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VOL. XXXIV. NO. 32.
WE CHALLENGE feat?" ..-r-.. SaEStayC'SfSECI BAKEING NONE! On Prices, Variety of Style and Elegant Fits in CLOTHES. Clothes for the Old. Clothes for the Young. Clothes for the lig Ones. Clothes for the Little Ones. Hats. Shirts, Gloves, Underwear. Our New Fall Goods are now on exhibition and aro full of attractions; the main features are the elegant, new designs and the Extremely Low Prices. See our new stork, it is the largest in the vicinity. Learn our juices, 1 hey are the lowest in the city. THE GOLDEN EAGLE makes no idle boasts, always does as agreed, never misrepresents but tills a promise to the letter. Come and see our late arrivals of Boys and Children's Clothing, They afe really beautiful and so cheap. No tronbje to show goods; gentlemanly clerks to wait on you. All goods marked in Plain TheGoldenEagle Post Oflice A. LOEB, Mang'r. J. 33. ZIMMEE, MM MM V.Y.KK ItHHK (KXXMI M HI !l i k it 111! M M M M K H li (' M M M M KKB KIIKU (! M M M M K It Hi' M MM M K It Hit M M M KKKP. H K C N S N N N N 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 A A It II A A fl IN T If II A AN 'CI C 1 1 II A AN Has received, his Stock of FALL A-ISTD WINTER SUITINGS, AJSTD OVERCOATINGS, A larger and liner stock than ever. No. 1810 Second Avenue, Hock Island, 111. Our Fall Importations of Suitings and Overcoatings are replete with all the Novelties ol mo S Season. AJ$r YAW A. -S S AAL A A W A A ayA'P- AAA A sA a W DAVIS wa Deerk's Block, Moline, 111. Telopho.ii JU. THEM ALL ! Figures! Positively One Price; Clothing Store Block, Hock Island, Illinois. DIHI H It 11 II 1 O It li ) Ml! II I (MiliKK AAA II I. I II If It A All 1. I.I.I. I. IM I aw ' We challenge comparison in our line of Hats and Men's Furnishing Goods generally. & CO.; Steam Fitters. A complete etnrk of Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing, Hose, Fire P.rick, Etc. Sole agi ntu for Water Motors for Sewing Ma chines, Etc., Deane Steam Pumps, Novelty Force Pumps, Safety Heating Boilers, and Con tractors for furnishing and Lay ing Water, Gas and Sewer Pipe. 1712 First Ave., Rock Island, Illinois. Telephone 1148. Betidenc Telephone 1007. A AsA. YAA A ATLANTA GOES DRV. LOCAL OPTION WILL CAUSE- THE BIBULOUS CITI2fcN I'o Keiuark That It It a Int; Timo lie tworu llrluk Kml nf mi Ktcith.3 Content In a Victors tor the Tuotul nil e-r Atlanta, ila., Nov. 27. After tho most exciting election evor huM in in tho slate-, Kulbon county has ail opto. 1 prohihithm by a muj nty of ait, out or n, pdi of 9 UJJ, Jjifcu Tiiostluy niltt the escit Jineiit wai no great, an 1 tha fean of trouble wore no grave, that tuo (lata City Gimtvls slept ou tbeir arms At tbe armory and extra police were on duty in nil parts or tuo eity. At 0 a. in. AV'.i.lno ilay.tb ) col oretl vot'T who bai boon locked up in tho various halls were marched to the iliHVront polls, and tho battle of the ballot; bunu in tload earnest. All day I0113 tha bont of huir.nr prevailed, ami the leu, lur-i of b tU sides wore active in taking up all bets otfor.td. One man had $iif0t)il in the pot, contingent upon tho suece-s of prohibition. Tin city hall was surrounded all day by uVrtr ;j,ouj. As night draw noar it bocaraa ovi dtitifc that tho con tost wai a tmnt-1-linnd air.iir, and runners won muitoiit in all (lire!liaiH to brin in tho halt, tho Iniu, and the blind. Them are twolvu product in tho county, only two of which aro iu th;) city. Tb. vnl-i in tho country precinct avt J'i-ohil.iti'ii a niH j rity of .ll.. N rtu Atlanta jrave Prohi bition a majority of Jl votiw out of a hU of y.ftjo. This left only ouo prueinct to h -ar from, Ban lb Atlanta, at which Uioi nn a poll of ovfr IJ.OJD. It was known tn be tlm anti-l'rohibition stronbold.and al! tlia "wot1 in mi liad claiut3d it by a niaj rily of 7)), tbo l'robibitiuuist concediiiic it by 4'.'!'. Thus when it was known that tho l'rohibitotmti cam t this prueinct with a majority of &.VJ the utmost enthusiasm provailod io tho city. If t ho prohibition coneossiou was Hiibstautiatcd it. would give tbe county to tha "dry' mm by 11 inijority of 150, ami If tho claim of til; "wut" men pruVi'l trim it would go "wot" 1.10. Kverytutni dupundod on tiiii precinct, and thousands of 111011 collut-tod (irouud it. When it was announced that, it had gono ''wet'' by a majority of only tho mint intense enthusiasm prevailed. This gave tho Prohibitionists tbw county by n nm j ti ity of Ml, and the great light endod with a 1'rohibition victory. Tho city is in a state of tha wildest ox citH'iucnt. ProhibitiouisU aro pirn I in tho tivota by the thousands, and torchns and l.ontiivs light tho heaven j. TltU is not, howovnr, tho ond of tho 1'rohiliitoti light. The J'rohibitionists doclnro th.it not until tho Htate Is absolutely a i'robi liit.ion territory will the tight bo stopped. Already in-itructiom havo Imjjii sont nut to tho leader in tbe county to s:-o that nil can li late.s for the tato legislature, for governor, for congress, and. all othor of I1U'04 fhonld be pledged to Prohibition. Tho pushing of the J'rohibition question into the iictive loliticaof tha stato has creatod un Uuudetl excitomeut . in all sections. Tho Prohibition isU openly declare tlioir purpose of only slaudiu by tho De mocracy in so far aa the parly makes itself a Prohibition party. Cheers for Ht. John sro heard on all side; If a notional elec tion were to take place this week tho Htato would voto the Prohibition ticket The negroes aro all actively committed to pro hitiition, and go urmaud-arnt with their white allies THE SLAUGHTER GOES ON. Itlooilr I'lght tit VI' I ill 11 Con trad U-lory IHpatclio.f iu t INmfo I'robuhlllticn iu Lliti Orient. Liimii i., Nov. 27. Dispatcho recoi vetl rnnii lidgrado siiy that it w;w olllcially nn noiniced there WeJnosday that King Milan had accepted tho armistice proposed by tha p.iwir-, and that tlie belief is prevalent t.st'oiighoLit St-rvia that the war is over. A re-KiUiun of hostilities and a discontinuation of the military preparation iu progress aX tho arena la has b.teu ordered, and tbo Ui'ig's decree summoning tho landsturm into uctivo sorvico has been rescinie.I. Never thclos, serious lighting coutiuuos in in tho XV id in district During the whole of Tuesday night: the Hervian force kept up a severo bombardmant on tbo town of U'idin, and early Wednesday morning, after having boon heavily re-onforcod, at temp tod to carry tho iutronch m?nts by storm. Tho attack was unsuccessful, an I after three hours of bloody fl;.;U tiii the Ktrviau col umn wasdrivon back. Another attack was made by the Servians during tho afternoon, tut they wore again repulsed. Dispatches from Holla place the question of peace in the Balkans in a soma what dif ferent light They uiy that King Milan sent a 111 wsaje under a llig of truce to tho Jtulgarian advanced line, proposing pace t thi request of the Mwors. Tbo Bulgarians sent the message to Princo Alt?x:inilor. Tbe latter declined to ac cept tho proposition