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THE AltGUS; WEDNESDAY. 6 EPTEM13EH 30, 1891
She Cannot Awaken Him!
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It will take more than i. feather to
awaken him when he happens to tal!
asleep in one of our easy elixirs. It's a
luxury to sit in them acd it' i a luxury
that costs jou but a tri3e. for -we are sell
ing them at the unheard of figure of $3.
While we are talkinc of 1 ixuries we
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have no terrors for jou if you seek re 4!
pose in one ot our fa bels. 1 hey read
mirably made, finely fijisheland the
price is what may be called a positive
marvel of moderation. You will 6imply
be neelectiDg your own interests if you
lose sight of the
LOW PRICES we are making on Side Boards.
A good one at only $14-
Cane Seat Dining Chair for $ 1.
Extension and Centre Tables, prices low.
Lounges and Conches all prices -
A large size Bed Lounge only $10
Bed Room Sets prices to suit.
Body Brussells Carpets, $1.10 per yd.;
A complete assortment Ingrain Carpets
Oil Cloths, Window Shades and Curtains
Chenille Draperies and Rugs at
BARGAIN PRICES.
A full stock of Cook and Heating Stoves, Etc. CASH OR CREDIT-
CHAS. A. MECK,
Telephone 421. 322 Brady Street, Davenport, la.
Open every evening nntil S:00 o'clock, and Satnnlay'is nntil 10:00p. m.
M. YERBURY,
'in
PLUMBER
STEAM
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ill
AND DK IKB IK
Wrought and Cast Iron and Lead Pipe
Hose, Packing, Sewer and Drain Tile.
Steam and G is Fixtures.
fir Beet work at fair price i. Estimates furnished.
Office and shop 219 18th St. Telephone 1182.
CHAS. W. TERBURT, Manager.
Rock Island, 111.
INCORPORATED UNDER THB BTATB LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
BOOK ISLAND, ILL.,
Open daily from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m., and Saturday evenings from 7 to 8 o'clock.
Five per cent interest paid on Deposits. Monev loanod on Personal, Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security
officers:
I. P. VTNOLDd, Pres. P C. DKNKMAiTN, Vlce-Pres. J. X. BUFORD, Cashier.
dibctor :
P. L. Mitchell, X. P. Reynolds, P. C. Dcnkmann. John Crabs ngh. H. P. HolL
Phil.Mltchell, L. Simon, S. W. Hurst, J. H. Esford.
Jack son A Huaar, Solicitors.
taT'Beg&n basinets Jnly 8. 1940, and ocenny the .ontheast corner of Mitchell ft Lynde's new
building.
J. B. ZIMMER,
THE WELL KNOWN
ERCHANT TAILOR,
Stab Block, Opposite Harper House.
baa purchased for the
Fall and Winter of 1891-2,
A larger and finer stock than err. These goods will arrive in a few days. Wait and see them.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOHN & ADLER,
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street
MARKET 8QUARE.
M
CONRAD SCHNEIDER
DEALER in-
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
Flour, Etc.
Telephone 1098. 231 Twentieth street.
rMlHQQD RESTORED!;
aaroaa m ansa uuno.
Nerve Seeds."
I the wonderful remedy
I. mM with m
tea miirlfe to cure all nprvnns diseases, such u Weak Memory,
Lossof Brain Power. Headarue. Wakefulness. Lost Manhood. Nlghtlr Kml
stonfl, Nerrousness, Lassitude, all drums and loan of oower of the Generative
Organs tn either aezcaune.l lr over exertion, youthful errars. or eirwfuuv
use of tobacco, opium or stimulants wtalcn Boon lea'l to rYrfirmltr. Consump
J. tion and Insanity. Put np convenient to carry In ve it pocket. SI per pack
aue ny mall; B lor ra. wii every tj order we trior a niriMm tuaranUe toeure
or refund tit money. Circular free. Address Acrre red Vm., CkJeace, HI.
WHAT THEY INDICATE.
The Xew Code of Signals Displayed
by the Weather Service.
CHANCE FOR A HARBOR.
Ths KlfT-rent Colored ft'iag aid What
May be Kxprrted Whea Tary
Ars Hulsted Minarly or la
Combinations),
For tale in Rock island by Harts & Bahnsen, 8d Ave. and 20th street.
Observer Wa!z of the sienal service
station at Davenport inaugurated his new
code of weather signals Monday. The
appearance from the fltg staff on Masonic
temple across the river, wherein the signal
seryice station is situated, of a plain white
flag witn black triangular pennant im
mediately beneath attracted much atten
tion and no little inquiry was made as to
its significance. The white fl ig indicated
clear or fair weather, and the pennant's
position indicated colder weather. Had
the pennant been place i above the white
flag the reading would havo been, "fair
and warmer weather."
