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THE AliGtUB. SATUKDAY. AUGUST 8, 1891
learancc Sale !
Lrious to Inventory J uly 15. 1
.-.rains in Every Line.
:iures and Frames
vtiti-a'i! wok. Price?
! r. ,T th.10 UStlitl.
..-r tret clml.'e.
H. CRAMPTOX & CO.
AT KLM S IT. SET GBDEN'e,
IVRSDAY. JULY 30, 1891,
-A- ; I ni. i?iv(in by
fof. Otto's Military Band,
2 PISCES 20
. CrM r .-J uard'-D.
r'vr lcie-trte;! tea wel!
I i - ' of England.
- ': . i: t ''):iiT-si.T of N. Y.
i i: ;;..-.t .? fi'itlilo, N. Y.
Te-siiL Iii- t'o., Kocii0!cer, N. Y.
lr- w... P.tt-argh, P.
: . i'.' 'a..frr.'a.
lus ".. ri -V. ii r?A r.
-v- V. r:-v.. i- li .:.., M-.waabee.WiP
f-iL K.-Kir.-. rj..of Pttoria. 111.
t c Cc. ISth ri;., an J Second Ave.
ROCK INLAND. ILL.
I M. BUFORD,
" T-nf-'.hn Compact.
': J." ' tir,-'arv can
.- iiiSXT p jr.
,"'T''"' a"'1 lus'iruuce company V:.
r.i'i comiuny N. Y.
J J'1- '"-i-v It;-; :r;iarL. rnnipar.7. . .N. Y
' ' i 1-,-uraiice compat.T'....N. t!
f ' "'"7 N. Y.
frNV JLT12 Second Avenue.
rk iu a thorough manner.
'V.1."1 T t,;1i,ifl''" tlw atr and remow.
.... F.r aiv at KrnU Kuehler'a
S" Cents Per Bottle.
T V0N KECKRITZ.PaanMei
;B OF EVERY KIND
n or... i. t" wu;rwie.
iv Al)l1 - - kuu iniur
1 Hm St.. BalUmore.'Md.
A t.rpat Kxbibitioa ol kqume Mprrd
at t'r.rpnct The Famous Mtallinn'a
Jlile in 4 11 1 4.
The Frteport Bulletin thus describes
tiie feat of tbe famous s ullion. Xelson in
reducinsbis niile record to 2 11 J :
No Uurtli f.rTjlor's diivii.jj prk
and Freeporu I ne migaty iSelson yes
terday lowered the track record one sec
ond, and hHn. to the writer's best recollec
tion. nide the fastest niiie ever trotted in
tbe state. He covered tbe mile io 2. 11. J
witbin half a second of the stallion tk
c rd, whi(h be holds, and equalling the b s
time made in the United States this jear.
Tbis was at Detroit we.k before la6t and
tbe same horse accomp itbd the ?eit.
Nelson was driven by b s jwnerC. H Nel.
son. of Watervilie, Me. Aranninecom
panion harnessed to a su'ky, to force tbe
pice, appeared at the same time. While
the hor9e was warming up, betting on the
great event proceeded. The pool-seller
announced that the basis for ba's would
b2 2:12! that is. that I Ue br.Me should
equal or better that figure. The horse
and time sold at $10 eac h, but bets on
time wire made with the greater avidity.
Mr. McElroy, the s'ar.cr. wanted to
announce that the botse would be
driven to beat the track record of 2:12,
but Mr. Xelson Mrenuotsly objected to
this and wanted 2:14 announced insiead.
which, atter considerable argument, was
finally done. I: was just 2.) minuses past
4 when tbe driver nouded for the w it i
and the ereat horse comn.enced his race
Eainst Father Time. Hi showed what
is meant by the phrase "poetry of mo
tion" as be spvd alons; with free, open,
powerful s'ri.ies Ue covered the fir.u
quarter in 33 . Then he quickened bis
pace and traveled the back stretch in
31! The third quarter was the fastest
of i be mile and was made in 31 a 2.U4
gait. Then he slackened up. His speed
was again increased just 1 efore the wire
and his driver made a grand stand finish
usioi tbe whip, shoutiug and sawing tbe
lines The bor?e passed under the wire
amidst loud acclaims, whii h were increas
ed when the lime, 2:11, was hung out
Tbe fourth quarter was tn ited in 34 the
tlowest of any. The tttire mile w.is
trotted without a skip. Immediately
horse and driver were eurrouudtd by an
enthusiastic crowd, the horse whs taken
from the sulky and a beautiful a iral
wreath, with the word 'Nelson'' inscribed
thereon, was placed around his seek. The
mitral did not appear to r .liah this lust
attention and rrsis'ed it for quite b
wt ile. as then k-d bai k to bis stable,
af'er bavins earned his owr f 3 U ia
list 2:11. The official tim
ii as follows: S3, 1 :05. 1:301.
2:11 1; by quarters. 33, 31;. 3l", 34;.
Jay Ee-Sefc'a great m:!e of Z:12,
which he trotted here on An. 23, ISsT.
is well remembered. It wss the fastest in
the United Slates that seaton. For pur
poses of comparison his f m.e is appended:
341. 1-.071. 1:39. 2:12A; by quarters. 34.
33A, 3H. 33i- It win be n jticed that thy
third quarter of each is the fastest; also
that although Xelson beat Jay-Ete See
one second for the entire mile yet tiie lat
ter truvtied the home stretch otic k-jdi
aud u Li.t tatter. The act oa ol the to
horses is entirely different. Jiy-Eye Sfe
is underoiz-d und has a pit-a-pat style of
Sjoicjj. He would be descibed by the
ladies as cute. Xelson, on the contrary,
COVeis the grouid with a louii, free,
.owei'ul slriJe, aud h!s whole ip,n!ui
aace ia motion is erand anl masculine.
Xelson is a bay horae and was foaled in
12. making tis a:e nine years. His
breeding cannot bt exactly alied fashion
able. He ia by Young Hol e; dam Gret
chen bv Gideon. Ycung R lfe is by Tom
Kolfe, he I y fugh s ArtU by Ara'us.
Xelson's service fee is 75u and he was
limited io 40 mares this season, and
his owter sats he had to turn 4')0 away.
Twj Hirvest Ezcuraiont.
Tbe Bur'ingtin route, C, B. fe Q. It
R., will sell from principal stations on
its lines, nn Tuesdays. Auuui t 23 and Sep
tember 20, harvest excursion tickets at
low rates to principal cities and points
in tbe farming regions of thj west, south
west and northwest. For tickets and
further information concern ng these ex
cursions, call on your nearest C , B &
Q. ticket agent, or address I'. S. Eustis,
Gen'l Pass, and Ticket Agent, Chicago,
Lots for Sal
Ia Huber & Peetz' addition t the city of
Rock Island, being the late Bailey Dav
enport's homestead, nicely aid centrally
located, within five blocks of the post
office. Title perfect. Terms libera!.
For particulars apply to the undersigned
at the People's Xational bat.k or on tbe
premises. John Peetz.
ar forty millions of
mostly fools," said
Cariyle. We are sixty-three
millions mostly cranks. "A
sound mind iu a sou id body,"
said the old Greek philosophers.
How canyou have a sound mind
unless you have a sound body?
How many people ara soured,
gloomy, fiett'ul and waspish be
cause of some physical ailment.
A settled cold on the kidneys is
a fruitful source of ill-feeling
Rheumatism is only utic acid
in the blood. Gout is the same
enemy in still larger quantity.
Take Reid's German Cough and
Kidney Cure and by increasing
the activity of the kidneys drive
off tbis poison. There is noth
ing like it for it is not a drastic
remedy, but mild p'easant,
harmless, without joison or
opiate, soothing, healing, stim
ulating and healthful. Try it)
There ia nothing in it that
harms the weakest iifant. It
will do you good. It contains
f or sale by all druggists,
25 and DO cents a bottle.
Sylvan Remedy Company,
107 Main St. Peoria, HL
For Sale, Rent, Exchange and Miscel
laneous wants inserted one day at 1c
per word; three days at Ha per word
ani one week at He per word.
"Situations wanted"' and local "Help"
wants not exceeding three lines in
serted one week in the DAILY ARGUS
FOH RENT Room mltable for man and wifp,
wt.nout hoiru, plearc-utly situated. Address
!v tnie office. 8-lw
ANTED A cool eirl: annlv A MnaoTi
felder a resid.nce. No 808 Twentieth street,
ANTB J Nuie rrl t M'K Knri Bvun,,
apply taert at ouce. S-J-lw
'W7A"J,ED Twosood cylinder press feeder at
. . . iuwiiiuq, moiine, ai once. 4-1
WANT'D-Permanent ofllre awtstant; a'
arySTTiii; railway fare paid: enclose ce f
a-ldree-ed et-.mped envelope. Manager, Uox !i-2,
TVTONKY TO LOAN-On
J.VJ. watches, diamond, jewelry, and a'.larticles
or value. J. . Jones, ttiH Second avenue. -tf
WANTED An at-ent or ranvaKfer in hooke ;
, ldy piefened: fr.ii to S.kl per mouth Ad
dresser call on '.. -iiiij Eicliih avenue. . 3t
TTT A NTEK A few (rood sul-men to take order
for a f nil 1 ne r fruit ana ornaainiial trees,
small fruits. r.)-es, snrubs e-c. No experienc:
in ccssiir.v. Reference r. qu.n-d OOUD PAV.
