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THE ABGUa L: FBIPAY, AUGUST 2 1891
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:r3eeeS at he per wora.
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ex"ewci:BK tnree lines in
fipnweek :n the DAILY ARGUS
vt-Vr for ho i-fwork. ioalI family;
E -r 2'rl at Socund avenue
T't iiaN On rhat'c-1 mrrcarea,
' , iiu' ii i". j-wt'liy. ami all articlei1
; W .!!. IM-i rwoYd avenue. 4-tf
, f ; .1 (fin ftjin (?rrn in'ii'sl troe
".rib-' etc. Ni fIMTHTC-J
,n 'il-vr.' roq-nr-'l. GMMI PAY.
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t. ?i vv id i be world;
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tl.FsMns AND AtiE NT4 If
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r H-tVTi? Sifl In. Kxpcr euoed men
i ; ' a a- ,tk; raw th-; inner mhk
1 1 wi-. N) (.th'T bourii-hoiii art tr ie
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!.: -OiLB' Box or Wakii:ofb
i ; - rf-;t !niiUe by Uat and a pei
'V!i:;i;,A!M 'tu f.in put away much
'o:vra:"; -,w a- in the average ward
'Bisr .- ' tnrot- artic'mii for the price of
v:tx- f-i nvk-nc or ;bippin;
'.. u.anijr. wife of the celebrated
. sr. :r.-'(' ',iv;nrei? :ire verv nice.
:r,?-.. f'-t. 514. $14: raime. $!3, $14;
5-:lk tmp'iile. i.V f.Kt. Al
i.i.bnati La Myrtle avenue, Broolt
tajioi & Co.,
earance Sale !
jus to Inventory July 15.
i-'ziins in Every Line.
etures and Frames
!"l'v- l'"r than asaal.
"i 'ecaro im cdoiCB.
R. CRAilPTON & CO.
Jsl HAM F..
-""iui(!i no roUowuiK"
'UrF-w !n.T ' OI Bne'nil.
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f,Cw-t.. and Second A.e.
B.mdy for Meal.
A stnrdy counfc-ymai walked into a
restaurant, asked for the bill of fare,
from which he made hia selection, and
ordered all- the dishes to be served up at
once. Soon afterv-ard the waiter spread
c.t V..r.' 1:5m tVe portions aked for
and Uoled ont with the usual parsimony.
The hnnjjry customer examined the
plates one after the other and Raid:
"That'll do; yocr samples seem all
right. Now hurry up with the dinner."
Feuille de ToumaU
la H dftccm.
Mr. Pitcher Oh, let me die!
Mrs. Pitcher (in d.sgnst) Yes, that is
just like you; you never could hold your
Created an Iinpmsion.
"I was the lion of the Jaj- once in my
life." Siiid Sam Davis the otlu-r night, as
ba Fat with Judn E.'.'ttrj' i.nd a party of
friends at the Palace hotel, San Fran
cisco. "1 was on my way from Ogden
to Siin Francisco in the days when the
porter had the ruu c f the sleeping cars,
and we had a lot of eastern tourists
aboard. My berth was near the rear,
and when the porter reached me he was
mad. The largest tip he had received
was a nickel, and in some cases he had
been given one and two cent pfeces. I
had paid for one nijfht, and when he ap
proached me I said:
'By the way, are yon the man who
blacked my lootsV"
" 'Yes, boss.'
" 'That was a nice job. and here is
three dollars for yon. '
"When he had pasted on a Maine man
flipped over cautiously and asked me
confidentially if that was the usual tip.
" 'Tip,' 1 exclaimed; 'uo sir, 1 was sim
ply paying for services rendered.'
"The fact was I had simply paid for
my berth and had iven the porter noth
ing. As a result the.nformation spread
through the car and tae porter reaped a
harvest. A few moments later I strolled
into the smoking room and the porter
said: 'That was a good rebuke you ad
ministered boss. It shan't cost you a
cent to pet to 'Frisco. I'll jnst tell 'em
you're one of de Rothschilds traveling in
'The word was passed and in a few
miaufes I was famous Every attention
was shown me. and wapn I reached here
I was burdened with .ill sorts of invita
tions." San Francisco Examiner.
