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THIS AltttUB. TUESDAY,
AUG. 4. 1891 3
PrQmnfnn I fid PsEilfsH uhanckkv NO-
carancc Sale !
Inventory July 15. !
argains in Every Line.
Ictures and Frames
vfeutioa thi wo. 1c. Prices
,, - vir lower than usual.
.,':-v -.nil secire first choke.
K. CRAMPTON & CO.
ELM STREET GaBDENS,
rHSDAY. JULY 30. 1891,
A: V m- given by
bf. Otto's Military Band,
2i PIECES 20
Car'di'1-". to Garden.
JBui other tme-tried ana well
' !ni:rtee Compamct he following:
hr.rir.cfoiiiraiy. of Enefand.
: y.rv In-.. Cuai:tr.r of S. Y.
'Knnt If. Co.. Buffalo. JJ. Y.
uersuc Ins. Co.. Rochester, 1. T.
I'd., nf Pw.ianrh, Pa.
- :S-t. L.md'ir.
b C". of Cn'.:forr?.
CV.. N-.-w H .van, Cotx.
M-Cn!!:c In. Co.. Milwaukee, Wis
ftrclis'. Co..of Peora. Ill,
tCor. ly.h s:., and Second Ave.
P.0CE ISLAND. ILL.
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B PROMPTLY PAD.
! an.v irii .h'. -nci-.BnT ail
'1" :: 'nni:-ir.y Cal.
!!-,(; Insurance company. ...Cal.
, " ''tt'.'-ll.V Phil.
., :r!'.- company N. V.
. . i-t:t l!iJ-.-33cc company. . .N. Y.
V :.. ty S. Y.
ri x- - .
we .vi. l.ia Txponnrl Avenue
.' ork u. a thorough manner.
' ' l""-'ifi" 'hf lr and remove
"" "' '"f ia'.-at KniU Koehler's
JjiiCtNTa Per Bottle.
OF EVERY KIND
AN ENTERTAINING EXPERIMENT.
Thm Decompoaitlon or LI eta t Beautifully
Illustrated by a "Color Top."
For the experiment to be described a
common Iron top, such as may be found la
toy shops, is employed. It may have either
curved handle, like the one here repre
sented, or a straight handle. Just under
the flat part of the disk, are two or three
round pieces of drawing paper, and nnder
these is a thick disk of pasteboard. Each
of these has a bole in the center, so that it
can be slipped over the leg of the top. In
some tops, however, it may be easier to put
these disks above on the handle.
It is for the entertaining and instructive
use of such a top as this that Professors
Mayer and Barnard give the following di
rections in their work on "Light:"
Get some thick drawing paper and cut
out three disks, eaoh four i aches ia diame
ter, and make a bole in the center of each,
A COLOR TOP.
so that it will slip over the log of the top.
Cut each disk open from the circumference
to the center with a pairof scissors. Paint
one with red Vermillion, one with emerald
green and another with anil.ne violet, giv
ing a thick co it, and then, w hile the colors
arc drying, make a disk of tuck pasteboard
and cut a hole in the middle, so that it will
slip tightly over the leg of the top. When
these are ready take the red a: id green disks
and hold them side by side, with the cut
places opposite, arid slip oue intortie other,
and then turn them round so that the green
covers the red. Theu put them both on
the lest of the top and put the pasteboard
disk under them to hold them in plaoe.
Now if you hold the top upr ght in a plate
and make it spin you will g'-e a beautiful
nug of tjreeu C0lOr around the spinning
Such a top may be made to spin in a
dinner plate on the table by winding a
string round the leg and th.n pulling It
nway with the right hand, while the top is
held upnpbt with the left.
When ii stops, take off the pasteboard
and revolve the colored d.sts one on the
other so that half of the red and half of the
green cau be seen, and instattly you have
a hug of yellow. Move the disks so as to
display one-quarter green anl three-quarters
yellow, and you get a deep ortmige
ring. Move again and let tie green hide
nearly all the red. and the top shows a
greenish yeiiow ring.
in the same way com'bine the green and
violet disks and the spinning op wiilshow
a new shade of blue for every proportion
in which green and violet are mixed.
Put on the red and violet v sks and pur
ple will he shown. Put on trie red, green
aud violet so that one-thin 1 of each is
shown, and the ring will be g-ay.
This simple toy serves to show how three
colors may be combined to form every
color in the solar (.pectrum. Red, green
and violet may be tinted with other colors
in the most charming manner.
A Curious Property of tlie Diamond.
Mr. George F. Knntz, well inown as an
e.xtert in gems, recently calied attention in
the New York Sue, to a property of the
diamond, which may he en. ployed as a
means of distinguishing it from other sub
stances. Experiments made by Mr. Kuntz
demonstrate that the statement (made by
Robert Boyle as long ago as liio3) that
some diamonds phosphoresce in the dark
afterexposureto the sunlight t r an electric
arc light, is true, also that all diamonds
emit light by rubbing them on wood, cloth
or metal. This property will probably
prove of great value in distinguishing be
tween the diamond and other hard stones,
as well as paste, none of which exhibit this
phenomenon, and will be welomed by the
general public who do not possess the ex
perience of the dealer in diauonds. The
property is evideutly not electric,, or it
would not be visible ou beint; rubbed ou
To deodorize bottles that have con
tained beuziue, thymol, naphthol aud
other similar strong smelliug substances,
a simple and effectual plan is to pour into
each a small portion of a mixture of sul
phuric and nitric acids, and allow it to
flow over all parts of the interior. After it
has been left for about an hour in the bot
tles, which are occasionally tat en up and
turned about so that all parts t f the inter
nal surface are attacked by the acid, it will
be found, says Popular Science News, that
a good rinsing with plain water will leave
them as good as new.
BE A SffiAftS
APOLLO WAS A PERFECT MAN.
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' and VISOBOCB a all nncu.
YOUNG MEM OR OLD.
BIL1TT. Lost or Failing Ud
bo4. fhj-ilc. Ei tut, Me&t&l
Worrr. Bloated DtTAlrtpmeat, or
mr PERSON AL TEA CHESS cu b
rttrd to PERFECT HEALTH a&tf
HOBLH TIT A LIT T of 8TKOR0
If, Um Prldo a4 Pov r of Mattoaa.
i claim by jfars oJ practic by
prluive ni?iho is a uniform
MONOPOLY OF SUCCESS" fn treat-
bp' ot 1ti all viteaaoa. tuiwui ana
, Affliction of Men. Tftimonla!fl
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nm Si Mat an! Trntoriefl.
OUR NEW BOOK WfZ' n';.
It Willi, too cn fall CxpUaatlom for HOME TKEAT
KEHI Too caa b FTLLT BEBTOEED a Tboauada
hwa bT 01 Rrad our trstimoDtali ddreat at one
ERIE MEDICAL CO. BUFFALO. N.T-
Wyominir lot. It's the oomtng clt r of Wyom
ing. Has waterworks, electric lig its. flouring
mills. Located in the g-arden ot Wyomlnjr
froduced the prize potato crop of the United
states in lbao. t or maps and futher infor.
mation apply to
BANK ft THOM, Bl Jfalo, Wyo.
STATK OY ILLINOIS, I
Kock Island cotrNTT. f
In the Ruck Island County Circuit Court of the
September teim, A D., 1891 In Chancery.
Klisabetn Ferkler, the complainant . John
Peeiz, admin .irator cum tettamtnto annuo of
"alley ' avenpor dec.anrd, ath-rine uaven
port, Ebeni.erO. Davenport, Joseph L Uaveo
dort, Naomi L. Davenport, Henry C. Davenport,
Thoma. J. Robineon. r'redeiickt Weyei haueer,
a id W llllam C. Hntnam, the defendants. (ieu-
j . 3 Bi" lor specific performance
Affidavit of the non-residence of Catharine
Pavenport, Bbenzer C. Davenport, Joseph L.
DavenpcrijKaomi L. Davenporu HAry c. Daven
port, and William C. Pa nam. derendanU above
named, havii.g been Sled in the office of the clerk
of said circuit court of Hoc Island county, notice
Is hereby given f the t aid defendant and each
S? j ." Ty nt them' ,nit th aid complainant has
nled her bill of complaint in said court, on the
chancery aide thereof, and that a summons ha
j i8?ed oot ' U court against said non
resident defendant., returnablo on the first Mon
day ot September next. a. is by law required.
Now. unless you the said non-resident defend
ants, sha 1 personally be and ai.pear before said
circuit court of Hock Island conntv, on the first
day of the next term thereof, to be "holden in the
c-urt house, m the city of Rock Island, the .aid
county, on the first Monday of September. A. D.,
iwtl, and pUaJ, answer or demur to the said com.
plamaui's bill of complaint, the aame, and the
matters and things therein chanted and staled,
wtil be taken as confessed, and a decree entered
a. alm-t j ou. scco ding to tr.e priver of said bill.
Dated this 3d day of July, A D'.. 1S91.
GEO. W. GAMBLE,
Clerk of said Court.
J. T. Kinwoetht aid Wm. McEniBT. Solr'a
STATB OP ILLINOIS. I
fcics Islaxo Cornrr.
Circuit court or Rock Island comity, to the Sep-
tembertenn, A. D lswi. In coancery.
Henry G. Aneell vs. James Kane. Margaret Bane
and the Home Insurance om, any.
AffilHvii of the non-residence of the Home 'In
surance company defendant above named, having
been filed in the oftioe of the clerk of said circuit
couit of Rock Inland county, notice is hereby
given to the said Home Insurance company that
the corjp'a nan' heretofore file his bill of com
plaint in said court, on the chancery side thereof,
and lhat a summons thereupon issued out of said
court., against said defendants, returnable at the
court bouse in the city of Rock Island in said
conn y, ou the first Monday of Aepteisbcr uext,
1-fl, as is by law reqaired.
Kow, nt leas you. the said Home Insurance com
pany, shall personally be and appear before said
circuit coart of Hock Island coantv, on the first
day of a term thereof, to be holden at the city of
Rock Island in said county, on the fl'St Monday of
Srpteaibor. 189;. and plead, answer, or dtmur to
the said complairaat's bill of complaint, the aame.
and the matter, aud things therein charged and
stated will be taken as confessed, ard a decree en
tered agaitst yon according to the prayer of said
Kock Island, 111., July 5. A, D 1S9:.
GEO W. GAMBLE, Clerk.
Oliver Oluk, Compl'fs Sol r.
Qr an cert Notice.
STATE OF ILLINOIS, I
Ruck Island CofNTT. f"-
In the Circuit Court,
Jo'.cna I.. Becktr vs. Charies F. Becker. In
AtH lavit of non-rei-idence of the above named
defendant, hav.np; neen hied in the clerk's omce of
the circuit court of said county, notice is there
fore hereby civen to the said uon-rei-ident defen
dant that the complainant filed her bill of complaint
in said court on the chancery side thereof on ibe
Twenty-eighth dav of July, 1891. and that there
upon a summons issued out of said court, wherein
said suit i now peudicc. returnable on the first
Monday in the month of September next, as is by
Now unless yon.tliesaid non-resident defendant
above-named. Churles F. Becker shall personal
ly be and at'pe .r before s.iid circuit court, n the
first day of the next terra thereof, to beholden at
Roek Island in and for ihe said conntv. on the first
Monday in September next, ard plead answer or
demur to the salu complainant's bill of complaint,
the same and ih- matters and things therein
charged and stated will be taken as confessed and
a decree entered against you according to the
prayer of tne sai'i biil.
hock Island, '11. . .In!v SS, l?ii
OEuRGE W. GA.VELE, Clerk.
Adaih FleaSasts, Coaipt's. sol
STATS OF ILLINOIS, I
KoCB lhLAM COL'NTT. t'-
In the circuit court at the Septemder term. A.
P., l.il. In Chine try. Bi.l for tpecific per
formance. 11a isou E. Wright v.. Naomi L, Eavenport, Cath
erine Davenport, Henry c. Eavenport. hbtuzcr
. l'avenp rt Joseuh L. Davenuorr, Thomas J.
Rohiiwon, Fieoerick Weyerhauser, and John
To the above named defendants Naomi L. Dav
tiuiort. Carhirine Davenport. Henry C Daven
port. E'-euzer C Dav.nport aid Jocepa L. Dav
port. Affidavit o' your non-residence haviru; heen
t.tfd in tne effice of the clera of said court," notice
n hereby liven to you that the aisive n-med com
p.ainunt has this day filed In said cou:t bis bill of
conip aim aaint you on the chancery side of
said court aud lhat a sumaons in ciiaucery has
been i-ued airatust you. teturrable to the next
t'.-rm cf said circu t court to oe begun and bolden
at the court h' use in the c ty of Rock Island, :ii
sail ciuut on the firt Mo:. day of September, A.
D.. lt.'.U. at wnich ti jje and place ou will appear
and plead, aneer or demur to s .id bill of com
(la n . if you see fit
hock Island, d!.. Julv 2). A D .fl.
george w. gamble.
Clerk of sa d Court
Swee.net & Walker. Sol's furComplt
ADMINISTRATBIX'3 SALE OF
By virtue of an order and derrc of the county
court of hook Island county, Illinois, mde the
jie ition of Uie undersigned. Catherine K. Farrell
adminitrat x of the estate of Wui Farrell de
cersed. for ieavo to sell real es ate cf said de
ceased, at the Ju'y terra. A. D. 1-91. of said court,
to-wit: Oniheitet day of July, 1891. I shall on
the '-'let day of Aucust neat, bef ween the hours of
ten o'clock in the fureuoonand five o'clock iu the
afternoon of said dy.sell fo- cash down, at public
sale, iuclndtng widow's dower and homestead, at
the north uoor of the court house, in the city of
Hock Isal d, co nty of hock Istand, state of Illi
nois, the real estate described as follows, to-wit:
Lots eieven ill) and twelve (1-1. In tee northwest
of the southwest 14. of section three town
snip seventeen tl ) north rane two lit. west of
the fourth i4i principal moridian according to as-se-or
pla ou hie for 18 0. situated in the county
if hock star.d. sta e of Illinois.
Di-ted this -.-Snd aay of Julv. 1S9'.
CATHEKiNE . FARREtL.
Administratrix of the est-te ol Wm. Farrei:. deceased.
Jotice to Contractors.
Staled proposals will be received at the city
clerk', office, hock Is and. 111 , nntil o'clock p.
m., Monday, August S. 1)91, for constrnctirg the
improvement ordered by an ordinance enttt.ed.
"An ordinance for the conrtruction of a sewer on
Ninth street from the center ur the alley between
First and Second avenue, to conrect with the
main .ewer on Fifth aveuoewrh lateral branches
in tne sllevsand between First and Second, Sec
ond and Third and Fourth aveones respectively"
and amendment, thereto pasted May 5, 1890, Sep
tember 18. Ir95. respectively.
Flans and specificat on. for said improvement
on file in the citv clerk's office.
All bids most be accompanied with a certified
check in the .um of lo0 as a guarantee that if the
bid ia accept, a contract will be entered into and
The city rese:v,. the right to reject any and all
iiock Island. 111. .July 11. 19B1.
KOBEKT KoEHlER, City Clerk.
Jotice to Contractors.
Sealed proposals will be recived at te city
c'.er.'s office, Kock Island. 111., until Monday.
August . l91.t ti o'clock p m.. for constructing
the improveaienl o.dered bv tn ordinance of .aid
city, passed April S9. U91, entitled, "An ordi
nance tor th. improvement of Seventieth street
from the south line of Sccoid avenue to the north
line of Third avenue.
Plans aud ecittcatlon for said Improvement
on file tn the city clerk', office.
All bide must be accompanied with a certified
check in the aura of t-5.0 as a guarantee th.t if tne
bid 1. accepted that a contract will be snte'ed in
to and the performance of it properly secured.
Blank bid. will be f uiLiahed on application at the
city clerk', office.
The city reaer.es the right to reject any and all
hid. cr proposal..
B Bock Island. If!., July 11, 1891.
KOBBBT GOBBLER, City Clerk,
-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
115 and 117 West Second Street, DAVENPORT, IA.
-OF ALL CLASSES 0F-
Ladies' Oxfords .TO Former Price 1.00
Ladies' Pat. Tipped Oxfords
Ladies' Welt Oxfords
(Tipped and Plain Toe)
Ladies' Hand Turned Oxfords
(Both in Common Sense and OxfordB)
Lajlies' Hand Turned button Shoes 2.50
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
marM ail Dinipte. .rvcfcl and Uiscolonatiau. For
I sale bj ell first -clsus drutrfrt'ts, or mailed (or 80 ct
tn stamp, by
- jMmin railroad aenrica.
BOHUUL. Bend for circular.
v 1 mm aavn.,
J. T. DIXOJST,
And Dealer in Mens' Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue