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THE ARGUS. FRIDAY, JANUARY 15, 1892.
Chicken and turkeys at Browner's.
VUU the bargain counter at the Bos
ton. BargMni on tie bargain counter at the
AntJrew Dona'daon. of Rural, was in
the city today.
Ojstcri and celerr. bananas and
orange at Browner's.
Wanted The people to visit the bar
gain counter at the Boston.
Hot coflee. chocolate or a good cup of
tea at Kre!l & Math's anytime.
Johrmooe. the mind reader is to ap
pear at Harper's theatre tonight.
T. II. Thomas is confined to his home
with a severe attack of neuralgia.
Prof. . iorsander. of Aucust&na
Tbeolri'ira' temieary. is q'iite sick.
Try a pair of our men's S3 and tee if
tbey are not wor'd betters. The B ?ton
We cn sve you money ia hats, going
at cot before removal, at L'ovd & Stew
Just visit tte bargain counter at the
Boston, ar.d see how cheap they sell
Now is the time to buy your under
weir a cost before removal, at Lloyd &
We v-iM sell yu the best boy's shoe for
tl r 1.!5, that was ever soli in the
c:ly . The Boston.
Lidie, we have a few choice furs left
which we can eive you great bargains
iD. Lloyd & Stewart. -
All odd lots acd odd pairs of shce3 on
tle bargain counter go at prices that will
surprise you The Boston.
Wnctd Immediately A girl for pen
era', houtewo.-k in small family; good
vaqea. Apply at 909 Nineteenth street
Tt oe boiling invitations to the cm
mtrcil men's bacqet are requested to
apply t) the members of the committees
jr prices on hits and gloves will sur
prise you. Remim'XT wc move Feb. 1.
Terjtr.in at cost until that time, at
LVji! & Siewsii'ii.
Herman W. Rss, prescription clerk
in V'.-c Kxckrltz" dru str-:, his re
sisted his p "Si-.n to accept a similar one
at lltr.oj, C ink c jU'i'y.
Li '.i:c, b' 'ir n rniLil if yoa want a
re-!. ( cf c !T-, with cream, or a dish
of j. ' ; icf (' ht) any tie:e Krell &
S'u'ii h:. ren :y f st-tve you .
.. l Y s .', nc or of Trinity.
w..l til itc ht Peer! urdiy. Dean
J-.fT r!.-. ( f tat ci'y, courlucUng the ser
vices at Trn.i'y, both nrorcins and even
'I he b'-ird of tru'tc-es of the Augus
tana UVvtrniy association had a rp.eet
icu; 'at riht Ht which it w as di tiled to
ca;i a mettins of the members to be held
Jae. C5 at Augustan college.
Ii.ita Wells, in pursuance of his civil
service ideas attended the meeting of the
rerubUcan state central committee at
t'hirsg.) yesterdAy, and whooped it up
forf-bt .l y fr all be was woitli.
0;-t a run of coIT.-fc with cream and a
slii:e of ;r:m pie or a sandwich for your
luM'tjpm. Every cupofcoTee is marte
to r rib r in a mrmeot No waiting and
you net I'uc bf-st at Kre 1 & Math's new
N 'ir - r.'i v ur friends to Ivre'.lA.-
Math' f'T a l- of oysters, cup of cof
tee. c .p of choc date, cup of tea, with a
a'-ice f cri-am pie or a crenm puff, or ft
chocolate eclaire, or a sandwich. We
i!l give you the: bett. Ile-member us.
A divorce whs granted in the circuit
tourl yesterday afternoon to Clara E.
Khe from her husband , George Eise, on
the grounds of Cescrtion. John Lan
lion was arraiyncd and pleaded not guil'y
to a cSi tl'c of buru'larv, after which court
tcij turned .
Oi'.v'-r Riot, aaed 1( 0 tears, died at
the Ilt-nry county lr.firmiry last Sunday
He was the eldest person in 11-nry coun
tv and hd until q -i:te recently ctjiyed
comparatively Seid health. His remnias
were interred at grand view cemetery
Tuc-d iy. Ue leaves a wife and daughter
both ipniaU8 of the infirmary.
An I' ('.i'lnnpolis special reports the or
ganizv.ion of the newly ekettd demo-
rniic state central committee of that
slate, wi'h tin chHnp of Tr-onon Tag
jjvi, c.i Jtity au ti'.or of Marion county.
anil one of the most praminen. citizens cf
the state as chairman. Mr. Tacearl
1rothf r-in law to E. Q. Fraz.r, of
this c.V y .
Art c'i s of incorporation were fil
ythttrday in the circuit clerk') c Gee tf
the Divis company, mention of which
was tua'ie ia Tns ARiifS some days ago
The it corporators are T. B. Davis, S.
S. I.Uvi-s W. E. Tolles ned Robrt R
Swan, and the capital stock $50 (K.O. The
Woman's Christian Temperance Union of
Moline also filed articles of incorporation.
Used in Millions cf Hosiss
FH O Fi m R t3& ! 1
the incorporators being Mary E. Metzgar,
Mamie H. 8t :phens and Mary 8. Wright.
The object of the corporation is given as
educational and reformatory work.
W. R. O deD, advance agent for the
Vendetta" company, is at the Harper.
His company appears at Davenport to
night, and iu view of the fact that we are
to have it at Harper's theatre rest
Wednesday i.ight, he meuld like to have
as many co over as can so that tbey can
see that his i.ttractin is all be represents
it to be.
Gus Tegel r was made the recipient of
a handsome jild-headi-d cane as a token
of regard fr m his personal friends at
Miss Oberd offer's boarding house this
n on in view of bis approaching depart
u-e for New York City, his f jture home
Paul Kersci made the presentation
speech, and Mr. Tegelcr made reply,
speaking his appreciation of the splendid
gift and the -pint accompanying it
Major Mackenzie has received orders to
temporari'y pssume charge of s flairs at
Quincy whe-e Major Ruff-ier has been
stationed, wn le be proceed to Buffalo
N. Y.. to nlitva Major Am s Sticsnev.
Msjor Rufla r states that the report that
Msjor Stickrey will tike his (Ruffocr's)
place at Onii cy, w erroneous, as he goes
to Cincinnat. t take the place made v.v
cant by Col. Merrill's death on December
THROUGH TliE ICE.
I Heavily Loaded Hasoi Break
ThiODCht ielre ar the Iowa
arrow F.cape Th Ios I'olli-
ian oa Hi ind Ivfrjof.
The treachery of the frczin river be
tween this ci y and Davenport after the
many days ai d nights of frigid weather
was fully d'monsirat. d this morning
when a team and waon belonging to the
United Glass company of this city broke
through a she rt distance from the Daven
port shore. The team was in charge of
G ,-orge Sing email, who apprehended
langcr andrefusnd to drive over the thin
Ilo i.Oi." tae liKi siue, WLereupon J. 1 .
perry, bookkeeper for the cornp ny,
who was accotnpan i :g him.tcrk the line-
an.l attcmpteil to drive across, S'.nglemsn
teuing down from the lnail jist
as the ice cricked, and t'-am, !oa !
and all went tiown. The loaa
glass' disippeared beneath the ire.
I. lie ihc bo f es were thrown in a bunch.
anil S perry f( ucd up to the waist ia
water and teld fast by the frantically
"truiigling horses. But for the prompt
action of Sice. '.eman, tperry would proo
ahly have lost bis life. The horses were
xricated as 'oon as possible and brought
back to the city, both considerably cut
about tlie legs, and one, an old stager,
which the crmpany has owned for sev
eral years, nay die. The loss will te
$150 on glass, and the t-leds wiil praOably
be recovered. Heretofore the dangerous
places bve b ;en on the Illinois side dur
ing the sea6cn cf the ice bridge, but the
tbif i ner of the channel has changed it to
tr,c o'Lcr side- where the swiftest current
now a i Curs to be.
This aftern on Mr. Mitchell stated that
an t ff )rt wotj d 1)2 made in ths morning
to recover the glass. 7 ) hoX."R in all.
ACdnOT OX SECOND AVESLK
A ciillis'.on between a heavy wajon
drawn by two he rses and a one hrir.'e de-
lvcry wagon belonging to Conr-id
Schneidir, tic grower, recurred on Sec
ond avenue, i ear E'ghteentb street, shurt-
lv before C o'clock last evening. The
heavy wagon was coming down and the
delivery waton goir.g up the latter
properlv kcef itg on the right side of the
s roet. There were quite a number of
v hides passing at the time, and both
rigs were bus ling along at a good ra'e
of speed, h D almost at the intersection
of Eighutu 'a street they came together
withacrasb, Mr. Schneider's horse being
knocked down by the pole of the wagon
s'r.king him. The horse was immediate
Iy helped to it3 feet, and found to be
blcid ng prof asely from an ugly hole just
above the chest, It was immediately
tnken to Frici & Kau'r livery barn, and
Ktven all the care possible, but it will in
ail probability not recover. Tue name cf
Hie other tiriter cou'd not be lea ned, as
he immediut'jlv drove off down street
niibout even stopping to s.c if anyone-
Caa Yoa tat
Heartily, with relish, and without distress
fietward? if cot, we recommend to you
Hood's Sarsa mrilla, w hich creates a good
sppetiie and so invigorates the stomach
and bowels U.at the food is properly
digested and all its nutriment assimdated
Hood's Pil s are pnredy vecctable, per
fee'ly harmb'SS, efTectiv, but do not
rauf-e pain or gripe. Be sure to get
"Standing advertisements in a paper
command rornd'-nee. Hamuli.
40 Years the Standard
The Postponed Dance of the Rod
Brilliant AfTiir ml Aiinoiy Hall Lat
i;vrni re h- Attenilnl
The post p ned daace It the Rodman
R'fles. which occurred at Armory ball
last evening, was largely attended a
number from outside the city being pres
ent. The Sixth Reaiment trophy waB on
exhibition, and was mit by fee ladies as
well as the gentlemen with exclamations
of delight. It is indeed a thing of
beauty, and should be a j iy forever.
Bleuer's orchestra furntsuei delightful
muic for the occasion, and the evening
was pleasantly spent by a'l.J
The following is a list of luo;e t-resent:
W" T e.hau on Ai!-rZe;-Wiiliam
tc 'art KSllma:n
Thinus Haire Kti!li h Si hwm
I. ; Eddy
Ka N.-.r.-n... I:
15 ie eiri--iiw 'i
.1-1 ". liTi.-iili.r
Anri.i i .'ir-on
ptiU v in-on
Alii iililliTWo Mi
A?.r:a 'i.-.'i t!7
i !,- n e 0- a'i
I- liZ4 JoC(-4
Ka e Kel y
V a:uio Sci.i.'i ;er
A irt Hi-n) nuav
Sophia Peters Jn
J lo a Ki vr,nM
Mi l ie ho-jiifli-II
At cr Matmab
E v C.Kk
K wiipi G'-ppe?
'na-ies K inl!
Jo. ph Sfof hie
Ho ert Hltuer
Will 8 lon
Jo: n n l)H1d'on
Alfre'l He rv
n-1- Hi'iii. nwav
F V ft ,,1
Char'c- lis t
lit- man Kc:nitn
h irVf chiif'id' r
T'--j Ts 'or
.K.cn -i x. i. ry
f!a'lC Mo. k
John Ka 'man
J T M:ho up
.?hn o ni y'.
F 11 Anibonv
8 K ritut
.li hr. B a s ! 1
.!' "ph -ciT':r
'lr.r f mold
M.i vin IU ar -! y
H'-rmin I) :i-'-n-
T;i nnt" urjioyte
Fra: k W Thomson
In vit htiors are out fnr the first greni;
matqueraile biii ef ti.e J. liy Hejm jkei
of B a k Hawk council lS.Permaner
Haj nicker-of Arr( rica, h.eh ocr'.rje
Arn.i rr had F.iiiay t-v.-cirg, Jo. 2
It is a strict! y invitation tfTiir nel stiic-
tnasq icrade rules wiil . enf- reid.
1 he l-ap ;ear r -r y to t egiveu b
M:--'S Vel; ; -tt t Ca iy ' M 'line t.:i.-lgi
torn s to be one of thi events cf h
s-,s' n n the tri citv sot-ial ci.c'es.
l'ir d Woman Holi'vr t if a Si.ni
of lloary t.y O iO jf Her Own
Mrs. B. Hirt, c 'lured, rosiding or
Eit-venth a7enue, was srracefully -'i;uHei
ia'to the amount of j7.S0 by one r f Lei
own kind y. steniay morning. Afol.,r.'(?
stranger a peered at Mrs. ll-.rt's door ai
the time stated and represented hinse't
to be from Sacramento, Cal., and on his
way to Chicago, as he saiJ, with so:ie
stock. A psrt of his mission, however.
was to find Mrs. Hart, to nLornarxh
relative of hers, now deceased, had left
some money, and wni!e sapping a few
hours in the city yesterday he happened
to hear that s'.ie resided here. Mrs. H, rt
was. of cour-c, oyeij-iyed to bear ol her
(rood fort u ue, ar.d bide the stranger h
hearty welcorrx the result being t'.at he
assisted the Hrl tou'eho'd about noon
time in di. poing of a lnrte ftiuount of
frugal provender. "Mr. Williams," a
the stranL'tr called hl.nsj'f. thim r.ro-
due d a paner purporting to te from o: e
F. H. Evans," .r ihate j'iriire. The
letter state ! thut "Judge Evans" bad in
his pose-ion all the papers necessary f.-.r
Mrs. Hart 'o c ime into tbe po-ts
sion rt tti:s fortune. hut
tuat first U would he neces-ary for her
to pay the bearer $7.SJ C03 3, an i furtfter
in-trueiing her to cll at hii nf3.:e t itl:3U
o'chck this morning to sL-n the other
papers and re ceiv tbe money. To bi
sure that everything was a'l rijrht lire.
Hart sent for Madison Wright, also nI
ored, who wis supposed to know a;l
ab:ut such things Madison nrrived und
after io..k:ng ever the let'cr pas-vd upot.
it as ail riotit. and the 5 7 bit was p ;i.J
over 1 1 "Mr. 'Williams" aad he ilcpirted
Mrs. Ilwt and her solicitor, Mr Wrurht,
maile their appearance ia the county
court this morning showing the ietti r iron,
"Jii'lge E'an-." but. no one about
tbe building had ever he- rd of the j untie
or th j case, ard then for the fir-t time
their fai'h in "Mr. Williams" wassh iken
It all seemed to dawn on M idison atonre
and he realized for th-. first tiraeh'iw
ridiculous the story cf r ringing stock
from Sacramento was and how a future
could he turned over for $ 7 80 costs.
Tha police were put on Mr. William'
tracks, bvft he has taken most of them
Why is CuOeb Couiri Cure ca'led the
one minute remedy? The following
irom Hurry .buiou. vice-president of
Sttte Insurance c inapmy, Di-s Moines,
explains bis first experience: His wife
recently became so bourse from a severe
cold she could not siieiK above a whis
per. One dose of the Cubeb Cough
Cure . afforded great relief, and a few
doses removed the hoarseness entirely .
He also guys bis cuildren have never been
so free from coughs an 1 colds as they
have been since he keeps Cueb Cougn
Cure iu he housa. Hartz & Bibnsen.
Hot Springs Skin Soap not only pre
vents all skin disorders, but is excellent
for the toilet and nursery.
The Minister's Boy and His Dog.
Willie was asleep and Dan was lonely.
Willie is tbe minister's son. Dan is his
dog. It was Sunday morning, and every
one was at church but these two friends.
It was warm and sunny, and tbey could
hear the preachinir, for their house was
next door to the church.
"Dan," said Willie, "it is better hera
than in the church, for you can hear every
In some way while Willie was listening
he fell asleep. D;n kisM him on the nose,
but when Willie went to slwp he went to
sleep to stay, and did not mind trifles. So
Dad sat down with the funniest look of
care on his wise black face and with one
ear ready for outside noises.
Now the minister had for his subject
"Daniel." Tnis was the name he always
gave Dan when he was teaching him to ait
up and l-tj and nthr tricks. Wbilethe
dogsnt thinking, the name "Daniel" fell
on his ready ear. D in at once ran into the
church throtich the vestry door. Hestood
on his hind legs, with his fore paws close
beside the minister, who did not .see him,
but the congregation did. When the min
ister shouted Daniel'' epain the sharp
bark said "Ve, sir," as plainly as Dan
The mini:-it-rs!arted hark, looked nround
and saw the funny pirttirv. Then he won
dered what he should do text, but just
then thro'ii,-h the vestry came Willie. His
face was rosy from sleep and lie looked a
little frighN-ned. He walked straight to
ward his father an 1 took Dan in his arms
"Piea.-e 'sense Dan. papa. 1 went asleep
and he rnnned away.,:
Then he walked out with Dan looking
back on the smiling congregation. The
preacher ended his sermon on Daniel as
best he could, but then he made a resolve
if he ever preached again on the prophet
Daniel he would tie up that dog. Our Lit
A Just Question.
"Chappy Van Demise gave me a piect
if his mind today."
"When is his funeral?" Truth.
THE NEW Y fiAR IS IBB
No n reivu the departure
of decrepit old '91. He served
his dav or rather tbe 365 of
them and his successor will
be his superior. The old i?
arose, the new is here. You
car- nothing about the many
thir.rxs we ha3 in stock last sum
mer; but now! -that's ditlernf.
Ait ai d ye tx c iti't help but
be int-rested. We h.ive deter
mine! to close oui an oar 0Vrer.
oats, and hae cut the prices
de-p into the cost. Boys' aiid
children's $', $-1 ai;d 5 coats
all so at $ '. 29. Boys' and chil
lie; ?8 f 0. 7 and S coat? ?4 33
Men's overcoats in proportion.
T h j American,
172S Second A ve.
N. B. We are still selling
gle ves at half pi ice.
Annual Clearance Sale,
lif tw. en now and the first of
the xf-r w- hhall follow our an
nua' custom of c!o?irfT un our
-took .is c ose a? possible be
fore the first f Janmiy. Any
une tti nii cf pnicliasing a
-inn- n crni vrV c rtain!'
ave niotipj' im do w-ll by ca1'
ii'g m IK lloy Jrtowlby, 1726
eci nd avmne, Rock Island.
Vt nrir:uit e pri' ea anr3. t-rrr s
to sim those who wi-h to buy
for hoi day pr-sents. We sti 1
hard'e ihe old reliib Hallet
& Iavis and Em-rson pianos,
which our house has handled
continuously for 30 years th t
ah ue wid r-commeiid and our
New cale Kimhall piano is the
wonder of the musical ape.
Call and get prices; no trouble
to ebow goods. We have ou
hand a f-w good upright pianos
which have been rented or used
for concerts. We positively
guarantee to make 'prices on
second hand instruments that
will sell them to anyone who
warts a piano; we don't pro
pose to carry over the first of
o nuary anytn-cg 6econa-rana.
Will sell on easy paymen's;
call ear'y and g"t yt.ur choice
13. Roy Bowlby.
c ! NTIRE
"The inventory days have come,
the saddest of the ypar."
"We are getting ready to take
invsarry. fai-. means tedious
hard work. The more we have
the harder it is.
To move goods out quickly and
induce you to anticipate your
wants -we inaugurate this week a
$1 and over we
1 0 Per Cent.
This account applies to all de
partments ezcept Black Dress
Goods and Domestics.
THE LARGEST STOCK OF
IN THE THREE CITIES,
1525 and 1527
124, 120 and 128
-OCKKT KNIVES and SCISSORS took the highest preminm
for quality. If yon want a good knife try one.
One need not be toid what a nice present an eleg ant Carvir.;
Set like those I have to show will be. Also thos
Gold Medal Carpet Sweepers.
Every woman that keeps house wants ore. 'Viori-lit Iron
finish Fire Sets and Irons.
Acorn Stoves and Ranges
are the leaders made in Illinois for our soft coal and very o:ie
g;iarant-ed. 'lhese are all good thinrrs to buy :ir Chri-tm i- or
any othei time. Come in an 1 see how much I hav- to slioyou
that is ustfal and novel ia housekeeping ge od-.
JOHN T. NOFT3KER,
Cor. Third Ave. and Twentieth Streer, Rock l-Ian.l.
J. B. ZIMMER.
Will sell for the next 30 days all his ovf re
per cent less than the rezntor ric.-s.
Stak Block, Oppoeitk Hahpes I1oi:-:.
You can eave money by trading at the Old IV
5 AND IO CENT STOKB
Crockery, Cutlery, Tinware, Classwarn. and W1-..I-1;-
MES. C. MITSCIT3. 1314 llurd Are.
City Steam Bakery,
226 Seventeenth Street.
AhvayvS on Hand:
Bread n t Cakes
Kinds, ' Pies-
Lrare yonr orders altb ni for Wedding
wen or Cblcsgo.
10 Per Cent
deducted from blank??,
linens, flannels, color? a
goods, black and colored
corsets, gloves, hosiery
wear, table spread,
spreads; in fact from
thing in the house v.-;'
exceptions. A grand
tunity for you
continued this week,
and Party Cak(9. We '
MUNROE, DeRUE & ANDERSON.