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THE 'ABGUB. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 13, 1891
K: Exchange ""Tin
(, j4eu- j one uaj
iDdars at word
t.-ons three u "
,.', t"-L .i,.irr. and all article
. i.m"'"'s ' J,,,d .venue.
r;DL. P.n: malse-. Wright
I.irfS "'. ,.
rTTj itant Ilonsc-
r;n A";;!?, ..mammal trees.
i . ,h i-c No experience
t.jTuU. G.H.I PAY.
I CO., ItoCHIBT.a,
-n. .rr and lUEn in
r?-Vir"tinS!t..vein the world;
ft siWi: '".r.
I. i 1 .
''"J,; "anilToncsu put away as much
jUlrl"'" f,,r th nriee of
',nnin for packing or ehippm;
wilu tne celebrated
'-'T,r,r.U: SiVll 8. $14;
f 1, fdU AM
Maiai Myrtle avenu
cation Over !
HilPfi & CO.
I ...eY 1 ail litions to their stock
IDitsfff I :c every detriment.
.Jup.to of all kinds, including
tncyclopedeas, Etc ,
3t G jods at Low Rates-
, D. HUESING.
wi anoai? other lme-trled and well
: r .re unaraace Companies be following:
ilourance Comnanr. of England.
Me-ier Fire las. Comrjanv of N . Y.
kiio German In?. Co., Buffalo, JJ. T.
astor tif rmm Inn. Co.. Roehastar. If. T.
jolii,. Oo., nf Pittsburgh, Pa.
I' fcreufflce. London.
t-MW. Co. ..of California.
f::?!oi. Cj.. New Hiveo, Conn.
Iwiiee Mechanics Ins. Co.. Milwaukee, Wis
fss. fire In. Co., of Peoria, 111,
f ix Cor. 13th St., and Second Ave.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
J. M. BUFORD.t
Ts o'd ?n and Time-trie OompnlM
Uunrrell-ble company ua aflntV
Surety on Bonds
l BOXDSMF.S 8CPERCEDED
" o avoid askinft
T'i-i'i from further oblizattoiiB an
" !! dMire hnnrin ud
I -yp 1 ; TJQ in ih-'cour , should apply
lrJ'':Wr to tlie AMERICAN
I " i nL J ! o. Ch Capital
ui- ri fie circillnr on annliratinn.
i J-'J. UElUKKSECiir. Aifent.
i.l- eooi avenue. Kock Ialuud, III.
30RST VOV trnrnirc, k ...
pRtscBrr-noHs a Spwhaltt.
Ave. and Twentv-TMrd St.
i u acknotrK'Opco
'in lemline nnie! foi
l.onorrtanpa d- Cilert.
1 ne cnlr w-o remedy f
I t-rearribe it and feci
f!te in nsMinmeudiiiS U
Soldi by lraeKiateV
Bat Jaw Nfivar z-fl'.L
-My deur grandson." said the lovinir
grandmothyr aa she gently stroked the)
boy's fair hair, "I find my sight is fail
ing me, and 1 fear that ere long I shall
no longer bs able to knit the socks which
I have sen- yon so regularly during the
past five years."
"Oh, do not Bay bo, my dear grand
mother," exclaimed the young man in a
passionate outburst as the light of a
great joy broke over his face. "This is
too, too nnch. 1 cannot bear it."
Clothier ai d Furnisher.
6110 KT Tit A MP AFTER DIXXF.R.
True to II In Friend.
The trai ts on one of the railroads lead
ing into Atlanta are notoriously slow,
and they .ire on that account much fre
quented by tramps, who can readily
catch on as they pull out of stations.
Not long ego as a passenger train stopped
at a water t.mk a tramp, dusty and tired
looking, flipped off a truck and ap
proached tht- conductor.
"Ain't yo:i the conductor?" he asked.
"What were von doinir nnrW that
car?" was nil the information he re
"Ridin; yoa didn't s'Dose I was wallHn
"Well, what do you want? Tw the
"For tho Lord's sake, mister, can't you
put more it Aim on, or put a brakeman
out behind to push her. or do something
to git along faster! 1 want to git to
Atlanta before the exposition is over."
"Come off." growled the conductor.
"If you tlou't like it whv don't von
"Because the president of this road is
a friend of mine " and tha framn riranr
himself up in a dignified way, "and if I
wain lilt eat the train there about eight
hours, and that'll set comnetin linpa tr
makiu nt.kind remarks. 1 ain't goin
back on a friend in no sich low down
manner as that, even if I didn't git to
Atlanta i i time to make New Year's
calls; you hear me, cully conduc"
The cot.ductor gave him a seat in the
smoking car after that, and he went to
sleep and forgot that there was any such
place on the map as Atlanta. Detroit
Free Pres s.
There fire heights to be reached in
every profession, and it is not to be won
dered at if those of his own profession
are considered superior to those of any
other by the enthusiastic artist Mar
tin, the popular French singer, found
food for reflection in an experience
which he had with a cab driver. The
incident it related by the athor of "Sou
venirs d'un Chanteur."
Martin had a voice of great compass
and most agreeable sound, of which he
was decidedly proud. He had a weak
ness for drawing out compliments
One dry, as he was being driven
through he streets of Paris in a cab, he
saw some one passing carelessly in front
of the cat , and in danger of being run
"Whoa!" he cried, in his most sonorous
tones. Tiie coachman turned around
"Oh, monsieur!" he cried, "what a
beautiful 'whoa!" Ah. if 1 only had a
voice like that!"
"Well, what would you do if you
had?" asl ed Martin, with a smile, be
lieving that be had been recognized, and
pleased at the idea that his reputation
extended even to the drivers iu the
"What would I do. monsieur? Faith.
I should 'lecome the first coachman in
Paris." Youth's Companion.
The scholars iu one of our Sunday
schools vere schocked one session re
cently by an answer given by one of the
small boj'3 in the juvenile department
The day lessons had been finished, and
the superintendent had been telling the
young members the story of Adam in
the Ciardon of Eden, finishing his story
with the remark: "And so Adam was
very happy. Now, can one of you chil
dren tell what misfortune befell him?"
The small boy above mentioned piped
out, "Please, sir, 1 know; he got a wife."
Provide mce Telegram.
Tears for Mary.
rpallv a niece of a Kentle. lit
tle spring lamb?" asked the new boarder.
as he sm.rpenea nis smie on me muie
"Yes, it is!" snapped the landlady.
TVra .'jime to his eves and his voice
ras choked with sobs as he gasped.
... 1 'I V
"How b- jad M-mary must leei; aew
T7orlr-nc iiIdvhI S meSD trick OH his
neighbor down at Metuchen."
.,,-!.- : , nrrt,Kr h aa heen fatten
. a i TVon lrntrlviTlo All RT1 TT1-
ing a turner tor c i
. i : 1 - Knf la rf Antf. .
mer. ana tiarKiua mueu - ;
fat with the turkey's food. "-New Yorki
LOCAL SOTICES. ,
Lemon ice cream at Krell & Math's.
Peach ice cream at Krell & Math's.
Chocolate, vanilla and pech ice cream
and lemon ice at Krell & Math's.
Call on E. B. McKown for hatd "wood
and soft coal. Telephone 1.198.
The finest and sweetest line of French
candies just teceived at Krell & Math's.
Several modern houses onThirtv-sixth,
Thirty-seventh, Thirty eigth and Fortieth
streets for sale oj for rent, E. H. Guyer.
Good family horse, bngey and harness
for sale cheap if sold this week. En
quire of E D. W. U jlmes at C, M. & St.
Brick ice cream takes the lead and
Krell & Math take the lead iu turning out
the finest, purest and best in the three
cities. Try them when you want some
thing nice in cream.
J. E. Montrose, Manager.
ONE NIGHT ONLY,
The Funniest Merriest and Prettiest
Farce Comedy on Earth, "
m Under the management of Levy & Cw.m.
Did You ever See such a Cast?
Alice Harrison, Frank Doane,
theridan & Flyn-i.
HattiePeUro Birnes Richard Carroll,
Hattie Anderson, Wm. F. Perkins
Adelo It no, pk Harrison, '
Oracle Ouafe, Henry Sator,
Helen Gilsey. Geo. Holland.
t3fA L gitimate. Spontanroue Bubb'e of
Rurtis Opera House,
TUESDAY EVE., OCL 13.
THE CELEBRATED COMEDIENNE
MISS VERNONA JARBEAU
In her Brilliant Huscial Comedy,
Biip.iortcd by Her Own Company of
Comedy and .Musical Tulent.
EVERYTHING CHANG ST 1
New Garot e ly
HandsDme Girls Beaulifollj Costumed.
The Bit of the season 1
MISS JsRBEAfS NEW SONGS
'Ne Never Came Back,"'
"Wink the Other Eye,"
"Oh!h:t A Difference In th 5
tSPric es, $ l.QO, 75, 51 and 45 cents. Seats at
Burtis Opera House,
The S acn'sOnly Big Succcep !
Dronon Howard's Greatest Triumph
AMEaICA'3 LATEST C 'AZS.
"Better than the Henrietta" T. Herald.
The Scene of Shenandoah Valley
WA complete Can of Characters ! Presented
in the sime manner as teen for over 3 0 nights in
New York cltv.
Prices ft.uo, T5. 8 and i5 cents. Seats at
Fluke s Tuesday, Oct. 13.
For Eorses, Cattle, Sheep, DoB, Zerp,
SOOPage Book on Treatment of Animals
and Chart ISent Free.
crras J FrTers.ronKeationK.TnBammatian
A. A.)plBal jUening-itin, Milk fr'eTer.
B. B.-Ntraina, LameneMs. Uhrsnaliiua.
C'.C'.literaper, Nasal Diseharges.
1.I). Hots or Grubs, n orms.
K. K. ouifks. Heaves, Pnpumonisu
F.F. 'olic or Oripes, Bellvaebe.
U.H. I rinary and Kidney Diseases
I.I.-Ernptive Disposes, Mange.
J. K. Diseases of Digestion, Paralysis.
Single Bottle (orer SO doses), - - .so
Stable Cnae, with Specifics, Manual.
Veterinary Cure Oil and Medlcator, ST. OA
Jar Veterinary Core Oil, - - 1.00
Sold by Druggists; or Sent Prepaid anywhere
end in any quantity on Receipt oi Frice.
HUMPHREYS' MECICIITS CO,
Corner WUliEnt and John Sta., New York.
in tue 3 jreara. The only raocwiftil remedy for
Nervous Debility, Vital Weakness,
and Frostratioo, from over-work or otlier causes.
SI par vial, or 6 viaiji and large rial powder, for $5.
Sold r drcoolsts, or sent postpaid on receipt
of prloe. HUMPrrRfcYS' MEDICINE CO.,
Cor. Wiliiam and John Eta, If. T.
C. E. VISVALL & CO.,
Chicago's Finest Shoe Store.
Stock the Largest.
Goods the Finest.
Prices the Lowest.
Men's end Ladies
Hand Sewed Welt Shoes.
Send for Catalogue.
C. E. WiSWALL 4 CO., ICO State SL Chicago.
-HAS DECIDED TO SELL OUT HIS-
On that Account Our whole Stock of
CloliBf, flats aiti
GENTS" FURNISHING GOODS
Has to be Disposed of
AT ANY PRICE:
Worth of Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing
To be Bought for
115 and 117 West Second Street, DAVENPORT, IA. ,
Carse & Co,
The acknowledged leader$ in
Now invite the public to inspect their new
fall stock, which is COMPLETE in all
departments. A CALF LINED shoe
for men's wear, and our
Boys' and Youths' Waterproof Shoes
are worthy of special notice.
Leading styles, large variety and low prices
prevail in all departments.
CARSE & CO.
1622 Second Avenue
ImisirU 9 iM-iiLianc rraiisfiarvarv to tilt? ftkin. fttv
morel b-V pi ir.pl e, frrcklV um! dii'imloraUonaL Kof
9at by ii urn-ciur- cnictrr u or uiouira iur ua ru
In stsmps by
1. 1. rJUW4
75' -y fbnna m
KrsRPirra Awunms Bnnxia (10 Bpraco
t treet), vnere aarer-
X stuff coucraeia
1 Wit Vlf
J. T. DIXOJNT, .
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenu