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THE ARGUS. SATURDAY. JANUARY !(, 1892-
Continued another week.
From January 1 6 to 20 inclusive, we will make
YOU A DISCOUNT OF 20 PER CENT
on all hard coal stoves in our stock. 10 PER
CENT discount on all soft coal heaters on hand.
2.5 PER CENT discount on all
left over, principally albums, brush and comb
sets, smokers' and shaving sets.
10 PER CENT off on lamps, clocks, silver
ware, pictures and easels.
FiMITlB, CiPSf S, Efl&S ill mm.
For one week you can buy anything in this
line at 10 Per Cent Discount trom our reg
ular prices. Our stock is well assorted in cheap
and medium priced goods. Come and see us
befce you buy. Our terms as usual,
CASH OR CREDIT; AT CASH PRICES.
(V,-n every 'v.;i'n- until S o'clock.
(.(1: jsr.!"tr: E'il.-.fr'li ?:.;. 1t:).ril:
i n A. W. YE RE TRY. Mar.nrer.
PI our. Kte.
Telephone 1098. 231 Twentieth street.
B. F. THOMAS & CO.,
Elm Street Meat Market
All kinds of Fref.lt and Salt Meats jilwajs on Innd. Game,
Fish and Oysters 5n the sermon.
II k v N'ot'is' Bick, 'tink .VK., FOOT OF ELM ST.
DAVIS & GO,
Heating and Ventilating Engineers,
Gas and Steam Fitting
A complex 1'ne of Pipe, Brass Goodf , Packing Hose,
Fire Brick.JEtc. Largest and best equipped
establishment west of Chicago.
DAViS BLOCK, Moline, IU.
Residence Te'ephone 1 1 6J.
CHAS. A. MECK.
Brady Street, Davenport, la.
an IS rur.lv. until 11:0 .
age:tcy for the
STEAM and HOT WATER
Rock Island, 111.
1712 First Ave,, Rock Island, 111.
C(i runn Iladerst Think Tkat
Katfsfartat j- Appropriations lor
1'iishins the innii mil be Made.
The following from the Washington
special in Thur.dij's Chicigo Tribune is
Gen. T.J. Henderson, of I linois, who
is one of Ihe oldest metulnr-i uf the com
mittee on rivera and harbt rs, was asked
tody by the Trihune correspoDd-nt as
to the probable action of the committee
relative to an appropriation for the Hen
nepin canal. "Trie committee met to
day," replied Gen H-nderson. "and or
ganized. Beyond this nothing hs
been attempted. I (ltd. on looking over
the committee, quite a number of new
members arid a goodly proportion of ol 1
one? with whom I have served before
and who are familiar with the Hennepin
cmal and otber matters whifh will neces
sarily corns before the committe. With
this f -ict in mind I have no hesitancy in
saying that suitable appropriations will
be made for pursuing the work on tTis
great improvement, although nothing
has been said a?out it in the committee
as v-t. The rid members voted with me
on this question before in favor of the
canal, ar.rt 1 hare no doubt will do so
MO LIE CLAIMS A I. L KG ED.
In the W'tufliiinn Order tn li Bled
fr o. All it in Worth 1
Tlie Modern Woodmen, as an organ
ization, has hardly had time to recover
from its snrj rise, as a result of the D. S.
Maitby liliaatious, in h ch a verdict for
$7. OrO wag given the ex-deputy, when
information reaches the Moline Republi-can-Journnl.
from sources dei med relia
ble, that the following new cinin.s have
I. . E. Kih i Mi in
II. C. Airrrw fnO 0)
Kiii- A McCoy Mnl l
H. M. IrelsLll l.iw l
Mr. R9!i;; sini (i
Ir. t'lendenln . 3.00') Oil
lr. P. L. MrKiDiiie S.oou IK)
Tot.il l I 0X1 01
If these claims attirjt Ihe order are cot
paid suits will he instituted, and it. looks
very much as though the new headc-in-ip
officers would not have as smooth s iling
as the first few monthsof this admisistra
lion would seem tuind'cite
At the United Presbvierian. preaching
by ihe pt.sa.r. Kev. II (J. M&r.shHil, at
10:-15 . m. N' evening service. San
da) school at 930 a. m Yoiinti People's
met ti-g at 0.15 p ni.
At Trinity, li.-v K. F, Sweet, rector,
I)tan JeiT.-rds, of Piona. htucistin;.".
Sun. lay school at 'J.l'i a. rn , matins a:
10:1), litany, sermon ami celebration at 11
a m, even on;; at 7 p m. At the chap
el, Sunday school and even song at 2.30
At the Swedish Baptist church. Fifth
avenue and Twenty-fi st street, Rev. A O.
Eagblom, -pastor. Services at 10:3d a.
m. and 7;S0 p. m. on Sundays. Wednes
day evening prayer meeting at 7:30, Ev
ery evening next week meetings will be
held at 7:30 p. m.
At the Central Presbvterian, poach
ing by the pastor, Kev. Jnhn H. Kerr
Morning subject at 10 30, ' Pura Re'lR on
and Umletiled;" evening at 7:30. "A Di
vine Helper." Sunday tchool at 11:45
a. m. Young People's Society of Chris
ti in Eideavrr at 6:45 r. m.
At the Christian church, sr?iees at
10:45 a.m. and 7:30 p. m ., conducted
by the p?tnr. U. v. T. V. Grafton.
Morning sutijeor, "The Loyalty of the
Apost'es." Evening subject, "The King
dom of Grace, or God's Purpose Concern
i'pMan." S'ludav school st 0:15 a.m.
Y. P. S. C. E. at G:30 p. m.
At ii:e riHilav Presbyterian, the
Rev. W. S Marquis, teistor. In the
mt ruing at 10.45 a. m. the sacrament of
the Lord's supper will he celebrated, and
new members welcomed. In the evenirir
at 7:30, the pastorwi'd speak on the tr-x
"Sek the Lrd and YeShail Live." Sun
day school at 9.10 a. m. S:uth Park
Sunday school at 2:3.) p m.
At the First Mnthod'st, preaching at
10.30 a tn. and 7 30 p. m. by the pas
tor, the Rev. F. W. Merreli. Morning
subject, "The Sentinel's Duty." E?e
nim,"Tbou Shall Not Commit Adulter'."
A didithtfu! snnjf service in ihe evening.
Sundav school at 9:30.(15 minutes later).
J. F. Robinson, superintendent . Young
People's meeting at 6:30 a m.
At the First Baptist, preaching
in t..e morrirg Vv the pastor, Ri-v
C. E. Taylor. Pn. D. Suhiect. Lord,
Revive thy Work " In the evening an
sildre-s by Prof. Paul Pr're on "A M..d
ern .lonsh and a Modern Whale.' '.-unday
schml at l:15 a. m , C L. Wiliiam,
suprrintender.l. Youna People's ivion
at C.30 ;,. ni.. Topic: "The F r-t
Thing F:rt." leadir. Miss Mnml CrardVd
Prof. Paul Price wi! h:ivo cbi.rg'1 of the
singing morntnj and cv -nipg. S m i ly
school at ihe Forty f,:ir'h htr.-et
chapel f.t 3 p. nr.. F. M. Sinr.ef, bu
"'Vln s-ud Ho ' S irsain-ilK?'
Thousands of people, who know it to be
the best b'.ooii pur.fier and ton c m tui
cine. Mire l'iiir,. Hn l.ililiiin Coiitliii'tir.
The data collected by iasiir.iiice compa
nies that is-ue policies on rattie show that
a distinct increase in r!k is caused by the
use of wire fences on farms. The nurotier
of cattle repfirted as killed by lightning is
very larse. In the majority of cases the
cattle were near wire fences at the moment
of their U'inv si ruck, and so convinced are
the companies that the metal strands, l.y
acting as conductors of electricity, increase
the chances against the life of the cattle,
that they ere making a modification of the
conditions cm which such insurance it,
given. I'ittsliurg Di.-patcli.
Tlir Inoranro nf Man.
Inventor Oh. the fatality of Initios!
Here I have an invulnerable, nonatmos
pheric, spectacular, refractive, nonrever
berating, noiio-eillatory watb, fwrfect in
detail and mechanism, and yet I am al
Friend Why don't you sell the patent?
Inventor The fools won't buy it, just
because it won't keep time. The driveling
idiots: Jewelers' Circular.
"Success depend ipon the liberal pat
ronage of printing offices." Astor.
Joslin, Jan. 13. At the social en
tertainment oa Friday evening last at
the residence of Fred Osborne Esq . 15,
numbers were taken out. They bad a
There were about 30 present at the
dime sociable at G. C. Wake's on Satur
day evening last.
Mrs Joseph Dunbar Is very sick wi'h
typhoid pneurcoaii. Dr. Morgan is in
Rough roads and cold weather makes
it bid for those who nave bay to haul to
Moline and Rock Island
One of our citizens cmne home after a
hard day's laber with about as much su
gar as he could conveniently carry. As
be deposited the package on the ta
ble he said to bis wife with
a broad smile. "tlie republi
can party is responsible for this."
About half past 11 that night the door
flew open with a bang, and the same in
dividual came staggettng in, this time
with as much whisky in his svstem as he
could conveniently carry. IlaoHing his
hat on the fl or and himself across a
chair, he called out, "Shay, wife, (hie)
here's ano'her republican. hic) responsi
bility. On Sundav 1- st Jo&lin Sunday school
was reorganized by the election of the
fol'owing persons as effioersfor the ensu
ing year: F. E Crompton, Jr. superin
tendent; Mrs E Donnahee, secretary,
slid Miss Llla M. Crompton, organist.
The protection organs are trying to ex
plain that the tariff on sugar ircreasid
the price of sujar because it was
a revenue tariff, and that a tariff
rn tin reduced the price of tin
t eeause it is not a protective tariff. That
is the explanation they give. Then
there are others who claim that the tariff
on farm products increases the price ot
farm products, and at the same time
they claim that the foreigner pays the
If the foreigner pys the tariff, how
does a tariff on farm products inrreese
the price of those products? And if the
tariff ou faun products increases the
price that the home tuycr has to pav,
how is it that the foreigner pays the tar
iff? Is it not rcdiculous for protection
ists to attempt to work both sides of the
street at the tame time.?
Lumber has been hauled from Molina
to Jo-lia with which to build an addition
to oiir creamery for the purpose of griiui
iug train for fe d
The R( v. Mr. Da vies is conducting a
revival at the Meth uli-t church
V. I l.Tt M in Pakvo.
' Froj ieiit and constant advcrts-iBf
troughi me ali I (iJtn." A. T. Stewart.
LiX Al. MJi lt t..' .
Hot colli-e. choco'. ite or i good cap o!
tt-i at Kreil & Mu'h's anytime.
Call on E. B. McKowu for harit wood
an i soft co-! Telephone 1.19S.
Rev. R F. Swtet, rctor f Trinity,
wi.l cttkiate at Peoria Sunday, Dean
.Itffonls, of that city, conducting the ser
vices at Trinity, both morning aod even
Get a cup of ctffee with cream and a
slice of cream pie or a sandwich for your
luncheon. Every cup of co'lee is made
to order in a moment. No waiting ard
you get the best at Kre.l & Math's new
parlor Notice Send your friends to KrelUt
Math's for a dish f oysters, cup of cot
tee, cup of chocolate, cup of tea, with a
slice of cream pic or a cream puff, or a
chocolate eclaire, or a sandwich. We
will give you the best. Remember us.
The tsxrs for 1S91 are now due and
may he paid to the township collector at
Hurst Donaldson's office in Masonic
Temp'e block Your 1 ist year's receipt
wii! be of great assistance to the collector
in finding your descriptions on the tax
books. Wii.i.hm T. St";rES,
Township Collect r.
for any trace of antipyr'ne, morphine,
chloral, or any other injurious compound
in Kra:se's Headache Capsules. H:ir!7.
& Bahn-en .
Catarrh Can't b' Cured
with local applications, as thev cannot
reach the seat of the disease. Cxt&rrh is
a blood or constitutional disease, and in
order to cure it you have to take internal
remedies. Hill's Catarrh cure is taken
internally, and acts riircctlv on the blood
and mucous surfaces. Hali's Cutarrh
Cure is r.o quack medicine. It was pre
scribed by one of the best physicians in
this country for years; and is a regular
prescription. It is composed of the best
tonics known, combined with the best
blood purifiers, hcting directly on Ihe
mucous surlBCis. The perfect'eomhina
tion of the two ipcrctiient9 is what pro
duces such wonderful results in curing
catarrh. Send for testimonials free.
F. .1. Cheney & Co . Props., ToV.lo. (.
S )id by druggists, price 75c.
An auctioneer told us the
oilier day that one of the liar.i
est thirds he had to do wa to
cry farm sales out in the tpen
air in the wind. The effort to
make himself heard by a con
course of people was sulhcieiit
generally to bring on an attack
of hoarseness that, if he did not
guard against carefully, would
give him eevere bronchial
trouble, and unfit him for work
for beveral days. He said that
late!- he had began n6ing
Reid's German Cough and Kid
ney Cure and had found that
it worked like a charm. This
is nut a fictitious statement, but
the absolute truth For coughs,
colds and bronchial trouble's, it
has eo equal. It contains no
opiate or other poison, but is
mild and safe, while it acts at
once, and will relieve the most
severe case of throat or Jung
trouble For sale by ail deal
ers. Sylvan Remedy Co.,
V. I. BLANDING'S
Head of Twenty-fifth Street
- BETWEEN -
Thirteenth and Fifteenth Avenues.
A Rare Chance For Bargains in City Lois,
Eligible. Desirable and Cheap.
Only One Mile from the City Postoffice.
Easy Terms and Long Time.
Enquire at the Kock Island Savings Bank
J- M. BUFORD.
vi, OPE CTAC t-E S
a handsome polish. I F.""r?nj
p LEATHER PRrlSERVFR. I "f?"4
HO ERUSHINC REQUIRED. ' dAlljr
Ured by m?n. wornfn ncd children.
I Q WATCDDDOnc
Wit durlire. your ooacb lsnt dry yet. I hw Hrt
IKika like a Dew co-ich, dont it haty?
A IOc. lioltlc will iwllil Haliy (nmh.
A IV. Koftle u llrtl ltiwim Suit.
WOLFF RANDOLPH, Philadelphia.
A LAUKDRY SOAP, PURE AND SANITARY.
Qensrai Household Use.
HORST VON KCECKRITZ.PHarmacfjt
PBEscnrmoH a Specialty.
Fourth Ave. and Twentv-Third St.
Express and Moving.
All order? promptly attended to. Cbar-
fWjevre order at R. Trccamac's Daruefi
enop on Market tqnarc
GH'S 15 ch Vital
JJT A UIX V knrii. A Marvellous Inviio-
"""" .un. eH.ar cATOM.awiijj;,ioun.nw
PROTECT YOUR EYES !
MR. H IIIRSCHBKR'y "
The well-. g "p-i. or i,.-i , . c.
( S. E. ror. 7 hant o;v.-,, st i . .' ,
arrx-intedT ll.Th'.ma- . r.r. v ',.,
Cel.hra e biatm r.ii s. c:i ' - ,.r t y. '
s!afs, and aim for hi In,' ...; '!'
Ch;iui;.'i-b!e I-i f-cificl t ai.-t K- ,
'1 lie ca cs are the tr-jjt- - '' ", .
eviTmnle ;n si ectac i.. i;v ,
conTurt:on f the Lc-i s a i. -..J.
ehasiRS a pair of tlic-e .Vi.r...-ir,:.V,
(Hub e. Bivt r has to cham !r .. - ),., .
from ihe eyi s. n'l evt-rv i ,, r ;n-ri,,.
i saatuuteert, so f-nt if th. .'.-..
th- oyer (no m ittcr ti:r or r " I . ,
I eni s ar ) tlii y wiil furn:--i ,', 'r,
Mirj a new i-bt of t 1 f,v..
T.H.THOMAS ha- f : I --.'."
and ii.vi-,- si m fl:ifv .,
of ihe i-rM snjirrl.irirj of ' . , t, ,...'
fvr an ami all other row :
rl!'l exirnine Tle fun.e ., '1
lru.i,"is: .'in! o;.ici'in. td r I-
No Peddlers Supplied.
V. Trefz & Co.,
Tovs and C.tnd.
CIGARS ID TOBACCO.
If you wish to see a iii.'t lin
of New Year's Cards call ani
see our display.
2223 Fourth Av-
: Shirt Factorj :
We are now prepare J to take
your measiare and niako
I AND FIT
1 Pric e a Low a tbe I.- -
AI! kindol Kej'Aim.-
i A!o agent for Rockford C!oiL.: .
i Fine cuftotn-mailc pants f- r i 5 5
i FRANK ATTW.'iTr.K
1 ltjf Sccw.d Am.;. .1
; Over Loor-Vy',. Crockery ?t.r.
! LOUIS GLOC2H0I F i
Billiard and Pool Parlors,
liav'.nz jurl fnrnlrhed a tine far r
equipped it wilii two of I'.rji.-. ' ' v
finet liilliarJ Tati'e-. al-i t 1
IN THE CIGAR STUKK -
'.he finest l'noof lmporu .l ar,ii I - -and
Tobacco in rlie i .-rh t.
180S Second Avkni :-.
Jolm Voile tNc c
Sash Doora Blinds, Sidini;, rVor.a-'-Wainscontinj.
and all kinds of wood work fur '
Elahteenth S' N-t. TMrd and Ponh ""