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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 19. 1894.
(i i,a fuel vott hnrn Vrwir efnt?. t,....'.. ' J .v. olun.UVu:su I Y draw right ; doesn't throw oct tha heat ; wastes the fuel. It's one cf those stoves made to sell tn hum. When iiu. - -- - .. actual service; one that will give win save your la vpnr gGfST STOVb 9 JHI M THE WORLD?! ..-...MMimtMMMiiHitiuwiliHUtmmMimm rayi GRAND FUR SALE -AT Bennett's At 15 pfr cent discount on ail FUR GOODS be 'innin Nov. 11, and continuing for one week. !;.! Second Av. r i See our Fall And Winter Suits. Our purpose in who buys clothing that is all mankind here about know that our suitings are in, and the finest ever displayed in the city. You are respectfully invited to call and see the latest in patterns and styles. Call and leave your order. J. B. ZIMMER, Star Block, opposite Harper house. Gentlemen's Mackintoshes - With Extra Long Storm Proof Cape Oi'iitlenicn Mackintosh Box Coats. Lailie' Mackintoshes with plain capes. tallies' Mackintoshes with silk lined Ladies'1 Mackintoshes with triple I.ailies- double-texture Mackintoshes with plain capes. tallies' double-texture Mackintoshes with triple silk-lined capes. Misses' and Hoys' Mackintoshes. Men's and Boys' Rubber Clothing of all kiniU. Headquarters for Rubber Goods. Rubber Store, o"6 WILSON HAJGHT & CO. 207 Itrudy street, Davenport. WILLIAM EMIG The Fashionable Merchant Tailor Has the most replete line of new patterns in imported and domestic suitings in the city. 1707 SEC0I9 AVIKUL Jons m. rAniuoK. PARlDOXff & SON Painters and Decorators FAPZ2 SAITQSSS, CALCOHZHSBS. tc. SSOF. 419 ST9-tenth St., BOCK ISLACT. ILL. City 'Bub and Express Line ior Una or Express Line telephone 1141, and yon will receive prompt attention. TI2XB22LAKB ft 8PEHCEB. Prop 8. Aarr V I - taugc lur you the benefit of your fuel end save money, it will nm ,.,7; ' :f - . t j "u iv in- vestigate Jewel Stoves and Ranges. The original Detroit stoves, made In the largest stove P!ant in the world. Have stocd even' test for Act- r ., Uok for the Trade Mark. 1 mwtmnmiBimimmmamiiiniimitmiiwimuiimiiaiaiJ UNA advertising is to let everybody BEMtT A.. PARIDOlf h w 5V -5 I A DECIDED DROP. Tnnpmtan Deeltaaa 87 Desrrees The Coldest Klcht or the gtHM. The weather clerk promised a de cidedly wanner atmosphere yester day. We had it op to 2 o'clock in the afternoon, when the elements changed their entire mode of pro cedure, and tempered by an under current from the polar resrions. en- ierea upon a declining scale. We felt the difference in temperature . m ..... : ' irom me nrsi, ana as the shades of night came on it grew more percept ible. During the evening it was ap parent inai we were right in the belt of a cold wave, and before morning we knew it, the mercurv at sunrise ndicatinsr that it had been pushed down to 7 above zero, a fall of 37 de grees in 16 hours, and the lowest point at which it had registered this season. Not Much Chance Tontrfit. The signal service predicts a con tinuation or the cold weather throughout the day, although it will be no colder tonight than it was last night, with probable rising temper ature tomorrow. COUNTY BUILDING. Trusters. 16 Barth & Babcock to Mary A. Schill, lot 14, block 4. Barth & Bab. cock's add., Rock Island, $2,100. Charles A. Washburn, lot 7, block 4, Jacob Stewart's add., South Mo- line, 91. E. H. Gnyer to George E. Bailey, lot 22. First add. to Edgewood Park, Kock Island, f 300. Probate. 16 Estate of Henrv Omslaer. Proof of death. Petition bv Henrv Omslaer for the appointment of Sam uel saoonni as administrator. 17 Conservatorship of Samuel W. Marph. Conservator's report filed ana approvea. Law Kates to the Utouth. On November 20th, December 4th and 18th, the B., C. R. & N. Ry. will sell excursion tickets to points in the soutn ami west at extremely low rates. Tickets will be sold to the following territory: All points ia wKiauoiua, iexaa ana Indian Terrt tory. To points in southwestern Missouri and eastern Kansas, includ ing St. Joseph, Atchison, Leaven worth and Kansas City. Tickets are good 20 days from date and stop over will ue allowed. For further particulars call on sta tion agents or address J. MORTON, G. T. & P. A. Cedar Rapids, Ia. The Czar's Funeral Today. St. Petersburg. Nov. id. Fniinwino the custom that has prevaih-d over since the timo of the death of the Peter the Great imoerial hi-raltls ltnrmliul r I. out tho city and announced that the funeral nf Cznr A InTiinilu. . u.a.u tunc place today In tho Cathedral of St. Pctor nnu r-t. i'auu immense crowds wore waiting up to the hour for the funeral to gain admission to the cathedral to view the czar's body for tho last time. Tbo number that has viewed tho casket has been immense probably up in the hun dred thousands. Afraid of Pneumonia. Mrs. Catherine Black, of Le Roy, N. Y., took a severe cold. The phy sician feared pneumonia. She took one bottle of Parks' Cough Syrup and says: "It acted like magic. Stopped my cough and I am perfectly well now. 1 recommend it to everyone for throat and Jung trouble, as I be lieve it saved my life." Sold by Hartz & Ullemever. Ives W ins the Hilllard Match. New York. Nov. 19. Ives wins the billiard tournament. The totals for the six nipchts' play stands Ives, 8,600; Sciiaefer, 8.074. The score In Saturday night's play stood Ives, BOO; Schaefer, K.'5; averages Ives, ); Sehaefor, 68 1-8; highest runs Ives, 331; Schoefrr, 35; erand averages Ives, 4H 20-37; Shaefer. 11 20 a7. The Fly la Amber. Is one of (he European mareomt trajr be sera piece of amber, in which is deeply emteddt d a perfect ftr. Sow. neither the amber nor the By are cnrroestics, but the curiosity conoistn to how the fly got into the amber. An equally wonder ful carlo!! j may occasionally be seen in country irr.g stores, in the shape of huge draetic cathar tic piils, pat up in cheap wood or piwtcboard boxes. The cnrioelty with these "jokers.'- con sists in knowing who asks for them, when It 1? generally known that Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pel- et , jncar-coiiMd, and pnt up in class bottles, always fre-h and reliable, bnt little larzcr than mustard ecet. are an effioient cathartic, regn ate the liver, and cure uk headache, constipation and dyspepsia. The Argus delivered every even ing at your door at 10c a week. At Floats IVORY 50 BEST f OR SHIRTS. the raocrm a oumi co, earn. ' SOMETHING IN HIS NECK. tt Was Two Inches of ftteel From a CtJw ealar Saw, and He Didn't Know It. On Morday, Aug. C7 last, one of the Inserted tooth edger saws tt the D. R. Wingate Lumber company's mill got into a bad way, and during the early morning of that day cart several of the half circle springs that bold the teeth in. The men about tho edper were on the watch and kept to one sidu. Wil liam Litchfield, head edgcr at that ma chine, had just walked up, and while talking of the ngly behavior of that particular saw was knocked down by a lick on bis throat just nnder the angle of the right jawbone, beneath his ear. Tho gash was net more than half an inch in circumference. The wound bled freely for a few minutes, but by tbo timo he walked 400 yards to the ding store it had ceased to bleed. The cut was a smooth one, and as there was not the least sign of the presence of any for eign fvubstar.ee- beneath tho skin the pa tioiit was dismissed with a simplo lo tion with which to bathe the wound occasionally. A few days ago a lump appeared on tho ekin two inches below tho point first injured, and tho attending phrsi cian lanced it. This seemed to relieve him, but lat Saturday lie began to re alize that thero was a hard substance just under the skin immediately over his windpipe, and today he came to Drs. Hcdra and Hewson and told them there was something in bis neck. They made an incision and found a piece of metal, but being uncertain as to its shape they stopped to ask the patient to describe it Litchfield told the doctors he could not give them an accurate description, but to just step the bleeding a minute. and he would go to the mill and get ono for thorn. This was done, and he marched off to the milk nearly a quar ter of a mile, and returned in 20 min utcs with a half circle of steel half an inch wido and two inches from point to point, three-sixteenths of an inch in thickness and weighing fully an ounce. The doctors began feeling for the lost spring and finally mapped it out, cut in and brought forth a duplicate to the piece that Litchfield held in his hand. As soon as tho operation was per formed and the incision dressea the pa tient went home and got his dinner, but ho was in town this afternoon, looking better and more cheerful than he hud at any time since the piece of stocl forced its way into his nock, Orange (Tex. ) Cor. Galveston Nows. Mfrll Spoken, Brother. The Sterling Standard spoke with full knowledge and -understanding when it gave utterance to these words: Don't ask an editor to suppress in item of news. Some other paper will get it, anyway. The next week something will happen to your neigh bor, and if be asks to have it sup pressed, you will be the lirst to jump on the editor for not daring to "say his soul was his own." Take your medicine when the item happens to fall your way, for really you have no more claim on the paper than your neighbor. Every day the editor is called upon for roasts and toasts and several other kinds of cookery for the benefit of this or that one, and yet those who request this would no more think of writing what they ask the editor to write and assume the responsibility for it than they would attempt to fly. If the editor would comply with all requests on him, the first thing he would need would be a suit of armor stronger and more im penetrable than made by Carnegie for TJ. S. warships. Evanreltstlc Services. The evangelistic meetings that have been in progress at the United Presbyterian church the past week will be continued this week. Rev. J. A. Cosby, of Aurora, will preach this evening at 7:8'J. All are cordially invited to come and hear this able and eloquent preacher. The meet ings yesterday were full of interest and power. Evangelist Bell ad dressed a meeting for workingmen at 2:30 p. m. There were a good num ber of workingmen present, and lis tened attentively to a presentation of truth as it centers in the Working man of Nazareth. The regular ser vices of the day were largely at tended, the house in the evening being crowded, and was full of in terest and power. Twenty-eight conversions have taken place, and yesterday morning 13 of these were received into membership in the church. The sermon that followed, on the theme, "fcir, I Would See Jesus,", was most eloquent, graphic and touching. A ChUd Knjors the pleasant flavor, gentle action and soothing effects of Syrup of Figs, when in need of a laxative, and if the father or mother be costive or bil ious, the most gratifying results fol low its use; so that it is the best family remedy known, and every family should "havo a bottle on hand. Coal Market! Hard coal, all sizes, per ton .... $7 SO Discount for cash, per ton 25 Can nel coal per ton 6 00 Indiana block per ton 4 00 Kentucky lump per ton 4 25 Cartage added cn less than ton or ders. E. G Fbaxkk. il'luter Veers to Florida, Texas, California or the Pacific northwest via the "Rock Isl and Route," quickest time, lowest rates and best train service. Apply at any C, R. I. & P. cailway ticket office for full information. Rudy's Pile Suppository is guaran teed to enre piles and constipation or money refunded. Fiftv fn t.s nr box. Send stamp for circular and free sample to Martin Rndy, Lancas ter.Pa. For sale bv T. n Hnnu and Harts Bahnsen, druggists, 1 1. T-l t Til r, A Great Battle I continually going .on the .human system. The demon of impure blood strives to gain victory over the con stitution, to ruin health, to drag vic tims to the grave. Hod's Sarsapa rilla is the weapon with which to defend one's self, drive the desperate enemy from the field, and restore bodily health for many years. Hood's pills cure nausea, sickness. indigestion and biliousness. 25 cents. For Oyer r Ifty 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 is the best remedy for diarro-a Twenty-five cents a bottle. Did yon ever see one of the famous wateipioof Interlined Collars or Cuffs ? It's very easy to tell, for they are all marked this way They are the only Interlined Collars and Cuffs, and are made of linen, cov ered with waterproof "Celluloid. They'll stand right by you day in and day out .and they arc ail marked this way jojElwlqiq Tu mark. The first cost is the only cost, for they keep clean a long time, and when soiled you can clean them in a minute by simply wiping off with a wet cloth. that is the kind marked this way These collars and cuffs will outlast six linen ones. The wearer escapes laundry trials and laundry bills no chafed neck and no wilting down if you get a collar marked tins way Ask your dealer first, and take noth ing that has not above trade mark, if you desire perfect satisfaction. All others arc imitations absolutely. If yon can't find collars or cuffs marked this way, we will send you a sample postpaid on receipt of price Collars, 25 cts. each. Cuffs 50 cts. pair. Give your size and say whether stand up or turned-down collar is wanted. THE CELLULOID COMPANY, 42?--.9 Braaaway, NEW YORK. HARDWARE IF YOU WISH ANY THING IX THIS LIKE CALL AROUND. We have also Rubber Hose, And 9 complex line of ruixcu house and door paints, white lead, lin seed oil, etc FRANK ELL 1610 Third avenne. PARKER'S Laundry, Wash. EwrtMag Trim a Fin 5Ek Easikorchisf to a CirrasTeat Lice Csrtaisf a Fucdalty No. 1724 Third Ave. A. 34. F-iKKER Telephone No. 1214. Rinaud's Cleopstra Invisible, Tar tim-1 Coojlsxia Fsv&sx nuuic. - ll In n,rt Knfl. fill thell like tint, and leiVKt the ,k n a eh r ami fair as an infant1. Tbt on j comiieto IK wrter marie that has am nH-dicmalrirn It pnMtivvly rura itni l-. bit ck hnilt, red- . i... and .il -w ri For salt in tuck Island ''Jl tf4vC Cor. .b st. 'lh si. Every box sold on wa-raut of absolnte puntj. oamiii- pacaage iree. READ nn j n n win WHAT ITU ITU CO It will Clean Silks and Woolen Goods. KiDDons, curtains and Carpets. It has no equal for Cleaning House, Killing Moths and Removing Grease Spots. Tn lee. It. Urn Hooey tsl titer. POSI SAXst KVBttYWHKWB. PRICE 15 GENTS A CAKE OR TWO CAKES rUK Z Cfc-NTS. AdOres. Haxo H, Des Moines, Iowa. ft 'mm '! eV(ski , 'saastteltem- " will M.iasiM he antia.ini jw.aMs.Tiaeasiiasi SB I Oar Seaarte) fill I M Sustain Home Industry On Tap everywhere. Only Union labor employed. The Rock Island Brewing Company, success ors to George Wagner's Atlantic Brewery. I. Huber'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 be ordered direct from the head offices on Mo line avenue by Telephone. ICOKIOkTFD t7a-IKB THX STATE LAW Rock Island Savings Bank, Eock I-slakd, III. Opanaaflr fmaj S a. ss. to t a. sa, and Paiardar erenlaf froa t t eVtes. FITS par oent Interest paid on Deports. Monejr loaned on Personal eol lateral or Real Ertata sscurltj;. t. L. MITCH ET.l.. rrsa. T C. OKKKKAITK, Vtre Tret. f t arrrOKO. nxcrrnas; t. L. slttrtien. r. C Decknmijv. JobjiCrafack. pr-f MHraeU. B. T. BlB. L. tnaeu. B. W Bnrst. J. M. Bnford, Jr4n VoT Jaccaoa Bras, euiioitors. Beesa bnslBea. Jly aaa orcarpf ttt. eucrUieast comet of MttckeO at LetiAsB new saUdlac J. M. SOHAAB, Groceries. t. F. Roraaniu 1 ROSEXFIHLD BROS. PKACTICAL Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitters. Honse Ueaticg and Sanitary rininbinf . Basement Bock Island Nat. Bank rfopcietoiot AH kreds Ovls'lo'iraa Central rark, larrect la Iowa, J. SPILGER, Contractor Shop and Residence 1 .ye'wr f 'rKAI I C to far. fc. . mr-im aN.nn.iio oc ii thALtttMHMl U - mt jVato.am. si mi ...n. For sale by T. H. Thomas. Druggist, sole agent, Bock Island. EL JOin BOUrZC. Proprietor. . ooraat at Siaatt ThachcicestWine. Liquors Call for Rock Island Brewing Co. Beer LATEST NOVELTIES IH HE HEW FALL E003 OAST IB SSKkt AT E. F. DORN, The New Merchant Tailor. 1822 SKCOXD AVE Harper HroM Block Cyclone Roller Mills and Jobber in Flour and Feed. f csi of tbc Brady nreat of Cat F!es)rr eoBMaetlT OS bead. 'Va,! enr. i SU1 BraSj street, Daeaepott. Ia and No. 811 Third avenue. HC8TOR3 LOST VIG03 il' fcrsns tnnh a e4 nsa STStrm mnttxo.lt j. I.-WKN,'I I mmr a. ammwa. .hi . .11, r.l.. J I ..fiifli-a.Mfi IT . I -r. 1 1 . - j. ai .ivarr k r o.l. k- wli-ll nk e av a).(w.,.,.,C, Rroaa. Oiv I Beer snd Clean tlwaya cn zt4 UWk 181SUU, 1U.