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THE AHGUS, MONlAY, NOVEMUEit 28, 1892.
D-tii 'son's )u k dinner tomorrow.
DjcS cMnnjr )ivuloV loniorruw.
Christmas presents at Will R Jotn-
Felt shilor 1 a t sgiiu tomorrow at
Any kind of a cake ma.levto order at
Kiel! & Math
Cutiumas pie?eo:s it Will R Jihn-son's,-
W.J K ir iia cr 1 id of fc'tiohs to
sell very c- e to. ,
Uncle S muy G.K.ie, uf An UNi,i was
in the city Ky.
Christmis (re nts at Will R. Jobn
When riuvica fre.'h oMer. buy the
Black Hawk I mnd.
Christm -s ;,r m-.t.s at Wi'.i II John
Mr. ar.il Vn-. Tom B net. of Pre
emption w.. re la oJtn S'uiiKy
Three A No 1 pr.u!.on rnfce:s
wanted i V. C il ppt's at mjce.
Chris m s p . n at Will R J--.hr, -
The Knvh s I , tt.ins .live a meeting
Wedniiinj Tt oi'Ji; for ibi- taction t
Mrs. John h of SiVtnnah visited
this wttk wi'n her tieter, Mi9 IJtiie
Duffy or U x k I-innd
Mrs. J. C.inuor his issued iLV it'or
foracsrd pnv tomorrow afternoon and
a tea in the evening.
Tnurediy McCrtbe Bros, will sell a hie
lot of tmbroideie.i htnriktrchiefa at lo
centa a piece to all in line.
Thorna9 Sexton who bis betn at
Streator, Past'sc an.J St Louis f or some
time past U at home again.
Kphriarn Warren, of Watertown, and
008 of tee oldest resident of the '"upper
PnJ." was in the ci'y today.
A big i -b of Smyrna ruga with manu
facturers' imperfections go on sale
Wednesday at McC.be Bros.
Dr. L. man P. W It ;r at the Ilarpvr
house nut Wednesday, is oue of the
most no ed specialists in the west. ,
PothonUs Council No. 5 are request
ed to meet at their hall Wedneediv even
ing, N.v. 30 By order of secretnry.
The well known specinlist. Dr. Lynun
P. Walter, visiis the city and cm be
seen nt tbe Harper nxt Wednesdv,
Do joa itmeraher thtt Wednesday U
the laf-i day tba'. McCabe Bro. will tnke
orders for ilreesactking wi;ti 10 per cent,
We have crmnenced making home
made c-tcdii s. If jou want some g-od
tHffy, cretin, cacdv tr caramels stop ia to
Krell ii MatiiV frch every dy.
Dr LjmioP. Walter, the ce'etrated
specialist of CLhifigo, will he at the Har
per house on Wednesday, Njv. 30, when
tbrse who desire cm tee Mm.
James Mills died rf U pripps at
Wilton, la., at 6 o'clock tbia moraine.
The funeral will occur from the resi
dence of J. Rns? Mills at 10 30 a m. to
Notice. Late on Saturday McCabe
Br.ig. received a ehipment of the nob
biest jackets and coats they have had this
season. A'.l will be on sale on Monday
Wonders never cease at McCabe
Bros'. On Monday they will sell a lot of
misses e gsamer rain circulars at 14 1
Men's gossamer ruin coats at Zb al".
slightly damaged -
Mrs. Benton Hamilton and children
accompanied by Mrs. Carthy who have
been viBiting Mr. and Mia. Paul Hamilton,
returned to their home at Colorado
Springs last evening.
Miss Amy Loosely, of this city, left on
Saturday for her home in Iowa City in
response to a message that her father, II.
Loosely, had mstained severe in juries by
falling on a slippery walk. I
F. W. Preston, a compositor in the
Argus news room, was stricken Saturday
nitit with paralysis and is in a precarious
condition at his borne at the Union house.
Dr. E. M. Sala is ia attendance.
P. L. Qiickenbush, who has been con
nected with Dubuque papers in a repor
torial capacity for the past two years and
who hi3 been more recently employed on
the stall of the Chicago Timts, is in the
Miss Lucy Rmbarcer left today on the
C B. & Q. for Fori Madison, where she
will viHit tier sister Mrs. .Miller, a few
days; then she will leave for Denver, Col.,
on the San'a Fe to spend the rust of the
The Junior League anniversary, witch
was postponed a few evenings ago, oc
cure at the First Methodist church to
morrow evening. It waa to bve been
held last week bat wi s postponed and
will probably be large); attended.
The horse and bugsy belonging t Dr.
Watzek, of Davenport, that was sup
posed to have been stolen from Twenty
third street a lew evenings ago, was
found ti-.d to a tree near the Catholic
cemetery on Saturd-ty afternoon. It was
returned to its owner in Davenport in
County Tieasorer Campbell ii in re
ceipt of a card from L. W. Hizon, of
Memphis, Mo., asking information in re
gard to an uncle, one George Hixon, 75
years of age, supposed to reside some
where in this state. Any mformatirn
Till be gladly received by him
Hattie Anna, infant daughter of R.v.
3. C. RapD and wife, died at its parents'
tome on Fourteenth street on Saturday
asoraingat 8:30 o'clock, aged two montts
and three days. The funeral occurred
rem the home of the tereaved perents at
2 '! ok this afternoon. Rev. A. H. T.
Hertzl r of Tavenport oflfo'.aiing.
The roof of a brick house orl, Thir
teenth street buween Second and Third
avenue: n-dbyGiorte W. Henry and
occupied by James Meats p fed a the
gable ben a'.h the wtight of the snow
mis arternonn end came down with a
ciasb. Fcr.unately no injurv was dene
and the damage may be readily repairei
Gire E. Blakeslee. secret ry of the
Y. M C. A., while descending the steps
rrom the building on Saturday evening,
slipped and fell, striking his iiead with
such force that he waa unconscious for
some time, do one seeing him there in the
dark. Ue finally regained his senses and
found he bad d slocated his r ght wrist
Dr. C. B. Einyon reduced the dislocation.
No bill was found y the Scott co nty
grana jury agiinst Liouis Woir, the ad
vertising agent who was accu ed of em
btzz'ement by Mr. Owen of Pjrt Byron
Wolf, as an advertising a?pnt. had
placed advertising matter for Owen, the
bills for which were made out in Wolf's
name. The alter was pressed for
money, and failed to m et Hs obliga
tions, whin Oen preferred 'he charge
arain t btm.- Wolf ini-ited that matter
a -ii and not a ctiminal acti n.
Mi'S Maude Bar celebnted her four
teenth birth Jay on Sa'urdy. About
twenty-five of her fcirl friends'assemb'ed
at ber parents' home on E ghtet nth street
the interor of wt.ich had been hi.ndsomely
dtcorited for the occa-ion, and spent
several hours o unalloyed pleasure.
During the tvening a deliciois spread
was setved. Mesdames L. Kol n and M.
Arnold of the city and Miss Bloom of
Iowa City agisted in the entertainment
of the guests. Sometime was spent in
dancing, the affair on the who e being a
pleasant one in every respect.
"A YARD OF PANSIES."
J. E. Montrose, Maniger.
Oar Uift to Kvery time ot Oar Kir.
By special arrangement with the pub
Ushers, we are enable to make i very one
of our reader a present of out of these
c-xijuis-'te Oil Pictures. 36 inches long, a
companion to "A lard of Rosef." which
all hi.vc ceen ani ailmircid. Tuis exquisite
picture, A liM of l'mses was
Dainu' 1 bi tbe same noted artist who did
t'.e"lii-es " It is the s im-i 6izs, ard is
pronounced by ait cri ics to bi f ar j
tupir r to tbe 'Roses." The reprrdac-
tMo in n jai in ev.-rv r-S( ct to the or ,
i'iinal. wt.tch erst $5k. an 1 ace .mpacy
ing it r.- lull (1 r-tiions fur rttr.ins at j
home, at a co-i of a few ctn's. thusi
forming a beiu'if j1 ornament for your'
p trior, or a superb Chn-tra is si ft I
wortij at v.vt sj. Senc o-r'
n'tme and ad ires to th pnbli-.her, W. j
Jeinins D.;n:'ircst, 15 E-st t'ouriecnth
6treet, Xt York, wi h three two-cent
fr'amps to pay f.ir ti.e packing, mailing,
etc., farid mention that you are a
reader of the Daily or Weekly Argcs
and you wiil receive by return mail one
of th.'ge valuaole works of art.
ONE KIGHT OXLT,
Tuesday Evening, Nov. 29.
Chicago's Howling Sucpr the
Funniest Snow on Earth.
Marvelonvcthsnica) Eef. ctf!
Elaborate Stau'e trrr:r- !
Cntq'i Ilea ;eriaitic?:
prodacld' 'y fa:,nief! Rolr-'s-i -cene ever
,,S' -"n a,e Sat irtav, Nov Jij h Price
o'J ana , j cL-rit-.
Durlis Opera House,
WEDNESDAY, Nov. 30th
Rwa'. return of the Coloffal CoTcuy
Illnptratet by Ga! Repn, ra-tmpr of dia
lect Cmedy, nil t.it A Dvjv iinperb
company, inrlnding the Far ramed
A Car Load of Special Soetrry :
CThe Break ii f of fhe Lr-e Jam !
The Lnmhri.-amr in Wintt-rl
Tbe Railway Station '.
Prifcs l Oft rs Kit ok . i-
Tne ay. Not. 28, at ThimaV drag-'ftvre and at
1G0 Rewatd. HC0-
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at l?ast one
dresded disja-e that science t.a been
able to cure in all its stages, and that is
catarrh. Hall's C'atarru Cure is the only
positive cure known to the med cal fra
ternity. Catarrh being a const tutional
disease, require a constitutionat treat
ment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in
ternally, acting directly upon tbe blood:
and mucins surfaces of tbe system
thereby destroying the foundation of the
disease. at,d giving the patient ntrength
by building up the constitution and as
sisting nature in doing its work. The
proprietors have so much faith in its cur
ative powers, that they i ffer Ono Hun
dred Dollars for an v ease that it fails to
cure. S"tid for list of teMimonia's.
Address F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. O
Jfold ty drui'Pi'. 75c
"The Iuche" as She I.
Mrs. ITunerford has tliscovered that the
best working hours are in the morning,
and so for three hoars every forenoon she
may be found ia her den. It is not the sort
of a room you usually think of as a work
shop. There is a huge grate in it, and the
log fire blazes up ns if to suggest the pic
tures in its flames for tbe fair occupant to
see. Bookcases are all about th'i room,
overflowing with dictionaries, books of
reference, novels and histories, while about
are Cowers in plenty. Charming pictures
ore on the wall, and lovely biu of the
valuable old r hina to which "The Duchess'
is devoted. The desk is a marvel of neat
ness, every package or bundle of manu
script being tied and labeled, an 1 as she
funnily enough says: "I acribble my notes
on the last t-heets of my friends' letters.
Wouldn't they be surprised if th'iy knew
that the last sheet became the sc--ne of a
love affair, a full account of a murder, a
boycotting, or, most likely of all, a flirta
tion 7 I am not a very good sleeper, so I
am very apt to plan out my scenes at night
and write them in the morning. Write
with regularity f Sometimes I have writ
ten the last chapter of a book first a Rood
situation will come to me. I will write it
out, and later on write all arout d it."
Isabel A. Mai Ion in Ladies' Home Journal.
A Society Note.
Mr. Golightly Where were you yester
Mr. Canesucker I was. at the Clam
whoopers in Madison avenue. They are
celebrating his diamond weddin;; and I
waa called on for a speech.
"What did you say?"
"Oh, nothing in particular. I merely ex
pressed t he hope that they would g rt along
together." Texas Siftiugs.
Keep it in the house and it will save
you many an anxious moment du ing the
changes of season and weather: were
fer to Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup, t.he. best
remedy for cough and cold.
Burtis Opera House,
iVST ONE SIC.rjT,
THURSDAY, DEC 1st.
Lai.gl.ter iriUIUphailt !
Mr, and Ars.
"The a es Comedy Slam in America."
mpjorted by tn exce'lent com any,
"In Honor Bound"
"A Scrap of Paper."
Purer ft DO, 7. 50 and ?5 cents: seats on se
at Flnke's Bookfrtore Tuf slay nwninK, Nof.
and Thomas' Drne-tore.
Burtis Opera House,
SUNDAY MATIN EE and EVENING.
MONDAY SVE- DEC- 5.
Engagtmrnt r x'mordinary. That bril
liant youtvg conimedian,
JAMES T. POWERS,
f nppoTtcd t y the bc farnsaj romedy com 91.7
in anicn' in incaiij ana Jiiitucti
naririj farce Mincc
A MAD BARGAIN,
Together with the iao-.t brilliant diictr
on the- Ameriiiu stig-;,
la a to.-t d'.r'nsr. friainal ami unique
conception, bpictnl tcei.ery arid c.ni
P.ies. $1 (.0. 75. 50 ar.it 25. Ladies'
matiuee. trice 5(c. t'nt seats.
Sale at Finke's.
THE ItlVERSIDE OAK
wiHkiep fir 11 g i' wi ll io' cwlj
wiil not ltik or.-m !rMt body;
large ash ; an " ji and ex inline Uiii
wooderfu! fn vc .ii j l y
New styles ot
A word about our Plush
VVe ai9 sole agents for Plush
Cloaks, made from the
wonderful Sealettt? plash.
Sealettk ha s an especially fine
eubstantial pile, more
nearly resembling seal skin
. .than any other material
ever olfrred. In banty
and strength of texture
Sealette has i o superior, if
an equal. With . every
S-a!ette garment sold we
give a writte guarantee
thit it will wear wel'.
Read the Guarantc
"Tbis is to certify that
hag this day purchasd U,
ette pkBh garment. The si;
sealette bas achieyed durin- t
years prompts the manufV
hereby authorize the iFUf.
tiflicate to obligate thtni-e
burse any purchiser of st
ments, if said garment do,
seryice, give a rotBonab'e
cgnea at I Klin
lou won't find ert-ry!,'
writ er guarntei s. We t!f !
Aonday, Nov. 28,
and Monday "nly, v,. ,
belated OT.eif'niii nt (. 0aj.
at very luw prif-ft-a'., u
sold go ba k Murid.v r i!;t.
III TIRE BRQ1
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Ball Headquarters.-
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Alway on hann the flno-t brands of dor-eetic
nnd iiuorvil eiiar. A;l btarnl of tobacco
The score of all :he bail game will be received
L. GLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
1S0S Si'cond Arenae.
Oysters in Shell, Oysters in Can,
Oysters in Bulk, Clams in Shell, Fresh Loiten.
Game Venison, Wild. Ducks, Bear and Quail.
dTFresh Ftsh of all binih. choice turkeys, ducks and geese in abunlsn .
H. Treman & Sons,
All telephone orders promptly filled. Telephnre N.s. 1103. 17! HI Tl.it '
WE ARE ALWAYS W IT' WT?j
THE FINEST OF
Bread, Cakes, Buns and Pies
In the riij.
Delivery wagons always on thn road. Parties desirous o;
having them stop at their residncs, will please notiU th
same at our piemises.
MUNROE, DeRUE & ANDERSON.
First-class Hotel and Restaurant, Aarket Square,
back of Thomas' drugstore.
LUNCH COUNTER IN CONNECTION.
tSTGood Rooms by day or nigh!,
UNDSRHILL & GLASS, Proprietors.
J. T. DIXON,
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
NOVEMBER SALES AT THE
Its earlier, considerable earlier, than usual fnr srwial hut
. , ' " r ,. . . r X piaiuva LU unci CAiiauiui-
nary inducements. Better give our patrons the benefit of these bargains early than late. The sooner you
$2 00, 3.56. 5.05, 6.50, 8.90, 10 00
that are positively the beat values you have ever seen. No euch qualitiea
for the price are to be found elsewhere in this vicinity.
$1.50, 2.50, 8 90, 4 ,
Pretty Patterns; stylish make. Warm, neat, serviceable and good enough
for any child, and equal to those other dealers would charge one-third more
13c, 18c, 25c,
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia: No Alum.
TJsr.5 Millior-- " Tiomes """-sirs .ndari.
A shoddy price but not shoddy goods they are good wearers and just
the thing for school wear.
t"We can do business with you because we carry just such qualities as you
ant. We do not pretend to Eie goods away, but weon fell toods cheap and
we do. The dollar yon spend with us goes farther, gets more style, quality quan
tity and durability, than any money you expend. '
13.48. 7.10, 9.50, 13.50, and 15 00,
that will command the respect, the confidence, the good will and the pa
tronage of those who will take pains to call and see tbem just such coeds
as jou want and just such qualities as we can sell with confidence.
58c, 98c, $1;50, $2 38, $2.95.
Better than it has ever before been our good fortune to sell at thesa
prices cannot help but please you call and see them.
I5c, 38c, 48c. 7Fc, 98c,
As good as the best values 'hat ran be had. and perhaps a little better.
You C6n save money by buying Furnishing Goods from us no a uesfon
One Price Clothiers and Shoers. Best Equipped Clothing and Shoe House in Rock Island County: