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THE ARGUS, WDNK8DAY, JANUARY 20 1897.
Smoke "Illinois Girl."
Hard wood at McKown's.
Call for union made cigars.
The best broom Lee's Little Gem
Krcll & Math's bread at George A.
The Cherry Sisters are soon to ap
pear at the the Burtis.
Best music published, three pieces
lor 25 c;nt9 at Taylor's.
Any music in tbe store, three
pieces for 26 cents at Taylor's.
Mr. and Mrs. George Brinkerhoff,
of Sears, have a now daughter.
Music at hard-times prices, three
pieces for 26 cents at Taylor's.
M. Schneil left via the Rock Island
last night for (lainesville, Tex.
Guitar, mandolin, vio in, hasp,
piano and vocal music at Tavlor's.
Bootless, La .Salic, Cable ar,d Le
high Valley hard coai at McKown's.
Dr. Gunsalus lectures at the First
Methodist church nextTuesdav even
ing. Fresh and just out "The Illlsr.ii,
Girl," 5 cent cigar. Morrison & Dolly,
Why do you handle Kreil & Math's
bread? Because it is the best G. A.
The stage of the water nt Rock Isl
and bridge is stationary at :,: 10; the
We ask you for first trial you will
aak for the second. Morrison &
Dolly's "Illinois Girl."
Butter equally as irood as cresm
ery 17J cents; good daily 'mtter 15
cents per pound at Maucker's.
Dr. Kmily Wright, of this city, is
to lecture "before the Lend-a-Hand
olub at Davenport this evening.
Conductor Clarence Cross brought
in Conductor (Jammings' passenger
run on the Milwaukee last night.
W. C. Maucker's store is head
quarters for farmers. He has the
best butter and eggs in the city.
The Moline Building and Loan ns
Bocittion has increased its capital
toes from 1600.000 to $1,000,006
Remember the sooiaMc at th-j M.
E. churoh tomorrow evening. Goi d
sapper including oysters, 25 cents.
C. Raised and R. A. Donaldson
have attractive exhibits at the East
ern Iowa Poultry show at Davenport.
The Rock Island and Moline clubs'
committee on parks and boulevards
will probably make its trip to Peoria
Mrs. Rtibert A axander arrived
home yesterday after a week's visit
with her son, John A 'exander. of
Cable, where shu formerly resided.
Shiloh command. Union Veterans'
Union will give a supp.:r and
dance at G. A. K. hall Wednesday
evening, .Jan. 20. Tickets 2o cuts".
The Wonilmcn'a Chrion (1 nr is be
ing highly compiimcuted by our best
bread bikers, t is sold o'nlv bv W.
C. aud K. L. Mancker for $1.24 per
.John M. Dicker, maonger of the
Marvelous Baldwins and White Ma
batmas, which .appears at Harp-r's
theatre next Sunday night, made
Tiik An n -i a call yesterday.
Mrs. L, Bamberger desires to pub
licly acknowledge her gratitude to
Trio lodge 1. A. F .i A. M , to A.
O. U. W. lodge 6, and all other
friends fur kindness and SJ mpatliv iu
her la'e miction.
Bailiff Nicholson returned today
from JiK'k-onvil'e accompanied by
B. H. Philleo, of Cordova, and Wil
liam M'-Clurc, of this city, two insane
patients who were taken to the Rock
Island county infirmary.
William Cramer, a switchman for
the Rjck Island & i'eoria road, had
his left hand pinched in making a
coupling yesterday p.fturnoon. Dr.
S. C riumuier dressed his injuries,
which consisted of two lacerated
fingers and a bruised wrist.
Rev. R. 6. Pearoe and daughter.
Miss Mary IVarec. have t;onci to Ma
comb. 111., where Bev. l'enrfe. who
formerly tilled a pastorate at that
place, delivers the dedicatory ad
dress at the consecration of the new
Methodist church tonight.
Mayor Kncx has a CTtumunication
from Henry Johnson, of Kokonio,
Ind., who is desirous tf locating a
steam carpet cleaning works here.
The mayor says that the city has an
establishment of the kind alreadv.
and he is of the opinion that there
is no room for another, and will &o
advise Mr. Johnson.
The county board at its meeiicg
yesterday 'afternoon to allow the
monthlv court house bills, also de
cided to have memorial ha.l and the
court room of the new building dec
orated at au sdditional ost of $150.
The contract for furnishing the rooms
MOST PERFECT MADE.
jane Grape Cream of Tirtar Powder. Free
A'ninon'.i, aiuti cr any ctner aaasnnnj
jP tami. H6 ST4H0ARD,
of the master in chancery and state's
attorney was let to the Moline Far
nitare company for $140.50.
The funeral of Mrs. Mary E.
Whetlan was held from St. Joseph's
church at 0 o'clock this morning, a
large concourse of friends following
all that is mortal of that venerable
lady to her last resting place at Cal
vary cemetery. Services were con
ducted by Rev. Thomas Mackin. The
pall bearers were: J. W. Cava
naugh, John Brennan, John Pearson,
John Channon, Martin Reidy an
John A. Marrin.
Shortly before 4 yesterday afternoon
a drunken burn attacked Mrs. Ca
lene. who runs a saloon in the west
end of Moline. Officers Wigers and
Starofsky, of that city, were passing
with a prisoner bound for Rock Isl
and, ar.d arrested the fellow, holding
him till Officers Kearney and Shell--berg
arrived with the patrol. When
tranM-irrcd to th patrol the fellow
sprang at Officer Kearney like a mad
doe and fastened his teeth in tb
officer's hand, lie was, with diffi
culty, taken to the station. Mr.
Kearney had his wound cauterized as
soon as he could find a physician.
SESSION OF THE FARMERS.
Kock I 'anrt County Ioatltote llctne
at Port Myron.
The Rock Island County Farmers'
Institute is holding a two days' ses
sion at Port Byroa. The institute
opened yesterday, and tonignt will
clo3e the most meecssful gathering
of farmers ever held under the aus
pices of that organization.
The meetings are being held at the
Congregational church. Rev. J. R,
ffillard opened the institute with de
votional exercises. Dr. W. H. Ly
ford made an address of welcome, to
which Hon. W. F. Crawford respocd
ed. President Thomas Campbell fol
lowed with his ann al address. ' My
Exparience With Vegetables" was
the subject of a paper by Mrs.
Charles Ashdcwn. E. T. Fiirsman,
of El Paso, III., spoke about "Corn
and Its Commercial Value;" and
County Treasurer Titterington of
"County finances." In the evening
an original poem entitled "The First
Tempter," was read by Miss Alice
Campbell, of this city. It brought
forth great enthusiasm and, appar
ently, the hearty approbation of the
men folks present, notwithstanding
that the poem turned the tables on
Adam, and blamed him for nearly
everything which history lays at
Eve's door. "Tile Drainage ncd Rain
Kail" was the subject of a very inter
esting paper prepared by T. C.
Lewis, who wa.- unable to be present,
and read by B. F. V uutain.
All nf these papers were discussed,
bringing forth many valuable ard
profitable suggestions, as did a paper
,n "Farm Laws" by C. J. Searie,
who contended that notwithstanding
the bad liaancial condition the farm
er is now in, he has no greater rea
son for discontent than those em
ployed iu other industries. There is
one advantage the farmer has, Mr.
Searie held. aul that is ho is not
compelled to look out for a job; he at
least always has work, and as a re
sult he usually gets some remunera
tion, however scant; whereas, tho-e
engaged in other occupations in
times of depression Irse their situa
tions and find themselves unable to
get worn at any price. Mr. Searie
suggested that every farmer procure
the last edition of the revised
statutes of the state containing tha
Declaration of Independence and the
constitution of the United States, 1
the past and present constitution of
our state, as well as the laws that
govern our lives, liberty ana prop
erty ; and to supply tneir libraries
with a lew t;ood works on civil gov
ernment and constitution, histories of
'he United Stntes. biographies of onr
great men. that, by the way, Mr.
Searie held, are as much a stimulant
to the average boy's ambition as
alcohol is to the blood and above all
with the laws of cur county and
state. Mr. Searie took a hard rap at
monopolies, and advised the farmers
to post themselves on all that per
tains to their individual a:-d general
welfare, to the end that something
may yet bo accomplished by the state
and national legialatures "looking to
the betterment cf the many cvi's with
which the farmer and " townsman
'Thero is a class of people, " Fnvs a
railroad man, "who are always last to
leave me cars inr a purpose. inn is
especially noticed on suburban trams.
KkeggO from one end of the train to the
otht r, lookiLR iu seats oil both sides cf
the car. It is impossible for onr men to
be always on the watch, and prisumabl v
there an- mr-.ny losses that cau never he
leclaiuiod." New York Tribune.
Arraatrd In St. I on la.
Sheriff llemenway received a tele
gram today from Deputy Sheriff Hull
stating that he had Fred Ohlweiler,
wanted for embezzlement of the
Ilenninp Brewing company, under ar
rest there, and would bring him to
Rock Igiand this evening.
Ktn nn at Urn AUd Sralntli.
Zif, DL, Dec. 29. 1896 "I had
rheumatism whteh effected my head
and eyes, and I was so weak" that I
could scarcely walk. I had no ap
petite, and bepan taking Hcod's Sar
sapariila. I socn gained my strength
and appetite, and I prai'se Hood's
Sarssparilla to everv one for the good
it has done me." Lillie E. Wells.
Hood's Pills set harmoniously with
When bilious or costive eat a Cas
caret. candy cathartic, cure guaran
teed, 10 cents. 25 cents.
Subscribe for Ths A noes.
Some men mrr 'n ; 1
of death, .some are
not. Most of ui
would rather not mett
the grim dest rover to
day. We would rati, r
put it off until to-n:c-row,
or until next
year. Mere wishes 'o
not count for much in
the matter. A tr.t-i
may not want to die.
He may not want to
be sick. Hemav wish
and hope and pmy
that he will not be
one or do the other.
but wishing and hoping won't help htm.
It is v.hat he does, and not what he
wishes that serve his purpose. If a u:..n
is losing flefh. and is nervous, irritable,
sleepless and debilitated, he nav wish he
would get SMS, but one bottle of Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery will
do more thon an ocean of wishes. If a
man is or. the way to consumption, be
should make a stop as quicklv as pos
sible. He should put on brakes. I!c
needn't be afraid be has consumption it
he will do tl:; r:-,dtt thing if he will
just take the risiht medicine. Tbe "Gold
en Medical Discover " cures incipient
end well develops- . miption. Con
sumption is a germ rtiw asr ar.d a blond
disease. The "Golden Medical Dis
covery " kills the germs ar.d purifies lb
blood. It increases the appetite, helps
digestion, makes a.-in:i iitmn perfect,
and so builds up solid, u-hrffscme flesb.
Hundreds of eratrful petiole afflicted
with consnmtition, bronchial, throat ar.d
kindred diseases, have testified that it
has actually saved their lives. For th:
suke of the information they contain.
some of these letters have lictn inlud.-d
in Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical
Adviser, a thousand page, illustrated
book, which will be sent Jrrr an receipt
of twenty -one ( 21 i one-cent stamps to
mv for mathnsr cnv. fcverv t.inn.
should have a copy for ready reference
in case ot sudden sickness or accidents.
World's Dispensary Medical Association,
Ko. 603 Main btreeV. liutlalo,
; Here 's
For those l.o love a pood
meal. We always have the
m very best the market aff uds,
M and we try " keep our stock
3 fresh and clean. Its the
2 ready sales that keeps nice
S goods on our (helves.
4 WE HAVE:
CHICKENS AND DUCKS.
Naval Oranges, Malaga and
MEMORY SHOE SALE
Too many shoes to invoice, and we stall
rrduce stock ly a tireat Cut all through
cur stock, until Jan. 30.
Read T hese Prices:
AtiTj- fyl 4, jj .n or 3 Lailim'
.-!,o. In mm toaac inottinf n n OR
Mtval) go at aD 7 O
A-, f -. : .'Shoe in iba bnnar. r Q A r
b-t:oaor la e (Borbing rearrtA). w.HU
Ati - $S rn or $ tM1i8bo yoo o Q (E
likv (LVerrihiug goer) cboirc P I a7 O
Men s Shoes.
With rxreitloa of ore lira of Fat-
r.t UrM tirr and Et iiwl, . abll
r.o-e all eur $ ai.1 f tinraat tae aQ Q E
remarkable price or 90i99
P. voral ItreA of f4 bboea. In hoi XO Cf
ca '. ralf ak;n. etc.. to SM At. WU.UU
Eccie iiw of Men'a XS SO and IS 00 AO
Shoe- si ib? rcmatkktte price of..A Sl-f O
Too many lines to
mention all, but
Misses'. Children's and
Boy' all receive
deep cuts, aad from now till Jan. 30, we
f :iau Maughter shoes.
You Know Us.
1717 Second Avenue.
See Him Eat
GREAT SCOTT. HOW Hfc
v nee jou cook bis food on
THE NEW RIVERSIDE
RANGE. Riverside Stoves
and Ranges are great ape
Users. See them.
Are aharpest pointed when
sweets hide tbe string. Ot
course it depends largelv
on the sweets. A box of
KRELL & MATH'S
Bon Bons or Chocola'es
will go far toward disarm
ing opposition and winning
affection. Cheap Invest
ment, isn't it?
31 Cent s
for a 1-ponnd
box of onr
Bon Bons or G laces
Former price .'.Oc. Remember
this price is for this week
only, and all onr best Bon
Bons are in it. Pnt up la
KRELL & MATH
Confectioners ard Bakvr.
Phone DM. 171S-171S Seooad Are
tk a ni TOt nrn .
1 IS I i
Let s Hake 97 Hum!
Overcoats, worth SlO. at
Overcoats, worth SIS 40. at
Overcoats, worth ;. at
Overcoats, worth S22. at
Children's Saiu. worth at t l.SH
Children's Suits, worth SS. at 195
Children's Snits. worth 4 25. at. 2.SA
Heavy Woolen Socks, worth J Or. at 10c
Extra Woolen Socks, worth Sc. at ?5c
Mclnty re-Reck oiy Goods co.
THE BARGAIN CENTER
a? to ptwaia. wn uwr laeaataf anranMafl
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JANt'ART SALE OF MUSLINS AUD SHEETINGS
JJMry P m awu. 1 1 .. . ., t.
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s ehaa. wrei tm, aalCa.
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I tl1 1 . ajrtl I
Cloclc Clearing Time
Is here and you will want
that ttmepiaoa cleaned and
put in sbape eo that yon cm
be more punctual during taa
coming year. Oar faolHtl aa
for bandltof this work are
the best. We maka a tpacial
effort to do satisfactory work
and we seldom fall.
Clocks Called for aw! Delivered
AU yoa aad to do ia drop
ns a postal and soar clock
will bo called for aad re
turned in yoa in good order.
Woltmao. tbe Jeweler.
1" Second Ave.
THE PRINCIPAL TEST
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IT is, as always, our determination to increase our business from year to year We fully
appreciate that where the general cry is 'Hard Times' it will require a greater effort
on our part to accomplish our aim than ever, sxd we are not going to lose
K n M U..a L. . A- tin.L a I I 1 .a
aaiwgiug aiajui nit; necessary n suns. mm me oegining 01 ine new year
hum in order to make '07 a hummer, so here goes.
Kn" Pants, worth
Knee rants, worth
Knee I'aets. wortk
Shirt Waists, wortk Sc. at laa
smrt Watata. wortk Sde. at the
Shirt Wsiste. worts 7S aad 1 1 at SOe
MEN'S STIFF HATS.
M n's Stiff HaU. wortk 1.60. at.. ?6c
Meo's Stiff Hats, wortk I.. St ... '
Men's Stiff Hats, worth SJ0. at Sl.SS
This Is going to be the Banner Year for us as far as sales go. even if we
to you the profit and more to. Call early and often.
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la paaaS)a aaaaM tSaaS'" anwlnau
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4 eas aasav
OriA- Good Beer
One Faucet Runs
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tor a met ar nf
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And your hrahh will improvr
It aril I brace you up, and put
s'ncnr in that right arm of
yours. If you led lalnt or
weak, order a case of Rock
Island Pilsencr or Bohemian,
and gtx one of our beautiful
souvenir thrrmometr ra
Island Brewing Co.
The other doean't. It'
ally the hot water faucet which
' dorsn't." This Is gen rally
thr. rexult of drfcttivr plumb
:ng If you are building, have
everything right in ihr fimt
place let us attrnd to the
pH'- That still innire you
against loss of limr money
and patiemee We do perfect
work at moderate- pr oea.
CLOVES, CAPS. ETC.
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Aa... law (Maw. aiiak 1..,.. it . , , ,k , .,,. m,,
tv ant eat. aasiaai es.
. rKATHICR MOAS.
I ia toaRBAV aa SSaas laaat. ajaaMi fi mm mWt.
M' t . )' i ' uAi im-ri-
mmi. - . at 4'.
A wkosa tmt af tkesa. all alrs tbey are
( . at l r.drr wear at redutMid
'..t.- Jackets away dowa.
REAL GENUINE BARGAINS
We aerer bad aa asaay Idoremeou.
ns:. ft.tj 1 1 tari'ains. r - "er aai.
have to ve