e. ol who-o itiu trioiis e.iver they ijihj? the iil.tiu cromi au.t is tiumiuut.iou iu io dyiliR lliWCtiklou ot pe;t'i and );ood Wili Lei ueen the heroes he led and the uoruo. lie conquered. lAppiause Tin rexiluiii'ii wa-. unanimously adopted, very deleiaie rising to hi feel. The iilat form wastneli rend. It couKrat.ul.tt's t ie country on the elec tion oi Cleveland, and couini.'.i4s his a I uiiintrauo(i, tendering nun 'ut-art.v appio batiou ol tiae putiltc iKdicy woiou tci.s governed his ollii'iat action; and wee.(Wi.'i aily emphasut- in oor :i'piotanon the eiliM t he lia.s ouule to eradicate corruption and incompetency irom the publ-c servnie by the aJ.iHiui(.in'nt ol ionest and capal.e Dem -cints in older thai there shall b-' a thorough and wuolesoine reform of the method- Con lemued b the jieople, who couii led to bun the adininistiatio.i of his iiili ..H. lal tru t. ' The state aduuinstvation of lioveruor iiill is also endorsed. Ti e document then say , in regard to flit' civil service law; We reallinn tha declarations of the TImu ocratie national conventions of !S7rt, lsso ainl IrtM in regard to t lie nei-essiiy of re tormina the civil srvne. but we Condemn the actual ad ministration of ibe existing civil, service laws a the same has tieeli re-eecnfed by tiie put. h, -an party. They have abuse,! its pro. visiou lor the puriatse ol retaining ll-tpnh- hcau.. in ( tti.-e; they hae hlirouh tl a .ciiinery of the law I'ormel reserves o;" e ; -i Ida.compos-d almost exclusively of K- .i t . lican ; llHy have 'extelaled the tiei lo.1 d ;'. wh'ch. by tiie provisions of the law, ti..s. eligible to a' pdatinetit to oflice -hoiild r inam on the resi ter--, as to ex in i D in... rats from all olTices within nil-1- of Ihe civil hrvica W a l. that comini-sion at Washinbm 1" ivorc-ii-i zei so that its majority shall be m svn.p'ithv- with the administration; thai botn ti'Hties to fairK- repre'entet on the ex'im in; boarls; fiat the present li-ts of per on- eligible for atipointinenl; lie an. nulle I. While, therefore, pi'(Slaiininc on' approbation of the treiiHral -pint whirh i ; i pnvd tr e recent 1-iri bition of the fe.l -rs1 government and of the tate of New Yr to pntmotv aneedel i-efnrm if the civ. service we must at the - am time place i n reenr I our wMi and pin ; e that the pront omeer- of each povernmcnt charge 1 wi'h theexecntionof that legislation and nioow-re-l to make s-utl-iblo roles and rernlation to tarry it into effeet. shall take care tha the constitutional power of the executive and .hea l of department ti make appoi:i! ments shall not tie impaired and that the machinery what-ver it may lie for the test ing: eligible dates shall not- he prostituted t-- on worthy pnrpo e'. At this point Cliairmnn Herri'-t ai 1 : "I am requested to stare to tire convention that this provision wa' adopted by a majority of this committee, but tiie minority in the in-tera-tof harmony decided t i make no min ority report-" The following U the expression on the sil ver question: due convention believes that the experi ineut of coining llv.-r uoilais in the hope ei juauitaiuiii a hxed ratio with goia has i; iie lar enough and cannot be coiittuujd larlher without great danger to the bu.siues., Ullelets of the country. The bias in mu re t al ma ill tue silver dol lars stored up in ttid treasury is over $4,uol,ouo per auuuum. and this ftcvumuiai.it.a ol llver purdjastU at a cost ut iS,i,ikW,O(I0 is w. rth t-i-Jay not m a -Uau 1 tie, uou, ooo, with every pro-pe.-L ol a turtuur uepieciulK U. We tnarelore deina id Hie repeal ol the act under which the is, iu-pul-ury coiuage of silver g es on, but e w.ll eulraiuie any practical measure oi agreement with other uattoua by Hhich tue ruiio oi value betweea gold and silver may be made ie. flji-iuaLiitt; The itatiooal DeuiiHsratic p'atfurui pltsles the iarty to revise lb tantr in a pint of fairiieat to all iiiterestn, and tins uonveutioii asks a revision ol the tariff upon the principles thus laid down, in order tnat toe market for ur prolucts may be enlarged a ad that iudu-tiy may be relieved from unnecessary burdana ami tlie MrioU4 obstacles which have parahzed its o(ierafioiis and narrowed up the fluid for the remunerative niployment of laoor and capital ottered by the exhausiless natural re..ourca-.i of this oouutry. Vt e aUo Uvmand that the methods of aduiiaUtration m the custon houses hhall be thoroughly reformed, and oppressive regulations, waieta Lave uriven our owu ineroBants out of buiuiess, shall be swept away, and that ibe cuuduct of butina-a between the people and the government (hall be ma le as simple and inexpensive, as axsibla. The people of the state having declared by a large majority their opposition to the con tract system in priaoua, we are opposed to coutract convict labor iu auy form and in favor of a projier substitute that wdl employ convict acoording to tha state account system. We are iu favor of wMb legislation as shall ill sure to honorably disrbarged soldiers and sailori nf the late war priority in oei tilioa tion under the civil service laws and regula tion of this state and upon passing sucb ex amination succeisfully priority iu certitlca li and appointmeut over all other per-ons. The platform wsh a-lopted without a dientm voice, and the nominations (or lioutenaiit governor ware called for. William E. rltnitu, of Flattsburg, Mayor Blank, of' Aibiiiy, and Koswell P. Flower were nanie.1. Tuere bae been tome doubt whether Mr. Flower would aocept second lace, en u was an aspirant for fint cjari. but all the otlier candidates wer withdrawn, and amid the wildest excite- ment Mr. Flower's nomination was declare 1 by acclamation. F r Becretary of statr Fred Cook, of Monroe, wan nominated on the first ballot. Mr. Chspin, the present incumbeat, was nominatad for comptroller, and Iennis O'Brien for attorney generaL Kluathan Sweet, of Albany, was selected for state engineer. Lawrence J. Fitxerald, of Cortland, was unanimously nominated for treasurer. A fter the iisiml resolutions of thanks had been adopted the new state committee was anuouni.-ed and authoriSMl to fill vacancies In its own ranks and in the state ticket The convention then at 2:45 p. m., after givin? three hnarty cheers for the ticket nominated, aljaumed sine die. Nkw York, Sept 2tf. The nomination ol Hill by the Democratic convention for gov. ernor is well received both in this city and Brooklyn. The nomination is conceded by the Itopublicans to be a strong one, and one that will be hard to beat. Ei.mira, N. Y., Sept 26. The Democrats of this city are wild with delight over the nomination of their fellow-citizen, David B. 11:11, and UK) guns were fired in honor of the occasion. i'.titnn'fl Comments. New Yokk, Spt !. Hon. Dorman B Eaton was a ke l what he thought ol tue nomination of Governor Hill ly the New York Democratic state convention. H.) said: "It was a Tammany triumph' that will prove a Democratic defeat in November. The only hope of the Democratic party is in steadfast adherence to tha administration. It was an opportunity for the party that is out of oflice to tUrow down the gauntlet of civil-service reform and push the question of the campaign on that issue. If it is true that Mr. Hill is nomin ated as an out-and-out opponent of civil service reform, he will have all the tight he ants iu this campaign." A Irien I of Mr. Katon's remarked that be was sorry to lcaru that the commissioner was gomi; to retire from public service. "1 am g dug outside, where the tiht will be," replied .Mr. Katon. Colorado ftepnhlieaiia. Dkxvku, Cola, Sept 'Jti. The llepub lican slate j uhcial convention Thursday aftemo.ni iiomiualei Hon. Samuel H. Kibert, of Denver, for judge of the su premo court A series of