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BOCK ISLAND ARGU
V0L.XLVL CO. 80
ROCS I8LAHD, ILL, WEDBESDAY, FEBRUARY 2. 1898.
TWO MORE VICTIMS,
Capital 8tartled by Further
Evidtnce of the 8uicide
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Bat Cewa-Uaaaa ajafeaa ek M
w. Wasfclafrtoa, fab S. Twe aJil-
tiOtkl Victims Of the Seiclde BBBale
developed this morales- Lary Tey
tor, daughter of Walter Taj lor, Uut
ary depertsseat elerk, pi a a red
through a wiadow. fall ia the sao
Bad escaped taroaga the ilmt where
she waa to a ad half en hoar later, al
io oil aade. She was nearly fretea
takta Sotae. IIr father
heaged himself, lit waa tat dawn.
Rota may recover. The girl ha
beea IU Kmt Utac
raMaa tft fei Rate 1 ark.
Sew York. Feb. 1 Thie la Ike
eddeet dsy at Ike ecaeoa. Tkt
rivers are full af iee aad Ike ferry
boata are maeb delated. Local aad
sahurbea traffic ia mack eoareated
aad deleted. Boeton la atUl ekat off
from the eater world, eaeept by aa
eocaeloael talepaoa steeeec.
Boetoa. Feb. J. The laaectel !oe
by tke freat Sew KagleaJ etorm of
Moaday algal aad teaterday wae
craater Ikaa at Brat estimated. It
ia ever ll.0"0.000 ia Boetoa eJoae
Reports of stranded veeeela eoatlaae
to arrive, aad it ia teiicve-l li uvea
ware loat at varioae poiate.
Provldeace. R. I.. Feb. 2 The
greater part of the aula ia still
etorm-boaad. with practically ao
wire eomaaaicetion eatalde et the
elly. Basinets ia at a staadstiU. Ia
aay reepecta the atom ia worae
than the billiard of March. 8S.
Chicago, Feb. 2. Cold weather
travails throughout the weelera
states. The liae of aera tempera-
tare paaaea taroaga Ike aoataara
portioae et Wieeoaaia. Iowa aad 5e-
aresaa, wan aaow on ine usee aaa
in the eealral valleys. A etorm waa
reatered thla saoraiar aver Lke
liaroa. Duluth aad afooreheal r
port 1 balaw; St, Paai. 12; Uaroa
aad Biamarok. 10. It toaeked 21 be
lew at Wiaalpes: daring the eight.
Tke nfcMia taaWaiara nvvaaa..
Spriafffleld. Feb. 2. The aaa
ate after advancing tba appropriation
bill to a eeoond reading adjourned
aatil tomorrow. The boaae paaaad
the revenue bill In t4. aearl all
the democrats relralatag from rot
lag. 8eveat-eevja votea are aecee
earj tor paaaage, aad theee were not
aecared for some time, aa eeveral re
pablicaa membera at Sral rafnied
to vote. Thia doea aot. however,
carry the bill with the omergete;
aiaaae. waicb woa!d nqaire 102
vote; ao Ike eaergeaey cuae wae
alrtckea eat aad ea icli call for pae
ee wlthoat thai alaate it reettvid
81 voUa. m
Coaataatiaopl. Feb. 2 The Bel
rarlaa atteat baa preeentel a aote I
the Tarkiah roveramaat poiatiar
out tae aeriuaae ef ocearree'e la
tke vi:evet at Uthab. where tit Bil
variaaa were arresUd ea the charge
of atoriag arm a. The ageat fartker
allege tkat tkat maay BaTgMieae
are tortured to d .ta aad womea aad
ablMna eutrgt. The ageat ar
fallv deaaadad taaodiate eeeta-
tioa f eppreeaioa. the wiihdrawal of
the allitary. tke traaefer et all ptla
eaere to LTkai fjr irtei ai tae ie
mleaal ef a aeaber cf alSciala. Tba
aote eauaad eoaatderaKe at a aeaae-
tloa aaeag tke aln'etete aad at tke
a.ri ,1m Bata a KaalwtaV
Loadoa. Feb. 2 -Storms ere pre
vailing Skroajhoul (ireat Britaia.
Severe galeehaveewapitheeoaat. aad
worae wtatker la predicted tialgkU
Oalra reachlag karrtcaae force are
repcrtet on the coatieeat from Bir
lia to Bade Peel reealtiag ia coaail.
arable daaege to property.
aNaaa e frMa Arimi.
Leaea. Fb. 2 The afleraoos
pepers eos nai tn very aevere terms
epoa the al!ege! withdrawal cf Ureal
Britela'e deaaad for the epeala; cf
I -- I
I - I
Soma refuie to
credit the report.
bMtNki la Aels Bleaar.
Constantinople. Fob. 2. Violent
earthaakes ai Ballkescr and Brute,
AtU Mlarr. rrimltetl ia numerous
fatalities and great damage. Tba
saltan baa baa ordered relief for the
Bar la AnartaM S-ratt.
Berlia. Fab. 2. A decree baa been
iseaed afaiait tba importation of
every kind of American freab fro it
n ike rrooea met can torn i a ana
otber vermin threaten tba German
trace aad trait
ttMi Faarsa Batrtaa.
Peoria. Feb. 2 O elog to the
shortage ia the potato crop ia Ger-
eav 2,000 barreia oi spirits nave
beta ordered ia tbla city to te
hipped to Hamburg.
Tartar faeeaaUr ai
Nshville. Feb. 2. The legislature
Hat coaveatloa elected T. B.
Taney, democrat. L olled States sec
HIC Bra a Waaataaf,
VTiaaipeg. Feb. 2 The hlclotyre
block waa baraad thia morning with
a Icte tl ijco.cw.
CAUS CAPTAIN SCHAACK S BLUFF.
'm ttaa m IH Mmi W kat art af a
Hm Ha lllH.
fhkitn. F.. I A man rtvla the
A-n t J. .4. titharlt a;i-l at th
CVnffai Nlkr station yestrtday after
. ar t announced himself aa entire
ly -.-..---. I io rapturo the ja.M.e re-
aril .h I'tftuc Inspector Miehavl
fthaa . ht ff-re f the t.r-Juttlon
bt itrt. Iuise I.U'ts -rt alive. The
Diaa. sa.d k kl ceen Mrs. Luetert
ItMn forty-elrtil hours and iuul'1
frr t hr lthfn Ihe snaie rpaa- of
time. Ut toM a strstahtfttraard story.
ard altk'iuah sut.jwied to close uani'
!.. a I y Cai lain t'i.k r.tn. of the On
r ruti a.. ln-ktel uNn the a -uracy
ef his -t.Ky. He waa shown J L ture.,
an. I ffir airw.r.a thm '!et.d that of
Mrs. IS'tfert without trouble.
ll s.ld he rju'.d m.t'ire the woman
at any time, and uM do s lmmll-
atrty If he was assured rf the payment
of .' Ue said Mrs. I.u'lctrt was
within a shrt i!-tan- e ut Chirasi. and
with ne frier.ds of hars. Aetwrdlme to
Lathardt's stoiy she Is rnsane. hut has
ItxM Intervals. The p .'.Ue think It Is
Lurharilt who la trsane.
Whn he tnt t see Prhasek the
Inspector nM mly atreed to make ami J
the t.""iC h had originally offered, bu;
promise'l t clve Iithardt JV-0 alll
tloaal for aeiy d.iy tkat he saved In
the trinl ty ir.Nlmlna Mrs. L.uatc;ert.
LutharUt sal rtlll a moment, and then
Hh the rrmaili "Well. 1 must l go.
Inc. he V. ft the nation.
ANSON IS AN OLD HOSS NOW.
Xa t aaaer a t.tlt. Ilaia( fallen from tba
t.raev af Ika rapalare.
CMuj-h F.h. :.-!Y.sMent Hart, cf
the tTftkna-o Use liall club, hn.ke the
lore M I1 "f rlla whk b be had hitb
erto malntakteil altowt the Anson rase,
and Ut nlehl roke fieely cf his pisl-
thin In the n.art.r. What he said on
firmed the r-os-lp that has been printed
at-tit the affa'r f the last two months.
ttart sal I that the dlrertor of the club
had iffi M"4 I" he (tulded In a area!
measure t-y puV.le opinion. Tha rest
and public take It for granted that An
son wonld no; he rranaer of the Chi
earo rlub the 'omlna sasnn.
Th dirertora. deslrina; to rater to the
prihltr. determined not to renew his en-
a4.mert hm the enntrart eplred.
This was the i!iry pursued. A new
manaarr had not been selected, nor
will ne be for a few days. Hart had
only kind worda ta say for Anson, ar.d
waa nnsiirted In praise of him as a first
cUs Srtsmaav Anson hlrrua lf would
any anthlna about hia retirement.
TURLEV CITS THE SENATE SEAT,
V.aa. DnaWI Cainea ta aa Cad
ska t-retiy tUmm Vaae.
XashTiHe. Ftb. 1 The "Democratic
kcts'atlTe rauras on the first ballot last
eifckt nominated f-t senator Thomas B.
Tarley. of Memphis, to ffll out the un
eaplrrd Urm of Isham O. Harris.
Tarley was aptolnted by Oovernor Tay
kr srnati after Hams death. The
reBlt was a sunrise to all the specta
tors, for It was rot etpected that the
deadWk would l broken last niaht.
The ballot st.xKl: Turley. H; McMiili
J: Tay'Mr. I.
Efforts hid teea ma le durlnr the day
t Induce Turtey to withdraw In Tay-
W' behaif. It Is stated that he poal
lively reiuse.1 Then negotiations to
darter he Tarter vete to Turley were
beaun and .-su.t--d la the dropping- of
Taylor and the delivery of a aufficient
number of at e to Turley to toniinate.
penaiot lunry is u years of age. on
of the rst pr..mlnnt lawyers In Mem
phis, an tt -Con federate soldier and a
K-ta-1 free stiver tvmocrat,
takers) MiaallMi lAgsiiTaeTiaaa.
I.endon, Feb. I. A dispatch to The
jTaHy Mall frm Narasakl says: 'The
ur eastarn s-tuation is very a- rout ar.a
tlt Is bellevad that Japan ft actively pre-
raiina icr war.
read rar ska Deal Mala la ka.
PhiUi le pMa. Feb. i The Grocers and
Importers' tthante has made Its
third and final shipment of provisions
to fhe poor of Cuba.
! ''Ororonranist has an cay timeof it
"in wnat way?"
"Wbrn he wanU hie VfbI punirc
vp. oe atiaroea it to me organ." CM-
The miiaion cf Uood'a Sariaparilla
la to care diteaee. aad thouaanda of
teeUaaaials prove it fo'.fllla lu mis-
Arnold's Bromo Celery cures bead-
aehaa 10 4 aad KA aaata RI..H
Port Ta Lien Waa.
Six Lives Lost by a Fire in the
Alvord House at Clovers
ville, New York
MaSY KARROWLY ESCAPE DEATE
IlaoM Vfaa 1 u'll of .nrl, lbi rteiaK It
twy T1m Malr llnra Away and Lrae
tba Wiailaw Ibr Only tmt-LH of
Lit. at sea Cloacrster UrporU IIlKhtrca
aa tha Und Roll Wmk aa tha l.land
af (.uvra-ry Ca-U TrulyTma Lite.
C)..vcrvn. K. Y.. Feb. i-The Al-
T rl Iltir. nt' uT Glovercville'a 1J
kinl marks, ax well as the larfrest hotel
In Fulton county, lira buried In It own
ash-. At this reason tho busings la
unusually largeaml It is un lerBt.Hxl that
w ar'jr -rry room In the building was
ftrcui .It-d. The fire rtal. rj oa the sremnd
flr and shot up Uirough the uir-T
t'rl-s lih lichtninft-like rpet-J. the
hrl rlaira and hallways furnishing
tnat flues whlih carried the flames
urarj. Almost Immediately after the
flames were discoverel the alarm wai
sound.il through the house and th big
hotI waa soon tho ar-vne of wild-st cun-
fusilin. Th-re was a wild sc-ramMe on
the rt of the f:ua8ts to escape from
the l uil.luiB with their personal proer
ty. but many were forced to iK-e wiih
cut ravine anything.
Maay Had ta Jump f .r l ife. 1
A few of the guests made thi ir cscap
by the stairways, but the ni( kc soon
cut off thl retreat. The next resort of
the Imprlruntd Koile Was the windows.
The guests whout-re thus eiitrapiied
did not lung hesitate to take the risk of
Juiapinz. tln.uca rume v.ere rescue!
fix-m their pttius IriNons by the
firemen, others bailed fr in the win
div.s. aevetal bln5 more or leys in
jured. Findlny Morrow, a traveling
alesnwn for an Albany hou?".clad only
In sliirt and trousers. Jumped from a
window, landing safely In the sn.iw.
aam of the Lnt aud lnjtir.il.
Six ersor.s were undoj.ilcJly burned
to death. They are as foil..1...-: ll.nrj
C. Hay. r,iov rsville; C Klmluli.
wife and daughter, In-Jin t"!-a.
Kurtx rt. Im-H b'y; and !V i.'amiii K.
trieklar.J. contractor and l uM-r. Hen
ry C. Iy was one of tho nnni r. in
Inent business nnn f ?ln-.-iisvtlle.
Ami. ntr the setlou.'ly Injured are 1
Ijeailfrt. of Chicago, broken arm and
Inbrnttl!- hurt; William Maloney,
travelimr man. rc silence unknown,
sprained ankle, and D. M.'Ross. travel
ing man. Hocliester, X. Y., badly
Mane of Hie Victims Rndlrs l onntl.
The flremea searched bil day in the
ruins for the remains of vh-lims, but
their efforts were unrewarded. Electric
lights htvc b.-tn strung over the ruins
and a large force continued the search
all nlpht. The two traveling men re
ported mlsslrg were accounted fir lat
last right, leaving six known victim.
EI wood le Long, a fireman, was seri
ously froxen. Andrew Watson, of Tor
onto, lnt.. Jumped from the fourth floor
to a hed ar.d was only slightly hurt.
loss of ure on the ocean.
FUblng Fleet of ;loiieeter Lows lliubtren
Mm Terrible .hlpwreek,
Gloucrestrr. Mass., Jan. S. The storm
at Cloucester was one of the worst In
many years and the damage which lies
In Its wake will f.x.t up about t:0o,(K)0.
About LOW fishing and other vessels
were wholly or partly wrecked. A
doac-n of these vessels were wholly
wrecked. Eighteen lives are said tohave
been lwt. and there may be twelve more
which have gone down on missing ves
sels. There was no railroad connection
with Ilostun or outflJe towns until C
o'clock last night. The car shed cf the
street railway company was blown
down and damaged to tha extent of
I'li mpufh, Er.g Feb. 2. The steamer
Channel tjueen ran on the rocks off
Guernsey Island yesterday. Her engines
were reversed when the rocks were
seen, but It was then too late. The first
boatload of survivors reached land and
sought help of the fishermen, who made
gallant rescues, although the heavy sea
prevented their boat from approaching
the wreck. The survivors had to be
dragged by ropes through the sea to
the rescuing boats. The captain was the
last to leave the wreck. The latest re
port ia that nineteen were drowned,
the chief engineer, three atckera and
fifteen passengers. Including fourteen
onion sellers w ho were drowned in their
cabins when the sea swamped the ves
b the title of a little book
mission ia to enlicrhten everrhrxlv on v r
nnd the best particular caint
-ravuicuiDa? OI a Utile to thaw
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Tbr eqjtr th tnott torfmce,
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I NATIONAL PROGRESSIVE
SYSTEM Or MEOICINL'
Dayer.jort Heal Institute i
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CrBwasirVeA, Ft'davcri. lVeJm-. Hwt, H Tom art.
PaTajo, urit, aviaovv. eTTaaai viawmsts enei eXitAi
Ituimm C Mm mni Wmm.
rV4adx cajata ia, mmm fe exrpy f tU Medleta
inavbsamrw." bd Iilawamte tu
X wMe-wtieei ri4 mareww ytei rrrhm til M8t la
taar w irat mewsiBftieBKiOBa.
S 403 Brtli St. Otparkvleea. X,
sel. The rescued passengers lost every
thing, even their clothing.
Boston, Feb. 2. A three-masted
schooner, believed to be the Charles S.
Griggs, of Itath. Me., laden with coal,
was wrecked off Little Xahant Monday
nlt-ht. It is llieved there were eight
men on board and all are thought to
have been drowned. The vessel is a
EXPLOStOX IN A PAPEB MILL.
Kills One Man, Imprisons Another and
Terribly Wounds a Third.
Milwaukee, Feb. 2. A special to The
t-enunei rrom Marinatte, Wis., fays:
Last night at the Park Paper mills one
ef the digesters in the sulphite mill Mew
up, A large three-story brick building
la In ruins, two men are dead and a
third serious! and probably fatally in
jured. PeUr Horst was killed outright.
being crushed beneath falling brick and
Iron. Sanluel Kteffen is buried under
the ruins, and desperate efforts are be-
int; made to save him, but the chances
of rescue are slight. Even if he Is taken
out. the fumes of sulphur from the di
gester w ill probably kill him. The third
is Louis Lefebre, of Menominee, whose
skull waa fractured by a piece of flying
The cause of the explosion is un
known. It occurred without anv warn.
ing shortly after the nliht crew took
charge. The reverberation shook the town.
The loss of the Marinette and Menomi
nee Paper company will be more than
IW.WO. The air nb( ut the mills is so
impregnated with sulphur that it is al
most impossible to continue the rescue
work. The ruin wrought by the exDlo-
sion w most complete, and all that re
mains of a pretentious three-storv
building is one half of a wall. All the
rest is a Bile of pulp-covered debris.
0;n-r men may have been in the mill
si me cime oi me expicsion. but no
others are known to be missing.
Collided In a Snow Storm.
Burlinston. t., Feb. 2. The mail
train south from this city oer the Rut
land railroad was stalled yesterday
morning a short distance below She!
bourne. Two engines loaded w ith men
were sent out to pull the train out. The
snow blinded the engineers and they
ran into the rear end of the stalled
train. Fred Dubuc was thrown between
the engine and Under and so badly
crusned tnat he died In a few hours.
Wreck of a Fart Freight.
Mcholasville. Ky., Feb. 2. Fast
freight Xo. 41. south-bound on the
Queen and Crescent, a doublo-header
with twenty-one cars, was derailed at
the croBstrg of the Richmond. Xicholrts.
vllle and Ueatyvllle railway over the
Queen and Crtsrent. AH went over the
embankment. Engineer P. J. Sullivan
and George Shirley, of Lexington,
Jumped and were seriously Injured and
conveyed to PL Joseph hospital.
COMING EASTTOTALK POLITICS.
Silver Men Call on Dubois to Meet Tbem
and DicuM riiliin.
Blackfoot. Ida., Feb. 2. Ex-Senator
Dubois, chairman of the executive com
mittee of Uie Xational Silver Repub
licans left for the east lift night at the
urgent request of the Xational Silver
leadera to confer with them with a view
to uniting all the silver forces. Before
leaving the senator etated that the de
cisive vote In the senate In favor of the
Teller resolution had convinced the sil
ver advocates that with a close union
all along the line victory in 1S9S and
1900 is certain; and he further stated
that recent developments indicated
clearly that mutual concessions would
be made and such co-operation brought
about. I nder the contemplated ar
rangement the Populists. Silver Repub
licans and Democratic parties will each
maintain a distinct organization.
for" each nc. w .,
nitinfino -if rf
-aj.( uuut uiVI
aaM-r, V'UC fjll
make you acquainted with I
look bet, taut loncwit and are
sminaT VO falll III It Will rvo r
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Aft. II W IUI lUC alhaf Iriaf
CO., PAIKT MAKERS.
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S,,c,al! EXTRAORDINARY SpwW!
Suits worth Suite worth $9,
$13.80 nnd f 15. f 10 nnd 111,
: Special Sale!
07.50 r 05.00
The London's Special Sale of all Broken Lois
OF MEWS AND BOYS WINTER CLOTHING.
Look in Our O00 10 and three suite of a kind about 200 suits In all. Suits Look la Olli
Window lmt Wer8 15, 1S-50 and "-12 we -l,ve rtl,nea to tme nnltorm WiodoST
Vrice of $7.50 for this great special sale. We can recommend this
,,,,,,"," line very highly as being exceptionally big bargain and mtde cf aaaaaaBBBBBBBBBBBBsBBi
We do what we the best materials and by the highast class of clothing manufao The Big Store is
. turers. The remarkable low price of $7.50 will no doubt sell them the place for bona
qirtckly. So if you lose a gool thing it will be your own fault "l reauotions.
worth 9, 10 and Suits worth $11,
" " HS-fiO nnd $15.
Ill special price F ytjyg BEEN WAXNQ F0R THe end of the season out special price,
NOW 18 YOUR GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY.
V u I u u (cre 0ffer at grj gome TOry desirable pattaras, well made and choice 1 $7.50 i
fabrics, and positively worth $9, $10 and $11 per suit. This line
IT'S A SNAP. fa pretty well broken, and many being only one euit of a kind, we YOU KNOW US.
aaa-aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa have all SiZCS but D0t Of the Same pattern. 53 U OUT Ptlce for
. , - them and could not be boight in large lots at any such figure. tit -i
in Uur Don't miss this opportunity. A chance to buy $.i, $10 and $11 LOOK In Uur
Window. suits for $S don't come every day: Window.
It will pay to buy for next season's use. We are
still making big reductions on Overcoats.
Special! W jTTimSVI sPedtK
Suits worth $12. I If f Qo ll fu Q U ll Suit wotth 9.
$13.50 and $15, U IIV L-jXJr I V V-T 1 V $10 and $11,
I 87.50 B-g Store! Blue Front! C5 00
To realize money, to
reduce stock, to turn
dull times into busy
times we make our
annual January sale
worthy your consider
Great Reductions in all
A nice Sideboard, with
French pattern, plate SQ Cf)
mirror, only sJiJ.sJU
3-pioce Chamber Suits,
nicely carved and finished.
bevel mirror in dresser, 9 50
Solid Oak, 5-drawer Chif
foniers, well made, fin- Q QC
White Enameled Iron
Beds, brass trimmings, O "JC
all iitm . . fcs I J
There are great bar
gains for you at the
& CARPET GO.
324, 326, 328 Brady Street,
The Elixir of
Have Yen Got It?
If not. consult
ently located in
Whs Has Cured
Oar Electric fcacnine for
the treatment of N.rvoos
Diesaa, BbaDmsasm and
Hundreds of Cases of Chronic Diseases PQOtmced Incur
ab eby Others.
NERVOUS DEBILITY, Exhaustive
Fanny, weu Memory, jtentai ueiasions, or
CATARRH, Dyspepsia. Asthma.
muiiBY, iji.irr aaa cum ifLBease. can oe lu
VARICOCELE is the most active
momni wiin omen wnen we gnaraotce
methoda. Uydroc.le cured in three days
WOMEN Buffering from diseases
we nse cared many cam at van np as bapaleM, aa we may as sale to can roa. nurflemt emeia.
tlone partormea at your home If derired. Abdominal and brain sorjarj a specialty.
OUR CREDENTIALS AND TESTIMONIALS ARE THE BEST. Tha nam
eroas acknowledgement, we baae racetved from the newspaper, for oar remarkable care, ta
both medical and .urtneal caws. I. proof eosclasWe that ear ad ranee, method, rare where aU
oib.rs fall. Therefore, do not waste time with otbera, bat comalt a. at once and regain yoat
'wt health. There In a stage In every rti.eai e that can be cured. . Hare J on passed that staa-a
If net do not experiment any longer, bat insult as at once. Farthermora, we offer lluw to
anyone prorirut our credentials false We liaie It an object to InTetiijate oora. Ma otar
tpeeialu-t offer. )ou such a fair proposition. ONLY C'L'RABLB CASBS TAKEN. Bestafref
erenee and credentials. If you cannot aaO, write. Hundreds cured by awiL Hoora S at If.
StoS,7tos. Sundays, 11:30 to 1:3U. '
OFFICE 31 AND 32 OASTS BriLDLTG B1VEIP0RT, U.
BEER OF JUST THE RIGHT AGE
Comes from our brewery. It is tha farorits
of the laborer, the epicure, the rich man and tha poor bub.
Its flavor is delicious, its "bidy" right to pleate all tastes.
Made right here at home of the finest malt and choicest htfpt,
and bv the most advanced process; why shouldn't "ROCK
ISLAND" be the best?
Li is Hal.
3aiavoa-io fo i
Drains, Sleeplessneaa, Threatened In-
soy ower oouaiuon ana io renooi cxbanatlOB. naa.
Rheamatism, Scrofula, 8yphil!a, Blood,
cajy man pcrmaavuuy aurva oj ut MTaacea
causa of Nervosa Debility. Why treat
jroa.a permiECDi core in serea aya 6y oar painlaai
peculiar to her sea, ahonld consult as.
ROCK ISLAND BREWIKG CO