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THE HOCK ISTjANI) ABGUa WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1HS9
Hsvo lust opened a job of sample gloves
and oiinens, all kinds under the bud. 70
riosen in all. an Importer's samples for 28
traveling salesmen, being upwards of 50
riiffrent styles. We have divided the
doves into thrte lots to sell at 11, 18
Zm 25c Those at 11 are worth from 15
to 30 cents; those at 18 from 25 to 50c,
and 'hoe at 25c from 50o to fl.OO.
The mittens will. he divided into 4
prices as follows: 4c; 11c, 18c and 25c,
every pair euaranteed to be worth double
the price, and man; worth three and four
times prle asked.
These are the greatest drives in gloves
and mittens we have ever been able to
plnCH before our customers.
To mtiko thissttle doublj interesting
we will for Monday, Tuesday and Wcd
neUy. three days only, present to each
purchaser of I''1" ' k,d K'oves. free,
one of our ettra kid glove stretchers.
Rttnemtwr the glove stretchers are one
to each customer puichssing one or more
pnirs of kid gloves and will only be con
tinued three days.
Vv'e do not ihink we exaggerate when
we any we have the largest line, best se
lections of colors and styles, and lowest
prices on kid ploves in this section.
Mny new goods just liow being added
to the stock.
We close at 6 o'clock except Saturday.
1714. 1716. 1718. 1720 arvl t723 Second Avencb. Rock Island
American Bible Societies Bibles at
Oxford Bitles at cost.
Bigsti-r Bibloj at cost.
Window Shades at cost.
Wall Papers very cheap.
Albums of City of Rock Island 50c.
22x28 Ecgravings 47c.
at cost. A job lot of
at your own prices.
Kingsbury & son.
1TC5 Second Avenue.
U II. W i3 "
We are the Western agents for the stove manufactmes
of TAPr.w, Rice & Co., and carry the largest stock of
stoves west of Chicago. In baying of us you virtually
buy of the manufacturers and at lower prices tham any
retail dealer can afford to make. It will pay you to see
us before you buy anything in the suape of a stove.
WILL1RD BAKER & CO.,
Opposite Harper Honse, Rock Island.
NO. 1708 SECOND AVENUE.
We carry the largest and best assorted stock of
in this vicinity, and at all times and make lowest prices.
Tinware, Copper Wash
"Woodenware, Nick Nacks.
For assortment, quality and prices it always pays
to trade at
On Monday, January 21 at 8:80 a. m
we snail oner a lot or double fold wool
tricots at 10 cents per yard.
A mixed iob of better tricots and
flannel suitings all go at one price, 34c.
At the same hour 10 pieces (888 yards)
bright red cashmere at 5Jc per yard
you nave paid two or three times more
for the same goods. Evervote can af
ford to buy bis little girl a dress at the
price, and we shall refuse to sell long
Another big drive, 2T pieces (18 col
ors) silk dress 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 Qtllery 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 wire disappointed
we have arranged to take the order for
any customer at the above price all this
week. Be sure and leave your name
only six days, after which the price will
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KINGSBURY & SON.
1705 Second Avenue.
THE IEERE DOMINO.
A Great Event in the Ti i-City Social
A way and rJ rlltlaat A8Semijr at -Ti
noaic nan, .TlDllur, aiaot ni(D
Who 1Ver Present tfneaia Fro
The domin j given by Mr. and Mrs. C.
H. Deere at Masonic hall, Deere block,
Moline, last evening, was. as it had been
predicted it would be, a great and bril
liant event ii the society circleB of the
three cities. There were nearly one hun
dred couple oresent. embracing the best
known society people in Moline, Rock
Island and Davenport, and including
many from abroad. It would be impos
sible to enumerate or describe the cos
tumes. Suffice it to say. they were var
ied, odd, and in many instances rich in
design, and identity was in almost
every instarce successfully concealed.
The early pat of the evening was devot
ed to round and square dances to the
music of Set Winger's orchestra.
At 11:30 the maskers formed in line
and proceeded about the spacious room
to the step of a graud murch from the
orchestra, and at a proper signal the
masques we.-e simultaneously removed.
Then followed a series of surprises,
greetings an 1 jolly congratulations, ac
companied by a straiuLteuiiig of frizzes
and bangs, and other hirsute appendages.
Mrs. Deere, richly attired in black silk
velvet, old laces and diamonds, did not
mask She was gracefully assisted in the
reception anl entertainment of the guests
by the Misses Deere, Miss Henderson, ftf
Chicago; Mi Kimball, of Chicago; Miss
Maosur. of St. Louis; Mrs. J. D. Chap
man and Miss Chapman, of Clinton.
Of those present the following were
Moline Mr and Mrs C II Deere, Misses
Kate and Anna Deere, Mrs S H Velie,
John Goode and wife. Geo Crampton and
wife, Frank Gould and wife, Clarence
Nxson and wife, L B Kuhn and wife,
Geo Dunn and wife, Walter Tolles and
wife. E B Keator and wife. Miss Taylor.
MissCalkim, Miss Barker. Miss Shields,
Miss Anderson. Miss Anthony, Miss Sny
der. Miss Crampton, Miss Weaver. Miss
Hull; Chas S Kerns. Robert Swan. H
Hoffman, W Brown, Frank Herbsl, Aus
tin Way. W E McCra. John Cady, Will
Velie. M Y Cady, A F Vinton. S S Davis.
Mr Dickinsrn. L Qavlor. Bert Savage.
F W Gould, Carroll Kinsey, Dr. Merri
Rock Island Miss Maggie Dart. Miss
Grace Dar., Miss Lonie Weyerhauser,
Miss Hulier. Miss Webtier, Miss Hull; F
J Kinuey, John Gait. Dr Geo Bibcock,
Geo Pleasants, I S While. Gus Tegoler.
W B Meytrs, John Weyerhauser, Otto
Huber, C C Truesdale, Maj McGinn U.
Davenport Wm Wadsworth and wife,
J K Preston and wife. Miss Preston. Miss
Preston, Miss Norma Allen, MUs Anaa
Smith, Miss Josie Parker, Miss Kuhnen,
Miss Leona-d, Miss Lnnnipr. L M Allen.
H T Wadsvorth. Ed Vm Patten. Dr
Parker, Walter Freeman, J P C ok, J P
Donahue. fick Kuhnen, W P Kiser,
ChioHgo Miss Kimball, Miss Hender
son, Mr Adims. Mr Downs, the Misses
8t Louis Miss Mansur.
Peoria Miss Dwisrht.
Sterling Miss Crawford.
Joliet J R Graham and wife, Mis
Clinton Mrs J D Chapman. Miss
Oaleshur;: E S Gunnel!.
West Chnster, Pa. Miss Mc.Farland.
Thecuisiae, the serving of which was
in charge of Terrell and his corps, was
spread in tie supper room adjoining the
hall, the refreshments being light and
dainty, but varied and abundant.
OTHER SOCIETY EVENTS.
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Velie, of Moline,
give a reception tomorrow evening.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Reimers entertained
in a most delightful manner a large card
party last vening.
A dinner party is to be given by Mr.
John D. Ctdy, of Moline, this evening, in
honor of tl e Chicago guests of Mr. and
Mrs. C. H. Deere.
The Wist End Progressive Euchre
club met at the residence of Maj. and
Mrs. L. M. Buford last evening. There
was amusement for several tables. Fine
refreshment were served.
On the occasion of his birthday anoN
versary laU evening, Mr. E. D. Folsom
was surprised at his home, Fourth avenue
and Twelfth street, by a Dumber of his
friends and the evening proved a happy
one to all present.
A pleasant party was given at the
Island City club rooms in Star block last
evening by the ladies who presented the
flag to the Island City club last fall. It
was an imitation affair and highly en
joyable in all respects. There were
Rock I-land Misses Maggie Brady,
Sadie Montgomery, Sumh Mackin, Mollis
McEniry, Jennie Kane, Hannah, Kate
and Jennio Dolly, Hattie and Aggie Kin
ney, Mary Maroney; Minnie Ryan, Ster
ling. Davenport Misses Anna Mullins,
Katie Joies, Lydia Harrison, Macrgie
Jones. Rock Inland Messrs J as L Bra
dy, John Kinney, Thos LtVelle, John
Kane, Thus and John Dolly, John Bra
dy, Fred Young, Jus and Thos Reidy,
John Lor ney, M J Murrin, P H Horn,
Wm McE liry. Frank Kane, Wm Lynch.
Davenport Messrs. Jas Lindley, John
Mullins, Frank Harrison.
Tiio "Kerry w."
Joe Mirpby's great Irish comedy
drama, "The Kerry Gow," is to be pre
sented at Harper's theatre tomorrow
night, and indications are that the largest
audience of the season will be present.
The Pittsburgh Dispatch says:
"Kerry Gow" was received at the opera
house by a fair Monday night audience.
The piece is not strictly new, having been
played here but once before. It is of the
sensational style, and strictly Irish. Mr.
Murphy tas long enjoyed a fine reputa
tion an an Irish comedian, while his com
pany is composed of rather belter talent
than is umally found in companies play
ing this kind of business. The songs,
the carrier pigeons, the smithy, shoeing
the horse the scenery, all taken together,
make "Ksrry Gow" a decidedly interest
ing play. There is none of Irish bar
lesque or alleged funny business about it.
Those pnssent grew quite enthusiastic at
times, loudly applauding the wis ana
repartee of Dan.
Columbus discovered America and Edl
on invented the phonograph, but it re
mained t jt Dr. Bull to invent the remedy
of the iw. "The Cough. Sirup," the
A COLLIER'S FATE.
Craahrd ta Death la a Hlie aear Coal
Valley-Particular of the Sad Fa
tality. Coax. Vallkt. Jan. 23. A fatal acci
dent occurred at the Blossom coal mine,
owned and operated by R. Somerson and
located about three miles from town, at
4 o'clock yesterday atternoon, John Ad
ams, one of the miners, being the victim.
H was working in a pillar, which is usu
a iy regarded as more or less dangerous,
as there is a strata of top coal above,
which is subject to fall without notice.
This was the case yesterday, and young
Adams was struck with great force in the
back of the head, bis head beinir
pressed forward against a chunck
of coal which made a deep in
cision and laid the scalp open for
several inches, besides inflicting other
wounds. He was released from his ter
rible position by brother miners as soon
as the coal could be removed, and found
in a sitting posture bis bead forced down
between his knees. He was then breath
ing heavily, and being conveyed into the
open air, died in twenty minutes. It is
believed the immediate cause of death
was concussion of the brain.
His remains were brought to his
father's home in Coal Valley! He was a
sen of W m. Adams, a sinirle man twenty
six years of age, industrious in his habits,
modest and unassuming. His mother is
prostrated with the shock of the accident
and the other member of the family are
deeply grief stricken. He was a member
of Coal Valley Lodge. A. F. and A. M.,
and the funeral will be conducted under
the auspices of that order tomorrow
afternoon with interment at Coal Valley
Coroner Hawes went tr Coal Valley
this morning and held an inquest on the
remains of the unfortunate young mm,
summoning as a jury: Thomas Martin,
Thomas J. Murphy. John T. Hafs, L. M.
Nelson, James.Reed and T. R. Lees The
testimony of Joseph Bardsley, Robert
Buckley. Richard Callahan, T. J. Murphy,
coal miners, Robert Sommerson, mine
owner, and Dr. Martin, physician, con
firmed the facts as related above and a
verdict was rendered to the effect tbat
John H. Adams "came to bis death by
being crushed by a fall of top coal
in the old Blossomburg coal mines now
being worked by the firm of Sommerson
& Co., of Coal Valley; that the accident
was unavoidable and we find no blame
attached to anyone."
A Perilous Mliuatlon.
The Davenport Democrat Qaiette tells
of a thrilling scene which wis witnessed
on the ice near the Iowa shore Monday
afternoon. Ice had formed in the still
water there to the depth of six to eight
inches, the field extending several hun
dred feet from the shore. For several
days brewers had a force of men cutting
ice and hauling it away with teams, and
at the time named, their work came to an
abrupt termination. The middle channel
of the river was almost free of ice; the
rise of water and milder temperature to
gether, loosened the field of ice which
wb being worked, at the shore. But the
fact last named had not dawned upon the
workmen. So while two or three teams
and a dozen to fifteen men were on the
field, it commenced to move. It moved
toward the main channel and down
stream. All the workmen, excepting
the drivers, put for shore and reached
it, the most of them after wading
But it wss impossible to g?t the horses
and wagons off the ice and down stream
they went with the field. The horses saw
that something was wrong, and neiched
and whinnied, stamped and reared, as if
conscious of great peril.
As many as a thousand people soon
gathered on the river bank to see the ice
move with its load. They gazed in fear,
too expecting the field to break where
the weight was where the horses were
stamping. Their fears were not realized.
The field floated with comparative swift
ness until it lodged against the upper end
of Credit Island, where it lodged against
thick ice. The drivers hurried their
horses and wagons on to the island in
quick time, and great gladness. From
the island to the main shore there was a
safe passage over the ice bridge. And
by 7 o'clock the teams were safe in their
The trespass suit of Craig vs. Silvis
came to an end in the circuit court last
evening, the jury returning a' verdict for
the defendant. A motion was entered
by the plaintiff for a new trial.
The case of Harmon Marshall vs. Ed
ward Wilson, was then called up. It is
an appeal case founded on an attachment
made by the plaintiff upon some property
belonging to the defendant and situated
in LaSalle county. The case was tried to
Decree of divorce was granted in the
case of Rose Van Horn against Chas .
This afternoon the case of Sieerist
against Siegnst was taken up in the cir
cuit court, it being an appeal from the
justice's court. Messrs. J. T. Ken wor
thy and Saville Johnston are the oppos
A jury was selected in the damage case
of John Blakemore vs the city of Rock
Island this morning, but the case was
postponed until tomorrow morning.
The latest example of making art sub
servient to trade is shown by the Union
Coffee Co., of New York, in the introduc
tion of their Patent New Process Alaroma
and Bunola coffees, by presenting to the
purchasers of the above brands of coffee,
beautiful medals bearing likenesses of the
favorites, Mary Anderson, Adelina Patti,
Ellen Terry, Clara Morris and Ada Rehan.
We bave seen the above medals, and, as
works of art, the exquisite engraving of
the faces puts to shame the boasted work
of the U. 8. milt in the engraving of the
heads upon our national coins. In Ameri
ca's greatest favorite.Mary Anderson, the
artist has been most fortunate, not only
in reproducing the exquisitely beautiful
face, but in expressing the noble ambi
tion that animates the face of the great
actress. The perfect beauty of the faces
upon these medals will best be appre
ciated after examination under the mag'
nifying glass. From an artistic standi
point, these medals will be highly valued
as souvenirs of 'art, while to those who
have been entertained by either of the
above artistes, they will be a memento
that will become more valuable as the
years pass by.
"Mamma" said a little three year old.
"papa says you wern't pretty last week,
but you are beautiful today." "Ahl my
child, last week I bad neuralgia, this
week I have salvation oil.
Go to the fair in Turner hall this evens
Go to the fair at Turner hall this even
Mr. John Elgington, of Edgiogton, was
in the city today.
Everybody is going to the fair at Tur
ner hall this evening.
Admission only 10 cents to the fair at
Turner hall this evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Tarpy, of Elg
ington, were in the city today.
The Franklin Hose company's fair will
continue this and tomorrow evening.
The price of admission to the Frank
lin Hose company's fair is only 10 cents.
Overcoats, caps, loves, and all heavy
goods are going at cost at the Golden
Call and be convinced that the Golden
Eagle is selling overcoats and all heavy
goods at cost.
Nice bananas, oranges and lemons, bot
peanuts, and fresh cocoanuts at Boro's,
under the bank.
A new baby boy arrived at the resi
dence of Frank Shinstrom, on Big Island,
the first of the week.
100 prize $1 dinners and 150 receipts
for cooking eggs. Don't miss it! 25
cents at Crampton'a.
Mr. S. E. Goodlow of Rural, returned
this morning from Chicago, where he
sold a car load of hogs.
Invest now for next winter. The Gol
den Eagle will sell you anything in the
way of heavy goods at cost.
Do not put it off any longer, but in
vest now in heavy clothing while you can
get them at cost at the Golden Eagle.
All Knights of Pythias, especially
those interested in the formation of a
uniform rank, are requested to attend the
meet'rg at their Castle hall tonight.
They must go. The Golden Esgle is
bound to close out its overcoats. They
do not propose to carry any over. All
going at cost. Call and satisfy yourself.
Meetings at 3 o'clock at the First Bap
tist church were commenced yesterday,
and these with the evening meetings will
be continued from this on until further
Mr. E. P. Reyno'ds has received the
contract for $1,500,000 worth of railroad
construction work in Louisiana, and Mr.
F. P. Welch leaves for the south shortly
to look after Mr. Reynolds' interest
Mr. Ben. Reynolds being in charge.
No advertising dodge but real facts
the sacrifice sale of fur and men's
furnishing goods. The stock is for sale
away below what it cost. Remerr.ber
the place, the assignee sale of Robinson
The ladies' auxiliary of the Christian
Chapel, will give an English tea on Fri
day evening of this week at the church
Admission, the price of an English shil
ling. Children under twelve years half
At Springfield yesterday, the state
senate confirmed the reappointment of C.
H. Deere as member of the board of labor
statistics, J. M. Gould as member of the
board of public charities, and Joshua
Lindahl as curator of the state museum
of natural history.
It is reported from Eau Claire that
Frederick Weyerhaaser's agents are ne
gotiating another $600,000 deal in Chip
pewa and St. Croix pine lands. A well
posted iumberman thinks the negotia
tions will result in the purchase by
Weyerhsuser of the Knapp-Stout com
psny's vast interests in that region.
Several merchants who keep their
names continuously before the people
slate that they have enjoyed a steady
run of trade since the holidays. This
demonstrates the fact that if you bave
something good to offer and invite peo
pie to come, good trade can be secured
during what are considered the dullest
The Burlington Brotherhood have had
an official visit from Engineer Hayes,
chairman of the general grievance com
mittee of the Minneapolis & St. Louis,
aud Engineer Perley, chairman of the
general grievance committee of the Ore
gon Navigation Company. The men ore
making a tour of the Burlington system
in the interests of the strike settlement,
and while they imparted no information
to the brotherhood here beyond what has
been given to the public through the
press, they gave the assurance that it
would all be settled by Feb. 1.
Elgin has a genuine clerical crank.
His name is Milton and he preaches
against pretty nearly everything. Latter
ly be has turned his attention to the Ma
sons and alleges tbat in denouncing them
he has taken his life in his. hands. He
also attacked the liberal preachers who
have lately visited Elgin and devoted Dr.
Thomas and Prof. Swing and others to
eternal fire and brimstone. Mr. Milton
some time ago created a schism by
preaching tbat no frequent smoker could
come into communion with God and tbat
he would rather have his daughter marry
a man who drank than one who smoked .
He also at one time preached that the in
vention of the printing press was a curse,
inasmuch as it caused ungodly tyoks to
Injured Magnetism In Iran Vessels.
The other magnetic qualities of u ship are
comparatively stable, but this is treacherous
ejid changeable to a degree that necessitates
constant riligance to prevent disaster. On
the great flix't of transatlantic steamers it is
more likely to l.wt Into danger than on other
routes; tUe bhirH steer a generally easterly
tourse going to Europe, and a westerly one
coming to New York ; the magnetic influence
on the outward trip is the opposite of that re
turniug: the ships run at a high ratoof speed,
and the induction varies on different parts of
th-1 routts, according -to the intensity of the
magnetU- fiolJ passed over, the smoothness or
roughness of the K;a which afToctB the motion
of tlio ship, and tbe warmth or coqjness of
I OeaJ of attributing tho loes of vessels
when approaching a coast to tho maguelic
effects of fogs aud land, and other improba
ble influences upon tbe compass, it were much
more reasonable to ascribe it to the changed
conditions of her magnetism by induction
during the passage, and which has not been
discovered or kept account of by frequent
azimuths previous to closing in with the land.
Suddenly, a course that the captain thought
perfectly safe carries the ship upon a shoal or
rock, and the fault is laid upon the com
passes, whereas they but obeyed tbe magnetic
influences that became altered, during a long
passage, from what these influences were
when the ship was last swung to determine
the deviations of her compasses. X. A. Lyons
u roptuar Kcienoa Monthly.
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 the
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. Fhkd Has a. Pres.
Attention Knignts of Pythias!
All members of bu Paul lodge are re
quested to be at their Castle hall this
(Wednesday) evening. Important busi
ness and work in the rank ef page Visit
ing KnighU cordially invited. By order
Geo. B. Stebbins, C C.
F. J. Hodoes. K. R. & S.
O. A. Stiil, - Maniger.
OKB HIOHT OTXLX.
Thursday, Jan. 24th
The DUtlngalshed Irish Comedian and Vo
In the lute Fred. Msrsden'e Greatest of all
Irish Dramas, the
Played by him with onparslled inccefg for IS
consecutive reasons in all the principal citlaa and
leading thca1re in America.
"A Comedy Drama without equal," predentin?
not only n-ahttic picture of life and Jove In the
Kmerald Isle, but an every day tale In every land.
Supported by the talented young leading
"d a earef nllv selected Dramatic Companv.
PRT( E9 Vb, 60. 75c and 11.00; reserved seats
to be bad at Clemann & Salzmano'a three days Id
Turner Grand Opera House.
SUNDAY AND MONDAY I Torj 97 0 OQ
Grand Setndt Mat siE, OUiil. CI GE UO
The season's Tragic Event; America's Great
Tragedian. Root Downing nnder the manage
ment of Mr. J.. H Mack, in GranH and Realistic
Productions of the Legitimate Drama.
Sunday Matinee First presentation in Daven
port ot John H. Wilkina' Beautiful
St. Marc,the Soldier ol Fortune
Sunday evening, Shakespeare's Masterpiece,
Mr, Down-ng as Marc Antony.
Monday evening Grandest production ever given
vi rurrcni aim .ticiuijoupu agreateM snccesa,
SPARTACUS, The Gladiator.
Which will be presented here In all Its mml.
tnde a seen in the memorable engagements at the
Star thea.re. New York city, and the Grand opera
house, the Boston theatre, Boaton. and the princi
pal legitimate ihcatres of the conntrv. A car load
of magnificent icenerv. orereona coatnma. hla.
luncai armor, propen.es and implements and tm-
(iiomenn or war, ani the most powerful support
ing companv of Ame ica
PRICES Evening: S1.S5. f 1. 75 and Scents.
Matinee: Ski. 7.V Hil atiri "i conta
No eitra charge for reserved seats. Seats on
sate eanesaay. at tsowlhy's music e ore.
Every Wednesday Evening.
Admissiou 3o Cents.
Good order maintained. Objectionable
characters strictly prohibited.
Street ears for Moline after dance.
GE 1. s-TROEHLE.
CUAS. BLEI KR.
and a fall line of
Coder Roek Island Bouse.
WE OFFER FOR SALE
Important Points are:
1st. Interest is 7 per cent net to Lender.
&d. We collect Interest without ehirgs.
Sd. Loans Offered ara flninnlat And Invaatnv
net his papers at once.
4th. We examine the records annually for de
linquent t es on lands covered by oar mortgages.
6th. Oar agent inspects each (arm before we
make a loan on it.
flth. We make a specialty of Farm Loans.
Tth. No pains or expense) spared by as to make
oor bn inees as safe for oar client as experience,
good faith and skill can make it
8th. Investors can be supplied with loans for
tM and upwards.
Call or write for circular.
H. U. HEMtEY, Attorney,
Rooms 80, 81, 82 Masonic Temple,
Begin their inventory. They are Btill offering bargains all
through the house to decrease the stock before
. beginning the above ordeal.
Diess Goods, Hosiery,
Gloves, Blankets, Yarns,
Underwear and Linens,
Cloaks Must Go !
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 suits up in the latest styles.
UTS PTITCrES ATITT, T.OW.
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 Blight, Clean Scranton
White Ash and the Purest LEHIGH Mined in Amer
ica. Go to our Yards, Fourth and Front streets, Daven
port, la., and see the Handsomest Coal in the market.
J. S. "WYLIE,
Telephone, No. 1.
New m Street Qrccery
DANQUABD & 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 larges Dining Room in the tri-clties seating capacity 850 persons.
85 cents 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. GORDOIf. Proprietor.
Fire Kenticty Bonrlion $1.75 Her Ballon
KOHN & ADLER'S,
P03T OFFICE BLOCK. :
98end for Price List. P. O. Box 82.
Kidney and Lirer Fills
War fhm cm at JJmmr aMm svmi
aca diseases. TkeeeeekbfmuiolUmf.Mt.ir.
l&f tae place of the note expenslTe iiemiilhs far
kMaer sad ttrer eompUinU, sad are far eapeTioc.
BtoreeeUT takes, sod k fact are the beat ttilnc
ew latiudeved for all disease of the Iddaen
mnA II... . i-W - j . i -
sid. swabin. gnawing sad bonlaa pains at the
Pit of the atonach, yellow skin, coated tuurna.
ceasing ap of lha food aftar eating, taaaauoaiiun
fc. ww- am wm m i amy put
diaaer : for dhwrder ot tbe siaaeya. twa, two or
throe thaca a week ma Ul raUead; for danders
GIVE THEM A TRIAL.
NONE EQUAL THEM
The proprietor will forward tfcera to any sHilim
" u.w i Mia prise.
25 Cts a Bottle.
Masonic Temple, No. 1.
Second avenue. Rock Island.
ROCK ISLAND, ILLS.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Cures Coughs. Colds, Hoarseness, Cronp
Whooping Cough. Spitting of
Blood and all Diseases
of the Lungs.
One trial is a I that is necessary to connate
you that It it the beat Cough kerned? saada, so
next time ;ou have a tough or cold, call sad get
Price 10. 35 and 60 cents.
Call for circular containing testimonials.
T. H. Thomas.
W. B. Abors foods sUppad to an address oa
rtcelptof the prise.