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THi: HOCK ISLAND ARGUS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 189.
Having maile an extraordinary
purchase in Glassware, we
will place on sale
lot of 75 Barrels assorted ware
at a ridiculous low price.
fail. Crystal Water Pitchers, - 40c
7 inch Comport, ...
7 Inch Howls with Cover,
l-i! Pint Heavy Tumblers,
! inch Cake Salvers, -Engraved
10 inch Plain Cake Salvers,
Sauce Dishes, ner dozen.
Sun Illume Lamp Chimneys, No. J, - 5c
Engraved k " Sc
Parlor Lamps, flne Dec'd Shades, complete S1.-10
Electric Lamps, the finest made, complete, 1,03
Other Dealers ask $2.50.
Remember, that these prices
hold good for Ten days only.
days, the entire
WOMAN AND HOME.
IMPORTANCE OF TEACHING POLITE
NESS EARLY IN LIFE.
A CwmltM Boalaeaa Preae Mlt
A boat "Stroa; Miaded" Wmm-A Wo
mmm Who Make Porket Patlk Tta.
French Housekeeper "KIIIIbk Time."
It b becoming a matter of mm anxiety
among thoughtful people whether politeness
ii not almost a lost art. Jot that tbvr, is any
1 of etiquette or mannerism (rather tb.
contrary), but that were is i ot nauur
ual politeness than there formerly was among
people of renpectable aortal pusitir.fi. And it
tt km greatly to be deplored. There are
owe misguided rxM, whi confounding
hypocrisy with good manners, think it hooeai
to be rude, but there are many more who
Derer cast a thought opou the subjwt. To
theru one word.
Do not think that your son or dnugbter ran
ai'uMire habits of politena an they rail cloaks
at the moment they are oee,lel. The very"
phrase habits of politene-w teai'hes us tb
lmpomiLility ot that. Habit imp'.iM tb fac
ulty of UDtfiHMriuus action in any niveu direc
tion. If we wonld hae our children truly
polite, they must first see that e are so, and
that from the flrt brvath they draw, for
even so early do impression begin to be made
upon them; and wcouiily, they mut be
geutly checked in their first manifestations
of seltlbnxo, f'ir no ersou ran be truly po
lite and seltl-h at the same time.
To render tliankswith veracious warmth
for every slightest favor; to never uiwt an
other, of whatever rank, or however many
times daily, without a smile or Imw of genial
courtesy ; to rue) spontaneously in the pres
ent1 of age; to ,-lend a bauP gracefully
wherever one is neeled; to step aside that
another may paM before; to a-k no questions
concerning another s private matters; to
seem not to know, and, as far as possible, to
really not know the things that we have rea
son to suppose that others would not wuh us
to know ; to make no commeuts upon such
socurreuce when by rircuuistauces we have
(wen obliged to see or hear tuein; to avoid
disagreeably loud talking or whisering; to
allow to others their full share of the conver
sation, without leaving the whole burden of
of it upon them; to think first of others and
only secondarily of ourselves, are all essential
parts of true politeness, and t bey can never
be successfully assumed by those to whom
they are not habitual from babyhood.
We hardlv realize to what an extent our
daily action and motion are automatic, or.
to speak more correctly, are so habitual that
mental action in regard to them is uncon
scious. We rise, dress, eat, walk, talk, laugh
or err without consciously exerting our mus
cles to produce these results. In the same
way we should be polite without knowing it.
without having to cast a thought upon it.
One of our best writers on etiquette snys
"Now it is eay enough to learn when and
how to leave a card, how to liebave nt din
ner, how to dnw, bow to eat with one's fork.
how to sit in a carriage, how to low, how to
curtscv. how to receive and how to drop an
acquaintance, bat bow to be polite is a far
higher edu.-ation." And it is this education
which must begin In the cradle.
To a certain extent it may be an inherit
ance. Mr. Forepaugh, whose long experi
ence with animal training bas made him an
authority, says that the horses whose sires
have been trained are much more readily
taught than are others, and those who are
descended from two or more generatious of
trained animals are themselves already half
trained, their intuitions are quicker and surer,
their minds more responsive.
Among human being we recognize the fact
that there are cultured and uncultured
classes, and tliat it is ordinarily easier for a
child of cultivated parents to acquire the
habits of cultured people than for one not so
descended. But this alone is not enough.
The colt whose sires for a dozen generations
have been taught to perform most wonderful
feat for the showman, cannot yet dispense
with training. Ue may learn to dance the
"Equine Quadrille" more easily than can the
wild horse of the prairie, but he will never
learn it without instruction. Neither can a
child, no matter how lot.g his pedigree, afford
to dispense with the silent education which
come from constant association with people
who are themselves always polite or with the
not less important knowledge conveyed by
precept ujn precept.
The children who ee and they are won
derfully quirk and sure to see that the po
liteness of their parents is but a veneering of
"company manners," put on for show, will
be little likely to trouble themselves to obtain
even this infinitesimal decree of it. and their
parents are almost sure to be exposed, at the
moment when tbey would least dnire it, by
the ill manners of their children.
The enfant ternble is in genera only the
Inopportuue spokesman of his parents ill
breeding. If the child says I will, I won't;
yon shall, you shan't; give me some of that;
I want some of the other; tie up my shoe I
You're a fool: You lie! or uses other amia
ble expressions of the sort, we may be quite
sure that be is in the habit of hearing them
at borne, and no amount of shocked looks and
deprecatory expressions of astonishment on
the part of bis trenu will or should alter
Let no parent console bimself for the bois
terous rudeness of his child by the thought
that "be will know better by and hy.n For,
though friction with the world will undoubt
edly in time teach an offending youngster
that people will not always submit to having
their clothes used as foot mats or to receiv
ing Other similarly agreeable attentions, yet
the world's friction will never bring more
than an exterior polish. It should be our
and and aim not to have our children's heart,
and minits like tb. marble on which friction
Uas besbrwert a tsrvtltsns eurtne, fur within
the marble Is rough and uncouth stiiL I la
ther should we wish them to be like precious
stones, shining with an inner light hirh no
mishap ran destroy. Uelen E. Smith in La
dies' Home Journal.
Wiisiu'i Rusinese Iirese.
A woman's paper said the other day: "The
need of a convenient dress for work i strong
ly felt by business wotLen. One of the largest
working girls' societies in New York bas
adopted the blouse waist and straight gath
ered skirt as a club dress for the memliers.
The dress of young American women would
be Improved by simplicity and cheapness.
Tbey dress too expensively and too much, as
a rule." Interviews with some twenty or
mora women engaged in making t heir own
living resulted in tL, discovery that eighteen
of them believed there was a crying need of
aom. dress designed distinctively fur bunnesa
women, in which they might have more com
fort and convenience than in the garments
they now wear, baid one of tbem:
"A friend of mine. Just borne from Paris,
I very much interested in something she saw
there in the way of a reformed dress for busi
ness women. There is no doubt that some re
form In that direction must and will come,
tbocgh it is (low, because women are not
only very conservative, but Tery much
afraid of wearing anything that makes them
conspicuous or ridiculous It is not women
they are afraid of so much a the men, wbo,
reT since the day of Jeremiah tb, prophet,
hav. been inveighing against the follies of
women's dress, but who are the first to jeer
at and persecute ber if sb, dare attempt to
emancipate herself 'rom those folbe In any
way. Now, In my own case, for example,
my work requires that I should be out ot
doors a great deal, no matter what the state
of the weather may be.
"My condition when it storms h positively
pitiable. I roust hold up my umbrella, grasp
my skirts with one hand to try to keep them
out of the wet which, by the way, never
doe succeed In keeping them out of it entire
ly nd whatever books, paper or fiarceb I
may have to carry must be tucked insecumly
nnder the arm. I have passed men plodding
about in the rain and almost wept from
nvy. Their trousers are turned up quite out
of the danger cf wet, their long mackin
toshes have deep pockets that will hold all
their parcels and papers, ami they have both
hands free for their umbrelius, and they can
step into their ofllr., lay aside their outside
wraps and t a neat aud dry as when they
left borne. Let any woman walk through a
windy rain and see if' she can say the same
thing when she arrives at Iter destination.
"The new French dress which my friend
aw at I'ari seems to me the -best suggestion
I have heard yet. The trouble baa been to
And something that would, while being con
venient, be also graceful and modest, and
this seems to come near It. It is modeled on
the uniform of the Zouav. regiment and
enosist of trousers and gaiter tb neatest
thug, by the way, for walking that has ever
been invented. This makes no exposure of
the person at all, while leaving the limbs per
fectly free. Over it is a skirt that comes al
most to the ankle, but it is only slightly gath
ered and I slit upon each ode to the hip, so
that while it answers all purpose of modesty
it doe not interfere in the least with loco
motion. The waist can be .itner blouse
with a sash, or a waistcoat and coat with
plenty of pocket. I bear that a number of
Branch women who manage their own farme
or ha re work to do out of door have adopted
it an I find It both comfortable and becom
ing. Mme. Dieulafoy, tb, great explorer.
wbo veanan entire mai. cosnime on ner
travt Is. i a great admirer of this new drees.
and iy it is, she think, the solution of the
problem of a working drees for working
Tbe Pocket Powder raff.
An ong those women who have taken to
fancy work for bread and butter reasons I a
gentle faced widow living in on. of tb. small
est of flats up town on the east side. She baa
two daughters, school girls, alway growing
out of their skirts and their shoes, but bright
eyed, rosy cheeked, loving little souls, with
awful appetite. To provide for their need
tbe mothers weary finger toil till the night
is far spent. She used to take work from a
big e n broidery shop. The dainty needle
work which she learned to do in her girlhood
In a s sat hern convent emliellished many an
exquiate fancy" article displayed In a
Broat way uidow and then found its way
into tomes of luxury.
She was not well paid, however. The lam
brequins which she toiled over two day aud
night- brought her but seventy-five cent.
They ld in tbe sho for t She painted
and n ade up the daintiest of sachet cushions
for si .ty cents a doreu. and they sold for Hi
She h kl aloays to contend in her struggle
for a ivelih-sul with women who work only
for "pin money." Oue of ber employers gave
out aitieles to women to lie made up at
their homes. Two-thirds of these women
were n no ay dependent upon the money
so ear tie, t. They took their time to do tbe
work snd bought ribbon and caramels with
the m .weeds. The most difficult aud particu
lar t4 st mere given to women like the
moth, r here mentioned, v. ho needed money
too so vly to complain of any conditions im
posed. Oue dav this woman had a call from an old
friend, whose clever fingers often devise
prett) trifles for Christmas gifts in ber own
home. She pulled out of ber pocket a little
embn id-red I tag drawn up with narrow blue
ribtax , exclaiming: "lleres an idea for you
Copy t, aud see if you cant make something
that ill pay you a little tietter thau this
shop ork." The Iwg was alsmt three inches
npiart at the Uittom. A tao inch wide piece
was si ghtlv frilled around this aud gathered
in a ti ly frill where the ribbons drew it in at
the to 1. A lining of delicate silk just showed.
Openei, it disclosed a bit of swan's down in
side tl e square, underneath hich was a layer
of cotion sprinkled with perfume powder. It
was a pK-ket powder puff of superlative pret-
tinew snd model convenience.
Theie is a popular fiction that New York
women of the better cla.- do not use powder,
but tbj amount of money gathered in by the
soma 1 who adopted her frieud's suggestion
and n anufactured little puff bags Is proof
positne that the prettv article "tilled a king
felt auit," as the advertisers put it. Finding
that I er bags were being imitated in the
shops the manufacturer recently secured a
patent lier success with this simple article
has be-n so encouraging that she now advise
woniei. who toil at fancy work fr the shops
f.sr a I itlance to "go and invent something,
for il ivs much lietter New i,fk orld.
22 Emmor Heck to Charles Heck, pt
nti. 8. 17. lw.f 125.
Geo ee F Adelman to John Lsrk, lot
4. blxk 1, Smith's I, Moline, 650.
LirKKflKD TO w En.
21 Howard J. Murphs, Chicago, Cora
Stiraiitt-r. Ruck Island; Lsrnest H. Hsr
rineion. Ida M. Odsirum. Genesee.
22-Wm. Moody, Ben ha Marshall,
23 Gustave D. Jaescbke. Moline. Car
oline I.aiscb. Rock Inland, Carl Dahn,
Burlah Kerr. R.vrk Island; Leonard C
Osklej, Moline, Emma d. Anderson,
24 3eo. V. Jones. Macaie L. Moore.
Preemption; Willism A. Potter, Eliza
Reslei, Moline; August . Schwarz,
Sylta rentier. Rock Island.
Continually on the strain, or overtaxed at
Intervals, is far les desirable than ordi
nary v gor perpetrated by rational diet
and exi rcise, acd abstention from excess.
Professional pugilists and athletes rarely
attain x ire me old age. As ordinary vig
or may Iks retained lv a wise regard for
sanitary living, and for the protection
against disease which timely and judic
ious medication affoids. olso it may be
lost thnugb. prolonged sedentary labor,
uninterrupted mental strain, and foolish
eating and drinking, tbe chief, and most
immedi Ue sequence of all four being dyi
pepsla. For this condition thus, or in
any wa" induced, and fot its offsprinff, a
failure of muscular and nerve power, Hot
tetter's Stomach Bitter is tbe pnmest
and Diotl genial of remedies. Not only
indigestion, but loss of flesh, appetite and
sleep ar; remedied by it. Incipient ma
laria anl rheumatism are banished, and
kidney, bowel and liver complaint re
moved j it.
"Can you help me recover my child 7"
asked Ue poor woman. "Is your child
lost?'' "Ob, no. His clothe are worn
A Oraat iorpns.
Is in store for all wbo use Kemp's
Balsam for the Throat and Lungs, the
great guaranteed remedy. Would you
believe that it
merits. and that
authotizi-d by the
wonderf il remedy
sample bottle free?
is sold on lis
any druggist is
proprietor of this
to give you a
It never falls to
enre acjte or chronic roughs. All
druetrisU sell Kemp's Balsam. Large
bottle M rents and I.
When the Carpet Manufacturers' trust
gets stated, the American housekeeper
will indeed be floored.
Who c f us are wunout trouble be tbey
small or argeT The blessings of health
are best appreciated when we are Rich
and in ut.in. A harking cough, a sevcrk
cold, or any throat or lung disease are
very troi.blesome; but all of these may te
Viickly and permanently cured by Dr.
BigelowV Cure. Safe and pleasant fr
sUiMren . Price 60 cents.
American business men are looking to
see much cream arise on that pan-con-gres.
4 tu'tn in Tim, Svss Kib,
is true of old coals, and mouths. When
the form r shows the first defect take a
"stitch." and always keep the mouth right
by using 3ozodont. It coats less for a
new coat than a set of teeth. False
teeth are not as pleasant as natural ones.
In pou try circles the old hen generally
proves her good standing by ber setting.
Fits, c nvulsions, dizziness and bead
arbe are prevented and cured by using
Warner's Safe Cure. WhyT Dr. Owen
Rees says: Tlie tenuity (watery condi
tion) of tie blood in Bright' disesse pro
duces cetebral symptoms, tbe serious
(watery condition) is filtered through tbe
blood vest els of the brain, causing anae
mia and subsequent bead symptoms.'
That is vhy these symptoms yield to
Warner's Safe Cure. It gets rid of tbe
Bright's d sease and prevents the blood
from becoming watery.
The slot mscbine to test your weights
is one of tic weights of the world.
"He jet ta at scars, wbo never felt a
wound," and be can afford to laugh at
the borroi of rheumatism who never bad
a touch of its quality. But it seems the
time has come for a universal laugh
since it is Down that Salvation Oil cures
pains of all possible kinds.
Even tht homeless man may have a
title clear to mansions In tbe skies.
Vt a a a
me many remarkable cures Hood s
SarsaparilU accomplishes are sufficient
proof that I doea possess peculiar cura
tive powen .
Tbe man who cat the corn is an opera
tor in aulki.
' Pond's Extract, for paina, acbea, cuts,
etc Its p wer is supreme over all dis
ease that comes within its range. It
never fails. Try it once.
Twenty-two pumpkins growing on one
vine nil .11 -t u 1
1 j mi vi twin mm imige mm m
half-bushel measure, was a eight lately
seen on a farm la fsmkas
Dancing school Saturday evening at
Booms for rent. Eoouire of C. C.
Dancing school at Armory hall Satur
A. D. Huesintr, real estate, and insur
ance agent Office No. 1008 Second ave
nue, Rock Island.
The Crown dining ball. No. 1708 Sec
ond avenue, is now ready to furnish yon
the best meal in the city for 25 centa.
Buy Mercer county coal of E. B. Mc-
Kown at bis new coal yard corner of
Fifteenth street and First avenue.
Carpets, carpets, new stock, new pat
terns at theC. F. Adams Home Furnish
tag House, 322 Brady street, Davenport.
Blankets, comforts, beddmz of all
kinds, at bottom prices, at the C. F.
Adams Home Furnishing House, 322
Brady street, Davenport.
TbeRoyVi Insurance company, of Eng
land, has the largest surplus of any fire
Insurance company in the world. A. U.
Huesing. agent, office No. 18tl6 Second
avenue, Kock Island.
Piano lamps, vase lamps, library and
parlor lamps in newest designs and low
est prices, at tbe C. F. Adams' Home
Furnishing House, 322 Brady street. Da
50,0I0 to loan on real estate security,
in sums of f 200 and upward, at lowest
current rates of interest, without com
mission, E. W. Hurst, Attorney at
law, Rock Island.
Modern Hons, For 11,
On monthly installments by Guyer &
Barth ft Babeoek. Dentists.
No, 1724 Second avenue. Special atten
tion paid to saving the natural eeth and
inserting teeth without plates.
Fourteen dry lots on four years time,
with six percent per annum, to any one
wishing to build this summer.
Surety oa Bond.
Those who are rt quired to give bond
in positions of trust, aud w ho desire to
avoid askinc friends to become their
sureties, or who may wish to relieve
friends from further obligations as bonds
man, should apply to tbe agent of the
American Surety Co., of Jew iork.
General Insurance Agent,
Rock Island, 111.
"1 latlKin MalArn Telia tha Secret.
. n'i u uni i.t- universal vnikt i. tltl uk Iihmk!
I.ai.i.. a'. ' x T)n;.- i t.sihi'rm.in, TV.
" : V.l. 1 4U.1 Y -aiu iJSifj cuiiel fir.
ft NEW DISCOVERY!,
teas. Imootencv. Nocturaal
Emissions, and Stunted Oe-
Inv absorptinn. Applied direct to
tar r Hrts. iso nauseous amirs mat
are ot inooef reroTMioa. pent
to any part ot tae i . . w
,-ureiy raw sea tree irorr
Tcirt of 9'z
ALBERT MEDICAL CO.
PURE! PALATABLE! POPULAR!
Ol ARAKTKfB Pint Rf frm otMii.
IrarexS f rm a.,tsS in )r. In tH1W-w,
sVl awSjisse- am. tr si find tt InwsklQkblw) IoC
Soup. Vwws. Mttt auocav. Bouillon, te.
A Besr-tT Xam tUM&lf rsMHHumen) fW
leasdintf phTwtctar. for invalHlit, infnu iumI
other. Appt1iinaT sand fttrenffttteDtnc
Ask your &rugfit or erocor iir
Armour's Beef Extract
Or MDd for Mmp! rack&?e tvrxl
om. rtpdw paoiptassBC, u
ARMOUR It CO., Chicago.
John Volk & Co ,
M snnf sctnrer of
Sash, Doors, Blinds, Siding, Flooring,
sail sll kinds of wood work for bntldars,
Elghtacntt St., beu Third sod Fonrth in..
J. M. BUFORD,
The aid Ptr and Tim triad Caaapaalea
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID.
ate aa low as say reliable eocasany
i ear patronage Is aoUcltea.
mWOUm ta Annas haoca.
Brownson the Halter,
Becon J and Main Street. Davenport Iowa,
Fur Muffs and Boas
We confine oar Loans to Improved
Farms in tbe safest counties of
Iowa, and on request
Prompt payment af principal and interest
HEINZ & HIRSCHL,
ax. x.j-s.s; . -J- ram -
kTiiSj. La - 1 r f .
K- -7 VVSJU
Ti ii powder never vane. A marvel of parity,
strength and wholesmneness; more economy
than the ordinary hinds, acd cstinoi be sold by
com petition with tbe moltilnde of low test, non
weltrbt slam or uhosvliste powders. oww'
emu. KoTaLBaiarowDaa(V., lOeWaU Bl.
New Tor .
WANTED A GIRL T IK) GENERAL
hnn.rv.nrk in a small family: mast rnme
recommended. Addre.s "W. C." Asics office.
WAXTItO AS EXPKRI F. NCFO AMD FIRHT
class farmer and his wife, withoet family;
referenre wsnted; spply at irbiti Fifth svenue.
WANTED RELIABI.B UK'AL AND TRAV
ellng sslesmeu; positious rermanent; .pee
lal inducements n w; fast selling specislties.
Don't delav ; salary fmm the start.
bRoW.N BUUS., Niirserymon, Chicago, III.
PRIVATE 8ALE OH ArrOINT OF THR
death of my wife. I will offer at private sale
all my household and km hen fnmilare, st No.
ISIS Third svenue. Honse open for inspect! on
everyday. J. K. MILLEK.
CSaLESMKN WK WI8II A FEW MEN TO
ajsell on r goods by .ample to the whnle.sle snd
retail trsde; on salary; largest manufacturers In
onr line: inclose ac stamp: Wave IS uer dav:
permanent po-itlon; money advanced for wages,
adverti.ing. Btc. CENTENNIAL. s niO).,
jnnoit tnci nsii.i.
AVr'TK,,-A,KNTS for our NFW PATFXT
T UroHnxit nafe; alie l-i i ; eihl S0C
lt. : rla!l prioeSVi; others In pn.rtli.n. Hlgb-
"iiT nieiiai ' t eniennial reposition.
KAi.rhini; termatM-nt bii.tnea. nnr prices
are nut in ine sate xi. Kiciu.lv
"''wij iveu. Alpine rare i p.. inclnnati. U,
fryc TO A MONTH CAN BE MADE
P I J working for ns; agents preferred who
can fnrni.b s home snd give their whole time to
the business; spare moments msy be proDtably
employed sleo; s few vacancies In town nd
cuie.. u. r. juumi.x iu, iu" Main ot.,
N. B. Please state see and bnsines expe
rience Never mind sboui sending stamp for re
ply. B.P.J. A Co. spls-ftm
The Great Restorer !
THE MEDICINE WHICH CURES.
This is a Medicine that Conquers
and Eradicates Disease.
"It is tbe most Remarkable Develop
ment of this A?e of Progress
A little Investigation will convince yon that
mochas is claim, d lor THE OSEAT aiSIOH
I the ha'f is not told.
LtUI K From whatever form of com
plaintwhatever malady. Here Is Your
For cir. olsrs containing s bi.torv of this Wow
ntarTL Rtarnv, snd sme rrmarksbl letters
from peo(ile well known, sddrers as below.
Tkf Grot LVstorrr rbraarftpial Wsrli,
t'Sfi'ncc fl.W er hottlc." For .ale hy t.
Floor & Table Oil Cloth.
Oil Cloth Stove Patterns
Window Shadf s.
Oar s.1 wocl extra .npera
are the best ever offered for.s e in the city.
w est aecona citreet,
DAVENPORT. - - IOWA.
A. D, HUESING.
Represents, among other time-tried snd well
known Fire Insurance Companies, the following:
Royal Insurance Company, of England
Weschester Fire Ins. Co.. or J. i .
Buffalo German Ins. Co., Buffalo. N T.
Rochester German Ins. Co. Rorh'r N.Y
German Fire Ina. Co.. of Peoria, III.
Citizens Ina. Co., of Pittsburgh. Pa.
Eicbange Fire Ins. Co., of New York
Offloa Ho. 10O8 Second Ave..
ROCK ISLAND. ILL
ALL KINDS OF
Cast Iron Work
done; a specialty of famish
ing all kinda of
Stoves with Castings,
at 8 cents per pound.
NINTH ST. AND 7th AVE.
J. E. DOWING. Proprietor.
T. H. ELLIS,
Mercer County, Chas. Peterson
LEHIGH and SCRANT0N
Hard Coal, Brick, Tile. Etc.
O flics corner Fourteenth St.. and Second At.
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yg WLL v,.
COMFORTABLE avnd ELEGANT;
For Bale by teadlnc Dealers.
Iff i Solely ty VTX BAEKEH, Trcy.N.Y
J. M. UKAKIISLEY.
I Mftlivvr AT TAW rWffra 1 a.
Aaorliir, ITS Second Avanna,
TTORBT AT LAW. OfBea la Bock Is!
L National Bank B illdinK, Hock Islaad, Dl.
a. B. nmnr. a. a. waujsav.
SWEESET A WALKER,
ATTORNBY8 ANO COtTNBIlH-ORS AT LAW
One la Bengston's LUa, Kock Island, 111.
TTOPXKYS AT LAW loans ovai
Aseenrlty. makes eollsctlo". R-fernca,ll)ca-U
Ljnda, banker. Oflc la Poftoffloa blooa.
THE 1IAILT AKI.l'S.
R BALB KVKKV KVKNINO st CraasptaWl
New- (iiauJ. Klv avnu pc copy.
D. N. H HCREVAK,
ARmtTRcr ANosrt'KHINTKMiBVr -Ma
ofllce clnc n attl. Ohio; Urnncb office Tf
rirst Nation .1 UhuIi. Kock Island. fit Ij
8T. Ll'RL'S COTTAUE H'fSi ITAL,
ON Till HO AVBSI E, ttlstcn Tenth n
Sleventh .tr. e;a. feh l-ti
WM. 0. KULP. D. D. S.
OFKICR JIKMOYID TO
Roc mi M, 2T. i ud
T-vke KlcTAwr. DAVNfObT. I A.
BTATR OF IT.UNOIS, I
Rock Ilhd CumTT,
County Conrt of Kock Inland count, to the No
vember lertu. A V.,
Kiie Warnock, Admimt rairiz the pMat of
John warn w , dt-cea-!. v- Marrftrct liatley,
A)ezantlr Warno k, David War nock. Jam f
Warn-Kit. Hugh Warrock. Jan-t C'ainpttotl,
nhn O. Wamork. Havtd W. Warnnrk. .'arpt
Warnoek. t harlt-a WahUtrom. lni?l H. Har well
aiid Robert Lee Petition to ei-ll real e
tite to pay delita.
Affl'lavl of the nnn-re-i'lnce of .Tanet ramp-
bell, Jamci C. Warnoek. Alexander Warno k an J
Daniel II. H art well utiHndanti aortve namea.
bavinz Deeu filed in ttie office of the CKrk of the
County font or Krk 11 and Comity, notice if
hereby fiiveo to tbe t) J ant t CaoiptH-H. elamf
v aroock. Aiezanaer v arno-K ana uaniei ti. Han
well, that the aaid itlain'itl Eltzt Warnork, d-
ntniMratrix of the enat of John Warnork. dt
ceaeed haa filed her pt-tition in the naid 1'oonty
Court of Hork Inland t 'onntr for an order to pell
tbe premivea beKr Kinsl to the estate of aid d-
ceaaed, or much of it a may be needed 10 ay
tnedeb a oraid deceased, ana aeecnbea a ti
low, to wn ;
Thnorthweat quartpr (H T no thwet
qaarter4 and tba northeaot quarter it of the
frsiothweM quarter H i ma ine nonone-i qnaner
Hor tn aoatnea-t qnaner 01 --inn
leen,(11t; aIo The POUTh one imlr of the
eontbeaat quarter 4 of ertion three, irtialliii
townwhi aisteen. north of rantre one Mt
weat of the Fonrth iirlncipal meridian, in tbe
count v of Kock llaua a.d Hate of llliimif..
And that a Mimmon ba been iau d out of eaid
foart aatnat 50a, retumaMe at ihe Niaber
tsrm. A. TV l-r, of itid court, to be holltn on
tbe Firtt Monday of No tntrt-r. A. !.. lsrs-, t
tbe conn boue in hock liaud, in K-xk UUnd
ow. on tea you. the eaid Janet i anitr-ii.
Jam a c. Warnoek. Alrxander Wtin.,. k and
ttaniel H. Hartwti ahall ereottali j b? and appear
before aaid roun'y court of R.-rk Inland ruunty.
cm the &r day of a term ther'f. ti be hold-a at
Rock I-land in aid county, on the nrt Mond-y of
Notember. 19. and pit ail. answer or dmur to
tbe aaid rooipiainant'a petition ni dthervin, the
ame and the mait-r and thin;- tht-rvin rharved
and 9ta'ed w ll be taken a coifa4d. and adectve
entered againot yoa avcortiiit to tb prayer of
Keck Inland. Itlinoin. Ocoher 19 t'W.
K. A. hnaLD'. Clerk.
I . W. HVB9T. Complainant olicil.T.
STATK OF ILMNOIS,
Kock Ulakd Cot'NTf . i
County Conrt of Rock Island conr.ty. Novrniber
Term, A I 11.
Jamea M. MnKer. Geortre T. Ttnxmrll and Wil
ham A- Chat'wicfe. irtnerp, Ac., of MTixr
t Co.. plaintiff. v VV. J. r-mith. D. W Clarke
and Emanuel; ha(Tfnbnrir. partner. tc, of
(Smith, Clarke ;t ACo., def-ntlanta In at'.ach-
Pnbitc notice it herebe ciTen To the M W. J.
Smith. 1. W. Clarke and r.manut l ShalTenhnrs;.
that a writ of attachment taed ont of 'he oflice
of the clerk of the Comity court rf R.ck I-lnnd
county, dated the id day of October, A. D. Is-ai
at tbe toll of tbe Aid Manrer o . and aamt
tbe eetate of tbe i J W. J. mtth. L. . (. .ark
and Kmarncl ShaflVubure for tbe aum of Seven
Hundred dollars and directed to the ehentT of
Rock I-land county, a Llcb aaid writ ha been re
turned e itemed.
Now, therefore, nnle yon. tbe aatd W". J
Smith, l. W. Clarke andj Emanuel .ShalTennurpr
ahall penonailT br and appear brforv the aid
County conrt of Rock Uland connty on the firat
day of the next term thereof, to he folrit-n at
tbe court houee in the citr of Rock I -land,
la aid connty, on the elerenth dy of November
A. u. IV. give pec lal bmland plead to the tui
plaintiff a action, judgment will be entered
aainpt yon. and in favor of the aid Manner k Co..
and mo much of the prop rty attached a may be
nfnclcnt to atify the paid Judgment and coata,
will be aold toatlffv the aim.
RICHARD A. DONALDSON Clerk.
H. C CnKWEu.T, Pi'ffa Attorney.
October 4th, A. D. l. d3w
OTICK TO CONTRACTOR.
CiTT or Bock Islskii, R.k- t.t.asD Coitt, )
tri or Ii.l'miis. (
Sralcd nropossl will W r-tved st tbe Cilv
Clerk'. utOce of saiil city, nnul TI .n 1 t th 4th
Sajr of Noicmbcr. A. D. at s o'clock r a. fr
ron.trncting Ibc impruvement onlTed by an Or
el i Dane of said cll. arbich adopted Ortobor
?, Imi. and i. f ntitled an ordinance- for tbe im-
rrovcnicnt of Elshiccnth ttrcct fmm the nortb
ine of Fict avraae to ibe lorb line of Third sve
nue snd for the levying of a .pecial tax therefor, '
and for fnrniahing the mart-rial, aud doing the
work accor.lir.e !o the riar. and ;eclflcat;ons
the rpfor. The said improvemenT ordered by .aid
ordinance con.i.ta of curbing with enrbton-..
ncs,stinc. grading. Improving and psvinf with
parmii brick of good qua lty.tao blocks of streets
in said title of said ordinance set out.
Tbe said improvement mu.t be coii.Trneted.
and the material, therefor furnt.hed ruut be in
seccnlsnce wiib ibe plans and sprciflcaiiun. for
said improvement on file in the slid city c erk's
office, at which said office, said plan. ant specifi
cations ar open to tbe iu.pectiun of all p-rMn
interested thrn-in. i'onirscton are to fumi.b
.smples of brick with which work is to be doue
Brick, nsed In the work mnt correspond with
the ssmples in quality and stvle. Al I bid. rnntl
be sccompsmed with s certified check in the .am
of t-lv linnarcd Dollars, payable to the order of
tue city ueaiurer of said city, w hich .ball be
come forfeited lo aaid city incase the bidder .ball
fail to enter into contract, with approved .ureiie.
to execute tbe ork for the price mentioned in bis
bid. snd according to tb plans and specification.,
in the stent that the com set should be awsrded
to htm. Blank bids will he furoi-ht-d on sppllca
ratlon at tb city cierk'solBre. Ail bidders and
ciher persons nisy attend at tbe opnliu; of said
bids. The right to reject ai r and all bid. or
proposals received is herebv expn-Mly reaened
ROBKKT KOEHLKK. ity Clerk.
Dated this luth day of October, 1W
Estate of Johsnnns Anthony, decessed .
To anderattned. hsTlnie been appointed Execu
tor of tbe last will and testament of Johsnnns An
thony, 1st of the county of Kock I. land, .tale
of Illinois, decessed. hereby give, notice that he
will appeat before tbe connty court of Kock Mand
connty, at the office of tbe clerk of ssld conrt. la
th city cf Kock Uland. st the December term on
tb First Monday in December next, st which tine
all persona hsving claims sesin.t said estate are
notified snd reque.ted to sttend for tbe purpose of
navlnc tbe.ame adjusted. All persons Indebted
to said estate are requevted to make immediate
payment to tbe nndersimed.
Dated tht sri dav of (V'olwr. A. D.. I.
JCUl's NUSENr'BLD&K, Executor.
Notice 1 hereby given that st .pedal r eet
ing of tb torkholder of the Black Hawk Home
etead Building, Loan snd Savlnf Aaiwcistlon, held
at tbe office of the secretary on Tuesdsy evening.
October l&tb. lsb. pnrsnant to call, there being
present la person snd by proxy more than two
Ibirds of tbe stockholders of said Association,
representing over two-tbirds of sll the stock Hi
ssed by said Association, a resolution was passed
increasing tbe sntborized cspltal stork of ssid
Association to Ten Mill-on Dollsrs, a certiflcatu
of which has been filed with the Secretary of
atateat ftpringueld. Ill, and s like cert iflcale with
th recorder of deed of Kock Nlsnd con- tr. 1111
nof. J. M. WO.NTUOMBriY.
T. J. al SPILL. Jr , Sec y. Prest.
Estate of Peter Hay, Deceased.
Tbe nnderlgned. haviug been appointed Ex
ecator of tbe last will and testament of Peter
Hay. late of tbe connty of Rock Island, state of
Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice that be
will appear before tbe connty conrt of Rock Isl
aad connty, at tbe office of the clerk of ssld
onrt, in ti eity of Kock Island, at tb De
cember term, oo tbe Firat Monday In December
awzt, at whick time all persons having claims
against aaid estate are aotlSed aad requested to t
tend for the purpose of having tbe same adjust
ed. All persons indebted to said estate are re-
2 nested to make insaaeeUata payment to tb un
entered. Dated thl 11th dy of October A. D 1880.
llta -4w WILLIAM HAt, Executor.
Prosoptly sad neatly axecaud by the Aaau Job
sWUpadal attaslion paid w Coaaatercial work
FOR FINE CUSTOII
V H ::m ii
of the three
Cheap! Chrap! Cheap!
Overcoats for 51c on the dollar.
Suits worth f 20.00 for SlO Of).
Children's Suits worth H for tl.83
That I. the !. our oea!'4 profwlve. averare r)o"h:er dvenl.e. in the l.t quart, t ..(
the enliirh'er,e4 Mr-ereentfe eentary. Thonrh the ole.t Cloth:ns Houre in this part of n.
country we werealwsy. ready ukeep sbrea.t of the time e introduced thaprmripi, - ,,f
"One r-rtc wo'y and t r ta osesr." W intrrxjo. ed the r.rmciple rf -Erery Article Wi
rut"l W e inirr, ;-.e-4 the pnrc!pl of "1 rmti'n Kepreenta:o.." and will not re.i ui,
til .11 will fallow th pr acipie of " tioneat Advertiting. We always lead -the other, p.,)
The Pioneer Clothier, Hatter and Gent's Furnisher,
115 and 117 West Second St., DAVENPORT, 1.4.
Tisvna Ttr rir
J. B, ZIMMER
Star Block, . - - Qpp. Harper House.
IS RECEIVING DAILY HIS STOCK OP
Spring and Summer Goods,
of ihv latest patterns. Call and examine them and rr-nioiu-her
that he makea his unit up In the latest styles.
FTIS PRICES VTE LOW.
ONLY S2.00 A. DOZEN.
Photos on a Toboggan Slide.
-AT THE VIENNA PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIO,-
and have some of the latest novelties of tie season.
HAKELIER, Proprietor and Artist.
No. 1722, Setond ave., Gay ford's old studio, over McCabr's.
;CITY PAINT SHOP:
DRUCKMILLER & CO.,
Paiuting, Graining, Paper Hanging and Kalsomining.
CiT All work warranted and done to order oo short notice.
Shop No. 310 Seventeenth street, bet. 3d and 4th aveune.
F. C. Hoppe,
No. 180B Second Avt;.,
Rock Island, 111.
All kinds of Carpenter work done. General Jobbing done on short
notice and satisfaction guaranteed.
Office and shop 1412 Fourth ave., ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
TI VOLT SALOON"
Second Avenue, opposite Harper House. The choicest imported
WINES AND LIQUORS.
Imported snd Key West Cigars, a specialty.
Tflilnrino - T?.cq "hi i c"h -m Pn f t
I have opened at 420 Brady street, Davenport, with a new
and complete stock of FOREIGN and DOMESTIC GOODS.
Call and examine our stock before purchasing.
A. D. WALSH.
J. M. CHRISTY,
Steam Cracker Bakery,
aivriorviM n aueiiu An iiiom
Ask your Grocer for ttssa. IVey ara best.
sWlaMlaltl: TtMCkrlaty mm HllStOtlW; AffttV
ltfJK I8LANP, nX.
H. D. FOLSOM,
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor and Biaildcr,
Office and Shop Corner SeTenteeath St. . . T l T.1,
and Berenth ATcnue, I XVOCK ISlaiK
VAU kind of Artistic work a special tv. plan and estimates for all kinds of bonding
DAVIS & CO,
A cotnplet atock of
Pip1, Brass Goods, Packing,
I cse, Fire Brick. Etc
SWi AsenU for
DEANE STEAM PUMPS,
AKit eKJUT FEED LUBllICATORa.
W t a "t tee every one perfect, n vttll send (. 5p,
'I i ty dsy's trial, to resputuible patie..
Safetv I'tating Boilers, and Contrat
to n i r furnishing and laying
Wai !r, Gas and Sewer Pipe.
1712 First Avtc ,
Rock Is!and, Illinois.
T lapBoo 119. Reaidenee Teleptont no
UU Ultj MAJUJeUeUAUeVa. V
No. 1707 Second avenue. Rock Island.