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THE ABGUP. SATUKDAY, SEPTEMBEB 26, 1891
rrZ- 7, r
L-CCVhanee and Miscel
&tr d one day at lo
'""i dlys c per word
t'rd: Joer word.
tJ AiCS officii.
Z7r, ,tary nr commission :
i;V 'VI J1";..,, j(i3,-i-uR-ut now.
.- rr.TTiiTrh'ifel mortesires,
.'.) "IX ...,, Hi.il all articles
: iv. J..
,4 M-i oi.d avenue.
i . .i, .ni. n to take orders
i'i'i ornamental trees,
' ' , r experience
.., mi Hn'i-
lI V.N KOCHISTEB,
cik anil hake to
i in tile
I, na-. 1') Ir wu
.41 fr.i Cot:
Hux or Ward
J,..'- !,.uiii:e .v dny aud
.1 1 1 . .i . ,n imu nut away ss mucu
c;-'1" . . in the averace ward-
u: ...tide for the price of
i f- niu-kti-' r .kipping
of the celebrated
n are very nice.
Fi-" 'uJ Brook'
ication Over I
OH & Co.
...t'!-'. :.i:-'f "!l:tions to t'ie't stock
I,, ,-vi-ry d pirtaeiit.
lit f a".! k.ude. including
En clopedeas, Etc ,
jt Goods at Low Rates.
ivn'.t. anionic other lme-tried ana well
fc riwliwarance Companies he following:
klaimnceComtianv. of Eneiand.
Irie'ter Fire Ins. Comnany of N . Y.
poferman Ins. Co.. Buffalo, N. T.
k:e: German Ins. Co.. Rochester, 19. T.
Inula". Co., of Pittsburgh, Pa.
ilu. Co., of California.
-Tilai. Co.. Sew Hiven. Conn.
Inu Micoanic Ins. Co.. Milwaukee, Wis
feaCor, 18th St., and Second Ave.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
I M. BUFORD.
to M Fire ,r,d Tims-trie
EES PROMPTLY PAID.
in i i""n,e ISS0UC1U4.
10 AKHt block.
wety on Bonds.
E 'Nft'-MES SUPERCEDED
T''j"" rt"l"ir' a to "ire bonds in post,
i, .' w,' dire to avoid asking
'"'l!r "etles. or who mar wisfi
1- ,:;.."' '':na '"r.tier obligations as
u'; .. ''",'w,n mJ denire Tmls and
,r.',,: , 1 "m,Un theeour:. shonld apply
'HETY Pfi r v lK AMERICAN
l,. ii n ' New York, C'aKh Capital
rt. i .'.If riTrr on application.
El. LI El. B IK N EC B1 Agent,
--.-minne, Kock island. III.
j- wemv-inira tit.
iM " remcly for
T,c '" "."e and (eel
V'uati.ifcl2. U sufferers.
. At Trinity c lurch, Re. R. p. Sweet,
rector, service) at 7 a. m ,10:45 a.m., and
7:30 p.m. At the chapel at 2:30 p.' m.
At the Y. M. C. A., 8. D. Cleland will
talk to tbe young men at the meeting at
o:ou p. m. ma auoieci will be, "A
Character bke ch of David." AH young
men are coruiMiv invited.
At. lhs Knyliih Lutheran nM&jihmi, . ,
10 45 a. m. in the Baptist chapel, on
rriyMouria street., on lleD iv. 16 by
tbe pastor, Kev. George E. Sbuey. 8un
d y scbool at 30 in College chapel.Prof.
j. v . r oss, Eapenaienaeot.
At the Cei.tTA.1 PreahvtnriQn
usual. Preach ing by tbe pastor. Rev. John
ii. .err. Mornine; subject, "Paul Bs
fore Felix." S mdav school at. fl -an ra
Young People s Society of Christian Eq
deavor meftinf; at 6:45 p. m.
At the First Methodiat.
10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. by the pastor.
nev. r. y. jiierrill. Subject in the
morning. "Trus Conception of Christ's
Kingdom; in the evenirg. "The Lost
Jc.ien. Sunn iy school at 9:15 a. m
J. F. RobiDSor,, superintendent. Young
peoples meetug at 0:30 p. m, Charles
ej. ii' ib ms, lea ier.
At the Cbris.ian, services at 10:45 a
m. and 7:30 n. m ronHnrtort h ti,u
tor. Ilev. T. W. Grafton. Morning sub
ject: "The Mission of Christ's Coming."
in the evening there will be a song ser
vice by membe-s of the Sunday scbool,
followed by an address by the pastor, on
"Christ as a Teacher." StindAV Sfihrvil at
8,:15. a: m Young People's Society of
vurisiiaa cnueivor meeting at 6:30 p
ra., lei by Mrp. L.E. West..
At the. First Tantiot hirami v .
. - - . . , . , i t . o , uuiuc o; i
vices in the tiorning. Decorations of
grains, iruus and vegetables. Songs,
recitations and ditlooiima he tha nUrr,).ur.
of tbe Sunday school and thatks c Serine
ai iu:45 a. m. Preaching in th eve
ning by tbe pastor. Subi-ci: "A Fool
ish Choice and its Reward." Sunday
SCOOl at 9:15 a. tn . J. W UVI.V,
intemient. Yoing people's mee'ting at
6:30 D. m. A sncial sprvic.. fntl at
. I " - . ..j.., . . . u .
tmdabce desirtd. Sunday schoolin the
rony lounu s.reet chapel at 3 p. m
A general rally, and a special meeting.
Milax, Sept. 24 Tbe continual heat
is cutting the pastures vcrv short.
Fitzpatrick & Dibbern are buying large
quantities of potatoes for shipping.
Corn has m :de wonderful progress ia
the last 10 days, and is practicUly out oi
me way or irost .
B jrtie Lafl n leaves in a few davs to re.
main with htr brother, Dell, at McCook,
At present this farmers in this vicinity
are passing awav tbe time by having tos
Mrs. El i Caldwell of Independence,
Iowa, is visiting her daughter Mrs. H. L
Frsning and otber friienda.
R. B. Stearns, a genial member of the
engineers' corps, left Saturday night for
short visit emoni friends in Chicago.
Oa complaint of Isaac Weaver, the
matter of drainage of the canning factory
win tie near a oe ore squire .brown.
L. L. Wheeler left atew days ago for
Michigan, extending his journey as
far as Buffalo, K. Y., on business of im
Rev. McCreiK'it leaves Wednesday nr
Thursdav for Preemption for the next
year. While an ong us for the past two
years be was held in high esteem among
Our city dads are looking up the drain
age system and have emploved J. H
Woremann, engineer, who is giving the
pians ana estimttes to run from the can
ning factory to tbe river.
Charles Bennett disposed of his grocery
stock to Frank White, who has placed it
in cnarge oi bis nephew, Hurley White.
air. vv nite has roaoy friends woo wish
him prosperity fir his business.
Much advertising has been done on
cheap wall paper. Franing still contins
ues to (ell high grades at very low prices,
and does not carry low grades in stock.
He also guarantees every roll full length
on an stylis
Our industries are pushed to their ut
most capacity. Tbe brick factory and
cotton and pa-pc r mills are running full
time. The roller mills are unable to fill
orders.tbecannicg factory is overcrowded
with the immense crop and 1 re acreage,
putting upwards of 200.000 cms of corn
and prospects of tomatoes double that.
running 20,000 cans a day.
Store Wsidaea latitat lea.
The Fulton Joarnal says that suit has
been commence i against the Modern
Woodmen of An erica by G. W. Clenden
den, ex-head ph j Bician, for the sum of
f 3,100 balance c f salary. The papers
were served on Head Clerk Hawes, by
Bherifi! Farley last week. The M. W. A
proves a very prclifls order for litigation.
D. S. Maltbv, juiiior deputy head consul,
has a suit in the United States court in
Omaha which comes up in October for
something like ST.COO. Theu there is a
case to come oS in Whiteside county cir
cuit court in October, of the state of Illi
nois vs. the Modern Woodmen, which has
been in progress for a couple of years.
To Iowa, Mo., Kt.n., Ind. Ter., Colo.,
Neb., Minn., or the Dakotas, over the
Great Rock Island route. Sept. 15 and
29 are the dates you can buy tickets
low rates round trip. Ask any ticket
agent for tickets t ver the Chicago, Rock
Island & Pacific ndl way. This line rnns
to all tbe states i.bove mentioned, and
offers superior tb'ough car equipment.
Limit on tickets, !I0 days. Enquire of or
address K. E.Palmek,
Pass. Agt. Central District, Peoria, ill.
G. T. & P. A, C . R. I. & P. Ry ., Cbi-
To Her Tons and Pebltawd Ken.
If you will send me your address we
ill mail vou our illustrated pamphlet
explaining all about Dr. Dye's celebrated
wtm rnlt.ic. belt, and appliances, and
their charming efljets upon the nervous
dabilitated system, ana now ukj m
quickly restore yo l to vigor, manhood
..j i.uiii, P.mnVilf-t free. If vou are
thus afflicted, we will send you a belt and
appliances ontnax v . .
VOLTAIC BmbT UO.. nmumu,
E. E. Parmentpr. .ttrnAv ibw
Makes collections, loans money and will
attend to any legal business intrusted to
him. Office, postoffice block. Rock Isl
and, Ilia. ds&wl
J. E. Montrose, Manager.
Limited Engagement for
TUESDAY, SEPT., 29TH.
In Quality Equal to
"MEN AND WOMEN."
and "THE HENRIETTA,
As Produced at the
- POPULAR PRICES.
Seat" at Harper Bouse Pharmacy, Saturday.
For men only
YOUNG MENOLD MEN
iw ma mil. ur mt SlKPiRTS OF IIHASt.
narow uorta to fr, tIMBitlTM,
Oat aat kaowlu kaw to .t.ii.
VOSHAKEOFFTHE HORRID SNAicri
Bey give up In despair sod aiok Into ae aarlr
OUR NEW BOOK
mt fr. iwMt-nfild. aw-atkawtl
for a Ilralt? tlsn.xiUiii
avn4 Affilctlons of thm
Org. r Man. and how bv
on, a wont niMn
lot or Flli&ff aWs.nl.ootl,
Oeaaral i.n4 Herromi D
bllity, WltBM of Body
and Mind, EflocU of Errors
Mr tt . asm fltantawl as
nnrauEoB Orsant run Cared. Bnflta in Uy.
Bow to EnUrge and StrenirthonWEAK, UNDEVELOPED
ORGANS 4t PARTS of BODTntvdo pUltttotvU lsUroitod.
Hen teatifT from hO MlllSl TorrlinriM mnA VMiarn rjiumriaa.
Tnu ftn trrif thm. For Book, full fxplanat.rtn and prwf..tv1drM
MISS KATE BYRNES.
Laces, eilinBS, Gilt Trimmings,
Jet and Gilt Ornaments,
1709 Second avenue,
C. O. 13.
221 and 223
AI. Laundry Work done on short notice.
A specialty of Dress Skirts.
Prices as Low as the Lowest.
John Yolk 6c Co.,
Sash, Doors, Blinds, Siding, Flooring,
and all kinds of wood work for builders.
XIhteecth 8U, bet. Third and Fovrth ares.
Smoke Public Demand cigar. Strictly
hand made, long Havanna filler; five cents
: Shirt Factory :
"We axe now prepared to take
your measure and make
Prices as Low as the Lowest.
Also all kinds of
1609 Second Avenue, Rock Island.
Orer Looeley's Crockery store.
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' and Children's Clothing
To be Bought for
115 and 117 West Second Street, DAVENPORT, I A.
Carse & Co.
The acknowledged leaders in
Now invite the public to inspect their new
fall stock, which is COMPLETE in all
departments. A CALF LINED shoe
for mens wear, and our
Boys' and Youths' Waterproof Shoes
are worthy of special notice.
Leading styles, large variety and low prices
prevail in all departments.
CARSE & CO.
1622 Second Avenue
Imparts si Wnlliant trmtiRMsirtJicy to the tkiu Ks
I more J1 niniulf. frerkle d1 J tMNlor lions. Kur
I sale by oil tinlc.su lirurKi'tst or uiauled (or 60 ctd
In Btatnps by
J. A. POUOHAj
SV Itt hunts. M
l. GEO. P.
Kawsvam Axuamjuma BcaxaO (1 epnu
t j tsmi km iM
J. T. T3IXOJST,
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenna