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THE BOCK tSTiAKD AHGUS: THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, lHhO.
NO I E PRICES.
American Bible Sociclii s Bil.les at
Oifnrd Bible at cost.
Raster Bible at cot. '
Window Shades at cost.
Wall Papers very cheap.
Alliums of City of Rock Island SOc.
22x28 Engravings 47c.
at ost. A job lot of
at yonr own price.
KINGSBURY A SON,
17'8 Second Avenue.
We are the Western agenls for the stove niariufactuies
of Tapli.v, Riok & Co., ani carry the largest stock of
Btov3 west (.f Chicago. In buying of us you virtually
1'iiy of tb manufacturers and at lower prices than any
Mai: dealer can afford to make. It will pay you to see
us bf fore you buy anything in the shape of a stove.
WILLARD BAKER & CO.
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
Voodenware, Nick ISTacks.
For assortment, quality and prices it always pays
to trade at ,
Order and Measure
LLOYD & STEWART
and get a first class
Muslin 2100 Linen Bosom
The Best Inkstand
IN THE WORLD.
The air in not arlmiueri into Hie Ink
Fountain, bpnce ink is preserved in its
original purity no evaporation of ink
the pen gunce (iip'cup enables the writer
to regulate with aecuracy the quantity of
iok to lie taken on the Den.
flail and examine or send for circular
KINGSBURY & SON.
1703 Second Avenue.
Harper House, Rock Island.
CALIFORNIA CJ JMES.
Interesting Letter From Rev. R. F.
Pleasant Dear rfpt tea of the Cllnaat,
Condition. 5te. of FftYore loeali
tiea .a thn PiietBe Slope The IadU-
Editor A no its.
Aqua Calltxstk, Palm Vaiaet, 8ah
Diego Co.. Cl.. Feb. 1, 1889. Palm
Valley is on the border of the great
Colorado desert, 109 miles east of Los
Angeles, oa tbe Sunset route of the
Southern Pacific railway. The valley is
bounded on the east by the San Bern a
dino range, on the west by the San Ja
cinto range, the fatter being 11,000 feet
above tbe sea, und covered at this time
with snow. Tbe valley is reached from
the station of tieven Palms, seven miles
distant, by a spur railroad, built by the
Palm Valley Improvement company. The
arable land lies close against the San Ja
cinto range, wtile the desert lies between
the town site i.nd Seven Palms. The
soil is adapted tJ all kinds of semi-tropical
fruits, and (an be worked only under
irrigation, there being but three inches of
rain fall in tbe jear. and that duiing the
months of December- and January.
Abundance of w ater is to be had for the
entire valley, be ng brought in cemented
stone ditches from the Toquita, White
water and Chiuo cauons. The climate of
the valley is scarcely equalled anywhere
in the United Sutes for the cure of pul
monary, throat and catarrhal troubles;
also rheumatism and malarial fevers.
The "Hot Spring" are always above a
temperature of 100 degrees, and the most
obstinate cases cf rheumatism find relief
in these marvellous waters. The water
is charged with iron, sulphur, magnesia,
borax and other properties, and the ape
ciflc gravity is so great that it is imposst
ble for a person to sink below the arm
pits. A queer sensation it is to feel one
self suspended it hot water with no dan
ger of sinaiag, while the magnetic
sand gives one the delicious feeling pro
duced by a mild application of an electric
current. The c ire ate of the valley at
this season is delightful tbe mercury
standing at this moment (10 a. m ) at 80
degrees, running: up to 85 and 87 at 2
o'clock. I hve been here one week and
with a perfectly cloudless sky day and
night, no moistu-ein tbe atmosphere, no
dew; the early rcornings and afternoons,
when the sun s nks behind the range,
give cause for a little fire of cedar wood
in the open fire laces of the hotel, with
which all tbe rocms are supplied; nights
are cool enough for a pair of blankets,
but not the least moisture and one can lie
outside on the sand with all tbe safety of
a bed. Flies a-e in plenty here,, but
never a mosquito to sing one into deeper
Toquita canon, fifteen minutes distant
from notels, is grandly wild and enchant
Ing. Half a mile of the canon the water
falls a sheer di-scent of seventy feet,
while still further up there is a fall of
over one thousand feel. Tbe sides of the
canon are hundreds and thousands of
feet high, now closing in upon one in
narrow gorges and again widening; into
grand amphitheatres strewn with debris
of rocks, carpeted with grass, while the
music of the watr with us cascade! and
pools makes the heart beat quick
en with its gladdening murmur.
Deer, mountain lion and mountain
sheep are in tbe canon and on tbe
ranges their tracks and paths to tbe
water being plninly visible. Flowers
are everywhere in abundance. Tbe
healthy, purple of tbe sxge, the delicate
white blossom of the Greece wood, blue
bells of the deepest and richest color, tbe
wild t verbena, tiuch larger and richer
than our garden plant, tbe deep orange of
the Margunte, alno cacti of every shape
and color, sage and other desert shrubs,
with the brilliant green of the "Polo
Verdi." A partv of twelve rode to Palm
Canon, six milts, on Wednesday, in
wagon, carriage and on ponies quite a
cavalcade for tl.is wild country. Tne
canon winds among awfully high and per-
cipitous rocks, with its musical now of
water over little falls and into basins
seemingly fitted I y nature for the bath of
Diana or any superior goddess, if there
ever was one superior. Hundreds of
lovely palm trees and date palms are
growing along -.he bed of the canon,
bearing dates at this season, which are
gathered and stor.sd by the Indians of tbe
valley. Another canon the Chino lies
four miles distant, which is yet to be
visited; then Wt ice water Canon eight
miles off, from wLich the main supply of
water for irrigatioi is brought to this
valley. Just in front of the gate leading
to the grounds of the hotel is the ditch
and from this ditch all the water for
cooking and driaking is taken. Tbe
water is as pure and cold as can be. Que
can scarcely fancy tbe purity and sweet
ness of the stream unless they have lived
under the shadow of a migbty range
like that of the Sin Jacinto. Here on
these rainless pUins where irrigation
alone will produce a crop, one can more
fully appreciate tba force and truth of
those pasfieges of holy scripture which re
fer to the blessmgf of the christian dis
pensation, "breaking forth like streams
in the desert." There la an Indian reser
vation in the valley, where these strange
people have lived for centuries. An en
closure across tbe street from the hotel, T
(which also conttins the hot springs
which the Indians have always used and
cherished) has son e four or five families
living in rude pain thatched buts often
with a rude box for a bed in the little
yard fenced aroun i tbe hut; a stove and
table, cooking utensils, etc , all in
tbe open air nclosure for ponies
and cows, and in one case two pigs
having its minu e little pen for tbe
younger piggy, wl.ere he can retire and
be safe from tbe persecution of the mother
pig. Tbe whole enclosure of many acres
bordered by trees of the Mesquite and
Cottonwood, grapes of tbe old Missouri
variety, immense fig trees, apricots, etc.,
all still bearing after years of neglect
for these Indians to not like work any
better than other tribes. The boys are
seen in the street la front of tbe hotel
playing marbles to my inexperienced
mind, tbe same gume played in Rock
Island, "for kee;ia" riding on their
ponies, bare healed with their long
glossy black hair in quite artistic confu
sion; and their riding is "like tbe riding
We visited an o'd Indian up the valley
tbe other day said to be 140 years old at
any rate the age of bis descendants of tbe
fourth generation would seem to indicate
a very advanced aire forJbJm. He is ill
and supposed to bit iyine, though a week
ago he lifted a big sack of barley and car
ried it on bis back, getting on and off bis
pony with the grate and ease of a boy.
Tbe old man was ly ngonthe ground in his
rude but, a little fire of cedar roots
smoulderiog on tht sand close beside him,
bis aged squaw sitting at bis back min
istering to him. tie but lumbered with
saddles, deer skins, old tables and stool,
rags of bed clothes on the sand, and all
sorts of Impediments banging to tbe
posts of the but to which tbe grass and
palm leaves which enclosed the- building
were tied with pslm throngs la most
ingenious manuer. One of the old man's
boys (80 years old) was in the enclosure in
front of the hut, btre headed and bare
footed as tbey all are, while his wife was
building a fire in tie sand with which to
boil some greens wd Mesquite beans,
which she had in a queer looking basket
beside her. The b ukets are made of the
bark of a tree, are bowl shaped, of all
sizes, woven ia colors. Mack and white
figures, and will bold water much better
than some of the tinware sold by your
Rock Island dry goods merchants, I fan
The Indians boil their beans in these
baskets by throwing a bot stone into the
water. Tbe women also use them to
wear on the head. I saw an Indian
woman this morning In front of the hotel
dipping water into her oyer Tolls) with
one of these pretty baskets for her bead
covering another advantage they have
over your tinware.
Tbe valley is only just opened to culti
vation, the oldest settlers, except Indians,
having been here but three years, and
there are probably not over six or seven
families in the entire valley today. N oth
ing can be raised without water, and tbe
ditch was only put in less than a year ago
and Is not yet in good working order, and
yet there are big fig trees, apricots, pep
per trees, umbrella trees, and well devel
oped orange trees in the few gardens
Strawberries, which wore set out tbe
week before Christmas are now fast ripen
ing. The fruit will be ready for the table
in one week in fact any thing will grow
here, with water, and a few years will
make this now barren place a veritable
vale of loveliness. The restful ness of the
place now is enchanting, and tbe two or
three invalids in the hotel who are here
for throat and nasal troubles, form a so
ciety which gives "sweetness and light"
to the present sojourning of
Yours Truly. R. F. Swkbt.
Holme oa Roeic Iataad Propoautoaa.
At a meeting of tbe Molina Business
. , .
men a association Tuesday even it g a
communication was read from T. J. Me
dlll, Jr., secretary of the Rock Ibland Im
provement association, asking the coop
eration of the business association in the
circulation of a petition originated by
that organization to put to a vote of the
people of the county the Question of
abolishing the board of twenty-four su
pervisors and substituting therefor a
board of three or five commissioners. The
communication offered what the Im.
provement association claims to consider
several good reasons for making such a
change, and enclosed blank copies of the
petition which they wished the business
association to circulate, and aid them in
securing tbe 1.700 names necessary to
bring the matter to a vote. Chairman
Deere appointed a committee consisting
of W. C. Bennett, W. R. Moore and C.
O. Nason to investigate the claims of ad
vantages to be gained by the commis
sioner plan, and find out how the matter
stood before the associatioa would take
The Ditpatch says R. A. Smith, W. J.
Eotrikin and others took the stand that
Moline would do well to proceed with
caution, inasmuch as she had before been
made to regret hastily and ill considered
steps in adopting schemes formulated by
our neighbors. The following additional
communication was then read by Secre
J. W. Atkinson. K-q., Oor.Sec'y Moline Baslnes
jneu, Aaeuciaiioo, aoune, ill
Dear Sir: Some few dava
you relative to tbe advisability of our two
ciues mating a joint effort to secure tbe
location of the State fair for a term of
years at ot near this point, and received a
reply calling our attention to a county or
district fair between the two cities Upon
thinking the matter over and consulting
with some of our members, we think it
would be much the better plan to organ
ize and maintain a good countv fair, and
would ask if it will be convenient for vou
and your committee to meet us at some
convenient place, so we can talk over tne
matter with a view of placing tbe project
before our respective associations. I will
leave the appointment of the time and
place to you, and think our full commit
tee will attend. Allow me to offer the
use of our commodious rooms in the
opera house building of this city. Yours
truly, T. J. Medill, Jh., Sec'y.
A committee consistingof J. W. Good,
J. H. Porter and Sam Davis was ap
pointed to meet the Rock Island com
mittee in this enterprise.
Messrs. Clemann & Salzmann, the en
terprising furniture dealers, propose not
to be outdone in the way of modern im
prove menu by any similar eltablishment
in tbe west, and are const Jitlv sludvino
some change in the arrangements of their
vast store with a view of accommodating
the public. The latest is tbe addition of
an extra store room fronting on Sixteenth
street which they will use for the storage
and display of the heavier grades of fur
niture. The carpet department where
part of the fine furniture has been dis
played, will henceforth be devoted exclu
sively to tbe display of carpets and cur-.
tains. A space of twenty-five feet in the
rear of the carpet room will be set apart
and nicely furnished with a fine carpet,
nice chairs and a counter for the display
of curtains. They propose to have an
elegant line of Bilk, cbenile and madras
curtains in regular lengths, also by tbe
piece. Also a full line of drapery goods
by tbe yard and all colors of cbenile and
valore table covers. In porterio curtains
their line will be simply magnificent; in
cluding in colors, figured red, plain rose,
old rose, plain mousse, figured mousse,
plain copper with light blue or peacock
colors, mottled red, reseda, cream, steel
blue and pestache. The carpet dis
play will be larger than ever and will
embrace the latest designs of hundreds of
different patterns from a hemp to a Mo-
The DeTll'a iaee.
The Rock Island ministers, after all,
are not half so severe on the dance as
some of the rural parsons. The Knights
of Pythias of Cordova announced a ball
for Washington's birthday, and in refer
ring to it in his sermon last Sunday, Rev
Godwin remarked that "tbe devil was
going to have a dance." Different con
structions have been placed on the good
man s phraseology whether Le meant it
in a literal sense, or rather, that the
Knights of Pythias were a set of imps in
disguise. . The boys no doubt would take
great pleasure in initiating the reverend
gentleman into tbe mysteries of their or
der and proving to bis own satisfaction
that he is mistaken .
Sis Tu Geat Loans.
Every Tuesday evening during Februo
ary the Rock Island Building Association
will hold meetings to dispose of its sur
plus funds at nominal premiums.
E H. GuuBR, Secretary.
Members ot St. Paul Lodge and of TJn
ifora Bank K. of P., ere . requested to
meet at the Rock. Island house at 7 30
this evening. Important business.
G. B. Brosata, C. C.
PENCIL PUSHERS' DINED.
A Grand Complimentary Bano,aet to
the Pr-ee at the Kimball Heasr,
The local press has not before been
more grandly honored or more gracefully
and elaborately entertained-mnd feasted,
than it was at tbe bands of Manager J.
F. Crank, of the Kimball house, Daren
port, last night. Tbe invitations termed
it, "A dinner in honor of tbe press of
Davenport," but Mine Host Crank bad
not neglected the Rock Island papers in
his guests on this very important and
highly enjoyable occasion. In his ar
rangements for the event. Manager
Crank had forgotten nothing thatTxper
ience, good taste and richness of prepa
ration could provide. Tne tabls pre
sen ted a beautiful appearance as the
electric light shed its lustre upon the
vases piled high with the choicest cut
flowers, infusing the air with delightful
fragrance; pyramids of assorted fruits,
glittering silver and glass and other fine
wares. Restorf's orchestra invisibly
but conveniently stationed near, lent
charm and melody to tbe occasion.
Covers were laid for thirty guests, and
nearly , the number was present. Tbe
menu cards were artistic and original in
design, highly wrought and richly em
bellished. They were ornamental in colors
and bearing a tinted imprint of instru
ments emblematic of tbe Journalistic
profession paste pot, shears, ink-stand
and quill, over which were the words
"The Press." In the left band corner
were the words, "Tbe Kimball." On the
next card at the head was the quotation:
'Lords of the qnlll. whose critical a units
O'erthrow whole quarters, with tneir quires of
Underneath this was "Dinner in Honor
of the Press of Davenport, Wednesday
evening, February 6. 1889."
"Tbe pen is mightier than the sword."
On the next card was the press of Dav
en port. The next two cards were de
voted to tbe menu, and was as follows:
Celery. Queen Olives.
Consomme An Ricbeiieu.
'r ome, come, good win 1 a good lamiltar crea
ture If it be well u- ed "
Broiled Spanish Mackerel, with Drawn Butter.
Julien Potatoes. Hiced Cucumber.
Boned "f urkey, Aai Maroons.
Hashed Potatoes. Asparagus in Cream.
Sweetbn ad Patties. A La KcIlo.
Frerj' h Pea
Punch, a la Romalne
"For Ihis relief much ihanks."
Broiled Qanil With Plum Jelly.
Water ress Salad.
. "What is the of opinion of Pythagorl concern
cernln. wl.d fowlsf"
Tuttl Fr uiti Ice Cream. Charlotte Rasse.
t iece Montees.
Fancy Cakes. Assorted Fruits.
Cognac. I iqucur.
The least drop In the world I do not mind.
Cognac's a noun 1 never yet declined. '
"Pare to onr c ffln add a natl no don'n.
And every grin so merry draw oneout."
The last card served only as a back
cover of the book.
A feast fit for the god's! And the ser
vice of which was as much of a handi
work as were the viands and liquids the
best results of culinary art.
Gen. Add. II. Sanders, of the Daven
port Tribune, presided, and on behalf of
mine host Crank, bid the guests "eat.
drink and be merry" and "pitch in.
Only tbe signal was necessary and for two
hours and a half the knife and fork
played a merry tatoo.
Informal responses to toasts followed,
bringing out happy greetings, wit and
pleasant recollections and expressions of
gratitude to the genial host for his gener
Before leaving the banquet ball, reso
lutions were adopted tendering sincere
ihanks to Manager Crank, of the Kimball
house, for his kind, courteous and liberal
treatment and expressing confidence that
under his management the success of the
Kimball will, in the future, be even more
pronounced than in tbe past, and also ex
tending thanks to A. C. Man for favors
shown on this occasion.
Charity ball tonight.
Fresh fish at May's.
What are the cold waves saying r
There are no flies on this weather.
$1 waists for 50 cents at Simoa & Mo
senfelder's. Fresh fish in tbe morning at C. C.
Choice bananas and Malaga grapes at
C. C. Truesdale'a.
Fresh lettuce, spinach and parsnips at
C. C. Truesdale'a.
Good cashmere knee pants 35 cents at
Simon & Mosenfelder's.
f 7 50 pants for $5, where? at Simon &
Mosenfelder's, of course.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dauber rejoice
in the advent of a son. ''
Mr. Addison Rush, of Edgington, tar
ried at tie'. Rock Island house, last night.
Those 10 cent pants at Simon & Mo
senfelder's are just the thing for rough
The Knights of Pythias have a meet
ing at tbe Rock Island house parlors to
Mr. C. E. Fisher, of Ottawa, i&Jn
tbe city, probably attracted by the char
ity ball tonight.
Too many woolen waists; they must
go, 11.25 waists for 75 cents at Simon &
Only two days of genuine winter
weather and already tbe chronic grumbler
is beard in tbe land.
- The face of the ice dealer has thawed
out some during the last few days. He
hasn't smiled yet, however.
When passing Simon & Mosenfelder's
drop in and have them show you their
line of $2 00, 4 and (5 panta.
The Philomatbean society of the First
M. E. church, will not meet this week on
account of the meetings in progress.
It is surprising how Simon & Mosen
felder can sell those knee pants for 15
cents, but they do it all the same.
Dr. Carter was called to Osborne
again last night to see Mrs. MrEniry,
who was somewhat worse in the after
noon. . If the saving of f 1.50 to $3 on a pair
of pants is of any consequence to yon,
examine Simon A Mosenfelder's pants
stock. , , :
Tbe C, B. &Q. put on an extra switch
engine in the Moline yards today, en ac
count of the large ice shipments that are
being made at the present time, y .
Mr. W. R. B, Taylor, representing the
Pylbian Record, of Chicago, was in the
city today calling on the Knights of
. Pythias here in tbe interest of bis paper.
Tbe fourth reception of the Elm club
will be beld at Armory hall Tuesday
evening next. Tbe committee on enter
tainment is composed of J. H. Kough, J.
F. Schneider, Frank Herbst and Wm.
The charity ball for the benefit of St.
Luke's hospital occurs at the Harper
house this evening. If you don't care to
participate in the festivities, send the
guild the price of a ticket.
George Wagner, tbe Rock Island brew
er, has recently purchased from August
Herkert the property on Third avenue be
tween Foline's shoe store and the Bel
mont restaurant. It is reported that be
contemplates removing the old frame
building now standing on tbe lot and
erecting a substantial brick building there
in the spring. Moline Ditpatch.
Didn't Hay the Train.
Conductor Terry beld passenger trair
No. 1, on the C, B. & Q , a few mo
ments this morning, to allow W. J. Flem
ing, who last night as Poi'leas Fogg,
made the tour of the world in eighty dajs.
go to tbe Rock Island house after bis
umbrella which he had forgotten. From
this it appears that Fogg doesn't pay the
same attention to details in practical
journeying that he does in his extrava
gant "around the world." Tbe troupo
want to Galesburg.
"It's only a question of time," and a
short time, too, as to when your rheum a
tiara will yield to Hood's Sariaparilla.
It is said ttat after fifteen or twenty
more intermerts are allowed in West
minster Abbey, tbe room will all be oc
Complexion powder is an absolute ne
cesfliy of tbe refined toilet in this cli
mate. Poezom's combines every element
of beauty and purity.
Turner Grand Opera House.
ONE NIGHT OtfLY.
SUNDAY, FEB., 10.
WEBSTER BRADY COMPANY,
Grind production of H. Rider Haggard'
Two car loads of scenery 1- nsed In this produc
tion and nearly 100 people on the stag.
PR CES-S5, &0, ,&c and $l.CO; seat sal at
Huebinger'a New Art Oallcry, Davenport.
Every Wednesday Evening.
Admission 33 Cents.
Good order maintained. Objectionable
characters strictly prohibited.
Street oars for Moline after dance.
OK I. 8TROEHLB,
CliAS. B LEV BR.
and a fall line of
C. C. Taylor
TTader Bock Island House.
WE OFFER FOR SALE
Important Points are:
1st. Interest is 7 per cent net to Lende
M.. We collect Interest without charge.
Id. Loans offered are complete and Investor
ei bis paper at once.
4th. We examine the record annually for de
linquent ta ee on lands corcred by our mortgagee.
6th. Onr agent Inspect each farm before we
make a loan on It
6th. We make a specialty of Farm Loan.
' Tth. No pain or expense spired by as to make
onr barinee a safe for oar client a experience,
good faith and skill can make It
8th. InTeetorseaa be (applied with loan for
f 800 sad upwards.
Call or write for circular.
Guaran eed Investments
-MAM OH "
We confine our Loans to Improved
Farms in tbe safest counties ot ;
lows, and oa request
;' ' - GUARANTEE . . '-,
Prompt payment ef principal and interest
HEI2T2 A HIRSCHL, .
, . Dareapost, Iowa.
EMBROIDERIES. WHTTE? GOODS
Hock Island. Illinois.
GREAT CLEARING SALE
Boots -and Shoes.
We have also a lot o Misses and Children's Kid
Shoe i to close out at cost.
Call and see.
CAUSE & CO.,
1622 Second Avenue.
J. B ZIMMER,
No. 1S10 Second avenue, is receiving dally his 6tock of "
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
of the latest patterns. Call and examine them and remem
ber that he makes his suits up in the latest styles.
HIS PRICES ARE LOW.
3rW m K aa
Shops Corner Ninth St., and Seventh Avenue,
Hock Island. 111.
General Jobbing and Repairing promptly done.
I5Second Hand Machinery bought, sold and repaired.
H. D. FOLSOM,
Pure Kentucky Bonrbon $1.75 per Gallon
KOHlSr Sd ADLER'S,
POST OFFICE BLOCK.
S9"Seod for Price Llat. P. O. Box 88.
Kidner and Liyer Fills
fr the em utlirwt.KMMtrj, Blood as Stw
ibt t bik or tat mm axnautln
kida aad Brer eosaplalau, ao4 ar far
or mut taam. and ta fact an tba haat tnl
r tatndacaa for all dksa t ttm kldawra
as4 Htm, tick aaartaga. pala la lata hack aa4
pit4 Um Wnsnach. rcUowakhm.
cobbIsc bp mi Um food aftar rtlimr
of ta Udaarra. snvaL te and aa a fallw mn
Mfcay aarra o,al. aad abomU Bakapttak ova
DineaaaM lrtWjodsLh.ljjortfcpo mt
kedUBM; tar dypoprta- as vrwrj day bate
diaaor: for dfcmda. at tk .laawr. tat, twoer
tkraottaaeoawaok uttll rllaTd lor dWdara
of the llTar S.l Wltia.ma tfctaa arfnor mm mm
GIVE THEM ATRIAL.
NONE EQUAL THEM
tteproetMor will forward thaax teeny
J saalkMiawloSof rJoaT
5 Ctsa Bottle.
Announce a special early display of embroid
eries and white goods this week.
will be displayed Monday at 4 o'clock, lo per
yard np 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
er, etc. .
At III A I .
-M TT -W -r Tk. T" "V r s-wi
J 1-1 UN IS l b
Second avenue, Rock Island.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Cures Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Oronp
Whooping Cough. Soittinc of .
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