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$1.00 For a neat Child's Suit to fit Boys from the age of Four to Ten. There is no need of letting your Boys go without a suit any longer. We have just returned from Chicago, where we bought some bargains, and now our cus tcmers shall have the benefit of them. $2.00 Will buy a handsome Child's suit, pleated and well made actual value $3.00. $2.50 Will buy a splendid Cassiuiere, made plain, and worth $3,50. $3.75 Buys an immense Child's suit, handsome ly made, excellent wearing material snd worth $5,00. $5.00 and 5.50 Will buy some beauties in Worsteds and Cassimeres, made plain and fancy, and fully $1, 50 cheaper than ever. IS. $3.75 Foi School suits that cannot be had elsewhere for less than $5,00. 4,50, $5,00, $6,00, $7,00 and $3,00 will buy a handsome line of Boy's and School suits, that must be seen to be ap predated. Men's Suits. -We still have a few of our- $3.33 Suits whieh are the biggest bargains ever offered; also of our $5.00 Cassiuiere suits, there is no use going without a new suit when you can buy a $7,50 suit for $500. We wish to call your special attention to our $10.00 Dress Worsted suits, of which we have just received another large invoice; also, those $9i35i Blue Cloth (not flannels) Biiits, which re not only the best but the handsomest Blue suits in the city, two gets of buttons with every suit A grand line of $12,00, 213,50, $15,00 and $18,00 suits in Cassi meres, Worsteds and Cork Screws, a perfect fit guaranteed with every suit, ' Padding and pressing free. SUMMER UNDERWEAR. .Gauze Shirts at 15, 25, 35 and GO cts, French Balbriggan Underwear at 75c, worth $1,25. Jean Drawers at 40c., never sold under 60 cents. STRAW AND FELT HATS. Another big invoice just received, we have all the leading styles in Markmans, Manillas, Pearl, Brown and Black Stiff Hats. NECKWEAR. A Tery extensive line. Don't fail to get the P. K. Tecks, 6 for 25 cents. Additional help has been employed for Saturdays so that every one can be waited upon without delay. Mosenfelder & Kohn, The Reliable One Price Clothiers, 1720 Second Avenue and 120 Eighteenth St., between Crampton's Book Store and First -National ttank. Bot s and Scnool Sm s The Daily Aegus. THURSDAY. JUNE 25. 1885. Biw Kipwu. The Libbie Conger is landing at the Diamond Jo dock for St. Paul. The fleet Mary Mortin is due down for St. Louis and other southern points. Everything is quiet along tho levee today. Property Traufer. . The old homestead of Major J. M. Bearisley on the bluff, was sold yesterday by the Northwestern Mutual Life Insur ance company to George and William Gray for 14.000. The sale was made through the agency of Guyer & Sweeney Fixing Up. The office of the Rock Island Gas com pany is being repainted, rcpapcred and repaired. Secretary Judge intends not only improving the interior of the builds ing, but putting a few touches on the outside, such as painting, etc. The interior of the office of the city marshal is being fixed up in good trim. The ceiling has been whitened and the walls touched up where attention was needed. Hebraika Cronj. Alfred Ecklea, of Central City, Neb., formerly and for years one of the most successful farmers of Rock Island county, is in the city for a few days' stay. Mr. Eckels reports crop prospects in Neurits ka as excellent. Ho has 1C0 acres in corn, which he says is knee high and looking splendidly. Mr. EckWs says he has ninety acres in wheat and oats, which promises an enormous 'yield, the crop at present being in full head. Mr. Eckels brings glowing accounts of Ne braska farming. A Camping Trip. The Dranna Fishing and Hunting club, of Moline, will start on its annual camp- ing trip next Friday evening, the scene of the camp being on Rock river, a few miles below Cleveland. The party will be composed of the following gentlemen and their families: Dr. J. Lindahl, Prof. A Bersell, C. II. Bowman. John Kohler and I. Kohler, the first two from Augustana college and the others from Molinc. The club has five teuls, seven boats and linns ber enough for tables, etc., together with fishing tackle and other conveniences for a happy time. The ramp will continue about two weeks. The Picnic Season. The picnic season is upon us, and every day some society or denomination or pri vate parly is seen going in the direction of one of our numerous resorts, with bas kets, to make a day of it. Yesterday the Turn Verin, of Moline, had a delightful day of it Willi their friends on Sylvan Island. Today the Lutheran church is having an enjoyable time at Dexter's pasture. Tomorrow the German English school will go to the grove back of Wagner's brewery and spend the day in the rustic regions thereabout. The German Lutheran school children went to Dexter's pasture this morning, where the annual picnic of the society is being held today. The scholars two hundred in number headed by F. Mil ler, E. Selle, teachers in the school, and Rev. Mennicke. pastor of the churcb, and led by Bleuer's band, paraded down Sec ond avenue to Seventeenth street, where cars were taken on the Rock Island fc Milan road. The Sunday school of Trinity church and the mission chapel will unite in the annual basket picnic at Brooks' grove mxt Saturday. The mission school will meet at the chaficl in the lower end of the city at 9:15 and proceed to Buford's plow works, where cars start for the picnic grounds at 9:30. The Sunday school of Trinity church will meet at the church at 9:30 and proceed to the Harper house corner to take the cars at 10 o'clock. pleasant time will be had. Lookout The annual period of pandemonium is approaching, and the small boy, provided with the frisky and uncertain fire cracker, will distribute danger about the land in the most reckless and promiscuous mans ner. Young America considers it a time honored privilege, and though there are ordinances against this dangerous cus torn, they are not enforced, and the sweet will of the small boy is unchecked and runs riotously rampant. When parents provide their patriotic and precocious off spring with the means of furnishing their shaie of the noise and danger.they should admonish them to be be careful, and per baps a fow earnest words of warning would not go unheeded and may be the means of preventing much disaster and destruction. The bursting of a single burning fire cracker has been the begin ning of the destruction of millions of dol lars of property. Boys, be careful with your fire crackers. Exactly. An exchange presents the question sci entifically: "A town is very much like an individual. To be flourishing it must have energy and enterprise. The people in a town should remember that the indis vidual prosperity depends to a large extent upon the character of the place in which their business Is located. Every public measure should be liberally supported by all, especially the business men . At th present day there is as much competition between towns asithere is among persons and business enterprises. A man seeking a location will invariably select a town that is up to the times, and is eagerly in favor of every modern improvement. town in these modern times can't afford to be peopled with old fogies or antidilu vian fossils who are continually kicking at every enterprise. To make a flourish ing town you must believe in its future and work for it, encouraging every im provement Make a special effort to ex Libit some evidence of improvement in your own work and charactei. Help every worthy man, help every enterprise and encourage every good man to locate in jour town." The above contains good common sense and part of it aptly coin cides with the situation in Rock Island, where anything but an enterprising spirit is manifested by some people. TR1-CITI TRADE TOPICS. Rock Island Slurred by Davenport and Insulted by Moline, Because of the Enforcement of License Lairs The Municipal Code Assailed. Jto- : .' The organs of Moline and Davenport are being much aggrieved because of the arrest of merchants from those cities or agents of these merchants for soliciting trade in Rock Island. The Democrat across the river indulges in this piece-of sarcasm concerning the case: In our sister city, across the river, they are talking of enacting an ordinance to tax every resident entering the town from Davenport and Moline, with store park ages in his or her hands. They are un decided as To the amount of tax, whether it shall be ten cents or twenty-five cents per package for adults, and naif price for children . Then another movement is on foot a petition to the postmaster general is being circulated, requesting that tho railway postal clerks be instruct ed to destroy all circulars from merchants in Davenport, Moline or Chicago, ad dressed to people in Rock Island, which set forth the attractions in the stores in those cities and name the prices of goods; and if they slip through the hands of the postal clerks undiscovered, that the post master in Rock Island be authorized to destroy them. Furthermore, the petition sets forth that the ladies in Rock Island frequently send notes to merchants 'in Davenport, Moline and Chicago, request ing that samples of seasonable goods may be mailed to them, that they may inspect and choose desirable patterns, to the great damage of Rock Island's trade; therefore will the postmaster general au thorize the postmaster of Rock Island to destroy letters addressed to merchants or others in Davengort, Moline or Chicago, auu prevent uock lsianu people irom trading outside their city, the petition stating that the city is about to tax all the people who go to neighboring towns and return with packages. If the post master general does not comply with this petition, an effort will be made to have Gen. Vilas bounced; and if the president refuses to bounce him, then an appeal will be made to congress to impeach the president. Of course there is not a particle of truth in that portion of the above relative to petitions to the postofflce department. It is not intended to contain any truth sim ply a sarcastic way of rebuking our gen eral laws, and our police force for arrest- in" merchants from abroad for claiming a share of the trade ot this city. A Moline exchange contains a scurrilous article in which the action of Rock Island in this regard is termed an "outrage," and the leading men of Rock Island are called curs which they have been called fur years," says the Moline sheet. No one of our leading citizens, will it is hoped take this remark as a personal insult. coming from the source it docs. The writer either was unaware of what he was talking about, as lie was a few weeks ago when he gave alongaccount of "Sec retary Whitney's visit to the govern ment island," or he has so little idea of judgment and decency that he cares not what he says The paragraph alluded to, shows not only a lack of respect on the part of the Moline journalist for his fellow men, but for himself as well. He has over stepped his rights and privileges as a journalist, and no one will support him in an j such doctrine as he has displayed. The citizens, of Moline, we know, will be no more ready to uphold such language than is the Argus, and an open apology is due from the author of such insulting language. It has always been the intention of the Amirs, and ever will be, to uphold and support the municipal code of the city of Rock Island against the attacks of out side cities and journals. The Annus is law abiding, be the laws what they may On the other hand, we do not believe in a legal tendency to 'fence the city in," against outside traffic. If there is a pref erence for trading in certain lines in ad joining cities, the merchants in those cities have aright to solicit the patro nage, and supply their customers here But there is a law compelling outside traders to secure a license, and it should be enforced, until it is thought wise to re peal it. The following is an extract from the city ordinances, relative to the license of persons and occupations: No person shall peddle any goods, wares or merchandize within the limits of said city, without a license for that pur pose; provided, that this requirement shall not extend to any farmer, fruit or wine grower, or gardener, or dairyman, in the sale of the products of his farm, orchard vineyard, garden or dairy, nor tfT women or children peddling apples or other fruits, and not occupying a stand, nor to newsboys peddling newspapers. In another section a peddler is defined as follows: Any person, either for himself, or as agent or solicitor for another person, who shall go about within said city from house to house, from place to place, or from customer to customer, and sell -or offer to sell goods, wares or merchandise of any kind by retail for delivery at the time and place of sale, or at any other time or place, shall be deemed a peddler The peualty for violation of any of the provisions is a fine of not less than $5 or more than $100 and costs. Whether or not this law is in conflict with the decision of the supreme court of the United Stales is another thing, We believe it is, and that one city should have free commercial intercourse with another However, until this law is attested by lo cal example, the municipal code must be abided by. Tea Infected Beef Baiinau- There is nothing new in the infected beef business today. A few new cases were developed last night snd this morn ing, but none are serious enough to cause alarm. The doctors now think the affec tion is under control. Tne Bed Men. The following officers were elected by O-Sau-Eee Tribe No. 15, last evening Sachem, Fred Appelquist; prophet, R. E. Meyer; chief of records, Geo. W. Henry junior sagamore, Nels Norson; keeper of wampum. A. E. Knickerbocker; trustee, August Schmid. E. W. Hurst represents the leading American and Foreign Insurance Co s Policies carefully written at current rates, Agency established 1874. Office over Rock Island National Bank. Where Fun Abound -A printed circular from the general ticket and passenger agent of the Chica go, Rock Island & Pacific railway, em bodying a formulated series of questions to which specific answers were requested, was recently sent to every station agent on the line of that railway. These inter rogatories were substantially as follows: Give names of fishing grounds in your icinity; the kinds of fish caught; the most favorable months for fishing, the kind of bait used, hotels, and their charges per day; boats and guides, if any; and the names of local anglers who can be addressed for additional information, if desired." Several hundred replies were received, and a mass of information ob tained, which the genetal passenger agent of the Rock Island railway has deemed of sufficient interest to select from and print in a condensed form for the use of the public Here are some of the sam ples which will be of local interest: Rock Inland, Illinois, waters, Mississip pi close by; and Rock river three miles by street car; no preference. Fish bass, wall eyed pike, gunfish, catfish, perch. Bait minnows. Best months spring and fall. Hotels Harper house, $2.50 Rock Island house, $2. per day. Bait aud boats reasonable. Remarks. "The rivers above named afford the verv best fishing all through the summer months. The dams on the Rock river make the fishing accessible at all times, without the use of boats: On the Mississippi it is necessary to use boats to fish the eddies, which are the best for wall eyed pike. Bass fishing is good from the rocks on the rapids. Connected with llock river arc numerous ponds mat tur ish good sport for sunfish and perch The city is at the foot of the rapids of the Mississippi river. These rapids afford the best hsuing in the western country'lor wall eyed pike, bass and catfish. The noted Rock Island anglers are: John Warner, Capt. J. M. Beardsley, and W. S. Rnowlton. Stipplttuientury Information The fol lowing statement was mailed by Mr. A. C. Dart, (a devotee of the rod and angle.) and forwarded by the recipient to Mr. E. St. John: At Moscow, three miles west of Wil ton Junction on the Cedar river there is the very best fishing in the whole western country. The Cedar is a beautiful, clear, swift-running stream, with gravel-and sandy bottom. The old mill dam at Mos ¬ cow affords good access to the best of fishing pools. The dam is being built of logs and poles, making a good hiding place for bass, both black and white. lhe wall-eyed pike (called white and jack salmon) stay in the deep holes below the lam. Some of the finest strings of river fish I ever saw were caught at that dam There are plenty of boats to be had for those who like dead water nsbing. Min nows for bait are plenty, and easily seined. On the Cedar areNgplcndul camp- ng grounds isolated from settlements, shady groves and pure water, splendid bathing and smooth water for rowing. 1 have spent many happy days on the Ce dar river, never failing to have good luck and a good time, knowing that within thirty miles of Davenport there is as fine tislnng as can be found anywhere in the west. Any fisherman making a trip to the beautiful Cedar river will want to go nk':iin, sure. Davenport, Scott county, Iowa. Wa ters Mississippi river at Gilbertown Rocks; three miles above Rock river, at Milan, Illinois; about four to five miles from LeCiaire rapids, commencing here and running north for several miles. Best fishing at Gilbertown Rocks. Fish bass, cat and pike most numerous; large and small mouthed and wide striped bass; some sunfish. Bait minnows in July, artificial flies for bass. Best mouths July, August and September for bass October and Novenber for pike. Hotels Kimball, t. James, Merchants, Ackley, etc., $1 to If';! per day. Boats and bait at reasonable rates. Local anglers ym. Gray (corner Sixth and Iowa streets) can furnish more information relative to ang ling than any one else about here. He is a veteran fisherman, and perfectly willing to impart information. Keaolntloni of Gratitude. The following resolutions were adopted yesterday by the Scandinavian Augustana svnod in session at Rock ford. Prof. J Lindahl. of Augustana seminary here, re turned to this city last evening and brought a copy to this office at the re quest of the synod: Whereas, The Hon. V. L. Cable, of Rock Island, III., has donated the princely sum of $25,000 to the building fund of Augustana College and Seminary of Rock Island, III., be it lltnolved, Hint the Scandinavian Evans gclical Lutheran Augustana Synod of North America, now in convention as sembled at Rockford, 111., hereby tenders its most sincere and heartfelt thanks to Hon. P. L. Cable, for his munificent gift so kindly and delicately bestowed, and calls down upon him the blessing of our Great Master, to whose glory the new building is to be consecrated: lltytolmd. That this resolution be tele graphed to Hon. P. L. Cable, and that copies of it be sent to the Chicago Timet, Chicago Tribune, Minneapolis Tribune, Topeka Daily Capital, and the daily pa lters of Rock Island, Moline and Daven port, and all the Swedish papers of this country, and the principal ones ot mock holm, Sweden. Eiilakd Cam.sson, President, S. P. A. Lindahl, Secretary. Readers of the Auuus will remember the adoption of similar resolutions by the college faculty here, shortly after the niu nilicent gift was tendered. Imposing Dedication. The new Masonic ball of Doric Lodge, in Moline, was formally dedicated with imposing services last evening. The ad dress of the evening, "Masonry and its Objects," was delivered by M. M. Corbett, Esq , of this city. Mr. Corbett com menced his remarks with the tradition that Masonry originated in the Garden of Eden, where Adam and Eve were mem hers, and the Great Jehovah was the worshipful -master. The founds. tion of Masonry, Mr. Corbett said was the belief in an ever living God, and charity was the first corner stone. The society consisted of a universal brother hood, where all creeds, classes and condi tions of men were brought into the fold as equal. The moral teachings of the order were touched upon briefly, and in befitting language. The address was masterly effort, full of beautiful exam pies and illustrations of the merits of the order. County Building. LICE58ED TO WED. 24 Charles Fryxell, Miss Christine Johnson. Moline. 25 Nils Berggen, Chicago, Miss Anna C. Carlson, Cable. John Schachter, Miss Alice Atkinson Rapids City. Attention. Knuruttl St. Paul Lodge No. 107, K. of P., meet in regular convention Friday event ing at 7:30, sharp. Briefs- Lawn sociable this evening. Pay day on the Milwaukee road. J. S. Gilmore has gone to Chicago for few days' business trip. The Rodman Rifles will participate in the competitive drill at Geneseo July 4th. Dr. McCandless, dentist, corner Third avenue and Twentieth street. tf Advertise in the balf-cent-a-word-coN uran of the Auuus. It will pay you. Special bargains in parasols to close, at McCabe Bros. Dr. J. W. Stark, Dentist, 1722 Second avenue. atyr. The lawn sociable this evening is at the residence of Capt. T. J. Robinson. Children's hammocks 32 cents each; large hammocks 54 cents, at McCabe Bros. N. H. Paaren, M. D.. of Mt. Carroll, state veterinary surgeon, was in the city last evening. McCabe Bros, millinery department is having a great boom, owing to their cut prices for closing the season. The ladies of the First Methodist Epis copal church will give a lawn sociable at the residence of Capt. Robinson this even ing. Mrs. Jacob Wait and daughter, of Rey nolds, left today for North Landing, Ohio county, Ind., to visit Mrs. Wait's mother, who is seriously ill with heart disease. McCabe Bros.' late arrival of parasols and sun umbrellas put in stock today at closing prices. The C, R. I. & P. railway will sell ex cursion tickets to any station on its line, July 3rd and 4th, 1885, at a "single fare for the round trip. Tickets good for re turn passage on or before July 6th, 1885 The assessor's book of Andalusia town ship was returned to the couuty clerk to day. It shows the taxable property in the township to bring $92,574, which is $3,000 less than a year ago. The Rock Inlander says that all three of our representatives voted for the bill "to increase the power of ri.il road corpora tions.''. Both Representatives Paddelford and Nowers voted agaiust the measure, and wish it so understood. The contract for building the new German Lutheraa school building on Twentieth street the plans of which have been given in these columns has been let to Christ Schreiner, he being the lowest bidder. Summer silks at 28 cents per yard at McCabe Bros , same as others advertised at 34 and 43 cents. Wm. Cargdon was before Magistrate Bennett this morning on a charge of drumming up trade for a hack. He was fined $10 aud costs, but the fine was sua pended with promise of good behavior in the future. Joseph Asquith, of Reynolds, who re' eived shocking injuries from a fall some time ago, is in a critical condition. The spinal column is paralyzed, and his stoin ach refuses nourishment. Death is only a matter of a short time. Among the graduates participating iu the twentvsninth annual commencement of the collegiate department of the state university at Iowa City, held yesterday. was Lowrie C. Blanding, son of V. M. Blanding..of this city. Bernard Connelly, son of Major II. C. Connelly, has been one year at the nniversity, and fares well to lead his class when the time comes for raduating. It is amusing, and a little exasperating, too, to hear a merchant say "it does't pay to advertise." Why does this man put out a signT That is advertising. Why does he obstruct the pavement in front of his store with samples of the goods he sells? That's advertising, too. Why does he daub the head of a mackerel barrel or dry goods box with the words: "All, oUr goOd ChEap," and stick it up in a keg of beans or a pile of calico in his store? Simply because he does believe in advertising, but selects methods that cost him nothing and does little or no good. Everybody believes in advertising if they only know bow. sntl'RBAN SIFT1 MIS. RuraSj, June 24. Frank Wil-wm was badly bitten by a dog (lie oilier day. .... - Enoch Wilson's children are having the mumps. Farmers are taking advantage of the lew warm days we are having, and are plowing their corn. Mrs. Sadie Fowler, of Des Moines, Iowa, is visiting friends here. We think the old saving "a dry Easte for a wet summer," has come true this time. Mrs. Cyrus Valentine aud Miss Craw ford have goue to Iowa. James Valentine aud wife spent Sun day at E. T. W ilsou a. We were made to sav in our last week 'i letter that Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wilson were visiting their daughter. Miss Carl son. It should have read Mrs. Carlson They returned home on Saturday last, We don t think that Mr. ilson thinks Dakota a better place than Illinois. He says they do not farm as extensively as they do here, and there is more town than country. Home Numbering. House numbers, in a variety of styles, for sale at my shop. No. 1615 Third av enue IB awks Chah. Fiebio. C. C. KNELL 5 r RASMUSSEN'S CARD. In calling attention to the fact that we have refitted and redecorated our Studio, making it not only the most complete but decidedly the handsom est in this vicinity. We also wish to call attention to our display of fin " Photographic work, Ml recently produced and containing many novel anrt pleasing positions and effects of light and shadow, varying in size from . miniature up to 16x20 inches. We have been assured by old and comoe tent critics that it is by far the finest display ever made in this city (j,Tr artistic success is largely due to the fact that we make a greater effort to excel than to undersell, and we bring to our aid such experience as can be gathered from 17 years of continuous service (having begun our Photo graphic career as a mere boy in 1867, since which time we have not lost six months either by sickness or vacation) our long experience enables us to appreciate the importance of scenic effects in Photo art, hence our oiierat ing room is fitted with a mass of accessories, consisting of stone wall, bal ustrades, stone and rustic bridges and fences, boat, rock3, pond cont'ainini water lillies, stairways, screens, and a variety of back-grounds, posm chairs, table statues, vases, or what the Chicago Photo-Bureau say's, is un" equalled in any gallery in this vicinity, but We plainly soy (and it is a matter easily demonstrated) that no gallery in this contains one-half of the amount of our instruments; we don't boast that they were bought in a rem nant sale aud used by predecessors for 25 years. On tub contuarv, our instruments are of the latest improved makes, contaniing among other's the Voigllaender Enryscope and Dallineyer Instantaneous Lenses. These two Celebrated Lenses cannot bb found in an? Gallery in this city but ours. A pleased patron is the best advertisement and we strive to secure the advertisement by the excellence of our work. In order to belter secure satisfactory results, every patron is given a show of three or four nega tives, diflerent positions, and all of these proofs are shown, and should any improvements suggest themselves, resittings will gladly be made free of charge. Gallery corner 18th street and 2nd avenue. Hock Island. mar-9-dwly L. LOWENSTEIN, Manufacturer and Dealer iu CLOTHING OF EVERY We manufacture all our own dealer's profit of which the customer gets the benefit, A large and line stock of the Best pitting Qoods in the (ity? at prices defying every and all competition. (ftTDon't fail to call and examine our stock, v No. 1628 Second Avenue, Directly opposite the Rock Islaud House. J. E. GOLDSMITH, Manager. Mclntire & Co., Will place on their conntors Monday Morning, June 22, a fine line of Summer Silks in de sirable shades at the very low cost of 34 CENTS PER YARD. These Silks were bought at a sacrifice from a large concern who had too many. No such opportunity has been offered this season. Every yard worth from 40c to 60c, and we wish customers to exam ine silks sold elsewhere before calling. H34B MCINTIRE & CO., E. H. COLLINS, ROOFER, USES ' Well's Fire and Water Proof Paint and Wood PEESEBYER, tyUepairing ami Painting of Old Shingle lioof? a epecialty. Residence eor.'Stli Ave., and 20th St., ROCK ISLAND. ILL June 19-dlni -FOR DELICIOUS ICli CREAM, GO TO- BIRKBlSrFIELD'S II (WO l-'KE . (OOCRRR PKR A WM 11 U UK HO KK HO CK 'O OK RK A A U KRR KR A A M 'OOOK KEEK A AM CK RK AAA M 11 OCU ERR On Fourth Avenue between Twentieth aud Twenty-first Sts., Recently refitted, re furnished and now the fineff Parlors west of Chicago. I n. .ln,t III Dealer in Books, Stationery, Cigars, Toys of every description, etc. IVUCK JM.lllu, SCHAFER HOUSE, . (LATE Market Square, TranMent Kate, - - - Day Board, - Board and Lodging, ... tyThe Bar i stocked with the choicest Wines, 44 THE ATLANTIC !" BILLIARD AND POOL PARLOR, No. 18 12 Second Avenue, Rock Island. tW"PHenert Kulmbacher and tbe finest domcMic Keeron draught. All kind of Sandwlrliestf ugSily JOHN SCHAFER, Wines, Liquors, No. This place has been refitted and refurnished and lLuiicb every morning. THE "VEEANDA" FRED APPELQUIST, Proprietor. Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars, bast siDB of market sgCAitK Rock Island, e-lS-dly RICHARD F. WITT, Licentiate in pharmacy, SUCCESSOR TO F. M. WHEATON, DEALER IN TJieB ID IRj TJ Gr S , And Toilet Preparations, Corner 2nd Ave., and 17th Sts. nor-lt ett DESCRIPTION. Clothing thus saving a wIioIhsuIh New and elegant line of lawns just opened in new and desira ble colorings. White Goods are moving nicely In fact this season has been our best lor several years, which leads us to infer that we are headquarters on hite goods. 5F"Call and examine. MM! VHP A RRR I. H) KUK P P A A R Rl. O OH R MMr M M NI PI"P A A KRR L l UKKK P AAA K Rl. O OK K P A AH RLI.l.L OO K K M M M M' occipkntal.) ROCK ISLAKP, ILLS. Liquors and Cigars. 1 ml ner I'av. 4 l per Week. 4 Ml ' " mny-JdlJ JOHN WESTPHAU Proprleter. -DEALER IS- Beer and cigars, 13!G Third Avenue. Rock Island, Ills- is now one of tne best Saloone in the i j"1"-' 111