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THE A1IUUS THURSDAY. DECEMBER 22. 1892.
An object lesson is sometimes given without intent.
should keep ported where the, csn buy Groceries the cbeapeat. as many
dollars csn be saved by keeping posted in prices.
I.iokovtr jour book hoc- upland see what you re paying for the
numerous srtic'ea you buy daily, then ro to ARNOLD'S and
He has ttelargfst and bet selected stock without doibt in the thru
cities. One glance in his store ie sure to convince tnybody that be
cannos tie undersold.
Are You Going to the Party?
If you are, you should have a pair of
We have them in Suede and Satin,
All colors, all widths and all sizes.
See "THE DUCHESS."
IT'S A BEAUTY.
Gentlemen's slippers we have them aiso.
Big line, at the right price.
1625 Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
Many New and Novel Styles. See them.
Riding Boots, fur lined. Russia Calf.
Carriage Boots. Ooze Calf, Seal.
Boudor Slipper, eight new Patent Leather, Plush
shades. and Morocco Slippers,
Party Slippers. all colors and styles.
SPECIAL LADIES9 DEPARTMENT.
SOI, 303 W. Second St., Davenport.
"A FAIR FACE MAY PROVE A FOUL BAR
CAIN." MARRY A PLAIN GIRL IF SHE USES
314 BRADY STREET,
TLe Fall and Wurrsa Goods are now to. DAVXXtTORT,
Remember ve are showing ibe Largt-et did must vailed
assortment of D mebtio and urofiTin goods in th tbiwe
uiies. Suits made to your men but irom (80 to $40 ; Tron
sra made to jour measure 15 to $18.
Give toys to the toylees.
V"t geod pure candies go to Krell A
B O. Ketor left last evening for Chi
cago on a oriel business trip.
W. B Ferguson left yesterday on a
buslneos trip to Topeka, Kan.
Read T Abous advertising columns
tx fore buying Uhristmaa present.
Yesterday was the shortest day of the
year. Who is sorry it has passed?
Go to J. T. Dixon's and leave your
measure for a suit or overcoat at reduced
Nothing nicer than a bos of fine candy
fur a present, and Krell & Math have the
Miss Gertie Price left this morula? for
Peori to spend the holidays with
A. C. Dart has returned from an ex
Ported visit to New Mexico and the
Hairy Reynolds, of Ooyington. Ky , is
here on a visit or several weeks to friends
and relativ. s.
Miss Jessie Pelver left this morning
for Dubuque, where she will visit several
data with iriends.
Dixon, the tailor, has an over atonic of
winter good Leave your order with
him at reduced price.
George B Lambert and wire rtjoice ia
the arrival or a 10-pound boy at their
home on Twelfth street.
Owing to the over stock of winter
KOodsJ.T Dixon will make you a salt
or overcoat at reduced prices.
Don't forget that the best goods wins
trade. Krell & Math have the finest and
theiefore have the best trade.
Dr. Myers has moved bis family into
bis new residence, 823 Moline avenue.
Office as before over Krell Maths'.
Mrs. O. W. Franks, of Milwaukee, ar
rived in the city yesterday to spend the
holidays with friends and relatives.
The holiday rush may be said to be in
ia height. Practically, there are but
two aaja lert ror Christmas shopping.
Send your ordtrs for game, fish lob
sters, clams, shell and canned oysiers to
Harry Smythe's, 1819 Second avenue.
Ten days more and 1893. which will be
recalled bv future historians as the year
of t ie great political landslide, will have
passed from the calendar.
A nice Christmas present to a little
friecd is a box of choice confecions
They are healthful and cheap Don't
f . rget the little ones Krell & Math
have the loveliest boxes and baskets al
Lieut. J T. Thompson, who displayed
hiH engineering ability in the supervision
of trie constiucioQ of the Rock Island
viaduct. ba been assigned by Col. Buf
fli gum to the general overseeing of the
work to be done on the Rock Island
bridges, F E It ibbins being assigned to
duiy an eDg neir in charge.
C. C. Hodges has a tempting invitatkr
to dine with his brothe -in-law, propr-il
t r f t e Llaiel Panel- at Mario ,
o Christmas day. The Geeette. spent .
ins of the Doiels saye: "Ttie Ho I
D miels, of Marion, fans become far
f med for its elegant Thank8?iving and
Ci ris'mss dinners, and this year the
great winter festival cominz on Sunday,
when many traveling men, as well as cit
izens, wili be able to be preeent, they
bave made unusual preparations for tbe
occ iion. Toe bill of fare is a gem of
the printer's art and the miau is such a.
delights the epicure. "
Cordova Dec 21. J. H. McCormii k
of Ookalooea, Iowa, was seen epoa the
stree's the latter part of last week.
A spring trot is being talked of by
some of th lovers of such sport on the
tracks of the C rdova stock 'arm.
The dne'era report very little s'ekness
since the advent of cold weather. It is
to be hoped that good sharp and cri-p
weather will ensue the remainder of the
winter, as it is usually conducive to eood
Joeph Pbilkill, a long time resident of
Cordeve, died at the Marshall house at 12
o'clock on Tuesday. Deceased was 65
years old. and was born in New Yors,
where be learned the mason's trve. com
ing to Cordova about the year 18S7 He
arrled a sister of J. S. Rake, who wa
a long time a resident cf Cordova town
ship. His wife, who was a few years ago
divorced from him, now lives in Califor
nia, as does also his son Benjamin. De
ceased was a member of the Masons. Odd
Fellows and K. of P. fraternities, all of
which will attend the funeral on Thurs
day at S o'clock p. m. The burial ser
vice of the Odd Fellows will be used at
A runaway occurred about 18 o'clock
on Wednesday on the river road, below
D. T Prince's place. The horse waa
owned and driven by Mrs. Ira Richards.
She with ber two children was thrown
out. but bappilv was uninjured except
for some slight bruises.
The entertainment spoken of in this
correspondence sometime ago, to be given
by the Cordova public school, will occur
on the evening of Dec 80, at Marshal
ball The programme Is complete, and
the public are promised a good entertain
ment. The proceeds are to be used for
the purchase of a flag for the school
bouse It la to be hoped that the people
will appreciate the effort of the pupils
and give tbem a good audience.
On Saturday evening occurs the elec.
lion of officers of Burr Oik camp M. W.
L. It Is requested that all members at
tend as there wilt also be initiation.
Mrs. Naoma Tucker ia confined to the
bouse with a severe cold.
James Greene is suffering from some
slight indisposition from which his friends
hope he will soon recover.
Dr. Jacob Hoke and eon Eugene
started for Florida for the winter on
Wednesday, where 'Ley have some prop
erty. The youngest eon, Robert, has
been residing there for some yean.
A call Sajoy '
The pleasant 11 or. geotle action and
southing effect of Syrup of Figs, when
in need of a laxative, and if the father or
mother be costive or bilious, the most
gratifying results follow its use. so that
it is the best family remedy known, and
every family sfaould have a bottle.
Jo Lis. Dec. 81. The Rev. Day is, of
the M. K church, is holding a pro
tracted meeting at Joslin. He com
menced on Tuesday tveniog last.
Mr. Hbbart's oldest boy was taken
very sick. Drs. Black and Bmoer were
I believe in equal right's for all classes
and cannot understand who employe s
have not as much right to organise as
have their employers.
It is essential to the best iateiesU or
the producing Ciass, that the cost of dis
tribution fee reduced to the lowest possi
With a B ibcock test, farmers cac now
sily ascertain which cows d' not pay
for thu.r keep, and whicn are the profita
In this country the selling, handling,
holding, carrying and selling again or
the articles or merchandise frequently
amount to much more than the original
cost or producing the article.
The recent election teaches a lesiou'
which sboUd not be overlooked by the
capitalist, the business man and the poli
tician. The lesson is that the discon
tented of the produemg class wants a
Swank & Eollister shipped a carload
of bogs from Joslin for which tbev paid
$5.60 per hundred Need I point out the
difference to the farmtrs and coos ameni
ty to every business man in tbe commun
ity, between the farmers obtaining that
price for their hogs, and haying t s-)l
them at $3 per hundred t Ai d I would
respectfully ak every protectionist if
that difference in price ha not been
tro eht about by France and Germany
and otbsr foreign counries opening their
por's to American porat
People in the country have long been
satisfied that there was a "nigger in the
woodpile" somewhere, and, although not
quite clear as to the caua. nevrhe
less, a large amount of diestifac ion has
prevailed. In tbe south tbey have a -en
tbe pr ce or cotton go (low . until it ia no
longer a crop worth cultivating. Io the
west and otfce. wheat growing regions
tbev have seen tbe price of wheat get
lower and lowtr and the mor gae on the
farm grow larger and larger and every
piece of legislation enacted wi h studious
care tor tbe intere-t of the wealthy cor
porations and monopolist. Tbey have
seen great fortunes grow greater, big
roroorations grow bigger, until tbe
richer of wealthy men in some of our
cities is sometimes bevond their -hility to
i numerate While tbpy are n'ruggling
in lite country to build new b rna to re
place the old ones, and find it bard to do,
they read of a man in tbe city paying
$50' 000 for . yacht, twice as nuch for
bis t il res d-nce, and th-n having two
country res.dences betide- A d thev
read that, wi'b all tb's invii-h xpene
lure, it is imp ssib'e for tiiin to Spend
one-tenth of bis tDcme. Tin re d that
the jnint fortunes f the V nderii's
reaches 260 (.00 0(l0 of H e Aror
$200 0110 000 an. i tb th-r ar- 50 m n
in N-w York citv nDj one of horn rou d
Der ouaMv p-v ff tb s - eot of m
mate the Union w t " Uti tiintr out o'
his fflne to nctiotia'e a i.in Th-i peo
ple in 'he countrv baye read and noi. d
the influence excred ty tnene men and
their attorneys in matt- ra ' legislation
ia connection wi'b the curts ai d in a 1
Otner ways of a juM:c nat-jre. and while
rot entnelv clear s to wh-t otieht to be
rone, or whatc n be done, they see the
danger io thtir iudivid.nl in etests. and
the discon'ent made iieir beard at the
last election. j
I see that Weavtr. in his speech, is
gloating over lh fact that the demo
cratic party is It-f'. ht-twef-n the de il
and the deep sen." in tnat 'he H-trrison
bdmin 8 ra'i'in wi!l leav the treasury in
men a cendition that the incoming ad
m nistratioa cannot carry "ut its cam
paign p. rief to 'II'; people. If that
fhouhl be the case it won-d tie a very un
for:unate circumstancn; h i' who would
be to biameT Mcltum ts Pabvo
State of O no. City of 1' iie.da.
Frar.lt J. Ctttiey m-tk'-s oatb that he
is tne senior partner of tbe firm of F J.
Cheney & Co., doing hu-inevx in theCt'V
of Toledo, County ai d 8 -.te aforesaid,
and that Sitd firm will pi tne sum of
$100 for each ar d every case of atanb
ttibt cat Dot be cured bv he use of Hall's
Ca'arrb C'ire. Frnk J Cheney.
Sworn to befiT me and suhi-cribtd in
my presence, tan 6ih dav of December
A D 1886
seal A. W GkXASOH,
Hull's Ca' irrh Cure is taken internally
aud acts di. cily on tbe blood and
mucous surfaces of the; eysieu.. S;nd
for teniuion'els, freu.
Adwrej-s if. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
Bold oy druggists. 75c .
PUT TO FLIGHT
all the peculiar troubles that beset a wo
man. The only guaranteed remedy for them
is Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. For
women suffering from any chronic " female
orr.plaint" or weakness; for women who are
run-down and overworked; for women ex
pecting to become mothers, and for mothers
who are nursing and exhausted; -mt the
change from girlhood to womanhood; and
later, at the critical "change of life" it
is a medicine that 3afcly and certainly builds
up, strengthens, reulatue, and cures.
If it doesn't, if it even fails to benefit or
cure, you have your money back.
What you are sure of, if you use Dr.
Sage's Catarrh Bemedy, is either a per
fect and permanent cure for your Ca
tarrh, no matter how bad your case may
be, or 8500 in cash. Tbe proprietors of
the medicine promise to pay you the
money, if they can't cure you.
Dr. Reaiaoa' Bellab'c fcemedv. ranatu wvtij
wnere asioiir tin Udiee aa safe, pntaipt as.
Seetaal The orir'aai mwh'i tnrtalua. Prior
$1 sent dit ct,Malad; ttifortnatiea fr. aaoiess
Catan Mecical Co., Bwtoa, !.
We Are Showing-
Sideboards, Cupboards and
Dining Chairs a splendid assortment.
and Silk .
only SI. 50.
Blankets, Comforters and Bedding.
See us for Holiday Gifts beforeyou buv.
Prices guaranteed the lowest
No Extra Charge. -
OHAS. A. MECK,
322 Brady Street, Pa npor
Open till 9 o'clock, Saturday's till 10