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TIIE"ItOCK ISTiAND ARQTJS: TUESDAY. JANUARY 29, 19.
I. Y. Custom House.
We have just received and placed on
mlf the ltrel line of
15 M BROIDERIES
we nave ever hern able to lay before eur
rutrDier8. Ourordets were ylaccd near
ly oit months ago at time when all la
)l0r troubles hud been settled among the
emn'eyees in the St. Gull districts and at
a period when orders were being snlicU
iidst a discount from 12J to 15 per cent
tfj.iw the lowest figures ev.r before
resrhed. Yon will be readily convinced
f these far is as soon as you see how we
Imve lowered the prices and at the same
time secured an improved class of work
T e atiems are more dainty, more ar
i title, nnd the work shows more skill.
We open thousands of yards of nar
rnw, medium end wide edgings and in
ertmes ho'h in cambric, nainsook and
Swi-4 Flouncings and full skirt widths
in hII qnnlities of of Swiss, nainsook and
ramhnn. with all widths of edginps and
insertion1 to match. Also all over em-hronl-ries
to match with the sets in dif
ferent widths. The choicest patterns
will k rapidly.
1714. 1716. 1718. 1720 and 1723 Skoond Avesce. Rock Island.
NO IE PRICES.
American Bible Societies Bibles at
Oxford Biltles at cost.
Raster Bibles at cost.
Window Shades at cost.
Wh'A Papers very cheap.
Alliums of City of Rock Island 50c.
22x28 EDgravings 47c.
at cost. A job lot of
at your own prices.
KINGSBURY & SON,
lTi'5 Second Avenue.
We are Uih Western agents for the stove iiianufcictuies
of Tapliv, Rick & Co., and carry the largest stork of
stores west of Chicago. In baying of us you virtually
hay of the manufacturers and at lower prices than any
retail dealer can afford to make. It will pay you to see
us before you buy anything in the shape of a stove.
WILLARD BAKER & CO.,
Opposite Harper House, Rock Island.
NO. 1708 SECOND AVENUE.
We carry th largest and beat assorted stock of
in this vicinity, and at all times and make lowest prices.
Tinware, Copper Wash
Woodenware, ISTick Nacks.
For assortment, quality and prices it always pays
to trade at
BOTH FASHION AND FABRIC
The delivery has been slow and we
have just get them In stock 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, fastites, nainsooks and cambrics,
Bhzoo rephyrs, 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 Sfr, 4, 6 and 7J
cents per yard, which we challenge the
markets eist or west to match. Bazoo
zephyr 8c, Marabout plaids 9 ; per yard.
We only have space for a few quota
lions but we guarantee every price to
meet with the approval of the most cau
Ladies are 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 opened early this week.
The Best Inkstand
IN THE WORLD.
The air is not admitted into the Ink
Fountain, hence ink is preserved in its
origin til purity uo evaporation of ink
the pen guiire dip cup enables the writer
to regulate with aecuracy the quantity of
ink to be taken on the pen.
Call and examine or send for circular
KINGSBURY & SON.
1705 Second Avenue
SWING ON DANCING.
An Eminent Chicago Divine Takes
Ball Objrrtore nf the Pnlptt Rebuked
a the Oroanl that it l Poor .Policy
to Pay JHi irw Attention to Hlaor
Evils While Letting threat Wrong
Apiopos of fie vigorous and scathing
manner in which balls were denounced in
two ot the pul ( its of Rock Island Sunday
and the commotion that his been aroused
in the community as a result, the remarks
of the eminent Chicago preacher. Prof
Swing, on this same subject will be of
much interest. The Tribune of yesterday
morning thus reports the discourse:
Prof. Swine took for hUtext yesterday
these words of Luke: "We have toiled
all night and have caught nothing."
This gave Prof. Swing an opportunity
to criticise a certain class of clergymen
who have of Ute been wasting their own
time and that of their listeners in discus
sing inauguration balls and receptions.
"Our age denands," said Porf. Swing,
among other ttings, "that what powers
we possess sh.ill be wisely applied. If
there are any evils worse than the dance
and the Sundav newspaper they should
first be assailed. Some clergymen are
asking why the r cit-y brethren do not at
tack charily ha Is, inauguration halls and
the like. It is an injury to the dignity of
the christian minister to raise the inqui
ry. What an inquiry? Have the miN
lions 01 ibis co intry nil the education we
would wish to see them have. Are they
morally per fee t Are our laws all we
wish them to be. lr there are
moral chemistries to detect the differ
ence between an intuuraiion recep
tion and a bull it would be a question,
The cause of Christianity has buffered
long enough from synodical power. In
the eighteenth century woman was a
slave; man either a despot, a beggar, or
a scoundrel. And in this nineteenth cen
tury, when Christianity wants to benefit
mankind, certain moralists arise who
shed tears beca lse man would keep time
to music with Lis feet.
Prof. Swing related a little anecdote.
Thirty vears ao, in an Ohio village, a
poor widow was accused of breaking the
commandments by a neighbor. This
saintly man wanted the presbytery to
expel her. Tha poor widow's crime was
that she had csrried in the house on Sun
day overflowing buckets of maple sap
When the trial came on an elder, prob
ably a little i lore reasonable than the
saintly man, arise.
"The crime, :t seems to me," he said,
"is that this good man allowed a poor,
wetik woman to carry in these weighty
buckets herself without helping her.
"The inference," said Prof. Swing, "is
not that the clergy needs help, but that it
may well pass ty many forms of human
action to throw their weight against
sins that threaten the public. If the
church decrees that the playing of cards
for money is wrong that is well. But
if it adds: You must not play cards
at all, you must not go to dramatic
entertainments, good or bad. you must
not dDce. you must not go to parties,
you must not r ad novels all these many
decrees detract from the one, and the
church becomes- an enemy of the young
rather than its- friend. If the young
folks are coming buck to the church it is
only because she has become less despot
ic and more liberal The fewer the rules
of conduct the nore impressive great laws
become. The gieiest cnurch will be that
which accomplishes the urcaUiH tasks for
the greatest ends .
"A scolding pulpit is powerless; see
the result in the mid lie a;es. How shall
we educate the millions, make humanity
more moral, end intemperance, an1 fit
men for this gnat world and the next to
come? These are questions large enough
for our city put pits. For 1,500 years
during the dark and middle ages, Christ
wag absent from the human heart; the
church dragged a useless net in an empty
sea. Jesus did not drag His net in vain
He didn't talk t.gainst amusements. His
teachings were so fuel of self-evident
truths that He caught 5,fHK souls at one
time. The crowned heads trembled and
were alarmed lest all should be caught.
"If our critics," concluded Prof. Swing,
"will also go out and teach great truths
they will not ta k to empty benches."
Wrttlng Into Kunnlng Order.
Supt. Schnitger has everything about
in readiness to n ake the connection which
will complete the double track fromThir-ty-fifth
street to the middle of the block
between Seventeenth and Eighteenth
streets. This being done, the Union cars
will be brought down over the old line
via Thirty-flifth street, and the time re
duced to seven minute cars. This ar
rangement, it is expected will be inaug
urated about noon tomorrow, after which
time the TLirty-flflh street route
ill be designated by blue cars, while the
direct road, wiiich will eventually be
known as the red line absolutely, will
have some yellow cars on it until Supt.
Schnitger can g;t all overhauled and re
painted in proper color.
The paving and tracklaying operations
on the island progress slowly. Vehicles
are compelled f t r the present, after leav
ing the causeway, to go up around the
point to the main entrance nf the arsenal
instead of following Armstrong avenue.
Cars 11 and 12, the uewest and best
of the old line were provided with hand
some new stove fittings today.
The ICodmin Itifln Inspection.
The Rodman RiUes, Company A. Sixth
regiment, I. N. G., were officially in
spected by Col. Wm. Clendenin, Adj.
Simmon, and Majors Eittilsen and Abell,
last evening. There were a large num
ber of ladies in the galleries who gazed in
admiration upoi the military evolutions.
The company presented thirty men in
charge of Capt. CbanLon and Lieutenant
Stewart and ma le a fine appearance in
their regulation suits. At the close of
the drill, Col. Clendenin complimented
the boya highly upon their military ap
pearance and precision. .
In buying shoes at the M. & E. Is
1. Their stock is entirely new; no old
rusty shelf goods.
2. They carry all sizes ana widths
from aaa upward.
3. Mo shoes allowed to leave the store
unless they are a perfect fit.
4. They hav j the largest and finest
assortment west of Chicago.
6. Prices guaranteed to be lower than
those of any other dealer.
0. Satisfaction guaranteed. Should
any shoes not give full value, report to
the M. & K ; they will protect you.
Please bear in mind that M. a., nave
no convict labor goods; their shoes are
all direct from tte manufacturers, clean,
neat, new, servi ceable and stylish.
Last year 80:) vessels, nearly all of
steel, were built on the Clyde,
THE ICE HARVEST.
The Firm that are Catting About
Boric Ialamd and the Quality of the
Frlild Snbaiaaee Heathen De
mand. The ice harvest is on and every effort
is being employed to put in a good sup
ply while the weather is propitious.
Geo. K Lambert has a force at work cut
ting out crystal blocks nine to ten inches
in thickness directly opposite his store
house near the plow works, while P. & J.
Siegrist and W. Barker are near by.
Paulson Bros, are between the Rock
Island share and the Island of Rock Isl
and laying in a stock, of fine ice for I.
Huber'a brewery and for their own use.
J. S. Altman, the Davenport ice man, is
also cutting there. Mr. W. C. Huse, of
the St. Louis ice firm of Huse, Loomia &
Co., is cutting Rock river ice near Milan
and loading it into can for shipment to
There will be a large southern demand
for ice from this section of the country if
the crop continues promising. A promi
nent St. Louis ice merchant in a conver
sation with general freight agent, C. D.
Ives, of the B , C. R. & N., stated that
"If the present open weather continues
much longer, there will be a good demand
for ice in St. Louis. They have had ice
as late as February at St. Louis and so
the ice men are holding off as long as
possible before taking any definite steps.
If it comes off warm as the indications
are now, the orders will be great without
"They will need from 7,000 te 10.000
cars of ice in St. Louis, from this section
of the country," s iid Mr. Ives to a Cedar
Rtpids Gazette reporter yesterday. "We
do not expect to famish them with all of
it, but we expect to send at least 2 000
car loads before we quit. If it should re
main cold, however, it will knock us out,
as such weather as we have been having
will make ice at Rock Island and Daven
port and that will be a better point for
St. Louis people, because of the differ
ence in the freight."
"What will it cost the St. Louis deal
ers to get their ice from your territory,
"Well, it costs about $60 a car in the
first place, and a car holds twenty tons of
ice. There will be considerable shrink
age and the cost of cutting and storage,
so that St. Louis dealers will have to sell
it for five or six dollars per ton to get out
oa it at all. This is the reason they hes
itate giving us the order now If they
shou'd have a crop of ice, the smaller
dealers there would put in a stock, not
being able to come north, and that would
make a great loss for the large dealers
who had come north after ice here."
In the circuit court this morning, Wm.
H. Harper, the overcoat thief and genteel
burglar, plead guilty to -the charge of
grand larceny, burglary and two counts
of petty larceny. He made a pathetic ap
peal for mercy, weeping aloud as he told
his affecting story of evil doing, and say
ing that he would rather pass the remain
der of his days in .the penitentiary than
have his mother know that he bad been
imprisoned or sentenced to be imprisoned
for a tingle day. Harper's statement
made such a profouud impression upon
the members of the bar present that not
withstanding that the prisoner had Maj.
Beardsley to defend him, the lawyers
present held a consultation on the subject,
and as an outcome, Mr. E. D. Sweeney
interceded in the prisoner's behalf, plead-,
ing for a stay of proceedings until Har
per's past record could be investigated.
Mr. Geo. W. Kreisinger, of Chicago, als o
made feeling remarks. Ail this tended
to arouse the ire of State's Attorney
O'Mara, who expressed in no gentle
terms his indignation at the interference
of the bar at large. Judge Smith ap
peared to be moved with the proceedings,
but he declined to consider the petition
of tne bar and sentenced Harper to two
years in the penitentiary and admonished
him that he would suspend sentence upon
the minor charges until he had served his
term in prison.
Divorce was granted in the case of
Mary Murrin against Tbos. F. Mur
rin, and Mrs. Murrin was given the cus
tody of the child. This settles the case
over which there has been such pros
longed proceedings in the justice court.
In the case ot Blakemore vs. the Citv
of Rock Island, a motion by the plain
tiff's attorneys, Messrs. Ken worthy and
Entrikin to set aside the verdict of $1
rendered by the jury, was made and
granted, ao that Mr. Blakemore gels
a new trial at the May term of court.
The court held that if the plaintiff was
entitled to any verdict, be was at least
entitled to enough to pay his doctor bill.
Mr. Blakemore claims to have been in
jured by being thrown out of a wagon on
Thirty-fifth street by reason of there being
a ditch in the middle of the highway into
which he drove in the darkness of the
night on the 17th of last July, breaking the
anatomical neck of the humerus which
laid him up for two months. He de
manded $5,000 from the city for his inju
ry. The verdict was a victory for the city
and quite complimentary to the city at
torney who conducted the case with only
the assistance of his brother.
The court is being occupied today with
the injunction suit of H. D. Blakemore
against J. H. Wilson and the Moline
Buggy Co. Messrs. Adair Pleasants and
Charles Dunham appear for Mr. Blake
more and Messrs. Sweeney & Walker aud
G. W. Eretsinger for the defendants.
Plea for the Meapltal Galld.
Editor Abcb: -
Ruck Iblaxd, III., Jan 29. As the
Hospital Guild cannot raise money
enough from subscriptions to run the
hospital, they are compelled to resort
to public entertainments to help replenish
the treasury. If those persons who con
demn the ball as a means of raising mon
ey for the support of the hospital would
pledge the amount in subscriptions, these
entertainments could be done away with,
and the Guild saved much trouble and
hard work. But as there seems to be no
such prospect, the Guild feel their enter
prise should not be condemned, and hope
the charity bait will be well patronized.
1 i oanna"aw ,
Having disposed of our stock of boots
and shoes, and desiring to settle all out
standing accounts, I will be at the old
stand, 1718 Second avenue, for the next
80 days, where all bills against the firm
of Turner & 06. will be paid, and all
debtors are requested to call and settle.
Embroidery sale at McCabe Bros.
Fresh eggs, 15 cents a dozen, at Long's.
Fresh turkeys and chickens at C. C.
Muscatine Island sweet potatoes at C.
Dr. E. E. Rogers, of Port Byron, was
in the city today.
Admission only 10 cents to the rink
The Spring Cove toboggan slide is in
fine condition now.
The rink will be open Thursday night.
Admission 10 cents.
Go to the rink Thursday eveaiog. Ad
mission only 10 cents.
Great bargains at the assignee sale of
Robinson & Taliaferro's.
Nice bananas, Florida oranges, eating
apples and sweet potatoes, at Long's.
The wife of Hon. J. W. Stewart, of
Davenport, died yesterday morning, aged
Smart's west end "Fair " has just re
ceived all the latest novelties in valen
tines. The embroidery boom was fully inaug
urated Monday morning at McCabe
The wife of Postmaster J. F. Garnett,
of Poit Byron, was at the point of death
Candlemas wax candles at wholesale
and retail at A. Klotc's, 2203 Fourth
Go and see how far one dollar will go
at the assignee sale of Robinson & Tal
McCabe Bros, are selling embroideries
fully 15 per cent below the lowest ebb
eyer before reached.
Mr. and Mrs. James D. DuShano have
lost their little daughter, Eleanor, of
membraneous croup, aged five months.
McCabe Bros, are showing hundreds of
pieces of the newest things in white
goods that are on the market for spring,
Mr. O. W. Hawthorne, who is now
making his home in Washington, D. C ,
is in the city on a visit to relatives and
Charles, seven year old son of Mr. and
Mrs Chas. Oito, of 3302 Second avenue,
died at 7 o'clock last evening of diph
theria. Lost On Second avenue between Six
teenth and Eleventh streets, a silver
chain bracelet. Return to this office and
Henry Beale and Martha Filbert, of
Zuma, were married in the parlors of the
Rock Island house this afternoon by
Mr. Wm. J. Gamble has returned from
Hot Springs, and it is a regret to Say
that his rheumatic troubles have not been
benefitted by the trip.
State's Attorney P. O'Mara is arrang
ing to go to Colorado Sprints to recupe
rate as soon as the criminal business of
the term is completed.
In the public school at Andalusia there
are said to be four pairs of relatives,
ranging from five to seven years' and all
girls with one exception.
Train No. 14, the Denver express, on
the C, R. I. & P., due at 7:35 a. m , was
eight hours late today, owing to contend
ing with snow storms further west.
There will be a special meeting of the
Rock Is'and Building association Tues
day. January 29, for the purpose of loan
ing funds on Land at lowest rales.
The Murrin Smith abduction case
again came up before Justice Hawes this
afternoon and adjournment was taken
until Saturday morning at 9 o'clock.
Now it is reported that Mr. Fred Wey
erbauser is at the head of a syndicate
that is negotiating for the purchase of the
Enapp, Stout & Co. plant at Menominee,
Wis., and held at a valuation of $7,000,
000. There was a pleasant gathering of
young people at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Chas. Wilcox, 645 Twentieth street.
last evening, Miss Letta entertaining a
number of her friends in a most delight
A unanimous verdict from every lady
visiting McCabe Bros', embroidery de
partment that they are showing the
most delicate patterns, most artistic de
signs and host class of work ever shown
in this section.
A Winona man owns a dog to whose
collar he has attached the following: "I
will not be responsible for the damage
done to people who persist in discussing
'Robert Elsmere' in the dog's hearing he
can't stand everything."
The grand affair of the season will be
the invitation charity ball at the Harper
house, Feb. T. It is hoped all those re
ceiving invitations will attend and help
make tne ball a pronounced success,
social'y and financially.
A syndicate largely represented by
Davenport capitalists has purchased the
franchise of the street car company at
Stillwater, Minn., and proposes to stock
and operate the same by electricity. Dr.
W. L. Allen, president of the Central
electric railway, is at the head of the syns
The First Baptist church was crowded
last evening to hear Wm. Morrison, the
converted blacksmith, who speaks every
evening this week except Saturday.
Three persons were baptized and several
others received and will be baptized to
morrow evening. The work Seems to be
deepening all the time.
The handsome and talented American
actor, Robert Downing, gave a magnifi
cent presentation of the thrilling bloody
tragedy, "Spartacus.'' at Turner opera
house. Davenport, last night, to a large
audience, many of whom were from this
city. The scenery was new and espec
ially adapted to the play, the arena with
representation of crowded amphitheatre,
being particularly fine. The support
Circuit Clerk G. W. Gamble is now
well along toward recovery, and hopes to
pay a visit to his office toward the latter
part of the week. Mr. Gimble has rea
son to rejoice in three things: first, that
be has risen from such a fitful illness;
second, that be has a deputy who though
new to the duties of the office, has not
got one instrument behind in bis record
ing, notwithstanding that it has been a
time when court was in session and his
chief absent into the bargain, and , that
such men as County Clerk Donaldson are
to be found ready to take off their coats
and give things a lift when necessary.
An amusing Incident, which is vouched
for by a modest traveling man, occurred
on a sleeper the other morning and af
forded considerable fun for the rest of
the passengers in the car, says the Bur
lington Gazette. Nearly all the com part",
meats were closed up when a well dressed
lady came sailing down the car with her
bustle nicely fastened on the outside of
her dress, unconscious of the new style
she was introducing to the ladies present.
After considerable smiling was Indulged
in by the passengers, some kind-hearted
sister informed the wearer of her absent
mindedness, when she made a bee-line
for the next car and was seen no more.
Hard Coal Market.
Grate and egg size. $8 per ton; stove.
No. 4, and nut, f8 25 per ton; for best
quality of anthracite coal, screened and
delivered in any part of the city; 25 cents
per ton discount for cash. Cartage will
be added on all orders of less than a ton.
E Q Fbazkr.
Hood's Sarsaparilla is a purely vegeta
ble preparation, being free from injuri
ous ingredients. It is peculiar in its
O. A. Stisl, - Maatiger.
Wednesday, Jan. 30th.
Geo. H McOonald,
Illnetrated J.octure on Picturceqne
past and present.
"Very interesting." N. Y. Herald.
"A gre .-.t Irs on." N. O. Times-Democrat.
"One entertainment equal to a tour ol months
"An lietructtve evenings entertainment."
Price to all parts of the House
Seats now on sale at Clem&nn A Salzmsnn's.
Chs. Ji Steel,
ON B NIGHT ONLY,
Saturday, February 2d.
Lady Minstrels !
New Arabian Nights
PRICES 25, SO and T5 c nts. Seats now on
Every Wednesday Evening.
Admission 35 Cents.
Oood order maintained. Objectionable
characters strictly prohibited.
Street cars for Moline after dsnce.
GE . tTR lEHLE,
CHAS. BLKI ER.
and a full line of
C. C. Taylor
Uader Rock Island House.
WE OFFER FOR SALE
FAB IV LOANS.
Important Points are:
1st. Interest Is 7 per cent net to Leader.
Cxi. We collect Interest without charge.
Sd. Loans offered are complete and InT, stor
gets his papers at once.
4th. We examine the records annnally for de
linquent ta es on lands corerud by oar mortgagee.
6th. Onr agent Inspect each farm before we
make a loan on it
6th. We make a specialty of Farm Loans.
Tth. No pains or expense spared by as to make
onr business as ssfe for oar clients as eznerience.
good faith and skill oan make it
8th. InTestoncan.be supplied with loans for
9UU nod upwards.
Call or write for circular.
H.M. HENLEY. Attorney,
Rooms 30, 81. 82 Masonic Temple,
V. S H F. V.KJ. S,
Honorary graduate snd medallist ofthe Ontario
Veieri.ierjr Coil-Re; member of Montreal Veter
inary College, and member of the Veter nary Med
ic al AsfOcUUon, will treat on ttie lai-st end most
sctentifle principles all the diseases and abnormal
condition of the domesticated animal.
Examination, cousaltatioo and advice posltlve
Calls Promptly attended to.
. Charge moderate in every cue.
Office, residence and telephone calL Commar
tal hotel, Bock Island, liL
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!
MX! N TIRE BROS.
Rock Island, Illinois.
J. B ZIMMER,
No. 1810 Second arenue, is receiving dally his stock of
PALL AND WINTER GOODS
of the latest patterns. Call and examine them and remem
ber that he makes his suits up in the latest styles.
HIS PRIOES 'ARE LOW.
Wm. A damson.
Shops Corner Ninth St., and Seventh Avenue,
Rock Island, 111.
General Jobbing and Repairing j romptly done.
JSlPSecond Hand Machinery bought, so d and repaired.
New Elm Street Gr eery
DANQTJARD & BROWNER
FLOUR AND ITJEED
Family Groceries and Provisions,
They solicit a share of the trade and will make prices as low
as the lowest. Telephone onnections.
GIVE THE NEW FIRM A TRIAL.
H. D. FOLSOM,
No. 1707 Second avenue. Rock Island.
West Side Market Square,
Has the larges Dininq Room in the tri'cities seat in? capacity 250 persona.
25 rents buys a Rood wholesome meal
25 cents pays for a nights' lodging in clean beds.
City Boarders at reasonable rates.
P. 3. All must come jober. C. D. GORDON. Proprietor.
Pure Kentucky Bonrlion $1.75 per Gallon
KOHN & ADLER'8,
POST OFFICE BLOCK. :
sSend for Price List. P. O. Box 32.
Kley anil Liver Pills
ach disease. The celebrated d 11a ar fast tmk-
lnf the place of tha more expensive temedles for
Kiane ana uver compiainu, ana are lax apenor.
snore e Uy taken, and m fact ar the best thing
eyer mtrodaced for all disease of the kidney
and liver, sick headache, naiai ia tha hack and
Me, hvaribern. froaarrnjr and barain pains at the)
pit oi we aiomacn, reuowssin, coetea snagne,
coanlst ap of tha food after eating. inAammauon
of thefcldnei a-rarel, etc, and as a family pill
they have a Qaal. and ahoald be kept ta evaar
litiacttPMt sVvalek head sfhe-two artferM at
bedtime; foe dyspepsia, ana every day before
dinner: for disorder ol the s idaeya. two, two or
three time a week nctll relic vedt for disorder
of the liver, and hnioasar. three or fou as r
GIVE THEM A TRIAL.
NONE EQUAL THEM
The proprietor wm forward them to any aiVtTsss
by mail, oa receipt of price.
25 Cts a Bottle.
Made only by
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ROCK ISLAND, ILLS.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Cures Coughs, ColdsJIIoarseness, Ore up
Whooping Cough. Spitting of
Blood "a ndall (Disessea
of, the Lungs.
One trial it' s i that Is necessary to convince
yon tbt It 1 lb best Coni(h hemedy mad, re
next time yon,uave a lOugU or cold, call and get
Price 10. 25 and 50 cents.
Call for circular.coatainlngltestimoalals.
- ' Manufactured bj
T. H. Thomas.
H . B. Above eoods slilppsd to any address oa
receipt of the price .