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THE ARGUh, TUESDAYS JANUARY 10, 1893.
object lesson is sometimes given without intent.
... Dtoi vehPT! they can buy Groceries the cheapept, as many
ShOUM KCtT ;
0ers can be saved uy Keeping
wkon r your bock account and see what jou are payins: for the
Jnlrous articles you buy daily. tbtD go to ARNOLD'S and
it B(-tin-Jurpsst end test H-Iccted Block vithont dciibt in the tbrae
T" ei'.ic Ore tl'cce in his store is sure to convii ce anybody that he
f ..r0i tf undersold.
1620 Second Avenue.
e 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."
ITS A BEAUTY.
Gentlemen's slippers we have them aiso.
Bis line, at the right price.
8 B t
TAB J 7
6, K K I $1
1625 Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
eaicrs and Fitters
i il. m kS r j.
AT POPULAR PRICES.
When the light burns dim in the parlor,
And the rocking chair moves to and fro,
Our fiue shoes don't squeak on the carpet
And make a girl vexed with her beau!
M' Bull his rental John Conley's
R-.v. Hicks' r.p;itilion as a wea'hir
ptnuiiet can b. moved a notch forward.
John M C-mnel! bis been take-) down
with pneumonia. He cild in Dr. Bon
Si.mii"! B'yiint is moving cpon Mr.
U wit-r.' farm and m making some im-
p i v.'tn n'f .
On Fridiy tvenii g lal there was a
-elct evi-nin puny at the resideice of
.Vr. Johnson. srcMon foreman upon the
railr d. Ims reuv d Fred Osborne's farm
up m Rock river.
Wii:jnm Prker is moving upon hit
own place.' John Knsbburn moves
info Uie residence that Mr. Parker is
The t bject and ririft of all legis'aiion
should be, "to iniike it as easy as possi
ble to do lieht. und as difficult as possi
ble to do wrong."
Joslijt. Jan, 'J. On Saturday lait a
numtirr of tfce Modern Wooirnen met
titietrser at Hiilsdalo and had a socitl
time with h foasl of oysters.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Clark and f mi"y
of Rik'K Inland, have move:! into Hen
Wii!;m Payne's residence for the pur
f03e of keeping house and looking afii r
the 8'ojk dtrmg Mr. Pavnt's i.bseoce in
O. nationally one or to rrov-j bark
from ih-citf. whhe inhers are ouUios
up ''aks-s. iacLriiusi to qiir. farn.i it; and
trove to the ei'v Cuautcry Brows !as
dcivkd ti have a ta'e, concluding '.hit
h'.tu is poor ec m.jf ri?..l'K)h iu farming.
The people of this n'i-ibbnrho :J svt rt
very much tUrtled on Saturday last -to
hear of the dea!h of Chiries Ar.nstros.?
I: will be nmemered ti'at. about three
year atro OtiRrlea' mind became i Sec'e I
and b ; is t-ikcn 'o 'he asylum, but ic
covert d i.n.t returned borne, atd ha9
nanised and wriked his farm until
tV.out three wn-Us i'o, whr n he wes ta
k.ti t;on vviih liner fever and died on
aturdiy mr.rnir.c last. He le.sves a
wifeind fiv; ch.idr n. Charles Arm
s'roug was respected by all who kuew
tmi and v. as tonest to the fraction of a
I', sjfms to me iha. m,e of the mos-i
important reforms that ould pojsihly
take place wouKl be a furti -r reduct'oc
in the 1- S'd rate r.f iner;'st. It would be
inimedMi; relief to all those trho hava to
rork on borrowed capital -both farmfe
01. d nrhuuf-icturers The above would
acser vry weil ULt.l the t'Ocrr.ment
s;ol ret.lv to loan money to the peop'e a'
the U.-wi fossible cost. Then t!:e tariff
should b; tik-n from the cec'B?cres of
life, heavily reduced n other arl'c'e? sod
'lie ileS'''. in the revecui should be :u?
plied by a i,ridutted ir.come tcx.
Tiie followini; is t k-n froai a r'.io-i!
rcp itil e-.n hi h a-ifl advoca'e. 1 i i?-t;::o--tiin,
iss il hews !h ptnto ltd en-f1'ti-ti
gonif 1. t! -is in E trope: "I
lake t i:ioi.fi id a h.!f of the work of
a G rir-sn l-f o:er tr. pay hin tax. f!
kfecin up t'm n'ln;. Th ni ritih
i ill which Cp?:vi i pusbinj; is ealeul i! -
d to n;ike i' an Vtn '.to mr,n'!i, nt'l
L is nioiti'ifli'S his hnokkepini; " Vin
irepo!is 'limes. Kr is it that th;
editor of the Times io s i much concernt-il
with ri Ka:ii to 'he corjriitisn and sta'c of
'hincs in Gtrraai y and hss oothin ; to
ay with reard to the taxation of tbi
country, ard how much better c II we are?
From an array of S'a'is ics before me I
n?d that the nation! taxes amount to kt.
v-'rHtreor ?42jor fani!v; state, county
nd municipal taxes bu average of f 43
orr fatuiU; '-'ul taxes paid for pub ic
purioses by each family, of I DO a 'e-ir.
This is c ms'derable over two months' pay
for the average wo'kinaman. But in ad
dition to these taxes paid to the covern
ment, our present Fystem of protection
levies an additional tax f.r the benefit of
a few specially favored classes of about
? 80 per family per year, making the to
tal amount really taken from the average
family by taxation national, state, coun
ty, municipal and class, $170 a year. In
view of this fact, ia it a wonder that po
litical calculations and the republican
party were overthrown?
MCfcTUM m Parto.
Blinstrels at the theatre tonight.
Send to Kroll & Math Tor your cook
ing. Oysters by tho dith or can at Krell &
McCabe A Young's minstrels at Har
per's theatre tonight.
H. C. HcConnell, of Chicago, is spend
ing a few days in the city.
Why gf home to dinner when yju can
get a nice lunch at Krell & Math's.
Hot coC;e, tea or chocolate by the cud
and lovely French or plain roi's with
cream pie or paffs at Krell & ilath's toy
FaTmei" Burns has a wrestling match
for f 250 a uiiie wiih one Mtt Action
D corah, la., tomorrow night. He left
today for U.at place.
Al.ia. Albeit H iesing. C B.Evna and
alio G.'cr.e B. Broner left Spiinc
Arid las' r.ii?ht to a teml the inaugura
tion of Gveroor Altgeld.
Janve W. KlcwIiou left this mornxi'
for Manliua. N Y.. to resume his a'ticN
ii-stthe militia academy there Walter
Rojetifi. Id, sou of Monis Roserfield Bnd
w.'c, has al?o gane there where he en e s
ti e same iastituiion
Thomas Fahey. residing at Twenty
second strce', i-lipped and fell on an ice
iv v. red wa!b at Fourth avenue aid
Tw. o y-sccond strf on Hiturday even
ng, and broke a couple of rifcs. He w s
attended bj Dr. Ho!h;wusb, and is soir
ge'tmg altnu; qni e wel:.
'an 7 -L S. Me ! bs el a! to S. V
Odd: part cut'ot 2. Faiimocnt i.di. Mo
9. T. J K'binsonh, -heir to F. P.
B iiiiibi ck lot 2, Mack 1, Ban H :rpei's
sc-ond Hf).(.. Roek l:Uu4, J733
Rufus Walker to J. C. H. R d. l it P.
R, Walker's first add , Moiine 750
W lli i-D Kndlinch to Julius Z smer, h t
8 and n nj lot S block 62 Chicago r
l iwer . ad.. Rick Mand $1,500.
W. B. Furguson to W. T. Magill. lot 3,
hi ck 16. Spencer's aid , Rick Inland,
Mary M. Hiss t C J E. SehnriJ r,
undiv, 1 5 swj nw 3t. 19. 2i, ?804 .
Jin 9-Iit-te of G?orge J Cik'Ier.
Proof of service uoon heirs of noiiee of
fiail settlement. Administrator's fl-al.
report approved ard ordr of distribu-
Et.te of Joseph Pailkill. Lnters
of sdministrtion is?ud to Diuiel Z m
merman. Bond filed and approv.-d.
Special ladies, department open until 7 p. m. Sat
s 10 p. m.
TtTTTil I li ml'
i m mm ?
- 1. J.! .-f.-J-.O.,. -t. , ....... t. .,:
801, 303 W. SeconiJ St., Davennort,
The MoHt rienaant AVy.
of preventing the grippe, colds, head
aches, and fevers ia to use the liquid
laxative remedy Syrup of Figs, when
ever the system needs a gentle, yet tllec
tive cleansing, lo be hcoentcd on
must get the true remedy manufactured
by the California Fig Syrup Co. only.
For sale by all druggists iu 50c. and $1
A Kioto Old Milter.
Misers are not confined to one class of
the community, but have been at least as
common to the higher ranks as to the
lower. John Churchill, first duke of
Marlborough, was the greatest soldier in
Europe, yet when he was an old man, in
order to save sixpence from carriage hire.
he would walk from the public rooms in
Bath to his hotel in all kinds of weather.
He died worth 1,000,000, which reverted
to his bitterest enemy, his grandson, Lord
Trevors. Casselrs Journal. '
Catch a Tartar
and when caught scrub well with Bozo
dont. Don't spare it. Brush for dear
life. If you destroy it. all the better for
you and yr-ur teeth. It will destroy the
health of the mouth, its beauty, and your
sweet breath .
Hood's Calendar for 1S93 it cut. aid
like its predecessors is the daintiest of
i"s kiad for the jear. ejihodxins; the bcs
results or the art of the designer, en
graver and painter. It is appropriate to
tt:e World's Fair year, bring entitled
'Theloung Pi covercis," ard presents
the bright face3 of to yoi:ng children
ircnti'in ilou ;'s S .rp:rilK on the mp
of Nnrih America. It is a uuiquc and
tis'o tul ceMLtn, beautiful n ce.'or tnd
esp-ewlon and will m ke a bright pic
ture on the v-.U of many a home and f
fice, whiie the plain figures attractively
printed on the pad will bj of erea utility
all the coming year Copies of Hood's
Calenda- may !e obtained at the drug
gists, or by sending Fix cents in stamps
for one, or 10 cots for two, to C I Hood
& Co., Lowell, Mass.
hat the Hon. George G. Vest says in
egard to the superiority of the Hirsch
berg'e diamond and non-changeable tpec-tacies-
"I am using glasses which I purchased
from Prof. Hirschberg and they are the
best I ever tried; it affords me great
pleasure to recommend Frof . Hirschberg
as an excellent optician, and his glasses
arc simply uuequslled In my experience.
G. G. Vkst.'
These spectacles are for sale by T. H
Tnomas a?ent for Rock Island
ERADICATES BLOOD POI
SON AND BLOOD TAINT.
Crveral bottles of Swift's Specific (S.S. S.)
entirely cleanied my system of contagious
blood poison of the very worst type.
Wm. 5. Looms, Shreveport, La.
CURES SCROFULA EVEN
IN ITS WORST FORMS.
T rad scbofula In 1884, and cleansed my
system entire1- from it by taking seven
bottles of S. S. 3.' 1 have not had any symp
toms 3inco. C. W. Wilcox,
, Spartanburg;, S. C
HAS CURED HUNDREDS OF
CASES OF SKIN CANCER.
Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed
free- Swip- Specific Co.. A knta.
MeDhoce 1098. 231 Twentieth street
I have been a great sufferer from ca
taarrh for over 10 years; bad it very
bad, could hardly breathe. Some nights,
I could not sleep and bad to walk
the floor. I purchased Ely's Cream
Balm and am using it freily, it is work
ing a cure surely. I have advised sev
eral friends lo use it, and with happy re
sults in every case. It ia the medicine
above all others for catarrh, and it is
worth its weight in go d. I thank God
I have found a remedy I can use with
safety and that does all that is claimed
for it. It is curing my deafness. B.
W. Bperry Hartford, Conn.
Fits All fits . siopppd free by Dr.
Kline's Great Istrve Restorer. No fits
after the first day's use. Maryelous
cures. Treatise and $2 trial bottle free to
fit cases. Send to Dr. Kline, 931 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Pa. For sale by all
druggists; C4l! on yours ,
We Wish all Our Friends
; . . .. ; ' ! ; !
A Happy lew Year
And welcome them to
look at our Chairs wheth
er you buy or not.
and Smyrna Rugs.
Visit our store fcnd inspect what we know to be the best
stock in the threa iii'whether yon purchase or not, as yon.
Cane Seat Rockers,
Parlor, Hanging, and
No Extra charge.
OKAS. A. MECK,
S29 Brady Street, Davenport, Ti
Open till 8 o'clock, Saturday's till 10.
a n 4" a ATA A
Clearance Sale begins
Wednesday, January lltli
AT 1 O'CLOCK,
And continues for ten days. ,
Onr new Martin Electric Cash Carriers wit l be completed in
time for the sale it's worth coming many miles to see.
Our purpose is to make this sale the grandest In our History
by giving the greatest bargains
Doors wilt be open at 1 o'clock.
HARNED, PURSEL & VON MAUR.
Rock Island Buggy Co!
5C 1NTJFA0 TUKKE3 OF -
It will pay you to call and get our Low Prices
Factory ni Ware roomi on 16th itreot between 1st a?d 2d are.
Eettil Trale etpee 'tally solicited.
We will "occupy our new store, cor. of Fifth avenue
and Twenty-third St., and will be known as the
Fifth Avenue Pharmacy.
HORST VONKOECKRITZ, Pharmacist.