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THE IROCK IfiTiAyrn'? TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 18E9.
KID GLOVE SALE.
10 dozen opera kid glove. 18c per pair.
small lot assorted colors and black. 8-
i Milton kil Klo Wl" be c,osod l 180
al.ll iob (only 6 dorro) 8-button opura
!l0W .W0P'Pir-, 6 and 8 button
1 turn week wil1 be "old "l S3c p'lr
4 hulion col. top Vendome Klovea, all
colon, browna and tana for tbl
, London made arret Rlove. 4 button
iib white ovtrMltching. new and atyl
,b 40- Colon, tana and browns, all
lite but 6.
Veaif place on Bale a line of t-mbrold-try
buck 4 button gloves In both Suede
reduced to 97u for this ealu. 5 book
Ucmii glove. Hn of 'e broken, what
h have Kl l 73:! Per P1'-
Ou Uie wbole wo bave never I
fore been able to offer ao full an assort
Bftit ot aueb rHre pood bargains.
Enrlles'. csllprs will be sure of choice
itlrctiooa a (tome of the most desirable
Cl,r.r are limited iu quantity.
1714. 1718. 1718. 1720 and 1738 Second AvENtns. Rock Island.
American Hilda flooiaih'R Bibles at
(xforil BiMes at coot.
B .y-u-r BilU' at coat.
Wlri'lew Similes at cost.
Y.1 Papers very cheap.
Alarms of City of Rock Isliiud 60,.
22x28 Engravings 47c.
mi r A j b lot of
i k(-'t t'Wi prices.
ICiN'.iSPURT & 90N.
17 '3 Second Avenue.
We ar iLh Western ageiita for the stove inanufaetuies
Taplin, ItioE & Co., and carry the largest stock of
stoves we3t of Chicago. In buying of us you virtually
huy of tliH manufacturers and at lower prices than any
retail dealer can afford to make. It will pay you to se
u htsfurtj you buy anything In the shape of a"etove.
WILURD BAKER & CO.,
Opposite Harper House, Rock Island.
55r at a BARGAIN
We bave the larireat atock In th,
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fir' I wiPl mtlimo
Cor. Second Are., ana 15th street. BUTOLIFPB BROS.
McCabe Bros, are pleased to annoonce
early arrivals of tbelr aping importations
of linens. Among our most startling
leaders you will find
25 doten crepe towels, sir 18x36. lOo
each or (1.20 per doten; 40 doc. plain
white buck towels, size 1T84. at 13c or
f 1 44 per doteo; 10 dot-n plain white
damask towels, double H. 8 and knotted
fringe, site 19x19. at 28c or $8 perdotnn.
The same wltb red, blue or buff borders
at the same price. A job lot of very
large damask towels, 31x43. with colored
ends at 83c ech; very floe bleached table
damask. 63 inches wide at 50c pr yard.
On Tuesday morning from 10 till 12
o'clock we shall offer the largest full
all llnon napkins at 97c per dofn; same
hours a lot of Turkr y red doilies at lc
On Wednesday A M Feb. 80. from 10
till It o'clock, a job of s'ripe Turkish
bath towels, slrn 15x29. at 4o each.
We shall have on Bute during the week
or while they last, the biggest thine: on
earth Turkish bath towels, 2ftx06 in
ches, at 25 cents. Twilled colored bor
dered doilies and plain white napkins at
la each, and dozens of other bargains,
with space too limited to describe.
The Best Inkstand
IN THE WORLD.
Tba nir is not admitted into tho Ink
Fountain, ln-nre Ink Is preserved in its
original purity no evaporation of Ink
ttie pen gunt;e dip cup ennhlea lh writer
to regulate with aecurtc.y the quntity of
Ink to be taken on the pen.
Cnll and i a amine or send for circular
KINGSBURY & SON'.
1703 Second Avenue.
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DOUna 10 ana prices are
d0 p ouoe, AU work
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A LEAD CERTAINTY.
The Rock Island County Fair As'
The Joint Oonmlttet Adopt Plana
a Apply for Litena Incorporate-.
The Plana and Ratlmatea.
The joint commltt n of the Rock Isl
and Citizena' Improvement association
and the Mollne Buait ess Men's associa
tion met yesterday afternoon at the rooms
of the Rock Island association. There
were present Messrs. E. H. Quyer, H. J.
Lowrey and T. J. lledill, Jr., of the
Rock Island association, and Messrs. Jno.
W. Good, 8. 8. Davis and J. H. Porter,'
representing the Moli ae association. It
was reported that Sylvan island could be
secured for about $800 per annum. It
was decided to apply for papers to incor
porate with a capital stock of $20 000.
divided into 2,000 sbt rea of f 10 each and
under the title of the ' Rock Island County
Fair association." Tho following estimates
were submitted: gruding, (8,800; am
phitheatre, $2,500; fence, CS'JO; bridge,
$1,800; floral hall, f 1.500; stables, $1,
900; sheds, $500; office, $300; band
stand, $300; house, $1,000; improving
grounds, $500; water pipes, $200; nvtk
in a total of $18,300.
There is much enthusiasm over the
project io both cities and there is now
every reason to belitve the grounds wiil
be iu condition to use next fall. The
street car syndicate tnd railroad compa
nies have already manifested u disposl
tion to extend their truck to the
The present amphitheatre will bo itn
proved so that boat rices may be had and
the grounds will alsc be suitable for pic
nics, bae ball gatres or other amuse
men's in a word a popular purk.
A Popular Appxlntmeiit.
One of the most popular official acts
or the present cjty eiecutive was the ap
pointment last evening of Mr. John
Murrin, to superscee'e M. T. Stafford as
superintendent of waterworks. The
council confirmed tho appointment with
out a dissenting voice. The Allocs hao
beeu surprised ever since the inaugura
tion of Mr. Blaudirg, that he has not
long ai(0 made a change In tbls important
office, but it seems t j bave been one of
hU very peculinr in jlvidualities to have
stubbornly ignored tlie apparent require
ments in the case, snd to have allowed
the matter to take care of itself. But
tie change is vastly better late than not
at all, and the Argus does not beitave it
could have been more satisfactorily pro
vided for. The appointee is a practical
engineer, is upr gbt and honest,
industrious and capable, and there
Is every reason to believe he
will make the best superintendent
the city has ever had. Ua was born
and reared in Rook Island, is a son
of Edward Murrin, one of the earliest
residents of the city. lie was, until the
strike of a year ago, one of the oldest and
tnottl trusted engineers on the Rock IaK
and and St. Louis division of Hie C, B.
A Q. road. lie commenced railroading
in 1S73, whan this division of the road
was known as the Rockford, Rock Island
A St. Louis. Three years later be was
made engineer, and nine years ago he
was placed on a pttsseugtir engine. He
is a prominent, though conservative
member of the Brotherhood of Locomo
tive Engineers, and owing to tho general
Htrike ordered by tbi,t order, baa not been
in the employ of the Burlington company
for about a year. lie is held in the high
est esteem by bis fellow engineers and
always enjoyed the utmost confidence of
bis employers. Mr. Murrin has two broth
ers who are practical engineers, M. A.,
who ia traveling engineer of the Rock
Island and St. Louii division of the C,
B. & Q , and P. J., an engineer on the
same division until the brotherhood strike
compelled him to give up his locomotive.
Biipl. Murrin qualified this morning.
lam a Sliarnrtonn.
Sam Wright la en animated soul. A
phrenologist who once examined Sam's
head gave it as h s opinion that 8am
possessed a marveloas bump of ouriosity
and In the development of this character-
iitic of 'nature, he has not been in the
least degree neglect sd. Sam ia a verita
ble encyclopedia of local bappenings.and
when anything of ai exciting nature oc
curs around town, !3am generally shows
up ahead of the reporters. Yesterday was
one of those days which required Sam's
all-seeing presence out of doors for some
time. A flro occurred and Sam was
among the first thete, as usual. But not
content with taking in the scene from a
comfortable point of observation, Sam
got excited and became one of the most
active of the flame beaters. lie displayed
an astonishing amount of" heroism and
fought the blistering fiend face to face un
til one of the volun.eer firemen, thinking
Sam was getting too much glory inhu
manly turned the aoszle of the hose full
upon him. The icy stream struck
Sam just below tie right ear, made a
diagonal shoot across the vertebra and
then went trickling down the spinal col
umn. Sam winced; then he atood mo
tionless aud speechless, bis eyes standing
out like those of a I oy who has swallowed
a mouthful of hot porridge. All this time
too, the spray whica had settled in Sam's
clothing was assuming a crystal like ap
pearance, and finally realizing that he
had been the victim of a cruel outrage,
Sam went home muttering to himself that
a fireman's lot mutt be a deuced unhappy
The l:iaue Club."
"The Defiance Club" is ths name of a
new social organization composed of
young ladies, the avowed purpose of
which is to make 'var on the "evils of so
ciety." Each member takes a pledge
when Joining not to play cards, not to
dance, not to stay at a dance after a cer
tain hour, and it is understood that a sup
plementary rule is to be added not to per
mit the company if a gentleman either to
or from any place of amusement. The
forlorn male sex v ill have to look out for
members of the "Defiance Club" in the
future.- - .
A FORCIBLE EXAMPLE.
Yesterday M eraina;a Hpeetaele of the
IurfiVienry of the Pr - t Fire Sya
team Coaily Loaa ot Time.
Yesterday morning's fire in the old-time
jail building on Fifteenth street near
Third avenue, and which has been used
for some years as a tenement bouse, fur
nished another proof of the inefficiency
of the present Rock Island system of fire
protection. It was one of those fre
quent occurrences where delay is costly.
An ABQCS representative happened to be
conversing through the telephone when
he heard some one call the waterworks
and give the alarm. The Arucs man in
gratification of a spirit of curiosity pulled
out his watch. Four minutes elapsed be
fore the alarm sounded Five minutes
more and then came a tremendous clap
ping of bells. Men ran frantically through
the streets and in course of time a little
two wheeled cart was pulled out of the
Wide-a-Wake hose house and started in
the direction of the fire. Eight minutes
more and then a harnessed horse galloped
down Second avenue, followed a minute
later by bis companion. They were
from a livery stable and were used to pull
the hook and ladder truck to a fire that
had been burning eighteen minutes.
Throe minutes more were consumed in
getting the horses attached and the truck
out of the house, and when the appar
atus which should be the 'first at all fires
arrived on the scene, twentv-five
minutes had passed since the dincovery
of the fire. The Wideawake boys put in
good licks after getting there and the
Fiankllns, of course, were ready to do
so, but the Institution most needed was a
ladder and pick to brea k a hole in the
roof and locate the fire. All water
thrown before this was useless and un
necessarily destructive to parts of the
building not yet reached by the fire
Mar.-hal Breonan was among the first on
the eoone, aud to an Arous reporter he
said: "I never shw so much time lost
in getting at the lire. Nearly half an
hour was lost before the hook and ladder
wagon arrived. Had I had a ladder, I
believe I could have quenched the fire in
its incioiency with a few buckets of
water without doing much damage. Even
after the truck atrived, a fireman jelled
out from one of the windows: 'Send
your bone home and give me a bucket of
water and I'll do more good here than the
whole pack of you.'" Alderman Winter
was one of the first to know of the fire,
and hurrying down to the Wideawake
hose house gave the the alarm, pulled the
cart to the fire and then worked like a
Trojau to subdue the destroying element.
Qe became completely soaked and chilled
and thereby subiected himself to danger
that a city the size of Rock Island ought
to pay men to do.
With a properly equipped hook and
ladder truck and some fiystem of alarm.
the city could yesterday have saved two
families from being driven from their
home for the chief damage was done by
water and in one of those families was
an invalid wboBe death may be the result
of the exposure in being driven from the
flooded house. Tbe fire has served to ils
lustrate to a number of aldermen tbe folly
of longer maintenance of tbe present
system, and if tbe city does not feel able
to put in a thorough paid system the
Arocs would suggest that some such
schemo as the Franklin's bave for recelv
log an electric alarm be put in. That a
number of tbe companies be disbanded
and the four best provided with four
wheeled carts and horses kept on the
premiss, and that tbe book and ladder
truck be similarly provided and that the
city appoint and pay tbe chief and pro
vide one man to be at each of tbe various
hose houses at all times, tbe chief to be
one of these men. Then with proper
recognition of tbe volunteer firemen tbe
city would be in a measure protected.
Tbe same failing that has characterised
most fires recently, was again apparent
hydrants out of order. The one at tbe
corner of Third avenue and Fifteenth
street was in such condition that it was
with great difficulty that the water was
turned 08 after the fire. This disad
vantage would be" overcome with a paid
departmeat when the chief would fin d It
one of his duties to see that the hydrants
are in good repair.
The Beth Sommerville dramatic com
pany opened a week's engagement de
lightfully at Harper's theatre last even
ing, presenting to a large and highly
pleased audience a double bill, includ
ing a dramatised version of Miss Brad
don's famous novel, "Lady Audley'a
Secret," and the highly entertaining farce-
comedy "The Rough Diamond." Miss
Summerville proved herself to bo an ac
tress of rare versatile talents, while she
has been peculiarly fortunate in the selec
tion of her supporting company.
Tonight another double bill ia prom
ised including "Polly The Ballet Girl"
and "Slasher and Crasher." The com
pany plays to popular prices 10. 20 and
A very interesting entertainment was
given at Turner hall Sunday night by the
Rock Island Turner society for the bene
fit of the teacher. Prof. L. Preusse. There
was a large audience present and the
programme com prist d: Overture, by tbe
orchestra; tableau; calisthenics, by the
scholars; exercises, on tbe horizontal
bars by first class; concert waltz, orcbes
tra; exercises on parallel bars by first
class; selection by Fabrner's Zither club
of Davenport; exercises on the horse by
first class; potpouri, by tbe orchestra;
pyramids by tbe first class; club swing
ing, Prof. L. Preusse; selection, Fabr
ner's Zither club; stall exercises by the
.Six Far Cant Loans.
Every Tuesday evening during Febru
ary the Rock Island Building Association
will bold meetings to dispose of iu sur
plus funds at nominal premiums.
E H. Outer, Secretary.
. lor Bate.
A good two-story brick house for sale
cheap, in good repair in lower part of the
city. Also vacant lot in same locality.
Enquire of E- E. PABKWrXEK, lawyer,
Postoflo block. .
The Indnetrtal Pair the Popular At
traction Sw Exhibits ToBlajht'a
There was another encouraging at
tendance at the Industrial fair last night
and a number of new attractions were
found upon the floor; among them the
chemical arrangement, extract and drug
display of Frank Nadler, and a steam
eagiue in operation belonging to Mr.
Yerbury. Bleuer's orchestra gave a fine
promenade concert, and Eddie jwanson
gave some clever clog dancing.
The following donations have been re
corded since the publication ot the last
list in the Argus.
Jacob Ramser, silver butterdish; Rock
Island Stetm Laundry, white st.irt; Qeo
Wagner. $10; I Huber, $10; Hani &
Babnsen, two odor case; Mclntire Bros,
silk plush cloak; R Scbwecke, 6 bottles
of wine; E Luckman, 6 bottles of wine;
Wm Scbroeder, box of cigars; Browner
& Danquard, 2 dozen of canned goods;
Mr Hiocher, 3 bottles wine; James Mc
Elroy, 3 bottles wine; P II Kelly. 3
bottles wine; A Hildebrandt, fifty 6 cent
cigars and fifty 10 cent cigars; Traftz &
Co, 4 boxes of soap and toys; Robt
Kuschmann, 3 sacks corn meal; Wheelan
Broa, basket of groceries; A Koitz, one
dozen trinkets; Chas Oswald, sack of
flour; John Aster, fancy cake; E Murrin,
two bottles of wine; William Gau
sert, sack of buckwheat; F Knox, $ ;
W A Ehleb, 60 igars; Fred Ebleb,
one bam; M Spoo, 25 cents; Mr Good
barrett, 35 cetts; Job Ross, CO cigars; F
Gross, "Motquito." six boitles of wines
and 50 cigars; Georce Wollenbaupt,
bracket wiib globe and flowers; A Her
ken, 50 cigars; Wynes& Schneider, pair
of fine rubbers; Given & Bill, 50 cigars
and two bottles of wine; Charles Engel,
sack of flour; Franklin Hose company,
two dozen bottles of wine and 100 cigars;
Lloyd & Stewart, silk bat; John Bengs
ton, two toilet bottles; L S McCabe,
promise of $10 cat-h if $2,000 is made;
Fred Rudolph, horse blanket; M A
Barnes, sack of flour: Fred Appelqnis,
air bottles of wine; George Bennett, pair
of $3 gloves; William Ranrskill, silk bat;
J H Besclin, 50 cigars; John Dressen.
four bottles of wine; Jacob Ohlweiler,
six bottles of wine.
Tonight occurs the graad concert from
tbe Bowlby music bouse pavilion, when
solos are promised by the following:
Prof. T. Rud. Reese, piano; Prof. Jacob
Reuter, violin; Prof. Ernst Oito, cornet;
Prof H. Fahringer, cello; Prof. 8. T.
Bowlby, solos; Emil N. Jacobsen and
A gold beaded cane will be put up to
night to be voted upon for the most pop
ular business man, the presentation to
occur Saturday night.
President Cavanaugh has arranged for
excursions on Wednesday and Saturday
on both tbe 0., B. & Q and R. I. & P.
roads when the exposition will be open
on the afternoon as well as evening.
Street cars run to Moline at the close
of the fair each night.
All comedy tonight.
A great comedy tonight.
'Slasher and Crasher" tonight.
10. 30. 80c at Harper's theatre.
Beth Sommerville again tonight.
Beautiful satteens at Mclntirs Bros.
Polly tbe "Bally Girl," and lots of fun.
Mrs. Wm. Parks, of Edgington, i9 very
French satteens. the latest des'gns, at
J. C. Taylor, of Taylor Ridge, was in
the city today.
Beth Sommerville made a hit last night .
Be sure and see her.
Mr. J. M. Wilson, of Rural township,
was in tbe city today.
The new London kid gloves 46 cents a
pair at McCabe Bros'.
Towels I towels! Oh, the towels at
McCabe Bros, linen sale.
Poll, as Beth Sommerville plays her,
will surely make you laugh.
Were you in at tbe scramble today at
McCabe Bros, linen salef
Great boxing match, sword fight and
fun In "Slasher and Crasher."
Workingmen, try a pair of M. & K's.
band made shoes, $1.00 a pair.
F. G. Young, the grocer, is the proud
paternal of a new bouncing boy.
We "wake 'em up." Kid glove sale at
McCabe Bros', is the crowd-drawer.
Mclntire Bros', are receiving new
spring wool dress goods examine.
Buy your hats at tbe M. & K. a sav
ing of at least $1 on every fine hat.
Mrs. Henry Curtis is expected home
from her southern visit in a few days.
The Hambletonlan gelding will bo raf
fled at the Rock Island house tonight .
Mr. L C. Blanding has returned from
a week's business trip to Dallas and other
points in Texas.
Willard Baker & Co have a contract for
manufacturing a sixty-five barrel copper
vat for Raible & Stengel's brewery.
It isn't ofteu you bave a chance to buy
pants fully worth $4 at $3 50. Such you
bave, however, at Simon & Mosenf elder's.
Robert Cox and Frank Donaway were
fined $5 and costs by Magistrate Bennett
yesterday for disturbing the peace. They
Dr. S. C. Plummer goes to Washington
next week to be present at the inaugura
tion. He wants to be there in plenty of
Hon. H. C. Cleaveland and George B.
Stebbins bave gone to Chicago to attend
the twenty-flftb anniversary of the K. P.
The Brewster bouse at Free port was
completely destroyed by fire last night,
entailing a severe loss to the owner and
Tod Kelly tripped on a rlokety side
walk Sunday night and fell in such a
manner as to fracture tbe small finger on
hiB left hand.
Mr. Thos. E. Cole, of Buffalo Prairie,
was in the city yesterday on business. He
He is one of the prominent young fanaera
of the lower end.
Eight customers were awaiting their
turn at Simon & Mosenfeldor's yesterday
to try on pants. Their special pants sale
attracts widespread attention.
Tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock till
12 (two hours) a lot cf fancy stripe bath
towels, size 15x29, will go at 4 cents a
piece at McCabe Bros', linen sale.
- M. & K. have made arrangements with
a small manufacturer of one line of men's
shoes to take their entire product. These
goods are atricily band made throughout
intended for genuine bard wear and
will atand the racket. Price $1 00.
Simon & Mosenfelder have a l'ne of
their $3.50 pants strung in front of their
store, so anyone passing can see at a
glance what kind of bargains they are
Since the inauguration of Simon &
Mosenfelder's special pants sale they
have had a daily throng of customers.
The people seem to realize who mean
Promising hoys arrived yesterday at tbe
residence of Police Officer McCarthy on
Twenty-fourth atreet, and at the resi
dence of Ret man Scbwecke on Twentieth
The Cochran Fulton company, of Lou
isville. Ky., has purchased and taken
possession of tbe entire stock of liquors
and other property of the fl mof John B.
Lynch & Co.. doing business opposite tbe
A strangor attempted to fl'ch a roll of
bills in tbe safe of a store at Milan Satur
day, but was detected, and while he at
tempted to make his escape was pursued
and captured and locked up In the Milan
Rev. G. W. Gue started for Springfield
this morning on the C, B. & Q , as del
egate from Buford post, 213. to the state
G. A. R. Mrs. Wm A. Norrls went as
delegate from the W, R. 0., No. 68, to
the state W. R. C. !
To make their bat sale a boomer, M. &
K. include all cps fur, scotch. Jcr-eys,
etc. stone half price: 25 cent Scotch
caps, 13 rente; 50 cent quality 25 cents;
tbe first 75 cent quality 88 cents; $1 fur
cays 60 cents; $2 fur caps $1. Men's
and boys' hats from 23 cents upwards.
Mr Ed. Wilcox is filling Harry Brooks'
position as mailing clerk at the postoffice
during the latter's illness. Ed. is getting
in bis band to go on tbe road again, as
he feels sure of a snug b:rth in tbe rail
way service as soon as Harrison gets tbe
presidential seat fairly warmed.
The latest is that Dr. G jo. Babcock is
proudly exhibiting a specimen of a tooth
which be swears by all the curiosities
beneath tbe frigid surface of tbe Missis
sippi, be extracted from one of tbe tinny
tribe during his cold plunge tbe oiher
afternoon. Babcock is a great man to
seek to create sensations, but it was never
supposed be would attempt ary such des
perate tactirs as these.
A gas well at Ktngsville, Oat., throws
out nearly eight million cubic feet daily.
C. A. Stisi, Mnrfr.
One Week, Boglnnlnng
Monday Eve'g, Feb. I 8.
8nrportd by a strong company presenting a
rsperiolr of tbe latest isramai aud
POLLY, THE BALLET GIRL,
SLASHER AND CRASHER
Chnora of Prozramma nlchtlT. Pooalar Dries.
1 1, S-J snd 8J cent.
Turner Grand Opera House.
Three Niohts Only.
SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY
Feebcabt 17, 18 AVD IB, IBM.
Special engagement of the gifted young actress.
"THE LADY OF LYONS !"
Miss Ranks' dresses for "CamlUe," snd "The
Lady of Lyons," were designed sd4 made by
worm, oi ran., ana oueune, 01 !w xora.
PRICES S3. SO. 76c and $1, Re erred seats 00
sale at HenblDger's sew art gallery.
f BLANK BOOKS
and a fall line of
Coder Rock Island House.
Secuked by First Mortgage,
Are the Safest and Best
Investments for a
. Steady Income.
In 13 year we have Invested over TWO MIL
L10H dollars in tbls manner without SJ
loss so lax to any cheat, .
We make a Suecltlty of Frm Lands, -and
spare no pains or expense to keen oar busl
ness on this contmUve basis.
f9"lnvestors are invited to call or write for de
tails. Completed Loans (or f00 and upwards al
ways os b .nil lor sale.
JtUitiaa mM - i am sail
Rock Island. Illinois.
GREAT CLEARING SALE
Boots and Shoes.
We have also a lot of Misses and Children's Kid
Shoe to close out at cost.
Call and see.
CAUSE & CO.,
1622 Second Avenue.
J. B ZIMMER,
No. 1810 Second avenue, Is receiving daily 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 AEE LOHV.
Shops Corner If inth St., and Seventh Avenue,
Rock Island, 111.
General Jobbing and Repairing promptly done.
8d8econd Hand Machinery bought, sold and repaired.
H. D. FOLSOM,
-Catawba, Port, Blackberry and Cherry, only
$1.50 per Gallon,
KOBE 1ST & ADLER'S,
P03T OFFICE BLOCK,
dend for Price List. P. O. Box 84.
Kidney and Liver Pills
rer Oie er of Um. K3da7, Bfood csd stoas
aeadtsaaMe. These cekbnM p lie are fast tak
In tbe plaee of the more erjmoslTc rested We fur
kidns sad Uvcrenaaplainu, snd sic tar smpertoK,
soot easily tskea, sod in 'set ere tbe best ti tas;
rrer totradaced for all dis-aee of lbs kldaeys
and liver, rick headsets, pais ia tbe back ai
ride, branbara. fsawinc and boniac palos at tba
pit of tba atossacb, reUowesin, coated tongue,
comic ff sp of tba food after eat leg, otfUmaietio'i
of taekMajejs gravel. ete, and aa a family iUl
they bave as) aoai. and sboaud be kept ia ova
liieiilu i Tor all
bedtune: for drape pels, ooe ararv day before
diaowr: ferdajordarot tba Sidaera. twa, two or
tbrea tbaea a sraek eetil rallarad j tor disorders
of tba liver, and hfHnrim s. tbiaeartoar aa ro
qnlrsd. GIVE THEM A TRIAL.
NONE EQUAL THEM
Tbs aecprieter wfl forward them as ear aakteeaa
by stall, oa receipt of price.
25 Cts a Bottle.
Offer this week an unneually attractive
line of Satteens at
121-2 Cents per Yard,
in colorings and designs patterned after late
French satteens choice every one of
them; also will sho a large as
in newest effects, figured plains to match.
Prices Lower than last season.
NEW WOOL DRESS GOODS
are arriving; handsome enough to please the most
fastidious, and offered at prices worthy the
. attention of closest buyers.
tSfYou are c rdiallv invited to -x mine.
No. 1707 Second avenue, Rock Island.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Cure Cougbi, Colds, Hoarseness, droop
Whooping Cough. B pitting of
Blood and all Dlaaaaai .
of tb Lang.
' Ov trlil la a'l t) at Is necesrary to aonelnca
yoo. that It is the beet Cod Kb hemedy nasda. ao
osit time yea bsvs a tonga or eold, call sad (at
Price 10 88 and 00 cent.
CsHJor;ctrcalar containing taadmoaUit.
Manufactured by "
T. H. Thomas.
H.9. Above rood shipped to any aadxtu as
rreatprn tba price.