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While You Can. Another large invoice of those -BLUE CLOTH- G. A. R. SUITS, -or WHICH We have sold over 200 this season, has just "been re ceived at All tnose intending: to get one of these Suits had better call at onc8 before sizes are broken, as this is probably the last lot of the season. Price $9i35i Including two sets of Buttons Special Attention is called to oar $1.50 Sailor Suits For little Boys, which are genuine bargain and the BEST SUIT ever offered for the money in this city. Mosenfelder & Kohn, The Reliable One Price Clothiers, 1729 Second Avenue and 120 Eighteenth St, between Crampton's (Book Store and First .National Bank. fl 1 01 41 1 Ml 0 i The Daily Abgus. SATURDAY. iVm 27. 1885. TimttTM. The poll for next Tuesday'a election will be at tbe Wide Awake hose bouse in tbe court bouse square, and tbe hours will be from 8 ft. m. to 7 p.m. Every body interested in our public schools should vote early for J. W. Welch, the popular candidate. A Oale. At 11 o'clock this morning dark.tbreat ening clouds rose rapidly in tbe west, and tbe city was for several minutes visited by a furious gale, which filled the streets with dust and damaged awnings and swinging signs to some extent, but noth ing of a serious nature was done. F artisan - Tbe more one thinks about the states ment made by tbe Union, "that the dents ocrats are trying to gain control of the school board," the more amusing it seems. One year ago tbe board was composed of four republicans and only one democrat, but the democrats never complained. They desire to keep politics out of school matters, and the Union is being severely censured for introducing party tactics In- to tbe election. This is the first time in the history of our school board that pol itics have been mentioned on ei'her side. An KlMtion. St. Paul Lodge, No. 107, Knights of Pythias, met at tbe Cable hose house last evening and elected the following officers: Chancellor Commander D. J. Sears. Vice Cbancellor--J . M . Reiter. Prelate W. M. Whiflen. Keeper of Records and Seals George w. Henry. Master of Exchequer Chris Gaetger. Master of Finance E. H. Bowman. Master at Arms Samuel Wright. Past Chancellor J. M. Beardsley, 2d. Representative J. T. Ken worthy. River Kipuu. Tbe elegant fast packet Sidney will be down the first thing in the morning. The fleet Josephine will bring an e cursion from Clinton tomorrow . The palatial river queen Pittsburg, is1 taking freight and passengers at the Dia mond Jo dock for St. Paul. The race horse Mary Morton will be here for St. Paul Monday forenoon. The clipper St. Paul will land for northern points Monday. Fohct loiau. Charles W. Jamison, of Cincinati, Ohio, was in the polios court this morning charged with plain drunk. Magistrate Bennett fined him 13 and costs, but re' mitted tbe amount on condition that the prisoner would leave the city. Jamison is tbe mau spoken of in yesterday's Annus as suffering so intensely with delirium tremens. He vows he will reform now, once and forever. This morning, Officer Cary arrested Thomas McGovern, u freight train brake man on the Illinois division of the C, IX. . & P., for breaking into a fruit car in tbe yards of tbe road in this city last night. Tbe trial is in progress before Magistrate Bennett this afternoon. A Fictnr. The blood at democracy flows thick in the veins of Frank Wilson, of Rural. Ever since tbe election of Cleveland be has been singing hosannas, and now be has established . an agency for a demo cratic souvenir, with photographs of Cleveland and Hendricks, Samuel J. Til den, Thomas Jefferson, George B. Mc Clellan and Andrew Jackson, finely grouped. The army and navy are also appropriately represented, and altogelhe it is a rare picture. Wilson expects to gladden the hearts of the democracy hereabouts by selling his collection o statesmen for a modest sum. Song tarvica- The following is the programme of the song service to be held at the Central Presbyterian church tomorrow morning Oran voluntary Te beum "We Praise The, O God" Warren INVOCATION. Sentence "The Lord is in Hia Holy Temple " Hyinu "Great Ood This Sacred Day of Tnine, Solo-(Mr. Knocke) Quartet -Lord With Glowing Heart Warren Hymn -Jerusalem, me uoiuen " BMFONSITX RKADINQ, Offertory. Solo (Mrs. Wckersou) -'Fear Not, Thy fiod is near" Uilttert ADDBIH. Quaitet "Kelolce tbe Heart of Thy Servant noumara Hymn "All Hall tbe Power of Jesus' Name Bound Over far Anon. Yesterday Joseph iieaiord, a youn man not over eighteen years of age, was arrested on the charge of arson and boon over to the grand jury iff the