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8 THE ARGUE, TTCDNBSPAY, OCTOBER 21. 1890.
DflWna mn tt? nirn
People to Vote on a Tax
the Court House Debt.
AN OBLKJATIOI OF TEE OOUSTY.
Board Kxtaad. tha iMmmi O rar a Per
iod of T.n Yaara la Which to RmlM the
Moo.7 Hmcuu to Liquidate th. Paper
Ordarad IasoadTwe Years Ao.
In November the people of Rock
Inland county will vote on a propo
sition to extend a tax of AO per cent
on each $100 of valuation for a
period of 10 yearn for the purpose of
raising the mcney to pay off the
1125,0 0 court house debt, which
was ordered assumed in the issuing
of bonds in that amount by the pop
ular vote of the people two years
A wrong impression seems to have
gained currency with reference to
this matter, many thinking that an
additional burden is being imposed
by the county. It will be remem
bered that the proposition be
fore the people in 1891 was simply
whether they would consent to
the county spending f 25.000
on a new court house, and if ao to
order the sale of bonds representing
tbat amount. The people of thi
county with very general ac
cord approved of the course, and the
result is today Rock Island is having
completed one of the finest court
bouses in the west; a building that
will stand fot generations as a mon
ument to the enterprise of the good
people of the county.
Flrat Payment Coming Daa.
The first payment on the bonds
will soon come due. And at the
coining election the people are sim
ply asked to finally approve of an
obligation which they assumed two
Cra'le & Co reliable livery,
.'n the Heart of the Hills."
The best broom Lee's Little Gem.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Taylor are in
Mrs. E. G. Spaulding is visiting in
Third day of McCabe's 26th anni
Twelve-cent oriental laces 6 cents
a yard. McCabe's.
Best English G-piece chamber sets
11.22. Mc'Jabe's sale.
Ladies' 20-cent handkerchiefs for
10 cents. McCabe's sale.
The moat satirfactory results come
from The Ancrs want ads.
Watch for tho opening chanters of
In the Heart of the Hills." "
Crash toweling 2 cents a yard.
McCabe's 20 th anniversary sale.
Hamler's players continue to please
big audiences at Harper s theatre.
Dollar glnce kid gloves, four pearl
buttons, .r)9 cents. McCabe's sale.
Dr. R. M. Pearce and bride have
returned from their honeymoon trip.
Dolly Bros, are putting out some
very reliable shoes at bedrock prices.
Floor matting 12 cents a yard in
stead of IS cents. McCabe's October
McCabe Bros'. 26th anniversary
sale all this week. Souvenirs every
Good kitchen knives and forks, 2
cents instead of 5 cents. McCabe's
The Argits has arranged for a de
lightful new serial, "In the Heart of
When ordering carriages remeBH
ber Cralle & Co. Careful drivers and
C. F. Lynde and T. P. Laflin
are off on a hunting expedition in
Minnesota ana lowa.
Make your wants known in The
Akrus want column, and you will
not be found wanting.
Charcoal, hard and soft coal, coke,
hard wood and kindling at Mc
The first installment of The
Allot s new serial, "In the Heart of
me liius." win appear in a few days.
Go and hear Lain Bros', marvel
ous phonograph Thursday evening
at iuo uaiuisi cuurcu. Admission
Another kid glove chance: Ladies'
gluce kid gloves, four pearl buttons.
all the latest colors and blacks, 1.19
instead olfl a. McCabe's sale.
a . .
ocai ana instrumental music
rendered by the Edison phonograph
at the Baptist church Thursday
evening. Everybody go. Only 25
The Misses Garner return home
to O.tomwa this evening after
pleasant 10-davs' visit at the borne
of Mt. and Mrs. S. A. Kerns, 814
A jiiot debate between C J.
SearleV of, this city, and A. P. Mc
Guirk, of Davenport, baa been ar
ranged to come off at SL Joseph's
fair, Armory hall. Friday evening.
George Taylor has returned from
Colorado Springs, where he attended
the forty-third annual c invention of
the international Typographical
union, croinar as a delrn-ata frnm
Twin City anion 107.
Grace Lutheran ladies will give an
yster supper at the home of Rev.
nd Mrs. J. I.. MorDhT at IUm.
wood park tomorrow evening. A
musicale will follow the supper.
All are cordially invited.
The republican cloba with
band left over the C. R A r i m.
afternoon for Peoria where they par
ticipate in tbe demonstration tonight
iu uunur oi 10m neca, returning
home tomorrow morning.
A. R. Talbot, of Lincoln. Neb., law
partner of William J. Brvan. damn.
cratic candidate for president, passed
turuugu me city yesterday on his
way to Fulton to attend a meeting of
the Modern Woodmen directors of
nom ne is one.
Miss Ella G. Tavlor baa rnna
Springfield as a delegate from the
Central Illinois conference to attend
the 15th annual meeting of the board
oi managers oi tne w oman's Home
Missionary society of the Methodist
Dr. Joseph De Silvn is havinirnlnn.
drawn bv Drack A K
-story frame residence to ha
at the corner of Twenty-fourth street
anu oevenin avenue in (iregg's addi
tion. It will beicnmnimlintii hnma
modern in all respects, and will cost
Dr. Clouser. the noted
doctor, is located at 1601 Fourth av
enue, where all are invited to call on
lm ior tree consultation. AH cures
one bv simplv lavinir nn hand.
Best of recommendations and testi
monials can be seen at his office. All
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Arnold. 9990
Fourth avenue, entertained the Jnllv
Octavo Cinch club on the occasion of
the first meeting of its second year
last evening in a most cnarming
manner. Mrs. John Stenc.1 and
George Sutcliffe took the ladies' and
gem s nrsi prizes, wntie Mr. and Mrs.
Reece captured the booby prizes.
Malcolm McPhail. defendant in the
sensational breach of promise suit
brought by Mrs. Etta Trovillo, while
he was rnnnino- a dro trnniim itn
Reynolds in partnership with Wil
liam Mclntyre, passed through Rock
isiauu uu iiis way to unicago touay.
He was accompanied bv Mrs. Mc
Phail, a northern lady" whom he
wedded at the conclusion of the
breach of promise suit. Mr. and
Mrs. McPhail have been visiting at
BANNER HOISTED BY BOYS
Highest Honors World' Fair,
Mil f I 1
1 A. M
MOST PERFECT MADE.
A pure Grape Cram of Tartar Powder. Free
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulter mt.
4jO YEARS THI STAMOAUX.
Vaaaa- Repablleaas Bate a Daaaaaatratloa
a aiaateaata atna.
Republican juveniles ra;sed a flag
on the Rosenfield premises on Nine
teenth street yesterday afternoon.
The event attracted a crowd nf ahnnt
one hundred boys, who made things
iiveiy in mat, neiguDornooa lor a
Charley Searle was the spokesman
of the occasion. He was right at
home anion? the little ones and iol.
lied them along with quite a talk
aoout tne gran a old party. There
were also a few vocal selections by
Abe Rosenfield, who rendered "The
New Bully" and a campaign song,
the title of which he absolutely re
fases to divulge, in his own peculiar
The 1-story frame dwelling of
James Kane, 2613 Eighth-and-a-half
avenue, was destroyed by fire about
l o'clock this morning. The Cen
tral and No. S companies turned oat.
Dut tne names bad the building
nearly consumed before their arrival.
The household effects were mostly
The fire was caused by a defective
The loss is $503; insurance fl00.
BlK StaaUaa; at Kaatagtaw. .
Hon. E. W. Hurst and Charles Bn-
ford spoke at Edgington last even-
The meeting waa th larcrpnt avar
held in Edgington or the south end
. .... . . .
" " county, people coming from
. wu dccwiuu to aitenu it- Den
Fountain, of Andalusia, presided.
Mr. Prince's reception in Edgington
- " '""f nut a unci nail tne
namwt oi people.
Tonight Hon. E. W. Hurst and E.
H. Guyer speak at Reynolds.
" waj Vm cara
uiseise is to establish health. Pure,
rich blood means good health. Hood's
Sar3ap,ri11a is thi nra tm
. - uiuuu
punher. It tones op the whole sys
tem, gives appetite and strength and
causes weakness, nervousness and
paia to disappear. No other medi
cine has auch a record of wonderful
cures as Hood's Sarsaparilla.
Hood's Pills are the best after-dinner
pill; assist digestion, prevent
constipation. 25 cents.
Fair and warmer tonight; partly
clondy Thursday. Todav's temper
ature 40. F. J. Wtu. dbeervav
To Vara a M tm Um ftajr
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tab.
lets. All druggists refund the
money if it fails to core. 25 eenta
What job need is something to
cure you. Get Dr. Kay s Resuvator.
(Ok! v-( r
Xith a better understanding of tbe
transient nature of the many phys
ical ills, which vanish be for proper ef
forts gentle efforts pleastantrirurta
rightly directed. There is comfort in
the knowledge, tbat so many forms of
sickness are nut due to any actual dis
ease, but simply to a constipated condi
tion of the system, which the pleasant
family laxative. Syrup of Figs, prompt
ly removes. Tbat is why it is the on'y
remedy with millionsof families, and is
everywhere esteemed ao highly by all
who value good health. Its beneficial
effects ane due to the fact, that it is the
one remedy which promotes internal
cleanliness without debilitating tbe
organa on which it acts. It is therefore
all important, in order to get its bene
ficisi effects, to note when yon pur
chase, that yon have the genuine arti
cle, which is manufactured by the Cali
fornia Fig Syrup Co. only and sold by
all reputable druggists.
If in tbe enjoyment of good health,
and the system is regular, laxatives or
other remedies are then not needed. If
afflicted with any actual disease, one
may be commended to the most skillful
physicians, but if in need of a laxative,
one should have the best, and with tbe
well-informed everywhere, Syrup of
Figs stands highest and is most largely
used and gives most general satisfaction.
Always Fresh Good
Are the groceries and
fruits and vegetables
bought of Rock Island's
leading grocers Hess
Bros. Anything yon
don't see ask for it.
Spinach, Oyster Plant, Rad
ishes, Spanish, Onions, Hub
bard Squash, Egg Plant,
Soup Bunches. Head Lettuce,
California reaches and
Pears. New York Crapes,
Delaware Crapes, Orange,
Quinces, Preiervtnc rears.
1'ickling rears, Tokay Crape
choice Kiting Apples, (tweet
Apples. Cranberries, Butan
es, Oranges, Cocoanuts.
Dressed Spring Chickens,
Oisters, canned and Im'k,
Buckwheat Flour. Maple
Syrup. CnetnuD. llkwry and
Hazel Nuts. All orders will
receive our usual prompt at
tention. Kespectfully, .
special : :
Elegant Styles and All Widths.
Better Values Than Ever.
HIGH SCHOOL SHOES.
Kangaroo Calf j
$2.25 and $2 75- ;
Cannot be equalled for wear.
Very stylish also.
17 1 7 Second Avenue.
MONARCH OF 11 IE
Hard Coal Date
Smooth Castings. Perfect Mount
ings, Elegant Trimmings, with
mors food points than any
CALL AND SEE THEM.
11-11? SECOND AVENUE.
An AfterD imr Speech
P4cIIn&yrQ-Mecl! Djy Goods co.
THE BARGAIN CENTER m mad mi Secoad Aveaaa. Ga4 i--t n
A Great Slaughter Sale.
1 ne Traffic Death of Edson Keith.
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Drets Goods and Silks.
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Made by a bon vivant who
knows n good thing when
be tests it, says: "In re
sponding, I may say I
never ate a belter dinner
and such fine Lread. or I
never taste t such delicious
cakes and pastry, and I will
ask a favor of jou to give
me the address of the
KRELL & MATH.
Of course, who else could It
le? They are the only first
class bakers in the three
cities. When In need of
anything la the line of
FANCY CAKES. ROLLS.
CREAM PUKKS. PIES.
PATTY SHELLS, CAKES
or any special line of Cakes
for a party or reception be
sure to give
KRELL & MATH
your order and then yon
will feel at ease, as yon
know what they turn oat is
Phone UM 171S-1718 Seecnd Ave.
I THREE THINGS I
Price, Quality, Assortment, k
j THE LEADERS IN FUnNITlJLlE.
Fnter more largely into the tct of buying than any
thing else. If the price is right, the quality good, as
sortment complete, buying is easy. That is urhat
iriakes Furniture buying easy it our store. We've got
the stock, the prices, the quality, and can suit the
wants of all in Furniture.
Latest designs in all desirable woods, and prices that
others can't touch, quality of goods considered.
Chamber Suits An elegant line of best goods at
various prices and the latest in style of design. Some
thing new in Sideboards, Book Cases, Center Tables,
this fall Call and look at the line and satisfy yourself.
NEVER AS PRE1TV. NEVER AO TJANY 6TVI.ES.
NEVER AS LOW DT PRICE.
Besides there it something (n the touch, finish and sty!e of
v i a
That distinguishes it from all other makes and which merit alone can produce. Parents who take pride la
seeing thtir bos look neat and natty, should, by all means, visit oar boys' department
And thy aw decidedly the s eetest. cutest, latest and handsomest we hare ever shown. If you are looking
for a Utile better art.de at a less price than you expected to pay, by all means visit
EST. cz, TWZ
Sole agents for Du,-an & Hudson's Iron Clad Boys Shoes The best shoe on
earth, and a guarantee with every pair.
Headquarters for Fine Clothing and Shoes