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THE AltGUS. TODXEiSDA Y . FEliR U Alt Y 1, 1893.
A Sne "skating surface at the Tri-City
Ice park i'
Doa't m!s it. WhaiT The neckwear
tie at Lloyd & Stewart's.
Fred Hass returned last night from a
business trip to the west.
It wfil pay tou to patronise the "intel
Jigetir column" of Thb Argus
Huffb A. Johnston and bride have re
toned from their wedding tour.
D. 2 Bowlker, of O naha, is in the
rrtj on wit-it to relatives and friends.
The Columbia has jist received a line
f (ice baby buggies i the fi .cH make.
Two more bad coasting accidents oc
carred in Divenport yesterday afternoon.
Hot the railroad ties, but neckties.
Any tie in the house, 50c. Lloyd fc
Waliion Liston, son of Mrs. Liston, on
Twenty-neeond street, is very low with
Tomorrow being the Feast of the Tun
Scation, there will be services at 10 a m ,
at Trinity church.
Mrs. C. . Adams, who has been
qaite ill for several days, is reported as
This has been the greatest necktie sale
" ever known, f 1, $1 25. $1.50 lies go at
50o at Lloyd & 8tewart's.
Anybody that can't afford to buy a tie
at our sale, call and get one free of
charge. L'.oyd & Stewart.
The Misses Bessie Lee and Fannie Sud
low left last night en a visit f a couple
of weeks to friends at Minneapolis.
Miss Mary Parker unfortunately fell
on an icy walk last evening, sustaining
injuries that will confine her to her home
for a day or two.
R. B. Careon, S. K. Hatfield and M. T.
Bore, all insurance adjusters, are at the
Harper, their mission kere being to ad
just the losses consequent upon the M. &
Anether bad day for railroads today,
and rather a severe blizzard all around.
The signal service anticipates a cold
night, with more moderate weather to
morrow. W. J. Berth, formerly traveling pas
senger igent of the Great Northern aDd
well known in this city, has been pro
moted to 0 leral agent of the same com
pany at Cincinnati. ( -
Judge Miller, of Carthage, and Mr.
Nimrick.of Nauvoo.two prominent dem
ocrats of Hancock county, are in the city
today and included the Argus among
Ihe pleasant calls made.
The long existing litigation between
Coyne and Parks et al. over lands locat
ed in Iowa, has been settled by the su
preme court of Iowa dismissing the case
a victory for Parks el al.
The Montrose-Rinn nuptials at Chicago
last eight, the details of which were fully
recorded in laut evening's Argus, proved
a brilliant event in all respects, many
congratulations and presents being sent
to the couple from friends in Rck Isl
and. J. A. Keith, of Davenport, succeeds J
Hemsfurter as local manager of the real
estate and brokerage offi e of Koester &
Martin. Mr. Keith is thoroughly posted
in the business to come under bis super
vision and will move to Rock Island at
once in ord 'r to give the office here bis
Moline is having a dreadful time set
tling the matter of the proposition to
purchase a new site for the high school
and issue bocds for the same. The sec
ond election to settle the matter h-,8 left
k in the same condition it was before.
Several sites were printed on the ballot,
but as the Australian system was used
ihe voters were a', sea rcgar Jing the
proper method of marking their ballots
and the result is that no site received a
majority, and consequently there was no
choice. The board issue was carried,
bat it will require another election to set
tle the site question.
The gas company at Davenport has
discovered the break which caused the
asphyxiation of Charles C. Rapp and
Louis Franklin at Davenport, directly in
front of the room o-cupied by the
young men on Main street. The coro
ner's jury finished the taking of testi
mony and came to a decision sooner
than was generally expected. At about
5 o'clock yesterday afternoon its sitting
terminated with the return of a verdict
finding that the young men came to their
death "by inhaling i luminating gas that
had escaped from a defective main."
A circular has been issued by the gen
eral ticket and passenger department of
the Rock Island road, notine the appoint
aient of L. M. Allen as general agent o'.
the passenger depar'ment, in charge of
passenger traffic originating in the cities
of Davenport, Rock Island and Moline,
with headquarters at Davenport. The
rder is effective today and indicates
well deserved promotion for Mr. Allen,
who has served the company for several
years as local ticket agent at Davenport,
nd it means probably that the Rock Isl
and has already begun to move in the di
rection of securing business for the
Dr. OLeary will lecture Monday
light. Feb. 6, at Turner hall. The ear,
eye and skin and their disturbances are
Ktensivaly illustrated. Admission free.
Boys under 16 will not be admitted with
out a pass written by parents or teacher
as voucher for good behavior. These
lectures have always drawn crowded
houses here before many times as will
be widely remembered. They have been
improved of late. The doctor comes as
BBO.cn to see bis patients as to deliver th
features. Private consultations free from
""V wuu vi lanar l owuer. jvo Ammania; No Alum.
Used in Millions of Homes 40 Years the Standard
2 to 5 p. m. daily, oorner Fifteenth street
and Second avenue, upstairs. All street
cars pass the door.
A Close Call. 1
Y. A. Pearce, a mail clerk on the Rock
Island, running 'n.m tin cao to West
Liberty anl residing at Englewood, met
with ft very painful accident last nipbt
on his way west. While attempting to
take a mail pouch in from the crane
upon which it Lad been caught near
Green River he wai caught by the iron
braces on one of the bridges there and
sustained a compound fracture of the
left arm at what is commonly known as
the crazy bone. He was brought to
this city and afterwardjtaken to Daven
port, where he was intended by Dr. Mid
dteton, being taken to his home at Engle wood
this morning . It was an exceed
ingly close call, as he fell just across the
sill of tue door, being caught by his fel
low clerk, who was near by.
Joseph Murphy's "Kerry Gjw" to be
seen at Harper's theatre Friday evening,
is one of the most nnique and interesting
Liccoln J. Carter's "Fast Mail'1 is to
be seen at the Burtis at Davenport Sun
day and Monday evenings, with Sunday
Al. G. Field'6 femous minstrels are to
be seen at the Turner Grand opera house,
Davenport, next Sunday evening.
In the brilliant v lighted parlor they
He and she. Alone.
She recliDed at ease in an elegant
satin-covered sofi chair, while he sat
nervously on the extreme edge of a
chair of severer pattern and listened
to the convulsive thump, thump with
which his agitate! heart seemed to be
jumping up anl down on his ear
"Can't you answer me now, Miss
Marie?" he pleaded.
"Mr. Shackelford, " she replied, after
ft pause, "do you think you ought to
ask a young worran to be your wife
who doesn't even kuow your name?"
"My name!" he exclaimed. "Surely,
I have signed it often enough in my
notes and letters to you!"
"You have always signed it Tlarrv
D. Shackelford. That is not your full
name. What do.-s the D. stand for?"
"You have guessed it. Miss Spang
ler," he said, rising to go. "It stands
for Dennis!" Chicago Tribune.
Fresh Sprouts on the Table-.
A wonderful rustic table is said to
be owned by a Philadelphia lady. It
is formed of the boughs of a tree, and
the bark has not been removed from
them. It has been in her possession
just two months ind about a fortnight
ago it began to grow out green sprout
ftnd is now in ful. bloom.
The Plain Troth
Is good enough for Hood's Sarsaparilla
there is no need of embellishment or sen
sationalism. Sine ply what Hood's Sar
saparilla does, tht.t tells the story ef its
merit. If you lave never realized its
benefits a single b ttle will convince you
it is a good medicine.
The highest praise has been won by
Hood's Pills for tteir easy, vet efficient
action. Sold by all druggists. Price
Mardl G Carnivals.
For theMardi Gr-vs carnivals at Mobile,
Ala , and New Orleans, La., on February
14. 1893, the Burlington, Cedar Rapids &
Northern railway will sell round trip ex
cursion tickets tc the above points at
special low rates. Tickets on sale Feb.
6 to 12 inclusive, limited; good to re'urn
nntil and including March 7. 1893. For
tickets, time of trtins and other informa
tion, call on or d iress any ngent of this
company or J.E Hannegan.
Gen. Tit. and Pass. Act ,
Cedar Rapids, Iowa
The axes for 1892 are now due and
may be paid to tb undersigned at Hurst
& Donaldson's oflice in Masonic Temple
block. Please bring your last year's re
ceipt, which will unable the collector to
find your description on the tax books.
William J. Gamble,
M W. A.
Neighbors of Island City Camp, M. W.
A . No. 309, are requested to meet with
Camp 29 at their nail en Thursday, at 1
p. m., to attend the funeral of Neighbor
John Hrtter, V. C.
F. Hbllpb etsll, Clerk.
Liarge and Fat.
Rudyard Eiplir g knows how to make
hay while the sun shines; all his work
commands ample pay. Speaking of
his prosperity Life, id led to say: liud
yard Kipling's laut book is to be called
"The British Tirone," because the
royalty on it is large and fat.
Keep it in the house and it will save
you many an anxi ins moment daring the
changes of seasons and weather; we refer
to Dr. Bull's Couf h Syrup, the best rem
edy for cough and cold.
Disef si is largely the resnlt of impure blood.
To purify the blood. Is to core th) disease ! As a
blood-pnrfli-r and tI alizer. Dr. Pierce's Medical
Discovery ft nda bead and thon'dera above any
other known a eciflc. Its pow. r in this direction
is nothing short of wonderfnl. Guaranteed to
benefit or cure in every case, or money refunded.
J. E. Montrose, Manager.
Friday Eve, Feb. 3.
SjKcial enparement f the legitimate
MR JOSEPH MURPHY.
upported by a cari'f lily selected dramatic com
pany in ihe greater of all Irish dramas.
Tlie Kerry Gow
riayed by him wiih unparalleled sue res in all
me principal rtnog ana leading tnea
tors in America.
"A comedy-drama withiut an eonal ." present
ing rot only reiiitic pictnrvs of life ami l vein
the EmeniM Isx, tint an every day tale in every
Trices S1.00. 75, 5i, and i5 cen's. Reserved
scats to be M-rurrd at the Harper Hoanc phar
macv inree ays In ndvancv.
urtis Opera House,
Sunday and Monday,
FKK. 5 ftil 6.
MATINEE SUNDAY, !i:30.
LINCOLN , re. - l
Scenery. Flight of
the Fast Mail. Ki
aeara Falls by the
Moonlight with a
Boiline Miat. Prac
tical Working En
gine and 14 Freight
Oars, with Illumi
nated caboose. The
Dago Dive Real
istic River Scene
and Steamboat Ex
And One Hundred Oiber Startling Effects.
Prices 2Sc, 50c, Jl. ladies' best reserved
seats at Uttinee 50c. Secure seats at usual
Q rand Opera House.
MATINEE AND NIGHT;
Sunday, February 5th.
The AL.G. FIELD
40 Peerless Ce'cbrlties 40
Always the Bent !
Kvery Feature of tie HigheFt Orade !
' Grand Spccttcul&r First Part In Camp
Frank E. McNish,
(Th original) Silence and Fun.
The Laughable Bnrlesqne,
The Darktown Circus!
Or, America dicovi ring Columbus, and many
char novel featnres .
Grand street parade at 1 1 :30 a. m , ; prand con
cert tip m The only Mintrel company Id
America owning and nsinc their on train of pal
ace cars. JNO. W. VOGEL, Bus. Mgr.
IT IS UIMIMECERS
," 1 111,1 i. i .im.,.. ', , -jgrw-i.
To enter into a great long sensational article regarding the extra
ordinary reductions in price we have made throughout our entire
stock. The fact is, we have just let the contracts for the manu
lactunng of our spring stock, previous to t he arrival of which
we are b ound to unload, and this is
$ 7.50 Men's Overcoats at $5 00, worth $10.00
10.00 Men's Overcoats at 7.50 " 12.50
13.50 Men's Ulsters, dandies, at 8.90 " 18.00
Men's warranted not to rip pants at $1.00, $1.25,
$1.75, and $2.00. Just as good as those other
dealers advertise at $2.50.
The prices quoted above are what the goods are worth-the
price we have been selling at and the reduced price. We guar
antee the reductions a positive saving in every instance.
Best Equipped Clothing and Sho? Hoys? in Rock Island County 1729 2d
THE RIVERSIDE OAK
will keep fire all night with soft coal;
will not es or stmke; heavy steel body;
lnre ash pan. Call arid examine this
wondeiful stove sold hy
The Verdict of Great Artists
In Favor of the
From a large number of letters in posse eion of
the mann'actnrers Indorsing the superiority of
the Kimball Piano we mention the following well
known mne'.c'ar.s who have used and recommend
Adelina Pstti, Sic. Tomcno, Pig. Sarasste,
Lllll Lehman, Max Alvary. Oiiie Musln,
Winnie Hank, g Pel Puente. C. Behrens,
Mme. Albanl. Sig. Arriiti, P. S. G'lmore,
Wme. Nordics. Eniil Fischer, A. D Kovellig.
Fursch-Madi, Pig. Peroti. Emil Liebllng,
Mme. Fabri. S-.g. Keelli'. t has. Knntel,
Clementine de V. re, W. C. . Senocck
Ana many other prominent magicians of Eur.
ope and America.
The piano thus indorsed by the collective
Renins and authorities of the wor'.d may b found
In large variety, together with the Kimball, Heed
am Portable pipe orgaos as well as well as the
celebra ed Ballet A Davis and Emerson piatoe of
cheaper make, at the warerooras of
I ROY BOEBY'S.
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Ball Headquarters.-
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the finest brands of domestic
and imported ciirars. All brands of tobacco.
The score ef all the ball games wl1! be received
L. QLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
1808 Second Avenue.
We expect to show the largest
and handsomest assortment
of spring goods it has evei
been onr pleasure to open in
Rock Island. The advance
guard has arrived- more to
follow right away: This
week we propose to give you
a benefit in the
F J. YOUNG, Proprietor.
1728 Second Av.
Is now lucated in his new shop.
At 324 Seventeenth Street
S-Ligntshoe.a.pocilty. Opposite the Old aui
$15.00 Men's Overcoats
18.00 Men's Overcoats
22.00 Men's Overcoats
Big reductions in Boys'
Wash Goods OeDt
By opemng orje case of rj
a yard; eplendli quality.,,
fine styles. Aterthis
will sell none at that Wf
Other goods here which
want you to eep.
in the best make? at
1803 Second Avenue,
$11.00, worth $19-5
12.00 " 20.0c
Suits, Boys Knee
ave., 116 to 120 18th St