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THE KOCK ISTjA"N"Dg ARGUS: TUESDAY, JANUARY 22,
Have lutt opened a jb of sm.pe glows
tD,l nimens, all kinds under the Bun, 70
dorm in all. an importers sampleR for 23
traveling salesmen, being upwards of SO
differem style. Wo have divided the
glove into three loin to sell at 11, 18
"nil 25c Those at 11 are worth from 15
to 30 cento; th.MH at 18 from 2.5 to 60o,
nod 'hoe nt 25c from 50.: to . 1 CO.
The mitu-ns will he divided into 4
prices mb follows: 4.; lie, IHo. and S.jfi,
every pair tuaranieed to be worth double,
the price, and many worth three and four
time riie asked
These are the greatest drives in clove
nd mitten we have ever been able to
jiIko before our customers.-- .
To mnko this sale doubly interesting
we will for Monday, 1'uenday and W'etJ-ri-fdHy,
threo dnys only, pn-nent to each
purchaser of a pair of kid lovea, free,
one of our estra kid glove &retchers.
Remember the glove stretchi rs are mm
to each customer putchosini! one or more
puirs of kid uImvph and-will only be con
tinued three days.
We do not think we ezhpgnrale w hen
we s .y we have the largest line, best se
lections of color and styles, and lowest
prices on kid gloves In this section.
Many new good just now being added
to the stock.
We close at 6 o'clock except Saturday.
1714. 1718. 1718. 1720 a?: ! 172 SKroxn Avenitr. Rook Island.
t Eete Stock !
NO IE PRICES.
American Bible Societii s Bibles nt
Oiford Riiib's at cost.
B-trster Bible at cost.
Window Shades at cost.
Wall Papers very cheap.
Albums of City of U ck Island Site.
22x28 Engravings 47c.
at cost. A job lot of
at yot:r own price.
KiN'GSUURY A SON,
17i 5 Second Avenue.
ZEsZANN I IF8
I U . i i . B I . u a b
l"Call and examine our Goods and prices.
KANN & FLEMING,
iS"o. 1811 Second Avenue,
Hetween Eighteenth and Nineteenth Streets,
(CELEK3IRA83 Bhilding) ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
We have the largest stock in the city, and are bound to sell, and prices are
going to make it go.
fVPaintlng, Graining and Paper Hanging done on short notice. All work
IWanteed. Don't fail to note the plaoe.
1401 Second Avenue.
On Monday, January 21 at 8:80 A m
we shall offer a lot of double fold wool
tricots at 19 cents per yard.
A mixed ioh of better tricots and
flannel suitings all go at one price, 34c.
At the same hour 10 pieces (388 yards)
bright red cashmere at SJc per yard
You have paid two or three times more
for the same goods. Everyoce can af
ford to buy bis little girl a dress at the
price, and we shall refuse to sell long
Another hi? drive. 27 pieces (16 col
or?) silk dr. ss plush, while they last, 41c
a yard; hardly think they can last all
Additions to our plush stock at one
third below value.
N. B The publishers of the Dore
Bible O tllery have just notified us that
they can furnish us with 100 more copies.
Our adt. at 89c each closed them out so
quickly before Christmas that many cus
tomers who came wre disappointed
we have arranged to take the order for
any customer at the above price all this
week. Be aure and leave your name
only six days, after which the ptice will
The Best Inkstand
IN THE WORLD.
The air is not admitted into the Ink
Fi'iin'ait!, hi-nce i k is preserved in its
original purity no evaporation of ink
the pen tru-iL'e dip enp enahles the writer
to rettulate with accuracy the quantity of
ink to be taken on the pen.
Call and examine or send for circular
and prices .
KINGSBURY & SON.
17(5 Second Avenue.
ami Duleis in-
fS-gr Vi.i..l'"t 4 Jb" hi
and CURT AGISTS
at a BARGAIN
THE LONft SOUGHT VICTORY.
A KeTlew I'roa t Iowt Mtandpolnt
of the t'elrbrated lttizTlon, Whteh
Finally End a Favorably to W. t,
The Dave d port DemoctatGautte, r&
viewing the decision of Judge Howat in
the civil pr)ceedin9 in the celebrated
Coyne case, says:
Io his decision in the case of E. H.
Guyer vs H. Fluegel and W. L Coyne,
Judgo Howut was emphatic; after re
marking tL it be dido t care to bear any
arguments f counsel, he said tat the
evidence on behalf of Defendant Flui gel
was not at all satisfactory, and that the
evidence i.introduced to corroborate him
did not convince him that said Fluegel
was entitled to the relief prayed, and so
the cross petition of said Fluegel praying
it decree setting aside the deed to the
Wapsie Tana in Butler township. Scott
county, Iowa, executed by said Henry
fluegel and bts wife to satd defendant.
Coyne. Dpc. 8. 1884, on the ground that
oam iMiuvev'iuce was oniy in trust. ior
said Fluegel was denied and the title to
said farm is now in defendant Coyne.and
the court decided that the petition of the
plaintiff to subject the Wapsie farm to
the payment of Lis judgment against said
Fluegel be lenied. So that the result
of this rather extraordinary case is
that the sixteen indictments obtained
at the instance of Fluegel and his
attorneys rn one of which defend
ant was fomd guilty and sentenced to
two years tnd onehalf in the Illinois
peuitntiary. and which upon appeal was
reversed, Tlje supreme court of Illinois in
giving their opinion stale that the prose
cution of defend int Coyne seems like a
criminal prosecution to collect a civil
debt, and rt.tiier insinuates against the
practice of the state's attorney of Rock
Island county, substantially burning over
the power and authority of the strong arm
of the law ir to the bands of attorneys to
carry out their schemes, either for spite
or to aid persecution instead of prosecu
tion The court took occasion to say that the
evidence to set aside a written instrument
must be clet.r aud convincing, and that
Defendant Fluegel ard Plaintiff Gayer
utterly failed to satisfy the mind of the
court, and tiiat said Fluegel had accepted
the property and securities given him by
Coyne and bad not tendered any of it
back, and on the other band Coyne had
paid all that was due on a purchase price
mortgage of $2 600: and that the testi
mony show. -d the value of the farm in
controversy did not exceed the amount of
such mortgnjo and the securities, and
that there was nothing; to warrant the al
legation of fraud in the transaction
So that after four yenrs of litigation,
during which time he has been indicted
sixteen timts in connection with this
trade, and sentenced to the Illinois peni
tentiary for two and one half years, and
on appeal tlie same was reversed, and on
which the county of Rock Island has
spent thousands of dollars and Messrs.
Pleasants und Ketiworthy have spent
many wean- days in preoaring and try
ing, now fa is lo the ground.
Who Known Thin Pilgrim
Some of the Illinois exchanges are pok
ing fun at an old man who is traveling
through the state with a couple of ponies
and a rickeiy cart, preaching the gospel.
He ha been through the lower end of
this county. He is uncouth and dirty and
bis Envlis-h is broken, but there is some
thing inexpressibly touching in his man
ner and his daily life. He has traveled
over many a mile with bis two little
ponies, l'.vi ig on almost a crust daily,
simply that he may preach the g-ispel of
his Master und give light to the world
according -o his convictions. After he
had spoken for an hour in the cold night
air, ia a central Illinois town, standing
on a rough box, his gray h iir and beard
streaming in the wind, while a poor,
flickering U ntem cast a meaner light up
on the inotl :y crowd that surrounded him,
hb at down upon his temporary pulpit
and bowed his weary head upon his
hands, while the people moved away
without remembering the old way-worn
devotee wuh even a nickel. The scene
was truly athetic.
President ( level.inii'n One Keiret.
fit. Rev W. D. Walker, bishop of
North Dakota, spent Sunday in Daven
port the gu'jst of Bishop Perry, and yes
terday a reporter of the Democrat-Gazette
was accorded an interview with the dis
tinguished divine. Tiie bi9hop, after fur
niabing an nteiestiug idea of Indian life
at the present time, said that when the
flfty-four b shops who hud attended the
missionary convention in Philadelphia,
paid their r -spects to the president in the
white house, Mrs. Cleveland remarked to
him that "the one thing over which my
husband expresses regret at leaving the
white houso, is that he will not have an
opportunity to do for the Indiana what
he would like to do in the way of alle
viating the r sufferings do what is right
by them." She added it is the only re
gret she heird her husband utter cons
cerning the change that comes to h'rn in
The date of the charily ball at the Har
per for the benefit of St. Luke's hospital,
has been c janged to Feb. 7, one week
earlier than was first contemplated.
The great, domino party given by Mr.
and Mrs. C. H. Deere, at Deere 's ball.
Moline, occurs tonight.
The down town progressive euchre
club was el gantl entertained by Mr. and
Mrs. H. E. Casteel of 1029 Third aven
ue, last evening. There were a large
number present and the evening was
most pleasantly spent.
Capt. and Mrs. Varney entertained the
East and West End progressive euchre
clubs in an elegant manner at their pleas
ant residence on the island last evening.
There were players for five tables, the
ladies' first prize and gentlemen's booby
prize going to the West Enders, and the
gentlemen's first. price and ladies' booby
prize to the East End a very equal dis
tribution of honors.
Pol ire Point.
Anton M Her was fined 3 and costs by
Justice Hawes yesterday morning fyr
using abusive and insulting language to
Mrs. Frank Schrieberl.' The "Squire vol
unteered to suspend the fine on condition
of the cost being paid and the promise of
good behavior, but Miller declined the
offer and wont to jail to serve it out. '
Colutnbun discovered America and Edi
son invented the phonograph, but it re
mained for Dr. Bull to invent the remedy
of the ago, "The Cough Syrup," the
THE SCHOOL LAW.
Ita Kevlhlon, Compilation, Correetioa
The thirty-fifth general assembly di
rected the superintendent of public in
struction "to revise, compile, correct and
harmonize" the school law in a bill for
that purpose. He has done so and the
Mil may be summarized as follows:
1. Tne state superintendent is author
ized to issue certificates valid for five
years, to euch persons as may bo found
worthy to receive them, and in fixing re
quirements for such certificates and in
naming the examiners who are to psss
upon the 'work of candidates, the state
superintendent is to have the concur
rence of the presidents of the Normal
universities and the regent of the State
2. No one is to be licensed as a teacher
who has not attained the age of eighteen,
if a female, and of nineteen, if a male.
8. The number of legal voters who
are required to sign a petition for
building a school house or purchasing a
site, in districts with a population of
more than 2.000. ia reduced from
a majority to 500, or to one-fifth of the
number of legal voters. 3ut the propo
sition to build or purchase a site must
afterwards be submitted to the voters at
a meeting called for that purpose, which
is not now required.
4. It is made the duty or the board of
directors to report to the county super
intendent within ten days alter their em
ployment, the full names of all persons
employed as teachers, the date of the be
ginning and the end of their contract.
5. There Is also a provision supplying
a simple method of refunding school dis
trict bonds, but not making any essential
6. County superintendents are to give
directions to school officers concerning
the course of study to be adopted in the
7. Teachers under boards of oduca.
tion in districts with more than 2.000 in
habitants are relieved from makinz out
schedules, but are required to make state
ments of the number of days' attendance
in order to secure orders.
8. For the election of trustees it is
permitted to have fewer polling places
tin n for general elections in townships
where, for general elections, there are
more than two polling places. But it is
required that there shall be at least one
polling place for each 1,000 voters.
9. Directors shall prohibit changes of
text books in schools ofterer than once
in four years.
Worked the Insanity Dodge Fine.
Hans Velick, the horse thief arrested
in this ci y aft. r a desperate resistance in
August, 1887, after be had given the
guards a lively chase across the island
and bridge, and was finally caught after
having driven pell mell into a sewer ex
cavation on Twenty fourth street, has
played a sharp game and has accom
plished his liberty. It will be remem
bered that Wlick was taken to Musca
tine, where he was convicted of horse
steeling and sentenced to the penitentiary
for ten years. He first displayed a bra
vado spirit, but finding it failed to work,
he tried the insanity dodge, became vio
lent, and tried to tear down the Musca
tine county i ail. A medical commission-
ier was summoned to make examina
tion and inquiry as to his mental
condition. He was pronounced of sound
mind and taken to Ft. Madison prison
j There he again put on the cloak of insan
ity, and with better results, for the prison
physician declared him a raving maniac
and he was sent to the asylum at Mt.
Pleasant. That was about six months
ago, and here it was that he awaited bis
opportunity to use his infirmity f ?) to
good advantage, and notwithstanding
that he was searched nightly, as he was
believed to be one of the most vicious
men in the asylum, he managed to collect
together and conceal a number of tools,
such as would assist him in gaining bis
freedom, and a few niehls since he drilled
his way out of the asylum, removed eight
dtSerent locks in dome so, and after help.
ing himself to a fine suit of clothes in
the superintendent's office, made his es
cape and is still at larce.
The trespass case of D. H. Craig
against Sheriff Silvis is being tried in the
circuit court before Judge Smith and a
jury composed of Joseph Haislip, W.
Frey. Jacob Ammon, W.H. Gsrnct, John
Bowen, J. H. Vanderslice, Thomas Gan
non, Rudolph Koch, Joslah Bonham
Mason Morple, J. L. Sexton and Louis
McGreer. The attorneys are Messrs. H
C. Connelly and J. T. Kenworthy for the
plaintiff, and Messrs. Sweeney & Walker
for the defense. The action, which is for
f 1,000, is brought against Sheriff Silvis
on the allegation that he attached some
furniture in the Commercial hotel al
leged to belong to M. Wyrick, but which
Mr. Craig claims was his.
Odorona bat nighty Uarfal.
An exchange says: "A physician was
seen buying a barrel of onions, and being
guyed about his purchase, said: 'I al
ways have boiled onions for dinner for
the benefit of my children. I like onions,
too. They are the best medicine I know
of for preventing colds. Feed onions,
raw, boiled or baked to the children three
or four times a week and they'll grow
healthy and strong. No worms, no
scarletina, no diphtheria where children
eat plenty of onions every day. Another
distinguished physician confirmed the
foregoing statement, adding: I couldn't
give better advice no matter how hard I
may try." '
Thia Cheat W rather.
The attention of the entire world ia re
spectfully directed to Rock Island's claim
to the greatest weather resort on earth.
We haye the Florida weather without tha
mosquitos, the California weather with
out the rain, the Minnesota weather with
out frozen noses and blistered toes. It is
neither too cold nor too warm, but every
day passes along bright and sunshiny,
but bracing and invigorating. We ask
the safety committee to have this winter
repeated next year, and claim dates for
ten years ahead. They can have their
ice palaces, corn palaces and toboggan
slides, but in no country or clime do they
have this magnificent, bracing, health
giving, disease curing weather.
Charged With tsaatardy.
Jacob Waltman, of Edgington town
ship, has been arrested on a charge of
bastardy preferred by Mary Kelt, of An
dalusia. The preliminary hearing of the
case ia to be held before Justice Brown,
of Milan, next Friday, when Bute's At
torney O'Mara will prosecute.
Mittens, 4 cents at McCabe Bros.
Go to the fair at Turner ball this even
Dancing school at Armory hall tomor
Mr. Sam Bowles, of Bowlesburg. was in
the city today.
The Franklin Hose company's fair
Attend the dancing school at Armory
hall tomorrow night.
Admission only 10 cents to the fair at
Turner hall this evening.
Parties ordering the Bible gallery, see
what McCabe's adv. says.
Postmaster J. M. Martin, of Hillsdale
was In the city yesterday.
Attorney Bickford of LaSalle county,
is in the city on legal business.
G. M. Loosloy has purchased the
crockery stock of Chas. Hansgen.
The price of admission to the Frank
lin Hose company's fair is only 10 cents.
Marshal John' Brennan is confined to
his house with a severely sprained ankle.
Ther.; will be skating at the rink next
Tuesday evening. Admission 10 cents.
Remember the fair of the Franklin
Hose company at Turner ball this even
ing. Mittens, 4, 11, 13 and 85 cents, worth
2, S and 4 times the price asked, all week
at McCabe Bros.
A kid glove stretcher today and tomor
row with each pair of kid gloves sold at
The latest novelty is the new Toboggan
slide at the Vienna photographic studio.
Go and look at it.
Silk plushes, newest shades. 27 pieces.
18 different colors, 41 cents while tbey
lost at McCabe Bros.'
Remember the great sacrifice in men's
furnishing goods at the assignee sale of
Robinsou & Taliaferro.
The below zero weather induces Mc
Cabe Bros, to continue their special
prices on blankets all this week.
The assignee sale of Robinson & Talia
ferro will not last forever improve this
opportunity to supply your wants.
The grandest bargains in mittens and
gloves ever seen in the west on sale at
McCabe Bros.' this week. See adv.
There will be a dancing prty at the
Island City club rooms tonight given by
several young ladies of this city and Dav
The King's daughters offer a handsome
silk crazy quilt to be r&fflud off at the
Franklin Hose company's fair which
Help the boys raise funds to pay for
their new hose cart by patronizing their
fair which commences this evening and
continues three nintits.
The Rodman Rifles received their new
regulation caps last night, which are fur
nished by the state to accompany the
uniforms recently received.
The Rock I-land road has begun the
work of compiling biographies of its con
ductors and engineers in book form for
alphabetical reference at the general of
fice. The Milan Creamery compauy has been
incorporated with a capital stock of
f 6,000. The incorporators are C. II.
Dibbern. James V. McCaggand James A.
Henry W. Harder, formerly clerk at
the Harper house drug store, last week
was one of thirty-two students in eighty,
who passed an examination as assistant
pharmacist before the state board.
The cold weather of Sunday niftbt
brought out many buyers of bed blaDkt U
yesterday, and as a consequence McCabe
Bros, decided to continue the specially
low prices on blankets for another week.
The theme of the sermon by Rev F. L.
Wllkins at the First Baptist church this
evening will be: "Salvation by the Blood
of Jesus." Pastor Lelnnd will sing "The
Ninety and Nine," aud "My Soul is Re
deemed." Everybody is invited to" at
Mr. Ed. M. Cook,for a number of
years shipping clerk in Stewart & Mout
gomery's hardware store, has been pro
moted to a position of traveling salesman
for the firm, succeeding Mr. H. W. Cush
ing, wno has resigned, and Mr. Harry
Simmons, until recently in Noftsker's
store, takes Mr. Cook's place.
The well known steamer in these wa
ters, J. W. Mills, was sold Saturday by
the LeClaire Navigation Co., to Capt.
Walter Blair, of Davenport, and John
Laycock, of LeClaire. The consideration
was $4,000. The steamer is now on the
ways at LeClaire being repaired. She
will be used used at the Sabula bridge to
help rafts over the rapids.
At the regular weekly meeting of Bu
ford Post, the following newly elected
officers, who were not present on the oc
casion of the general installation exer
cises, were installed by ex-Commander
J. W. Brackett: W A Norris, officer of
the day; H C Ashbaugh, quartermaster,
and E H Buck, quartermaster sergeant.
Mr. Phil Mitchell returned yesterday
from a trip to Washington, where be at
tended the National Association of Glass
Workers. On bis return he stopped at
Indianapolis for a few days' visit. In
Washington be visited the senate and
bouse during interesting sessions, and at
Indianapolis had the pleasure of meeting
the accomplished daughter of the presi
dent lect's, Mrs. McKee.
At a recent meeting of the Western
States Passenger association, it was deci
ded that all lines represented in the asso
ciation be permitted to sell tickets to
Washington and return on account of the
presidential inauguration on the basis of
one fare for the round trip, such tickets
to be sold Feb. 27 lo March 8 and good
to return until March 10. These rates
are to be based on the lowest first class
limited RSI one way: As for instance
from Chicago flT.fjO; from St. Louis,
$20; from Indianapolis. $16.
W. M. Desmond, United State's mar
shal for the northern district of Iowa, and
for a number of years preceding the ap
pointment to that offlct by President
Cleveland, sheriff of Clinton county,
Iowa, has received the appointment as
chief of the detective aervice of the Chi
cago, Milwaukee A St. Paul road. Hit
headquarters are to be in Chicago, and ha
is to have a fore of twenty-six men
under him. Marsha Desmond baa de
cided not to resign his present position
until after the 4th of March, and the rail
way company have agreed to keep the
place open for him until May 1. The
emoluments of the position are said to be
greater than those of the office whioh he
A special meeting of the Citizen's Im
provement association is called for
Thursday evening, Jan. 24. at their
looms in the opera bouse building for the
purpose of learning the sentiment of tha
citizens and tax payers relative to the
proposed sale of the city waterworks.
The mayor, city council and other officers
of the city, together with all tax payers
who are interested in the develop
ment of the city are invited to be
present. Fnso Hass, Pres.
C. A. SrsSL, - - Manager.
ONE SIOaT OITLT.
Thursday, Jan. 24th.
The DUtlngnlfhed Trtoh ComsdUa Sn V
callst, M a.
In tha Into Fred. Mnnden'n Greatest of all
Irish Dramas, tha
P ayed by him with nnpnralled fticrpf for H
c necutive te&s n- In a I the princip&l cities aud
leaning theatre in Americ.
"A Comedy Drama wlthon' poual." nrepentlnz
not only ri-ntislic picture or life and love, in the
nmeraia me. I ut an every day tale In every land
Supported by tbe talented young leading
and a carefullv selected Pmmattc romminv.
I RICKS 2S, B0. 75c and 81.00; it-served seats
to be had at Cleniann St Salzmann's three days in
Turner Grand Opera House.
SUNDAY ANO MONDAY
!0 MONDAY 1 Ton 97 O QQ
TMat,s, ffidll.Ci &60
Thr BeusonV Traclc Event: America's Great
Traitedian. Kobt Downing nder the manage
ment of Mr. .!.. H Muck, in Grand and Realistic
Productions of the Legitimate D-ims.
Sunday Matinee Ktret presentation in Daven
port 01 John li. w .lktn-' Beautiful
Homant c I t ma.
St. Marc,tlie Soldier ol Fortune
Sunday evening, Shakoepeare's Masterpiece,
Mr. DownTff as Marc Amnnv
Mo'day evenins.' Grande-t production ever ptven
or rorres-. ana .ticiuiloutru sgretet success,
SPARTACUS, The Gladiator
Which will be presented here in all lt maim .
tnde a- seen i' the tieraorable encasements at the
Star t Ilea; re. Sew YorU ci v. and ihe (ir nd nnera
hone. I he Boston theatre, lioston. and the princi
pal legitimate theatres of the country. A car load
m mamiinceiii -c. nery. tc rgeou costnntes. bis
torical armor, pronert.es and imnlement and im
,'lcmeMf of war, an 1 the most powerful eupport-
iu;;iui wut til jiuic la
i KICKS livening: 51.25, $1. 75 and Seents
Matinee: $1. ;i, IV 1 and 45 cents.
ueiira cnarge ror reserved seats, beats on
sate eunesnay, at Howlhy a music s ore.
Every Wednesday Evening.
Admission 3? Cents.
God order maintained. Objectionable
characters strictly prohibited.
Street oars for Molina after dunce.
GK . fTRMEHLK.
and a full line of
C. C. Taylor
C'!r Rack Island House.
WE OFFER FOR SALE
Important Points are:
Ut. Intcreit 1j 7 per ocnt net to Lender,
bd. Ws collect interest without ehrgn
id. IMO offered are oomnlate and lnwahir
iu bli papers at once.
4th. We examine tbe records annnally for de
linquent ta es on lands covered b; our mortgages.
5th. Oar agent Ids pacts each farm before we
make a loan on it.
Otb. We make a specialty of Farm Loads.
tth. No pains or ezoensa soared bv n ta miki
onr baeinese as safe for oar clients as experience.
guuu iaiu uu auu ud mue li
8th. InTestorscan be suonlied wtth lnsna fr.
taw and upwards, -
Cart or write for circular.'
H. M. HENLEY, Attorney,
Rooms SO, 81. 83 Masonic Temple,
Begin their inventory. They are still offering bargains all
through the house to decrease the stock before
beginning the above ordeal.
Dress Goods, Hosiery,
Gloves, Blankets, Yarns,
Underwear and Linens.
Cloaks Must Go !
PRICE NO OBJECT.
Hock Tsland. Illinois.
J. B ZIMMER,
No. 1S10 Second avenue, is receiving daily his 6tock 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.
prtopcs ark LO.
We are possibly overstocked with
an i 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 Scran ton
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, No. 1.
New Elm Street Gcery
DANQTJARD & BROWNER
FLOTTR AJNJX) 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.
H. D. FOLSOM.
West Side Market Square,
Has the larges Dining Room io the tri-citiea seating capacity 250 person!.
25 rents buys a (rood wholesome meal
25 cents pays for a nights' lodcine in clean beds.
City Boarders at reasonable rates.
P. 8. All must come nober. c. D. GORDON. Proprietor.
Pnre KenMy Bonrlion $1.75 w Gallon
POST OFFICE BLOCK.
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Kiflney anfl Liver Pills
War the nre aT T.Im rAmmm m i . n
acb disewes. These ceU brated p 11a an fast tafe
Inr tbe place of the more ex pen si re remedica for
kidney and liver complaint, and are far sapertoc.
more eaMly taken, and intact are the best ti.lnr
erer Introduced for all diseases of the kidneys
and llrcr, tick headache, pain In the back anel
side, hranbarn. guawinjr and barninc pains at the
pit of the stomach, yellow skin, coated lonfrae,
comlnc up of the food after eating, inflammation
of tbekidnaje. arrnTeU etc., and as a family i UI
the ban isuuL and .hnsi.! ha b-r. I- in.
ooaehold. ' "
liiaectlonat Tor siek headache, two or three at
bedtime: for dyspepsia, one every day before
dinner; for disorder ot the kidneys, two, two or
three times a week ntllMlUnd! for i
of the lirer. and hiii. u,.-. AT trtBW akl
GIVE THEM A TRIAL.
NONE EQUAL THEM
Tba proprietor will forward them to any M-frrsa
by mall, oa receipt of price.
25 Cts a Bottle.
Masonic Temple, No. 1.
Second avenue, Rock Island.
ROCK. ISLAND, ILLS.
KOCK ISLAND. ILL.
CE LED RATED
Cures Coughs, Colds. Hoarseness, Croup
Whooping Cough. Spitting of
Blood and all Diseases
of the Lungs.
On trlsl ia a 1 that la necessary to eonrinca
yon that It is the beat Cough hemedy made, so
next time yon have a tough or cold, call and m
Price 10. 25 and SO cents.
Call for circular containing testimonials.
Manufactured by t
T. H. Thomas.
V. U , Above eoods shipped to any eAdtes oa
receipt of the prlee.