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XHJS AJKG US. MONDAY, FKlfKU Vhi 20. 1803.'
1:11 y chat.
Fire out sale nt the London.
Fire out le"t thtj London.
Fire! FireT Fire out tale at the Lon
don. Read the Columbia adv. on seventh
Read McCabe Broa.' adv. and save
Andrew Donaldson, of Rural, was in
thfi ell tsiriav.
Babr carriasret at the Columbia evean:
retail at wholesaleprices.
For sale cheap A (rood fresh Jersey
cow. Apply at this office.
Great tale of muslin underwear at Mo
Cabe Broa.' this Week. See ad.
Pee prices on baby carriages in the
Columbia's ady. on seventh page.
Did you see the crowd at McCabe
Bros.' great muslin underwear salet
It will pay tou to patronize the "intel
ligence columm" of Thr. Argus.
The London always undersell under
and all circnmstarces. Price and see.
Nice, new, 8nnd, undamaged goods at
prices less than anywhere. The Lon
Mrs. Johanna McMahon, of Chicago, is
in me city on a sbon visit to relatives and
Thow is the time to compare prices
when others pretend to sell cheap. The
Mr. and Mrs.. H. C. Asbbaugh. of
Eau Cliire, Wis., a e visiting relatives in
McCabe Bros, will sell you muslin un
derwear ibis week for about the cost of
John Dily and wife on Twentyfourth
street rejoice in the arrival of a little son
at their home.
Just now ice, new fresh goods
cheaper than d imaged gocdi. Price and
see. The London.
Specia' prices on housekeepers' linens
coniinnrd ibis week t McCate Bros.'
Some very choice thiii-s left.
L. M. Allen, agent of the C, R 1. &
P. road in the tri-cities, was in the city
today making acquaintances and friends
W. B. UllmaD, of the Moline Malle
able Iron warks recently destroyed by
fire, bag decided to rebuild on tbo old
site. - -
Mr. and Mrs. . W. Hurst give a
young people's party tonight In honor of
their guest, Mies Henrietta Oris wold, or
McCabe Bros, will have more clerks in
their muslin underwear department to
, morrow so that all may be waited on
The primaries are to be held at Milan
Saturday night to nominate candidates
for the town officers, the election to . oc
cur March 6.
Davenport's police force gave a mas
querade at Davenport Turnei hall Satur
day night. Two thousand people were
Now is the time to buy your children's
carriages at the Columbia. Ttey are
telling them cheaper than others can af
ford to buy them for.
F. T. Slevin, of Peoria, was in the city
yesterday, the guest of his friend, Maj.
L M. Buford. Mr. Slevin is a candi
date for revenue collector in this district.
A broken axle at Wilton Saturday
night on the Rock Island road caused the
ditching of five freight cars, delaying No
4 due here at 12:40 and trains following
about eight hours.
Moline's school election, with reference
to a High scbool site Saturday, resulted
in 530 votes for the Stevens lot, 82 for
the Good lot; azainst either, 890. Tbe
Stevens lot was selected.
The R-ck Island Cou nty Horticultural
society was to have met in Moline Satur
day, but there being but one member
present at the appointed time.be took an
adjournment for two weeks.
Billy Gibson has closed another match
for Farmer Burns, the bout to be with
J:k King at Decorab, Iowa, two weeks
from today, the purse for $400, of which
$300 is to g to the winner and $100 to
The Davenport Mile Track club has
raised the $20,000 in auWrinti
sary to insure the continuation of the en
terprise, and is now contemplating $5,
000 more in Rock Island and Moline for
working capital and with a view to mak
ing a tri-city affair.
Mrs. Le Lawrence Beauchaine, other
wise "Biddy McGee." of Divenport, was
convicted in the Scott county district
court Saturday of maintaining rooms fcr
Immoral purposes. The maximum pun
ishment is a $300 fine or six months im
prisonment in the county jail.
Corset covers 9c, 25c 39j, 60c, etc.
Chemises 25c, 39s, 49c etc. Drawers
25c, 89c, 49c, etc. Nitht gowns 39i,
50c. etc. up to better and finer grades,
all worth from 20 to 33J per cent more at
McCabe Bros.' great sale of muBlin un
derwear this week. Read a 3 v.
The first crinoline dress has been seen
on the streets of Galena. It was worn
by a silvery haired lady who is unfortu
nately sfflicted mentally and whose mania
runt to fantastic novelties in dress She
appeared on the streets attired in hoop
skirts of the widest pattern, and. need
less tr say, created a sensation.
The drivers on the bridge line have got
ten into into an abominable practice of
keeping the brooms used in their cars
weeping end up on . the end of the tsars
aid directly in such position as they will
wipe a person in the face or neck or en
tering the car when the platform is at all
crowded. The brooms should be kept
The only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder.-No Ammon ut; No Alum.
Used in Millions of Homes 4c 7ars th: 7 ; -aa.
under the sean of the cr or else left in
A jury was cmpanoeled in the county
couri this ruuroing to enquire into the
mental condition of Mrs. Barbara Seig
rist, the jury teing as follows: Dr. 8. C.
P ummer, W. W. Eggleston. J A John
son, Cyrus V.lentine, E. H. Wruht,
Junes L Maslm, John Bollman, Charles
Fiebig. a A. Baldwin, H. C Harris. L
L Knott and George W. Copp. The
case is being heard ibis afternoon.
Mestr. Emsr and Charles Dack, of
8ouih Rjca Is and. left on Saturdv for
Lincoln, 111., vith the four children of
Mrs. George Downs, formerly of this city
but bo of La Crosse. Wis., mention of
whose desiitut on in that city was made
in the A rous tome time ago. Tae chi -
aren wire oroi srbt here frm L Cross
and then taken to the Odd Fellows'o- phm
home at Lincoln, where they will be cred
lor. mere ai-e three boys and a girl
rangicg in ages from 4 to 13 yeart.
Mrs. Henry Burgower, on Seventeenth
street, met wit i aa unfortunate acciden
at ber home on Friday evening. While
out in the yard she slipped on an icv
walk and fell in such a manner that ber
right arm waa caught, her weight falling
on that member, fracturing it j ist above
tne wr;si. ne whs at once civen suriri
cal Htteniion and made as comfortable as
possible, but wU probably be incapa
citated for some time. It was only a yeai
ago that Mrs Ilurgower had the misfor
tune to sustain a fracture of a leg by a
The Temple auartett of Boston, with
the assistance cf MifS Fay Davis, reader,
gave a highly artistic and thoroughly
meritorious eutertainment at Harper's
theatre Saturday evening under the au
spices of the Roik Island Lecture associa
tion. The quartette vocal selections
"Hark, the Tiunpet," "Autumn Sunet,"
"Carnival ol .nice," The Oid Folks at
Uome." ' Kemember Iby Creator.'' ' A
Cannibal Maiden's Love.'' -'There was a
Man of Massa'.y" and "A L ttle Man."
were all exquisite, as wen? the afferent
solo numbers, while Ming Divis' readings
evinced nigh order of talent.
An A Red but Skillful Skater.
A curious th nfr hnnTVnp1 tho nttyor
U 1 I " - - -.
day. A gentler wn called to thank a re
porter ror wntr.iflr an artirlA nn Kl-ntinir
on the nark laki. It vas n snmriu
cause caiiers ordinarily come to "kick
and not to t)rai. This was an nlrt con.
tleman of more than threescore and ten,
but as active an 1 hearty as most men of
middle age. For one-half a century he
has been a 6kater. After his early youth
he laid aside his skates, as he thought,
forever. As years passed on his son be
came a youth with a desire to skim the
frozen pond. His father took down
Strain his skatpn. anil not. vrv1v ine4-rnu3
his boy, but kept on skating for years
Again he laiiTl
Then came his f rrandchildren, ani once
more ne was on -.he ice. There he is yet,
as enthusiastic a i pvpt on a .imntt .
pert. As he pas s in graceful glides he
leaves Demna nun tne smiles and beni
sons of alL H i carries wirh Viim &
sturdy, lovely oid age on the limbs of
aa . . . .
ruuuy youm. irving luncfcerbocker
was and is a fa nous skater, and long
may he live to be so. Albany Argus.
Public Diunera m llorr.
"Public dinners are becominc
and more of a nuisance to professional
men," said a dist neuished lawvf-rnf this
town somewhat pwvii-hly the otbe'-
night. "ow, why should an extremely
busy man lite m . self be ask tn Wr,to
several hours ol valuable time to the
preparation of an address on some im
portant topic for froe delivery before an
association in which I have no particular
interest? Oi cou -se I have the privilege
of declining, but when two or three
warm personal friends urue me to mm.
ply on the gi oun I of sociability, I have
to accept or else i ppear 6urly. In con
sequence I irive nn time whirb T run
hardly spare froi i my clients, am kept
up laie at night and go down to business
in the morninir w.th a headarbe or an at.
tack of indieestio:i." New York Times.
A Queer Adverttiwmrnt,
After advertising-several weeL-n. P. C
Quinby of Carthage, Ills., succeeded in
purchasing 1.500 .-Hta. Hp tjrnWl tY,-m
with advertisements of his business,
turned them loose, and in a few hours
every town within a radius of 30 miles
from Carthage was delnged with cats
advertising Quinby's store. Atlanta
Mai tt ia Parvo.
Becanre a thin? is small in file.
Think not t 111 pay to scorn It ;
Some lDi-ecte have a larger waist.
But lift less tban tbe borntt.
Fome peop'e may, perhaps, scorn, on account
of their dlmlnutivenen. Dr. Pierce's Pleaeant
Pellets. Bat a trial of them eocTinces the most
scornful skentio. that tiev will cnrernnitlrntinn
dTSpepola, sick and b Hons headache, quiaker
loan ineir jargcr warn .ea CDmpeutora, tae oid
Inauguration of Fisiident-oleet Cleveland
For this occasion tbe Burlington. Ce
dar Rtpids and Northern railway will sell
round trio excursion tickets to Washing
ton, L. v., from ail stations on its line
at very low rates Tickets on sale Feb.
28, March 1 and 2, good u return un
til and including ft arch 12, 1893. For
rates, tickets, time of trains and other
information, call n or a 'dress any
kgent oi tnis company or
J. K. Hanneqan,
Gen. Tkt. and Pass. Ag't,
Ctdar Rapids, Iowa.
The Weatb or Forecaat .
i"rr the next 24 hours, fair weather
and growing warmf r.
' A Mb Harvest lor tlie Hoy.
The heavy snowfalls brought calamity
in a curious way to Chiuese pheasants in
the northwest. The sleet and snow stuck
to their tails in such a manner that they
were unable to fly, and mischievous
boys seized the opportunity and captured
the birds by dozens and sold them.
The (axes for 1892 are now due and
may be paid to tbe undersigned at Hurst
& Donaldson's office in Masonic Temple
block. Please bring your last year's re
reipt, wh:cb will enable the collector to
fird your description on the tax books.
William J. Gamble,
Order Your Ice of Spence.
Rocs Tblaxd. Jan. 31. This is to no
tify tbe public that I have cut good sup
ply of good pure ice and that I am not in
any. combination. I am row redy to
make contracts for the coming season unci
would respectfully solicit a reasonable
share of patronage.
William T. Spknce.
408 Forty-second rtreet
LOOK AT THE
SIZE of the or
Think of all the
trouble and dis
turbance that it
thing easier to
take, and easier
in its ways, if
at the same time
it did you more
irood f That is the cas with Dr. Pieroe'a
Pleasant Pellets. They're the smallest in
size, the mildest in action, but the most
thorough and far-reacbiiu' in results. They
follow nature's methods, and they give help
that lasts. Constipation, Indigestion, Bilious
Attacks, Sick and Bilious Headaches, and all
derangements of the liver, stomach and bowels
are promptly relieved aim permanently cured.
" If we cant cure your Catarrh, no matter
now bad your case or or now ionj standing,
we'll pay" you t-VX) in cash." Tlat is what
is promised by the propriiors of Dr. Safre's
Catarrh Remedy. Doesn't it prove, better
than any words could, that this is a remedy
mat cures uatarrn l (josui omy au cents.
J. E. Montrose. Manager.
Friday, February 24th.
A Superb Attraction America's Great
est Comedy Organization,
Tn the Tremendoas Laughir.
PPP H H
P P H H
PPP H H H
P M H
P H H
the Best Comedy Orpan'aation Traveling. Pre
senting theFnDniest Coiredy of
A COMPART Or ARTIPTS.
Mr John Glendinning Miss Elsie o Wo'.fc
Mr George Giddpos Mn E J PhilMpt
Jr Harry Gwineue Mix Mary Penn-ld
Mr Renb Fax Mim Helm Stockwcll
MrKdgar Norton Mr William Maiton
Mr Jimcwa Lee Finney.
Sea's on sale Feb. Sid at Harper Hoae Fhar
mac. Pricef$1.75c. 50c, 25c.
J. E. Montrose, Manager.
Wednesday, February 22.
20-Noted Comedy Comtdian-20
in the cast.
Elaborately stuped with rprcial scenery and
mechanical effect, intrnducine a foil staed elec
tric street car in frdl view of the audience.
Frteea 1 T n. .a... ...
hoase ding etoro Monday, Feb. 20.
Bring a dray and a loaded
THE RIVERSIDE 0AE
will keep fire all nignt with soft coal;
will not eas or t-mokt; heavy steel body;
lare ash pan. Call and examine this
wondetful 6tove sold by
The Verdict of Great Artista
In Favcr of the
From a large nnmbcr of letters in possession of
th mann'actnrers indorsing the superiority of
the Kimhall Piano we mention tie following well
known mntic'arjg who bare nsed and recommend
Adelina Patti, gig. Tomgno, S.g. Sarasata,
Ltlli Lehman, Max Alvarr. 0ide Mnrln,
Mintie Hank, 8 r. D) Puente. . Behrenf,
Mme. Albant. Pig. Arditi. P. S. Gilmore,
Maae. N'ordica. Kmil Fiecher, A. D NotcIUs.
Fnrach-Madi, Sip. "eroti. Kmil Liebling.
Mme. Fabri. Sir. Hevelli. t has. Knnkel,
Clementine de YVre, W. C. E. Seeboeck
And many ether prominent masicians of Ear.
op and America.
Th piano tan indorsid by the collective
renins and authorities of the world may b found
n large variety, together with the Kimball, Reed
and Portable pipe organs as well as well as the
celebra ed Ballet A Daris and Emeraon pianos of
cheaper make, at the warerooms of
d. roy mm.
1726 Second Ave.
-Base Eal! Headquarters. -
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the flnet brands of domestic
and imported ciear. All brands of tahar.ro.
The score of a!l the ball games wi'l be received
L. GLOCXHOFF, Prop.,
1808 Second Avenne.
Now Open to All.
We are pleased to announce
that our Spring stock of dress
goods are here and on our
counters, handsomer than
tver and a stack of them.
The best we can say of them is
that people are buying thtm
freely, buy yours early while
you have first choice.
Some Special Prices
Cashmeres 1 0 cents.
Changeable Twills 25 cents.'
Changeants, 35 cents. 40 inch.
Henriettas, 49 in. very desirable, 49c
Prttty Checks, illuminted.'
Serges and all the bttter fabrics.
Heating and Ventilating Engineers.
Gas and Steam Fitting,
A complete line of Tipe, Brass Goods, Paekiu Hose.
Fire Brickj Etc. Largest and best equiDped
establishment west of Chicago.
DA Via tUAAjxJ Moline, HL I 1 12. 1 14 Weet SeTenteenth et
Telephon. 2063. Telephone 1148. RotkiMH.
Reidenoe Teleobone 1189
THE JIBST-0EA6S "
Is sow located in kit new chop.
At' 324 Seventeenth Street
W-Light.hoe.a.peeialty. Opposite the 0!d ni.
AD kind of Cnt Flower eontant on bani.
town HouKi Flow.r-S!orc-
Ci;e Mock from CenTal oark. the largeetln Iowa. m Brady etrcct. Davenport. U.
purse and carry off the
While here examine ,v,Q '
and elegant assorting8
foreign Sat eens LawC8) 0t
Randies, 8atin8 Mulls,
Remember flat Mr. mv, ,
Yoik. Hill b- in f
this week tc personally fr !
duce his perfumes at eZ
prices. v 41
1803 Second Avenue.
of the Brady street