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THE AHQUS, MONDAY. AUGUST 17, 1891-
- li.TciU tbetronblea tact
, ... rot Carer's Little Liw POM art
!", v , m umsUMtion. curing and pre
'r '"'C : ,maicnipliUt.trhilo th-y a:s
r I. r..o'tlieatoiu.b.BtiuiulatethB
:"-'".-J'-'uU'etae bowels. Ereaiitteroa
-' 1 be almct priceless ro n:s-, "
:n ssincomtilaiat; butf.irtu-'.!..u!-siio.euJbere.a.j.l
unJ these little nUls
l- ' ' ..v that tliev wU not bo w;l
i,,. Hut after allaick Lost
.ncVvp that herelsvbera
L;rrr Tills are wry small sn J
' .. O- e i r Twc Tins m;oo-- umo.
V-'i'' tV -:al.U'uiao not gr:po or
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ViRTER WEDiCINE CO., New York.
I Fill. SALL UUar.. aHALLrnior
earancc Sale !
t-io-s to Inventory July 15.
n::s in Every Line.
tares aud Frames
: .. ij'ij u-j-k. Price
'. r b in Us'iai.
L-. .fc .re rst eh.il:e.
R. CRA1IPTON & CO.
-.- wr.rt m a thorough manner.
'."i-.rh'v pcria the air and removes
-fir..-. For unit at Emil Koehler'e
5' Cents Peb Bottle.
ELM STREET G1BDKNB,
PSDAY. AUG., 20, 1891,
At p. m. j-ven by
Otto's Military Band,
c: to Garden.
';r.".o;.b, r '-me-tned ana well
r-sai I . -"a'K"lN. Y.
-'r- ISth S:.. Mj Sec'on(1 Ave
f ua onds.
" "C'homay g
partnre ol tHe Speetlwell, a toigli little
mackerel boat, which .was LarJly fit to
use in after years, in shipping slaves
from the Guinea coat t.
What a picture it ia. The apprehen
sion and yet the fai' h and hope of this
little band. Doomed for months to the
savage bosom of t'.ie nauseating sea,
with no one in Alter ca to hop gayly on
board and greet thm and write a column
interview with them on their opinion of
the country. Xo friends to welcome
them and fill them up. Acorns, Cal
vinism and wood ticks awaited them.
Coarse, untidy India is, with crude no
tions of a future state and utterly isrnor
ant of a thriving and well paved hell,
owned the country.
The red brother simmered at Nan
tasket and wintered it Asheville, C.
He took shrimps wi hout salad, duck
without dressing-, veu son without jellv,
and the great spirit without brimstone.'
He was then, howevei, a Cooper Indian.
He spoke in blank ver-e and had a voice
like Edwin Forrest ns Metamora. He
wrote statizns from ''Hiawatha" in the
autograph albums of the Mohawk, and
swapied smoking tobacco with the
Choctaw. He was the j. we are told, ab
solutely pure. He never had a wicked
thought. He wrote pieces for the Fourth
Reader, and ate the briake of the ilud
jakewis. The sword of Miles Standish is here.
It has an inscription on it which was not
translated ur.til twenty years ago. when
Professor Rosedale. a profuuud scholar
and. a native of Palestine, the popu
lar summer resort foi clergymen, vis
ited Plymouth and translated it for the
society. It is Cufic Arabic and a part
of it Medhvval Arabi. he said, and I
agree with him. It int. -ms, as nearly as
we are able to translate it, ''With peace
God ruled his slaves, and with the judg
ment of his arm he tro.ibled the mighty
of the wicked." The professor thinks
that the inscription dat-s back about 300
years before the Christian Era, though 1
would say that the expression was used
as early as the autumn previous to that.
Plymouth has a charming court house
with a beautiful greeu lawn before it
and a fountain which is suiw-rior to most
cf our American fountains, as it is pro
vided with water, a feature which adds
so much to a fountain. I think. What
can look any more refreshing than a
fountain that is const.intlv kept mois
tened by 6uine artificiil means. And
what can look more depressing to the
thinking miud, provided the thinking
mind should look in that direction, than
a parched and panting fountain with its
tongue cut and with autumn leaves and
a dead mouse in it.
Plymouth is a lovely place to visit for
a week or a summer, as you like. The
Pilgrim Fathers have been succeeded bv
alert, hospitable aud successful people,
who are a credit to the great common
wealth of Massachusetts. The intoler
ance of the Puritan did not crop out at
all during my visit in :he state, except
in a Boston bank where I tried to get a
ew lork check cashed. It was drawn
on the Shoe and Leather Bank, which is
extremely solvent, and ly a man who is
worth over a million dollars. I was
identified by a well known depositor of
the Boston bank, who has dealt with it
continually for ten years and who is
worth half a million.
The cashier scrutinijed the check,
looked through it at the light to see if I
had raised it to the tenth power, smelled
of it, tried it with acids and showed it
to an old gentleman who was trying to
get a stamp off an elderly envelope by
breathing on it so as to u-eit again, then
he said that if the depositor who had in
troduced me would indorse the check
they would cash it. This made me im
patient and I left the bank after making
some stinging remark which was totally
unworthy of me.
I did better, however, with the next
bank to which I took my business, as
did also, I am pleased to state, the cus
tomer who had so courteously intro
duced me to his own bank and then been
60 nastily treated over my shoulders. I
do not think it pays to susj ect everybody.
Why is it that a fresh young teller or
cashier, who is just trying it for the first
time, seeks to awe and astonish yon by
his discourtesy, while the old head of an
old institution is first to oblige you?
I landed in France one time with no
money and a strong Sko-vhegan patais
to my French. I did not know a soul i:i
France and I wanted to take the first
train for Paris. I stepped into a bank at
Havre, where I presented my letter of
credit, identified myself ty means of an
old envelope, got $300 and inside of four
minutes was on my way to the depot for
the Paris train. That is n it alL It was
done as though it had be-n a pleasure
and a delight to the bank 1 3 be of service
In Paris it was the sam-j way. I was
not even Eusjiected of any crime, so far
as I could judge, while dealing with the
Credit Lyounaise. A fine reading and
writing room, swell etatioaery and easy
chairs were always at my disposal, aud
my feelings were not even hurt but once,
and that was not intention il.
It was one morning when I was feel
ing slightly depressed, and while sitting
in the parlor of the bank .he president
of the institution brought me a late and
socially dismal number of Punch to
He did not know how it would pain
me or he would not hav done it. I
cried it full and returned it to him.
Iu Their Mill st.
Artist Here is a very -suitable pic
ture, Mr. Gibbs. It represents the Rev.
Mr. Goss. the missionary, iu the center
of a group of canuibals.
Deacon Gibbs I see tb$ cannibals.
Mr. Turps, but where is the missionary?
Artist Didn't I just tell you that he
was in the center of the cannibals? Tid
Bits. For Example.
It is a mistake about it being un
healthy to sleep in feathen. Look at
the spring chicken and see how tough
be is. Richmond Recorder.
For Sale, Rent, Exchange and Miscel
laneous wants inserted one day at lc
Per Word: threa d9VS at n nar nrnrH
and one week at Mo per word.
"Situations wanted" and local "Help"
wants not exceeding three lines in
serted one week in the DAILY ARGUS
?OR RENT Furnished rooms at 1410 Third
avenae. with or w ahout board. 13-
REST Room writable for man an J wife,
. u-T.t"" bo,rJ- pleaseatlj aitaaud. Addreea
h." thu office. s-lw
TANTED Girl for hoosework, small family;
-i'iijr at m t wenty-tmra street. 17-lw
ANTED At the Rock Itlacd Uouse a yard
ANTED A itilA'ion as Marhims;. or Eni.
nt-er; udr llox l.i9, .Milan. 111. IU
WASTED A sooi girl: aojilv at A. Jlosen
feldur a resid lice. No 808 Twentieth street.
ANTE Ntirce ir rl at il?r ti nvnn
HpLJy thert at ouce. 24-1 W
ANTED TOLTVd rvHnrier nnaa f.ilrA Ht
the Plo'vman, Mclinc, at once. SS
VTITANT ED Situation in office. gfre or some
insice woik by a competent man who is wiil
inprtowork; audrets "41. "this ctllce. 14
WAKT D Permanent office astlatant;
- - j iuMu. paiu; enclose se r-
udireed rteniped envelope. Manager, Box V2,
MONEY TO LOAN-Oti chattel mortirajres.
watce, diamond. Jewelry, and a'larlicle
of value. J . V. Jones, 1U14 Second avenue. -tf
WANTED An aser.t or canvasser in books:
lady preferred: J. 0to ff.J ptr month Ad
dress or eali on "m." 2tiX E:l.th avenue. 2 at
Tar ANTED A few cood talesmen to take orders
for a full l:ne of fruit ana ornamental trees,
snuill fruits, ro-es, shrubs, esc. No experience
necesary. Reference required. tiouD PV
AduresH.P. FREEMAN CO., Rochmteu,
. Y. juiv 15
WANTED All persor who cook ard bake lo
send for the l.-tookins Stove in the world;
price, t.i, tlTiaud J4: terms. 10 per oont. dis
cot;n: cash with order, r ont-ha'f with orrter,
btlauce in Kit days, aitbed Coles, tit) SIvrtle
avenue, lirook'yn, N. Y. "ll
WANTED SALESMEN" AND AGENTS If
joa ae an xperier.ced ranrasser. stay where
you a-e and write at once for the agency of my
Pa'.tut Self Hewing sa,i Iron. Exper ei.ced men
are mating 5 lo a weak: new beginners meke
fJtoJ u a Wr. No other household artx'e
equnls it as a seller, send for parifcuUr-. -ru-p
e. i:., to H. s. reise. Box Cine unat . ).
FOR SALE Coles' Box or WaiiDROIe
L vm,e is a perfect lounge fy day and a pei
fect tied tiv uieht. aud you can piit aw.iv as much
clothins or other articles u. in the averaee ward-rob--.
You cau i;et tnree articles for ihc price of
one. No extra charge for pack :nz or shippmi:
Mr. Dr. Ta'.mad.'e. wife of the celebrated
rr-.icl.er, says tl:t e lounges are vervnic-?.
Prices :n creton, S-0. flS. H : ra-r.i-, V2,!4;
raw aiik. 5Jii, $Jo: silk brocatelle. Si5. J:i0. Al-
KEn Coles. brand and Myrtle avenue, rrook
:m. y. y. n
STATB OF ILLINOIS. aa
R(X K IsLANO Cut NTT.
Circuit court or R ci Inland ciunTy. to the Sep-
leniberterm. A. D iyi. In CLMncery.
flenrr O. Ance:l vt. James Kaue. Margaret Kane
and the Home Iusurrtnce r au; H'.:y.
Affl lavit of the non-residence of the Home in
surance company tlcfendaiit aove nanitd. having
hreu !ilsl in the cftice oiihe clerk ol said ciremi
court of Rock 's;and county, notice is hereby
riven to the said Home Insurance company thai
Lhe coiup'.a. nan' heretofore filed his b.il of "com
plaint in said court, on the chancery side thereof,
and I bat a summons thereupon ipued tun of said
coorr, against said defendant, returnable at the
court house in the city of Rock Island in said
eounty.on the rlr-t Monday of September next,
1-01. as is by law required
Now. nciess you. the said Horue Insurance com
pany, shall personally be and apiear before said
circuit court of Rock Island county, on the first
day of a term thereof, to he hohlen at the city of
Rock Island in said county, on the first Monday of
September. ls.i. and plea-i. answer, or At mnr to
the said complainant's hill of complaint, the same,
and the matters aud things taeiein charged and
slater! wii! he taken a confessed, and a decree en
tered attainst yon according to '.he prayer of said
Rock Island. 111., .TulySS. A.D lrMM.
GEO W. GAMBLE. Clerk.
Oliver Olsen. Compi t's Sol r.
STATa OF ILLINOIS, I
Roth. Island Cocktt. I
In the circuit court at the Septemder term, A.
P., 191. la Chiuctry. Bid for specific per
formance. Ma ison B. Wricht vs. Naomi L, Favenport. Cath
erine Davenport, Henry C Davenport, hbeuzer
;. Daveupurt. Joseph L. Daveonort, Thomas J.
Robinson, Frederick Wcyerhauoer, and John
To the above named defendants Naomi L. Dav
enport. Catherine Daveuoort. Henry C. Daven
port. EtH-nzer C. Davenport and Joseph L. Dar
port. Affidavit of yonr non-residence having been
filed in the office of the clerk of said court, notice
is hereby given to you that the above named com
plainant baa this day filed in said cou:tbis bill of
comp aint against you on the chancery side of
said conrt and that a summons in chancery has
been lssaied airainat you. returnable to the next
term of said circu t court to be beirau and bolden
at the court house in the cty of Hock Island, in
sais caunty on the first Monday of September, A.
D.. lsyi. at wnich lijxe and place vou will appear
and plead, answer or demur to 8id bill of com
tla.n'. if you see fit.
Rock Island, ill.. Joly 2). A D.. 191.
GEORGE W. GAMBLE.
Clerk of sa d Court.
SwEEXETi Walker, Sol's forComplt
ADMINISTRATBIX'a SALE OF
Bv virtue of an order and decree of the county
coi;rt of Rook Island county. Illinois made on the
petition of uudersianed. Catherine E. Farrell
administratis of the estate of Win Farrell de
cerned, for leave to sell real estate cf eaid de
ceased, at the July term. A. D. I'M. of said court,
to-wit: On ihe-'ist day of July, lrtdl. I shall on
the -l-t day of Ansust neat, between the hours of
ten o'elock iu the forenoon and Eve o'clock lutne
afternoon of said day. sell for cash down, at public
sale, including widow's dower and homestead, at
the north aoor of the eourt hou-e, in the city of
Rock Isal' d, conMy ef Hock Isand. state of Illi
nois, tlie re.sl estate described as follows, to-wit:
Lots eleven (111 and twelve (13). in the northwest
Ja, of the southwest ii. of servtion three ). town
snip seventeen (1") north ranjte two (il. west of
the fourth 4J piinclpal rooridian according to as
sessor's pla, on file for IS 0. situated hi the county
cf Rock island, stu'e of Illinois.
Dated thlsiind day of Julv. 1S9I.
C ATHERINE E. FARRELL.
Administratrix of the estate of Wni. Farrell. deceased.
Estate of Rosalie Hartnagel, Deceased.
The uuders breed having been appointed admin
istrator of the estate of Rosalie llartna-e.
late of the connty of Rock Island, state
of Illinois deceased, hereby gves notice that he
will appear before the county court of Rock
Island connty, at the office of the clerk of said
court, in the citv of Rock Island, at the Octo
ber term, on the first Monday in October next,
at which time all persons bavins? claims asrainst
said estate are notified and reqnested to attend,
forthe purpose of havinn tbe same adjusted. All
persona indebted to said estate are requested to
make immediate payment to.t he undersigned.
Dated this ISth day of Atunst,A. D., 181.
J. R. JOHNSTON. Administrator.
BUY A BUFFALO
sm.w in Jfm thA nomine- citr of Wyom
ing. Has water-work a. electric lights, flouring
mil la. Located in the g-ardea of Wyomimr
Produoed the prize potato crop of the United
BtAtea in 1SW. for map and further lnfor.
martp apply to
MAMN h THOM, ButTalo, Wy.
-HA.B DECIDED TO SELL OUT HIS-
On that Account pur whole Stock of
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 arid 117 West Second Street, DAVENPORT, IA.
That two thirds of Your Time
Is Spent In Your Shoes ?
Whv not wear Comfortable Shoes?
Why not wear Good Fitting Shoes?
Why not wear the Best Make of Shoes?
Why not wear Serviceable Shoes?
Why not wear the Latest Style Shoes?
All these advantages can be obtained at the
OLD RELIABLE SHOE HOUSE,
CARSE & CO.,
1622 Second Avenue
. Ivi-i I . .nut lr.n.li.rWir v to it.s klU. ft.
Imam aM piniples, Ireekle. and tL -colorations, roe
I sale by all nrewilsaa dniriO'U or mailed for M eta.
J. T. DIXOJST,
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue