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THE ABQUB, MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 21, 1891
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""eatf t three lines in
IITs JarT or commission :
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Tt. .''ry. and all articles
- - "ivj wlf-nn-n to take order
..n A'''?? aad ornamental trees,
'":!'" ,r"",.-c no etperienca
- TTTiA cook ar.d hake to
"-a: ..v-'' in the world;
K,,r on WAKDRHR
huiis: iy day and a pei-
1 " . v e e r"t away a
r:. !-1 ' .t . ..f tii celebrated
ii"i',:.in :s re wry nice.
i-i U U: rami.', $12,?14:
:.!r"Io.iDJ '-rtlu 'lVlIla,: Br001"
Ltion Over !
n- for Work
-,-r;r. J Ur.v a.iiltions to the'r Stock
it: t-vt-ry di'i'irtneiit.
..- . f :: k:"'K including
fa!! M'l s,
Wt-bsier s Dictionaries,
i Goods at Low Rates-
A. 0. rtUESING
a'am o-her irae-tned and well
Fr fo" :ri?re Companies he following:
n hsi'ir.rt-fom-.anv. of England.
l-s-M-ti-rFirr i'.,m;iany of N. Y.
saowrnar. In-, to., Buffalo. Jf. T.
ircrmiir. In.Oo., Rochester, N. T.
lit! I;.". C i., if Pittsburgh, P.
t- i)-fl -i. ,,r inn.
n !r .) ., ' 'tl'.filTT.ia.
ir.t. Ill Yw n iven. Coin.
illi'e M ctiai.ir. Ir.a fn MOvkntH Wis
tisttdrclti-. c i of Peoria, 111.
pSCr. IStb St , and Second A.ve.
.OCS ISLAND. ILL.
T"" o-i! r re aid Time-tried Companies
r "l.tv erred.
OSES PROMPTLY PAID.
. sv r,.! Dje oonjny ga
: wnffr Ueeiieited.
Surety on Bonds
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I : r
; -, - to ire b.ind in "p'wi-
io li ire to avoid a?kins;
r -ii ,"lc. or who may mi?h
'r -in furiher obligations s
"i riiy desire bonds and
I II 'h-roi'.r . should appiv
r ti, the AMERICAN
"I cw -or. Caitl Capital
' " riri-til ir on application.
J . uune. Kock Island, III.
McniPTtos, A SriOULTT.
Fourth Ave .. . . -.
v4 3 acknowlp,lj
r'.MVI I " 1'''il"f remwty
iL' "'AN- i''""'r,1' A if
'""mw iii B 'be only tio reni'T
. ' ciGMTiiii. IK and tuo.
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C I'lCiTT. In,
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Sept. 18 Estate of Mari Kathrina
Strecker. Letb-n of administration is
sued to Daniel f trecker. Bond filed and
Estate of W.lliam Little. Inventory
and appraisement bill filed and approved.
Estate of Maranda Adamson. Petition
by Henry Adamson for letters of adminis
tration with will annexed filed.
EUate of E-ick Munson, deceased.
Will admitted to probate. Letters testa
mentary to Ellen B. Munson. Individ
ual bond bond filed and approved, eecur
ity being waved by will.
Guardianship of minor heirs of Samuel
M. Boney. Eeport of guardian ap
proved. Receipt and release of ward.
Matthew Boney, filed and approved, and
guardian dischatged as to him.
19 Estate of Mahala Sexton. Letters
of administration, with the will annexed,
issued to Edgar Humphrey. Bond filed
Estate of William H. Smith. Letter
of administration issued to Peter Fries .
Bond fi'ed and epproved
Insanity or Ptter August lUegert hear
ing. Verdict icsane and a pauper. Or
dtreJ cemmitted to Central insane hospit
al at JacksonviU .
13 Frederick Frisk to Alfred Johnson
lot 16, Sweeney & Jackson's addition,
Rpnonered Hi Faith.
Ribbi Freuder, of Temple Emanuel in
Davenport, surprised his .congregation
the other evening by resigning and an
nouncing as his reason that he had re
nounced Judaism, because he could no
longer believe in that fai h. Rabbi
Freudtr his been in Davenport about 14
months, and many members of bis con
cregation reside in Rock Iilnnd. He
had previously been in St. Paul and S.n
Diego. He is b it 33 years old out a man
of exceptional ability, and be was well
Mked by his people in the three cities.
He has t f ten pr ached in the Unitarian
cnurcn. He do js not know what be will
do in tbe future. The rabbi was not an
orthodox Jew, but was a follower of the
teformed bn.net of Judaism.
IN A TERRI3LE PREDICAMENT.
A Californian'a Narrow Escape from
Sak Francisco. 6pt. 19. J. H. Bacon,
proprietor of a candy store in Oakland,
lives on the baaksof Lake Merritt. He
felt restless Vednesday night, and
thought to quiet his nerres by walking
on the banks of t he lake for a while. He
went out along the rock work, where it
follows tbe outl ne of the shore. On one
side was the lak j and on the other a sort
of swamp. Suddenly he fell to the stone
work, which gave way beneath him, and
he was dropped into the mud on the In
side of the wall. He made an effort to
climb up, but the reck crumbled under
his grasp, and t- he struggled he sank
deeper into the mud. He soon found that
ii was dangerot s to struggle, and If he
kept up his exertions to release himself
he might go completely out of sight, and
so he stopped itruggling. He tried to
cry for assistance, but he has not a strong
voice, and before many moments his voice
had given out, and he was left absolutely
Saved by "the Skin or His Teeth."
The night crept on and there was no
relief. All night long he hung suspended
in the mud, with his head thrown back to
keep his mouth above the water, not dar
ing to move for fear of sinking still deep
er in the soft bltck ooze. About 5 o'clock
a boy road across the dam and saw a face
peering above the mud and water. He
stopped, not knowing whether it was a
corpse or not. A r. Bacon waved one hand
and sank a little deeper, and then the boy
determined to e? amine. Help was found,
a plank was run out to him and he was
taken to the receiving hospital almost
insensible. He recovered during the day
enough to be removed to his home.
BASEBALL MAGNATES CAN'T AGREE.
The Association and League Negotia
tions Result in Failure.
Xew.York, S?pt. 13 The League and
Association bast hall magnates have been
conferring for two days trying to settle the
trouble between them growing out of the
League signing men who j nped their
Association contracts, notalil . Kelly, the
beauty. The last meeting was held yes
terday and faile 1 to make things satisfac
tory. Then tbe League m -.nntes met and
resolved to have no more cuferences, but
inviting tbe Association to come into
the national agreement and intimating
that it would be received with open arms
provided of cot.rse that the Association
drop its unreasonable contention that
base ball contracts shall be considered
sacred as o hers.
The Assoc iation Stands Pat.
This leaves matters in pretty much the
same condition is before. Tbe American
association is cot likely to enter the na
tional agreement again unless King,
Baldwin, Reilly, Kelly, Stovey, Bierbaui-r
and other contract-jumpers are returned
to it. The League simply invites the
Association to v.-alk into its folds again.
It is only a prtlimiuary skirmish and is
not likely to result in peace. The League
adjourned subject to the call of the cbair.
Rome and it Sectarian Marriage.
Hartford, Sept;, 19. William Grant,
of Bridgeport, married Mary Reilly, a
Roman Catholic, tbe ceremony being per
formed by a Methodist minister. Later
Grant became a Roman Catholic himself.
Still later Gran" obtained a court divorce
from his wife, and then applied to the
church to have t he divorce confirmed. A
board of priests declared the court divorce
valid, and also tbe marriage by a Meth
odist minister. An appeal to the archie
piscopal tribunal was made, and the de
cision was rever sed. Then an appeal was
taken to Rome, and the highest author
ity of tbe church has decided that the
Methodist marriage was valid.
A Big Conscience Contribution.
Boston, Sept. 19. Tuesday of this
week Mr. H. L. M. Tower, of Ball &
Tower, attonwys for parties unknown,
paid into the State National bank J18.1S0
aa "conscience money." Mr. Tower him
self does not know from whom this
money cornea, but it is believed to con.e
from the execitor of some estate or
through a death-bed confession. The only
clue the bank has is the fact that in 1865,
while the teller's back was turned, a bag
of gold containing about 13,003 was taken.
This amount taken at its premium value
at that time ami with interest compund
ed figures just i.bout the amount returned
te the bank. .
Lemon ice cream at Krell & Math's.
Peach ice cream at Krell & Math's.
Peach ice cream made from fresh ripe
peaches at Krell & Math's.
Chocolate, vanilla and peich ice cream
and lemon ice at Krell & Math's.
The finest and sweetest line of French
candies just received at Krell & Math's.
Harper's Theatre, .
J. E. Montrose, Manager.
icko wkes Greatest Comic Succ
Br a Strong Company and a Grand Chorni of
Az O VOICES 4 O
J. E. Montrose, Manager.
ONE NIGHT ONLY.
THURSDAY, SEPL, 24TH.
Cnd er the management of
J. H. HAVERLY.
eati at IT amp r Hnusc Phavmntr Tntria.
S.pt.2. ' "
Burtis Opera House,
THURSDAY EVE., SEPT. 24.
FIRST TIME HIRE.
William Gillette's Brilliant Comedy Triumph,
Roars of Laughter ! Shouts and
Roars of Laughter ! j Screams!
Under the person! supervision of-
Prices- SI. (0. 75. 50 and S5 cents. Seats at
Fluke's Saturday, Sept. 19.
Sick Eeadache end relieve all the troubles tncf.
dent to a bilious state of the system, such afl
Xizzinesa, Nausea, Drowsiness. Distrena after
eating. I'ain ia the Side, ko. While their moat
remaikale success has bem shown in curing
Headache, yet Carter's Uttlo ZAmr PTCU are
equally valuable in Constipation, curing and p re
Tenting thiannoyinprcoiuplaiut,wLil9 they alas
correct all disorders of thastomaeh,atiumlAts thta
Iircr and regulate the bowels. vonil'Uiejro&l
Aelethcywouldtx) almost priceless to those wM
Eu'.'er from thia distressing complaint; butf ortu
r atoly thcirpoodnoeis d o no.end hcrand thosa
vhoonce try Uiem will find tnese little piils vala
r.blo in sonjony ways that they will not bo w;I
ling to do without them. But af tor aliaick heat
fjsihetraerf sn tnttsy lives that hero Is whore
Wemakemir gnat boast. Ouriillacureitwlnla
Others do not .
Carter's Little Liver Tills are very small ana
very easy to fiue. One or two pills make a doae.
d'iipy are strictly vegetable and do no. gripe or
T-urjV. but by thuir gentle action please all who
use them. Invialsot2.'icents: fire for fl. fioU
tjy druggists everjwbexti. or aeut by mail.
CARTER MEDICINE CO., New York.
SMALL Pll L SMALL DOSF, SMALL PRICf
jjR Humphreys' br-Bcincs are scientifically and
carefully prepared prescriptions ; used for many
years In private practice with surcess,and for over
thirty years used by the people. Every single Spe
cific is a special cure for the disease named.
Tbfwe 8peclncs cure without druEguur. purg
hur or reducing the system, and are In fact and
deed the eoTcrclga reetUelthe orlo.
Ff vera. Congestion. Inflammation...
a Worms, Worm Fever. Worm coitc. .
5 ( rvinir falicorTeethingof Infants ,Ui
3 Diarrhra, of Children or Adults....
5 Itysenlerv. Orlplng, BtUoiis Coiic
S t'holer Merbaa, Voniltlng
Zl'taiks, Cold, Bronchltta
T nothache. Faeeache
tt ntaflartfti sick Headache, Vertigo .It!
l-i Wkitea, tooProfuje JHerlods... ii
13 ( ro. CouKh, Dtmrolt Breathing 'iS
STZ.,. t . VmltlM FrniltlllllL S
it V.l-- L bhM,mmtli. lnTtll -3k
iS FeVerand Aie.Chllla.lIjaarla.... .50
n Piles. Blind or Bleeding.............. .50
5 ('Ktarrh, Intluenia, Cold in the Head
!i Waeopinr ,. viJe,n' Coneha.
84 lieneral Krbllitv.Hiysical Weakneas
n I ri.pir. Wr.knr... Wetting Bed. .5
Si Uiseaaea eftaeHaart, Palpitation l.ua
Sold by Druggists, or sent postpaid pa receipt
of price. Dr. Hntrmiv.' Minn, (144 pages)
tichly bound in cloth and gold, mailed tree.
HUMPHREYS' MEDICINE CO,
Cor. William and John Btreeta, Hew York.
-has decided to sell our his-
On that Account Our whole Stock of
Clotlg, its ai Caps
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Fas 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 & GO.
1622 Second Avenue
Imnart m. ha-iLiiant trmlVBaVrIU'T to the kin. ft
LnvM nil n.n.niM- frfrklf and diMWIormtloM. For
ISfe by all IirrkKMafw omral U, or oiauwu ir w cwav
1 AI flP !.- ' to cunpa by
i m fauna on
n s ubiA i -EONELL
Smram AlWaaaaauw Bcmxau iw op .
t nw mo tracts may
I tnada lot ft i I
J. T. TDIXOJST,
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue