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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, OCTOBER 8. 1894.
read C r to get results. This is but one y (,t tiio common stove troubles that liave lecn overcome in Jewel stoves and Ranges. Tbey throw out i a'.l the licat generated. They make 1 rx i:Iicr dirt or trouble and burn little" As for looks they are the . l i:: Joincst stoves made. Sold by ;1 dealers. Look for Trade Mark. - - Where the w emmney. You have t j anve tue stove all the time in r. Sustain Home Industry On Tap everywhere. Only Union labor employed. The Rock Island Brewing Company, success ors to George Wagner's Atlantic Brewery, I. Fiber's City Brewery and Raible & Stengel's Rock Island Brewery, as well as Julius Junge's Bottling Works, has one of the most complete brewing establishments including Bottling de partment in the country. The product is the very best. Beer is bottled at the brewery and delivered to any part of the tri-cities, and may !-e ordered direct from the head offices on v0 ;;ne avenue by Telephone. Call for Rock Island Brewing Co. Beer. . Fall Opening Ot Mackintosh and Rubber Clothing. ''r nrv now showing a Large Stock of Ladies atnl double Texture Mackintoshes in vrVfil. Medium and the Finer Grades. V-- M.-imllrbers's English Mackintoshes, u ;rr the tinct made, and are selling them i I.' ::'( prices. " :iNr hare a !pecial line of Misses' School ' :i.t-:i:. that are Waterproof and Serviceable. 'i ami H'.rs' Mackintosh and Rubber Coats. A armies and prices. Rubber Store, Teleone WILSO A IIAIGI1T & CO., 207 Brady Street, Davenport. WHEN IN NEED Of Carriages, Harness, Laprobes, Whips, etc. Ucmember that you can always find the latest styles -id largest assortment in the tri-cities at t Mason's Carriage Works Davenport, Iowa. Gil AS. DANItlilCHEF, Praprletoror of tbc Brady ulnar AH k'ortt of Oat lowers constantly on nana. 1 ihi.. t.l"ck from CentrmI Park. Urgent la Iowa. vinwur Alow SOI Brady ttraet, Dftvanport, la -ELY'S CREAM HALIW-CWniwa tfc. N fmrnmrnw . All.v. lain uid 1 flunmUl.n, II f he Mores. Kfwtorr-. Taste and temll. mmm 1 "f uiiU I '- K-li-rut ouce for ('4ll in J mm ft u Uuieklm Abmrbrd. 50c. ix-ugKUU or by laaii. aXi" UUOi U W'um bt.. f. I im'o tli AWnVs. - fci i.w aitvnrory. win arte, yea opt" a ...... j r.RAB i I B trora wronr. Debility, l..rf 1SB1 Power jr'j 1 InrolnnUrr Frnn.ni from any et. If ogleeti. h It"" " con.ODif'.ion or inMriiy.ii.nipn ki ny mail, as.", "' r"" , Jrf.S ernvt we itn a writtea rti.'.ntr. to cuia M reluaa las aeaJ. bjr T. II. Thomas, Druggist, solo agent, Bock Island, HI. THE THEATRE. Tvmj rturell ! Garry On . Attractkm. Tony Farrell presented his patri otic Irish drama, Garry Owen," at narper s ineatre batnrday evening. Mr. Farrell is a clever Irish comedian and a fine singer, and his aongs were all new and entertaining. His sup port, nowever, was poor, except as to W. B. Cahill, whose portrayal of low villainy was a fine piece of act ing. The scenery was fine and real istic, especially so as to the church scene. Coaatnf AttrmrtloM. Manager Montrose's list of future attractions at the theatre during the month is appended: 11 "Old fqni't Htukiu." J3 "Cleau Sweep." If "r oc ln-poor." 17 Walker Wl Utoide "Hamlet." IS Sun T. Jack. 8.1 'Jane." 25 -"Sumnior Bllusrd.' 7 "lnlt Kentucky." 81 Calhonn Optra company. Notice. We, the undersiened merchants of Hock island, agree to punch from onr tickets in Perfect Purchasing uooks, me amount 01 eacn cash pur chase at our stores, and when i ticket is f ullv cancelled, will issue to ine bolder an order which presented at ine omce oi ine Merchants' Tre mium Supply company Mclntyre- ucck utj ijooas uo s. store (second noor) will entitle the holder to anv premium they may select: Books lennysons poems. White House Cook book. City of Palaces (World's tair views), National atlas, Webster's dictionary. Home Beyond or Views of Heaven, Dore's Gallery of Bible illustrations, Stoddard's Glimpses of ine worm, i.oiuen Treasury, Con qnering the Wilderness or Pioneer I-ife, Shakespeare.Pilerims' Progress. Imperial Highway, Shams or Uncle nen a f.xpenence with Hvpocrites. Our Great Benefactors, Bibles and many other books heretofore sold by subscription at high prices. Pict ures I'astcis, engravings combina tion artos etchings and oil paint ings, easels, mirrors, book racks. oak tables, plush stands, wall pock ets, bamboo, music racks, bread cases, spice cabinets, foot rests, solid comiort chairs, ironing boards and clothesracks. Silverware Knives, forks, pickle holders, fruit dishes. syrup cups, sugar dishes, cream pitchers, spooncholders, carvers, etc Our object in giving away these premiums is this: We want to in crease our business; we want vour trade, and will not only give you the Dest goods at the lowest living prices, but will, in addition to this, rive vou these beautiful and useful premiums free, which are equal to nearly 10 per cent discount. Thev will make handsome Christmas presents. We would be pleased to have you call at me aDove onice and see the articles Yours for business. Mctntryr Peck Dry Gcw. Co.. G ( Huek.uedt, Ueonte Schneider, But.chrr Brim , J W 8teart. J Rammer & Son, Wlilt.m Emig, Ilnrdr A Co., 3 W Quintan, Boton Shoe Store, : W Honon, Thnroa Smalt, P J Wasrner, A rila.tz W A EMeb, 11 Srhrorder, oel er Bm., Spencer Br a., L C Moh. Angnot K "lawn, Ofaarlea Oiwl , 'har)e. J Long, Krrll & Math. Alb. rt p Ol. ft, Llnyd A Stewart, O D l.ai-rdry, JaMn. Ltraer, Kneth A Mil er. Ansclo'a Trrdlct. Once a painter notorious for plagia risms executed a historical picture in which every figure of importance was copied from some other artist, so that very little remained to himself. It was shown to Michael Angelo by a friend, who begged his opiniou of it. "Excel lently done," said Angelo, "only, at the day of judgment, when all bodies will resnmo their own limbs again, I do not know what will become of that historic al painting, for there will be nothing left of it" San Francisco Argonaut. The (rrlein of ItynpeiMla. Doctor It's merely a case of dyspep sia, ma'am. Wife And what does that come from? . Doctor It comes from the Greek, ma'am. Wife Ah, I thought he'd been get ting at something. He was all right as long as he stuck to beer. Wilkesbarre Newsdealer. ODDITIES OF SCOTCHMEN. Delictual raemUarittaa NriilM yaa EmeMeat AwlfcaaHj. Some delightful oddities of Sootcb character are given in Wilmot Harri son's new book, says The Scottish American. Professor Adam Ferguson, the author ot "Roman History," at whose house Burns and Scott met for the first and only time, eschewed wine and animal food, "but huge masses of milk and vegetables disappeared before him. In addition, his temperature was regulat ed by Fahrenheit, and often, when sit ting quite comfortably, he would start up and pnt his wife and daughters in commotion because bis eye had fallen on the instrument and he was a degree too hot or too cold. " Yet at the age of 72 he started for Italy with but a single companion to prepare lor a new edition ho Prettleat ilrl In Tows has been using Parks' Tea and she says: "My complexion is very much improved. That muddy look is all gone. I take a cup of Parks' Tea three nights a week and I feel just elegant." Sold by Hartz & Ulle meycr. "You Can Smoke' is not large, but an elegant 5 cent cigar. Administrator's Sale of Real E.tate, STATS OF ILLINOIS, I RocKlsLAHSCOl'HTT. I In the ennnty eonrt of aaid county, of the Oc'.o her term. A. D., ISM. Peter Sni lemmer, administrator with the will an nexed of the entitle of J .me. Hardin, recpaeed, peiioiouer. re. Mary Aaa Hillier, Jane Schlem mcr, Harriot Gr.flin, Henry Hardin. Jotn Samncl Hardin, Albuit Taber. Robert Fan-on. Frank 1 I nomas. 1 harlea GutzweiUer and Blanche al aad Grave, defend -at', fe ttion by raid ad-nlninlraior to sell real tate of raid decea.ed to par debte of aaid estate .Notlre t. hereby t Ten that by virtue, and in pn-auanee of anorder rnd decree cf .aid coort mde and ent r.d io ead cause on the etjcb'b IK) . day of lido' r, A 1., 1MH. at the aaid t.-rm of aaid lour- I will sell at pnbllc vendne lo the highest I ultler for c 'b in hnd at the a rth d m o( the court bonac in the city of Hock Inland, in the .aid county, at th hoar of 9 o'clock p. m. on the tenth (lo)diy of November, A. 1) . IBM, the fololric dearrised preaiiaea, lowtt: Lot eight m. in block lliirfy-four (3t), in the Chicaso or Lower addition to the city of Rurk Island, in the rnnuty f Kork lWnd aud state of Illinois Paled this ewhta (8) day of October. A. D 1WH. tPETER 8CHLEMMEK, Aiiiulni-tratnr. wi'h the will annexed, of toe es tate of James Haidin. deceased. W. U. bavr. eolicitor for Petitioner. Fair Wi aula's Latest Wkka, The tiny kid pouch with a metal clasp which mademoiselle guards so carefully in her shopping expeditions is not valuable in her estimation for the dimes and dollars it contains, but be cause of the beauty aids so snugly tucked away in its discreet little toilet pocket There is a small, ivory handled pad, filled with her favorite powder or a bit of a puff which unscrews, showing its powdery contents, a morsel of a mirror and just the daintiest little silver or tor toise shell bang comK The purse itself is too small to even hint of the existence of these articles, but they are there all the same and add not a little to their owner's comfort by remedying a shiny nose, wind blown tresses and the lika Cause f or ITatse. The following notice was given last Sunday from a suburban rulnit: "The of his "Roman History," nor did he die pastor will preach his last sermon this till he had attained the age of 92. evening prior to his vacation, and the Another "character" is Dr. Alexan- choir have arranged a special praise der Adam, rector of the high school and 1 service for the occasion. "New York author of a work on Roman antiquities , Observer. and a man of extraordinary industry. When at college, he lived on oatmeal and small beans, with an occasional penny loaf, in a lodging which cost him fonrpenoe a week. In later life he de voted himself absolutely to the work of teaching. In addition to his classes in the high school ho appears to have had for his private pupils some of the most eminent Scotchmen of his day. Key. Sir Henry Wellwood Moncreiff, a member of a Scottish family distin guished during several generations in connection both with church and state, appears to have given wonderful Sun day suppers. "This most admirable and somewhat old fashioned gentleman was one of those who always dined between sermons, probably without touching wine. He then walked bark from his small house in the east end of Queen street to his church, with his bands, his little cocked hat, his tall cane and his cardinal air; preached, if it was his turn, a sensible, practical sermon, walked home in the same style, took tea about 5, spent some hours in his study, at 9 had family prayers, at which he was delighted to see the friends of his sous after which the whole party sat down to roasted hares, goblets of wine and his powerful talk. " Coal Market. Hard coal, all sixes, per ton . . Discount for cash, per ton . . . Can nel coal per ton Indiana block er ton Kentucky lump per ton Cartage added cn less than ton or ders. K. G. Fsazkk. Dlaeolatlos) ana CsvPartaership Xotlea. Notice Is hereby eitren that the Irm of Ronen fleld A KUttery has dis-olvert, and the noder- .tened nave succeeded to the baMneas or aaid firm. All parti, a owing aaid 1 at will pay tack indented IK, to t e ondereipned. Rock Island, III., Oct. 4, ISM. Jom J. SL.Trr.KT, EowaHD A. Laav . For Over Hfty Years Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has been used for children teething. It soothes the child, softens the ' gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic, and the best remedy for diarra.-a Twenty-five cents a bottle. NOT A TRUE MURPHY. He Bad the Xante aad the Fbyalqne, bat Lacked the Bros; tie. A Boston scion of the great Celtic family of Mnrphy, while traveling in Ireland recently, came across a little village where the man who did not bear his patronymic was regarded as a curl osity. While wandering about this in teresting hamlet he chanced to come upon a little tavern, and being athirst entered the taproom for beer. Be it here known that the traveler was oonsidera' bly above the average in stature, and this was noticed by two old habitues sitting by the fire. One of these pres ently remarked to his companion. "Mike, that gintloman is taller than Jerry Murphy, Oi think." "Ah, now," replied the other through the 2 inch stem of a T. D., "he's not" with a rising reflection on the cud of the sen tence. "Tis, he is," retorted the first, with conviction. "Can't Oi see Jerry's mark there on the dure? Tho traveler's attention was then called to a doorpost whereon was mark ed the stature of fonr men, all over 6 feet 4 inches in height. The tallest was Jerry Murphy, aud his mark was 6 feet 5a inches. Accepting this challenge, the traveler stepped np to the doorpost and had his height marked, and, lot it was a full half inch above that of Jerry. When he had written his name over his mark, for he noticed that the others were so designated, and that they were all Murphys, some one present called out, "He's a Murphy too!" But one of the old fellows by the fire would not have it so and replied: "Indade he's not Ho hasn't got the brogue!" Bos ton Transcript Enameling; Cast Iron. It is noted as a somewhat singular fact that there are not more than two processes for enameling cast iron, not withstanding the amount of ingenious effort put forth in this direction. One of these is tho hot process, in which the iron, heated to a vivid red, is powdered with a flux powder, borosilicate of lead distributed with a sieve, then heated. and when the flux fuses it is powdered afresh with glass more soluble, forming the glaze of the enamel, but this opera tion is attended with danger and is not adapted to large articles or for decora tion. The second process, which meets the objections named, consists in dress ing or coating the article first with mag. netic oxide, then dipping it in borosili cates of load, colored by metallic oxides. to which is added a little pipe clay, in order to give rather more body. The article thus covered cold, by dipping or with brushes, is put into the furnace. the enamel adhering and vitrifying at the usual furnace temperature used by enamelers, and by putting a coating of colored enamel with a brush on a first coat simply plain it is possible to make any decorations desired, which may be burnt in at one operation for outdoor vases, etc. Jew York Sun. Meat Water. Every good cook is careful to dispose at once of the water in which meat has been washed. Only a very few hours are necessary to change it into a foul smelling liquid if the temptTatnre is suitable. This change is due to a little plant called Bacterium termo. A drop oi this putrid material under the micro scope reveals many thousands of them, acting under a peculiar vibratile motion. What we truly and earnestly aspire to be that in some sense we are. The mere aspiration, by changing the frame of the mind far the moment, realises it- sell. Jttrs. Jameson. The manuscripts of Fenelon show no Changes. It is said there are not 10 suit in a hundred pages. 1 xwvi Jinn I iM-3 i zs laU 996o7S PURE DONT ACCEPT IMITATIONS. The Lloline Wagon Co. Molutk, Ills. 17 50 i ii BWZ Tr 425 If MmmiX -t - Uinnl&cturers oi F ARIL SPRING AND FREIGHT WAG058 A roll aad exaplete Use or Platform and miter Sinn srare, eetecian easptee l in. eeteraireAs.otaperlor workttarj-MvaedCtilaS fnrm List free ea w iira tion. Sea the MClLillA WAJON before OEX&asifi(. T. F. BURKE, President. AS et wtdk aCarrJk and efoat srrras, The linen collar Marti the morn; Full oft at noontime it it tern All wilted, wrinkled and forlorn. That's what yon must expert of such a collar ; it's the linen of it. The stand-up collars won't stand up, and the turn-down collars will wilt down. The easy, cheap, and Celluloid " Collars and I Cl'FFS. These goods arc made by covering linen collars or cans on both sides with "Cellcloid," thus making them strong and durable, and waterproof, not affec ted by heat or moisture. There are no other waterproof goods made this way, consequently none that can wear so well. When soiled simply wipe them off with a wet cloth. Every piece of the genuine is stamped like this : Reck Island Heating Luiujin Mark. Insist anon eoods so marked if you expect full satisfaction, and if your dealer does not keep them. send direct to us enclosing amount and we will mail sample. State size, and whether a stand-up or t timed -down collar is wanted. Collars 35c each. Cuffs 50c pair. The CELLULOID COMPANY 427-29 Eeoedway, New York. 1 Bead Ml ial Notice For the next couple of weeks we are going to offer some Big Bargains And Organs in Pianos Anybody intending to buy a piano either now or in the near future will do well by calling and getting our low prices and terms, and will save money by purchasirg now. Woody at t'S Music Store 1717 Second Ave. Bock Island. 406 Fifteenth Street, Moline. see mx& as 1:1 YCUTU J rrrr Wffs'A - - r" ------- JPMl ft " !& s t-.j3T. .Tiers? - J; THESE wanDEFDLLsasca Am til VAtttltt rA WW, Af utlntlfln awvwmi. lincnting, and are now placed, owing to weir superiority, preeminently above a very suiiiej uirobuiore prouucea la wis line. Uheyaro acknowledged by experts to be the finest and most penectlr constructed Lenses KWMSL and are pacuUarly adapted to oorrectlnar the varlons vlnual jm perfec tions. Atrialofthej MHaM villToaviaae in"y ere fcrerj Pair War For sale by T. H. THOMAS, Drug gist ana optician. ViGOil of ra Easily, Quickly, ftrnttMatly Retterea. resdtsaeaa. Werreaasaeea, DeMIIlt, and all tbe train or evtis irom cany errors or later excesses, the resnltsof overwork, afckuera, worry. etc t ull strength. devel opment and tone given to norm ana Doruon tbe body, r-imple, nat- in oral metuods. ate Improvement 'aUnra imDoaeibte. X.OM references. fViok. TTr-"""" and proofs mailed sealed) free. EEIE CEOICU C3., Buffalo, M.T. JOHN JOF.RS. Vice President. FJ1XEST WAGNER, Sec and Tree Plumbers, Steam and Gas Fitters. zii PlcSlag Co. ' Hot Water Heating Beer Pumps 119-121 E. 17th SU Rock Island, 111. Tel. No. 128S oole A rent, for the Fannan. WILLIAM EMIG The Fashionable Merchant Tailor Has the most replete line of new patterns in imported and domestic suitings in the city. 1707 SECOID AVEIUE. JOBH M. PARItMJJt. Hint A. PARI DOS PARXDOIJ (2 SOU Painters and Decorators FATZS SAITOZBS, CLS9imiS&S etc. SHOP, il9 SmBtMith St, ZOZZ XSLAITS. 1XL. JOHN KONOSKY, Carpenter and Builder, OFFICE, NO: 2821 SIXTH AVENUE, Shop on Vine Street VQCK ISLAND. J. SPILGER, Contractor and Builder. Shop, Holly Hose Home. Residence. 410 St Tenth etreet. . T, Buessriau. Toa Boaasyista. BOSENFIELD BROS. PRACTICAL Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitter?. Hons Beatintt and Sanitary riainbinjr. Basement Rock Island Nat. Bank City IBus and Express Line. . For Baa or Express Line telephone 1141, and you will receive prompt attention. j TTMRKHUUrjS FPKHCBB. Props. MOVED. We arc now at 1610 Second Avenue. KOHN & ADLER Wholesale Liquors. H0I1 BXKB Floral Bazar, Cut Flowers and Plants ' Fine hoaie-maJe Bread aod Cakes ... Geo. T. Crowderj 319 20th BiF. EvaHS. I street.