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LEGAL.
V
I, craiii & wj.
learanceSale!
erioas
to Inventory July 15.
bargains in Every Line.
ctures and Frames
-.,,.' Price.
' ... i.,i..r thin usual.
.Uure first choice.
B. CBAJIPTON & CO.
1FTH SUBSCRIPTION
rQNCERT !
HELM STREET GABDKN8,
hSSDAY, JULY 30, 1891,
At s i' - slvf br
:of, Otto's Military Band,
PIECES 20
e:Ci direct; to G:trdt-n.
OHUESING
Seal Estate-
-AXD-
isiance Agent
lwni. armair other line-tried ana Weil
?:m Ir.sirLCi Companies be following:
Ti I?;r.i'JeCom?mny. o! England,
;?,T?irt: In. otnpany of . t.
;L3inmiK;Ir..Co.. butlalo. s. 1.
ante? Sennas In. o.. rtocnester, H. X.
:i!n Co.. of Pittsburgh, Pa.
. p re yScc. L"C It.
In. Co.. of California.
-rrvln... O-i.. N-:v Hiveo. Coritk.
i-'jt M-rtuni.-s Ir.f. Co.. Milwaukee, Wis
rattF!Mli).Co.,of Peoria. Ill,
5ceCor. 19th St., and Second Ave.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
J. M. BUFORD,
GENXRAL-
stance Agent
TS': rtrs vd Tlmp-trted Companies
.OSES PROMPTLY PAID.
ii u la my rWuble romr-any can
1 .nr patronage it soaclted.
w f? ;ti Am block.
ED. LIEBERKNECHT.
1 AOtST rw,
' ' - - romtninv C;l.
u".?' "1 '""ranee company Cal.
- ...n-.r . naiTiiijy fun.
'I '.-.M. hjuna;e company K. V.
.:( In.uraiice company....?. Y.
new. -urc!y CnntpaLy X. r
Office So. iri2 Second Avenue.
GEO. GREEN, :.
tiie
-ity Scavenger,
HAS IXVEXTK3 A
DISINFECTANT
" K"rt: i" thorough manner.
rii?,,yfl- ' remove,
For - at Kniil Koehler's
LSO Cents Per Bottle.
JOHN WITT,
Ute ha. opened a
KM ESTABLISHMENT
Foot of Twelfth Street
Thursdays
acL week these bath are
reserved exclusively
for LADIES
the public evervrW
mm 1 OF EVERY KIND
1 iffi?AGT.8ecr.t.
KOSCIUSKO'S HORSE.
Bow Thia Animal Gave Indication of
His Owner's Cha -acter.
There Is a story told of a precise old gen
tleman who. having purch.ised a pony for
driving, was annoyed by tie animal stop
ping at every public house -vhich he passed
in his drives. The pony g ive sure indica
tion of the habits of its former owner.
The horse of Kosciusko, the celebrated
Polish general, appears to 'aave had a dif
ferent training.
When the Polish leader was living in
exile in Switzerland he wished to send a
few bottles of choice wine to a clergyman
who dwelt at Solothurn. 1 le intrusted the
wine to a young man named Zelteur, lend
ing him his own. horse on which to per
form the journey. Young Zelteur set out
with the basket of bottles and was canter-
TIIE HOUSE CAME TO A FCXL STOP,
ing along the road when a poor man ap
proached, and pulling off Lis hat asked for
alms. The horse immediately came to a
full stop and refused to move for either
coaxing or threats. This was awkward
for the young man, who had no money,
aud the horse seemed to be waiting for
something: but a bright i lea seized him.
He plunged his hand intol.isempty pocket
and pretended to take oat some money
and made a motion as if j utting it in the
poor man's hat. This he had no sooner
done than the animal trotted on again.
After goins: on for some distance another
begsrar pulled off his hat, and the horse
nain stood still. This t.me Zelteur was
prepared for the occasion, and pretended tar
put money in the man's hat; the animal
went on his way quite satisfied. The wine
wns duly delivered to the clergyman, and
Zelteur, having encountered during the
journey several mendicants, all of whom
he induced the horse to pass by pretending
to give them something, returned to Kos
ciusko and told him he vould never ride
hie horse again unless he also lent him his
purse.
'Why so?" asked Koscirjsko. And then
the youug man, much t the general's
amusement, narrated the incidents of the
journey and how he was ol Jiged to pretend
to give something to the poor beggars in
order to satisfy the horse.
An Amazed Africau.
There is nothing whicto causes so much
wonder in the mind of the savage as the
arts of reading and writing, and many
amusing tales are told oi his inability to
understand how "talking paper" works.
An African named Munno was once sent
by one missionary to anoi her with a pres
ent of cocoanuts. As it w.ts a hot day and
he was thirsty, he ate two of them by the
way. When he handed over the others to
the missionary, what was Lis astonishment
to hear the latter remark, .ifter reading the
note that accompanied the present, "How
carelessly 5 ou must have carried the bas
ket; twenty nuts were S';nt and here are
only eighteen."
As tiie missionary did not make much of
it Mungo did not enter into particulars,
but he was greatly puzzled. It was evi
dent that the note had given the informa
tion, for as soon as he real it the mission
ary counted the nuts, and so the perplexed
messenger concluded thar, the paper had
been watching him all tje time that he
committed the theft.
Shortly after he wasen again cn a sim
ilar errand, but on this oc asion he was de
termined to circumvent thi "fetish paper,"
aud so before helping himself to the three
tine, fleshy nuts, of which tie made a meal
on the road, he hid the telltale letter un
der a stone and retired to some distance
from it. Having finished his repast he
went back for the note, a ad entered with
confidence the missionary's house.
"All the nuts here dis ye re time, massa,"
he said jauntily.
"Except the three you atseoming along,"
answered the missionary after consulting
the uote.
Mungo's amazement was now beyond
the power of words to describe, and from
that day forward he might have teen
trusted with uncounted wries, if only a
scrap of "fetish paper" were sent along
with them.
Fred and the Clock.
A
Jflmr TIC-
. CHANGES IN ONE 6H JET HOUR.
"Tick, tock, iroes t he clock."
Grumbled little Fred,
"Just at six I havt: my tea.
At seven I go to bed."
-flu Nicholas.
An Easy Question.
"Who can tell me the ch ef use of bread?"
Asked a teacher of the oral class;
Quick up popped a tousle i curly head.
And up spolre a little black eyed lass,
Much astonished any one should ask
That which could be answered with such
Surely it were but an eas r task!
"It's to spread the Jara on. if yon pleats!
I.lttla en and Women.
(JHAMOKKY NOTICE. .
state ov Illinois, i
KOCKlALA?mtorrwOT fSS.
In the Rock Island County Circuit Court of the
repiemtrierm, A D., 181 In Chancery.
Bl'zabetn Ferkler. the comnlafnant vk. John
Poets, admin'.trator cum letlamenlo annrxo of
Bailey tiavenpor deoased, f athirine Uavcn
port, K Denier u. Davenport, Joseph L. Caveo
dort, Naomi L. Davenport, Henry C. Davenport,
Thomas i. Robinpon. redeiiclt Weyeihanser,
and William C. Putnam, the defendants. Gen-ITJNo-
. Mill for epeclfie performance
Affidavit Of tllA nAA-NiUiuimi f'.lk.i4na
Davenport, Kbenzer C. Davenport, Joseph L.
uavenpnri, Naomi L. Davenport, Henry V. Daven
port, and William C. Pu nam, defendants above
Dame1. havitii? been died in t he nffiij r th itpk
nt .aid circuit court of Hock Island eonnty, notice
cuj given 10 me rata aeienaants anaeacn
and every of them, that the .aid complainant baa
filed her bill of complaint in saia court, on the
chancery aide thereof, and that a summons ba
been issued out of said emm against .aid non
resident defendants, returnable on the first Mon
day ot September next, as 1. by Isw required.
Now. unless you the .aid non-resident defend
ants, gha'l personally be and ai pear before .aid
circuit court of Rock Island county, ou the nret
day of the next term thereof, jo be holden in the
ccurt house, in the city of Rock Island, the said
county, on the first Monday of September. A. D.,
,uu answer or Qemur to tue sale com-
plainaui's hill of complaint, the same, and the
maiters and things therein charared and stated,
will betaken as cunfessed, and a decree entered
a,- alnst you, cco ding to tt.e prayer of said bill.
uaicu mis oa aay or juiy, a v.. 1WJU
GEO. W. GAMBLE,
Clerk of said Conrt.
J. T. KlNVnilTRT And Wtt UnPu.iv On-'
forComp'lt.
Qhamckby Notice.
STATU OF ILLINOIS, )
ROCk IsLiKD COC lfTT. 1 Bf"
Circuit court or Rock Island connty. to the Sep-
iBiuuerierm, a. u lcyi. in cuancery.
Henry G. Anzell vs. James Kane. Margaret Kane
mi me ume insurance company.
Affidavit of the non-residence of the Home ITn-
eurance company defendant above named, having
urcn ujru in roe omoe oimecierK ot saia circuit
court ot Rock Island conatv. nonce la herohv
friveo to the said Home Insurance company mat
the cor.iplainani heretofore filed his bill of com
plaint in said court, on the chancery side thereof,
and that a summons thereupon issued out ot said
court, against said defendants, returnable at the
court house in the city of Rock Island in said
co'imy, on the first Monday of September next,
as is iiy isw requirea.
Now, unless you. the said Home Insurance com
pany, shall Dersonallv be and SDOear hefore said
circuit court of Rock Island county, on the first
day of a term thereof, to be holden at the city of
Rock Island in said county, on the first Monday of
September, lStti. and plead, answer, or dtmur to
the said complainant's bill of complaint, the same,
and the matter a and things therein charged and
stated will be taken a. confessed, and a decree en
tered against you according to the prayer of said
bill.
Rock Island, 111., JulySS. A, D 1891.
GEO W. UAMBI.;. nierk.
Oliveb Olskk. Compi'fs sol r.
'HAJiCiTRY Notice.
STATE OF ILLINOIS, I
Rock Island Countt. f
Iu the Circuit Court.
Jo-.nna i.. Becker vs. Charles F. Becker. In
Chnncery.
Afniiavit of non-residence of the above named
defendant, having been tiled in the clerk's office of
the circuit court of said county, notice is there
fore hereby given to the said non-resident defen
dant that tue complainant filed her bill of complaint
in said court on the chancery side thereof on the
Twenty-eictith davof July, 18M. and tha there
upon a summons issued out of saiu court, wherein
said suit is now pending, returnable on the first
Monday in the month of September next, as is by
law reqnired.
ow unless voii.the sai.t non-resident defendant
above-named. Charles F. Becker shall personsl-
y oe anil uppeur oeiore said circnil court. fn tue
first day of the next. term thereof, to beholden at
Rock Island In and for ihe said comity, on the first
Mouday in September next, aru plea'd answer or
demur to tte saia complainant's bill of complaint,
the same ana Hie matters and thi:igs therein
charged and stated will be taken as confessed and
a decree entered aguiutt you according to the
praver of the said bill.
Rock Island, 111.. Julv SS, 1391.
GEORGE W. GAMBLE, Clerk.
Adair FlkaSaxts. Compt's. sl
QHANCERY NOTICE
STATE OF ILLINOIS,
Rock Island Coc.ntt. f
In the circuit court at the Septcmder term, A.
P., lfsll. In Chincry. Bi.l for fpecjfic per
formance. Ma ison E. Wright v. Naomi L, Davenport. Cath
erine Davenport. Henry C. Davenport, abenzer
. Kavenprrt. Joseph L. Davenuort, Thomas J.
Robiuson, Frederick Weyerhauscr, and John
Pee'z, administrator.
To the above named defendant. Naomi 1,. Dav
enport. Catherine Davenport, Htnry O. Daven
port. Eenzer C Davenjiort and Joseph L. Dav
jiort. Affidavit of yonr non-residence having been
filed in the rfticc of the e'erk oi said court, notice
is hereby given to you that the above untried com
plainant ha. this day filed in said cou t his bill of
comp aint against you on the chancery side of
said court atid that a summons in chancery has
ticeu issued acainst you. returnable to ihe next
term otsaid circu t court to be begun and holden
st th court he use in the c ty of Kock Island, in
sai-i oumy on tue first Moi day of September, A.
D.. 1H1, at wnich tijie and place vou will appear
and plead, answer or demur to s dd bill of com
plain', if vou see fit
Rock Island. '11.. Julv 21. A . D..11S91.
GEORGE W. GAMBLE.
Clerk of sa d Court.
Sweeney & Walker. Sol's for Compit
ADMINISTHATBIX'S SALE OF
REAL ESTATE.
By virtue of an order and decree of the county
conrt of Rook Island conr.ty", Illinois, made on the
petition of the undersiiriied. Catherine E. Farrell
admini-trat.x of the estate of Wm Farrell de
cerned, for leave to sell real es ate of said de
ceased, at the Juiy term. A. D. Xs9l. of said court,
to-wit: on iheiiist day of July, 1891, 1 shall on
the Slst day of Auaust next, between the hours of
ten o'clock In the forenoon and five o'clock in tbe
afternoon of said day. sell for cash down, at public
sale, including widow's dower and homestead, at
the north ooor of the court house, in the city of
Rock Isah d, co nty of Rock Island, state of Illi
nois, the real estate described as follows, to-wit:
Lots eleven (11) and twelve (12), in tbe northwest
V. of the southwest K. of section three (S). town-
snip seventeen (t?) north ranee two (2), west of
the fourth (4) piincipal tnoridien according to as
sessor's pla. on Die for IS tl, situated in the county
CI noes siaiin. sia'e oi Illinois.
Diiltri tht2:ind any of Julv. 133'.
CATHERINE E. FARRELL.
Admiuistntrix of the estate oi Wm. Farrel', de
ceased.
N
otice to Contractors.
Sealed proposals will be received at the city
clerk's ottice. Rock Js ana. in , until o o'clock p.
m Mrnduv. AuEustS. 1891. for constructirc tbe
improvement ordered by an ord'nance ectitied,
An nrdinauoe for the construction of a sewer on
Ninth stteet from the c inter ot tbe alley between
First and Second avenues to coaiect witn the
main sewer on ilfth avenue wnb lateral branches
in tbe .lleysand between rirst ana second, sec
ond and Third and Fourth avenue. resDecttvelv
and amendments thereto passed May 5, 185, Sep
tomher 18. 1E99. resDectively.
Plan, and specificat ons for .aid improvement
on file in the citv ciera s omce.
All bide must be accompanied with a certified
check in the sum of 10O as a guarantee that if the
bid is acceptea a contract will be entered into and
nmnerlv Derformed.
Tue city reset ves tbe right to reject any and all
bids.
beck Island. Ill , Jnly 11, 1891.
ROBkRT KoEHlK-S, City Clerk.
N
J otice to Contractors.
eeaiea piwjwwn ' " . v,.i j
.u. 'a nfflce. Rock Island. 111., until Monday.
August . 1-81. st 6 o'clock p m., for constructing
the improvement ordered bv en ordinance or saia
city, passed April 29, U91, er tilled. -An ordi
nance lor the lmorovement of Seventeeth street
from the south line of Second avenue to tbe north
hnc of Third avenue,
pl.n. and st education for said Improvement
on du in uw oij
All bid. mnst be accompanied with s certified
check in tbe sum of (5:0 as a guarantee that if tbe
bid is accepted that a contract will be ente-ed in
to and the performance of It properly secured.
Blank bids will be famished on application at the
City ciera uujw . ,
The city restrfea the right to reject any and all
HOCK lAUtDll lll usvi
ROBERT koKHLgR, City Qerk. '
RQBT
-HAS DECIDED TO BELL OUT HI3-
RETAIL DEPARTMENT.
On that Account Our whole Stock of
(Mil
Ha
ts ai
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Has to be Disposed of
AT ANY PRICE. '
S75.000
Worth of Men's, Boys1 and Children's Clothing
To be Bought for
30,OOd!
ROBT. KRAUSE;
115 and 117 West Second Street, DAVENPORT, IA.
Grand
Clearing Sale
--OF ALL CLASSES 0F
SUMMER FOOTWEAR!
Ladies' Oxfords -
Ladies9 Pat. Tipped Oxfords
Ladies9 Welt Oxfords - - 1.90
(Tipped ana Plain Toe)
Ladies9 Hand Turned Oxfords - 2.00
(Both in Common Sense and Oxfords)
Ladies9 Hand Turned button Shoes 2.50
$ .TO Former Price $1.00
1.25 " ' 1.50
66
66
66
66
66
2.25
2.50
3.00
These summer shoes must go in order to make
room for our Fall Stock. Ladies', Misses' and Chil
dren's Wigwams closed out at 50c per pair. No
humbug; a bona fide sale from now on at the OLD
RELIABLE SHOE HOUSE,
CARSE & CO.,
1622 Second Avenue
lOZZOiMI'S
MEDICATED
COMPLEXION
Imnart riihant rnsixnoT to the skin, itstv
I move avil ptntKleB. freckles ukI Uicolora.tlcMis. tot
I tale by all ftrxt-clAa druirKlu, or nuuied for M eta.
VALELTIUE'S tea31
. SCHOOL, OF : a."
I CI CQD 1DUV VALKNTINK BBOa.
J. T. DIXOJST,
MERCHANT TAILOR.
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue

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