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THi: KOCK 1ST. ANT) ARGUS; WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6. 19
V lmU bo ' ti front thin wetk with
i, r umihI big b ireains for this season of
Finit f l'e loom, muslin 7 cents,
II 4 (2J yds wide) sheetings, 16Jf.
in. brown muslin, Za.
Wamsutta cambrics, belter than Lons
(!g'f, all week at 8 cents per yard.
Roho. anil furniture prints 3 cents.
0: ess style prints, full standard count,
.Vill also open standard indigo prints.
I'.ie lot of Turkey red table, linens will
l.e opened at 22 and 25 cents a yard.
I.ifL'H new lines, table linens, napkins.
inn els, crushes, etc., at prices to please
Oilier lines of new domestics, both
H'uple Htid finer, are being received, and
Ik nh liNtgaius will be added each day.
1714. 1716. 1718. 172 and 1732 ftKCoso Avkkck. Rock Isla.no .
t Reduce Stock !
American Biblo Societies Bibles at
Oxford Billies at cost.
Burster Bible at cost.
Window Shades at cost.
U'm'.I Pspers very cheap.
AIMim of City of Rock Island 50c.
22x28 Engravings 47c.
at cost. A job lot of
at your own prices
KIXOSBURY & SON,
17i'3 Second Avenue.
ANN & FLEMING,
tdSCall and examine our Goods and prices.
KAM & FLEMMING,
N"o. 1811 Second Avenue,
Between Eighteenth and Nineteenth Sireets,
(RF.LEUSTRA83 Building) ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
NO. 1708 SKCOND AVENUE.
We carry th largest and best assorted stock of
in this vicinity, and at all times and make lowest pricet.
Tinware, Copper Wash
W oodenware, Nick !N"acks.
For assortment, quality and pricea it always pays
"to trade at
Are before you with their annual
F" 3Ft E E
On Tuesday a. m., February 5, at 8
o'clock sharp we will commence a free
distribution of 1,500 comic valentines,
(one to each customer.)
Also at the tame hour we will place on
sale our stock of valentines for the season
1880. 200 card valentines at 5c worth
10. Our 2c la:e valentines are worth 5,
our 4c ones are worth 10 cents.
Our 5c ones are worth 15, and our 10c
ones are worth 20 and 25 cents. First
callers always pet boat selections.
Our book department is now supplied
with the Dore Bible Galleries, Paradise
Lost and Dante's Inferno. Remember all
are illustrated by QustaveDore.
The Best Inkstand
IM TUE WORLD.
The air is not admitted into the Ink
Fountain, hence ink is preserved in its
original purity no evaporation of ink
the pen gunge 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,
17U5 Second Avenue.
and Dealers in-
Those That Art Agitating the Pub
asirsfth(Hstiers Whlrk Reeelve
the Attention or the CewaMl Moa
day KtKht Crave Maattary di
ttos. The common council at its regular
meeting Monday sight passed upon eev
eral matters, which although noted fully
in the official records are of such public
importance as to merit a greater degree
of attention than that therein given, be
ing as they are issues requiring public
attention and comment.
The aldermanic body In the first place
decided not to go into the building busi
ness in the immediate futuie at least.
ine present matters in the ar
mory building, occupied by the city for
council chamber, city clerk's and mayor's
offices, city marshal's office and city pris
on will be re leased for a period of three
years with privilege of five. Although
the Abocs would like exceedingly to see
handsome city building located in
Lnion square and hopes to some day, it
believes that in tie city's present financial
condition such desires must be re
strained. The city has in the face
of existing facts acted wisely.
The proposition to sell the water works
is also admirably provided for in Alder
man Negus' resolution which the council
endorsed. This is a question that Is of
much public concern and upon the expe
diency or selling there is so
much variance of opinion, supported
by very stroig argument both
wars, that it is but tiht and proper that
the taxpayers and citizens generally
should have an pporluniiy to exercise
their right to speak upon It through the
medium of the billot, no matter what
may be the opinion of the council.
The council rig htly showed its approval
of the enterprise shown bv the Franklin
Hose company it the west part of town
by ordeilng a tel ;phoue put in the com
pany's house to lie used at night in con
necuoa wun me electric alarm service
recently introduced by that company
A company that shows, as the Franklins
have, such a d sire to be considered
wormy 01 me nt me or tiremen, is ens
tilled to every consideratlan and evidence
of approval that can be shown.
The council toe k a pecullarstand though
In reference to tbe heretofore reported
condition of the suburban slaughter
houses. Action in this particular, bow
ever, was prompted apparently by
a failure to comi rehend the true situs
tion. It is not toe idea that tbe city
should move against these nests of sani
tary contamination in order to abate
nuisances to South Rock Island. It is
witu a view of looking after its own in
terests and protecting the health of its
citizens that it nhonld act. The people
of South Rock Island may be annoyed in
consequence of 'be disease breeding at
mosphere that must ronie from these
places, but they are not placed
in the same jeopardy from consumption
of the beef that comes from such institu
tions that the piople of Rock Island are.
The question of the city's iunacticlioD
to abate a nuisance does not figure in
this case. The point to be considered is,
shall the city permit meat that is likely to
endanger the health of the populace to be
sold within its t orders? The Abgcs be
lieves that in the fare of the banded
opposition aud rebellion of the butchers,
injunction or no injunction, abattoir or
no abattoir, tbe city has the right to de
mand that all beeves slaughtered for tbe
market of the c ty, be inspected both be
fore and after killiDg, and tbe city should
exercise that right.
If the condition of affairs at the certain
suburban slaughter bouses is one hun
dredth part as bid as it has been reported
to be by tbe cc mmissioner of health of
this city and tjere is no reason why he
should misrepresent it tbe city has dit
regarded the sanitary welfare of its citi
zens in a most c insurable manner in deal
ing with them as it has.
As the matter now rests, the South
Rock Island au borities can abate these
nuisances or tli -y may continue to exist
and tbe people of Rock Island remain at
their mercy. Is- not this a serious state
of affairs to cot aider?
MortaMllty at HrsrAsUwa.
Mylo Lee, the erstwhile Rock Island
boy, has been distinguishing himself in a
society way at lieardgtown. The Enter
prise of that city of Saturday last says:
In honor of Miss Kate Clark, of Ash
land, and the altable day clerk of the
Park House, Mr. Mylo Lee, the parlors of
this noted tavera were so arranged Thurs
day evening tlmt it would make tbe far
ored ones forget ful of home and fireside,
while enjoying the hospitality, of the
good natured landlords. The incandes
cent rays of the electric light never shown
brighter on tbe smiling faces of the fair
sex than upon this occasion. All who
were fortunate enough to be present en
joyed tbemselvosto tbe fullest extent, and
when old man ' Tim" pointed to the hour
of 10 it indicated that tbe repast was
ready, and that tbe lads and lassies should
give thanks, and tbe party proceeded to
tbe dining room and partook of the finest
supper ever served at tbe Park House.
At 11:30 the psrty bade each other a
hearty good-nli.ht, hoping to meet again.
Th library Board.
The regular monthly meeting of the
board of library directors was held Mon
day evening. There were present. Pres
ident Connelly. Secretary Southwell and
Directors Pleas in ts, Larkin and Thomas.
The librarian's report.for the month was
read and approved as follows:
History and biorrt pay
Essays and Uten ture
Ait and Science. .
Religion and Theology
Received froia tut a, etc
The followin j bills were allowed:
A. C. McClu & Co., 9.75; Mitchell
& Lynde, $60; David Don, $11 90; Rock
Island Xlectrir Light Co., i; urjoa
News depot. tl8: Kraner & Bleuer,
10.80: Librarr Bureau. .1025; Rock
Island Gas Co., $1.40; expenses, fS.00,
Subscribe for the Dally Argua.
Poo rm aster Chas. Ed gel received dis
tressing news this morning from Fergus
Falls, : Minn. Tbe news, though not
wholly unexpected, was no less sad and
a to the effect that
his son. Rev. Chas. Engel, died at that
place of inflammation of the bowels after
two weeks' illness. The deceased was a
most exemplary young man, was born in
Rock Island thirty-one years ago, was
reared and schooled here, and bad many
warm friends bere. He was a minister in
tbe German Lutheran cburah. He leaves
a wife and three children. Mrs. Engel
was with her son when be died and is on
her way to Rock Island with tbe remains
which will be interred tomorrow after
noon, with services at the German Luth
eran church at 2 o'clock.
ariffna f she Time.
Mr. G. W. Etdd, a citizen of New York,
accompanied by E. H. Gower, of Chicago,
tbe latter assistant general freight agent
of the C, R. I. & P. road, is spending
the day in tbe city the guests of tbe Rock
Island Citizens' Improvement association.
Tbe significance of the visit will be shown
in all probability by a valuable and ex
tensive acquisition to Rock Island indus
The Rock Island Citizens' Improve
ment association has the information that
it is to receive a proposition from the
new projectors of tbe new woolen mill
the latter part of this week or tbe first
The West End Progressive Euchre
club was nicely entertained bv Mr. and
Mrs. W. 3. Enowlton last evening.
The Down Town Progressive Euchre
club had a pleasant meeting at the reai
dence of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Koebler
Mrs. W. H. Judge gave a pleasant
afternoon reception yesterday.
"Around the World In Eighty Iays.'
Tonight Mr. W. J. Fleming's famous
dramatic version of Jules Verne's play
"Around the World in 80 Days." is to be
presented at Harper's theatre. The play
was produced at Davenport last night
and gave the good satisfaction. It
will be greeted by a big house tonight.
Be Couaiatent Then.
Davenportors always come to this side
of the river when they want anything
good. - - Lnion.
What is the objection then to giving
them a first-class street car line to enable
them to come over and get some of these
good things just as we are going to do?
Feb. 4 Fred Shrader to William
Eurtb, lot 8. block 70, Chicago addition.
Rock Island, f 750.
Mary J Brown et al to Stephen Brav
'on, pts of tracts in sections 6, 7, 17 and
550, 16 lw.
Boneless ham at F. G. Young's.
Cocoanuis and banannss at May's.
Try Perfection flour, sold at May's.
Boys' wear way down at tbe M. & E
Smoked halibut at C. C- Truesdale's
A rattler f 5 boys' suit at the M. & E.
Pants down in price at the M. & E
Boys' clothing down in price, at the
M. & E.
$4 pants for $2 50 at Simon & Mosen
Big reductions in boys' clothing, at the
M. & K.
Oranges, 20 cents per dozen, at F. G
Mr. J.M. Christy, of Des Moines, is
in the city.
Two below zero this morning coldest
of the season.
75 cent pants for 25 cents at Simon &
Fresh chickens and turkeys at C. C
60 cent pants for 15 cents at Stmon &
Broken crackers, 5 cents per pound, at
F. G. Young's.
The pants sale is booming at Simon &
Choice celery just received at C. C
Choice bananas and Malaga grapes at
C. C. Truesdale's.
Mr. Chas. Blanchard has gone to Ne
braska on business.
The Spring Cove toboggan slide is . in
fine condition now.
Fresh spinach, lettuce and parsley in
tbe morning at C. C. Truesdale's.
Boys' long pants suits at $2.35. $8.00
to 94.60 a rattler for f 5 at M. & E's.
Boys' flannel shirts, all wool, only 50
cents, at the assignee sale of Robinson &
Compare prices of breeches at the M.
& E. a saving of from 10 to 85 per cent
Don't wear patched pants when you
can buy 97.50 pants for $5 at Simon &
Some of those 92.50 pants at Simon &
Mosenfelder's pants sale are very hand
Dr. W. T. Magill Is in Cbicsgo. attend
ing tbe anniversary meeting of the Chi
cago Dental Society.
Mr. Clark Connelly, of Sioux City, is
In town on a visit to his parents. Major
and Mra. H. C. Connelly.
M. & E. are preparing for their spring
opening of boys' clothing and shoes all
winter wear at reduced prices.
Mr. Sewall Dodge haa sold his Second
avenue residence for $1,700 and pur
chased the Heinsfurter property for
93,000. He will make extensive improve
ments in his new purchase before making
it his home.
Dr. Gait is In receipt of a fine box of
raisins from "Billy" Bernhaner, the erst
while barber, now located near Fresno,
Cat. Bernhauer is running a fruit farm,
and from the sample aent here, he is evi
dently meeting with good success.
Tbe case of Hugh Becker vs. Capt. D.
F. Dorrance was settled yesterday in tbe
district court at Davenport. Capt.
Becker claimed that $800 waa due him
from Capt. Derrance. Capt. Dorrance
claimed that he owed Becker some
amount between 9100 and $200. Tht
settlement showed tbat it was $178.75
and Capt. Dorrance paid it. Capt. D.
will run the steamer Irene D. and Capt.
Becker the steamer Pilot the - coining
THE FARMERS' SCHOOL.
An Interesting Meeting at -Taylor
A Xuaaber T Theashtfnl Paper Kea
and Dinenased ItoaarthiM. Abowt
Baiter a Battrrtae Applea
The Xext Heetias.
TaTXOR Ridge, Feb. 5. The fourth
meeting of the Kock Island uounty
Farmers' institute was held here to
day. The attendance was large, there
being about 450 people present, and
much interest seemed to be taken by all
in listening to and discussing the various
The meeting was called to order by tne
president, Mr. Campbell, who called upon
tbe Rev. Mr. Green, of Preemption, to
open the morning session with prajer.
after which the audience was entertained
with music. Mr D. T. Sejmour then
spoke upon the subject of "Sunshine and
Shadow in a Farmer's Life." giving quite
a complete sketch of the western farmer's
sunshine and shadow expeiienced from
tbe period of the appearance of his white
topped prairie schooner to the time when
he removed the last mortgage from bis
homestead. The last named clrcum
stance usually produced sunshine. A
yearning to possess all the land joining,
and an effort to secure the same often
succeeded in producing a tbree-ply shad
ow of a very fine texture and fast color.
Many points of interest were spoken of
by Mr. Seymour. Remarks upon tbe
same subject followed by Mr. Swisher,
Mr. Montgomery, Mr. Edwards, Mr. Mc
Culloch. Mr. Heath and others, all abed-
dirjg a little light from different stand
points upon the rocks and whirlpools of
life, and thus to make possible a better
chart for future plain sailing. One gen
tleman intimated that "to tell Sarah tbat
he never ate better bread than of her
baking would not only banish a shadow,
but might have considerable influence in
disper ing a dense fog."
Next music, then .dinner more than
enough for tbe large number in attend
ance then music again at 2 o clock tbe
beginning of tbe afternoon session. An
ably written paper by Mr. Hiram Dar
ling upon "Cultivation of Apples" fol
lowed, in which be gave his experience
in cultivating various varieties, and fur
nished a list of those with which he had
been the most successful. Following
this was a very general discussion of the
subject of orchard rearing and selection
of proper varieties for the same. From
the general drift of tbe remarks it seemed
as if there existed at the present time, a
good opening for a new variety of winter
apples to set up In business if it only
possessed the following capital: all the
good growing and keeping qualities of
the Willow twig and the delicate texture
and flavor of sav Maiden-blush or Yel-
Next followed a short business session
during, which it was decided to hold
another session of the institute soon.
"Butter" was the next sur ject. Coun
ty Superintendent of Schools J . H. South
well, after giving a short sketch ot early
scyrhian and Moorish methods of pro
ducing the same, said tbat he would not
approach the subject from the point of
tbe practical manufacturing of the same,
but would give the result of some studies
of butter and fat crystahzation and of
butter imitations and substitutes. The
practical part of the subject was brought
out in the very general discussion, during
which M. A A. ButXum, upon the gen
eral demand of tbe audience, gave an in
teresting discrirtion of his method of
butter muk'ng. Mr Buff um was followed
by Mr. Little, of the Preemption cream
erv, who, upon call, came to the front
and for fifteen minutes replied to in
quiries which met him from all parts of
tbe bouse; after which Mr Little said:
"There is a con&tant contest between
butter men and buttenne men for
the market, with first one and
then the other ahead. Jus', now tbe
butterine meu have tbe call because
they had cornered the Elgin butter mar
ket, until the city retailers had to take
out a butterine license, and stock up
with "oleo" to get something to supply
their daily trade," and Mr. Little now ado
vorated the appointment of a state dairy
commissioner, to make sure that butter
ine is sold, by tbe dealers, especially so
long as butter is not purchased by the
same, as well as for tbe many other uses
to which a good stale dairy commissioner
may be put.
Now came adjournment for supper and
at tbe reassembling of tbe institute for
the evening session, interesting papers
were read on tbe respective subjects of
"Hog Raising," by R S. Montgomery
and the "Cultivation of the Potato, by
W. S. McCulloch, both followed by inter
It was decided to have the next session
of tbe institute in the Town hall at Mi
lan two weeks from today, and will be in
part as follows:
10:00 a. m. Ia it Desirable to Abandon Town
sbipOrgBnliaUoor Samuel S wither,
10:30 m Discnorion.
12 m. Noon adjournment.
SKW p. ro Sunshine and Shadow In a Far
mer Bo. ' Life, E. S. Parmeater,
StlOp. m. Remarks
2:90 p. m. "The KaUonal Horse of America"
Of tbe remainder of the programme for
the Milan meeting, your correspondent
has not yeet been informed.
A Paaleral Perai. -
Tbe sermon of ReT. Marquis bas at
tracted the attention of the Chicago
press, and tbe Herald of this morning
says of it editorially:
ReT. Dr. Marquis attacked the dance in
an eloquent discourse at Rock Island on
Sunday. To shock his ruling elders, lie
painted the following picture:
The hour is late. There is a delicious
intoxication of motion and music
perhaps of wine in tbe blood. There
is a strange, confused sense of be
ing individually observed among
so many while yet the natural
noble shame whicb guards the purity of
man and woman alone together is absent?
Such is the occasion, and still hour after
hour the dance whirls its gay kaleido
scope around, bringing hearts so near that
they almost beat against each other, mix
ing the warm breath together, darting
tbe fire of electricity between the
meeting fingers, flushing tbe face and
lighting the eyes with a quick language.
Many people still believe that ancient
story of tbe missionary who preached fire
and brimstone on Greenland's icy moun
tains. As he depicted the infernal beats,
his auditors' joy increased. If tbey
could be sure of growing warm after
death, they wonld risk getting too much
of it, missionaries notwithstanding.
Rev. Dr. Marquis bas offered too free
a rein to his imagination. He haa been
reading "The Quick or the Dead." He
will provoke his entire congregation to
Hood's Sarsaparilla cores catarrh by
expelling impurity from the blood, which
is the cause of the complaint. Give it a
Geo. W. Earn art, captain of police,
Baltimore, Ma., said: "I have used Sal
Tstion Oil and found it a most excellent
remedy. It bas my hearty recommenda
Warner, . H., with a population f
over 1,500, baa not bad a death Jn five
Axtaattor, Knights cf Fyih at.
Officers and members of St. Paul lodge
are requested to be present this (Wednes
dv) evening. Conferring of tbe rank of
Knight. Visttine Knigh cordially in
vited. Geo H. Stkbbiks, C C.
F. J. Hodoes, K R. ft S.
A good two -story brick house for sale
cheap, la good repair In lower part of the
city. Also vacant lot in same locality.
Enquire of E. E Pabjckstkh. lawyer,
Tbe Jersey Lily has become quite
famous for ber beauty, and she means to
keep it. too, for, hasn't she learned in the
great United States to cure colds with
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup?
Complexion powder is an absolute ne
cessity of tbe refined toilet in this cli
mate. Poxzoni's combines every element
of beauty and purity.
C. A. Still, - Manage.
OWE PKRFOBKaNCB OXLT,
Wednesday, Feb.. 6th.
The great Spectacular Event of tbe
W. J. FLEMING'S
Snperb and Elaborately Eqntprxd Production,
Dramatiaed from Vales Verne a" famous novel
IN 80 DAYS.
Everything entirely New this Season. Aa array
.of People on the Stage A Carload of the moat
beautiful Scenery ever seen. Mechanical
and Stage effects onsaroaseed. New and
cottly Cootamaa. A Ginantio array of
Handsome Ladies In
Grand Amazonian Marches and Drills.
Notwithstanding the enormous expense con
nected with this grand production, regular prices
will prevail, vis Parquetle at d Drpss Circle (1 ;
Balcony, 50 and 75c and Gallery 5c Srats on
sale at tlemann Si Salsmann's furniture store
commencing Friday, Feb. 1st.
Turner Grand Opera House.
ONE NIGHT ONLT,
WEBSTER BRADY COMPANY,
Otand production of IT. Rider Haggard's
Two car loads of scenery Is need tn this produc
tion and nearly 100 people on th e stage.
PR CES 85, 50, 75c and $1.(4: seat sale at
Hut-binger's New Art Gallery, Davenpoit.
Every Wednesday Evening.
Admission 35 Cents.
Good order maintained. Objectionable
characters strictly prohibited.
Street care for Hollne after dance.
GB X STROEHLE,
CHAS. BLEI KR.
and a fall line of
tTadcr Bock Island Boose.
WE OFFER FOR SALE
Important Points are:
1st. Interest Is T per cent net to Lender.
M. We collect Interest withoat obarge.
Sd. Loans offered are oomDlete and Investor
cats bis papers at once.
4th. We examine the records annually for de
linquent taes on lands covered bv our mortgages.
6th. Onr agent inspects each farm before we
make Sloan on it.
6th. We make a specialty of Farm Loans.
7th. No oaina or ex nensa soared br as to make
onr badness as safe for onr clients as experience,
good faith and skill can make it
8th. Investors oaa be supplied" with loans for
$300 end upwards, .
Call or write for circular.
l. mswc-jtsipu Davenport h.
Br virtue of an execution and fee bill No. ST
issued out of the cWrk's office of the circuit court
of Bock ifftnd connty. and state of Illinois, and
to me directed, whereby I aa commanded to make
tbe amount of a certain iodaownt recently ob
tained arai ist Patrick Qalnlan and in favor of
and chattrla of the aaid defendant, Patrick Qalu-
lan, I nave icviea upon tne following property,
to wit: Lou one (1) and two, t8. ia block twelve,
(It) InCbioagoor lower addition to the city of
Kock Island in connty of Bock Island and state of
Therefore, accordlna to aid command. I shall ex
rose for sale at public auction all the right, title and
interest of the above named Patrick Quinlan la and
to the above described property, on Thursday, the
ISth day of Fehraary , 1880, at s o'clock p. m. at the
north door of the court house in the city of Bock
Island, in the count of Bock Island and state of
Illinois, for cash la band, to satisfy sals' execution
and fee bill
Dated at Sock Island this 6th day of February,
A.D.im. T. SSILVI9, '
BberUr of Bock Island couaty, IlUnoU.
Rock Island. Illinois.
GREAT CLEARING SALE
Boots and Shoes.
We have also a lot of Misses and Children's Kid
Shoei to close out at cost.
Call and eee.
CAUSE & CO.,
1622 Second Avenue.
J. B ZIMMER,
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 suits up in the latest styles.
HIS PEIOES ARE LOW.
bhops Corner Ninth St., and Seventh Avenue,
Rock Island, 111.
General Jobbing and Repairing promptly done.
l5PSecond Hand Machinery bought, so;d and repaired.
H. D. FOLSOM,
Fore Kentucky Moo $1.75 per Gallon
KOHISr &) ADLEE'S,
POST OFFICE BLOCK. : ; ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
0Send for Price List. P. O. Box 32.
Kidney and Liver Pills
Perth can of IJrer. Odaey. Blood and
aca diseases. Taeaeeefabntadplteatafai
I nr the alace of the more exoeoalve isassill
kidney ana over coaapiaiaut, and are tar easeriae,
snore eerily taken, and in (set are thebeettDtnf
ever introduced I or all diawaeeeof the kldaeya.
and liver, sick Head ache, pain ia the hack an
vide, keartbana. gnawlnc and boraln pains a tao
pu 01 ma SMsnacn, yeuoweain.
ap of the food after earinc mHammamm
of the SJdawya. sTraveL, etc, and as a family pill
tbey nave a equal, aadabomid be kept ia erejy
Directional For sfek headache, twe or three at
edtaaa: for dyepepeia, eae every slay bate
dinner; for dawroer ot the sidmeya, two, two or
three timee a week aztil relieved; for disorders
of th Uver.aad hnioaiaaaa, ton or foot as ra
GIVE THEM ATRIAL.
NONE EQUAL THEM
proprietor will forward them' to any addxoas
by saU.oa reoelft of prion.
Q5 Ots a Bottle.
T. H. THOMAS,
BOCK. MLJjrO.ILU '
ad gat a i
Announce a special early display of embroid
eries and white goods this week.
will be displayed Monday at 4 o'clock, lc per
yard up to fine qualities.
will be shown Wednesday morning. The as
sortment of white goods will be unequalled in
this vicinity. Prices wjII be the lowest, quality
of goods considered, you have ever heard men-
tioned. Handsome designs, sheer fabrics.
Examine whether you wish to purchase or not.
Handsome assortment of penangs, seersuck
No. 1707 Second avenue. Rock Island.
Cures Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Croup
Whooping Cough, Spitting of
Blood and all Diaeaasa
of the Lungs.
One trial ia a'l tbat Is necessary to convince
yoa tbat it Is the best Cough Kenedy made,
next time you have a tough or coll, call sod ret
a bottle. . "
Price 10. 25 and 00 oenta.
Call for circular containing testimonials.
T. EL Thomas.
.B; Above foods SAlppsd to say aeUrast aa
rteeiptof the pris.