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THE HOOK ISLAND AKGU8; "WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 30. lHt9.
1 1 Custom Honse.
We have junt recelyed and plnccd on
sate the Uram line of
e bave ever hecu able to lay before eur
utrmers. Our order were ylawd nar
IV six months ago at a time when all la
l or troubles bad been settled among the
emo'eyees In the St. Gull districts and at
h period when orders were boing solici
ted al a discount from 12) to 15 per cent
Iclnw the lowest fluures evar before
re '.rhed. Yu will be readily convinced
(,f these facta as soon as you fee how wo
lnve lowered the prices and at the same
lin.e secured an Improved class of work
Tmp patterns are more painty, more ar
tiniic. and the work shows more skill
W'e open thou ands of yards of nar
row, medium and wide edgines Bnd In
firriincs ho'U In cambric, nainsook and
Swis Flouncing nd full skirt widths
in all qualities of of Swiss, nainsook and
cambric, with all widths of edgings anil
inwriion to match. Also all over cm
tirord Tie to match with the sets In dif
ferent widths. The choicest patterns
1714. 1716. 1718. 172C and 1723 Skcono Avehce, Rook Island.
American Bible Societies Bibles at
Oxford Bibles at ct.
B'gster Bible at cost.
Window Shades at coat.
Wa'.l Paper very cheap.
Albums of City of Rock Island 50c.
22x28 Ecgravings 47c.
at cost. A job lot of
at your own prices.
KINflSRURY & SON,
1703 Second Avenue.
We are the Western agents for the stove maimfacluies
of Taplin Rick & Co., and carry the largest stock of
etoves west of Chicago. In baying of us you virtually
hay of the manufacturers and at lower prices than any
retail dealer can afford to make. It will pay you to see
u-j before you buy anything in the shape of a stov.
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
Woodenware, Nick Nacks.
For assortment, quality and prices it always pays
to trade at
BOTH FASHION AND FABRIC
The delivery has been slow and we
have just got them In stock for this week's
trade. The styles are elaborate In de
sign and rich in variety. Plain and fig
ured Swisses, mulls, India linons, lawns,
piques, hastites, nainsooks and cambrics,
Bnzoo cepbyrs, Edelwies plaids and
stripes; check, plaM, stripe and fancy
piques; printed plaids, fancy plaids, Ve
rona plaids. Marabout plaids, Monando
pi a kls, colored pluida, lace plaids and
dozens of fancy styles too numerous to
We quote piques at 8, 4), 6 and 7
cents rer yard, which we challenge the
markets eist or west to match. Bazoo
tephr8c. Marabout plids 0 per yard.
We only have space for a few quota
tlona but we gunrantee every price to
meet with the approval of the most cau
Ladies arc mod cordially invited to
look over these goods. No one asked to
buy. To see will be to possess. Nearly
17 000 yards received last week and large
additions to be oponed early this week.
The Best Inkstand
IN TI1E WORLD,
The air is not admitted into the Ink
Fountain, hence ink is preserved in its
original purity no evaporation of ink
the pen gutire dip cup enatiles the writer
to regulate wiita aecurary the quautity of
ink to be taken on the pen.
Call and examine or send for circular
KINGSBURY & SON.
17l5 Second Avenue.
Harper House, Rock Island.
Hunt i c tht- Wolves.
The most exciting wolf bant that has
taken place in Scott county since the
dava of regularjh jnt for the lean, lank,
savage, blood-thirsty robber of hen
neries, pigeons and calves' stalls in the
thirties and ear'y forties, took place
in Davenport and Pleasant Valley town
ships, opposite Eatnpton the other day.
Wolves have beeii depredatory in that
territory all winur currying off poultry,
pigs and calves and the farmers came to
the conclusion to hunt the beasts to
death. The afternoon of the day in
question between seventy-five and one
hundred old farm. rs and young f nrmers
gathered at the rendezvous near Gilbert
for agreement as to directions. They
separated to form a corral party the cir
cle to have diameur of five miles point
on the Missiasippl river to a point north
of a point in Pleaant Valley to a point in
Davenport township. The men galloped
to their ntationg. .t Kiven signals the beat
ing up for the wolves commenced.
Through ravines snd woods, over bluff
and fields and mea lows the hunters moved
toward a common center. When several
of the party readied the brow of Cole
man's height they witnessed an interest
ing spectacle. West, hard beyond an or
chhrd, they saw a band of hunters slowly
coming eastward and out of the or
chard, bidden from his pursuers, they saw
a great wolf trot lnR along slowly over
the snow and now and then stopping to
look hack over that orchard. They
watched these nnvenien's for five min
utes, and then came on down toward the
common center themselves. And thus it
was that they wero able to give directions
to the northward and westward hunters
as to corralling tins wolf they had seen
and in twenty mil utes after the wolf was
slain With bullets from a half dozi-n rifles.
It was as large as a medium sited New
foundland dog and a mule.
There are several more wolves in those
sections of the townships, and the farm
ers are determined to exterminate them.
So another wolf hi nt will take place next
Friday, the weathi r permitting.
Mr. Swan Yourgren has a couple of
curious relics in hi i possession which are
valuable specimens of antiquity. One is
a two foot, hand cured wooden Hat iron
with a figure of a horse representing the
handle. It was received from Norway a
short time ago ly Henry Peterson, a
moulder, and be bus 1- f t it with Mr.
Youngien to show to his friends. The
iron benrs the date of 1762. Its under
surface is smooth and it is in "ended to
iron clothes in connection with a
roller. The other curiosity is a large
wooden pipe, yety heavy; in. fact its
weight wouli make it useful as a club in
a close encounter. It is made out of one
piece of wood, and the dimension of the
bowl is such lhat-i. would take about
half a day to smoke a "pipeful." Mr.
Dunlap secured it f-oni an Indian sev
eral years ago, and he in turn gave it to!
Capt. David Hill er. It is now the
property of Mr. Jott-ph Hillier.
lauvlllr' Business levice.
Anew wrinkle is bciug ttied at D.in-1
ville, Ind. It is in the interest of mer-!
chants who do net love the peddler.
Merchants starting in business are re
quired by a new ordinance to certify un
der oath their inten' ion to remain in bus
iness for a period of not less than one
year. Thi9 they must accompany by a
bond of 11,000. In the event of failure
to comply with the requirements of the
ordinance, the penoc shall be classed
under the head of itinerant merchants,
and charged a licnse fee of $5 a day.
The local merchant are represented as
much pleased over the novel ordinance,
but there is some dr ubt as to its validity.
If it Bhould be BusUined by the courts,
what a lot of town legislatures will be
importuned to follow in the path of the
It is reported that in the township of
EliZ'im Mercer coutty, two women en
caged yesterday in an encounter, the re
sult of which necess.tated the attendance
of a physician. The participants in this
unladylike affair are said to be Mrs. Jen
nie Reed and Miss Dora Mills, but the
origin of the difficulty is not stated. After
tailing to annihilate each other with
woman's chief weapon, the tongue, one
grabbed an axe and the other a apade
and commenced to pitry blows. Timely
interference prevented anything further
than a few slight cult, but the women say
the end is not yet.
Paving the Ieland Avenae.
When questioned this morning as to
what extent of pat ing the government
had in contemplation in connection with
the expensive job tht is being done for
the Holmes .street railway syndicate,
Maj. McGinnia, acting commandant at
the arsenal, said at present there would
lie no more done than the space between
the tracks and a foot on either side. The
government hoped ro pave the entire
causeway and Armstrong avenue as soon
as it could be done, but there was no ap
propriations made, or funds available for
the purpose now.
A Baioe ICoom.
There ought to be no better criterion
for judging of the condition of trade than
by the number of commercial travelers
who daily visit the city. The registers at
the Harper and Hock Island houses show
larger arrivals of th jse transient guests
within the past four weeks than has been
known before in five years. Of late it
has been the rule witii both these houses
that every room has been occupied
A thoroughly reflntd, intellectual treat
is in atore for all who attend the McDon
aid illustrated lecture on "Picturesque
Italy," at Harper's theatre tonight. The
lecture Is accompanie 1 by realistic views
which take the listent r through the land
of beauty and historic interest with the
lecturer. There should be a large audi
Still Prof erasing-.
Capt. and Mrs. C. W. Durham enter
tained large numbir of friends with
a progressive euchre at their pleasant
residence on First a renue last evening.
Two more of these delightful parties are
announced for this wik.
Josltk, Jan. 29.
Mrs. Simon Michaels baa been very
sick, but is now said to be some better.
She has been under the care of Dr. Mor
gan. -Last Wednesday night there was a sur
prise party upon Miss Lillie Cox, of Coe.
About ten couple were present. It was
a genuine surprise.
Mr. William Cook shipped a car load
of baled straw to St. Louts. After pay
ing freight, commission, etc., there was
the magnificent balance of $2 50.
On Friday evening last there was what
was termed a surprise party upon Miss
Maggie Whit3side. of Joslin. The Intel
ligence reached the family during the
week, so the surprisers were surprised
with a bountiful supper. There were
seventeen couple present.
Mr. Kink who resides upon Mr. John
Joslin's farm, has shipped ten car loads
ot hay one hundred tons, mostly to Chi
cago, and although bay is quoted there
at $5 and $6 per ton, the one hundred
tons will only net him about $100 or $1
per ton. So he will be out of pocket and
has given his labor, and boarded his
hands for nothing. It our government
is going to make a business of recogniz
ing trusts, is it not time the farmers
formed one. Mr. Kink shipped a car load
of cattle yesterday to Chicago, and a
message has just been received over the
wires, that one of the car doors by some
means opened and let out three of the
cows, somewhere beyond Denrock. It is
reported that the- cattle were killed and
will entail a loss upon some one.
Mr. Samuel Bryant died on Wednes
day morning list and was interred no
Thursday. Although the roads were not
in a very good condition, there were
upward of eighty conveyances in attend
ance and twice as many people as could
be accommodated in the cbuich. The
funeral sermon was preached bv theRuv.
Mr Broadfoot from the 8lst Psalm. 8ih
I removed his ehnnlaer from the burden, hla
hands were delivered from the poU.
The minister said in his sermon that
Mr Bryant came to Illinois from Penn
sylvania with very limited means in
1841, and had raised a crop of corn
where the city of Moline now stands. He
had promised the Lord that if he ever on
taiced a house and a home of his own be
would stay there the Mm of his natural
life, and he had done so. He had con
tributed liberally towards the gospel and
the ministry, and was respected by all
who knew him. Mrs. Bryant died thir
teen years ago; since then he has resided
upon his own form with members of bis
own family, with whom he bad not bad
a cross word. Mr. Bryant is the father
of eight children, all of whom are living,
thirty-three grandchildren and twelve
great grandchildren. He deeded his
property reserving a life lease to his
children several years ago.
Mrs. Dr. Andrews has visited Joslin
during the week and given five lectures
on "Ptirenology, Physiology, Hygiene,"
etc. By way of advertising and to get
acquainted with the people, she has giv
en too free lectures and advanced some
curious doctrine. She has denounced
the church, has no faith in prayer,
showed the mistakes of Moses and eulo
gized Bob Iagersoll. She despises the
Old Testament, but admires the New, es
pecially that portion which reads: "If a
person smites thee on one cheek, turn
to him the other also; and if any one
steals thy cloak give him thy coat; and if
any one asks thee to go with him one
mile, go with him twain." The home, the
school, society in general should all be
governed by kindness. If a drunken hus
band goes reeling home at midnight and
takes two drunken campanions with him
and if the wife is commanded to arise and
prepare some refreshments, she is to do
it with alacrity and a smile, setting be
fore them the best she has, call them
gentlemen and apologize because she
could not treat them better. All of
which is not likely in be lived up to, to
any remarkable extent. She likewise
claimed that "all that is, is best, and all
that is, is right." Therefore there can
not be arything to find fault with or
complain against. Yet her whole talk
was a criticism upon somebody or some
thing that was not exactly right. Like
most phrenologists she has the organ
of acquisitiveness pretty fully developed
and understands bow to rake in the
dimes, and if all reports are correct, she
is entitled to a first-class certificate.
Can any one assign any reason why
Clarkson, the champion briber of the
United States, who attempted to bribe
St. John and Dudley, of Indiana fame,
and Senator Quay, of Pennsylvania, that
sweet trio wb succeeded in hribing two
officials in tbe office of the Voice, of New
York, to steal the mailing list for $250,
I ask again, can any one assign any
reason why they should not have a prom
inent plac9 in Harrison's cabinet?
There haye been several runners lately
who have stopped off at Joslin with
pretty long visages. Some represented
boots and shoes and clothing, and others
rubber goods and they claim that busi
ness is at about a standstill and that
there is nothing to be done. Is it any
woBdcr when wealthy monopolists and
trust combinations are drawing tbe life's
blood out of tbe masses for the benefit of
themselves? What was the tyranny and
oppression of old England which was tbe
cause of tbe American revolution, to com
pare with the legislative robbery of the
present day. Mcltcm in Parvo.
.ota of Light.
The Merchants' Electric Light com
pany today completed tbe task of equip
ping tbe Rock Island house throughout
with electricity every room in the house
being supplied with an incandescent
light. The Rock Island can now boast
of being the only hotel in the three cities
having the complete electric service.
The Merchants' company today com
menced putting in wires for the purpose
of lighting tbe C. R. I. & P. passenger
depot, the combined force of the gas
meter and Agent (Irak's solitaire being
insufficient to give the required illumination.
The Waltman-Kell bastardy case is
still in a state of slatu-quo. Tbe trial was
first set before 'Squire Brown at Milan
last Friday, when a continuance was
granted until this morning. Now the
defendant asks for a further grant of
lime, and it has been allowed. The case
is now down on the docket for next Sat
urday, and it promises to come off rain or
The Grill club meets at the residence of
Mrs. E. Q. Fraeer Friday evening, and
on this occasion the ladies have kindly
condescended to invite their gentlemen
friends to partake of the dainties which
are generally reserved for their own con
sumption exclusively. It is needless to
say that all the gentlemen will be on hand
with yoracious appetites.
Having disposed of our stock of boots
and shoes, and desiring to settle an out
atanding accounts. I will be at the old
stand, 1713 Second avenue, for the next
80 davs, where all bills against tbe arm
of Turner & Co. will be paid and all
debtors are requested to call ana seme.
Black bats et C. C. Trnesdale's.
Wax Candles for Candelmas at May's.
Dressed chickens at F. G.Foung's
"Picturesque Italy" at Harper's theatre
Oranges 20 cents per doten at F. G.
Fine Bell Flower apples at C. C.
Broken crackers 5 cents per pound at
F. G. Young's.
Thos. Thorpe, of Drury township, was
in the city today.
The Spring Cove toboggan slide is in
fine condition now.
The rink will be open Thursday night
Admission 10 cents.
Go to the rink Thursday eveaing. Ad
mission only 10 cents.
Prof. G. H. McDonald of Chicago, is
at tbe Rock Island bouse.
Mr. Frank Gait, of Sterling, was at the
Rock Island house last night.
Smart's west end "Fair " has just re
ceived all the latest novelties in valen
tines. Candlemas wax candles at wholesale
and retail at A. Eton's, 2205 Fourth
Rudolph Uuyer, of Mollne, was fined
$3 aud costs by Magistrate Bennett this
morning for being drunk and disorderly.
The chart of the rink for the industrial
fair will be at tbe "Fair" store in Mitch
ell & Lynde's block, at 9 o'clock Friday
Tbe converted blacksmith will speak at
the First Baptist church this evening.
The ordinance of baptism will be admin-.
istered at 7:30 d. m.
Tbe case of Blake more against Wilson
and the Buggy company continues to
absorb the attention of the circuit court
and is likely to occupy the remainder ot
Albert Nuchols, "Prince Albert," the
well known and always polite bill pester
of Davenport, died this afternoon, aged
seventy four. He bad lived in Davenport
The $1,500,00 contract Mr. E. P.
Reynolds haa received, is for the cons
struction of 400 n.iles altogether, and
is on the Houston Central, Ark
ansas & Northern and Missouri Pacific
The grand affair of the season will be
the invitation charity ball at tbe Harper
house, Feb. T. It is hoped all those re
ceiving invitations will attend and help
make the ball a pronounced, success,
social'y and financially.
Mayor Gobble and a number of coun
cilmeo and representative citizens of Mus
catine, are on a junketing tour inspecting
high bridges with the view of submitting
propositions to the people of that city at
the coming election.
Tbe Rock Island county farmer's insti
tute held under the auspices of the state
board of agriculture, is to be held at Tay
lor Ridge, Tuesday Feb. 5. The exerciss
are to include a talk on the American
horse by Arthur Burrall, of this city.
Mr. Ira A. White, of Le CI aire, Iowa,
and Miss Sophia R. Barnett, were mar
ried at the residence of the bride's father,
Mr. J. B. Barnett in Bowling township on
Monday evening. Rev. J. W. Ttrry, of
Millersburg. performed the ceremony.
"Porno" is tbe newest word. It means
"postofflce money order," and originated
by taking tbe first letters of tbe words in
the expression and writing them closely
together, without the period after each
initial. It's a labor saver, and ought to
Mr. Jules S. Murry, business manager
of W. J. Fleming's "Around 'the World
in Eighty Days" company, is in tbe city.
The grand spectacular production will be
presented by its full cast of forty people.
and with a carload of entirely new scen
ery, at Harper's theatre next Wednesday
Rock Island has been struck broad-
aides by a moral wave, for Magistrate
Bennett reports the quietest month that
he has experienced since he has been in
office. Only five cases have been tried
before him bo far this month, with only
one day to come and his total fines do not
There was an exciting runaway on
Armstrong avenue on Rock Island last
evening. A Davenport furniture dealer
was driving across the slough bridge,
his horses became frightened and dashed
madly toward the main bridge. Tbe man
was thrown from his seat and bruised,
and tbe wagon was almost wrecked.
Guard Chandler caught the runaways at
tbe main bridge entrance.
The board of supervisors of Scott
county formally accepted the new court
house yesterday, Mr. Moody signing the
papers for tbe firm of Sanger A Moody.
A balance of $12,509 78 was due the
contractors. They received an order on
the county treasury for tbe amount, and
drew the money. Nobody but them
selves know how they have come out ex
actly, but it is believed their profits do
not amount to as much as fl. They
have carried out their contract to the let -ter.
though, and without kicking.
Mr. C. J. Smith, manager of the
American Publishing company's sketch
and canvas work, and who has been in
tbe city for five weeks in the interests of
tbe beautiful map tbe company is getting
out of Rock Island, finished his work to
day and left this afternoon for Ft. Mad
ison, where be has some business to look
after, and then he goes into Colorado
and Nebraska. Mr. Smith made many
warm friends while in Rock Island
through bis thorough business qualities
and genial disposition. Mr. A. E. Cotz
hsusen, secretary of the American Pub-
lishing company, is still in the city. '
A dispatch from Chippewa Falls states
that "a meeting of citiiens to discuss tbe
feasibility of bonding that city for tbe
purpose of improving its water power re
suited in an agreement to circulate a pe
tition to secure tbe names of those in
favor of tbe project. It was reported
that Frederick Weyerhauser emphatically
declared that the city should not be
bonded for that purpose. This gives an
erroneous idea. Weyerhauser wants to
improve the water power himself, the
city to be responsible to him for the money
laid out. It would practically bond tbe
city to him. His idea does not seem to
meet with favor. The excitement is not
Alleged January Hnnatrek.
Tbe Geneseo Neo asks an unsuspect
ing, confiding public to believe the fol
lowing: - "Mattes Sandel. a man employed uoon
E. C. Gilbert's farm southwest of this
city, was sunstruck on January 3, while
engaged in busking corn. Tbe corn was
In shock. The shock that Sandel was
working at had been thrown down. He
was stooping over at work, with a heavy
fureapon. The sun was shining very
warm. He was overcome bv the heat
and fell prostrate. The case" la one of
genuine sunstroke. Sandel was placed
in bed, and for a time bis condition was
precarious. We have this from Mr. Gil
bert himself. There is no doubt as to
its authenticity. It is probablv tbe first
case ever known in Illinois of a man be
ing sunstruck in January.
Hard coal Market.
Grate and eg? size. Z3 ner ton- atnv
No. 4. and nut, f8 25 per ton; for besi
quality of anthracite coal, screened and
delivered in any part of the city; 25 cents
per ion aiscouni lor casti. Uartage will
be added on all orders cf less than a ton
E Q FaatEH.
8t. caul Lodge, No. 107.K. of F.
Offlerl and memhpra urn r.-nnocmrl tn
be present at their Castle hall this AVnd
neBday) evening Work in the rank of
Esquire. By order of
O. U BTKBBIN8, C C.
Fred J. Hodges. K. R. & S.
Goods can be bought at the intelligence
office, 1523 Second avenue, on hetter
terms than anywhere; small monthly
payments. Rogers' best silverware, war
ranted, lace curtains, rues, albums, or
gan bibles, clocks, wringers and books.
Call and see goods. I sell from the lar
gest factories in th United States.
Agents wanted. Joseph McAmster.
On the street, a lady's plush hand bag,
containing a purse and other small arti
cles. The finder will be suitably reward
ed by leaving it at tbo First National
C. A. Steil, - . Manager.
Wednesday, Jan. 30th.
Geo. H McDonald,
Illustrated Lecture on Picturesque
Past and present.
"Very lntereotlrg ' N. Y. Herald.
"A gre .t lee on." N. O. Times-Democrat.
"One entertainment canal to a tour of month
"An iiatruciiva evening's entertainment."
Piicc to all parts of the House
Seats now on sale at Clemann & Salzm&nn's.
Chas. A Steel,
ONE NIGHT ONLY.
Saturday, February 2d.
Lady Minstrels !
New Arabian Nights
PRICKS 25. 0 and 75 c -nts. Seats now on
Every Wednesday Evening.
Admission 35 Cents.
Good order maintained. Objectionable
characters strictly prohibited.
Street cars for Molina after dance.
GE l. TROEHLE,
CHAS. BLt ER.
and a full line of
Under Rock Uland Home.
WE OFFER FOR SALE
Important Points are:
1st. Interest la 7 par cent net to Lender.
5d. We collect Interest without oharg.
&d. Loans offered an oompleU and Investor
gets his papers at once.
4th. We examine the records annually for de
linquent ta es on tends covered by oar mortgages.
Eth. Oar agent Inspects sacfc farm before we
make a loan on It
eth. We make a specialty of Farm Loans.
Tth. No paint or expense spared by as to make
our oatiness as saie lor onr enema as experience,
good faith and skill can make U
8th. Investor can be supplied with loaaa for
9uu ana apwaras.
Call or write for circular.
H. M. HENLEY. Attorney,
Rooms 80, 31, 88 Masonic Tempi. ;
Begin their inventory. They are still offering bargains all
through, the house to decrease the stock be fore
beginning the above ordeal.
Dress Goods, Hosiery,
Gloves, Blankets, Yams,
Underwear and Linens,
Cloaks Must Go !
PRICE NO OBJECT.
Hock Island. Illinois.
J. B ZIMMER,
No. 1810 Second avenue, Is receiving dally his stock of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
of the latest patterns. Call and examine them and remem
ber that he makes his suits up in the latest styles.
HIS PRICES ARE LO"W.
Shops Corner Ninth St., and Seventh Avenue,
Hock Island. 111.
General Jobbing and Repairing promptly done.
$5Second Hand Machinery bought, so d and repaired.
New Eim Sreet Grcceiy
DANQUARD & BROWNER
FLOUR AND ITJEEJD
Family Groceries and Provisions,
They solicit a share of the trade and will make prices as low
as the lowest. Telephone connections.
GIVE THE NEW FIRM A TRIAL.
H. D. FOLSOM,
No. 1707 Second avenue, Rock Island.
West Side Market Square,
Has tbe largea Dining Room in the
25 centa pays for a nights' lodging in clean beds.
City Boarders at reasonable rates.
P. 8. All must come sober. C. D. GORDON. Proprietor.
Pare Kentucky Bourbon 11.75 per Gallon
KOBGST & ADLER'S,
POST OFFICE BLOCK. :
JSend for Prioe List. P. O. Box 32.
Kidney and LiTer Fills
ftr tb can of Liver. Edacr, Blood asd
aeb dlssawea. TheMealcbtaudpltoarsfatttak.
In? ts placa of Uia dot xpnalva n litis) far
kids and Utt eonplalBU, and are far aapario;
Biors aUy taacm, and to lactam Um bsai Uilng
rer tntrodaced for all dlsrasrs of ths kMef
and ltoar, sick hcadacka. pain la ta hack ao
ride, avartbara. guawta and botnlB paiaa at las
pit of thai stoauacA. raUowskia, coated Kontraa,
coming ap of tba food after eotiag, ii i
(tbsudMji arraTeLete- and aa a fssailj till
tneyeavoMaaaal, wad skoals be kept la eraij
blrectloaat Tnr sick tuartanha twm i ihi at
bednaM; for dyapepsla, one wnrj day aatore
dinner; for disorder et the tidacya, ttra, two or
taree Usacs a week rati rellcTed i for danders
of the lLYer,aa4 tiflinasnaas, taree or soar as re
quired. . ,
GIVE THEM A TRIAL.
NONE EQUAL THEM
fat) proprietor win forward them to aaj aiyTreas
by maU, oa reoeipt of prtoe.
25 Cts a Bottle.
ROCK ISLAND, ILLS.
trl - citfe seating capacity 250 peraons.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Cures Coughs. Colds,Hoarseneas, Croup
Whooping Cough, Spitting of
Blood;andgallDiseasea - ,
One trial ta'a'l tliat la necessary to eoBTineo
yoa that It ia the beet Congo Kerned? aiade. ae
next time yoa.haTe a tough or cold, call aad get
Price 10. 5 and. 60 cents.
Call for circular contalnliigitestlinotjlals.
T. H. Thomas.
- .B. AboTe roods shipped to aa address om
receipt ot the price.