Madam X . who is an exceedingly
charitable person, was in the act of pre
senting a poor woman and her two
ragged children with a quantity of use
ful articles, such as stockings, linen,
tickets for bread and wine, etc., when
her little daughter, a.ed seven, pulled
her sleeve and whispt red, "Look here,
ma, s'pose you give her my bottle of cod
liver oil as well?" Monde Comique.
Th. Faahiunatle Train.
"There is a sign at the railroad cross
ings which reads, "Look out for the lo
comotive when the bell rings.'
"There should be ore something like
it at the corners of our streets."
"You think so?"
"Yes. "Look out for the train when
the woman comes alon r.' " New York
Rather a ISluot An.vrer.
A teacher was impressing upon the
scholars of the primary sciiool the im
portance of perspiration. Having, as
she thought, fully explained the matter,
Bhe asked. "Now, Johnnie, if the pores
of the skin got filled np, what would
happen!" Johnnie thought a moment,
then answered briskly, "We'd bust."
This I for the Initiated Only.
"There's a lot of girls in the business
office," said the foreman to the proof
reader, "and they are all talking at
"What are they talkitg about?"
"I don't know; it sour.ds like a galley
of vocalized pi." Washington Star.
A flout of C'ld.
"This is Mr. William Norman."
"Ah, glad to meet you, William.
Pretty well posted on l his part of the
"Yes, I may say so."
"That is right. 1 always like to see a
Bill posted." Lowell Ciuzen.
A Slip of the Tongue.
Lady (unmarried) I st ppose you will
hardly remember that we went to school
Gentleman Oh, certa.nly 1 do! We
have grown old since thee beg pardon
at least, I have. Humorutische Blatter.
In Thl Age of Progress.
"There doesn't appear to be much of
the milk of human kindness these days,"
"Oh, I guess there's a g wd deal left,"
retorted Waggles, "only it's condensed."
A Better Plan.
Minister Tommy, if a jad boy should
dare yon to, would yoa kiock the chip
off his shoulder?
Tommy Nop; I'd kneck the head
often his shoulder. Kate Field's Wash
ington. Very Popular.
Totling You wouldn't class the hen
among song birds, would you?
Dimling Why not? We are all fond
of her lay. Truth.
LOOK OUT FOKTAEM. .
The I'taaunr n4 4 With Ba
sis Dimea Is there a IhtlTlac
JoantetfVttliia- EstabllalimrBt In
Where they come from or bow many
there are of them in the market, is. of
course, se far unknown, but the city is
flooded with counterfeit 10-cent pieces.
The only difference they present in ap
pearance from ordinary government coin
at a glance is that they are brand new.
They bear the date of 1891, and there is
nothing detectable in the ring, although
on careful examination they appear
lighter than the standard. On close
scrutiny of the edge it may be seen
wuerc the mcUl is joined.
There seems to be such a large quanti
ty of this metal afloat it would appear
that there must be a flourishing counter
feiting establishment somewhere in the
vicinity, and if st), the proper authorities
have a ch&nce to distinguish themselves
by unearthing it. li the meaulime it
would be wise for people to closely scrut
inize the dicnt'g which come into their
Coal Vallky, Aug. 26. John H.
Jones, of Rock Island, is stopping at his
daachtct's. Mrs. S. L. Stafford's, this
The Primitive chnrcb minister did not
fill his appointment.
Miss Ida Anderson a niece of William
Adams, is here visiting.
William McMeken, editor of the Galya
Standard, was here Monday.
Miss Armstrong, of Galesburg, 111., is
the guest of Miss Minnie Martin.
Teams have been fording Rock river
near Blossomburgh, which is aa nnusual
This week so far has bees fine for
thrashing, cool and pleasant. Farmers
are improving the time.
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Stafford left Situr
day for Lehigh, Webster countv, Iowa, to
visit a sister of Mr. Stafford's. "
Miss Lizzie Connor is visiting in Mercer
county, whe has also engaged the Sharp
school ia Henry county for next term.
Quite a number of people attended
camp meeting on Sunday. The Sunday
school was not fully attended on that ac
count. Miss Irene Peters has returned from
Bureau county where she has engaged a
term of school for eight months, to com
mence next month.
There are great preparations being
made for the barbecue which will com
mence on the 3 1st and end on the 2nd.
It will be held in Detman's grove, just
west of the village. Ii will be the place
to have eujoynieut. as no pains will be
soared to mnke things entertaining. W.
W. Warner, E-q , will make an address
on Tuesday forenoon at 10 o'clock.
25 Arnold Van Hoek to Edward Ver
hecke, tract by metes and bounds nwj 4,
IT. lw, $300. Also part of lot 16, nw J
4.17, lw, 1,300.
26 Charles F Hemenway to William L
Ooodnow . lot 2. block M, Prospect park.
South Moline, $ 250.
Homer C Metzgar to Charles B Sallow,
lots 5. 6, 8, block 13. S Brigham's addi
tion. Cordova. $400.
William T Bougbton to L 8 Skelton,
tracts by metes and bounds nw J, 17, 16,
C J W Schreiner, William Roth and
Georsre F Roth to George Sutcliffe lots
15, 86. 17. 13, 19, Schreiner & Roth Bros.
Cottage grove subdivision, ( 425.
EnilieS. Tbackson and Thomas A
Storm to William Scbnell, quit claim,
lot 6 block 1. Brigg's place, R I ,fl,
Ananias S Parker to John Cowley, part
of lot 2, Hun toon's addition, Moline,
E D Sweenev, William .Tck-on andT.
J Robinson to Atdrew J K-bii. lot 11.
tilock 1. Sweeut-v i!c Jackaou's Third ad
dition, Moline. $350.
MyraF Eisiratn to A W Q .fflih, i
lot 2. block 6. Edward's rir-t ndditioi,"
Moline. $1 100
JusisD B m.iim to John C H Re41 I
11, block 3. H-)hIj's mli-iiivi.-iou. Sou b
27 Estate of Michael Reinhart. Will
admitted to probate.
Estate of John McConnell. Hearing
on petition of legatees for an order re
quiring the executor to pay their legacies.
Petition granted and executor ordered to
pay over personal assets in his hands to
sid legatees nro rata upoa their fiiiog re
funding hi lids.
Estate of John Moran. Letters of ad
ministration issued to James Moran.
Bond fid and aporoved ,
Snuued to Th But.
All are entitled to the best that their
money will buy, so every family should
have at once a bottle of the test family
remedy. Syrup of Figs, to cleanse the
system when costive or bilious. For sale
in 50c and f 1 bottles by all leading druggists.
Estate of Rosalie Hartnagel, Deceased.
The undersigned having been appointed admin
istrator of the estate of Rosalie Hartnagel,
late of the county of Rock Island, state
of Illinois deceased, hereby gives notice that he
will appear 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 October next,
atwiicn time ail persons having claims against
said estate are notified and requested to attend,
for I be purpose of having the same adjusted. All
persons Indebted to said estate are requested to
make immediate payment to the undersigned.
Dated this 13th day of Antust, A. D 18V1.
J. H JOHNSTON, Administrator.
OTICB OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
F.etate of William Farrcll. Dt-ceased.
Pnblic notice is ben by piven that the under
signed. Catherine E. Faxrell. has this Cay filed her
final report and settlement as such in tde county
court of Rock Island county, and that an order
has bean entered by said court approving the said
report, unless objections thereto or cauee to the
contrary be shown on or before the 9tu day of
August, A. D. 1891. and upon the final approval of
said report the said Catharine E. Farrell will ask
for an order of distribution, and will also ask to
be discharged. All persona inteiested are notified
Rock Island. HI., Augusts, 191,
CATHERINE X. FARRELL,
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 Clothing
To be Bought for
115 arid 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 cood
Prices to suit every person.
CARSE & CO
1622 Second Avenue
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Bnuuii wr - and for circulars
-J. T. DIXOJNT,
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue