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THE ARGUS. TUESDAY. JANUARY J, 1892.
From January 10th to 16th inclusive, we will
make a discount of 10 PER CENT on all heat
ing stoves in our stock.
20 PER CENT discbunt on all
remaining unsold, consisting principally of albums,
brush and comb sets, smokers' and shaving sets,
silverware and lamps. On
Furniture and Carpets
we are making special prices, and our stock is
well assorted in cheap and medium priced goods.
Come and see us before you buy. Take a bridge
train; it will pay you. Below we give time card
of hourly trains between Davenport and Rock Island:
LEAVE lint K ISLAND
C.ir, a. m. p. m.
7 HO a. m.
S :00 a.m.
3 28 p. in.
4 M) p. n;.
7.30 p. m.
Our terms as usual
Telephone 421. 322 Brady Street, Davenport, la.
Ojon every pvfnin nntil S:V o'clock, an i Satirdavs until 1:00.
Ofli'e fctid Stop IIH Eifhtcciith S-treft. 7tUjlrtell
C OAS. W. VERBURY, Manazer.
Telephone 1098. 231 Twentieth street.
B. F. THOMAS t CO.,
Elm Street Meat Market
.All kinds of Frnsb anl Salt Meats always on hand. Game,
Fish and Oysters in the season.
Reynolds' Block. Molink .Avk.,
DAVIS & CO,
Heating and Ventilating Engineers,
Gas and Steam Fitting
A complete I'ne of Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing Hose,
Fire Brick'Etc. Largest and beet equipped
establishment west of Chicago.
DAVIS BLOCK, Moline, 111. I 1712 First Ave,, Rock Island, HI.
Telephone 2063. Telephone 1148.
Residence Telephone 1169
6:55 a.m. 1 00 p m.
7 30 a. m. 3:00 p. m.
9:00 a.m. 5.00 p.m.
11:00 a. rn. 7:00 p. m.
11 :50 ft. m. 8:00 p. re.
CASH OR CREDIT.
CHAS. A. MECK,
AGENCY FOR THE
STEAM and TIOT WATEIt
Rock Island, 111.
OOT OF ELM ST.
A FITTING TRIBUTE
The Life or the L.at Rev. II. . Rey
nolds Kevien-eil by a Kan-.au
The Blue Rup'ds (H.u) Times prints
the following extended biography of the
late Rt.v. II. G. Reynolds which w ill be
read with internet by many in this city:
Rev. Harmon G. Rejno ds, ditd at the
residence of his son-in-law, Stephen C.
Moore, in Irvine, at 1 o'clock. New
Year's morning, aged 81 years and 10
Harmon Gaasevoort Reynolds was born
near Saratosa, N. Y.. Dtc 21,1810. At
tbe aire of three years he removed witb
his parents to a farm in Vermont, near
tbe tewn of Woodstock; bera he passed
tis youth. Oa his 21 birthday h lefr
the farm and went to Monteplier, where
he attended school one year, be then com',
menced the study of law. A short time
previous to the Black Hawk war, he
packed all his worldly possessions in a
bag, and tlaried to walk t the s'ate of
Illinois. lie reached Rock Island in
time to tak? pfcrt in the war between the
while settlers and Indians of th-a section
The Inciiin troubles over, be startid the
first news-paper publithid in Rick Isl
and. and at the Same time engaged in the
practice of la. Bcu-e of his z-alotis
defense of Black Hawk and other
fiiend y Indians, tbe s-ettlcrs ( f nortiierr
Minois gave him a title he ws u!wi s
proud to heur Rl.ick Hawk." In li-39
he married Vtia LonNa Thompson, an
moved bis liule fmiiy to Kaoxviile, 111.
in 1S52, wiii-re be built ut anxtenive
mw practic.-. lie became jalge of Knos
County iu IS";!, L- l.iing the position as
log as he remained in the county. H
wis ckrs of the constitutional conven
tion of l.linois in 1M7 nr '48, Ffrvine ir
the same capaciiy uulil 1S54, and be
came identified in ilu state with Lincoln.
Judee David Davis, Jurigp Lgan, O jl'-s
by. Palmer, Gov. Edwards, Gov. Yates
and inanv others. Ai the earnest solici
anon of Masonic fiiends, he accepted
the i flice of grand secretary of tie brand
lo tee of Illinois- Tte work crew eo
rapidly that he gave uo his law i.r-c ice
and moved to Springfield in 185(5, and
pave his whole time to the buuress of the
oUice; he served as grand secret ary 15
consecu live years, and wis then made
grml master of the. same bod t . Tlic
1 irge meii-br rship and r.oliie influence for
trood. which Musonry ob'ainsin Minois,
is largely due to his lint. ring and efficient
Wi.rk, and instructive lectures ihruutiu
out tbe state. Soroeun.e in 1S01, he
Marled the Masonic Trowi-1, whicn sow.
became the leading Miioujc publication
in the United iStnt.-s. In 1871 his print
iuKotuie, choice library, etc-, was de
stroy! d by Sre. His term c-f ofiW hav
ing cxpirei, he concluded to try an
mend h s br-iken fonune in Kansas Tbt
Citizens tf Marshall county anow the his
tory of his eoj iurn among ihem better
than the writer cn tell it . S ifll
it to fay, that he was the hiyh
est rank Mason in northeastern Kmeas,
h ivir.g taken the 33.1 and liiyiiest decree
Although many honors had fallen upor
him in manhord's prime, and weal L
and fame bed been his for years,
no honor was so highly i siceroed 88 th'
conferred upon by the Baptist church in
Blue Rapils. Nor did wealth and fame
i.ver briog him the quiet, content at d
hriht anticipations that nis humble min
istry in the household of faith did Jus
as the old year was dying he hfld a quiet
talk with his son who wes watchinu with
him, tiien fi-li asleep, and in the twinkle
of an eye be was changed, and wiary old
ape was at rest.. Si) mote it be.
We wish to add to the abtve a word of
testimony from what we have known of
'he deceased for a lone time, and which
we know can be cheerfully verified by a
large circle of friends. He was one of
tho-em.n truly to be called good, ia a
broad sense ot that worl. II j consist
ent life and timely words of counsel were
a source of creat strength, not only to
the church of his choice in this city, but
to the entire chrisiian community
Everyone had great respect forjudge
Iavfiinri ItuineH Mcu'm AKo:ta.
The annual meeting of the DuVenport
Business Men's association was held las-t
evening, and resulted as follows:
PresidPnt S. F. Smith.
Vice-President Augus1 Reimers.
Secretary II. T. DeLison.
Treasurer E. S. Carl.
The following resolution of interest
was presented, and adopted unanimously-
Whereas, Hon. C. A. Ficke, our
mayor, has recommended, subject to act
of legislature, to the city council tbe
early passage of an ordinance for the ap
pointment by the council of a board of
public works; therefore, be it
Resolved. By the Davenport B.isinss
Men's associaiiou that we heartily ap
prove of the action of our mayor and
earnestly request that at the carlu-st op
portunity, as indicated in tbe above pre
amble, our city council puss such ordi
nance as outlined by our mave-r m its last
R solved. That it is the earnest desire
of this association that tbe legislature
now in session should enact a law author
izing cities of our clas, "organiz-d at
der special charter," to establish boards
of public works, in conformity as npar is
may be witb draft of etich law as Is hereto
attached, and that ouc secretary place
this resolution at the earliest practicable
date in the hands of our representatives
In the legislature.
A. P. Mr.Guirk read the draft of a bid
made by Hon. C. M. Waterman for an
act to provide for the improvement of
country road. Its provisions authorize
the board of supervisors of any county to
levy a tax not exceeding one mill on tbe
dollar for the purpose of improving and
macadamizing connty roads. No part of
the tax is to be expended upon cross
roads until tbe highways ot the county
are improved. The bill was referred ;o
a committee consisting of lion. Nathan
iel French, A. P. McGuirk and A. W.
It leads them all," is the general reply
of druggists when asked about the merit
or sales o? Hood'a 8rsaparilla.
STOCKINGS OR SCALES.
If I were asked of all things what I most
would like to be,
Id choose to be a mermaid and live below the
How nice, instead of walking, to swim 'round
like little whales.
And to wear, instead of stockings, many shiny
pairs of eeuies.
Which don't need changing every time that
nurse says they nro wet.
And then to have no shoes that always come
And yet, although it must be nice to swim
around in scales.
To attend a school of porpoise9 and play at tag
To be on friendly speaking terms with jelly
fish and eels.
And never to be sent to bed or told I'm lata for
Still, when I think of Christmas eve my reso
For what would Snnta think if I hung up a
pair of scales?
O. Herford in St. Nii hoins.
The Pretty t;irl of 'Frisco.
Permit ine to allude to the leautiful
women of San I 'm neUcu. I have seen them
as they moved hIoi-k u it h the pasningshow
arrayed in t he height of fashion. One can
not h"p but notice their exceptionally
graceful c irrir-.-,-. My. my! w I: a style,
wh.-tt beauty. h.il splendor! Is it any
wonder t hat man bows down before them
and worships? I; is a irrand siu'lit to pass
down one of lhee 'Frisco ri reels on a
pretty day and fea.-t one's eves upon mi
lady ami inhale tne delicious l.reai h of the
ioeiy flowers she wears at her breast, for
everylfoily here wears (lowers here in this
iinny bind of flowers the air is 1 nil n wit h
tiieir odor.--"or. ('.Iiatt inooLca Times.
Butcher (to artist) 1 am not quite sat
isfied with the portrait. The right side
of the chest should bulge somewhat
that is where I keep my pocketbook.
Cbristms candies at Krell & Math's.
Christmas trees and tree ornaments at
Krell fe Math's
Get a basket filled with nice candy for
UK', at Krell & Math's.
Gallon E. B. McKown for bard wood
nd sofr civ.!. Telephone 1.198.
A nice present a box or basket of fine
candy. Krell ifc Math h;vc the Huesl.
Mixed nuts and mixed Candies till you
can't r- st. at Krell & Mtlh's.and at such
Ti e lars"r .'ee!on of fine, pure can-
ii.p in the 'hre ci
s a: d put t:o in
boxes or baskets is to he found a' Krell
& Math's new s ov,
The taxes tcr ISiH are now due and
my he p-itd to the tonship collector at
I lursl & Donaldson's dice in Masonic
Pi mp e block Y -ur list year's receipt
be of greil a-sist ince lo ihe collector
in finding your descriptions on the tax
books. Wit.u.vm r. MrunKN,
for any trace or' antiuyr ne, morphine,
ch'orsl, or any other injurious compound
in K:a se's LleaUache Capsules, llarlz
& U -.hnsen .
Catarrh Can't be Cared
with local applications, as they cannot
reach the scat of the disease Catarrh is
a blood or constitu'ional disease, and in
order to cure it you have to take internal
remedies. Hali's Catarrh cure is tahen
internally, and sc!s directly on the blond
and mucous surface-. Hal's Ca'arrb
Core is no quack nted cine. It was pre
sc.titied by one of tbe fx si physicians in
'tis co-ir.trv for ears; and is a regular
prescription It ts c.imp-ised of the !et
tonics tJ"''n combir-ei wrh. the lirst
olcod p-irier-a. Helms directly on the
rt'iicou- enrtae-s Tie pi rteet i-ondnna-'ion
of t.iu uvu iru't f'.iet.ts is wii&t pro-dii-.:es
Mich wondcrf-d r--r-'d's in enrirg
catatrii S-n-1 f-r 'cstim'-nialx free
F. .1. CllFNKY & I'd , Props., Toledo, O
S old tu dj liifista, t-n.'e 7."i''.
is end vill ever be the
fZr Remedy for
U Gout. Influenza. Backache,
If Pains in tbe Side, Chest and
Joints, Neuralgia, Sprains, esc
Before yon need to bay, obtain
3-FBEE OF CHARCE-W
th Ta1nahl hnnlti "Onide to Health." wif.li
endorsemeaU oi prominent puy&icia&s, J
PrSz3 Medals Awarded I
50 Cents a bottle, For Sale by
C. E. WISWALL & GO,
Chicago's Finest Shoe Store.
Stock the Largest.
Goods the Finest.
Prices the Lowest.
Men's 2nd Ladies
Hand Sewed Weli Shoes.
Send for Catalogue.
C. E. WISWALL & CO., 160 Stale St., Chicago
& (J- A
SI UU . -S
V. I, BINDING'S
Head of Twenty-fifth Street
- BETWEEN -
Thirteenth and Fifteenth Avenues,
A Rare Cliance For
Eligible, Desirable and Cheap.
Only One Mile from tlie City Postoffice.
Easy Terms and Long rJ'ime.
fSPEuquire at the Rock Island Savings Eank
J. M. BUFORD.
UHUlSCrHBERfi E PROTECT YOUR YES
-'':r2.ci5ANGEApl- mr h hirschrvpTT
PATENTED JULYS ?.r 1885
l lic j.riec ,t" V'c'ffs Acme Blacking is
i--. LoMle. ar,'l it is hetiji at that. It
sis .im.iv to (ill a I '-ttlc with Acme Illai k
:v.; il.an i-tlier 1-ii.i-l Dressings cost ciun
! tot'.ir tliociarket, inelinlinr fancy Loses,
ti- f!oijier. ami ntlier paraphernalia,
r .- .7 .u-'.('-i;i not the package.
' p is o-ir tliire to sc!l Acmk Bi.acktvo
i--r it t-i-sili;e. hut Unit Diirselves n n-
:.i i'li m'. inL" t- its present cost of
- . e iio'vl u prize of
; It ''ay r ' . It. r , W.. to lie j-ai-.l
- !li :-Illsh s :l liirtnnlil e!i:,--i.
-r . ' uX- s:i-h .i -riee th;U ii
: i a ;t :,t ICe. a I nil!, .
r ': "T. PH. Phiiadelphi-i.
"rr It'e.'c ( mi out bat Pik-TIon
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U v.J-iie :::!: s U .,k Y- .:- r t ' -s.
A LAUNDRY SOAP, PURE AND SANITARY.
General Household Use.
HORST VON KCECKRITZ.PharmaciM
PEMCEIPTIOKi A SPBCIALTT.
Fourth Ave. and Twentv-Third 8t
Express and Moving.
All orders promptly attended to. Char-
Te order at H. Trenaman'a Banwse
soop on Market cqoare
Bargains in City Us,
MR H HIRSCHBFRf;
Tlicm-ll-'TMin ji'm :f. of i, -i
( (. K. - ci-. 7 h in I ' :.:-1. St
a- pointed T (U'lhe-'H fh--.-''..
eel t-ra TMam Mi Sp-C': . rr t
jdasfM, rod 1 f- r t: k:., '.j
i lianf."--b'e Se:t:iel g ami f ..."
the c - i e ri-t-''
ever m 'do -u seectnr . j:v ;." .
const rnrtton "1 th- I.ei a i, ir '.,
ee:iiT:t; a i-air er thie St j, t
(ihis s n-ver hris t- t imn e t..
from tlic eye. ftml ev,-iy & r
i" tjuaian'ee'i, so t'mt if -tuv
tlicejcr in i ni Iter tiinv cr :
l.en are) they wi l f irn -ij
with a tiew i a r nt !a-ce fre..
T. H. THOMAS ha a f , 1
Hnd inii- a.l to n-iM-e .
ef the t-r--it se.(:eri.Tit . i f i' i-. i,
over ai. v aj'i il othe-ii r.. v -. -i.e-piii
( x tnine 'he pme ;.-'' II.
dru j:is and (iptieian. -e i-.t,;
No Peddlers Supntied.
W. Trefz & Co.,
Toys and Canj;
cigis ii mm
TJ 1 - ..Ii
If you wish t j r e a lie
of New Year'- Cttd-j rail an
see our difpliiy.
2'22 -i iM-uit.'i J re.
: Shirt Facta:
We are now prepared to take
your measure ar.d make
Price as Lew ae the Low if;.
All kinds of Repaint).' '. (.
A!n tgentfor Rockford C'c-tttlt i "1
Fine custom-made psnts fr.im ; 'o$'''-
lti"9 Second Avenue. : i
Over Looslej'p Creeki rv fXc.n.
haTtnsr Jnrt orn!hed a fine !''
cq iipp.-d it with t.en i.f Mr n-- i A V
Hu:t Uilliurd Tab al ! 1 '
IN THE CIGAR STCRE
'.lie flnejl I'nc of ImtMir'i il t d ! " '
and 1 ebai i i) lu l!i- ''K' :-
1S0S Skcoxd .vkni-e-
Jolm Volk Co,
Sash Doors B'imls. Sniins. Floods
and all kind of ood wnrK for ireili''"
KUthUeath St.. bet. Third and lfO.
GENE HA I- -