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THE ARGUS. FRIDAY, JANUARY 8, 1892.
Our Holiday Goofls Must ho Closed Out!
Albums, lamps, clocks, brush, comb and
shaving sets, smokers' sets, etc.. AT COST.
Bedroom and parlor suites, lounges and
couches, easy chairs, rockers, dining and par
lor tables, sideboards,
and table covers special prices.
COOK and HEATING STOVES,
best assortment; prices
fore you buy. I can save
you time to pay for purchases at cash prices.
rt;M-n every cveuin!; until S :00 o'clock,
Office and Sfcnp 219 Eighteenth Street. Telophone 11
CH AS. W. YERBURT. Manacer.
Telephone 1098. 231 Twentieth street.
B. F. THOMAS & CO.,
Elm Street Meat Market
A 11 "kinds of Fr-h and Si't Meats always on hand. Game,
Fieh and Oysters In the season.
Hktnolps' Blck, Montra Ave., FOOT OP ELM ST.
DAVIS & CO,
Heating and Ventilating Engineers,
Gas and Steam Fitting
A tooiplete I'm of Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing Hose,
Fire Brick,;Etc. Largest and best equipped
establishment we6t of Chicago.
DAVIS BLOCK, Molina, HI. J 1712 First Ave,, Rock Island, XU.
Telephone 2053. j Telephjne 1148.
Residence Telephone 1169-
carpets, curtains, rugs
to suit. See us be-
you money and give
CHAS. A. AECK,
Brady Street, Davenport, la.
and Saturday until 10:00.
AGENCY FOR THE
8TRAM aad HOT WATER
AMERICA'S GREAT BREWERY.
Aaheaoer-Haweli Brrwlnc Anria
tlD. Brewers or Flae Ber Eielo
nlwely Vo Corn, hat II Igh-Urade
Barley SI alt and IInpn l?eit.
In roany and highly interesting: forms
the great brewing association of Anheu
ter Batch has been presented to the peo
ple of this and foreign countries. Its
unt sampled magnitude and wonderful
facilities have all been elaborated until
ever? intelligent citizen of America is
familiar wilh them. Tbe brand acres of
grouod covered by that magnificent es
tablishment, and the peerless quality Of
its rich and luxurious produces, are no
less familiar to the people than the splen
did i ltMration of its crealand numerous
structures. They are not only the pride
ofSi. Liuis, but in connection with its
industrial and commercial progress they
are important factors.
A. brewery with a capacity for the pro
duction of 1 500,000 barrels annually of
the flLefct beer ever manufactured in the
world, and with a bottling establishment
of 100,000,000 bottles yearly, would be
regarded by the people of any city and
any country as the source of great indus
trial wealth and general prosperity.. The
distribution of these immense productions
to every clime and civihz d country upon
the earth brings back substantial returns
to be added to the general wealth of the
city, and largely increase the employment
of labor. The magnificent display at the
Ute ezposUron made by that great brew
ing association was a marvel of beaut?
and excellence never before equaled upon
a like occasion.
The bona Arte offer of $10,000 000 in
ca.-h recently made by a syndicate for
that great establishment and refused by
Mr, LSupch, wts the largest sum ever of
fered lor a single business in the world
The expansion of that vast industrial
and commercial enterprise has been no
less dependent upon the unchallenged
superior quality of its productions than
upon the acknowledged business ability
ot its management. The first considera
tion, however, has always been given to
ibe excellence and fUvor of the Anheu
ser Butch beer, ard while the several
brands are manufactured at an increased
cost ever the best productions of other
breweries, the results have been equally
gratifying to a great business prosperity
and to a multitude of consumers. In
the manufacture of that wholesome and
irvigora'irg beverage neither corn nor
corn prepHrations of any kind are used,
but it is the product of genuine barley
malt and hops in the best attainable com
bination, and hence, while the cost is
considerably increased, the beer is abso
lutely pure, and as delightful to the taste
as it is invigorating and healthful. These
qualities hr.ve made the rer.utetion of
that beer as wide as the earth is broad,
and its universal use is shown in aa ever
increasing demand for it. Being undoubt
edly the finest beer in the Amer
ican market, it has largely
t.ken the place of Bass' celebrated
English ale at American tablet:
No people are more jealous and proud
of this excellence of tteir family tables,
for the entertainment of guests and
friends, than Americans, and none have
a keener relish for the highest standinl of
delicate and nutritious fond and di ink.
To command their patronage the article
must be first-class and of the best quality.
Therefore, the choice product of the An-beuser-Busch
brewery is recognized as
being without rivalry wherever it is sold
and is the favorite table beverage of this
country. As Mr. Busch says: "The best
is cot too good."
Taking it as a whole, thin establish
ment, of which Mr. Adolpnus Busch is
the head an i front, and the enterprises it
controls, employs more workmen, pays
more taxes on its various plants, expends
more money iu wages, raw mater
ials and inprovemcn's than any other
businehs nterprise in the United Statis,
and adds to the support of tvery depart
ment of urt, science, agriculture and mechanic-
I t the manpg.iment of that great entcr
I ripe, Mr. Bu.'-ci is axsistd by his two
soiis, who are coming forward to com
manding positions in the commercial cir
cles of our city.
These are some of the features of
America's greatest brewery, in which all
Of the people of St. Louis, of whatever
social pra'le or condition, lake a just
pride from which tbey can never be di
vorced. St. Louis Globe-Democrat,
The Rock Island agencv for thit- famous
and popular beer is in the bands of Curse
Book on Mound nniliter.
The editor of the American Actquar
ian will publish in the spring a book on
mound builders. It will treat of the
mound builders of all sections, will he
fully illustrated and will ioutan the de
scriptions of all relics and earth works so
far as known. Dr. Peet is now seeking
information from each stale in reference
to mounds and relicB, as he is anxious to
put a record of all groups iu the book.
Our readers will do well to communicate
with him at bis editorial office at Avon,
This is to certify that I have used Dr.
Bull's Cough Syrup for a bronchial nfftc
tion and it has completely cured me.
Frank E. Mason,
Artist and designer, 6 Bedford street,
The taxes for 1891 are now due and
may be paid to the 'ownnhip collector at
Burst & Donaldson's office in Masonic
Temple block. Your last year's receipt
will be of great assistance to the collector
in finding your descriptions on the tax
books. William T. Stjgdbn,
To Bervtra aoa JHbiiaicd Ben.
Tf Vnll will Of n A wno Tim. ewl H rocc
will mail you our illustrated pamphlet
explaining all about Dr. Dye's celebrated
electro voltaic belt and appliances, and
their charming effects upon the nervous
debilitated system, and how tbey will
quickly restore you to vigor, manhood
and health. Pamphlet free. If yon are
thus afflicted, we will send you a belt and
appliances on trial.
Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall. Mich?
Joslin. Jan. 6. Judge Searle was il
luminating the streets of Joslin with tbe
beams from his smiling countenance on
Thursday last. The judge has a mind so
well stored with the profoundest phi
losophy that it is a luxury to meet wilh
him occcioniily. Nevertheless, we cn
always wind him upon the tariff.
Oa Thursday evening last Lyman Dai
ly's clock yard was set on fire by his own
boy sinking a ma'ch for the purpose of
smoking a cigarette. Three stacks of
hay were destroyed, and had not the
neighbors worked zeal ously, or if the
Wind had been in tbe wtst, tbe barn with
its contents would have been consumed.
This shows the imDortance of parents
keeping a strict watch upon their chil
dren. Miss Maude Crompton, who went to
Port Byron to visit with her friend, Miss
Birdie Osborne, was taken so sick that it
was considered necessary to call In Dr.
Black. She is bettnr now.
Miss Sarah Burrows and her brother,
Samuel, of Barslow, visled tbe past week
with F. E. Cromplou's family.
On Monday last Daniel Swank hauled
a load of coal for his own family. O.i
Thursday he was dead, and was buried
on Friday. Truly, ' in the midst of life
we are in death."
It has been the stock argument of pro
tection ifts for the last 40 years, that pro
ti ction would give us a home market fr
our farm products. Now we find Jerrv
Rus-k and other coaxing Prance and
Germary to lake ourpoik, and are doing
their utmost to h.irl a market for our corn
in R'.-s-ii. Hhs Uncle Jerry lost confi
dence ard got tired of waitiugf
Mr. Swank's funeral sermon will be
preached nn Sunday next at Rose Hill.
J. S. Swank is out from Nebraska to at
tend the tueeral.
S-v-rat have said of Ute, after getting
our AKtiUS Jos in news is the first thing
we look for, and if thtre is none we are
disappointed. Ctn't help it, gentlemen,
it frequently bsppens that interesting
news is a very scarce racle. Proh bly
there is too heavy a duty on tbe raw ma
terial. Our separator November luttr
brought 30 cents and a fraction per
pound in New York market.
The Coe and Zuuia Mutual Iosuraoce
company holds us annual meeting Jan 5,
for the purpose of electing its officers and
transacting any other business that m ght
come before it. The following officers
Wf-re d'iW ppfed: Jcob Marshall, prrs
itleat; llugu MoUtil, secretary, directors
tor one year, liuo McUall, F. fi. Cromp
ton, John Searle; for twe years. S. L
Swisher. Jacob Marshall, S. Wainwrighi;
for three vcars. Wesley Cain.W. H Z ig
ler, John Sc.hail; agents for Hampton, S
DeviiiDry; Zm.n,F. E Cromptoc; Can
oe Creek, Herman Liphardr; C' e. H.
Voodrmn, Cord va, John Simpson.
The company is gaining ground daily and
was never so strong as it. is at the present
time Mcltcm isParvo.
Hillsdale, Jan. 6 Coal is in good
demand at present.
Two C8rs of hos shipped 3estcrdsy
and a car of gr :in.
Cass KBirKel is storing several tons of
bay which he will fl.tp as soon as cars can
Mises Mamie and Grace Mill enter
tained a few of their young trie-mis Wt
James Camp hss gone t Brooklyn,
Iowa, for a few weeks' visit with bis
Rev. Kauffman was unable to fill the
pulpit at Beth' 1 last J-tn d y evening on
account of the grin.
Fred Housechiid is confined to his bed.
and is a very s-ick mtc, with sjmptorasof
D. li Wiircirs and son ere both con
fined to the b.'iise will the grip. The
father bn liteu tcrv ponrlv.
HH;aI. SOT! I' en.
Cliris-mss randies at Krell A Math's.
Criri'-uiias trees and tree oruanicnts at
K eil & Ma' h's.
CJ. t a hatik't filled with nice candy for
IPC at Krell & Math's.
Call on E. B. VcKown for hard wood
ami soft. cou!. Telephone 1.198
A nice present a b; x or basket of fine
csrrtj. Krell & Mnth have the finest.
Mix-'d nuts nd mixed candies lili you
can'i r t. at Krell fc Maib's.and at such
The luri"'"' PfWt'on of fine, pure ran
di. s in he three cities ai d put no in
boxes or baskets is to be found a Krell
& Malh'b new siore.
Catarrh Can't bo Cared
with local applications, as tbe? cannot
reoch tbe seat of the disease. Catarrh is
a blood or constitu'ional disease, and in
order to cure it you have to take internal
remedies. Hall's Catarrh cure is taken
interniilly, and tcls directly on the blood
and mucous surfaces. Hull's Catarrh
Cure is no qtiMCR med'C'ne. It was pre
scribed by one of tbe best physicians in
tl co-irtry for ycira; MTirt ia a regular
prescrip'iou It is e.ompngrft of the best
tonics k'i..n. combined wi h the best
blcod purifiers, acting directly on the
mncou surfsci s The per'ect corr.bina
tion of ite two jrg-edienti is what pro
duces such wor.derful results in curing
catarrh S- nd for testimoniils free.
F. J. CnEKEY & Co . Prope., To edo. O.
S ld hy nruggisis, price 75c.
THE NEXT MORNING I FEEL BRIGHT AND
NEW AND MY COMPLEXION IS BETTEB.
My rlnctor It arts irontly on the stomach, liver
and tldnevg. and Is a pliant laxative. Thl drink
18 mane fmm hrh, and U prepared toruae aa eaallr
a tea. It la called
All (Irnrrxtt nell Itnt 50c. and $1.00 per Mckaire.
r. ' i . .-'"- r family Irieairinfr mOTN
the hnwela each day.
; . r .... u.i ...I- niVTCV
la order to be healthy, thla
V. E BLANDING'S
Head of Tweaty-fifth Street
. BSTWEEN -
Thirteenth and Fifteenth Avenues.
A Rare ClianGB For Bargains in City Lois.
Eligible Desirable and Cheap.
Only One Mile from the City Postoffice.
Easy Terms and Long lime.
grEnquire at the Kock Island Savings Bank
J. M. BUFORD.
pATE N TED July 21 s.Tl885
CME 1; LACKING :
at 20 cents a brrt'c :i.
other Dressing ;.t ;
A LITTLE GOES A LCNG
becanse shoes once l lmkencd wi:1:
be kept clean by washing thcru wh::
People in moderate circumsi.-iroe:-
v :a: v.
prohtahle to buy it at fdc. b lx ttl !
what they spend for F.lackir.g ti.y t
It is the cheapest Marlcinp cor.si
s l it
its quality, and yet we vant to
cheaper if it can be done. AVc will
for a recipe that will rnalle :t to r-;i!c
Wolff's Acmk Blac kjn; .tt k!i a p:-uc
that a retailer can profitably m11 it :u j'e. r;
bottle. This offer is ojien until Jan. 1st, 1HC
WOLTF & BAKDOLPH, Phiiadelphik.
Old furniture paintetl with
(this is trie nnme of ihc paint'i, lo l.s Fl c
ftuined and varnished nrir urn it nr. .
coat will do it. A child can app'y it. "
enn chanse n jiinc to a w::lm 1. cr a ! . '
to mahotrany; there is ro liioit t
fancies. All retailers sell ii.
A LAUNDRY SOAP, PURE AND SAKITARY.
General Kousehsid Use.
p3 J LUj
HORST VON ECECKRITZ,Plunel
FMMBZPTIOIII A BneiALTT.
Fourth Ae. and Twentv-Thlrd 8L
Express and Moving.
11 order promptly attended to. Char
Aieave orders at H. Trenamao'i Bamees
o U J C Jl. AMD POIITI V at am S
MANLY VIOR and tkia Onlv Lffsittmatt
iT-tVr.V J'v" - I a.i y "( Loir
rtlor.wiiiHtanBIm ayn.) ll.ilKiCT
fM. cir.tM bft-R.rrCAtON.aU.ua.i.
PROTECT YOUR EYES I
MR H HIRSCHBERG.
The wtll-n wn p;:r.mn of 6"9 live
(N. K. ro'.T haul Olive). St. ioni" H
a- pointed T. H. Thoma i aecnt f,w h
eelubra e-i m&mrnii Spectacltn- uimI Kvt
Ci(, ind aim for his limoi. Ko,.
ChanRei b e M.eoacl s and Ky.c'-.'
'I he e as e a.e tiie trenteft uiveit,,
evernvide in reetac. By a itojkt
eons'roction o( the Lei.s a periuwi par
thaeinp a pair of these Son-l'hunL'caNe
tilt rr m tcrtu in change thi-se ilwm
from the eyes, and every tar ireh&v
is cna-anteed, so ttiat if thev e-r iev
the eyer int mutter how or scratched Uw
lenses are) they ill fornirh the in,
with a nfw i.a r of 1asee free of chre
T. H. THOMAS ha- a fti I aseortBHat
and inviu e a.l to salisfv then iwaM
ef the tTeat snperl.tritv nf these O aaa,
over any and all other now in use to rati
nd examine 'he sme at T H. oraai".
dra.-(risi ar.d optician, nt.t i-laod
No Peddlers Supplied.
A. D. HUESING.
Reprenenu. amonR other time-trie a and pel
Down Fire Insurance Oompaniet he following:
BoyaJ InatiHMice Oompny, of Bneland.
Wecheter Fire Ins. Comna,ny of N . Y.
Buffalo German Ine.Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Rochester German Ins Co., Rocherter, H. Y.
Citiiene Ins. Co., of Pittsborgh. P.
Run Fire Offlce. London.
Cnion Ins. Co., of Califorrlaw
rJecnrity Ina. C".. New Biv-.), Corn.
Mliwausee Mechanics Int. Oa., Milwaukee, W
German Flrelci. Co., of Peoria, 111,
Offlt Cor. 18th St., and Second Ati
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
EXE Ft AXi
Th .T1 ! c-d T..-.j.tf.e (Vrrapaiiea
LOSSES FRlSlLY PAID.
i iovr : ? nil- ble -v a -.any om $Aat
"WTrefz & Co.,
Toys and Candy.
If you wish to see a nice linn
of New Year's Cards call and
see onr dieplay.
W. TRT" FZ & CO.,
2223 Fourth Ave.
: Shirt Factory:
"We are now prepared to take
your measure and make
Price aa Low ae the Loveft.
All kinds of Repairing dote.
Also agent for Eockford C othlnt rnJ
Fine custom-made pants from f5 to
1W t-econd Avenue, Kec I"1
Over Looslc' Crockery store.