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THE ItOCK IRT.AND Ait6U8 MONDAY, JANUARY 2H, 19.
I. Y. Cflstoi House.
We have just received and placed on
gnle the lnnMst line of
we have ever bwn able to lay before eur
customer. Ourorkers were ylaced near
ly six months b(?o at a time when all la
bor troubles bud been settled among the
employees at the St. Gall districts and at
b period when orders were being solici
ted at a discount from 12 to 15 per cent
In-low the lowest figures tvr before
retched. You will be readily convinced
of these fucts as soon as you see bw we
have lowered tbe prices and at the same
time secured an improved class of work.
The ptiutrns are more dainty, more ar
tisti( ant the work shows more skill.
We open thousands of yards of nar
row, medium and wide edgings and in
firrringn bo'li in cambric, nainsook and
Swim Flouncing and full skirt widths
in all qii'tlitit-s of of Swiss, nainsook and
furtibnc. with all widths of edgings and
insertions to match. Also all over em
hrord Ties to match with' the sets in dif
ferent widths. The choicest patterns
will k rapidly.
1714. 1716. 1718. 1730 and 1723 Skcond Avekcb. Rook Island.
NO IE PRICES.
American Bible Societies Bibles at
Oxford Bitiles at cost.
Bgstcr Bibles 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,
1705 Second Avenue.
tSfCall and examine our Goods and prices.
KANN & FLEMING,
ISTo. 1811 Second Avenue,
Between Eighteenth and Nineteenth Streets,
(KKLEU3TRAS3 Building) ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
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Wo hare the largest stock in the city, and are bound to sell, and prices are
going to make it go.
0"Painting, Graining and Paper Hanging done on short notice. All work
guaranteed. Don't fail to note the place.
Cor. Second Ave., and 15th street. , SUTCL1FFE BROS.
BOTH FASHION AND FABRIC
The delivery has been slow and we
have just get them in sloe for this week's
trade. The styles are elaborate in de
sign and rich in variety. Plain and fig
ured Swisses, mulls, India linons, lawns,
piques, halites, nainsooks and cambrics.
Bazoo sepbyrs, Edelwies plaids and
stripes; check, plaid, stripe and fancy
piques; printed plaids, fancy plaids, Ve
rona plaids. Marabout plaids, Monando
plaids, colored plaids, lace plaids and
dozens of fancy styles too numerous to
We quote piques at 8. 4, 6 and 7
cents per yard, which we challenge the
markets eist or west to match. Bazoo
zephyr 8c, Marabout plaids 9
We only have space for a few quota
tions but we guarantee every price to
meet with the approval of tbe most cau
Ladies arc most cordially invited to
look over these goods. No one asked to
buy. To see will be to possess. Nearly
17. 000 yards received last week and large
additions to be oponed early ibis week.
The Best Inkstand
IN THE WORLD.
The air is not admitted into the lak
Fountain, hence itjk is preserved in its
original purity no evaporation of ink
the pen gunge dip cup enables the writer
to regulate with accuracy the quautity of
ink to be taken on the pen.
Call and examine or send for circular
KINGSBURY & SON.
1705 Second Avenue.
and Dealers in-
at a BARGAIN
V . , ' .v'llM
Hot Shot Poured Into Two Society
Ball Room rieanarea and Progressive
Eathro Entertainments Vlaorni.ly
Ienoanel aa Social Evils More
SCATHING DR SO NC CATIONS FROM MR. LK
I.AMD At the Pin t BaptiEt church yesterday
Rev. II. C. Leland took for his subject
"What of Sa.an'a snares, the ball and tbe
lottery dressed in tbe sacred guise of
charity . " T he announcement of tbe sub
ject had dra in an audience somewhat
larger than isual and the church was well
filled and it is needless to say the sermon
received the closest attention of all. Mr.
Leland'a add ress was certainly interesting,
for be bandit d tbe subject under discus
sion with ungloved hands and proceeded
to assail some of the modern institutions
in a manner which at least entitles bim
to credit for candor and fearlessness in
The text vas taken from I Peter iv:17:
"For the tinn U come that judgment mni-t be
gin t l he house or Uod : and if it flret begin at na
what shall the -nl be of ihem that obey not the
gCMpelof God? '
Mr. Lelacd commenced with a brief
history of tl e church both of earlier and
later days and said that tbe inconsisten
cies which bad gradually crept into it at
various periods had retarded its useful
ness and been such as to incur God's dis
plensure. He thought it the duty of the
pulpit to tpeak out against them. If
preachers d:d not, tbe newspapers would
not he asserted, and tbey would go on
unchecked. He recognized the news
papers as a valuable aid to the pulpit and
expressed tl.anks for many favors and
courtesies shown, speaking both in be
half of the church and person
ally. Chief of tbe sources of
grief to the holy spirit wa9 worldline9s
in the churches. There was a great need
of enlightenment on the tbiegs which
connected '.he church with the world.
The word of God was sent out as a
sword to divide truth from falsehood
and in dealicg with these subjects we
needed tbe whole armor of God. He was
glad that tbe subjects which be bad cho
son were to be presented from other
pulpits in the city also. There was a re
vival needel here in churches as well as
in other matters. It was needed when a
pastor and wife received an invitation to
a progressive euchre party. Progressive
euchre was a very common amusement.
Its patrons were among tbe churches and
among the respectable people of the com
munity, and yet it was gambling accord
ing to decisions by the courts, and if it
was so measured by the low plane of hu
man law, it certainly was condemned by
God's law. Mr. Leland here quoted from
the criminal code of Illinois as proof of
bis assertion that tbe game was nothing
more or less than gambling.
The lottery was another affair which
was very common. Tbe Louisiana state
lottery advertised openly and did busi
ness in definnce of the laws. The lottery
in itsilf was bad enough, but it was with
many an entering way for lower steps in
vice. Tbe principle of gambling was iu
dulged in to a startling extent right
here in Flock Island and seemed to
ba on tbe increase. Right at tbe
church do.jr almost for the last week
had been a fair which by selling chances
was a violation of the law. He had
nothing but praise for tbe noule fire fight
ers themselves, but it was a shame to our
people to oblige them to do so. Accord
ing to law. there was a $2,000 fiue on the
building a ad also on the opera house tor
a drawing recently held there, also on the
men who conducted tbe allair and sold
the tickets. There was a fine of not over
$100 and the law was weak in mak-
ng it so low on newspapers for adver
tising ant of these aSairs. Here Mr.
Leland read again from the crim
inal codi; which he referred to
readily explaining that he had bad a law
yer's assistance in the matter, in support
of bis assertions. No goods won by
raffle coul 1 be held by law and no one
could transfer such property and
give a le 'bl title. Church raffles were
affairs of the same kind, yet respect
able people took part in and were bene
fitted by them and glowing reports in
their favor seemed to be customary. He
hoped church members, business men
and citizens generally would be .high
minded enough to arise and wipe out all
Mr. Leland discussed theatres briefly,
quoting t ie language of Bjotb and otb
ors on the modern drama, and character
izing it generally as an open huckster of
Immorality. Under the head of charity
balls, Mr. Leland made a remarkably
vigorous attack upon tbe entire subject
of tbe modern dance, and quoted Dra.
Theodore Culver, J. H. Brookes and
others, in language unmeasurahly scatb
ing, which be said expressed bis own sen
timents. Yet tbe power of fashion bad
clothed t le custom with tbe semblance
of respectability, and even in the sacred
guise of charily its demonstrations were
approved and managed by Christians.
How low bad Christian charity fallen to
descend to such a level for so holy an
end. Tie project must compromise all
who engaged in it. Clothing the wolf
with the akin of a lamb, in all its ap
poin truer ts and conception, it was a de
lusion and a snare.
HOT SHOT FROM MB MF.LDRCM'S PULPIT.
The congregation of tbe Central church
yesterday morning, agreeably disappoint
ed of tbe blizzard predicted by the as
tronom. rs, encountered a veritable bliz
zard of a different kind, and one not
much more agreeable to many of them
than that which tbey were congratulating
themseltes upon having escaped. Tbe
countenances of the people aa tbey
emerged from the sanctuary after the ser
vice might have convinced the paseer-by
that something very unusual had struck
them. The pastor. Rev. A. B. Mel drum,
preached from tbe following text: I Cor.
7-81 and I Cor. 8:9:
There never was a day,' be said, when
christians were called upon more loudly
to occupy tbe highest plane of christian.
morality. There is a tendency tomato
too much of oar christian liberty to use
our liberty to tbe detriment of those who
are weak in tbe faith.
Tou will understand me more readily
when I specify tbe matter of our social
amusements. No one is more thoroughly
of the opinion than I am that the mirth
ful side of our nature needs to be provid
ed for. Nothing is easier than to manu
facture sins and to displace tbe ten com
mandments with a hundred of our own.
There is a solemnity that is more sinful
than laughter. Some men never laugh,
but have a ready talent for condemning
laughter in others. What they lack in
mirth they make up in censoriousnpss.
They have but a small endowment of life
to answer for and cannot comprehend the
many sided men, who, while open to nil
the influences of mirth, have their holy
hours of deep devotion. But while such
men as I have described are to be found
in every community, this community
does not seem to be in danger of being
overrun by. them. Tbe danger is in the
opposite direction. There are too many
who have named tbe name of Christ, who
do not preserve with sufficient distinct
ness the line which separates thoee who
love God from those who love bim not.
I am confronted every day by some
christian who exclaims: "Wbatl Am I
to give up my pleasures because there are
persons called 'weak brethren in the
world? These pleasures are to me per
fectly legitimate and I think it unreason
able that any man should be offended at
them." Now this seems a strong case
when viewed from any point' but
that of christian philanthropy. To be
able to look at a pleasure and yet
to keep It at arm's length for
the sake of a brother is tbe highest at
tainment of discipline. In proportion as
a man gives up any enjoyment for the
sake of his brother man who is liable to
fall, he gets at least a distant glimpse of
the Diviue Pbilanthropist who "pleased
not himself." Not only does there seem
little disposition now-a-days, to practice
ibis self discipline in regard to things that
are innocent enough in themselves, but it
is obvious that christians allow them
selves a much greater latitude with re
gard to their social enjoyments than for
merly. Old scruples have certainly been
surrendered. The time was when men
who made no pretentions to piety were
able to find sufficient recreation for them
selves within, at all events, the line drawn
by the law of the land, but it seems that
we have arrived at a day when even
christians in order to gratify their desire
for amusements may band themselves to
gether, and boldly bid these laws defi
ance. Were all indicted, who, according
to tbe most obvious reading of tbe laws
of tbis state prohibiting gambling, an
indictable, I would not undertake to say
to what extent our churches would be
represented among the number. But
apart from this aspect of the subject, I
am constrained to raise my voice against
some of the popular amusements of our
day, because of their deadening influence
upon tbe heart and conscience, because
of their direct tendency to lower the
standard of christian morality, and be
cause of tbe effectualness with which they
obli'erate moral distinctions in tbe minds
of tbe young and rising generation. My
protest is against everything that is a
menace to religion, and tepressive of
prayerful seriousness. I plead with you to
give countenance or aid to nothing that
is not in strictest keeping with tbe great
unwritten but inviolable law of christian
expediency. Do not be seduced by the
popular casuistry that because it is
coupled with the name of charity or
church that gambling is tantamount to
giving, and the ball room is trans
formed into a temple of christian
beneficence. If you can give anything
to relieve the poor and the suffer
ing, in tbe name of the dear Jesus
who pitied us and gave his life to save
us, give it and he will re war 1 you. but do
not compromise your religious principles
and do not degrade any good cause by
adopting methods for supporting it that
require you to come down from the lofty
plane of a pure christian life. To sup
port churches or charities by means of
lotteries, rnflltis, grab bags, etc., is con
trary to the very genius of true christian
beneficence, and that any poor, sickly
child of sorrow or disease must find his
entrance into a hospital through tbe
splendidly decked avenues of living
beings woo stand in Btalely dignity in the
ball room to let bim pass, seems to me
like tbe modern version of the "Dance of
Death." Of all the humbugs that are
perpetrated in the name of christian
charity, tbis seems to me the biggest.
I would not ask you to give up a sin
gle innocent amusement. I wish to God
christian parents did more than they do
to provide tor their children such recrea
tions as would make their homes so at
tractive that they would never be tempted
to steal away in search of more congenial
companionship. I believe that church
life too is too narrow in the range of its
sympathies. Our church buildings are too
exclusively temples of doctrine. Tbe
sterner side of Christianity is not seldom
too obtrusive, and an almost total blight
rests upon tbe joyward side of life.
(Jbristianity excludes dissipation as
destructive, it fosters recreation as not
only diverting but profitable. It will
doubtless seem to some pedantic to
argue that there should be as much in
telligence employed about our recrea-
tiona as about our more serious pursuits
but a moment's thought will serve to
create the impression that what has not
the endorsement of reason is seriously de
fective in character. "A short life and
a merry one," is the cry of dissipation.
"A noble life and an eternal one" is the
creed of the man who has learned tbe
secret of life from God.
THE BATTLE ONLY BEGCN.
While the bombardment opened yes
terday in two city pulpits may not be the
advance movement of a preconcerted
general attack, tbero are others to fol
low, Mr. Marquis having announced to
bis congregation yesterday. that be would
preach on dancing next Sunday evening
An Instructive Entertainment.
One of the most instructive entertain
ments of the season will be McDonald's
lecture at Harper's theatre, on Wedoes
day, on "Picturesque Italy: Past and
f resent. these entertainments are
illustrated with views from original nega
tives "made on the spot." and enlarged
by one of the most powerful stereo pti
cons, producing a pieture covering ore
six hundred square feet of canvas, mak
ing a grand reproduction of the principal
places of interest that we pass through in
our tours of the world. The lectures give
you a ful) decription of each view, call
ing your attention to all important events
and chief points of interest, making it
one of the mo st interesting, instructive
and popular entertainments of tbe day
Important Baniueao Chance.
Tbe Central shoe store of Wynes &
Schneider Saturday evening purchased
the stock, fixtures, etc., of the pioneer
shoe store of this city, if not the oldest
line of business of any sort that of tbe
Turner store, buying out Mr. Chas. E
Turner & Co. Hereafter Wynes &
Schneider will conduct both stores, Mr
Schneider devoting himself to the man
agement of the new store, while Mr
Wynes wil remain in charge of the Cen
tral. The firm will continue to maintain
its branch in Reynolds' Elm street block
PAID FOR THEIR CART.
Tae Franklin Fair Vlsoeo With. Be
antra Bxeredlnaly Satisfactory to
the Boys or the Enterprising: Com
pany. The Franklin Hose company fair closed
Saturday night as auspiciously as it
pened five nights before, and it is a fact
of much gratification to the enterprising
remen and their friends that the pros
ceeds of tbe fair more than meet tbe pay
ment of the $500 cart with which the
company has equipped itself. The even
ing was chiefly devoted to the auctioneer
ing off of the subscriptions to local
papers and other things donated for the
benefit of tbe company. Mr. Chas.
Hodges acted as auctioneer and he acted
well his part. Tbe bidding on tbe paper
subscriptions was lively and exciting.
The Daily Argus for one year brought
its full value, $6, Fred Hodges being the
buyer. The Daily Union held by its
publishers at $7.50 per year, brought
$5 50, being knocked down to Wm.
Roth. Tbe weekly Rock Jtlander held at
valuation of $2, was bought by Wins-
low Howard for $1 50
On the vote for the barrel of flour to
tbe best baker, Mrs. Phil Miller received
the prize with forty votes, to thirty-one
for John Aster and twelve for Palzin &
Prizes were awarded as the results of
raffle book sales as follows:
O Schneider, bob sleds: E.l Wagner,
accordion; G W Rochow, one sack flour;
Julia Beck, chair; H E Casteel, step lads
der; W Waldman, one ton f coal; tn
Buncher, chair; Th. Finman, castor and
plow; L Kramer, lamp; Cbns Hodges,
stove; Besie Blade, high chair; R
Nuesli, wringer; Wm McEniry. photo-
raphs; F V"gel, lamp and coat and
vest; Wm Endlich, steel engraving;
Louis Ritzier, men's Phoes; A Ruble,
syrup pitcher; Miller Schultz. clock; Wm
Ash, Lamp, harness and chair; Wm
Trinkenshuh, images; T B Ridy. hose
and reel; Joe Gatzweiler, -lamp; John
Mtvan Yonnaren Surprised.
Mr. Swan Youcgren was agreeably sur
prised at bis residence, corner Fourth
avenue and Ninth street, by a delegation
f ladies and gentlemen from tbis city
and Molinc Saturday night. His sut-
prise and confusion was increased when
be was presented with an elegant re
clining chair. At a suitable hour
the company were invited to sit
down to a palatable spread prepared by
Mrs. Youngren. Dancing and other
amusements were indulged in to a late
hour. Among those present were:
Rock Island Cbas Oberg and wife,
Louis Olson and wife, Mons Nelson and
wife, Daniel Oberg and wife, Petr Oberg
and wife, Charles Berquist and wife.
John Fast and wife, Mrs Youngbere,
Mrs Nelson, Mr Anderson. CUasBergren,
Chas Headberg. Andrew Holq.iisl. Swan
App'e. Henry Peterson, Freddie Nelson,
Martin, Elmer and Oscar Obtrg.
Moline Henry Anderson and wife.
Andrew Erii kson and wife, Chas Hed
strom aud wife, Wm Johnson and wife
Cl:as Hanson and wife, Miss Alma An
derson, Mrs Jorgensen.
It lias become a habit among boys all
over the city to "hook" rides on the back
platforms of street cars. Tne pract re is
very annoying one to the drivers and to
the riding puhl c. and a few arrests by the
police of tbe boys who thus make them
selves public nuisances, might set a good
sample, and lead others to behave them
Overcoats mighty cheap at M. & K 's.
All heavy goods at reduced prices at
M. & K's.
Admission only 10 cents to tbe rink
White goods and embroidery sale tbis
week at McCabe Bros.
Tbe Spring Cove toboggan slide is in
fine condition now.
Tbe rink will be open Thursday night.
Admission 10 cents.
Supervisor H. O. Norton, of Hampton,
was in tbe city today.
17,000 yards of white goods received
last week, at McCabe Bros.
Go to the rink Thursday evening. Ad
mission only 10 cents.
The great embroidery sale of the year
1889, this week at McCabe Bros.
Tbe Rodman Rifles are to be inspected
by Col. Wm. Clendenin this evening.
Mr. Chas. Wheaton, Albany's drug
gist, was in tbe city over the subbatb. 1
Smart's west end "Fair" bas just re
ceived all tbe latest novelties in valen
tines. Mr. Will O. Wh itehead returned tbis
morning from a ten days' business trip to
Candlemas wax candles at wholesale
and retail at A. Eloiz's. 2205 Fourth
Chas. Fiebig, the locksmith goes to
Allison tonight, to put a time lock on a
A citizen lit bis pipe this morning by
means of one of his eye glasses and the
rays of the sun.
McCabe Bros, will sell this week piques
at 8i, 4, 6 and 7 cents, all guaranteed to
be worth double or more.
Mrs. Lukens, mother of George Luk-
ens, of South Rock Island, has been lying
quite ill for tbe past few weeks.
Bazoo zephers 8 cents, Marabout
plaids 9 cents a yard tbis week at Mc
Cabe Bros white goods sale.
Scott county's new court house is corns
pleted and tbe removal of tbe county offl
cers'into it was commenced today.
Direct from the New York custom
bouse, tons of fresh bargains in embroi
deries. See McCabe Bros.' adv.
Lost Between Turner hall and Frank
lin hose house, a breast collar and pair of
tugs. Fiader will ba rewarded by leav
ing tbe same at tbe mill store.
There will be a special meeting of tbe
Rock Island Building association Tues
day, January 29, for the purpose of loan'
in funds on hand at lowest rates.
Bishop Burgess spent yesterday in the
city, the guest of the family of R. Cramp
ton. He officiated and preached at
Trinity church morning and evening.
M. a K. are determined to have your
shoe trade, and if it is a question of dol
lars and cents, they will get it goods
better and prices guaranteed lower than
The Clinton Xerct publishes nearly two
columns of interviews with representa
tive men on tbe proposition to vote a tax
for a pontoon bridge at that point, all
of tbem favoring the idea.
Air. and Airs. Wm. Heidman desire to
publicly express their thanks to all who
rendered them assistance and sympathy
dunng their late bereavement in the loss
of their little daughter, Maggie.
The insurance firm of Knowlton &
Loosley got settled in its handsomely
furnished new office over Thomas' drug
store Saturday. The apartments are
reached by an iron stairway and are the
finest suit of rooms for the purpose in
The great American tragedian, Robert
Downing, gave two brilliant entertain
ments at Turner grand opera bouse, Dav
enport yesterday, producing the roman
tic drama, "St. Marc," in the afternoon,
and Shakespeare's masterpiece, "Julius
Camr," in the evening, Mr. Downing
appearing as Marc Antony. Tonight the
grand Roman tragedy, the "Gladiator,"
will be presented with special scenery.
The street car track laying gang in the
employ of the Holmes syndirate plods
away despite the cold weather. This
morning salt was used to thawjhe hard
frozen ground and facilitate the pick
squad in tearing up the old worn out
wooden rails so that the track layers foK
lowing in their wake might replace them
with the Johnston tram steel rails, which
is the standard truck adopted by the
Grand Openlt g.
W. 8. Camtron & Sons, hatters and
men's furnishing dealers, Davenport,
Iowa, will have their grand opening at
their new s-ore, Nos. 224 and 220 Brady
street below Third street (Third and
Brady block) on Wednesday, Jan. 80,
afternoon and evening. Gentlemen aud
their ladies, also bachelors with their
second cousins are invited. Music by
Biehl's mnndoline quartette. Tbe eprirjg
style of Youman'a hats will be opened
up on thit day
Rock I land invited.
Having disposed of our stock of boots
and shoes, and desiring to settle all out
Handing accounts, I will be at the old
Rtand, 1712 Second avenue, for the next
30 days, where all bills against the firm
of Turner & Co will be paid and all
debtors are requested to call and settle.
Hood's Sarstparilla cures catarrh by
expelling impurity Trom the blood, which
is the cause of the complaint. Give it a
There is one kind of raw material that
is pretty plentiful iu the campaign year.
It is the hut rah material.
C. A. Steel, - - Manager.
Wednesday, Jan. 30th.
Geo. H McHonald,
Illustrated Lecture on Picturesque
PAST AND PRESENT.
"Very intereetirg ' N. Y Herald.
"A Rre;it lee on." N. O. Timen-Democrat.
"One entertainment equal to a tour ot mouths
An iietmctive eTening'e entertainment."
Rnff tlo Exprve.
Price to all parts of the House
Seat now on sle at Clemnnn Salzmann's.
Every Wednesday Evening.
Admission 35 Cents.
Good order maintained. Objectionable
characters strictly prohibited.
Street car for Moline after dance.
and a full line of
C. C. Taylor
Under Rock Island House.
WE OFFER FOR SALE-
Important Points are:
lit. Interest If ? per cent net to Lender.
Cxi. W collect Interest without charge.
Sd. Loans offered are complete and Inreitor
eu nil papers at once.
4th. We examine the records annually for de
linquent t' ea on lands covered by our mortgagee
6th. Oar agent Inspect each farm before we
maae a loan on u .
6th. We make a specialty of Farm Loans.
7th. No pains or expense spared by as to mak
oar oatiness a sare lor our clients a experience.
gooa iajiu ana skui can mate u
8th. Investors can be supplied with loans for
(uu no upwards.
Call or write for circular.
H. M. HENLEY, Attorney.
Rooms 80, 81. 83 Masonic Temple,
Begin their inventory. They are still offering bargains
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 Island. Illinois.
J. B ZIM
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 makes his emits np in the latest styles.
HIS PRICES ARK LOW.
Shops Corner Ninth St., and Seventh Avenue,
Rock Island, 111.
General Jobbing and Repairing promptly done.
JGigfSecond Hand Machinery bought, so d and repaired.
New Elm Street Grccery
DANQTJARD & BROWNER
FLOUR AND FEED
Family Groceries and Provisions,
They solicit a share of the trade and will make prices as low
as the lowest. Telephone connections.
GIVE THE NEW FIRM A TRIAL.
H. D. FOLSOM,
West Side Market Square,
II 3 the larges Dinina; Room in tbe tri-cities seating capacity 250 persons.
2-5 rents buys a good wholesome meal
25 cents pays for a nights' lodging in clean beds.
City Boarders at reasonable rates.
P. S. All must come sober. C. D. GORDOX. Proprietor.
Pure Kentncty Ws&wM-
KOECSr & ADLER'8,
POST OFFICE BLOCK. : : ; ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Send for Price List. P. O. Box S'i. .
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aen disease. Theee celebrated p llsto fast tak
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ing the place of tne more expenai ramadte for
kidney and liver complalnu, and are far aoparior,
more earlly taken, ana In fact are the best ti.tng
ever introduced for all diseaae of the kidneys
ana liver, ick tteaaacne, pain ia tn Decs ana
rid, hrartbarn. gnawinc and borolmr pa!na at lb
pit of the stomach, yellow akin, coated tongue,
coming Bp of th food after eating, inflammation
of tbe kidneys gravel, etc., and aa a family vlll
they have no equal, and ahoala b kept ia eeaiy
Directions: For fiek headache, two or three at
bedtime; for dyspepsia, on every day before
dinner: for disorder ot the skdaeya, two, two or
three time a week actll relieved t for disorder
of the liver, and liMWis lines, tare or foar aa re
quired. GIVE THEM A TRIAL.
NONE EQUAL THEM
Th proprietor win forward them to any aAdieaa
by mall, oa receipt of prica.
25 Cts a Bottle.
No. 1707 Second avenue, Rock Island.
ROCK ISLAND, ILLS.
Cures Couglis, ColdsIIoarsenesa, Croup
Whooping Cough, Spitting of
One trial is a 1 that I necessary to convince
yon that it u tbe best Cough Kemedy made, so
next time youjhave a tough or cold, call aad get
Price 10. 25 and SO cents. -Call
for circular. conUlnlng.testJmoalals.
;. Manufactured by
T. H. .Thomas
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