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THE ARGUS. MONDAY. JANUAllYi 18, 1892
Mclatire Bros', discount Rale.
For a home see Keidy Bros', adv.
City council meeting this evening.
D i you want a home? Yes? Well gee
Wao will I insure with? Why Reidy
Brog' . of course.
Wanted A. second cook at the Rock
Mclntire Bros', continue their discount
eale this week. Save money.
R. C. Turker. of Madison, Wis., is in
the city calling on old friends.
John Schultz, of Chattanooga, Tenn ,
is in the city on a visit to friends here.
W. J. Silterman, of Syracuse, X. Y.,
is in Rock Inland visiting with friends.
Eight great "jobs in Canton flannels
this wetk nt McCabc Bros'. Best values
usually t;o first.
MUs Hnt'.ie Ji.-kson left tLis morning
for B nton on a visit to Mrs. II. C. Whit'
ridge who resides there.
Ad iiti.i;6 to the $2 50 cloak and iacket
table at McCnbe Bros', and all marked
down to f 2 for this week.
Miss M'.ucie Kohweder, of Winona,
Mien , arrived Saturday evening on a
vieit u her cousin, Mrs. C. F. Gaetier.
Miss Ar.nie Fryioser, who has been
the guest of Mis Grace Anplemire, has
returned to Kick Inland. IiotkforJ Star.
A lol of hip BCirn, cose fitting black
cheviot UJies' jn-kets. Were 10 close
them out tb: week at ?6.9J at McCibe
The reserve seat si.Ie for the Ariel
Thomas ror.cert opens at the Harper
h':i r j.harmary tomorrow morcins; at
"W. II. Smith and wife, formerly of
Davenport, hul now located at Ciioton,
are vi-inn at the residence of A. K.
A'ters on Tenth street.
One lot of mists' navy cheviot jackets
triirnicil with gihj astrachan sold at
0 ')) all season. This wetk they goat
H S J at McCabe Bros.
' The Vendetta," to h: seen at Harper's
ti em re Wednt s lny evening, is acknowl
t.t be one af the b"ft attractions on
the rotii this season.
Tt,K circuit court s- eoovtm-d by
I'.e-iSHu's t't.is tif'.ernoon at 2
k. and tiien i.C'j :;rni.l uotil tnruor
i -rairjir si i o'c! rk.
:n c ui'.on fl inncls, the run of the
r 'M cjiits, 10 yards for
Is f ir -! cents, etc . etc..
U.U wee at McCabe Bros.
a':k V. Wiiliy ia doing the proper
tL'.nz wiih the boys today over the ar
rive of a little daughter at bis home on
Seventeenth street yesterday morning.
There w.-.s a c.llision on the red line
Tieinw the end of the double track on
Suturday fcV;nin, but no ecrious damage
was done beyond the shaking up of pas
sengers. Prof. Acterian is arranging for a class
in the history of philosophy. The second
meeting will occur this evening in the
High Dchool cilice. All who are inter
ested in this subject ure asked to be pres
ent. The family of the late Edward Murrin
desire to publicly acknowledge the many
f.ffices of kin.lness shown them in toeir
l'e litrcavi-ment , an.l express their
tbir. ks fur th..'niip.
A hor-e e!oni.'intr to George G:ocKholT
the dairym in, ff 'l down twice on Third I
avenue tudny ami was suffering so that it
was taken to TindaU's livery stable where
Olllccr E ei shot the aniaial.
Ths interest in the special services at
the First Methodist church justifies and
demands that they be continued. A song
service will be held and a short sermon
will be preached each evening. Services
beginning a'. 7.3 ) p. m.
Revival meetings will be continued at
the First Biptist church every evening
this week. Prof. Paul Price will lead
the chorus and render some beautiful so
los each evening. Praise service at 7-.:$0,
led by Prof. Price.
A sleigh containg two girls employed
at the Harper house broke through the
ice ju .t eaoujh yesterday to frighten the
team, which rin awav, throwing out the
occuparrts, neither of whom was hurt.
The team was afterward caught in Dav
cnpcri. I he endetta, which is to appear at
Harper's theatre on Wednesday evening
of this week, was produced in Davenport
last Friday eveniDg, and all who saw it,
including many from this city, pronounce
it the best spectacular production wit
teased at the Burtis this season
According to the Chicago Inter- Ocean,
C B.Hoimos ha been again elected presi
dent 'of the Chicago City Railway Co.
William B. Walker, ex president of the
tri city syndicate and a director in the
company, was elected a director in the
CaicigJ railway company.
Used ia Millions of Homes
Walter H. Eillhouse and John Lan
cashire, the former of the Moline Pomp
company, at d the latter of the Lanca
shire Marshall Pipe Organ company, both
of Moline, d ed Friday night. Both were
buried this afternoon, the former at 1
o'clock and the latter at 3 p. ui.
