VOLUME UX1I1 NO 2C7
KOCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS, TUESDAY. SEl'TEJIIJEK S, 1SS5.
ESTABLISHED OCT. 18. 1851
Now is tlie Time to Secure Bargains.
THE LAST CHANCR.
All Snmmer Goods are being slaughtered at
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Fall and Winter Clothing,
llats, Caps, F.tc, Ere.
envly and secure bargains.
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Tost Oiriee Bl.uk, Rock Island, Illinois.
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A larger and liner slock than ever.
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C. J". LCXtTG'S,
Cor. Nineteenth Street and Second Avenue.
THOS. IF- CABY,
I. p-i'imri'd In il" all kind. "I wurk in
Plain and Decorative Paper Hanging and Kalsomining.
A piniili'U.' sum b if
WhII I'lipi r, (!ur!nm Kixlun-s. Corniri' I'ulns nil Hihuii Mimldiii!.'w. Mixed
I'mnt. ulwiiy. on Lund.
If AU f of Art liimilB anrt Arli1i' ViitiTiiil. l.i Hsuu- i-i-ii in I'niniiim mill Vu w
KmliriiniiTy Wurk. Knitirui.liTy Silk. , I'.ircl ami F.'iin-.v i "! hirli am Mil ' ill rliw
liuri-n; mil mill If el trirr. of work.
Si:j Swrond AvciniP, I.Ct 'K ISLAM. ILL.
JACOB OHLWEILER, Jr.,
betaii. urAi.rn in
Wines, Liquors, Beer and Cigars,
No. "OD Twentieth Street.
"''i- l.mn h . vi-ry nmrniiiK ml I'vi'ry SulunUy rvunine.
mny 7 dly
DiVIS & CO.
Eir k,ly wi
-A complete UK;k of
Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing,
Hose, Fire Brickj Etc.
. Sole awnlH for
Water Motors for Sewing Ma
Deane Steam Pumps,
Novelty Force Pumps,
Safety Heating Boilers, and Con
tractors for furnishing and Lay
ing Water, Gas and Sewer Pipe.
1712 First Ave.,
Rock Island, Illinois.
Telephone 1148. Evidence Telephone MW7.
LABOR'S GALA DAY.
AN IMMENSE TURNOUT IN CHICAGO
AND NEW YORK.
Thr T)ifYrent ITnlnnft In line Printing
a I'hiht While Marching The Social
ist' Snnilay 1'aradn lhe March
I'nwu Kroitlway, New Vork.
Chicaijo, Sept 8. The great parade o(
the lsil.or iTRHnizithons of thi. city, whii'h
has lieon o nun'h talked of, came up to the
expectations of its promoters, and was evi
dently satisfactory to the men themselves.
In the lir-t place, the weather was all that
could lie desire.!. It was a good day for
marching, wii..i in itself was a boon.
As early as 9 o'clock the vicinity of
A'lnnis and leplain0s streets hecame
turi.iifd witli little knots of people, the
linger part of whom were the wives, chil
dren, aid h.hI fiithers of thise who were to
take part in the parade. It wivs not until
nearly M o'chK-k that the chief marshal,
Murk L. tr.iwfoi.l, ariived at bis
hea.tipiRrret-s, Mnskell halL Here he
met his nide., and soon alter bunds be
pan to play hi the neighborhood and
bodies of men commenced to as
ellllrtd in the adjneent streets. Oavly dei
oia-,Ml warons drawn by equally finely dec
ci htsl sleed were to be seen. About 10:30
o'clock Lieut, li.tii-, of the Larratnie street
pti.tion, urr.v.-il with a force of twenty-six
rn'!i who were to he.id the procession.
Tumi there was lunr.iiin ami ciinlor
inari'hiiii; for mor than half an hour. At
h.t, soon a Her II o'clock, CS.iot
Marshal Cra:rl. wearinR a rt-d-and-wlute
sa.h. nud imnuit.-i on
a conl-ola. k chnrjrer ciiiiv d. iv.t
the si n . t hii I old. r t tl.e fir t coluii i u
move. 1 lie repiwiilntivs ol the ( ' i
Trmle mnl l.almr iis.- inlilr, to the ni;i.,l:
of 1IHI, c.ime Pr-t. 'I'lt.-su. wer. follow i !
di-tiiiKnislie-l ;ni"st in carn.'i y-, an:,,-..
wli.iu were WilUnui S. W:.nd!iy, r
aent of the nationiil burcnii of I.
statistics; Si. I!. McAU-:. -.i r I
the coiiu.iit'c of ei-r:i!i.:t.iii..iits, '
l'owcr., ire-i.teiit of to-. r
lint, n, and of ers. A. S. vi'h-' .
tirin id costiiiner. i.n I a v. ,
liworat'i-i wn.iii lii.iel v,iii in
and children drcssil m ei,. -:i.
Then catn-i t.'ie t'nlb'i .st...r.o ( ' i, . .
str ing, m.-irchin f ur rtl'i-.-.i .1. i
had mi .Ji-i'it .a.int'i an I
white hats mi l .apron... As t.e . .
alonj; some of ilie-n stm-; l ie . :
seilaisi hymn. On banner, ulin-,, ik.
curried was tli devirex 'We X.;-
Hand in lUlld.,- A iioiireible fonLure v.i
the niiinU r i f iicIUms which ',lerla: i
against convict l.ilnr. anil on two of
wCns wi re men drs-e.1 i convicts' eh
and tmrdod by others rejirnsentin i.,e
Kunrds at. the penitentiary. Tuis disolnv
raised a lain; h as it passed alonj;. Otliet
wagons bed mem working at the stone-cutters'
The I'lasterers' union, 5H) strong, came
n xt. 1 hey wore a goy-looking company,
dressed as they were in white hats and
cloves and carrying canes. The leathers'
union tufiii.il out l.MI men. They hail a
wagon on which the frame of a bouse bad
lieen erected, and men were busily putting
lathes over the scantlings. Thou came the
box-mnkers and sawyers, who had numer
The sei-ond division was headed by Robert
Koopman and his aide, A. It Mclaughlin.
First in it came Typographicul Union No
Hi. and a j bier looking set of men than
these primers never were seen. It wns
roughly estimated that there wis 1,00(1 of
them in line. The city papers were repre
sented, an 1 on some of the wagons papers
were bein printed and copies thrown to the
Flannlinc the lied Flag.
Cnii Aiiu, Sept. 8. Estimates differ as to
the niimlierof participants in Sunday's S
rir.iistic pnra.ie, the figures lieing all the
way roma,ril0 to 7,510, the latter lieing
the S icinlist-,' own census. The tierce clans
men g ithered in battle array by 10 o'clock
in and around Market square, and the crim
son dye of the banners dotted the surround
ing atmosphere iu regular intervals. Iscar
NeeUi, the chief marshal, opened the
open-air meeting, mounting on a
pyr.imid of barrels. Sam Kieiden the
ngitiuor, made ttie first seeh. A. It. Par
sons, another orator of the same creed,
male tlie prtseutatinii speech in handing
the til. Kid-red flig to the Metal-workei-s
union. He advocated force as the only
remedy against tlie existing social evils,
especially against private property, capital
istic power, and monopdies. August Spies,
editor of The Arbeiter Zeitung, followed,
peeking in (iormaa Then the battle hymu
oi "X'iiei lied Banner" was sung, and the
tlu-eo divisimis begun to move on their I0115
march to Ogden's grove.
Tlmv w.To in the pamde tlie inntrl
workers, trick -layers, custom toilers, brick
makers, carpenters. Central Labor union,
butciier., cigar-mnker hissetnouterie
nuion, cabiiiet-nmkers, Ty pi grnphiifil
union No. 9, lioniinian Workingmeu's asso
ciation. Internationalists, in three groin,
oue of tueui American, to the strength of 31
men mid twenty women. The Lehr-und-Wohr
Verein, the socialistic armed host, wa
alsofl here in force. The banners and (lags'wen
all red, and nKd, ol them bjre emhiiizonec
snnguinary motloss, such as: "Private Prop
en.y Is 'I'holt. -Victor Hugo," "Govern iiient
Is for Slaves," etc. Ilespite all these Here
slogans, the SisMalists and their families be
came very mild and jolly when at the grove
and their en joyment of the beer seemed to
tw in no wise lessened by their thirst for
pore. Mayor Harrison and (inventor
Oglesby had not lieen invited, and were not
there to speak, but some transparencies con
tiuiel reficencei fi them and the promise
that t ey could lie seen later.
The rriceHsifin iu New Vurk.
Kew YimK, (Sept. 8. Tweuty-tive thou
sand workingmen marched in hoiid column
dowu Ilr iadwy carrying banners and mot
toes of various devices, such as "Boycott
The Tribune," "Boycott Peter Dodger." "1
Wi h the li.iod Will of All-U. S. Grant,"
etc. .Numerous liands accompanied tha
procesdontsts and they marched along
briskly to the strains of bands of music
The streets were crowded with lookers on.
In the marching column were many out-of-town
organizations. The organizations were
well dressed and orderly and the procession
was in every respect a great success.
Tlie German Catbolkw.
Brooklyn, N. V., Sept 8. The delegates
to the thirteenth annual convention of the
German Kouutn Catholic Central society,
which is now being held in the eastern dis
trict paraded Monday through the princi
pal streets of that section of tna city. There
were til teen divisions in the parade ana
many bands of music. The bouses and
stores along the route were gaily decora ted
with bunting and mottoes of welcome.
The Disease Hesem tiles Cholera.
Tarkvtows, N. Y., Sept a Jeremiah
Hnyes, 65 years of age, died Sunday at the
residence of William Hutton, nt Seepy
Hollow, fiti'rt a disease resemblin; ol dvera.
The czar nud cuina reached Copenhagen
thigdajr, jud wore enthusiastically received.
E. W. Hurst represents the leadinP
American and Foreign Insurance Co'g
Policies carefully written at current rates.
Ageucy established 1874. Office over
Bock Island National Bank.
MOP.E LAND FOR SETTLEM.
A Deeislna by Secretary Uiur Opens
I p e0,000,000 Worth or Land.
Wasihxi.Toh Citv, Sept & Secretary
Lamar has rendored a decision in regard to
the Ontonagon land grant which is calcu
lated to make a commotion among a num
ber of prominent capitalists of the west
For several years efforts have been made in
one guise and another to get a con
firmation by act of cougresa for tlie
title to a large amount of lands in
northern Michigan. This land was
withdrawn from sale because it was granted
to the Ontonagon & Brule ltiver railroad.
In spite oE repeated directions from the gen
eral land oitiix the land agents at the Mar
quette laud otlire sold these lands right
along to lumbermen at $1.25 per acre.
For years the-e purchasers have pail
taxes on these lands. Settlers who could
dely the purchasers went and built houses
and cleared lai 111s on the tract, trusting to
time to give tiiem title. The lum
bermen claim they bought in good
faith end should be given patents.
The last bill before congress proposed to
confirm titles only where there was no coun
terclaim by settlers. The prorty is worth
ironi ;t;,ikW,(k.H to 120,000,000 and covers a
number of mines and several fine, growing
villages. Thn question of title was argued
reiwntly byex-Seuator McDonald for the
settlers, and Assistant Secretary Jonks
wrote the decision which Secretary Lamar
has at ler car.d 11I consideration, approved.
It simply up.ets the cash-entry men and
throws into tlie public domain the greater
(Hirtion of the land in questioa
STANDARD OIL WORKS ABLAZE.
The Scene or I lie Crpat Kire Two Years
Ai-o Kxnlosliiig Tanks.
1 i.i.'Vki.a x ii, Sept S. An alarming fire
bi' i'.e out in the Suu inrd Oil works at 2 :'M
o'e ock Monday liioriiiii'. The sky was
iiioel-ly il:uciiirld and the air filled witli
; 11 .i, 01 the burning oil. Tlie blaze broke
1: 01 k.iibiiry, run several hundred
vnr.is nlkive the center of the works, it is
on nt irom a baky still. The burning
t ii 'iv.-.l down the ru-t and communicated
-. in. ..tiier s ills aul tanks. Several tanks
! 'e l. Tiiis is the same place where the
i ...I liif of two years ago occurred. At
i'n lire was got under controL No
01 ite cnii yet ls made as to the probable
The I'reniileiil's Ketiirn.
.vsl!i.iti City, Sept S. President
" eland erriv.sl here at S o'clock Monday
moron;. The president's carriage was iu
n "Htm; at the depot, and ho was iiuiiie
'. at -iy driven to the White House, where,
iller I reak fasting, he settled down at once
The president, who is well tanned by the
sun, and who apivars much improved by
his trip, says that he has had an excellent
tune and has enjoyed perfect health, lie
has not been ill a single day since he left
ami is at a loss to understand how the re
port of his serious sickness originated.
A meeting of the cabinet will tw held
Tuesday. Tbo memliers who are absent
from the city have not however, been sum
moned to attend, as there is no pressing
business to bo done requiring their atten
tion, it is reported that all the cabinet
officers will have returnel to Washington
by the 2 ith inst It is stated at the White
House that the president proposes to dispose
of pending questions before seriously con
sidering matters to be brought to the notu
of congress in his annual message.
5 Orlando Child to Benjamin Tanner,
pt lots 7 and J, Assessor's plat 1SC1, 5. 17,
iw, am ,000.
Elizabeth B. Mixter to Jeremiah S.
riurragh, wj. wi, lot 1. block 19, Old
Town, Hock Island, $1,200.
Jane Jnniieson to Adeline W. Kennedy,
lot block 7, Edwards second addition,
Molinc, f 5,fitH).
Orlando Child U llatt Siinottsun. pi
scj nej 0, 17, lw, $r.oo.
Mathins Beekstniin to Carl August
Carlson, ei lot 2. block 1. Piniock A B dd
win's addition, Mnline (100.
Andrew Weinberger to Mataret '.Vein
bcrjier, c o0 ft, in lot 4, in tie J, 11,17.
I) T. Itobinsiin to John Volk, fX lot
10, block 12, .Spencer A: Case's addition.
Uoek Island, (rl.lMKI.
Hard Coal Market
Pea coal, 7.(H); ;rale and eg", $7.75;
range, nut and No. 4. $8.00 per ton;
screened and delivered- all best quality
of anthracite. Kxtra cartage cliHrged on
orders of less than one ton. Blacksmith's
mnl, Cotinellsville coke and charcoal.
19o:.l Second avenue. E. O. Fkazkh.
The cheapest place in the
three cities to have your hoots
and shoes repaired or made is
at the Central Shoe Store.
BE A II PE Pi'SJTII E ATI. E.
Saturtla' Eve., Sept. 12.
Tlie Original leston Ooubl
i UJU s
The Only KeriiEni.eil IlenliU' Cnnipiiny
iu the World.
25 Performers. 25 Performers. 25
10 Colored Plantation Sinjiers! 0
2 Murks the Lawyers! 2
2 Imported Irish Trick Itnnkeys! 2
(i Monster Bloodhounds! 6
New Version! jN'ew NovclliesM
CHEAT PLANTATION FESTIVAL.
And Missiseippi Steamboat Scene.
The JOLLY COONS
And South (isrolins Slave Singers !
Toe Little Putjiatu Twin Sisters!
A Car IaiuiI of Baggage,
And Magulticeut Scenery.
Admission 25 and 35 cents.
i W Reserved Seats, 6U cents. Street Parade at
12 o'clock Saturday,
HALF-CENT A WOKD.
Tnn rgus hereafter wi 1 pohllsh In this col
nmn all a iertiseaienu of Lost Found. For Kent,
For Sale. Boird or lieonis, Wauted. and similar
notices. t the lew rate of out kiilf a cent a word,
catch flgiire a word, but no advertisement less
WASTED-Two tailors, at once, at S. A, Mar
M'ball's, o. S1V Twentieth street 4
WANTKD Aslrltodu general house work, -apply
at 140 Twenty-drst street. is
FOB R It NT A pleasant furnished room. First
avenne, vecond door west of Eleventh street. S-lw
FOB KKNT A furnished mom for oue or two
gentlemen; enquire at this office. t-m
FOB RENT House with four rooms. cheap
rent; also furnished rooms, SI8 Fifteenth st. 1-tf
FOB SALB Old papers for aale in any qua-city
at this otBce, cheap.
"i?. . t j . . t is L,; J"... . ! IT77; - i ., . . . 1 :
f uiiauk oiaij ioib iu my wiuitions -ne
ityof Rock Island on (onr yearly payments, wiui
Interest at six per cent per annum,
m 8 Di VtXFOBT
"For economy and comfort every
spring, we use Hood's Sarsaparill," writes
an intelligent Buffalo, N. Y., lady. 100
Doses One Dollar.
Chicago, Sept 7.
The market quotations on the board of
traue. U-day, wore a follows: Wheat No.
'& September, oiened 7TJsO, closed Tiv
October, opened iS-e, chi eil Tac; Novem
ber, opeuei Sle, do e.t SU;c. Corn No.
2 SepUsmber, ojientHi 4t,s,;, close.1 44,'c;
October, opnesl cl.tse-t 42c; Noveui-
ber, opened 4 c, closed 4liJs '. OaU N 2
September, opened .'x:, closed UO'c;
October, op-lie.i ', cto4)J 5fc; ;,',
Olieued and el , ed, Port Septem
ber, open I H.s;i.. i l.-eil ! S'i; O. tober,
opened $S.S.i cl I swSi'!-i; Novemiier,
opened S..NI, closed $s S J'V- ljard Septem
ber, oiiene l an 1 clo e 1 ii 21.
Live Biix'k i uj tv.n- JLi i-'.wn it yards report
tee loiiowin r.ui e oi priew: ii I'll-
market ojs'iiei ratni" slow, wiltt prices
woaK a.id .ri,10c 1-i.vei; shippors were
tne prin ipal i u y-r-; l.gh: gradea, )M.Iti)
4. i; i'U.rn pa 'knt. ;M. 4. Ai; heavy
packing, t-t. -'i" ttf -t. it:-. c'altie SWedier;
ijipjim.; .4 d' lf'.'ii.'iu; lewciiers, Hi tfHfti.Tbi
.toes.'r . t2.-i'i(r l d0; IVxau , J2.75(;t.7.'
jibeeji- Stoa ly; .-! '..! 4. Id.
Prodiite: l-ntieriT... ,j cienmery,
Ale; faivv dairy. 15idlHi ; packing, liso
j.s.ir lb. Lggs U-(ri4sic per doe. Potatoes
1. 15(,il.2.' per i.bl. Pmitry Mprimr
rhi:kens, s.1 oi.c : "Id hens, 8; roisters,,'.
5ie; turkeys, lilucnc; and spring ducks, Vic
pei l:i. Berne. 111. mil Tries, JU.5Jigl.tid per
iiist case; wie-i.ielsurtes, id1.! pertiu; black-tieri-tes.
t.2-'.i 1. 5;i p;r 0-qt case; cran
berries, j.l.iiii(il 2f ier llisjt -it.se.
Ni. iv York, Sept 7.
Wheat VinTv higeer. only moiierately
active; No L weiu, nominal; No, S led
Oi-tober. WiSiw'M.'iV; do Novemiier, bt
iti'.ti; do li sVHi.sr. iH g'.H ;j,' ;; Jan
uary, 9ii.ij:a'.iS;'sjJ ; Jan.-, f.ed. Corn
yH.' lower and iitiii; mixed weder.t sptit,
4s(4.) i;sj'c; do lutiiiu. 4sij M:. Oats A
sua le stroic-r: we-teru (tjt:; No. 2
September, 'Jtl'tVr-'. Provisions Beef
dull; new extra ni-s-s, Ilil.iMt Pork, hrni;
new tiw. Jin .m;lu .."). Lard Firmer;
steain-rendere 1, liLfii.
St. Louis, Sept 7.
Wheat Q liet, nns.tt;eil, witli fair trad
ing, and close t i;r, atsive Satunlay; No.
2 red cash, S.V Hc; rsepiemUir, K'4'c;)OcUber,
STic; Nov.on.ier, SV. (Viru A shade
oil, and -low. oa-h, 4H;-4iiS41c; Septetn
bor, 4ti;-'e bid; O.-t-.bor. ;;nQc; year, 84 '.
Oats I'onier; c.i h. 2:iKu$2!iWc; Septein
lier. !.; year tS:.V(f Sia, Kye Quiet;
.rd Via Win-ky rsu-ady. Proviamns
Poik, imiet; f'.t. Vi. lurd, 'nominally tt.2i
'ioi.KiH), Ohio, Sept 7.
Wheat Dull easy; No. 2 casta anil Sep
tember, X4.SV-; Oetoocir, S.))u'c asked; No
vemlsir. 7te Ue.j; lteoemlier, SSe asked;
No. soit .n.,u:'sC.'1e; do October, 81c; No
veintsT, stc t'.rn Steady, quiet; cash
and Supteiuoer, r; Oc-bilier, 44'c bid;
year, 3v bid ; May. SkUja bid. Oate Quiet,
iirm; cash and iSeptember. 2o.sc bid; Octo
ber, tiiclui; Ma, ;(lc. Clover Kirm, in
active; cash and S-ptemlsBr, $5.5i; Octo
ber, tls.;tl; Novemti,-, $3.Y
JilUVAI'KEK, Sopt T.
Whest Unsetthsi; cash. Tc: October,
"''Jsc; Novemuir, SI je. Corn Easier ; No."
2,44c, daw-Steady; No. U, 23c. Rre-K-tsy;
1!,.. I, S6V. Barley -Tame; Na 2, 6o.'.
linTHoi r, Mich., Sept. T.
Wheat Sieady: N t 2 mt. iSCc cash;
Stii,'c Siiptenilh..r; sT.i 'October; (sH'o asked
Nov.smlwr; No. 1 wuit-, tS'.Xe casa, SSi:
September; Me bid O totwi ; Silo November;
No. S rd, Ki'v'. Uurn iiC4ti1(,'o. Oat
No. 2 wiiiie. :!1 b:i; N.t , 2tio cash and
Article. Ojienin. rl.isini:
. '1- yuirust
Nov. sui4 si
Sept. 4;:' M'i
Nov. 3;J, i
. ats Aucust
Oct. 2T.la or,!
Sept. s s-3
!. s s; 14 s sr,
Nov. s S". 8 77
Sept .... (', -i
"ct. li ;7 li S
Nov. li ITS, (i !
ct. . 6 M7 5 5
llo'-'S ir.tswi; holii, 4 4iM niised, 4 :ll
li av, : sjii..4 !
' aij -2V
H.iv-Wild 7 II
live 4 c.
Pol -eis's 4V
Hoa'-Sort 1 ; haul s
(.red w is id $ i mi.
s r.-ov Sr, m i
HOI K ISHN'll.
MOST PERFECT MADE
Purist and strongest Natural Fruit Flavors.
Prepared by a iitrsiriaji witb special regard to
FIFTEENTH ANNUAL FAIR
Seott, Clinton and Musca
Sept. 8, 9. 10aadll, 1885.
$2,500 in Premiums,
Open to Exhibitors living in the District.
New Truck; Enlarged Floral Halt; New Am
phitheatre, capacity t.SOU people. The C. M. & St
P, R. K. ill run extra trains at reduced rates.
4y"Adniis.ion a cents; Single horse and driv
er, SO cents; Double team and driver
Children from 6 10 li, 10 cents ; Amphitheatre, lli
" . J0UN80N MAW. President
For Information apply to
P, W. McMAN US, Sec'y. au. 25. t4
R. CRAMPTON & COMPANY.
We do PLUMBING- of all
kinds, including Sewer Work.
Gall and see us.
MILLARD BAKER & CO.'S
Opposite Harper House.
Rock Island, - Illinois.
MRS. G. SWAN'S
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Socond Aucnue, Rock Island, Opens Sept. 7.
Tkkms: Twenty Lessons, in advance Instrumental $12.
Vocal $12. Harmony $14.
Graduates Students of Music.
HrWMrs. Swan is also dealer in the famous Bauer Piano.
M. MAGRUM, Proprietor,
Seconu Avenue, - - Opp. Harper House.
r?"The -Tivoli" has lately been transformed Into a Palace equaling In every respect the lines
salis.nsin 0hirsi.ii and siirpassinj: anytliinj: in the three c ties A number of 'ans operated by
nuu-hinery for keepine the airnsil is one of the leadinc features of the place. The Liquid
h'efreshnients dispensed at this esUlilislnnent is in keeping with its KrHnd improve
ment An elegant lunch served every moruinu. All kinds of Sandwiches
jun-7 dum served on short notice.
J. W. WIliTEL, Prop'tr.
ROCK ISLAND TRUNK FACTORY
No. 1809 Second Avenue.
Manufacturers of all kinds of
HT REPAIRING DONE.I
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t"0otue and ve ns
PAEK & 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.
-F. S. SOTJTHABDi
Manufacturer and Dealer in
MATRASSES AND PICTURE FRAMES.
Also Dcili r in Mirrors, (Wuisti Pules, Curtain Fixtures, Mouldings, Etc.,
Cff-l-ricis lower thun the lowest. Tremuu's Rlock, opp. Commercial Hotel.
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Cor. Fointh Avenue and Sixteenth street,
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punlic. Hoarders al reason. ,le rates.' r armers .ill flurl this ilotel.nice slopping place Ip ,Xi3m
l'f" This House has been lliornunlil.v r. imvah d and re fiiruishi rt Ihmuehout and Is now oucn in tha
Tliis space ia reserved for
-JOHN T. NOFTSKER'S
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