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THE AKGUP. FBIDAY. OCTOBER 23, 1891.
rt- ehnt'el mortgages,
Jry sad .11 .nicies
.-. ,rJ ,,vd OOOU PAY.
udm & co.
. adlitions to t'ictr stock V
of U kii'l'. Including
Enryclopedeas, Etc ,
jjGwds at Low Rates-
c.i ir.( other Ime-trted na well
ftlnnraee Companies he following:
LbEtiCoansiy. of Eneland.
'":( la. Company of N. Y.
t'..i.r In. Co.. Buffalo. N. Y.
fJsriHrmin In' Co., Rochester, H. Y.
Co.. of ( lifnmia.
t-nlai C-. N H lTo, Coin.
t-.u rai!i ln. Co.. Milwaukee. Wis
lie In. (Viof Peoria, 111,
jC):. 19th St , and Second Ave.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
, 11 BUFORD,
joH Fire i-d Time-trie CompcaUc
33 PROMPTLY. PAID.
Tour oatmnftir U MilirJtt4 "
pStt ;a Argu biock.
Surety on Bonds
lure rinir.-il to give bond in posi
'"n't. in I who desire to avoid aakini?
'JJeMuetQ'Mr n!iL'!. or who may winh
m frirais from further nbliiritions s-
ttt'.wnio nif desire bom's and
required in ;hco:ir, should apply
TY CO , of New VorK, C'a'b Capital
r; !' rirrnl r on anil' cation.
i - r.-rmie. Kock I ' .nd. 111.
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531 ,;3N:'XCKRIT2, Pharmacist
fUfcxn-nosf a Spxialtt.
Are. and Twetuv-Third St.
THE MOLINE "
SAVING 3 T5ANTT.
pOLlNii, . ills.
wrFino.nth ,trcet and Third Ave,
"jtWnT, - .
"'""lr Bank. Organised 1869
ts CHIT. ISTEHEST PAID OX DEPOSITS.
"niAd anJcr State Lawi.
frU0-.-1,1111 Wednesday and
Eutrj, H. A.Ainaworth,
liF,i. w. 11. Adams.
U.ram Tw' "emenway.
.,. t:i, "ej appointed .dmln
'as "tats of Jennie Mihha
7'4JL Rock Island, state
More tH T "otlc ,ht b
t, ,.,k'"e..coun'y court ol Roc
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pron Lavin, ,.i.7
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tW ehM Vn? esameadiaiitd. All
uBeiteMvl "ta,e reonested to
THE HUNTER AND THE GREYHOUND.
The Story of the Vnlqne Friendship of
Fine Horse ana m Handsome Hog.
A fine lunter had formed a friendship
with a hat dsome greyhound which slept
in a stable with him and generally ran
alongside when the home was taken out
for exercise. When the greyhound went
with his master in his walks the horse
would look over his shoulder and neigh in
a manner which plainly said, "Let me go
also;" and when the dog returned he was
received with a whinny of welcome. He
would lick the horse's nose, and in return
the horse would szratch his back with his
TIIE HORSE FIGHTS FOB THE DOG.
On one oc casion the groom had, as usual,
taken the horse for exercise, followed by
the greyhound, when a savage dog at
tacked the Utter aud bore him to the
ground. Tnehhrse, seeing this, threw back
his ears, and breaking from the groom
rushed at t he strange dog which was at
tacking his friend, seized him by the back
with his teeth, speedily making him quit
his hold, an 1 shook him till a piece of bis
skin gave way. The ofiVnder, getting on
his feet, scampered off, glad to escape
from a foe who could punish him so se
verely. Story r a Ulackbiril.
Once u pot a time there was a very clever
blackbird. It lived in a wood and was a
great favori e with all the other birds, be
cause it cou d sins, not only its own lovely
little song, but it had also learned another,
which a goldfinch had composed, and
which hitherto had only been sung by
members of t!io goldfinch family. Every
body admirnl the clever blackbird and
praised it f r making the wood so glad
with the goidiinch's beautiful warbling.
Then came Liny and brought the nightin
gales, who a-iii- all night in the mooulight
such marvel it.s songs as no one had ever
heard. All t lie birds sat up in their nests
till the red dawn drove the stars aud the
moon away and listened to the heavenly
music, and in the morning everybody
that is to say, every bird talked about the
nightingale and said its song was more
beautiful than anything they had ever
heard; only the blackbird said nothing,
but it looked cross and felt angry because
anybody cou d sing better than it.
At last it t lout; lit, "Well, since I'm such
a clever bird 1 hud better learn to sing the
nightingale's song too, and then they'll
praise me again." But somehow it
couldn't do h. It squealed like pigs and
mewed like kittens and croaked like ra
vens and m ule such a fearful noise that
all the other birds flew away as soon as it
opened its beik. and instead of being the
favorite of a 1 the rest nobody could bear
it any more, just because it was jealous
Games f r Very Small Children.
A game tl.at many mothers play with
their little sues is where the forehead,
eyes, nose, clieeks. mouth and chin are
touched in 'urn while the following rhyme
Here sits the king.
Hero sit his two men;
Here sits the cock.
Her sits the hen;
Here nit the little children,
Herj's where they go in:
A variation of the foregoing is called
"The House and the Lady." As this rhyme
is sung or told, the various features of the
face are touched iu turn as with the pre
This is the roof of the little white house.
And thes are its windows, clear;
And this is the bell you must gently pull
To make t he wee baby hear.
Ah! the lilt l-j house door is open wide,
1 see the hnie red lntly inside!
One kiss, niv darling, and one kiss more
Now the I ttle red lady hn shut her door!
With such simple sports, says a writer in
Good Housekeeping, are many happy hours
spent with liti le people.
"My coffei isn't sweet at all,"
Said little Johnny Gray;
"So put another lump in, please.
It isn't lice this way."
I IIAI'X'T WOUND IT IT.
"Now, Johnny Gray." said Sister Kate,
"I sweetened it with two
Great sugar lumps, which ought to be
Enough lor even you!"
"Maybe," lie said, and gravely stirred
The fr.iirant, steaming cup;
"Perhaps, you know, the reason was
1 hadn't wound it up!"
The Great I ngre in 1'hotography.
As an instani e of the great progress that
has been made iu the methods by which
rapid movements can be analyzed. The
Photographic News mentions a series of
photographs la .ely taken by Anchutz, of
Lissa, who has already given to the world
aome of the 1m st instantaneous pictures
ever tiikeu. Ti e subject of the pictures at
present under consideration a dog jump
ing over a small bush. In the act of mak
ing one jump the animal has been photo
graphed twentv-four separate times, and
each picture is not a mere silhouette, as
was the case with Muybridge's first at
tempts of this kind, but n little picture
showing hair ione and detail, borne o
the attitudes are, of course, comic in ap
pearance, for tliev reprewnt phases ol a
movement which the eye is unaccustomed
to and cannot possibly appreciate. Not
ably is this the ase in the commencement
of the jump, when the dog's hind toes only
touch the groui d; and again at the udko
of the jump, when his legs are gathered to
gether in a bear..
Phillips' Pacific Coiit Excursion.
Por the above named excursion the
Builingtoo. Cedar Rapids & Northern
railway will run a tourist car every Thurs
day from Albert Lea, Minn., to Columbus
Junction, Iowa, connecting with C. R
C- pc'fic Coast excursion train, and
ihis car will KO through without change
to Ban FranciBco. For rates and gen
eral information apply to any agent of
the company, or J. E. Hankegan,
Gen. Tk't and Pass. Agt.
Allow me to add my tribute to the
efficacy of Eiy's Cream Balm. I was
suffering from a severe attack of influ
enza and catarrh and ws induced to try
your remedy. The result was marvelous.
I coulj hardly articulate, and in lets than
24 hours the catarrhal symptoms and my
hoarseness disappeared and I was able to
sing a heavy role in grand opera with
voice unimpaired. I strongly recommend
it to all singers William H. Hamilton,
leading bass of the C. D. Hess Grand
To Bervons ana Debltawd Hen.
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J. E. Montrose, Manager.
By Special Arrangement
Appearance of the Dictingnished Artiste,
Accompanied by Charles A. 't venson, and ber
own selected company of plaverB, pccent
Ing au e aborate reviva1 of the famous
With spc;ial fcen ry and accessories.
Feats on sale at Harper House Pharmacy,
Oct. i.l. Prices i5 cents to fl 00,
J. E- Montrose, Manager.
ONE NIGHT ONLY-
MONDAY, EVE., OCT. 26.
Thomas E. Murray,
Of Murray and Murphy's, in the Greatest
Comedy of tne Day,
TJndtr the direction of James E. Nugent.
Pretty GirU !
P.etty Sire i
In fact, cvrryihing great nd excellent. Yon
mo.l see it snd tccam.
Seat on ea!e at Harper Hons Pharmacy Oct.
24ib. Pi ices 25 60 atd 75 cents.
Burtis Opera House,
TIIE COMING EVEN f !
ALL LAUGHS! NO TEARS!
The Great Success,
By Herb rt nail Wiu low, presenting
tha ifcfented ingenue.
The Inimitab e Corrcdian
And the Great Mintrel
tySee the sreat Wire Walkin; scene the
graUsl sensatkn d act vr d Hi on r.ny ssge.
Ad-ance sile F iday it Fluke s. Pri vi, (1 00,
75, 59 and 2i ceils.
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Cent to a bilious state of the system, such as
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Seaanebe, yet Carter" Little Liver Ms ars
equally valuablo in Constipation, curing and pra
Tcnting thiaa-nnoyingconipUint,whlle they also
correct oil disorders of thestomachtiuralate the
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Buior from this distressing compliant; butfortu
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thers do not.
Carter's IM'.c Liver Pills ere very small and
very easy to take. Cnc or two pills makoa dose.
They are strictly verretable and do no gripe or
purge, tut bv their gen tie action please all who
csethem. li viaia at U5 cents? flvefortL Sola
by druggists evcrjwhexe, or aent b7 mail.
CARTER MEDICINE CO.. New York.
SMALL Pill. SMALL DOSE. SMALLPRICE
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 mens 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
ImnvrT5 ? Will unit franuisnrviiy to tb ft kin. R
I more sll nimvies. frekl ntul oration. For
I sale bjr at) trt-crn drUrTL'fc't, or mtuieJ tor M ct
in namps oj
i sue VJ au itrMr-i:i)t u m, s
&, GEO. P.
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p e,e,eV m mm mTmm v i. m w .
KnrsrarEa Ajyvkkxisiho Bubssh (10 eproo
t tine contracts may
liisda ioc 31 IA
J. T. DIXON,
And Dealer in Mens' Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue