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165a, O. O. KNELL. C. C. KNELL'S Great variety of Chamber Sets. C. C. KNELL'S Immense Assortment of Parlor Sets. C. C. KNELL'S Upholstered Work is Manufac lured here and sold as low as work m;ide for the public trade. C. C. KNELL'S Dining Room Sots. C. C. KNELL'S Large and Varied Stock of Carpets Everything New and Modern in Design and Colors. C. C. KNELL'S Beautiful Assortment of Smyr na Rugs. In this line I'm not Undersold by any 'one. C. C. KNELL'S Elegant line of Portiereo, Turk aman and Lace Curtains. C. C. KNELL'S Imported Viena Hard Wood Chair, the genuine article. IN FACT If you want anything in the House Furnishing line, visit C. C. KNELL'S Immense Establishment, the second largest of the kind in the state outside of Chicago, and the only other firm that manu facture all their own Upholster ed work from original designs. C. C. KNELL. A JOVOCS OCI'ASIO.V, Silrer Wedding Celebration of Mr. ud lira. G. W. Henry Lot Eren. intf The Pretests. On October 23, 1860, Mr. and Mrs. George W. Henrj of this city were united in marriage, and it was in celebration of the twenty-fifth anniversary of the happy event, that a large number of friends, of the worthy couple assembled at their in viting home on Second avenue near Thirteenth street last evening to tender congratulations and offer tokens of es teem. In appropriateness to theoccaslon. The rooms had been elaborately decora ateil with flowers and foliage, and many were the compliments and best wishes paid the genial and popular deputy collec tor and his estimable wife. Biehs Ruck Island arsenal band was present, and dis coursed happy music. A bounteous feast was served, and the evening was spent in social intercourse, dancing in which ex-Mayor Molt, led, and other amusements. ' The following is the list of presents given Mr. and Mrs. Henry: Sugar bowl and spoon, el-Mayor Mott fruit basket. Mr Edward Kohn; silver vases, II I'eetz; silver spoons. Mrs A C Burrall: Mrs Weatherhead, 25 silver dol lars; lamp, Messrii A Burrall and W II l.umly; knives and forks. Mr C II Hitter; pickle disih, Dr S 0 Plummer; plxcque, Lnura Ellenworth; the "Silver King," Mott, Winter & Co; vase, Fred Herj.en way; sugar spoon, P J Ueverting; silver cake stand, J Al Detjens; damask towels, Mhj C V Hawes; bedspread, M K Gates silver water pitcher, Messrs C W Negus, J C Lafrenz, J T Kenwortby; It Golden- Htein. VV Gray, Fred Appelquist and II C sclialer; halt dozen bottles champaign Tegeler & Co. The affair fully attested the kindly feel ing toward the deputy collector and his wife, by their many friends in Rock IsK and. The Sebool Board. A special meeting of the board of edu cation was held last evening, the partlcu lar object being to consider the matter of changing the hours of session at the high school. President Buford, Secretary Kenible, and all the directors were pres ent. The committee on reference books rec ommended the purchase of acopy of Rid path's history of the United States, and Ihu "Boys of "70" and "Boys of 'Ot" for No. 0. The recommendation was ap proved. Mr. Barge offered the following as reg ulatlng the appointment and salary of substitutes: In case of necessity of a teacher's ab' sence from school for a period not ex cceding two weeks; the superintendent shall employ a substitute for said time. But ir the absence will probably exceed two weeks, the board shall make the ap pointment. When a substitute is an experienced teacher fully capable of Ailing the place of the regular teacher; then shall an order for the full month be issued to the regular teacher, who shall pay the sub stitute the salary of the room for the time of substituting. But when the substitute lacks exper ience, then shall the hoard issue separate orders, paying the regular teacher for the time she has taught and the substitute at the rate of $33 pur month. The committee on teachers reported the resignation of Miss Bessio A. Reynolds, teacher of the second grade at building No 3, to take effect at the close of the present school month. The resignation was adopted. It was directed that the jauitor should be furnished lumber for the construction of u bookcase at No. 6. The following bills were allowed: Thomas F. Cary, $102; Davis & Co., 287.84; J. E. Spencer, $7.50; Henry Part's Sons, $1; D Donaldson, $1.20; John Barge, .75; John Volk & Co., 91.- 6;S. S. Keiuble, $15.85; O. P. Swanson, $132.11. The proposition for the single sessions at the high school came up for discus sion. I hero were ninety-nine replies to the circulars sent out to the parents of children attending the high school, ninety- live of which favored the trial of the pro posed plan. The hoard accordingly or- loreil the experiment to begin November 2, sessions to open at 9 a. m. and con tinue, with two intermissions of fifteen minutes each, until 2 p. m., when the school shall be dismissed for the day. Miss Ilallie Trow was appointed to fill the vacancy at No. 3. at $25 per month. Mr SouthwtU't Lecture The first of the series of excellent lec tures to be given by the Y. M. C. A. this winter, was delivared by County Super intendent J. II. Southwell at the associa tion's rooms in this city Thursday even ing. The subject was the "Kock strata of the Earth," and Mr. Southwell being a scholar in geology, he handled the sub ject in a manner that was as Instructive and interesting, as it was broad and com prehensive. In beginning be glanced over the nebular hypothsis, giving LaPlace's theor ies ot the origin of rotation. Then taking up the Rock's strata at the Laur cntian period, outlined its proximate boundaries, . and traced through the upier formations from the Laurentian in Wisconsin to the southern point of Illi nois, describing some of the peculiarities f the several formations and the prin cipal materials of which they are com posed, dwelling more particularly bow- ever, upon the geology of Illiuois, and to more forcibly illustrate irmulions constituting the surface f the state under Ibe drift, under the drift, distributed a geological map of the state of Illinois to each one present. To illustrate other portions of the lecture maps of North America, during the period of the first land.elvated above the waters, aud the surface of the earth, were also distributed together, with tables of the American geology, and a geological map of Rock Island county. Hard Coal. Have vou bought vour hard coal? Watkins & Hill will deliver all eradea of bant coal. Give them a call. Telephone 1197. sirs aad Accident Insurance in reliable companies at lowest rates, apply to E. Lieberknecht, real es tate, loan and insurance agent, and nota ry public. Collections made. Office 171 1 Second avenue. , ' eodtf THE I'lLOil.M. Street Sayings on Subjects of Popular Interest Goiislp of Various Sort. "Quinine and whiskey is the latest call," said a barkeeper to the pilgrim the other morning, "It's funny how the practice came about, too. They boys used to come in here and say, "Give us the dice.' Well, I gives 'em the dice and they say, 'We'll shake you for the drinks.' So I shakes and some way they always get it on the house. So Ed he comes around one night and sees us shakin' and he says, 'What's the matter with these fellows always wantln' to shake for the drink.' says he. So I ups and tells him what the game was aud the next night he comes around with a bottle of quinine and says, When they want to shake, just give 'em some quinine, 6ays he. So when they comes in after the theatre and asks for the dice, I puts a little quinine in the bottom of the glass and sets up the bottle. If a man gets a good dose of quinine in his whiskey he don't want no dice." "Let me tell you a little story about Jim Blaine aud Frauk llutton," said a gentleman from Burlington this morning. "A few years ago Blaine was out in Iowa making speeches, aud llatton was then chairman of our stale committee, uud of course went along with as big a man as Blaine to the various nice lings. They were on the cars ouo day going to a a country town to speak at a meeting when Blaine turned to llaiton and said: " 'At this town we're going to I believe there's a mau named Chris Sclilagle, isn't there?' " 'Ves, replied llatton,' and I know him by Bight.' " 'If you see him on the grounds,' said Blaine, 'point him out to inc. I used to know him down in Washington county, Pennsylvania.' After Blaine and llatton had got upon the stand, and while some local orutor was speakiug. llatton spoke lo Blaine and told him where Sclilagle was standing. Blaine got up and marched straight for the man poiuted out to him. "'How are you, Chris? he exclaimed, holding out his hand. 'I remember you well. You have changed very liLlle since I knew you down in Washington county. I never forget a face. llowp is Mrs. SchlagleV "'B-butmy nuuie ain't Heblagle,' re plied the astonished fanner; "my name is Scheimerhorn, and I never was in Penn sylvania in my life.' "Blaine walked back to the plalform quite discomtited. llatton said tie had made a mistake, but Blaine looked at him in a queer sort of way, as if to say: 'I'd get even with you yet. llatton never shed a tear when the news came last fall that Blaine was defeated." "I am pleased to sec the Hennepin project stirred up again," said n citizen bulling the pilgrim; "keep the ball rolling, aud let it be seen Hint Mayor Murdock appoints the right kind of men to go to Washington and look alter the canal s interests this whiter. Bo sine and have men who will go, not in the interests of any personal aim hut to look after Hennepin, and see that it is properly rep resented and carried through." "There is every reason for local ens couragcinent in the soldiers' home sub subject," said a merchant this morning. rtI believe those commissioners mean business, and w hen Ihey reach their de cision it will pleaso everybody in the state. They are going to award it to the most suitable locality if it takes all win -ter to decide upou it; that is my opinion cn the subject." "How about the new motor line to Mo line. Seems to me it has dropped out of sight rather suddenly," exclaimed a resi dent on Third avenue," I expected to see the cars flying past my door before snow flies. Do you think the proposed lino will be built this fall?" The Melancholy Days. This delightful season of the year is upon us, the days in which it becomes necessary to put up the regular front room stove. Some put them up themselves while others send word to the stove men to come and erect the heat producers for them. It is very encouraging to tackle the telepone, call up some dealer, inform him that a stove is needed to be set up at No. so-and-so, such a street, only to get back the answer: "Mr. Man won't be down this afternoon. He is too busy with blank orders ahead; Some other after noon; good afternoon." 1 Thoso who depend upon themselves to put up their own stoves will save chalk marks against them on the angel's record book if they will first lay the stove pipe joints in a row the way they arc to go when up and in line, and then cull in some street arab who has no conscientious scruples regarding the use of language and give him a nicklc or two to roundly curse the pipe. It will then go together like a charm, and without a single balk or break. Such is life in the days of Ibe sere and yellow leaf. Progressive Enchrf Party. A most delightful progressive euchre party was given last evening at her home on Moline avenue, hy Miss Carrie War- ner to about twenty-four of her select friends. The first prize giveu, for the greatest number of gilt stars earned al the head of the table, was a uni'iuc, sUtined cul glais canoe, and was won by Miss Lucy Cable. The secoi.d prize at the same table was a very handsome ham mered bronze ash receiver, won by Mr. Tom Buford. The first booby prize for the largest number of red stars, won at the last table, represeuliug the greatest number of defeats, was bravely struggled "for and against" and finally won ny Mr. W.' H. Maishall. The second prize al Hie same table was gracefully home off by by Miss Anna Buford, both beiiug large golden scoops daintily arranged as a key receiver, and emblematic of having been scooped" at the game. The arrange ments were so perfect and complete in all the details, as to make the evening's en tertainment a most happy event. AH UOOU AS tt:it. Rock Island' Chances for Securing the Soldiers' Home Return or the Delegation. Hon. H. C. Cleaveland, Hheriff J. M. Reticker, J. T. Kenwortby, Esq., and Messrs. Gilpin Moore and Morris Rosen field, reached home from tho state capi tal this morning, where they have been during the deliberations of the soldiers' home commission, which ad journed yestesday afternoon to meet at Chicago next Tuesday. From conversa tion with the gentlemen named, the Ar uus is enabled to state that Rock Island's chances for securing the soldiers' home arc as good as ever, and in the opinion of many, better than ever before. Mr. C.'eavcland and the others have had no reason to change the opinion they formed of the comtLissioners on the occasion of their visit of inspection lo Rock Islau-1 that they are upright and conscientious man , ouch and uvery one of them, and that Ihey will give tho home to the locality most suitable to the purpose. For this rest on the delegation feels encouraged. While in Springfield they had nn oppors tuuity of studying the motives of the commissioners, aud they believe the home will be awarded to Rock Island, if in the minds of the commission it possesses the advantages to warrant it. The outlook for the city is therefore as good as ever, for while the commissioners have made several attempts to reach ' a decision through balloting, and failed so fur to make a choice. Rock Island has iu no in stance dropped out of sight. The gentlemen are well satisfied with Ihe lay of the laud. They believe that the claims of tills locality have been audi -cientiy urged upon tho commissioners, who were undoubtedly impressed with the situation when it was shown them. Rock Island it. "still in the ring, "aud will remain there until' a final decision is rcn dered. Tho verdict, no matter what it may be, will bo gracefully received by Rock Island, our citizens beleving that the home will go to the city, best adapted to it. Mr. Cieuvelund, and tho gentlemen who were at Springfield last weuk together with other representative citi ens will leave for Chicago Monday night. Camp Manffan. Ex-Mayor, J. Z. Mott, has handed the Annus a copy of the Dubuque HertUd of the 2t)lh inst., containing an account of a visit to the camps of men employed in the construction of the new Chlcugo, Burlington & Quincy road, from the fol lowing is an extract: On Sunday a number of young men possessed of a military turn of mind and withal pedestrians of no small repute, concluded to visit the camps on the east shore, and more espicially that of Mr. P. Maugan, well kuown as one of tho most reliable railroad contractors in the west. On the east bank of the Platte is Man gun's camp, a veritable "village" with all the regulation of an army post. The camp is situated a mile east of the river bank and is nestled between tho hills upon an old Indian burying ground, Two large stables 200 feet long, two large sleeping apartments, a large mess room for the men, a blacksmith shop, drivers' lodging house, a store, an office and a dining rooin for the contractor and his foreman, com poses the camp proper. These buildings are constructed in a. substantial manner. Every one is lined with tar paper uud the cracks covered with lath. In tho mans ngcnieut of this "railroad" village Mr. Mangan has no trouble. Two hundred men make this their home, aud every mau lias his work to do, and a clean be I to sleep upon, with plenty of clothing. The quarters are roomy and clean. Iu the large eating house the best ot wholesome food is served in abundance. Within the largo stables are ninety head of Kentucky mules or superior breed, and all them well cared for. It is a curiosity in itself to see Mr. Mangan's line herd, and they play a conspicuous part in pav ing the way for the iron horse. The vis itors were ushered into the office where Mr. Mangan gave them a royal welcome, to say nothing of the etc's., which one feels so much in need of after a long dis tance pedestrian match. In due time the guests were mane comfortable at Mr Mangan's festive board, where there was no lack of cutiblcs, and indeed Delmonico never prepared a liner spread. The charge of the "light brigade commenced right at that instant. I lie excellent din ner wan prepared by Mrs. Reilley. who keeps Mr. Mangan's private hoarding house, and ot whom the visitors speak of very highly. The State Convention. The principal business transacted in the Y. M. C. A. state convention of Iowa across the river yesterday was the elec tion of officers, which resulted as follows: President Gen. A. C. Litchfield, of Davenport. Vice Presidents 1st, Prof. F. Starr, of Cedar Rapids; 2d John Shields, of Wash ington. Secretary Eugene Brooks, of Tubor. Assistant Secretary J. S. Wright, of Iudianola, COMMITTEES Credentials Messrs. Matthows.of Dav euport; Derr, of Des Moines; McCartney, of Grinncll. Resolutions Harry Curtis, of Council Bluffs; De Lamatter, of Mt. Vernon. Associations Messrs. Tufts, Shields anil W M. Danncr. Business Messrs. Grinnell, Woodward and Jacka. Devotional Services Messrs. Ege, Townshend, McCoy, Kenwortby and Timmens. Stale Committee's Report Messrs. Shields, Briggs, Norris, Mnilenhiirg. Johnson, Arnold, Waterman, Wyatt, Co tnirn and Weidensall. Treasurer's Report Messrs. Jordau snd Ruse. Conntv Baildios; l'HOUATK 23 Estate of Heury Wait, deceased. Will admitted to probate. Estate of Mari Schadt, deceased. In ventory Hied and approved. Order author izing sale of personal property at private sale . LICEN8KU TO WED. '211 John H. McEnury, Miss Lizzie M. Nye. J. I). Reddig, Rock Island, Miss Sarah McKay, Washington- Iowa. 21 Charles t. Livergood, Miss Nellie J. Warner, Waterlown. 23 Luther Snider. Miss Edith Dunii k. Charles R. Keesler, Miss Nellie Newton. 23 Warren Sikes. Miss May Golden. Barstow. Huliog S. Irwin, Loj Gates, Col., Mrs. Cecelia II. Samuels. Moline. 24 John T. Welch, Miss Hardens. Moline. A drinking fountain has been tlufc bodily from the park at Rockville. Conl ine piace is a great dairy centre. II HI EF LETS, Dressed turkeys at the Fulton market The finest line of fancy underwear at Liberman's. Save money by buying your foot wear of W. Peterson & Co. Sheriff Reticker, will take Frank Wray, lo Joliet Monday morning. Fresh oysters and fish at the Fulton market. Guyers, Dunlap and Sletson fine hats at Liberman's. For sale a good piano cheap, enquire at Lolhar Harms.' Dr. J. W. Stark, Dentist, 1722 Seconr avenue. dlvr. W. Peterson &, Co., are prepared to suit all. in boots, shoes and slippers: A. W. Bruner is visiting relatives iu Dakota Fresh chickens, live and dressed or dressed to order, at the Fulton market. Dr. McCandless, dentist, corner Third avenue and Twentieth sireet. tf Tlie best makes in boots, and shoes can he found, al W. Peterson, & Co. Mrs. S. Y. Bowley will return from Princeton, this evening. W. II. Kistler of Buffalo Prarie, was a caller at the Anuoa oflice to day. "Burr O iks"a spectacular drama will be given ut Harper's theatre next Wcd ncsday and Thursday evenings. Tho fiuest goods aud the lowest prices at the popular shoe house of W. Peterson & Co. Frank N. Curley of Chicrgo is In the city. He came on the sad mission of at tend ing his mother's funeral. Mr. EJgor Gleini, is home from Texas, -to attend the wedding of his sihter Miss Delia, next week. . As the largest buyers, W. Peterson, & Co., make and command the lowest prices . Tli ere will be a democratic ward caucus in the Wide awake hose house this even ing to nominate a successor to ex-Alder-man Oeorgo W. Henry. For full particulars, maps, plats, pamphlets, etc., of Medill & White J head's lands in Iowa call on them at their office, Postofllce block. Hock Isl and. Miss llidlio Trow, for many years in Miss Byrnes' millinery establishment iu this city, has been appointed a teacher at building No. 3. The hoard has made an excellent choice. Coroner Dovid llawes has gone to Del avun, Wis., lo spend a week with his son, Frank B. Hawes, who is located there. Marshal Eckhart will act as coroner in his absence. E. E . Parmentcr, attorney at law. Makes collections, loans money, and will attend to any legal business intrusted to him. Office, postofllce block, Rock Isl and. Ill dsi&wly McC.ibe Bros, opening exhibit, of pat tern hats, bonnets and rich artistic mil linery novelties takes place on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursdi.y of next week. Tho Rock Island clrtss of the state read ing circle, composed of lite teachers iu the public schools, proinisca to be a success in every particular. The class iu ancient history, iu charge of Rev. S. S. Crycr, and the one in physiology in charge of Principal W. II. Hatch, meet alternately every two weeks and the meetings prove exceedingly instructive and interesting. A. McCurdy, Esq., and wife, of Chi cago, are the guests of ex-Mayor Mott in the city. Mr. McCurdy was a former res ident of Gencsco, and during the exciting presidential campaign of 1863, he wrote a campaign ballad, which was given pubs hcity in the Annus at that time. Tho piece was very well written, aud won popularity for Mr. McCurdy, as well as the appreciation of the democratic party. E. W. Hurst represents the leadin American and Foreign Insurance Co's Policies carefully written at current rates, agency established 1874. Office over illicit Jaland National Bank, Medill & Whitehead will run another of their successfull laud excursions to Emmctsburg, Iowu, leaving via C. R. I. & P. at 10 minutes before 5 o'clock next Tuesday morning. Good farming lands are sold at $8 and $8.50 per acre on long limo at low interest. These lands are increasing in price every year and all wishing line furnis at these low pricos should avail themselves of this oppor tunity. A largo number of representative citi zens called upon Major W. H. H. Ben yuard, engineer in cearge of the survey of the Hennepin canal now in progress, at the Harper house last evening. Several hours were spent in exchanging views on the worthy, project, and the affair, infor mal as it was, proved profitable and pleas ant to all. Major Benyuard called upon Col. Flugler this afternoon, and this even ing he departs for Chicago. Democratic Caucus. The democratic voters residing in the Third ward of the city of Rock Island, are requested lomeet at the Wide Awake hose house, on Saturday evening, Oct. 24. 1885. at 7:30 o'clock, for the purpose of placing in iiominalion a candidate to fill the unexpired term of Geo. W. Hen ry, resigned. AtjausT HunuEHT, nil. m. louNu, Ward Committee. THI9 SPACE 18 RESERVED FOR D. Ry Bowlbys ANNOUNCEMENT OF Musical Goods for the Holidays. Bandar Sorvice. At Trinity church services will he held tomorrow at 10:45 a. m. and 7:80 p. m. Tho young men's meeting in the Y. M. C. A room, at 4 p. m , will he led by Mr. W. J. Philip. Subject: "Speech the inuex or the Heart. The Rev. W. A. Spaulding will preach in tlie United Presbyterian church at 10:45 a. m. No evening service. Sunday sebool at 0:30 a m . Hugh Warnock su perintendent. Yoiiug folks' devotional meeting at 7 p. m. Twenlietb street Evangelical Lutheran church, the Key. C. A. JHcnmcke, pastor, Text at 10 a. m., Epb. vi: 10:17. Tberna: "Des Christien Knmpf gegen seine unsicntbaren reimti. i bema at 7:30 p. iu. : "Die Kitlheilung dcr Eigeu- shaften. ' "Likeness to Christ' (10:45 p. in ) and "Ihe Young yueen (7:,i0 p. in ) will he the subjects of the Rev. S. S. Cryer, pastor.iil Ibe Central Prcsbytei ian church. .Sunday school at 9:30a. in.. W. H. Hatch superintendent. Young people's nieeiing at 0:30 p. m., a snne service. There will be quarterly meeting Ihe first of Hie year -at the German .Metho dist Episcopal church, tlie Rev. J. B. Schwielert, pistol'. The Rev. II. Nuu man, P. E-, will preach ut 10.30 a. ill., and alter the sermon tlte sacrament ot the Lout's Supper will he administered. Preaching also at 7:30 p. in. "The Smitten Hock" will be the 10:45 a. m subject of the Rev. R. G. Pearce 1). 1)., pastor, in the First Methodist Episcopal church. The sermon will he followed hy the sncmincnt of the Lord'i Supper. Dr. Peurces subject at 7:30 p m. will he "Natiman. tlie Leper." "Not Ashamed of the Gospcll" RomJ 1:10, will be tlie 10:1;, a IU. uhject ot the Rev. W, S. Marquis, pastor, in lha Broadway Presbyterian church. At 7:30 p. m., the Young People's Association will hold its third anniversary. Ihe pro gramme will consist of reporls uud papers from the various committees and an address fr.un the pastor, theme: "The Building of a Character." Sunday school at :10 a. in., Dr. J. w. Stewart, Superintendent. Young people s prayer meeting at 7 p. m. BurrOakl. The St. Louis (Jlube-Democrut says this of "Burr Oaks," which appears at liar per's theatre next Wednesday and Thins day evenings: The lurgest audience that theatro ha: had for several weeks witnessed the lirsl performance of Burr Oaks last night at the Grand Opera House, uud tin play is decidedly he best inelo drama presented iu tins city for some time. The plot is not intricate but is de veloped in a strong una absorbing series of acts which retain the interest of the spectators, and there is a freshness aud originality iu dialogue absolutely delight ful. The production last night ran smooth, and the cast was unexceptiona ble. Mr. D. K. Iliguius, as the soldier vagabond, was pleiiHiug uud realistic in the highest degree. Rcver Biplets. Tho Pittsburg clears for the north to morrow morning. The Morton will lie down In the morn ing. dipt. James Barnard, agent of the St. Louis Board of Underwriters, is in the city for tlie purpose of adjusting the damages on the wheat sunk ou the rapids the other day. Tho insurance nn the steamer Charles Rebstock has been adjusted, the owners of the boat receiving $3,500. and the wreck, which was bought by Capt. Vun Saut, of LeClairc, for $200 Fire alarm boxes havo been placed in the public schools of JNew lork city. PUBLIC NOTICE. To John A. DagfU'V, No. 45Kust28Ui Street, Nrw York; City, Nv York: By order of the City Council of tho city of Hock lslumi. vou are nt-rcny noniu-a 10 mi loin lurct ca four (4K Ave (h). six (II). huvou (7) uud eiirlit (H) In block forly-tiiree (43), fn tlie t'hk'UKOor Lower Addit ion to the city of Kock lslniul,;toa line drawn fnim a puliit on tin nouth niilf uf tnid block twe fi-ut below tho prHtic Kxtnltllflicd for Sixth t veil no oujiusiif Hiijil block, to a lino on tlie north side of Haul Mock three feel ho'ow the rade entnhlinlied fur Kith avuimu npixiMitt uid block, within ten (Hi) aityn rroin tin- time. Lnlt'MB this notice iu comit'led with, within the tho time Hperiried. rlu(,n will he taken lo till the same ut your cxjn'nne. Pitted ut Hock island, tlilt 91th dn or C lohL'r, A . H., lSMTi.. IS V. VCKHAltT, CHy Mnrrdml. C. C. TAYLOR, Owing to his rapidly increasing WALT, 1'AI'KU AND OUUTAINS, business lias removed to more larger quarters where he has adileil lanrelv to his stock. He has tho linest line of Stationery, to be found iu the three cities. Blank Books of every kind and quality; Visiting Cards, Al bums, Scrap Books and Pic ture Autograph Albums, Pocket Books, Hand Bags, Baskets, and hundreds of other things too num erous to men tion. Remember the place, under the Rock Isl and House. niirnnfifm? n a vnTh' SOFT COAL STOVE. Is the Best Parlor . Call and st-o it at HIVBRilDBsnilMSTflVES JUST RECEIVED. We have just received direct from the importer a very fine wide-angle Rectilinear Lens. This class of instrument embraces an angle of about 100 degrees and is especially constructed for making views in confined situations. As it is the ONLY LENS of its kind in tho three cities, we can unhesitatingly say that we are the ONLY ONE IN THIS VICINITY FULLY PREPARED to Photograph interiors of Stores, Halls, Parlors, Libraries, Etc., Etc. Full particu lars regarding prices, Sic, upou application. RASMUSSEN, Photographer, N. E. Corner 18th St., and Second avenue. THIS SPACE IS RESERVED FOR THE POPULAR CENTRAL SHOE STORE -OF G. L. fc S. No. 1708 Call and see Our Bright, New and Desirable Selection for Fall Trade of Carpets, Oil Cloths, Curtains, Rattan Goods and Household Decorations. !S?YVh must, shall, can and will meet all wants. CORDES & KANN. Nos. 1500 and CIlHmltcr mid Parlor HtMB a specialty. XjOOIC -A.T THEM, MCINTIRE & CO.. ARK RKCK1V1NG TIIKIR NEW FALL diiui nmm v v mm 000 D 1K ft v v 1. u o o 1 D R K Y Y (1 O ( l U HKBR YY II O O 1, U 11 K Y . (1 0(1 O O II U K K Y II II II O U1IDD K K V ottO OIK, Bright, New and Desirable Selections for Fall, pronounced by Critical and Economical Buyers to be Satisfactory in Qual ity; Satisfactory in Style, Satisfactory in Price. Special allenlinn 1b called In ibe following DresS Goods, Tricotp, Flannels, French Mixtures, Stripes, ltougli Effects, Elegant line of Illack Goods, etc. Black Silks flue line of best makes. Bee die following: Colored Silks, warranted. Wool Hnliiics, all sbades. All Sbades Cashmeres, HO in. wide, Bilk Velvet, German Worsted Yarns, Ladies Caslimere llose, Tlie above are only a few of our litttgaiiiB, ku tock. . IB, BIIRIECEirIFIEIlilD, Dealer in all kinds ot SCHOOL BOOKS, Stationery, Confectionery, Choice Cigars, Toys, Etc., On Fourth Avenue between Twentieth and RICHARD F. WITT, Licentiate " in pharmacy, SUCCESSOR TO F. M. W1J EATON, -DIALER IN- UyEL E f Arul Toilet VP Stove now made. DAVID DON'S. N. WYNES, 2nd. Avenue. 1508 Second Ave., Rock Island. (KHI 1,1,1, D .1 O IJ 11 1 0 II II I, 1, O 11 o 1 O I, (KM, Ulllll, $1,00 per Yard, former price $ 1,25 .25 " ' .35 .25 .85 .US ' " ' " l,g5 .211 "skein " ,5 .25 " pair ' " .85 011 am rorctiHlljr trivlUd lo intigiert our mammoth MoINTIltE & CO. Twenly-flrel Bis., ROCK ISLAND. DBTJQS, Preparations, er 2nd Ave., and 17U1 bts.