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THE AIIGUP. SATUKDAY, JULY 25. 1891
rtrStE:hange and Miscel-
orb3i,, ":-r d one day at 10
.-,nc W8U' ,. . nrnril
E, .. tvrBe days ai v "
r vrord: three a:
i one aek at Me P ..Help
TlleS or.e week in tt e IJAiLiu.
v lfc'.rt a
rl j 1 112T SecrD avenue-
To-Tw.-wd cylinder prw
' r- ' ... m once. -
V me .
t, iOAN-On fh",el mortgag-en,
T' L-' . "... , j ii Mln (
Jones, WU Second avenue.
"ri-n i fiw moil salesmen
rANTf." 'l.ni of f"" n1 ornamental trees
,,11 r::ltr. r'('.: rcqu(red. GOOD PAV.
i.,refUr 1,1 july 15
1 Craipton & Co.,
Clearance Sale !
previous to Inventory July 15.
Bargains in Every Line.
Pictures and Frames
n.v.. .vre:il .V.ten-ion this woek. Prices
O to 50 per cent 10
n or tlian usual.
R. CRAIiPTON & CO.
AT ELM STREET GABDEN9,
THURSDAY, JULY 30, 1891,
A' 3 P tr.. g'uvn by
Prof. Otto's Military Band,
20 TII.CE3 20
Street Cars direct to(i.i:deu.
BE A MAN
APOLLO WAS A PERFECT MAN.
flUUCT HI IO!-IATCMltS$ IN Wall
&oLkiuos art. ti.c .igc'.-.i. '..r :;war, meu il.al
p. qt dt..v rurtD wen. pur in Ifa'h.
"T MAN can be sTRONa
aid VISCRong in all mparts.
Y2UK8 ME!. SB OLD,
teferisg from NERVOtXS EE
BI.ITT. Lost or Falling Man
hood. Ftiraical Emuti, Mental
Worn . fitnnted Devalnrmsnt. or
CT PE1.S0NAL WEAKNESS rut
reitor.t to PERFECT HEALTH and
tht hCBlE VITALITY of STBONO
MEN. tha Prida and Powor of Hatt.ns.
e iaiia by year of prai iu-f by
h: f-, isivp mernon a mttrorm
H0B00LT OF SUCCESS" in treut-
inirrli Xnataset, Weaknesses and
Afflictions of Mia. Testimonials
fnn MISIatM antl Tr-rttnrit
OUR NFUf KfTiif ""'""'' '".sealed, post
er. ftUJrV.i.l.fora limit-rt tlm- Oct
ttl.7t.ocaa Full Exi tanst'nns for HOME TREAT
..J" '"J" FU"- RE8T0BED as Ta.uaand.
Vb? .iVR"1'"'r :ln"-lll addnimoin
"iimtuiwML GO. BUFFALO. M.J'
n't l r
A. D. HUESING.
taSSSreentf among rth" ime-tned ana weU
"own rirelnsarance Companiea he following:
"pyal I Innrance Con pany, of Eceland.
bX Flre,IC9- Company of N. Y.
Bufi,u (jerman In.. .Jo., Buffalo, N. T.
Crnicn- Ir Co., of !'in8bnrgti. Pa.
Sun K:re oce. Lom'on.
Liiiun ln. Co., of CUifornla.
Secnr.ty In,. Co.. Kew Hiven, Corn.
6!;Ste MIlcnif Ins. Co., Milwaukee. Wis
tot-raun, Fire Inn. Co., of Peoria, 111.
Office Cor. 18th St., and Second Aye.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
J. M. BUFORD,
F,re a.d Time-triea Companle
JSES PRi)MPTT,Y Pim
-l aa luw
r.llanleomany can ri4
ia isEKT roB
Syi,i!1,n"nr,nce company Cal
ic.nyToltpl'nT6 CmPa"--?- v!
fo. 1713 Second Avenu
-la-" '." vkioki., p.m,V-
" wMKn.aB m.- "villi nraiorafl.
iuln:lu ' erw irk i'f"" or later exceaxes.
525,,-. Portion f the K, Si"" fTen o erer,
ud Drn..f.. . ""erences K.Z i. , ra""1
aisiu IL CO.. tUFFALO, N. Y.
ItavrnpoM's Hall Flayers.
The late Davenport ball team is scat
tered to the four winds. Shamus ia the
only one who has re-siened, and be. it
was unrieratoad last night, will play with
Cedar Rapirts despite the rumors to the
contrary. Sage is considering an offer
from Ottawti; Ramsen wants him. The
rest have all returned home; Kine to St.
Louts; Birndoh to Ojrnaaniown. Pa.,
Knox to Philadelphia: Welch to Znes
ville, O.; Ui 1 to Kewanee, Hi; Gilien to
Pittstturh. Jordan to Lawrenn, Mass.,
and Croean to Wheeling, W. Va- Dav
Yesterday Nicol made his first appear
ance in the National league. He was
grteted with enthusiasm and when be
struck out five out of the first seven men
at bat, he won the hearts of the Chicago
base ball cranks McPbee and Latham
were the first men at bat and both fanned
out. Tbe next man reached first but the
next struck out. The crowd was wild
and so was Latham. Id the next inning
Nick struck out two more men, but in
thitd Lntham got him rattled and he did
not know which way to throw the ball and
Cincinnati run in six men although they
ocly made one hit. This frightened An
son and he took him out of the box and
put Hutchinson ia, in his place. This
did not please the crowd and Anson was
hooted. People thought that he was not
giving the boy a fair chance.
Cnriona Caea of Paper.
Paper is now made to serve for steel and
iron. When stroug fiber is used it can be
made into a substance so hard that it can
scarcely be scratched. Railroad car wheels
are made of it more durable than iron. A
building Is said to have been made of it,
the rafters, weather boards, roof and floor
ing being all made of paper boards, im
pervious to water. The Breslau fireproof
chimney has demonstrated that cooking
and heating stoves, bathtubs and pots,
when annealed by a process that makes
them fireproof, becomes more lasting than
iron and will not burn ouc Cracks in
floors around the skirting board or other
parts of a room may be neatly filled by
thoroughly soaking newspapers into a
paste as thick as putty, and forced into the
cracks with a paste knife. It will 60on
harden and can be painted.
When the Word " Pluck Wu Slang.
Notes and Queries telk that the word
pluck affords an instance of the way iu
which slang words iu the course of time
lecoma adopted into current English.
We now meet with "pluck" and "plucky"
as the recognized equivalents of "courage"
and "courageous." An entry in Sir
Walter Scott's journal shows that in 1827
the word had not yet lost its character.'
He says "want of that article blackguardly
called pluck." Its origin is obvious.
From early times the heart had been pop
ularly regarded as the seat of courage.
Now, when a butcher lays open a carcaas
he divides the great vessels of the heart,
cuts through the windpipe, and then
plucks out together the united heart and
lungs lights he calls them and be terms
the united mass "the pluck."
Mrs. Brickrow Of all things! Why
are you sitting out on the roof barehead
ed this scorching day?
Miss Brickrow I want to bronze up
my face so I can wear my yachting cap
this afternoon. New York Weekly.
The Ace of Invention.
Mrs. McPump My goodness! The city
council has ordered that all milk shall be
tested by the Beatall Milk Tester."
Mr. McPump (milk dealer) That's all
tight. I invented that tester myself.
New York Weekly. .
"John, I want money for a new para
sol." "What, my darling, a parasol, when
next week there's going to be a total
eclipse of the sun?" Fliegende Biatter.
Music at Spring Cove every afternoon.
One dish of Krell & Math's ice cream
braces you right up this hot weather.
The finest and sweetest line of French
candies just received at Krell & Math's.
Order brick ice cream at Krell &
Math's. Three kinds in each brick, easily
Try our orange ice and then pass youi
opinion on it. We make it extra rich
and fine, using nothing but the fruit
juice. Krell & Math's ice cream parlor.
. . Parmenter, attorney at jaw.
Makes collections, loans money and will
attend to any legal business intrusted to
him. Office, postofflce block. Rock Isl
and, Ills. ds&wty
SEW THHODOa 8LEEFEB.
Ctucago to Bionx Falli, Sooth Dakva.
Beginning July 5th the Great Rock
Island route runs a through buffet sleeper
Chicago to Sioux Falls, leaving Chicago
daily on the (J., K. I. & P., No. 1, at
1:30 noon. Returning, this daily sleeper
arrives at Chicago at 8:05 a. m.
Maps, folders and information cheer
fully given, or sent on application to
tieorge r. .Lee, City Passenger Agent,
corner Clark and Washington streets,
Chicago, Ills ; or address E. St. John,
General Manager; John Sebastian, Gen
eral Ticket and Passenger Agent.
Annoal Eoeompmeur, Q. a. H.
For this occasion, the Burlington,
Cedar Rapids & Northern railway will
make a rate of one lowest limited first
class fare for the round trip. Tickets on
sale July 31 and August 1 and 2. Final
limit August 10, 1891. For full particu
lars regarding rates, time of trains and
other information, call on or address any
agent of this company or the under
signed. J. E. Hanneoas,
G. T. & P. A.
Lots for Bate
In Huber & Peetz' addition to the city of
Rock Island, being the late Bailey Dav
enport's homestead, nicely and centrally
located, within five blocks of the post
offlce. Title perfect. Terms liberal.
For particulars apply to the undersigned
at the People's National bank or on the
premises. John Peetz.
jOEzoms Complexion Powder pro
duces a soft and beautiful t kin; it com
bines every element of beauty and purity
STATE OF ILLISOIB, 1
R'X K JSLAKD COI NTY. I
Circuit tourt or Roc- Island c' nty. to the Sep-
lemutr term, A. U lyi. lu ct ancery.
Henry . Aneell ve. James Kan. laigaret Kane
ami toe borne Insurance company
Affidavit of the non-residence of tne Home In-
f urance company defendant anove named, having
been tiled in the office or tueeterk of paid circuit
court of hock Island county, notice ia hereby
given to the aaid Home Insurance company that
the complainant heretofore filed hie bill of com
plaint in aaid court, on the chancery side thereof,
and that a summon thereupon issued out of said
conn, asainn said defendauN. returnable at the
court house In the city of Rock Island in aaid
county, on the first Monday of rjepteinber next,
.-.t. co ,e uj inw requirea.
Now, unless you, the aaid Home Insurance com
pany, shall personally be and nuDear before, said
circuit conn of Rock Island county, on the first
uj ui a lerra tuereoi, to De noiuen at tne city oi
Rock Inland in aaid county, on the first Monday of
September, ltfl, and plead, answer, or di mur to
the aaid complainant's bill of complaint, the same,
and the matters aud thing therein chareedand
stated will be taken as confessed, aid a decree en
tered against you according to the prayer of said
GEO. W. GAMBLE, Clerk.
Olives Olek. Compi'fa Sol r.
STATE OP ILLINOIS, I
Rock Island Cocstt. (
In the circuit court at the Soptemder term, A.
P., 18'.U. In Ch.nctry. Bi.I for tpecinc per
formance. Ma ison E. Wright vs. Naomi L, Davenport, Cath
erine Davenport, Henry C. Davenport. Kbenzer
;. Davenpcrt. Joseph L. Davenport, Thomas J.
Robinson, Frederick Weyerhauaer, and John
To the above named defendants Naomi L. Dav
enport. Catherine Davenport, Henry C. Daven
port, Ebeuzer O. Davennort and Joaenh I.. nv.
Affidavit or yonr non-residence having been
filed in the office of the clerk of said conrt, notice
is hereby Riven to yon that the above named com
plainant has this day filed In said court his bill of
comp aint against you on the chan erv side of
said court aod that a summons in chancery has
been issued a?ainst you, returnable to the next
term of said cireu t contt to be begun and bolden
at the court house in the c ty of Hock Island, in
sail comity on the first Monday of September, A.
D.. ls'Jl, at wnich time and place you will appear
and plead, answer or demur to s tid bill of com
tlam . if you see Ct.
Rock Island, '11.. Jnlv 2). A D..p)l.
UEOHGE W. GAMBLE,
. ... Clerk of sa d Conrt.
SweesbtA Walker, Sol's forComplt
A DMINISTRATBIX's SaLB OF
By virtue of an order and decree of the connty
conrt of Rook Island concty, Illinois, mode 02 the
petition of the undersigned. Catherine E. Farrell
adminl'tratix of the estate of Wm Farrell de
cerned, for leave to sell real os ate ct said de
ceased, at the July term. A. D. lsl. of said court,
to-v.it: On ihedlst day of July, 1S91, I shall on
the ilst day of Ancnst neat, between the hours of
ten o'clock in the forenoon and five o'clock in the
afternoon of said day.sell for cash down, at public
sile, including widow's dower and homertead, at
the north aoor of the court house, in the city of
Rock IsaUd, co .nty of Rock Island, state of "Illi
nois, the real estate described as follows, to-wit:
Lots eleven II) and twelve (12 . In tte northwest
l4, of the southwest t-, of section three (3), town-i-ntp
seventeen (17) north range two ri). wei-t of
the fourth (4) piincipal rnoridian according to as
sessor's plat on file for IS (I, situated in the county
cf Rock island, state of Illinois.
Dated thts!nd day of July. 191.
CATHERINE E. FARRELL,
Administratrix of the esute of Wm. Farrell, de-
Jotice to Contractors.
Staled proposals will be received at the city
clerk's ofKce, Hock Is and. Ill , until t o'clock p.
m., Monday, August 8. 1S91, for constructing the
Improvement ordered by an ord nance entitled,
"ao ordinance for the con-tmciion of a sewer on
Ninth ttreet from the csnter cf the aliey between
Fust and Second avenues to conrect with the
main sewer on tilth avenue wrh lateral branches
in tee sllessnd hetwetn First and Second, Sec
ond and Third and Founh avenues respectively"
and amendments thereto pasred May 5, ISM, Sep
tember IS. ltl3, respectively.
Flaws and speciflcat ons for slid improvement
on file in the citv clerk's office.
All bids must be accompanied with a certified
check in the sum of lo0 as a gnarantee that if the
bid is accepter a contract will be entered into and
Tne city rese:vca the right to reject any and all
Keck Island, 111 , July 11. 191.
ROBKRT KoEHlER, City Clerk.
Jotice to Contractors.
Scaled prroosals will be received at tte c:ty
cler.'s ofiice. Rock Island, 111., until Monday.
Atgust S. 1 91. ft o'clock p m.. for constructing
the imoroveaent o dered bv r n ordinance of saia
city, passed April 2!, H9I. ei.titled. " An ordi
nance lor tho improvement of Seventeeth street
from the south line of Second avenue to the north
line of Third avenue.
Plscs and specification for said Improvement
on file in the city clerk's office
All bids must be accompanied with a certified
check In the sum of fo:0 a a wuarjntee that if the
bid ia i-cccpted that a contract will be nte?ed in
to and the performance of It propetly secured.
Blank bids will be furUshed on application at the
city clerk's office.
't he city resides the right to reject any and all
bids or proposals.
Rock Island. 111.. July 11. 18S1.
ROBERT KOEHLER, City Clerk.
Estate of Sarah B. Cobb, Deceased.
The undersiened, having been appointed ex
ecutor of the last will and testament of Sarah B.
Cobb, late of the countv of Rock Island, state of
Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice that he will
appear before the county court of Rock Island
county, at the office of the clerk of said court, in
the city cf Rock Island, at the September term, on
the First Monday in September next, at which time
all persons having claims airainst said estate are
notified and requested to attend for the purpose of
having the same adjnsted. All persons indebted
to said estate are requested to make immediate
pavment to the nndersitmed.
Dated this 7th day of Julv. A. D.. 1S91.
PHIL MITCHELl, txecntor.
PBCScaiPTioica a Sfxclaltt.
Fourth Aye. andTwentv-Tbird St.
John Volk 6c Co.,
Sash, Doors, Blinds, Siding. .Flooring,
and all kinds of wood work for builders.
Eighteenth St., bet. Third sad Foam avea.
-HAS DECIDED TO SELL OUT HIS-
On that Account Our whole Stock of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Has to be Disposed of
AT ANY PRICE:
Worth of Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing
To be Bought for
v-115 and 117 West Second Street, DAVENPORT, IA.
A WELL KNOWN FACT,
That Carse & Co.s Shoe House is the largest
exclusive Shoe house in this entire section.
Have attained their present size by proverbial
HONESTY and strict attention to the shoe
business. . '
CARSE & CO.,
Only handle the BEST goods made and BUY
direct from the manufacturer.
CARSE & CO.,
Dont need to say anything about their LOW ;
PRICES, their ever increasing trade adver
tises them in that line sufficient.
CARSE & CO.,
1622 Second Avenue
IrriDArt & W-iUuvni tranapareuoy to the f km. fts
I move all pimple. 1 wklw msid disoolorauoiu. For
I s&to by ail lint-cla trtifrfr.ts, or ualied for M ct&
in stamp, by
If SI CI TlHCQ Teaches lw etudema a
lALtaLIIHCO trade anT then starts
annnnr nv Jemin ratlroaa service,
SCHOOL, OF Bend for drenlars.
ICirODlDUV VALENTINE BROS.,
I ULCDlalirni M-lSJansvrxu, Wla,
j. x. tjixojst,
MERCHANT TAILOR, '
And Dfcaler in Mens' Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue
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