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THE ARGUS, THURSDAY, APRIL
On Tap everywhere.
Only Union labor employed.
The Rock Island Brewing Company, success
ors to George Wagner's Atlantic Brewery, I.
Huber's City Brewery and Raible & Stengel's
Rock Island Brewery, as well as Julius Junge's
Bottling Works, has one of the most complete
Brewing establishments including Bottling de
partment in the country. The product is the
very best. Beer is bottled at the brewery and
delivered to any part of the tri-cities, and may
be ordered direct from the head offices on Mo
line avenue by Telephone.
Call for Rock Island
Brewing Co. Beer.
HE THAT WORKS EASILY, WORKS
SUCCESSFULLY." CLEAN HOUSE WITH
Rock Island Buggy Co.,
Buggies, Spring and
Pay you to'
Call and get our
Low prices before bnying.
Wart toomi on
Sixteenth itreet between
I irt and Second avenne.
Retail trade especially tol'citcd.
See our spring
And summer Suits.
Our purpose in advertising is to let everybody
who buys clothing that is all mankind here
about know that our suitings are in, and the
finest ever displayed in the city. You are
respectfully invited to call and sec the latest
in patterns and styles.
Call and leave your order.
Star Block, opposite Harper house.
The Fashionable Merchant Tailor
Has the most replete line of new patterns in imported
and domestic suitings in the city.
1707 SECOND AViNUE.
INCORPORATED IKDEK TUB STATE LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
Rock Island, III.
0;wa I T from a. m. to t p. m., and hatarday eTentnga from 7 to 8 o'clock.
le per cant Interest paid on Deposits. Money loaned on Personal col
lateral or Real Estate security.
L. KITCUKLL, Pratt. F " C. DENEMA3N, Vice Frost. JB BUPOBD. Cannier.
1". L. Itr.helt, T. C. DwikmanTi, Jnhn ruhnorh, Phil MltrttPll, B. P. Hull, L. Simon,
. W Unrt, .1. M . Hnfc.rd, John Volk.
JArartun ilumrr. Solicitor.
H'rar, biic.reaa July 1, trim, ana occupy the annttieaat comer of Mitchell Lrndc'e new building
City 'Bus and Express Line
For Dus or Express Line telephone 1111, and you will receive
TIUBCULAKB ft BFKNCER, Prop
CHICAGO METHODIST MINISTERS.
The j Yropose to ftrnl an Appeal to the
rope of Rome.
Chicago, April 5. Methodist ministers
in Chicago at their regular weekly meet
ing passed a set of resolutions which have
occasioned considerable talk in religious
circles. The main proposition acted npon
by the ministers consists of an appeal to
the pope for the extension of the same re
ligious freedom in South .American
countries that prevails in the United
States, rroniinent workers and writers
of the Methodist denomination in this city
who are fully conversant with the state
or affairs which has drawn out the ex
pression of the pastors through the resolu
tions claim that the exigencies of tl e
times, in view of the persecution and ill
treatment of Protestant missionaries in
the countries of IVru. lxua.l.iraud Ha
livia have made such a stand imperative
on their part.
It is claimed that the resolutions were
framed for the purpose of drawing the
pope s attention to a state of reliBious in
tolerance exist ins among portions of his
people of South America. The sentiment
which led up to the introduction and
passage of the propositions was brought to
Chicago by the liuv. J. F. Thompson, a
-Methodist missionary from Montevideo,
who has labored in the sjuuth American
republics for years.
The sort of thing his holiness' attention
n called to is illustrated l;v the situation
in l'eru. Then; Protestants are r.ot al
lowed to hold their nu:ings with open
doors. They are liable to i:rrest unless
they meet secretly and are careful about
allowing the tenets of their faith to be cir
culated among the liftman Catholic resi
dents. The feeling of opposition is not
confined to religion, hut the government
itself has seen fit to frame civil laws mak
ing restrictions against the spread of
Protestantism, with a severe penaltv for
The Newman club of the University of
Philadelphia, uanied in honor of Cardinal
Newman, gave a reception the other even
ing in honor of Archbishop ityan, of Phil
General Nelson A. Miles and family are
at Ix)s Angeles.
Auti-Tammaiijites at New York charge
thnl the Tammany leaders divided anion
themselves ov(r W.iim.t ; :'j collected! from
cilice holders for campaign expenses at the
hist state election.
The Uritish house of commons ha
udoptcd a motion for a local legislature for
i-cotland. A simiiar body will be asked
Kx-Treasurer Z: U. of t he New York Ath
letic club, ha been sentenced to four
years in Sin Sing. Zelt was also tress
urer of the WilUcsharrc ard Lehigh Coal
company, nnd embezzled t'.U.'luu of the
Obituary: At fedorns. ' Ills.. O. ('. Jic
Conney. At Xaperville, Ills.. Jacob' Car
roll. At Wheeling. W. , .r,s yi;lTy
W. Faulkner, mother if l'nite.1 States
Senator Faulkner, ned 77. At Paris, M.
Abut, the artivt.
Wheat bulged 2:; cents at Chicago nnd
the janip created cousiderabie oi a fli:rrv,
but there was tioi l.i::g phenomenal in the
way of trading, both local and outside
l iolesional operators taking a hand in it.
The Illinois ba ird of labor commission
ers and the state min? iupvctors aro iu
conference a: Springtiel d tco:iider means
cf enforcing recently euacteJ miniug laws
of that state.
j Comoinaticn Coupon.
'hit c.ii ;xa.ll cMaVI-h !d:n ity
t'latnbirrihflr to the IIOt'K
ISLAND ARfiTJ. and ili he
icreprei f,.r any or ail oi the
' P ctarepque Ameiica" tOocts
ami Mirco co -.jo:. of diiTorent
''Gathered Jovre's of !
2 c-'trt anl mx c
cpons of r
letareque World's Fair."
Jo cms siil t'irec c:pons of
d u- rmt c'aws
"The Ametican Encyclopedic
P-lrf.on.ry ."15 et-nr amt
f roc c un'.itr cf il fierent
Thursday, April 5.
mtscTihorj will f r s'nt the
c:i-h f .l 1)10 couf on- at. th.;
AKOl'8 1 fine. Out nf t-iwu
fiibscr:ter -ill mai1 tte c i-h
au1 the coupon to litis OIcj
i!h t.'ifc order for t ie r-nrt dc
h'Tcd, and it 11 be mailed
iLcm f-ce of t:r.y further
mm YEiS M
Mlt. JOHN O'BCIUKGE,
Maonic Temple, Davenport, Iowa
"I was for 20 years I could not pet
no air through" mj nostrils; tried
every kind of catarrh cure, bnt
could only hroaibc through my
mouth. Two years ago I took one
month's treatment at Scott's Medi
cal Institute. I am cured, and have
'TEVEl:V Ct'HAULE DISEASE TitEATEU.
Scott Medical Institute,
S.'l flrady Sir-ct, Davenport, I wa.
Over American EzpicB Co.
SPEC'AI.TIEF CnUirh. Eic, Ear. Votuy,
th oa1. I.tinr: ervoal;s uses. Skin d ea-es.
t'limide dis a-es.
KKICS HiiITKS 0 u 11 a. m.. S ti 4 p. m., 7
iot m. On mmi.U.vh lha olUco will be oicu
Ironi a. m to 1, if lo 4 p. m.
Money to loan on real estate secur
ity. Apply at Jackson & Hurst's.
Billy Trefz has brought his ex.
press wagon out of the shops hand
Orin Means, the Postal's messen
ger boy, looks as cute as a Brownie
in his new uniform.
Get the first number of The Argus
"Picturesque World's Fair," and in
spect it thoroughly.
Save your coupons f jt The Akgis
art series, 'Picturesque America"
and "Picturesque World's Fair."
Back numbers of parts No. 1, 2, 3
and 4 of the Picturesque America
have arrived, and can be had at the
counting room of The A kg its.
"I have tried Salvation Oil in my
family, on a broken and dislocated
foot, and can recommend it to any
one as a good liniment. Mrs. Wil
liam Tolley, Joplin, Mo."
Many Pock Island people have at
tended'tkc "Living Whist" and Kir
moss" entertainments at Turner
(iratid opera house, Davenport, for
the public library benefit, and pro
nounce them the most elaborate and
delightful ever given by home talent
in the three cities.
Christ Iioysehou, formerly of the
Eldorado at Davenport; is now lo
cated at 106 Fast Second street,
where he lias fitted out his place
with the best and handsomest of
Brunswick & Balke company fixtures
for which Phil Lconard3' has the
agency in Davenport.
The will of the late Capt. John
Peetz was admitted to probate
Wednesday. It was executed Aug,
15, lS'Jl, and by its terms the testa
tor leaves to his eldest daughter.
Mrs. K. S. Sauemian, his son,
Julius K. and James K., $5,0.10 each,
and the balance of the estate is to be
li ideil among his daughters Josie,
Sara, Lucy, C'iara and Nellie.
A. D. Cox. who has the contract
for carrying the local mails, has
sh.-.wn his public spirit and pride in
his business by having a haudsonie
regulation wagon built expresslv for
the business. W. V. Graves is the
builder, and the painting is the work
of Alters. The w agon is of metro
politan design in construction and
artistic ornamentation, and is in
evcrv sense creditable.
Pout Bykmx, April 4. The
tioti passed off quietly.
A. V. Oiin has sold his residence
to Mrs. C. Belcher.
Kx-Postmaster John Zollinger was
in Hock Island on Wednesday.
Bev. and Mrs. II. W. Newlands
were iu the three cities todar.
S.A.Wilson shipped two cars of
cattle and one of hogs on Monday.
Little Harry llassen, who lias been
sick for so long, is slowly improviti".
Henry Wendt, who has resided fn
Port Byron the past winter, returned
to Rock Island today.
K. M. P.ogers and'W. S. Grove are
in attendance at the school of in
struction of the Odd Fellows held in
Moline this week.
The "Deestrict Schule" is tha all
absorbing topic here at present. The
schule will be in session next Tues
day evening. April 10, at the rink.
Lev. W. S. Waterman, of Geneseo.
will lecture in the Congregational
church on Friday evening. April 6,
subject, "The Yankee in Kurope."
The village election will be a one
sided affair this spring, there being
only one ticket in the field, namely"
Village president G. A. Metzgar;
trustees F. II. Schafer, W. 1). Hall,
C. Samuelson; village clerk L. II.
"Pills, p'.llj. pill,.!
Then V nulling 1 kf pil's
when yoar ure hillniu
To cure your ills.
The poet is riiih ; and he might have tmthfur j
aiUcil. that of all piila Dr. Pierce's l'lcaanl Te:
lem arc the fafett and Deft. Thty are r.gci-
coaled, unatl un; ca?y to take, and produce l
griping or nauai-u, l:.t they do their aj'puli t a
work quietly, pleasatt'y and thorough!-. The
on'.y tun: c.:re tor habitual consumption.
T-ii J.uiiiI Stekpm.
The C, It. I. & P. railway is the
only line running through express
trains daily from Bock Island to
Texas. Quickest time and best ac
commodations to all points in Texas
by this route. On April 10 and May
8 tickets will be on tale at one fare
for round trip, good to return within
3'J days. Apply at depot ticket oilice.
Telephone lOUd or address
F. II. Pi.t jiME!;, Agt.
L. M. Allen, Gen. Agt.
Kojal Kuby' Uyc Whisky
If Tye a 1 a Iiye," natura ly ripene l and
free from all fori i.n flavor acd r.dnttcraiits, pnar
untecd pure citd over eleven years o" a'c, tvcoui
mended to tbe coi.n? isi-nr ar a meritorious arti
cle worthy pf the cor.fl lcr.ee of invalids, conva
le c nts an.i the acd. tec that cur c:mc is
bio .in in bottle.
"KOYAL til'BY" TOUT WINE,
pnrc. old ard mellow, therefore bet adapted Tor
invatiils. convalescents and the a rd. It resiorea
tint vitality, cteates stren;th aud appetite, liuihis
np the wcnk and "ebiliUtcd. (Quarts. 1. I'iats,
60 cents. Put np on honor and tnarnntecd by
ROYAL WINE, CO Chicago.
For sate at Harper Ilonaa rh lrmacy. and by
William Cleudenin. Woline.
The usual treatment of catarrh is
very unsatisfactory, as thousands
can testiry. Proper local treatment
is positively necessary to success,
but many, if not most of the reme
dies in general use afford but tem
porary relief. A cure certainly can
not be expected from snuffs, powders,
douche and washes. F.ly's Cream
Balm, which is so highly com
mended., is a remedy which com
bines the imporftint requisites of
quick action, specific curative power,
with perfect safety and pleasantness
to the patient. The druggists all
sell it. on
KSSai&f ftt. NsV
Brine comfort and improvement nnd
tends to personal enjoyment when
rightly used. The many, who live bet
ter than others and enjoy life more, with
less expenditure, by more promptly
adapting the world's best products to
the needs of physical Ix ing, will attest
the value to health of the pure liquid
laxative principles embraced in the
remedy, Syrup of Fij
Its excellence is due to its presenting
in the form most acceptable and pleas
ant to the taste, the refreshing nnd truly
beneficial proertics of a perfect lax
ative; effectually cleansing the system,
dispelling oo'ds, headaches and fevers
and permanently curing coiist:pation.
It has piv.-Mi satisfaction to millions and
met with the approval of the medical
profession, liecnuso it acts on the Kid
neys, Liver ami Bowels without weak
ening them nnd it is perfectly free from
every ohjectiot.aMe substance.
Syrup of Fiars is for sale by all drng
e'sts in ."0c and SI bottles, but it is man
ufactured by the California Fig fsyrup
uo.t.niy, wiioso name is printed on every
paeknjre, also the name, Syrup of Figs,
and lieing well ir.fornicd.'you iiU not
accept any substitute if offered.
Buy a Piano?
If so, don't
call at the
WOODY ATI1 MUSIC Co
They have the agency
for the Weber, Deck
er l.ros., Wheelock.
" Second Ave. I'ock Island
Fifteenth Streci, Moline
Save money by buying your decor
ated and plain crockery ware, glass
ware, fancy goods, tin ware, cutlery
and everything in the line of kitchen
furnishing goods at
13:F, 13.0 Third Ave. 5 and W cent store.
Undersold By No One ;
Always to the Front at the
Adams Wall Paper Co.
Where you can find the largest and finest line of
Wall Papers and Room Mouldings shown in the
three cities. If you have any fine work to be done
there is the place to go. ' .
Adams Wall Paper Company,
310, 312 and 314 Twentieth street.
Biggest Store. Biggest stock in the three cities.
Hosting and Ventilating Engineers.
Gas and Steam Fitting,
A complete Una of Pipe, Brass floods, Pakls Bom.
Fire B-ick Etc. Largest nd beet eqnippod
establishment west of Chicago
DAVIS hJUUUa. 'jiloliae, 111 I 112. Ill Vest .
TeleptoM 2053. J Telephone 1148.
Res.'dsaes Teleotone ! 1 CQ
- - , i
Aa3e a Well
l .. ,
Of Carriages, Harness,
Laprobes, Whips, etc.
Remember that you can always find the latest styles
and largest assortment in the tri-cities at
Mason's Carriage Works
J. X. DIXON
And Dealer in .Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
r v s
I'm lurfs Hie AIivp Kosnlts in SO laa. It ucta
IK'wcrlu'.ly ami quii i.ly. t uti v. In n all otticIT
fiiil. Y ui.b Dici niil n-ratn th-ir ! ninnl!ot)d
undoiunrn v ill n-covcr ili'-ir ronilitiil viiroi
by usinsr VITALIS. It otttc-ulvnad s-"r. lv re
ptores Xrronsn. ss, Tst Vitality. Impot' ticy,
Nifhtlv KmisioTiA, Lost I'owt-r," Fniliup Mem
ory, V"asl4tliT !!( :iM-.s. nr.d ait fflrcts Wtf
abuse r 'xofss util InHt.stP'iinn. Warils off
lns:intty ntid cr.Mimption. Insist on having
VITALIS, no oit-r. I ;ia tie c:trri-d in wt
ivx-kt't. My niiiM. I.O i-r pacUaw. or t-ix lor
tfi.Mt. nilh a prtNitito vrtitris enrrante? in rare
r rtnnd tt? ttwT. I'irrni-ir fr'.. A(.iss
tALLSLt litHLlJl' lOSrANV. tiiiraru, IU.
VITALIS lClh Day.
nma its hob
Baths of all kinds, including
Turkish, plain, bhamjioo, elec
tric, electro-thermal, etc., may
be obtained at the Sanitarium
Ilath Rooms, on the first floor of
the Harper House.
For Ladies From 9 a. ro. to
12 m. on week day a. For Gen
tlemen From 6 a. m. to 7:30 a.
ni., and from 2 p. m. to 9 p. m.
on week days On Sundays the
rooms will be open from 6 a. m.
to 11 a. m. for Gentlemen only.
Electric and Electro-thermal
baths may be obtained at any
time during business hours.
Gymnasium connected with bath
aDEuTVTXr C3JNT DIRT.
Grease Spots, Taint and Dirt Removed from Woodwork,
Carpets, Glass, Garments, or anything and everything-
that reeds cleaning. A preparation
perfectly harmless to the finest Fabric
For sale by all leading grocers.
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..w,i(.:,t ..r:,nj in -t ;. K' mall .wmM In Mml..,i..i.
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fV3ELPiHf arllw rtiai-"lo-l-or.irr.ld Ik. auM-r.l tr - t
iTbimn i siml .'i-'','.vV!l r .irr- "vcn.A n.?
A-un-u J . J i. no t u.. Mamie l eaaBle. .. ao.
or nale in Kock lalaol hr llarlx & Ullmerer d.ueis S01 12th rt
The Young America
And All-Night Lnnch Counter.
210 SeTentaevtlt Qt.
OFFICE. KO: 2821 SIXTH AVENUE.
Shop on Vine Strtt.
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