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. ir- r! ttt 1137 Second avenne
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, ( ., :ui rylinrter pn-w feeder! at
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' t ( n'v. !o,t Mani:tT, Box ,
i.tANin chattel mnrfgnflvfl,
, ,i::iiiM'l!. Jewelry, and ailarttcle
i a lh!4 :Mcopd avenue. S-tf
,- i'"t r -fli:vufer In hook;
-(!. ? " to J- month. Ad-
Ei-bth avenue. 293t
j . v .ti!i-mt'ii to take onir
,. frt:it and ornaaientul trees,
-::r:il. ec. iMo t'siMTicocj
H f nv nqtiln d. GeKiO PAY.
! r-KKulviAN Jt CO., KocmsTia,
: tr who cook acrt tmke to
i, h'''Tfo-kir. Stove in tne w arid ;
( .in.'T, r one-half with order.
In A;fkkd Colks, SiO Myrtle
S.t-E-MEV AND AGENTS If
, s:. -n- eed ran vsr atay where
riv'a: onrt- for the aeucy of my
, .urn; ! Iron. Eipt-r eictdmeo
tiiwtuk; new ht-giniiers mtike
: t Nn i.thr hfu(fhoid arttc e
V. !'rrt for pirt'cnUri', pam-
f e, Tm'S -'?!, fine unt , O.
.I.-JfR-' HoX OR WlKDR0K
. : p-:frt lounge by day and a pei
;.i :iytn ivin put away as much
:. ir" 'i : a i'i the average ward
i': ; irir-1 arttcle for the price of
i i-f.-r pack'nu or shippini;
i m,. wife of rWe ccieorited
! vi are Terv n:c?.
. .. i 1 SI 14: rai'mi, Sl3.SU;
. i4-foroc?elle.iW. $;W. Al-irin-;
and Myrtle avenue, ttronk-11
Ii.K STRSKT GABDKN8,
FDA ST. AUG-., 20, 1891,
- .V. ? p m. jiven by
Otu's Military Band,
2" PIECES 20
dtrectj to Garden.
r iiue other fme-tned na well
. -nce Compnie he following :
'."!? ComMTiy, of Ktulan4.
r Iik. Compmny of N. Y.
i.alu, Co., Buffalo, U. Y.
WTnn In. Co., Rocheeter. H. T.
f -ce. Londuo.
I 1 o , of California.
fc'C. New B iTo, Conn.
f rT J1C Co- Milwaakee, Wk
' r wtrin, ill,
t. 13th St., and 8econd Are.
ROCK ISLA.ND. ILL.
, .,,r.:;tlfiea CorapaniM
'.li-.hlf -oai-.n can ttltmi
py on Bonds.
f t oi i, 'Qrther "blicationa a
ttl r tlhLc,,'ir . ""'"Id apply
CO o n'; JBV AMERICAN
IKltatO cron of .L' r
KC'S,Pa! f"1- of Paru,
A ProBlatna- Oml
Gns Snobberlv. hr in ,.
Btricken youth, appUe.1 to old Mr. Bond
clipper for the hand of his daughter
Lucy, who was in the room at the time '
"What are your resources?" asked old
"In the first place, Tve sent my appli
cation to President H.irrison for a posi
tion in one of the departments."
"Have yon any other resources?" asked
the prospective father-in-law.
"You bet I have. Taa seriously think
ing about giving up snioking."
"Pa," exclaimed the yonng lady,
"thafs enough for us to begin with'
isn't itr Texas Sifting
A Little ltaandrataiMlins.
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i 4 "V- 1
"Waiter, our coats."
, .1 Q. &
Don't mind me I can help myself."
Frou. the German.
Stranger Your farm has a prosperous
Farmer Wall, I air.'t complainin.
Tve worked this ere farni night an day
fer nigh onto forty yetra, an now Tve
'bout made up my mind to let 'er out on
shares an retire from bu.- iness. I've got
money saved up.
Stranger Retire, eh? What will yon
do with yourself then?
Farmer Same as they all do. Til be
come a weather prophet. Kew York
A Veiled Inainoation.
Travis There was a r jw in the royrj
family of England the other day.
Dumby What caused it?
Travis The Prince of 'Mm onwm-cl
before the queen with his trousers rolled
up at tne bottom.
Dumby I don't 6ee anything in that
to make a row about.
Travis Well, you see, the queen took
it as an insinuation that ehe had reigned
too long. Brooklyn Life.
A Finished Edoration.
"Oh, Uncle George!" txclaimed Miss
Gaswell, "why didn't you come a week
ago? I graduated last Wednesday."
"Ah," replied Uncle George, who
takes a great interest in I is niece's edu
cation, "what did you gr;iduate in?"
"Why, in the lovelies: white India
mull, made up over the sweetest white
silk." Pittsburg Chronicle-Telegraph.
"Is your young man there, Jennie?"
her father shouted down stairs in sten
"Ye-es, papa," faltered the poor girl,
while cold perspiration began to issue
from every pore of the lovers body.
"All right. Ask him for the score,
please; I didn't get it before coming up
town." New York Press.
Young Wife What do you think of
my pie crvst. Jack?
Jack (who doesn't wish to be as severe
as the case warrants) Very nice, my
dear, but didn't you get the shortening
in lengthwise? Dramatic Mirror.
Stamped Either Way.
Poorman It costs so much to live
now that I am utterly discouraged.
Boorman Then why den't you jump
into the river and make ac end of it?
Poorman I can't afford a bathing suit
A Scientific Re. ilt.
She Thay say Mrs. Veriplane can
hypnotize; do you suppose it's true?
He Shouldn't wonder; she got Veri
Caaae Enough for keeping.
"What are you crying at out, my little
"Jimmy O'Brien licked me first, an
then father licked me for letting Jimmy
lick me, an then Jimmr licked me
again for telling father, aa now I sup
pose I shall catch it again from father."
for tta meetiDg of the Independence
Onvinit Park association, to be held at
Independence. Iowa. August 24th to 29.
inclusive, the Burlington. Cedar Rapids
Northerv railway will sell excursion
tickets from all stations on its line at ooe
fare for the round trip; tickets on sa'e
August 24 h to 29th inclusive, good to
return until August 81. And will also
run special trains each day during the
races, leaving Cedar Rapids at 9:45 a. m.
and Decorab. at 7:30 a. m., returning each
Bl-co- auia win ue one oi I
the largest and best race meetings ever !
hM in Ik. lj - J . . I
uo "iii ju. .oil me aca is now
acknowlpricTpH t.- ha , v. n A1 .
- - "w uu cm in.
See race bills for detailed attractions, and
cu4uire oi station agents tor nformation
.v-K-iuiug raies ana lime or trains.
J. E Hannkgan,
Gen'l. Tk't. and Pass. Agt.
The soft glow of the tea rose is ac
quired by ladies who use Pozzoni's Com
Pick Eea1ahe and rcliOTeaU tbotronbles IdcT.
dent to a Mlioua stataof tha tystem. such aa
Dizziness, Nausea, lrowslnees. Distress alter
estiiie. l'iln in th Si.la. to. Wh!lo lUeirmosj
remarkal-ie aucoesa baa been shown in cuxu;
Eeaaaehe. yet Carter's Little Ltver Mia are
equally valuable in ConstiiiaUon. curing and pro
vontiug this annoying complaint.whi'.n th.-y tlsj
correct all disorders or thestomactltllunl&tettitt
Lver and regoUie the bowela. fvanil they only
Asl-atheywonldbealmoatprieelem to those wRS
BuJer from this distressinc; complaint; butfortu
sately tbeirgoodness Jia no.enc!hcra,anJthosa
whocncetrythemirtll find these little pills valu
able in so many ways that Uiey will not bo wil
lisgtodowituontthtm. But after aliaictnait
Is the bane of so many lives that here !a Trhers
We make our great boaat. Our piUacoreit while
Others do not.
Carter's Little Liver PiEs are very small an4
vc-ry easy to take. One or two p'.lla makes dooe.
iiey ai-e strictly vegetable and do no gripe or
purgo, but by their geniie action pleaae&ii who
cstaem. Inv.alsatSScenta; bvet'orSL 3ol4
by drug'iata evervwaeie, or sout by
CARTER MEDICINE CO.. New York.
SMALL Fill. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE
ST ATB OK ILLINOIS. I
Kock Island Oochtt. f
In the Kock Island Coantv Circuit Court of the
Septeobrr teim. A D., 1S91 In Chaeccry.
Klitabein Ferkler. the complainant vs. John
Pcelz, admin'strator rum ifttamnto attntro of
Bailey riavenpon decraited, Catharine Uavcn
pirt, Koen-cr C. Davenport, Joseph L Daven
dori, Naomi L. Davenport, Henry Davenport,
Thomas J. Robinson. Kredetick Weyeihauser,
and William C. Putnam, the dufendanu. Gen
ersl No. 3i5 Bill for specific performance.
Affidavit of the non-residence of Catharine
favenport, Ebenzer C. Davenport, Joseph L.
Davenpon, Naomi L. Davenport. Henry C. Daven
port, and William C. Putnam, defendants above
named, having been filed in the office of the clerk
of said circuit court of Bock Island county, notice
is hereby given to the said defendants and each
and evtry of them, that the said complainant has
filed her bill of complaint in said ronn, on the
chancery side thereof, and that a summons ha
been issued out of said coun against said non
resident defendants, returnabl - on the first Mon
day of September next, as is by law required.
Now. unless you the said non-resident defend
ants, sha 1 personally he and appear before raid
circuit court of Rock Island county, on the first
day of the next term thereof, 10 be bolden in the
court house, in the city of Rock Island, the said
county, on the first Monday of September. A. D..
leVl, and plead, answer or demur to the said com.
plainiuii's bill of complaint, tbe same, and the
matters and things therein charged and stated,
will be taken as confessed, ard a decree entered
aainst you. scco-ding to t'.e prayer of said bill.
Dated this 3d day of Jaiv. A. I) . 1S91.
GEO. W. GAMBLE,
Clerk of said Court.
J. T. K.k worthy and Wat. McEnibt. Solr'a
STATS OP ILLINOIS,
ROTK I SULK D COCKTT. f
In the circuit court at the Septcmder term, A.
P., 1891. in Chincry. Bid for tpecinc per
formance. Ma ison E. Wright vs. Naomi L, Davenport. Cath
erine Davenport, Henry C. Davenport, bbenzer
(;. Davenport. Joseph L. Davenport, Thomas J.
RobinsoD, Frederick Weyerhauser, and John
To the above named defendants Naomi L. Dav
enport. Catherine Davenport, Henry C. Daven
port, Ebenzer C. Davenport and Joseph L. Dav
port. Affidavit of your non-residence having been
filed in the office of the clerk of said court, notice
is herebv given to you that the aoove named com
plainant haa tbia day filed in said coutt bis bill of
comp aint against you ou the chancery side of
said court aod that a sntnmous in chancery has
been ised azainst you, icturnuble to the next
trm of said circu t court to be began and bolden
at the court Druse in the c ty of Kock Island, in
sail c lunty on the first Mor.day of September, A,
I.. 1811. at which tioie and place you will appear
and plea J. answer or demur to s id bill of com
1.1am'. if you see fit
Hock Island, ill.. July 2). A . D., 1SB1.
OLORUe: W. GAMHLK.
Clerk of sa!d Court.
Swcekxt & Walker. Sol's forUompll
ADMINISTBATBIX'S BALB OF
By virtue of an order and decree of the connty
conrtof Rook Island county, Illinois, made on the
petition of the undersigned. Catherine K. Farrcil
adminitratix of the estate of Win Farrell de
cerned, for leave to sell real estate of said de
ceased, at tbe July term. A. D. lVI. of said court,
to-wit: On ineiist day of July, 1891, I shall on
the 21st day of August neat, between tbe hours of
ten o'clock in the forenoon and five o'clock in the
afternoon of said day.seil for cash down, at public
sale, lnclndtng widow's dower and homestead, at
the north door of the court house, in the city of
Rock Isali d, coonty of Rock Island, state of Illi
nois the real estate described as follows, to-wit:
Lots eleven (11) and twt-tve (12 1, in tbe northwest
! of tbe southwest of section three (3), town
ship seventeen (V) north range two i. west of
the fourth (4) principal moridian according to as
sessor's plai on file for 19:0. situated in the connty
of Kock island, sta'e of Illinois.
Dated thlsand day of Julv. 1891.
CATHERINE E. FARRELL,
Administratrix of the eetJteoIWm.Farreli.de-ceaaed.
Estate of Rosalie Hartnagel, Deceased.
The undersigned having been ai pointed admin
istrator of the estate of Rosalie liartnair. l,
late of the county of Rock Island, state
of Illinois deceased, hereby g1e notice that he
will appear before the county court of Rock
Island county, at the office of the clerk of said
court, in the citv of Rock Island, at the Octo
ber term, on the "first Monday in October next,
atwhica time ail persons having claims against
said estate are notified and requested to auend,
forthe purpose of having the same adjusted. Ail
persona indebted to said aetata are requested M
make immediate payment to th undersigned.
Dated tbia ISth dar of August, A. D., 1891.
i. u, JOHNSTOW, AOminiauator.
-HAS DECIDED TO SELL OUT HI3-
On that AccoTint Our whole Stock of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Has to be Disposed of
AT ANY PRICE.
Worth of Hen's, Boys1 and Children's Clothing
To be Bought for
115 and 117 West Second Street, DAVENPORT, IA.
That two thirds of Your Time
k Snfint In Ymir 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
W Imptrts inliianl tratifcpareiu-j io uie sbib.
moves all pimples, Irseale. uiMloraUoo. Foe
.Kleby aU nr-eis dnwKi la, or mmied for M eta.
iu ttadenu a
Jiemin railroad aernca.
Bend for circulars.
J. T. 13IXOJST,
And Dealer in Mens' Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue
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