AdnressU.P. 1'Kb.EMAN 4 CO., Uochsstei:
-N'- july 15
WANTED SALESMEN AND AGENTS If
w i a-e an exper.et oert ranvasser. Ptav where
yon a-e and write at on-e for tiie unency of my
Pauul e!f Heating fivd Iron. Kit per cited mi a
are n;ak!:ig 5 (O a weak: new I.einners mtke
c'ioc u a e: o i tn-r liousi lio d ante e
eqiuls it as a seller. Herd for psrt'i oNri-. sam
p'e. ,v :., to II. S. Ic .sh, Bui 279, tunc unat , .
STATE OF ILLINOI.-I,
It ck Island i'oi ktv. f '
Circuit court or Roci Island comity, to the Sep
tember term. A. D lsi;. In coaniery.
Henry O. Auireil vs. Jamns Kane. Slargraret Kane
and the Hume Insurance cjmajiy.
Atlilavil of t lie non-residence of 'me Home 'Tn
surauce company defeudan a"oe namert, haviu"
been til"d in tne olrice oftheclerk of said cinu:t
cou.t cl Hock Island county, notice is hereby
piven to the said Home Insurance compiny that
the comji a nan: heretofore filed his bill of com
I laint ill euid court, ou the chancery side thereof,
and that a summons iherrnjum issued out of said
cunrr, ainnst said ilefendants. returnable at the
court hi. me in the city of Rock Inland in said
conn y. i.j thi- tirst Monday of tepiemher next,
1-IM, as is by law required.
Now. iiLless you. the said Home Irsnranceccm
papy. shall jiersonaily he and iippeur before said
circuit conn of Rock Islntd roiintv, on the first
day of a term thereof, to ,e hoiden at the cirv of
lioi k I-lant! m said county, on lh- rl st M.mriav of
Sepieu.ber, ls'.li, and plean. at.swer, ord- mur to
the s4ia complainant's lull of complaint, the same,
and the mailer., and thiiiL's tue'uin cuarn d and
stilled will be taken as confessed, ard a tiecr. e t-n-tered
ajrainst you accoruiui; to the piuer of said
U. 1 1 .
Rock Island, Ii!.. July 55. A. D
UEU W . (iAMULrT. Clerk.
Omveb Mi.sfn, ComplVs Sol r.
STATE OF ILLINOIS.
Rock lLAMn nrxTT.
Ir the l.'ireniT l'nnrr
Joinna i.. Iiecktr v. Cuar.es f. Ilccker Iu
AfS ii-vit of r.on-re-iiience of the above r. arced
letendai.t. hav.u Deer. li:eu in tiie clerk's office of
ti-r rrcn .r eiii-r nf ...irf . ..i-j ., ... ....... i
fore hereby 'iventolhc sKiil n'on-re-i.tenl defen
dant mat tne complainant tiiec Ler hil of complaint
in uiii! eniirr iti-. :1... (.iii.,'..r,. ui.l.. .... .....
Trer.ty-eiL'hth ilav of July, lBi'l. unci that Ihere-
njii.ti a suiimion-tss'iki out of -aid court, wherein
said suit is now penditii:. returnable on the tirst
.k:iihii iu me uiiiii.il oi ci temoer next, as is by
"N'.TVV lirj.... CUM t!,.wi, i.l nr.r-..;.': ., .1. t, A.. ...
alKve-named. Charles F. Becker shall personal
ly be and ui'p.vr before said circuit court, n the
first day of the ties' t?rm thereof, to lie hoiden at
Rock lsi uiti in an 1 fur the said county. on the first
ftlonriitv 1:1 Selitetntii r I -ri mi.H i.l ) .ituu.-..p
(lemur to l:;e sain compUinaut's bili of (:omptaiur.
me same anu iu- inaTTers ana tl'.riirs llierein
chari;cd and rtat-d v i;l be taken as coi fes-ed 111 (i
aeci-ee etiterec lljailtst vou uncord 1 Li: to the
prayer of tue -avi toil.
l.Ock Island. 1 I...I11 IK t'll
is;u.';G W. lia.VBLE, Cl. rk.
Adaib f i.eaSants. Cooip'.'s. Sol
STATh, OF ILLINOIS, I
KOOE INLAND LODiTI. t
In ;h i-1 n:u it court ut the SoptemtltT trrra, A.
P., l-flU. In Ch txt tj . Bi.I for cpecillc i-r-fi.rmtture.
Ma 1-0D K. Wright vs. Nuooii L, Euvenport. f'arh
ennt Dnvemiort, Ht-iiry l'. ravt'iiport. theiizer
;. Davenport Jtteiti L. D:iv,DUt-rt, Thna.a J.
Robinson, FreiltTick Weyvrbautfer, aud Juhu
To the abeve named defendantt Naomi L Dav
fiHKin. l-ttftier'Jie Iaveui.rt. II-iiry C Davn
porr, firjenzr C. Davriiport acd Jonopa L. Dav
jiort. Affidavit o' ynr non-residence having been
fi ed in the rracc of the clf-rK of caid court, norice
is herrbv tivn to you tbat ttie adore nAmttd com
plainant hatt tins d.-iy filvd in said court hit bill of
comp aint asainnt yoa ou the chanrtry side of
utd court and tiiat a gumrrous ia chancery has
been .Polled airaiust you. leturnable to the cext
term if said cirt u t court to be besun aLd bolden
at Mi? court lu tine in tue c ty of Kock ls1and, in
ai I county on the first Mottday uf Sepietnber, A.
Ii.. lnil. at which time and place vou wdi appear
and plead, answer or demur to ud bill of com
il i n. if you v fit tw
Kock Island, July 2 ). A D-.lU.
GLOItGE W. GAMBLE.
ierk of & d Court.
Sweenet & Walker, Sol'e forConiplt
ADMINISTRATBIX'3 ISaLK OF
iiuAL L TaTE .
By virtue of an order and derrwe of the county
court of hook Iflai'd county. Illiuoin, made os the
peiitioo of the undersigned. Cu-heriue K. FarreJ
admini-tratii of the estate of Wm t'arrell de
cerHed, for leave to tel! real es ate of caid de
ceased, at the July term. A. D. 191. of paid court,
to-wit: Ouibctftel day of July, 1S91, I thall ou
the itt day of Amrnet next, between the hours of
ten oVluck in the torenooti and tive o'clock in the
afternoon of said day. well for each down, at public
tale, including widow's dower and horuefttad. at
the north door of the court houne, in the city of
Hock InaUd, cumty of Kock Isiand. 8tate of Illi
nois, the resl entate described as follow, lo-wit:
Lots eleven (11) and twelve (12), in the northwest
14, of the southwest of section three (3). town
wnip seventeen (I?) north raue two (2). west of
tbe fourth A) piincipal moridian according to as
sessor's plat on tile for lS.c, situated in the county
of Rock island, stu'e of Illinois.
Dated thic2iind day or Julv. 1R9.
CATHEHINE E. FARRELL.
AdminiBtratrixof toe estite ol Wm. Farrel'. de-C(4sed.
BE A RflA
APOLLO WAS A PERFECT MAN.
PERFECT III FORM I MATCHLESS III WARI
MaUUUitl mite ia newi.f t..r s'jatwart ru-o int
LvtTT KAV can be 8TP.0NO
aad VI&rKOUb in alt riotcU.
YCUMQ IMH CR CL3,
ftCering from KEBVoUB DE
BILITY, Loit or FAllmg Men-
hood. Physic tl Exctiiei. M&'1
Worrv. Btantrd CTIc-pn:ent, or
any PERSONAL WEAK1TE38 c b
raitorsd to PEBFECT HEALTH nd
th H0BLE VITALITY of 8TE0K8
KEH, tho Prida and Power of KaUoa.
We claim br years of nracliee bv
our sxlmive methods a uniform
MOWOPOLT of BuccESo in treat
ing all niaa.saa VH.u..Mani1
Afflictions of Men. Testimonials
11 n 1 1
from so Htates and Terntoriea.
AIIB tltUf Bfinif mi free. Bealed.poat
UUK nfcW DUdrV paid, for a limited time, est
It whit, yoa eaa. Fall Explaaatloas far BOHI TBAT
MLRT. Taa caa ba FDUT BESTOEED as Thoasaaas
aalWaaaaayas. EMdaartestlaioalals. Adaraaa at aaoa
ERIE MEDICAL CO. BUFFALO. M.T
H4.3 DECIDED TO SELL OUT HI3
On that Account Our whole Stock of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Has to be Disposed of
AT ANY PRICE.
Worth of Mea's, Boys' and Children's Clothing
To be Bought for
115 arui 117 West Second Street, DAVENPORT IA.
-OF ALL ClASSES 0F--
$ .70 Former Price 1.00
Ladies' Oxfords -
Ladies' Pat. Tipped Oxfords
Ladies' Welt Oxfortls
(Tipped and Plain Toe)
Ladies' Hand Turned Oxfords
(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,
OARSE & CO.,
1622 Second Avenue
Imi-ttru W niiaut rrsanafvin v to tbe skin, fto
' mov till inr.intf ffrKl and tiiwoiirntions. For
t sale bj Hd lirft-elaKadniirvits orwaiied tor 69 cts.
Teaches its atadenta .
trade and then starts
hem In railroad aerrice.
Bend (or circular.
J. T. DIXOJST,
And Dealer in Mens' Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue