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Both the method and results -when
Syrup of Figs ia taken ; it is pleasant
and rcfrpsbing to the taste, and acts
pnily yet promptly on the Kidneys,
Liver and Bowels, cleanses the sys
tem effectually, dispels colds, head
aches and fevers and enres habitual
conftij'ation. Syrup of Figs is. the
only remedy of its kind ever pro
duced", pleasing to the taste and ac
cfptahle to the stomach, prompt in
its action and truly beneficial in its
efleets, prepared only from the most
1 alrhy and agreeable substances, its
i a' r excellent qualities commend it
to all and have made it the most
popular remedy known.
fyrup of Figs is for sale in 50c
and $1 bottles by all leading drug
gists. .Any reliable druggist who
niay not have it on hand will pro
cure it promptly for any one who
wishes to try it. Do not accept any
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
LOUISVILLE, KY. NEW YORK, N.I.
J. 8 REIDV.
T. 15. KlY.
LOTS ron AI.B.
Fom rhfilre lotn In V i iter" Biid'n. f 1 .OtW to $1,500
l.n r in I.v ni ' uilil lion Am t-i
bit. in i ''II' re Mi lL'htu 800 to 4 0
L.it- in K.'e. wooil I'tirk S'H
L-1- in line I'd addition A00 to IX1
Seme fine r--i 'ence ri'operty In cltv; iroort ln
i lmi i ic; lo numliiT of ulce cottages wliich
mn I, bail ct.eip oil long time.
In. 4. Mi'chi'll St I.yiidi- building gro'ind
Horn, in reur of M ill. bi ll &, Lyntle hank.
Have you called at
If not, you had better, for
you will find lots of Silver
and Gold Novelties as well
as a large assortment of
the latest in Fine Jewelry,
H. D. fOLSOM.
W. B. GRIPPIW,
GRIFFIN & KEATING,
No. 1712 First Ave.,
Rock Island, III,
Practical : : :
Santa-v Plumbin .-,
Ohs Fittint; and General Jobbing.
-ALL KINDS O?
Cast Iran Work
iiiri.-. a oclolty of furnishing aLkindt
if Stow with Castings a 8 mil
M ACHINE SHOP
'Man addod where all kinds of
work will bo done flrst-class.
SIXTH ST. AND 7th AVI
DOWNING K()S Prontj-.
aytiL-hteenth trt. Clothes nt eal.d
MiillfiP m minlhi H1 h. ulj
i . drc- Suish or Dleated.
WHO WILL WIN ?!
Operators and Officials
A QUESTION OF UNO 3BTAINTY.
Trains Aro Kept Kenning on Time nd 80
Far as thia Division is Concerned There Is
No Evidenso of a Strike-V ews of Cbiof
Bamrax-lkMM Operators lletwrn So
Work A Kew Railroad anil Other Mat
tin of Interest to Railroad Men.
There have been no Dew developments
in the strike tf the Rock uland opera
tors so far as this division it concerned.
Trains are all moving on tirr e and there
U no indication that any trouble will be
experienced. Trainmaster Sickle this
morrjirjg slated that nearly idl tbe men
who had left ifceir keys betwien hira and
Chicago have gone b'ick to work in-
c'mlins ttie luree men at incline woo re-
m r.ir.i in wnrk etterday He sta'es
hat tvery.biog id runrirg jtsi as though
nothing had happened. Opt rutor Forbes
who left his key here on Thursday re
por d again for duty jtsten'.ay but only
worki rt two hours when he v;as relkved.
There stents to be more tri-ihle in the
west t"n along thif -i f us the rr.cn
are reported as leaving theft instrurrents
every t!-.y. I ne cnmpe.nv c aims, ljow
. Ti-r, to 0c- abltj to BU tbtir lic;9 ts fist
as they lenve.
Trospect of it SpreaO Ing.
AcconliuK to Jae rep'.rcs ct iottrviews
wir-. Chk-f Ramsey of the O R. T. there
s a 8'roLg likeatioo 1 of the f trike f preadb
in;; to other roads, and it ia a so intimated
that it wr.ukt cot be a surprise if the
Fi'der V.Um i.f Traiomc n woi.ld tske some
ac ion in rejiir.1 to the rirsittr. The
conference with the operators on 'he Bib
Four has not yet reacted a conclusion
and what the result will be h, of course,
ia doubt. There is also trouble brewing
on the B. & O. and the ). R. T men
c'aim that the matter of the TJnion Pic;ric
b-.-ing drawn in is onl? a question
time. At any rate, the mat er is still iii
a doubtful situation, and is agita.ir.fc ali
the railroad oganizatios.
Another New Boal.
The new compar.y which is to a' soib
thu r'uiton Coun7 H'irro Oaus,e rsn-
rosd bus filed it articles of incorpo atior.
wiih the aecn ur o: 8'Bf. I'.. is known
as the St. Puil, G-desburg & Sou' hern
railroad mmoany, and the proposed line
is t.) he coLS.iucieu from a aoint on lie
northern h uindary line of I linois, in Jo
Diviecs couniy. extending in a south
ear.erly a.r clion through the counties o'
Jo Daviess. Carroll. Whit -side, Henry,
Knox, Fulton, Mson :nd Cass to Wav
erly, Morgan couuty. A branch will be
built from a point in Fulton county
southwest through the counties of Fulton,
Sshuyler, Brown, Adams asd Pike to the
Mi-sissippi r rer. The principal businec
office is to be maintained ai Cuicno. The
Cpi-al stock is $6 000,000
One Thing anst Another.
S C. Ci.ffe general ajem of ih
Rick Island & Peoria at the latter place
was in the city yesterday on business
B A. Branch, who repreents it t E
In the capacity of travelirg passe eer
agent, was in Rock Island yesteriey oi
business. Henry Holmes who is connected wi'h
the train service of the Louifville &
Nashville out of Chicago is visiting
friends in the city.
C. R. I. & P. switch engine No. 32
hai come out of the shops, 'where Ehe br.s
been some time, looking bri2ht and m w.
She has been given a thoro igh overbuy
ing. C. C. Walton, travelii R passenger
agent of the Central Railwi.y of Georgia,
was in the tri-cities yesterd sy looking af
ter southern business in thi interests ( f
Conductor James Hem ison of th
Cable branch of the Peoria is confined to
his home by sickness, and Conductor
Redmond of the main line ia running tti
train during bis absence.
Herbert E Bronixer, of Freeport, ii
at work in the C , M. & Ht. P. freigni
offlae &i bill clerk, taking the place ot
Thoma3 Smith, who has resigned li
position with tbe company.
The Milwaukee road is testing a ne
b ock signal device. It works by eli-c
tricity and is so constructed that at any
given time when th;re is d mger wiih n
the lilock it shuts ofC the steam on tin
lcomotive and sounds in alarm on
the whistle. Should anything get wront;
with a switch on that Mock tne i ff i tiN
tbe same as it there was another tram n
The wrnployes of tbe Rin k Isl-.nd ar
enjoying great sport at thi ezpersu
O inductor C T. Clapper, ho h'is beet
made conductor of a hand car J:-ed i
the construction of the telei;nph line be
tween Dvenport and West Liberty Th
case is the first one on record where
conductor of a train was pi red in ctort'
of a band car, which is ac'ua'ly the chb- .
The duty of Mr. Clapper is to carefully
guard the right of . way a id allow al
trains to pass the hand car without d
lay. The matter is p artictlarly anm i: g
to the boys and apparently not relintie a
b? the jovial conductor.
The most successful spi ctacular mc
traveling made its entree as a bidder f r
public approval at the Lyceum theatn
last bight. If tbe applause of ti e audi
voce is evidence of a favor ihle verdict,
the programme of noveltiet as presented
by Sam T. Jack's "40 Thieves" com oany
won a decided success. Chicago News.
This extravaganza will be tbe attraction
at the Burtis next Sundiy Dec 11
Kxemrsloa 'Kates for Christ nas and Hew
f Tbe C.AvL. & 8l. p. rai Way will eell
fxcursionticktis for one far and one
ov TikeUon sale Dec. 24th, 25 tb.
28th aodf sist and Jan. 1st md 2d, good
',ooo'uT.up t0 and inclulins: Jan. 8J,
onX ,i,c(te old within a distance e
POINTS FOR PILOTS.
The Close of the I'pper Mississippi River
Convention at I.m Crosse Capts Durhaaa
Expresses His Opinion.
At the Upper Mississippi River Pilots'
convention at L Crosee, the pontoon
bridge near that city came up for discus
sion, and the opinion of Cpt. C. W.
Dunham, of this city, wes asked. He
said, in reply, that when the .bridge
across the west chancel there was bailt,
there waa a strong objection on the part
of navigators to making the structure a
continuous one. A draw wss put in on
tbe west side, but the law has not been
carried out in acy respect. The channel
is in such a state that a hn'f raft cannot
go through with safety. Ills impossible
to legally close that draw and make a
continuous bridge without a special act
of coneress. The secretary of war has
certain rights about the matter, but he
has not followed the law. In order to
get that channel fixtd up fomething must
be done first to Ehow that it will never be
navig. ted again. He did not think any
resolution of any city could wipe out the
statutes of the United S'atea.
Capt. Durham said he did not want
any one to understand his ffloe was op
posed To closing the slough, but the law
is such that they can do nothing now. If
you raise the dam to the w.ximum height
and continue the fence down a sufficient
distance to draw the rafts out of the
slough the pontoon draw will fU into
disuse. The pilots will co-operate in
this, but we can do nothing without tbe
consent of the engineering corps. Capt.
Winans Slid we wnt not only the slough
to be closed, but closed in such a wav
that it will aid navigation. He said he
came near wrecking a couple of rafts
there las', summer.
The Schr-ell Social aid Literary club
has sent invitations to its friends to the
first literary entertainment of the season
which occuts at its room on next Friday
Elaborate invitations have been issued
by the Tri-CUy Travelers' association for
its grand banquet and ball to be given at
the new FUr z & Bahnsen building on
Friday evening, Dec. 23.
Tut 0kdale club has issued handsome
inyitations to its second annual ball
which occurs at Armory hall Friday
evening, Dc. 30.
Miss Montgomery entertained a party
of young lady friend at her home on
Second ayenue yesterday afternoon. A
In go number were present and a delight
ful time was had by all.
George P Stauduhar and wife enter
tained a party of friends at their home on
Third avenue last evening. Progressive
cinch was the order of the evening and
several hours were spent by the guests
The eleventh annual ball of Iron
Molders Union No. 230 occurred at
Armory hall last night. It was largely
attended nearly 100 couple being present
and all ei joved an unusually pleasant
evening. Bleuer's orchestra furni hed
Onion Bill, so well known as j mrnalist
and base ball enthusiast has gone into
the law business, if the following from
art exchange is the truth: - "The
downward course once begun by a young
man is rapid and terrible indeed Ttiere
was W. 8. McCaull. for example; once he
was a blight young newspaper man, city
editor of various journals in Iowa and
Illinois He became infected with the
base ball cri and became organizer
and afterwards sicretary of tbe Iowas
I.liooi; league. Now he has become a
lawyer, having been sdruitted the 1st of
November to practice in the courts of
Illinois. BU shingle floats ic tbe breeze
at Joliet. T. e theologians might have
found an illustration here of tbe Fal. of
Man.' From journalism to law, and in
such brief space, tool Lucifer's dive
from celestial regions could not have
been more precipitate nor more spec
Between 4 and 5 o'clock this morning
Mr. and Mrs. William "Boggess, who re
fi li over W. A. Ealeb's eroctry store on
Twentieth street between Third and
Fou-th avenues, wre ar-tmed by an un
it 'usual noise at tbe door of tne store be
low, and Mr. Boggess, quiekly dressing,
went down and encountered two men in
tbe net of burglarizing tbe store. On
being discovered the men fleJ, end Mr.
Boggess pluckily save pursuit, at the
Same time giving an al-irm for police, but
he scamps made good their escape.
Oa examination of the xtore it was dis
covered that the lock had been picked
and thn front door opened, but invetig
lion so far has revealed only the los9 of
two box-s of cigars, as the extent rf the
A Lucky Eseape .
Wnile driving hom? just before rom
'oday, M ss Alice Campbell, daughter pf
Oourfy Treasurer Ctmpbe l, was thrown
from : hnggy at the corner of Twenty
third fr-'et Hti Fif:h .ivenn?, and was
ihoucht o havis tieen seriously injured
She wb carrird into the office of Drs.
Barth & riollo vbush, but was found to
n ve euVamfcii only a slight scalp wound
and afterward went borne. Tbe horse
continued up Moline avenne, where it
collided with a wood wagon and ran no
to Mr. Campbell's home on 'ho bluff.
Tbe buagy wus pretty badly broken up.
and it was a lucky escape for Miss Camp
O f the first stain or speck beware
That on your teeth you may espy,
There is by far more danger there.
Than at the moment meets the eye.
TTan rVcnrlnnt withnnt delav. '
And thus arrest the first decay.
Card of Thanlu. , '
The family of tbe late Michael Brecns
ti ke this method of publicly expreesey
tfcei' sincere gratitude to in wno
kit d'y assisted tbem daring their Isle o
THE CITY'S CARE.
Tramps Are Plenty Here These
LODGING PLACE AT TBE STATION.
Eighteen to Twenty of the Wanderers
Oared for Every Night Brought Here by
the Canal Construction They Work a
Day, Get Their Pay, Blow it and the
City's Humanity is Appealed to for a
Night's Protection. .
'No news around here," said Caie f
Millet to an A Rous representative, who
poked bis nose in ct police headquarters
this morning. "Nothing here bu
tramps," the chkf continued, "and tht y
are not new. In fact, they are fret,
ting to bo an old story. Tiie
are numerous hre these dais.
They are the only class of peool.
that come under our attention to any
great extent. But the only thing thut
bothers us is that we can't get anything
out of them for the city. They come
here and commit themselves to the care
of the station aDd all we can to is to
give them a comfortable place to sleep.
They commit no crime or offense. They
admit that they are penniless 'buMed,'
as they put it and the city's only alter
native is to give them lodging-"
"Ths number of tramps is larger than
ia customary at thi3 season of the year, is
it? enquired the reporter.
Kighteen so Twenty a Iay.
"Larger! I should say it was," ex
claimed the chief. Hardly a night passes
that we do not have a3 many as can
handle. Eighteen to 20 is the average ptr
"To what do you attribute this in
creased number of tramps t"
"To the canal construction work. The
operations at Milan seem to draw them .
They work a day or so for the contrac
tors, receive their pay, blow it and then
come in here and ask for a place to
''Do the same men make a practice of
"Oh, no; we seem to have different
men each night, but the number does cot
diaii ish. The average keeps up '0
from 18 to 20."
"Is the city xpected to feid these mm
"No, not at all. They leave buf le
breakfast time, generally, although a
sionally we strike some of a grateful dis
position who want to do somethinj;.
Now the other morning after tbe snow, a
few of them t itched in rfnd cleaned oi:r
wilks, and t'itse we gave their break
Some of Them Are Well Behaved.
"Some of them, too, are well behaved-
well dressed, gentlemanly appearing fel
lows. But they setm to have taken to
the road They work where they can,
and, if it ia not to their liking, have a good
time on what they earn, Sleep where they
can, get their meals as best they can ana
let the morrow take care of itself. We
don't provide bed 9, cots or covers for
them. We give them a well heated room
to sleep in and that is all the city can be
expected to do for them.'
The Holiday Trade.
Charles A. Meek, furniture and house
hold goods. 322 Brady street, Davenport,
speakirg of tbe holiday trade says:
Business ts booming. Eyer since Tnanks-
uiving we have had a rush of buiines
that is marvi'lous. In our line the pros
pect for a tremendous holiday trude i
(XCellent. Our season has opened to
such an extent that we have been com
pelled already to add to our facilities fo
taking care -if our trade and deiiverin
goods. For several weeks we have
been adi'ing to our stock as we have in
tended and placed quick selling and it-
tracting wares in tne most conspicuous
places, moving some of the larger arti
cles of furni'ure in the backgroun We
are making a specialty just now of
ladies writing de?ks. jiarlor tables, easy
chairs.irocking chv.rs, of which we boast
the finest line in the three cities. You win
also find in cur stock at this seascn a
handsome assortment of parlor unu
hanging lamps, silverware, albums, pic
tures, easels, table spreads, Uco and cue
nille curtains, and many other article.
time and space will not permit our men
tioning. A visit .to our store will con
vince you tint it is the btBt place to se
lect a sensible and useful gift. Then
yon know money goes farthest with us
as we give goods on tbe easv payment
plan. ' We are euro you will find in out
stock just what you w-int. Buy s m -thing
useful and you will ever thank i:s
for the suggestion It will cost ru
nothing to look us over and we sna 1 b -pleased
to show you around whether you
buy or not.
Tne joints and muscles are so lubri
cated by Hood s Sarspnnlla that all rheu
matism and stiffness soon disappear. Trv
On a recent moraine, while a number of
men were seated near the front door in a
ii road way wholesale dry coods store, an
old bat neatly dressed German woman en
tered. She carried an open basket contain
ing boxes of wax matches. She looked de
serving and honest, and one of the men
bought a box from her. While she was
making change the door opened and a one
armed beggar entered. He looked u,ri,y
and dissipated. He appealed to each man
separately, but in vain. As he turned to
go out the woman stopped him, took a cent
out of her basket and handed? it to him.
He took it readily enough and passed on.
She calmly picked op her basket and fol
lowed, leaving the men to regard each
other in wonder.
"Is that a put tip job?" asked one.
He jumped up and looked out of the
door. He could see tbe beggar coming out
of a store a few doors above. The woman
was going down Broadway. New York
Why Did They LAdghf
Bob Have yon sold your humorous ar
ticle to any newspaper yetr
Sam I've shown it to several editors,
bat none of them has bought it,
. "Perhaps they don't think it fanny
'Oh, yes, they do, for they all langhed."
1 nave used youri
:ivatioB Oil ar.d
can say it is the finest
ing I ever saw
for an binds of painB
grains and can
rcoma,end u to any o,
. L Adams,
ftiie (iol-tto i'lace.
A jouni woman of this city with some
literary taste, prompted by a commendable
desire to become seif supporting, set out to
f nd congenial employment upon some one
of the Chicago dailies. Resolutely she
knocked at the door of each, but in vain.
All the places were filled and no prospect
of a vacancy. Nothing daunted, she made
a list from the directory of all the publish
ing houses and trade papers, determined to
persevere nntil success crowned her efforts.
One by one these places were visited, until
finally, when she had nearly come to the
end of her rounds, she found a most agree
able gentleman, who, in bland voice, in
quired the object of her call.
"I desire editorial employment upon your
paper, sir," she said.
"I should be glad to engage your serv
ices," replied the gentleman pleasantlr,
"but I fear yon could not possibly me(-t
the requirements of an editor upon my
paper. We are specialists, and ladies do
not usually inform themselves npon our
"I dou't know about that, sir. Indeed I
feel that I can write upon almost any su!
ject. Although young, I have had con
"Doubtless, mi3, but, you see, ours is
is p. a hog paper."
"Well, sir," she spoke up bravely, "it's
quite true that I haven't read very much
about those very interesting animals, but
I have an uncle who has reared quite a
number of them, and I guess he could po-t
me for the position."
She got a place, and a Rood one. Surb
perseverence always wins. Chicago Mail.
Bid nis Buty.
An old gentleman on the Rochester arl
Pittsburg railroad anxiously inquired . f
the conductor whether the train stopped ;it
a little crossroad tow u on the line. It ilid
not, and the old man seemed very much dis
turbed in consequence.
"Wlmt am I goin to do?" he asked
"Did you want to get off there?" a j-ym-pathetic
"No; but you see I've got a box of clothes
pins that I wanted to leave oil there for n;y
"Why, you can drop them off the rcuf
platform,'' said some one; and as they ap
proached tne little town four or five people
followed the old man out on the rear plat
form of the train, where he descended to
the lower step, and as the traiu sped past
a shanty he leaned forward until the
alarmed conductor grabbed his coat tails.
The box struck the end of a log, and a
couple of grass of clothes pins shot in;o
the air as though fired out of a gun, and
scattered like shot from the muzzle of a
bell pointed blunderbuss.
For a moment the old man was a picture
of perplexity, but when he looked back up
the track and saw his "darter" and grand
children had witnessed the mishap and
were hurrying out with the evident inten
tion of picking up the scattered merchan
dise he turned and entered the car, and
glancing with an amused expression at the
laughing passengers he said as he took his
seat, "Well, I'm glad them pins are deliv
ered." Harper's Young People.
One of Moore's "Bulls."
Sitting after dinner one evening at Slop
erton col tage, the conversation turned on
the Irish aptitude to "bulls."
"By the way, Mr. Moore," said a youn
Englishiuan, "I've found you oat in au
"Indeed," said the guilty poet, "pray,
what is it?"
"Oh," said young Literal, "in that song
of 'The Watchman' you say in the last
"And see the sky tis morning
bo now indeed good night.
"Now of course 'good night' in the morning
is a blunder."
' "Upon my word," said an old gentleman.
"I never observed that bull before,"
"Nor I either," said Moore gravely.
Todo justice to both parties we shall give
the verse of the song in question:
Again that fearful warning!
Had ever time such flight?
And see the sky 'tis morning
So now Indeed good night.
The watchman having himself bawled out,
"Past 12," "Past V "Past 2," at length
calls, "Past 3," and the startled lover sings
the above "Good night." Westminster lie
view. An Explanation.
In the year 1S36 the aurora boreal is un
seen one night as far south as Wiltshire
The inhabit ants of a certain village assem
bled to witness the unwonted spectacle.
Many were the inquiries as to what it was,
when a woman exclaimed, "Do thee send
for our Jock, he's a scholurd; I'll be bound
he'll gie un a neamet" When Jock arrived
he looked upward and said, "Oh! its only
a phenomenon!" "There," said the de
lighted mother; "didn't I tell 'ee he'd gie
un a neame?" Notes and Queries.
Mrs. Delia M. Jones, Grauville. N. T..
wtifi-s: ! have the highest prai.-o. 'o give
I'D'. Bail's Cough Syrup. We hve
used it i i our family for five years wiih
h- h. i eff-cts. "
THE MOST STUnnnnr
Skin and Scalp Diseases, the worst
forms of Scrofula, all blood -taints
and poisons of every name and nat
ure, are utterly rooted out by Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovprv.
For every disease caused by a torpid
uver or impure Diood, it is the only
remedy so certain and effective that
it can be guaranteed. If it fails to
benefit or cure, you have your
Eczema, Tetter, Salt-rheum, Ery
sipelas, Boils, Carbuncles, Enlarged
Glands, Tumors, and Swellings, and
every kindred ailment, are com
pletely and permanently cured by it.
pieces to select from; who pay
cents to SI for that which
you can get at 10c at
C, C, Taylor's
1717 Second Avenue.
You can save Time and
J. - Ramses; & Son, ,
The Old Established Jewelers.
Owing to their immense and well selected stock you will
find just such an article as you desire for a Xmas gift with
out wasting time and energy looking around.. We carry a
large variety of opera glasses, gold spectacles, eye glasses,
fine silver novelties, onyx clocks, souvenir spoons, carving'
sets, small fancy clocks, Chatelaine watches, and our usual
large line of watches, diamonds and fancy store rings.
We have fitted up a special department for OPTICAL
GOODS: we are better prepared for correcting all errors of
refraction than any one in the three cities.
J. RAMSER & SON,
1S27 Second Avenue, Fock Island.
Special Sals of
BOOTS AND SHOES
AT THE CARSE & CO. STAND.
t!V.j CAItSR & CO8 OUR
rifht & Peters' Dengola Hand Turn and Welt 1 50 3 75
" Dull dong welts 4.50 3'
" Dongolas M. 8 3.50 2.30
" " Mat kid top 4.50 j (jq
" Straight goat 2.1H 3.26
Stribley's Dongola hand turn 4(H) 3 25
" wlt " 8-50 3;0
" M. S 3 m a 35
Cloves' Welt 3.5,, 3 m
" " M. 8. patent tip 3.00 2.21
French & 11 all's Cordovan hand sewed..,.. 5.50
Calf hand sewed 5 50
Bay State Calf Welt 500
We Guaaantee the above to be lower than ever before offer; I. Call at our
store and inspect our goods and prices; we have also a great m'.ny otler bar
gains that we are now offering.
Successor to Carse & Co., 1622 Second Avenue.
Think of It;
Over half a million people die everv
year, in the United States, from Lung
nd Throat diseases which alwavs sttrt
from a neglected Cold or Cough. If you
tre suffering from any of the above dis
eases try this remarkable Couth Syrup,
and you will use no other afterwards.
'Ve have hundreds of testimonials from
those benefitted by it.
25 akd 50 era. a bottlk. samplk bot
tles 10 CTS.
Ask your druggist for Dr. McKann's
(risn Couga Syrup. Take no otherl One
rial is all that is necessaty to convince
you. Sent to any address by express on
eceipt ot price. M .deonly by the pro
SHALL I BUY FOR
Go to.G. O. HUCKSTAEDT
and he will show you a nice line of Rockers,
ladies' desks, cabinets, bookcases, side
boards, parlor furniture, etc., to select from.
We have this week received an impor
tation of French white china for decora
tion. ALBUMS Our line of Albums is
ahead of anything we baye
bad in the past in style, and
lower in prio. Tbe new
shapes are very desirable.
BIBLES We have a large lice of
the celebrated Hoi man fam
ily bibles: Also his self
pronouncing teacher's edi
tion. Call and examine these
and our Oxford and Baxter
FRAMES We am this year ai hereto
fore making a special feature
of our framing department
and prices much lower.
Geo. H. Kingsbury,
1703 1705 Second Ave.. Rock Wand. Telephone 1216.
402 Fifteenth street, Moline.
Proptietoror 0rtb Brad? street
Ail jCikds of Cat Flowem conetaiitlvon hand.
. AID ARCHITECTURAL IRON WQRKi
' At kinds of braca, bcooae and aluminum bronze casting, all shades n3 feic.ajr.
j V. a iperUUr of brass metal
f3 i -
sr uss vmf Jl urn first arcane, near
Money by Trading with
Paxton. 111., Nov. 6. 1892. T. H
Thomas, R ck Island: Der sir Please
find inclosed postal note for two boxes of
our wonoerful kidney and liver pills.
The pills that I got from you before did
me so much good that 1 can say they are
tbe best that I ever used, having cleared
away the gravel that 1 was troubled
with. I have recomm- niltd them to my
friends. Yours very truly,
Paxton, Ford Co., 111.
These Wonderful Pill are male and
sold at 25 cents per bot'le by
H. THOMAS, Druggist.
Will soon be here.
Prepare for It
B? BUYING YOUB
Horses, dolls, snunK;. gmes,
sleds, drum, toilet cssea. jeel boxes,
shavine ctses. manicures.
Smoking ee s.
and all f it cv goods in an endies variety
pattern and arttsae work. "
. . f ..nsnr tct s vn
rerry lauding, - 1
' . 6 u- w- holE8, A?ent
231 16th St., Cam, II