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ROCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS, FKIDAY, AtlGUST 7; 1885.
FOLUME XXX11I NO 241.
ESTABLISHED OCT. 18, 1851
How is die Tine to Secure Bargains.
THE LAST CHANCE.
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In order to make room for our immense stock of
Fall and Winter Clothing,
Hats, Caps, Etc., Etc.
jjgTCall early and secure bargains.
The Golden Eagle Clothing Store
A. LOEB, Mang'r.
Post Office Block, Rock Island, Illinois.
J. B. ZIMMER,
Is pleased to announce the completion of
and Summer stock oi Choice Suit
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lngs,-- surpassing an iormer cnuns.
He solicits jour 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 given to all orders with which you
may favor him Fit and Workmanship unexcelled.
No. 1810 Second Avenue, Rock Island, 111.
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Choice Brands of Minnesota and "Winter Wheat Flour,
Good Dairy and Creamery Butter, Cotton Mops, Minn., Potatoes, Vegetables, &c, at
O. J". LOIsTG-'S,
Cor. Nineteenth Street and Second Avenue.
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THOS. it. GAJEtrx:,
Is prepared to do all kinds of work in
Plain and Decorative Paper Hanging and Kalsomining.
A oomplete stock of
Wall Paper, Curtain Fixtures, Cornice Poles and Room Mouldings. Mixed
Paints always on hand.
BAlio a fall tin of Art Goods and Artists' Materials. Lessons given in Painting and French
Embroidery Work. Embroidery Silks, Cords and Fancy Goods which are sold at close
figures ; call and test prices of work.
1813 Second Avenue, ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
JACOB OHLWEILER, Jr.,
RETAIL DEALER IS
Wines, Liquors, Beer and Cigars,
"Free Lunch every morning and every Saturday evening.
No. 309 Twentieth Street.
may 7 Air
PROPOSED FOR A SCHEME SUGGEST
ED BY LABOR LEADERS.
An Extra Session of Congress to Discuss
Labor Belief The President To Bejj
Overwhelmed with a Monster Peti
tion Other Hatters.
I. 8. DAVIS
PrrrsBtTRO, Aug. 7. Some of the more
prominent leaders of workingmen of the
United States have just perfected plana
looking to universal agitation for an extra
ses-ion of conrss, to enable laws to be
passed to relieve the condition of the work
ingmen of this country. The movement
is general among the leaders, and
will shortly be placed before all
the Trades Union and Knights of Labor as
semblies of the United States.
The prime movers are the editors of
trades union, an tl-monopoly and Greenback
papers. They will simultaneously open the
agitation in their papers in a few days, and
it is anticipate! that by September a
monster petition will be presented
to the president, competing him.
in answer to public opinion, to call the ex
tra session at once. It is claimed that con
gressmen will not give time to the consid
eration of labor measures in regular session,
and that from an extra session, with the one
object in view, good results will accrue.
At the hearing Thursday, it was developed
that the company had spies employed to
identify the strikers and also to testify
against them. The eight strikers nnder ar
rest were held in f 1,000 bail for court, Ten
policemen are patrolling the yards of the
The Lumber Mill Troubles.
East Saginaw, Mich., Aug. 7 The mills
of Eaton, Potter & Co. and Rust Brothers
& Co. started Wednesday morning on the
bame conditions as before the strike, with a
full force. Representative Barry labored
earnestly with the men to in
duce tbera to stay out, but without
effect The men of Rust, Eaton & Co.
signed a petition to the firm to go to work
at the old terms, and it is expected the mill
will start at once. A number of other
mills at this end of the river will start this
week or on Monday next at the old arrange
ment as to the hours and wages.
A Strike Taking Serious, Apeet-
Pittsbcro, Pa, Aug. 7. The strike of
the freight crews on the Wheeling division
of the Baltimore & Ohio railway is assum
ing a serious phase. Wednesday at Glen
wood station eight of t'.ie strikers were ar
rested charged with interfering with men
willing to work. Late at night a "double-
header" left the yard with two policemen on
each engine and four on the caboose. All is
quiet, but the sullen silence of the strikers is
regarded wjth grave apprehensions. An
official of the road said: "It is not tbe inten
tion of the officers of the road to vir against
the men but simply to run the road to suit
The Amalgamated Association.
Whiilino, W. Va., Aug. 7. The time of
the second day's session of the Amalgamated
Association of Iron and Steel workers was
principally occupied in listening to the treas
urer's annual report. This showed a
large falling off in receipts as com
pared with last year, but the
order is in excellent financial condition, with
a handsome balance on hand. This was
followed by report, of other officers of the
The question of the presidency is attract
ing much attention, and the probability of
n eihe s re-election is increasing.
Drawing It a Little Strong, Probably,
Nsw York, Au?. 7 Inspeotor Bynnes
ays: "You won't see a first-class crook in
the city by Saturday. They know they will
be arrested if seen on the street. One of my
men talis me that a thief braced him
Wednesday for a $5 note to get out of town.
The professionals are leaving town, knowing
that any place win he serer lor thieves wan
Mew York from now till next week."
Best for the Weary.
Washington Crrr, Afg. 7. The follow
ing appointment of postmasters at presi
dential offices were made Thursday: Lae
Bead, Rich Hill, Mo.; F. A Verbarg, North
Vernon, Ind.; Michael Boland, Auburn,
Ind.; J. E. Jones, Portage, Wis.; J. D. Al
len, Butler, Mo.; C. W. Freeman, Brook,
The president also made the following ap
pointments: To be collectors of internal
revenue John Dowlin for the Twenty-second
district of Pennsylvania; Frank
Schlaudecker for the Nineteenth dis
trict of Penn-ylvania. To be
surveyors of customs: John T.
Gathright, for the port of Louisville,
Ky. ; Leon Trausdale, for the port of Xash
vilie, Ten u. Joeeph Colbura, of Colorado,
was ap;Minted a special agent of the land
office to investigate timber depredations in
THE CONTEST IN IOWA
DVIS & CO.,
Plumbers, Gas 1 Steam Fitters.
A Complete Stock of Pipe and ratings p to 8-Inch.
all aonx or
Brass Goods. Packing, Hose
SEWER PIPE, ITBE BRICK, ETC
AOXaB AVKHT9 TO
Deane Steam Pumps
Eclipse Wind Mills,
Gold's Safety Heating Boilers.
Contractors for furnishing and laying Water.Gas and Sewer Pip
Momn, III. ' Roc Iblafd, III.
Jay Gould at Bis Ofllce Again.
Niw York. Aug. 7. Jay Would waa at
his office Wednesday, having returned from
his yachtins trip. He denied that he was in
terested in the iirnposed reorganization of
the Northern Pacific railroad.
AN INDIANA EPIDEMIC.
Eighty Persons Stricken with a Peealiar
Disease The Suggested Causes.
Porter, Int., Aug. 7. This immediate
locality is all torn up regarding a very
peculiar disease which a fortnight ago
made its appearance in this little
town. The victims of the malady
complained of general las utude and bilious
neas, and in the course of a day or two
were stricken with fever, accompanied by
diarrhoea. In ail about eighty have been
confined to their homes from this illness
and at present poadbly forty are quite ill
Four deaths have occurred in Porter within
the last week. Two of this number
were adults and the others children.
Many declared that the disease, which
eemed to be somewhat in the nature
of an epidemic, was the re-ult of
eating impure meat, and as a natural con
sequence, the local butchers have been at
loggerheads with each other and the general
public as well. An investigation into the
condition of the town, however, shows it to
be in a wretched sanitary state. Offal of all
kinds is thrown out to rot in the streets,
ditches, and alleys, while stagnant water
stands in ponds at many places. The dis
ease is called by thj doctors tedious flux,
and they expect to save all those now ill.
Opinions ditler as to whether diseased meat
is the cause, but an investigation is under
way, and ia the meantime the town is un
dergoing a sanitary overhauling.
Cholera Ravage In Spain and France.
