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THJfi ARGUS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1892
Just received a Car Load, 600 bushels of Bur-
nk Potatoes from Minnesota.
The best Pennsylvania Buckwheat flour.
20 barrels of Pickels, consisting of sweet mixed.
1 and large and small vinegar.
20 cases of the finest French Olives in all size
ybttles; these goods are the finest the market affords
id are put up especially tor me.
DRIED FRUITS of all kinds, California pears,
leaches, apples, apricots, raspberries, three kinds nf
runes, raisins and currants.
The Finest Mince Meat.
Sole agent of the tri-cities for the Daisy Patent
1620 Second Avenue.
JjjgT" Watch this epace; changed weekly.
HIS WEEK ONLY
To any lady purchasing a
pair of Shoes costing
or more, we will present a bottle of Polish
either Giltedge or Glycerole.
1623 Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
J. B. ZIMMER,
-THE WELL KNOWN-
A- m 1-1 TV riTT a "Tm
and Leader in Styles and workmanship, has received
bis FALL STOCK of Snitirgs and Overcoatings.
5gr Call and leave yonr order.
Stab Block Opposite Haepek House.
"Wt-ll Wnn is half done.'' Baffin vour housework bv
$ buying a cake of
Sapolia is a solid cake of Scouring Soap used for all clea n
ing purposes. Trv it.
Sales greater than any previons season in our
Heating and Ventilating Engineers,
Gas and Steam Fitting,
A complete line of Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing Hose.
Fire Brick,Etc. LargestJand best equipped
establishment west of Chicago.
DAVIS BLOCK Moline, El. I 112,!114'WestSeTenteentbl6t.'
Telephone 2053. J Telephoned 14,8 BJ Booklslsnd.
Residenoe TeleDbone 1 169' .
That Which Applies to Women
COUNTY CLERK KOHLEB'S WAENING.
It la a Dangerous I'rmctloe to Tamper With
the Poll Book Other Than to See That
Your Name la Recorded There Not Au
thortxed to Pot Any Marka In Them.
-I see by the appeal of the W. C.T.U.
committee with reference to women vot
ing for university trustees under the ex
isting laws," said County Clerk Kou'.er
list evening, " Jiat there is one clbuse
which admonishes women to this effect,"
atd Col. Kohler read from the W.C.T.U.
communication as follows:
The registration boobs are now hang"
ing at each polling or voting place in
your counties and towns. Go and place
your name thereon, and that of your
women frietd. Remember to ue you.
own baptismal name?, not your bus
band's, if you are married. If the judges
have not bung up books large enough to
bold your names, ask them by committees
to put up a book for your use,. It would
be well if you fear your women will not
register to appoint committees and can
vass your voting precints and present
this list, or a duplicate of it to your
judges to copy in the registration book
"Now," said Col. Eohler, "this clajse
cannot be complied with. Our lady
friends, who are anxious to ex
ercise the right of suffrage will make a
serious mistake if they carry out the in
structions referred to aDd attempt to
register their names in the poll books
wbich are huns out for reference. These
books are for the information of voters,
and no one, male or female, has a right
to muke a mark in them. The object of
hanging them out is that voters may con -suit
them, see if their names are down,
and if not they are to appear before the
the judges of election on the next regis
tration day and see that their names are
"So that before women suffragists at
tempt to follow the advice contained in
the W. C. T. U. appeal, they should be
quite sure that they are keeping within
Augustan College Motes.
Rev. Litten who is working in behalf
of borne missions, delivered an address in
the college chapel upon missionary work
last Sunday evening.
E. Floreen has organized several
classes in elocution. The work consists
chiefly of practical vocal training.
Dr. Olsson, Dr. Bartholomew and J. A.
Bexell etarttd on a tour in the interest of
the institution labt Monday. The two
former will be absent until next Monday
the latter about two weeks.
The Sophomores, taking advantage
of the fact that they bad a photographer
in the class, bad their pictures taken en
masse on Sion's Hill last Monday.
A eoodly number of the students at
tended the Sherwood concert last Tues
Next Monday, Reformation Day, will
be observed in a proper manner. At 3
o'clock in the afternoon there will be an
entertainment in the chapel , tne program
to consist of music and two addresses,
one in English, the other in Swedish., Id
the evening there will be a concert given
by the chorw.
At Trinity cbapal, liev. R. F. Sweet,
rec'or, even song and Sunday school at
2:30 p. m.
At the Broadway Presbyterian, ser
vices as usual, with preaching by the
pastor, Rtv W S.Marquis.
At the United Presbytererian. preach
ing at 10;45 a m.. by the pastor, the Rev.
H. C Marshall. Subject; "Why do
We Sit Still?" at 7:30 p. m. Subject:
"The Candidates." Sunday pcnool at
9:15 a m. Young people's meeting at
6:45 p. m.
At the 8econd Baptist, preaching in the
morning at 10:45 and in the evening at
7;30 by the pustor, Rev. E. D. Green.
Morning subject, "Following Jessus;''
evening, "The Call to Mosefi.1' Sundiy
sc hool at 2:30 p. m., George Hubbard,
At Trinity, Rey.R F. Sweet, rector, to
morrow, tbe Twentieth Mundiy after
Trinity, celebration at 7a.m. .Sunday school
at 9:15. matins and sermon at 10:15;
even song and reading of the pastoral
letter of the bouse of bishops to the
church at large at 7:30 p. m.
At the First Melhtbodist church, in the
morning at 10:45 a m. a memorial service
in respect to the memory of Mrs President
H irnson will be held with an appropri
ate discourse by the pastor. Rev. F. W.
wtrrsll. In tbe evening at 7:30 Rev. Dr
Rctiard H ney will preach. Sunday
si h ol at 9:30; D. J. Sears, superintend
ent; Epwortb Lisas ue meeting at 6:30 p.
Nw ds basistaaoa it aaay well to rea
der it promptly, but oa should rooterr
ber to use only tba most perfect reme
dies only when needed. The best and
most simp'e and gentle remedy is the
8vrup of Figs, manufactured by tbe Cal
ifornia Fig Syrup Co
These words are very familiar to our
readers, as not a day passes without the
report of the sudden death f some prom
inent -citizen. The explanation is
Heart Disease." Therefore beware if
you have any of the following symotoms:
Short breath, pain in side, smothering
spells, swollen ankles, asthmatic breath
ing, weak and hungry spell, tenderness
in shoulder or arm, fluttering of the
heart or irregular pulse. These sym
toms mean heart disease. Tbe most re
liable remedy is Dr. Miles' New Heart
Cure, which has saved thousands of lives.
Book of testimonials free at Harts &
Bahnsen's, who also sell tbe New Heart
Register next Tuesday.
For Bale A good two chair barber
shop, centrally located. Call at this of
fice. On Nov. 1. All Saints' day. there will
be matiny, sermon and celebration at
Triniiy church at 10 o'clock
By the use of the Q lincey Gis E;ono
mizer you obtain steadier light and
cause a saying of from 20 to 40 per cent
in your gas bills. Call on Blake fe Burke
and see for yourself.
Rev. Dr. Richard Haney, familiarly
known as "Uucle Dick," one of the
pioneer preachers of Methodism, now
holding tbe appointment of conference
evangelist, will preach in tbe First Meth
odist church tomorrow evening.
A noted Gipsy fortune teller
is now at 229, corner Third avenue and
Sixteenth street, ihis city, and will re
main here until November 9 only. Mrs.
Boswell will tell your past, present and
future, all by the hand. At home from
9 a. m. to 9 p. m every day. Satis
faction is guaranteed to everyone.
Judge Henry H. 3'tldsborougb, Balti
more. Md., says: "It gives me pleasure
to recommend Salvition CM to anyone
suffering from rheumatic or other pains."
Fishy Wlae Virgins.
"I have fished all along the coast from
the St. John's to the Hudson," said the
irrepressible Captain Lund, who thinks
nothing of taking his river steamboat City
of Jacksonville out to sea when it is blow
ing rifled thousand pounders; "but the fat
test bluefmh I ever saw were those I caught
off Barnegat in the merry month of Au
gust. I ran out in a Barnegat sneak boat
with a friend and we had a fine run of
luck The blues were running very large
in tfc.e wake of a school of menhaden, and
as for fat, oh my I I tell you, butter was
lean in comparison! They fairly shone with
oleaginous osculescency." (This is a word
found only in Florida dictionaries.)
"Well, sir, what do you thinkr We got
so interested in fishing that we did not
notice where we were going, and when
darkness came down we found ourselves
far out of sight of land and without wind
enough to knock a St. John's river cow
in other words, a dead calm. We did not
mind that so much, for we were on a bank
and able to anchor; but when my friend
went to light his anchor lights he found to
his horror that the oil had run out and the
oil can was empty.
"There we were right in the track of
coastwise traffic and liable to be run down
before morning for want of a lightl For
half an instant I was flabbergasted. Then
a bright idea struck me."
"Tap a blue," I suggested.
"Just the thing," shouted my friend,
who seized the idea at once.
"In less time than it takes to tell it he
had picked up one of the largest and fattest
of our captures and tapped it with his pen
knife, and, will you believe it, we got four
gallons of pure menhaden oil for our lamps
out of that one fish's belly!
"We have some right jolly fish down in
the St. John's river," said the captain,
with a far away, homesick look in his star
board eye, "but when it comes to bluefish
New Jersey takes the oil tank." New York
Featherstone Well, old man, I am glad
to hear that you are engaged to be married.
Falling in love, sir. brings out qualities in
a mau that he never suspected.
Ringway I atrrt-e with you. I never
knew before (sadly) that I had the capacity
for spending so much money. Exchange.
Alroliol in the Soil.
Chemical analyses of the soil of different
localities show that they all have a slight
trace of alcohol in their constituent parts,
due perhaps to cases of spontaneous fer
mentation of vegetable matter. St. Louis
Purely a vegetable compound,
inade entirely of roots and herbs
fathered from the forests of
Georgia, and has been used by millions
of people with the bust I esuiis. It
AH manner of Blood d'M? ascs, from the
pestiferous little boil i i jour loss to
t'.'.c worst cases of inherited blood
taint, such as Scrofula, Rheumatism,
Treatisscn Blood and Skin Diseases mailed
iir-e. Swift Specific to, Atlanta, Ga.
235 Wis. Street
H MIDDLE-AGED EM,
KldDry '1 rouble,, etc, without JHf i-tftal
MrmM. No ft. r. n. Circular or Samples. Hill or
writ as aboTO Tor Symptom BUMmaMTTOnto,
. The overtoHting frurrurw of tbe
1 f tmonft PArwi an "Pusion Flower."
rnfti at I the mofctdeiightTal ana durable ox
LKeVlAPI fall odors for the handkerchief
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moves '! punitw. ueclle aurt iiT-oHt.-,tlnn&. Fee
ale by ail nntt-vlitue Uniu oru or for M eta.
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Dr. Renioon's ttellable Remedy. Famoaa every
where among the ladiaa a aare. prompt ana
effects" The original woman' salvation. Price
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VITALITY fcaawa. JL MarvallouaJ aTa-
flints to Housekeepers.
It formerly required a considerable out-lay of
cash to set up housekeeping. Yes; to furnish a room
or TWO. But under our new credit system which
we have adopted, a comparatively trifling sum will en
able you to fit a house comfortably or even luxuri
ously. 17b Are Complete House-Furnisliers.
We give tnlow a partial list of our stock:
Bedroom and Parlor Suits
Mattresses, Springs and Bedding
Sideboards Chairs, Parlor and
Extension Tables Lounges
Couches Cook and Heating stoves
Carpets, Curtains, Shades and Portieres
Hall Trees, Hat and Coat Racks. .
Every requisite for the Parlor, Reception Room,
Dining Room, Library or Sleeping Apartments.
EASY PAYMENTS No extra charges.
CHAS. A. MECK,
S22 Brady 8treet, Davenport, la.
Telephone 421 :
Open till 8Jo'clock, Saturday's till 10.
Many mw styles and patterns
in tte world-renowned : : :
Laird, Schobsr & Mitchell's
LADIES' FIXE SHOES,
The fititet Mafce in the world.
Special department for Ladies.
301, 303 W. Second St., Davenport
C. F. GRAMMERST0RF,
Proprietor of the
I. X. L RESTAURANT
1810 and 1812
ATLANTIC SAMPLE K03M.
Flrst-claes s eal at all hoars ; the fiocFt Lunch counter la connection; everythln; uew
7 Family Wlae and Liquor?.
Telephone 1098. 231 Twentieth street.
New Goods just opened.
v See the new styles.
It pays to trade:
Try us for bargains.
Speciat Low Prices this wee V.
Bboe Stclr. W7 Twentieth a treat. Bock Island.
-AJLL KSTDS OF-
Cast Iron Work
done. A specialty of famishing al kin da
of Storee with Castings s 8 cents
A MACHINE SHOP
a been added where all kinds of
work will be done Brrt-claee.
NINTH ST. ANT 7th AVE.
DOWNING BROS., Propts.