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VOLUME XXXIII NO, 196.
KOCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS, MONDAY. JUNE 15, 1SS5. ESTABLISHED OCT. 18, 1851 THIS BEATS ffe Leafl; Let Hose Starting Saturday, May 23, we will sell for two weeks only, the following named goods at these remarkable low prices: 250 Ms All tod Suits Only $5,95. These goods are the best quality of Cassimeres, Worsted, etc., and are a!I the latest styles, which we have been selling at from $S,00 to $12,00. Remem ber we are selling these goods at 25 per cent less than other merchants have to pay for the same. 200 Men's Fine Suits, your Choice for $840. All ralors, finest quality, latest styles, sold everywhere at from f 10,00 to $15,00; your choice for two weeks only $8,40. Men's Best Middlesex Flannel Suits, $9.15 Men's Seersucker Coats and Vests, 2.75 Other merchants charge $3,50 to $4,0.) for the same, and all other goods in the same proportion. Remember this is uo advertising scheme, no damaged goods or bankrupt stuff, but simply done to give the people a grand opportunity to secure bargains such as they never had before. Call early and make selections as this grand sale will oniy continue two weeks. Remember the place. The Golden Eagle Post Office A. LOEB, Mang'r. J. B. ZIMME11, MERCHANT TAILOR, OF IFIIsTIE WOOLEFS, Is pleased to announce the completion of his Spring and Summer stock of Choice Suit ings, "Surpassing all former efforts." He solicits your attention to the above, and feels satisfied that an examina tion will demonstrate to yon that your interest can be faithfully served. Particular and prompt attention will be given to all orders with which you may favor hira Fit and Workmanship unexcelled. Mi-Mly NEW O o 4, (. 0 6 GO ti ( O Ci K K O R K O K K O KRRR O K R O R R O R Re O C O C O ft O O O O O O o a V V. C P. V. EE R e e a k B OOO Choice Brands of Minnesota (iii(l Duiry and Creamery Butter, Cptton Mops, Minn., Potatoes, Vegetables, &c, at C. Cor. Nineteenth ulditom THOS. IF1. Is prepared to do all kind or work In Plain and Decorative Paper Hanging and Kalsomining. A complete stock of Wall Paper, Curtain Fixtures, Cornice Poles and Room Mouldings. Mixed Paints always on hand. t3T?i, a ftli (ne nf (joodg and Artiftg' Materials. LfflHonf Biven in Painting and French l.nii.roiilL'ry Work. Embroidery Silks, Corns and Fancy llooda wnicn are sold at close figures ; call and test prices of work. 1813 Second Venue, ROCK ISLAND, ILL. JACOB OHLWEILER, Jr., RETAIL UIALER IS- Wines, Liquors, Beer and Cigars, No. 309 Twentieth Street. Free Lnucli every morning and every Saturday evening. may 7 dly T DAVlh. DA. VIS Plumbers, Gas 1 A Complete Stock of Pipe "-isDeane Steam Pumps W&Ehlmi Gold's Safety Heating Boilers. "tractors for famishing and laying Water.Gas and Sewer Pipe .mode WOfJHJ, Ijj THEM ALL. Follow to May. Clothing Store Block, Rock Island, Illinois. No. 1810 Second Avenue, Rock Island, 111. RRRR t T SSSS TTTTT OOO RTtltR EKEK R R V Y 8 6TOOKRF. KRYY S T O OR RE RRYY S T O OR RE KRRR YY SSSS T O O RRRR EE BRY STOORRE KRY STOORRE KRY flSTOOKRK KRY SSSS T OOO K K FEES and Winter Wheat Flonr. J". LOlsTO-'S, Street and Second Avenue. CA-ZRSZ", B. B. DAV1 & CO., Steam Fitters, and Fittings up to 8-Inch. ALL KiHrm or Brass Goods, Packing, Hose SEWER PIPE, FIRE BE1CK, ETC dOLK AeUVTB FOB TTi- ,xr- j w:ii 17 ia jj itst; a. venues ROCI IaXAJTD, Ili, FREAK OF THE VIn IT PLAYS A ROIIfiH .Iiikx niu a PASSENGER TRAIN. All the Car, the Tender and Engine De. led Three Men Killed In a Penn sylvania Wreck -Iowa Storms. A Narrow Escape. Sioux City. Iowa. J train on the Sioux Falls line of the Milwau kee & St Paul was blown from tha track seven miles we st of this city. Two paten ter coaches, bairtratri. n,i -rr. ,.... --.I a tender were blown on their sides in a ditch ia tne engine partly derailed. Conductor McCall's head was cut, Mr. D. Hedges received slight cuts in the head, J. Kockwood and Mrs. O. P. Moore, iffered slight wounds Oil tliAtr honila The i are all residents of Sioux City. Ex press Messenger L. M. Scott sustained seri ous internal iniuriea. A nnmli. r.t passengers were slightly wounded, and two .v..raniMj uijureu wnose names are not vet attainable. A raliof t I'll ill ll'ii ll eill-AAAno went out from this city to the wreck. ncuuuuui orougnun ny trams on other roads show he-aw winds trcm ti.i ... i, .... 1 east, but as yet no considerable damage has uoou uoiie. xeiegrapn unes are badly down. Three Men Killed. Norbistown, Pa.. Jnne 15. A market traits bringing truck to this citv, on thi New Pennsylvania & !-chuylkill Valley rail road, ran into the rear end of a freight train at East Spring Mills, at 2 o'clock. Friday afternoon, resulting in the de struction of several cars, the wrecking of the engine, and the loss of three live. uavia wayne, the engineer of the market train, was crushed and instantly killed. The oouductor, J. J. Cleaver, of Philadelphia, lingered but a few hours. The fireman, A. Lincoln, 01 unnnnouse, died Fridayt night from bis injuries Several other persons were slightly injured. The market train was run ning at a high rate of speed when the aci- lent happened, and the hind man on the freight neglected to flag the approaching train. Severe Storms in lows. Keokuk, Iowa, June 15. Reports to The Daily Constitution state that a heavy storm prevailed throughout this section Friday night Several bridges on the R.ick Island railroad were washed out and it is probable that there wore no trains on that road to or from Dos Moinei up to Saturday night. Other roads are all right. Ttw Egyptian levee broke three miles above the lies M. lines river bridge, overflowing the land and causing great damage to the crrx. Fakmtnuton, Iowa, June 15. The heav iest rain known for years fell Friday night railway brltrges were washed out in many places streets and houses were flooded, and several bouses and bams were struck by lightning. Des Moines, June 15. A severe storm of wind, rain and lightning Friday night in the northern portion of the state caused considerable damage. Burr Robbin circus tent was demolished, and several persons injured, though not seriously. . Close Call (or a Stroet-Car. Chicago, Ilia, June 15. About 2 o'clock. Saturday afternoon, the big propeller, Will iam J. Averill, ran against the State street bridgo, which was closed, and on which a State street car, loaded with passengers, was about to go. Before the driver of the car had time to back his horses the bridge swung and the horses went oil the abutment Fortunately, however, the driver had a cool bead on his shoulders and pulled out the lynchpin and let his hones go, at the same time applying the brake and the oar was left standing on the edge of the roadway, while the horses fell into the water. One was drowned, but bis mate swam to the dock, and was led to the foot of Dearborn street and hauled out Bad Fires at Knnxvllle. Tenn. Chicago, June 15. A dinpatch received tere is as follows: Kr.oxvn.Lt, Tena, June 1.1 A disas trous fire broke out here this morning in the City flouring mills and is now raging. It is thought that the mills will be wholly destroyed. They ara value! at $503,000. Flames In the Forest. East Taw as, Mich., June 15. Forest