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TH3B ABGUB. THUKSDAY, AUGUST 20. 1891
nS T? . rtvg at o per
at HC per wuru,
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RF-y-" .ituau-d. Address
,,, -t v-.rj, 1"" '
IVfrGfor homework .mall family
fcVy at & 3 TTnty-tbirj street, l.-lw
;2I)Ai th? Ko-k Itlmd Uoue a yard
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ff .'...ii'nce. So SOS T'en:ieih street,
e ,Ni r jr-rl at 1127 Second aveune
g..-,' ' oi-t"'' 84 -lw
rtTwf' -' rjllnfler pre feeder at
tii iti. .mc, hi "nee.
,rk r:y k roi:jptT nt man vht ift
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D ?-TniHrniit offl.-e apia'ant; &)
-,t -i ;iv f;ire t:i.I: enclose fOf-
...nv.i cnvol.ie, JbUuwvi-, Box 52.
-.. -V ni .ill-. i.-v;ry. and all articles
, '. li.i.4 'cond avenue. 2-tf
!)A'i 'ftnvaer in hook? ;
.-.-ferrt il : 5 t" ?' Ir month. Ati
m .. ,;;, Enhth avenue. 99 St
T-r'i A f i- falt'smt'n to take on. its
V... : n fr.iiT ft ud ornatneiiul treec,
i" r . !-hruh fc. o i sj4ritnce
-v K nqmrt'd. GOD PAV.
.j I' FftKEWAN CO., KriH9TKr.,
if;.;; pt r-riTii who cook acu bake 1o
Jiif.ir Ti- ("""kins Stove In the world;
if l ti: : f 1: ternif, ! per oft., dis
t t w:'1 tini' r, r iiDt-hatf wiTh order,
..Vo'.I.tv A i rRED Coli. Myrtle
k b.v:yii,N. V. ' 11
i;i sI.EVEV AND AUEN'TS If
-sperit i ceil canvasner. atay where
T:t - (i our' far the ajeucy of my
H-i'icir S1 Iron. Kxpt r enced men
jf' a wviik; nw b pinners mtke
a-.- N-j h?r boaerho'.d art'e'e
stt for pirticaUr. fam-
, B"S ?79, Cine ntm , O.
. S-C :.E' Bx OR WxhDRlt E
.t ; rf'-.'t l-mnue b- dav and a pei
" f y u c-m put av;iy a njiicli
I'.itv: trricle? a?- in the average ard
. r . tnree a-rirl for the price of
:': '-M-ir!- f.r rckn nr httpins
'f. wife of tlie ct ltUrated
.iL- i. -c .i.n nre rerc nice,
r. - li U; nnme, $15, $14;
?J :IK c:iteUe. $-J5, $30. Al-
6:-1 und Mvrlle avenue, Brook-
ton & Co,
brance Sale !
:o'is to Inventory July 15.
gains in Every Line.
ftures and Frames
"'P'-i a-tentioa this wok.
'rr-n: lower than ninaU
- .rid ware Srst choice.
R. CRAMPTON & CO.
i?.f; olner "ne-tned ana well
insurance Companiee he following:
raian In.. Co.. fiutfalo. N. Y.
- "in. ' r?E Co- Rochester, N. T.
'.. ,,.Co-;of f '""bargh, P.
la. r, ir....r .
I-v S,ew a iTer- Conn.
re l?!; Milwankee, Wui
r Cor. 13th St., and Second Ave.
ROPTT TflT A VT TT T
I tuuaal 1, IsUisk
"- fria-., fir ","'' orwh-.io wish
rt v.. w,7; " r """g'tlons as
"-T.i!re,' m H,,Jr ue:re bood. and
'VCO, m N', AMERICAN
J 1'..'!'' the cornin i
OPEN An feSATHING.
Prmctleal Bales f..r EaplnC chllle or
Other Injorlons Effects.
The tollowlnK lus.ructions, accredited to
u ot iiuui.uu society, ot England ara
of especial Interest at this season, when sea
and river bathing ara indulged in by such
great numbers of people:
Avoid bathing wi; hin two hours after a
Avoid bathing whi n exhausted by fatigue
or from any ot her ca use.
Avoid bathing waen the body is cooling
Avoid bathing altogether in the open air
if, after having been a short time in the
water, there is a stnseof chilliness, with
numbness of the hands and feet, but bathe
when the body is wsrm. providing no time
is lost in getting into the water.
Avoid chilling the body bv sitting or
standing undressed on the banks orin boats
after having been in the water.
Avoid remaining too long in the water,
but leave the water immediately there is
the slightest feeling of chilliness. Tta
vigorous and strong may bathe early in
the morninit on an empty stomach. The
young and those who are weak had better
bathe in two or thret- hours after a meal,
the best time for such from two to three
hours after breakfast. Those who are sub
ject to attacks of giddiness or faintness, and
those who suffer from palpitation or other
sense of discomfort at the heart, should not
bathe without consulting their medical ad
viser. Vocal Culture for Idiots.
Attention has been called to the fact that
idiou without' the power of speech could
sing. Dr. Wildermuth, of Stettin, com
pared ISO idiotic children with 80 normal
children in regard to vocal range, sense of
harmony aud memory for melody; and 27
per cent, of the idiots and 60 per cent, of
the normal children were classed as music
al in the hignest degive, 11 per cent, of the
idiots and per cen-.. of the normal chil
dren were without musical ability. This
remarkable relative development of the
musical sense in idiots is the more striking,
according to The Pedagogical Seminary,
because there is no evidence of any other
artistic taste. The jractical outcome of
Wildermuth 's observuions is to emDha
size the necessity of vocal culture in the
training of idiots.
A good many cures for diDsomania have
been proposed before uow, but until quite
recently tDe results have been anything
but encouraging. It is stated, however.
that a French savant, M. Luton, has solved
the problem. Kitrate of strychnine ad
ministered hypodermhally in minute doses
does the trick." After ten days of Khis
treatment chronic alcouolists acquire such
a loathing for stimulants that even a sniff
of their once favorite beverage causes
nausea and headache. Drs. Portucalow
and Jergolski have used strychnine on
more than 500 patients, with invariably
good results. One sulferer who had been
in the habit of taking one-half to one liter
of schnapps a day was cured in a single
THE GUEST ROOM.
Row to Make It a "Chamber or Peace"
to the Occasional Visitor.
Within a few years much of the ancient
formality of going a-vUitiug has vanished.
Ot old the best room in the house was
adorned with the choicest furniture and
furnished with the rarest trinkets and
then shut up in gorgeous and solemn state,
to be opened but half a dozen times a year,
when some unfortunate guest was plunged
Into its funereal pomp t3 absorb the damp
ness of its unsunned splendor. Now the
occasional visitor is gi-en a more natural
position in the domestic arrangements. Of
old he was a sacred personage before whom
the host did homage; now he is placed on
the same plane as the rest of the house
hold, and existence is --hereby simplified
for all. From a writer in Good House
keeping, who defines in the foregoing the
position of the guest of today, are gleaned
also the following suggistions for making
the guest room "a chamber of peace:"
The uses to which your guest chamber is
to be put are obviously three; in it your
guest is to sleep, to dress, and to spend a
varying quantity of his waking and leisure
time. For these three uses you have to
provide. First, then, for the sleeping. . A
thoroughly aired "spar. bed" is a rarity;
yet it is not so expensive as to be beyond
the reach of most housewives. Air and
sunshine are generally hvailable, but the
woman who knows ho v to apply these
commodities to her guest chamber is bard
to find. Let the bedding and covers be
fresh, dry and clean; spread a sufficient
number of blankets and provide an extra
cover for abnormally col 1 blooded people.
If you do not know vcur guest's prefer
ence it is well to provide two sets of pil
lows, one large and one cmaU. And if you
are one of that class of deluded women who
turn their beds into show cases for frills
and furbelows, at least oe implored to re
move these excrescences liefore your guest
retires for the night.
In these days of numer us inventions it
is impossible to know all t be improvements
in household arrangemec ta, so if there be
anything peculiar in the aethods of heat
ing, lighting or ventilating your rooms, be
sure to explain them. One thing more, yon
must tell the stranger within your gates,
before be retires, the hour for breakfast,
and if there is to be no riling bell it is well
to ask if be desires to be called in the morn
ing. A timepiece of some kind should al
ways be in the room.
As a rule, the leisure time that a guest
spends in his room is britf; yet there ara
nights when sleep eludes the tired brain,
mornings when the bos ess is busy and
afternoons when weariness makes solitude
desirable. For such times provide a few
books and magazines, no: heavy and ob
truse works, but those that please and
amuse an indolent mind. If possible, have
a desk in the room, and stock it with pens,
pencils, ink, wax, sum is, postal cards,
paper and envelopes to match, and the
other easentiala that make letter writing
Independence Bacee. ,
For the meeting of the Independence
Driving Park association, to be held at
Independence. Iowa. August 24th to 29-.b.
inclusive, the Burlington. Cedar Rapids
& Northerv railway will sell excursion
tickets from all stations on itslina at ona
fare for the round trip; tickets on sale
August 24 'h to 29 ih inclusive, good to
return until August 31. And will also
ruu peo.iaI trains each day during the
race, leaving Cedar Rapids at 9:45 a. m.
and Detorah at 7:30 . m., returning each
day after the races. This will be one of
IllA .. .1 .
vi.i5cthlui)hii race meetings ever
held in the world, and the.: ack ia now
acknowledeed to be the fastest on earth.
See race bills for detailed attractions, and
enquire ot station agents for. nformation
"s.uiuij laica sou ume ot trains.
Gen'l. Tk't. and Pass. Agt
J. E. Montrose, Manager.
SATURDAY, AUG. 22d.
The Hit of the Season
Callender Hyers Sisters Co.,
Mln-trclsy, Bnrl-sqne snd Fnrce Comedy
comlined in an Onein I. New, Br ghi
Espec.aljy written and adapted for till Company
introducing e.ecant riinjing, fine Daijcini',
rwaud Novel Specialties. Funny Situa
tions, Ma.rniti.eM Co-tumt s and Beau
tiful Scenic Effects.
HC'allender s Faxons Black Iussir Band
d PVi'"1' duy bc' eeu 11 and 12 o'clock.
PniOES 5, 50 and 76 rents: seats on sale at
ii """r, ui"m inursaae. Aup. ajtn.
.... i imc iiiiim.uiuie supervision ana man
agement of Mr i has. Calender, founder and
T r.tTiM.'t nr if i-.llo.wi.,... 1.. i. ....
AT ELM 8TRSET G1BDKN3,
THURSDAY, AUG-., 20, 1891,
At 8 p. m. given by
Prof. Otto's Military Band,
20 PIECES 20
Street Cars direct to Garden .
STATB OF ILLINOIS, .
Roca Island Cocntt. f"8"
In the circnit con it at the Septemder term, A.
P., lSitl. In Chnctry. Bid for peciflcper-
Ma ison E. Wright vs. Naomi L, Davenport. Cath
erine Davenport, Henry O. Davenport, bbenzer
:. Dnvenp. rt. Joseph L. Davenport, Thomas J.
Robinson, Frederick Weyerhauser, and John
To the above named defendants Naomi L. Dav
enport, Catherine Davenport, Henry C. Daven
port. Eoenzer C. Davenport and Joseph L. Dav
port. Affidavit of yonr non-residence having been
filed in the office of the clerk of said court, notice
is hereby nlveo to yon that the above named com
plainant has this day filed In said court bis Mil of
comp.aint against you on the chancery side of
said court and that a samo-ons in ch&ncery has
been is-sied azamst yon. returnable to ihe next
term of said eircn t court to be bt-ian and boiden
at the court house in the c ty of Kock Island, in
sai j county on the first Monday of September, A.
!.. 3Hsl. at wnich lime and place iou will appear
and plead, answer or demur to s id bill of com
plain', if yon see fit.
Rock Island, Ml.. Jnlv 2J. A . D.. 1391.
GKORUe W. GAMBLE.
Clerk of sa d Court.
SWEESKT& Walker. Sol's fur Complt '
ADMINISTRATBIX'S BALK OF
By virtue of an order and decree of the county
court of Rook Island conr.ty, Illinois, made on the
petition of the undi-rsia-ned. Catherine K. Farreil
admintrtratix of the estate of Vi m Farreil de
cersed, for leave to sell real estate of said de
ceased, at the Juiy term. A. D. leBl. of said court,
to-wit: on ibeilst day of July, 1801, I shall on
the 31st day of Aneust next, between the hours of
ten o'clock in the forenoon and five o'clock in the
afternoon of said dty.sell for cash down, at public
sale, inrlndlng widow's dower and homestead, at
the north door of the court house. In the city of
Rock Isal d, co- my of ttork Island, state of Illi
nois, the real estate described as follows, io-wit:
Lots eleven (11) and twelve (IS), in the northwest
!, of the southwest of section three 13). town
snip seventeen 1") north ranee two (2). west of
the fourth (!) piincipal moridian according to as
sessor's plat on file for 18 0. t-ituated in the county
of Rock island, state of Illinois.
Dated thisiUnd day of July. 1891.
CATHBKINE E. FARRELL.
Administratrix of the estate oi Wm. Farreil, deceased.
Estate of Rosalie Harrnapel, Deceased.
The nndersitrned having been appointed admin
is:r:t r of the estate of Rosalie Hartnairei,
iate of the county of Rock Island, stsle
of Illinois deceased, hereby gives notice that he
will aptiear before the county court of Rock
island county, at the office of the clerk of said
court, in the city of Rock Island, at the Octo
ber term, on the first Monday in Ociol.tr next,
atwhicn time all persons baring claims azainsl
said estate are notified and requested to attend,
fort be purpose of having the same adjusted. All
persons Indebted to said estate are requested to
make immediate paymentto the undersigned.
Dated this 13th day or Ancnst, A. D., ItiVl.
J. R. JOHNSTON, Administrator.
BE A iUlAN
APOLLO WAS A PERFECT MAN.
tmCT II FORM 1 MATCHLESS IN Wall
err uir- utitMiu Tur iuiiri rarn that
purfl bovMl hirtft wcrr put rottraib.
Irtry HAW eta b BTXOHQ
tvad VieofcOUB is all mpKU.
YOUNQ MEN OR OLD.
Bff.rtBC from FERVOCS DX
BIUTT. Lot or ralllaa Mu-
fcsoa. Physical Xxmim, Matal
Worry, stunted D.v.lopm.nt, or
any PERSONAL WEAKNESS, eaa bo
r.itorad to PEBTECT HEALTH tad
the H0BL1 VITALITY ot STEOKO
atEBJ, tho Prldo and Power of Vatloaa.
e claim by years of practice by
our exclusive methods a uniform
MOHOPOLT OF SUCCESS1 In treat-
J Affliction of Mb. Testimonials
' from Fm States and TorritnriM.
AHE) SJ rVl BAAV "'lift' xnr tr. sealed, post
UUK new DUUrV paid.fora limttet t-me. o
It walls yoa can. Fall Eiplaaatloe. for BOatt TBEAT
BtEBT. Torn caa bo FULLY RE8T0BED aa Thousands
ItTtbmbfti Boad our testimonial.. Addre..atoace
ERIE MEDICAL CO. BUFFALO. H. V-
The Great French Remedy for Suppressions
and Monthly Irregularities.
Ladies Use Le Due's Periodical Pill, of Fans,
France; guaranteed to accomplish all that U
claimed for them. To be used monthly for troubVae
peculiar to women. Fall directions with each
box. S3 ner box or three boxes for SS. Americas
Pt" Co., royalty proprietors. Spencer, Iowa. The
genuine pLU obtained of Otto Badert, Sim street.
Bock Island, Jappe a Co., Davenport, and of an
-HA8 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, Boys1 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
"ftwiTuarai m. it-iliiaiit trmiiHtMrem v lo tb skio. Rv
ffnevrM tail niitmles. 1rrnl and discoloration. Ko
MU bj all fi rnt-cir Ururm U or niJ for fi ctv
SCHOOL. OF tat eircnlars.
J ABBS YILLA, WIS.
J. T. T3IXOJST,
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue