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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, JANUARY 22, 1894.
Frail Woltmann Is ia Chicago.
Atteid the Colombia clearing sale.
KactlM, 7, 1ft and 2S ccota at the
Everybody should attend tba Co-
O. L. Braner, o( Taylor Ridge, wat
la the eily today.
Linen collars 7 cent tkis weak
at Ike Colambia.
Gentlemen's mittens from 9 cents
Mrs. Mary Blarnonrn ts confined
to aer horns by illncr.
The "Black Crook" at Harper's
Mclntlre Bros', user! lire sale of
dress goods is a roooey-ater.
Mclntlre Bros, offrr dre goods
ovsltles at &0 cents on the 1.
Mclatire Bros, nacrifio tale of
dress good is worthy of attention.
Dr. K M. Sain went to Chicago
last ettalng on professional tuinc.
Tks report that LonUa lVIcnrth
is to become a ann is denied by her
The stag of the water at the Rock
Island bridge at noon ws 3:10; the
temperature H. j
All ladie sitpprrs and Oxford at
half price motl small sizes and
aarrow widths tf. K.
The "Mark Crook" Wednesday
Bight, with new scenery, cotntne
and other elaborte effect.
EerIatiagty at St! The dress
good department is McCabc'e Bros,
hobby.' The special sale contin
ues this week.
To reduce strx-k the Boston will
continue the cost shoe sale one week
longer. It yon m ! I yonr chance,
be la time now. The Boston.
Dr. and Mrs. W. A. Paul arrived
ia the city fatnrday evening from
J5tw York, and are the gnets of
Mrs. A. L. Morris on Second avenue.
Those children's carriages with
those ball liearing wheels have ar
rived. Trice will be astonishingly
low at II. I. Conies. Nt-ond
The Boston hnsdecMcd to continue
the Cost shoe sale for another wci-k
ia ladies shoes and 10 er cent oil
oa men's. I.n't miss this lat chance.
Take notire: The Boston has de
cided to continue its cost shoe sale
of ladies' and children's slies for an
other week and 1" her cent off on
men's shoes. The Boston.
Capt. A. J. Whitney, w ho f.r many
years rtudded here, but for the past
few months with his family has lived
in Dubuque, is in the -itytMlay. lie
will go to St. Louis this evening.
The continuation of the great
dress goods bargains at Mcl'abc
Bros, for another week, will bo good
news for those who were not ablu to
mrke their purchases last week.
Low prices continue to prevail on
everything In the store ImmK. sta
tionary, wail paper, mouldings
pocketbooks. bank books and fancy
goods, at the removal sale of It.
II. Lorenzo, collector for th Mo
line Plow company for several
months, has disappeared, and his ac
counts are shy with the com
pany, while be owes divers other
acronnts abont town.
Mrs. Rstber A. Fraxirr, residing
at W7 Twentieth street, diej last
evening at 9 oVI k-1. aged ) years.
Notice of the funeral will In 'given
later. The relatives rrfjiict that no
flowers be sent l; the hoiio.
For the next twenty days 11. C'rrimn
ton 4k Co. will sell w'a'.l paper at from
one third to one-half prevent price.
Hanging ran lm done in the same
period at one third less that Usual
price where amount to be done will
The etrrle of king.s Daughters will
meet at the residence of Mrs. James
Buford, oa Wednesday afternoon at
S O'clock. I'.verv mrraVr of the cir
cle Is urged to be present, as business
of Importance is loin brought liefore
Bishop Perry, of Iowa, is 62 years
old today. This evening he with his
wife and niece. Miss Biehardson. and
Bishop Walker, of North Dakota, wiil
leave Daven port for New York, from
which place they will sail for n tor
sign Visit of several months.
A splendid opportunity is now of
fered to made selections at extremely
low prices of either etchings, engra
vings reproduction of ira.-ie or wat
er colors, photographs, artotvtws.
etc., with or without frames, at the
great removal sale of K. Crampton
The decided knock down on the
price of those newest tight waists.
wide skirt coats for two days Mon
day and Tuesday at McCabe Bros.,
has caused quite a sensation. The
$23.00. the 22. the (20. the 19. the
(17.&9. the $15 ones, all new. all
latest, go at $10 for these two days,
and ao longer. Harry up!
rostofflce Inspector Gould, of Chi
cago, spent Sundar with friends at
Sears. Mr. t'ould is one of the
keenest and threwdest detectives in
the postal service, and when he once
gets on the trail of a criminal he gen
erally lands his man. The Avoirs
is pleased to note that Mr. Gould has
been recom missioned for the year
The South Rock Island road com
missioners held another meeting this
moroiag to consider the question of
cutting Twelfth street through be
vond the cemetery to the Tower road.
Mayor MeiHII being present by invi
tation. The impression is that con
demnation.proceedings will be entered
nprn forthwith looking to the much
Km ma Webster, a girl employed at
the Kock Island house, took a swal
low from a bottle of Hake White, a
compound of which one of the in
gredients is white load, and which is
used for the complexion, br mistake
Saturday night, thinking it was med
icine she bad letn taking. An
emetic was nuicklv applied, which
produced the desired results, and
the girl soon recovered.
If anyone tells vott that M. & K.
are not going out of ladies footwear.
brand bim as an unscrupulous falsi
fier. M. & K. never deceive the pub
lic ther are going to discontinue
ladies shoes, and to more emphat
ically advertise their ladies must-iro
me. tner will place on sal tomorrow
heir entire stock of slippers and On
us at hair price V"c quality 4!c;
!W quality 75c: quality ft. the
sale of footwear to continue until
every pair has boon sold, when the
gents shoes w ill be reunited with the
nasi In Itnat.
The funeral of the late Mrs. James
Jriflin occurred from St. Joseph's
church at 10 o'clock this mornintr.
large line of carriages following
tne remains to Calvarv. where thev
were interred. Tlio pallbearers were:
Daniel Maronev. John Kane. Jerrv
'unningbam. James Maronev. John
DIIv and JohnT. Shields.
The funeral of little Louis Mauckcr.
son of Mr. and Mrs. James Maucker,
was held from St. Joseph's church at
9 o'clock Saturdav morning.
Sorrow has entered the home of
Capt. and Mrs. John Streckfus in the
loss vestcrdav of their l.vdav-old
daughter Tracy, death being caused
iv inliammation of the stomach
The funeral occurs at 10 o'clock to
morrow niornin? from the home. 7
Awarded Highest Honors
At the World's Fair.
L7 C J JCUD
HOST PERFECT MADE
A bhm Crape Cram ot Tartar Powder. ttt
tMAawaonk,Ahjmor any ctbersdultennt
9 YUM TUk STAMDAftU
Ma Montgomery, Mvrtle McLnnc
and Alice Ardcll were arretted this
morning, and lined $15. and
rcsjicctively, for disorderly conduct.
Aiucri Miniey ami l laus unnge.
wo young boys ranging from 15 to
7 years of age, -were arrested Satur.
lay afternoon by Officer Ktsel, while
tealing Itrass from the Kock Island
as company houses. They had a
liearing Saturday evening, and were
bound over in fcVO bonds each. This
morning both lovs came into the
county court, and pleaded guilty to
Jarcenv, and were lined f 10 and costs
each, and given some sound advice
y Judge Adams. Both bovs have
hitherto Ixtrna excellent reputations,
and quite a numlier of influential
men. of Moline, interfered in their
C'ednr Bapids, Iowa. I suffered
with dyspepsia and disordered liver
and would frequently throw up bile.
I procure. i a intttie oi Simmons L.iver
legulator. and alter using half of it
was completely cured. One of my
lady customers told me the other day
that Simons Liver lieulalor com-
dctelv cured her of sick-headache
Ma.itl Una. Hairs.
The Burlington. Cedar Rapids &
Norte rn railway will sell excursion
tickets to New Orleans on account of
the Mardi Gras at very low rates for
the round trip. Tickets on sale Jan.
29 to Feb. 4. 1!M. inclusive, good to
return until Feb. 1'H. IH34. For
tickets, time of trains and other in
formation, call on or address any
cut. J. Moktox,
Gen. Tkt. and Pass. Agt.
Amathmr Wise im PI a.
- Recently a young eon of Charles De
vine, who resides on a farm 2 '5 miles
southwest of the Tillage of Oregon,
Dane county. Wis., found a brilliant
little stcno in a pebbly clay bank and
carried it hame cs a curiosity. The
fethcr tnVmittd it to William H.
llobl.s. professor of mineralogy and
metallnrjry in the University of Wis
consin, aud ho said that it was a pira
ino diamond. It -measures three-eighths
of an inch in diameter, weighs four
en rata, and is a rhombic dodecahedron,
with its 12 faces slightly rounded, one
of the signs of a good stone. It was ia
the glacial drift and came of course
from the north, where geologists bare
long insisted conditions eit favorable
to diamond discoveries. This specimcc
is of good color and is worth perhaps
This find recalls the big diamond
found at Waukesha in 1894, which sold
for f 1.000, nud nl.oot which exteusive
litigntion ocenrred. Both finds are in
the same drift. The Oregon diamond
bed is among the Suar river pearl fish
eries cf southern Dane county. Mil
T Ho tTer All Tfeersw
An auctioneer in a New England city
recently sold a horse at auction for &0
rents. The horse wns so bony that the
auctioneer said, by way of explanation,
that "they (the Ismcs) were exhibited
intentionally, for tlie purpose of show
ing that none had been extracted."
It is strictly an American remedy;
home-made and without foreign fla
vor, we refer to Salvation Oil. The
greatest cure on earth for pain.
Wsut a oink
Wsnl pan iter
v Wsnt a lusllnn
Wsnt to rent mnsis
Wsnl servant p'rt
Want to soil a fnrm
Want to srl! a hnni
Want to rxrhanre anttitnr
Waiit ie pel! tiousi'btMd gnoils
W snt to a hltmny n-alntaTr Inans
Want to se ll T trade for arytiilnc
It act t fl.nd eus'omrrs for anything
I SS TUE? OJLl'XlNS.
ptl DAILY AKOrs l)KI.IVKKKi ATVOCB
FORSAl.F.-A KRKSU Caw.
I. M l.anui n. miUn.
AP?I.V T.I C.
F'OR SAI.K TUIE SHOW .'AF.. EV
quirc- at thu Ul c tf Uork l-Uni flow con-
E It HKXT-ihii FCioinsn
I Et'ifa'renin street.
I, OHM ON
Convenient, inquire at
FOB SALE -A SET OK BfTfUKUS TOrI..
alo fw rrni. mat m'rkef, good lot:o&.
A(.p!j ill's TUird avenue.
ANTED I.AtY T IK WRITING Pi!t
" meat tierftn home, J2f a weea easily
rnatir. ini 11
Dlgbr. M.u:h Bi nil. lud.
rjTf A VTKD M AX OU WOVAN WITU $75 TO
r-iio iri-iipiK to en?ac- Into a vprv proGia'
rlc na-tres,. Kxtfr nc not tfce-Mr. Ilird
line- etit no (pure. Call on U. W. Nowlin, IMS
i a miDT.
T. B. KCI9T.
lowest rates, fiuickest time, and
choice of routes via the C. U. I. & P.
railway. (Lock Islantl rouU-) to Flor-
lila, t. uii lorn ia. iexasor Mexico
greatest variety of winter tours ever
offered. For -full particulars annlv
to F. II. Plummer. ticket agent. Buck
Island depot, or address.
L. M. Allen,
Ccncral Agent, Davenport, I a.
Tba Weather Hi May Expect.
vVAaliisuToa. Jan. St TUa lolowinr ara
tba wvaytbar Indications fur twxntv-fonr hoars
f nan S p. an. yetimiiy For India oa. lowrr
Jlk himn ami lllllnoia Fair weather, vxa-pt
-uaiUy liartit lo-al auowa at knrer lake ata
Ii4ns: nortnsra-terly winds and acoidwava.
I'ur I'pt Alailileaa IcJ aimweia, f.dlowed
by elearinn wrwtbnr: arnt-rslly (air dorinit to.
day. wtUi a roid wave; nirtiiwcaterly Wtads.
Wanniil and Iowa Fair weather; nurUt,
si .J wlatdai ooidrL with a cold wava.
Hrjr, -e'l and mnr.sre pniey oa erantsls-Vin,
loan money, so ht rents, also carry a lis of first
eiIIr In ant nee companies, halldlnif lota for
sale la al! tbed.BVfvtit aalditkma. Cfifaiot: reaUUcee
pmpertr la all parrs of the city.
tnomS, Mitchell a Lynda balMlec (nnad
or, ' rear of Mitchell a Lynda bank.
JAJ. Glove and
I H Mfcf1 Fnr Store,
' J, Ruck Island. 1
Pwe Sato Cheap.
The Parker ice house and about
1.UU0 tons of good Ice.
P. I. Mitchell.
Highest cash price paid for grease
and dead hogs at the Farrell FertUix
iftjj and Ucndvrlng works.
C. . Wivux.
SEE JlGAHl AS III YO'JTQ
TIESC aTOaDERFVL LEMSEB
Are the result of rears of seienUfle exper-
Imentinff, and are now placed, owlna; to
their superiority, preemlnontly atoveevor
thine hnrotofore produond in this lino.
'ih-T are aekuowlediretl by experts to bs
the flne-t and most purtoctly construirted
Looses KaWNL and are pecnliarlr auapUxi
toeorraetinaT the yartousyisnal lamerfeo-
lions. K trial lf "J?1f?'"ryji -on YUaoS
twr rw rvwassi svawe au
For sale by T. II. TUOSfAS, Drug-
j;iv ait't upiiciuu,
t Eyes tested free ul charge.
Brines comfort and improvement and
lends to personal enjoyment whea
rightly used. The many, who live bet
ter than others and enjoy life more, wiih
less expenditure, by more promptly
adapting the world's best products to,
the needs of physical bring, will attest
the value to health of the pure liquid
laxative principles embraced ia the
remedy, Svrup of Figs
It 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 ; effectually cleansing the system,
dialling colds, headaches and fevers
ana permanently curing constipation.
It nas given satistaction to minions ana
-i i f .1 i: i
ewei wimi me approval vi ini: utninai
nrofession. because it acts on the Kid-
ners. L,irer and Bowels without weak
ening them and it is perfectly free from
every objecti.wablc substance.
tyrnp of if ijrs is lor sale oy an drug
gists in 60c and $1 bottles, but it :s man-
aiacmrea ny uie vjamomia r ig cyrup
Co. only, whose name is printed on every
Tttckoce. alo the name, Syrup of Fiss,
and being well informed, you wiil not
accept any substitute it o'.ierca.
J. E. Montrose. Haaager.
WednesrJay Night, Jan. 24.
Grand and Elaborate Produc
The Black Crook
The same splendid production that was pn seated
to tkoaand of dcllfrhted patrons at the
Acvlt my of Mtiic, Sew Yori, !or
enc cm re y ar.
Coy Armor. Trappings etc
J brec Grand Par t-iao 8 illets.
Bnge and marvelnns art i tic scenery.
A host oT European epeclalRes
A snperh dramatic ract.
Three Besitchlns Premierf.
60 beantlfal and lithiotne Corypbces
The Superb Transformation Scene!
Sale of seat at nirper Mon pharmacy Jan
SL Pr!c( $1, 7j. !0 and 25c.
urtis Opera House,
DA VEX FORT.
Wednniday, Jan. 24.
D. W. TRUSS & CO. announce an
lSUS-'9t production of
. . wyvG . .
The world famed comic opera dream of
llie Hunrh'ne and Splendor of
S ani!"' The Swcrtenrd Sea
Foara of Kelony aui
"The Van ith an Kit i bant on Bis Hands.
"A Prrt y GirL A Summer Night.
Every liose Mart flute its Thorn.'
Yob Kust Ark of the Van la the Voon."
Baby, Baby, Danes lly Earlinc Baby."
Wang's fan and music at 111 the same, bat (riven
upon. superb scenic scale never attempted ia
prey loas prodacticnr t
And a Splendid Cist of 60 Pa'ple.
Piics SI 30, fl, T5, 50 and 25s.
W ? oo V r.nW I W"P
Riverside Oaks, Riverside Ranges
Riverside Cooking Stoves.
Garland Hard Coal Stoves.
The best assortment of Stoves la the city.
lOIS aa iei7 MeeM Ay.
it a ana w nm
P PII AA H ST NO 08
r PUAANKKO OS
PPPP II A A N ! ! O O
r 11 A AKNNO OS
r U A A 21 AS uuu
New Scale Kimball,
Hallet & Davis.
Instraments sold on easy
time payments. Violins
and accordeons at half
i815 Second At.
T1KKII BATH nDOIiS
Baths of all kinds, including
Turkish, plain, shampoo, elec
tric, electro-thermal, etc., may
be obtained at the Sanitarium
llath Rooms, on tho first floor of
the Harper House.
For Ladies From 9 a. ru. to
12 m. on week days. For Gen
tlemen From 6 a.'ni. to 7:30 a.
m., and from 2 p. m. to 9 p. m.
on week davs. On Sundays the
rooms will "be open from 6 a. m.
to 11 a. m. for Gentlemen only.
Electric and Electro-thermal
baths may be obtained at any
time during business hours.
Gymnasium connected with bath
ft 5"", ,
am at t v fi
m S S no
K S 5 HO
S S H K
Grand Satin and Grosgrain
No. 7 ,.
..4 cents a yard
..6 cents a yard
..8 cents a yard
..9 cents a yard
.12 cents a yard
The great Dress Goods and Silk sale is still 0n
All novelty Dress Goods 50c on the dollar; some
beauties left. Cloaks at your own price. Linens
Towels, and Whits Goods. Lace Curtains Sacrificed.
Chenille Curtains Sacrificed.
1709 and 1709 Second aveine.
Spot Cash Department Store.
Low Prices Rule. Stock Must Go.
Having secured the room now occupied by 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.
F.G. YOUNG, Proprietor.
1728 Second Avenue.
J.' M. SOHAAB,
Wholesale and retail dealer in Flour, Feed,
Grain, Hay and Straw.
Proprietor 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.
LADIES MUST GO.
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 chanc-e in a life time. Don't miss it.
Shoe Store, 1804 Second avenue. Rock Island.