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HE EOCM JL-GCS. OLUME XXXIII NO 255 UOCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS, TUESDAY. AUGUST 25, 18S5. ESTABLISHED OCT. 18. 1851 Island A Hi is toe Time to Secure Bargains. THE LAST CHANCE SUMMING THINGS UP. MILLIONAIRE CARNEGIE EXPLAINS THE BRITISH POLITICALSITUATION. All Summer Goods are being slaughtered at THE I Clarlstnna the Uncrowned Klna of the Itritlshnrs Manhood Snftraire The Federal System the ( online Idea Reforms That Are Inevitable. V GOLDEN EAGLE i' i. i. I.I.I I.I. I' II II II UN M lillt: SSSS TTTTT OOO KRHK leBKK H DUNN NO (1 K S T O OR R K II l II h N N li S T O OK R K II II II N N N 11 S TOOK RK HHHHI1N N NO SSSS T O O KRRR KK II HIIN N NO (111 S T O OK RK H HUN N N 11 S T O OK RK H HIIN N NO . S STOCK RK U HIIN NN UOti HSS .T OOO it KKKKR In order to make room for our immense stock of Fall and Winter Clothing, Hats, Caps, Etc., Etc. early and secure bargains. m Golden Eagle Clothing Store Post Office Block, Rock Island, Illinois. ... I ,( !',!. Manfr. J.B. ZLMMEH, M KUCHA NT TAILOR, OF- NB WOOLEN" .... ! t,. jnnaimfv tlu completion of stock of Choice Suit all former efforts." his Nrw York, Ainr. '2.Y Mr. Andrew Carnegie, the millionaire manufacturer. who euuie bat from England in the Etrarin, vi-ltMi Mr. Gladstone in Riotimond torrance scvoral times md nftd a talk with him about visiting the United States. "It. had been suifirested to Mr. UlacUtoiie-,'' said Mr. ramble, Saturday, "that he might get his ueedod re,t and Taeation liet'ore the active work of the campaign, this fall, by coming to America. The pea voyage would do him good, and he could have staid a fw weeks. I had hope I tJiat he would sail on the Etniria. Mr. Gladstone bus oftMii expressed thedesire to see America, and this summer is the first opportunity he has had for years. He had planned to lund at Naw York, go to Niagara Falls and Chicago, and, returning by way of Wash ington, pay his resj.se.t- to the president. and be back to England before October. But his physicians finally forbade the trip. Mentally he is as strong and physically a airile as lie ever was. He will live to re sume power, and whan "he doe; II. will be with the harness on his back. He will last long enough to carry through several very important reforms. Mr. Gladstone has the people at his back. Ha is greater than sv.ir. He is the uncrowned kin;, and no Liboral I government can poesilily exist xcopt he be at the head, so long as ne is willing to hold power. In the com ing elections, for the first time in the his tory of the world, a majority of the E iglish people w ill Imve the opiiortunity to choose a maj. rity of the Enghv pailiameut Great interest is taken to see what the people con clude they really want I think that the Liberals will have a majority of seventy in the next parliament over the l'ar- nellites and Conservatives, aud the Radicals will control. The next parliament under Gladstone will last long enough for several impnrtient reforms. It will see the death of laws of primognni tnre and entail. Undoubtedly there is a strong sentiment in England that the condi tion of the poorest working classes must f made bettor. Tho iaj.siatura has alwavs bon in the hands of the property olass, and legislation has atwAvs tweu in favor of property. Now It w ill I for the people. The factory act. and the bousing of tho poor art will