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THE HOOK ISLAND AltGUS; SAT U 11 DAY, JANUARY 12, 1 889.
An elegant Una of
Silk and Liotn
Silk. Piusb and
of Ml the
Collars and Cuffs.
t7Call and see them. They muBt
must be seen to be appreciated.
1804 Second Ave. Rock Island
White Bnd Fane?
NO IE PRICE9.
American Bible Societies Bibles at
Oxford Bitilf t coat.
lUvstrr Bible at cost.
Window Shades at cost.
Wall Papers very cheap.
Albums of City of Rock Island 50c
22x28 Engravings 47c.
at cost. A job lot of
at your own prices.
KINGSBURY & SON,
175 Second Avenue.
We are the Western agents for the stove manufactuies
of Taplin, Riok & Co., and carry the largest wtock of
stoves west of Chicago. In baying of us you virtually
buy of the manufacturers and at lower prices than any
retail dealer can afford to make. It will pay you to see
us before you buy anything In the shape of a stove.
WILMRD BAKER & CO.
NO. 1708 SECOND AVENUE.
We carry the largest and beat assorted stock of
in this vioinity, and at all times and make lowest prices.
Tinware, Copper Wash
"Woodenware, 3S"ick ISTacks.
For assortment, quality and prices it always pays
to trade at
Fine line of
in different styles.
aersey & Cloth
All the latest styles
of all kinds and
dollar & Cuff
of hII kinds.
The Best Inkstand
IN TnE WORLD.
The air is not admitted into the Ink
Fountain, hence ink is preserved in its
original parity uo evaporation of ink
the pen gutsre dip cup enables the writer
to regulate with aecuracy the quantity of
Ink to he taken on tue pen.
Call and examine or send for circular
KINGSBURY & SON.
1705 Second Avenue.
Harper House, Rock Island.
THE CASUALTY RECORD.
Latest Theory of the Tragedy Near
Wm. Fordiam'a Dratn. May Have
Bern Accidental Poll Particulars
or the Bowline Shooting Affair
An Accident In Korlt Inland.
Yesterday's Argus contained the com
plete and correct details of the mysterious
death while rabbit hunting Wednesday
afternoon, of Wm. Fordham, of Illinois
City. Wbi'e later developments do not
remove the mystery connected with the
young man's death ia the woods, the
theory as to the direct cause of death is
somewhat changed, and those who were
first inclined to believe the uufortunate
fellow had been the victim of foul play,
are more apt to sustain the belief now,
that his death was purely accidental
Mr. Wm..Myers. of Illinois City, was in
the city this morning and from him an
Argus reporter obtained the generally
accepted version of the, case at present,
As related in yesterday's A Rous, Ford
ham had ben hunting rabbits alone, bar-
ing for a firearm a gun which had seen
considerable usage. When;. found there
was a deep, ghastly looking wound in the
centre of bis forehead from which the
blood was flowing copiously. The gun
was gone and there was nothing to show
what had d flic ted the injury. But closer
investigation revealed foot prints in the
snow lead ng from a place some distance
away. These foot marks first led to a
tree where the young man had evidently
stopped and leaced his weight against
the trunk; then there were foot marks
and a bloody trail to the spot where he
was found. In his pocket wa9 found
the breach ; in of the gun, the end of
which was covered with blood, while the
indentation in the forehead was just such
a the pin would make. Now the belief
of Mr. Myers is, that Fordham attempt
ed to fire bis gun; it bursted and the
breach pii was driven into his forehead;
that he tl en walked to the tree, leaned
agninst it and pulled the pin out, putting
it in bis pocket; that be then started for
home, but the blood began to flow and
that exhausted be fell and died. How
ever the ;un is yet missing and this o'
course l;avea the question hs the
cause of death open to doubt. No in
quest baa been held.
An 'Attous representative today ob
tained tl e correct facta in regard to the
shooting accident in Bowling township,
to which allusion was made in last night's
paper, Mr. Wm Clarke, father of the
vxtim of the accident, furnishing the de
tails, being himself in the city. The full
name o: the man shot was Robert A.
Clarke, of Shelby county, Iowa, and he
was hon e on a visit to his pure nts. Yes
terday morning while accompanying
the little children to their school, be saw
a rabbit in the rotd. Returning
and while attempting to scare the
rabbit cut of the brush, and shoot.
I too, he slipped and recniyed the dis
charge of the gun in his left groin. lie
J was conveyed to his father's home, where
Dr. Sylcr, of Preemption, is attending
him, and does not nrprehend serious
consequences. Mr. Clarke is thiriv two
years of age.
Chas. Ullmeycr, a clerk in Erail Koeh
ler's drag store on Third avenue and
Eleventh street, met with an unfortunate
accident yesterday afternoon while pre
paring to lower a barrel of gasoline from
the sidewalk to the cellar. The barrel
slipped unexpectedly and crushed him
betweer the sides of the oellarway, and
the crashing noise brought Mr. Koehler.
who, seeing that the young man was
badly hart, had him carried to a couch in
the rear cf bis store, while a telephone
message to Bengston's drug store brought
the bo3's brother, Wm. Ullmeyer, and
Dr. S. C Plummer, Jr. An investiga
tion shr wed a compound fracture of the
right h g below the knee, and it was
properly attended to. The young man
was talen to the home of his father, 910
Eleven h street, and today he is reported
as doin ; as nicely as could be expected.
The X(w i team boat Company.
Ceybas Gregg, first clerk of the Gem
City, wao is spending the winter in War
saw, II ., has just returned home from St.
Paul, v-here he has been in conference
with the members of the St. Louis and
St. Pai.l Packet company. He savs that
the new St. Paul syndicate took charge
of the property on the 10th day of this
month He did not know what improve
moots they intended to make, but was
satisfied that they would push the busU
ness f( r all there was in it. Of course it
depends altogether on the stage of water
in the river next season. It is also ex
pected that among the first duties per
foimed by the new company will be the
appointing of officers for the boats, and
agent at the different landings. The
probabilities are that there will be few, if
any, changes made in tho old employes.
The company in its cooperation with the
Diamond Jo has enjoyed a prosperous
season one of the best known in years
and a large increase in business for the
comirg year is predicted.
Ellen Dawson to G. F. & F. W. Sut
cliffe. lot 6, block 2, Chicago addition,
Rock Island, $550.
Jar... 10. Moline Water Power Co. to
A Williams and M H White, lot 4, block
13, Pitts, Gilbert & Pitts' second addition
to Moline, $500.
11. Anna 8 Peterson to Christine
Olsor , pt lot 5. block 9, Spencer & Case's
addition to Rock Island, $1.
Next week we shall put on sale 100
pair of Saranace. White Cloud and Wal
nut Hill blankets every blanket war
ranted. We bought these goods very
cheap on account of the backward winter
and will sell them at astonuming low
prices. That is, we shall give our custo
mers the benefit of the low prices at
which they were bought. The weekly
paycient plan will enable all to get these
gOOCS. 1HE A0AHS,
822 Brad j street, Davenport.
It's strange, but true, that there are
almtit as many real Indians la riew lore
atau as in Minnesota, in an mere are
just about 0.000 red men in tk Empire
NEW LAWS SUGGESTED.
Home Gxprm.loB of Opinion From
It orb Island County---change In
The Chicago Daily Neurol today de
votes several pages to interviews made by
its correspondents all over the state, as to
what new laws should properly come be
fore the present session of the legisla
ture. . The Nev$ representative in Rock
Island county writes:
There is much speculation here as to
what new laws or amendments to exist-,
ing statutory provisions may present
themselves for enactment at the coming
session of the legislature. The Morning
JSeu correspondent has obtained some
expression of opinion on those changes
E. W. Hurst, Esq., member-elect of
the bouse from the twenty-first district,
said: ' I have in mind several measures
which I shall endeavor to have favorably
considered by the legislature this winter,
the most important of which, in my
opinion, is an election law modeled some
what after the law enacted by the last
Massachusetts legislature, and which in a
large degree removes the possibility of
bribery at elections and cripples the
power of poliucal machines. I think
that the corrupt use of money by both of
the leading parties in the late election
must convince every one that ballot re
form is a necessity if our system ot popu
lar government is to be maintained."
"The law as to probate and law terms
of the county court should be amended
and changed," said Judge Ira O Wilkin
son. "The present statute provides that
the probate terms of the county court
shall be held in each month, and tl.e law
terms of the same court shall be held in
certain months designated and ranging
from two to five terms a yefJfcFand speci
fying in some over one hundred sections
of the statute as to the times the law
terms shall be held. Now, it is Ire
quently a matter of much doubt with
judges and lawyers as to the proper dis
ir.bution of this business, or some of it,
as between the probate and the law terms;
in other words, to what is law anl what
is probate business within the meaning of
the statute. It is a very general opinion
among lawyers that there is a substantial
reason for the distinction, and that these
100 sections might well be stricken out,
and a single section substituted providing
that terms of the county court shall be
held on the first Monday of every month
for the hearing and disposing of every
kind of cause that might legally be
brought before it, whether probate, law,
insanity, condemnation cass, or what
ever the action might be. By this
change the county court might be made
a very substantial aid to the circuit
courts, which are constantly running be
hind in their busintss."
Another prominent member of the bar,
who prefers not to give his name in this
connection, suggested a change in the
laws relating to the master in chancery.
He had given the matter much consider
ation, and these alterations be thought
were exceedingly desirable to the existing
law: To make the term of office from
two years to four years; the appointee to
be a qualified attorney; to allow the aps
pomtment of a special master in chin
eery in all suits where all the parties to
the suits agree to the appointment; the
guardian or next friend of a minor may
agree for the minor, but the specitl
master to the subject to removal by the
court for cause satisfactory to the court.
The stirring labor drama "The Long
Strike," was presented at Harper's theatre
last night by the Standard Dramatic
company, to a large and well pleased
audience. This afternoon the five
ar.t comedy-drama, "Cast Adrifj," was
given for the matinee, and tonight the
troupe closes its engagement with. Bart
ley Campbell's five act drama "Fate, or
Woman Against Woman," said to be the
master piece in the company's repertoire.
Monday evening that roaring farce
comedy "The Bad Boy," with the original
company will be at the opera house.
The bill promise new songs, new music,
new specialties and a first class evening
of hilarious enjoyment. On Saturday
evening last this company was at Springs
field, and the Stale Register has this
to say of the company and play:
The play, as the programme an
nounced, ia "for laughing only." ami it
fills these purposes to a "dot." It makes
people laugh and will continue to make
them laugh, as long as it holds a place on
the stage. It is well presented by this
company. the opening scene, which
shows the interior of a grocery, with
boxes, barrels, beams and all those things
which are displayed in a house of that
kind, is a capital one, and great care has
been taken by the management to prop
erly put the piece on the stage. In the
third act some fine specialties are intro
duced Ross Snow, in his Irish imita
tions; Matt Ku8 l. in his burlesque song
and dance; Miss Ethel Harvey, the queen
of the banjo, with song and dance; Miss
Carrie LaMont, in late popular songs, and
Mr. Will Harvey, in his celebrated special
The Supervisors' Organization.
In point of attendance the second an
nual convention of the Illinois supervis
sors at Decatur was a failure, there being
but twel e of the 102 counties represent
ed by twenty-eight delegates. The chief
topics considered, in addition to those
published the other day, were measures
to prevent the spread and secure the ex
tirpation of the ox-eyed daisy, a noxious
weed; the sole eare of the incurable in
sane pauper cases by the state, counties
to make monthly payments to meet the
expenses; and provision for the election
of supervisors to hold office three years.
These propositions were embodied in
an address for presentation to the legis
lature by the special committee W. J.
Balbridge, of McLean; W. O. Jencks, of
Macoupin; J. W. Yantis, of Shelby; Jo
seph Burger, of Ford, and J. a. Dailey,
of Rock Island. The convention ad
jouroed to meet in Bloomington on the
second xuesaayin January. 1890.
A Peculiarly Unfortunate Case.
Mr. Edward C Pursel, of the dry goods
firm of Harned, Pursel & Van Maur, of
Davenport, is in a very critical condition
from a wound inflicted the day before
Christmas. He was cutting a piece of
pasteboard, which overlaid a thin piece of
pine, with a sharp knife. The point of
the knife lodged in the pine, and Mr.
Pursel gave it a qvick, strengthful jerk
which not only drew out the knife, but
turned its point with such force that it
was thrust deep into tbe right groin. The
weund was not considered dangerous at
first, but inflammation set in, and entire
ly closed it, stopping suppuration. A.
council of physicians has been held, says
the Danocrat-Qatetis. The conclusion
was that amputation must be resorted to
to save life and then the chanee for re
covery will be very narrow, because of
the shock if not of blood poisoning.
THE LIQUOR LICENSE.
The Kortt Island City Council Ex
presers Itself I'pon the Question
The Proposition for Increase Ta
bled. The Rock Island city council got a
good, square and fair lick at the question
of a $1,000 saloon license last night and
it made it count. There were thirteen of
tbe aldermen resent, and their action
not only shows the complexion of tbe
council as a whole on this subject, but it
disposes permanently of tbe issue, so far
as Aid. Hampton's method of getting at
it is concerned.
The matter was brought up by Aid.
Hampton, and upon his motion to take
the resolution offered by bim at a previ
ous meeting to take steps to get the issue
of a $1,000 license before the people at
the next municipal election, from the ta
ble, the vote stood:
Ayes Schafer, Hampton, Williamson
Noes Howard, Gray, Negus. Winter,
111, Schnell. Evans, Edwards, McCono
chle, Scott ID.
As said above, this disposes of Aid.
Hampton's proposition for all time; it is
tabled for good.
Death of Hon. T. H. Caheen.
Hon. T. B. Cabeen, of Eeithsburg,
died on Wednesday morning last of
Brigbt's disease of the kidneys, aged 74
years. He was cue of Mercir county's
best known and most highly respected
citizens, a man of strict integrity and
sterling honesty. He went to Mercer
county in 1836, having been born in Mus
kingum county, Ohio. Mr. Cabeen was
the first circuit clerk of Mercer county,
after the office became elective under the
state constitution of 1848, and was re
sleeted for another four years at the ex
piration of his first term. He represented
Mercer and Henderson counties in the
state legislature of 1862. Mr. Cabeen
had resided in Keitbsburg forty-three
years, and was identified with her growth
and prosperity perhaps more than any
other man. His death will be keenly felt
and sincerely mourned there. Deceased
leaves a wife and two children to mourn
his loss Mr. W. S. Cabeen and Mrs. T.
A. Marshall. Tbe funenl took place
Thursday afternoon and was in charge of
the Masonic lodge of Eeithsburg.
Teams are again crossing on the ice
bridge between Port Byron and LeClaire.
Rev. R. F. Sweet, rector of Trinity
church, leaves Monday for California to
be away a month.
The balance of the fur goods will be
sold below cost to cloje out at assignee
sale tf Robinson & Taliaferro's.
Hon. W. F. Crawford arrived from
Springfield this morning and went out to
EJgington to spend Sunday with bio
Do not miss supplying your wants
Goods must be sold; everything going
without regard to cost at assinee sale of
Robinson & Taliaferro's.
This is pay day at the Coal Valley
Mining Co's mines at Cable, and Pay
master Hnrrison took out a bag full of
gold dust to distribute among the men
Ben Tnor lenburg, for some time bell
boy at the Rock Island house, has gone
to Savanna to take a place as trin bov
on the C, B. & N. road between that
point and St. Paul.
Why is it that amusement seekers
across the river can enjoy the presenta
tion of plays of excellence, while at the
Burtis we are treated, almost invariably
treated, to the rubbish whjch stage man
ager's in tbe east would faint at the mere
mention? Davenport Timet.
There is a marked difference between
the promptness with which State's At
torney O'Mara gets his indictments drawn
and before the court after the adjourn
ment of the grand jury, and the dilly dally,
pokey, time killing methods of his pre
In the circuit court today Wm. Swal
low plead guilty to assault and was fined
$50 and costs, which was paid. Wm.
Runge plead guilty to selling liquor to
minors on two counts, and was fined $20
and costs on each, which be paid. The
jurors summoned to report on thj 2Sih
are ordered to report on the 21st.
Pastor Lcland, of the First Baptist
church, exchanges pulpits tomorrow
morning with Pastor Wilkins, of Daven
port. Services are to be held every niht
in this church for several weeks. Rev.
Wilkins will preach every evening and the
pastor will conduct the chorus choir, also
singing gospel solos. A general invita
tion is given to these meetings.
Wanted Seventy five young men at
the Y. M. C. A. rooms tomorrow after
noon at 2:30, at the young men's meet
ing. There will be a short talk on an
important subject, and good singing. A.
D. Sperry will have charge of the pro
ceedings and an opportunity for ques
tions and answers will be given.
Representative Hurst arrived from
Springfield this morning ta remain until
Monday, when Gov. Flfer'a inaugura
tion occurs. He say it is too early in
the session to say anything about meas
ures likely to come op, but he predicts a
lengthy and Important session. Mrs.
Hurst will not go to Springfield for sev
eral weeks yet.
Tbe Murrin-South abduction, boister
ous conduct and abusive language cases
were dismissed by Magistrate Bennett
this morning at complaining witness'
costs. Charges were then entered before
Justice Hawes by James Murrin against
Mrs. Barbara South, charging her with
carrying concealed weapons and boister
ous conduct. City Attorney McEniry
appeared for the plaintiff and Maj.
Beardsley for the defense and a continu
ance was taken until next Saturday
Jay Gould's wonderful new yacht will,
it is said, be most completely and elegant
ly furnished. Among other useful and
Indispensable things ordered for it was a
box of Dr. Bull s Cough Syrup.
A watch lost by an Ohio farmer two
years ago was found in the throat of one
of his cows which had choked to death
the other morning. She bad found it
in a straw stack.
The most remarkable cures of scrofula
on record have been accomplished by
JiUST HAVE CASH.
The sjoldcn Eagle Xeeas Cah 20-
OOO.OOO The Modrst Sun It Wants.
The edict has gone forth. Overcoats
must go, followed by mens suits, boys'
suits, boys overcoats and every other line.
No ordinary condition confronts them.
Huge stacks of overcoats bought right,
marked low, remain on the tables, held
back by tbe most remarkale weather
ever experienced in Illinois. The Gol
den Eagle's determination to sell takes
shape in the most daring, profit forget
ting, cost disregarding sale ever attempts
ed. Do you grasp the idea? Its money
the're after, and in order to get it have
decided to close out their stock of heavy
goods at prices which are far below other
merchants cost. In fact you can buy
strictly heavy goods at very near your
own price. Are 'you in on this clothing
dislri buting money getting sale.
Red Men's Joint Installation.
O Sau-Kee Tribe, No. 15, and Missis
sippi Tribe, No. 88, installed their offi
cers jointly last night at their wigwam at
Sachem R E Meyer.
Senior Sagamore John Faust.
Junior Sagamore S P Johnson.
K ot W-Chas Oberg.
C of R D LaftV r.
Prophet C E Illingsworth.
MISSISSIPPI TRIBE .
Sachem C E Johnson.
Senior 8ftgamore I C Peck.
Junior Sagamore Chas Bergren.
K of W Thos Smith.
O of R J F Carney.
Prot)het Q T Illingsworth.
R E Meyer, deputy great sachem, offi
To Electtle Ujht Containers and
Rock Island. Ill , January 10, 1889
In order to'equaliE rates in the three
cities after Febiuary 1, 1889. the prices of
electric licbts will he as follows:
Current for 18 C. P. lamp until T p. m.. 60c j er ma
" " " " 10 70c "
" ' IS " S5c
" " all night. $1.10 "
5 ' " 1(4 times these rates.
" St " " t " " "
5J " S "
A discount of 10 cents on each 16 C.
P. lamp (larger sizes in proportion) will
be. allowed if bills are paid at our office
before the 10th of each month
Breakage will be charged monthly for
actual number of hours used, as per
schedule of lighting hours.
If lamps are allowed to burn later than
time specified an extra charge will be
Tbe above prices will be found to equal
gas at less than $ 1 tier M.
Merchants' Electric Light Co,
Saturday Eve., Jan. 12.
Standard Theatre Co
Will be presented
tTstni all Special Scenery and the following
Steve Richardson. Ella Rirhrd-on,
Brrav Hrvev, David J. Hmag,
John V. Birry. R B. Wiley,
Sirin- y Oliver. Pora Lombard,
Thoma J . Keogh. Jeie Crisp,
Beautiful Wardrobe. Change of
Admission only 10, 20 nnd 30 cen'n. Reserved
rrau for bale at the umal place without extra
C. A. Stekl,
OSE NIGHT ONLY.
Monday, Jan. 14. 1889
Special Engagement of the Original '
Headed by SXOW and KTSKLL the Popular
Comedians, Carrie I amont ae the Bad Boy '
Boy, with specialties. Kitty Negrells,
New Music. Everything New.
The Funniest Show on the Road
Three Hours of Fun I
Carry our own Scenery. Don't miss thfs
will r.'gru it Under tbe management of Mat
Admission 85, 50 and 73 cts; Reserved seats
on saie i Niemann & ?aizmann s.
fj BLAffi BOOKS
and a fall line of
. 3? rice
C. C. Taylor
TTader Rock Island Bouse.
WE OFFER FOR SALE
Important Points are:
1st. Interest is T per cent act to Loader.
Bd. We collect Interest without charge.
Sd. Loans offered are oomplsle and Investor
nets bis papers at once.
4th. We examine the records annually for de
linquent it'MN lands covered oj our mortgages.
5io. Oar agent Inspects each farm before we
make a loan on it.
6th. We make a specialty of Farm Loan.
Tth. No pains or expense spared by as to make
oar business as tare tor our clients as experience,
good faixh and skill can make It
ath. Investors can be supplied with loans for
xuv ana upwards.
Call or write for circular.
H. U. HENLEY, Attorney,
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.
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 garment! -all
go at one-fourth off.
Newmarkets were $18.50 now f IS 88
Newmarkets " ;.. 12.75 now 9 5T
Newmarkets ' 8.00 now 6.00
Newmarkets 4.00 now 8 00
Newmarkets " 8.00 now . 8 25
Plush Jackets " 17.60 now 18 IS
Plush Jackets " ' 18.95 now 10 48
Plush Modisskss 24.00 now 18 00
Plush Modjeskas " 20.00 now IS 00
Children's Cloaks " 6.00 now 4 00
Children's Cloaks " 5.00 now 8.00
Children's Cloaks " 8.00 now 8.25
Children's Cloaks " 8.50 now 1.88
And so on through the line. An early call will secure best
bsrgains. The winter is all before us and this ia a grand op
portunity to purchase cloaks at below zero prices. Close eyen
ings at 6 p. m.
Hock: Island. Illinois.
J. B ZIMMER,
No. 1810 Second avenne, is receiving dally his stock of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
of the latest patterns. Call and examine them and remem
ber that he mates his suita up in the latest styles.
HIS PRICES ARE LOW.
COAL-ED K ACTS.
We are possibly overstocked with
and have decided to hold prices down to the Lowest
Summer schedu e. In doing so we do not realize actual
cost to-day. We have the Bright, Clean Scrantonr
White Ash and the Purest LEHIGH Mined in Amer
ica. Go to our Yards, Fourth and Front streets, Daven
port, Ia., and see the Handsomest Coal in the market.
J. S. WYLIE,
Telephone, Xo. 1. Masonic Temple, No. 1.
New Elm Street GrQCery
DANQUARD & BROWNER
FLOUR AM) 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 FIRM A TRIAL.
West Side Market Square,
Has the larges Dining Room in the tri-cities seating capacity 250 persons.
25 rents buys a good wholesome meal
25 cents pajs for a nights' lodging in clean beds.
Citj Boarders at reasonable rates.
P. S. All must come sober. c. D. GORDON. Proprietor.
H. D. FOLSOM,
Pare KenMy Bonrlion $1.75 per Gallon
POST OFFICE BLOCK.
3"Send for Price List. P. O. Box 82.
Kiflney anfl Liver Pills
SV OiM MM nf Mm. RJIm. VM-. A "
ach diseases. These ceU bnteJ d Us an tut tak.
ids- lea place or Uta mora expensive resnedtea for
kidney and liver complaints, and are far scpertoe,
snore eerily takea, and tn I set are tbe beat tnlng
ever introdaced for all diseases of taa kidneys
and liver, rick headache, pain la the hack ana
side, hoanlmm. ruswior and bnjrnin pains at tha
pilot wo aiomaea. yellow skin, coated tongue,
comiEs: ap of taa food af ler eailnE.
ef taekidaava. sTveL, etc. aad aa a fasally pill
wey aave noaqaat, anaanosua oe sept ia evsuy
liirectssoat Iteatt headache, tarn a three aS
bedttBo; for dyspepsia, one every day before
dinner: for disorder ot tbe sidnrya, two, two or
three time a week astll relieved : for dhnrdera
of the liver, and Mllnnsnana tnraaerfosw aa
GIVE THEM A TRIAL.
NONE EQUAL THEM
Tlut proprietor wm forward tbsm to ear aliftaej
by asaUtOa receipt of ncica.
25 Cts a Bottle.
ROCK ISLAND, ILLS.
Second avenue, Rock Island.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Cures Coughs, Cold 6, Hoarseness, Croup
Whooping Cough, Spitting of
Blood and all Diseases
of the Lungs.
One trial is a l that Is necessary to convince
you that it is tbe best Coagli Kemedy made, so
next time yoa have a tough or cold, call and get
Price 10. 25 and 50 cents.
Call tor circular containing testimonials.
T. H. Thomas.
N. B . Above goods shipped to any address oa
re atlpt ot tho price.