sum of $1, 500 bond. Bedford is accused of having fired the Davenport woolen mills, Friday, June 10, on which day tbe estab 1-shment was gutted and nearly destroyed. The defendant denied the charge and claimed not - to have been in the carding room when the fire originated. One of the operatives claims to have seen him in that department shortly before the con nagration was discovered, tuner em ployes says bis conduct has been bus picious. Tbe evidence against the de fendant was not particularly damaging, but seems to have been sufficient to jus tify his binding over to the grand jury. luvenila Intartalnmanta. On Wednesday evening of this week, there was a happy gathering of young folks at the residence of Maj. C. W Hawes, the occasion being the fifth birthday anniversary of Maj. and Mrs Hawes' son, Charles, in whose honor the party was given, although a number of the guests were friends of Miss Josephine Hawes, who assisted her brother in the entertainment of tbe visitors. There were about seventy young ladies and gentle men present, and the hours were merrily passed. Yesterday being the twelfth anniver sary of the birth of Miss Mae Parsons, the day was appropriately observed by party given by Mr. and Mrs. Vi, S. Par son to their daughter, in which about twenty young lady friends of Miss Mae were invited. It was delightful affair in every way. Waterworks Hotic- Tomorrow morning the water will be shut off on Second avenue between Twentieth street and Sixth street, in or der to repair the valve on Sixteenth street near Second avenue. ' THE HAND OF DEATH. Goed Woman Passes from Earth Demise of Mrs. James Mills Charles Krati Breathes His Lant Fnseral Notices. MILLS. Death in its sad visitation has cast a gloom over another household in Rock Island. It was at 10:30 this morning that Mrs. James Mills passed from earth after an illness of several weeks' duration. She was taken with enlargement of the liver about seven weeks ago, and severe as the affection was, Dr. Plummer, the attending physician, did not think tbe trouble would prove fatal until Thursday of this week, when it developed into a general breaking down of tho entire sys tem. The patient passed into a semi comatose condition yesterday, and grad- ually sank until the hour of her death. Deceased was born in tbe village of Girard, Pa., Sept. lth, 1828. Her maiden name was Nancy Ilart. Her childhood days were spent at tbe place of her birtb, and she was married there in 1842 to James Mills. Six children was the result of the union tbe eldest, a son, Edward, died in this city six weeks ago. The others in the order of their age are: Henry H. and Milton G., lime manufao turers at Wilton, Iowa, the latter being mayor of the place L. H., merchant at Brooklyn, Iowa, and Mrs. Timothy Babs cock, of this city. All tbe children and their families were with their mother in her last hours. Mr. Mills came to this city from Penn sylvania for the beieflt of his health sev en years ago, and his family came a year later, Mr. Mills having accepted a posi tion as cashier in Mclntire's dry goods store, an office which he still holds. Brief as her residence in Rock Island has been, the deceased lady has won several warm friends. She was possessed of all the characteristics of a noble woman, was a faithful wife and devoted mother, and most beloved by those who knew ber best. The funeral will be held from the fam ily residence 510 Twentythird street, at 4 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. KRATZ. At 2 p. m. yesterday occurred the death of Charles Kratz, at tbe residence of bis brother-in-law, on Fifth street between Fourth and Fifth avenues. The deceased i 13 years of age and was a sufferer from consumption which caused his death. The funeral will be held at 10 o'clock tomorrow (Sunday) morning from his late home as given above. STILES. The funeral of tbe late Miss Maggie E. Stiles will take place Sunday, at 2 m., from tbe residence of her mother, 2104 Third avenue, to Christian chapel Interment at Cbippianock cemetery. Rev. J. II. Wright will conduct the ser vices. Deceased's brother, Mr. John Stiles, and bis wife, arrived from Chicago this morning to attend the funeral. Sunday Sarvicu. Tbe Rev. W. U. Goodisson. of Cam bridge, will officiate at Trinity church at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. "Tbe Fruits of thh Spirit: Long Suffer ing' (1045 a. m.) and "Tbe Eternal Word" (7:30 p. m.) will be discoursed upon by the Rev. I. W. Read, pastor, in the First Baptist church. Sunday school at 0:40 a. m. , J. W. Welch, superinlen dent. Twentieth street Evangelical Lutheran church: the Rev. C. A. Mennicke, pastor Text at 10 a.m. Luc i:57 80. Them a "Von der Heilungdes TJuglauhens in d-m Glaenbigen." Service four miles east r Moline at 2 p. m. Them at 7:30 p. in "Von der goettlichen Vorsehuug." At 10:45 a. m. the Rev. J. A. Reynolds D. D , pastor in the United Presbyterian church, will preach on "Beth," the ser moc will be illustrated by the use of the blackboard, and the Sunday school scbol ars will take part in tbe services. At 7:30 p. m. Dr. Reynolds' subject will be "Doomed by His Father." Sunday school at 0:30 a. m., Hugh WarnocE. superin tendent. Toung folks' meeting at 7 p. m. "The World's Challenge to the Church-.. Watchman, What of lhe Night?" (10:45 a. m.) and "The Church's Response: The Morning Cometh and also the Night" (7:30 p. m ) will be the subjects of the Rev. R. G. Pearce, D. D., paslor in the First Methodist Episcopal church. Suns day school at 0:15 a. m., E. W. Spencer, superintendent. "What Does the New Testament Teach on Temperance?" will be the 10:45 a. m. subject of the Rev. W. S. Marquis, pas tor, in the Broadway Presbyterian church. At 2:30 p. m. the quarterly Sunday school review concert will occur. At 7:30 p. m. Mr. Marquis will preach on: "Zeccheus: or Salvation This Day," Luke xii:l-10. Sunday school at 0.10 a. m. J. W. Stew art, superintendent. Young peopl's meet ing at 7 p. m., a study of I Cor. viii :4-8 . There will be a song service in the Cen tral Presbyterian church, tbe Rev. S. S. Cryer, pastor, 'at 10:45 a. m. The pro gramme as arranged is as follows: Organ voluntary; Te Deum, "We Praise Thee, O God," Warren; invocation; sentence; "The Lord is in His Holy Temple;" hymn, "Great God, This Sacred Day of Thine;" sob, (Mr. Enocke); quartet, "Lord With Glowing Heart," Warren; hymn, "Jerusalem the Golden," respon sive reading) offertory, solo. (Mrs. Nick- erson) "Fear Not, Thy God is Near," Gil bert; address; quartet, "Rejoice the Heart of Thy Servant,'' Southard; hymn, "All Hail the Power of Jesus' Name." At 7:30 p. m. Mr. Cryer will preace on 'The Young Minstrel." Sunday school at 0:80 a. m., W. H. Hatch, superintendent Young people's meeting at 6:30 p. m., a praise service. onitroke. The first case of sunstroke in this sec tion this year is reported from Moline on Thursday. A young son of W. A. Mo Donagll was the victim. A peculiarity of the case is that the patient had full use and control of his hands and legs, while his tongue cleaved so tightly to tbe lower row of teeth that for a time it was impossible to administer medicine. Dr Dunn rendered medical assistance. . - ' ' Woman's Bwrneraair. " " ' " A few more affectionate, yearning, over-young females have come to a fit of grief and a deep slough of despond through weir inability in times past oi keeping their hands off the latest kind of stationery, wax and odorous envelopes. The very first thing a woman snouia not do after spooning a little over a young man a dude or a pirate, is to write him a letter. But as he urges, she could no more refrain from airing this one elegant accomplishment than she can help turning to look at a woman she bates. Of all things she knows that she can write the "most beautiful letters." What harm can there be? At first her letters are dear little scraps of pink pa per, covered with quotations in an Italian hand, to show, like St? Elmo's sweet heart, just how much she knows. His answers are evasive, out written in such a splendidly manly way. Thorough ly Chmese in bis notions, ne Detunes himself on every page and exalts her, a style of thing likely to win the jury to him bv and by. Mow she wrings irom mm tne pledge of undying secresy. He vows to return them all or burn them. "If you think so meanly of me, darling my love, my life you had best not write them." This solid, yard-wide-aii-wool advice Maude repudiates witb contempt tor ner little faith, writing all ber soul in the next sixteen paces bv tbe next post. Mary Fisae, that keen-willed, au-auve diamond of tbe literary and newspaper world of New York, intimates in ber "Giddy Gusher" that woman should write her love letters as if they were to be al ways read in open court by the opposite council or sheriff. Mary, dear, as well try to get a woman to tell the truth about her age, or the size of her shoe as to render ber sensible over letters. She generally writes at night after carelessly rambling over a book of poems he marked and a moon of Delmomco ice cream seems rolling through a heaven of Charlotte Wusse. Everything Is sweet and true she empties her thought bin to that hand m silk underwear and hand painted suspenders. In the near future some other girl, who holds the "joker" and the last three tricks, looks into a pile of rubbish tied with a Cape May cravat. Together they shout iu derision over sentences like these: "Sometimes, Herbert. I feel that our hearts were both shot toward each other at birth, and that by fairies we have been invisibly guided from the farthest shores of different oceans to rush Into each others' arms." And: "Tell me on each day, dear, how much you love me II will enable me to live through your absence." Here are sacred flowers torn from an altar and ruthlessly trampled un der the number three shoes of his latest steady company. Or fancy abaldheaded judge, who is expected to name f 50,000 damages for blighted affections, reading in court this sort of stuff: All, all I have I give to thee, Arthur. I care for no more. Throw my heart away if you choose. It is yours. I ask nothing of you but that you will always think of me as now. He swears as he never did love her.thkt her wishes are fulfilled. 50,000! Once she swore she asked nothing. Bah I When will mothers learn to invite and secure the confidence of their letter writ ing daughters? How much misery and tiuimhaiion might be saved it girls would swear to write no letters until married Nor give photographs to be stacked on the mantel of a bacheloi club man for the handling and amusement of his fellows Of course it is only villains who read out love letters or brine them into court, but as the villain fraternity still lives, and still "pursues her," why don't women learn that a love letter to any man is a boomerang almost certain to come back and knock ber senseless when she least expects it. Letters from married as well as single folks have been as deadly in ef. feet as a fine fat cotton mouth snake, or adder, warmed in the bosom. Hons Capers. The horse of Wheelan Bros.' delivery wagon, created considerable excitement along Eighteenth street yesterday. Tbe horse had been left on Twenty fourth street while the driver went into a house to deliver some groceries, the only fasten ing being an eighteen pound weight which proved, however, to be no drawback upon the animal's movements after be started Hardly had the driver left him when be started off to Eighteenth street at a ler lliu rate, the wagon collided with a buggy belonging to E. II. An await, and the collision caused tbe runaway horse to fall and further damage was thereby averted The wagon was smashed into kindling wood, but no other barm was done. Mr. Wheelan proposes to rid himself of the horse, for although ho is a good animal in other ways, he requires watching and is not suitable for the delivery business Mr. O. J. Dimick was displaying the fine movements of his black roadster last evening, wben the animal became fright eued at a street car and shied into the postoffice corridor aud would have reach ed the stamp window had not the buggy refused to pass through the door. The horse is a greatpet with Mr. Dimick and be proposes shipping him to Chicago for use tbere. Boiler Explouon. The boiler in tbe Moline Union Mllea ble Iron works exploded about eleven o'clock this morning, with a loud report which was heard all over tbe city. For tunately no one was injured in the least although the building was considerably wrecked., A vacant space of 16x10 feet was left m the north wall, while the apers ture in the south wall was not so large One of the firemen is to blame for tbe ac cident. The regular engineer was off duty, and the person in charge forgot to look at the water guage. He can thank his lucky stars that he still has a whole hide, and that he can live to do more damage. Fourth of Jaly Excursion To Credit (or Offerman's) island. Steamer and new barge will run every two hours, commencing atO a. m,, and touching at both Davenport and Kock Island. Amuse ments, dancing and good music; 80 cents for round trip. Grounds open for the season for school and society picnics. E. Faukland P. o. Drawer C. Z., Rock Island, DJ. 27dlw A.O. U. W. Hotioo. Members of the A. O. U. W. lodges of the city are hereby notified that there will be a onion meeting held in A. O. U. W. hall on Tuesday evening June 30, at 8 o clock. A full attendance is desired. By order A. J. Cook, Sec'y. For tale. . Two second hand billiard tables, good as new. Will sell cheap. o Doc Mitchell. 213 Brady street, Davenport, Iowa. 27dl House Bumhtrinc- . House numbers, in a ' variety of styles, for sale at my shop. No. 1615 Third av enue 16 3wks Chas. Fimio The Central shoe store continues to be the most popular place to buy foot wear. Notice the change in the time card of the C, R. I. & P. road. Advertise in the half-cent-a-Word-coK umn of the Abgus. It will pay you. The "glorious Fourth" one week from today. . . If you want a nice chamber or parlor suit give Cordes & Kaon a call . Go where everybody goes for shoes and slippers the popular Central shoe store. Dr. J. W. Stark. Dentist, 1722 Second avenue. ' diyr. Tbe finest line of camp rockers ever brought to this city, at Cordes & Eann'a. Dr. McCandless, dentist, corner Third avenue and Twentieth street. tf The board of supervisors meet on July 13th, instead of July 6lb, as stated iu the morning sheet. Get your awnings, tents, wagon cov ers, etc., of G. II. Young, 117 Main St., Davenport, Iowa. apllDdtr Rev. J. H. Wright united in marriage W. Vanardel and Miss Mary E. Sut- cliffe lasrvening. The groom is a con ductor on the "Q." road. Go to Cordes & Kaon for parlor suits, rattan rockers, reed and rattan goods. At prices lower than the lowest. E. E. Parmcnter, attorney at law Makes collections, loans money, and will attend to any legal business intrusted to him . Office, postoffice block. Rock Isl and. Ill ds&wly Tbe regular mcntbly meeting of the Jefferson club will be held in the club's rooms .on second avenue, this even ing- . Mr. A. Thompson, of Bowling, was in the city today. He will close his school in district No. 2 on Tuesday. Rev. W. H. Goodisson. of Cambridge, will officiate at Trinity church tomorrow morning and evening. Miss Minnie Richards, of Muscatine, and Miss Minnie Trumbly, ofLe Claire, Iowa, are visiting the Misses Gray, of this city. Miss M. A. Cooke, of the high school faculty, left, yesterday, for Wellesley col lege, near Boston, to attend the reunion of the class ot 82, of which she is a mem ber. Davenport Democrat, SGth. There was a pleasant sociable at.the Y. M. C. A. looms last evening, which was largely attended. Tbe exercises consisted of vocal music and reading by Mr. W. B Mclntire. Mr. E. A. Sweeney, of Jefferson coun ty, Neb., is in the city on a visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Sweeney The young gentleman is engaged in the hardware business with his cousin, Mr. A. M. Tunuell, and is doing well. He reports splendid prospects for crops in Nebraska. W. II. Catton, the noted billiard play er, is paying a visit to bis old friends in the city. Mr. Catton is now permanently located at St. Louis, and is improving his record as an expert of the ball and cue each year. "Bill" bids fare to win na tional honors in his profession. The young mens' meeting will occur in the Young Men's Christian Association rooms tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock Subject, "Trying to do better, and grow ing worse." Led by E. B. McEowen Tbe new time card which goes into ef' fact on the C, B. & Q. road tomorrow will cause several changes in the time and arrival ot tue dinerent passenger trains. Train No. 3, which has hereto fore left at 6:40, will leave at 6:50 a. m in the future. No. 3, now arriving at 7:20 a. m., will reach here at 6 50. The Sterling passenger will arrive at 7:45 in stead of 7 p. m , and leave at 7 instead of 7 30 p.m. A Creditable Work. Messrs. Merritt Starr and Russell H. Curtis, of Chicago, have just issued the second and last volume of their Annotated Statutes of Illinois. They were delivered to the members of the bar todav, the first voiume being issued about three month ago. It is one of the most complete and comprehensive law books ever issued and will be a monument to the industry and capability of lhe publishers, who, by the way. are old Rock Island boys. Mr. Starr was born here and is a son of J. C Starr. Mr. Curtis is a brother of Col Henry Curtis, and is well known in this city. The gentlemen have labored long and faithfully on their work, which w trust will bring them beneficial results. Bargain!. We will offer the following extremely low bargains to the people of tbe tri cities, the qualities of tbe goods being guaranteed by the undersigned to meet all the requirements Hint are claimed for them, until July 1, viz.. Two elegant Ubickenng upright pianos, one out lime used, me oilier case slightly marred in shipping, will se'.l them less than cost: 1 Kimball upright, $165 00; 1 Schumacher upright, new, $325.00 1 Emerson, 1274.00; 1 S. C. Ligbtre, square, f 165.00; 1 Kimball, new, f 75.00 1 wallet & Davis, elegant case, nearly new, $275.00; 3 old style square; at 40 and $50 and $60; 2 second hand organs, 20 and $50; melodeons $5 to $10. D. Rot Bowlbt, Manager, Kimball Branch House, 1726 Second avenue, Rock Island. C. C. KNELL r " RASMUSSEN S CARDT" In calling attention to the fact that we have refitted and redecorated Studio, making it not only the most complete but decidedly the haidsom est in this vicinity. We also wish to call attention to our disnlav of fl n Photographic work, all recently produced and containing manv novel n!5 pleasing positions and effects of light and shadow, varying in size from miniature up to 16x20 inches. We have been assured by old and com tent critics that It is by far the finest display ever made in this city Our 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 us 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 sir months either by sickness or vacation) our long experience enables us to appreciate the importance of scenic effects in Photo art, hence our operat ing room is fitted with a mass of accessories, consisting of stone wall, bal ustrades, stone and rustic bridges and fences, boa rocks, pond containing water lillies. stairways, screens, and a variety of back grounds, posmt chairs, table statues, vases, or what the Chicago Photo-Bureau say's, ig equalled in any gallery in this vicinity, but We plainly say (and it is , matter easily demonstrated) that no gallery in this contains one halt of the amount of our instruments; we don't boast that they were bought in a rem nant sale and used by predecessors for 25 years. Oh thb contrahv our instruments are of tbe latest improved makes, contaniing among others the Voigtlaeuder Enryscope and Dallmeyer Instantaneous Lenses . These two Celebrated Lenses cannot be pound in ant Gali.ert in this citt but ocrs. A pleased patron is tbe best advertisement and we strive to secure the advertisement by the excellence of our work. In order to better secure satisfactory results, every patron is given a show of three or four se. tives, ditlerent positions, and all of these proofs are shown, and should anv improvements suggest themselves, resittiugs will gladly be made free of charge. Gallery corner 18tb street and 2nd avenue. Rock Island. niar-e-dwljr L. LOWENSTEIN, -Manufacturer CLOTHING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. We manufacture all our own Clothiug thus saving a wholeaalu dealer's profit of which the customer gets the benefit, A large and fine stock of the jest pitting Qoods in the (ity. at prices defying every and all competition. fiTDon't fail to call and examine our stock. No. 1628 Second Avenue, Directly opposite tbe Rock Island Bouse J. E. GOLDSMITH, Manager. Mclntire & Co., Will place on their counters 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. MCINTIRE & CO., E. H. COLLINS, Well's Fire and Water lryHi'pmn!ig and Painting of Old Shingle ltoofa a epecialtj. Residence eor. 5th Ave., and 20th St., ROCK ISLAND, ILL jnne liMlm Zm-poil DELICIOUS ICE CUE AM, GOTO-- BIRKENFIELD'S II COO KEK tJStf OOO BRR KEK A Mil NHkUPPP A RRR L OORRR HO OK JSSt-O UK RK AA MHMMW7P PAA K RL O OR R 110 EF. O'!t0 KRR KK A A M MM MfcOPPP A A RRR L O O RRR IIO CF PvJi-1 CK RK AAA M M M&i P AAA R RL O OR R MOCCKEK V OOC R KBEEA AMMM'vp A AR &LLIX OO R R On Fourth Avenue between Twentieth and Twenty-first Sts., Recently refitted, refurnished and now lhe finest Parlors west of Chicago. DvA- Tcl-infl 111 Dealer in Books, Stationery. Cigars, Toys of everjr description, etc. AVUCr. isiauu, i SCHAFER HOUSE, (l.ATE OCCIDENTAL.) Markkt Square, - - ROCK ISLAND, ILLS. Transient Kates, f 1 00 per Pay Day Board. ........ 4 U0 per W eek. Board and LodffiliiT. - - - - - - . 450"" igrThe Bar is stocked with the choicest Wines, U THE ATLANTIC! BILLIARD AND POOL PARLOR, No. 1 8 12 Second Avenue, Rock Island. IVPHscner, Knlmbacher and the finest domestic Beer on draught. All kinds of Sandwiches Kiei it any hour. Telephone li. ang-l-dly JOHN SCHAFER, Wines, Liquors, No. This place has been refilled and refurnished and tar-Lunch ererjr morning. THE VERAJSTPA," FRED APPELQU1ST, - .Proprietor. Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars, BAST SIDE OF MARKET SQTJARK, Rock Island, e-lS-dly RICHARD F. WITT, licentiate in pharmacy, SUCCESSOR TO F. M. WHEATON, DIALER IK PUEB 3D;R -XJ O. S i And Toilet Preparations, Corner 2nd Ave., and 17 Sts' dot-i etf and Dealer in- New and elegant line of lawns just opened in new and desira ble colorings. White Goods are moving nicely. In fact tlis season has been our best for several years, which leads us to infer that we are headquarters on White goods. tSSHCaU and examine. USES Proof Paint and Wood Liquors aud Ciitars. 111 " ' JOMM WESTPMAU-Kroiirioiv.. -DEALER IN- Beer and cigars, 1316 Third Avenue. Rock Island, M- is now oue of tne best Saloons In the city iiuw-ll"