Madrid, Aug. 7. There were 4,294 new
cases of cholera reported throughout the
kingdom Wednesday, and 1,638 deaths.
Marseilles, Aug. 7. Many wealthy
people, alarmed at the outbreak of the chol
era, have fled the city, and thousands are
preparing to leave. Hundreds have moved
to the surrounding bills, and hundreds have
gone to Paris and Lyons. The death rate is
increasing. It is thought the Pharo hospi
tal will be reopened at once. Or. Trastaur,
who did excellent service last year, will be
Said It and Sticks to It
Baltimore, Md., Aug. 7. fctecond Vice
President King, of the Baltimore & Ohio
railroad, stated in an interview Wednesday
that the statement accredited to him to the
effect that the Baltimore & Ohio would go
to Mew York over the tracks of the Phila
delphia & Beading if it can, and over its
own tracks if it must, was correct Another
prominent official of the Baltimore & Ohio
said the time would never come when the
Baltimore & Ohio would use the tracks of
the Pennsylvania railroad to New Yore
New Ocean Telegraph Connection.
Portland, Me., Aug. 7. The Atlantic
Telegraph company has just contracted
with the Mackey- Bennett system of ocean
cables for connection with all points in
Great Britian and Europe, and also points
in India, Africa, Asia and Australia.
E. W. Hurst represents the leading
American and Foreign Insurance Co's .
Policies carefully written at current rates.
Agency established 1874. Office over
rtock Island National Bank. .
How Governor Sherman Look, at the
Chicaoo, Aug. 7. Governor Sherman
of Iowa, was in town Wednesday, and in
speaking of political affairs in Iowa said
that the coming contest would be an exceed
ingly interesting one. The Democratic
convention will be held the I9th of
this mouth, and the Republican con
vention the 29th, The principal
Democratic candidate for gubernatorial
honors is Senator N. A. Merrill, of Cli nton.
Gov. Sherman spoke highly ef him, faying
that he was an old soldier and a first-class
man in all respects. The governor emphat
ically denied that he himself was a candi
date for renomiuation, and maintained that
the choice of the Republicans lay
between Judge Larrabee, Gen. Given
and Speaker Wolf, with Larra
bee probably a little in the lead.
Given was very popular with the soldiers.
He had been a drummer-boy lathe Mexi
can war, and served all through the civil
war. The old temperance question would
come forward prominently in the coming
campaign, and was apt to cause the Re
publicans tome trouble. The governor,
however, thought the Republicans
would remain firm and stand by the pro
hibition law, and favor keeping it on the
statute books until it could be accorded a
fair trial The Democrats were in favor of
a license, but could not agree as to whether
it should be high or low. This division of
opinion, the governor thought, would resmlt
in a bitter fight in the Democratic conveo
tion and be a split in the party.
Cohtmbus, Ohio, Aug. 7. Judge J. F.
Lowery, chairman of the Republican state
central committee, after consultation with
the members of the executive committee at
the headquarters in this city, has issue! a
call for a meeting of the central committee
on the evening of Aug. 30, the day
of the Democratic state convention.
The object of the meeting is to de
cide a to whether tne commit
tee shall call a second state convention for
the purpose of nominating a candidate for
supreme Julge in place of Judge Okey, who
died some days ago. It waa expected that
the committee would fill the vacancy on the
ticket, but they find there are so many can
didates that they would be unable to give
satisfaction, hence it is proposed to call a
state convention to consist of about 150 del
gates who will be appointed by the sev
eral county committees.
Monmocth Park, Aug. 7. The racing
here Thursday resulten as fojows:
First race, 1 mile; Tolu first, Jack of
Hearts second, Delilah third; time,
Sjconi race, mile; Brambleton first.
Saluda second, Wait-a-While third; time,
Third race, 1 miles; Richmond first,
Lenox second, Jul:etta Coit third; time,
Fourth race, 1 mile; Fontiac first, Thack
eray second, Louisette third; time, 1:43).
Fifth race, mile; Black Jack first,
Cberto second. Queen Either third;
time, 1:30 f
Sixth race, )i miles; Sandoval first,
Wallensee second, Will Davis third;
Saratoga, N. Y., Aug. T. The weather
Thursday was a little chilly, but there was
a large attendance. First race,
1 mile; Strathspey won, Mittie
B. second, Leman third; time, 1:46,
Second race, lVj" miles; Euclid won, Kos
ciusko second, Bootblack third; time, 2:41(.
Third race, 1 miles; CoL Sprague
won, A.bia second, Conkling
third; time, 2:00. Fourth race
mile; Scottish Lass won, Mamie Hunt
seoond, Belle of Louisville third; time. 1:04.
Fifth race, mile; Radha won, Sam Pow
ers second, Marquis third; time, 1:1S)$.
ChioaSO, Aug. &
The market quotations on the board of
trade to-day were as follows: Wheat
No. 3 August, opened $7c, dosed 87c;
September, opened and closed 6Vo, Oc
tober, opened and closed Vtc Corn
No. 2 August, opened 4tSc, closed 47c;
September, opened 46)q, closed 47o; Octo
ber, opened 43c, closed 4ti)ic Oats Ho.
i August, opened atic, closed iXo: Septem
ber, opened livc, closed 35c; October,
opened and closed 25$'c Pork August,
opened ti.lIX, cloeed l'.).42); September,
opened (9.3u, closed 19.45; October,
opened $9 33, closed 19.50. Lard Au-
gu-t, openei vo.ao, ciosea ao.ao.
Livestock The Union Stock yards reports
the following range of prices: Hogs
Market opened dull and weak with prices 10(3
25c bel' w yesterday's closing; light
grades, H354.75; rough packing, $iW
4.10; heavy paHnn?, $4.10(5440.
Produce: Butter Gilt-edged creamery,
VJQMc; fancy dairy, Isolde; packing, tkjTo
per lb. Eggs 10(1 ljsjo per dot. Potatoes
75ct$l.oo per bbu Poultry Spring
chickens, 11(9110, and old hens. 9glOc
per lu. ; aucks. 10c; turkeys, 11c
ger lb. Apples New, L5Jfli50 per bbL
erries Red raspberries, 11.00(31.25
per 24-pt case; olack ra-pberries, 11.50
(gl.frJ per ltt-qt. case; blueberries, 11.50(9
175 per 16-qt case; blackberries, L508175
per lo-qt case.
New York, Ang. &
Wheat Heavy and X?'c lower, with
less doing; No. 1 white, nominal; N . 2 red
September, iL0131.01&; do October, SL0X
l.(i; do November. $L05; do De
cember, $1.07; do January, $1.0ts). Corn
ac higlier and moderately active:
mixed western spot, 5254c; futures, 5'i(J
53c. Oats A trifle better; western, 37(3
45c: No. a August, 33(2330; September.
8!c; October, 3lX&ilc Provisions
Beef, dull; new extra, $10.00. Pork, dull
and weak; new mesa, $11(211.25. Lard,
higher and firm; steam-rendered, $&.S2)f.
St. Loots, Aug &
Wheat Very slow, and closed Mfl'c be
low yesterday; No. a red cash, fcWe;
August, ve a-keJ; Heptemoer, 1. 00;
October, $1.02. Corn Inactive, but closed
c higher; casn, 4243!('c; August, 42o;
(September, 4C Uats firmer ; cash,
24:V.a'i5V,-: Auerust. 24c a-kud: September.
i:ic Rye Quiet; 54c Whiky Steady;
$1.13. Provisions Pork, quiet; jobbing,
Milwaukee, Wia, Aug. 6.
Wheat Steady; Milwaukee No. 2, 83c;
September, 89Kc; October. 92Vc. Oatt
Steady; No. 2, 26Wc Rye Steady;
no. i, as.sjc. uorn Firm; JMo. 3, eoc
Bar lay Nominal.
Toledo, Aug. ft.
Wheat Qaiet: No. 2 rel cash and Au
gust, H4i Uu; September, 94c bid; Oc
tober, 96c asued; November, irjc; No. 2
soft, 96sc. Corn Dull; No. 2 cash, eStfc;
August, 4s.c; September, 4oc bid; year,
39c bid, iU aoked. Oats-Dull; No. 2 cash,
W 't July
5 54 5 35
5 57 5 41
HO2S-15.000: light. 4 354 90; mixed. 3 90a4 20:
heavy. 4 0a4 60
fiiv Timothy S8 .00 .
Hay Wild $6 00.
cos Soft 11 : hard S 50,
Joid wood $4 00.
Straw ti Ou.
Tour system is now more susceptible
to the benefits of a reliable medicine than
at any other season. Take Hood's Sarsa-
Relating to Private Sewer.
if U Ordaintd by the City Council of tht City of
Skctiok J. That Fred Hilfinger, Daniel Corco
ran, dorm lttiig, nauty Davenport, Henry hei
men. Mrc. John Diets, David Hillier, Jame Sin
ner and Peter Sommer, and their associates, be
and thev are hereby authorized and empowered to
construct, maiLtaiD ana repair, at tneir sole ex
pense, a private sewer, to run as foil own: Begin
ning at a point in the center line of Fifteenth
ireei, near me aouin line 01 aevenin avenue;
thence runnius north alone the center of aaid
Fifteenth street to intersect the city sewer on
Fifth avenue at or near the center 1 ne of said
$rc. 2. The said named parties and their as
sociates, their heirs and assign?, shall have ex
ciusive cwntol of said sewer and shall couetrnct
and repair the same under the direction of the
street and alley committee of said city, and no
person or persons shall be permitted to connect
therewith for any purpose whatsoever or to flow
therein any liquid or otner matter witnout nrst
naviuK to the city clerk of said city their equita
ble proportion of the cost of the construction
thereof ud tothedtue of such connection, the
amount so paid to said clerk co be divided between
the city and said named parties in proportion to
the amonnt or ginaUy paid by them respectively
for the construction thereof. HI
Sac. 8. The City of Rock Inland shall pay the
the sum of Sixty (ttO) Dollars for the purpose of
laying said sewer across Seventh, Sixth and Fifth
avenues wnicn sum is nereov aDuroDnatea.
Sic. 4. Whoever shall violate the provisions of
this ordinance shall be liable and subject to a fine
of not lees than Ten (10) Dollars nor more than
Fifty (&0) collars.
Passed August Sd. 1S85
Robert Koehi.er. City Clerk.
Relating to Private Sewers.
Be it Ordained by the City Council of the City
of uou Jtiana:
Section 1. That whenever any sewer shall be
built in or through the streets and alleys of the
City of Bock Island by a private sewer ordinance
of said city, the contractor or builder thereof shall
file in the office of the City Clerk, within thirty
(30) days after the completion thereof, a state
ment under oath of the cost of construction of
such sewer, together with a list of subscribe
thereto and the a ount paid by each person to
ward the cost thereof.
Sac. i. That no person orpersons shall be per-
heretofore built or hereafter to be built, or to flow
therein any liquid or other matter, without firet
paying to the citv clerk of said city their equitable
proportion of the cost of tbe construction tuereor,
ud to the date of such connection, the amount
so paid to said city clerk to he divided between
said citv and th subscrlberi thereto is proportion
to the amount originally paid by them respectively
lor tbe construction tnereoi.
Passed August Sd, 1885
Roaiar KoiHLXa, City Clerk.
R. CRAMPTON & COMPANY.
Climax Cook Stoves,
Monitor Oil Stoves,
Rapid Ice Cream Freezers
Water Coolers, &c
WILLARD BAKER & CO.'S
Opposite Harper House.
M. MAGRUM, Proprietor,
Second Avenue, - - Opp. Harper House.
t& The "TrvoLi" has lately been transformed into a Palace equaling in every respect the fines
saloons in Chicago and surpassing anything in the three cities. A number of Fans operated by
macuinery tor seeping me air cooi is one oi me leaning Features oi toe place. Tue i.quia
Refreshments dispensed at this establishment is in keeping with its grand improve-
aii Kinds oi sanawicnes
An elegant lunch served every moraine.
served on short notice.
ROCK ISLAND TRUNK FACTORY
J. W. WIRTEL, Prop'tr, No. 1809 Second Avenue.
of all kinds of
PAEK & ELLIS,
tVCome and see us.
Have just received for Midsummer trade, a yery
choice line of
Ladies, Misses and Childrens Low Shoes
and Slippers, f
Bought at a clearing out sale. We can sell them
at less than Wholesale prices.
"Alo a large assortment of Soft Kid and Serge Gaiters
for old ladies, or tender feet.
1 704 Second Avenue.
MOST PERFECT MADE
Prepared by a physician with special regard
to health. No Ammonia. Lime or Alum.
HALF-CENT A WOfiD.
Th Arous hereafter wi.l publish in this col
umn all advertisement of Lost, Found. For Rent,
For Sale. Bowd or Rooms. Wanted, and similar
notices, at the low rate of one half a cent a word,
each figure a word, but no advertisement less
than ten cents
WANTED A girl at th; Gem Restaurant. 4
v A .s i c u a eompewiu pin 10 uo general
housework, to whom steady employment and good
wages is guarSLteed. Enquire at I'ostofhce. 1
FOR SALE Old papers for sale in any Quantity
at this office, cheap.
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No. 1603 Second Avenue,
2TFine Fits a Specialty.
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ROCK ISLAND, ILL
IF. S. SOUTHARD,
-Manufacturer and Dealer in-
MATRASSES AND PICTURE FRAMES.
Also Dealer in Mirrors, Cornish Poles, Curtain Fixtures, Mouldings, Etc.,
tTTricts lower than the lowest. Treman's Block, opp. Commercial HoteL
Dealer and Importer In
Marble and Granite Monuments.
tySpecial Designs furnished on application. Correspondence solicited.
Works and Office on EaBt 17th St., opposite P. O..
sept 25 -dl J Rock Island, HI.
FORSALE Sixty lots in my additions to the
city of Rock Island on four yearly payments, with
interest at six per cent per annum.
d-6-m B. Datestobt
Estate of Elizabeth Stamberger, deceased.
The undersUmed. having been appointed Exec-
utor of the last will and testament of Kliz abetb
Stamberger, late of the county of Rock Island,
tate of Illinois, deceased, hereby give notice that
he will appear before the countv court of Rock
Island county, at the office of the clerk of said
court, in the city of Rock Island, at the October
term, on tne Tnird j&onday id uctooer next, at
which time all persons having claims against said
estate are notified and requested to attend for the
purpose of having the same adjusted. All persons
indebted to said estate are requested to make
immediate psvment to the undersigned.
Dated this th day of August. A. D., 1885.
o-dtd JOHN ASTER. Executor.
Extends from 3 to 9 feet. A
combination of Five Lad
ders in one, costing no
mere than an ordi
nary good ladder.
J. T. NOFTSKER..
For sale by
And Dealei in Mens' Fine Woolens,
1 706 Second avenue.
Plumbing, Steam and Gas Fitting,
Knowles' Steam Pamps, Inspirators and Ejectors,
Wrought, Cast and Lead Pipe, Pipe Fitting and Brass Goods of eery description: Rubber Ho
and Packing of all kinds; Drain Tile and Sewer Pine.
Office and Shop 1314 Third Ave., ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
SALOON And BILLIARD HALL,
Below the C. R. I. & P. Depot, Moline Ave., Rock Island, HI.
Imported and Domestic Beer and Wine, Fine Libuors and Cigars always on hand. Jun -ly
"THE Atlantic !'v
BILLIARD AND POOL PARLOR,
No. 1812 Second Avenue, Rock Island.
lyKleener, Kuimbacher and the tnest domestic Berroa draught
at any nour. Telephone lai.
. aogt-dly k. SM9HN WESTPHAL
All kinds of Sandwiches semt
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