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OCK VOLUME XXX11I NO 250 HOCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY. AD GUST 19, ,1885. ESTABLISHED OCT. 18. 1851 The 1S1L If IS Time to Secure Bargains. THE LAST CHANCK, All Summer Goods are being pi a lightered at THE f 3 s r j.r-r-a-4 iiC.,.k.i oAiV 4 GOLDEN EAGLE awo I. I! ill. t! CI. i; l. CHX 1TI1TH IIIINN N (Kit! U 1 1 1 1 IS IN IS U ti II II II N N N (I II II II N N I (1 UHHIIIIN N NO (I I. I! I. i l I. U.I.I o (I o O 1) o ( (MM) ssss Trrrr ooo riskk kkkk Mil N H II N II II N II II N KM N N (i ,N N U NN ('.( (Mi OK K K OK I ; K 1 11 R K HHKK KK (1 K K K OK KK OK K (KIO K KKKK LABOR'S PROTEST. A GREAT RAILWAY STRIKE THREAT ENED ONCE MORE. A'! Knighta of Ijbor Ordered Out on the Wabash Lines and the Order !e luj; Obeyed Pemandlng the Impeachment of Judges. St Louis, Aug. 19 -been ordered on all Miouri river. -A gjeral strike hai the line west of the In order to make room for our immense stock of Fall and W in u r Cl tLi Hats, Caps, Ere, Etc. "Call early and secures bargains. The Golden Eagle Clothing Store Post Office r.lock, Rock Island, Illinois. A. liOEB, Mang'r. J. 13. ZIMMEK, MERCHANT TAILOR, -OF FIJSTE WOOLBlsr U ;)K-.isii to announce tne corno . i .1 ,." '! boring and aumiuei siock cm lotion o! his iiios,-"Surpassing all lornur lUViCC efforts. Sua li, iu your HtU-ulion to tin- nl.ovf, ami ftds s:itisile.l that un exiunimi - ),,, will ilfiumwlrlti lo you that your inU-rwt onn lie faithfully servi-.l iVii. nl u unil .rom.t att. -ntk..u will be .;ivu to nil or.li-M Willi l,uh l'-'i imv t iv. ,r tnin Kit tuiil Workmanship niiexivlliil. No. 1810 Second Avenue, U..ck Island. 111. NEW COIII! VV.V.K liltW! ; i! K It K ; (J V, K R ! K K K KK KKKK ,1.1! lllilil: (Kil I. I.' K O O U K O II i: K o o I; 11 Ilk it o Hi H It O II C I'. K K II K K o o (I ' f. H K I. K KM O (I O K K It lilt K U OOO CI'I'O KKKK U li t Choice Brands of Minnesota and W ""I Hairy ana Creamery Butter, Cotton Mops, Minn Y v v v v Y V YY V V V Y ssss rnvf mi hi;i:i K K K I! K 1 1 II OH It p. o KKKK Kl! OK K K ( K It K OK K K. Ill ii K KKKK.. inter Wheat Flour, , Potatoes, V'i'i,tiilili,-i, itf. C. J". LONG'S, Cor. Nineteentli Street, and Second Avenue. ai.l .ll'.ia THOS. IF1- C-AJKT, Painter C3rXo,x.o3r In u-ewreil to d" all kind? I work in i'lain and Decorative Paper Hanging IrolhrMiiary Notn. MoiKRi.v, Mo., Aug, lK An official order commanding all Knights of Tibor of til- Wdbash system to quit work on Tues day, Aug. 18, at 12 oVLu k, noon, and re mi out until further ordors from the gen ernl exeontive Loard has been issued. The ordtir is signed by Frederick Turner, secre tary of tti board. Tlio ordtr has oroat 1 quiti a sousatioii in Moberly. The strike ordered is looked hjhii as one of the most serious for many yoars. The cause oi this actin is the fact that Mr. Tnllmndge, puiwrintendent of the rail way line:, has refu-ed to moot tiie Knijrhts at Ijabor committees on the eround that there wa no necessity for such a meeting, and thirf is iooketl upon as an attempt to ig u ive the orgamzntiou and finally break it up. St. Lotns, Aucj. J9. A meeting of t ie ex ecutive bt!ird of the Knights of Ijabor anil of the committee repre-enting the l-kKd-l-out men un the Wabash road and the K niirhts of liabor emplovd on the I tould SiHith west system, was held Tuesiay morning. A t od y ot rwwl u 1 1 on s wore adopted denouncing the action of the WabnsU ollicials for attempting to break up the Knight of Jjabor and for causing the arrest of moinberi of ttie organization by UniteJ States marshals ike common felons Congressman illiam amor, ot Kansna City, MoM and Gon. J. 51. Faliner, of Snriugheld, Xlk, were re- quested by the resolution to defend the im- irisimcd and persecuted knights, to prose- u;e the Wabash railroad for conspiracy. anl to imttcach Judges Treat. Brewer, and Krtkel. T. J. Rns-ell, of the Gonld system com mittee, says that the Wabash order issued M-nday was preliminary to a general or- , but dei lined to say when the general ordor would !e tssuwl or give an idea of its extent. The committee are awaiting infor mation from branch organisations of the knights of Ijibor throughout the west bo- iore resorting to extreme measures. It, is probable that an order calling out the men on the Gould roads will be issued shortly. The strike of the Wabash employes effects St. Imis but slighth", there being but few employes of that system in this city that are Knights of Labor. The strength of the movement will tie elsewhere. It is now cer tain that the employes of the southwestern svstem have decided to go out if necessary to aid the im-vement. I he organ i z.ition is very strong in Texas and certain they can completely block tratiiu there. It is strongly hinted that at the recent conference between I', M. Arthur, of the locomotive engineers, and Tullmadgo of the Wabash, the help of the engineers was pledged the company in case of the strike, the only effect of which can be to totnlly disrupt the locomotive engineers organization, as they hold their allegiance to the knights higher than to brotherhood of locomotive engineers and have considerable suspicion of .Mr. Arthurs close relations witii d liferent railway managers of late. I'HiPAuo, Aug. 10. The strike ordered by the executive board of the Knight-i of Labor ut St, Louis will have no effect in Chicago, as this end of the system t operate! by Wabash men. The yards at l'olk street contain nothing but W e-dcrn Indiana men, and the y ards at Fortv-flrt street, where there are ;ixty men employed, contain loss than lowm Waba-di men. Local Freig.U4 Agent W mans says that if they were all to leave, tnmr places could be filled in five minutes. Tud engineers, switchmen and brakemen have independent organizations of their own. Telegrams have been received here from I) catur, where only ten out of &X) men at work in the Wabash shops I"t work; Stanlwrry, Mo., where all the men went (tut; fliou-i'iy, where twenty-live men quit; and Toledo, where onlv about one-sixtb of the. men are Knights of Labor. Si'KiNOPiKMi, Ilk, Aug. 19. In accor dance with tlieotlicial order promulgated by the executive board of the Knights of Labor and signed by Frederick Turner, secretary, nearly every member belonging to that or gunizntiou on the Wabash system. between Aiolteriy and Fort Wayne quit work Tues day noon. It is reported bore that the men on the Southwestern system and in all Wabash ter ritory east of Fort Wayne will strike at noon Wedne day. The engineers will not purti cipnte m the strike at present. ill ul Ivulrtommiiii Willi I'apci A complete slock of Curtain Fixtures. Cornirc 'Mta anil Room Moulding J;iints always " ls - Miilerials benons f-iven m r.nnliii iir.u -11111 Kaitcv (iooils nliu ii arc ynl mil :nul tent prices nf work. ISLi Second Avenue, RUCK ISLANU IV ' A-o m f.iil liue of Ait flood ni Artie mlihiuWy Work. Kiahntiticry Silk tigurtM Mixed mid French close ILL. JACOB OHLWEILER, Jr. lUSTAIL DKAIK11 IS Wines, Liquors, Beer and Cigars, No. HOfl Twentieth -.W LuiK-ti every mnrning 1 every Snlur.lny rvenii Street. (II y ' UAVIh. OA VIS & CO.. Plumbers, Gas Steam Fitters. A Complota Stack of Pipo aad Pitting up to 2-Inch. ALL KINIM" or Brass Goods, Packing, Hose PUMFb, , "r. sEWHiK pirE, fief muv, in . . Austrre to Deane Steam Pumps Eclipse Wind Mills, ClrAA'e fetv Heatinp- Boilers. VJV1U J U"vv j J . . TIT . ontriictors for furolaliiug d layS wawr, u . Mounb. III. Geroalmo In the Hands of the Troops- 1 Deadly Cowboy Scrimmage. ' FoRtf Bowie, A. T., Aug. 19 Capt Davis, of the Fourth cavalry, reports that Lieut Day struck Geronimo's camp northeast of Nukavi, on Aug. 7, and killed three bucks a vquaw and Gero nimo'ij so s aged 13. He also captured tif teen women and children, among them three wives and tive children of Geronimo, ieronimo was wounded and captured. Hmides him there were only two other buck-. One souaw escaped. Everything m samp waa captured. Previously Lieut Day ambushed a party of four Chiricahaus, kilted two, and rapture-1 vU the supplies in sight Cowboy Prartieing m TCch Other. Four Kkxo, (mi T., Aug. 111. News has lxHn received of a do-p-ntte tight Itetween a number f cowboys at the ranch of Frank Murray, thirty -five miles southwest of the ,'bickasaw nation. A puty of tw.mty-five cowbovs ride upto the r;iuch and tired about shot at the Uys ini ie the ranch cabin, with whom they had u tpiarrel over burned stock. The besieged party returned the h'r with, deadly effect, killing Iic Cuvart and seriouslv wo;indin' Dick J-mes and Hob Woods. Tbii makes four wiio have been killed over the trouble at this ranch since April. Co v art, June- and Woods have been notorious characters in the territory. THE OHIO CAMPAIGN. Tliurman and Purbin Want Looming; tTp Again. t Hoailly. Cixcinnati, Aug. VX The Oemoeratic iirimaries tir the e-iaelion of ilele 'litis to tlie state convention were hetl M,ni.lay even- TUe ilelejntion eleefcd is coinp.sd prinoipiilly of iioudly men. As near as can be anoertiii ned, tin lire for Tuiii man. C'OLUMIU's, Oliio, Aug. lit. Delegates to the Democnitio stare convention are arriv ing on every train. There is an unmis takable feeling among tnoe now in the city that Governor Hoaiily will lie renominated. Many go no far ax to say that there is no doubt about his renomination. and add that it will surely be by acclamation. CoL J. O. Thompson, Allen O. Myers, and "Ike"' Hill are on the ground taking a lively interest iu the preliminary arrangement Judge lhurman, 111 an interview Monday night, stated that he would not accept a nomination if tendered. Cleveland, Aug. 19 Latest advioes from Columbus, where the state Democratic convention convenes, are to the effect that Hoadly is losing ground hourly, and that Ourbin Ward is rapidly coming to the front as a gubernatorial candidate. Meanwhile Thurman'-i friends are con fident that the "Old Roman'' will capture the nomination. Democrats in this vicinity are discouraged over the turn affairs have taken, as it is believed that Hoadly is the only Democrat who can defeat Foraker. Strike of Street Car Men. Mkmphih, Tenn., Aug. 19. A general strike of all the street car drivers in the city was inaugurated Tuesday morning on account of a notice of a reduction ii, wages of from IS cents iier hour to 10 twits, for drivei-s who have not been in the coinimiiy employ six months. Very few cars were taken out. The stable hand: were utilized without molestation from tii strikers, but when new drivers attempted t work the curs wero stopped. The compnn had sixty -tive drivers in their employ, all n whom are on a strike with one exception A turn-tblo ill tlie northern portion ol u city was torn up, and tboru may yet l fori oils trouble, as some of the strker-i are drinking. Trouble Feared in Alabama. UlUM. i, Ala., Aug. 19. The latest news ii. i tne Warrior mines strike makes ilt situation very serious. The strik ers have had twenty-three of the new Italian miners' arre ted on a charge carrying concealed weapons. They will be brought here for a hearing. The strikers. who numlier 200, declare that they will re ist, by violence, if necessary, anybody working in the miues but themselves, until satisfactory adjustment is made of their differences. The onipaiiy say they will start at once with new men. Fired One Good Shot. Wilkehbarre, Pa., Aug. 19. Andrew Undra, a Hungarian, ha-, for a loug time lived at Nanticoke with a countryman named Tomaseski, sustaining the relation of husband to Mrs. Tomaseski with Mr. Toina- seskrs consent, the lattr remaining in thi house merely as a boarder. Monday Undra (puarroled with hi paramour and attempted to kill her, but the shot merely grazed her neck. He turned the pistol on himself and J led almost instantly. Contain the Kl.ments of a Kow. London, Aug. 19. the Uerman govern ment has formally notified the powers Oi'imaiiy's occupation ot the Caroline islands, the plea being repeated appeals from Uerman traders. Tlie Hpaniah cortaa at their last session appointed a special governor of the Caroliues, who started for (lie i. lands before they were (sized by jh)r many. . V. Hurst represents the leading American and Foreign Insurance Co's Policies carefully written at current rates, Agency established 1874. Office over 3ock Island National Bank. CAPTURED A RED MISCREANT. THE MARKETS. A Iar on the Coarse. Saratoga, N. Y., Auy. 19. First race, mile; Kirkman won, illue 8tone second, Furenoe third; time, 1:17. .Second race, 1V miles; Vatat won. Col. Sprague second, Favor third; time, 2:49. Third race, mile beats; Pearl Jennings won the tirt heat, K.osuiko second, Jim Renwick third; time, l:lt. Second heat, Hap do tirst. Pearl Jennings second, Koci- uko third; time, lihi. Third heat, Puini.ic first, Pearl Jeuniug . second; time, 1:17W. Fourth race. mile; Strathspey first., Tillie Die second, E litor third; tim, l:10lV- MonmoI'TH Park, Aug 19. Tuesday'- races here show ihe following winners: rirstraco, J!, mile; Avalon first, Nora M second, Julietie third; time, 1:15),'. Second race, mile; Florence Fouso first, Kaliila second, Lnura Farrison third; time, l:lfiV. Third raco, i mile.; Richmond first Wanda second, lxingview tbird; time, 2:4o. Fourth race, 1 miles; Sam Brown first. Elgin second, Runes third; time, 3;il,V,. Fifth race, lk miles; Freelaud fir -it, Miss Woislford second, Pontiac third; time, 2:119. Sixth race, VH mMe; Little Miuch first, Queen Etcher second, Torpedo third; time, Cbioaoo, Auj. 1& The market quotatieos on the board of trade to-day were as follows: Wheat Ho. 2 August, opened S0ic, closed 808; Beptember, opened and oiesed o'Xc: tie touer, opened b4c, closed 83e Cora H . i August, opened 3He doeed tbe; September, opened 4oc, closed 45c; Oct. ber, opened 4;(!-,c, olosed 44jc. (Jaw Ho. 8 Augu.t, opened &a, closed i!5o; Septem ber, opened ana closed Wii; October, opened -4 V, closed -4;ta PorkSeptem ber, opened $9.3S, closed Vt.t'H; October, opened (9.40, closed 19.27; January, opened (9.72X, closed t9.70. Lard September, opened eUMJi, clesed $6.77i. Livestock The Uaion too it yards report the following range of prices: Hogs Market opened mod. .rawly active, wltn prices firm and about 5c higher; light grades, M.35 14 so; rough packing, t4.(W4H3.; heavy packing, (4.3a4o5. Cattle Dull and lower; snipping, 4 ;id5.9); butchers, eUOO (a4 00; stockers, (3.09(04 40; Texans, $175 M4.09. Sheep Weak; common, $2.00(gi a.LXl, go.nJ, ti.-MliS.M. Produce: Butter Uilt-edge creamery, lkdJjilc; fancy dairy, 15(gl6c; packing, tKs ?c per 1 b. Eggs 10j5(9H,'c per dot Pu tatoes f .W(HlAa per bbl Poultry Spring chickeus, 10;j loj'o; old hens, 9c; roo ters ftc; turkeys, 11c, and spring ducks, 9,(5IUc per lb. Apples New, 75c$ (!$1.5'l fer bbi. Berries-Hed raspberrieii, (1.2."iw;l .') per iH-pt ca-e; bluetwrries $1.80 'L09 ?r lrt-qt case; .blackberries, 11.75(1 'AU0 per lti-qt case. Niw Tork. Nkw York. Aug. 18. Wheat Depressed, and 1(9c lower, with an active b sines?; io. 1 white, nominal; No. 2 red September, 93a94c; do October, 9e!j(f(Mc; do Novemher, 97 HSJi'c; do December, 99)499)4 ; do Jan uary, fl.uiv Corn lower; and dull; mixed western spot, 5Jio4o; future, 49$ c. Uats A shaile e.sier; western, 32 (isUJc. Provisions Beef dull; new extra, mess, $10. 09. Pork dull and weak; new mess, $11.0Xk($11.25. Lard dull and easier; steam- rendered, IIi.diX. SC Lenilk St. Louis, Ang. 1& Wheat Active, unsettled, and lower; dosing &,';4le below yesterday; No. li red cash, 92;8!i92.sj'c; August, 91jc; October, lMa. (Join Cash low.r, options better; asn, 4Jlui44o; August, 42c; September. 42sc; Octsjoer, 49v.c. Oats Lower; ea.h, z.-ttMi:; August, 'AJc bid, iSeptember, SWe bid. Rv ioc bid. Whi-ky Steady; $1.13. Provisions-Pork, dull at $9.87. Lard, nominal. Toledo. Tolktjo, Aug. 18. Wheat Dull an t lower; No. 2 cash and August, 87V September, 8c; Ootober, Wc; Novemner, IW.it'c; No. 2 soft, 89j S94c. Corn Steady; No. 'i cash, August an.i Septeuilier, 4lii;; year, 38c; May, 34Xc. Oats Inactive; cash and September, l.c; Alav. olc. Clover Seed Pull; cash. $5.i5 a ked; September, October and No vember, $a.5o. Milwaukee. Milwaukee Wis., Aug. 18. W heat Slea lv: Milwaukee No, a. 81c: Reptemtur, li-; October, 84 K. Corn- Firm; N... 2. k,;k Oats Firm: Na 2. &"-(jc. hve Time; Mx 1, Barlay 7teauy; niit'.iaiigu. Why He Ion't t j.ii"h. Bismarck, 1). T., Aug. 19. The Hon. George Uice, late speaker of the Dakota House, now attorney general of the territory, chancing to look at the census return from Flandreau, ll.ai.ly county, his home, s:iw hi . mime returned as that of a bast ard." The census was taken by F. W. Pettigrew, a brother of Frank Pottigrcw, a bitter political oppo liont of Hiiv. 1 he latter was in a terrible rage and wrote to Sioux Falls re taining lawyers for an action for criminal libeL Action will al-o lie commenced undo the federal law fixing a Ki.Othl line and two years imprisonment for wilfully and know mgly making fictitious returns. HOOD'S gARSAPARJLLA Works thronch the Mood, regulating, toning and invigorating all the luuotious of the body. Ringworm Humor and Salt-Rheum. Ravntiam. Mass., Aug. 12, 1R78. 0. 1. TTooi & Co.: Cciitlcnien I have had ringworm humor and salt-rhenm so b.idlv that niy botlv was covered with raw sores; so. also, niv head and face. 1 have bad any mnnlwrof doctors in the last seven years, iind none of them could cure me. Ono day my mother was in the city of Taunton, anil found one of vour cook books, and in reading it I found hiaiiv people testifying to cures from the use of your .sarsaparilla and Olive Ointment. 1 mil forced to try It, although 1 had seen many things advertised that never did nie any good. I have now taken two small bottles and one large one of (Sarsaparilla, and used three boxes of Oint ment. I now call myself cured. Nothing ran be seen of the humor but the dim out lines ot the sores. 1 shall take two more bottles, and then the cure will be complete. 1 am giutef iilly yours, EDtiAtt F. WHITMAN. Biliousness, Sick Headache. riTTHFTTxn, Mass. Messrs. C.T. noon & Co.: (lents Please Send me by express two bottles Hook's Sar BAi'AKii.LA ami a few Conk Books for dis tribution. Your preparation lias worked wonders in the rase of my wife, who lias been troubled with sick headache and bil iousness for years, bhe ouly took one-half teasiKKinful at a dose, and lias not been so well lor five years as now. nhe found that within a week after taking it she felt very much better, and is now entirely free from those severe headaches. She has not taken any of any account since last spring, and what little she had is lent lo do some others some good, and we must have it in the house. Yours truly, HOMfcR B. NASH. HOOD'S SARSAPARILLA Is sold hv all riVni'fffqts. Price $1. or six large bottles for Prepared only by C. i. utHiii 61 (jir, AMiinecanes, j.oweu, rjr Use Hoop's Tooxu-Powbisb. HALF-CENT A WOfil). The Abqus hereafter wi I publish in this col- nmn all a ivertiseeicnts of Lost, Found, For Rent. For bale, Bo.rd or JKooms, Wanted, and simitar notices, at the low rate of One-half a cmt a word. each figure a word, but no advertisement less than ten cents CHICAGO. Yesterday's Article. Opi'iiiug. Closins n -'i-V"'-ust 8S Sept. S1H M"t llrl. !V Nov. sr.' . 91 Cims Ansn-t ... Sept. 4M 4tis4 Oct. 41l 41 ' Nov. . 40 ts AllL'nt a 45j Sept '-1 h !. 24 ',5 Nov. Pons Aiuriist ... Sept. 8 87 9 S-3 (let. 8 S? a 27 Nov. liSi 9 II) L.KO- AllL'l!-t IIP Sept. n li t 's'7' net. li 17' 6 i Nov. B li tflB-.--Alli'tist .. . He pi 5.'!'. Cel. 5 40 5 45 Nov .... Hogs !1 Ml: light, 4.fOi4 CD; mixed. 4 Iiki4 36 h.-at y . 4 4in4 SO ROCK ISLAND. ai! 2'J,c bay TlinotllJ JS (Kl Hav-Wilil-JT.OO Ryc-45". Corn -4ric. ols'.oes--:Vc. Unions INlr. C-on'i Soft II ; haul S Sfl. t out vsood ,00. SITN r, INI 1r MOST PERFECT MADE Prepared by a physician with special regard to health. No Ammonia. Lim or Alum. MRS. G. SWAN, DlttEcTOK OP THE Musical Conservatory Gcnesco Collegiate Institute, Will cpn a MUSICAL SCHOOL ii, ii,, :k Island the 71 h of September, at her resuieuce. No. 1610 Second Ave. (BUKEALL BLOCK.) 4 The course of Instrumental Music en Tliirleeu Grades, viz : J' j Czeruey's Exercites. 8. Hayden's Sunotes. 4 1 5. I f J Bethoven's 32 Rano Mozart's 18 Sanotes . 1(1. n. I Cliapiu's Com lete Works, li! volumes. WANTED A girl to do general house-work, apply at 71 Twenty-nrat sti-eet. 18 FOR RENT. -Furnished rooms, witd or without board : opposite Court House, Third ave. Mrs. A. Stockwell. 81 w FOR 8 ALE Sixty lots in my additions to the ity of Rock Island on fonr yearly payments, with interest at six per cent per annum, d--m B Davenpobt WANTED Canvassers for a ne edition of "Chambers Encyclopedia," revised 1885, with a verv extensive American snunlement: sold on I payments of $3 00 per mjuth. p. F. Collies, Davenport, Iowa. 14-dt Compositions of Lebst, and our standard vipers solos. Instrnctions in Vocal and Harmony will be tamrht artef the best methods. When the Institute eets organized, class Meet inesaud musical recitals will be given free of charire. At the completion of the Musical course, public examination in the tbeorv of mask will.be held with the graduates and certificates of graduation lseuea TERMS, 1 LESSONS. (Advakch.) Instrumental, - - - - -$12 00 Vocal, - - W 00 Harmony, -' 14 00 Lesson hours 40mtnutes. Mrs . Swan is a graduate of the Musical Conser vatorv of Storkbolm, bweden, and has been en- aaited in teacbuig in America twelve years. The last year she has been director of the conservato ry in Ueneseo with great success, and leaves large class, of which a number will follow her to finish their studies. R. CRAMPTON & COMPANY. ALASKA REFRIGERATORS, limax Cook Stoves, Monitor Oil Stoves, Rapid Ice Cream Freezers Water Coolers, &c., AT- WILLARD BAKER & CO.'S Opposite Harper House. THE "TIVOLI,' M. MAGRUM, Proprietor, Second Avenue, - - Opp. Harper House. tThe Tiaou" has hlely bom trfliif. -rmt 1 into n ralan- equaling in every ri.nct the fines ealtiottsii Chicairo am! nriKiini: ritiviliini in tin- tiu'rntk' A nmniier f Kans operated by machinery for kt-i-pinir (he nirM) is imc of i he I'dinir IV.-diircw of the place. The Liquid K-'fref-hincui .HcpciiM'il at tiii; esinhlilunnt if in keppitiL' with itn grand i m prove -mt'iil. An etcpint lunch served eory nioruiiiL'. All Uimls ul tSMiidwicbes jim-7 dOin eervcii oti'hon notice. 59 ROCK ISLAND TRUNK FACTORY J. W. WIRTEL, Piop'tr, No. ISO!) Second Avenue. Manufacturers of all kinds of 1 1 "11 H run Traveling Bags, Sample Cases. REPAIRING DONE.J PA-KK & ELLIS, Now is the time to secure bargains. We liave marked our Summer Goods down to cost in order to clear ourselves before Kali (roods come in. PARK & ELLIS. t-lfCome ami see us. 1 704 Second Avenue. THE VERANDA.' FRED APFELQUIST, - - Proprietor. Choice1 Wines, Liquors and Cigars, Rock Island lil. KAST SIDE OF MAIiRKT Siil'Al.'K, els-dij HENRY STRUVE'S SAMPLE ROOM, In the rHiii fonuevly ncenpied a IVmffi tioiM'T'y by 't':uiL M.ilti. JSTlie hest of Hevr, Wiiu , l.iiiiKir? :u;U 'ii;;us us: No- 3.5 Twentieth Street TAYLOR HOUSE. Cor. Fourth Avenue and Sixteenth street, ROCK ISLAND. PHILLIP TtilT KENSi'lHH. I'lOIirielol'. ISThis IIouh' has been tliorondily reumat i am! re-fiirnMicil lliniiu'liont and is uo ooeo lo lha public, lloariteri. at reasons l. rales, i aniiers wiiltlnfl thi Mi, 1 els Hiee sloiiniuc. place. i 0d3m JOHN SCHAFER, -11KALKH IN- Wines, Liquors, Beer and cigars, No. 1016 Thin Avenue. Uock Island, Ills. This place has tjeeu reUiteil ami refuruiUed and is now one of tne best Suloone in the cilv. &Luncb every morning. iuiio ilu y . EXCHANGE IT ALL. RUDOLPH SOHWECKE, SALOON And BILLIARD JJALL, Below the 0. It. I. & P. Depot, Moline Ave., Uock Island, 111. Imported and,Domestic Beer and Wine, Fine tjbuors and Cigirs always 011 hand. Jun slU-ly u, THE ATLANTIC !" BILLIARD AND POOL PARLOR, No. 18 1 2 Second Avenue, Rock Island. tyPilsener, Kulmbacher and the fuiest dguieatic Cer ron draught. u muj nuur. it'lvpuone ix. "S"! JOHN WESTPHAL Ali kinds of Sandwiches Mirvea Proprietor.