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r-S -nterted on day at lo
Minis'-1'"'' oadine i
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ifjn t,A ."t. wiry. and allarticler
J , ..u.mni to take order?
Tjfi" A 'vfn.ii an.t' ornamental trees.
". ..-e required. imu ri
CRAMPTON & CO
.1 lurze adiitions to fielr stock
" in every .epirtment.
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BdWl-IiM of all kindf, including
M Gaods at Low Rates-
A, D. HUESING.
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gm p-je Inttrnce Companies he following
Ics-rance Company, of England,
f -2t-j:i;r r':re Ins. Company of N . Y.
Ikfvj ikrmiri Ins. Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
gKCitt-r tVerm-in Ins. Co., Rochester, N. T.
Kara In. Co., of Pittsburgh, Pa.
Snr. Pi.-fi oiliit:. London,
tiion In, l o., or California.
SKsritylm. Ci., N'ew Hiven, Cm.
l:.a'iee Mechanics Ins. Co., Milwaukee, Wtf
Semis Tin Ins. Co., of Peoria, 111,
05, Cor. 18th St., and Socond Ave.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
J. M. BUFORD,
' Tie o'.d Tire t-d Time-trta Compcalaa
LOSSES PROMPTLY PATTi
uv A au a a nil .
bum low as any reliable company eaa afsvti
Tour patronage U anllctwV. '"w
troace m Argns block. s
Surety on Bonds
.Tif whotre required to give bonds In posi
loa of trust, sti 1 who desire to avoid asking
(Mdtu tv-one their sn-e!ies. or who may wish
ft We Meads from further obligations at
tecindi, ortioso who my desire bonds and
UfcSasiK. rp jiiTed in the courts, should applv
?.-I"r.hI o the AMERICAN
rtti r L'U., or New TorK, Can Capital
,Jw. j Ocrriotiv eirculir on application.
El I.RB1KKN-ECHT Aent,
r ; ' ' avenne. Kock I -land. 111.
HORST VONrjUCECKRITZ, Pharmacist
I'BtecRiPTioKs a Special tt.
Fourth Ave. and Twentv-Third St.
STATE SAVINGS BANK.
MOLINE, - ILLS.
ct:e Corner Fifteenth street and Third Aye.
fs'-ceeds the Moline Savings Bank. Organised 1869
W CEMT. IMTIBIST PAID 01 DEPOSITS.
Organized under State Laws,
Saur?.." -.m- to , Wednesday and
C.r'H'.T0BT"' " Vice-President
'.hia,war . . . Cashier
Porter aw DIRECTORS:
Go tT1 , H,A.Aineworth,
Andt.tW!Vrde w- H. Adam..
Mw Friberg. C. F. Uemenwaj,
Wri, ??ea hylB eB appointeaadmln
Ute of ,kl estate of Jennie Gibbs,
eonnty of Rock Island.
Si iDtr k nereby gies notice that she
I'iaod con..'ore lhe county court of- Rock
toon. " Ule ofllce of the clerk of said
'leYm if c.Ltjr ' Roc Island, at the Decern
iich'ti ,f flr,t Monday in December next,
Aid . "m U persona haying claims against
lo,1PQrnoir!.,1?ti5ed nd qneeted to attend,
""KM lK,i hTin? th ame adjusted. All
iinmpHdt"l5e,tate" reqoeeted to
DtedTh?f , P7mentto the ondersigned.
AWrr dK of Octobfr,A.D., 1881.
M. WORKMAN, Administratrix,
MEN AND THEIR DRESS.
A WOMAN GIVES THE MALES SOME
KUINTS ABOUT APPAREL.
Too Few Would Be MeU Dressed Men
raj the Proper Attention t
CHolce or Color. When They Select
ten, snirta. Hat. and 811IU.
S..mo men dress to please women. Some
won't. Some think they can't rI
wotild if they could. In The hok tW
for, nf oni.on..: luere-
,fe,lI1Sl convening, convlno
lnir and enliehfi.r.in,, 1 wuvln-
ten.l to Ki ve a few hints on what men ought
7 if ""'"'""' meir clothes would bo
ft";!?.7-, J"-the, r',anE - asubUeand
". rj uimrem rrom the sud
den radical icriitinn. i hl B
vii,, ti' .u nuwo womenin-
t, ''.eneed on'y cPare the cut of
r V- ' "a,SM;oal8. trousers and haU
of t yenty years aKo with that of the pre?
ent day to appreciate the modifications that
....... v.ry., m uu nnauy established them-
aU kw that clothes do
" "n, out they certainly be
tray the attitude of Ki m.fT rlTi, y. .
- -".uu, jiuu mat is
riyiT-?J?care httIe if a n's clothes
tut?y are Clean an carefully put
mU,C.h We.mny like our compan
ion for himself and hi ,i.
we would not enjoy walking with him in
- ouuu.iy ir ne wore a straw
hat, nor to Ko to Henley with him should
he appear with a high hat on. No, becom
ing attire is Imnnrt.nt K,,. u:,
"i v r 1 4 1 1 rtt) 1 1 1 1 y IS
more so. New clothes are far from being
.j w uiitos gooa appearance.
An old suit, well hmsh o,i ..n
put on, often looks far more chic than
clothes fresh from the tailor's hands, but
it cies without
culls should be sans puer et sans reproche.
1MB. COLOR OF SUITS.
When men order now -l,.iho
. .Hill (IL-
tent;onis mainly directed to the shape of
their shoulders tlic el f v..u
. -- u tueir
chests j. e., the chest proprement dit, and
,,1,"r curat, cauea Dy some the bump
of b nevolence or th nur.j
. . . - p.. .... CTiiiiTraiiiuce
of tl eir legs nnd feet; but they never seem
to t sink of their complexion, nor of the
color of their eyes and hair. If they did
-vw.,,n,ffoula ue spared many a
heartache, or rathpr rnimii. m
sorud colors and unbecoming shades.
Ihussome fj::al impulse generally seems
to prompt nil fair complexioned sons of
Albion to indulge in pink or red shirts and
salmon colored ties. Vpt. T linL. ,1.a .
...... ... .ne , cry
colors they should never wear.
nearly every other shade that is known
is lieiomine to them? blnn Knit. -i- i
light, cream, white, gray, manve that is,
the l lneshadi-i f manvo"i,imf- i
etc. Hut no, t heir obstinacy is surprising:
iuusii ruiii lueirgoou iooks and appear
On ail T)OSsihll vpncinnti in njnl.
- ji.urv uiil BUU
ties. These same fair lords of the creation
oi course wear smoking suits that is I
uciieve wnaciauors can those manly gar
ments which eorrpRnAnil in t..
n, if possible, they should beofalight
old brown color. When men realize how
peco:mug that t-hade is to fair hair and
ulu. eyes they will always contrive to have
a coat of that colorin their trousseau.
But we must not forget the claims of
dark men, whom the golden haired among
us find so fascinating. They never look
better than in what, it is to be hoped, will
henceforth become the discarded pink and
red s'airts and ties of their rivals. White,
red, peacock blue, one or two shades of
green which, however, would be best
avoided the pink shade of mauve, light
shad.-s of gr::y, all these will suit a dark
man, and, did he but know it, he would
look perfectly irresistible in a lemon col
ored tie and waistcoat; but, above all, he
shouid beware of slate gray and of brown.
TREATMENT OF THE HAIR.
If only colored shirts about town were
the thing what charming opportunities
tbey would give for judicious blending of
fcbad.-s. A mauve shirt, with tie to match,
woull look lovely with a black or dark
gray suit. Combi nations could be endless
ly vfiried, and thus great scope for indi
viduality of taste become possible. What
a powerful weapon, for example, it would
give a man, in his endeavors to secure the
favorable notice of the woman he loves, if
he could speak his devotion by donning
the colors matching with her favorite
shades, so that when they were together
she would lie bound to his side by the hap
py blending of their respective costumes.
The hair is also a very important factor
iu tl is question of how to look well. Yet
men often make very sad mi -takes with
their heads. The coiffure should always
be arranged to suit the contour of the face.
If the forehead is high and broad, the hair
should be worn well off the temples. The
bight r a man's forehead is the more un
covered it should be. If the hair is dis
posed to wave slightly, it should not lie
ruthlessly oiled till it 6ticks to the head;
neither ought it to look wild and un
Kmul nil .,,.1 rln ooAm.n rl.ni.li! i . ........
v. ..i .1 , .'.. .i ii ii ii' v ii ii ii ii oiiuuiu lb .'.1
be allowed to overlap the collar at the
The early appearance of balduess need
never depress a man; mental culture is al
ways held responsible for it, and that idea
lends a subtle charm to the bare spot it
never had before. If, however, the weak
ness is one cf maturity let not men fall
into the too common error of trying to
hide it by the carefully trained lock of
hair, which, starting horizontally from be
hind one ear, is made to do duty over the
blanched spot, and finally ends its long ca
reer ss a straight fringe or a curled loop
over t he opposite ear. It is a transparent
device in more senses than one, and at
once gives a man that look of antique in
juveLality which women always specially
THE CHOICE OF HATS.
This cunning arrangement of hair has
caused momenta of grievous embarrass
ment, as in the case of an otherwise very
nice taan who, when in the act of propos
ing to a charming lady in a romantic
glade, had his hat suddenly blown away.
His long curl, caught by the wind, nncoiled
itself and hung in wild disorder down the
iiscoinfitted lover's back and about his
face. Under such circumstances, what
girl could have accepted a wooet with the
befitting gravity that such an event always
demands? . ,
Toi hats are hideous, but custom has set
her d -cree, and we must submit and make
the best of what we cannot alter. These
alwava unbecoming bead dresses look their
very "worst when either too large or too
small. Some are to be seen only just kept
from reaching the neck by resting on the
ears, which in most cases nature with kind
forethought has provided of suitablesbape
and size to fulfill that mission with credit
to th msel ves.
But, it is quite as bad to see a small hat
perched on the top of a large head and
look! 3g as if each movement of the ; wearer
would send it flying. What men call whit
hats, but women-with more regard to the
just c laims of color-call gray, are a degree
1 JrZ Ho awav with what-
irerc haracter the face may have possessed
befora. fcxenaoge. ,
AUS ARGUQ. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1891.
v. " MVU.UUJ .
In the matter of curatives what you
.umeining mat will do its w.rk
you continue to An
that Will Divo -A i :
, sjv lUUUUfCUICUUO
Inter re re with vnne K..c;nAn,
remedy is Allcock's Porotfs Plasters.
plasters sra not n
- - ..jjtuiucu.,
n&ve been in nan tnr q.i
', ana their valim lis. h... i
the highest medical authorities, as
as bv test
e used thpm. Thow t.fA..iM v
aict and are not affected by wet or
a ajar: Hi'i inn nnxa hm i m
uuio uu, loirvnere
I a Our Or hnainoaa wa.s AAH j
- - -.u.ww0f juU OU J nuu
DC Cured Whilo hard ut .nb fPk
BV n vi iv lUGJ
o ijure lust me youngest, the oldest.
uencaie person of either sex
U8e them With rrrn.l K...H,
- 1" . UCUCUb,
lieware of imittion. j . .
- auu UU LUl US
CeiVen hv miamnrnr.......: i .
-- -..vf.viiwiiuin, asb ior
A t (tiuib1. . 1 . ....
"'"u,' lei no solicitation or ex
planation induce you to accept a substi-
m m J. t.. Montrose, Manager.
Thursday Eve., Oct. 29.
A. W. Fremont,
the Sensational Cmtdy Drams, by Jojeph D.
v-iiiion, ent tied.
A play full of heart interest, notwithst nding
M ni' Ff.'ns.tnnni .h,,,.!... 1: ..i .
- ' -v.... 1 , 11111 BI1U
Drer h.ng the air of a modern world.
LAKLOAD OF 8CEMERY AND EFFECTS,
Inc nd n it
The Gre t P amnion Scene,
on on aouge Dy Monnlight,
lhe La Rosa Onmilitp Room,
The Abode of the 400
Seat, nn c.l. .. tt it .
OC.V9. Pricl.-2S:50"aod75c?Oa9e "CJ
Rurtis Opera House,
THE COMIC OPERA EVENT.
Engap-emt nt of the Famous Comic Opera-
Pearl of Pekin !
na. cast in New Wk and San FraLcisco
Rrftntifnl Rrrri i
Lf rger aod Str-necr
hnu than Ever Before!
Impe-al C Flume from Pek n, rhina.
P. S All SCITrir arn .....
iq the Dijr New rk cry production.
Ar)miinn.tl -le. i , u e m . .
Seats on sale ai Fluke's . uesday, Oct,, 27th, a. m.
: Shirt Factory :
We are now prepared to take
your measure and make
Prices as Low as the Lowest.
AH kinds of Repairing done,
Also agent for Bockford Clothing Company.
Fine custom-made pants from $3 to $10.
16P9 Second Avenue, Rock Island.
Over Loopley'e Crockery etore.
gpECiAL Taxation Notice.
"Vntii-o im tii.Htr fii-.n ,.i all nnmin. f,.i
that the city council of the c:ty of Kock Island
havine ordered, by ordinance parsed September
Sta,lh91, that Twentieth .treot from the south
ine of Minn aver ue to inc nortn line orElgh
een'b ayenue, all being in the co-norate lirni'a
of the said city of Cock Island. Illinois, be gra
ded, excavated, im roved and pa fed wi.h fctone
t d macadam, ar.d mat
Said or iinace for said improvement Is on file
In the office of the city clerk of said city, and said
city has applied to the county court of Rock Isl
and county. Illinois, for an assessment and lew
of the cos'a of said improvement npon and from
the lots and part, of lots and tracts of land con
tiguous to the line of aid Improvement in said
ordinance ordered to be constructed, in propor
tion to the frontage of such lots, parte of lots and
reacts of land upon the improvement so ordered
to bs constructed as aforesaid; and an an cessment
thereof hiving been made and returned to said
conr the final hearing ther.'on will be had at the
November term of said court, commencing on the
9th day of November, A. D. 1891.
All persons desiriotf may then and ttere appear
and make their defense -
Dated at Bock Island, IIUcois. this Ilth day of
October, A. D. 1891.
J. B. JOHNSTON,
J. H. CLBLANO,
J. B. KKIDY,
eave Your Orders for
Corner Eleventh street nd Tenth avenue.
Telephone No. 1220.
H. F. LAMP, Manager.
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
ImMrU a brilliant (nvrutMrenr to the kis. Rt
mom all niirtTites. frerkiM and tliwcoloratfoiM. For
I sale bj ail flrst-claM draFgita, or suited for M eta.
in rtampe by
' .ay ftonna en
l. it GEO. P.
inurn . a nrvti
Kswarans AU'iaisiM Bvbsau (10 Bpnev
t Beet), tbr. w
t (us eootraet. a
I i usds (Of it
J. T. T3IXOJST,
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue