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THE ARGUN JFBIPAY. JANUARY 20,1893.
Arnold's oJ course, be has the largest stock west
can save at least 20 per cent by bujing youi gro-
ceriea of him You
anything in fancy bottled goods that are in the
price and best in quality can always be found at
They lust Go.
HAVE TOO MAHY WINTER SHOES,
u;.ic' warm linH hnp? nlH ! 7?
go ai $1.2).
idies' lace, warm lined shoes, sold at$l.fO,
jjoat SI. 00.
'idies' warm lined leather slipper go at
j 9) cents.
jjies felt warm lined slipper, sold at $1.00,
jses and Children's, all that are left, go
the same way.
LADIES' FINE SHOES GO AT BAR
GAINS. Men's working shoes, congress,
kind hnrklp SI. 00.
2? Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
Hook Back With Gratification on a Year of
Work, Close Attention,
A Thoroughly Reliable Line of
es and Slippers,
I Reasonable Prices,
3eciallv Reasonable Prices.
''idarH the motors of our stedi!y increasing trade.
i not boast of the enormous tenitoty of ur
Bihment. but we do claim that we do a larger busi
3ian anv utm-a in t.h flfimft line in the west.
ASHKRTS ITSELF. We thank our patrons for
fr;il support, and promise at all times to retain
in incH by handling only tns uai liuuus.
0 w. Second St., Davenport,
DE ALTCB IN
e 1098. 231 Twentieth strat
Seod t Krell & Math for your cook
inr. Oysters by the dish or cm at Krell &
Submarine wocders at Harper's theatre
When you buy canned goods, don't for
The "Bottom of the Sea" at Harper's
The wonders of the depths at Harper's
theatre this evening.
The largest stock of canned goods in
the three cities at Arnold's.
Why go home to dinner when you cair
get a nice lunch at Krell & Math's.
For rent An 8-rooin house. No. 767,
Elm street Apply to William McEniry,
in Mitchell & Ljnde'i building.
Hot coffee, tea or chocolate by 'he cuo
and lorely French or plain rolls with
cream' pie or puffs at Krell fc Main's any
Arnold has a line of canned and bot
tled goods that are seldom shown outside
of large cities, and at prlcts that cannot
All departments al Rock Island arsenal
have suspended today in obedience tr
ine orders of the war department setting
it lor in as a holiday in respect to ex
n i rw .
rresiueni iiajea, wnose luoeral occurs
Mr. and Mrs. John R. Warnen of St
Paul, at rived yesterday morning on i
visit to Mr. Warner's parents and hap
pily it was that they arrived just in time
for a great ftmily celebration of the fif
tieth weddloc anniversary of the ventra
ble cople, Mr. and Mrs. John Warner,
which occurred ynjiterriav.
Corpova, Jan. 18. Vv.C. Heany and
usdr of masons ixpect to go back to
their work on Monday next.
Another wedding is announced to take
place in the near future.
Mr9. Frank Whiteside's baby, accd six
we ks, was buried on Wedncs lay.
The lime manufacturers are anticipat
ing a good trade the coming sei-son.
H. B Oee. of Maquoketa. Iowa, was
a caller in the v.llaye on Monday of this
W. R Freek has been on the sick list
for 6ome time but is able to attend to bis
Those who have occasion to dig in
mother earth say ther-i is only a few
iichts Of frost.
It is rumored that Henry Trent.of Port
I jron, will run the J.J.Johnson lime
kilns ccx. reason.
A young child el H. Diiract, Jr., aged
18 men's, died of ervsipelcs and was
buried on last Thursday.
Elmer Abbott, of Clinton, Iiwa, wss
a caller upon relatives and friends here
oil Monday of this week.
We understand the Bapti-t people suc
ceeded in getting one convert. Mrs.Eai-iu
B rch, ncd the meetings still continue.
Frank Qamblin is again representing
G. E Biilcy. Frunk is a good salesman.
wi ti lited by customers us well as em-
T;e negro songsters with their melo
dies have omtt and t;nne witn no mourners-
except tliose who paid 25 cents to
A few d'ivs during the cold weather a
coitl famine was feared, but was averted
by neighbors borrowing from those who
happened to have, until our coal men got
a f ;w cars.
The A bany band's concert was pro
no'inced a success as rendered at Albany
Its", week. The lovers of music would da
we 1 to attend the enteitainment at Mar
sha l's hall on Saturday evening.
A runaway occurred in the country
one evening the beginning of the week.
No bones were broken, but a few of the
yot.ng people were tossed in the snow
bar ks promiscuously.
I T. Durbin has returned to Gales-
burg, where he will work in one of the
bri( k yards in company with his brother
Caleb. If everytbintt is agreeable he
will moye his family in the spring.
we unders'und that an ordinance
is contemplated compelling owners and
tennts of property lying adjicent to
sidewalks to clean 8' id sidewalks within
15 tours after each and every storm.
A tieritorious ordinance embracing such
provisions as named womd pass without
18 Wilder W Warner to Joins H
Stafiord. lot 9. Chamberlain's add, Mo
line, f 1.040.
R vnolds Cemetery Co. to Storer John
son, lot 19, block 23, Reynolds cemetery,
S W Odell to J C H Head, part outlot
3, Fuirmount add, Mnline. $1,800.
Ri.fus Walkr to J C U Head, lots 6
and 7, R Walker's Qrst add. Moline, $1,.
El en 8 Webber to Auguita Qehrt, lot
2. Virgil Warren's add, Rck Island,
19. Estate of John Warnock, Order
allowing claims. Order fixing value of
widow's dower and homestead rights.
Esiatc of Diedricu Gluesin?. Apprais-
ment bill and widow's award filed and
apprcved. Widow's relinquishment and
selection Hied and approved. Etecutor's
final report filed and approved.
Guardianship of minor tieira 1 nomas
JoJinaon Order authorizing guard
ian t rebuild house on wara s real
IAceimeil to Wed.
Jan. 14. Oust Bramman, Kate Schu-
16 Thomas F. LiVcile. Kose Som-
mers; Rock Island.
A. A. Pihlgren, Ottibi S Gustafson
17 Emil Dierickx, Mary Haymen;
18 William Weir. Bridget Tumey;
Rolert S. Hazen. Calamus, la.; Mrs.
Irene Dubois, Akron, O.
in Olden Times.
People overlooked tho importance of
permanently beneficial effects and were
satisfied with transient action; but now
that it is generally known tint Syrup of
Figs will permanently cure habitual con
stipation, well-informed people will no:
buy other laxatives, which act for a t'me,-
but finally injure the system.
The Toplo Well Handled bj a Mtpiln ao
The December number cf ?ood Roads,
a copy of which has been received by the
Axgcb, is an "Illinois number," the bulk
of its contents being devoted to the dis
cussion of road improvement in this
state. The initial article. "Good Roads
for Illinois," is by Gut. Aligeld. The
governor considers the question of gool
roads one of the most important that now
confronts the farmers ot Illinois, and he
thinks the state should take bold of the
work with a resolute spirit He says:
''The time has come when a citizen of
Illinois should be able to drive from one
end of the state to the other with a team
at all times of the year. We have as
tounded the wor.d in the building of
great cities, great rai.roids, great shops
and great factories we have built up a
splendid agriculture, and have pushed
the development of our wonderful re
sources, and the attention as well as the
ent rgiea of the people have besn directed
toward these ends; but we find that
nothing has been done toward making of
highway, that shall be passible all the
year round. Consequently there are
months iu every year in wnic;i it is im
potsible for the farmer or the merchant
to drive his team 25 chiles with eve i haif
a load; in short, we huve made no mater
ial improvement "oward the improvement
of our roadi."
The governor then proceeds to dipcuss
the advantages mproved highways would
be to tne people, and m-ik"8 a s'rong iir
gumrnt in their favor. Amcg the other
articles of this number are: "HrJ F-.cis
and Political Points," oy D R. Sierry,of
BitavU; "Illinois R ad and Roid .Ma
terials," by J. n. Burniam, C. E ; "The
Economic Importance cf Good Roads,"
by Hon. John M Stahl, of Qiincy; and
"The Work ..f the Coming Year," oy F.
W. Gerould, of C nemo. This number
of Good Roads is profusely illustra'ed.
Among the illustration are excellent por
traits of Gov Altgeld, Hon D. Wi S'uilh, I,
Hon. Wm. L. Gross Hon. A. L.Con
verse and A. A. Billingsley, of Spring
field; Wm. A. Connelly, editor of the
Dinville Dily Press, and J. H. Hackef,
A Washington dispatch t the Chicago
Herald s:&tate that R ck Island arsen-l
and ibe government ordye are g ve.i
$25,250 in the sundry civil hdl reported
Wednesday. Tne i'0,000 of last year f.-r
care of Miildings an 1 r uods is in
creased t 1 10 000. ih. $U!0J being for
new fences, extra sewers and grading
For machinery and shop fiuures, $10.-
000. same a9 last year; f r care j.ud
maintenance of bridge, $5 000. as against
$10,000 list year; for sheer booms, $250,
same as heretofore.
Hood's Sarsaparilla stands at the bead in
the medicine world, admired in prosper
ity and envied in merit by thousmds if
would-be competitors. It has a Krgrr
sale than any other medicine. Such sac-
cess could not be won without positive
Hood's Pills cures constipation by rc-
peristalic action of the a!--meiitij canal.
Tn?y are the bes'. f.tmilv cathiii.
A iuft-.r i.:!.ii-.ry.
A curious col lection of boots is contained
in the library of Wurstentcin, near Cassel,
in German-. The books appear ut first
sight to be logs of wood, but each volume
la really a complete history of the tree it
represents. The back shows the bark, in
which af-moll place Is cut to write the
scientific and common name as a title.
One side shows the tree trunk in its natu
ral state and the other is polished and var
nlshed. Inside are shown the leaves, fruit,
fiber and Insect parasites, to which is add
ed a full description of the tree and its
Friend What was your graduation es
Mabel "What the Astronomers Know
'Dear me! Why did vou choo&e Ul&i
'Because I didn't Lave time to write
much." New York Weekly.
"I have used Salvation Oil in my fami
ly and find it to be a splendid liniment.
Mrs. Ella Journey. 728 6.h St , Ports
Fits All fits stopped free bv Dr.
Kline's Great Nerve iiehtorer. No fits
after the first day's ux--. Marvelous
cures. Treatise snd S2 trial bottle free to
fit cases. Send to Dr. Kiioe. 931 Arch
ttreet, Philadelphia, P For sale by at 1
drutruists: cU on ip-.-.ta
jRE EVIDENCE That the UooJ h
wrong, and that nature in endcr.-j-cring
to thro-jj off the impurities.
Nothing is so beneficial in cssixtiro
nature as Swift's Specific S. S. S.)
It is a simple vegetable compound. Is
harmless to the most delicate child, yd
it forces the poison to the surface end
eliminates it from the blood.
I contracted a severe cte of blood poison
that unfitted me for business for four years. A
few bottles of Swift's Specific (5. S. S.) cured
me. J. C. Jones, City Marshal,
Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed
tree. Swirr Sraciric Co, Atlanta, Ua.
THE FOUR POINTS
For your consideration
The Material, the Workmanship,
The Finish, the Selling?
Wt THINK WE ARE JUSTLY IN Vtf
Come and investigate for yourself.
Our FURNITURE, Every Description.
CARPETS, Every Texture,
t4 gn g
Blanbits, Coffltors aiifi Bidding
in fact ever v thing you need fuv the home.
EASY PAYMENTS. No Extra Charge.
CHAS. A. MECK
322 Brady Street, Davenport, li
Open till 8 o'clock, Saturday's till 10.
THE MOLINE WGON,
M- like, Ills
The Moline Wagon Co.,
JiRnulacturers ol FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAGONS
A full and complete line of Platform and otter Spring Wacons, especially aaaptea to tie
W extern trade, cf snperior workmacKhlp and flnlA Illnstnited Price List Tree on
, licntioc. See tho MOLINB U'lStiN before nurchasine
"A FAIR FACE MAY PROVE A FOUL BAR
GAIN." MARRY A PLAIN GIRL IF SHE USES
Heating and Ventilating Engineers.
Gas and Steam Fitting,
4 complete line of Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing Hose,
Fire Brick; Etc. Largest and best equipped
establishment west of Chicago.
DA. V1?S tajO;1 aloline, HI. I 112, 1 14 West Serenteenth Bt.
Telephone 2053. j Telephone 1148.
H wldenre Teleo'Tii- 1 '"P
J. Bla CHRISTY,
umum OF CRACKERS no mw,
Ak Tonr Orocer for Them.
They are Bert.
The OhriBty "Otktih" and Chrtaty "TTatbb.
MANHOOD RESTORED ! :i'"r,Sz
tea vaantee to rare all n.rvnn. dlm.iiM. . noh u Weak Memorr.
LuMof iriun I'owcr Ujuoactie. Wakef ulnen, lxt Manhood, NlrhtlT Eni
aiona. NerTounness,av-nue, all drains and loss of power of UieUeneraUts
Uriraita IP either ee? et'vs oy over ezertton. youthful
dm 01 tooarci.
Tee: e?ps' oy orer eiertHm. yonthful erro-a.or ezeewlx
OfU.n r.. athnnlanta' which soon lead to lnnrml. Cooavlflp
ly. -ut op eonveoientt. carry In Tert pocket. ! ivpack
we by mat!: 6 for Wit a every order e a hikoi nrmux ui er
Fora 'n Rock island by HarU ft Bahnaen. Jri Ave. and 20th ttreet.