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HE Mr1 III 'i ". - F. VOLUME XXX1I1 NO 207. J i i UOCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS. SATURDAY. JUNE 27, 1SS5. ESTABLISHED OCT. 18, 1851 ISLAND" THIS BEATS Lei Those Lead Starting Saturday, May 23, we will sell for two weeks only, the following named goods at these remarkable low prices: 25 Men's All Wool These goods are the best quality of Cassiineres, Worsted, etc., and are all the latest stjles, which we have been selling at from $8,00 to $12,00. Remem- ' bcr 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 $8,4.0. All ralors, finest quality, latest stylos, sold everywhere at from $10,00 to $15,00; your choice for two weeks only f 3,40. Men's Best Middlesex Flannel Suits, Men's Seersucker Coats and Vests, Oilier merchants charge $3,50 to $4,(k) for the same, and all other goods in the same proportion . Remember this is uo advertising srbeine, 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. ZIMMER, MERCHANT TAILOR, OF WOOLENS, Is pleased to announce the completion of his Spr rine and Summer ings, "Surpassing He solicits your attention to the above, and feels satisfied that an examina tion will demonstrate to you that your interest can be faithfully served. Particular and prompt attention will be giveu to all orders with which you nigy favor him Fit and Workmanship unexcelled. feb-Mly NEW 000 RRRR OOO g OR K O O 0 R R O O 0 R R O O g RRRR O O 0 00 R R O O COCO EKF.E RURR OOF. K R C OK K K e F - R R C EK RRRR C ERR O K R K OOF R R OOOO FREE K R e V Y V Y Y Y Y YY Y Y Y OR R O O OR R o B R OOO eon Choicfi Brands of Minnesota and "Winter Wheat Floor, Good Dairy and Creamery Butter, Cotton Mops, Minn., Potatoes, Vegetables, &c, C. CT. LOZLSTG-'S, Cor. Nineteenth bl-s-deoi THOS. IB1. Painter sEtnd G-rainer Is p-epared to do uli kinds of 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. HTAI-o a full line of Art Goods snd Artists' Materials. Lessons siren in Painting and French nmornnicry Work. Embroidery Silks, Cords and Fancy Woods whictt are sou at close ognrca; call and test prices of work. 1813 Second Avenue, ROCK ISLAND, ILL. JACOB OHLWEILER, Jr., RETAIL DEALER IN Wines, Liquors, Beer and Cigars, No. 309 Twentieth Street. ""Free Lunch every morning and every Saturday evening. may 7 dly t B Davis. DAVIS Plumb ers, Gas A Complete Stock of Pipe fee o i a k mm Gold's Safety Heating Boilers. factor ft fmmtaiiUn. a i a ---a V AUllUOiUU CaftUVt M-MBJ re's JUrtfir uomm Iu. THETil ALL. Follow lo May. Sis Oily $5,95. b9-i5 2-75 Clothing Store Block, Rock Island, Illinois. stock of Choice Suit- all former efforts." No. 1810 Second Avenue, Rock Island, 111. ssss ttitt N 8 T S T 8 T SSSS T S T H T S T SSSS T OOO RKRR FEKK o o o o o o OK RE OK RE OR RE O RRRR EE OR RE OR RE OK RE o OOO & RFEFJt.. Street and Second Avenue. CA-iRy, B. B. DAVIS & CO, Steam Fitters and Fittings up to 8-Inch. ALL KXHD8 07 Brass Goods. Packing, Hose PUMF8, SEWER FIFE, FIRE BRICK ETC sou uim Deane Steam Pumps Eclipsev Wind Mills, rnn tT Wfl.tfir.Gas and Sewer PiD6 " 1712 First A.venue Rocx Islajto, III. mwLim nit earth WITH A STREAK OF Stlf.r ;essful VILLAINY. Confessions of Two of a Remarkable Gang of Forgers Some pf Thelr Achievements-General Criminal Matter. New York. June 27 A Montreal cialtoThe Evening Post, say.; The in formation lurnisbei by the two convicts, Hall and Fox, to the detectives is already bringing forth fruit, and bos revealed the fact that the sang of formers whoso muni tions have been so successful have accom plices ana confederates, not only in America, but in nearly ever country in Kurope. Bent, now in prison in Toronto for issuing forged paper ou the Bank of Commerce, is the per son who successfully passed a large number of counterfeit Bank of England notes here lasi year, swindling H. K. Labbe & Co. iu this manner out of $12,000, and a French bank out of $5,000. He then proceeded to Halifax, where he was equally success ful. His accomplice, White, turn out lo be Charles Henders whnaa exploit in London, Kneland. New nora and Montreal are well known. His real name is Woods. He was at one time a memuer of the London bar, and served seven years' penal servitude for foreery. Me next went to New York and had to flee ... i i j uonauuiug an insurance com pany there by means of bocus policies. He then appears to have traveled through uie new buglaud states, representing; him self to be the agent of a financial house in New ork which was desirous of making: loans with farmers and real estate owners. He received applications for advances, and lir each case exacted a deposit of .50 for pre liminary expenses, for examining the prop erty and titles. When he had made a large enough haul in this way, be cleared out lie arrived in Montreal about three years ago, and carried on the name game with wonderful success for two years, receiving correspondence from all parts of Canada and the United States. He formed a syndicate and built the Crystal Palace Opera bouse, which he ran for a year with success. About a year ago bis swindles were brought to light, when he cleared out and joined the gang of forgers at Toronto. According to Hall and Fox, the head of the gang is a rich Jew of Vienna, who furnishes the money necessary for putting up the jobs. They have confeder ate in London, who obtain the water marked paper, and the engraving is done in Hamburg and Berlin. Bent is the same person who changed the counterfeit Bank of England notes in Chioago to a consider able extent m May, VILLAINOUS CRIME IN ILLINOIS. Two DefoiiMleM Women Horribly Slashed by Kobbers. Winchester, Ills., June 27. A horrible attack on two defenseless women by mid night assassins is reported from the liltie town of Bluff, five, miles from this city. Mrs. McLaughlin, wife of the defaulting school treasurer whe absconded last fall, taking with him a Winchester widow, lived alone with ber daughter, Mrs. Taylor. Thursday night the ladies retired early, and at midnight were awakened by some one who demanded ad mittance. They refused to open the door, and it was broken open by a man who at once attacked Mrs. McLaughlin with knife, cutting ber frightfully about the neck and breast. She escaped from ber as sailant and ran out of the house, where she saw another man lying in the grass. The assassins then turned upon Mrs. Taylor and stabbed her about the neok aiid breast One thrust severed ber tongue. Mrs. Mo Laughlin succeeded iu reaching a neighbor's bouse, and gave the alarm. The women say their assailant was Will iam Smith, brother of the widow with whom McLaughlin ran away, lie and his brother were arrested, but they proved an alibi an d were released. Aud He Was an I-talluii. Washisiiton City, June 27. The wife of a prominent Washington merchant was considerably annoyed Thursday evening while making some purchases, by the atten tions of an effeminate, dandified young man. Finally she went into a Ninth street store and waited three quarters of an hour, during which time her annoyer walked up and down in front of the place. Meanwhile her husband had been summoned aul within three minutes after his arrival the insulting youth was thoroughly and completely tnrasbed. A policeman carriei his remains to the sta tion, tier J it was learned ttxit he was an atla.'he of the Italian legation and well known in society circles. He wastherenpon allowed to depart Horrible Find in a Freight Car. Chicago, June 27. "There's a pretty rank smell here," said John O'Toole, a resident of Englewood Thursday afternoon as he clam bered iuto a Orand Trunk stock car on Hoi sted and Fifty-eighth street'. Open ing the car be found the badly decomposed liody of a man lying on his back with a revolver, two chambers of which were empty, clutchej in his right hand. In one corner of the car was a small saebel con taining some papers and un extra coat and vest. The body, falling to pieces with its own weight, was taken to the morgue. Tlie remains are supposed to be those of a cattle shipper. The body bad t he appearance of having besn in the car foratout tbree weeks. He Died Kaay. HlMPBIB, Tenn., June 27. John Mc- Ksever, a colored man, was hanged in the jiil here Friday at 12:30 pin Theexecu tion was witnessed by only six persons, in accordance wjth the laws of Tennessee. He died easy. It was expected all along that he would break down and confess at the last moment, but he stolidly protested hii in nocence to the last. He made an attempt at suicide Thursday night by cutting an artery in bis arm with the lid of a snuff-box, but failed. Settled Their DiMculty for Good. Chattanooga, Tenn., June 27. News has just been received of a terrible tragedy on Lookout mountain. Two cattle men named Ellison and Taylor have had considerable trouble over the ownership of cattle. They aeroed to settle the feud when thriy next met, if some amicable agreement could not be reached through a friend. Ellison met Tavlor. and a terrible struggle ensued. which resulted in Ellison stabbing Taylor to death. Both were well known and wealthy. Fish Denied a New Trial. Niw York, June 27. Judge Wallace, Benedict and Brown, sitting in banc in the United States circuit court, have handed down a decision denying James D. Fish a new trial The same judges made a similar decision in the matter of Boyd, the gli importer, who was found guilty of tanking fraudulent customs entries. William Hughes, a nephew of "Ton. Harhes." is engaged in sheep, rising St Texas. Pure blood is absolutely' necessary in order to enjoy perfect health. Hood's Sarsanarilla purifies the blood and strengthens the system. Botiee to Dog Owners. Citt Marshal's Office. Rock Island, June 16, 1885. Notice is hereby given to owners of dos to register and pay the tax now due. All owners of dogs are re quested to pay their tax without delay to the city marshal at his office, as the ordi nance in relation to aogs wiu ie emorcea to the full extent of the law. Louis V.'Eckhabt, , t( City Marshal. HAVING A HIGH OLD TIME. Illinois Statesmen Making: the Clou et the Seaslon Lively. SrRiNOFiELa June 27. Not until 1 oVWk Friday morninir, did the senate adlourn. after a noisy semi on, which rivaled the most turbulent session in the home. Tl. trouble commenced when an attamnt s made to take ud the convict-Uhor bilL Mr. Ray. who wa in the chair. ruled that it required a two-thirda rote tc taKe up house bills on a second readinc Tbis caused a deadlock which continued fot hours. The friends of the measure declared there should be no business done unless tbc bill was read a second time. Ray stead- lastly refused to entertain any motion to ta.ua up the bill The scenes during the night were indescribable. The senators shouted at the tops of their voices and threw books and paper wads with the greatest abandon. President Smith, whose hostility to ine out was most pronounced, wore out his gavel pounding for order, and at 12:30 declared the senate ad journed, and left ' the (hair. On motion of Senator Mason, Mr. White took the chair, and the Chicago Trade and Labor assembly convict-labor bill was promptly advanced to third reading. The senate then adjourned to 10 o'clock in the morning, but not before a motion to recon sider was made, which would kill the bill of the action of the body after the lieutenant governor quit the chair is legal i nis matter came un in the senate the first thing Friday, and the presiding officer aeriarea tue proceedings after be declared the senate adjourned invalid, by ruling that un adjournment must stand. From tbis de cision an appeal was taken. In the meantime Mason offered a rnsolu tion submitting the question of convict labor to the people and providing for a constitu tional amendment prohibiting it, and thi- was carried and so ended the matter. Chicago, June 27. Ths Journal's Spring- neiu special nas tne following: An interesting little encounter between Speaker Haines and Representative Stewart, of Kaine. occurred Kridav morninir nn the lloor of the house a few minutes previous to we meeting or tne house. Mr. Stewart appeared during a dis cussion between Haines and sev eral members of the manner in which the butterine bill was strangled in the bouse, and the speaker called upon him to testify to the purity of his (Haines') motive ana to tne unvarying honesty of his ao- tions. Mr. Stewart told him there was not an honest hair in his head, that nature had stamped the evidence of his rascality upon uin matures. Haines was too angry to reciprocate his usually suocessful manner. Other dispatches state that the house rushed through all the appropriation bills and such other legislation as were necessary. The difference of f 1,000,000 between the sen ate and house as to the tax levy bill was ar ranged by making the levy J.),3(W,0i(0 in stead or J0.OOJ 000, as tho senate tiled it The Flyer at It light on ltexrh. New YonK, June 27. (Six races were run at Brighton Beach couisje, Friday, as fol lows: First race, mile; Rocket C. first, Ex celsior second, Grand Dukes third; time, 1 :17 'i. Second race, 1 mile; Belle B. first, Shelby came seconu, w ooa lower tnird ; time, 1:44. Third race, 1 mile; Uberto first, Bahama second, Quixote third, time. 145. Fourth race, l Vj milas; Little Dan first, Nettle second, John Sullivan third; time, 2:30. tilth race, i miles; Dizzy Blonde first, IJllie li. second, Cardinal McClosky third time, 2:11. Sixth race, IV miles; Farewell, first Islette second, Ti bra tor third: time. 2:12. Disbursing the Cotton Fair Appropriation. Washington Citt, June 27. Director General Buck had an interview Friday with Assistant tseeretary or the Treasury Fair child which resulted in an agreement to de duct from the (15,000 appropriated by con gress for the benefit of the cred itors of the World's exposition, (72,757, being the aggregate amount of claims in dispute, and to pay the sum of (262,24: pro rata to those whose claims correspond with the accounts credited by the board of management The balance, (72,757, is to be disbursed when disputed accounts have been ail justed between the claimants and the board of management, or allowed by some tribunal having jurisdiction. Euterprisluy Young People. kockfoiu), ins., June -Jl. Uuite a sen sation was created here Friday morning by the announcement that Willie liibson, 19 years old, bad silently slipped away to Be loit with Miss Cora L Eatm, a 10 year old child of C. B. E lton, a well-known business man, and had been tinitod in marriage in that city by .Rev. Mr. Higley. As both parties are mere rhildren, the marriage has oiused considerable comment. Just what steps the Eatons will take is not known at present The couple are with the girl'; parents here. A Squeexe on the Oil Exchange. New York, June 27. There was consid arable excitement on the Consolidated Stock and Petroleum exchangs Friday at the open ing. The shorts in the Pipe Line certificates were subjected to a severe squeeze and the price was advanced rapidly to SiV the highest point touched for several m on tba All sorts of rumors of impending failures of oil broker firms were circulated, but to 1 o'clock none were announced. The cause of the rise was said to be due to reports of diminished How in several of the principal oil wells. Failures for a Week. New York, June 'SI. The business fail urea occurring throughout the country dur ing the last seven days, as reported to R G. Dunn St Co., number for the United States 176, and for Canada 24, or a total of 205, as compared with a total of 226 last wetk and 207 the week previous to the last The fail ures are light and unimportant in the various sections of the country, especially in New York city. The redwood posts of a fenpe erected in Napa, Cal., thirty two years ago were recently removed and found in as good condition as when first put into the ground. sF)eci4l WW EXiiRAQTS MOST PERFECT MADE Purest and strongest Natural Fruit Flavors. Prepared bya physician with (pedal regard to At the Davespobt Business College, Book ICeifihq, Rapid Calculation, Commercial Law. PaeKooBArai, Ttpk Wkitiso, TlLISBAPHT. m jun-24-dlyw DUNCAN 6 HAWKS, Prop tn. THE MARKETS. CaiOAOO, June 20. The market quotations on the baarl of trade to-day ware as follows: Wheat No. i June, opened S'?to, closed tf7c; July, opened baya, closed 8Sc: August, opened 9ue, clojej DOJc, Corn No. 2 June, opened 4i mc, closed 4, He: July, opened 47c. closed 46 He; August, Opened soje, closed 4o. Oats No. 2 June, opened 8s!tc, closed sane; July, opened 325,0, closed Wc; Auft-ust, opened 7c closed XHa. fork July, opened (10.25, closed tlO.rtX; August, opened IIO.ST. cloael tl0.ii?U: Beptember, opened 110.47V, closed $I0.47J. Lard July, opened tS.83). closed 0 62. Live stock The Union stoec yams rD3ri the following range of prises: Hog Mar ket opened tairiy active, prices being 5g 10c higher; light grades, 4.05(S4.80; rough packing, t3.tf504.2O; heavy packing, $4.10(3 4.25. Cattle Active ami strong; natives, t5.00(2(U2X; bulk, $5.40(25.60; butchers, fa50fe24.no. Wheep low, weaK; fi.iO 4.20; bulk, t300(g3.oU Froduce: Butter Best creamery, 16c: fancy dairy, 14&15c; packing, M7Mc per lb. Eggs Best recandled, llo per doz. Potatoes New, $2.25g't00 per buL Poultry Spring chickens, 18c; bene, ) 9!4c; rooiter, t(iWe per lb. Apples to 60(35.00 r bbl. Stiawberries Mich igan, 4U0$70c per lo-qt case; Ohio, (3.00 44.30 per :a-qt case. Hay No. 1 timothv, tl2 0i)iCI3.0o, and upland frairie, (10.0012 00 per ton. Kew Tork. New York, June 2& Wheat Opened a shade stroneer. after ward ruled easier and declined H(wHc, lead ing to a moderate degree or activity ; No. wuiie, nominal; ao. a red June, wwstcu (1.00V; do July, Je(gtH.u0; do August, tllHJjl.OJH; .September, $1.0;) 1.04 ; do October,' (l.(i;j4tl.0CW. Com sitc lower and moderately active; mixed west ern spot, 500550; do future,, 5tlt054a Oats A shade lower; western, aiiStte. Provisions Beef dull; new extra, $11.00. Pork dull and heavy; new mess, (11.00(3 ll.au. I4trd duu and lower; steam-rendered, 0.77X. Su JLouia. St. Urais, June 26. W heat Active and lower: No. 2 red sash, 7X0Wt'c; July, OSc; August, 99Hc. Corn Slow but ateady; cash 44,'.i,0144c; July, August, Mc. liats Easier; cash, S2!033c; July. 28c bid; August, twc. ttye null; ou4c bid. Provisions Porfc, dull, (lO.tto. tard, nominal, ftUttug 3 4U. nisay ateaay; 1,1.1. Mllwaukea Milwaukkk, Wis , June 2a Wheat Steadv: Milwaukee No. . 87, July, 88o; August, He. Corn Wteaay; a i, 47c. Uats Dull; No 2, Vla. itye oieaay; no i, oio. Barley Worn naL Toledo. Toledo, Junt 26. ' ivheat Quiet and steadv: No. 'i red cash ana June, ic: July. lc: Aueust. KiV; September, 94c; Oct.ber, 90Wo: No. 2 soit.WXGjiWe. Corn Firm a.id dull) no. c casn anu dune, Bc; July. ISJtc Aiwist suc. uk-uiwlliiil; A 84 j4. asked. CHICAGO. Article. Opening. - closing W'T inne .... July 88 v K7 August HUli Sept. 9i M Cork June 4714 July 4fitt 4ti(, August 4S 4t,i S.'l.I. Itifc 4bii Oats J nte July 3214 SS August 27s y?H Sept. i.tf!4 S(i Poke June July 10 as 10 as August 10 85 10 S Kept. 10 43 10 45 Lard lune .... July 6 61) 6 66 August 6 70 . 6 70 Stepl. 6 77 151 Ribs June ' 681 July .... 5 85 August .... 5 45 Dc-pt & 55 Hoes-IVOu: Hunt. 4 05a4 10: mixed. 3 5a4 05 neavy, 4 iuss w BOCK ISLAND. )att 3Sc Hay Timothy (7.00. Hay-Wild-ti.OJ. Cora 48c Potatoes 40c. Onions 90c. coal Soft 12; hard W 50, uora wood ft no. Straw- $5.00. THE WONDER b becoming universal as to how such an im mense sale could be created in Lowell for Hood's Sabsaparilla. But, my friend, if yon could stand behind our counter a week and hear what those say who are using it, the reason would appear as clear as the noon-day sun. The real curative power of Hood's &arsaparh.la demonstrates itself in every case where our directions are faith fully regarded. We would that we might get before the people a fractional part of the confidence that is expressed to us every day in this medicine by those who have carefully noted (without prejudice) its effects upon the blood and through that upon the whole sys tem, stimulating all the functions of ths body to perform the duties nature requires of them. Try a bottle and satisfy yourself.. Cold Hands and Feet. LOWFLU Feb. S. 1679. Messrs. C. I. Hood a Co.: ticutlemen About one year ago my daughter commenced taking your Sarsaparilla. At that time she had very little appetite; could take no lone walks, and her lace was badly broken out Willi a humor. She was low-spirited ; troubled with cold hands and feet; her blood seemed to be poor, and she was in a condition which caused us great anxiety. After taking one prove; and she now has a good appetite and can take much longer walks. Her humor is nomine compared witn what It was one year ago. bhe is in better spirits, is not troubled with cold hands and feet as previously. And I attribute this improvement in ber condi tion largely to your Sarsaparilla. She has taken six bottles, and intends to continue its use. 1 was inclined to oppose the trial of it at first. 1 now have great faith in it as a moou iiurmer. very inuy yours, A. L. HINCKLEY, No. 204 Broadway, Lowell, Mass. food's Sarsaparilla. Sold hy all druggists. Price (l; or six for (5. Prepared by C. I. HOOD t CO., Apoth- vvoiies, AAjwcn, mass. HALF-CENT A WORD. Tbi A sous hereafter will publish in this col umn all alvertisemenis of Lost, Found, For Rent. For Sale, Bosrd or Rooms, Wanted, and liniilai notices, at the low rate of ow-half a cent a word. each figure a word, but na advertisement lea than tea cents. FOR HALE Old papers for sale in any quantity at thia office, cheap. 4 FOR SALE Sixty lots in my additions to the city of Rock islaud on four yearly payments, with interest ai six per cent per annum, d-6-m B. Daventobt WANTED Ladies and gentlemen In city or country wientug to earn as to a aaey at tneir own homes; no canvassing; work furnished and sent by mall any distance. For particulars address with sump, CKYSTALIZEJ) PHOTO CO., 6S W no St.. vmcmnaii. o. SCHOOL ELECTION. Notice is hereby given that on Tuesday the 80th day of June, iHer, at the w iueawake Uose House, (Uoort nouse pquare i in tne city or Bora Island, an election wui oe neia I or One Member of the Board of Education, which election will be owned at elerht o'clock In the morning and continue open uniil seven o'clock in tne aileruoon oi tnai aay. THOMAS MCRDOC'K. Mavor. Rock Ieland, 111., June lth,lH85. dtd G. W T0ML1NS0N, AMD AUCTIONEER. Will attend te all calls for my services. Best references given. Acdrjss, . ; ORION, ILLS, ept-t-dtf vetennary Surgeon House Cleaning Time. LARGE Stock R. CRAMPTON MMm low " Prices W. PETERSON fc CO., They Stand at theHead! THE BEST SHOES For QettiUmtiC wear, in the World, for tht money, ire STACY, ADAMS & CO. H hi 0 COMFORT, STTt-K AVD DFRABlXITTt Atk your dealeror the Staff, Aaaau A Co. Shoe. These goods ara mad. of like best French and Do meslic stock, Kangaroo tops, in hand and maohin. sewed, in CONUKF.S8, BUTTON and LACK, and EVERT PAIR WARRANTED. 8atiafsction is guaranteed everyone that wears the Stacy, Adnms Co. Btaoe. Bold evsrywbsr. br nrst-clau dealers. No. 1 8 1 8 Second mar-19-dwSm ALASKA'S REFRIGERATORS, Climax Cook Stoves, Monitor Oil Rapid Ice Water WILLARD THE "TIVOLI," M. MAGRUM, Proprietor, Second Avenue, - - Opp. Harper House. ( lie -'Tivoli" has lately been transformed Into a Palace equaling in every respect the tne. ealoonain Chicago and surpassing anything in the thru cities. A number of rani operated by machinery for keeping the air cool is one of the leading features of the place. The Liquid Refreshments dixpenned at this establishment Is in keening with its grand Improve ment. An elegant lunch served every morning. All kinds of sandwiches jnn-7 d6m served on short notice. ROCK ISLAND No. 1809 Second Avenue. 1 r) v PAEK & ELLIS, Boots, Shoes, Rubbers, &c All the Leading Styles and Makes in Men's, tSPCome and see ns. vTH. RAMSKILL, MM MMFKEKRRRK OCCC H H A NN NTTTTT MMM.MF R RC CH HAANIfN T MM.MMK R RO H HAANNN T MMMMKRB KRRK O HHHH A A N N N T MM.MMK K HO H II AAA N NN T MMMMF R RC GH HA AN N N T M M MKKREK B OOOO H HA AN NN T No. .1603 Second Avenue, CVFine fits a Specially. IF1. S. SOTJTHIA.ID, Manufacturer and Dealer in UPHOLSTERED FURNITURE, MATRASSES AND PICTURE FRAMES. Also Dealer in Mirrors, Cornish Poles, Curtain Fixtures, Mouldings, Etc., IJTPrkis lower than the lowest, Treman's Block, opp. CommercUl Hotel. JA.COB RILEY, Dealer and Importer In Marble and Granite Monuments. tySpecial Designs furnished on application. Correspondence solicited. Works and Office on East 17th St., opposite P. 0.. sept 23-dlT Rock Island, HI. J. T. DIXON, MERCHANT TAILOR, And Deal ei in Mens' Fine Woolens, oov-55-dly EXOHAN GKE HALL. RUDOLPH SCHWECKE, SALOON And BILLIARD HALL, Below the C. E. t & P. Depot, Moline Ave., Rock Island, HI. Imported and Domestic Beet and Wine, Fine Iibuora and Cigars alwsys on hand, jua 90-1? & COMPANY. muue vy Ave., Rock Island. Stoves, Cream Freezers Coolers, &c, -AT- BAKER & CO.'S Opposite Harper House. TRUNK FACTORY Manufacturers of all kinds of Trunks, Traveling Bags, Sample Cases. "REPAIRING DONE.1 Women's, Misses, Boy's, Youth's and Children's Goods. Down 10 Starvation Prices. The public, w.4 enough "Cheap Shoes'' and arc ready tor good 80 kink, has hai cheap. 1 704 Second Avenue. TTTTT T T T T T T, a ni. A A lit A A II L OOO RRKR O OR R O OR R O O RRRR A A II L AAA II L O 8& A A II L U AI1LLLLL OOO R ROCK ISLAND, ILL. 1 706 Second avenue. i , i 5"" r : i I 4I !.!