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THE ARGUS. THUKSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1891
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r-ns'f-L three lines in
h." ZT-. voung mn,
Ujj-Kr-" "sh .ue lime t
" -T7r women for liirht
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'Z- rTiXon.-ry and variety
rrTE "f, ' v y prcrtnt owner
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TT., .,! or commission:
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f . .It !f,l-Ii'I-. J " .,,.,.- 4-tf
.,,! ...'.-.n--n to take orders
1 ormrnrnral trees,
1 , , -c So experience
'r.-cj 'IT. -1 '"" eAY-
' I X CO.. KOCHWTKB.
. vho ro.ik anil bake to
. r"- I'1 !'T "''n lis
;;; r ' , ,rif-li if with nnler.
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"' .'J;.E" ! .iir'.--t- bv .lay and a per-
' " ..,.iiii:ISU;lV W much
: " !;,!'. a- in I If avr'rtsre ward
; ' t, ,. -i -t i -1 - for the pr'ce of
'- f.ir t..tck;ti!f or Uippinsr
'l - :f'- "f ','1:"r'iIe1
? ' ' ,"vw "- are v.-rv nic'.
vis Itrilc.ri-V ?" At-
Mvr:te u'eniie. Brook-
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SAW HER IN THE MORNING,
I saw her in t
Her 'ace III
She walked a
A wild rose
Bhe snn a te
I sat and lb
e morn ing fair.
mong the roses.
in her hair.
in the orchard
so sweet a song.
CRAMPTON & CO.
,ir.v .i ld tiori- .. tielr stock
of al! kind-, including
LVyelopedeas, Etc ,
Best Goods at Low Rates-
B ::V in 1 'd for Cnh or on Margin
o;. N'-'w York, Mn Frnnico. hiU
a-i -, o li rntan Ex h WlL'ep.
i"(::ueri; !tork unU B nls a specialty.
A. E. CfllSHOLM & CO.,
Hrrter timl Rrok.T.
AI)WA. NE A YORK,
sorted I T'i ; .;nl for circniar.
A. 0. HUESINU
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m-V 9 uiaer imp-mea ana weu
f-'3 r;tt.'wnrame Companies he following:
J" lMa"ce f'nmpany, of EnRlanrt.
rt:5e-ter i ire Inn. f :omiany of N . Y.
K-iKiKrraan Ins. Co., Buffalo, N. T.
'-t (if rnun In. Co., Rochaster, N. Y.
ire. m Co., of Pittsburgh, Pa.
l-f'T, I..,n,in. 6
Co., of California.
J ..' N,!W -. Conn.
J""r M.c:"ni Co., Milwaukee, Wis
naiL Fir- Ins. Co., of Peoria, 111.
aC -'. ISth St., and Second Ave.
pCK ISLAND, ILL.
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C 1)011 (It
Ire t avoid akinfr
. r -nr. (,r wn m4y j;.!,
' ' rum furilter nbligatifins a
' ' o my iiesire bond and
1 '.a. un-cour . snnld apply
"; to the AMERICAN
''rciilir on application.
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. . ""uue, hock i.iauu. 111.
GOB OF MEW
,k'W'M- Permanently He.td.
5'rin.,j,--.1Js.':r0,,".,,'- lability, and all
"Buit, 0, ,, ' J?r,r "romor later exoeaoes
S?1"!. Sj.i, r i,-pn,Teni' en. Failure
1 saw her wh hi the shadows
Fell long agon the lea;
She stooped i mong the asters
More fair t mn they was she.
Her gentle v. Ice was silent.
Her face w.ui marble pale.
And like a blessed angel
she moved along the vale.
I saw her In ' he evening
When twil ght's latest ray
Fell o"er the snowy hillside
In gentle sleep she lay.
ITpon her br w the roses.
The asters on her breast.
And oh, upon her cold, pale face
A smile of peace and rest.
Dow One Lawyer Secured Clients.
A successful lawyer who came to Xew
York citv a poor aud ambitious boy was
askeil how he had managed to secure his
regular clients. "Well," said he, "you
may le surprised at what I am going to
tell you, but it is n fact with me and with
many more lawyers. I have found that
when I won a case for a client I did not jcet
so much gratitude from him as I did re
spect from the ''lient of the other side.
hen in a case I have literally wiped up
the whole of New York county with the
side opposed to in.; I have always gained
that man's respect and admiration. The
chances have alwf-ys been even that in hia
next suit he wouli I come to me in the hopes
of seeing the other side wiped out just as
he was wiped out. It is m tins way that I
have ttaiued man of my profitable clients.
I could mention a dozen examples, but we
lawyers never cite names in such cases.
But here is one illustration.
I once thrashed, legally, of course, an
oppouent within ! n inch of his life. The
wiuningof that case did not yield me a
dollar directly, fi r it happened that my
client was never able to pay me for my
work, lint the o' her litigant came to me
afterward to try t ease for him. lie liked
the way in width 1 had beaten him. I
won his case. He liked that still better, of
course. I won tl ree more oases for him.
Now my client's I tisiuess forms an impor
tant part of my work. My defeating him
that time has brought many dollars into
my pockets a so: t of a tribute, vou might
say, to the victor." New York Tribune.
A Natural Question.
School children often show a decided
sense of humor. Chronicles of a school
room would giw the paragrapber many
bright things. Kecentlv a bov attending
school on the ease side fouud himself lo
cated with his pn rents in their new Niag
ara street home. The school year was al
most over, aud in order to secure promo
tion to the next higher grade, the young
chap trudged to 1 is old school for the rest
of the term. During the examination in
arithmetic at the close of the term he sud
denly exclaimed to his seat mate:
"Oh, I've doue both of those examples
"Well, what it blazes do you. want to
come from Niagara street for to do your
examples wrong?'1 was all the satisfaction
he got from a frit nd. Buffalo Express.
Wonderful Properties of Japanese Bell.
A Yale profess jr who lives on Prospect
Hill has, among other Japanese curiosities,
a remarkable antique bronze bell from an
old temple in Jipnn, where it was once
used by the piiests during their cere
monies. This lie.l is cup shaped and about
13 inches in diameter and 10 inches high.
The tone of the bell is remarkably soft and
musical, and a siugie touch will cause a
sound continuing for two or three min
A remarkable feature about the bell is
that it resounds when placed on a cushion
with the mouth upward, but why the sup
port does not urieot the vibration is a
point that has h therto puzzled physicists,
and no oue who has seen the bell can ex
plain the phenomenon. New Haven Pal
ladium. A Moose Horn Grafted Into a Tree.
Something of a curiosity is on exhibition
in a show windo'v at D. J. Ilennessy's. It
consists of a veri' large mouse horn, graft
ed into the base i f a tree. It has been in
that positiou for years, as the tree has
grown around it so as to get such a grip
on it that cutting the wood away is the
only means of se oarating the two. It was
found near the Kitty O'Brien mine on the
Highlands, south of town, l.y Tom Gor
don. It in evident that n: some remote
period a hunrsm in was chas.ng the mon
arch of the woods, who, iu running away,
was caught in a tree, and i:i trying to ex
tricate himself the horn v.oa broken off.
A Diving Cat.
Dr. Winterbot torn, who for forty-five
years lived opposite Prestbury church, had
a brook runuinc; by the end of his back
garden. A tortoise shell cat belonging to
the bouse would sit on one of two steps
leading to the water, and at sight of a fisfa
would dive into the water the same as a
dog, and seldom failed to come out with
the desired pnz This was a daily occur
rence. London 1 it-Bits.
I can recommend Ely Cream Balm to
all sufferers from dry catarrh from per
Bonal experience. Michael Herr, Phar
Lets for Bale
In Huher & Pee'.z' addition to the cit7 of
Keck Island, being the late Bailey Dav
enport's homestead, nicely and centrally
located, within Ave blocks of the post
office. Tide perfect. Terms liberal.
For particulars apply to the undersigned
at the People's National bank or on the
prf misee. Jons Feetz
In the pursut-. of tlie gooa things of
tnis world we hcticipate too much; we
at out tbe he&U and eweetae&s of world
ly pleasures by delightful forethought of
the 3i. The res llttTobtained from the use
of Dr. Jones' Rod Clover Tonic far exceed
aU claims. It c ures dyspepsia, and all
Hiomach. liver, kidney and bladder
troubles, it if i erlecl tonic, appetizer,
blood nurifler, n sure cure for affoe and
na!aril dinaei. Price. 50 cents, cf
I had catarrh of tbe head and throat
for five years. I used Ely s Cream Balm,
and from the f rst application I was re
lieved. The sense cf smell, which had
been lost, waf restored after using one
bottle. I hav i found the balm the only
sitisfactory remedy for catarrh, and It
hs effected a cure in my case. a. u.
Meyer, Waverly, N. Y.
Torn H a rvaat Excursions
n.. T.ioiJ.iti Ano- 95 and Sent. 29,
u i uou.ji) -
: v..a. .TKiiriinn tickets Will be
sold to points on the Chicago, Milwaukee
cJ St. faul ran way ai uno mu
J. E. Montrose. Manager.
FRIDAY EVE., SEPT. 11th.
Engagement of the greatest Dialect Comedy
produced In years.
National Swedish Quartette from
Peats on mle st tlarppr House Pharmacy Wed
nesday, 9th. Prices SS, 50 aud T5 cents.
Fick Headache and relievo all tho troubles icct
elect to a bilious state of the system, auch a9
Dizziness, Nausea, Drowsiness. Distress after
eating. Pain in the Side, &c While their most
2-eiuarkaHe success h&a been shown ia cuxiitg ,
Headache, yet Carter's Little Liver PTM at
equally valuable iu Constipation, curing aud pre
venting this annoying complaint,whilo they also)
correct alldieorderso: thestomaehitiumlate the
liver and regulate the bowels. Even it they onlj
'Aclietheywonldboalmoatprieelessto those wM
Culler fromthisdiatressingcomplaint; but fortu
nately theirgoodnessdoes no'.end hera,a!id those
who ence try them will find these little pillsvalu
able In Romany ways that they will not bo w.l
ling to do without them. But after allaick Bead
flfl the bane of bo many lives that here Is where:
Ve make our great boaat. OarpiUacureitwhila
Others do not.
Carter's Little Liver Pills are very rmnll ani
Very easy to take. One or two pills make a dose.
Thoy are strictly vegetable and do nov gripe or
purge, but by their gentle action please all who
use them. In vials at 25 cents; live for $1. Sold
fcy druggists everywhere, or scut by maiL
CARTER MEDICINE CO., New York.
SMALL PHI. SMALL DOSE!. SMALL PRiCt
: Shirt Factory :
We are now prepared to take
your measure and make
: i ts
Prices as Low as the Lowest.
A Wo all kinds of
1609 Second Avenue, Rock Islund.
Over Loosley's Crockery store.
MISS KATE BYRNES.
Hats, Fine Embroideries,
Ostrich Goods, . Velvets,
Ribbons, Straw Braids,
Laces, Velllnes, Gilt Trimmings
Jet and Gilt Ornaments,
1709 Second avenue,
-HA.9 DECIDED TO SELL OUT HI3-
On that Account Our whole Stock of
tag, Ms and
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
z&tje: aLJj&iiE: got 'ieimt.
Prices to suit every person.
CARSE & CO.
1622 Second Avenue
"imn n ts n iTilhnnt trftnNTmtvuvy tothekin. t
I mnVu. nit i.in.iift. frt-okl ana Uii-coloratioim Kor
sale by 11 lii-ft-elm drwirl ts or muled for 0 el.
Kiwipuu touiairo BoatiO (10 Spruoe
J. T. DIXOJN ,
And Dealer in Mens' Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue
.,:'ico ieir:. poons
fare for round inn.
E. D. W. Holmes, Agent.
t0 c6T.urKrUo.N. y.
I iruli tat it is