resolutions was adopted congratulating the party on thri death of factionalism within the party in Colorado, indorsing the resolutions of the silver convention held in Denver in January la-t deprecating th importation of con tract labor, declaring in favor of arbitration to settle disputes- between capital aud labor, and insisting on a strict enforcement of the civil service laws. F.v-Seeretary Teller wa' present and addressed the oonvention on the silver que-tion, advocating its free and uulinnted coinaga Kalon's Successor. Nkw YohK, Sept 26. The It's Wash ingkm ss-.'ial says: There is much inter est in the proliable successor to Mr. Eaton as civil service cownusMoner. The names most prominently mentioned have been those of Mr. E. O. tiraves, superintendent of the bureau of engraving and printing, and Mr. Fairchil I and Mr. Coou, assistant souretaries of the treasury. WHAT SHALL THE DOLLAR BE! Senater Sherman Vlewa and Warner'! rropnidtiau. Toi.kko, Oliio, S pt. art. -K.riaWr Johi Sherman, who -K.ke here. Thursday night, was asked, Thursday afteruiHin, for hh opinion on the Warner silver couipromi scheme. 'i have not discussed the silver qiii'stmn in this (am a," said he. "fa-cause 1 did , ot wi-h to inter fere iu any way with any reasonable pr. ject w hich woui.: -ecure the stoppage of tie c .inae o! tuo present silver dollar or prevent t ue -i.'nu.ii tratiun;'roin jirosecutm a nieasuiv tnat wi.nl J accomplish what! de-ire that ir ii:e coinage of a silver dollar based upon its coiuoiercial value c nipar. il w.t'i gold. 1 think it would be '" tor iu t4ie nbsejue of international agree ment to adopt a i.ew ratio and recoiu an aim. u. it of -iiv t loilurs t ut roul i be main tamed in c.rcul iti -n. putiing iuto the new dollar anon-. Ii s,iv. r t. make it equal in niai fce: va'o.' to t ie -ol 1 .lollsr. 1 also 1 l.. ve t nit die d. p.-it oi silver bullion in the troH-urv iniht le nia io a basis f siller .vrnl'e;t. Ilia' would cir.-ulae fre.v if each certificati i-epresei ted mi am. unt of sijvr bullion equal n vain - i the s an i ird gold dollar. 1 w.nili re aid if as a ziviit misfortune to the eoiiotrv to d inoiicitz . eitner silver oi sold. T d iii'.n.t;:c e .i.i would b.. to make a sharp i .Hiir o lion o the currency, and won! 1 convert a I the 1 in the Country iuto ilea I ct.iil n. .f ava.laMe to current use as money, whd- 1 iie,iinnetiz.i silver would have tue same It -ci. ' Ken t Like the Warner IlilL M'asiiinuton City. Sept. 2ii. Ti.e New York Herald Friday printed the texi. ol Warner's silver bill. It i. ju t ateiut as de scribed in this coi rcspon lence month ago. It uulhonz s tlie i-i u" of dver certificates by the 1ri?a-ury on the deit of siiver bnll on. the certific it's lo bo" in sums of $1(1 or uiult'ple there, f Smaller silver cer tificates of ifd, ii and denominations may be issued on deposit of silver dollars. T.ie value of all silver so deposited is to be based on the meuu average .selling price on the mark a in New Yorr. The silver certilicits are to be redeemed iu legal m ney or bulunn, at the option of the treasury, on ilemanl, the same nitithoi be ing u.ed to g.-t the value of silver when re demption oc-urs. Tne certificates are tQ be legal tender lor the paymentof alldebtsand demands due the covernnient a legal ten der bet ween banks, and may be deposited instead ot bonds a, tin basis for circulation. The Herald denounces the bdi bitterly, aud says if Mr. Warner was the hired agent of the silver kings he could scarcely invent a measure more subservient to their interests r opposed to the public welfare. Hard Coal Market. Pea coal, ".Oil; grate and egg, $7.75 ranp-e, nut and No. 4, S.OO per ton; screened anil delivered all best quality of anthracite. Extra cartage ebarged on orders of less than one tun. Blacksmith 8 caol, Connelleville coke and charcoal 113 Second avenue. E. G. FkaerT "I have do appetite," complains many a sufferer. Hood's garsapariila gives an appetite and enables the stomach to pert form its duty. MOST PERFECT MADE Prepared by a physician with special regard to health. No Ammonia, Lime or Alum. To the Kescue of Ulinetaliiain. Niw York, Sent 2A Congressman lYarner, of O iio, said Thursday: "I will introduce my bill, which is intended as a substitute for the IJ, Mid bill, at the as sembling of congress. Tnis is not a mere question of coining a few millions of dollars mure or less in a year, but it is a question between bimetallism and gold mon- omentailism. the present "coinage law is the only thread by which silver is held in our monetary system. Strike this law down, without auy substitute, and bimetallism is overthrown. Silver men understand this perfectly well. T bnnetallista a change in the standard from both metals to one, in the face of the vast indebtedness t .at now weighs down modern nations, would be nothing less than a stu pendous crime." The Officers Shot to KIIL ST. Louis, Mo., S'pt -Sergt Earl and OiHeor O'Brien, while i trolling Michigan wenue at 8:110 Fr.day morning, dircoverod two men comm? out of the yard of I.n 1'oalette, O'il'i Mich igan avenue. Theoflivers were half a block away and callel to the men to hah. For an answer, one man sent a bullet past Earl's ear. The men then started on pretty lively run through alleys and aero, lots, turning and tiring as they rau. but gradually dtstaticino; the otiicers, who tua'i aged to fire ten in irectual shots, rec vo -five in return. Liter in toe morning t. e dead body of a mt:i with a Lullet won.. 1 r bis abdomen was found at the foot of Dai' is street He was partially identified a, one oi the burglars. A Very Knotty Question. SPHiNOKiELn, ills.. Sept SA In the morning session of the slate revenue com mission, I Friday, the time was consumed in discussing sections of tae revenue law. and especially tlie meaning of the wor;!s "lair cash value," as applied to the ase-sment of personal property. Mr. H y did not recollect j.iat what meaning was at tached to the words in the constit it'onal convention. Judge Dutf denied the allega tion that the supreme court, had lejal z-1 a 33 per cent asses ui ut of the casu value. The commission adjourned without dispos ing of the vexing question. A kiss was the means of lukin llie dreaded small pox into Boston. THE MARKKTS CIIICAlJO. Article. Ois-niiie. l?loiini: Wh't- Antriif i Sept. .... SUi Oct. Ts S't Nov. .sO' COUK August Sept. iij 4'." Oct. 4'-", 40S, Nov. ;ii, hi Oats Anenst Sept on. -iv, Nov. Pnr.K Auirnsi !sepi. SSi Oct. s STsi . s sr Nov. H ST. TT LAr.n - August Sept ti let. ti 27 l, e") Nov. li 171, (', as Km AiismiM Sept Oct. 6 !7 5 M5 Nov Hess 17.11011: lial.i, 4 4t) it 75; niixeil. 3 irn4 h av, I Jiti4 m ROCK ISLAND. oat; S-lc av Timothv S 00 !lav Willi 7.il Kye HI . Corn -40c. Potai nee Sic Olioiis :tl)c. isw Soft II : haul fS M .nd ood 1m. o ra- ?; im HOOD'S 5ARSAPARILLA Works through the Mood, retrtilatine;, timin? and invigorating all the functions ot the body. Ringworm Humor and Salt-Rheum. RAVSnAM. M ass.. Aug. 12, 1S7S. C. I. Hood&Co.: Oenthnii-n I have bad riinvorni humor ami salt-rheum so badly that mv IhhIv was covered with raw sores; so. also, my head and face. 1 have had any number of duelers in Ihe Inst seven years, anil none ot Ihcnicould cure inc. One day my mother was m the city of Taunton, ana found one of vour rook books, ami in readina it 1 found inany -plc lestifying to cures from the useoi vour Sai-saparilla and Olive Ointment. 1 11 It forced to try it. although I had seen many things advcriiscd that never did me anv pxai. I have now taken two small bottles and one lai ge one of Sarsaparilla. and used Ihree boxes of Oint ment. I now call invself rurcd. Nothing can be seen of the bumor but ihe dim out lines of Ihe sores. I shall lake two more bottles, and then the cure will 1 complete, laineratcfullyyoiii-s, liDliAK F. WHITMAN. Biliousness, Sick Headache. riTTSFtfi.n, Mass. Mesphs. C. I. noon & Co. : i cut s I'lease send nie by express two bottle Hoop's sar PAi'ARii.LAaiidafew Cook Cooks lor dis tribution. Vour preparation lias worked wonders in the ease of mv w ife, who has been troubled with sick headache and bil iousness tor vears. She only took one-half tcasi.ooiitul.it a dine, and has not K en so well lor live years as now. She found that within a week alter taking it she fell very nim-h better, and is now entirely free from those severe headaches, she has not taken anv of any account since last spiing. and wliat little she had is lent to do some others some good, and we must have it in the house. Yours Irulv. 1I0M1.K B.NASH. HOOD'S SARSAPARILLA Is sold by all di-iurd-ds. Price ft, or six lame buitles tor ." Prepared only by C. L lliHH) Ci . Apothecaries. Lowell, Mass. I se Hook's 'tool u-PowiiWS. IjALF-rENT A V(UU The A r. re ht'TViii i t w i I puMit-h hi thi col tiimi nil a vi-rtifi'mctitK of Ijisi. Koiirnl. For lUnt iorHale, Ho nlor l(tnc.. Wnntt'fi. ami siniihir noticen. at th low rut of on ftulf'a ctnt a woni, nach ttKiirt' voni, hut io aiivcrtifcniciit letp tha- it ii (.in "POK hKNT-llonne with fonr room cheap mil; mtt ftinn-hi'il room-, It Kifttfmh ft. 1-tf FOR 8 a I. K imper for uale in any quiaty at thmoflu -. ( 'i fH, ' KK s A I K Sixty ictm my nMiiiuii ro he itv of H iM h I - m m (onr yi-nrly payments, witu tutert-Ht i mi I?;-cent per aun uiti, B Dapenpobt G. 1! 1N: Scorid Avenue, lias just received bis Fall Woolens, - i-.unsistiiig of SUITINGS and OVERCOATINGS, The best to bt found in file Market, com prising all the Novelties ol the Season And prices the lowest for first Class Work. won R. CRAMPTON & COMPANY. We do PLUMBING of all kinds, including Sewer Work. Call and see us. WILLARD BAKER & CO.'S Opposite Harper House. Rock Island, - Illinois. MRS. G. SWAN'S MUSICAL SCHOOL. No. 160S Second Ave, up stairs, Rock Island. Terms: Twenty Lessons, in advance Instrumental $12. Vocal $1 2. Harmony $14. Graduates Students of Music. ffjr"Mrs. Swan is also dealer in the famous Bauer Piano. sept-21-dly LAND AND LOAN OFFICE, MEDILL & WHITEHEAD, POST OFFICE BLOCK, KOCK ISLAND, ll.l, Laml for sale on Six to Twenty Years time. t'$250.000 00 TO LOAM in amounts to sail on Farm property. S4 to 7 per cent. ii.ai ll dwiy THE "TIVOLI," M. MAGRUM, Proprietor, Second Avenue, - - Opp. Harper House. fThe -Tfvot.t" has latidy been transformed Into a Pulaoc equalintr in every reaper! Ihe Dues saliKinsin Ctiicauo and surpassine anytliini; in ihe threec ties A n irniher of Vans operated hy luai lunery for krepini! the aireo.l is one of the 1. adine features of Ihe place. The l.iiiuid Refreshments dispensed at this establishment is iu keepirniwitb its grand improve ment. An elegant lunch served every morning. All kinds uf Sandwiches jtln-7 diiin served on short notice. ROCK ISLAND J. W. WIRTEL, Prop'tr. v-ll 1 mmtmm mmmm PAEK & ELLIS, Now is tlie time to secure bargains. We have marked our Summer Goods down to l"l'ome and pcc us. S. SOTTTHjIRylD, Miitiiifai lurer ami Dealer iu UPHOLSTERED FURNITURE, MATRASSES AND PICTURE FRAMES. Also Dealer in Mirrors, Cornish Pules, C'urlaiu Fixture, MoiiMiuos, Etc.. t'" I'riei s lower tfKn the lowesl. Tremmi's Block, opp. Conimercinl Hotel. JOE RUBER'S CENTER STATION! No. 31t!6 Moline Avenue, Rock Island, 111. Fine Stock of Wines, Beer, Liquors, Cigars, Etc. Alwajs on hand. This space is reserved for -JOHN T. NOFTSKER'S Acorn Advertisement. tag TRUNK FACTORY No. 180!) Second Avenue. Manufacturers of all kinds of runks. Traveling Hags, Sample Cases. n r r -m i ri r - iv i p- , ij ncrA nllNU UUINtZ. test in cidt 1 to dear ourselves before Fall Goods come in. PARK. & ELLIS, I 704 Second Avenue. eent-M-dly .'."Vile"