Success at .ended the sale of the lot of
consigned jickela received at McCabe
Bros, on Sat jrday a week ago. Only 11
were left at the end of the alloted time,
wh'ch were bought by Mr. McCabe at hia
own figures. They all go in this week
with the oth ;r grtat mark downs.
The Pooeni Bridge company is now
working on .be south end of last tpm of
the slough bridge, and will probably
have it raised tonight, the others being
all in place- The completion of the via
duct will thei consume but a short time
and Feb. 1 v.ill be the outside day when
it will be op n for traffic.
The Maste-e Rosenfield had an exciting
experience with their Lilliputian steed
at the corner of Second avenue aad Fif
teenth street while out sleigh riding about
noon today. The little animal took
fright at something, and turning abruptly
threw the occupants out and then in
dulged in a regular go-as you-please
runaway. 1 he little folks luckily were
not hurt, and the pony was caimLt shortly
E tear lla'z dl has been in the employ
of U. X. Roberts fc Co.. of this ci'y, for
nearlv V2 years. Utterly in the capacity
of shipping clerk. He has resigned that
place, taking effect Saturday night, and
this week is to enter the office of the
Rock Inland Lumber Co., with the inten
tion of foon taking the road for that
firm. Mr. D .Izell has worked hard to
ma-ter the ue:ai'is of his business, and he
will make a creditaole addition to the
large hrray of in'ellicent and successful
commercial tourists who represent tri-
ri'v firms. I'avenport Democrat.
It is supDised that some one was
drowned in Modne this morning, but who
i'. is no one kiows. A large hole left by
ice cutters jus t above Dimock Gould &
Co's. mill had a thin coating of ice over it
and tLis morning tracks were discovered
leading up to a hole in the thia ice, but
no trace of where the person came away
conld be foun 1. Eilher some one walked
into the hole and was drowned, or el e
r -turned his steps in t'ie same tracks in
order In have fun with whoever struck
The LeClaire people have been hauling
their coal across the river from Port By
ron on hand s eds. The Port Byron deal
ers have been selling at 10 cents a bushel
LeClaire dealt rs doubled the price after
they had hau ed it over into Iowa, and
the citizens t gged themselves out with
mittens and red comforters, took the sleds
the young'.e use there in coasting, and
hauled their own cial by hand. This
heroic treatment has broken the backbone
ot the corner and the market is easier
Al Kaskadd:n was run in last night for
improper observance of the Sabbath.
In the polici: court this morning John
t liord was n leu fa and costs Tor intoxi
Ben Gui who sessrd $3 and crs's for
attempting t drive his familv out of
Joseph O'Xtiii was carted to police
hea:'i'iar!ers in the pitrol sm for
rreatiug a disturbance at F'vnn's restaur
aat. lie wi.l have his hearing tonight.
William Z'is, electrician at the centrbl
police statior, has been succeeded Vv
William Dicl.man by order of Cliel
Miller. The new man has had consider
able cxperieiKe with electricity, anil will
no doubt fill 1 is position faithf ally and
The jury it the case of Mrs. Mary
ood ar'a:nst V ihiam Lambert, better
known as "Bum" Lambert, rendered
verdict Saturday evening finding Lambert
euilty of assai It and "atttr as charged
and he was ac:ordingly assessed 5 and
Mayor Mc(:ono :hie received a postal
card on Jan 14 offering a reward for the
capture of Ili-nry Corbin, colored. wanted
at Oxford, Ohio, for the murder of Mrs
Horner, of thi.t place, on the 12:h inst
Yesterday's J rcss dispatches bring the
news i hat Cl bin was captured not 100
feet from wh'.-re he had committed the
crime, and was afterward taken from jiil
tty an miuriati a mob ana hung.
Why is Cub ;b Coueh Cure called the
one minute remedy? The following
irom tiarry fc,lliott, vice-president of
State Insurance ompany, Des Moines
explains his first experience: His wife
recently became so hoarse from a severe
cold she could not sneak above a wbis
per. One dose of the Cubeb Cough
uure utturdeii great relief, and a few
doses removed the hoarseness entirelv
He also says bis children have never been
so free from coughs and colds as they
have been sinie he keeps Cubeb Cough
iure in tne no jse. nariE x liahnsen.
Hot Springs Skin Soap not only pre
vents ail sain disorders, but is excellent
for the toilet and nursery.
40 Yeais the Standard
Delightful Wraps for Evening anil Opera
Wear ami Dressy Day Cloaks.
The colorsmost fancied foreveningcloaks
are pale gray, pale pink, pretty chamois,
cream and sky blue. A pretty cloak is ex
actly like thet in the first figure of the cut.
with a feather trimmed collar and Fome
glittering trimming on the yoke. It is
bmart enough for a matron and not too
elaborate for a girl. The object some of
the mantle makers Feem to have had in
view most ot this season was to try how
mucb trimming t hey could put upon t hings.
Some costly c veninir cloaks appear to be
nothing but beads and feathers.
Some dressy (lav cloaks are of cloth with
fur yokes and collars and bright silk lin
ings. That in t he second figure of the cut
is seal plush trimmed with opossum and
KVKX1VO A'0 HAY CLOAKS.
lined with iuilt d satin. TiieoM fashioned
shape of Mal-kiii j:n k-t promises to be re
vived. It is plain, cut straiidit lek and
front, and makes no preten-e of luting the
A novelty in t!;roo-iiartor b ntrth jack
ets is fine in lii.u k cloth with l.Ki-e frtjnt,
close I i 1 1 1 1 1 i-c at the side, with a Watt van
plait at 11. e back. This isadiM inctiy novel
tture nod wmilil be iM-cnn,:.t; to a sliuhr.
figure; black and t'old braidinu on the col
lar and -u;1s eoiiiph to t lie trimming. A
lilaek toque to match t
oat 1- trimmco
;e bow and two
wii b fio'd liraid and
(jitiiN on '.:u-
t'jM i-a i .
lei feet t i
lit :".:i m ti
oth is 1: n --.1
be. made of t !:e i
cape. A love'y ,
it It s !.!: :.i!d.tl s.-r.
fi atiicr ti im; i iti; u a t lie f -out a'l 1 c!
5 tl.e 1 ivh c "al-. Kclicate siik e:'i-
broidi it, in soft sha les of pink and green.
eo'np.ete th" 1 1 1 ; m:i i n -r of a ninii'ie fcar
inciit. White M. iiuoiian f".r i juttell uol
r lii:ir-.i an 1 triinining fur. but din s not
wear p.-'i-iiculat iy w, il. O-tre li leather
trinimirr.- a;c..TH- t.t he as p.-pularas ever
and is ui.ivcr-ailv becoming.
I'a-hions In .Tewclry.
risie Bee n- ti-s the following attractions
anion:; the newest jewelry in Jeweler's Cir
'J'be Victoria chain rivals the ri'ieen
chain. The Victoria has a bar as well as h
The Cleopatra hairpin is a cold serpent
wit h a decorat ive fold in bis IkkIv, an orna
mental head and a waving tail.
Small ettps f.f pale greenish onyx in
which are rose diamonds arc the settings
of rinfrs, not soexpensi ve as they are pretty.
Gold and silver ball hatpins are among
the be-t selling articles, so sav jewelers.
The balls are formed of crossliars, scrolls
Combination stone rinps in threes or fives
are the favorite forms. Knieralds and dia
monds and rubies and diamonds arc tiie
most popular combinations.
A white enamel apple bio"0'ii. with the
edqc of the petals overlapped with frosted
gold and a jeweled center, is a new an 1
The bowknot (.-rows more and more co
quettish. Surmount ing a siict- nin, with
a jewel in one. if its thitti riiiir folus. it mils
the last tn.icii Id t he toilet.
f h ili l-4-ii' mils
111 our cut a iv iiepieted t'.vo pre' ty ard
sensibli; outdoor wraps for children. The
girl's coat is in heavy cloth with double
cape, large oib;:cd metal buttons and eol-
LITTLE lV's CO T l.IIJI.'s COAT. .
lar and cuffs of Persian lamb. The hat is
trimmed with a narrow ruche of velvet
ribbon, bows of wib; satin ribbon and os
The little boy's coat is double breasted, in
fawn velvet, with wide lieaver collar and
cuffs. The three cornered felt hat in color
to match ist-dyed with lieaver and trimmed
on one bide with pompons.
The Revival of Velveteen.
One of the introductions or revivals of
the season is the use of velveteen by dress
makers and tailors. It must lie of the first
quality. Shot, velveteen is found to be one
of the best ot all materials for mixing with
fur, and, t hanks to the Russian craze in
Paris, the demand for fur trimmings W on
tho increase. 1'or robes lc luxe velvet of
the royal blue and puce tones is greatly in
demand. With fur heavy le:td fringes are
frequently introduced on velvet gowns at
the waist, falling very deep in the center
of the front breadth and k iperig toward
' 7 v s v m
1 1 o
What a blessed thing is memory ! How
it brings up tbe pleasures of the past.and
hides its unpleasantnesses! You recall
your childhood days, do you not, and
wish they would return? You remem
ber the pleasant associations, while tbe
unpleasant ones are forgotten. Perhaps
to your mind comes tb face of s5Ei"
mend. It was on:e a pale, sad face. It
showed marks of pain, lines of care.
Ii seemed to be looking into the htre
after, the unknown future. And then
you recalled how it brightened, bow it
recovered its rosy hue, how it became a
oicture of happiness and joy. Da you
remember these things? Many people do,
and gUdly tell how the health retarned.
how happiness came back, how the world
seemed briuht. They tell how they were
once weak, nerveless, perhaps in pain,
certainly unhappy. They tell of sleep ess
nights, restless days, untouched ford, un
strung neryes. And then they tell how
they became happy, healthy and strong
once more. You have heard it often in
the past, have vou not? You have beard
people describe h w they were cured an
k-pt in heal'LV You certainly car re
member what it is that has so
nelied people in America. If no'
listeu to what Mrs. Anaie Jenness
Miller, who is known universally as the
treat dre'9 reformer, says: "Sis years
auo, when suffering from mental car
and ovtrworfe, I received the most pr.
nouneed henetit. from the use of tha1
treat wdioine, Warner's SifeCure." Ah.
now you remtraher. JNow you recai
now manv people you have beard S'.y
'his same thing. Now you recollect how
riiuehjou have heard of this great Cure.
Now you are resdy to admit that memorj
Is usualiy pleasine, that the highec
pleasure comes from perfect health, and
ibat ltd t-rat remedy has done more to
orodue-; and prolong health than am
o'ner discovery ever Known in tne entire
nistorv of the whole worid.
THE NEW YEAS IS HERB.
4A v.. .
No oae regrets the departure
of decrepit old '91. He served
bis day or rather the 365 of
them and hia successor will
be his superior. The old is
go.e, the new is here. You
car nothing about the many
things we had in stock last sum
mer; but now! -that's ditfere-nt.
Lhtii and you em't help but
be interested. We have deter
mined to close out all our over
coats, and have cut the prices
de-p into the cost. 'Boys' and
children's $3.50, '4 and 5 coats
all go at I 23. Boys' and cbil
drer's $0, $7 and s$ coats ?'4 :?8
Men's overcoats in proportion.
1728 Second Jive.
N. B. We are still selling
gloves at half price.
Annual Clearance Sale.
Between now and the first of
the year we shall follow our an
nuat custom of closing out our
ftock as c'ose as possible be
fore the first of January. Any
one thinttipg of purchasing a
piano or organ will certainly
save money and do well by rail
ing on D. Hoy Bowlby, 1726
cond avenue, Rock Island.
We guarantee prices and trms
to suit those who wish to buy
for holiday presents. We still
haDdJe the old reliable Hallet
& Davis and Emerson pianos,
which our Louse has handled
continuously for 30 years that
alone will recommend and our
tfew Scale Kimball piano is the
wonder of the musical age.
Call and get prices: no trouble
to ehow goods. We have on
hand a few 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
wants a piano; we don't pro
pose to carry over the first of
J nuary anything second-hand.
Will sell on easy payments;
call early and get your choice
D. Roy Bowlby.
k tr" 1 a.
c I NTIRE
Discount Sale continued this
week. Save money.
We are getting ready to take
invantory. fait 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
Frcm all cash purchases
amounting to $1 and over we
lO Per Cent.
This account applies to all de
partments except Black Dress
Goods and Domestics.
THE LARGEST STOCK OF
urniture and Carpets
IN THE THREE CITIES,
1525 and 1527
12 1, 126 and 123
mumu & sin
POCKET KXIVES and SCISSORS took the highest premium
for quality. If you want a good knife try one.
One need not be told what a nice present an elegant Carving
Set like those I have to show will be. Also those
Gold Medal Carpet Sweepers.
Every woman that keeps house wants one. Wrought In n
finish Fire Sets and Irons.
Acorn Stoves and Ranges
are the leaders made in Illinois for our soft coal and every one
guaranteed. Ihese are all good things to bu at Christmas or
any other time. Come in ani see how much ! have to show you
that is ustfal and novel in housekeeping good--.
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
Cor. Third Ave. and Twentieth Street, Rock Island.
J. B. ZIMMER,
Will sell for the next 30 days all Lis overcoatings at in
per cent less than the regular prices.
Stak Block, Opposite Hakpkr IIouse.
You can save money by trading at the Old Reliable
o A.ND lO CENT STORE.
Crockery, Cutlery, Tinware, Classware and Wooden
MRS. C. MITSCH'S, 1314 Third Ave.
City Steam Bakery,
226 Seventeenth Street.
Uwciyss op Hand:
Bread n e i- Cakes
ofau Confectionery w
Kinds, 1 pies.
Leave your order. i,h ut for Wcddinj cd Part, C.ko. Wa h.ve tlV trt wU
west of Chicago.
MUNROB, DoRUE & AlVDERSON.
10 Per Cent
deducted from blankets, tab'a
linens, flannels, colored dress
goods, black and colored silk?
corsets, gloves, hosiery, under
wear, table spreads, bej
spreads; in fact from every,
thing in the house with two
exceptions. A grand eppor
tunity for you to save
Island.. .I liirioiss.