fires broke out Friday forenoon between Pristo station and Tawas lake in a tract of pinol tamarack and cedar, Known as the Dole pine land. Everything is very dry, and the fire 's running rapidly before a strong southwest wind. ihanlncthe Flying Seconds. New Ykk, June 15. Tne races at Cney lsbini Saturday resulted as follows: First race, mile; Jim Reuwick first, Thackeray second, Lizzie Mack third; time, l:16. Seoond race, i miles; Pontine first, D.i- plx second, Himalaya third; time, 2:12. Third race, mile; llrookwood Erst, Grenadier second, Tilli Doe third; time, 1-.S0. Fourth race, h miles; Americus first, Caramel secoud, Gen. Monroe third; time, 2:41. Fifth race, mile; Dew Drop first, Peru Cult seoond, Inspector Is. third; time 1:05. ST. Louis, June 15 The following throe events came off at the Fair a sociatiou races Saturday: First race, 1 1-1(1 milas; Ten Stone first, Binnette second, Thady third; time, 1:SSU. Second race, mile; Blue Wing first, Tartar second, Ed Corngan third: time, 1 :WlA- Third race, miles; Modesty first, Tom Martiu second, Boatman third; time, i:09i. Hound to Have Peace and Order. OsQOOD, Ohio, June 15. Turner Graham and wife, colored, were killed by a mob armed with shotguns shortly after midnight Thursday. Graham is a barber and both he and his wife are addicted to drink and were quarrelsome. They were harmless to others. They had been away during the fore part of the night, and when they returned the mob riddled them withhot The coroner has begun an inquest, but no arrests have yet bean made. The Wheat Keport Afialn. Milwaukee, June 15. S. H. Seamanc, of Ibis city, secretary of the Millers' National association, Friday morning issued his 0rt report on the condition of the wheat crop, with estimates of yield. It materially differs from the estimate already published, the total winter and spring crops baing placed as low as 339,164,000 bushels, and states that the outlook is for a still further reduction of the totals. Fighting the Indians All Day. Tucboit, A. T., June 15. A report reached here Friday night that volunteers and fed eral troops have been engaged in fighting Indians all day in the north and San Jose mountains nsar the Mexican line. No par ticnbui been received. "100 Doses One Dollar" is tiue only of Hood's Sarsaparilla. and it is an unan swerable argument as to strength and economy E. W. Hurst represents the leading American and Foreign Insurance Co s Policies carefully written at current rates Asrency established 1874. Office over Hock Island National Bank. Recent experiments have demonstrated that the heatine value oi coal is cumin isbed from 15 to 25 per cent if it is used THE CHOLERA SCOURQE'S WORK. Bad Prospect In Spain The Government and Ferran's Vaccination. Madro), June 15. The cholera is daily growing more virulent A dozen suspicious cases have been reported in this city. There is great anxiety among the people, and every thing possible is being done by the authorities to allay the ruing alarm and to pre vent a dangerous outbreak of the plague. The sanitary officials continue the work of disinfecting the streets and of keeping large bonfires burning at all available points. Into these bonfires quantities of sul phur are cast frequently. Statistic) show in thirty-eight villages in the prov ince of Valencia 1,283 persons are infected, and 511 deaths. In the village of Muro, province of Alicante, sixty cases and fit- teen deaths are shown, and many cases in Villaviejt, province of Castellar. There is reason to think that these are underesti mates. . The Government order forbidding inocu lation also forbids any one to