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THE BOCK ISTiAND AUG I J 9. THURSDAY, JANUARY 10, I8h9.
An elegit "f
Silk and Limn
Silk, Plush and
(,f all I he
Collarsi and Cuffs.
f3Call and see them. They must
must be seen to bo apprec iated.
1804 Second Ave. Rock Island
White and Fancy
NO IE PRICES.
American Bible Societies Bibles at
Oxford Billies at cost.
Bivsfer Bible at cost.
Window Shades at cost.
WVI Pttpers very cheap.
Albums of City of Rock Island 50c.
22x28 Engravings 47c.
at cost. A job lot of
at your own prices.
KINGSBURY" fc SON.
1705 Second Avenue.
!EONN '& FLEMING,
Manufacturers of and Dealers in
gr"Call and examine our Qooda and prices.
KANN & FLEMMING,
No. 1.811 Second Avenue,
Between Eighteenth and Nineteenth Streets,
(KELEK3TRABS Building) ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
WALL PAPER at a BARGAIN
I m m f
We have the largest stock in the city, and are bound to sell, and prices art
onincr tt mabp It on.
CPainting, Graining and Paper Hanging done on short notice. All work
uarantted. Don't fail to note the place.
1401 Second Avenue.
Fine line of
in different styles.
Jersey & Cloth
ill the latest styles
of all kinds and
Mar & Cuff
of till kinds.
The Best Inkstand
IN THE WORLD.
The air is not tidmitied into the Ink
Fountain, hence i.-k is preserved in its
original purity no evaporation of ink
the pen cutsre iip cup enables the writer
to regulate with aecuracy the quautity of
ink to tie taken on the pen.
Call and examine or send for circular
KINGSBURY & SON.
1705 Second Avenue.
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IT DOESN'T INTERFERE.
T .e TraekOperations of the Stref t
Car Myndieate Will Comlnae, no
Matter What the Weather The
When the t -ack building operations of
the Holmes street car syndicate were
temporarily t becked yesterday morning
by the small blizzird which was appar
ently a distant relative to the midwinter
cyclone which spread such desolation in
the east, the croaker who manages to
come to the surface in all sorts of weath
er, was heard to remark with a chuckle:
"Well this loocks the new street car
track for ths season. I told you so.
Wonder whit Mr. Holmes says now?
Wonder how about his bridge railway? I
knew he cou'dn't get it done this year; I
told you so. Where's all your new
tracks? I knew they wouldn't be com
pleted before cold weather. I told you
so." This h the strain in which this
peculiarly gifted officious individual
who is found in every community went
on all day, and he probably retired last
night with a self-satisfied conscientious
ness of his isdom and the great benefits
men of his (lass are to society. Truly,
what would we do without the croaker?
But the re presentative of this class of
individuals 'vho bad busied himself so
much yesterday, doubtless awoke this
morning wiia the impression that he had
a strange dr;am when be learned that the
track laying work was going on with an
increased force and renewed zeal on the
part of Sup.. Schnitger. For it is a fact
that not only was the work of track-lay
ing wcstwaid on Second avenue being
rapidly pushed, but an additional force
had been started eastward on Second
avenue from Nineteenth street to meet
the new track where it was stopped on
Twentieth street between Second and
Third avenges. The left side of the
double truck w ill probably be completed
between Fturth avenue and Twenty-first
street, and Second avenue aud Fifteenth
street this week, and then the cars will be
switched into ii and (he old track torn up
rapidly and the right side of the double
put down. This done, the new single
track west to the saw mills in Rock Isl
and, and east from Thirty -fifth street to
the Molini; terminus of the old Rock
Islnnd and Moline line, will be attended
Meanwhile the bridge line operations
progress slowly but the work is being
done thoroughly and permanently. All of
which is very gratifying to all but the
A ((at er Dunazr Mult.
Henry Middleberg has a grievance, says
the Davenport Titnes, and to him of such
wide and deep proportions that he asks
the district court to summon twelve good
men and ttue to pronounce that it has
harrowed his everlasting soul just !,
000 worth. It all grows out of $175
He is a teamster by occupation and has
been employed by E. G. Frszer at the
tatter's Davenport office for four years.
About six months ngo he quit Frazer's
employ anil began working for J. S
Wylie, al' in the coal business. Before
leaving r ,-azer s err.-iov- he wbs re
quested to return to F. tne s ra 1 1 sum of
Si 75 due that gentleman. This he did
not do ai:(l tence the se quel. Middle
burg avers that on Sept. 15 la6l Frazer
dunDed him for the money in a threaten
ing nmniK r when he (Middlchure) was
returning home with his Coal wagon in
the evenir g, aad that on several occa
sions Frajcr accused him of then stealing
one-half ton of coal from his employer,
Wylie. This was published far and wide,
and the plaintiff wants just if TOO dam
ages. H; compiling turther that this
charge of stealing, reaching the ear of
Wylie, caused him to he discharged, for
which orly the payment of $300 by
Frazer ca i adequately atone. Attorney
W. M. Chamberlain has been employed
by the plt.ititifl to fight for these yel way
oil $1,000, and when the battle opens
Mr. E. Q. Frazer will be on hand to fur
nish these dollars with staying qualities.
Vliooe Who Kworr Oil'.
The last of those who "swore off" on
New Yenr's day have probably "fallen
into line" once more and the world moves
on in its .ruly waggish way. It has be
come quite the fashion for the golden
youth of America and his elders, too,
for that matter to "swear off" on all
their bad habits every New Year's day.
It has also become quite the fashion to
begin the same habits again from Jan. 2d
to Feb. 1st. Some times it is cigars,
some times swearing, maybe it is bil
liards, or perhaps it is intoxicants, but it
is all the Sit me in the end. "Hell is
paved v-ith good intentions," and his
satanic majesty falls heir to a job lot of
pavemeiit after every new year. 'Twas
ever thus and 'twill ever he through the
cycles of the ages till time and eternity
A nuriber of changes took place In
Agent Young's force at the C, B. & Q's.
local off ce this morning. Mr. A. Ffamil
ton, the efficient day dispatcher having
been ordered to Beardstown where he
takes a position in the division dis
patcher's office, F. W. Young, the night
dispatcler, is promoted to the day dis
patcher's position, and Mr. W. T. Quirk
comes f-om Beardstown to fill the office
of night dispatcher.
Magi Urate Bennett dismissed the
charge of assault with intent to do bodily
inj cry, preferred by Mrs. Isabella Mur
rin aga nst Mrs. Babara South in the ab
duction case. Charges of abduction and
violent language and boisterous conduct
against Mrs. South and Mrs. Mary Murrin
are to Ite tried Saturday morning. Mean
while Mrs. Mary Murrin remains In
possession of her child.
The Standard Theatre company gave a
very satisfactory performance of the emo
tional drama, "East Lynn," at Harper's
theatre last evening, the caste of char
acter! beins carefully and well dis
tribute i. Tonight the New York drama.
"Under the Gaslight," which has enjoyed
such a remarkable run everywhere, is to
The Manner In Which They Whonld be
Elected in cae a Chance is Made
From Townfthlp Organization.
The matter of abandoning township
organization and adopting the commis
sioner plan is creating considerable inter
est throughout the county, and the peo
ple are inquiring into the feasibility of
making a change. Among the questions
received on the subject at this office is
Will the Argus please publish the Illi
nois state law governing the appointment
of commissioners, with their duties, com
The first thing necessary is to secure a
petition of at least one-fifth of the legal
voters of the county, which in Rock Isl
and's case would require 1714 names. If
such petition is secured it is then the duty
of the. board of supervisors to submit to
the voters of the county at the next gen
eral election, the question of the contins
uance of township organization. If the
vote shows a majority in favor of the
discontinuance of township organization,
then a special election shall be held on
the first Monday in January next follow
ing, for the election of three county com
missioners for one, two and three yean
respectively, the members of the board to
determine their length of service -by lot.
At each yearly genera', election following,
one commissioner should be chosen.
Upon their taking the oath of office they
shall assume control of county bffairs.
The statutes allow them $3 per day com
pensation and five cents per mile for all
necessary travel. Their duties are much
the same as sunervisors.
Mr. Cable' Keply.
The personal attacks made upon Pres
ident Cable in rpgard to his management
of the Rock Island road by eastern papers
that are controlled by Jay Gould and bis
henchmen, received an explicit answer by
Mr. Cable at the meeting held in New
York. He went there with the full de
termination to show up the hypocrisy of
the would be reformers, and he had in his
possession indisputable evidence, sus
tained by affidavits, of violations of the
"gentlemen's agreement" by Jay Gould's
and other lines in competition with the
Rock Island. This evidence when pro
duced, it is stated, created a sensation
haJ the effect of a bomb exploded in
the ranks of the Gould men. It showed
that Gould's Missouri Pacific was the
principal offender, not only in the Pueblo
ticket case already made public but also
in freight matters. It was shown by Mr.
Cable that grain was being taken by
Gould's Missouri Pacific from Kansas
City and Kansas points to St. Louis at
less than the agreed rate. He also
showed that the Santa Fe had been guilty
if violation of the agreement and de
rianded the prompt discharge of the
fenders. He also referred to the
troubles regarding the Tunning of fast
rams between Chicago and Denver and
for which the Union Pacific was mainly
responsible. It was deemed best undr
the circumstances (o postpone the con
sideration of the "gentlemen's agree
ment," and in the meantime find out
that excuses the parties guilty of the
flenses charged against them had to
teatl and Advertise.
A successful business firm says: "We
once hit upon a novel expedient for as
certaining over what area our advertise
ments were read. We published a couple
of half column 'ads' in which
posely mis-stated half a dozen historical
facts. In less tban a week we received
between three and four hundred letters
from different parts of the country, from
people wishing to know why on earth we
kept such a consummate fool who knew
so little about American history. The
letters poured in for three or four weeks
It was one of the best paying 'ads' we
ever printed. But we did not repeat our
experiment because the one I refer to
served its purpose. Our letters came
from school boys, girls, professors, cler
gymen, school teachers, and in two in
stances from eminent men who have a
world-wide reputation. I was more im
pressed with the value of advertising
from these two advertisements than I
should have been by volumes of theo
Convention of Illinois HniirrvKiira.
The second annual convention Kt the
Illinois supervisors is in session at Deca
tur, with fifteen counties represented.
Supervisor R. A. Smith, of Rock Island
county, was elected vice president and
Supervisor Thomas Campbell, of Rock
Island, was mads chairman of the stand
ing committee on resolutions. Resolu
tions were presented asking the legislas
ture to amend the revenue laws so that
all securities shall be taxed in the countv
or town where they are found; that all
property shall be taxed at fair cash value
with all bona fide indebtedness, and that
one county assessor shall be elected, the
township assessors to serve as deputies,
the county assessors to have general su
pervision of the work, so that all assess
ments shall be equal.
To Electric Light onKamera and
Rock Island. 111., January 10, 1839
In order to eoualize rates in ih thr
cities after February 1, 1889. the prices of
eieciric ugmg win te as tollows:
Current or 16 C. P. lampa until 7 p. m, 60c rermo
" " ' " 10 - 70c "
" " ' " IS " 85c
" " all night. $1.10 "
SS " " IS times these rales.
" 84 " "
6J 8 ' "
A discount of 10 per cent on each 16 C.
P. (larger sizes in proportion) lamp will
be allowed if bills are paid at our office
before the 10th of each month.
Breakage will be charged monthly for
actual cumoer oi nours used, as per
schedule of lighting hours.
If lamps are allowed to burn later than
time specified an extra charge will be
The above prices will be found to equal
gas at legs tban 1 per al.
Merchants' Electric Light Co,
"For there was never yet a philosopher
that could endure the toothache patient
ly." Perhaps not but there's little wit
in enduring It at all, when one bottle of
Salvation Oil will cure it.
Home made taffy, cream and caramels
fresh today. Try some at Krell &
BAD FOR CLINTON.
Reported tahlftin at the River Chan
nel Forty Miles Above Rock Isl
There are some curious facts presented
by the river this winter, says the Clinton
One is the stage of water. The river is
now lower than it has ever been since the
Northwestern bridge was built here and
parts or the foundation of the piers are
above water now which were never seen
There is also an apparent change in the
channel caused by the shifting of the bar
in front of the city, lears ago this bar
was away up the river near Joyce's mill.
It has steadily moved down stream until
now it nearly connects with the first little
island in front of the city and all summer
it was quite difficult for steamers to get
from the draw channel out to the main
Now the railroad people have made a
discovery which may eventually make it
necessary to change the draw to the
second part of the bridge, that between
the first and second islands. Formerly
at a stage of water like the present there
would be two feet of sand above water
between these two islands. Now there
is three feet of water there, showing that
five feet of the bar has been carried away.
Fearing that when the ice moves in the
spring the main channel will change to
that part of the river the railroad author
ities are fitting the piers with ice break
ers. Should the channel change in that
way it will be necessary to cut through
the bar in order that boats can come
through the present draw and land at
Hillsdale, Jan. 9.
Where is the beautiful snow poet?
Hobe Hannah was buying cattle around
here last week.
Ida Bell, who was visiting at Mr.
Mill-', has returned home.
E.I. Schook, of Whiteside county, is
yUiiing at Mrs. S. B. Feaster's.
Mrs. G. W. McMurphy is improving
under the treat ment of Dr. Brunf-r.
.Ino. Liphardt aud M. D. Hauberg took
in the sights of Chicago last week.
S. V.. S L. and John Woodburn and
W. D Camp were at Rock Island last
Jack Flynn was tlie luckv winner of a
30 gold watch at the Port Byron j..wel
Eugene Shepard and Tom Coles are
sick with typhoid pneumonia. Dr. Bru
ner has charge of the cases.
Evert Gladhill and Lou Wilbur, of
Erie, were around buying pigeons last
week for a shooting match to be held at
Last Thursday occurred the funeral of
John Blaine, in Kingsbury, in Whiteside
county. Deceased was about thirty
years old and had been suffering from a
cancer of the shoulder hUde for foiuo
time. The Satuiday previous an opera
tion was performed at Chicago, from the
effects of which he died on Monday. It
was neceksary to take out a portion ot
the shoulher bltde. The doctors had
very slight hopes of his recovery before
The M. W. A. held its annual installa
tion last Saturday at R. Hill's hotel. The
Council J A Liphardt.
Secretary J M Martin.
Watchman F Tnggart.
Sfntries M D Hiuberw: and D H
rhjsiciun DrJ W Morgan.
After the installation the members and
their families retired to the dining room
w here they enoved a sumptuous dinner
which the popular prcprietor deserves
Edgingtox. Jan. 9.
II P. Sloddnrd's next ba'l is given out
for Friday evening, Jan. 18.
C. Titu rington, Jr., has an addition to
his family; 'tis a eirl of ten oounds.
J. M. Davis and Miss Eila Stickler
left here on Saturday last for a visit to
Mrs. Steitz took a trip to Rook Island
a few days ago and by the looks of the
weather this morning 'twould seem to
suggest that she is enow-bound.
Financial matters in this vicinity have
reached a crisis and t hose th tt have been
flinging the quill rather indiscriminately
are beginning to-open their eyes with
their pocket books.
The contemplated law suit between
rrea Buckley and A. Kush in regard to
a binder purchased by the former, has
Oeen amicably settled, Mr. Buckley giv
ing notes for the machine and paying all
Mr. F. W. Boucbton, son-in law of
VV. W. Bobbins, is the happy father of a
baby girl of 9 pounds. Dr. Boughton is
thus made grandpa and is as proud of the
event as a boy is over his first little red
Mrs. Wm. Jackson has been quite ill
with a severe cold.
Andrew Donaldson, of Ruril, was in
the city today.
Delicious French nongat iust received
at Krell & Math's confectionery. .
Mr. Frank A. Pfiilleo, of Omaha, Neb.,
is in the city visiting old acquaintances.
The Merchants' Electric Light company
have issued a new schedule of rates to
lake effect February 1st.
Go to the great sacrifice sale of gentle
men's furnishing goods at the assign ee
sale of Robinson & Taliaferro's.
Mr. snd Mrs. Frank Archer, of 2953
Twelfth avenue, rejoice over the arrival
of a young son on Tuesday evening.
Wanted Two young men to sell
books, fruits and papers ca trains. Ap
ply to M. Mulvihill, Rock Island house.
Wm. Morrison, of Princeton, will
preach in the First Baptist church to
night. The meetings are growing in in
W. D. Webster, Esq.. of Cordova,
made the Argus a pleasant call today,
and gained a little insight into the print
The temperature fell to witbio seven
degrees of the zero point last night the
coiuesi oi me season, luis morning
Observer Fitzgerald received rders that
the black flag could be taken down.
Stop Serve your company with home-
ining c&ira nice vj oiuering your ice
cream and ices from Krell & Math. They
are furnishing all the parlies and recep
Hons and they have the reputation of
serving the most delicious.
One of the prettiest and neatest calen
aars mat uas nas come to our desk is
that issued by the firm of J. J. Johnson
& Co.. Omaha. It is handsomely en
graved and is a thing of beauty as well as
Davenports electric cars were cot
disturbed by the first heavy snow of the
season yesterday morning. The scraper
started out early in advance, and the cars
moved all day with their customary regu
larity, on time.
Miss Maie Fisher has resigned her pnsi
tion as chief stenographer in Division
Agent Mack's office at the Burlington
building, to accept a similar position in
the office of the Sechler carriage works
An inquisition is being made in the
county court this afternoon as to the
mental condition of Caroline Nelson, an
inmate of the poor farm, before a jury
composed of Frank Newcomb. C W
Hawes, H E Casteel, Joseph Miller, Chas
Hodgson and Dr H C Hoeffle.
Another great deal ia pine lands has
been consummated ny Mr. Fred Weyer
hauser. On the 15th inst. Henry Hewitt
and Charles Tucker, of Appleton, Wis,,
sold to the Mississippi River Logging
company 25.000 000 feet of standing piue
in Barron and Chippewa counties for a
consideration of $80,000.
Speaking of the patchwork of the side
walks of Union Square, Assistant- Street
Commissioner Downs said this morning
that the walks were so worn out and
rotten that it had been deemed best to re
pair them as well as could be done tem
pqrarily, and that in the spring it was
hoped to have tiling put down all the
way about the square.
The application of Ferdinand De Gean
for a guardian, on the charte of abuse
inflicted upon him by bis parents, Joseph
and Pauline DcGean, came up in the
county court this afternoon. Mr. E. D.
Sweeney appearing for the parents. The
evidence showed the family to be a quar
relsome one, to say the least, and Judge
Adams did not regard the facts presented
as sufficient to warrant the appointment
of a guardian.
The C , B. & Q had the most unpleas
ant tusel with the snow yesterday of any
of the roads coming into Rock Island,
the chief obstacle being an immense and
almost immovable drift south of Bush
nell. Passenger traiu N.. 4. due at 8:50
-ist night, did not arrive until i o'clock
this morning, when Conductor Barber
brought il in with a double header. No.
3 came iu this morning with a double
h;ader. Conductor Sullivan being in
ch irge, and No. 2 went south equipped
in t to same manner, Conductor Pollard
Wednesday, Eve.. Jan. 9
Standard Theatre Co
Will present Austin Daly's Drama of City Life,
t'sln? all Spectsl Scenery and the following
Stevo Kirhardi-on. Klia Richard-on,
Bnrrav Htrvev, David J. Ramsge,
John V Bsrry. It B. Wil. y,
Sinn- y Oliver. Dora Lombard,
Thomas 1 . Keogh, .TenKie crisp,
Beautiful Wardrobe. Change of
'dmisMon only in. 20 anil SO ren's. Reserved
H. atf f..r stiie at the timal place without ex: ra
C. A. Steel. - - Manager.
OKE SIGHT ONLY.
Monday, Jan. 14 1889
Sptciul Eu?SKemcLt of the Original
Ilradcd hy SXOW and KXSKLL the Popular
Comedian. Carrie 1 amont ac the Bad Boy
Boy, with ppecialtiea, Kitty SegrelU,
New Music. Everything New.
The Funniest Show on the Road
Three Hours of Fun I
Carry onr own Scenery. Don't miss this or you
win rrgrt it tnder tne managemeut of Mat
Admission oil ani 75 erg; Reserved seat
on sale at ciemann -aiimann s.
and a full line of
Coder Rock Island Douse.
WE OFFER FOR SALE
Important Points are:
lit. I ntcreat la 7 per cent net to Lender.
Bd. We collect tntereM without charge.
Sd. Loan offered are complete and Inre.tor
geu his paper, at once.
4th. we examine the records annually for de
linquent w ea on lanae covered by oar mortgage.
6th. Our agent Inspect each farm before we
maae a man ou 11.
8th. We make a specialty of Farm Loan.
Tth. No paint or expense spared by as to make
our baslnea a safe for our client, a experience,
good faith and skill can make it
8th. Investor can be supplied with loan for
mu ma upwards.
Call or write for circular.
Rooms 80, 81, 82 Masonic Temple,
or one-fourth off
In order to clean up their cloak department quickly make a big,
wide and deep cut for this week.
25 PEE CENT
or onefourth will be deducted from the price of all cloaks,
PLUSH 8ACQUE3 EXCEPTED, Newmarkets Plush Jackets,
Plush Modjeskas. Short Wraps, misses' and children's garments
all go at one-fourth off.
Newmarkets were f 18.50 now $18 88
Newmarkets " 12.75 now .9 57
Newmarkets ' 8.00 ripw - r6.00
Newmarkets " 4.00 now 00 ...
Newmarkets " 8.00 How 2 85 ;-
Plush Jackets " 17.60 now 18 18
Plush Jackets " 13.95 now 1048
Plush Modieskas " 34.00 now 18 00
Plush Modjeskas " 20.00 now IS 00
Children's Cloaks " 8.00 now 4 00
Children's Cloaks ' 5.00 now 8 00
Children's Cloaks " 8.00 now 2 20
Children's Cloaks ' 2.50 now 1.88
And so on through the line. An early call will secure best
bargains. The winter is all before us and this is a grand op
portunity to purchase cloaks at below zero prices. Close even
ings at 8 p. m.
Hock Island, Illinois.
J. B ZIMMER,
No. 1S10 Second avenue, ia receiving dally hia stock of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
of the latest patterns. Call and examine them and remem
ber that he makes his suits up in the latest styles.
TTIS imiCTSS A"R"R LOW.
New Eim Street Grocery
DANQUARD & BROWNER
FLOUR AND FEED
Family Groceries and Provisions,
They solicit a share of the trade and will make prices as low
as the lowest. Telephone connections.
GIVE THE NEW
P. O. HOPPE,
No. 1808 Second Ave.,
West Side Market Square,
Has the larges Dining Room in the tricities seating cap icity 250 persons.
25 cents buys a good wholesome meal
25 cents pays for a nights' lodging in clean beds.
City Boarders at reasonable rates.
P. S. All must come sober. C. D. GORDON. Proprietor.
H. D. FOLSOM,
No. 1707 Second avenue, Rock Island.
GEO. SAVADGE, Proprietor.
he -TTtoij" has lately aeea traaaforaied
tlenils Chicago and tarpaMlnf anything la the three cities. A number of If echaaleal Faas
keep the establishment cool daring the sot wia'-aer. rhe Liquid Refreshments
dlspcuaed at this establishment Is tn keeping with tla grand ImprovrmeaC
Am elegant lunch served every morning. AD kds of 8adwtcbes
served o short aotlM,
Pure KeflMy Bourbon $1.75 per Gallon
KOHN & ADLER'S,
POST OFFICE BLOCK. :
"Send for Price List. P. O. Box 82.
sv a v va MVit SaJUin J. jUKWU aJU CJWs1"
ach diseases. These celebrated p Us are fast lax-
sWaa ft Misa tJt T lwa n VImJ
tuf uv. u oi u. moie expensive remedies I or
kidney and over complaint, and are far saperioc,
mors eerily taken, and in (act are the best tiling
ever introduced for all disease of the kidneys
and liver, sick headache, pain is the back and
side, hranbam. gnawlns; and barninc pain, at the
pit of the stomach, yellow skin, coated tongue,
coming up of iaa food after eating, ianainjaaaion
of the kidnejs. gravel, ete and as a family pill
they have no equal, and ahoaid be kept la cvair
Directions t For slek headache, two or three at
bedtime; for dyspepsia, one every day before
dinner; for disorder ot the Sidney, two, two or
three timee a week entil relieved; for disorders
of the liver, and hlllnnsneas. three or four aa re
tailed. GIVE THEM ATRIAL.
NONE EQUAL TEEM
The prcprietor will forward rhem to any sob ess
by mail, set receipt price. -
25 Cts a Bottle.
T. H. THOMAS,
FIRM A TRIAL.
Opp. Harper House.
lata a Palace eaaaUar la aver kimk tk. iu.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Cores Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Croup
Whooping Cough, Spitting of
Blood and 'ail Diseases
of the Longs,
Om trial alt that Is aeearaarf ta esiuttatai
yon that It lathe best Cough Kr- . m
Bx MQ1 i7.vCrockerv'
sa wmwmmj . v: .sr
Prim 10, to an7& jSs.
Call for cuvaltr
H. B. Above vi
eeelptof the price