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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, OCTOBER 2, 181)15.
Try The Akui's want column.
Fresh oysters at Krell & Math's.
Dress goods sale at MeCabe Bros.
The Andrews Opera company to
night. La Ma-eotte" at the theatre to
night. Oysters served in any style at Krell
Oysters hv the can or dish at Krell
J. C. Adams returned to Chicago
Ice cream or oysters at Krell &
W. S. (Jrove. o Tort Byron. wain
the citv todav.
Storm serges. 2vc and 8!'c per yard,
at MeCabe Bros.
Frances McCartney and wife have
returned from their honeymoon.
City Wcighmaster Kimball's total
receipts for September were $33.40.
The Andrews Opwra company in
La Ma-cotte" at Harper's this even
ing. Mrs. Kate Hall, of Portland. Ore.,
is on a visit to l.er sister, Mrs. George
Mr. and Mrs. 1). J Sharp of Salt
Lake City Utah, are registered at
Big bargains $50 Singer sewing
machines fur $;5o cash at Bennett's
Big bargains $50 Singer sewing
machines for $30 cash at Bennett's
Read your own Ai;as. If vou
don't take one. you should. Don't
you think so?
The Santa Maria society, will hold
a meeting tomorrow evening at the
Lost An open-face silver watch.
Finder will receive reward by leaving
same at this oflice.
The greatest drives in dress goods
this week at MeCabe Bros., ever
sdiowri in this section.
Matthew Hogan dunned a mail
sack today. Henry Bnrris having gone
to Chicago 'or a week.
It you have anv house to rent,
place them with Kiddy Bros"., and
'.hey will be rented at once.
Ladies attend the grand fall
polling at Blackburn & Co's T ties
lay. Wednesday and Thursday.
The formal opening of the Y. M.
C. A building will probably take
place the first week in November.
Ernt Harris, of Kansas City. Mo.,
spent Sunday with his parents, on
his way home from the World's fair.
The service on the Tower line has
been reduced to two cars with half
liour cars between 5) a. ni.and 6 p. m.
B. II. Nichols left last evening for
Milwaukee, where he has accepted a
position with the Adams Express Co.
Miss Bose Hengstler has returned
to her home in Chicago, after a pleas
ant visit with relatives in Rock Isl
and. A sociable will be given at the Aik
en street chapel Thursday evening,
Oct. 5. Light refreshments will be
Fred Ha-- lias returned from St.
Paul, w here lie was called three week?
ago by the death of his son-in-law. as
uoted at the time.
Mi-- ('. Hass cordially invites all
tier friends and patron-, to her an
nual oiwtiing of tine millinerv, Tues
day and Wednesday, Oct. ord and 4th.
W. B. Eikhultz returns to Chicago
fodav. where he makes arrangements
to go to South America on some im
portant electrical construction work.
Tea. eofTee or chocolate with a fine
dish of fresh oysters and a few nice
fresh buns is what makes a rich meal,
and to get the same go to Krell &
M. B. Freshman, for two years the
efficient bookkeeper at the Rock Isl
and plow works, has accepted a posi
tion in Chicago and will move his
Have you seen .the styles for this
winter? If not, be sure and attend
the fall and winter opening at Black
burn fc Co's, Tuesday. Wednesday
M. B. Freshman will lie glad to
have any of our citiens who wish to
liny lioii-idiold good- regardless of
lir-t cost, call at his residence. 1 1 1 4
The auction sales in dress goods in
New York last month, shows the
wide extent of the financial distress.
It was MeCabe Bros', opportunity,
and may be yours.
Le Rov Stephens died vestcrdav at
111.' Fifth-and-a-half avenue. of
cholera infantum, aged months.
The remain.- were shipped to Hills-
daie this morning for interment.
MeCabe. Bros, were in New York in
September during the great auction
sales of dress goods. Their adver
tisement in another column shows
only a very few of the great snap
which they secured.
Lieut. A. A. Cabamis and wife,
Lieut. W. F. Clark and Lieut. M. H.
Barnum are at the Harper. The
lieutenants are all of the regular ar
my and have been assiged to duty at
Bock Island arsenal.
A silver plated tube attached to one
of the lamps on B. F. Knox's hearse
was lost between Rock Island and
Moline the other day. The finder
will confer a favor bv leaving it at
Knox's undertaking rooms. '
S. P. Henderson, for some time
past the efficient night operator of the
C., R- I- & P-i been promoted to
day operator instead of F. W. Delano,
resigned, and L. V. Grandon has ac
cepted Hie position oi nini opciaioi
Two changes were made in the
waterworVs forces today, William
Conghlin, who for some time past has
been a fireman, has been promoted
to" engineer in -Engineer Reddig's
c o f-
place, an I Joseph Winkler made
fireman in Mr. Coughlin's place,
Madame La Moss, of Boston, the
renowned clairvoyant, is located at
191S Third avenue. She is noted for
her accurate and truthful reading of
the past, present and future. All in
terested will L-all and consnlt her.
Will remain but a week or 10 days.
- Dr. J. J. Roche, formerly of Dav
enport, met a peculiarly distressing
fate in Chicago Thursday. He was
driving on Ashland avenue, when his
horse ran away, and colliding with
the bridge the doctor was precipitat
ed into the river and drowned. His
body was recovered yesterday.
This m( rning. about 10 o'clock,
Chief Brat m. of the fire deparmcnt,
saw a blaze at the old carpenter shop
behind Trcniann & Sons' meat mar
ket. He ran down and found that
some shingles had been blown on the
electric ligut wires and were burn
ing. The blaze was qvtickly extin
guished ar.d no damage done.
Alex Allrrdvce, a piano tuner from
Chi e:tgo. Will be in Mock Island on
the tir.-t Monday in each month in
the future He has been coming
here at stated periods for the last
three years, and has a tine trade es
tablished. Parties requiring piano
tuning or repairing can leave orders
at Woodyat t's music house. He can
furnish the best of references from
our own citizens as well as others.
Tyndal 1'almer. of Philadelphia,
has tiled in the oflice of the clerk of
the circuit clerk a suit for libel i
against Eastman & Jordan, of the
Moline Republican-Journal, for i
O'to damag s. The Moline paper
published Oct. 3, '92, a telegraph
item that Palmer had embezzled
$450.o 1 0 in South America. Three
hundrccd other papers, including
others in this vicinity, published the
The Tri-C ty Packing and Provision
Co. has a move on it over in Daven
port. Despite the stringency,
ground has been broken for the line
new packinghouse, located at Cook's
Point, just below the city. The
structure w 11 be of brick, three sto
ries high, ai d SfixlSs on the ground.
The work of laying railwav switches
to the stock yards will begin verv
soon. The company seems to be in
An awkwi.rd teamster with a heav
ily loaded wagon collided with a
wagon belonging to C. R. Campbell,
living south of Milan, and in which
two ladies were seated, on Second
avenue this mnrning and jerked one
of the wheels out of shape. Mr.
Cam pell va furious and demanded
reparation fi rthwith, so the teamster
took the demoralized buggy to a
wagon shop and had the proper re
C. C. Mclntire and his brother, W.
B. Mclntire, w ho are interested joint
ly in the Mclntire Bros", drv goods
houses in Bock Island and Oska
loosa, have ilfto-n-;"ed to change po
sitions, Mr. .dclntire moving to Os
kaloosa, and his brother returning to
Rock Island to manage the store here.
The regret that will be felt all over
by Rock Island over Mr. Mclntire's
determination to move awav is
lessened onh by the fact that it' is to
result in his brother coming back to
On Saturday the defense in the
Sinnet w ill case finished their testi
mony, and to lav at 2 o'clock the com .
p'.ainants began their rebuttal testimony.
Mrs. Fones, the woman brought
from (ieneseo by Sheriff Gordon last
week for cruelty to children, plead
guilty today in the county court and
was lined $7 and costs.
John Murphy, the man arrested
for stealing a pair of shoes from M.
& K. some time ago, went into the
county court today and pleaded
guilty to larceny, and was fined $1
and costs, and sentenced to 30 davs
in jail. When Sheriff Gordon
was about to lock him up he had
turned his back for a few mo
ments, when Murphy took advantage
of his being left alone, and bolted
through the lront door. He only got
as far as the corner of Fourteenth
street and Fourth avenue when the
sheriff had h:m covered and told him
to stop or he would shoot him. The
sheriff, by ti e way. is an excellent
shot and Mi rphy did have sense
enough to st p. He was retaken and
locked up in short order.
Local World'H Fair Visitors.
Mrs.-Morri-; Rosenfield went up to
the fair tni!a .
Charles Mellugh departeil for Chi
cago this moi ning.
Aid. and Mrs.C. F. Bladel leave to
morrow for Chicago.
T. II. Thomas returned Saturday
night from the World's fair.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Hodges leave
for Chicago tomorrow to see the fair.
Mr. and Mis. Henry Lemburg, and
?Q and Mrs. C. F. Gaetjer returned
Saturday evening from the World's
Mr. and Mrs. Emil Beck left today
for Chicago, where they will attend
the fair, Mr. Beck being also a del
egate to the a Illinois Masonic grand
Mesdames S. B. Ed son and E. W.
Hurst and M ss Agatha Edsou and
Misses Lucy and Blanche Buford
composed a p irty of World's fair vis
itors which left for Chicago this
Capt. J. M. Montgomery accompa
nied by Mrs. Montgomery and Miss
Anna Iontgo nery, left this morning
for Chicago, vhere Mr. Montgomery
attends the Masonic grand lodge
meeting, while his family will see the
Kates Lower Than Half Fare for Chicago
Iay at the World's Fair on Oct. 8th.
The Burlington, Cedar Rapids &
Northern railway will sell excursion
tickets, from all points'on its lines to
Chicago, at rates even less than half
fare for the round trip. Tickets are
on sale October 6th, 7th and 7th, good
to return on or before October 18th,
1893. For time of trains and other
information call on or address agents
of this company, or
J. E. Hanx'egax, G. T. & P. A.
The next and last Harvest excur
sion will be October 10th. overthe
Great Rock Island route, to all points
in Kansas, Nebraska, Colorado, In
dian Territory and Texas. Go on
this excursion and see the new land
occupied, or select your point in
Kansas, Colorado or Texas, where
you want to buy a piece of land for
a home. Low fare for the round
trip over the Great Rock Island
route. Ask ticket agent for particu
lars. Jons Sebastian,
Gen'l Pass. Ag't.
World's Fair Kates.
Burlington route, C, B. & Q. rail
vay, will sell 30-day limit excursion
tickets to Chicago and return at $6.97,
and excursion tickets limited good to
return any day to and including Nov.
15, 1893, at $8. For further informa
tion apply to
M. J. Yot'KG, Ticket Agent.
II. D. Mack Div. Pass. Agt.,
Rock Island. Ill
J. E. Montrose, Manager.
Monday Night, Oct. 2nd.
ANDREWS' OPERA COMPANY
La Mascotte !
Vndur the management of St. Faul toJge
No. 117 K. or I'.
Beservcii feats on sale ut Harper Douse Phar
macy Price , 35 aud 30 cent?
vVHEV YOU IT
W IRLJ'S FAIR
Do not iorget to see the ex
hibit of th General Elec
tric Company in the Elec
tricity Building, v e Intra
mural Railway equipped
with General Electric Com
pany's apparatus, the Elec
tric Launc es equipped
with Geut-ral Elr-cuic Oom
pan3''s motors, and the Gen
eral Elr-ctiic company's Arc
Lighting PUnt and Power
Generators in Machinery
BuSenDg from aUaenta pecular to thoir eez can
the reliable uterine corrective and tontc will per
manently relieve the worst cases. Book pivi-c
f nil particulars mailed free. Address: hoom 25
Whitaker Block, Davenport.
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NEW FALL GOODS.
Childkes's Caps made of eider
down flannels and other goods,
choice assortment beginning at
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Riyerside Oaks, Riyerside Ranges
Riverside Cooking Stoves.
Garland Hard Coal .Stoves.
The best tsor.roent of Stoves in the city.
1615 ant 1617 Mernnil Ay.
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New Scale Kimball,
Hallet & Davis.
Kim a Or
Instruments sold on easy
time pa) menu. Violins
and accordeons - ac half
j 815 Second Av.
-Base BaD Headquarters.-
Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
Always on hand the nneet brande of domestic
and imported ciiiar. All brands if tobacco.
The score of all the ball games wi'l be received
L. GLOCKHOFF, Prop.,
1808 Second Avenue,
Large Assortment of Dress Goods
received Saturday in plains,
plaids, mixtures, etc., beginning
as low as
and ranging up to $1.63.
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cd, color ii" v
Black Kid (;i.,,Vk r
Black Kid Gluvk-. , .
A few c..,Ts -.. v
Close Ituvcr- w;i; -. .
quarters for :r.l ,
Goods at low et ,;; ., .
jyiiisi LltCiH BROS
1709 and 1700 SonJ
Will be removed to the Columbia Store,
Where they will be sold at bankrupt pric.
FPANK G. YOUNG,
We Underbuy Undersell-Quick Sales. I pi
In a few days I will open
with a replete stock of Fail
and Winter Suitings at No.
1707 Second avenue, in the
store formerly occupied liv
II. 1). Folsom".
J. F. KO'ESFIELD. To E.riyrj
Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fife p
House Heating; and Sanitary Plumbing.
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We open the season with
Elegant Goods and
We arc prepare
as we have a'.ns
the right ::
One of the first impoi'ii Ip-ons to -earn about Boys' Clctliina is that reliable fabrics and good tailoring at fa:J
reasonable Drices, ate bv f ir ui satisfying to purchasers than are the many inferior grades at a less price.
Try our Fence Climbers. Novelties for children. v
Thoroughly meiitoiious knee and long pants eni's for boys of all ages, made to order, bearing oar label and
sold with our guarantee, cost no more than ordinary ready made, yet, in style and service they are decidedly better.
Would you prefer superior merchandise sold truthfully or the inferior grades sold by sensational methods.
The former are our chief inducements, the latter abound everywhere.
We aek nothing better than an honest test of our claims and if the best U good enough, then come and get it.
There is no icom for improve men t in the 6tyle, quality or price we are offering;
All new goods. Hot an old elyle.
Largest Shoe and Clothing Stores in Rock Island County.
Sboe 8tore 18C4 Second avenue Clothing Store 1729 Second Avenue, 116-122 Eighteenth St.