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TlUbl ARGUS, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER a9, 1892.
Calf Skin shoes
for boys and girls
1623 Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
Heating and Ventilating Engineers,
Gas and Stoam Fitting,
A complete lin of Pipe, lirass Goods, Packiug Hose.
Fire Brick, EtfLargest and best equipped
establishment west of Chicago.
DAVIS BLOCK1 Moline, HI. J 1 12, 1 14 "West Seventeenth et.
Telephone 2053. J Telephone 1148. Bocklaian?.
Residence T't"M 11 6P
" DIRT DEFIES THE
Patronize Home Industry and
O A DA n
sa, s v jo b 'A
- MERRICK'S SPOOL COTTON. -
U IB Six Cord Soft Finish, r nil Etuire, and is equally well adapted for Hand and Machine
Sewing. For sale by
McINTIRE BROS., .
and Dry oedi Honsee generally.
MERRICK THREAD CC.205 Firth Avenue, Chicago
la now located In his new shop.
At 324 Seventeenth Street.
jyLlght shoes a specialty. Opposite the Old stand.
THE NEW . ' .
City 'Bus and Express Line.
Telephone Rock Island or Harper Hotels for 'bus or express
wagon and you will receive prompt attention,
TTEIBIIKLAKE & SPENCER, Props.
You can save money by trading at the Old Reliable -
5 AND lO CENT STORE.
Crockery, Cutlery, Tinw:ire, Glassware and Wooden
UBS. C, MITSCH'S, 1314 Third Ave
Protect the Labor of America
MERRY BRIDAL BELLS.
Those Which Banff Oat at C.e for the Mar
tin Z.lffler Nuptials.
Pobt. Btror, Not. 81. An interest -
ins matrimonial event took place at tbe
bome of Mr. and Mrs. William 11 Zeig
ler la Coe townsbfp, Not. 17, in the nar
riage ot their daughter. Flora, to Ira O.
Martin. Tbe e'orinv day kept many
away who would otherwise have been
present. Yet, when Mrs. viola E-e en
tered the parlor and began, to play the
wedding march it was apparent a goodly
number had braved the storm. The con
tracting parties entered tbe parlor and
took their place before Rtv. L. H. Caff
man, of tbe Bethel Baptist church, who
in a beautiful ceremony pronounced them
one. The congratulations over, the com
pany was invited to the dining room,
and for a full hour enjoyed the bountiful
weddiDg teaat, which is seldom excelled
in quality or qiantity. Tbe bappy
couple were tbe recipients of many beau
tlful and useful presents. Among them
we notice the following:
Silver lettuce dish, Mr. and Mrs. A ired
Spsid; bed and bedding, Mr. and Mrs. D.
M. Martin; lamp stand. Miss Kite Johns
ton; large rocking chair. Miss Stella
Martin; cottage organ, Mr. and Mrs.
Wm II. Zeiglerjcaid basket, Mrs. Frsnk
Qarnett; large framed painting, Miss El
sie Zeieler; glass pickle bolder. Miss Al
lie Wil'son; dceen napkins, Mr. and Mrs.
D. A. tiKmble; two linen tablecloths, Mr.
and Mrs. D. R Zeigler; pair towels,
Grandma Zeigltr; $5 gold piece, A
Zeigler; stand cover and towels, Mr and
Mrs Alfred Asbdown; two linen table
cloths, II. Spaid and family and R H.
Rowland and family, carving set, Mr. and
Mrs J. O. JQietler; celery holder, Mr. and
Mrs. V. a. Wilison; set salts and pep
ptrs. Miss Ida Zaigler; stand lamp, Robt
Wood burn; set stiver teaspoons. Mr. and
Mrs. D. A. Curtip; tea set, Messrs. Oar
nett and Maxwell; f 5 bill. C. E. Ziegler;
silver castor, sugar spoon and butter
knife, Leonard Trent, Ora Johnston
Misses E.iza and Edith Durbin; fancy
pxtholder, HbZnl and Randoloh Eje
glass water set, Mr and Mrs. E C. Row-
land and A. A. and Miss Myrtle Row.
land; chamber set, Mr. and Mrs.
William Rowland and Mr. and
Mrs. W. S Eg?; glass set, Mr
and Mrs. W . D. Camp; eight-
day calender clock, Mr. and Mrs J. M.
Martin; g'ass water set, Mr. and Mrs. L.
C. L"Wis; $25 in cash, Mr. and Mrs. Wm
H. Zsegler- The evening was spent in
pleasant chat, and at a late hour tbe
guests took their leave, but the memory
of tbe happy event will long remain with
The beautiful bride is one of the
most popular youog ladiei in Coe town
ship, loved and res pec .'ed by all who
know her, and all will be pleased to
know she will occasionally return and
greet her many friends The lucky
groom is a young man of high standing
in this community, knowu and respected
by all. He holds high position with
the C. M. & St. P and the C , B. &Q
K. K. Co. s as telegraph operator and as
sistant station agent at Port Byron
junction at wnicn puce tney will soon
settle. Tbey are both m rubers of the
Bethel B&ptUt church and were active in
us work. A Guest
muLSDALK, ixov. The appear
ance f f ice makes corn pickers look
Rev. Brinck, of Port Byron, gave an
address to the young people ot Bethel
miss AJiie rainier has gone on an ex
tended visit to Van Orin and Dover. She
also expects to visit tbe Rev. Richardson
before she returns.
The W. C. T. U. meets at James Par
kers' Dec 1, to talk oyer having a con
cert at Hillsdale in tbe near future.
Rev. Davis eave an abls address on
temperance al Bttael on Thanksgiving
On Tbankseivin? day occarred the
marriag ? ot Omer Carr to Berrie Beal, at
the home of the bride's parents in Zuma
lney nave the congratulations of many
Mrs. Cora. Asbdown cime home from
Iowa to attend her brot bet's wedding.
A fine new buby has come to Joh
Sen all, Jr.
The Handsomest of All Coins.
This proud distinction is generally conceded to
tbe United States 20-dollnr gold piece, a m.rvel
of beauty in design and finish. Tbe lorellest of
God's handiwork i" a handsome woman, if in tbe
bloom of health ; if she is not. Dr. Pierce's Favor
ite Prescription will restore her. Ladies who nse
this peerless remedy are unanimous In its praise,
for it cures those countless ills which are the bane
of their sex irregularities, dragging-down pains,
inflammation, hcteria, sleeplessness, and the
"all-gone" sensations which burden their dally
Uvea. A tonic and nemne, without alcohol.
COUNTY Ht IL,01.
26 John R Nelson to George M Gould
part lot 3, block 2, Old fown of Moline,
21. Estate of Barah J SKter. Proof
of notice to heirs filed and approved and
final report approved and order of distri
bution. Estate of Jacob Klrsh. Administra
trix's report filed. Claim of George Kirsch
Estate of Annie C Anderson. Petition
of Andrew Anderson for letters of ad
ministration. Bond filed and approved
and letters issued.
In Oldea Times
People overlooked tbe importance of per
manently beneficial effects and were sat
isfied with transient action, bnt now that
it is generally known that Syrup o Figs
will permanently care habitual constipa
tion, well informed people will not buy
other laxatives, which act for a time, but
finally injure the system.
What the Hon. George G. Vest says ta
regard to tbe superiority of tbe Hirsch
berg's diamond and non-changeable spec
- "I am using glasses which I purchased
from Prof. Hirschberg and they are the
best I ever tried; it affords me great
pleasure to recommend Prof. Hirschberg
as an excellent optician, and his glassei
are simply unequalled In my experience,
G. G. Vmt.'
These spectacles are for tale by T. H ,
Thomas agent for hock lalaud.
Clark Buford returned to school at
Ask your dealers for the Black Hawk
brand of oysters.
If you want the beat buy the Black
Hawk brand oysters .
A. C. Dart and Myio Lee went to Chi
cago this morning on business.
Dick Pierce has cone to Cbictgo
where he will remain permanently.
Wanted A good sirl to r!o 'general
housework. Apply at 111? Third avenue.
Try our hoarbound caudy for colds
We make it extra strong. Krell &
Mrs. William McGuinn is bome from
Chicago where she has been on a si verl
Lewis Elwell formerly with tbe C, B.
& Q and now stationed ut EaatSt. Louis
is here on a couple of days' visit.
Tbe cold weather has no effect on tbe
ice cream busint-ss. Krell & Ma'h keep
it for sale all wiuter. Parties and funis
If you want something exiri fine for
decorating your homes, parlors or club
rooms on any occasion, remember Krell
& Math have it.
Send your orders for game, fhh lob
sters, clams, shell and can no 1 oystets to
Hurry Smythe's, 1S19 Second svjnue.
A World-i'anaed Institution.
From the Buffalo Sunday News.
Dr. Ray Vaughn Pierce, famous among
tbe benefactors of tbe ace. established
himself in Buffalo in 1867, and having ac
quired a world-wide reputation in the
treatment of chronic diseases far exceed
ing his individual ability to conduct, be
several years ago induced several medi-
oal gentlemen of high professional stand
ing to associate themselves with him as
the faculty of the World's Dispensary,
the consulting department of wkich has
since been merged into tbe Invalid s Ho
tel and Surgical Institute. This organi
ration is incorporated with a capital of
$' 50,000, and its officers are Dr. Rav V.
Pierce, president; Lee H. Smith, M. D.,
vice president; Dr. T. H. Callahan,
treasurer: y. mott fierce, M. u , secre
tary and general manager.
The two buildings owned by tbe
World's Dispensary Medical Association
have frontages on Main and Washington
streets and are connected. The Invalids'
Hotel and Surgical Institute occupies a
building, 175x150 feet,
and it not to be
classed wiih hospitals
PLEASANT BKMEDIAL BOMB.
exclusively devoted to the treatment of
chronic diseases, having a staff of 14
physicians and surgeons, with s silled
nurses la attendance. The World's Dis
pensary, occupying the immense 6 -story
building, 175x150 feet, at 660 to 670
Washington street, is used for the manu
ftcture of Dr. Pierce's standard family
medicines: Dr. Pierce a Golden Media
Diseovery. Dr. Pbrce's Favorite Pre
scription. Pr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets
and Dr. Pierce's Compound Extract ot
Smart-Weed, also Dr. Sige's Catarrh
The basement is occupied by the ship
ping department. The large advertising,
mailing an4 counting-room department
occupy the main or second floor; third
noor, printing and binding department
fourth noor, drug mills and paper ware
rooms; fifth floor, bottling, wrapping and
pacKing department; sixth flor is occui
pied by one of the best planned labora
tones in the oountry, in charge of
thoroughly scientific chemist, a graduate
of Harvard Medical School.
THB MAIL, MATTBB
of this enormous establishment amount
to from 30.000 to 40.000 pieces daily
postage alone costing $100,000 a year.
siore than half a million dollars is spen
each year in advertising the proprietary
medicines in all tbe newspapers and
periodicals of tbe country for Dr. Pierce
believes in advertising and in making the
puDiic thoroughly familiar with tre
names and qualities of his standard
remedies. A branch establishment (the
only one) is conducted at. 3 New Oxtord
stieet. London. Dr. Rsy V. Pierce is
native of New York state and a graduate
of the Cincinnati Medical College. He
has been honored by bis fellow cit'zans
by election to a seat in tbe stale sen
ate ana in congress, and be is prest
dent ol the American Entitle Com
gine company of Bound Brook, N.J. H
son. Dr. Valentine Mott Pierce, is
graduate of Haryard University atd
Buflalo University Medical Department
and Dr. Smith, vice-president, is a grad
uate of Buffalo University and College
of Physicians and Surgeons, New York
Health in Old Age.
"I commenced isirg Brandretb'i Pills
over 55 years ago. 1 first bought them
in London, and have continued using
mem since i came to this country
1630. I am now over 75 years old, hale
and hearty, and attribute my wonderful
health to the persistent use of Bran'
dreth's Pills. Occasionally I have a bad
cold or severe attack of rheumatism, indi
gcstion or biliousness, but four or five
doses of Brandreth's Pills always cure
me. Whenever my children have been
sick with scarlet fever, measles, acid
stosaach, disordered digestion or costive'
ness, a few doses of Brandreth's Pills re
stored their health at one."
ERADICATES BLOOD POI
SON AND BLOOD TAINT.
Ckvkral bottles of Swift's Specific (S.S. SJ
7 entirely cleansed my system of contagious
blood poison of the very worst type.
Wm. S. Loomis, Shreveport, La.
CURES SCROFULA EVEN
IN ITS WORST FORMS.
T bad scaoruLA In 1884, and cleansed my
' system entire from It by taking seven
Dottles of S. S. 5. I hare not had any symn
tanssincfc. C. W.Wilcox,
Spartanburg, S. C
HAS CURED HUNDREDS OP
CASES OF SKIN CANCER.
Treatise on Blood and Elan Diseases mailed
At the LOW PRICKS wj quote on
Sideboards, Extension Tables
See cur South Window display
Bedroom Suits, a complete
Fancy Upholstered Rockers and Chairs.
Dinner, Tea, and Toilet Sets.
Heating and Cook Stoves.
A special line of Holiday Goods.
Lamps of every description; Easels, Albums,
Silver Plated Ware, etc
Open till 8 o'clock,
Special Ladies Department
801, 303 W. Second St., Davenport.
Telephone 1098. 231 Twentieth street.
ROCK ISLAND BUGGY CO.,
It will pay you
To get our
Factory aai ware ronaa 03 UIOiairet, nek
and Parlor Suits,
No Extra charge.
Brady Street, Davenport, 1
Saturday's till 10.
Cork sole shoes,
Calf lined shoes.
lit IB 96 &t.
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