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THE ARGUfl. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 29, 1891
PrS;nts inserted on. day at ic
PsTZVe days at c per word
ft roru, - er WOrO.
I one wxat aP. local ..HeIp
ltoat:o.'S hree Unes Jn
k: reiiirn to AODS office.
L - -rrrT-Ti.-,n Salary or commission :
i,Kyf. . ... ,..rial inducement now.
,,,,n On chattel mortsiwes,
,pSK 1 . ....i. i. u-im. nd a.larticice
lit . ' ' ii l nrnni1 &V0HUA.
J. . Jone-, "
f " , ,, v v ulemen to take orders
f'i!"; ,, i., -fruit and ornamental trees.
If ; ... ' .:,r,il-. ere. No experiencs
IT (f- " ,,.-.'- required GOOD PAY.
;".ril F FltM" CO., KocatSTEB,
TT. . , . ,,..rn who cook anrl bake 10
ANT."..i',.. h,.-M ,H)kinc Stove in the world;
it! r .-.. ......... in t,t on dls-
- ''':;!" , one-htlf with order.
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gul.y. Alrasu vuj-ao, v
r . . 1 . h T- ,1 X V . T),i iw -
l 7 nh'ii l. von can pilt away an much
L .!-oiii rMiici'-eas in the average ward-
Y.iu can vni" V- """ .I.. .,
,. pr. TaMiaiue. who
Z-f v these waawaa. . " " i'.o a, j .
f 1l"tz; ;ilkhrocatulle.835. $30. Al
( !..- . j uvrtle avenue. Brook-
acation Over I
low for Work
r ct v. ! Ur.-c adJitlon to their stock
iri every avnirimeni.
ii-.il - li'I'l or all kind?, including
lest Goods at Low Rates-
A. D. HUESING.
k;reetit!. among other lme-tried ana well
am fire losurance Companiea he following :
'-n Imurance Company, of Eneland.
t'-nejter Fire Inn. Company of N. Y.
ihialo German Ins. Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
"Hester German Ins. Co., Rochester, H. Y.
-.:atis In. Co., of Pittsburgh, Pa.
F:re Office. London.
::oc Int. Co., of California,
iranty In. Co.. Sew H iveu, Conn.
If tuaitee Mchanic Ini. Co., Milwaukee, W
aE Fire Ins. Co.. of Peoria. 111.
iOfflce Cor, 18th St., aad Second Ave.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
J. M. BUF')RD,
Tie old Fire and Tlme-trl CoapuSM
toFS PI?nMPTT.Y PATTI
r AWXIXA Alii 2. illl
f u low a any rell-ble ramnany ea
f "cr patronaie la aolielLad.
""Bm in Ar,tM block.
.Surety on Bonds.
WELC03IKU TO ROCK ISLAND.
w ''"are reqnired to give bonds in prasl-
lt-T.ll" to h (!. no 'K..i. un.A,... -l,nn,.v .l.h
i; 'c fn-r. is fmm further oblipationi as
t.. nr ;kk(. wh nay desire oonds and
; rr'tiuired in The courrs, shonld apply
rr?tT CO-, of New Tors. Cah (Japiuil
I'v-f rmtTve circular on application.
f-U. LIEBBRKNECllT. Aeent.
1. 14 ecod avenue, Kock Island, 111.
f ORSTiVON KCECKRITZ,Pbnnaclrt
f H3CKLPTIOe A SFIGIAX.TT.
Fourth Ave. andTwentv-Third St.
Itil . at'KiiTk,
B' is acknowledged
the leariiftr remedy for
The only sate remedy for
I ireaeriue it and feel
ts fi,.u.. r. ,'.u
. rani 1 If au snnerers.
Eft. F. W. Slenl.I. the Xtw P.t.r .r
the First M. E. Chareh. Tendered a
Reeeptloa an Entrrtaianaent.
Re. P. W. Merrill, the new pastor of
the first Methodist church, was given a
recej tion at that church last evening by
the members of the congregation and
ministers of the different Evangelical
churc hea of the city. An informal re
cepti on was first in order, after which a
floe t'roqramme of vocal music was ren
dered, the first number being "The Cru
sader's Song," by Prof. Griffith, after
which Mrs. Wood worth sang "The
G ld u Shore." "Hov Many Sail Out
Who Never Sail In," was next rendered
by Prof. Griffl h, after which Mrs. Wood
worth sang "The Ruby" and the pro
gramme was closed by "Welcome to the
Pastor" sans by a quartet composed of
Mrs. J. W. Crandill, Miss Gertie Wil
cox, Prof. Uousel and Mr. Parrett.
At the conclusion of the programme
came an address by Rev. Merrill, in which
he txpresseti his appreciation of the cor
dial reception which had been tendered
him, bnd spoke at some length upon the
relations which should exist between pas
tor and people, sayioe that the Rock Isl
and church had long borne the reputation
of beisg loyal to their pastor, and in con
clusion hoped that their mutual relations
would always be so characterized.
lie was followed by Rev. H. C. Mar
shall, of the United Presbyterian church,
who, curing his remarks, said that he had
been reared in a United Presbyterian at
mosphere. He hud heard of McthodUts
but did not know what kicd of peo
ple tl.ey were, but had nfterward be
come iicquaiated with them, and had
evea tecomea son in law to the church,
as he I. iij married one of the prettiest
Mettioilist oris in the town in which he
Dr. Tayl .r, of the First Baptist church,
followed with a few remarks in which he
expressed 1 Is friendship for the Metho
dist people s he had been brought up
amfng then!, and hid associated with
them more cr less.
Rev. R.ippof the German Methodist
church, tht".i spoke briefly of his pleas
ant relutiou-t with his own congregation,
saying in conclusion that he could ap
preciate Rev. Merrill's feelings on being
so cordially received.
William Jickson was then introduced
and hi;, on behalf of the laity of the
churcn extended to Rev. Merrill and wife
a heart; welcome. In the course of his
remarks Mr. Jackson said that as he
grew older he seemed to become less of
a Methodist and more of a Christian, be
cause h i had learned to see that the ob
ject of all churches was the salvation of
souls in their own individuals way. The
church had the reputation of being loyal
to its pastors in the past and he had no
doubt tiat it would continue to be so in
the future .
At the conclusion of Mr. Jackson's re
marks the congregation sang "Blest be
the Ti.; That Binds," and Rev. Merrill
closed the exercises with prayer.
In trie pursuit of tne gooa things of
this world we anticipate too much; wo
Bat out tne heart and sweetness of world
ly pleas ires by delightful forethought of
hem. The results obtained from the use
of Dr. Jones,' Red Clover Tonic far exceed
all claii.18. It cures dyspep&ia, and all
stomacl, liver, kidney and bladder
trouble. It in a perfect tonic, appetizer,
blood purifkr, a sure cure for ague and
malariai disease Price, 60 cents, of
Tj Nervont ana Seblt-ited Hen.
If you will Bend me vout address we
will mail you our lllusir-. -d pamphlet
explaining ail about Dr. Dyc'a celebrated
electro t oltaic belt and RDpliances, and
their ch irming efftcte -tton the nervous
dabilitaied system, aud how they will
quickly restore you to vigor, manhood
and health. Pamphlet free. If you are
thus affl cted, we will send you a belt and
appliances on trial.
Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich.
For Bale Cheap.
A Garland stove used one
stored at David Don's.
Pozzoai's Complexion Powder pro
2 aces a soft and beautiful kin; it com
bines every element of beauty and purity
Elderly people are often
troubled with a dry hacking
congh that is very annoying,
but which they think that they
cannot get rid of. In many in
stances it comes on so gradual
ly that they are hardly aware
how strong a hold it has until it
shos itself in the increased lia
bility to take cold and in a tick
ling of the throat nights. It is
this which lays the foundation
of pneumonia and other dis
eases that are bo fatal to elderly
people For maladies of this
kind Raid's German Cough and
Kidney ia a certain relief and if
taken j ersistently will effect a
comple-e cure. It stimulates
the organs and relieves the
throat .nd lungs of the foul se
cretions that clog the respira
tory passages, while there is
nothing deleterious in it. or
sale by all druggists.
Stlvan Remedy Co.,
J. E- Montrose, Manager.
Limited Engagement for
TUESDAY, SEPf., 29TH.
In Quality Equal to
'.MBN AND WOMEN."
and "THE HEXKIETTA,"
As Produced at the
Lyceum Th. atre,
Seat at Harper House Pharmacy. Saturday.
: Shirt Factory :
"We are now prepared to take
your measure and make
Prices as Low us the Lowest.
Also all kinds of
lt09 Secondvenne, Rock Island.
Over Looslcy's Crockery store.
MISS KATE BYRNES.
Laces, Vellincs, Gilt Trimmings
Jet and Gilt Ornaments,
1709 Second avenue,
C. O. T.
-221 and 223
AL Laundry Work done on short notice.
A specialty of Dress Skirts.
Prices as Low as the Lowest.
John Yolk Sc Co.,
Sash, Doors. Blinds, Siding, Flooring,
and all kinds of wood work for builders.
BlKhteenth SU bet. Third and Fourth aves.
FOR MEN ONLY!
if or lubt or raius U Ufl MUOD,
! General aad HESVOTJB DEBILITY,
ia Old or Tanr.
Kobail. K.blr BA.XHIKtD rail? Bnln4. II I. LaUn. ul
gtmnrttea Hk.l HI vr.UlerD IIKUSSiN Kl B.( BOUT
JbMl,l'l, aalmllla IIOSB TUUTU-llnfiu ft a?,
Br. IUfy fr W IWoUa mm4 Vm 9tmVmmmrin. Wrtt.tt.at.
lfeaerlBtJ aaak, aiplaaallaa wm arnfa ialliSnaliafiaa4
AUtms ERIE MEDICAL CO., BUFFALO, N, Y.
1 t L.unnuuiji.i
ttciid for circular containing
r.., -r it. .rvf.o'i jttrettoi Cimunip
;AM iM-r. Rriff Di.Me,tcroiu.J
: i T'-mi'mj M. TrtMiWrs etc..
w - kkw Ku ornnv rur jcrmm.
- 1. v fcA CH 'U' f VtU ITK
R 0 F. Ol EFFEN BACH'S
SURt CURE 'r StHlMAl, KfRVDUS
" 1 UfliHAHT TSOUSLtS TOUKQ.
MID01C-AQ(9 1 OH WED.
STOMACH MtOICkTION. US SaCta
TAIUTT Oi) aiSAfPOmTlrttllT.batpoil.
tiTdr rrHTs lb worvt cw is r4 bears,
and perawnvnttTearcilo luddaTt. U dais
-HAS DECIDED TO SELL OUT HIS-
On that Account Our whole Stock of
ClotMi flats anl
GENTS' FUENISHING 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, IA.
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
uujo ami iuuuiio vvatuipiuui oiiuuo
are worthy of special notice.
Leading styles, large variety and low prices
prevail in all departments.
CARSE & CO.
1622 Second Avenua
Imrjaru & hriiUtuit transpnretU'T totbetUtin. R
I mores all Dim Dies, frtvlcl' and ilis-col oration. For
1 sale by ail firt-i:.ass driir7ins, or mailed for 90 eta,
in stamp oy
iBtUV u J mn lll5l-V"a Ul "f o, vi ia
a .ay 5e fmrad am
aie uva r.
HOWELL CO S
Kawsnm Aiwaauai Bcaaas iv oprooa
J. T. TJIXOJN
And Dealer in Mens' Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue
sraaiauataa trial bj rataro mail for 51. Cirrolar free.
tr J THE PERU DRUO CO..
8okacta.ortfaeU.S 8 1 fili-MH w AL WLt
. IECATOa. life
Bold by DrmMii
I 1 ' auti