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THE ARGUS. SATURDAY. APRIL 22, 1893.
City Morrcll Institutes,
jEAT-'iBNT Fill? II
Soreness oft the Arm,
... K guaranteed if patient will follow instruc-
Literature on the subject will be sent on ap
in Correspondence confidential.
. ;,-!ATIOS OF OFFMKS:
1'otsr Ofiiw Bock.
i'heiiii-ja iiui tiling
We have just received a
iev shipment of these very
ktvlish shoes, and we sruar-
santee the price and quality.
io2? Second Ave., under Rock Island Houss. pj
mini? nrl SurrmiA? FnntwA??
f All our newest and latest novelties in
Gentlemen's wear are now in stock.
ichers, Russia Leathers,
Words, in all colors,
lithern Ties, Kangaroo and Calf.
You will find that we have the above goods
In all widths, A A to E,
In all sizes, 5 to 11.
pond and Harrison Sts., Davenport.
1803 Second Avenue,
5 lAixSOS 88"a8&EB
rL. 4 - mm.- use of too
I fNSvJjaHn and 1.
in Rock Islani
& Vjr f ,T 5 F or v c rci..
Ik oll nUh i wrli"
. '.Ah it rain a nil lostsof jwiwer tf tliviieitran.ft
" 4 over exertion, youthful err', or zr-aiv
. stimulants w; ich oon lead to Infirmity. Connuoip
..innntr.vpnipntt carrT in eit iKwket. l lrptrk
Hartz & Ullmeyer, 3d Av and 20th street
Ice cream at Kroll & Math's.
Mrs.M. C. Rice is visiting at Celar
James V.,,.! (,f Ktynolds, was
in tbo citr today on business.
Mrs. Leopold Simon entertains her
friends next Friday afternoon.
Wall paper and carpets cleaned ly
J. 1. Means, 1215 Third avenue.
W. C Foster, of Kansas City, is
spending a few days in the city witii
Miss Alethia 15owen is epeetetl
liome today from her visit at Du
Messrs. W. It. Ferguson and II. (.'.
('leaveland went to Chicago yeti-r-day
For sale A saloon stock and fix
tures. Apply at First avenue and
We have just received an elegant
and line line of chocolates and hand
made creams. Krell & Math.
Aid. Charles Evans let the contract
for his now Fourth avenue business
block to Sicvers & Andcrsou yester
day, for $f.lo;).
1). ('. Cu.-hmau and wife, of Klie,
spe it yesterday in tin" city with
friends, and 'e,"t lal 1 1 i -j: 1 1 1 over the
Uock Island for Portland. Ore.
Not forced into activity one day,
to sink back in a worse state the
next: by usilii;- Monroe's Tonic, the
benefit is la . i Try it Marshall
Subscri pt ions arc bcin received
for the forty-fourth scrie of stock in
ihe IJock Island 1 n i ! 1 1 i iir association
a paying ii! vet nn;nt and one that
will promote the row;h of the city.
Joe Kvans. the stone cutter poet,
brother of Aid. ( '. K.. Kvans. has ar
rived from Portland. Ore., to accept
a position with Kd wards Xr Walsh,
and IJock Island will be his home
Celt. W. A. Schmitt has returned
from tuincy. lie says that liie Nox
all' fact ary people are pat ien 1 1 ' a wai t
t)x an answer from the lbx k Iland
peo);e concerniii"; their pros)osi;ion
to locate their branch factory here.
Cont factors and inecdianies should
carry all the slock in the Hock Is
land liui'iuinj; association they can
the com. nix season as the building
association is a source whence comes
the money that pavs for the new
buildings beinjj put up.
Why do vour own baking w hen yo.i
xive a party or reception? Krell :
Math can nuke any kind of cake or
pastry to order, and as they use on'y
the hot material in their bakery,
you are sure to jjet every thinj; or
tlcreil of them of the .inest.
I)on"t fail to see .lack McAulifTe.
Our .Jack", the champion liirhi-wei-ht
of the world, in the threat
comedy racing play, The Kin; of
the Turf with a carload of special
scenery and four horses, direct from
the Windsor theatre, Chicago, at the
Turner ( irand Opera house. Pavcn
port. Sunday. Aril 2:5. Kveiiintr
perfortnance on ly .
Michael Iliiju-ins for seven year
past connected with what is now the
bakerv of the National Cracker com
pany, has resigned his position and
will remove next week to Ch"ca;o
where he will enjjaje in other bus:
nes. Mr. llijxjjt lis en joys t he high
est reputation as an all round baker,
and both he and his family have many
friends who will wish him success in
his new lield.
A temperance rally will be held to
morrow cveninr at the First ISaptist
church by the Younj; People's Union.
Addresses by three younj; working
men on The Power of Strong Drink
in Society and over the Drinker;"' A
paper bv'Miss ISertha Williams: '-The
Price a Father Asked for his Son."
paper by Miss Kstclla Lloyd: '-The
Ltipior Power and the present Duty
of Christians." Kecitation by (Jertie
Don. What the Temperance Cause
has done for John and Me." Kecita
tion by Clarence Spauldin-;. temper
ance solos by J. A. Johnson, solo by
Josie Woodin. Just One Drop."
Special music. The service will be
one of more than ordinary interest,
bcinir n new departure in temper
My name is 'Miht
'Look mi? in tin: face
ii ive bud) !"
I am a'sn calK'd No-more,' 'Too-la'c,'
The pout who wrote ih3 above, mu-t hve h?en
In the lot stase of coosnmption I'erhupe ho
I ad only learned, for the flr.-t time, that !f he had
taken lr. 1'ierctV tiolJen Merlcal d 'scovery in
his earlier illness, he would never I nve reached
his presint tui eless co: dition 1 What can he
more ad than a keen realization of what "might
have been ?
I'hvslclJns row admit that cansomptlon is
BtmpW scrofula in th J blood attackii n the hirg
tis-uis. It is never afe to allow the blood to
remain impure, an I it istspecially rcckTess. when
such a plca-nnt. hirmle8 remedy as lr. Pierce s
Golden Meiicl licovery will drive every taint
of sororula or ImDiuitT from the system, can-lug
a curreut of halthy, rejuvenatins blood to leap
tlirouijh the veins
Vni'ors Are Growing More Ktmertni.
Excursions to North (ialveston,
Tex., seem to be quite the proper
thin, lately. Larpe parties are be-in"-
made up from time to time; many
are now enjoying the p;enial climate,
and balmy sea air of that beautiful
portion of our country; many more
are projected. These visitors include
manufacturers and capitalists from
St. Louis. Denver, Minneapolis, St.
Paul, Chicago and other larpe cities,
all attracted by the wonderful re
sources and prospects of ultimate
importance which is associated with
this thriving younr city. The local
agents of the North (.ialveston asso
cfation, Messrs. Koester & Martin,
1815 Second avenue, will be pleased
to furnish information. The home
address of the association is Box tG3,
At Trinity chapel, Rev. K. F.
Sweet, rector, even son"; and Sun
day school at 2:30 p. m.
At Trinity church, liev. R. F.
Sweet, rector, celebration at 7 a. m.
Sunday school at 9:15 a. m. Matins
at 10:45 a. m. Even song at 7:30 p.
The last in the series of talks on
'Yoiin; Men" will be given at the Y.
M. C. A. as 3:3d p. ni. tomorrow, by
S. D. Cleland. Topic, "The Com
mercial Traveler." There will also
be special music.
For the Seven-Day Advents, T. F.
Kendall, elder. Meetings for Bible
study held every Sabbath, (seventh
day) in "The Church in Thy House, "
southwest corner Fifth avenue and
Twenty-fourth street at 3:30 p. m.
Sunday school at 2 p. m.
At the Crace Lutheran, corner
Forty-fourth street and Sevi nlh ave
nue Rev. C K. Shuey, pastor. Morn
ing subject, "Sorrow Tinned into
Joy;" evening, "The Lingerer;" Sun
day school at ! : 1 . j a. in.; young
people's meeting at t:'. p. m.
At the Central Prebytt riau.
services as usual, preachi.ig be the
pastor. Key. ,J,.!'ii II Kerr: morning
subject. "The Need ". Divine . F.n
light men t :'" vein ug, I"i t 1.-- K nown
ami Keau of all Men."' Sunday
school at 11:15 a. m.. Y. P. S. C.
K. ::t t:::5 ) p. m.
At I he I'niied P: esbyterian
A. M. Nicol. of Monmouth.
turned mis-ioiiarv. will
1 : l." a. ni. on 1-oreign
Key. II. C.
At : I -" p. ni. t he i'a-t
Marshal!, will preach on spirit nal
Hun sunoay schoo; at '.:: i a.
in. Voiitig peoide".-. meet i ng at (i: 15
At the Broadway Pro by Icrian. Hev.
W. S. Mar.jni. pastor, will preach at
li:l5a. m.. on liking t.e(.'oiise
ipienees." At 7 ::' p. in. temperance
meeting under the auspices of the
Young People's association. Sunday
.-eiiool at i:15 a. m. Young people's
pravrr mi-eling at (3:45 p. in. South
Park Sunday school at 2:30 p. ni. -
At the Christ ian. services, at 10:45
a. m. and 7::'! p. m. In the morn
ing He.-. 15. W. Johnson, of St. Louis,
editor of the (.luislian Kvangelist.
will conduct the service. In the eve
ning the pastor will continue his
talks on present day problems. Sub
ject. "The Sunday (juesiioii How
Snail we Solve L?" undpy school
at !:15 a. m. Young Peop:e"s Soi- . -ty
of Christian K.nlea vor at (3:30 . in.
At the First M. L church Rev. F.
W. Merrell. astor. will preacli at
10:15 a. m. Subject, "(iod not a Re
spec tor of Pel sons, or CharacieV the
Sole Conditio. l of Acceptance with
Cod." In the evening a service of
song, subject. "The Hymns of the
Church." presented in three address
es by the pastor, L. C. Dougher
ty gaud Wm. Jackson. Sunday
c-hool at Jl:3o a. in. Young people's
meeting at ti::5o p. m.
At the First 15atit. preaching
b the pastor. Rev. C. E. Taylor,
Ph. I). Subject for morning: "The
Social Powit of he Church.'' In the
evening, temperance services by
the 15. Y. P. L'. Sunday school a't
S:15 a. in., C. L. Williams, superin
tendent. Young people's Union at
b::ti p. m.. leader.
siasin.'1 Sunday stdiool at the Foi !y
fourth street chapel at 3 p. ni., F. M.
Si line t. superintendent.
Ihe Kvdnt oa
of medicinal agents is gradually rel
egating the old time herbs, p:!!s,
draughts and vegetable extracts to
the rear and bringing into gencial
use the pleasant and effective liquid
laxative, Syrup of Figs. To get the
true remedy see that it is manufac
tured by the California Fig Syrup
Co., only. For sale by all leading
: v.'-'i if !V . C- V.J
EE. L. L. CAE1TEE.
Stricken Down with Heart Disease.
jyr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Jnd.
Gentleiie?i : I feel it my fluty, na well n.i e.
pleasure, to publish, unsolicited, to the world the
benetit received from on. Miles- Rcstokhtivc
RtMtoii. I was stricken down with llea-rt
lieamv and its complications, a rapid pulse varr
infr from 90 to 140 beats per minute, a choking cc
burning sensation La the wind pipe, oppression
frton of the heart ond below lower rib, pain in the
arms, shortnesa of breath, sleeplessness, weakness
and general debility. The arteries in my neck
would throb violently, the throbbinirof my hour!
could be beard across a large room and ioi;1J
shake my whole body. I was so nervous that 1
could not hold my hand steady. I hara brrn
HTictrr the trr-at m jnt of rrmintmt jphyrirtarts.
and have takn gallon of Patent Meairir-t
without thr trust bf sir fit. friend recom
mended your remedies. 8ne was cured by iir
M lies' remedies I bavetaken -
three bottles of your New t ' I ! Cs I A
Heart ;ure and two bottles V
Nervine. Aty pulse ia normal, I bave no more
violent throbbing of the heart, i ta wcu mk
I sincerely reeornmend everyone with svinpiotns
of Ueart Disease to take. lr. MUem" i-cztortf
tivi Krmedira and bo cured.
Gypsum City, Kans- L. I Cabmkk.
Sold on Positive Guarantee.
OR MONEY RETURNED.
-WILL SOON BE IN BIG DEM AN 1)-
WE ARE PREPARED FOR THE RUSH.
An elegant assortment,
AM sizes ami styles,
At prices to fit the Purse.
EASY PAYMENTS- NO
Oit stock of FURNITURE of every description is complete.
If you are looking for a New Carpet we can furnish it Mo
rpuette, Brussels, Tapestry or Ingrain, in the latest shades
Exclusive derig is.
DON'T FORGET We are headquarters for Baby Carriage thit
newest things in Coaches and Sleepers, a good carriage for little
money. Dinner, Tea and Toilet Sets, Kitchen Furniture. a!l kind.
CHAS. A. AECK.
322 Brady Street, Davenport, Iowa-
2SUpholstri'irifT of al! kinds to order.
Keathfrs r-novat'-d on short notice
Galling" for Rock Island
Brewing- Co., Beer.
Bock Beer, the Best Made,
On Tap everywhere.
The Rock Island Brewing Company, success
ors to George Wagner's Atlantic Brewery, I.
Huber's City Brewery and Raible & Stengel's
Rock Island Brewery, as well as Julius Junge's
Bottling Works, has one of the most complete
Brewing establishments including Bottling de
partment in the country. The product is the
very best. Beer is bottled at the brewery and
delivered to any part of the tri-cities, and may
be ordered direct from the head offices on Mo
line avenue by Telephone.
Heating and Ventilating Engineers
Gas and Steam Fitting,
A complete !in ' Pi;;. Brass Goods, tcxiv Hoee,
Fire Brick4 Etc. largest and best equiupod
eetablisUraent west of Chicago.
DA Via B-L.U-v.ii. JJloline, 111.
1 12. 1 14 "West Serenteentbles.
Telephone 1148. Rocku'.a
Residence Te'.enhcn- 1160