be extended an I curried out. It is the duty of the stato, and tho Kalicals will see that it is dischargeil. The payment of members is a vital reform, but it will lie among the last. The workingmen cannot lreoiy send their own representative' to parliament until they are paid. The Iri h que-tion is about settled. There will he practical home rule in less than five years. Very soon the federAl system wdl be adopted in Ireland, Scotland, England, and perhaps Wales. England is rapidly following the American system, and copying every tlimz from us. Ihere is no occasion for an v further extension of the .unYase now. Under the new system mem bers will be elected on the single-district plan. Large cities will tie divided into di tricb. as they are hero." in i-' iiml bummer ns,-- 'surpassing ,i, i, -,is y.mr attention to the above, and feel satisfied that an examina- ;,.;v.ni1!..onslr;itct..yon that your interest can lw faithfully served. IV.;.- iWr ,1.1,1 prompt attention will be given to nil orders with which y. ,r him Fit and Workmanship nnixi-cin-u. U f , HO. 1810 Second Avenue, Rock Island, 111. NEW ' I : I : I ; ihiii cav.v, VVKK KKIilt . V i i: It o O : t F. R R V V K 11 II ((' I! K K K V Y l: U .) o ! K R R V V I.KKI; it ii u KK KRKIi VV II li o O II K R R V 1: K ii o i: ! K R K V K K O l! (IK R R V It K HI(i OC, O KKKK K K T SSSS s s s K SSSS s B S H SSSS rmr T T T T T T T T OOO RUHR PKKH O O R RK O OR KK O OK R E o O KRRR KK O OR R K O O R R K ll o K K K IMH) K K KKltlt PUT IN A GENERAL DENIAL Parties Interested Declare a Recent Sen sation a Canard. rw ork. Aihj, 2.). The statement, of Tbe Mnil and Express that 1'ilden ha. Ibrokeu with the administ ration because of Cleveland's action regarding public -itnces, a-specially thoiie in the New York custom house. Is pos itively ilenwl by Manning, Weed and particular irinna lor and by the au tliortty of lildea There seems to I be some ground, however, for the stntoment that the appointment ' ove mentioned wore not at all to Mr. Til ten y taste, and that he bad used his in tin ?nc to have Simmons appointed col lector. All the denials, however, are pneitive so far as relates to the assertion that Mr. Cleveland or Mr. Manning hail been "snulilwd," or that Mr. Tildim had given any indication of ancnr I with tJie administration on account of its Mlicial action. A WHACK AT CHICA3& What The New Tark fun Man Has to 8a) 3t tVheat. New Yonx Aug. 25. The Sun's financial man prints the following rap at Chicago: For the general public who are not m the stock msik't, the recent drop of 10 cents a bushel in wheat mu--t bo of much greater interest than all the fluctuations in stocks. The one is a national, the other it a gambling interest Stock spei ulators try to persuade every body that the salvation of the country lies in the advance of rates to extortionate fig ures, but they forget that every cent that they charge extra must come out of the poeketK of the farmer or of the noma con sumer; for Hi" loreiijner will certainly noi pay this additional charge when he f-in get ju--t as goiri whvat at a cheaper price from India, Australia or Kus- sia. Of course our ihicago speculators do not tako the slightest notice of what the re t of tliew irl lis doin in the way of supplying the necessaries of life. Most of tln'in do not know that thsre is any difference between Austria and Australia, or Trus-ia and Russia. Up to very re cently