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THE JtOCK ISLAND ARGUS; TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, I8b9.
MUSLIN UNDERWEAR AND CORSETS
Commencing Monday, Feb. 11
Everything in rea.liness for an immense rush.
,.esf (nwcoin of our mulin nmlerwear sls forpaxt two spawns ha inspired n to doable
hi'-s sn 1 oiirriistoaiers will rtna t' la sale conspicuous for quantity, quality and low price
k'i ,,iir.-h! f me'linm priced and flue underwear we hare gireu cloe lnvestition and special
"" i rhf nflt-rtlon f emhroiderti'. lacea and trtmmltws. In order to accommodate the Increaaed
' "l fur the nreatet bargains ever shown in muslin underwear, we will .devote over one-half of
i-luik and cornet moh to this rale. !. several bargain counter for cheap mo in underwear
.ir lr.e - vnffh . iji..,- chfiiilses, Drawrn, Corbet 10 vera aud Aprons tacked and hemmed
-J L(3 2.V ' I children's iirawera, three lucks and nem
worth t Ladles' nlitht dresnes. aklrt chemise-, coret covers, drawers, apron, Bood
0'f W t" tic. I musllu trhnmed with embroideries and torchon laces.
worth I Ladles' and children's garment better mnslln, finer embroideries aod lacea
' ' ot a garment In the Hue worth less
.m Worth 1
-.l W,.r!li f 1 5 nd 50.
Will ''nil attention to armenls at special pr'cos
()nly small lot of each. iHT itemember
Lir ei.Ty wee.
1711. 1718. 1718. 1730 an!! 1733 Rkoond AvEftUB. Rook Island.
FmV.iM rv snd white pood sMo cnattnned fur
(.I'ittii u.iv'c tlie Urtfet assortment aud lowest prices
f che coimtr...
NO IE PRr(E3.
Atnt-rii'tn Bible SiM:ietiB Bibles nt
Oxfun! l?iili' Ht nsi.
Riir'i-r B'IiIim Ht cost.
Wm li'W Sli nlt'9 at cost.
W! I'i!r" very fheap.
Allmnis nf City of Kork Islam! 50s.
22x28 Ecgravings 47c.
h! t-i -I. A job lot of
nt v"i r wn prices.
K N'i;sr.URY & SON.
1 Jrr Second Avenue.
Must Eeflnce Stock
c abp i:ts,
SCall :it..l xaruine our Goods and prires.
KANN & FLEMMING,
N"o. 1811 Second Avenue,
Btwf n EightKentli and Ninetnenth Sireets,
Ueleus,kxs linrufoi Ii0CK ISLAND, ILL.
v v: v '
We have the largest stock in the city,
uuu t mil iu uuut mo ptucv.
Cor. Second Ave., and 15th street. SUTCLIFPE BROS.
than 75 cents. Assortment largo and varied,
for this sale. S4c, 40, 2o, T2c,H4o. 8Tc.$l 1. II 18
this Is an ex-raordluary occasion that does not
heneflt of our eut of town patrons Ackt
011 embroideries and white girods la this
The Best Inkstand
IN THE WOULD,
The air is not admitted into tho Ink
Fountain, henre ink is preserved in its
original purity no evaporation of Ink
the pen cuafje dip cup enables the writer
to regulate with accuracy the quautiiy of
ink to be taken on the pen.
(VI 1 ami examine or send for circular
KINGSBURY & 30N,
1708 Second Avenue.
nu l I)e;ilets in-
at a BARGAIN
and are bound to sell, and prices are
J" on short notice. All work
CROSSING THE CONTINENT
Scenes and Incidents of Interest in
. the Territories..
From Wrand Janeilou. Colo., to Halt
lake- The City if the Malats
YJtah.Its Climate and Wonderful
Special Correspondence to the A rgna :
Salt Lake City. Ut th, Jan. 10 The
route from Grand Junction to Green
riTer, a space of over ne hundred miles,
is almost a desert. On the north are the
Book range of mou rutins, while in the
distance to the southward are the snow
capped peaks of the Sierra La Sal and
San Rafael. Beyond Green ri7er we
enter Castle Valley with its many singu
lar and curiously shaped rocks and prom
inences, resembling ancient castles,
domes and spires, and now a gigantic
sphinx-like head appears. Leaving
Castle Valley we pss through Castle
Gate, two perpendicular ledges of rock,
one measuring five hundred, and the
other four hundred a id fifty feet from
top to base, to entir the Price River
Canon in which we begin the steep ascent
of the Wasatch mountains. From now
on to the summit, then down Soldier's
Canon, through the Red Narrows and
into Spanish Fork Ca ion, we find our
selves whirled along tbrough beautiful
mountain scenery whoi;e gorges, canons,
peaks and parks are unsurpassed in grans
deur, rare beauty au l picturesque ap
pearance scenes ot lc veliness that are
ever changing in the ublime panorama
of scenic surprises that are unfolded to
our wondering admiration. Soldier's
Canon takes its name from Sidney John
Son having marched his army through
these narrow defiles, at d past Castle Gate
home from Utah. Suddenly we are shot
out into mountain-girded Utah Valley
with its crystal lake, fine farm houses,
lrmg lines of fruit trets and lovely gar
dens. It has a delightful clima'e and is
said to be one of the best farming sec
tions of Utah. It is nn oblong-sbaped
basin; -on the east is tho Wasatch moun
tains, on the west Oquirsh range, north
ward the foothills shut out the view of
the Great Salt lake, while in the south, the
east and west ranges close it in,
with Mount Nebo, grandest of the Utah
peaks, towering majest call? above all the
surroundings. Provo and Springville
are in this valley. Leaving Provo we
glide along the banks of the River Jor
dan, which flows from Utah lake north
ward into Salt lake, tbrough a narrow
channel which, at the Narrows, is a deep
gorge that shuts out the view of the sur
rounding mountains, mountains whose
wild, stupendous cliffs towering heaven
ward 8,000 feet, holding eternal snow
banks in thin river bus us that the sum
mer's sun can never mi lt. But soon we
enter Salt Lake valley nnd now bid good
bye to the changing, indescribable pic
turesque, and exquisite y beautiful moun
tain scenery through wuicu we have just
passed. From here ti Salt Lake City
the road along tbe Jordan is lined with
farms and small village'; the houses sur
rounded by fruit tret s of great variety
have an air of neatnets and home com
fort that betoken culture and
refined taste. Aside from their
heterodoxy, these ptople, many of
them at least, seem to bp un
usually prosperous, happy and contented
in their rural homes. At almost every
station we found blooming, rosy-cheeked
maidens, with baskets ot golden apples
and delicious pears at n merely nominal
price. Along the entire valley hardly a
foot of ground remains uncultivated. At
one point we pa.-sed a village with the
wreathed smoke of the smelters and fur
naces banging over it
Arriving at tbe depot on the outskirts
of the far farmed, word-renowned city,
we leave tbe train and ttke a free 'bus for
the hotel. It being Sunday evening when
we arrived, my daugbu r and some of the
religiously, or, perhaps, curiously in
clined of our prty, attended Mormon
church. Salt Lake City is built upon a
loyely site, where nature has filled in tbe
picture with all the ctiarmtng splendors
of mountains, valley, r ver and lake, and
so situated as to make t tbe distributing
center of supplies for several states and
territories. It has broad streets and side
walks. Tbe streets art lined with shade
trees, and tbe gu'ters in the summer sea
son are filled with clear running water
from the mountain st -earns. The resi
dence lots are large squares, many ot the
buildings palatial, wiu beautiful lawns
and flower gardens, tbe whole being snr
rounded by shade trees in lovely coatrast
with their secluded splendor. The bus
iness portions ate comr. actly built. The
Mormon sections have een so often de
scribed that I will only give them passing
nonce, ine tabernacle, endowment
house, assembly hall aid the temple oc
cupy a large square. The temple, the
architectural design of which was given
to Brlgbam Young by revelation, was to
come together like King Solomon's tem
ple without jar or tbe sound of the
hammer. King Solomon's temple was
completed, but as to this Mormon temple.
hammer or no hammer, there will, no
doubt, be considerable jarring before it is
finished. Tbe Bee Hive, once the home
ef the prophet Brigham, and opposite tbe
house of f resident l lor, togetner witn
the cooperative store. Is about all the
buildings immediately connected with tbe
Mormon church. Tbe school buildings
public or denominational will com
pare favorably with those of other west
ern titles. There are church buildings
here, some of them elegant structures, be
longing to almost every religious denom
ination. It is an elegant city with a pop
ulation of 83,000, and tin air of neatness,
cleanliness and prosperity that betokens
for tt. "Mormon ism to the contrary not
withstanding, a glorious and brilliant'
The climate of Utah is delightful, and
her resources seemingly unbounded. Her
mountains, apart from '.he deposits of the
precious metals, are wonderful stores
houses of accumulated treasures of raw
materials, merchantible quantities of iron
ore; bituminous coal veins, one hundred
feet in thickness; red and yellow ochres,
for the manufacture of fire-proof paints;
slate of various colon for roofing pur
poses; variegated marbles and building
stone in infinite variety; rock salt, alum,
borax, gaa shale, black graphic, mica,
saltpetre, sulphur, and a variety of other
mineral and chemical substances too
numerous to mention in this letter. The
soil of Utah is rich in the phosphates
that fertilise vegetatlcn, and with their
present system of irrigation, the prod
uct per acre of some crops is truly aston
ishing: Wheat, 106 bushels to the acre;
tomatoes. 1.000 bushel n to tbe acre, and
notatoes. twelve of which have made
a bushel. Tbe stock n en claim the finest
herds of cattle and sho :p, and also claim
that nowhere on earth do people eat so
rich and lulcv beef.
Her fruits are delicicus and of the best
flavor, bringing a night r price in the mar
keta of San Francisco than the finest
truits that are raised In California.
Biz Par Can i Loans.
Every Tuesday evening during Februs
ary the Rock Island B itldlng Association
will bold meetings to dispose of its sur
plus funds at nominal premiums.
E. H. Outer, Secretary
Hood's Sarsaparills cures catarrh by
expelling: Impurity fro n the blood, which
is the cause of the ooBplalnt. Give It a
THE INDUSTRIAL FAIR.
It OprasTsaiorrswKitht at ihs Rock
Island Rink Another Bis; Bneerss
The executive committee has about
completed all the arrangements for the
opening of the second grand industrial
display at tbe Rock bland rink, the open
ing of which takes place tomorrow even
ing. Tbe committee have extended invi
tations to all of the clergy, also to the
city council and business men and the
Rock Island Improvement association to
be present at the opening. The mayor
will make the opening address on behalf
of the city and will be followed by Rev.
Gue, William Jackson and other speakers
with short intervals for music by Bleuer's
orchestra. The committee have received
the following donations:
From Iron Moulders' union, Riverside
range; from L. A. 300 glass workers, a
fine Brussels carpet; from Carpenters'
union, a fine plush settee; from L. A.
1957, a plush parlor suite; from Printers'
union, a handsome fireman's tram pet;
from Tailors' union, a 'handsome suit
pattern; from J. B. Danforth, a fine sew
ing machine; from J. N. Camp, a fine
pair of band sewed shoes made to order;
Gus Stengel. $10 cash; from Fred Hil
finger, a bridle; from Aid. Hampton, 1
dosen washboards; Batley Davenport, 2
tons of coal; Wm. Rinck, one half barrel
of flour;- H. Setdel, one sack of flour; J.
H. Lidders, one box of groceries; Sut
cliff Bros., wall paper; Eurlh & Scberer,
a one-horse sleigh; Mill store, one wring
er and two boxes of cigars; Jacob
Wilms, one hundred cigars; Joseph Gei
ger, one box of ten-cent cigars; H. G
Fider, paper and envelopes.
The committee has decided to give a
cash prize of $10 for tbe handsomest and
best made quilt at the fair, quilt to be tbe
work of tbe exhibitor, and those desiring
to enter this contest will be furnishid
space to exhibit their quilts by tbe com
mittee. There will be first-class entertainments
each evening during tbe fair on tbe stage
with a change of programme every night.
Most of the valuable space has been die
posed of and we feel confident that all
the available space will be occupied by
the opening night. There will be a bet
ter opportunity given to our merchants
to advertise this year, as there is a good
prospect of bringing people from abroad
to visit the fair by getting reduced rates
on the railroads, and there will be no
neglect on the part of the committee to
properly advertise the fair along tbe line
of the different roads entering the city.
At the Turner Grand opera house, Dav
enport, tonight, tbe Gray & Stephen's
Dramatic company begin a two night's
engagement in the "Old Oaken Bucket."
and should do a big business as the com
pany is well known as an excellent one,
having played in all the larger cities in
tbe United States and always giving. ex
cellent satisfaction. It carries its own
scenery to properly present tbe play and
also a number of excellent acting dogs
among them three St. Bernard dogs,
which will be introduced in a realistic
avalanche scene. An exchange has ibis
Miss Minnie Oscar Gray and W. T.
Stephens with tbeir trained dogs and a
first-class company appeared at Jacobs'
opera house last night in the "Old Oaken
Bucket. Tbe building was crowded
and at tbe conclusion of every act the
whole cast was called before the curtain
Tonight tbe Fiek jubilee singers, tbe
famous colored music&l aggregation give
one of tbeir remarkable concerts at Har
per's theatre for the benefit of
Buford Post, G. A. R. The excel
lency of the entertainment, and tbe ob
ject of the same, should and will
doubtless bring out a large audience. The
Fit.k Jubilee singers have bad the honor
of appearing, by invitation, before more
notable personages than any compa
ny of singers In the world. The list
includes ex-Presidents U. S. Grant,
James A. Garfield and Ches'er A. Arthur;
Her Majesty Qjeen Victoria; their
imperial majesties the emperor and
empress of Germany; tbe R ght Hon.
Wm. E. Gladstone; and indeed nearly nil
tbe crowned heads of Europe, together
with the most distinguished ministers and
educators in the old country and tbe
Principal Hatch, of the High school,
has arrangud for a matinee in High school
hall at 4:15 o'clock next Friday afternoon
by the "Em See Klub" of Cedar Rapids,
composed of W. G. Mateer, first tenor;
C. R. McCandless, second, tenor; Dr. W.
G. Clark, first bsss; and W. F. Muse,
second bass. Tickets will be but twen
ty-five cents, the proceeds to go to tbe
The boys up at the U., R. I. & P,
round house had a good laugh at tbe ex
pense of Engineer Ed Lape'la, of the C,
M. & St. P. road last Friday. Wiper
O'Brien was about to' connect a valve In
the water tank when he discovered some
thing moving towards mui. lie was
scared almost out of bis wits, and his
cries brought Lapella to his side, who
yelled "its an alligator.look out for him!'
Both men seieed clubs and made a vicious
attack on the "marine monster" and dis
patched him forthwith. When Lapella
discovered that it was a harmless little
lizard and that he was being "guyed" by
some of his brethren of tbe thiottlo, he
wished it was leaving time.
Booth Berk Inland it liability.
A very entertaining and successful am
ateur theatrical entertainment was given
in the school house at South Rock Island
last evening, the object being to raise
funds for the school library. A pretty
and amusing party play, "Above the
Clouds," was presented by a strong cast,
including Misses Clara Reed, Alice and
Florenftf Bostock. Blanche Richmond,
Geo. Richmond, Wm. Lamont, Elmer
Thompson, Robert Reed, C. H. Dibbero,
Henry Bostock and H. Range.
The entertainment is to be repeated at
the tame place tonight, and on Saturday
evening it will be given at Milan.
t. ratrtek's Bail
Tha twentieth annual ball of the St
Patrick's society, ot this city, will be held
at Armory ball on the evening of March
6. A general invitation is exienuea.
A thirteen-year-old lad in British Co
lumbia baa distinguished himself by tm
ing a large panther.
Toe Bock Island Kovelty Company
Oraranlard The Capital Mtoek and
Object ot the Industry.
The Rock Island Novelty; company is
the name of a new enterprising industry
which has been organized through tbe
efforts of Mr. W. C. Collins, to whom is
due the credit of working the enterprise
up and putting it on a successful footing.
Tbe officers are:
President W. C. Collins.
Secretary W. F. Henderson.
Manager F. H- Shepherd.
Superintendent J. W. Meyer..
The capital stock is p'aced at f 10,000.
and the industry is to occupy the space
n the same building with the Rock Island
Plating works that was vacated by the
removal of the Knife and Shears company
from the city. The machinery is being
rapidly put in with a view of manufact
uring all kinds of patented novelties, but
more particularly the Victor milk shaker.
zero ice shaver, haud ice planers, etc. All
these articles, which the summer season
makes a market for. are to be turned out
with all the expedition possible. Then
the factory will devote itself to making
wall paper trimmers, chandelier hooks,
egg beaters, wall paper tags, etc. ah
tbe novelties are of the most improved
design and patent.
The stockholders are: W. F. Hender
son, W O. Collins. Wm. Jackson, E H.
Collins, Rock Island; J. W. Meyer, F. H.
H reM Oar Thanks.
The Anarjs acknowledges with much
gratitude and profound appreciation a
neat little box from the ladies ot
the Central Presbyterian church of
Milan, containing four walouts. one
bronzed, two gilded and one silvered.
and all attached by bits of bright
ribbon. The nuts were too hard-
shelled for any one on the editorial force
to crack, so they were turned over to the
business manager, who, at last accounts,
was still laboring with puzzled brain
The mysterious gift was accompanied by
a card which bore the legend "with com
pliments of the ladies of tbe Central
Presbyterian church, of Milan."
The mini Club.
Tbe Illini club held its annual meeting
in its handsome rooms on jugnieeom
street last evening and elected the fol
lowing officers for the ensuing year:
President M Lee Gait.
Vice President L C Blandine.
Secretary and Treasurer C F Lynde.
A number of new members were ad
mitted and the club was reported to be in
a highly satisfactory condition in all re
spects. BRIE LETS.
Spring Cove toboggan is in good
Henry Davis, of Edgicgton, was in the
Bananas 25 cents per dozen at C. C.
The Fisk Jubilee singers are at the
Rock Island house.
Dr. E . E. Rogers." of Port Byron, was
in tue city today.
Go to tbe entertainment at Harper's
theatre this eveniig.
Hon. M. V- Gannon, of Omaha, was in
tbe city last evening.
Go and hear the Tennessee jubjjee
singers this evening.
Circuit Clerk Geo. W. Gamble is again
ble to be at his desk.
Capt A. J. Whitney has returned from
a business trip to Chicago.
Read Kramer & Bleuer's advertisement
in another part of the Akqcs.
Aid C. W. Negus' has sold a handsome
weaning McUregor Ally to Umana parties
If you wish to bear some first-class
vocal music, go and bear the jubilee
singers at Harper's theatre this evening.
Feather pillows, mattresses, spring
beds, comforts and blankets, at the Ad
ams, 833 Brady street, Davenport.
It is understood that Rock Island is to
be represented at tbe Meyer-McAuliff
fight to take place in the near future.
Maj Connelly, through whom the sale
of the Heinsf urter property to Mr. Sewull
Dodge was made, teday delivered a deed
to Mr. Dodge.
Tbe programmes have been issued for
the fifth meeting of tbe Rock Island
County Farmers' institute to be held at
Milan one week from today. w
Tbe boys say that "Billy" Dressen is
thinking of getting a patent on a new
telephone invention an instrument
through which you can not only talb.bui
see, as well.
Just received a choice lot of couches.
bed lounges and dining room table We
shall sell these on the payment plan to
desirable customers. The Adams, 323
Brady street, Davenport.
Principal W. H. Hatch, of the high
school, has formally accepted the super
intendency of the Moline city schools and
will enter upon his new duties with the
beginning of the next school year.
We have just put in stock a seleot lot
of engravings and oil paintings, which
we will sell on tbe weekly payment plan.
We guarantee full value for your money.
The Adams, 333 Brady street. Davenport.
Mr. J- S. Gilmore arrived from Omaha
this morning with the remains of his sls
ter, Mrs. Sarah J. Treman, mention of
whose death waa made in the Abqcs of
yesterday. Tbe funeral occurred from
Mr. Gilmore's residence at 2 o'clock this
Sunday John Feeney, the old man who
has been deck sweeper on the govern
ment bridge since 1884, and who baa been
in the employ of tbe goyernment for
twenty-three years past, died of a stroke
of paralysis which he received last Fri
day while at work. When attacked he
fell insensible and was taken to his home,
607 College avenue. Davenport, where be
died without even having spoken a word.
He leaves a wife, daughter and two sons
to mourn his death.
Charles Holacher, the famous pitcher
of Davenport's last year team in the
Inter-State league, has submitted a prop
osition to the base ball people of Daven
port to manage, oa plain and do hi share
of the pitching for this year's Davenport
team. Holacher is a great favorite in
Ro k Island, as be is in Davenport, and
his engagement as manager would mean
lecess to the Davenport team in all re
spects. He waa the life of the club last
year, and when be left tbe team it col
Tar Seal Bkias Tart.
Wednesday is positively the last day of
seal skin display at parlor 31. Harper
house; this is your last chance and oaly
opportunity to save the payinu of the 43
per cent advance, and your best oppor
tunity to get tbe best Alaska seal of best
London or dye, best made tLat will look
rich, wear well and not fade or tear out
so soon as others have done; and this is
an opportunity to purchase direct of the
only headquarters and of a firm that does
not misrepresent, and always make good
their proraie. A. W. Hildiard.
Ai;ent for H. Liebes & Co., 8an Fran
cisco, California, parlor 31. Harper house.
Wednesday, the last day.
O. A. Stiil, Manager.
Tuesday Eve'g, Feb. I 2
Under the auspices of Buford Post, O. A. R.
TUB ORIOINAL COMPANY OF
If ASHVILLB, TBJTW.
1371 Eighteenth SbA.son 139S-V.
Miss Genrsria M. Gordon, Soprano,
Miss Laura A. Wells, Soprano,
Mrs. Ida M.-Taylor, Soprano.
Miss Annie L Johnson, Contralto,
Mr. George E. BHrrett, Tenor,
Mr. Chs W. P.ynr, Tenor,
Mr. B W I hi.mns. Btsso,
Mr. J. N t'alnwell, Basso,
Miss Willey A B-nchley. Pianist,
Admission SO cents. Hest-r d seats without ex
tra charxe at Clemnmi & feslzm tin's.
Turner Grand Opera House.
TWO NIGHTS OtTLT,
Tuesday and Wednesday
Feb. 12ih aud llth.
"The Dramatic Novelty of the Season."
GRAY A STEPHENS'
Dramatic nd Comedy Company In the Roman
tic and Puturemjae Play,
A beautiful picture depleting life in Switzerland
and America, and displaying the wonderful
Intelligence of the Monm 8t. Bernard
Liogsln their Llfe-.-arlug serrice.
A Car Load of Magnificent Scenery I
A Wonderful Avalanche Scene l
A Realistic Fire Scene!
A Beautiful Vision Scene!
An excellent company of Sixteen Dramatic
people In support .
rn tts-vs, bu, tsc ana zmv; seat sale
Huebmer'a New Art Gallery, Davenport.
Friday Evening, Feb. 15th.
Admission 35 Cents.
Good order maintained. Objectionable
characters strictly prohibited.
Street cars for Moline after dance.
CUAS. BLKI KR.
and a full line of
C. C. Taylor
Uader Rock Island noose.
WE OFFER FOR SALE
Important Points are:
Interest Is T per cent net to Lender.
We collect Interest without oharge.
Sd. Loans offered are oonwlete and Investor
aeta his papers at once.
4th. We examine the records annually for de
linquent te es ou lands covered by our mortgages.
6th. Oar event Inspects each farn before we
make a loan on it
8th We make a specialty of Farm Loans.
f th. Mo oalna or expense spared br n to make
oar bothies as safe for our client as experience.
good rsiia ana skui can max u
8th. Investors can be supplied with loans tor
t SOO and upwards.
Call or write for circular.
ILaw a 22,3 yyiica
momt-rt?u Davenport h.
We confine oar Loans to . Improved
Farms in tbe safest oounties ot
Iowa, and on request
Promptpayment ef principal and interest
HEINZ & HIBSCHL.
Old Oaken Bncke
White Goods, Embroideries,
49 1 PLUSH 1 49
Will show this week
a beautiful . as
Will open Monday A. M.
in checks, stripes and
Ten shades, all deslraple colorings; car
dinal, 9 shades, garnet, gold, brown
3 shadrs, mahogany, Mouse, sa
phlre, gray goblain 40c a yard.
tsTCompare quality with anything you
AQ I have seen at anywhere I A Q
near tbe price. nTi7
novelties in sherr ef
fects, S cents to 88
cents per yard.
Hock Tsland. Illinois.
GREAT CLEARING SALE
Boots and Shoes.
We have also a lot of Misses and Children's Kid
Shoe j to close out at cost.
Call and see.
CAUSE & GO.,
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 mates his suits up In the latest styles.
HIS PRICES ARE LOW.
Shops Corner Ninth St., and Seventh Avenue,
Rock Island, 111.
General Jobbing and Repairing promptly done.
t5T"Second Hand Machinery bought, so:d and repaired.
H. D. FOLSOM,
Pure Kentucky BoiIm $1.75 per Gallon
. KOHN & ADLER'S,
POST OFFICE BLOCK. t ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
3-Send for Prioe List. P. O. Box 88.
Kidney andLiTer Pills
rwtfce can of IJver, KMawy. Bload as
aca dlaeaasa. Tfc e eah bieiesl p Ueeea
tor ta alace of tae aiara
ktdaa aa4 Uver cnsapsalata. and are far
easuy aaaeavaaa saraetara taa aet u,tm
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GIVE THEM A TRIAL.
NONE EQUAL THEM
Tfe imyrletorwffl forward tfcesa Seaay
Cte a Bottle.
Just opened new
L 11m a
at the lowest prices,
much lower than any
previous season le
a yard up.
No. 1707 Second avenue, Rock Island.
Oures Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Oronp
Whooping Cough, Spitting of
Blood and all Diseases
of the Lungs.
One trial la a'l that Is Beceaeair to eeartaoa
fom that tt Is the best Conch Remedy aaada. so
seat time foa hare a tonga or eaid, sail aad gat
Price 10. 85 and 80 cents.
Callorlelrcalar aoataialaf Uatiaaoatala.
To H. Thomas.
M.B. Above roods shipped to aaj address oa