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THE ABQTJB. BA URDAY, AUGUST 29, 1891
Lemon ice cream at Krell & Matn's.
Peach ice cream at Krell & Math's.
Music at Spring Cove every afternoon.
Free lunch at Nel Willftden' Sat
Peach ice cream mde from fresh ripe
1-eai.his m K.ii ;:.'a.
Chocolate, vanilla and peach ice cream
and lemon ice at Krell & Math's.
The finest and sweetest line of French
of HiH Bant for Both Sejcs.
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M.K-MEV AND AGENTS If
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r' i' i.iirt fur Lti airency of my
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Li-"'.ll- Hi'Jt OB WilDBItl
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a:.r;.a-;tl y.n oin put airar ae ninch
autr a :n tur aTerao ward
's' ir.rt aniciep lor ine pncf or
w :iirr; for jiack:uj or ahiiiptne.
iv2il-. w.r of the celebrated
y :j-t' !oua2s are very nice.
r-'-i. :". iii.fu: ramie. $12,514:
fii: -.ii Iirocalflle. $K, $31). AL
Lvuriiiil .iDi Mrrtie afenu;, ilrnoi.
arance Sale !
t:is to Inventory July 15.
pi:s ia Every Line.
ares aud Frames
'I".'.1 iV.dtl-,a mi, woak. Prieea
'"wer thin usual.
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H. CRAMPTON & CO.
w tompaniei hefoitowmg:
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Mraar. "1U"t Conn.
'a. island. ILL.
TOO MUCH OF A GOOD THING.
n Bought Slow Drying Tarniah for His
It is perfectly right and proper to
frrarify erery reasonable, wish of one's
wife, snd th t is ti e reason I got into a
When iuy wife aroeei from the break
fast ta'fii- revcuuy kIis tnrned to me with
"My dear, can't you send down a cop
cf varnish and a brush fram the store
"Nothing easier," I replied; "bat what
on earth do yon want with vinmish?"
"I want to varnish my sewing ma
chine; it is looking awf nl rnsty."
I did not- rhera were two kinds
of varnish a quick drying and a slow
drying so I simply ordered vaiuidh
and a brush. They would be sent imme
diately. I went on to the office.
I took dinner at f. down town restau
rant, and the varnis and brush had not
entered my mind during the whole day.
J"Ust as I catered ; ho gat in the evt n
iitd I thought of the;n.
It was -good dark." but the hall lamp
had not hoc a lighted.
And I think tltat r un a part of the plot.
I opened the doo 1 uryfcOly and sted
in a brisk walk down the ball.
I had hardly, talsy-n & step when I
riMnmedmy kuee ajrahiMt a cir. An
other stoj atiui.aw chrti! Doth shins
skwiwcd and ia tho ditrk! I twk anotliev
iT aUli uy foot lai.ded saely uposi
t!w baWyV fittl rrch-r. whav-fi yroaiNVd
ua bottom nwwnsd, eaicr m
losjt my c-qBiUiriai, id J wi t)Kwl
ing to. the floor, stri'ang two or three
niftse ehairs iu the mi an time.
It mrnie a terrible racket, and my wife
A What's tlie matter, dear?"'
"Oh, nothing. Just swtoietfng corners
out here with chafrs and things," I an
swsred as calmly as pjssfbj.
I PtiiapabWd "to my fj ansl started
aeain. wtwn I struck tt kfcwtd ma
chine, varnish and all, whvch Ia4e4l me
rbia timasxnack into the baby carria.',
lmeating the springs and very newly
breakmg my neck.
"Did you hurt yourself, dettr?" came
that veice again, which had tjajs effect of
making me feel like cl-oking tb life ut
of something ow sodmJ ody.
"Did I liuat iuTs'lf, you wk? Oh, no,
not much." said I, "only broke a leg and
arm aad jiunthcd ote eve onb luat'd
"Why d.m't yon come in?' she in
quired in a tone of voice that was re
markable fr its calmr.ess under the cir
enmrtances. "Cbme in?" I scream-id, "how in the
nanie of sweet ijolomoii can 1? Haven't
I been trying fur thw b.t ten minutes to
corns in. end don't I ru-i a groat rik of
losing my lifo every time I ty ii? Why
in the name of all the sainte didn't you
tell me this morning you were going to
move out into the haK, so I culd kave
governed myself accordingly?"
Then she came to the door with a
lamp, and I succeeded ta get frag myself
nnan"led from that miv
which presented the appearaae of hav
ing wevn KK'Keii oy a t orgia mule.
I stepped into my room with a weary,
bruised feeling, and laid my hand on the
bacV f a big rocker.
"Don't touch that it is vmiwvV"
"So I discover," said I, as I pulled my
nngers rrom it.
I went over to anothpr Hiair st-nA n-na
preparing to sit down.
"Don t ut there it is varnished!"
I made a dive for another chair. And
was stopped varnished:
xne ciock was ticmng very laiuy, and
I knew it wanted windfr g. Wthm I. en
deavored to tato my R.tn fria it, it
came with tbeui. My fingers had ag.iin
stuck in vami:sh!
I was lf Hiring desperate.
My next move was to try a truck I
dared not risk an- more chains. I took
a seat l-f.re sae could interfere, this
time, aiid ruiaed a n-.-.v p ir of breeches
by tiie operation tue t Tink was var-nir-hed:
Thio was too much.
"Now, taen," said I, afrer pullinar my
self lo.se from the iruak. "will yon
please tell me. while I sta id right still.
wnere ami v.-iuit you Ir ve vamtsfwd?
I would like to move ii.-lliBenttv after
this. I se the baby has escaped, which
is esjihtiuefl, I suppose, from the fact
that your stock of vamtt-h was exhausted
before it came her turn."
She looked at me a moment with a
pitifnl smile, which smacked somewhat
of cunt. in pt, and replied:
"Don t talk foohsu now. Go and sit
on the front stoon. evert thins will be
dry by tuinoiruw uiortg."
oil tin tile Iroiil sloop, indeed! Have
you, then in reality, smeared that stuff
"Don't inv machine loo dm
said, ignoring lay questioii, and point
ing with a satisfied air at the toichis,
which, by the way, was minus a leaf
jeikeil off in my last undignified fall into
the baby carriage.
"Maohine? Hang the m ichine! You
did not stop with that; you've varnished
everything in the house, including the
house cat and window curtaina!" I ex
claimed, with more vehemence than dig
nity. At this outburst from me she laughed
with a heartiness that was quite un
uswd with, her, and replied :
"Well, twecything needed it I want
you to send me another cup tomorrow
for the dining table and saf a.
"You do?" Well, I won't! I wouldn't
trust you with anoUier ounoe of varnish
in this house for fl.000,000! Do you un
derstand the amount 14.00),000! Now,
that's a fict; I wouldn't!"
It turned out that I had purchased the
low drying kind, of course, aud for the
nest month my fingers stuck to every
thing I touched, and some of the articles
that fell a prey to the brush ef that ama
teur artist are not thoroufr ly dry yet
three months afterward. J. M. Barron
in Atlanta Constitution.
Both In tho Sana Boat
Old Clothes Man Have ja any old
clothes that you want to get rid of ?
T ravers No. Have you? Clothier
canaies just received at Krell & Math's.
For Rent With
rooms former!? occupied by the People's
'""ni ons at isu7 B?cond avenue.
Enquire at the Peop!e's bank.
rici ice cram iiL.;8 the ieid and
Krell & Math take the lead iu turning out
ine finest, purest and best in the tnree
cities. Try them whp-j -mi a-gnt eo'iae
tning nice in cream.
h A. Smith, of Moline, has a number
of choice iots in his addition to the city
Of Kock I'lulll nil Tl..'r!iF-.i 1H -r,'
t " m -j "
Thirty-ninth streets, one bluck south of
tne s.reet railway, wtiich he oSets at a
narKin. Any one wishing a lot for a
home ought to see this tine addition be
iulB puliUbii.K. piiiu, aud (uiCeS iveu
on ajjplioiliou. A good sidkwalk in front
of each lot.
Onirn!fiH.1 rnr r.. Tant i...
We authorize our advertising druggist
to sell you Dr. Kiu's New Discovtry for
nnninmnlmn 1 , . i . . 1 . .J ' l J - . .
his eoaditioo. If you are frfll cted with
l.'.Orippc r.nd wi'.l uc thij romcdj ac
cording u) uirixlious, giTine it k tair
tiial. aud tjptrit-cc co lnt:ui, ,ou aiay
relurn the bottle anj have your morcy
refunded. Wc mke this oiler because
of the wonderful success of Dr. King's
New Diecoyery during last season's epi
demic. Have Leatd of no case in which
it failed. Try it. Trial buttles free at
Hans & Bahneen's drug store. Large
size 50c, and $1.
I was treublad with catairh for seven
vears previous to pmir ncinc the u e of
E'.j's Cream Balm. It has done for me
ubat otner so-called cures have failed to
do cured Be. The effect of the Balm
femed mat;ical. Clarence L. Kuff, Bid
lurlis Opera House,
TUESDAY, SEPT. 1.
LINCOLN J. CARTER'S
tJranil Scenic Production,
The Fast Mail.
10 set of Ssocial Scenery. Flight of the
Fasl Mail. Nisrara i'allj by ff oonllsfct,
with Boiling JJi.-t. Traclical workiu;:
itairtne. and V, Preisht Cars, with II
lutotcatcii (abow. The Dago
Die. Realintic irer Scene
and Steamboat Explosion.
The Police Patrol and
100 oihT rt rtlln
Reserve Bests by telephone So Sil.
PRICES-f 1.00, TS, SCI and 2:.
Or THE CONDITION Or THE
Rock Island Savings Bank,
AT BOCK ISLAND,
State of Ilhnoia. before tbe commencement of
hasiurts on the 30th day of Aug-nat. ism. aa
made to the Auditor of Public Accounts, of the
grate of Illinois, pcrsuact to law.
Loaaand DlaronnU $54G frfu IS
Honcis and Slock I3.0ta) oo
Cash on hand 38,Tl t
Hue from other hanka 1S5,I4 I
jr'urai ur ui.d fixtures 74.1 ri
Current expenses 80S IS
Capital Stock r aid in fl0liO0n
Unnivided profits 17 5' la
ludividnal iie ocits rubjoi 10 eh ck.. 4-V7 4V) (7
Lienuind ccri.ncatjs of depost. !Wl,ttt7 j
State or Illinois, (
Hiick Nlatid I'ownry I
t. J V UulortL. rahier of fir R'Kk flnnd v-
inj.'s Hank, d solemnly sw.-jtr thnt tne atirvi
statemet.t ts true, to the he-t o' av know..T twe
aul belief. J. V,. 15 "FO ID. 'aa er
Snhacr bed and pwo.-l to h f . e me thi Ittt
day of August. lv.l. F.J. klXN'KV.
seal. oiary Puolic.
For MEN ONLY
YOUNG MEHOLD MEN
StI IS THI TOILS Of THI SU'ilTS (F IIStASC.
They salt heroic sflorta to froa thansalTeo,
oat aot aaowi&f Sow to taecMsfally
rR-JSHAKE OFFTHE HORRID SNAKES
ui-t aiw up id dspatr snd alok iDloanMrl.
, yran. Wfcst u EKkOS ! Tarn k HELrtt
OUR NEW BOOK
ttnt frvtv not rl4. (BralsXl)
tk pkllukupfay ol DUstu
m ud AflSictloBt of th
Orcavna of U.va, bb4 kow bf
br Bctnvdt ulut)T Mr
nm, tha went sma-iBB f
loat mr FsvlliBc MsBmoo4.
J GfBcraVl tva4 Herroas !-
- Ln.a. 1..kaus mlt Bawstar
f ud Mini. !km f Errors
or Ehhi, or
BhrmnkB Orrtvaf ran Carrol. BflM 1b A.y.
CKGArtS PAST! mf BODY pUla V U litwrnM.
Msmi wufT IWai t 8nii, TsrTiione sad Priga CoBtatrw.
Tern sarnji writ thfrn. Far Rtwlt.ran supi-navtino and pnnJ.. avtsrM
ERIE MEDICAL CO. BUFFALO, N.Y.
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Estate of Rosalie ilartnagel. Deceased.
The undersigned having been ai.polnted admin
Istraior of the estate of Rosalie Hartnag-I,
late of the county of Pock Island, slate
of Illinois deceased, hereby gives notice that he
will appear before the county conrt of Rock
Island connty, at the office of the clerk of ssld
court, in the city of Rock Island, st the Octo
ber term, on the first ilonday in October next,
at which time all persona having claims seams t
said estate are notified and requested to attend,
forthepurpose of having the same sdjnsted. All
persons Indebted to said estate are requested to
make immediate payment to tbe undereig-ned.
Dated this Utn day of Ant ust, A. D . lbl.
J. K. JOHNSTON. Administrator.
OTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Estate of William Far-ell, I?seascJ.
Public noiice is her by riven that the nnder
signed, Cath'rlne E Farrell, ha thi ''ayJiled hr
final report aid settlement as such in tte eonnty
court of Rock Island county, and that an order
has beeu filtered by said court apptoving the said
report, unless objections thereto or cause to the
contrary be shown on or before the 9th day of
A u rust. A. D. 16W. and upon the final approval of
said retort the ssid Catharine E. Farrell will ask
for an order of distribution, and will also ask to
be discharged. All persons inteiested sie notified
Rock Island. 111.. Anrast 28, 1891.
CATHEHI5K S. FARRKLL.
-HaS DSCIDED TO 8BLL OUT HIS-
On that Account Our whole Stock of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Has to be Disposed of
AT ANY PRICE.
7 EL! frf
Worth of Men's, Boys1 and Children's Clothing
To be Bought for
115 and 117 West Second Street, DAVENPORT, IA.
School Days Are Now upon Us!
carse a, 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.
W e have tried to meet the demand for a o-ood
Prices to suit every person.
CARSE & CO.
1622 Second Avenue
raBs imiM-rt HUint rrmf.)ran- to tht Battn. R
I mov ail ptn.pl. free!- bjmI UicoorOon. Foe
i tfi b all nrKt-cix ilruirpt'-BB or mailed fur Ov tc
II am lai mm. bbi KMip 7
otrnnt n? "J"
nvuwwu v Bang ror ctrcojars
J. T. DIXOJST,
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenne