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THE AllGUS. TUESDAY. AUGUST 25, 1891
TrBTExchange and Miscel-
I orants inserter -
tiTLeow --- H,a t o per wora
MZ"oZ' nd local "Help
I s- not exceeding three lines in
KCeVe in theAILY ARGUS
..'rv-rKiiriiisht rooms at hi .....u
Viih 'i vlii"iit board.
I ..,.e Hi"in ? 1 wise lur mi -
VnRrA ' ,i. .itnuLdd. Address
ihi, el".' J.
L-r-Trn-U l for ho-isework. small family;
h I J' Twenty-tliir.! street. 17 lw
rrNf gO-A: t'u Bock It Lied Dons 5'tird-
v -Tfli I -fill'loll JlaCliin'..'. or 1.111
Tr.i' v., ., hi in
. ... it. rid rt ...w nn s 1,4 loon; flP-
V.,?i-'ct ! "lHl''il'T' ShOi- stole, lit
TTvt? i.r-- if rl at 1I2T Second av.nu
" , . V i.-T'L d cylinder prirj? feeder at
1 r..l m,K- H A Mosen-
1 ir e, No HOi Twentieth street.
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1 . 4 ' V VIOII 111 ''.I.-''. Bl MI' M MIH.
w :ii ' u ri'iuii'. ii-iiL - .in nun .o mi'i
.. h lilies--M. "lilif nfli :e. 14
mSKV T 1 "I.haN Oil rhat'el nrt gates.
J. w. J.'uv. lull Seioud avenue, x-tf
kf,', sriii vi aijeut or canvasser iu hooks;
(.'" iitt E.Ituk avenue. 35
4rMrSli A rV" uxh! sale-meii to take orders
I -hnili- -'c No cx.-ri,-Dc.-
, ,.,-v lM'Mi-i roquin-d GOOD PAY.
stl P KliifiMAN Jt CO.. konmuE,
v j'i'y i5
iTK!' ' who cn-.k urri !:iko to
......forth- : tM'uxkiM; St-'V in tbe world;
, y- 4;', ;f t friii-, l- ;-r twnu ds-
, ortlt r. t mu'-Iia.f onler.
ANTHIt LRsVKV AMI AGENTS If
ci t 'r'v ;tr "itfl' f-!" tli" agency of my
e;.' H'- nii id Iron. hsp-r v tceo m
aiikl'.j C' ;tlv, W: mv iM'j.'iniier! mtke
, ,t i wt -t. No i.rtrnr hnupfliiiM art r e
i i -ii-ii-T. -.ri for pirruUri1, fwm-i-
! il. S. tv ii p 'I 279, .'iuc nnt , U.
o -C1,Z YtnX OR WaKDRIF E
. r,:t: n i-rf'.:t louiuc ly any and a pei
- ,. !, n:."i:, a'i't y ni cmu put aw;iv as much
.,;."' K:i'T iriritt a in ihc average urd
"" y . in ri, L : turtf iiriicK for the pric of
ear'i iiATirf for i-ack'n? or hippmu
y-. I t:ii! l.f. wifo of the celebrated
k -iiv f f i lounest :ire very nice.
. . -ii brc.iteile, .", Al
.'jrauJund 3Jyr:ie avt-uue, Krook-11
i CmitBE & CO.
AX X UAL
learance Sale !
'rerious to Inventory July 15.
argains in Every Line.
fictures and Frames
irp-:ni a-tantioathis wosk. Prices
j ;rr cu-v iowr than usual.
?uiy lad secure first choice.
R. CRAMPTON & CO.
A. D. HUESING
vviuipaoies ne rouowtng:
r-h'r "fompaiy, of England.
cr. ' ouinauT ot N. Y.
. V, ..'." '-. Kocaaater, R. Y.
f.'-t ""i " P.
,r ' 1 n.,0f I'aliJ.rran
"' "is. Lo..of Paona, 111.
tor. 19-tt S-.., a!lj BfcCon(j Ave
P-OCK ISLAND. ILL.
J- M. BUFORD,
, T o' p,.. ...Tr
to PROHPTLY PAD.
prety on Bonds.
tKW: bond- i pisi.
ra-L r...tw" 'r'n fnrn", Tf10 mi wish
fct'ae. rwinirert , de"e hoods and
?ETVe"" to thV'i.00''1 PP'f
On Saturday evening committee from
the various tradss onions ot Rock Island
met at Hillier's hall to make further ar
raogementa for :he tri-city celebration of
Labor day in Moline. There was a good
representation present and much Interest
was raanifested. After discussing; plans
it was accmed last a line of mirch be
formed on Market fq'inre before proceed
ing to Molioe. Au invitation was ex-
a 1 J l -a
leoiieu iu an luf civic organ ztKoos to
form a part of ifce procession. As it is
a legal holid.y.it isexpecttd that all busi
ness bousts will close and that there will
be a Urge turn o it from Rock Wand. A
coniniitUe was ajpoinled to see all the
or-Hnized lahcr in tbe city f jt tbe pur
pose of furiber tweilinp; toe procession.
The coremirtee of arrangeau-nts i us fol
lows: Mefsrs. C. W. Ilerman. M. V.
Bniilcs, J W CtvsnHugh, H. Costock,
William Hanson. P. J. Cry, T. F
WoeeUn aud A. Snckton
A le!gHtion ot R-jck I lend Arstnal
pmp'oves were present, ttrirj It3ey
doubtless be well represented in the
The LW d iv o. mmittee havinij sent
out fprcisl iuviimiotis to tb vdrious
trades uDions aud labor oro.aLizviona iu
the three cities, now wish to invite,
through lhu counns of The Annus. ii
the business firne, commercial li,,usts,
p c . in Rn-.k I-Uoi to turn out i h us
on that da? in our braod in,1ntriHl pa
rade. This parade i open to all who
will turn out and help make it; a suecesii.
U. G. ctMiTH. 11. F. Long
a. L. Staj r. T. J. stanlkv.
Gus WiLcix. C. Fisk.
A Itoy Who L kl to Cut Wood.
One of the stmnest caws of somnam
bulism occurred soma fifteen years ago in
an Oxford county village. The boy hero
of the story was lext to the oldest of n
larj;e family. As nut much was to be made
on the farm in the winter, and other work
is not easily obtained in a small place, the
father and the oldest sou had one early in
the fall to a distant state where laborers
were scarce and lain r well paid. The super
vision of the farm fell upon poor Ned, and
a conscientious little steward he was. After
great baskets of dried leaves, gathered
amid much sport in the woods, had heaped
up the great bin, an 1 the house had been
snugly tucked up in evergreen bouglis, Ned
cut aud hauled the great cord wood sticks
intothe yard for "working up." One night
he had lieen too tired toatteud to sawine
and spliuiiig, and he went to led worrying
about it. Not thatthere was any real need,
for the piazzalike woodshed was closely
liued on three side? with carefully fitted
wood; only he disliked to have one day's
work run into the m xt.
About midnight J.'ed's mother, hearing
unaccountable sounds below, stole into
Ned's room and found he was not there.
Greatly alarmed, she continued her search
until she reached the woodshed.
"Ned, Ned!" she ci-Iled, but received no
response. Wonderingly the mother ap
proached Almost near enough to touch him,
still he said not a wod.
Glancing again at Mm she saw the boy's
eyes were shut, and. having been some
what used to his walldngin sleep, thought
she would see what Ned would do. Care
fully he placed the cord wood stick on tte
sawhorse, took down the saw and actually,
with both eyes closed in sleep, sawed wood,
and was about to take down the ax when
his mother thought it time to awaken him.
A Trick With a Glass of Water.
Here is a simple and interesting little ex
periment, enabling one to trace sound vi
brations in a glass of water. Take a fine,
thin glass, such as will give forth a musi
cal sound if rubbed wi ,h wet fingers around
the rim. Fill it near.y full of water, and,
having wiped the edres dry and smooth,
place upon tbe rim a cross made of two
equal strips o thin cardboard (an old postal
card will do for the material), with the
four ends bent down at right angles, so as
to prevent its slipping off.
Now if you gently rub the outside snr
face of the glass with a wet finger it will
sing, or givetorth a sonorous musical note.
But the principal phenomenon which you
are to observe in this experiment is the fol
lowing: If your finger rubs the glass below
one of tbe ends of the cardboard strips the
cross will not stir; but if, on the contrary,
yon rub any other part of the glass not in
a perpendicular hue with one of the four
ends of the cross, this latter will turn of
its own accord until the end of the card
board arms of the crosi arrives at a point
directly above the 6 pot where you are rub
bing with your finger. Thus, by placing
your whole forefinger around the middle
of the glass, you can make the cross turn
at will, as if by magic, without touching it
This experiment demonstrates the exist
ence of what are called, in the science of
acoustics, the nodes or kuots of vibration
in sonorous bodies. These nodes are the
four points on the rim of the glass at which
the arms of the cross stop. The vettral
spaces-between these points are where the
sound vibration is the strongest, and where,
consequently, the brunches of the card
board cross cannot rest. New York World.
Hti Left It to The Court.
A short time ago an old negro was up
before Judge Guerry, of Dawson, charged
with some trivial offense.
"Haven't yon a lawyer, old man?" in
crnired the judge.
'Can't you get one?"
"No, sab." t
"Don't you want me to appoint one to
defend you?" '
. "No, sah. I jes" tho't I'd leab de cas
tode ignance ob de co t." Quitman Free
Where Ignorancn la Bliss.
In the laboratory tf the chemical
Learned Chemist (to male attendant)
What! unhappy man, you drank yester
day all the pru.ssic acid I had left in this
glass and did not fall down dead at the
Attendant (apologizi lg) Faith, sir,
you see I didn't know! Journal pour
"Can you trace your family back a
"I could if I desired, but I don't want
"I might be ashamed of myself if I
did." Truth. .
On August 36 and September 29, the
Burlington. Cedar Rapids & Northern
railway will sell harvest excursion tickets
from all s-i-'ioos on its liue south of and
including Vinton, to all stations on its
line north of and including Iowa Falls, in
Iowa'Minnosota and Sou'h Dakota, to all
Doinu in Arkansas, Indian Territory,
Texaa, New Mexico. Colorado. Wyom
ing, Utah, Idaho, Montana, 8outh aad
North Dakota: also to all points in Ten
nessee. LouiP.na. Alabama, Mississippi.
Georgia and Florida at a rate ot one fare
and ones third for tke round trip.
For further information, enquire
y ticket agent of this company, or
J. K. Hannegan.
Gen. Ticket and Pass. Agent
Lota ror sal.
In Huher & Peetz' addition t the city of
Kock Island, heinir th li R
en port's homestead, rticoly and centrally
..:in.-u, "iiinn nve mocks ot the post
office. Title lxrfrr-t TV, ma i;h,ol
For particulars spplj to the undersigned
'"c reopies iMational Dank or on the
premises. jonx Pkkiz.
STATE OK IU.TVOI9, I
KOCK lsLAN'n OITNTY. (
In the Hock Island County Circuit Court of the
f,-lieiao.r ieim, a p., isai in chancery
juiaitiDHU n-rkk-r. the complainmt vs. J. hn
Iwz, ailn in-strator cum Uainmto ttnntro of
Hailey Kuvenpur dec-ai 1, alhirine Daven
lrt, t hem.er v. Iavenport, Joseph L Psven-
,7. " uaveiipoTi, iienry ,-. Davenport,
rho nas J. KobniBon. rridt-itck Weyeihauner.
a d WHllaia c. l ninam, the defendants. ticn
No. i5. Bill lor epecitic performance
Am.lavlt of the no-'-rr-idence of t'atfiarine
raveuport, Gbeucr C. Davenport, Jcsfiih L.
Iiavenii vi, Naomi L. livcnport. Henry c Daven-
pon, t an William c. rn nani, ui-f. ndanu .hove
nam. d. harii g beeu filid in the ofllce of the clerk
r't id circuit court of UocK Is. aim coiiutv, notii-e
U hereby givru f the taid di fcmltirts and each
a-iil ev.ry of tlieui. that the said coaipiaiaanl has
filed, her hill of aom-.:aint in slid o,.
chancery side ther. of. and that a summons has
been issued out of sai l court against paid nnn
n sideni defendants, retuniabl-on the first Mon
day of .September uelt. as is lv law required.
Now. unless you tUe taid nun-resident defend
ants, sn.'i personally he and aipear before said
circuit court of Kock Island countv, on the first
day of tba next term thereof, io he "hMn in ih
curt hoase. la the city of Kock 'slaad, the sa'd
conoty, on ice nrst .Monday of September. A. 1).,
'-.'i, nnu inf answer or aeninr ij, ih sHtr, .m.
flainaui's bill of complaint, the same, ana the
maiters and thuijrs therein charued anl Mated,
will be taken a- confessed, and a decree entered
a1aint ou. K-co diny to tl.e .rayer ri'aaid bill.
ua'.uu mis uay 01 juiv, A D.. 1S'.1.
UKO. W. tiAMBLK.
, Clerk of said Court.
J. T. KlSWillltllV Rill W- tlrl. ur
MaTtt UK ILLINOIS, I
Rock Islakd County, f
In the cirtait couitatthe Septemiler term, A.
P., I-1t . In CUmcvry. Bi.l for tpectficper
foruiancc, M:i i-on E. Wrig!it vs. Naomi L. Pavenport, Cath
erine Davenport, lietiry c. Davenport, tbeuzcr
i -. Daveup-.rt. Joseph L. Daveuuorn Thomas J.
Kobinsou, Frederick Weyerliauser, and John
To the ah..vc nanied defendants Naomi L. Dav
eniwrt, Cath -rine DaveuMrt. Henry C. Daven
port, fibeuzer C D.iv.-irport and Josepk L. Oav
port. Affidavit of yonr non-residence having been
filed in the t flice of the e'eri of said court, notice
is her. bf j-iven to you that the aiiove named com
p.ainant has this day filed in said cou-t bis bill of
c.omp aint asainst yon on the chancery side of
said court aid that u summons in chancery has
been ls-ie,i kua ust you, returnable to the next
tt-rm olsaid circu t coert to be beifiin and holden
at the court house iu the c ty of Kock Island, in
sai I county on the first Monday of September, A.
I).. 18U1, at wcicii time and place ion will apjear
and ple.4, answer or demur to g. id bill of com
lam . if you see tt.
Kock Island, ill.. July il. AD. 1H91.
UEOHGB w. GAMBLE.
Clerk of said Court.
Bweenit A Walker, SoI'b forCompit
ADMINISTRATBIX's SiLK OF
K SAL ESTATE.
By virtue of an order and decree of the county
court of Kook Island eonr.ty, Illinois, msde oc the
pel ition of the undersutned. Catherine E. Farrell
admini.-trat'X of the estate of m Karrell de
cesed, for leave to sell real ex ate of said de
ceased, at the Ja'y term. A. D. of said court,
to-wit: on iheStst day of July, 1891. I shall ou
the 21st day of Aucnst next, between the hours of
ten o'clock in the forenoon aud five o'clock in tbe
afternoon of said day. sell for cash down, at public
sale, inctnding widow's dower and homestead, at
lite north door of the court hou-e, in the city of
hock Isal d, co-n'y of Kork 1- and. state of Illi
nois, the real estate deacrilied as fohows, to-wit:
Lots eicven (11) aud twilte (Ki, in the northwest
!, of the southwest hi. of section three (8), town
ship seventeen fl ) north ramie two (Si. west of
the fourth (4) principal tnoridian according to assessor's-pla.
onhle for 18 0. situated in the county
cf Kock island, state of Illinois.
Dated thtsiSnd day of Julv. lxgt.
CATHBKISK E. FAKRELL.
Administratrix of the estate ol Wm. Farrell. deceased.
Estate of Rosalie Bartnagel, Deceased.
The undersigned having been ai pointed admin
istrator of the estate of Rosalie Hartnacel,
late of the county of Rock Island, state
of Illinois daceased. hereby gives notice that be
will appear before the county court of Rock
Island county, at the office of tbe clerk of said
court, in the city of Kock Island, at the Octo
ber term, ou the firat Monday in October next,
atw'jicD time all persons having claims aeaiust
said estate are notified and requested to attend,
for the purpose of having the same adjusted. All
persons indebted to said estate are requested to
make immediate payment to the undersijrned.
Dated ihis litb dav or Au list, A. D., IH'.'l.
J. R. JOHNSTON, Administrator.
OTICK OP FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Estate of William Far"U, D-'cetid.
Public uotiue 19 hert by riven that ibe nrdor-civrm-d.
tjithfrn' B Frrtil. hH tbirtiy fil'd her
final rprr and heTiltrorut at curb in tbe county
court of Hock I-lunl couuty, and thai an order
butt been entered by naid curt appTovintbe paid
re;ort iirless 'jectiou8 tlirtlo or enuVe to the
contrary be abown on or bftore the .yr.b day of
Aut!Ui, A. D. IS'U and upon the fir. al approval of
paid rei ort the aid 'athiine E. FurrHl will ask
for an order of dis'ribution, and wll alo a-k to
be dicliaryed. All pernoue intcteeted aie notified
Kock Island, IU.. An?nst!. 1891.
fATUEKlNK li. FAKRELL.
FOB MEN ONLY!
For LOST or FAILING KA KHO0D,
(Oeneral and NERV0U8 BEBLUTT,
! I Weakness of Body aad Kind, Effect.
HJof Errors or Exesaisi in Old or Younr.
Kulwl. fcstol- lMMNIU fsllf K,tnrra. KwalamiU
SlmsllMsWIUIIi.tMKVKUeKUOK,.A!INa PA.TSsf .ODI
IbMlalrl; utaillst IIO.K TKKAT.sAT K-arau la
HsMrlpU kMt, slasaUw aa prsof wall (Hal, S jfisai
AUrawERW MEDICAL CO., BUFFALO, N, V.
Wyomltur lt. If. the coinlnjr cltv ot Wyom
lur. Utu) waterworks, electric lUrhts. flourirm
mli Is. Located in the (raTden of Wyomlmr
Produced the prizn potato crop of the United
Btatee in MM. tor loap. and further infor.
mation apply to
. MANN THOU, Buffalo. Wyo.
Tbe Great French Remedy for Suppreaaiocui
and Monthly Irregularitiea.
Ladiea Use Le Doc'. Periodica! PilL of Parte,
France; pnaranteed to accomplish all that is
claimed for them. To be need monthly fovtrtrablaa
peculiar to women. : Pull direction, with each
box, Si am bos or three boxes for Jt.' ' American
Pitt Oo.,ylty proprietors, Bpaac-, Iowa. The
taniMrla obtaiaadof OUoEaoert, Klaiitreac,
Bock Ulaad, Japs Oa Davawport. aad at aU
-HA.8 DECIDED TO SELL OUT 013-
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.
School Days Are Now upon Us!
CARSE & CO.
Have received the most complete and solid
line of School Shoes that has ever been
seen in Rock Island.
THEY ARE SOLID LEATHER.
No Shoddy. Price in reach of every Person.
We know what hard usage a child gives a Shoe.
We have tried to meet the demand for a good
Prices to suit every person. '
CARSE & CO.
1622 Second Avenue
ImDarU a tvlll.&nt tr&tvpartmi v to the skim. ft
I moves ail Dimple, f ruckU aimI duaoolormtiuum. For
I sale by ail riret-ckMa draKkO'U, or mailed for M cfia.
school, or : aSSS,."
' ' , 1 i 1 X ' - ! i
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 8eoond Avenue