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legits lie 1 o VOL. XXXIV. N(. 3D. WE CHALLENGE THEM ALL! BAEEING NONE! Oa Piicfs, Variety of Style ami EU-nunt Fits in Clothes for the Clothes for the Clothes for the Clothes for the Hats, Shirts, Gloves, Underwear. Our New Fall Goods are now on exhibition and arc full of attractions; tho main features are the elegant now designs and the Extremely Low Prices. See our now stock, it is tho largest in the vicinity. Learn our prices, they are the lowest in the city. THE GOLPEN EAGLE makes no idle boasts, always does as agreed, never misrepresents but tills a promise to Hie letter. Come and see our late arrivals of Boys and Ciiildrkn's Clothing, They afe really beautiful and bo cheap. No trouble to show goods; gentlemanly clerks to wait on you. All goods marked in Plain Figures! Positively One Price? The Golden Eagle Clothing Store Post. Ollice Block, Rock Island, Illinois. A. LOEB, Mang'r. J. 13. ZIMMEE, MM MM V,Y M M M M I-'. M M M M K M M M M I- M M M M K M Si M M K KKunidt fccv, ii It It (J (Ml tl An-NN II A V NN II A A N N it ur, K It ft Hit tl It It ! II 1111 II A A N N N II II A A A N N N VH II A ANNS H M M M HKRKlt It IVL'O 11 II A AN Has received bin Slock of FALL AND WINTER SUITINGS, I AND OVERCOATINGS, A larger and liner stock than oyer. No. 1810 Second Avenue, Hock Island, 111. Our Fall Importations of Suitings and ( Kvrcoatings are replete with all the iNoveiiies oi i no y i Season. JDA.VTS H 1 liCi&ij a-"eav&: a il XS line o Furnishing nr- ;'J -v IF" ' ' Deere's Block, Moline, 111. ' Teloplioje 10M. A ii r, oon ui! A A 1 1 I. O If A A III. O H A A M!i "Kit AAA 11 L t A I I I. II O It T T T T A AM l.l.U.t, OOO it We challenge 'oniparison in our f Hats and Men's Goods generally. & CO., PLUMBERS Steam Fitters. A cnnijilolc slock of Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing, Ilos.Fire Brick, Etc. SftK' atrciit" fot Water Motors for Sewing Ma chines, Etc., Dcanc Steam Pumps, Mnv-flfv f'o'rre Pnmns. Safety Heating Boilers, and Colt tractors for furnishing and Lay- ing Water, Gas and Sewer Pipe. 1712 First Ave., Rock Island, Illinois. Telephone 118, Residence Telephone it)7. NTiTTT N 'I' N 'I A TENEMENT HORROR. THIRTY-SIX FAMILIES NARROWLY ES CAPE BEING ROASTED ALIVE. A Widow and lUr Tho ftaus htur lturntd to a I'riup A Tenant of the Ilulld Ihk Itrarued from a I.yn.-tii itg 1'arty I.um if Lifo In J ml In. New YoitK. Nuv. '4 A fli-a was ili covered in th live-story .loubli) tenements fl4 un t f(i Kast Ktx'y fourth htroot, at 2 o'clock Mon.lay m truing. In one bouso thero were uixteoii an I in tho other twenty families, nearly all Bohemian viar makers. VV tioji the frightened tonants awoke they fauuii the stair way in il-unes and all cbanoo of escaping cut olf except by the tiro etfcnpea. Tliuy ioeiuiid incapable of rroperly iiaing theso luuderu life-.mvin? aiders, and huJdled in Kr-MijH on tho landing while tlie (latno-i burat tl'ough the roof and bot fur up into tho air. An alarm brought 6o vera! engines and boak-aiiil-la l dor companies to tho sme. Tho iirrmen of lb. lifs-savinR corp saffly brought the. f ritjUtf-iiod an J t-onfu e.l tenant to the ground. Tho Hhiverii; po p!e in tho i r nifjlitclotlios wereennvoyed thruuIi tho rain tn a neighboring boue- It took an hour and a half's work to extinguish tho tire. On an upptr flxr of 4 til thay fouu l the bo )i h of Mary Tialka, a widow 41 years old, and her two daughter i, Mary, aged 7, and Annie, agisl 0. They wora burned ti a crisp, and wt?re lyin close to a window leading to a lire-crtcniie when found. In the morning n man infonnel tin police that lie and the othor tenants be lieved tiiat lionry lvbot, in wlio apart meiits tho fire originate I, had sat tiro to the building. Detuctivos at once hastenel to the bouse to arreit bim. They wore just in timt for the frenziol Bohemian were trying to get bold of bim to lynch him. After a hard flht the otllcars gut tbair man In safety ti tin noliej station. Justice Duffy ramandol hint to await t!i investigation of the tire marshal. La'i iai Henry Kohut, the Hobumiim who i uccusod of salting tire the tetiement oi Kat Kixty-fourth strdot, has lioen fonn ally charged with arsou and murder, the pidice having obtained evidoucj on nigh to warrant ucU a charge. Kohut, it h lie Loved set tho place on tire in order to re cjver a hjavy in-iurancj that be lield on hi furniture. This was insured for $'M0 while it woi worth baroly $T.i. Testimony given by Anton Soilz, one of thn tenants of the bur no I tenement, points Htrongly to Kohut as being tho direct cause of tho tiro, tho witness having discovered K 'hut's rooms saturated with kerosone oil a:id benzine. KeitK'a testimony was cor r berated by a man named Ball, who al ;o had npai tmeuts in the building. Throe ftloti C'rnshd to ltli. I'iiutlaxi), O-'o., Njv. 21. Three men, John Cannon, J.iiuei J. Smith, and J. Harry Haul, cm I -minors, working at the little town of Franklin, near Seattle, wore cru b id to doath Saturday night in their cabin. They wore sitting around the ttovj, smoking aud telling yarns, when a lre tnv, rotten nt the butt, fell ov r, crushing the bouse and the throe occupants witii it. Thero was no wind. Ail die I within an hour (laul was aired iiS, and leaves a wife and child at Seattlo. t'annon whh ngod M, and loaves several children back east. Ktuith was agod S, and uih mai rio 1, The Eastern Catanlysin. Ij ).voos, Nov. '4. Disputchos from Cal cutta -ay that nppilling havoc has bten wrought in several districts of eastern India by a terrible cyclone. In Orisa tlio water ro;t to such a Itoiglit that 150 villages have bi'un submerged, and 5,000 or O.OOu pecpl-j drownol. Tiio didails of the Uainao d-jtu in the other di-tricts is not known, but it is s ippo-ed that thuus.mds of lives wero lot. Tne track of the Morin covered over l,0t)U square utiles. Four toe! ii Men Missing. London, Nov. :.'4 The touw Iberian which wont ashore Haturday in the Dun man us bay lias broken up and her cargo is drifting. A tmat containing fourteen men bolougitig t" the steamer is niis.iug. The eattlu which composod part of the Iberian's cargo wore saved. Well raid Tor a Kind Aot. Kinoston. N. Y.( Nov. 'M. Jennie June-. Is a pretty young lady residing nt Highland, Ulster c-uuty. She is a dressmaker by trade. Ouj day about a yaar a?o, while employed in Njw York, sho b3friended an old 1 1 ly wlio ba 1 loit her pock etbook by lo.miug her a small amount of monoy, and nUo assisted her across t; e street when the horse car in which the hail mot bur cume to tho place where the old lady wished to alight, Mi-s Jones gavo her naino and place of residence to tlie old lady, at her re quest, and thought no more uf U. . A day or so ago Aii-ts Jones received a letter from a lawyer in HuiValo, which stated that by the death uf an old laly in that city she was heiress to 1,000, Tne lady who bo mieathod the iiinny was the pardon whom Miss Jones hail nsi--ted a year ago, Is N B.ontfor Sunerstitluui. I'.ouL.iNtiTON. U'i--., Nov. 4. (leorgi al-iacb. a farmer living near bore, was con siderably alarmed l ist week try a partridge which alighted on tit; head uu throe suiv co si vo ii ays while ho was at work i n tho litdd. liaiug of superstitious n a t u re, he w as filled with f ore , boding . which were streugthendd by the comments of bis neighbors, who predicted that ho was sure to meet with misfortune. Saturday be received word from New York that an uncle had died and loft him a large BKtato. Ho "tar ted for New York city Mon day moruing. A ltroIum Panic New York, Nov. 4. There was a panic nt the consolidated petroleum ox change in tbo early dealings Monday morn ing on account of a further tumble in pe. troleuin of 0 cents fully 17 en its lower than a week ago. Many brokers are ro portiHl embarrassed. A 11 a. in. the bulls ucceoded in checking the downward glide when the price touched mue, and at 11 a. m. it was up t 95 'kC Imports of Specie. New York, Nor. 4.-The total espirts of specie from this port during the past week were f4l2,0u. Of this amount the export to Europe ware 315,501 silver and and $1,070 gold, and the exports to Havana fl.VJ silvtr and f l3L,0on gold. The im ports of specie at the port during the week were - 8 11, Mi Mr. rarnell Will Not Stand. Drni.iN, Not. 24. Much surprise baa been cause! in political circles by the an nouncement that Mr. Farnell has concluded to withdraw from the contest of a parlia mentary division of Liverpool, for which he bad heretofore asserted he would stand. The Correct Thin. Brooklyn, Nov. 24. Joseph Groblewski, the Russian who poisoned his wife and wa convicted of the crime on Thursday la?t was Monday sentenced by Judge Mooro tl be banged on Jan. 15, lSSti. E. W. Hurst represents the leadin American and Foreign Insurance Co's Policies carefully written at current rates iirency established 1874. Office over Rock Island National Bank. 110CK ISLAND, TUESDAY. NQVE3IREK 24, 1SS5. THF CATTLE MEN AGAIN. AMemuljr of tbo St. Louie Convention In&tiKural Speeches. Bt. Louis, Nov. J4. The socond annual convention of the Cattleman and Howe Urowers association of the Unitod Htate: opened in the Grand Moic Hall of the Ex position buildings. The convention wa calloi to order at 11 o'clock with 700 dele gates present After uravor bv the Hov. Dr. Hoyd, Mayor Francis welcomed the delegates to the city. Uen. Hriabiu, of Montana, and Uen. Curtis, of New York. responded. The president of the association tt;eu delivered his annual address. Col. Ii. L. Hunter, president of the eastern wing of the association, delivered the tnnual address iu which bo recommeuds consideration of tho di; eases of cattle; the improvement of breeds; the transportation and diwriift ation against shippers of live stock; the j urination or an international government commission to consider the quoftiun of restriction upon American beof in Europe; tiie necessity of substitutine soma me chanical appliance to designate cattle and thus do uway with hide-destroying brands; the formation of an espe cial association of the Hors-J-Urowing asso ciation; the tiucesMty of practical national legislation through which all existing trouiiirts can bo finally seined, and, finally, the consolidation of tho several association devoted to the cattle Interests of tho country. Professor E. H. Moore, of Colorado, read an able paper upon the "Cattle Industry of tne united states, ' highly descriptive and abounding with statistics of all lands. Ho favored iiati inal iiuarautino Jaws and with re fore uce, to the fenc ing if public land 4 stud all cattlem.Miwtiuted was the use of the lands until tho tottl.-r came, and that the time must come when villngos aud ranches would take the plac of tho rouge and tho cowboy with bruins ruko tbo plu.ee of tho cowboy with a revolver. FLOODS IN NEW YORK CITY. The Streets Along the lllvur Front Over a Foot Undt-r Wutor. New YmiK, Nov. 3-1. The collars along West and South streets were Hooded by tho high tide Monday morning causing great damage. In places the trui-ks of the sur face road wore a foot under water. The wharf rats wore driven from tho cellars and went scampering by hundreds through the street j. Tbo high tide of the North river ilid much damage to the Erie depot in Jersey City. On tho arrival of tho Nyack express at 0 o'clock in the morning, tho water in tho depot was to deep that it rouchod to tho bottom of tho cars, ami their wheels were entirely submerged. Tho era ployos laid a lino of timbers along the edge of tho platform to enable the pa-tsongors to reach the wnitiiig-rooiin and ferry. Tho docks at Htateu island were also submerged and the damage it said to bj very groat. Denouncing tho Kabbt Convention. flALTiuouK, Njv. 31. Hormoiu wore preached in thii city Saturday at the various Jewish yuagogiis deuouuciiig the action of tho recent convent on of liabbis held nt i'lttfeburg and severely criticising their pub lished ideas on reformed Judaism. The Rev. Dr. Hzild, pastor of Hanover Street synagogue, thj most influential in the city, was particularly severe in his strictures, and tho olllcial body has taken action lcokiug to the severance of its connoction with the American Hebrew congregation, by which the Jewish seminary at Cincinnati is sup ported. There is a groat deal of bitter fool ing among both the orthodox and Hoformed Hebrews over the assertion that "the rite of circumcision i-t a relic of barbarism," and that the idea of a persotinl Ood is old-fush-iotied, and should bo ahoiUhed. The ApiiHtlo Wa hi a Hole. ' OuDKV, Utah, Nov. 24, Lubpuzo Snow, one of the Twelve Apostles of tho Mormon church, has been arrosted for unlawful cohabitioiL Snow has seven wive& (Since the lirst conviction under the Edmunds law, Ia;,t spring, this polygamous apo.tle has eluded the deputy marshals. He was cap tured at the residence of wife Ho, ?, in lirigham City, Tho olllcors wont to the house nrmed with a tearch warrant, and found the culprit in the cellar, in an apartment d ug out and in geniouily arranged specially as the bidiiig place of tho distinguished saint Know waived a preliminary examination and was heldjiu $1,800 bonds to tba grand jury. This is the most prominent arrest yet made, and causes a profound sensation amongst the Mormon. Valuable Coal Lauds In New Mexico. El Paso, Tex., Nov. 34. Mining ex porta sent out by tho Pennsylvania Railroad com pany have found a vein of coal extending through the mountains at White Oaks, N. M, about 14. miles northeast of El I'aso. Tbo vein averages six feet in thickness, and U clear of slate. The quality of coal is found to bo very superior, of a hard, bitu minout'chfiract.tr, almost equal to autlna cite in its htatin- properties. Large de posits of beautiful black marbld have also boon discovered in the same vicinity, the vein exceeding tweuty feet in thickness. Eastern capitalists are contemiitiug the building of a railroad from White Oak to Kl lJaso, wb;re tbeo valuable minerals will tind an outlet by six great routes. Appointments. Wasiiinciton City, Nov. 21. The proi. dent Monday made tho following appoint mcnls: Andrew H. Ward, special examiner of drugs, medicines and chemicals in the district of Ho-itoti aud Chartestnwn, Mass.; Newton H. Larue1, postmaster nt Fairmont, W. Ya. He also made the following naval promotions: Andrew E, K. Ren ham, to be commodore; Ueurgo C Kemey, to be cap tain: Fianklm Han ford, to bj lieutenant commander. Ouly Four Nun Living. Hai.timork, MJ., Nov. 34. Samuel Jennings aged S3, one of the old defenders of J 814, is dead. There are now but four living in Baltimore out of the 1,309 who formed an organization in 1843 to annually celebrate the battle of North Point Mr. Jennings was the oldest private in Baltimore. He was the first printer to set to type "The Star ypanglel Banner." Fire in a lloya' Iteform School. Plai.vfield. Ind.. Nov. 24. One of the larger brick buildings belonging to the iState Reform school for boys, situated hero, was destroyed by fire Sun lay night, inirnlDinnr A ctnt.4 liiaa .f uv..rjl tU.-...Jnil dollar.-, fully covered by insurance. Tl:s tire originaceu irom a aerectiva furnace. Death or EI iiit Writ'tU. Nkw York, Nov. 34 E izjr Wr'ght, the well-known aholitioui-t of year eeo, died at Med ford, Mass., Sunday, ogled 81. He had been connected with many njwspapirs and was a distinguished author and actu ary. ' The lae If. II. Clnfl n's (lenermiry. New York, Nov. 3 In 1 Is sermon, Sun day, Mr. RffrhtT said fce had been informed that Mr. Claniirs chanties amounted to nearly fl.oou.oou. The public would nevor know where ttii- c Mn hnwpr was to fU, ira and Accident Insurance in reliable companies at lowest rates, apply to . Lieberknecht, real es rale, loan and insurance agent, aud nota ty public. Collections made. OtBce 171 Second avenue. eodtf t County Banding. TRAKSKKIIS. 21 Magnus P. Larsoo lo Casirr Vil thum. pt lols 1 ami 2, block 1, Iltalj's Hub divisinu, Xi, 18, lw, 7S5. 1 rROHATI-:. 23 Estate of Oscar W: Wicknan, de ceased. Order authorizing ailnnnistralor m compromise claim a,i;aiust C, 11. I. tfc 1'. 11. ii. Co. Hard Coal. Have you bought vour liard coal? Wntkins tt iliil will deliver all grades of bard coal. (Jive them a call. Telephone 111)7. MOST PERFECT MADE ppt parcd by n physiciau with snccfal regard to hi'iillb. Nu Ammonia. Lirim or Alum. $1,00. NEW lUJl'ARTUUE. Money ! Money ! ! Money ! ! ! The Merchants Tea Co., 401 lirndy slrcct, coinmchce th'iir tniifley days to1 day, when every cuu on Hit) shelves will contain a sum or money, running m amount from 10 to $5(1; no blanks. You cunnot buy a cuti without getting money in it. As this will probably be Hie last week this company will give away pres ents with their cans of (eaand coffee, we wish to giro Iho citizens of Davenport, Hock Island and Molinc a bene lit before leaving the city. Money days the bal ance of this week. Price $1.00 per can, 6 cans for $5. 00; 13 cudb for $10; 27 cans for $20. Orders by mail promptly forwarded lo nil parts of the United Slates, and must be accompanied by cash or P. O. order. The following is a partial list of fortu nute purchasers who found valuable souvenirs in their cans of tea and cof fee: Mr. II. F. Peterson, drv donds mers chant, jrentnne diamond stud; Mrs. John Lai km, i to fit island, solid gold ring; Jir, A. Weinberg, Sr., Hock Island, stem winding and stem setting watch; A. F. liaroer, conductor C, ii. tV l. railroad, Kock Island, solid gold ring; Miss Mary Olscn, Ninth street, ladies' diamond collar button; Arthur Smith, farmer, Hock IsN and, stem winding and stem sotting watch; lady refused uitnie, solid gold ring; Mrs. Mary llcntzU-tmm, 1 1 24, Maraqclte street, yeauine diamond ring; ii. C Widire, teamster, !i50 in currency; SI. King, braUeinan C'., H. I. tt P. railway, Hock Inland, ladies' chateluin wateh. THE PIONEER MUSIC STORE LOCATED 1857. J. C. WALLACE, Dutl.T in Pianos, Organs, SHEET MUSIC, - Ami it ktnuV of Musk-al Instrnnif nts. The Ip.i'fl Ml'SICAL NOVKI.TliiS : The Gem Roller Ori;:i!i ! The Auto Harp, &c. Special iiilv.'inlii'jci' in Inyinix from Tliii- hiitU'e; lt. Thi only ::ci' in ihic vk:f ity wbt;r yon run irrt Hip titU.u MHlXi i'lAM (no ruslo: of ihc ttrin.. l snd. The r'y plan' when: ou tun flml the World-Famed Bufdett Organs. Siil. A thorniii'li knowtp.1ire of IntrmnntP,. poiisc ient io'. advice to cuntoniiTs fur iht'ir inter- 't. 4th. Ahilitv to tliomnchlv n-iir anv in-trn- meiiT fmm ft Piano to a Jt-ws Iliny. Call in or write to J. r. WALLACE, 118 XCcrt Second Stnet, lv-iiimr-. Iowa. a P. SWANSOH, Contractor and Builder, No. 2i2i 4th Ave., Resilience, No. 1308 SeTentb Avenue, ROCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS THE MAKKETS. Chicago, Nov. 2a Tba market quotation! 0.1 tii) bjarj ol traite, U-Utiy, wore asfullowj; Wheat Na. ii WuveinlMir, upened S7Jt. claw J 87,o; DocoUiUir, ofwnei ti1)'., i-io-ed HSk:; Jhu uary, opoue.l S'.-,1.', clu od bse. Corn No, 'J Nuvi'inbor, uj.-enej elo-el 4'-ic DecoinU'r, venui -ilhc, e!aei 4Ie; year, optmed 4l,i, cloiii 4ir; Jauunry, ofwueti 35,0, cIodU Wl. tJatH N . 2 hfceinber, openod clwt'l 'ifi; January, aliened and closed Ii! '-; 3Muy. inmntni lilo, t-lttrwd 81e. I'ork Dueduibcr, upeued $S.b.O, closed .yit; January, oponod clo eil k'XMi; February, t'Jwr'-tf. fJuse.1 $10.05; Mny, oeneJ 10.!t', closol 10. -t .'1. Iard Ddiumtwr, ojmni uud closel i0. 15; January, odn-i 1, ii.--.i $0 Feb ruary, opened 'J7., cii-til iti,iJ; jluiuu, opened ti.:i7i1', close. I li.4i. Iive htflclt Tiio Union Stuck yar.11 re port tlJO following r.iiie of priced, Hogi Tiie market ueneil u olive and linn, with packers and sbipiiwra buying iroely; lieavv Hits a tritle bigbur: light grd.les $;l.JU( 8.05; rough iackiuj heavy packing aud shipping lots, $;il,)C4.Lh.r. C'aLtle Generally cteiniy; shipping, .'1.U.'')(.(4 4,41; butchers. J.0U(:J.7."; a tuckers. :i.4Ut S.iK). Hhecp Steady ; cuUirnou, $A0Of :i,0U; gool, 1X00.60. Froduce: liutter Fa- cy creamery, I3"t(fll Vc; koinI (fairy, I7(gltic; packing, ?tf$bo per 1 b. Frean-laiii, 2 Ic ier dot Fotatoes Karly rose, 40j4oo er bu; llurbanks, fi)(.Vc; mixed lots, 35(4Uct all on ti'tick in car-lot; sweet potatoes, 1.10(1.15 por bbl. poultry Chickens ttc per lb.; turkeys, HtSc; duckt, 8c; geese, 0057. U0, and prairie chickens, 4.00(54..i jier loz. Apples Choice to fancy, $1.50&l-7. and toconds, $1.00 J LM iwr bbt. New York. New Your. N.-v. 2:1. Wheat No. U rod winter J.ccuibcr, iic; do January, yao bid; dti 1-Vltrtmry t 6c. Cum No. J itiix-il Ntvember, ;V4. bid; do December, w-i.Vl (' January, iiuc. Oats No, mixed December, Jl-i'i'cj' dt. January, a0!c bid. Itye Dull atid unchanged. Barley Numiual. Purk-Dull: mes, $li). Lmi" $0A December; $ti."4. January. St. Liui. St. Lou 13, Nov. Wheat Lower; No, 2 red 'cash, IM-j.'j Novo in bo rt i4 '-r; December, tfjjjc; May, $1.0o,V. C'ornLuwH-; cah, arc; N iveiu bor, iiTc; yejr, 'i4;io; Muy, atl'e b d. Oats Steady; higher for cah; 2ii-' No: vember; December and year, Wi1.- bid; Mny, HO lc. Rye Firmer; .V.t"(ri(uc, Whi.ty Steady; l.)0. Provision' J' rk steady; now, lo. Jard Nominally $t) U Toledo. TfiLKiio, Ohio, Nov. 2'.. Wbat Active mid tirni; cash ur Niv Vem bar, U"ic; December, If.Vc; January, Wi4c; February, !H li c ; May, 4i . Corn Qu.ct.; cah, 4do askb t; November, nominally 4;!c; year, 41c; January :s,'ic; May, liltfiC Oats Scarce; cash,3tic bid; May, u;fc. Clover Seed ymcl; cash or November, $5. Hit; December, j.o.'; Janu ary, i.7."; i'obnmry, $-.H4. ClJM'AUO, Article. Ope nl us. niins Wht- ort. .... .... Nov. HS'A mi Dec. H74 H7 .Illll. 8H t: coiiN nt-.t. .... Nov, 424 4ili lcc. SH HS'i .Intl. 3HVii HH'i Oats Oct. S4 Nov. as 14 iiHK, Dec. as,1, SHIt .Jan. .... Por.F Oct. H 71 Nov. 8 nr a) Her. 0 yr sin Jan. 10 17!4 II' a LahD f'ct. .... .... Nov. II r ti 17 ncc ii a.-! 6 17 .Tun. ii Ti 0 a HlBa Oct, 4 75 Nov r 1)3 4 Tu Dec. 4 W, 4 70 Jiiii. 5 00 4 H! Ib." i:0n; liilil, a r,3 3570; misud, 3 70 h-av, 3 7:i4 09 HOCK ISLAND. ll.iy Tim.illiv 51.00 H;iy Willi 9:0.0(1. live 4i)r. t!orn -Ol.I r.r. New, 3lc F'ot uocii-Trtli' . Olioim tide. 1 Soft II : haul fS SI. 8tra v 1K1 HALF-CENT A WOUii. Tin: A no m hL-reafrer will jnitilish hi lliia col iiinii till ii'ivrrtint'RitMitu of Ijwt, FoiiikI. For Ki'iit i''or Sale, Uo ipl or Hooms, Wantt d. ami similar nol icce, at the low ratf of one-half a rent a wont. atli tiirure a word, but no auvertnscnictit icnn Unui Xi'H cents. UOK 8ALK, OLD VATKIiS IN ANY 0"anl''y t till" oflicc. clit'iip. Voll 8ALK, A 1IOKSK, HAKNKSS nucl 1 iylit I wtt mi' 11 lint iv;i"nii clitiim; pnmitrfi ot 13 (J II AS KIKBUi. If OM BALK, A GOOD SKCOND HAND J'iitno, will lie cold I'henii. I-Infinirc nf -li-t LOTHAK IIAHMS. IO H SALE, SIXTV LOT 3 IN MY AD ' ililifinM - ii Hm fit v ttf Uiult litiiil t.n fnur vcflr- Iv OKvtueittP, with tnti-rict nl ix per (vnl per un liinn." H DAVENroiiT. FOU liKNT FUKXISHKD KOOMS, wiih or without lioartl; Third avenue, one dour wc.t of baptifl itiuich, oppoitc Court lhiie. 17 it A. MurNWin.i.. w ANTOD, A OIKL TO DO OKN- (THniousf wark; t-mjuiro at No 1:!I7 Konrtli 14 w, N 1 K D , TWO P A L K S M F X TO akc orders for our pomlt ; apply vj A DA M F(J CO., 11') Main streH. Ilavi-nport. Iowa. WANTED. A GENTLEMAN OF OOOD address, iutcllijxent. and liavinjr a fair Kn-.'- linh cibifatioD. us out door r-alonman .Must be rat years oi'i; apply i" r. r. loiiut, in Main id rcc t, DavcniMiri, Iowa. i-iui HOCK ISLAND K . MEYER, rmpriolor- Oysteks, Fish, Game (in Season. Thii-k, Pigs Feet, Tongue, Pickled Goods, Etc., Etc., Opp. Union Square, Nos. 1917 and1919 Second Aveuue. FULTON MARKET ! R. CRAMPTON & COMPANY The RADIANT HOME and the CLIMAX COOK are the BEST Stoves in the world. WILLARD BAKER & CO.'S Rock Island, S. H. MOORE'S ewing Machine Room Third Ave., and Twentieth St., Rock Island, 111. A FULL Bl'l'I'LY OK ICC Of various kimW aHvajs on liand. It will pay ynn to rail and hcp tin. Psymentt easy, Jivery Miichine Tlioroujfltly Wanauleil. We Repair all Kinds of Machines, Krfp Oil. Nenllew nml ntip!k'w for (ill kiin'w of Machini'i. in f,wt Imvi' a Clfnenil S wing Mnciilne hi1 Hnpply Hoiiho. Wit HHy uyrtln, T"It will pay you to come and see us. AT TJ1E ROCK XeHj-A-lXTID Skating Rink! Mle vs. Bromley and ffall. Tuesday Evening November" 24th, 1885 New Oyster Parlor. f o p,,r ., Una ononttl a Now OvMer Parlor and Confectionery iVirb vjAH AL, KHtahlUhnitnl, at No. 1324 Third Avenue, Rock Island, And nolle its ft chare of public patnmfle. iy"()ystcr 25 ccntH a illsh. New Meat Market 1 STOLTENBERQ Sc STEINBECK, Proprietors. No. 2"22i Fourth Avenue, Rock Inland. ftayTlie best BrndcR of Fresh Hnil Sailed Meals constantly on hand. A fair iiharo of public imtrouage is respectfully solicili-il. JOHN T. NOFTSKER SELLS Acorn -Cook Stoves, Early Breakfast Cooks, SSSjHard Coal Heaters, LAUREL, . ) Wi'11 tl"1 celtbraled Duplex Grata, l ALSO THE r.cifi oo i. iidd rr.B Hi ff ; Rsss. tttt a kbe a O O E I O PI N It jf "SSS. T A A RBR r. r.O O O L DDF KS S T AAA K K GGO OO LLLL DUD IF. II H NS "sffl" T A A K U Soft Coal Parlor Stove, the finest Stove out for Illinois Coal. , Isinie eure and see them before buying. PRICE FIVE CENTS. Opposite Harpor House. Illinois.