thoy tirmly believed tnt the Tftte," 11, rhlls, and "Mikes," of tti board of trade wei-e the Mipreme arliiters of the world in the min Riii provision business. and that the illustrious food-sharps could at any tunfi maks Europe pay their price for their daily bread. Kut Europe turned her back on these extortionists, and went for her supplies elsewhere. It is net many months a;o since it wn predicted m this column that a $1 basis for wheat would be a thing at the past and 13 ctnts become a standard. Tho "rab,," the "'afc," the "Phils." and the "Mikes'" lr-.nghel then at these predictions, and offered big blutlins bets that spring wheat would sell at SI. 'i" before it would sell at !5 cent. They talked so big and loud and sent so many ciphet telegrams by private wire to the rich men of Nsw York that many of the latter, not having employment for their spare cash, bought more or l-s largs quuntiiies oi wheat some 15 and 'M cents higher than H is now. Chicago manipulators have in thfe way unloaded a great deal of their hold ings, and by constant washes from month tc month have made some profit aut of the carrying charges. But the innocent outsiders in New York and elsewhere war bought big loads of wheat upon the theory that the cereal at $1 a bushel wasdirtchear. have lost tremendous amounts of mony. la one instance only, that of a well-known Democratic politician, the loss must have exceeded t iOO.tWi). In any case he k t all lir had, and a great deal more, too. A num ber of wealthy New Yorkers bought distant options last spring for an inve-t. nient, and went to Europe. These distant options have tieeome very dear otto-', au-1 show immense losses. Toe whole of that wheat will have to come upon the market in addition to the new crop, which will b pressed forward by the needy farmor, and if the high rates for transportation ai established and maintained it woul I Is nothing surprising to se wheat selling at 71 cents before iSepteinlier is half over, al though its price now is considered to bf very low at Sd cents. lire acd Accident Insurance in reliable companies at lowest rates, apply to E. Lieberknecht, real es tate, loan and insurance ajrent, and nota ry public. Collections made. Office 119 Second avenue. eodtf THE MARKETS. BEGINNING TO OPERATE. (Jliuiiv l'.iiinds of Minnesota and Winter Wheat Flour, I ll.in :,n.U'rcHMirrv nutter. Cotton Mops, Minn.. Potatoes. Vegetables, &C., at Cor. C. J". LCOnTG-'S, Nineteenth Street and Second Avenue. 5ainter exxdi Gramer Is p-cparcil to do all kinds ot work in I'liiin and Decorative Paper ITanging and Kalsomiuing. 'A.,ii i 'IT. A complete stock of Curtain Fixtures, Cornice Poles and ttoom Mouldings. Mixed Paints always on luiiid. i , a., ,,...io .,.! a,iiuis- .t...rialn Lessons clvi-n ill l'ltinting ami French . .i.t.-i w.,rk. Bml.midi.ry Silks. Cords and Kaiiry ""1 whil'" re tteUme ii.r..P..u. ,..,11 hiiiI O'sl nriccs of work. tM1S Second Avenue. UOCK ISLAND. ILL. JACOB OHLWEILER, Jr., KKTAIl. HKAt.KK IN Wines, Liquors, Beer and Cigars, cry morning and every Hntur.lay evening. No. 309 Twentieth Street. may 7 ulr 5 PLUMBERS AND Steam Fitters. Knights of Labor Knfnse to Handle Wa bash ltolllng 8toek. St. Louis, Aug. 25. A Chronicle special from Kaunas City says; The strike inaugu rated Sunday among the Knights of Labor mployed on the Wabash road, threatens to tieonme general here. Monday the Missouri l'acilkj and Union Pacific employes refused to handle Wabash rolling stock, or repair Jars, and the work was transferred to the Waliash's own yards. "Hibernian Factions Have a Kew. Fall Riveb, Mass., Aug. 2.V There has been ti oulile between tlie various branches of the Ancient Order of Hibernians In this city for about a year, originating in a con flict of authority between the factions known as the Eriu board and the American board. Tbe trouble has waxed hot. Satur day tbe American board paraded to adver tise an excursion arranged for Mon day. Immediately following the pa rade came a on horse wagoa driven by Ertn Hibernians bearing a streamer inscribed "Wait for the Excursion of tbe Original Hibernians on the !J7th." In tbe Bowery a crowd of several hundred stoned the wagon of the Erin Hibernians. The driver was Knocked off his seat to the ground. Two other men who were in the wagon jumped out, and the three had a rough-and-tumble font with the crowd, during which Andy Hines, one of the men In the wagon, drew a revolver and fired into tbe crowd, one ballet taking effect in the leg of a man named O'Brien. At this time the polios arrived, dispersed the crowd and arrested Ilines. Mails at the Hotels. A short lime since Mr. C. S. rYlton, an old commercial traveler, mblressed a letter to Post master General Vilas, call in'; bis attention to some facts eoenected with mail mailers at hotels. In his letter Mr. Felton stated that thcie were tliou sands of letters lyitii.' uncalled for fit. ho tels throughout, the country, many of which, doubtless, were of considerable value. lie declared that he knew of one hotel that positively had on hand more than bushel of letters,, evidently an ac cumulation of years. Many hotels, be said, never returned any mail matter to the postofllces, the proprietors claiming that the same came to them in trust, anil tli.it they had no riuht to turn them over to anybody exceptlotlic parties to whom they were addressed. Mr. KHton lliouohi this manner of procedure not ri:iht, and therefore concluded to address a letter to the department at Washington. In reply he received the following explicit, defini tion of the law upon this subject: PosroKKicK Dki'aktmknt. Okku f. of THE PllSTMASTKU Gl'.NI'.KAl., WasIII(1 TON , I). C , April 20, 18S5.-C. S. Felton: Dear Sir Yours of the Ttti is received. The postal regulations provide that hotels, hospitals and other public institutions, to the care of which letters are addressed to others, shall, after holding them not more than ten days, take them to the post office for return to the dead letter oillce. The dead letter office has a special division for hotel letters, and they neut rally lind their writers or persons address. al. I presume there is much ignorance on this subject, as I myself knew nothing of it, before 1 became an officer. It would lie well for the traveliiig men to circulate instruc tions. Wm F. Vii.as. Postmaster General. CmciaT, Auj. 24. The market quotations oo the board of trade to-day were as f -Uows: Wheat So. 2 September, opened 7V,c, ehmd 7S,sjc; Octooer, opened 81j'c, cio-ed 8oe; November, opened SHJs, elosed 82t. (Jorn No. 2 Autnst, opened tJc. dosed 45c; September, opened 44c closed 43c; October, opened iSc, clneed a. Oats -tin 2 Augu-t, opsne4 &c, closed gfl'c: September, opened M)(t, closed tA'Ac: October, opened aVmi 'M. Parti September, opened tbt, closed fr).7?f; October, epsned 'iA'i)4, eiosed 8.Wt K vembsr, sed 11.65, closed t".7. Lard September, opened 6. IS, elosed t5. Livestack Ths Union Rtoca yaras rsport tbe following range of pncvH Hogs Market opened inouerataiy a-viTely aaa firm at Saturday's prices. Light grades, HtS 4.1KI; roKh packinc, $4.WHJ; baavjr packing, t4.it.iiti 4.6.1. Cattle Rest grades firm; ad common grades We lower; shtw ping, K1; Texans, tS.Ue($&75i Sheep Marnet steady ; 3.tW33 lb. Produos: fiutear ttilt-eaia ersamarr, ISftJOc; fancy dairy, lijllio; paoaing, 7cperlb. Eggs Wi(QHHr Pr dos. Fo tatoas l.m'Jl,i5 per bbi. Poultry Spring chicksns, lngiutc; aid heas, 9s; roosters 5c; turkeys, lie, and spring ducks, (VViOc per lh; prairie chivaens, $'AU03.U0pardot. Apples Ssw, 75cl..W par bbl. Berries Hiueaerries. ll.S'j(til.iW per 16-qt case: whortloherries. I8.d0per ba; blackberries, tl.50(1.75 per 10-st ease. New Tark. Kbw York. Aug. 24. R Wheat DprssH and KZtlXe. lower, with more doing; No. 1 watte, aominai; No. 2 red September, W'tQWHt; do Oijto- ber, V' o . veuiber, IM, ;. a do Ilecemoer, ViiittJj; do January, Vb VJ4c. Com Opsnea hc lowur; later recovered from the da-din; mixed western sp.it, 5.5(.?."4kc; future, 4fM'4. Oat -Va We lower; western, Mt4aa Pro4f ions lssef dull; new extra, f 10 Oft. Pork dull and heavy; new mess, lo. JfiylO 5U. lanl dull and lower; steam-rvnasrad, $o.4.'i. St- Laafa St. Louis, Aug. 24. Wksat Active and unsettled, and elosad about I c lower; No. 8 red cash, (SP-o, Au gust, SS;,- bid; September, 8jc; Octobsr, POsic-. Cirn-liwer and slow; essh, 41A 42c; Anrnst 4!'Mc; September. 40 Vc; Oc- totwr. :H23s?sC. Oats Kasier; cash ti Aujus,. 20,; Oi-ti-ber, M'Me. lire rimer; .sn;.Uc. Vvht kv Steady 118. Pro isioas I'nrk, dull and lower; $11. 25'.'. 35 1 rd Konnnal Telsda. Tof.roo. A us. 24. Wheal F.a-v and quiet; ?io. 2 ca-u. Au gust nm Spiemtr. adc; O.'t-bsr, 7c; No vember. Mn'-: Uocember, W No. 1 soit, 'j4t-s!e. Corn Dull; No. a cash, August and isf iiiomtier, 4iic aske-i: October, 4-Ssc asked; year. 3V; Mav, S9'. Oats Dud; cash anil August, Xt.Vfc; Scpteniuar, 'itie; Mac, .'11c. Clover Quiet,; cash and August, $5. 511 askd; September and October, $5.M asked; Neveaiaer. $.55bM, $40a kd. Milwaukee. Mn.WACKKS, Wis., Aug 24. Wheat Stoady; Milwaukee No. 2, Tc; SeptetnlMr, rs':.-; Octolr, W,c. Corn Steady; No. i, 445, . Oats-Staadv; No. , 8;;;o. Kcc-Tume: Nh i. Soic. hi; Nwuiing done. Ollll'MiO. R. CRAMPTON & COMPANY. We do PLUMBING of all kinds,' including Sewer Work. Gall and WILLARD Rock Island, see us. BAKER & CO.'S Opposite Harper House. Illinois. THE "TTVOLI,' M. MAGRUM, Proprietor, Second Avenue, - - Opp. Harper House. lffThc 'Tivm.r has lalcly been transformed Into a Palace equaling in every respect the fines saloons in Ohirnsro and surpassing anything in the three dies A number of rans operated by machinery for keeping the sir cool is one of the lending festnres of the place. The Liquid Refreshments dispensed st this establishment is in keeping with its grand improve ment An elegant lunch served every morning. All kinds of Sandwiches jun-7 dfim served on short notice. ?5 ROCK ISLAND TRUNK FACTORY J. W. W1IITEL, Prop'tr. No. 1809 Second Ayenue. r$?T) Manufacturers of all kinds of Article. Opening. t'losing Si "i- ngn-l s,-.i. O. I. St 4 S4 X.IV. Kt MlJ t'or.s Aiis'tist 11' Sept. 44' 44sj lli-l. 4-1 S Nov. :i "4 40si ats Anaiist -I'.S -'i'4 Sepl 41', 14 , tut. n as Nov. .... .... I'ouk August S SO Sept. SSI 8 so Oct. S ST Nov. s sr. I..RO - Angus! ... II S.-pt .... It 47 Oct. .... K IT Nov. .... 6 IT ittr.s AiiL-iist .. . Scpl 5 -17 s 574 Oct. 5 :i S (l Nov M.igs -lt.niKI; light, 4 KiBt W; miseit, 4 W..4 43. hai v, 4 ;l:il 0 KlH'K ISLAND. (sis -2:tr -Tnii.it h-J-'. flu lav Wila -".ik Rve--4r.-. 'orn -IV. Polaioes-:! . Inlons Kle,. ii-i'-Sin 11 : haul fS Ml. Oil! VlOOll nil. s r.i-.v jsi im. ' '?Sljr'A;8 - !t.'. s 1-' ,Tt- 'mftvs4 Kept Very Jult. Washthoton Citt, Aug. 25 Hinoe the bit of last June 1 12,500,000 of gold coin has been transported from tha Ban Francisco sub-treasury to tha New York sub-treasury. The golden stream is still silently flowing eastward, and there is now about Si;,0(K),fKXi of gold coin in tha valuta of the New York sub treasury a much larger quantity than was ever there before. It is creditable to tha duoiplins and prudence of tha employes who have had the handling of this great asnount of gold iu its movement across tha country that they succeeded in transporting bout $,WM),i)0 a( oelu from Ban Francisco to New Yark before any knowledge ot what was being aone aacansa public. Tha aoia has been shipped in stout boxes, soms nnteinin? MM 000 and others HM (KKI rim Hiimns. lwwii 1- 1 I Calna ta lUargsnlaa Things. 1. T? . T,,mne I Wasbinbton Citt, Aug. 145. It is be- 'eiCV rUlLC I -"FJ iievad that a general raoranisatioa of the ft xrtV -Sr-f!-i ,tt Tlnilora and I, on -i r- & if 1 -.1 sso 1 LIT T 1-IKILI.llie u.'o- . s.. v.3ti,-k. is.rf.A. -a klttiv.p o ft!." it eV. .itfi -w -iitfokfeai-'i Dean 1. a A complete stock of Pine. Brass Goods, Packing, Hose, Fire Brick, Etc. -Sole agents for Water Motors for Sewing Ma chines, Etc., ZV&n2M'$$ tractors for funusbiiig and Lay 3&5M ing Water, Gas and Sewer Pipe. American consular service in China will fallow Minister iJenby's ar-ivai in Uuit fouutry. Block, "Phone arj.-j. 1712 Fikst Ave., Rnck Island, Illinois. Residence Telephone WW. E. W. Hurst represents the leading American and Foreign Insurance Co's Policies carefully written at current rates Agency established 1874. Office oyer Bock island National Bank, r SPECIAL fi it mm viilla EXfBACjT9 MOST PERFECT MADE Purest and strongest Natural Fruit Flavors, Prepared by a physician with special regard to health. FIFTEENTH ANNUAL FAIR OP THE DISTRICT Agricultural Society Scott, Clinton and Musca tine Counties, mtTjoy, Sept. 8, 9. 10 and 11, 1885. $2,500 in Premiums, Open to Exhibitors living in the District New Track: Enlarpcd Floral Hull; New Am phithestre, capacity 1,6011 people. The IJ. M. & SU P. K. R. will mn extra trains at reduced rates. lr Admission 25 cents; Single horse aud driv er, 50 cenis: Double team and driver. 75 cents: Children from ti io li, 10 cents; Amphitheatre, 10 cents. JOHKSOS MAW, President. For information apply to P. W. ilcMANUS, Hec'y. n. 25-td HALF-CENT A WORD. Tn ltd us hrr.'iif'or wi I uhlirh in thin col- iitnii :ul a vcrllfrnit'iil of lont, rounti. ror ItViits, I'or S:i!o, Ho nl or Ittn'inf. Wantvd. and imiiar nutlet's, nt tlu- low rntt- tf onf half a ctnt i word. nvu iisure a word, hut Ui auvt'rtifi nu nt I IttH It'll rmts WANTED A nirlt-odn coihtsI honwe wtrk, apply at vJi Twt'nl.v-nrM Rtrvt't. IS FiK KENT -A fnrnislit'd room No. l ili) Third avt-mic, Hiiitahtt for twt young men or a young married Cdnjile. FlltSALE A pKU family horw' phatMon and FOli s A LE Si My loin in my addilious to: h? ilyof Kork Isiand on four yearly iaymt'(il!. with :m'rrit ul nix ier iit lmt nniitini. i ti nt B Davrnport A Stock Investment ! THAT WILL PAY. TIip Pfople's Oportunity To nhiirc in the assured pmlitH of s Lane Cattle Ranch! Par Value of Shares $100. The TliMks of the 'WfKtpm Land and I.iv HtiH-L ('onipHiiy" an now oim'u for the allotment ot a t moicti uumiMT ttr MiHren oi its CattitJil hIim-u The amount now nftyred in thi (.ommuuity not t1 cxrerd fritMUdt. Application for htmres may bt inatit' ai ine oinct i iiu seer, lary, 302 Main St., Davenport, la., or thruuch the followtnjr gentlt-mcn: i. B. Fiillar, t'snhicr First National Bank, Dav cnimrt. llco R. Maxwell, Canhicr Daveniiort National Bunk, IlavcnMrt. iicrnian Mavinii Rank, Daveuiiort. Dr. W. 11. Knln, llsveniiiirt. John J . Dtihmii. lia RaHt Third St.. Iiavcnnort O. F. Ili-mciiwiiy. CaifhicrMuliiie National Bank no me. ill. J L. DAYMUDE, Secretary. ane-S2-(tw2w Dissolution Notice. The firm of Honcker & Scars 1s this dav (lis solved hy mutual consent, J. F. lionekc r having sold hi interest to Jobn Cramer who aumeg his proportion of all accouuts and liabilities. Itock Inland. 111., Aug. 18, 1HH3. t. P. HONEKEB, i). S. t-tAKS. Co Partnership Notice. Notice is hereby (riven that the nndernh;ned have associated themselves together under the firm name of Sears A Cramer, and will continue the erocery business of the late firm of Honcker & Hears, at No. 4U Fuiirth avenue, and assume all accounts and pay all liabilities, liock Island, III., Aug. Is. ltl5. D.J.tifiARS. 21-31 JOHN CttAMER. X i uun.0. t i t it a tlsAt Hi Traveling Bags, Sample Cases. W REPAIRING DONE.l ITromo and see us. PAKK & ELLIS, Now is the time to secure bargains. "We have marked our Summer Goods down to cost in order to clear ourselves before Fall Goods come in. PARK & ELLIS, 1 704 Second Avenue. IF. S. SOTJTHCJLID, Manufacturer ami Dealer in UPHOLSTERED FURNITURE, MATRASSES AND PICTURE FRAMES. AIko Dealer in Mirrors, Cornish Toles, Curtain Fixtures, Mouldings, Etc., tSTPrieis lower than the lowest. Tremau's Bloo.k. ovm. Commercial Hotel. THE "VERANDA.' FRED APPELQITIST, - Proprietor. Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars, Rock Island 111. BA8TM1DB OF M AKKKT SyllARK, e ts-dtj HENRY STRUVE'S SAMPLE ROOM, In hUe rtami formerly occupied s Confectionery bjr Frank Math. No. 315 Twentieth Street. I w The tet of Beer, Wines, Liipiore aud Cigars coimtantJr on hand. sin-'jO-ill TAYLOR HOUSE. Cor, Fourth Avenue and Sixteenth Btreet, l-HIMJI TltKVKKNMWl.. . ROCK ISLAND. rTltlP Houi-o hat )wen tl.toiu'iiiv re novated and rfnrninh(d throughout and is now oiken to thti I'ulilic, llmriler at roawma dc mU-s. f arnn'i-b will And liii Uotelanice atouuiuir place. au itidSin JOHN SCHAFER, -1IKALE8 IN- Wines, Liquors, Beer and cigars, No. 1316 Third Avenue. Rock Island, Ills. Tliis place has hcen refilled and refurnished and is now one of tne best Saloons In the city. fr Lunch every moruinit. luuu ll uiy EXCHANGE HALL. RUDOLPH SCHWECKE, SALQON And JILLIARD HALL, Below the C. K. I. & P. Depot, Moline Ave., Rock Island, 111. Imported aud Domestic Bi er and Wi ne. Fine iJbuors tnd Cigars always on hand. ' jun Holy "THE ATLANTIC!'' BILLIARD AND POOL PARLOR, No. 1812 Second Avenue, Rock Island. ISTPilsener, Knlmbacher aud the finest domestic Ber on draught. All kinds of Sandwiches aeivad st soy hour. Telephone 15. JOHN WESTPHAL Proorietor. Telephone 1148.