have in his possession in the uninfected provinces any "microbe inoculation liquor." This shows that the government believes that the inoc ulation is likely to transmit a dangerous type of the cholera, and shadows the decision of it fore- the Da appointed tional medical commissioners to consider Dr. Ferran'a system. If the re port is unfavorable to Dr. Ferran there may be riotous uprisings among the poorer classes, who trust almost implicitly in bis formula, and have no faith m the other physicians. A few days ago a mob at alencia smashed the windows of a hospital to show their dislike of the doctor. AMONG THE IRON WORKERS. Meeting of Amalgamated Men and Op erators Arranged. PlTTSBURd, Juna 15. The representative committee of the Iron Manufacturers' asso ciation met is secret session at 11 o'clock Saturday morning. An hour was spent m the discussion of th3 situation. J ust what conclusions were reached can not be fully ascertain.!, but suflioient was learned to justify the expectation that at the conference with the Amalgamated asso ciation s conference committer, all troubles will lie amicably adju-ted. The dissatisfac tion developed among the manufacturers by the call for another conference was quieted, and it was de cided thut the entire committee will meet the workmen. The Amalgamated men are cheerful and seem to think that the hour of victory is at hand. Information has reached the city that the mill at Leei htmrg has started up, but with out signing the scle. Humors prevail tUat GralT, Bennett .V Co., XV iKwi, Walker & Co., and Zug & Co., will sii;ii the scale oon. The conference committees are now ill session. The Trunk Line rret!cnta. New York, Juno ;5. Tha managorsof the trunk line railroads on Friday consid ered the new contract for pooling passenger trafhc between the principal northern At lantic coast points and Chicago and St Louis and intermediate points, whioh the general passenger agents of the roads have been for some time formulating and have agreed to. The managers approved the provisions for arbitration and most of the details relative to pooling. The points that they did not agree upon will bs referred back to the general passenger agents. The west-bound freight pool, which would have dissolved Friday in consequence of the withdrawal of the Pennsylvania railroad, has beon extended for one month by the consent of that company. A Series nf Rolling Kaces. Boston, June 15 Kenneth A. Skinner, of this city, who holds the roller record in this country for from one to five miles, has signed articlas with George T. Berr, of Chatham, Canada, for a series of five-mile races in heats, three in five, at the Institute rink, be ginning June 17, and continuing each evoning until the series is decided, for $50.) a side and the championship of tho world. Berry has defeated A. J. Wool, the champion of Michigan; E. C. Gale, of Al bion, Mich.; llice, of Chatham; Bell, of Cleveland, and won the championship of Ohio from a field of twelve. Poy Missinco: from Chicago. Chicago, June 15. Arthur J. Waters, H years old, is missing si,ica Monday, Juna S In investigating his disappearance, it is as certained that ha has played "hookey" from the preparatory depart ment of Chicago university ever since April 1st concealing tho fact 1-y reciting his lassons to his fathar each night Ha left homo witii two valises iu his hauls, as seen by a lwighlioring servant, an 1 no clus to his horealouls has since leen found. Ha is of average siza and well dressed; his face in proiile is vary clear cut an! has a pure pal lor; his hair is light Must Let the llova liet New York, June 15. An injunction has been granted restraining the authoritie from interfering with bookmaking at Sheep bead bay, County Building. TRANSFERS. 