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THE AJttGOB. TPEBPAY. AUGUST 18. 1891
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AUG-., 20, 1891,
A 11 m. :ven by
Otto's Military Band,
2u riECES 20
iim( other line-tried ana well
iajurauce Compnie tie following:
pi-.ricccCumjiany, of England,
r r:rr Ins. f 'omnny of N . Y.
I'r-rar. Ins. (ki., Buffalo. N. T.
f ;. J?"" Co- Roeneater, H. T.
L',, Co-i of P'twbargn, Pa.
f; Co . of California.
R'-Ch-iriiPai Ins if nr..
fire iu. of Pw)rlai ln
Cm. 13th St., and Second Ato.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
' P'" f '!i'-tr1e Companlee
,'".,nr"i"-hl,f'"-any cu tbii
ety on Bonds.
f 'N'I-KS SUPERCEDED. J
..." ',' ,r" '" bondi" in pipi.
; "" S-ire to avoid akintr
,i' lr:",;,"",1,-'r "hlisation. a.
- m,y ""ire bonds and
t,. '';V. "J ,n "'''"r rt,ild apply
'V CO .'.f n','.w!"v AMERICAN
. . ? u'" Capital
. . 1 "!'. K,;k Island. 111.
..t..rw "rk, mjn' 7 "t Wrntn
-JijnOM. Buffalo. Wyo.
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i or otto kDd' vr-.. n
.. Daunport, and of all
CbaractarUtica of the Catrnlvoroaa An
imal Known na King or BnaU.
The African lion, hich is the largest
and most majestic loakiug of all the flesh
eating animals, is well known to every one
who has the privilege of visiting any
sooiogical garden, or even a traveling
menagerie, so many of these noble looking
animals having been brought to this coun
try, where some of them have lived for
many years, apparently suffering little
from their c teconfin menu The lion is
easily tamed, at lease when taken young,
and if abundantly ruj lied wfth food it is
good natured and docile, and can be taught
to perform many clever feats to the great
admiration of on lookers.
This docility of the lion must have been
known to the ancient, for we read that
these animals were made to contribute to
the barbarous sports of the Romans, many
of them being imiorted into Home for the
supply of the amphitheater.
A I.IOX MOTT.V1SG OVKIt HIS DEAD MATE.
The parental instinct t-eeuis to lie strong
lioth in the lion and his mate, ns they both
watch over a'ld attend tr. their cubs, which
are always hidden in son e secluded retreat
and remain in company of the nnrents for
a longer time than is usual with the other
A pair of these anima s always remain
constant to each other curing the whole
period of their joint lives, and their attach
ment to one anot her is vi ry great. If any
accident hapjiens to eitlier of them the
survivor seems for a t me inconsolable.
In this respect, it is said, that the lion ex
hibits the greatest melmcholy and the
lioness the greatest furv. In our cut is
shown a lion mourning over his dead mate.
An Intelligent Dog.
A Newfoundland dog owned by a New
Orleans Jady gave an entertaining illustra
tion of the fact, that he comprehends what
is said to him. One day a lady called on
his mistress, and during her visit I.ion
came in rather shyly, lay lown on the par
lor carpet and went to sle-p. The conver
sation ran on, and the visitor Anally said,
"What a handsome Newfoundland you
have." Lion opened one eye. "Yes," said
the mistress, "he is a very good dog, and
takes excellent care of the children." Lion
opened the other eye acd waved his tail
complacently to and fro on the carpet.
"When the baby goes ot t he always goes
with her, aud I feel sure that no harm cau
come to her," his mistress continued.
Lion's tail thumped up a ad down violent
ly on the carpet. "And be is so gentla to
them all and such a pli.ymate and com
panion to tbem that we would not take
f 1,0(10 for him." Lion's tail now went up
and down, to and fro and round and round
with great aud undisguised glee, "But,"
said the mistress, "Lion has one serious
fault." Total subsidence of Lion's tail, to
gether with the appearand of an expres
sion of great concern oil his face. "He
will come in here with his dirty feet and
Jie down on the carpet, vhen I have told
him time and again that he mustn't do it."
At this point Lion would doubtless have
remonstrated if he could; but, being
speechless, he arose with an air 01 the ut
most dejection and humiliation, aud slunk
out of the room, with his l.itely exuberant
tail totally crestfallen.
An Authors' Pot Ponrri.
"Authors' pot pourri" is a game which
is becoming more and more popular. A
large number of leaves are to be made of
tissue paper of the pale green shades or, if
preferred, of a perfect rain bow of colors.
After Iteing carefully shaped like a leaf,
they are folded down the center and crin
kled over a knitting needle; one side is then
folded over, and a small card shaped paper,
with a desirable quotation written on it, is
gummed to the end. Very light weight
paper is best for the latter purpose.
When the company is ready for serving,
the dish holding the leaves is passed and
each guest selects one, and upon reading
the quotation gives the name of the author.
If he does this correctly tLe leaf is his. If
he fails the leaf is returned, and at the next
passing of the dish another is selected.
Some will soon collect a laige bouquet of
leaves, and to the one havi:ig the largest
n-amber a pretty prize is given.
I'pon the morn of every ( ay
Io I bo out of doors t o jih y;
And Uien does big, liroad shouldered Jim
ily burro brine, and saddle him.
READY FOU THE RIDE.
My burro's ears are slim and tall:
He live within the nicest 11.
And lots mo ride him tip at d down
The road that leads into the town.
His legs are short, his tail is long. '
And yet I'm sure he's very strong:
He has the queerest kind of way
Of saying what he wants to say.
That was my burro's voice. He brayed;
I'll hold your band If yon'r. afraid.
Little Men lid Women.
A Htw Ttn Tram.
The Chicago. Rock Island 4 Pacific
railway will, on Aneust 16, 1891, put on
anotner daily train between Chicago and
Denver thai will run via their Dew line,
U8t opened, through Omaha and Lincoln,
the capital of Nebraska.
Thin train will be composed of new cart
throughout palace sleepers, chair cara
and dining cars, and new modern pattern
day coaches, and will be a vestibuled
It will leave Chicago daily at 8 :35 Bight,
arrive at Denver 7 second morning.
Leave Denver 8 night, arrive Chicago
7:45 second morning.
E 8t. Jobs, Jno. Sebastian,
Oenl Manager. Gen'l Tkt & Pass AgU
Cedar Kapidt Raees.
For the above meeting the Builingtoo,
Cedar Rapids & Northern railway will
sell excursion tickets to Cedar Rapids at
a rate of one and one-third faro for the
ronnd trip; from points on their line with
in 1(H) miles of Cedar Rpids. Tickets
on sale August 10th to 14 inclusive; good
returning until August 15ih
Any further information regarding
these rates can be obtained by applying
to agrnts of this company, or the under
signed, J. E. Hasxeoan.
Gen. Ticket and Pass. Agent.
The soft glow of the tea roe is ac
quired by Indies who use Pozzoni's Com
statu ok Illinois, i
Hock Island :oi'mtt. f
In the Ifock Island County Circuit Court of the
Sept til) r u-im. A TV, lttul In ( huueery.
Elizabeth Fi-rkler. ibe complainant vs. John
IVeis, H'lrr ln'ptrator rum trtlainmto annuo ot
Huilty avenpor deceased, athrine Uaven
iwrt, Kbcn;.er O. Davenport, Joseph L. Davcn
ctori, Naomi L. Pavi nport, Henry C. Davenport,
Thomas J. Rc. Unison, r'redenctc Weveihanscr,
a d William C. i'utn:im, the defendants. (ien
erl No. 32t5. Bill for specific performance.
Affidavit of the non-residence of Cutturlne
Tavenport, Bbonzer C. Davenport. Joseph L.
Daveup-n. Naomi L. Davenport. Henry t:. Daven
port, and William C. Puuiam. defendant's above
nam- d, havirg been filed in the office of the clerk
nf raid circuit ennrt of Hock Island county, notice
is hereby given to the mid defendant and ech
and ev. ry of them, that the said complainant ha
filed her bill of complaint in aaid court, on the
chaucery side thereof, and that a summons ha
been is-ned out of aid conn .tirainst said non
resident defendants, returnable iu the first Mon
day of Septemlier next, as is by law required.
Now. unless you the said non-residei.t defend
ante, sha 1 personally be and appear before said
circuit court of Kock Island county, on the lirst
day of the next term thereof, io be holden in the
ccurt house, in thecityof Hock 'sland, the said
county, ou the first Monday of September, A. D.,
Ib'-'l, and plead, answer or demur lo ttie said com
plainant's bill of complaint, the same, and tfie
maiters aud things therein chanted and stated,
will be taken as confessed, and a decree entered
against you. sceo-dinc to tl.e prayer of said bill.
Dated this 3d day of July, A !.. ISS'l.
UBO. W. WAM BI.E.
t:ierk of said Court.
J. T. Kfnwokthy ard V. McKk.by. Solr's
STATE OF ILLINOIS, I
Rock Island Cocktt. f
In the circuit couit at the Peptemder term, A.
P., 1891. lu Ch,ucry. Bi.l lor peci!ic per
formance. Sfa ison K. Wright vs. Naomi L, ravenporr, Cath
erine Davenport. Henry C. Davenport, abtiizer
i:. Dueiip rt Joseph L. Davenport, Thomas J.
Robinson, Frederick Weyerhauser, and Johu
To the aSove named defendautf Naomi L. Dav
enport, Oath, riue Davenioit, Henry C Daven
IMrt, teuzer C.Davenport and JoM-ph L. Dav
port. Affidavit of your non-residence having been
filed in the office of the clerk of said court, notice
is hereby nlven to you that the aliove named com
plainant baa this day filed in said couit bis bill of
comp'sint acainst yoa on the chancery side of
said court aud that a summons in chancery has
been issued aeainst you, returnable to the next
term of said circu t court to be betrun and bolden
at the conrt house in the c-ty of Hock Island, in
sail county on the first Monday of September, A.
I)., lsstl, at which tiioe and place vou w:ll appear
and plead, answer or demur to s .id bill of com
Ila n . if vou see lit.
Rock Island, Ml.. July 2). A D . ISfll.
GKOIiGK W. GAMBLE.
Clerk of sa'd Court.
Sweenct & Walker, Sol's for Compli
ADMINISTRATBIX'S SALE OF
By virtue of an order and decree of the county
conn of Rook Island county, Illinois, made n- the
petition of the undersigned. Catherine K. Farrell
adminlstratix of the estate of Win Farrell de
cersed, for leave to sell real estate of raid de
ceased, at the July term. A. D. 1891. of said court,
to-wit: On ihedist day of July, 1891. I shall on
the -1st day of Aumisl next, between the hours of
ten o'clock in the f ore noon and five o'clock in tbe
afternoon of said day.sel! for cash down, at public
sale, including widow's dower and homestead, at
the north door of the court house, in the city of
Rock Isal' d, county of Hock Island, slate of Illi
nois, the real estate described as follows, to-wit:
Lots eleven (11) and twelve (1, In tbe northwest
!, of the southwest of section three (3), town
ship seventeen (P) north range two (8). west of
the fourth (4) piincipal moridian according to as
sessor's plai on file for 18 0. situated in the county
of Rock island, stae of Illinois.
Dated this 22nd day of July. 1801.
CATHIE KINK K. FARRELL.
Administratrix of the eststeofWm.FarreU.de-ceased.
Estate of Rosalie Hartnacel, Deceased.
The undersigned having been appointed admin
istrator of the estate of Rosalie Hartoagel,
late of tbe county of Rock Island, state
of Illinois deceased, hereby give notice that he
will appear before the county court of Iiock
Isiai d county, at the office of the clerk of said
court, in the city of Rock Island, at the Octo
ber term, on the '8 rat Monday in October next,
atwhicn time all persons having claims against
raid estate are notified and requested to attend,
for I he purpose of having the same adjusted. All
persons indebted to said estate are requested lo
make immediate payment to tbe undersigned.
Dated this 13lh day of Aut ust, A. D., 18W.
J. R, JOHNSTON, Administrator.
R. Crampton & Co.,
Clearance Sale !
Previous to Inventory July 15.
Bargains in Every Line.
Pictures and Frames
Hive our special attention this woak. Prices
to SO per cent lower than usual.
Call early and secure first choice.
B. CRAMPTON & CO.
IA.8 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 Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing
To be Bought for
115 and 117 West Second Street, DAVENPORT, IA.
That two thirds of Your Time
Is Spent In Your Shoes?
Why not wear Comfortable Shoes?
Why not wear Good Fitting Shoes?
Why not wear the Best Make of Shoes?
Why not wear Serviceable Shoes?
Why not wear the Latest Style Shoes?
All these advantages can be obtained at the
OLD RELIABLE SHOE HOUSE,
CARSE & CO.,
1622 Second Avenue
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J. T. DIXOJST,
And Dealer in Mens' Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue