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THE&BOCK ISTiAND AKGUS. SATUHDAY, JANUARY 19, 189
WHEN YOTJ NEEDA
No. 1 Shirt,
t Eete StflCk!;
NO IE PRICE.
American Kittle Societiis Bililos nt
'xforrt Bi'itcs at cot.
Riir'-r BiMc at roat.
Window Shades Ht cost.
Ws'.l PaTS vtry Cllfp
Albums of Ciiv of Rock Island !tV.
22x28 Ecgravings 47c.
Ht cost. A job lot rf
at your own prices.
KINGSBURY A SON,
171 '3 Second Avenue.
rot m i i r m
5gJ"Call and examine our Goods and prices.
KANN & FLEMMING,
No. 1 811 Second Avenue,
Between Eighteenth and Nineteenth StretB,
(KELKU3IRAHS Building) llOCK. ISLAND, ILL.
IT V V ifcOl ;u?
We have the largesMtock io the city, and are bound to fiell, and prices are
going to make it fro.
WPalntlntf, GrainlDft and Paper Hanging done on short Dotice. All work
rnteed. Don't fail to note the place.
1401 Second Avenue.
LE WE YOUR
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ami Ret'a first-class
Muslin 2100 Linen Bosom
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i original purity no evaporation of ink
: the p n cun't- iip cup i-naMcs the writer
; to resiul-ite viitU ui curacy tbe quantity of
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; and prices.
' KINGSBURY & SON.
! 1705 Second Avenue.
and Di-nleis in-
at a BARGAIN
CROSSING THE CONTINENT
Rock Islanders Journeying to the
(raphiei Dent rlption of Bights and
Incidents --- Kebraaka Weather
McrnrR In Cclrado-ArriTal la Han
8 pcUl Correspond nc of ths Arfaa:
Colorado Spkings. Jd. 4 There is
much lood for thought in the growth of
the west since 1 crossed the plains in
1852 thirty six yenrs ago. At that time
there were no bite people but Mormons
and a regiment of soldiers at Fori Lara
mie, west of the Missouri river. Tbe
nomadic Indian roamed the plains in ali
his glory: buffulo, antelope, deer, prairie
dogs and the jack rabbit covered them
for the wild monarch's benefit. Now all
is changed; the buffalo, tbe deer, the an
telope, the em grant wagon of the gold
seeker and the Mormons are of the past.
The railroad has surpassed tbe wagon
train, modern civilization has covered the
plains with an enterprising, industrious
and prosperous people; the buffalo, the
deer and the antelope have given way for
the cattle, the nheep and tbe hogs of ag
ricultural and domestic life. Cities with
their bum of enterprise, village spires,
heaps of husked, yellow, golden corn
piled up on the bare ground by the road
sido are tolerably correct indices ot
the kind of society morally and physic
ally that has supplanted the red man
and made thei e great plains an almost
continuous settlement. The changes
from 18 2 is, indeed, truly wonderful.
We have had delightful weather since
leHVinsj Chicago. The first of January,
1S89, was like a summer day in Nebras
ka. We rode nearly. all day with the
doors and windows of the cr wide oen;
we had a spit mi id view of the eclipse,
and of a glorious sunset, arriviug in Den
virin beautifi 1 panorama sround us on
In tbe last d cade this wonderful city
has Kfown and multiplied many limes in
wealth and population; lytn. as it were,
in the very lap of the mountains facing
the east, basking in the first rays of the
early ruorninaS t.un. It is indeed, a phe
nomenal city of fine houses, great wealth
and indomitable enterprise. Colorado,
with itn vast ndneral weal'b, its springs,
its flocks anri herds, and agricultural
products is prospering beyond the most
sanguine expectations of its enthusiastic
aud enterprisir g inhabitants, and Den
ver, the capitol, aud its great receiving
and distributing center will always be its
At about 9 p. m. the next day I met
Mr. E. M. Lowrey, brother of tbe blind
man's namesake of the Iltrper, h pleas-
ait gentleman of fine presence, genial
and sff-ihle to a d;'giee, but with a very
correct idea of the proper management of
eener.il busings affuirs and the future
possibilities of Denver. He is a success
ful renl estate broaer, has a tine list of
properties, will sonn he wealthy, and will
be held in grateful remembrance for his
special Httenti his and kindness in driving
your humbie t-ervnnt about this city ot
wonderful attractions. From the top of
the court house "distance lends enchant
ment to the view" of the front range of
the Rockies and their snow clad p ak.
while the gem city and its surroundings
art spread out in panoramic view.
My daughter and I were loth to leave
this churming. elegant, attractive and
t)eitiiiiful city for winch which we predict
a brilliant ant prosperous futureT Five
tiours ritle ale nt! the base ot the Rockies,
seventy-rive miles south of Dt-nver
through irri'-ated dales and valleys
brought us to hat lovely nitd famous place j
of resoit for the invalid, almost ht the
base of Pike's Peak Colorado Serines !
The day bein' warm and pleasant, we
took a carriage for Colorado City, Mani
tou. Pike's Pt-ak au I the "Garden of the
Gods." When we arrived at the Garden
e found it v -ry ir-e. but. "the' Gods"
were out. Like chill'r's Gods ot Greece,
they were "Heim K'-krhri." Grand old
Pike's Peak towers biiiii and lofty above
all the oilier big and little peaks until bis
snow-cauped summit reaches heavenward
14 174 feet above the level of tbe sea
The Rainbow Falls, Ute Pass, the Grand
Cavt rns, and the garden above men
tioned, are of (he sublime in this grand
scenic liie. We were late g-.-tting back
to Colorado Springs; the nieht air was
vt ry cold, aud we were chilled through
when we arrived. Hut if you couid have
seen us behin I the knite and fork after
our mountain ride, yon would have found
us doing ample justice to the delicious
and savory vi tnda of the spread at "The
Antlers" Alter supper I vanquished
the champion checker player of the hotel
in five successive games, gaming for my
self a noto-iety which enanled me to
smoke a twenty- five cent cigar before
retiring to the arms of Morpheus. Au
In a foot note to the above letter the
correspondent, who has assumed such a
very unappropriate uon de plume, notes
the arrival of himself and fair companion
at San Francisco under tlate of Jau. 13,
and, "we leave Frisco for San Jose, to
There is eeieral sorrow in this county
over the serious illness of Judge John C.
Bagby. He is suffering dreadfully, and
almost without hope (we are assured)
from kidney and bladder trouble. A
pure and upright jurist, blameworthy
alone for a gentleness of heart that
makes him pi'.iful towards criminals from
whose misdeeds he revolts, he has wen
tbe sincere regard of all just men. To
know Judge Bagby is to trust and honor
him. We truat there may yet be a favor
able turn to t is disease and be may long
tie spared to 'wife, family and Friends.
Judge Bag'iy lives at Rushville, Schuy
ler county, and is well known to the bar
of Rock Island county, having presided
at court one Hession in place of one of the
Joseph M trpby and bis "Kerry Gow"
company will be tbe next attraction at
Harper's theatre next Thursday night
being the date.
Tbe; funny comedy, "The Postage
Stamp," at tbe Turnet Grand opera house
acress the river tomorrow night.
Managor H.indt, of the Turner Grand
opera house, Davenport, announces tbe
engagement of tbe great Robert Downing
tor three performances Jan. 27 and 28,
as loiiows: "ine uiaaiaior, - uineiio
Miff li maud lor Plows.
Tbe Rock Island Plow company has
been experieicing an unusually active
time of it this winter and has been
really crowd ;d to fill Hit orders. The
forces hare been increased constantly
during the past two weeks, the company
having engaged all the reliable men that
it could get. Monday still more men will
be put on an 1 the probabilities are that
ten hour tine system will be adopted.
The new course in journalism at Cor
nell university Is pronounced a great suc
SERIOUS MINE ACCIDENT.
A. P collar Catastrophe Xtar Cable
Attenaea by Kemarfeable Escape
Jtlaattnc Powder Explosion.
A very peculiar and altogether serious
accident occurred in the mines of the
Coal Valley Mining company near Cable
last Sunday afternooa. It seems ihat four
young men, whose names are Joseph
Swanson, Albert Carlson, Jacob Jacob
sea and Magnus Nelson, who. for a year
or more, had been working with the fence
gang of the R. I. & P. road, and two of
whom bad previously worked in the Oal
va mines, were, at the opening of winter.
employed as miners. They occupied for
temporary abode, a hut direc'.ly over the
mine, and it now developes that the men
were in the habit ot visiting the mines Sun
diys, and making a tour through them,
unknown tp e superintendent. On the
day in question they entered one ot the
rooms fully a mile into the mine, to
look after a twenty-five pound keg
of giant powder such as is used for blast
ing purposes, la the mines. They reck
lessly opened the keg to look at the pow
der and in doing so spilled some of the
explosive material. The top of the keg
was quickly replaced and just as the men
were about to leave the apartment, one
et the number held his lamp down to tbe
floor to ascertain bow much had been lost.
Tbe flame caught tbe trail of powder and
a violent explosion followed immediately.
The men were all terribly burned except
Jacobsen, and all thrown down witb ter
rific force, so that Mr. Jacobsen while
escaping injury In tbe way of powder
burns, suffered painful bruises and scalp
wounds. The other three were skock
ingly burned, Mr. Swanson being the
most seriously so. Their faces were
scorched and blistered and lorn until
their eyes in their inflammation seemed
to stand out like beeds of fire.
The most natural impulse was to get to
the surface and summon assistance as
soon as possible, but the men were in
such a state of agony and so bewildered
by the shock that they forgot the way
out and became scattered about the mine
and for several hours they wandered
about suffering pains which can better be
imagined than told, until they got to the
mine outlet. The expension of course
set fire to their clothing, but they re
tained their presence of mind long
enough to seek a tank of water into
which they plunged, and thus subdued
Supt. Lee rendered tbe men all tbe as
sistance possible on learning of the oc
currence, and sent Dr. Wray, of Cable, to
attend them. The men, while doing as
well as could be expected, have not yet
passed the critical stage entirely.
COYNE GAINS A VICTORY.
The Ioni Can- Derided in Hi Favor
and the "Wapiti Farm" la Hi.
Ttie long existing and somewhat cele
brated litigation between Fluegel and
. . ' '
c:vi1 proceedings over the Wapsie farm
title are concerned, in the district court at
Davcr port last night, whttn, without ar
gument on either side. Judge ilowat de
cided in Coyne's favor, dismissing the
suit for want of equity, and intimated in
his ruling, which was very brief, that as
between Coyne and Fluegel he could
distinguish no difference in their modes
of business, but that they bad simply
fallen out and that litigation had fol
lowed, l he cbiet technical point on
which tbe decision was based, was a sec
tion of the Iowa statutes which prevents
tbe introduction of anv evidence to set
aside a deed unless that evidence is in
writing, such as a certified conveyance or
aeej wouia snow. wnne mere was
abundance of verbal proof, no written
admissions of Coyne as to the terms of
the transfer of the "Wapsie farm" could
be introduced. Tbe decision was there
fore in Coyne's favor.
"Tbe difference in tbe methods of
practice in tbe Illinois and Iowa courts,"
says the Democrat-Gazette, "is well repre
sented in this case the difference be
tween ine common law practice which is
so much in vogue still across the river,
and practice under tbe code which makes
trials lively and comparatively brief in
time, in Iowa."
Mr. Adair Pleasants, one of the coun
sel in the case, was taken suddenly and
seriously ill, while the judge was read
ing his decision, and for a short interval
lost consciousness entirely, falling heav
ily upon the floor. Other attorneys and
friends rushed to his assistance and relief
and as soon as be had recovered suffi
ciently be was driven to his home in this
city. The attack was pribably due to
overwork and anxiety, superinduced by
the suffocating closeness of tbe court
room. Mr. Pleasants will be about
again in a few days.
An Accident and av Warn in z.
An accident which should serve as a
warning to boys in the habit of frequent
ing the river as a place to skate, occurred
this morning a short distance below the
waterworks. Chas. and Willie Rugh
were playing upon the ice, the former
skating, when they struck a place that
was thinner than tbe rest and they broke
through in an instant. Both boys strug
gled desperately and were discovered by
John Kitson and Hark Pierce, employes
at tbe waterworks building, who rushed
down to tbe river and crawling out on
the thin ice, and by means of aards and
ropes rescued the boys. The older of the
two, Willie, being a cripple, his brother
clung to him, when he might have escaped
himself, until both could be taken from
their peril. The boys were taken to the
guard house near the slough bridge, where
Guard Montgomery , built up a big fire,
and where, by the administration of warm
drinks and application of dry clothes,
they soon recovered from the effects of
their cold bath.
The time honored Notre Dame, Balti
more, Md. We have had ample oppor
tunity to convince ourselves of the
efficacy of Salvation OH. We cheerfully
submit our names to the public as refer
ence. Respectfully, Slaters of Notre
Dame, Aisquith and Eager streets, Balti
The Franklin Hew Cart.
Foreman Miller and a number of mem
bers of tbe Franklin company took their
trained horse "Unser Fritz" to Daven
port, this afternoon, and brought back
tbe company's elegant new four wheeled
cart, and the Argcb was among the first
invited to inspect it. The apparatus is
built npon the model of such as ate used
in paid systems, "the reel, bell gong and
brake all working by foot pedals which
the driver or other fireman udoq the front
seat may manipulate, while a step behind
Is provided for pipemen. The cart will
carry six men as well as hose and neces
sary tools: comfortably. The cart is at
tractively lettered. The Franklins are
tired of two-wheeled playthings fit only
for small boys and are for business in the
Nice dressed poultry, at Long's.
F. G. Voung is selling teas cheap
Great bargains at Robinson & Telia-
Oranges 20 cents per dozen at F. G.
The jury is still out with the Sylyan
boat club case.
Mr. James Taylor, of Taylor Ridge,
was in the city today.
C. R. McConnell, of Taylor Ridge,
was in tbe city today.
Sheriff Silvia left for Joliet this morn
ing with Isaac Richards.
The MurrinSouth (casts have been
postponed ten days longer.
J. W. Caldwell, of Black Hawk town
ship, was in tbe city today.
Everythins going below cost at the
assignee sale of Robinson & Taliferro.
Wm. Roth returned this morning from
a successful business trip to St. Louis.
There will be skating at the rink next
Tuesday evening. Admission 10 cents.
Hon. E. W. Hurst arrived home from
Springfield last nieht to remain over Sun
Everything in eentlemen's furnishing
goods below cost, at tbe assignee sale of
Robinson & Taliaferro's.
Only a few seal skin caps and far
trimmings below cost, at tbe assignee
sale of Robinson & Taliaferro's.
One of tbe prettiest calendars out is
that of Deere & Co., Moline. It is odd
in design and convenient in arrangement.
The ninth grade at No. 4, has been
provided with life size busts of the Amer
ican statesmen, Daniel Webster and Henry
The Eist End progressive euchre club
will meet at the residence of Capt. and
Mrs. Varney on the island Monday even
James Tavlor has resigned bis office as
postmaster at Taylor Ridge, and bis com
mission has been forwarded to W. B.
The funeral of the late Mrs. S. F.
Cooke will be held from the residence,
320 Eleventh street, at 3 o'clock tomorrow
Mr. J. K. Cooke and Miss Ada Cooke
left last evening for Milwaukee to ac
company the remains of their mother to
The toboggan slide near Black Hawk
watcn tower will be ready for use com
mencing tuis evening and as long ts tl.e
Evt.ru' Commandery No. 18, K. T.,
goes to Geneseo in the morning to attend
tbe funeral of Sir Knight Biackislon, one
of the members of the commandery.
Robert Baker, for several mouths bat
tender at tbe Hock island house saloon,
has given up bis position, and left today
for Pontiac, for peimanect residence.
Report was made to the city clerk this
morning of the death from dipuihereiic
croup of a seventeen months old child of
Mrs. Wm. Bar nh art, 316 Tenth street
lion. H. V. Fisher arrived from Spring
field this morning and took the noon
train for Geneseo to attend tbe funeral of
W. P. Biackiston, a prominent citizen of
We sell carpets, rugs, clocks and dra
peries of all kinds, also blankets on tbe
payment plan. No interest added for
time. The Adams, 823 Brady fetreet,
If you want to get lace curtains on the
payment plan, you should visit our store
We sell curtains that agents sell for f 4 50
to $5 00 for fl.9i) and f2.25 per pair.
No extra charges for time. Tbe Adams,
323 Brady street, Davenport.
One of the oil tank wagons had an up
set between Twelfth and Thirteenth
streets on Third avenue last night, but
with tbe exception of losing a small
quantity of oil, no serious damage was
Rev. M. D. Carroll, of Chicago, presi
dent of tbe Young Peoples' Methodist
alliance, delivered on interesting address
to the First M. E. church last night, on
the aims, advantages, etc., of tbe society
as one of Christian labor. Steps have
already been taken to establish one in
While we are enjoying the most de
lightful weather imaginable for winter,
tbey are having it forty and thirty-five
degrees below zero in North Dakota and
in Manitoba, while in tbe Missouri val
ley furious snows are prevailing. This
is according to information furnished by
The board of supervisors of Ogle coun
ty has agreed to pay each of the local
papers in that county nine dollars a ses
sion for publishing the proceedings. This
is not enough, yet how it would
shock the Rock Island county board with
its 'star chamber session to pay such a
sum for letting the people know bow its
affairs are being managed.
The Rock Island road has bought, and
consolidated with itself the Atlantic &
Southern, tbe Avoca, Macedonia &
Southwestern and the Atlantic & Audu
bon, and hereafter these will be known
simply as the C R. L & P. railway. The
only part of the Rock Island system now
operated under a aeperate name is the
Chicago, Kansas & Nebraska.
The Salvation Army barracks at Free
port had an attraction last week in the
person of Johnny O'Brien, ex-convict,
circus man, gambler, man seal and gener
al freaK. Be is but about three feet
high and can only stand by tbe aid of
crutches; but his narration of sinful ex
perience is as exciting and about as de
moralizing, as the yellowest of yellow
covered romances. It is an unquestiona
ble fact that with all its eccentricities the
Salvation Army is doing much good in
its way; and vet when an ex drunkard
and crfminal becomes the hero of his own
highly colored narrations, the educative
effect on tbe minds of many youthful
listeners is far from healthy.
Attention Mir ItnUta-s Important..
There will be a special conclave of
Evans' Commandery No. 18, K. T.
this evening at half past 7 o'clock.
All Sir Knights are earnestly requested
to be present to make arrangements to
attend the funeral of our late deceased
Sir Knight, W. P. Blackeston, of Gen
eseo, Ili. By order of
H. C. Clkaveland, E. C.
R. C WllXKBTO it. Recorder.
An eishty acre farm in Bowling town
ship, being the south half of the north
west quarter of section twentyoone. and
being a portion of the farm formerly
owned by James Todd, all under cultiva
tion. and will be sold on easv terms. For
particulars call or address E. E. Par
men ter, attorney at law. Rock Island,
"We Employ Ho Agents."
Some agents have been representing
themselves as being in our employ. We
wish to state that we "do not" employ
agents. They ate an expensive luxury
at best. They charge from 25 to 50 per
cent more than we do.
322 Brad v street, Dayennort, Iowa.
C. A. Steel, - - Manager.
ONE NIGHT OSLT.
Thursday, Jan. 24th
The DUtingulMird irit-h Comedian and Vo
calist, Al K.
Ia the late Fred. Marsden Greatest of all
lrtah Drama, the
P ayed by him with unpralled snect s tor IS
c nrecntive eas n- in a t the principal citiea and
leaning tin aire in merici.
A Comedy Drama withont equal," predentin?
not only rrliftlc pirturt- of life aud love In the
Umi-rau isle, i ut an every Ua tale In every land
Supported by the talented voting leadiug
and a csrrfY.llv selected Pramatic Coropai v.
1 Rli'KS 'J5, 50. T5c and $1.00; legcrved eat
to he had at Citniai.n A Salzmaim's three days Ir
Turner Grand Opera House.
Matinee and Eveninir,
SUNDAY, JAN., 20, 1889.
A Dav of Enjovmentt
A Nieht of Laughter
The Orcat Musical Karce-Coa edv,
A Postase Stamp!
Under the management rf D. J. Ppracne.
The If tinniest play ever written : replete with
elnziu; c!anci sand epecialiiea. which awaken
ap 1 uae. admiration and ftonlftirring langhter
A comrdy with a Plot in this plot aituationa in
the-e situation laughter, which, aa the pint ar.d
gitnatiOM thicken, developes Into one continuous
Our Famous Black Hussar Band!
Magnificently orifornv d and elegantly equipped,
rt'uueruiK in au ezquiaiie maruer a Class or
music never before attei pted by any like
organization, under the leadership of
Edward . N ckerson.
Concert ftr.m 1 :10 to 1 :80. md from T to 7:30 In
In the evening. Prices as usual; seats ou sale at
and a full line of
C. C. Taylor
Uader Rock Island House.
WE OFFER FOR SALE
Important Points are:
1st. Interest is T per cent net to Lender.
Gd. We collect Interest without charge.
Sd. Loans offered are complete and Investor
tela his papers at once.
4th. We examine the records annually for de
linquent ta es on lands covered by our mortgagee.
Ma. Oar spent Inspects each farm before we
make a loan on it .
6th. We make a specialty of Farm Loans.
Tth. No paius or expense spared by os to make
oar business as safe for oar cueate as experience,
good faith and skill can make U
8th. investors can be supplied with loans for
f 900 and upwards.
Call or write for circular.
H. M. HENLEY, Attorney,
Rooms 80, 81. 83 Masonic Temple,
Bear inventory is again approaching at
It is bard work but it must be done. All piece
goods must be unrolled, measured and re-rolled.
Dresa fjooda, flannels, table linens and even rib
bons and laces must go through the unwinding
and wi lding up process. Hosiery, gloves, un
derwear and notions of all kinds must b count
ed. The less goods in stock the quicker the
work is done. Cash can be counted much quick
er than goods can be measured, so Melntire Bros,
inaugurate a DISCOUNT SALE for this week.
12 1-2 Per Cent
or 1-8 will be deducted from the bottom of every bill amount
ing to and over $1 00 domestics excepted. This discount ap
plies to every department, dress goods, silks, table linens, nap
kins, hosiery, corsets, gloves, underwear every department
but the domestic. From price of all cloaks
25 PER CENT
will be deducted, plush sacques excepted. Muslins, ticks and
all domestics at lowest prices.
Hock Island Illinois.
J. B ZIMMER,
No. 1810 Second avenne, is receiving daily his stock of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
of the latest patterns. Call and examine them and remem
ber that he mates his suit up in the latest styles.
H IS PRICES A RTC LO"W.
"We are possibly overstocked with
ani 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 Blight, Clean Scranton
White Ash and the Purest LEHIGH Mined in Amer
ica. Go to our YarJs, Fourth and Front streets, Daven
port, la., and see the Handsomest Cottl in the market.
J. S. WYLIE,
Telephone, No 1.
New Eim Street Grccery
DANQUARD & BROWNER
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.
H. D. FOLSOM,
West Side Market Square,
Has the large s Dining Room in the trinities seating capacity 250 persons.
25 rents buys a good wholesome meal
25 cents pays for a nights' lodging in clean beds.
City Boarders at reasonable rates.
P. 8. All must come sober. C. D. GORDON. Proprietor.
Pure Kentucky Bouriion $1.75 per Gallon
POST OFFICE BLOCK.
garSend for Price List, P. O. Box 32
Kifliey anfl Liver Pills
Vtor tbe care of Lhrer, Kl clary, Blood sad gtom
aeh dieeaeee. Theee celebrated p Us an fast tax
Inr the place of tbe more expansive remedies (or
kidne and Uver eoBsplalnls, and are far npertor,
more eaiUy takea, and ia (act are tbe best tiling
ever Introduced for all disease of the kidneys
and liver, rick headache. pjB m the back snel
ride. BarUmra. iruawijir ana bamln peine at the)
pit of tbe stomach, yellow skin, coated loairaa,
coming ap of ihs food after estlne;. inlUnunatioa
of the kidneys, gravel, etc. and as a family (ill
tbey have no eqaai. and ahoaid be kept in evsuy
DirectloDBt Tot sick tteadeebe, two or three at
bedtlaae; for dyspepsia, one every day before
dinner: for disorder ot the kidneys, rue, two or
three times a week bcOI relieved; for disorder
of the liver, and bnioasneae. three or four aa re
quired. GIVE THEM A TRIAL.
NONE EQUAL THEM
Tbe proprietor wm forward them to any nddtesa
bj stall, oa receipt of price.
25 Cts a Bottle.
PsT1CaBndgetsisili jasHgi free. .
Masonic Temple. No 1.
Second avenue, Rock Island.
ROCK. ISLAND, ILLS.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Cures Coughs. Colds, Hoarseness, Crtnp
Whooping Cough, Spitting of
Illood and all Diseases
of tbe Lungs.
One trial is a I that ia necessary to (oavinc
yon that It is the beat Cough hemedy snads.se
next time you have a iongU or cold, eall and get
Price 10. 25 and 50 cents.
Call fur circular containing testimonials.
T. H. Thomas.
Tf. B . Above goods skipped to any tddrsM ejt
reeelptof the prloe.