11 Stuart It. Drury to Henry Fluegel, Jr., nwj 4, 10, 5w, and nej nwi and lot nc ., lfi, 5w, rJGUO. Ann Harrison In Peter Haiil, nej bwJ 3ii, 17,1 w. SI. ISuiley Davenport to city of Kock Isl and, pt sw nv. J 3, 17, 2w, Si. Ordando Child to Benj. Tanner, pt n si nf- S. 17, lw. $r,,(HMI. 12 E. L. Eastman to Mrs. Sue E. Pierce, pt lots 12 and 13. block 2, W. M. bdward s addition, Moline. $1,700. Henry P. Hull to E.P. Reynolds, pt sej north of Iudian boundary line 30, 18, 2w, tROOO. Daniel A. Anderson to Nels A. Joidan, lots C and IS, Child's recond addition, Mo line. Max F. Joenck to George Joenck, pt lots 7 and 8, block S, Atkinson's second addition, Moline, $1,400. And George Joenck to Marx Joenck, same, $1,500. Wilhelm Abelong to Max Joenck pt lot 7, block 5, Atkinson's second addition to Moline. $800. John Holland to Andrew Holland, pt lot 7. block 2. Osborn's addition Moline, $1,400. LICENSED TO WD. Charles A. Lee and Miss Julia Weden, of Rock Island. All the servants at the White bouse are colored. MOST PERFECT MADE Prepared by a physician with special regard to health. No Ammonia, Lime or Alum. fit wit THE MARKETS. Chicago, June 13. The market quotations onths board of trade to-day were as (oUowb: Wheat Not 1! July, opened SX, closed B8o; August, opened Vlc, closed 90c; September, opened 94 'o, closed 92. Corn No. 2 J line, opened 4f V, closed 47c; July, opened 4o6c, closed 4t3io; August, opened 6c, closed 45tc. Oats No. 3 June, opened SAe, olod &a; July, opened KH'c, closed &c; August, opened 2x, closed 2No. Pork June, opened 110.37), close $10.ii7X; July, opened $10.40, closed tl0.80 August, opened (10.50, closed tlO.87,1. Lard June, opened eo.oiX, closed ti.S7f. Live stock The Onion stool yams repsrt the following range of price,: Hogs Mar ket opened active and firm; speculators and shippers are the principal buyers, aud prices are advanced 10&15c; light grade", t4.003 4.30; rough packing, 3.90(J4.lB; heavy pack ing, $4.15(34. SO. Cattle Strong; shipping, $4.J5.7U; butchers, $3.5)(4.a6; stookei-s, $3.50614. 90; Texans. $:i.50(4.3o. Sheep Firm ; quotations, $"J.50(gl.S0; bulk, $io0 (04.00. Produce: Butter Best creamery, 16c; fancy dairy, 15c; packing, 0(&7c per lb. Kges 10Xllje per doz. Potatoes Old, 40((j5uc per bu. Poultry Spring chickens, $l.;ixa-6 00 per doz; old hens, 10c per lb. Apples $3.50(94.50 per bbl. Strawber ries $1.00(1.25 per '4-qt case. Kew York. Nkw York, June li . Wheat Opened a trifle higher, after ward weakened and declined J with less doing; No. 1 white, nominal; No. 3 red July, H.Oll.OlJi'; do August. $l.i's$ 1.03; do September, $1.05(51.05'; do October, $1.0(1 (4 UHJ; do Novemlier, $1.08!. Corn fi&H lower, and dull; mixed we, torn spot, 53(2)55c; future', 54(3 55 Xc Oats iie lower; western, 40( 44!c. Provisions Beef steady; new ex tra, $11. Pork steady; new mess, $11.25 (gll.50. I,ard, dull and easier; steam rendered, $0.85. St. Louis. St. Louis, June 13. Wluaat Active, unsettled and lower, opened ,Vl"V higher, but sion broke, ran pretty steamy down and closed 1ie oelow e,iuraay; no. z re-t casu, fl.OU!; July, $1.02X; Augu-t $l.u;;. Corn Lower and very slow; cash, 4oj!i((f 44c, according to location; July, 44c; August, 44e. Rye Dull; bV. Whisky Steady; $l.lo. Provisions Pork, dull; $10.75 asked. Lard nominal. Milwaukee. Milwaukee, Wis., June 13, Wheat Easy; Milwaukee No. 3, 8iiTc; July, Sc; August 90Xc Corn Uuiet: No. 2, 47c. Oats Steady; No. 2, :):ic. Kye Lower; no. l, ooe. nariey uull; o. 2, Detroit Detroit, Juno 13. ' Wheat Dull and lower: No. : white. 97ccash and June;9Sc July ; 99c August; No. 2 red cash or June, $1; July and Au gust; No. 3 red, 90c bid. Corn No. 2, 4S'ic casn ana July, uais .o. 2 wnite, ;S"j asked; No. 2, 3."ic cash or July. Toledo. Toi.EOfi, Juna 13. Wheat Quiet and weak; No. 2 ral cash anil June, SttWc asked; July. 93c; August 4c; Septemlier, 96'e; year, 92tf asked; No. 2 Mift 9!lc. Oini Dull and swa.lv; no. - casu ani June, 4Sc; Jnlv, 4;u asked; August 49,Vc: year, 41,'c. Oubi yuiet; No. 2, 35?. CHICAGO. Article. Opening. Closing Wa'T tnne 87$ July 8Kt' it Ansrust 90', ficpt. ii 9S CORN .in ne .... 4TH, July 4tii 4ti Aujnst 4Blg 4(1 Sept. 46 4li Oats Jute xl July ?r, August S7? '27 Sept. 27 Por-K June July 11 22'4 1(1 August 10 27'4 Hi :174 Sept. 10 34 1(1 47V4 LAim lune Jnly 6 55 6 August 6 65 t TO Sept. 6 75 6 77 Ribs Jnne July .... f. .r Aukum 5 40 r 4S Sept. 5 60 B 5i'4 Hogs-30.000: light, 3 90a4 17; mixed, 3 05: ncary, 4 ooal id. ROCK ISLAND. )ata Sic H ay Ti mothy $7 . 00 . Hay Wild $5.00. Corn 41 ic. Potatoes 40c. Onionf !K)c. Coal Soft 12: hard $5 50. Cord wood $4 00. Straw $5.00. WHAT WILL convince you of the wonderful curative properties combined in Hood's Sabsaparilla, if the remarkable cures that have been effected by its use fail to impress upon your mind this repeatedly proven fact? Thousands are using It, and all declare that 1 1 f 1 1 I it is a medi cine possess-11 II ling all and even more than IIsIsbbI we claim for it. My friend. If you are sick or in that con dition that you cannot call yourself either sick or well, go and get a bottle of Hood's Sarsafaroxa, and realize yourself how this medicine hits the right spot, and puts CONVINCE all the machinery of your body into working order. From the Registrar of Deeds for Middlesex County, Northern District. Lowell, Mass. Messrs. C. I. Hood & Co. : Uentlemen It affords me much pleasure to recommend Hood's Saksapakilla. My health has lieen such that for some years past 1 have IktA obliged to lake a tonic of some kind in the spring, and have never found anvihun; that hit my wants as your Sarsaparilla. It tones up my svslem, purities my t.looi, sharpens my apjietite, and seems to uiaka me over. Kesutclfully yours, J. P. THOMPSON. One of our prominent business men said to us the other day: " In the spring my wife got all run down and could not eat ,ni Uiin:r, passing your store I saw a pile of Hood's Sarsaparilla In the window, and I got a bottle. After she had been taking it a week she had a rousing appetite, and it did her everything, she took three bottles, and it was the best three dollars 1 ever iuvesled." Hood's Sarsaparilla. Bold by all druggists. Price 51 a bottle, or six iKrttles for $5. C. I. HOOD & CO., Apothecaries, Lowell. Mass. HALF-CENT A WORD. Ths Anorrs hereafter wi'l publish in this col nmn all a-lvertisementa of Lost. Found, For Rent For Sale, BorU or Rooms, Wanted, and similar notices, at the low rate of one-half a cent a wortl. each figure a word, but no advertisement less man ten cenis FOR RENT Two famished rooms suitable for man and wife or two single gentlemen. No. 314 r iTieemn ei., kock island, zu-atl FOR 8 ALE Old papers for sale in any quantity ar mis omce, cneap. FOR SALE Sixty lots in my additions to the city ol Kock island on lour yearly payments, with iiiiereL m blk per cem pvr annum, d-6-m B. Davexport WANTKD A competent cook: call at No. 3S .ignteemn street noes Island. lo-tl WASTED Eqaal partner with about $400 to $500 to lake half interest in s light manufacturing business; goodeataple; business easily Itarued; sauHiaciory income assured; references Ad dress ti. W.. this office. Hi lt WANTED Ladies and gentlemen in city or country wishing to earn $') t S6 a day at their own homes: no canvassing; work furnished and sent by mail any distance.- For particulars address with stamp, Cktstaluezs Photo Co.. 63 W. 7th ai., Cincinnati, u. i i-xi HTITrn AnactlveMsn orWoman in every nun i kw coanty to sell our goods. Salary f75 oer month aud sxpenfres. or commission Expenses in advance, fl outdt free. For full particulars address sTandabu Silver Ware Co., Uoeton, jaoae, may xi-uwim ITTlUTCn Ladies and Yonng Men. In citv or 1 y AH I C U country, to work for na at their homes. Permanent employment; do instrao tioss to boy. Work sent by mail (distance no ob jection). $9 to $12 per week can be made. No canvassing. No stamp for reply. Please address Bon Marts to., Boston, JS P. O. Box House Cleaning Time. LARGE Stock 41 i A vim R. CRAiMPTON & COMPANY. W. PETERSON & CO., They Stand at theHead! THE BEST SHOES Tor CentUmin'tmxar.in the Worll, for Ihe money. STACY, ADAMS & CO. s hi c CD C'OlHroltT, STTLE your thalt rf.ir the 1 hese cihhIs are made of the best French and Ilo. mettie stock, Kantr.-iisio tnits, in hand and machine sc wi-d, iu ( ONGKKKS, HIITTON and LACt and KVKKY l'AIIl WA1;UANTF;D. Batisfuction ia pnnranteWeveryonethat wears the Stacy, Adams & Co. t uoc. Bold everywhere by llrsl-elaas dealers. No. 1 8 1 8 Second niar-lfl-dwSni ALASKA'S REFRIGERATORS, Climax Cook Stoves, . Monitor Oil Stoves, Rapid Ice Cream Freezers Water Coolers, &c, WILLARD THE "TIVOLI," M. MAGRUM, Proprietor, Second Avenue, - - Opp. Harper House. $3s"The "Tivou" ha? lutfly boon transformed into a Palace equaling in every respect the fines saloon? in Cliicauo and snrpnint; anytliini: in the three cities. The Liquid Refreshments dispensed at thie estjlilishmont is in keeping with it grand improvement. An elerant lunch served every mornins. All kinds of Sandwiches jun-7 (10m served on short notice. JOHN SCHAFER, DKft.KR IX Wines, Liquors, Beer and cigars, No. 1316 Third Avenue. Rock Island, Ills. This place has horn refitted and refnrnishrd and is now one of tne best Saloons in the city. . laSLunch every umrnini;. June 11-dly PAEK & ELLIS, Boots, Shoes, Rubbers, &c Men How n to 'uoui-li ''C CSTVume aud pee u VV JLU. MM MM KKFKKURR t'f'CC H 11 A NN MMMMK. It K(l t it II A.V N MMMMK K nf H H A A N MMMMKFE KRItlt It 11 1 II A A N MMMMK K Iti: H II AAA N MMMMK K KIT Oil HA AN M M MKP.KF.U U CtVO 11 11 A AN "No. 16(13 Second Aycniio. 0?"Flne Fits a Specialty. S. SOUTHABD, -Mitnufncltircr UPHOLSTERED FURNITURE, MATRASSES AND PICTURE FRAMES. , , Also Dealer in Mirrors, Cornish Poles, Curtain Fixtures, Mouldings, Etc., tSTTriccs lower than the lowest. Treman's Block, opp.CommercialfIIotel. JACOB RILEY, Dealer and Importer in Marble and Granite Monuments. tafijpecial Designs furnished on application. Correspondence solicited. Works and Office on East 17th St., opposite P. O.. , Rock Island, 111. J. T. DIXON, MERCHANT TAILOR, And Dealei in Mens' Fine Woolens, nov-SS-dly LOW Prices. CD A'Vl IrKAHILITTt Mar y. Adams A Co. Shoe. Ave., Rock Island. AT- BAKER & CO.'S Opposite Harper House. AH t lie Loading Styles aud Makes in Women's., Misses, Boy's, Youth's and Children's Goods. Siarvation Prices. 'Ihe public, we think, hts hmt heitp Shues1" and ure retidy fur good Shoes, cfaomp. 1 704 Second Avenue. BAMSKILL, N1 TITTT T T T T T T A II L A 11 I. OOO RRRR N N T N N T N N T NN T N N T NN T O OR R A A II L O UK K O KRRR OK R A A II L U AAA IIL O A AIM. O OR K AULLLLL OOO U R ROCK ISLAND, ILL. ami Dealer iu- 1 706 Second avenue. while wet. 1910. auygl-dwlm