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THEHJRGUg FBIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1891
-tfSn chattel mortgages,
w. tOAN-fn " d ,n articieB
W 'i.wiW. r"7"'i .viu.
7TT int;trjt House-
l- unU-'mi'ii to take orders
l 7, " .1 ornamental trees,
F.i;r-0 !.iw'tc. No experience
who cook and bake to
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UTI1H. 1 Pir ?V"- Y..
,r ouc-hiir wuu rai
:,' ;, coles. 5J0 Myrtle
3' " "
-7.s Hot OR AKDR1"1
i'll."1 . . ... krtni warn.
...,m.-r ' - " .
rilck-a for the price of
n mhk for pack inn or Bhlppin?
w SJi'ioanie are rery nice.
? 'rtodand Myrtle avenue. Brook-
IIIPM & Co.
f ,n ; i ir-e additions to their stock
jj cjplicsof al! kinds, including
Encyclopedeas, Etc ,
st Goods at Low Rates-
I D, HUESING,
:wnn. amoas; other lme-tned ana well
: reinsurance Companies be following:
TlaiaraTiceComnaiT. of Eneland.
r:ur Fire Ins. Company of . Y.
iwOsmsn Ins. Co.. Buffalo. N. Y.
raar Of nnan Ins. Co.. Rochester. H. Y.
IjuIh. Co., of Pittsburgh, Ps.
t. retrace. i,onaon.
Us. Co., of California,
.-tylm. C).. New Hiveo. Conn.
Iniiee Mechanics Ins. Co.. Milwaukee. Wis
lac Fire Ins. Co., of Peoria, 111.
ttCo:, 18th St., and Second Ave.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
I. H. BUFORD,1
f o!d ?ire a: a Ttme-rrteS Companies .
m PROMPTLY PAD).
ki low Manrrell-ble company caa aflea.
surety on Bonds.
B0SD3HES SUPERCEDED. '
""oiro r.i.inin-d tn give bonds In ptwl-
k"'- 1 wh0 ,le-ire to ld akin?
F-'I .0 0 "oni th,.. I.... i ; r
r,.j.a mn"" 'rom further obligations ac
i rjj ,. nesire Bonds and
fequirfd in ihecour :s. MhnnM atml
i'RETT r-n "'T v thB AMERICAN
, D?:- "', N,;w ' orK, Caih Capital
p. UEBBKKSECd?. Aeent.
'"- 'ecoa avenue. Kock Island, IU.
PEKmmKS A 8PB01AI.TT.
F("h Ave. andTwentv-TMrd W
4 '"EhwjCm.,,,, r
Hie w B acknowteige(
tne lea)inr remeily fo--onorrbra
l be only mie mmmly fn
Lcnrorrhora or White
I ureacribe tt and lee
safe in recommending t
to all mr.n.
. . 1'H.ATUa. U4.
AT THE PLAY.
Amid a multitude we sat alone.
By friendly half liehta screened (ram
Band clasp, id in hand we watched the stag
With rainbo- Area ww Richard to his throna
Stride throng a hia kinsmen's blood, to lose a
Throne, lifn and soul. What tragic toroas
This world in conntorfcitl Yet undismayed.
Half in-a dreitm we saw the scenes shift past;
And when the curtain fell npon the strife
We turned ai d smiled into each other's eyes
With unchecked love as under broader skies.
When this htrange pageantry which we call
Has flitted b; , somewhere we two shall sit
Together, sm .ling at the close of it.
lone Kent in Boston Transcript.
The Dimes Piled Cp.
A nimble witted young man who writes
for the newspapers on current topics, at so
much per column, made up his mind a few
weeks ago that the possession of a type
writing instrument would Ereatly increase
his earning iapacity. He talked with his
wife about t ie matter, and she agreed with
him tnat t ie purchase of a typewriter
would be a ftood investment. But how to
make the pt rchase was the question. The
"nimble wit ted" had very little ready cash.
and he was not in a position to command
credit to any considerable extent.
Upon inquiry he found that typewriters
were sold on the installment plan, ten dol
lars down una ten or twenty dollars a
month, as -might be agreed npon. He
bought an instrument for $100, and agreed
to pay twenty dollars per month. Then
his wife and himself made a private agree
ment that each and every ten cent niece
that came it to the possession of either of
them should go into a box and be anDlied
to the payment for the typewriter. Under
no circumstances was either of them to
spend a ten cent coin.
This plan worked very well for the box,
but it nearly bankrupted the nimble witted
young man in the first month. Nearly
every coin that he received for change was
a ten cent piece. He was unable to spend
more than tlirty or forty cents out of a
dollar because of the accumulation of tan
One evening he went to Coney Island
with his wife. They had a modest little
dinner thep;, and upon returning home
they found that they had taken in iust
$3.60 in ten oeut pieces on that trip. At
tne ena 01 t he nrst month the box was
found to cor tain fifty three dollars in ten
cent pieces. - New York Times.
fresence of Mind.
has to undi rijo, in this prosaic ace of the
World. Tlfirs mial Tm.t-i 1 u nftt. 1 1 t. 1 1 1-
which, in former times, the military spy
was constantly falling into. Under such
circumstances of peril he must have his
wits about i im.
