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THE ARGUb, MOHPAY; JANUARY 23, 1893.
At Arnold's ol course, he has thelargen stock west
can save at least 20 per cent by bu ing you: gro
ceries of him You
anything in fancy bottled goods that are in the
in price and beet in quality can always be found a:
hey lust Go.
Ladies' lace, warm lined shoes, sold at$1.7,
go ai $1.2).
Ladies' lace, warm lined shoes, sold at SI 50,
go at $1.00.
Ladies' warm lined leather slipper go at
Ladies' felt waim lined slipper, sold at $1.00,
Misses and Children's, all that are left, go
the same way.
in LADIES' FINE SHOES GO AT BAR
GAINS. Alen's working shoes, congress,
lace and buckle, $1.00.
1625 Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
We Look Back With Gratification on a Year of
Hard Work. Close Attention.
A Thoroughly Reliable Line if
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i m m ii m ."bj
JUAJCr n 1 1 ii kin i iiini
And Reasonable Prices,
Especially Reasonable Prices,
wre and are ihe motors of our ste idily ir creasing trade.
We do not boast of the enoTmous territoty of ur
establish ment. but we do cliim that we d a larger busi
ngs han any store in the earne line in the west.
MERIT ASSERTS ITSELF We thank cur patrons for
ilinr liberal support, and promise at all times to retain
tlMr confidence by handling on'y th BEST GOODS.
t ' mimhiim--TiTtrrKini- rf"Hff
SOI, 303 W. Second St., Davenport.
DBA LEE IN
telephone 1098. 231 Twentieth street.
Rooms for rest, 14U7 Second tTenue.
Send U Krell & Math for four cook-
Oysters by the dish or can at Krell &
Furnished rooms to rent, 1182 Third
When you buy canned goods, don't for
Wanted Plw fitters. Eagle Mfg.
Co., Daren port, la.
The largest stock of canned goods in
the three cities at Arnold's.
Why go home to dinner when you can
get a nice lunch at Krell it Math's.
Eugene Barns and family came down
from La Salle and spent Landaj with it
W. C. Hartman, of Omaha, ismakirg
a sbort visit to old friends and acquain
For rentAn 8 -room house, No-.767,
Elm street. Apply to William McEniry,
in Mitchell & Lynde's building.
Hot coffee, tea or chocolate by the cup
and lovely French or plain rolls with
cream pie or puffs at Krell & Math's any
Money to loan on city property. First
or second mortgage, low rate, lone time,
Call on H. A. Weld, 1801 Second ave
Arnold has a line of canned and bot
tk'd goods that are seldom shown outside
of large cities, and at prices that cannot
H. H. Baker, the old-time and well
known engineer on the C , R. I. & P.,
has given up his engine and gone to Blue
Island, where he will embark in the hotel
business. He has long been one of the
Rock Is-Uml'f. ni'ist (.ooular engineers and
has many friends wfco will wish him un
An alarm of En turned in from boi 23
at the corner of 8tventh avenue end
Twelfth street about 7 o'clock on Satur
day ev nine brought out the fire depart
ment to a ttoupe at Twelfth street and
E.chtb avenue owned by E. Allen and
occupied by J. Clark. The cause of
the fire was a defective flue and the loss
will be less than $100 The department
responded in go d tim".
Bme Hall Voslp.
The Sporting News has the following
in an article devoted to league af
fairs and the prospects for the season of
Negotiations are now oending to se
cure membership frm the following
cities: Peoria. Ptkin, Can'on. Q lincy,
Galesbnrg, Burlington, Keokuk. Spring
field, Danville, Bioomington, Streator,
Liaile and Litchtleld, Letters have al
ready been received that are q jite en
couraging, 'ihe prospects for the league
are beiter for 1893 tban ever before
President Kent wants it distinctly under
stood that McC iU.1 bas nothing whatever
to do with thf league and that he wii!
not hive. His Boris to injure the
league ever since he has been connected
with it are too well known to need any
Rock Island-Moline. Rckford and
Jacksonville are the only time remaining
meciDers of the league for the p-st Tear,
but it willjnot be very long betore there
v.VA be others. Care will be taken in
this leiRue this year to observe the sal
ary limit of $750 more rigid!? than ever,
and a meeting will probably be held the
first meeting in February and any other
information desired by aov base ball pliv
er or friend of the came, can be obtained
from President VV, W. Kent, of Jackson
vile or Secretary F. C. Lmder, of
A hoy stood on the burning deck.
Unwisely, too, 'ti said.
For, with the fast approaching Dime,
Ilis elders quickly fled.
So, many now In peril stand,
Unminalul of their fate.
Till, step by step, Grim Death comes on
And tben, alas! too late!
Far wiser, surely, would It seem.
When bis approach we see,
WUh "Pierce's Pellets" well in band
Toranqu'sh old "O. D."
Pierce's Pleesant Pellets haye remarkable pow
er to correct all physical derangement, thai
warding off dieae that would BUrcly follow.
Purely vegetable, ) leasant to take, rerfectly
harmless! With a little fortthongbt, the '11 be a
present belp In time of need cheating the doc
tor and robbing tbe grave. As a Liver PiH, ther
are uncqualcd. Smallest, cheapest, easiest to
take. One dope as a laxative, three or four aa a
cathartic. Tiny, sui.-ar-coi.tcd granules, in vials;
IIU New Scheme.
A gentleman of Aurora has taken bold
of the troublesome hired girl question in
a way that must solve it at once, if there
is such a thinz as a solution in tbe books.
He publishes the following ad in a local
Wanted At No 4 Grant Boulevard.
a eirl fur general housework. Whether
tbe girl knows anything about the busi
ness or not, the highest wages will be
paid". But three people are in tbe family,
no children. Washing will be sent out.
The girl vtill be expected to take care of
her own room; 6he will be allowed three
afternoons out per week, and company
eich evening until midnight, when not
out herself No 4isbutto blocks from
the business part of th- cUy. and has all
modern conveniences; bruss band can be
beard and prncesBior.s seen frrm the back
porch. Atidress. L. L.
r. S. if the ini:i? sn'um Da consid
ered oo numerous, any of them can be
Beware of Ointments for Catarrh That
as mercury will surely destroy tbe sense
of smell and completely derange tbe
whole system when entericg it through
the mucous surfaces. Such articles
should never be need except on prescrip
tions from reputable citizens, as tbe dam
age they will do is 10-fold to the good
you can possibly derive from them.
Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F.
J. Cheney & Co., Tolecio, 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 genu,
ine. It is taken internally, and made in
Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney & Co.
f3T"Sold by Druggists, price 75c per
Milan, Jan. 31 CapL L L. Wheeler
has gone to Detroit, Mich , his former
home. He will be absent two or three
F. W. Thompson, ol Pink Prairie,
made us sbort visit this week.
Hugh McCortney, who has been living
the lire of a hermit tbe last 10 years on
the Knoxville road in this township, died
at the poor farm on the 14th inst. He
was taken there on the 8d of this
There has been for same time corre
spondence from this town published in
tbe Union that is discreditable to both
the town and the writer, and has little
foundation in fact. Tbe letter that ap
peared in the Union Thursday morning
signed "Tours," aroused the indignation
of the best citizens to such a stage that
after a general conference it was deemed
necessary and tbe duty of every good cit
izen to thus publicly express his disap
proval and indignation. They don't
think it is right to invade private homes
and pjblish to the world matters that
are not only untrue but unworthy a
a place in a respectable newspaper.
Jan. 21. Mary J Cable et al. to
Aliee L. Cooper, lot 2, block 4, Moline
hoe on the Bluff, $1.
Ellen S Webber to Swedish Evangeli
Cil Lutheran church, lot 7, block 1, Ellen
S Webb.Th add., Moline, $700.
Maria B. Hayes by adm nistrator to
H. C Connelly part lot 7, block 10, O d
Town of Rock Island. $150
D. J. Kennedy to O, G. Dick, part lo
5, 2, 27, 2w, assessors plat of 1870, $1.
C. Q. Dick to David J. and Annie
Kenneilv. part 5. 2, 17, 2w, assessor's
plat of 1870, $1.
2 1 Estate of Louisa Moritz. Petition
for le ters of 8dm:nibtratiun filed by J L
Estate cf William K. Morrow. Peti
tion for letters of administration filed by
Susan D. Koseman
In olden Times.
People overlooked tbe importance or
permanently bentficial effects and were
satisfied with transient action; but now
that it is generally known that Syrup of
Figs will permanently cure habitual con
stipation, well-informed people will not
buy other laxa'ives. which act for a time.
but finally injure tbe system.
Hennepin Highly Endorsed.
At the deep water ways convention,
called in Washington last week to con
sider ways and means for securing a
deeper channel between the great lakes,
ex-Congressman Jerry Murphy succeeded
in getting an endorsement for the Hen
nepin Canal proposition, altcough there
has been a disposition on the part of
some interested in the former to oppo.-e
the latter. Mr. Mcrphy was a member
of the committee on resolutions aud in
troduced a clause favorable to the Hen
nepin canal, which was voted down. A
minority report was then prepared, and
was adopted by the convention on a yea
and nay rot's.
' I was deaf for a year, caused by ca
tarrh in the head, but was perfectly cured
by Hood's Sarsaparilla," H. "Hicks,
Koshester. N. Y.
My-;C- J ones of Fulton, Ark., .r.vc c f
jgljaipa "About ten years ago I ccm
t&SaSSiS tracted a severe case of blood
poison. Leading physicians propcrj'.ied
medicine after utedicioo, whicL 1 t.:i
without any rolief. I also t.rio.1 m.r-
cia and potusa remedies, v. ii
9 I. U B ff a.2 ,vt JM i i
U! : -
;:3sftil rr-sults, but which bronchi ci :.
ttack of mercuri 1 r cumatiirti V:
'i-j'la my life one of agony. After sv.f
r;ug four years I gevo tia all r. me-Jit..
r ci commenced using S. S. S. Alt a
n'Ui-.ig sevoral bottles. I w. s eu.irt'.;
r.ir.'M RT" resume work.
'ijjjH! is the greatest medicine for
fomlSJEMi blood poisoning to-clay on
Treatise on ITIood and Skin Diseases mailed
-rco. Swire Si-ecifio Co.. Atlanta, Ga.
He PmcM Three Sermons.
Here is unsolicited testimony.
It shows what Reid's German
Congh and Kidney Cure will
do for public speakers.
It is the best thing for the
throat in the world.
Nesiris, Wis , Dec. 5th, 1892.
Sylvan Remedy Co., Peoria, III:
Sire: I would like to keep
your Reid's German Cough and
Kidney Cure for sale. Your
agent stepped over night at my
place the fore pirt of the past
summer and le't a sample bot
tle and I gave to a minister that
had thre9 sermons to preach in
o le day, and he had so bad a
sore throat, that he thought he
could not get through with one,
but by taking the cure, he went
through with all of them com
fortably. Mykon Piokkbictg.
die it 3KO. P.
t treeti. who ad
tine aouUaato may
THE FOUR POINTS
For your consideration
The Material, the Workmanship,
The Finish, the SeXir&
Wh THINK WE ARE JUSTLY IN iTp
Come and investigate for yourself.
Our FURNITURE, Every Description.
CARPETS, Every Texture,
Blankets, Comforters and Bsiing '
in faci everything you need fj the hoaia.
EASY PAYMENTS. No Extra Charge. '
OH AS. A. 1VCECK
322 Brady Btxeet, Davenport, h
Open till 8 o'clock. Saturdav's till 10.
rnrjrr- ttw ttt a rtrkivr
X. LXLs UllN ri VV XKJKJn,
The Moline Wagon Co.,
Manufacturers ol FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAG0ES
A full frtid complete line of Platform and other Spring W airoro, especially aaaptec to V
Wextem trade. of superior workmancMr ard ficlro li!uetntcd Price List fpe&x
au location. 8ee tbe MOLINB WAlHiK before uarchasine
"A FAIR FACE MAY PROVE A FOUL BAR
GAIN." MARRY A PLAIN GIRL IF SHE USES
Heating and Ventilating Engineers,
Gas and Steam Fitting,
A complete lin- of Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing Hose,
Fire Brick4 Etc. L-arfest and best equipped
frSlablisament weal of Chicago.
DAVltf JAU-Hvii. .moline, HI. I 112, 114 "West Serenteenth ct.
Telephone 3053. J Telephone 1148. Eockk'e
C. J. W. SCHREINER,
Contractor and Builder,
list 111 Fourth avenae. Eeaidetce 1119 Fourth arcnue.
Placs and speciflcationa fnrolshed on all clasae of work; also Kent for WUlei'i patwlM
ehdinv Blinds, Bomeihing new, Btjliati and desirable.
Proprietoror of the Brady street
Ail kind of Cot Flowers constantly odSduh!.
Green Hougea Flower Store
Ci.e block ccrtb of Ctnttal wrktbe largcrtln lew. . SM Brajirtreet,rt'enpgftJI