on tho ground that Uulguria bad not rocoivod such a Toque -t from tho powers Prince Alexauler refu e to couside" a paca pro posal until thi Servians have ov u-uaiol tbo Widin didrict and the amount of war indemnity payable by Srvia to Bul garia has leu-lijcod. it is suppos? I, how over, that tho mandate of the powers had not reached Prince Alexander at tho time, and that on recoipt of it ho will order a oos-atiou of h"stilitioj. C"iinls!tliiior Itlack'n Itcport. AVAStilNtSTos Citv, Nov. -Tho first annual report of Commissioner of Ponsiona lilack shows that at the end of tho fiscal year there were :V15 li pensioners on tho roll, of whom were survivors of tho war of ispj, and 17,aiJ widows of thosi who served in that war. Tho amount paid for leu-ion was iil .S7,4:i-1. and the nvcrago value of each (tension w;is (IID.D!, JHiring M10 yenr the net increa e to tha pendon-roll "was -"J.'iO names and an increase in tbe value of tS,ti'.i,S There were paid out $.;9,:iVi on account of arrears of tension. Since lttl H)S.S40 rlainu for pensions have been presented, of which number oSt) have hn nllowod, aggregating in value i44,04)l..p. L'umuuj-sionor Black recommonds that an increase J pnion be alio we J in cases of total deafness; that tbe aut of March 3, i&st, bo extend I to sol liarn and bailors who while in line of duty lost an arm above tlie elbow-juint or a leg abive tbj kuee-jiint lirt al-o submits & plan for preventing tbe issuance of check to traudulaot ponmoiierj. Smith, the Chicno Murderer. Oi.KVKL.ANn, Ohio, Nuv. 27. It oomr af pears that tSmnufl It. bmith, who shot his Hife last Saturday in Chicago, bas a wife in Cleveland whom ha deserted two years ago. The legal wiie says that Smith bas gray pyes in-.U-ad of darS- onts and a wom.m's head and an anchor tittooed with India ink on his arm. ltnIn Fallnro. Ntw York, Nov. 7. Iewis Droa. Kennmiy. diy gtwuis merchants, tailed Weitnetuy Inabilities 100, 000; nttf, E. W. Hurst represents the k-arlin American and Fortipn Insurance Co'a Policies carefully written at current rates, f.eenry established 1874. Office over H ck .1 aland National Bank. KOCK ISLAND, FRIDAY. NOVIUIIIEK 27, 1SS5. THE NEWS IN BRIEF. Keiily 400 window glass factory pots art out of blast in tha country. Tbo LaCroaso (Wis.) Cremation society' was iucorpjratel Wednesday. Tbo authorities of British Columbia clip nnd burn tbe pigtails of Chinese convicts. Tbe number of bogs packed in the west last week was 4VJ.000, against 445,000 lotit year. In the election at Atlanta, Oi, Wednes day, prohibition was carried by ma jority. Pun tho rs, will eat', and bearj are re p.irted very numerous iu Sullivan and Tioga counties, Pennsylvania. D. YV. Scott was YY'eduesday appointed pistmonter at Galena, UK He hi father of J. V. Kcott, of Tho Chicago Herald. A narrow-guage train was thrown from the track noar Gastonia, N. C, Wednesday morning, twelve persons being seriously wounded. Tbe tl mr pro luctlon of the Minneapolis mills tho past week was 142, CI 1 barrels, again-t 14,j.J for tbe preceding week and 11A,740 for the corresponding time in 1884. Judge PranJorgast has decided that tbe ballots in tho contested Chicago mayoralty case coull be counted. Throe inspectors, who will also act as tallymen, wore ap pointed. Tbe Montenegrin Olficial Gazette hints that if Prince Alexander attempts to exotmto his alleged threat to annihilate tbe Servian Mon to negro will uot remain an iud ilt'e runt Kpactatur. A Jorey City lady, a few nights since, thinking her husband was asleep, inserted two capsule of ursoiiio between his lips. Upon jumping up be found his wife about to .-boot him, and be disarmed bor. Henry N. Kmitb, the New Yook broker whn-e insolvency cau-od the failuro o( YViliiam Heath & Co., filed his schedule Wednesday, showing liabilities of tl,3o0, 4tii, with actual asseu of g&Ki.lM.1. Jam--s Gamble, a Baltimore gambler, wn stabbed with a large knife. Tbe furca of tbo blow was checkoi by a package of pool tickets iu his vest pocket Otherwise bis heart, would have b(ion perforated. 'The engine and three cars of a freight train were thrown from a bridge into a river forly feet deop near Warm Springs. N. (.'., YVodnosday morning. Tha engineer and ftnmi.-tu aro buried with the wreck. A religious wave of unprecedented power and effectiveness Is swooping over Gallatin, G:i. The churches aro crowded daily and nightly, and for several hours in tbe day it is fcaid business is almost entirely suspended. K-ports from the oat announce again that the rai-iu market is it: lining. The California crop, which now cuts quite a tiguro in tho supply, is much shorter than (xpocto l, Outoitne albge i ft'JO, 000 boxes they will only be able to realise yti0,000. Buisin nvm who have bold on to tbeir crop? are lil.eiy to realize good prices nearer l.'hritmus. COMPELLED TO STOP WORK. Nun-Union Mi Drlv'Mi from the Minos by 1'nliin Bljin. YY'oous IIl'.n, Pa., Nov. 137. AH was ex citement iu the fourth oolf Wednesday, among tho miners. An exasperated Ootilla of strikerj from various points bUiw ar rived bore at 4 o'clock In tbe morning, tbe baud playing "Rally Hound the Flag, liny a1' Tho Union mon turned out en mass1, and rocoivod their brethren, and to gether they went to the tldd of battle NeilN mine', operator Neil was there with a duiihle-haiTuI shot-gun. Excitement ran high. Many of tbe strikers aii(eurel to bo rather of a dospor nto character. About 150 men are working at Noel's mines and fifty at the Globe. One hundred of these mon were met aud ordered lk;remptorily to return home. Their din ner pails were taken from them and the contents devoured by the strikers. Havoral fights endued, but the men "were finally driven from the Held. The strikers boarded tbeir craft and started down the river. Another and more serious attack is contemplated Friday morning on arrival of the boat which left Pittsburg YVodnosday nig Ut Secretary Whitney's Tliauksglving Tur keys. Washington Citv, Nov. 7. Chief Clerk Hogg, of tho navy department was busy Wednesday issuing chocks to tho employ as, on which was printed the following: The socretary of the navy has arraaged to deliver a Thanksgiving turkey to any oilieer or employe of the department who wilt avail of bis ceurtesy. By order of tho socretary. J. W. Hono, Chief Clerk. Up to (I o'clock in tho evening 108 em pl jyes had been supplied with turkeys aver age from seven to twenty -five pounds each. Army Veterans Protesting. Washington Citv, Nov. ar. Gen. Nat S. Lane, of Philadelphia, YVednosday morn ing presented President Cleveland resolu tions adopted by Meade Post, (J. A. IL, set ting forth tbat Gen. Henry K Htiulekoopar, a comrndo of that post, a Union soldier, who had lo t an arm in the service, had been been removed from tbe position of w-t master at Philadelphia, without, as far a they knew, any just cause. They therefore a-Ued tbe president whether, in the ab enca of charge affect ing a wounded soldier's oftlcial character or ability; such removal was not contrary to tbo spirit that has yd should pervade ex ecutive departments. National Cnttle-Clroirerfl' Convention. At. Louts, Nov. 7 At the session of the Cattle-grower' convention Wednesday, resolutions wero reported, recommending, among other measures, that congress pass such taws as will place tbe whole subject of quarantine agaiust cattle diseases under tbe control of tbe general government, an 1 that a commission of live mon be appointed to tbo president, who-oduty it shall bo to suppre a mi l extirpate pleuro-pneumonia and all other contngiou'i diseases among tbe cattle. The report provoked an animated and prolonged discus-don, particularly tbat part referring to plcuro-pueumonia, and it was finally laid over. An Illlrlt IHitlllnry in Detroit. Petroit. Mich., Nov. J7. Revenue officers YY'ednasday fieized a complete still in a sub-cellar under a popular beer garden resort in the eastern pgrtof the city, kept by an old Oirmau named Jacob Bel la r. Beller has lived iu the huue thirty-three yetirs aud acknowledge that the still has boon then all tbat time, but claims tbat he only ran it occasionally and for his own us?. It evidently bad been mad quite recently. Belter's property is vaiued at $xi,oo. to tdoo.ouo and it will probably be coiilUcatad. He recently obtained a di vorce and it i siid that hii wife gave the information. Prartiaa IT fore tli Interior Department Wa.shinoTos Crrr, Nov. 37. The court in general ter.n Weiue-day dented the ap plication for a writ of mandamus in tha iae of ii it. Hnrriiou against fcicretary Lamar to co:iiel 'bo latter to recognize tbe potitionrr a an attorney before the depart mentof tbe iotarior. If you have a cuutfb vou tire very fool ish to not try a box of Df. X. Stone's BroiK lnul Wafers. They will help you. iio cents. Organists in London are seldom paid mote man T w a year. DEATH OF ALFONSO. Queen Clirlnflna Appointed ltegent The Cabinet Unco list ructod. Madrid, Nov. -7. Tbo dving agonies of King Alfonso lasted continuously from Monday af tor 0001 1 until YY'odnosday morn ing. Throughout Monday night this majesty had a succession of spasmodic tits which word the result of fever and the debility caused by his long illness aud his inability to ret 1111 or assinulato food, (six onuiK'tit ptnmciHiis from Madrid and two local practitioners of Kl Pardo were in constant uttenlnnco. A general consultation wa hold Wo-lnesday morning, and tbo physicians decided tbat their royal patient was in danger of a continuance of tho spasm throughout Tuesday, and, in deed, until he should bo relieved, ot his sntieriuga by death. Tbe king suffered in tense agony at short intervals throughout 1 uesday and 1 uos.iny mgiiu tviriy Wednesday mornin tho attonding phys icians faw that tho end was near, and tho royal family, tbe chief otlicors of state and the cabinet minist:r.i were summoned. All responded in person except tbo ministers of war and the in terior, who were unable to reach Kl Pardo in tima. Tbe papal nuncio was also pres ent, bearing tho apostolic bonedicliou of tbe pope, which ho was just in tune togivo to the dying moinrch. Tno king died at pre cisely 8:45 In the morning. Premier Canuvas forthwith fummonel a meeting of the cabinet, au 1 it was hold al most immediately, the only absentee- being tbo two mini-tors above ineiitione.). Tho cabinet fnriiially appointed (jueen Maria Christina reg mt of S,j'iin in jneenrdauee with the Spanish law of -uccosmoii. In com pliance with another provision of the .ante law, all the members of tho cabinet re signed, but th'-y will retain their porti.-li h and perform tho duties of their oilu-.-s pend ing tho announcement of tho ragout's pka uro. The leuiains of k'iti;; Alfonso, after lying in state at Madrid, will be bui:el in the Pantheon, uuier tho higb ititar in the .! curitil pol ice, which is tho tomb of all the Spanish kings since Clnrlos V. The fear oit a rev Jution in M t Iril is sub siding, and it has been decided not to de dare a statn of siege iu tha capital, aud not to re-ort to martial law uulo-.s absolutely unavoidable. Keltatii ol' tlm Cahinnt. MaIiUIK, Nov. 7. O'.en Mora t.'bri-tiua, tbe rogont of rpaiu has accepted tbe resig nations of tho premier, Don Canavaa del CastcHIo anl hi-i colleagues, and has called uihu tienor P. M Sagusta to form a new ministry. It i.s probable that tho now cabinet will bo composed as far a practica ble of tho surviving members of tbe (Sagas ta cabinet of 18-S1. The names of tho most prominently mentioned for the various portfolio aro a follows- Minister of war, Capt Gen. J. Jnvollar m. Holer; minister of Hnance, Hvutor T. F. Camacho; minister of tho interior.Senor V.Gouhzalez; minister of foreign nll'airs, Honor A. Aguilar, marpiisdo la Vega do Armijo; minister of justice, Ha nor AL Alouzo Martiuest ELECTIONS IN THE BRITISH ISLES. Tory Cat 11s of Twenty Nentfi lto ported I'arnirs 8uu(!Kor Lcndon, Nov. 27. The complete returns of the elections thus far bold show a not Tory gain of twenty eoats. Both the Liberal candidate iu Portsmouth havo been elected. Tho city wus represented in tho last parliament b two Tories. Thomas Power O'Connor has defeated the Tory candidate in the Scotland division of Liverpool by a majority of l,'j:il. Bir Hugh C. Childors, who was chancellor of tbe ex chequer in Mr. Cladst no's cabinet, bas been defeated at Poutofrao by tho Hon. Howland Winn (Tory). Ash mead Bartlett (Tory) has been electod for tbo Kcclesall division of Sheflield. The Tory morning papers aro jubilant over the Tory gains that have been made thus fur in tho gouernl elections. They are beginning to call tho Tory victories a tidal wave, and they predict tho reaction in favor of tho Tories will exceed, that which re tur nod the Liberals to power in 1S0. The Daily News (Liberal) attribute the reverses thus far experienced by tho Liber als to the votes of churchmen and Pamell itos. It says, however, that, tharo is no need to despair if heroaft-er there shall be unity and activity among the YY'bigs and Radical'1. HuiiLTN, Nov M .In tbe municipal elec tions in this city Wednesday the Nationali-ts carried tlve wards, four of which had pre viously boon held by tho Conservatives, Tlie Kait C'aso DIspottMl Of. Washington Citv, N-.v. U7. The last twonty-six rases on the docket of the court of Alabama claims wore set down for llnal hearing YY'ednos lay. Owing to the absence of Gun. Crefwell, 011 ticcount of tho death of his mother, tbo cases aigrrf-i to him were undertaken by YY'alker Blaine, assist ant counsel, and were all disposed of and taken under ndviwment. Tbo court ad journed until Friday next, One hundred yearn nizo humanity was to be pitied, for it did riot have Dr. X. Srouo's BronrMal YVafurs, the orL.ftt cough cure. 25 cents. M08T PERFECT MADE Prepared by a physician with ffprcial regard to health. No Ainuiouiu. Lime or Alum. J. P. SWANSON, Contractor and Builder, No. 2i2i 4th Ave., Residence. No. 3it.S Si vcnMi Avnuv, ROCK ISLAND. ILLINOIS; Assigiee's Sale ! Weft Second ft reel, Itavetipnrt, al that nplendui Olocks, Watches, Jewelry, Ac, lately owned by G. Kklnud, cornmenrfn? Not. 81, HM,v Now li tbe ehatice for Holiday JjWUO i yum unit pct'.wr. GEO. B. BUB BELL, Assignee. I m $1,00. NEW DEPARTURE. Money! Money!! Money!!! The Merchants Tea Co., 401 Brady street, coinmer.ee their money days tos day, when every can on the shelves will contain a sum of money, running iu amount from 10 to $ 50; no blanks. Vou cannot buy a can without getting money in it. As this will probably be the last week this company will give away pres ents with their cans of tea and coffee, we wish to give the citizens of Davenport, Hock Island and Mohnc a benefit before leaving the city. Money days the bid unee of this week. Price $1.00 per can, flenns for $5.1Ml; 13 cans for $10; 27 cans for 20. Orders by mail promptly forwarded to all parts of the United Slates, nnd must be accompanied by cash or P. O. order. Tho following is a partial list of forlu ntito purchasers who found valuable souvenirs in their cans of tea aud cof fee: Jiiinca R. Canlield, bonk keeper, lirudy street, $15 in silver; Annie Hansen, diessniaker, $20 in gold; Kate (Jooney, bnva stttet, y.l in silver; Cornelius JN. Wind, bai;Ljai;ein;isler, Hock Island, $50 in greenback's; Hannah Scott (colored) J!20 in currency; Geo. Meyer, butcher, $4U in currency; Or. Liodly, $3 in cil- vur; JjOiusa Albrcctit, chambermaid, ?K) 111 silver; P. McMahon, railroad man. Hack Island, $50 iu gold; Ciureucu Mat thews, dry goods clerk, $5 in silver; solid gold watch left in can by mistake found by a larmer truui .lucksou county. Wm. Gonners (street cur driver) $20 in gold; Miss Mary lingers (seam stress) 1 emu street, 10 silver dollars; George Winters (bnikeman) O. ,11. & Q railway, $50 in cunenev; little Churl e Parker, Kighth street, 5 silver dollarjs; George lldwells (yrocery elerk) Hock Island, $4tl in gold; II. H. Ileurter, (locomotive lire- niuu) $15 in currency; Hobt. G. Wator muii, Moline, $20 in gold; C. McDonald (clerk) Hanson's t rocery, 13 silver dot lurs; Mr. II. H. Hartford, general agent Moline Wagon Co., $3 iu silver; Adolph Deiin (lurnier) Greentree, fctcott Co., la., stem winding, stem setting watch; Miss Anna Deeriug, 119 Center street. Deft Moines, Iu., genuine diamond collar but ton. Mr. II. F. Peterson, drv donds mers chant, genuine diamond stud; Mrs, John l.iu kin. itock Island, solid gold ring; air. A. Weinberg. Sr., Hock Island, stem winding and stem setting watch; A. K. Itarber, conductor C, B. & Q. railroad. Hock Island, solid gold ring; Miss Mary Glsen, Ninth street, ladies' diamond collnr button; Arthur Smith, farmer, Hock lsK and, stein winding and stem setting watch; lady refused name, solid gold ring; Mrs. Mary llcntzleman, 1 124, Maraqo,tc street, ge;iuino diamond ring; G. C Wahre, tenmster, -Vo0 in currency; M. King, brakeman C, H. I. fc P. railway, Hock Island, Indies chntelain watch. THE MAHKKTS- CH1CAGO. Art Irlo. . Opening. Clotting YVh't- Oct. Nov. MSi lec. Hi KH4 .Ian. Hto cr? t'OiiN del. .... Nov. i4 ll.-c. 4(14 Jan. S74 S7V Oats Oil. 24 Nov. MH Il.T. HSIfc W .bin. s.8 HH Poijk (ht. 8 7-1 Nov. 8 115 H 9.r. Dec. D sr. H WT Jan. 9 Hi 9 m La tin Oct. .... .... Nov. it 'jr. K 17 Dee. (1 l or .Inn. Q 17i4 6 17 Uiii-oct. , 4 75 Nov !i 0-2 4 fi7 Dec. 4 Mil 4 71) dan. 4 HT 4 Ki lioi-H 4').rn: !i-t(.;i 20:0: mixed. 3 6fi li'av 3 7ita:i iHl llOCK ISLAND. 11. iy Timothy W Hay Wild jlO.lHI. icyt; 411:. t'orn -OM 4 Sc. New. Illr. Potrnni' 5nc. Ot.ioiM fide. HALF-CENT A WOBH. Tin: A itni'H ticrcarrer will imhliHh in tlilw cat linn all ulvertiHi'meiiti of Lot, Found, For Hunt iorSale. Ihnnlor Hoonw. Watitfd. and ttlmilar nolii c(, nt the tow raw one half a cent a wont. cu litrtire a word, but no udvcrtigt-meut Iucn tiian ten ct'nlo. f )ST A GOLD RING WITH TIOKR M'Vf net. A unstable reward will be tiaid the finder at tin- office. Von SALE, OLD PAPERS JN ANY qiiautity Ht thifnfllre. rlieap. Voll SALE, A HOUSE, HARNESS - and light two seated wngon, cheap: enquire ot Vi UliAS. KIKltHi. IOK SALE, A GOOD SECOND HAND Piano, will be Hold cheap. Enquire of 214-if LOTH A It HARM!?. IjVlIi SALE, SIXTY LOTS IN MY AD- dition) o the city of Hock Island on four year lv payment with UiUiriHt at it ix per rent per an num, UAVKNPOKT. IfoU RENT FURNISHED ROOMS, 1- w iUi or without hoard; Third avenue, one dour M-t of Uaplir-t rhtin h, opposite Court noue. 17 Hi A. SIO( KWKLL. THE PIONEER MUSIC STORE LOCATED 1857. J. C. WALLACE, Dfcttlcr in Pianos, Organs, SHEET MUSIC, And all kind of Musical Instruments. The Latent MUSICAL NOY'ELTIES : The Gem Holler Organ ! The Auto Harp, &c. Special ftrtvaiitift?B in buying from this house; it. Tho onlr Tilace in thlft vieinitv where you can net the HLo bTltlNU MANO (no rusting or tli- iring.. if mi. The only place w'ticre you can find tho World Pamed Burdett Organs. 3rd- A thorough knowledge of lnptrumcnt, conscientious adice to rostomcr for ibvir inter est- 4tli. AbiHtv to thoronguly repiir any iiotru- menl rrom a 1'tano 10 a jews uarp. Call In or write to , 3. d. WALLACE, 116 West Second Street, Davanport, Iowa. R. CRAMPTON & COMPANY The RADIANT CLIMAX COOK Stoves in the world. WILLARD Rock Island, S. H. MOORE'S ewing Machine Room Third Ave., and Twentieth St., Hock Tnl:nnl, 111. a Fi'i.r, sri'i'i.Y ok (IPirst Class (if various kind uhvayc on hand. It will pay "j 011 ,n ''f'H tntl fi-e uh. I'aynii'iitu cany. Every Machine Thoroughly (mauled, We Repair all Kinds of Machines, Keep Oil. Needle und MipplW'H for 11 kint!H of Marliiiu-i. in laet have n Ceiteial Sew inn Maclnnr and Supply lloui-e. We ay a!;ain, will jiay you to couio and sen us. SESSIONS OF THE ROCK. HTAlSrJD Skating Kink! For the Season of 1885 0 will be as CoIIowh: Mornings from 10 to 12 A. sr. Afternoons from 2::S0 to ti v. v. Kveuings from 7 to 10 i'. m. NO SKATINd OM WEDNESDAY KVENINliS. TMtiftic at tin: niuk Tomorrow afternoon unil niyht. Luilics fm. 3"The manageniont reserve the rl'ht to refuse atlmitJinii or nkatex to any person. E. li. C'OIXINS, Manager. New Oyster Parlor. f a p Has opciK'd a New Oysii-r I'uiltir :ind rnnferlionery iVirh 2. VjAHAL, Ei.i.il.Hshmonl, at No. Third Avenue, Koek Island, And nolieits a nhure of public patnnnjre. f-CT'Ovster- HT rents a dish. New Meat Market I STOLTENBERG &. STEINBECK, Proprietors. No. 2225 Fourth Avenue, Koc k Inland. WiTTbe best erades of Krmli and Sidud M als runaumtly on Imnd. A fair tliniti of puhlic iwlronayt- is ri!Kpi-c!fiilly unlii ilcil. JOHN T. NOFTSKER SELLS Acorn Cook Stoves, Early Breakfast Cooks, w?8i?Hard Coal Heaters, LAUREL, ) WUU tbe celebrated Duplex CiriiU'. ALSO THE -.tir. on t. mn it:k nn n usssh tttt a khu r. U O O L I) l K NN N k T A A K It C. O O L 1 II FB NS' H88ft T A A HltK n r.n o o i. nor n nn 3 t aaa it it G OO LLIX DDI) IffK M NN "RRs" T A A If K Soft Coal Parlor Stove, the finest Stove out for Illinois Coal. Be sure and see them before 1 ijing. ' PRICE FIVE CENTS. HOME and the are the BEST BAKER & CO.'S Opposite UiirjH-r Housf. Illinois. 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