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THE ARGUtt. MONDAY.'
AUGUST 24-1891 3
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ri I,; I.iiaN -"n rh.rel mnrteairrs,
.!: uii'ti'K J ''ery. and a 11 articles
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-i oi, 'M. ' V Eolith avenue. tW :it
vE'i A to" - s:il''nn n to take orders
rt f "i i itf o ri-uii aim ornamental trees,
;, '.' . itiruli- etc No efperienc
.'. K (ti-ii i' required. GOOIJ PAY.
..i; ' r'lthMA J: CO.. RormsTii:,
' ju 15
yTt'i) a I i tn-mr who cook and bake to
' . I ' In"-' . - U I s I ' n 1 ' e ill luc Huriu ,
f u,'i f-l terms, 10 p-.T oon "us
jl'.iviii oril'T. ir one-half with nriler,
Vi i .1 , v A'VRFO Coi.t!, 5) Myrtle
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L&KEV AMI AGENTS If
:iti t'sprrii'LC-'il c:invaaer. Htay where
t ir.l rr.' ' on' ' for the agency of my
vif Hniii2 M-'l Iron. Exper ei.ced men
31 .i; ?' ' a WlVlk . II Olj;illllBra uu iwe
i, v -. j itiiT uoqui'Iiiiii nri!ce
:!'". s.'' 'i for pirrcaWr. 9am
t. H. . tr Hoi 3T'., Cine nnt , '.
ALE-t'"IB' Ho.v or Wakobui
-..e .-I p -rf'-.'t lounge by day and a pet--:
r. j .'. a-"! y iii c in juit away as niueh
');:;lt .irtii ie a- ii: the averac ward
1 .u - turtre artielrx for the price of
v. riir rti irk'i- for packing or shippms
.ir. . ; n.i.ij '. Wifo of tiie celebrated
v. 't,,-4f lonnei are verv nic.
r " c.i. .i : in iu., .J,Si4,
, f .': Ik hrorvelle, -r. $:i). Al
ijr.iyil aud Myrtle uvenue, ilriKik-
I tanioa & Co.,
AX X UAL
earance Sale !
terious to Inventory July 15.
irgains ia Every Line.
ctures and Frames
"'ipi'.idl a'.tentiiathia wok.
?rctn: lowrthan nsuiil.
T'y ni necare Srst choice.
R. CRAilPTON & CO.
A. D. HUESING
''L:n'n other me-tned ana weU
re tnsorance Companiei he following i
I Wf l',ln'- Company of N. Y.
I '.e'':raat' "'Co.. Butfalo, N. Y.
t-ki-. i' ,n- conn.
F. "inl MMwaukee, WtP
RCor. 18th St . and Second Ave.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
J. M. BUFORD,
T o'.a 7lri
Your ti n r"in:'anT can
prety on Bonds
iriea, tr . ''' "r wtio may
V".:r"'llrl in TJJ'.'"e BU
SPEED ON THE RIVER
Two Dave aprt lachcn Eadnlcc B m.
Kace ea the noiMtnpt-Tbe VI In
Toe Davenport Democrat of yesterday
morning thus describes the yaoht rac
between the Luc; acdSarshon the river
Sntniday art?rann: . !
After a little de ay the two yachts
t)o ,kel tfi)r a iet cl speerl, the Lucy,
owned by Rev. M. A. Johhsou and N.
G. Tendletoo, and tue .Sstrsh, tie propi
erty of Charles Anieredn and Norm Uur
dick, got off almost perfectly lined and
started for the red buoy two miles down
the river that marked the turning point.
The Sarsh had erased the imaginary
)ine that led from Jin Fleming's eye to
most anvhere at 2:.")2J. tbe L icy cut
t'.at! it 10 seconds later. Both craft had
mtiosail aad jib set, and as tbey gilded
twif ly towird the oijec ive buoy, their
shurp prows cutting the water and send
ine it in floods alont; the scupoera, the
sight was ft" impusini; or:e. To those
who were on hoard tlie craft the race hud
an exhiliaratinfj tingn that it could not
possess far the on looker. These were:
On board the Lucy: Iiev. M. A Johu
Bun. N G. Prfodictm. Walter J.hn
sin, Reginald Johnson, F. J. Wa'z,
Perry Uictiardoon, 1. L Sears,
W. R. Wtir, F. W. Weir, W. P.Christy
and a Democrat pencil pusher who had
reen picked up for baling. On board the
Sursh Were Charles Andersoo, Charles
Uowir. George Fay, E R. Clayton,
Charles Falkner, Hal Dicker, anrl George
Hseley. 1 he Sas!i ctrried 1,200 pounds
of ballast in tbe shaj e of Kand bas.
The tiller of ihe Lucy was in the hands
of Skipper Walrer J hnenn, while that
of the Sarsh was handled by the rpore
sentaliveof the maiefty of the law, Xight
Capt. Falkner, who had doSed bis dignity
for tbe time and replaced it wuh a flin
rel thirt. Char'.ie Anderson was ed
drissed with becom ng respect by the
oiliers hs "Captain."
For the first half-mile the race whs
as pretty a one as could have been
wished. Both boat kept a straight
course side by side tnd were evidently
evenly matched. Then the Lucy
slowly drew ahead and soon crossed
the bow of her competitor. Before
the buoy wa9 reached for the turn the
boats cbangtd places, and the S.trsh
was in tbe lead a bundred van's. In
making this turn the Lucy virtually lost
the race. The Sarsh made a clean turn,
tacking but once, while tbe Lucy, having
shifted sail too soon, wus compelled to
make a sec nd tack to round the buoy.
h.'a t,u.- wus -au'.Iy poiatid up-strca
t :e Sax? h wp.s a quartt r of a mile in the
The rest of the story is soon told. The
Sarsh rounded the uoner buoy at 25J
minutes after 3, tbe Lu:y five minutes be
hind . The yachts 'tar ted over the course
aain for the second aiid last time, but
before the Lucy had proceeded a mile she
met with an accident that retired her
from the race. The mist snapped about
eight feet from the top. and tbe broken
end, with sails and ricking, came tumb
ling into the boat. Fortunately no one
The Sarsh finished h r course, picking
op the Lucy on her way back and towing
htrin. Although ban iicapped in this
manner she got back to the starting point
at 4:15, ber time for the race being one
hour and 23 minutes.
The Caprice, which has been saihne
without a jib for a couple of days, will
be in good repair by nest Saturday, when
there is promise of a three-cornered race,
as the Lucy will propat ly again be in trim
by that time.
For Over Fifty Yean
Mrs. Winslow's Sot thing Syrup has
been used by millions of mothers for
their children while teething. If dis
burbed at night and broken of your res
by a sick child suHenng ana crying with
pain of cutting teeth send at once and get
a bottle of " Mrs. vYioslow s .Soothing
Syrup" for children teething. It will re
lieve tbe poor little sufferer immediately.
Depend upon it, mothers, there is no mis
take about it. It cures diarrhoea, regu
lates tbe stomach and bowels, cures wind
colic, softens the gums, reduces inflamma
tion and gives tone arid energy to the
whole system, "Mrs VV inslow s Soothing
Syrup" for children teething is pleasant
to the taste and is the prescription of one
of the oldest and best female physicians
and nurses in the united States. Sold bv
all druggists throughout tbe world. Price
twenty-five cents a bottla. Be sure and
ask for "Mrs. Winslow'i Soothing Srrup
Three Harvest Excursions.
The Burlington route, C..B.& Q. R.
R., will sell from princ pal stations on
Us lines, on Tuesdays.August 25 and Sep
tember 15 and 29, harvest excursion tickets
at low rates to principal cities and points
in the farming regions of the west, south
west and northwes'.. For tickets and
further information concerning these ex
cursions, call on your nearest C., B. &
Q. ticket agent, or address P. S. Eustis,
Gen'l Pass, and Ticket Agent, Chicago,
Are Yon Going t Travel.
The C, R. I. & P. will sell homeseek
ere' tickets Aug. 23, at greatly reduced
Some merchants get the
best they can; seme get the
meanest they can.
Your dealer in lamp-chimneyswhat
does he; get for you?
There are common glass and
tough glass.tough against heat.
There are foggy and clear.
There are rough and fine.
There are carefully made and
You can't be an expert in
chimneys ; but this you can do.
Insist on Macbeth's "pearl
top" or "pearl glass" which
ever shape you require. They
are right in all those ways ; and
they do not break from heat,
not one in a hundred.
Be willing to pay a nickel
more for them.
PtlUburg. GEO. A. MACBETH 4 OO.
Iimiid to The Best.
All are entitled to the best that their
money wf.l buy, so every family should
have at once a bottle of the best family
remedy. Strap of Figs, to cleanse the
system when costive or bilious. For sale
in 50a and f 1 bottles by all leading drug-
Blck Eaadacho and relieve at! the trouble frtofl.
dent to a biltoua ututoof tha syatom, auob a9
Dizzinens, Kausoa, ProiralaeHfi, Dlntrem. aftoc
eating. Pain la the feide. io. White their most
remaakaHe aucceue bus been gfiown in cuxing
Haaflache. yet Carter's Littia Liw PITLf at
equally valuable in CooRtipal ion. curing ami pro
Vi-utiu thishuncylnf'conjTtla.iii.whila they rlsi
lirar IC.d rfc".llM.it!iiiK'r.-i.!a. Pa .n iftt.vmr
F3 13 n RStk
Aoi'Blbey would b9almctprilce to thoowt
C'lier f ro:a thiR.'UstreHini;ccnitl,iint; butfortiv
I..afiy t tieiriKKlneiwioiifi r. o'einl here.ari.1 1 oa
Whooneetry them will find those lit tlf pills vni'i
libte ia soiiiauy wayH that liey wiU not be wil
ling todo r.-iUioat them. But after aiiaick ceai
Is the banc of bo many lives that liorebwhsra
'Ytiwk on retool boast. Ourp'llocureit w'jiij
Cu-tur'a I.;t tie Liver Pills are very small anj
very any to tLko. One or twe piila makea dose.
!l'iiey are strictly veutntilo and du no. gripe or
purer?, bnt by their gentle action pleaaeail who
Uaotheia. Iu vialaat 25ccnts ; live lor (. I. duI
ty lruoht evet juuare, or aunt by mail.
CARTER MEDICINE OO., f.'ew York.
SMALL Fill. SMALL DOSF. SMALL P?.!Cf
STATE OK ILLINOIS, I
In the Itock Island Couiiv Circuit Court of the
Seplenb-r teim, A. D., 16'Jl-In Chaucery.
Elizabeth Ferkler, the complainant vs. Jubn
i-eiz, auiuin-piraior cum resiarnsnto anttero of
Bailey "avenpor' deceased, f'athrine lluven
port, benr C Davenport. Joseph L. laven
lort. Naomi L. Davenport, Henry C. Davenport,
Thomas J. Robinson, r'redeiick Weyei hautier,
a'd Wintam C. fntnun, the lefein!:i:iti.. oen.
triil No. ni Bin mreiH Clftc tierformance.
AfBiliivit of the non-rtfirience of tatharlne
r-nvenport, Ebenzer C. Davenport. Joseph L.
Davenpn-i, Nannu L. Davcnimrt. Henry C. Daven
port, and William C. Pn nam. defendanu above
named, havii. been filed in the offli-e of the clerk
of aaid circuit conrt of Hock Island comty. notice
i! nereoy g-.veu to me raia nciendantii and each
aud evi ryot them, that the said complainant has
filed her hill of comp'aint in sail court, on the
chancery aide thereof, and rhataeummona has
been isued out of saiti conn aanst said uon
reaident oef.-ndants, rt-tarr.ablo on" the first Mon
day nt September next, ne in or law required.
Sow. aniens you the said non-resident defend
ants, sha 1 personally be and ai ptar before r aid
circuifcourt of boclc Island county, oti tbe first
day of the next term thereof, to be holden in the
court house, in the city of Hock 'slaud, the said
county, on tue nrst Monday of September. A. I.,
1MU, and plea.l, answer or demur to the said com
plainant's hill of complaint, the same, and the
matters and thtnps therein cbanzed and stated,
will be taken a coufessed, and a decree entered
against on. i ceo ding to tt.e t rayer ot said bill.
uateu tnis 3d day or July, A u.. IS'.tl.
GEO. W. OA.MB1.E.
Clerk of said Court.
J. T. Kf N worthy atd W. McKn.ry. Solr'a
STATE OF ILLINOIS, I
Rora Island ConiTT. f
In the circuit court at the Septemder term, A.
v., . in tuiiic ry. ui.t lor tpecme jier
formance. Ma ison E. Wright vs. Naomi L, Davenport. Cath
erine Davenport, Henry C. Davenport, hbenzer
Davenp -rt. Joseph L. Davenport, Thomas J.
Poblnson, Frederick Weyerhauser, and John
To the above named defendants Naomi L. Dav
enport. Catherine Davenport. Henry C. Daven
port, Ehenzer C Davenport and Joseph L. Dav
port. Affidavit of yonr on-resiflenee havin? been
filed in the office of the clerk of said court, notice
is herebv ifiven to you that the atiove unnied com
plainant has tins day filed in said cou l his bill of
comp aint against yon on the chain ery side of
said court aud that a enintnous in chaucery baa
been issued aeainst you. returnable to the next
term of said eirctt t court to be befmn and bolden
at the court hrnse in tbe cty of Kock Island, n
sail county on the first Mot day of September, A.
I.. 1891, at which time and place ton will an 'ear
and plead, answer or demur to B .id bill of com
plain. If you see fit.
Kock Island. Ml.. July 20. A D., m.
UEORGC W. GAMBLE.
Clerk of said Court.
Sweeky& Walker. Sol's forCompIt
ADMINISTRATBIX'a 55ALB OF
By virtue of an order and decree of the connty
oonrtof Rook Island conr.ty, Illinois, made tic the
petition of the undersigned. Catherine E. Karrell
admintratix of the estate of Win Farrell de-cer-ed,
for leave to sell real es"ate of said de
ceased, at tbe Jatv term. A. D. lttl. of said court,
to-wit: On ihei-'ist day of July, 1391. I shall on
the -1st day of Aumist next, between the hours of
ten o'clock in the forenoon aud five o'clock iu the
afternoon of said day. sell for cash down, at public
sale, including widow's dower a&d homestead, at
the north door of the court house, in the city of
Rock leal d, co nty of Rock I-iaud. state of Illi
nois, the real estate described as follows, lo-wit :
Lots e.even (11 1 and twtlve (l-i. In tae northwest
), of the southwest tt, of section three (3), town
ship seventeen (1) north ratize two (Si, west of
tbe fourth H) piinciual moridian according to as
sessor s pla' on tile f ir IK n, situated in the county
cf Rock island, sta'e of Illinois.
Dated tliislKnd day of Jtilv, ial.
CATHERINE E. FARRELL.
Administratrix of the est-te ol U ni. Farrell. deceased.
Estate of Rosalie Hartnngel, Deceased.
Tbe undersigned having been appointed admin
istrator of the estate of Rosalie IlartuBirel,
late of the connty of Ruck Island, state
of Illinois deceased, hereby gives notice that he
will appear before the county conrt of Rock
Island connty, at the office of tbe clerk of said
court, in the city of Rock Island, at the Octo
ber term, on tbe first Monday in October next,
at which time all persona having claims against
aid estate are notified and reaaested to attend.
forthe purpose of having the same adjusted. All
persons Indebted to said estate are requested to
maae immwinic vayuieiii,u iuv uuucni;imi.
Dated this tilth day of Anvust, A. D., 18W1.
J. ft, JOHNSTON, Administrator.
BUY A BUFFALO
ir.nmlnir In Tt'. the noun! nir nltv nf Wvom.
irur. Has waterworks, electric litrhta. flouring
mills. Located in the garden of Wyomirur
Froduced the prize potato crop of the United
states in law. ror maps ana iunner mior.
nation apply to
MANN A THOM, Buffalo. Wyo.
The Great French Bemeay for Happreealona
and Monthly Irregularities .
Ladies Use Le Due's Periodical Fill, of Fans,
France; roaranteed to accomnhsh ail that Is
claimed for them. To be used monthly for troubles
K collar to women. Pall directions with each
x. i Der box or three boxes for (3. Amerieac
Ptn Co.. rovaltvDroDrtetora. Spencer Iowa. The
geenms pill obtained of Otto Rudert, Sim street,
Kock Island, J appc A Osm 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, 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?
1 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
't-s. - neiii.-nf. rmrixi reli.' V to tbe skin. Rm-
move all plmplea, freHiles and discoloration. For
laule by all rH;l dnirai-ts. or mailed for to eta.
VP WW aUaV mmm I a . MrH.
school of kSS2,."ac'
irirQDIDUV VALBNTINK BBOS-
1 tLtHHrirnl lS-lSJaaaavniB. Wta.
J. T. T3IXOJST,
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue