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THE ARGUS. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1892.
An object lesson is sometimes given without intent.
should keep posted where they can buy Qroceiiea the coeapeat, u but
dollars can be sated bj keeping posted in prices.
Look over your book account and see what you are pay rig tor the
aumcous articles you buy daily, then go to ARNOLD'S and
He has the largest and beet selected stock without doubt in the thrae
ci!ie. One pKpce in his store is sure to convince anybojy that he
eannoe be undersold.
1620 Second Avenue.
a i I iT r rv a i r
Friday and Saturday, Dec, 16th and 17th.
FRIDAY, DEC. 16,
Misses, Child's and
Child's warm felt slippers, regu
lar price 85c sale price 65.
Misses warm felt clipper?, regu
lar jiict $1.00 sale pi ice 75c.
Misses kangaroo calf and Doug
las slices, regular price $1 40
Bale pric $1
Child's kat garoo calf and
ftfifigola shoes, regular price
f l.ia sa e price $85c.
CLi'd' g'vt spring heel shrse
tip C-2, iegu(ar price 75c
sale price 50c
Id ;-r on ( ff on all Misses,
e! il is rr toys tihoeofor Fii
da j or.lv.
SATURDAY, DEC 17.
Ladies finest hand tuned shoes, regular
pr ee $5.00 sale price $3.50.
Ladies fine hssd turned shoes,- regular
price $4 00 sale price $2 76.
Ladies flee patent leather. Vamp hand
turned shoe, rcgu'ar price $4 00
sale price 82.95.
L dies fine band turned shoes, regular
price $3.00 nrd $8 5 sala price $3 35.
Tt-.dies fine Dongola se wed shoes,
reguli.r price ?2 25 sale price 11 68.
Ladies all solid Doncol shoes, regular
j rice $1.50 sale prine $1 10.
10 per cent off on all -rm lined goods.
Nye and Burbank at the theatre to-nitht-
Bill Nje and A. P. Burbank, Friday,
Buy your Christmass trees at Brooke &
Home made tour kraut at Brook? &
Choice Christmass candies at Brooks fc
Ask your defers for the Black Hawk
brand or oysters.
Dancing school at Turner hall every
When buying fresh oysters, buy the
Black Hawk brand.
If you want the beat buy Uhe Blnkc
aaw a. or an a oysters
A fine line of candies a Krell & Math's
for the holiday trade.
Christmas trees and tree ornaments, all
8'ies, at Krell & Math's.
Two rooms to rent, OTer David Don's
store, 1617 Third avenue.
Pure strained honey at Brooks &
Thierman, telephone No. 1138
Hon. W. P. Crawford of Taylor Ridge.
was in the city yesterday on business.
Fine celuloid boxes, shell boxes and
saan lined baskets ai Krell & Math's.
Wanted A competent cirl for central
housework. Apply at 1182 Third
Revolvers, old shoes, hogs and dos.
and all s-t of lioxes flllid with candies
at Krell & Math's.
New England bulk mince meat, straw
berry, raspberry and Ritter's appl-
Duller at 15 rucks & Thierman.
Seed your orders for game, fish loh
sters, clams. 6hell and canned oysters to
Hury SmytheV, 1319 Second bVcnu;.
Miss Blanche Warren is home fr m
Monticello seminary where she his been
attending school. A fall the sustained
praire 1 an ankle, from whfch she is un
able to be aout.
"8now White and the Seven Dwarf" is
one of the prettiest operettas con eivable
It will be presented at Harper's theatre
next Tuesday night by local talent for
tb benefit of the Ninth street M. B.
Mrs. E. P Remolds left last night for
Kansas City where she will be joined by
Hon. J. W. Simonaon and wife, and
little son of Port Byron, and the prty
will proceed to California to spend the
A handsome little locomotive has been
received at Milan that will be used in
connection with the ork on the Hen
nepin canal. It is built on the plan of an
ordinary swi'ch engine with a small ten
dir. snd will be used on tracks that will
he buiit in the vicinity of the work on
A fine new upright pin.no was received
at the rooms of ihe Schnell clu'i rent
day, it being a Christmas gift to the cluh
from Matthias Senell. in whos" hon
the organization was named It is
handsome ornament to the rooms and
will be used for the first time at theelut
literary entertainment this evening.
162? Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
Many New and Novel Styles. See them.
Riding Boots, fur lined.
Boudor Slipper, eight new
Ooze Calf, Seal.
Patent Leather, Plush
and Morocco Slippers,
all colors and styles.
SPECIAL. LADIES9 DEPARTMENT.
0I, 303' W... Second 'St.. Davenport
314 BRADY STREET,
Te Fata and Wintfb Goods aTe new DAVENPORT,
,n- Vnntin'bfr we are thtwirg ;Le JcrgtBt cud n.ost varied
af,fortmi;t of D( mestio and IwjoriTEi cods in the three
fruits made to your measure from 20 to 1 10; Trou
Mb XLAm to your measure $5 to $12
.Nye ud Iturbamk.
TonishtBiil Nve and A. P. Furbsnk
lecture at Harper's theatre ard the fam
ous lecturers will undoubtedly be greeted
by a crowded house. The following is
the p-osrrsmme to be presented:
a. A E.lad of E ist and West Ki line
b. "The Wreck of the Julie Plante," Anos
'T' e 3ongested Humor of Old England."
"Enjoy lire whilf yon We,
For you will be alone time dead."
"Rip Van Winkle" Act. 1 Boucicau't
"H&w Shall We Keep Our Wives at Home
"I'd rather have a pood hi mont'rv
Than be zaruiabed: 11 overwitb passementerie.''
a. "A Basket of Flowers," Annals of a Baby
b. "Tae:-hip of Fat'.b." Anou
Re iding Selected after seeing the audience
"And now, kind friends, wuat I have wrote,"
I hope von wil pas? o'er
And not crit'Cise, as -nme baa done,
"The Sbaughraughn.'' Bou:icault
Es.'ay, "Here.Dear F iends. Our Pathways Folk'
"Conic all, kird friei.ds, both f:ir and near,
Ob, cume and tee what you can bear.11
A Chill Enjoy
The pleasant fl vor. gentle action and
soothing effect of Sjrupof Figs, -when
in need of a laxative, and if tbe father or
mother be costive or bilious, the most
eratifyine results fo'low its use. so that
it is the best family remedy known, and
every family should have a bottle.
Advertised List No. SO.
LI at ' letters unsalled for at the pastofisa at
Roak Island, 111. Dec. 16,1899-
Cronner T O
H . ler Jon H
Lutrell A lie. Mr.
Kicbulaen W A
Pell Frederick W A
fiv r Thos J
Rl- harden Jae B
Rohtnson JoHetibiac Mr.
Stnckey B n K
Webe Ka en
Wilk. W W (2)
Tnn Dorpe lime:
IluWihi Wkix.. Poatnattar.
Tnau ana Kow.
In ancient da;, for many an ill,
We .sen to tike a big blue plli.
It did so surely ti ar and grip,
W felt for purgatory ri.
T3ay. when sick, we ta-e Dr. Pierce'. Pleasant
Pellets. They ar. " gently a; erient or strongly
cathartic, according to sire of dose. Cores sick
headache, bilious haadache, con-tipatlon, indi
Wtion, bilions attacks and all derang ments of
the liver, stomach and bowels. Pat up . in via'.,
hermetically sea'.eJ, hence always fre-h and re
liable. Purely vegetable, they operate without
disturbance to the s stem, diet or occupation.
Bold tv druesists. at 5 cents a vial.
Kxearwio. Rata, fur Christmas ud Mew
The C, M. & 8t. P. railway will eel
excursion ticliets for one far and one
third. Tickets on sale Dec. 24th, 85:h,
25 'b and 81sl and Jan. 1st and 2d. good
to return up to and including Jan. 3d,
1893. Tickets sold within a distance of
200 miles. S. D. W. Holmes, Agent.
Dec. 13 George Schafer to Lewis
Guldenzopf, part lot 8, block 10. old
Town or Rock Idmd. fl.500.
Lars P. Nelson and John Ostium to
JohnP Soman, prt lot E, Child's second
add., Molioe, $1,100
Emma D. Ve'.ie to Lira P. Nelson and
Jabn Ostium, part lot E. Childs Second
add , Mokne, tl.
L 3 McUabe to J 0. H. Read lot 18.
undi,. i lots 4 and 6, block 6 First
rutmriunt add . Molme, undiv. lot 2.
block six. Second Fairmount add.. Mo-
E W. Hurst to J. C. H Read, und i
lot 2, bloek 8, 8econd Fairmount add
ard und 4 lot 4 an 5. block 6, First
Fairmount add , Moline f 300
E. H.Guyer to J-C. H. Read, lots t
r4 14 ai d und. J lots 4 and 5, block 8
Firt Fii mount add , and und. t lot 2
block 6. Second Fairmount add., Moline,
M . H Arp to A W. Wadsworth. lot 7.
block 1, Child's Second add., Moline j
S. AAA C
14. N. J Bl ckman to Steohtn F.
OJell, lots 9 and 10, block 1, Biackman's
add., Moline. $750
Licensed ta Wed.
Dec. 10 Gustaf T. Johnson. Tda J
Larson. Moiine; Albert Seaholm, Mary
12. Herman Schumacher. Rock Island.
Anna Stuck, Moline; Charles B, Berry,
iuaggie siewrt, Moline.
Alfied Hamquist, Alma L rson, Rock
ford; Jonn D Ueeren. Annie tfboemiker
Coe; Andrew Hall, Amanda Anderson,
We Are Showing-
14 Ccnsei vttorebtp of Margaret
Uirge. fotition bv conservator to mort
e tire w aid's real ts'ate fcr her support
Assignment of N -rthtrn Mitirg &.
R-ilyCo. Assignee's report tiled and
approved and order for u.Hrib ltion
Estate of Annie L. Craiij. Band of W
N. Craig as administratsr filed and ap
15 Estate of A'bert L. Smith,
ters of administration issued to
Smith. Bond filed and approved.
Estate of Elizabeth Campbell.
I usee lit buil - Uounb Sjrup in my
family and found its work marvelous '
Mo household is complete without it
Cbas. Schobert, 32 Norris St . Balto
The Marked Success
of Scott's Emulsion in consump
tion, scrofula and other forms of
hereditary disease is due to its
powerful food properties.
rapidly creates healthy flesh
proper weight. Hereditary
taints develop only when the
system becomes weakened.
Noticing in Ike -world
of medicine has been
so successful in dis
eases that are most'
menacing to life. Phy
Prepared by Sett A Ttowne. N. V. Altrtmrffisfs.
Sideboards, Cupboards and
Dining Chairs a splendid assortment.
A PLEASANT TA STE.
The French say when any
thing offends thr-ir tste that it
IfiVfB a ha' taste in their
months Th-s i the result of
mosl medicines. People t'y to
avuid the sensation by sugar
c ating pills and in this way to
avoid the sensation of swallow
ing a bitter bolus, but th- lee
ir:gia the e and tbe lump sti 1
stick s in 'he throat. There is,
however, a remedy that abso
lutely diegnisep all U'pVasm'
taste. These are the Laxative
Gum Drops. Ihse gum dr pa
apper ia size taste and flav r
life e tb ordinary gum drop i f
i"e corn-dinners. Dut tney are
eoski fady medicated thatthey
act with certainty, bat mildly
and without pain or griping.
For dypepeia, fir indigestion
and al tomach troubles th-y
fcave no equal. Thy are pnt
np in boxe8, tbe small size at 10
cents, the Jarge eiz at 25 Cfnts.
1 he tmall eize contain 12, the
lare !ze from 38 t j 40 making
them the cheapest laxative in
the market. Get them of any dealer but
if your drusgist will not order them for
you, write to us and we will send them
to you by mail.
Ssylvan Remedy Co.,
W. B. GRIPPIW,
GRIFFIN & EEATING,
No. 112 First Ave.,
Bock Jslaud, III,
Pba .'tioal : :
Gas Fitting and General Jobbing.
KDISOX FHOXCKlitAl-ilS FUK SALK.
Asent and canvasser ant d in every town,
in this sute to sell oar goads. Address for par
ticulars TH2 HOBTH A.MEEI AN PEOSoQRaPH CO.,
U BUM StTMt, ChiMgo, 111
Blankets, Comforters and Bedding.
See us for Holiday Gifts before you buy.
Prices guaranteed the lowest
No Extra Charge.
OHAS. A. MECK,
322 Brady Street, Davenport, la.
Open till 9 o'clock, Saturday's till 10.