The Into 1 1 1 T-Y1 nrk nitnlia-nt n 4nnwni;
- unuu, a juutuaiiN
and man o ' letters, was once the corre
spondent of the London Times, which, in
rauce, was a natea paper, lie attended
a revnlnr.imiflrv mariner a T ... V,
J -. . - . ..... UWJJUU,
the population had begun to commit dea-
FTa tnpw TTronih en wall .-, A v.nJ
-........ . . LH, auu uou wu
cleverly assumed the guise of a working
man, that hi was not suspected; but sud
denly a rumor was announced to the meet
ing that an i-missarv of the hrnr.nl lnil.n
Times was t here.
At once t he mob was in an uproar, and
lnil fl frioa If Bnnniloil iPl.o.nl.Ann.l.i - 1.
- . vuEn.uuu3-iri n m
mortl a la r viere!" (Let ns find him! kill
mmi to tne river with him:)
Olinhant -umnprl t.n hia fnot. o-ttl, tv
of overwhel aiing indignation, shouting at
the top of his voice, "Cherchocs-lel Moi,
je le connaif- de vue!" (Let's find himl I
1. I. : v : i . .
Under co -er of this real, and hunting
everywhere for the detested Englishman,
he made his escape. Youth's Companion.
Four Perfect Women.
The Pror het Mohammed is reported to
have said "t bat among men there had been
many perfet t, but not more than four of
the other sex have attained perfection to
wit, Asiah, Mary, Khadijah and Fatima."
Asiah was the wife of the Pharaoh of the
Exodus. She forsook the faith of her
fathers, on account of which her husband
subjected her to many cruelties. The
Virgin Mry was the second perfect
woman, Mohammed stating that "she had
been exalted above all the women of the
world." Khadijah was the first wife of
the prophet, "a princess among women."
Fatima, act ording to Mohammed, was the
fourth perfect woman, she being his be
loved daugi ter. London Tit-Bits.
iu Act of Gratito.Ie.
A gentleman saved the life of a clothes
dealer, who bud been capsized in a boat.
The latter 'ras profuse in his thanks, and
said to his rescuer: "I see that you have
spoiled your clothes on this auspicious oc
casion. Allow me to take the opportunity
of handing you my business card. Ten
thousand e egant summer suits at forty
six marks!" Fliegende Blatter.
Getting Rid of a Nuisance.
First Litt e Bird Here comes a boy with
a gun. Shall we fly away?
Second L.ttle Bird No. He'd only fol
First Litt e Bird But what shall we do?
Second Little Bird Sit here and let him
fire at ns. 3y and by he will shoot off a
finger or something and go home. Good
In Brazil there grows a tree which has
hard urn shaped fruits, known as mon
key cups. They contain edible nuts and
the husks are very peculiar, being six
inches in di tmeter and having regular lids
which fit them closely and separate when
the seeds are mature.
An interesting relic of the past at old
Pemaquid in a street thirty feet wtde, paved
with medium sized flat stones raised in the
middle and having good gutters and curbs
of large stones, besides a fine sidewalk 11
feet wide. The street was built in 1630.
Under the name of "Chattahs," a kind of
umbrella hi 4; or sunshade is made in India
of the leave of a palm or of the plantain
leal Chatt aha are worn by the plowmen,
cowkeepera and coolies of Bengal and
In France the making of matches is a
monopoly of the government, which farms
out the priv lege at a large figure, the result
being that it costs much more to strike a
light In that country than it does else
To deternine whether the joint of a
sewer pipe leaks or not, wrap it with a
iece of white cloth saturated with a solu
tion of acetate of lead. If it leaks the clotll
will become- black.
The most costly gentlemen's hate of or
dinary manufacture are those made as
Panama of straw, which take six months
to make ami are sold at twenty-five dollars
Peach ice cream at Krell & Math's.
Lemon ice cream at Krell & Math's.
Bov wants rl imnntdl.t.lv t ih. hard
ware store of E. Housmsn.
806 Third avenue, Moline.
Peach ice Cream Tn aria frnm fraash rin
peaches at Krell & Math's.
Chocolate, vanilla and tip urn inn nra.m
and lemon ice at Krell & Math's.
The finest anil avnotAot lin. Af VaMaK
candies just received at Krell & Math's.
J. M. 13 u ford offers for sale some nice
business trortv at. humin 10.19,
Several modern hnnnpn on Th;rtv.o;tv,
Thirty-seventh. Thirtv eiirth and PnrtiPth
streets for sale 01 for rent. E. H. Guver.
The deenenino- of th ino iho
a "wj " . uu
lumber comnanv'a R mill has h... fin
ished and the mill will start again Mon
Brick ice cream taken t Via loud and
Krell & Math take the lead in turning out
V. .. A . .. . .
mc uuem, purest ana oest in the three
cities. Try them when you want some
thing nice in cream. '
c. Lonn Fair and Yelled Prophets.
For the St. Lonia fair the "Ttiirli
route," C, B. & Q will sell Oct. 3 to 10
iuwuwyc, uuaeis at one rare lor the
round trip, nlus 5()c for arl
Tickets good returning to Oct. 12 in"
uiusive. ju lueeaay uct. 8 for the
Veiled Prophet, rates will be one fair
for round trip without admission tick-
as. iveturn iimu same as above. A
Decial train will le ITS -Rn.lr Tclond nn
that date at 8 p. m., Moline 8 18 p. m.,
arriving at i LiOUlS 0:51) a. m.. Re
turning special train leaves Sr T.mii
11:30 p. m. after the prrade.
a. u. Mack, Div. Pass. Agt.
What is more attrartivn than . nnttii
face With a frOfih. hHrrVit nnmnln.lnnl TJV,.
it, use Pozzoni's Powder.
EldcBeftdacbecnd relieve an the troubles fncf
dent to a bilious state of the system, euoh as
Xizziziesst Nausea, Dratrsineas, Distross after
eating. Fain in tha Side, &o. While their moeft
Tfgi it rbfttle Boccese has been shown in curing ,
Soa9ache. yet Carter's Little Liver Fills ars
equally valuable in Constipation, curing and pre
venting this annoying complaint. -while they also
correct all disorder of thOHtomach,stimulatelb.S
liver and regulate the bowels. Even if they only
(Aeliethey would bo aim ostpricelcss to those
Bufer from this distressing complaint; butforto
xtately theirpoodness dooa noend hered those
Who ence try tbem will find t neee little pills valu
able In Romany ways that they will not be wil
Jiag to do without them. But after allsicktaac
flfhebaneofBOinany lives that here is where
we make our great boast. Our pills cure It waila
;Otbors do not.
Carter's Little Liver PUIS are Try small and
very easy to take. One or two pills make a dose.
They are strictly vegetable and do no gripe or
purpe, but by their gentle action please all who
use them. In viilsat 25cents; five for $1. Sold
by droggista eveiywhere, or s:nt by mail.
CARTER MEDICINE CO., New York.
SMALL PilL. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRiGf
A delicious and EsaltHul Confection!
THE PUREST AND BEST CUM
EVEH OFFIRED TO THB PUBLIC!
ITS KED1C.HAL PROPERTIES ARE INVALUAELEI
SC2E C0UaH3 COLDS,
AHD IS HIGHLY BENEFICIAL TO DYSPEPTICS.
It whitens the teeth and sweetens the breath, im
parts a pleasant taste to the mouth, and an agree
able feeling to the stomach.
BorR's Chac-To Gum is the be?t, try it once, and
you will use no other afterwards. If any dealer
yon ask for it. has not got it, take no other, but go
somewhere else. You will find all propressive
dealers have it. that is the class of dealers to pat
ronize always for anything you want.
CHEW BORC'S CHOC-TO CUM,
59 A 61 S. CANAL ST.,
Hartz Bahnsen, Wholesale Agents for Bock
BOLD HEDAL,.PABIS, 1878.
W. Baker &Co;s
from which the excess of
oil has been removed, is
and it is Soluble.
are used in its preparation. It has
more than three timet the strength of
Cocoa mixed with Starch, Arrowroot
or Sugar, and is therefore far more
economical, costing Jess than one cent
a cup. It is delicious, nourishing,
strengthening, easily digested,
and admirably adapted for invalids
as well as for persons in health.
Sold by Grocer everywhere.
W. BAKER & CO., Dorcbester, Mass.
-HAS DECIDED TO SELL OUT HIS-
On that Account Our whole Stock of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Has to be Disposed of
AT ANY PRICE;
"Worth of Men's, Boys1 and Children's Clothing
To be Bought for
115 and 117 West Second Street, DAVENPORT, IA-
Carse & , Co.
The acknowledged leaders in
Now invite the public to inspect their new
foil cfr1jr tTtrVirVi io PAATDT T7HTT7 in oil
ian oiwviv, vvxxivix u vwiui juxj a jj in evil
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
ImpartBafcriuiant transparency akia. ta
.1 nimntM. fivoklm and diicoloTatiais. Fat
wie by tui st1 dnMrgt-t. . or matted lor at eta.
aw maa aja. Baaa Mam u i J
I " V IIS I I Baa V a.a.rouos4
THIS PAPER '&m
Krwspapxa Asmnarne Bcaaao (10 Bprao
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue