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THE AKGUB. THUK8DAY, AUGUST C, 1891 3
1 ttPi & UL,
learancc Sale !
Previous to Inventory July 15. '
Bargains in Every Line.
Pictures and Frames
,,;.,o-:ul vumtiaa this wo)k. Prices
i ..- ,-n: ,oriT thio usual,
-ir.-l secure Hrt clioice.
E. CRAMPTON & CO.
AT ELV STREET GA.BDKN8,
THURSDAY, JULY 30, 1891,
A ? p m. given by
rof. Otto's Military Band,
i PIECES ao
-iCiViLri ctJ to Garden.
. D. HUESING
.-.Tt'K.t. aLi other ime-tr.ed ana well
F..- ii.-u:iiEce Companies te following:
n L.:ir.-i C'oniiar.y, of England.
f-;.L--.w : Iu. Company of N. 1.
.ii.pG-rmsr. In. Co., Buffalo, X. Y.
s-rr Cre.min It. Co.. Rochester, N.
fc Co.. of Piu'trarsb. P.
F:-f "?.-. L..nd-iu.
:.::!: . o' '"aiifomis.
":t hi. 0 . '"W H ivsn, Co"-n.
w.,"ir- I! Lk.it Inn. r.o V:lwinbn Tu
& sul F.n in. Co., of Poori. Li,
iofce Cor. St., and Second A.ve.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
1 M. BUFORD,
T" ''' " T;me-tr!a Companies
' : r-e:.ted.
3SZS PROMPTLY PAID.
" y reliable .-nmjatt eta tfl
. . .. :.-BSe w soucitM.
'Off i. A-.-nn block.
is AttENT roc
r. a in- i-ir.e mnninr Oal.
-in,.lrace company C'ai.
V.',"1'': a,-nv Pb.
"1; '' .ri'.,tc company N. Y.
n. .aw Intarance company. . .N. Y
.' ' " " In-urniice company N. Y.
-J- -' i t npacy N. Y.
OSre Xo. 1T12 Second Avenue.
'-a .o- i w ork in a thorough manner.
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For file at tail Koehler's
ce. 50 Cents Peb Bottle.
A DECIDUOUS MAN.
He SUeds His Skin and c.eU a New Outfit
of Fincr and To Xaila Ereiy July.
At a recent meeting of the Chicago Med
ical society Dr. J. Frank reported a case
where a man every J uly s red his skin. He
was taken with feverish tremors, increas
ing almost to paroxysms. He undressed,
lay down, and within a few minutes the
skin of the chest began t turn red. The
redness rapidly extended over the entire
skin, and the feverish tremors continued
uninterrupted for about, twelve hours.
Then he arose, dressed and walked about
in perfect health. The skin now com
menced to peel, and ten hours later it be
gan to come off in great pi-.rches. From the
arms and legs it could be pulled off exactly
like gloves or stockings. As the old skin
came away a new epider nis, as soft and
pink as a baby's, was revealed. This new
skin was very sensitive; the patient had to
wear softened gloves and moccasins for
aboutaweeL. After the old cuticle had
been entirely removed the finger and toe
nails began to urop off new nails literally
crowding thm out. Firally the change
was complete; the man had a new skin and
a new outfit of nails, and was ready to re
turn to the mines. The shedding began in
his first yearnnd recurred every July there
after. The New York M-Mical Record is
quoted as authority for the foregoing.
Seaside Visitors and Damp Beds.
The mischief wrought by damp beds un
fortunately does not usua.lv react upon its
heedless originators. The sole sufferer is
the luckless occupant who buries himself
within the chill of half lried bedclothes.
An instance in which the njured party ap
pealed successfully to the law for damages
is related by the English Lancet, which
says: "The plaintiff, who had for several
days occupied a room at a seaside resort,
was told that the apartment was let and
he must accept another. Here the trouble
began. Illness with its e; peuses followed,
and the final cost to the too unceremonious
host was considerable. An action so unu
sual and a verdict so consouant with sani
tary principles deserve to be kept in re
membrance; however, the maxim which
inculcates prevention is si ill the best. Not
even a money line will always atone fur
the injury done by avoids-. ble illness. Ltt
the traveler, however weary and inclined
to sleep, first lie careful tbtt h:s bed is dry.
In any case of doubt a clange of bedding
should be insisted on. and the further pre
caution of sleeping iietween blankets rather
than sheets is in such cases only rational.'7
The Gastric Juire.
A physician is authority for the follow
ing statements in regard to the action of
tne gastric juice on microns: "The empty
stomach of a healthy man contains innu
merable organisms. The zastric juice, and
principally" the hydrochloric acid, possesses
microbieide properties. 1 he microbestske
no active part in digestion. Persons who,
on account of some atlect; ms, secrete lit'.ie
hydrochloric acid, are easily intoxicated i y
means of the micro-or nanisms in the
stomach. Therefore the rlomacu shoi Id
not remain in au empty condition for any
length of time, and dur ng an epidem.c
food should be taken at fluent intervals,
and, if possible, sterilized "
A DAY IN AN ENGLISH HOUSEHOLD.
The Ideal of C'omf.n-t Is, Good Serviee,
Even il tlif Tl,le Be Less 1'1,-nt iftil.
In an article ou the English middle
classes Harper's Bazar g'n es some very en
tertaining derails about t je manners and
daily customs of an English household of
the "upper ' middle class, among them the
An American woman wonders when she
learns how many servants are needed to
run such a household. The cook must
have her one or more kitchen maids, t ben;
must be a couple of foott ien and a parlor
maid, two or three chan bermaids aud a
lady's maid, and in large Louses this would
seem but a small staff.
Visiting hours are so arranged that t he
Englishwoman has her uurning practical
ly to herself. She is weli fortified for the
day. She had her cup of t before getting
up. Then at 9 came br akfast with her
husband aud children aa informal meal,
with no servants in the room. At this she
drank another cup of tea, ate her rasher of
bacon and toast aud finished with marma
lade. The menu is bacor, and marmalade
winter aud summer, spr ng and autumn.
Hot cakes or rolls are delicacies never seen
on an English breakfast table. After the
interview with the cook the lady of the
house is full mistress of Lw-rown time. She
can count upon no oue, except perhaps 311
intimate friend, calling before 3 or 4 in the
afternoon, so that it. is n rely she is inter
rupted for formal social d ities.
Luncheon is a very imi-ortant function,
from which children are liauished to the
nursery. It might be called more correctly
a dinner hot joint and vegetables, a pud
ding, cheese and fruit.
Shopping hours are mi ch the same as
with us. Between 12 and 5 the shops are
most crowded. The most popular time of
all, however, is from 3 to 5. And then, if
luncheon must be had aw iy from home, it
is in the genuine English restaurant in
the Holborn or the Criterion or the St.
James it is eaten. Not for the British
middle class women are the pleasant little
French and Italian haunU.
At 5 o'clw k tea is serve I. It is brought
up to the drawing room on a tray, and is
the most informal and delightful of all Eng
lish meals. Thin slices of bread and butter
and cake homemade, if possible are eaten
with it, and on a day "at Lome" it answers
as an excellent substitute for conversation.
After tea it is time to dress for 7, 7:30 or 6
Dinner, the master of the house now be
ing at home, is a very formal affair, far
more so than it is with us. The manner in
which it is served is of more account than
the dishes of which it cons sts. Our staud
by, soup, you need never e pect to tiet very
good, if you get it at all. I'pon the inevita
ble joint and the no less inevitable tart you
can as surely count. Wit a dinner the dav
ends. The hours that remain are devoted
to amusement, whether that means sitting
around the fire in the emtarrassed silence,
broken by spasmodic "aolis" that in Eng
land is called talking, or going to the thea
ter, where stalls and balcony are usually
filled by the wealthy "uppor" middle clasn.
4 W P Fowlet t P F Kinsioger. ej
nei, and nej nej. 17, 20, 2e and st IS.
10. 2e. to 0 0.
S W Whet lock to W Gamble, lot 7,
Wock 3, Wheelock's addition to Moline,
Swan Berklund to O E Falk, lot 4,
block 2. Meeee & Holland's ddition to
B Davenpoit, bv heirR. to CbarlesP
Jones, thrte tracts in 2, 18. 2w. $14,
U0 John Thompson to J A Carleon, part
of lot 5. block 3, 5. 17. lw, $300.
John ToomDson to O W Kron. part of
lots 5 and 6. 3, 5. 17. lw. 300.
Dimock Gould & Co to Samuel Nor
man, indefinite tract in Moliue. $380 41.
Lots for sl
la Huber & Peeiz' addition t the cttv of
Kock Island, being the late Bailey Dav
enport's homestead, nicely and centrally
located, within five blocks of the post
office. Title perfect. Terms liberal.
For particulars apply to the undersigned
at the People's National bank or on the
premises. John Pebtz.
The only corrplexion powder in the
world that is without vulgarity, without
injury to the user and without doubt a
purifier, is Pozzoni's.
STATU OY ILLINOIS, I
Kock Island County, ('
In the Kock Island County Circuit Court of the
September term, A D., 1J1 In Chancery.
KliHibetn Ferkler, the complainant vs. John
l'ci-tz, ad.i.in'strator rum tettavttnto annuo of
Bailey liavenpor deceased, Tathsrine V&yva
porL, ElienerC. Davenport, Joseph L. Daven
doru Naomi L. Davenport, Henry C. Davenport,
Thoaias J. Kobinson, t'redeiick Wevei hauler,
ard William C Hu;nam, the defendants. Gen
eral No. 5ih5 Bill forepecific performance.
Affidavit of the non-refidence of Catharine
Pnvenport, Kbenzer C. Davenport, Joseph L.
Davenp.rl. Naomi L. Daienport. Henry c. Daven
port, and William C. Pn nam, defendants above
named, havirg been filed in the office of the clerk
of said circuit court of Hock Island county, notice
i hereby siven t the taid defemHnt and each
and eryof them, that the aid complainant Las
tiled her mil of corusiaint in sid court, on the
chancery side thereof, and that a summons ha
been is-ned 01H of said court against said non
resident defendants, returnable on the first Mon
day ot September next. as Is by law required.
Now. unless y..n the yaid non-residei.t defend
ants, sha 1 personally be and appear before said
circuit court of Kock Island count v, on the first
cay ..f die next ;eim thereof, 10 be uoiden in the
cdirt house, in the city of Kock Island, the sa:d
county, on ta.- first Monday of September, A. D.,
D-'-il, and plf .-id. answer or demur to the ta:d com
plainant's hill of complaint, the a.-ime, and the
mailers .-aid th'i:2 therein charned and stated,
vi:i bt taken a- confessed, and a decree entered
awiicst yon. ,'cco dim: to ti e 1 river ot said bill.
Dated this 3d dav of July. A D. -'l.
lEo. W. GA.iJiiLii.
Clerk of said Court. .
J. T. Kinwortut ai.d Wj. McEs.rv. solr's
STATE OF ILLINOIS, I
Kock Island Cot sty. 1
Circuit court or Reck l-'.and county, to the Sep
tember term. A. D 1W1 In craneery.
Henry U. AeeeU vs. James Kane. Mat-aret Kane
and tut- Home Insurance com, any.
Arti iiivit ot 1 Ue iKn-r.-idence of me Home '-Insurance
coinj-auy defendant aliove named, having
been aled in tne effice ot the clerk ot suid circuu
court of Kock island countv, nonce is hereby
iriwnto t..c Mi:.l il.--.iie I,.E-i..-nce con.p-i.y ll.at
ihe cor.ipla'nau' hereto'ore filed his bill (.f c.mi
1 laini in said couit, on the chancery side thereof,
aiel ibat a summons thereupon issued out of said
conn, aaiust said defendants, returnable at ihe
court house in the city of Kock Island in said
couii.y, ou the first JKona&y of frenteiuber next.
1-!H, as is by law required
Now. urless ycu. the said Home I.--ur:irce com
pauy. fhui: personally lit ami apjei.r before said
circuit court of itock IslaLd county, on the first
day of a term thereof, to be holden at the city of
lio k Inland in baul c umy. on the first Monday of
September. isi:. and ph-a-1, answer, or at mur to
lue said complainant's bill 01 complaint, the same,
and the millers and ihinys tlieiein caared and
s'ated will be tuken fls confessed, ard : decree en
tered agaicst you accordant to the praver of said
Kock Island, If,.. .Tti'.yii. A, D ISO:.
tiEU W. l,A)IBL?( Clerk.
t'LlVCR Olses. Coinpl'i's sol r
h a is ce r y Notice.
STATE OF ILLINOIS, I
Rock 1?-lakj Coitntt. f p'
In the Circuit Court.
Joanna I.. Eicktr vs. Cuurles F. Beciicr. In
AIM .Uvii or uon-reMdenre of the above namt'd
d-fendat, iiav u-' beL f..el In the cUrk office of
Th cirfQit court of eaid connty, notice is there
f ure hen hy given to the fa.d non-resident defen
dant that tLe couiulamaut fileu ber billot complaint
in paid court on the ( Laiuery tuie thereof on lbe
Tweiiiy eiabtU dav of July, and that there
upon a summow ie'itd out of aid courr, whert-in
tuid nuit now petidir.E. returnable on the first
Monday in the month of S-ejueoiber next, as ic by
"ow uiiltH yon. the PHirl non-resident defendant
above-named. Charlie F. Be- ker tUn perponil
ly he and aope r b -f.'re aid circuit court, i n the
f.rst day of the next term tbert-of, t bf iiokitn at
KKk I-lanu in rut ! for ihe waid county. on tiie llrst
Srionriay in September next, ax d plead answer or
demur to tLe iaiu complainants bill of complaint,
the name hiia i h - matters and tbi:ii: therein
charged aud etnted will be taken as confessed and
a decree entered against von according to the
praver of the said bill.
itock Island, 1L. Jnlvas, im.
UEoRGK W. GAMBLE, Ckrk.
Adaie Fleasant. Compt'B. Sol
STATE OF ILLIN'US, I
Rocs Island Coi'ntt. f a'
In th einuit ctmtt at the S'eptemder term, A.
t -., is'.il. in Chine, rj.Bi.l for specific per
formance. Ma i-on K. Wright vs. Naomi L. ravenport. Cath
erine Davenport. Henry V. Davenport, kbenzer
Ilavenprt JtseLh L. Davecuorr, Thomas J.
Kobinsou, Fiederick Weyerhauser, and John
To the above named defendants Naomi L. Dav
enport. Catherine Davenport. Henry C. Daven
port, Ebcuzer C Davenport and Joseph L. Dav.
Affidavit of yonr non-residence having been
filed in the cflicc of the clerk of said court, notice
is hereby given to you that the above named com
plainant has this day filed In said court bis bill of
compaint astainst yon on the chancery side of
said court aud that a summons in chaucery has
been issued against you, returnable to the next
term of said circu t court to be begun and holden
at Ihe court house in the C'ty of Kock Island, in
saia county on the first Mot. day of September, A.
I.. at which time and place you will appear
and plead, answer or demur to s tid bill of com
ila:n If von see fit.
Kock Island, HI.. Julv it. A D.. l9l.
UEO&GS W. GAMBLE.
Clerk of sa d Court.
Sweeney & Walter. Sol's forComplt
ADMINISTRATBIX's BALB OF
By virtue or an order and decre of the county
court of Kook Island connty, Illinois, made on the
petition of the undersurned. Catherine E. Karrell
admiuistratix of the eaiate of Wm t'arrell de
cersed. for leave to sell real es'ate of said de
ceased, at the Ju'y term. A. D. lsi. of gaid court,
to-wit: on iheiitet day of July. I shall on
the tllet day of August uen. 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
sale, including widow's dower and homestead, at
the north door of the court house, in the city of
Kock Isakd, connly of Kock Island, state of Illi
nois, the real estate described as follows, to-wit:
Low eleven (11) and twelve (li). In the northwest
i, of the southwest , of section three 8), town
snip seventeen (It) north nme two (4i. west of
the fourth (4) principal moridian according to as
sessor's pl&i on file far 13:0, situated in the county
of Rock island, state of Illinois.
Dated thisiind day of July. 1891.
CATHERINE E. FARRELL.
Administratrix of the estiteoIWm.Firrell.de-ceased.
-HAB DSCIDED TO SELL OUT HIS-
On that Account Our whole Stock of
MM Hats anfl
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Has to be Disposed of
AT ANY PRICE.
Worth of Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing
To be Bought for
$30, OOO !
115 and 117 West Second Street, DAVENPORT, IA.
--OF ALL CLASSES 0F--
- ' - - .70 Former Price 1.00
Ladies' Oxford -
Ladies' Pat. Tipped Oxfords - 1.25
Ladies' Welt Oxfords - - 1.90
(Tipped and Plain Toe)
Ladies' Hand Turned Oxfords - 2.00
(Both in Common Sense and Oxfords)
Ladies' 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
' Imrvrr lntliaiit raninArenrT to the fttuu. Rv
I morn aJl riRtttiefl. Cre-KW tuui discoloration Fur
I sal bj ttii iltt-ci;t dnifnri ts or muUi fur SO ct.
in svuunpa oy
sptrnnT nr -hem In tsllrosd service,
SCHOOL Ui Bend for elrcsUsrs.
1 r I r Q D 1 DUV VALENTINE BROS.,
J. T. DIXOJST,
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue