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THIS AitUUS. B ATUllD A Y, JaNU Ali q 7 1893.
Order your ice cieam (or dinner
Erell & MMh'i.
C. & 0 WtUerV annual ball at Turner
kail 8at3rdsT, evening.
Skating at the Cit Ice Park to
morrow afternoon and evening.
Dr. S. C. riummer was called to
Geneseo on professional busmen jester,
The C. fc O. bottlers will have their
annual ball at Turner hall Saturday
There is no nicer desert than ice cream.
Have aome for dinner and order it from
Krell & Math.
Brick, melon, pyramid or individual
ice creams and any flavor of fruit ice at
Krvll & Math's.
Bridge trains oa the Rock Inlan1 road
will not run tomorrow, but will be run
again on Monday.
The Tower toboggtu is the p'.ice to
enjoy yoorself these evenings. Electric
cars run to the Tower.
Rhea is to appear at Harper's theatre
aext Fridiy evening in "Josephine, Em
press of the French."
ins liisct uit Building ana iiOin
association awarded 14 loans last evening,
aggregating $10,000. j
A meeting of the Ministerial associa
tion w:ll be held Monday at 10.30 a. m ,
at the Y. M. C. A. building. .
A. F. Barber and family have returned
from Giiesburg, where tbey spent the
holidays very pleasantly with friends.
Miss Laura, daughter of Hon. and
Mrs. H. A Ainswortb, of Moline. died
this morning at 10 o'clock of peritonitis,
The family of toe late Sebastian Exoer
desire to publicly thank all their friends
who were so kind to them in thtir late
Charles Oswald returned last evening
from a successful rabbit hunt in the
conntry. He had a sleigh load, and be
got 100 in all.
The "Dad's Girls" company which ap
peared in Bock I?:and the other night.has
been reorganized in Moline as a strictly
8end your orders for game, fish, lob
sters, clams, shell nl canned oysters to
Harry Smythe's, 1819 Second avenue.
G'ocgressman Ben T. Cable arrived at
the Harper this morning. He came on
from the capital to attend the inaugura
Vin ceremonies at Springfield.
Misses Kelly and Strate, formerly with
McCabe Bros.' dressmaking department,
have arranged to open a dressmaking es
tablishment over J.T.Nof taker's, store on
Monday, Jan. 18.
Henry S. Farley, ot Kalona, Iowa, and
Miss Anna Clark, of this city, were
nitel in marriage by Rev. F. W. Mer
rell at the First M. E. church at 2 o'clock
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Sudlow, of this
city, and Messrs. and Mesdames J. 8.
Wylie and George W. Cable, of Dareo
port. are planning for California trip,
starting next week.
Miss Bertha Lewis who has been spend
ing ber holiday vacation at her home In
Reynolds, passed through the city yester
day ou ber way to Mount Carroll where
the is attending school.
Miss Mabel Cady, of Moline, is con
fined to her home with a severely
sprained ankle, which has necessitated
temporary abandonment of a pleasant trip
east which had been planned.
George F. Roth this morning pur
chased of Mrs. Iletter the double brick
store building on Ninth street between
Sixth and Seventh avenues, and will im
prove the property and rent it.
There will be a special evangelistic
service for young men at the T. M. C A.
at 3:80 p.m. tomorrow, conducted by Rev.
Terah Smith. A male quartet will also be
an attraction. All men are invited.
Maj. Mackenzie has accepted the bid of
the Tscoma Mill Co. for furnishing at
Keokuk for dry dock at that city 110.000
feet ef fir and cedar timber at $29 60 per
thousand, amounting in all to $3,207.
Aleck B. Montgomery and Misses Rutb
and Margaret Montgomery, children of
Capt. R. S. Montgomery, of Reynolds,
returned to school at Galesburg yester
dsy, after spending the holidays at home.
At Kingsbury's art store there are
three handsome water color sketches, the
handiwork of Harry V. Pettit, who is
gaining a reputation as an artist, and
which were sent by him to his father as
a Christmas gift.
Germania Lodge No. 6 A. O U- W
held its installation of the recently elected
officers last evening. After the business
meeting was over it was turned into a
social, and dancing was enjoyed for
several hours. A tine supper was aluo
served during the evening.
Coasting is most excellent at the
Watch Tower and coasting parties are
the order of the day. , Mr. Newburger
has arranged for having the Tower pa
vilion heated for dancing parties these
evenings, which adds to the pleasures of
Williim Burke, of Rock Island, and
Mike Kelley, of Moline, were given Bix
and seven days respectively, at the ronk
pile yesterday by Magistrate LeClaire.
They were arrested the night before for
taking possession of a saloon on Second
street near the bridge. Davenport Trib
une. The work of putting in the new iron
girders at the Rock Island bridge is pro
gressing rapidly end it is now believed
that within 10 days' time the entire im
provement will be completed, and thin
the Rock Island bridges will be in a sub- '
sianuai state or repair for a century to
A citizen informed an Argus rerresen-
tative last evening that ie bad seen the
missing Robert Gregg daring the day.but
be has not vet made his anrjearance
where he would be expected to first ex
plain the mystery of his absence.
A horse belonging to Squire Mead, the
Davenport commission man, got away on
this side of the river last night
and made a liyely run down Second ave
nue. At the Harper house earner three
police cflicera fired three shots which
tended to frighten the animal some and
he was stepped at Seventeenth street.
The Aioub is in receipt of the formtl
announcement of the marriage at Poca
tello, Idaho, on Wednesday of this week
of Frank A. Ubland and Miss Jennie A.
Dolly, the b ide being a former resident
or this cit;, and one of the most cspab'e
teachers in the Rock Island pub'c
schools. ThbArgcsoII rs its congratu
la iois and best wishes.
R. N. P. rsons, a brother of Mrs.
Rev. Merrell, a convention leader and
musician nf very fine ability, has come to
visit his lister and family and will lead
the music during the coming week in the
rtvival services in progress at the First
Methodist church. Rev. Richard Haney.
conference evangelist, will also assist in
services tie coming week.
The berefit conceit given the Jones
musical family by Mrs. F. H. Hancock
at Davenport last evening proved a great
success in every particular, the enter
tainment being thoroughly enjoyed and
appreciated by all attending. This
morning cime a flittering offer to the
family to 'ake part in some of the fea
tures in connection with the World's
Fair at Chicago during next year, which
will probably be accepted.
BASE BALL REVIVED.
A Meeting Called Kor Next Monday Kven-
Injr to Talk the Matter Orer.
Preside! t Hodges has called a meeting
of tho stockholders of the Rock Island-
Moline Base Ball associanion at the rooms
of the Rock Island Citizens' Improvement
association next Monday evening to wind
up the afl.irs of the association as re
gards the season of 1892, when the Twin
City team won the penant of the I. -I.
league, an j to tase steps to reorganise
for the set son of '93.
An imptrtant matter to come before
the mee'iig will be tho arranging for
representation at the meeting of the
directors tf the I. -I. league to be held in
Chicago, ttje following day.
,ue season oi isvi dios lair to be a
prosperous one in base ball, and the
Rock Islard-Moline base ball club will be
in it with .he best of them.
Talking; l'p a New Industry.
The meeting at the office of the Rock
Island Car Journal Lubricator company
last evenitg to talk over the organization
of stork company witti $10.C00 capital
to manufacture the Prairie Sickle
Guard vas well attended. Gott
lieb Misc'iler, who owns the patent,
was prercut, and fully explained its
strong points. W. B. Ferguson, who has
alwajs be :n ready to interest himself in
a new ent rprise, and other gentlemen of
capital and public spirit evinced an inter
est in the project, and after a free dis
cussion of the matter, adjournment was
taken until a firurc date, when some
ateps will probably be taken looking to
the formation of the company.
A Mechanical Patti.
There is only one Patti, and the question
is will thi re ever be another? A band of
speculators say, "Yes but not a living
one." Th-y are going to construct a dead
Patti that can sing as well its the living
artist. It is to be a life sized wax doll,
which, by means of clockwork machinery,
is to be rendered capable of walking on to
a platform, remaining therefor a stated
period, making certain graceful gpsticula
tions, ret ring, reappearing again and
courtesyin?, and finally withdrawing with
a pleased unile.
Inside t ie mechanical Patti will be a
powerful phonograph, the "records" for
which have already been prepared. The
speculator have sent men armed with re
cording p lonographs to all the great con
certs at '-bich Jlme. Patti has lately
sung, and they declare that they can now
command the real Putti's voice. Ex
change. English Iry.
The English ivy attains so great an nge
that in E lgland they say it never dies.
There are : vy stocks ten or twelve inches
in diameter which are known to have been
planted u slips GOO or 800 years ago.
While the fle'di ware roaming over.
Great hlrg new mown bay and clover.
We'll think of her, as is our wont.
Whose tjeth and breath are, every day.
White as white slover sweet as hay.
And all from using SOZODONT.
jodu jennson's honse, at St. Johns
Mich., buried and his wife and an old man
known as "Uncle" Hugh Boyd were cre
mated. Jchnson was fatally burned. Rosa
Ranbuhler, a servant, lost her life in a fire
"I was deaf for a year, caused by ca
tarrh in tb head, but was perfectly cured
by Hood' Sarsaparilla," H. Hicks,
Rochester, N. T.
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder. No Ammonia; No Alum.
Used in Millions of Homes-40 Years the Standard
. Tax Notice.
The sxes for 1892 are now due and
may be paid to the undersigned at Hurst
& Donaldson's office in Matonic Temple
block . Please bring your last year's re
ceipt, which will enable the collector to
find your description on the tax books.
WILLIAM J. WAMBLE,
A "RUX DOWN
and " need-op " feeling is
the first warning that
your liver isnt doing
its work. And, with a
torpid liver and the
impure blood that fol
lows it, you're an easy
prey to all sorts of ailments.
- X IlttL IB Hit) UU1U w
fc--I5S22- take Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery. As
. an appetizing, restora
tive tonic, to renel disease and build up the
needed flesh and strength, there's nothing to
equal it. It rouses every organ into health
ful action, purifies and enriches the blood,
braces up the whole system, and restores
health and vigor.
For every disease caused by a disordered
liver or impure blood, it is the only guaran
teed remedy. If it doesn't benefit or cure, in
every case, you have your money back.
$500 is offered, by the proprietors of
T)r. Sao-e'a Oatarrh Remedv. for an in
curable case of Catarrh. Their remedy
Derfectlv and permanently cures the
urtis Opera House,
Sunday,' January 8th;
fkiffs'a Operatic Circus Comedy,
ail OF THE ARENA.
The latest and greatest innovation in stage pro
dnctioce, urcecntcd by a company of artists en
gaged especially fo this un:qn and novci per
forcn&n ce, replete with
Elaborate Scenic Effects,
Magnifl en Cottimes,
Pro, ci t es uid Paraphernalia.
The third act j re cnts A Genuine Circus on
Trice 8 Jl.fO, TJ, ani SS cent.
J- E- Montrose, Manaccr.
Tuesday, January 10th.
Original McCabe & Yonng's Colore! Minstrels.
Twenty-five Colered Gentlemen. A
grand tp cn'ar Street Parade
at noon each day.
The only male doing the Serpentine Dance.
Xeat and Refined.
Admifion 75c, 50c, srsc.
Pon't Forget Day and Date
THE RIVERSIDE OIK
will keep fire all night with sc't coal;
will not eas or smfce; heavy s'.el body;
large ash ran. Call end examtc this
wonderful stove sold by
! 1918 Third Avenue.
J ANTED AT 1116 FOURTH AVENUE A
gjn lorpenerai nouscworfc.
rHK daily ahqus delivered atvouh
door every eveuing for ws4c per weefc.
FOR RENT A NEW IJOOE ON EIGUTH-and-a-half
avenue, east of Twrntv-svon h
rOR SALE Cll EAr TWO PAIR B. 3. '3AM ES,
I one coctrel. four . Plymouth pallet and
Silver beardrd Polish coca. Enquire 610 Twenty-fourth
TIT ANTED TO RKNT. A HOUSE ON NISE-
teenth, TwrntlHh or Twenty-first atreets and
south of Seventh avenue. PosM'SMon wanted bv
Feb. 1st . Apply.by letter, giving location to D. care
WE OFFER AGENTS BIG MONBY. IN EX
elusive territory. Onr safes sell at Hcht in
city or country. Ag-ents first in field ictua lv cet
fngnch. One agent in one day chared $91.50.
So can yon Catiilogne free. Addrrs-. Aijmne
Safe Co.. No. 860-371 Clark street, Cincinniti. O
See the I
New stvles ot ;
. , 1
D. ROY BOWLBY'S.
1726 Second Ave.
A Happy New Year!
We propose to open tho new
year with a grand closing
In some instances prices will be
cut right in two. It wiilbe
impossible to mention all the
styles asd fabrics included in
this sale, but a glance below
will give you some idea of the
extent of the offering
1 ft niAeai ffl tr . .
u laeuea uu men Wool , I
iiiirn h ii is. i
1 lot don Vila frl .
l lot 36 to 38 inch a!U8
Vd. all o-O .Inri f.
jQn & lLls ealCi
During this sale we will deduct s9
the price of every ladies' mi',
,;!. i tj. ori " s-
vuuua liuba &j per cent
. A fine assortment from which,
eue carmenis, rrom these e '
deduct 10 per cent.
Heating and Ventilating Engineers,
Gas and Steam Fitting,
complete line of Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing He
Fire Brick; Etc. .Largest and best equipped
establishment west of Chicago.
DAVIS kiuj ;n.J Moline, m. 1 12, 1 14 West Seventeenth r
i eiepiione 2053. Telephone 1148.
Resicfnce Teletibrn' l let
-Base Eall Headquarters. -
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the finest brand of domestic
and imported clears. All brand f tobacco.
Tbe acore of all the ball games wi'l be received
L. OLOCKHOFP, Prop.,
108 Second Avcnne,
Special Holiday Slipper Sale.
We have the Largest Line of Holiday SurPKKs
ever opened in this city. Look at the prices: 49c.
69c, 78c, 89c, 9Sc, $1.29 and f 1.48. It will pay on
to lay in a year's supply duiiDg this sale, and to
make it a Holiday advertisement we will give to
every puic aser of a pair of ehos a beautiful boe ;
let of the Presidents of the United States.
FAMOUS SHOE STORE,
103 W. 3d near Brady Davenport, Iowa.
i G-. L.WYNES & CO.
It no located In hie new ebop,
At 324 Seventeenth Street
l-Li$it ptaocf a apccialty. Opposite the Old etKi
And we find our stock altogether to large, particularly in Over!
fc, vjtA una ovaouu. -LCLCl 111111CU LU Ulliua j
we have trotted out our old War Horse
Which has always been the most effective and speediest for accomplishing our aim.
TN r RKia rrvvrtf aa 1 i - . ...
wy , uwaao wueiB wue a.ro quo ana iwo oi a Kind, the price has been rednr.flfl a mnrh .as r? 00. In mo;
vry msrance inere nas Deen a cut oi ircm Jf2 00 to 5.00. In a few lots the price remains ih w th finr rrad
Boy's and Children's Overcoats left.
$9 B0 grades of Children's Overcoats reduced to $7 50
7 75 prades of Children's Overooats reduced to G 00
6 75 grades of Children's Overcoats reduced to 5 00
$16.50 gaades of Boys' Overcoats reduced to $13 55
13 50 grades of Boys' Overcoats reduced to 9 90
8.50 grades of Boys' Overcoats reduced to 6 "5
You know that M & K. carry only the best grades of Clothing produced, and when they announce
these reductions it signifies nice choice goods at a big saving to the purchaser. It's an excellent
opportunity to invest. Better take advantage of it. -
Best Equipped Clothing and Shoe Hoi in R0CkIsland County. 1729 2d ave., 116 to 122 19th st