Inasmuch as fl igs denoting coming at
mospherical changes will be regularly die
played henceforth, an txplaiation of
what the signals indicate, may not only
be read with interest, but may be worthy
of preservation for reference in the fu
ture. It is furnished The Argus by
Observer Walz.
The usual black fltg. indicative of
cold wave, will be supplanted by a num
ber of other pennant signals. These ad
ditional signals consist of a plain white
flag, a combination white and blue flag, a
triangular black flag and the familiar
black centre cold wave flag. A study of
the signal meanings is appended:
No. 1, a white flag Fix feet square, in-
cates clear or fair weither. N.i. 2, a
blue flag six feet square, indicates rain or
snow. No. 3. white and blue in parallel
oars, six feel tquare, indicates that local
rains or showers will occur, and that the
rainfall will not be general. No.
4. a black triangular flag, four
feet at the base and six in length,
always refers to temperature; when
placed above Nos. 1, 2 or 3 it indicates
warmer weather; when placed below
Nos. 1, 2 or 3 it indicates cc. d r weather;
when not displayed the indications are
that the temperature will remain station
ary or that the change in temperature
will not vary more than four deerees
from the temperature of the same hour of
the preceding day. No. 5. a white flag
six feet square with black square in center
indicates the approach of a sudden and
decided fall in temperature. This signal
will not be displayed unless it is expected
that the temperature will fall to 42 de
grees or lower and is usually ordered at
least 24 hours in advance of the cold
wave. When No. 5 is displayed No. 4
is always omitted.
When displayed on poles the signals
are arranged to read downward; when
displayed from horizontal supports a
small streamer is attached to indicate the
point from which the signals are to be
read.
Thus the signals may be interpreted as
follows:
No. 1 alone indicates fair weather, sta
tionary temperature.
20. 2 alone indicates rain or snow,
stationary temperature.
No. 3 alone indicates local rains, sta
tionary temperature.
No. 1 with No. 4 above it indicates
fair weather, warmer.
No. 1 with No. 4 below it indicates fair
weather, colder.
No. 2 with No. 4 above it indicates
warmer weather, rain or snow.
No. 2 with No. 4 below it indicates
colder weather with rain or snow.
No. 3 with No. 4 above it indicates
warmer weather with local rains.
No. 3 with No. 4 below it indicates
colder weather with local rains.
No. 1 with No. 5 above it indicates
fair weather, cold wave.
No. 2 with No. 5 above it indicates
wet weather, cold wave.
The agricultural department also pro
vides for a code of signals by blasts from
whistles, method of reaching persons lo
cated at a distance from the signal office
where the flags would not be visible. Ob
server Walz will probably arrange with
some factory managers for the use of
their whistles for the signals.
The whistle code is as follows:
The warning 6igoal to attract attention
will oe a long blast of from 15 to 20 sec
onds duration. After this warning signal
has been sounded, long blasts or from
four to tix seconds duration, refer to
weather, and short blasts, of from one to
three seconds duration, refer to tempera
ture; those for weather to be sounded
first.
Thus one long blast indicates fair
weather.
Two long, raid or snow.
Three long, local rains.
One short, lower temperature.
Two short, higher temperature.
Three short, cold wave.
Combinations of these will read as fol
lows: One long, alone, fair weather, station
ary temperature.
Two long, alone, rain or snow, station"
ary temperature
One long and one short, fair weather,
lower temperature.
Two long and two short, rain or snow,
higher temperature.
One long and three short, fair weather,
cold wave.
Three long and two short, local tains
and higher temperature.
Combinations will probably be repeated
a few times, with an interval of several
seconds between, to avoid possibility of
error in reading the forecasts.
Brick ice cream takes the lead and
Krell & Math take the lead in turning out
the finest, purest and best in the three
cities. Try them when you want some
thing nice in cream.
For Sal Cheap.
A Garland stove used one winter,
stored at David Don's.
What MoIIae Hay Have If It Adopts
Capt. Lyn' (eheat With Refer
ence to Ike Pool.
The work in the pool, at Moline, is pros
greasing so rapidly that the appropriation
will be exhausted, and tbe channel deep
ened for a width of 200 feet, by the mid
dle of November. The work is being
done according to tbe plans originally
made by Col. Flagler, and when finished
a little more than half the work originally
contemplated will be fiouhed. The plans
were for a channel 400 feet wide. Tbe
upper part of it had been completed to
150 feet in width and the lower part to
125 feet. The present cutticg makes it
200 feet wide. In addition to this, 1,000
feet in length at the upper end has been
cut to the full width of 400 feet. The
Dispatch says:
In loosing at tbe woik one cannot
help being struck by the fhet that an op
portunity for river improvement that
would be of incalculable benefit to Mo'
line is being lost. A half dozen gentle'
men who were looking at it a few days
since, were discussing the need of a 400
foot cbatnel, when one of them asked
Capt. Lyon bow much it would coat to
excavate tbe chaunel to .hut width if it
could be done now while tbe cofferdam
is already in. Capt. Lyon replied that
$150,000 would do tbe work.
"Why not, then," was the next ques
tion, "cut it out, fill in the space between
tbe 400 foot channel and the Moline
shore and make a beautiful park for Mo
line?" Capt. Lyon said that the cutting
oS of this channel would make Moline a
fine harbor, imo which any boat that
runs on the river here could enter, and
give us facilities for shipping not excelled
by anv city.
This is a matter that Moline should
consider at once. A cofferdam that
would cost f 35,000 to rebuild after it is
gone is in place, the bed has been sur
veyed and the (takes showing the 400
foot channel are in place, and all 'he
possibilities of tbe place can be seen. If
an appropriation could be secured, from
tbe government, to make a harbor here
the lmprovemei.t micbt be made, but
there is no hope for that. There is no
time to wait, and if tbeie vere, there is
not one chance in a thru , and that the
present congress would ui.ka an appro
priation for it. What is done must be
done by the city or by individual enter
prise. Large as tbe sura is that would be
required to do tbe work and to acquire
the riparian rights, we believe it would
be tbe best investment the city could
make It would eive us a mng .ificent
park on tbe river that would be crowded
every pleasant day the year round.
If the city will not or cannot do it, then
private enterprise chould tuke it up. Tiie
recovered land would be worth m re than
its cost, since it would be located right at
tbe river Undine, could be reached by tbe
railroads, and would make such silts for
manufacturing purposes as the ci'.y has
never had.
That all this work is practical is un
questioned. The engineers who have
looked it over have decided that it is only
a question of tbe money to do the work.
Moline can raite it. Will it do it T
J. S. Darrah,
The Hustling Twelfth Street
Grocer
Is provided with every
thing good to eat for
a Sunday Dinner
Freeh Vegetables,
All kinds of Cheese
Limburg, Brick and Green,
Melons,
And everything good in home
grown vegetaDies.
A fine assortment of coffees and
teas.
Fine French sardines, best.
quality.
Queen olives.
Genuine imported Lucca oil
from Leghorn, Italy.
Potted ham in cans.
Potted ox tongue in cans.
Fine canned Oregon salmon.
just the thing for cold lunch.
Armour and Gil more ham.
Extra family breakfast bacon.
Freah laid eggs.
Dried beef in hunks for slicing.
Hamburg eels.
Armour extract beef.
Canned corn beef.
Spring chickens dressed to
order.
YOUR TRADE IS SOLICITED
J. S. DARRAH,
No. 1137-1139
Third Ave.
and School of Phonography
4- ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Offers unsurpassed facilities to young men and ladi
qualify tlmsoH es for business pursuits. ur llusiI1,.ssVV.1''.Inav 'Hit
pares for accurate accountantship and the iiitHli-.,.,, .r""'ill t.,,
pertaing to ousiness. The course in Shorthand iind Tvi "! fi at'.
verbatim reporting or office work. Students w,,, , '-'li'tl
have the privilege of taking one subject in the ruv, '"' i
cliarae. .i;n
Students
may enter at any time. For elegant
catalogue or further information
Address,
S ' t I,
I'riiK-ijKil.
Vrtfrri' J.vC-iELY EJlOTHrRS. t Warren BUKewTork. Price 60 cdgf
THE MOLINE WAGON.
lajrmv, ul
THE MOLINE WAGON CO,
m.:irm .-:-a-x.r ..;.,..
Hanulacturers ol FARM, SFRIKG and FREIGHT WAGS
S" P'i " or i-LATFOKM and oiber ! ri Wuoaa,
WMr trade. of rapartnr worknusnhto mad ta'rh
tmnclt21j HHMlli 1
li.uuitiMi price L! rm I
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Davis Block,
Moline, Dlinois,
Telephone 2528.
DAVIS & CO,
PLUMBERS
Steam Fitters.
A complete stock of
Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing,
Hose, Fire Brick, Etc.
Sole Agent for
DEAN STEAM PUMPS and
SIGHT FEED LUBRICATORS
We guarantee every one perfect, and will teti Ctpi,
Twenty day's trial, to responsible parties.
Sifpty Heating Boilers and Contractors it
furnishing and laying Water, and
Sewer Pipe.
1712 First Avi,
Rock Island, Dlinoil
Telephone 114. Residence Telephone 100.
Riverside ranges
AND COOKING STOVES.
I'
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M. & D. STEEL RANGES,
Sold only by
THE BEST BAKERS ON EARTH,
DAVID DON,
1615 and 1617 8econd avenue, Bock Island, BL

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