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THE ARGUQ. TVEDKESDAY,
OCTOBER 21, 1891.
tA? at o per word
i- tire "' ord-
t-iine three lines in
r., iced ng it. v ARGUS
rTvo7 chattel tnortgfMres,
-a U AS'T'L. -, .nH allart.C eft
T i,n 1W
ZiliTT avii-tant House
)-Tsrer ...icmiid opportunity for
: l at S-r -earie's office
-.ts:' n a. Baldwin.
TZlnnn a bookkeeper or iwn
l5j!t" ,na b.-st of rfer
"f0f;.f,C J. William,. 217 E.
"T.Tod alemento take orders
ii "" '.bra etc. So experience
. 'lred. GOOD PAT.
FUSS CO., KOOM.STEB,
ation Over i
.' ,re additions to tielr stocky
in every department, i
linppiie of ail kinds, including
Goods at Low Rates-
pmau. t-ion- other lme-tned ana well
i Fire ioiiarance Co zipaniea he f ollowtng :
It tain-ice fonnany, of England.
at;re int. Company oiy.Y.
ofieraun Ins. Co.. Buffalo. N. T.
: German Ins. Co.. Rochester, R. Y.
!m Co., of Pittniaruh. Pa.
frr 'Wise. London.
las. Co., of Oaiif orr.ia.
3? Ui. C i.. New Hiven, Conn.
him mecnanxs ins. co.. Milwaukee, wu
utrirelns. Co.. of Peoria, 111,
be Cor. 18th St., and Second Ave.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
J. M. BUFORD,
J GENERAL .
Fire - Time-tried rntula
SS PROMPTLY PAD.
ailowa.anyrell'blerom'.any caa rtlnl
roa . . "",ge sollcite.
urety on Bonds
BONDSMEN' SUPERCEDED !
w',?111"1 "n-e-ies. orwhomay wish
' " from further obligations as
-Min-I "','TW,'" rily de,i bom's and
-,.,. . 1 ' r s, sno'im apply
'iJ-07 letti-r to the JUrpifJH
ij IiH9 ' Nw 'or. Cash Capital
i,i. -..j avenue, Kock Island, 111.
""cKi-noHi a SrwnAiTT.
hAre. andTwentv-Third St.
L 'ri f th usvluSbeen?Pointedadmln
fc..1" ths of Jennie Gihbs.
-"""iereaaid'l t Roc Island, state
beZ;- 'rebTgea notice that she
T, a thi mCOUn.,r 600,1 of Kock
'Llcic itJ'f bo1IIc? ?f tn of said
."a" lime m f' Monday in December next,
Te of hiSni ,Kd re1aetea to "e"d
med" estate are reqnested to
'b darrAif """ienUtned.
r -rrT.,er fr Rock Island
IP- f 1 it Newconib black, lav
BILLS TENOR AND MY BASS.
Bffl was short and dapper, while I was this
Clothes would never seem to set so nice on
me iwn him u
And we were the sparkin'est beans in all the
When I U1 snng tenor and I sung baas!
Cyras Bauer's oldest girl was member of ths
Eyes as black as KeUey's cat and cheeks ai
red hs flret
She had the best sopranner voice I think I
Sung -Coronation," -Burlington" and
Never doie better than with BiU atandin
A-holdin of her hymn book so she wouldn't
lose the place.
When BUI sung tenor and I sung bass.
Then there was Prudence Hubbard, so cozylike
She sung iilto and wore a peewee hat;
Beaued her around one winter, and first
thine I knew
One eveuin on the portico I up and called her
But, sake alive! she didn't mind a little thine
On all The works of Providence she set a
When Bill was Bingin tenor and I was singin
Bin, nevermore we two shall share the fun we
nsed to then.
Nor know the comfort and the peace we had
togei her when
We lived in Massachusetts in the good old
And lift -1 up our voices in psalms and hymns
Oh. how I wisht that I could live them happv
For life, as we boys knew it, had a sweet, pe
When you was singin tenor and I was singin
The music folks have nowadays ain't what it
used to be.
Because there ain't no singers now on earth
like Bill and me;
Why. Le muel Bancs, who used to go to Spring
field twice a year.
Admitted that for singin Bill and me had not
a pef r.
When Bi l went soarin up to A and I dropped
down to D!
The old bull fiddle Bcza Dimmitt played
warii't in the race
"Longside of Bill's high tenor and my sonori-
Bill moved to Ca'.iforny in the spring of fifty
four. And we folks that used to know him never
knew him liny more.
Then C;.tus laker's oldest girl she kind o'
pincl a spell.
And. ha ikerin after symptthy, it naterally
That she ioarrie l Deacon Pitkin's boy who kep'
thef eneral store.
And so the years the changeful years have
rattl?id on apace
Since Bill sung tenor and I sung bass.
As 1 was set tin by the stove this evenin after
I noticed wife kep hitchin close and closer up
And. as she patched the gingham frock our
R ndchild wore today,
I heer her gin a sigh that seemed to come
from fur away
Couldn't 1 elp inquirin what the trouble might
"Was thinkin of the time," says Prue
a-1 reshin at her face,
"When Bill sung tenor and you sung bass!" !
tugene t leia in Chicago ew
A professor at Columbia college was'
explainir g some of the habits and ens-,
toms of the ancient Greeks to his class. '
"The ancient Greeks built no roofs'
over their theaters," said the professor. '
"What did the ancient Greeks do
when it rained?'' asked a student. i
The pr lfessor took off his spectacles,'
polished thera with his handkerchief,
and replied calmly: j
"They got wet, I suppose." Texas
Sif tings. I
Hrraklng the Ice.
On the deck of a transatlantic steam
er a diffident yonng gentleman tries to
get into conversation with a fellow pas
senger, and after a good de.-il of hesita
tion he manages to say, in a genial
tone of V3ice, "Are you going to Amer
"Yes. fir; and you?" Petit Parisien. ,
Only One-third of a Man. )
"I have three tailors," said Goslin
'I suppose you had no more than
that," replied Miss Amy; "you know it
requires nine tailors to make a man."
Smith & Gray's Monthly. j
A Cold Wave. i
"How cool your house was all sum
"Yes. I stocked the furnace full of
ice and t ie blast that came up the flues
was simnly arctic in in its coolth."
Harper's Bazar. (
Master and Man.
"Bapti-ite, I don't take np bo much
time in ressing as you dor' '
"That' easily explained, sir; yon see
I can't afford to keep : valet." El Man-,
do Comic o. ;
No Chance with the Old Style.
And nc w they hare got up a "button
dance." Bat it will never rassle around
and get there like the good old fashioned'
"collar tntton era wL" Richmond Re
corder. , - -
An Old Joke with a Point to It.
Jim You say that parade of 200 men
was two hours passing a given point?
Impossible what point was it?
Tom Casey's saloon. Buffalo En
quirer. The Subtleties of Snobbery.
"Are t nose people anybody?"
"They are known by everybody, but,
care to know nobody." I
"Then they must be somebody." Life.
Advice to Eainmakera.
Along about the equinox is, it will be;
observed, the best time to show off
rain mac aine, Detroit Free Press- '
Peach'ice cream at Krell & Math's.
Peach ice cream made from fresh ripe
Paches at Krell & Math's.
The finest and sweetest line of French
candles just received at Krell & Math's.
Several modern houses on Thirty-sixth,
Thirty-seventh. Thirty eigth and Fortieth
streets for sale oi for rent. E. H.Guyer.
miss Abbie Dean, teacher of drawing
in our public schools, will give an art
exhibit at her home at 909 Second ave
nue on next Thursday afternoon (Oct.
22). from 1 to 5 . All persons interested
in art are respectfully invited.
To Servant ana Oebltaud Men.
If you will send me your address we
will mail you our illustrated pamphlet
explaining all about Dr. Dye's celebrated
electro voltaic belt and appliances, and
their charming effects upon the nervous
dabilitated system, and how they will
quickly restore you to vigor, manhood
and health. Pamphlet free. If you are
thus afflicted, we will send you a belt and
appliances on trial.
Voltaic Belt Co.. Marshall Mich.
To Diipal Coldr,
Headaches and fevers, to cleanse the
system effectually, yet gently, when cos
tive or bilious, or when the blood is im
pure or sluggish, to permanently cure
habitual constipation, to awaken the kid
neys and liver to a healthy activity, with
out irritating or weakening them, use
8yrup of Figs.
J. E. Montrose, Manager.
Thursday Eve., Oct. 22.
REDPATH STAR CONCERT CO.
Miss Ell M. Chaxberitv,
The Whistling Soloist.
Miss Edith Christie,
Ma. Edwabd P. Elliott,
Humorous and Dramatic Rcc'.tals.
Mb. Jchs Francis Gilder.
Master Ckcil, 8 tears cld.
Songs and Character Sketches.
Pr'ces35c to 1.00. Seats on sale at Harper
J. E. Montrose, Manager.
By Special Arrangement
Appearance of the Dietinguished Artiste,
Accompanied by Charles A. t vecsor, and ber
own selected company of players, present
ing an c aborate revival of the famous
With special teen ry and accessories.
Feats on sale at Harper Bonse Pharmacy,
Oct. d. Prices S5 tents to (1 00.
Sick Beadache and relieve all the troubles tnof
dent to a bilious state of the system, auoh aa
Xizziuess, Kausea, Prowsineas, Distress aftes
eitinp. Pain in the Side, ka. While their most
rcsnarkai-le success has been shown in cuiiL ,
Eeaaache. yet Carter's little Liver PTfla are
equally val uablo in Constipation, curing and pro
venting tlxisacccyirjjz complaint, while they al3
correct all tlisorders of thostoxnach,stiuulRte this
liver and regulate the boweia. Even ii they only
!Achthey would be almost priceless to those wTja
Buffer from this distressing complaint; butfortu
vhoence try them will find fbeee little pills valo
p.bie In Romany ways that they wiU uot be wil
Jiag to do without them- But aftoraiieick heat
fls he bane of so many lives that here Is where
: TTti make oar great boaiit. Our pUla cure it while
Others do not.
Carters Little Lrser PEle aro very eraall and
Terycasy to tale. One or two pills make a dose.
Tney are strictly vegetable and do no- gripe or
purjje, but bv their gentle action please ail who
use them. Invuhrat25orats; five for $1. Bali
by druggists everywhere, or stmt by mail.
CARTER MEDICINE CO., New York.
SMALL Fill. SMALL DOSF. SMALL PRICE
STATE SAVINGS BANK.
MOLINE, - ILLS.
Office Corner Fifteenth street and Third Ave,
Succeeds the Molln e Savings Back- Organised 1869
S FEB CE1T. I1TEREST PAID 01 DEPOSITS.
Organized under State Laws,
Open from 9 a. m. to 8 p. m., and Wednesday and
Saturn ay nights from 7 to 8.
Pobteb SEiMwEK, - President
H. A. Aikswobth, - - Vice-President
C. If. Hebejsway. ... Cashier
Porter Skinner, S. W. Wheelock,
CA. Fose, H. A.Aiosworth,
O.B.Edwards, W. II. Adams,
Andrew Friberg. C. F. Ilemcnway,
Hiram Darl ne.
the leadinc reme,lv fa.
Uaaorrbop A Ci!eet,
Theonlr m i. nmiv far
1 prescribe it and feel
safe in reonmmendin. it
I THtwaCHtiTi'Co to all sufferers.
A. J. bllfcK. M. tt.
I'KI ATI I
aeiei y ui
fauM 1,WIB rn M Ur m
That Looks Impossible !
But it is the Truth!
Our entire stock of Clothing and Gents Furnish
ing Goods has to be sacrificed regardless
of cost, as we will positively
QUIT THE CLOTHING BUSINESS.
115 and 117 West Second Street, DAVENPORT, IA.
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
r Impart:? HiilianttrnpfcrerH'yuihf;kia.
I moTf ell pinipkw. fi-rvkle and discoloration. For
le&leby ail nciitMdnitrtrr-w. or mailed lurWcu
caw vj sua iirrirciuM ui uai ac s . an uwucu I
i Mom pa by
Li -ay a fonai em
C o i ubajl r.
IirtEI.L a oo-a
Kcwspana AoveBSsiao BtraxAO (10 Bpraoa
t treat), where aover
t tins eontraets mar
1 1 iscaia toe a la
The acknowledged leaders in
J. T. DIXOJNT,
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue