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THE ABGUP, qATUKUAY, SEPTEAiBER 5, 1891
J R heidy
P La Velle
John Vlimt ver
The 9llsa Koehe lv a Maaetas
Party Poenaeataa Tribe ive a
Uaneeattbe DaTeaaer HeaiMtraa.
The Misses Mamie and Ktie Roche on
Twelfth strmet. entertained a large Bom
ber cf friends with a very pleasant danc
ing pmrfy Wst night.. About CO from tV.is
city hnd D.ivet port weie ( revet t.
freshments we e served and an exceeding
ly pleasant evtniog was speal by till.
Blfcuer'e orchestra furuiabed the music.
The following is a list of those present:
May Richard Mary Ahem
Louie Ro-enfie d Manie Cunnin
Jennie Kane firtdxet Hoi ho
h'te Bocne AC" ? Sexton
Ann e Slattery
ilr and Mrs John Aina
worth William Eai;n
3 T Shield?
John Ru ns
1 hotna" C'ollini
't homa Mutray
The "trhost 'l-.ti"e" s'cen by Peca.on
tas council of the Improved Order of
IiL-d Mtn at ih: Davenport Lomtstcad
ltit evening was lastly attecded and
provtd a vtry enjoyable affir. An
unique feature of tUc evening wa9 the
turnin(?out of tho lighis in the midst of
the dances, their place being supplied by
red lights being t urned, in the midst cf
which a number cf braves in full war
paint Cfcrue in anng the pale face dan
cers and gave an imitation of the weird
ghost dance. The bouse was brilliantly
illuminated and decked with Chinese
lanterns. A fine supper was served and
all enjoyed themselves immensely.
Tne Lndon inaugurated its grand fall
opening this morning by sending out
Bleuer's baDd through the streets while
boys nea:ly and artistically attired dis
tributed hand bil.s txiaiuiug the treat
ev'it As a f urt ier cHt'brati n in honor
of its fall opening the London bad its
store beautifully decorated and the almost
endless 9sortmett of wearing apparel
displayed to the best possible advantage.
The London hi.s now been in Rock
Island but 10 montbf, and yet it has al
ready become not only one cf the city's
must prominent and llouribhiug business
institutions, but one of the most promi
nent in this entire section. Its enter
prise and .luck, its liberal, yet judiiins
and novel methoc s of advertising, have
won for it a reputation far and wide.
Good business enterprise is of greater ad
vantage to a city than mot people have
an idea. Not only does it draw people
here, but it pleases them after they come,
and they come again. The consequence
i i that all classes (I trade profit by the
liberality and public spirit of this one
business house. Would that Rock Island
had more like it.
At Trinity church. Rev. R. F. Sweet,
reotor, services at 7 and 10:45 a m , and
7:30 p. m. At the chapel at 2.30 p. m.
At the First Met iodist, preaching at
10:45 a. m- and 7.45 p. m . , by the penor
Rev. 6. W Oue. Sunday school at 9:15
a. m., J.F. Robinson, superintendent.
Young people's met ting at 6:45 p. m.,
Charles E. Adams, leader.
At the Ninth Street Methodist, Sunday
school at 2 p. m. Preaching at 3 p. m.
Sermon by Rv. W. C. Knapp. of Nor
mal, 111 . formerly tislor of the First
Methodist c urch. R ca Iala' d. Rev. M.
M McCreig'tt, paatrr.
At the Ct-f'tral IVeibyten-n, services
morning and evenii with preaching by
the pastor. Rev. J H K rr. At the
morning service the S i-lament of the
Lord's supper will be administered.
Young People's Society of Christian En
deavor meeting at 7:45 p. m.
At the First Baptixt, reopening and re
dedicatory service at 10 o'olock a. m.,
sermon by Rev. E. 8 Graham, D. D., of
Upper Alton, III. Evening service at the
regular time of service. Sunday school
meets at 9:15 a. m. Young people's
meeting at 6.30 p. m. Sunday school in
the Forty-fourth street chapel at 3. p. m
At the Christian Services morning and
evening conducted by .the pastor, the
Rav. T. W. Grafton." Mornine subject,
"Christian Heroism." Evening subject,
"Individual Burdens " Sunday school
at 9:15 a. m. Youn? People's Society
of Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. mn led
bv Miss Dora Newton.
Tbe W hy af It.
- A casual elance at a newspaper will
show a list of men wh i help to baild up a
town. If you see a good sized live ad
vertisement in the par by each of the
principal merchants, and a card from
each of the small onet, you need not in
qnire as to the prosperity of that town
it's solid. But if you find tbe most ex
tensive merchants not advertising their
business, then you can set it down as a
fact that those who do try to push their
business interests have a hard and uphill
journey all the year round. Springfield
Tbe Bridge en Carnival Night.
Rock Island ARSEr al, Rock Island,
111 , Sept. 4. No person will be allowed
to remain upon the Rook Island bridge on
The Davenport end of tbe bridge will
be closed, but anyone wishing to oroas
over to Rock Island w 11 be allowed to do
so, but they will be compelled to keep
moving and will not be allowed to loiter.
This precaution if taken as a means of
safety. Respectfully, etc..
M. W. Lyon,
Capt. of Ord. Com'd'g. '
Go to Satcliile's for 'fall paper.
PmbUe Damaad. -
Smoke Public Demand cigar. Strictly
hand made, long Havanna filler; five cents
See our line of children's and miswa
grain school shoes all solid f 1, $1.20.
Cheapest line of school shoes in the tri
clllei at tut Buatnu.
Wanted A nurse at 1210 First avenue.
Saturday at the London.
J. E- Montrose, Manager.
FRIDAY EVE., SEPT. 11th-
Engagement of the ?rearcKt tSia'ect Comedy
produced in yeara.
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National Swedish Quartette from
Seat on mle t Harp.- Hon Fharniacy 'Wed
ntsi'ay. fth. Priei-s -J5, SO aud ;tctnu.
YOUNG MEN,' OLD MEN
OCT IN THE TDIIS OF IHt SERPENTS CF 0ISUSC
They maa htroic afforu to fret thcnuelT.
i hmt not knowing bow to accessfalty
. rv JSHAKE off the horrid snakes
Uiev give cj. f dirir a 1 aii.il idw as
OUR NEW BOOK
bi fr TMrfl pstid, iredj
the phi loop fc ( Bii
m& Attictioma of th
Orponi of Man. hew by
T mtthoda icluilvely our
owi, th wont cm ol
Lost or Ft, 111 Eg Manhood,
aaral u4 Hcrroaa Da-
i bllltV, WiatOSU Oi Bogy
I a.&4 Miad Efleta of Errors
or Excasaas, umnwa or
ShrnnkaB Or (ran a r.n kVe Cajranl. BanaCta in da.
HovtoSnUrrc svnd BtrenptheBW EAX T I DEVELOPED
OROANB PARTS of BODY aaat plain to all UtorMtod.
Iia ifstifv from SO State, Terrnarit aud ForaifQ CouD'rie.
T.) can wrimr th-m Pt Book, foil fxplmoaitio and proof. aidrM
ERIE MEDICAL CO. BUFFALO, N.Y.
: Shirt Factory :
We are now prepared to take
your measure and make
PriiiB w Low tlie Luweal.
Also all kind- of
Second Avenue, Kuck Island.
OTer Lwflcy'f Crockery store.
MISS KATE BYRNES.
Laces, Velllcgs, Gilt Trimmirgi,
Jet and Gilt Ornaments,
1709 Second avenue,
ISUSE CIME nrSEaiSAL, ER0US
lltllArT TtBBSltS h ttuwo,
ttllBLt-ABES Oil WIN.
SIUBAER HlVrGailBlli nil
TaWTt U mAPfilSTIMST,nio
-HAS DECIDED TO SELL OUT HIS-
On that Account Our whole Stock of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Has to be Disposed of
AT ANY PRICE.
Worth of Men's, Boys' anff Children's Clothing
To be ,Bought for
115 and 117 West Second Street, DAVENPORT, IA.
School Days Are Now upon Us!
CARSE & CO.
Have received the most complete and solid
line of School Shoes that has ever been '
seen in Rock Island.
THEY ARE SOLID LEATHER.
No Shoddy. Price in reach of every Person.
W e know what hard usage a child gives a Shoe.
We have tried to meet the demand for a good
Prices to suit every person.
GARSE & GO.
1622 Second Avenue
' IfniksLi-t m. rwiUlAn! irituMrmf'T to thesltut. Aa
rmovev all pimple. rrwkW and diMcolratiofis. Fur
sals by all rirvt-clAa dmsrpfi ta, or mJuttMl for 60 da.
in auampa vy
, as mt. taria Q
ISSVH Sal nnvTMHuniKin ,w a
t iMf ja fauna on.
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And Dealer in Mens' Fine Woolens.
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