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THE "A3RGU& TUESDAY. OCTOBER 20, 1891.
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4 - 1 A .venue.
,.,;On chattel mortgagee,
- TO L0?:i i-ir. and all articles
in a aastetant nooif
-81) -gP "m"n; addr.s. J.I. a. care
-r-r-rTi canvisse.-s, either aen.
5 'T ie-' fpleidld onpor; unity for
V'T"" bt of r;fer
,.,,)f'Sl"rl'"u ,i Williams. 217 S.
a inirccp . v
--T7ndsalcmento take orders
n Ait"- , nB.,ae.ntal trees.
('! ' ?Ihh.. ete. Jo experience
:9lT.V,"'n retired. GOOD PAY.
gfivn.t 1 RoCHSSTEB.
p. FHsa" .
K-I rcast ie'l a fine frm of
i alv -
E " ,nt to make fifty c'ollars
FEut MrTsmittiaeat air dol-
"... .... . hni or War J rube Lounge
'.t m-eaa people wh.. suswe ed hia
ai"n which averaged $50 per week.
jfflffli"""" . lir di.trict send for
kcation Over I
, for Work
SlIPM & Co.
...y.ro 1 l4rie additions to fielr stock
in every depirtment.
Bi Holies of all kinds, including
Encyclopedeas, Etc ,
st Goods at Low Rates-
, d, kuesing,
rff?tn. amoni; other lme-tried and well
-. i m injnracce Companies be following:
In! Ininrsncc Company, of England.
fKieKT Fire In. Company of N. Y.
tVi(rmaD Ins. Co.. Buffalo. N. T.
ater German Ins. Co., Rochester, 1. Y.
ae In. Co., of Pittsburgh, P.
ton 1m. Co., of California.
tirity Iri. C i.. New Hiven, Conn.
vuee Mechanics Ins. Co., Milwaukee, Wis
iait fire Ins. Co., of Peoria, IU,
fiCor. 18th St., and Second Ave.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
J. M. BUF0RD.1
ol-i Pi and Time-trie OobmoIm .
BSES PROMPTLY PAD);
r"u " reliable com nan y
Tfrm patronage u
raw m Ar.tn block.
furety on Bonds.
TfT- V.r' ' ru"i;ri',i to f?ivo bonds in pisl-
e-ire to avma .siting
J) t - r.e ' i..ir anvil.. ... . V... i
.!i' 'r"1" '""her obligations as
-.a.tww:io miy drsire toads and
1 ;V"l1;r''lin theronr s, shonld apply
"RPV 7"i 'I ttt. AMERICAN
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EO. UKUSKKNECdT. Asent.
li.- ecowj avnnp Krwlr Talunrf 111
.. .nuu, . .
fWcaim0K, A Spioiai.it.
and Twentv-Thlrd St.
I 1 A V h.
me u n afknowlengea
he leailine reme.ly for
ilio only ante remedy for
I tre-ri. it and feel
safe in reonnimendinc it
) - -T i r n "inerers.
-TWO LITTLE LEOPARDS.
Bow The Carton Spattwd Rablae
Thrived In Zoological GHtrden.
Once on a time two little creatnree were
born In a fine house In a beautiful garden;
thers were bright flowers and rare animala
there, and in their own apartment all was
arranged for their comfort.
Tl ey were curious little fellows, both in
a potted coats; and when they were hungry
their cries were not at all like the cries of
other babies, but like the cries of kittens;
In truth, these fellows were little leopards
born in a sooloRlcal garden. Only one
VEKT HUNGRY INDEED.
thing made discord in their beautiful
home. Strange to say their mother, having
no mother love for her little babies, had
been so nnnatural and cruel as to eat up
an elder sister of theirs for her Christmas
dinner. So it was thought best to take
these twins away and give them to a nurse
who would take good care of them. In
this extremity the wife of one of the keep
ers vc lunteered to take the baby leopards.
It wts a long time before the leopards
learned to use a feeding bottle, but finally
they would struggle for its possession, and
often they tore their mistress' clothes in
their efforts to reach it first.
When they played together it was much
like the play of kittens, though more
clumpy, for their paws were so large that
when they ran over the floor the noise they
made sounded like children running, and
they wonld creep stealthily, with their
bodies ctoucIilmI low to the floor, around
the sides of the room, rarely running free
ly in the center of the floor. One of their
favori-e playthings was an old dustbrush,
and tl at they would toss up in the air and
worry it when it came down, as a cat pro
ceeds with a i::ouse. Wide Awake.
Trngs at School.
Twenty rroKpries went to school
Down beside a rushy pool;
Twenty liltlo coats of green.
Twenty vesta all white and clean.
"We must be In time," said they;
"First we study, then we play.
That is how we keep the rule
When we frocKies so to school."
Master Rnllfroe, crave and stern.
Called the classes In their tarn.
Taught them bow to nobly strive.
Likewise how to leap and divo:
From his seat upon the log.
Showed them how to say "Kcr-chor"
Also how to dodge a blow
From the sticks which bad boys throw.
Twenty froggies Brew np fast;
Bullfrogs they became at last;
Sot one dunce among the lot.
Sot one lesson they forgot;
Polished in a high degree.
As each froggte ought to be.
Now th-. y sit on other logs
Teaching other little frogs.
Theru was one word the little girl heard
many times a day and could not imagine
what it was. says Golden Days. The word
was Mussentouchit. Baby wondered who
Mussel toucbit could be. The strange thing
lived it the bureau drawers; it lived in the
sewing machine; it lived in the tall jar that
stood on the little round table; it certainly
lived in the gloss globe where the gold
fishes s warn.
This went on till baby to two years old.
Mussectouchit was everywhere in the
shining books on the parlor table; in the
flower beds; among the roses, even in
manimVs workbasket the strange thing
lived; aid if baby took up a reel of silk or
cotton 1 here was Musscntouchit.
One day baby found herself by the glass
globe all alone. The family were very busy,
and for a few minutes forgot the little, pry
ing, res Jess darling.
This was ber chance. Cp went the chubby
legs inf the chair that stood nar the gold
fish glolie. Poised on the rounding cushion
baby retched far over to touch the goldfish,
la reaching she lost her balance and fell,
draggiDg the globe to the floor. There was
a crash, a scream, a rush and mamma was
on the spot. Baby was picked up, kissed
and sco (led.
"I de I tilled old Miissentouchit 'is
time!" t-he said, shaking herself aud walk
Stockings or Scales.
If 1 were asked of all things what I most wonld
like to on,
I'd choose to be a mermaid and live below the
How nice. Instead of walking, lo swim around
lik little whales.
And to wear instead of stockings many shiny
Which tlon't need changing every time that
nurse says they are wet.
And tiler to have no ahoua that always come
Unt ed and yet
TO HAV NO SHOES THAT ALWAYS COM
And yet, although It roust be nice to swim
aromd In scales. i
To attend a school of porpoises and play at tag
with whales. . . . '
To be on Hendly speaking terms with JellrusU
And nevwlobe eentvto bed or told Tm lata tor;
Still, when I think of Christmas ere my reso
lution falls, . . J
For what would Santa think If I honi op
pair of scale! -fit. NlcholM.
Calif orai Farm Prodaen.
Cost of production: Net profits: given
br a thousand. farmers. Also hundreds
of questions answered about California.
Sent free on application to A. Phillips &
Co . 105 Clark street, Chicago, HI., or
296 Washington street, Boston, Mass.
J. E. Montrose, Manager.
Thursday Eve., Oct. 22.
REDPATH STAR CONCERT CO.
Hiss Ella SC. Cbahberliw,
The Whistling Soloist.
Misi Edith Christis,
Ma. Edwahd P. Eltjott,
Humorous and Dramatic Recitals.
Mb. Jchk FBiKcuGaDiR.
Master Oscil, 8 txaks cld,
Songs and Character Sketches.
Pr'rpa asr tn ftf M q.i. .iA n
J. E. Montrose, Manager.
By Special Arrangement
Appearance of the Dletingulshed Artiste,
Accompanied by Charles A. t vensou, and ber
own selected company of players, present
ing au e a borate reviva: of the famous
With special teen ry and accesorie.
oat ftn eta. at IYs-m Unn.. Dl....a,
Oct. ill 1. Prices i5 teuta to $1 00,
urtis Opera House,
TUESDAY, OCT., 20 h
For one happy, joyoua night of gladness,
THAT SUPERB COMEDIAN,
-JAMES T. POWERS-
And brill' ant coterie of companion players. In
John J. McKully'ri hurricane of hemor,
"A Straight Tip"
t ircct f .om their twenty weeks' 2fcw York
"The Funniest Show on Earth."
Prices Sl.00, T5, 60 and i5 c-nts. Scats at
For MEN UY
YOUNG MEN OLD MEN
BIT IS THE T0IIS OF THE SERPESTt If IISEASE.
They sua. heroic aBorts to b-M UumlTs,
o not aaowimf bow so raecouraily
SHAKE OFFTHE HORRID SNAKES
uiev fire up in darpalr and tin. into an early
Iran, n aai aa aKHO : Tarrr M U KiJ' : !
OUR NEW BOOK
tarn fra . poet-raid, (aralad)
ror a llaalld tiiao..nlaii
ts. phUoaopby of Dloeaa
aa aad ASlctloa. of tha
Organ, of Hu. and how by
by method! exeloolToly ovr
owa, tao waerat nuara of
Loot or ratline, afaaaooa,
OaBoral and aarroa. Do.
blllty, Woakaoa. of Body
and BIlBd. tBacta of Error.
or IttMHt, Staavod or
Shrunkea OrtaBS fan ba rairvaf. BoboSU la a day.
Bow to Enlarge and .rTenrthaaWKAE.ua DEVELOP ED
0 BOARS PARTS of BODY atado plalB to all lawroetod.
Mea taatiry froaa 60 SteMe, Tarrltorleo and Faratga Ceoatrleo.
Tun can write them. For Baoh.fBllexplaDattnnaDd pronfe. eddree.
ERIE MEDICAL CO.BUFFALO.N.Y.
G. E. WISWALL & CO.,
Chicago's Finest Shoe Store.
Stock the Largest.
Goods the Finest.
Prices the Lowest.
aBB V AJ-V
Men's ar.d Ladies
Hand Sewed Weli Shoes.
Send for Catalogue.
C. E. WISWALL & CO., ISO State St. Chicago,
STATE SAVINGS BANK.
Office Corner Fif teenta etreet and Third Ave,
Bnccet ds the Moline Savings Bank. Crgsuiscd 1869
S FEB CUT. ISTEREST Pi!D 01 DEPDSiTS.
Organized under State Law.
Open from 9 a. m. to 8 p. m, and Wednesday and
Saturday niRhts from 7 U8.
PobtebBrikseb, - - President
H. A. aikswobth, - - Vlct-Presldent
C. f Hbmekwat. ... Caahier
Porter Bkfnner, S. W. Wheelock.
'.A Rose, H. A.AInsworth,
G. H. Edwards, W. H. Adams,
Andrew Friberg. C. F. Hemcnway,
Hiram T)ar1 ne.
Estate of Jennie Glbbs, Deceased.
The undersuroed having been a; pointed admin
istrsirlx of the estate of Jenrie tiibos.
late of the county of Bock Island, state
of Illinois deceased, hereby gives notice that she
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 Decem
ber term, on the first Monday in December neEt,
at which, time all persons having claims against
said estate are notified and requested to attend,
forthe purpose of having the same adjusted. Ail
persons Indebted to said estate are requested to
inake immediate payment to the unde reigned.
Dated this nth day of Octob r, A. D- 18W.
ANSIS M. WORKMAN, Administratrix,
That Looks Impossible !
But it is the Truth!
Our entire stock of Clothing and Gent's Furnish
ing Goods has to be sacrificed regardless
of cost, as we will positively
QUIT THE CLOTHING BUSINESS.
115 and 117 West Second Street, DAVENPORT IA.
Carse & Co.
The acknowledged leaders 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
and Youths' Waterproof
are worthy of special notice.
Leading styles, large variety and low. prices
prevail in all departments.
CARSE & CO.
1622 Second Avenue
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alt- by fiitnMaruffRfr-t orBiaifcA for W ct
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(aadB lot J IB
J. T. TXEXOJST,
And Dealer in Mens' Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue