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THE ARGUS, SATURDAY JANUARY 20, 1894.
Frri Innch at the Young America
Citing away shoes at Schneider'
R-ail his ad.
Silk umhrrlla. one-third off, at
A fall lino of fresh vcgvtahlcs at
W. A. Khleb's.
Crand oyster Innch at the Man
. W. Heath, of r.lack Hawk. was
in the city today.
Fresh oyster, direct from ftalli
nora.atW. -A. KblebV.
Moppe fcaa jnst reeeired another
shipment of spring wuitings.
W. A. F.hleh han a choice variety
of eating and rooking apple.
Kelson Jk NnriNtront. the tailor,
hare aome fine suiting. Call on
Mock up your print ry with rroek
ry ami tinware. Verr cheap at the
Wild tnrkrr and Me point at
the ISork Inland honn annex Sntur
Minn Jennie Kane rame down from
Chicago last evening t apend Stun,
day at home.
Nelon A X.rllrm. the Market
Mtiart tailor, will lit Jon to a line
nil ( clothes.
Iln. II. I. ration. of Chicago, wa
In Ike rily today thaking hand with
friend, and relative.
Jtow i your t'tne to ordi-ryour
nil. Ilipw the tailor hn jul re
eeived another lot. and I hey arc heau
A fine litcmry and mu!ml pro.
trram at the r ir-t l'.:iptM ehwreh
Tueadity evening. Jan. T.l. Ail mi.
Juror Maneker and familr desire
to thank their friend, ahd neighlMr
for kindne. and sympathy in their
UuMtnrd nali. white turnip.,
lettuce. nniip ttunehe. water ere..
pwrley. fine raulilhiwer, Holland
rnMiage and radihe at . A.
The fnnml of the l:ile Mr. Janie
i;riir.n wiit he h!d nt t i.VI.h-W Mon
day morning lrni M. JoephV
rhuri-h. The interment will Ik? at
The Santa M tria ;u!I t will give
their anniversary ocial Monday eve
aing. Jan. "i. at the residence of
M'n Mary Mid. ney. 2I2H. f-i-vinlh
avenue. All tluir Irieml are in
vited. A Committee r.f moulder will give
a henctit dance at Koehc' halt this
evening for Mrs. tieorge William,
who ha liren dum-rtcd V her hils-
land. and who i very " deserving.
Kveryhmly I iutitcd.
jst on-rung Shiloh command No.
2. Union Veterans' Union, met at the
Morrell rliib house and jicrfectcd it
organisation. I.icut. i'ol. K. M.
Wilcox conducted the cxereisi-A on
lchalf of the general officers, install
ing the oflleer heretofore mentioned,
etc. A committee u ap(ointed to
arrange' for permanent quarter.
Her. F. W. Mem-!!' topic nt the
First Methodist rh.ireh tomorrow
evening will le Ancient nnil Modern
Kechahite. an addres on the tem
perance pleilgc. i ln-re will le spec
ial temperance music, and the service
wilt he. interesting to red rildioner
An ootMirtunit r w ill Im given those
who leel inclined to do so, to sign
t'apt. Josetdi t'unicr'in. of the fer
ry Sfienccr, sustained a severe full at
kablk? Iiro. . varil yestenlar, ren
dering him nnconciiu at tlm time,
He wa con try imI to lit home on
Twenty-third "street. where lr. Uarth
lldlowlMi.li attendnl him. and
aevere a the accident was, they
fonnd no serious result apmrent.
and he I now recovering nicely Irom
Ileorire M. 1-rwwler ha resigned
hi position a lMMik-kenier at the
Itock Islaml Paving. Iank to accept
the place a. cashier in Mct'alw
llro'. dry good hone. anceceding
W. M. Keek, and P. lireenawatt re.
tnrn to hi former Mition at the
hank. Mr. 1 .00 ley enter upon hi
new duties Jan. 21. when Mr. Heck
leave for the eat in the interest of
the Mclntirr.Kcck liry liood etim.
trance! nmun! CollNPe..fci lrnl
tiring your friend, to the First
tlapti.t chnreh Tuesday evening Jan.
23 to the orange social.
lateretatac Di ilalan. .
An interesting decision baa been
rendered in the district court of
Scott county. It was in the damage
suit brought by U. P. Crecelius
against the Davenport & Rock Island
Street Railway company, the amount
being fixed at flO.OOO. Mr. Cre
celius, it will lie recalled, was killed
by an electric car on West Third
street last summer, and the litiga
tion resulted from the fatality. The
campnnv, through its attorneys.
Cook .Hodge, Mod a demurrer to
the -M-tillon of the plaintiff, in which
it wa contended that a husband
cannot obtain damages for the death
of hi wife. Had she survived
for a time, it was admitted
that the husband might secure dam.
age for the loss of her time and
service. As death was immediate,
it wa. insisted that the only proper
method to secure damages was
through a regular appointed admin
Istrator on In-half of her estate. And
in the present instance, an adminis
trator could net recover damages.
leciion of the supreme court were
cited showing that the administra
tor of an estate can only recover the
pecuniary loss to the same, ami that
where a wife was engaged in the
duties of the homo and earned no
wages outside of the same, there is
no pecuniary loss to the estate, and
hence no damages to recover. The
court sustained the demurrer, and
an appeal will be taken.
Martll .n lCstr
The Iturlington. Cedar Rapids &
Nortern railwar will sell excursion
tickets to New Orleans on account of
the Mardi tiras at verr low rates for
the round trip. Tickets on sale Jan
.H. to Kt'b. 4. l!'l. inclusive, good to
return until Feb. 2X. lsM. For
ticket, lime of trains and other in
formation, call on or address any
t!cr.. Tkt. and I'as. Agt.
every variety of bakery goods, but
especial! v cake. People I hi 11 k baker
cannot make nnvthing but angel1
food. We think we make cake jtijt
a palatal'le as you have at liome.
lon I gel mad iccaue we think so.
Irv iu Kkm.i. & Math.
for Nato Chrap.
The Hurler ice house and about
l.Isiti tons of giMMl ice.
I. U MlT IIKI.I..
Jan. 18 Joshu K. Gaunt to C. F.
Bahringer. lots 4, ft, 10 and 11, block
10. Wait Walker's first add., Rey
William Tomperin to Hattie M.
Cook, tract by metes and bounds
north of block 9. Coal Valley, flu.
Jan. 18.w Kstate of Robert (Jreirrr.
Final report lilcd and approved and
Guardianship of Carl Schmid.
(iiardianN report lileil and approved.
Kstate of Howard Wells. Leave
given to withdraw just and true ac
count lilcd Dec. 18 ult and tile new
account. New 111 si and true account
tiled and approved.
Kstate of Amelia F. llarwood.
The mardi gras of all spectacular
productions. "The Black Crook." is
booked for a date at Harper's the
atre Wednesday evening. It is the
same production that delighted
thousands of New Yorkers all of last
w inter at the Aeademv of Music.
The mechanical wonder, Wanff.'
will lie produced at the Burtis at
l)avcnpnrt next Wednesday evening.
'Our babv was sick and weboiiirht
one ImiUIc of Dr. KnlT Cough Svrup.
and we were well pleased with it. It
did the liabv a great deal of e-ood.
William Thompson. McKccport, Ia.
KK YOU IN XKEDT
Want m o-fk
W'siit a fiartmnr
Want a tuaUn
Wsnl to rent mo
W'snt . rervsnt pirl
Want to sell a farm
Want In srll a fenm
Wsnt lo rphiiT .ntliMr
W'mil t sell tMMrh"ll L'mxls
Warn lo mukt- any rval CHtalv Inan.
Wai t In m-ll or irailr for an-iblnc
Want t IIimI custmnrrii fur auythnu
fSB TIIBE COLUMNS.
pHS DAILY AlSOltx IKtl.lVKKCO AT YUl'R
a aenr r mutt lor lue nr arceK.
rtK KsLK A KKKSII U . API'LY TJC.
A. o. W ltHsni a. UtiUn.
Brings comfort and improvement and
tends to personal enjoyment when
rightly used. Tho many, who live bet
ter than others and enjoy life more, wuh
less expenditure, by more promptly
adapting the world's best products to
the needs of physical being, will attest
the value to health of tin? pure liquid
laxative principles embraced in the
remedy, Syrup of Figs
Its excellence is due to its presenting
In the form most acceptable and pleas
ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly
beneficial properties of a perfect lax
ative ; cffectunlly cleansing the system,
dispelling colds, headache and fevers
and permanently curing constipation.
It has given satisfaction to millions ana
met with the approval of the medical
profession, because it acts on the Kid
nevs. Liver and Rowels without weak
ening them and it U perfectly free from
every objectionable substance.
Syrup of Fip is for sale by all drn
iriKts in 50c and f I Ixittles, but it is nuui-
oiactureu iy tue vaniomia r oyrup
Co. only, whose name is printed on every
paekapc, al the iinine, Syrup of Figs,
and being well informed, you will not
accept any substitute it ottered.
T. B. KBUOT.
Foil MALK-TimtK SII.IW VA
uulrc al the till e of lluck I law!
n R next itn i("i;msiiei
Si?litri:b nreet. 4'ottvt nkiiL.
Highest cah price jnid for grease
and dead hogs at the Farrell Fvrlilis
ing and Rendering work.
C. 1- Wiriu-
Awarded Highest Honor
At the World's Fair.
MAHKtlb BY 7 tLLUKAPH.
York l laanriaL
New Yokk. Jan. 1
ilner en call easjr. uServt at I per
mit. ITtnii mercantile pi"r oH'.jl, par
rpiit. MltIiiu .xcttanio lulL was a'-tual
ba-uu-w in l.alia.r' Uiil. at Wew1 fur
tinnd ami si-tV-i "r a.xijr tiay
mted rate, "04i.3. C';muiercii bill.
Mirer rcrtidi.-ati.-a. Cte tlii no a'.rr. bar
L'nited sttM bonK 4' regular, t4: do
44 cihiuuus. 11: in a. 1X I'autric 0a u Vj,
ra York Oraln anil aal Proline.
Nl Yoiik. JaL. IS.
Wheat May. C ,7,:!!-z. i:ye-luli ami
rimiinai. Corn uiitioni No. dull and
aiir iu rympntli' wrltb whi-at: May. 444
l?u. UiiUl'i turns No 7 diili aoil (mture.
It-ss; May. M'c: trark wlnte t.tte. 3rr.-,4iic;
trk wmte wrMeru. .c'c l'ur i.x;
nrw rai'ss. tlt.Vi.ci'iKl: laiuily, SI i.2'u.l ii
tiii.-t rluar. MUh IT. VI. Lard UulU iriuae
jt'.TH steam jvi"- aikeil.
(,'blraujv Oraln anil lradac.
Cli tc.i)t. Jan 19.
Follow in; werj the notaticn on tlie
Ibairil of Trade Itslny: Wurat Jannnry,
oMtned &.o,r, ck-rd 5to4u lay. oennl
fcHrt. cloxd Ci'.ir. Ju y. Ir-r- claed
Ui.'c Cum Jatinury. orme I 344c. cltsid
iV: Mny. i'v:ml .. clusiil Wc: Julv.
rrtu-d asy, i-inil :v--C. Oat .lanuury.
oi eurd c clim-ti ai!c: May. crni.-d a.
riewd M-: July, oj'eucil f1! '. cleMil vsvts
r.irk January. o-nnl :1."a) rimmt tlUI.
Mny niword ill IV rWJ S:i.u: lj.ru
Janoary. ois-nml s;.l rl-J t. H'k
l-nstwu: lutt ?r KanTr cyamirry. SlfiSr
per Hi, laik-y U iirr. Z'.hZSs. aciiu. lin k.
Ui tkr. Ki;it r n-ift stork. Ute per diam.
real luraa. Il.tlJ. lira l oiiltry I birk-
ru-Tu.'c pr lir tui k.-ya, NMV: dmrka,
.ilk': ir e, 7.lc INitati-es llurbank
U-'V? vr Iai. II -limns aldr; ItiMe. i;'.'ic:
niixrd lAt. .Vwc. Apik-s Fair ! i-li. !,
.l.'.i.A.i per bid. vianljemin Cas Cd,
ri.m o ;.o per villi Jertey. M. j S.io.
Ilina-v WLIte clnyir. 1-iiund aecth.ni,
lir; lir-ik?u riimu, iOttl-s;. dark cinub, nuud
cuaditwa VSe: atraiiMt. L'aiilorau.
Cast lluffalo Urn Ntorlu
Kast HcrrALA Jan. 19.
Cattle-Market dull ami k tir romnein
eraiara; ptuer steady: t sl hatrbers ntrera.
rt.o,.i talr tit uud tat rows, t't!S".'
Il -rs Votk.rs. eo.xt Is rhmre. tJt-Xr.
pus te.i.A.au. mtxsl packers.
and Lsraba Market ttra.iy (ur bet, grails
drr-ri dull an I lower: swt lo cuulc native
ian.1. tli'f" Ltfnt o fair. 8.i.i.IO;
Caua 1 laulits. sl.Hluj.ikJ; cu.U to e 1 i
UTeslmp. (.:s. vatra (al tw.-a, M.
vatker. 3 ; rv .'.
thtcaao Lite Mas-k.
t iim;aio. Jan. la
Lire tlnrk. The prkx at the I'niou Mmi
varda tislay raiijjrd as (hIows: Cattle
hWetnts ftnr IBM day. .'M market
uull: b,.U dt aud cumnia aaiiMluable; bo
J steers berr: nmntuat aJiMfi com
Bon, Jik"vJ x olbffra, 14..'XaT.
II rx-IUFeipts tor the day. SJHWI; market
ai-tirr; talk uf rarly aakM stmuierr; ckned
talker easier: nurii krsry. t4.ivi.Ut pack
er and tulxel. t.3uvAtr, imtue ucaey and
tute Iters' weiflita, t4uUJu: prtOM Utfbt
fl.erp and Lambs ItecMnta for the dar.
!-. top akeep. $Vi&kJl top laaioa, tCjd
?oR SALE -A KBT OP BITcnERS TOOL I.
six. ir rvm. meat msraoi. bimm locktioi. .
apply vuird avnnnn.
IlTAXrKO MSN T. AT AH C.BNKRAL
awtn. fill carh lo carry s'ock. Call at
rnom M J dint s at t'M. IKvrnpnrt.
0T PAIlt OP NEW ;KKV Kli) OlAlVBS,
I between li?lith and Kifleeath 1ree nn
Ponrf aei ne. Fiudermeiee k-ave at thiolllce I
ana oe nswaniett.
ltTANTEn A SALESMAN, W TO SMVKKK-
V y can be mnile with our imoila in any Inral.
It; will mine it or torfelt 5HJI.1 - ar ircom-
oiiiln. a ! prefer. The remit '.a a f hw I
Mture' wurk itten miils a ae-k'a waffei', Ae-
lite-n. 'MAKOracTUULBs," P. U. tax hUW, Uo-
R. U tUIMTT J. KEl.LY. DENTIST. ESTaB-
listud Ave vests liavniuHirt. nwrOlohel
rluthl'c hnu-. W ill make-best set f teeth for
Ul.aixl will ae-iirr mr teeth to flt. At any
tt ie within two wei-ks afer oet'ine your teeth
ynu cm return rneat an i gel our nionr-y dock.
l uii ?or.e utr-'M naotl y.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A vura Crap Cream ot' 1 artar Powdci. ftec
4P tlAtt Tl SXAKOAUh
Vbmp l.nenl Maarkwaw
Battsr Watt w eaolea. ao&C!e; twawn, te
rwaiiri catckear. eranL ae tarVera. dress-
ta, IUC anna-.areiiaro. saiuc; (eec, soiuc.
rarcrr aaa nwrnn a.
anr4a t5na!S0O?vr bk
Onloat tm per ba
and aatlaia, SItWIe Oalaaa
Coal -toft. :ar: aarJ.eUn.
Weoa-Ler.1 i.an; aneee.fa ,
Enquire at I
r.ny, sail and matinee property on ecaunhalon.
loan money, collect rents, also carry a I toe of first
clssa Sra lasnranre companies, building Iota for
ale ha all thedifferent additions. Choice residence
property In all parts of the city.
mm 4, Vltchell Lynde bniltlinC groaaat
floor, la rear of Hlirhe.il Jt Lmde bank.
J- x.- Montrose, Manaeer.
Wednesday Kight, Jan. 24.
('rand and Llahoratc rroduc
The Black Crook
The same splen-iid production thai was pnaentcd
to tlioa-ands of dellffb-ed ptrnus at the
Academy of ktuoc. Krw Yorf, Im
one entire yar.
Oxtly Armor, Trapping, etc
1 hrue Grand Par laa B diet".
Ilugo and marvemns artistic .eenery.
A host of European sneeialt'.vs
A snpaih dramatic rast.
Tl.ree IlewltrMnr Premiert.
bcantlfnl and litbraaae Coryphees
The Siiierb Transformation Scene!
Sale of seats at Hirper Iloac phumac Jan.
31 iTices SI, 3, SO and Be.
lM Fur Sale I
ifeSi&W' Glove and
1 1 W(S FurStoro'
THE ONLY SKIN CL UE AM)
j i i "Zj
1 - -1.
-SJiSTTTT OO V
2 T O OV
"880. T O O V
V K 2 "
V K.B "ass-
o o VV R m 2
OO V KICK "B5S
Riverside Oak. Riverside Rangea
Riverside Cooking Stoves.
Garland Hard Coal Stoves.
The best assortment of Stove la the city.
IS and 117 Me At
it w w ooo
en ii m w N o oa
p it a a n it N a oa
PPPP II a a it N n o 8S88 '
II AAA 11 M R O
II A AKKttO OS 8
U A A at MX ooo sssa
New Scale Kimball,
Hallet & Davis.
And Emerson. '
Violins at half
il BE i as II
O - a"
una x u
to m V
60 Cloaks for $1,60, worth i 8.50
25 Cloaks for S. 75, worth 10.00
25 Jackets for 1.00, worth 3.75
Plash Coats and Jackets $5.00
and $8.00. sizes 32 to 38, for
mer price $15.00 to $20.00.
And everything else through
the department in propor
arc still fc.
"6 H"1""11 nacnuces in ordet,
quickly reduce stock, and
mng Monday, Jan. 15 a w
ter of Dry (toods w ill iH.gin e
Dress Goods Sacrificed.
Lace Curtains Sacrifice
nentue uurtains Sjcftj;!
Do von need Tallin
rf ,u t4fr
nels. Hosiery, Umlen,,
Corsets, or anything in
Goods? py to Melntire Br
and pa the liem-lit tf
1709 and 1709 Second trera,
Spot Cash Department Store.
Low Prices Rule. Stock Must Go.
Having secured the room now occupied Ly R.
Crampton & Co., and in order that my opening
stock will be in every way successful, I intend to
close out my entire line as near as possible, at prices
that are sure to make them go. Watch for dodgers
and low prices in the locals every day. We mean
business. No winter stock carried over.
Gloves, Mittens, Ladies' Underwear, Gents'
Underwear, Hosiery, etc
j 8 15 Second At.
Baths ot all kinds, including
Turkish, plain, shampoo, elec
tric, electro-thermal, etc., may
lie obtained at the Sanitarium
ltath Rooms, on the first floor of
the Harper liouse.
For Ladies From 9 a. m. to
12 m. on week days. For Gen
tlemen From 6 a. m. to 7:30 a.
ru., rfnd from 2 p. m. to 9 p. m.
on week days. On Sundays the
rooms will be open from 6 a. m.
to 11 a. m. for, Gentlemen only.
Electric wid Electro-thermal
baths may be obtained at any
time during business hours.
Gymnasium connected with bath
F. G. YOUNG, Proprietor.
1728 Second Avecat
J. M. SCFA AB,
Wholesale and retail dealer in Flour, Feed,
Grain, Hay and Straw.
Froprietor of Cyclone Roller Mills. All kinds of grinding done
to order. Agent for the GEO. TILESTON MILLING CO.'s
WORLD S BEST OF ALL FLOUR in the world. Ask for it and be
convinced. Nice Fresh Meal and Feed always on hand.
1601 and 1603 Fourth Ave.
Bortis Op:ra (to,
Wednesday, Jan. 24.
TRUSS & CO. announce
lK:i3-"Vt production of
The world famed romir opera dream of
Th Monrhine and Pplrndnr ot
81am Tlw Sweetcnnl Sea
Foam of Mehvly an J
'The Wan will, an Blr bant on Hi. Hand.."
A lYetiy (ilil. A SunMuef Night."
-Every lime Mart Have it. Thorn."
Von Moat Aak of the Man la the Moon."
Bar. ttabjr. Dance My Parting Baby."
Wnng' fan and not Ie at III Ike saaje, ha I pTen I
poaxaperb acauic sstla never attnnpted la
. And a fplendld Cnt of CO People.
Pi ice. St A3, $1, IS, 60 and ISe.
OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF
Ladies' Misses' and Children's Footwear
At less than manufacturer's cost
The men's and boys shoes will soon join our clothing stock. Having decided to reunite the
men's and boys' shoes with the clothing stock, and not having sufficient room for all, we are sell
ing out our entire stock of ladies' and misses' shoes less rhe following reductions: Some at one
fourth off, some at one-third off, some at one-half off, and some at less than one-half off.
It's a pity to sacrifice our fine stock of Ladies' Shoes, particularly when this has been one of
our most successful departments, but being unable to seenre more store room it's the only re
course. With the big reductions they are moving fast. It's a chance in a life time. Don't miss it.
Every rAIK WaJUtAHTEa hj 1
KOR-I-VOOaral the I
a or i
T. H. THOMAS. Druggist and Opti
cian. r-jes tesiea tree ot cnarge.
Shoe Store, 1804 Second avenue. Rock Island.