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THE ARGUh. WEDNESDAY. JANl AEY 11, 1893.
An object lesson is sometimes given without intent.
hoM keep posted where they can buy Grocefb tte eaeapss'. as many
dollars can be saved by keeping posted in pries.
t I, over vour honk ai-c. unt ar.d fee whit yrni are paying for the
Berous articles you buy iW. tUn Ko to ARNOLD'S and
- He ths the lurgssmnd lest teU'Cted stock without doubt in the thrae
jtjfS, one pl-nce in bis More is sure to convince anjoocy mat ne
1620 Second Avenue.
ROSA MAY REPENTED.
Ire 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 also.
Bis line, at the riht price.
1623 Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
Leaders and Fitters
High Grade Footwear.
AT POPULAR PRICES.
When the light burns dim in the parlor,
And the rocking chair moves to and fro,
Our fine shoes don't squeak on the carpet
And make a girl vexed with her beau!
Special ladies department open until 7 p. m. Sat
urdays 10 p. m.
- " 1 '- - ' - ihrini tii ill T m . i
The Female Aeronaot Who Kloped With
Charles II. Wood Talks to a St. I.ouli
Rosa May, the aeronaut who gave e
number of daring and ihriMng balloon
asceoMOiiB and parachute leaps at Biack
Hawk Tower last summer and who re
cently eloped iiom Peoria to St. Louis
with Charles H. Woods, formerly of this
city and afterward returned to Peoria,
talked to a St. Louis Post. Dispatch re
porter before leaving for home. She laid
her right name whs Mrs. Nettie Achlor k
and ebe whs born in Jersey rille. 111. Her
father was a mill wrieht, and is dead. He
'died when she was quite small. She has
four sister and two brothers- She is the
youogest tzcep'.iog one sister. Iler
mother is still living and resides in Peoria.
Shortly after the death of '. Rosa May's'
f ltber the family removed to Beardstown,
111., and ia'er to Springfield. (where Nettie
was Dianied. She was but 14 years
old when she was marrier", and is
her husband's fifth wife. We was in. the
express business in Sprint. field when she
marmd i. ui. the Las one child, a boy,
naned George, 4 years old. Shortly af
ter her marriage she and tar husband re
moved to Pjori. and her mother and the
rest cf the family a'so removed to Peo
ria. 1 i r I ueUaud aitt iuto Hie txpress
buine8 in Pcoiia, and el ill runs some
wngurif. tLouh sines his wife became a
a bal'ocnibt be u.s div.4el ni03t of b s
atuntiun to inacsgiri;: bcr i ffiirs. Bal
locia?. when tnMsreojfn'.s ate p!enty,is
a lucrative profession. Bailee nists re
ceive from $20 to $00 an Rvcensuon, ac
c. rciat; to the opportuui ie9 far iLe co-n-pany
to mku- S3 tLo Post Pigpa'eli:
llcr Marllit! Truuliles.
Mrs. Ashlers: dns no' iivd l.sppily
with bi r husband. .'i1 left lim Dec 22
last ami Carre to Si. Lous. He follcweii
her; and hid her arrested on New Year's
day on acha-sie of taking $93 f rem him.
She was found by Detective J: mes Smith
in a nat on pptuee street, between
Eleventh and Twelfth streets, opposite
the Morgue. At the satni house was
stopping Ckailt s II Woods, who former
ly was connected wiihjtbc cempany for
which Mrs. Asihck made ascensions.
Wo vis itss also arrested, but tub.je
e,ufnt'r reVascd, n wasalco Mrs. Ash-
oock. V, (;o1 f-titPd that his only in -eres-t
in Vis. Alil ck was a desire to be
f'ierd her es the had been kin to h;rr.
when it m rk 1 for the ballooning com
pativ. Mrs. As. iovk and Woods occu-
ptco scpra'e roon s. w title h'o(i.-iBc n'
Mrs P r.'rr. s Ik u?".
V.rs. A-b'oca 'tit- d that the morey Lc
ook when tbe h"t hrrPH va. her own
monev. M.iefc she hvi fwid by makine
halloon ntrer!tnn. left home, h.
paid, bciufe of li' r huslnit'a unkind
treatment of l.ir. She was n lea'ed last
Mon;?it7. 'Vi.iie a' the F.mr Cnrt- Mie
was IccS'td vp, b it wan in charge of Po
lice iUirrri Sams, and shared her apart
ments on the thir floor cf the Four
t"'nrts. She mi l.er h':shnr,i bccani
reconciled acd returned to Peoria togeth
er on Monday veninc last . He appeare '.
very plrd to L.ve h' r back urder his
wine, and whs very attentive to her. He
is a man of perhaps 40 veara of age.
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh That
as mercury will surely desiroy the sense
of fmell and completely derange the
whole system w hen enteritg it through
the mucous surfaces. Such articles
should never be nsed except on prescrip
tions from rcpu'Hble citizens, as the dam
ape tbey will do is 10-fold to the good
you can possibly derive from them.
Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F
J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., contains no
mercury, and is taken internally, acting
directly upon the blood and mucous sur
faces of the system. In buying Hall's
Catarrh Cure be sure you get the cenu.
ine. It is taken internally, and made in
Toledo, Ohio, by F.J.Cheney & Co.
1 atimonials free.
tySold by Druggists, price 75s per
A Forcible Lesson.
A great and most patent error in taste Is
the habit of monopolizing the man who
bas tarried to pay his compliments to a
girl in passing, until he and all lookers on
are made aware of a certain apprehension
on her part lest he escape. A severe, but
useful, lesson was conveyed to a very y ounc
girl recently. An old friend of her father's
family approaching under these conditions
to give her gracious salutations, she ex
hibited such evident nervousnessin answer,
that the gentleman laid a hand on the
young fellow's arm nnd remarked, with
pleasant emphasis: "There, my dear, I
have him safe, and he cannot get away.
Now you may go on telling me what you
began to say." Ladies' Home Journal.
The Most Pleanant War.
of preventing the grippe, colds, head
aches, and fevers is to use the liquid
laxative remedy Syrup of Figs, when
ever the STsicm needs a centlc, yet effec
tive cleansing. To be benefited on
must get the true remedy manufactured
hy the California Fi Syrup Co. only.
For sale by all drugg sts iu 50c. and fl
aoi, 303 W. Second St., Davenport.
TeleBhone 1098. 231 Twentieth street.
The "Q" System.
The New York World of a recent date
con lined the following interview with
tie great Eii Perkins:
Bli Perkins ears the Chicago. Burling
ton & Quinsy is the most prosperous
trunk line in the west. When our r I
road reporter asked him where it ran 10
be said: ' It goes everywhere wes of
Chicago. It shoots vestibule. Iraias
from Chicago to Peoria, to 8t. Pau',
Omaha, Cheyenne, Denver, Kansas
City and St. L?uia." "Bat Ne York
ers understand it to be an east and
west lineT" wai suggested. "It used to
be. It was the great trunk line west
through Galesburg, Burlington and Ot
tumwa to Omaha. Mr. Forbes, the great
railroad king of Boston, owned it. Tien
C F. Perkins, his son-in-law. went out
and built the Burlington & Missouri
roads from Omaha through Lincoln o
Denver acd Chejenneon the Union Pa
cific. Then he grid ironed Nebraska and
built and bound t the line from St. Louis
to S:. Pint and from D s Moines ai.d
Omiha to Kansas City." How is thu line
from St. Paul tost. L u;sT" '"It runs as
straight ta an arrow down the picturesque
east bank of the Mississippi to near Bur
lington and then down through the yel
low corn cribs and blue grass pastures of
I linois and St. Louis. You go to Bleep
in St Paul and wnke up in St. Lnui ,
and you lie down in Chicago an let up
in Omaba or ride iu vesiibuied dining
cars to Denver, where tiie Union Pao.fi
fellows s'nnd ar.d s-t ti.e:r watt ht-s by the
Q " tr.-iius. Tae - Q " U all ready for
tnu fair men 3 ii fi"t anl hat;pr, roaii-
!)t d d. llb'e siet I. d ar-d bail-Fled aud all
the prO.l? sniiiyir.s Mr Euii s' wojder-
ful maps - i d time i-bles" "
ALoveEong in M Hat-
"My mcd'jst, matchless Madeline '
Mark m rm oJio'ie miilnllit moans;
Vinh may my mrltlng mus-ic moar.
V.j modulated monotone. "
Tl.i ounjf man stayed ont too lMte,ferei.aHng
l is I i!y love. He eaniibt a cold, developing Into
ca:;ir:h, but l.e car d it with Dr. Suge'B t'a :rih
Remedy, a sovereign rea cily for chronic, cases,
'Cold in the Head." Catarrhal Hiadnche. Tt cor
rects the lat ted tri ath. stops the offensive d s-
charges, l.eils the irmaUd throat and noe,lt av-
ing the head chr, the smell and teste nniia-Ijair-'d.
It cos e but, 50 cei t;s snd ihep-orie-tors
offer in good faith $500 for a caee they c nrot
Vhai tho Mod. C'eirge U Vits'. ay3 n
cgard to the supi-ri r:ty of tae !lir':h-
berg'a v'iaaion.l acd uon-caau "sable spec-
"I am us'nj; tilsses which I purUu.82d
'om Prof. Hirschberg and they are the
bst I fver tri;d; it affords me great
p'easuro to rceoair.isi.d Vrot. Hin-chVrg
as an eK-jcllc'.i; .'i!i.":a-i, xnd his giutsi:
ac str.ii'.'. utifcuti'.l'.Kd in mv cxurieace
O. O. Vkst.'
T'h hc sp'.'Ct ,clts are for sale b V. H
Tac.-n-i- r.-i i-r f.-.r Jiock i-il .av
We Wish all Our Friends
And welcome them to
look at our Chairs wheth
er you buy or not.
Ins A,f.- oo;pid free bv Dr
KitnV li itat Nt.'tc H-t torer. No fiis
sfur 'he fin-t d'-'s uf-c. M-.rt clous
i i.rrs Tni ti t ' ri 2':itd bottle free to
fit 1. ?-t m! to Dr. Kline. 931 Arch
Hnio, PliilailtMi.t it. Pi. For sale by all
dl'i " 'i-'t-i- -li 7v;n
Guest Great Scott, manl Can't you be
more careful f You have spilled the sauce
all over my topcoat.
Waiter Beg pardon, sir, I am sure. I'll
pay for it, sir.
Guest How will you pay for it?
Waiter I won't charge it on the check,
I have been a great sufferer from ca
taarrh for over 10 years; had it very
bad, could hardly breathe . Some nights,
I could not sleep and bad ta walk
the floor. I purchased Ely's Cream
Balm aDd am using it fretly, it is work
ing a cure surely. I have advised sev
eral friends to nse it. and with happy re
sults in evtry case. It is the medicine
above all others for catarrh, an 3 it is
worth Its weight in go'd. I thank God
I have found a remedy I can nse "with
safety and that does all that ie claimed
for it. It is caring my deafness. B.
I W. Bperry Hartford, Conn.
Mr. Herman Hicks
Of Rochester, N. Y.
Deaf for a Year
Catarrh in the Head
Catarrh is a Constitutional disease,
and requires a Constitutional Remedy
like Hood's Sarsaparilla to cure it. Read :
"Three years ago, as a result of catarrh, I
entirely lost my hearing and was deaf for more
man a year. 1 tried various things to cure It,
and had several physicians attempt It, but no
improvement was apparent. I cswlrf dUfia
uiafc !. I was Intending putting
myself under the care of a specialist when
some one suggested that possibly Hood's Sar
saparilla would do me some good. I began
taking it without the expectation of any lasting
help. To my surprise and great joy I found
when I had taken three bottles that my hear
Sag was rctaraiag. I kept on tifj I had
taken three more. It is now over a year and I
can hear perfectly well. I am troubled but
very little with the catarrh. I consider this a
reasarkable case, and cordially recommend
to all who have catarrh." Herman Hicks, SO
Carter Street, Rochester, N. Y.
and Smyrna Rugs.
Visit our store and inspect what we know to be the best
stock in the three tiii'is'whether you purchase omegas you
Cane Seat Rockers,
Parlor, Hanging, and
No Extra charge.
OKAS. A. MECK,
322 Brady Stieet, Davenport, li
Open till 8 o'clock, Saturday's till 10.
HOOD'S PILLS are purely vegetable, and do
not purge, pain or grips. Sold by U druggiita.
A HAPPY NEW YEAH
Guaranteed to any victim of alcoholism who takes
The Morrell Cure.
No sore arms. No lay off from work. All other
cures shatter the general health. All graduates of
the Morrell institutes testify to increased weight and
vigor during treatment and permanent improvement
of general health.
Buford Block, Rock Island.
Postofnce block, Moline.
Hibernian building, Davenport.
Communication and treatment confidential. Send
for circulars and testimonials.
Rock Island Buggy Co:
H VNUFAOTU BMS OF -
It will pay you to call and get our Liw Prices
Factory and Ware roomi on 16th street between 1st and 2d ave.
' Ketail Trad) especially goLolted.
We will occupy our new store, cor. of Fifth avenue
and Twenty-third St., and will.be known as the
Fifth Avenue Pharmacy.
EOiitT VOSIKOECKRITZ, Pharmacist.