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THJe: AltGUS. WEDNESDAY, Al'ltlL 29, 1891.
- JffiffP Cojuirin.
For Sale, Rest, Exchange and Miscel
laneous wants inserted one day at 1c
per word; three days at Xc per word
and one week at Ho per word.
"Situations wanted" and local "Help
wants not exceeding three lines in
sorted one week in the DAILY ARGUS
"CKB BBXI A Barn, KM Twenty-first street.
FOR RENT- A large comfortable bouse. No,
J1C9 Fifth avenne. -m-St
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms; enquire at
1717 Second avenue.
'ANTED A. sitiidtion as book keeper or
ICKLT FCRNISHKD ROOM FOR TWO
Ktuuemeo ai osn Twentieth street.
MEN WANTED Salary ami eipenses: pe r
manent place; apply at once. Brow Bros.
Co., K ursery men, Chicago. 14
TOXKY TO LOAN On chattel uiortpsircs.
A.VA watches, diamonds, jewelry, and a II articles
of value. J. W. Jones. 1HU Second avenue. -tf
WANTED-Laily and gentlemen aeents; fio to
ten dnllnre a day eusy made: will pair salarr
or commission, call at Gordon Hotel, room one.
J A. ELBERT. deMer In second bind pood.
S(5 East r-ec-nd street Davenport, will py
the hlirhcst cash price for carjx-tH, book, cloth
ing, shoes, etc. i'ronipt attest ion will bepaldt.i
corres pocden ce . 2a
WASlTHD Two or three g-ood men to repre
sent onr well known bou.c for town and cilr
trade; local and iravelicc. $100 and expenses
per month to the risrbt man. Apply quick, stat
ing aire. L.LMuiCc. Nnraervmea, Fiorina
and Seedsmen. St. P.ul. Minn.
(This house is responsible.
WAITERS WANTED Girl waiters, foraCtvt
class hotel in one f the lamest cities U Illi
nois; wares siS.U) per month wlta room and
board. Jtnst be experienced waiter, of pood
character and fully understand the buxiness: none
others need apply. Addr-ss "Steward" cart- of
this paper. Mat:n'- aire, nationality, experience,
where employed, and when couid Commence
wrork, etc. iT-lw
Jolin rolk 6c Co.,
'Sash, Doors. BUnds. Siding. Floorinp,
and all kinds of wood work for builders.
' Sighteecth St.. bet. Third- and Fourth aves.
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t. t. : rv ...
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The Most Unique Birthday Souvenir,
Bitthd.iy K'nj set with precious stones, each jewel represent; 112 a month f the year.
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A JEWFT FOR EACH MONTH: January. Cur.i t; FeVrna'y. Penr!: Mac!i. Hv
ncltith; April, D-amnuu; .Vuy. Kiueraid ; Jtiiis. t ntee : .u y. huby . Ausiiift. 5!itisi-; Septem
ber, fnpplnre : Oct.il.r. 1 ji 11: Ni.vemh r. T.ipuz: December, inrqu-iise Ulue.
The p. pnlsr M.-sjid ia beautiltil r.iii- r-i,d at a jw pr ce. by j. iiAVSEK. the j-we'ir, 1S7 Sec
ond avenue, Hnck iHiauil, til.
"Ilealtli is Wealtli."
Give the Baby a Ride in one of Our Fine Carriages,
.A fall line of FURNITtrRE AND CABPETS, REFRIOER-3
ATORS AND STOVES.
Why I How reasonable the prices are la what everyone says who looks over oar line of Carriages.
Ouralm is to sell goods at 1 , we;t possible prices. Qulik ia ea and snail proflt our motto.
NOTHING LIKE ITI
Blood is thicker than water,
and must be kept pure to
insure good health.
Bitot's Specific is natures remedy
for this purpose.
It never to fails climnate the Impni
ties and build up the peccral hca!tk.
There Is only one Swift's Spettifio,
and there is nothing like it.
Be sure and pet the penuine.
Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases
The Swift Specific Co.. Atlanta, Ga
Fiieze and CViling
We have arranged with tueles" Paper Ilanrers.
and Painters in the city to take charge of our work.
Satisfactory rcsnlts can be relied on.
R. CRAJ.IPTOX & CO.
1 1 n f
C. A. MECK,
322 Brady Preet Davenport, Iowa
WEEKLY WAGES LAW.
The w Illinois Statutory Provision.
Sannraetnrers Kequirrd to (Settle
With Help Quarterly in Thin
i Following is a copy of the bill to pro
vide for the weekly payment of wages by
corporations which has just been signed
by Governor Fifer, and becomes a law:
Section 1. Be it enacted by the peo
ple of the state of Illinois represented in
the general assembly, that every manu
facturing, mining, quarrjmp, lumbering,
mercantile, street, electric, and elevated
railway, telegraph, telephone, and munic
ipal corporation, and every incorporated
express company and water company,
shall pay weekly each and every employe
engaged in its business, the wages earned
by such employe to within six days of
the date of such payment; provided, how
ever, tbat at any time of payment any
employe shall be absent from his regular
place of labor he shall be entitled to said
payment at any time thereafter upon de
mand. Sec. 2. Any corporation violating any
of the provisions of this set shall be lit
ble to a penalty not exceeding f 50, and
not less than $10 for each violation, to
be paid to the people of the state, and
which may be recovered in a civil action.
Provided an action for such violation is
commenced witnin 30 days from date
(hereof: any person may bring an action
in the name of the people of the state ss
plaintiff, against any corporation which
neglects to complv with the provisions of
M his act for a period of two weeks, after
l aving been notified in writing by such
l-erson that such action wi 1 be brought.
On the trial of such action, such corpora
tion shall not be allowed to set up any
defense for a failure to pay weekly any
employe engaged in its business the
wages earned by such employe to
within six days of tbe date of such
payment, otber than a valid assign
n ent of such wages, or a valid set oS
against tbe same, or the absence of such
employe from his regular place of labor
at the time of payment of the wages so
etrned by him, or a breach of contract
by such employe or a denial of the em
ployment. No assignment of future
wges payable weekly under the provisi
ioas of this act shall be valid if made to
the corporation from whom such wages
ar to become due, or to any person on
btbaltof such corporation, or if m .de or
procured to be nude to any person for
tin purpose of relieving such corporation
from the obligations to pay weekly under
tbi! provisions of this act. Nor shall any
jf said corporations require an? arjree
nit nt from any employe to accept wages
t other periods tban as provided in sec
tion 1 of this act, as a condition of em
Sec. 3- The penalties herein pro
viced may be recovered in any court hav
inr civil jurisdiction by such in the name
of tbe person bringing the same.
I). J. Wilson, of Cable, was in the
George Studauhar went to La Salle on
business this morning.
Hiss Lizzie Kseley who has been visit
ing here tbe past week, left for Chicago
Frof. Parker, the mesmerist, drew a
big audience at Turner nail last evening,
and performed a number of wonderfully
F S. Gates, a former mill owner at
Fort Byron, now engaged in the same
business at Milner, Arkansas, is in tbe
city on business.
M ij. Mackenzie has commenced nov
irg his offices into the fourth floor of
Mitchell & Lynde's new block. The otber
teua its of the building wiil move in the
latter part of the week.
Aichie Wicks, fcr sometime collector
for tne tri-city telephone exchange, and
now superintendent of the telephone com
pany at Alton, met with a serious acci
dent there yesterday. He was on a tele
(boDepole when it fell to the ground. It
is not known just how he is irjured but
a telt gram staled tbat it was serious.
A. Reid McCollough, a resident of
Daveaport since 1SC0, and one of Scott
county's volunteers in tbe late war, has
reluctantly decided to locate permanently
in Chicago and left for there last nigbt
with his family, having sent his household
u'Dodf- in before. Mr. McCollough and
hia family will be gretlv missed by their
many friends. The G. A. R. boys will
rnifs leid on Decoration day. We wish
him Success in his new home. Diven
O-cau-Kee tribe, No. 15, Improved
Order of Red Men, had an important and
iiittre ;ting meeting last evening and there
ns consequently a large attendance.
After the regular business of the evening
bid hi en disposed of the braves were sur
prised by their squaws with baskets, who
came laden for a feast, and also accom
panied by musicians for a friendly dance
about t he camp fire . The occasion proved
one of much happiness and will not soon
be f on;otten .
Hue linger Bros., of Davenport, have
issued i valuable souvenir of the three
cities in tbe way of a photographic album
and deinptive sketch. The book, which
is nicelr covered, contains photographic
bird's-eye views of each of the three cit
ies, thi principal buildings, business
blocks ind residences of each ; also of
Rock It land arsenal and Black Hawk's
tower, together with descriptive sketches
of each city. In compiling the work, the
Messrs. Huebinger have combined artis
tic meri: aa well as much care to secure
accuracy, both in the views and in the
descript ve sketches. The book la some
thing of which the tri-cities should be
proud. It is on sale at Kingsbury A
Son's in Rock Island.
' 25 Emma B Perry to J H Cannon, nj,
swi and w. se, 21, 19, 5w, $400.
K E Blackman to J H Cannon, dJ, aw
and w J, sei, 21, 16, Sw. 3400.
Kate B Clifford to J II Cannon, i,sw
and wi, sei, 21. 16, 5w, $400.
S G cUein to Edward Feldmao, cj.net,
16, 16, 5w, $2,100.
Mary Piatt to Fred Hanson, part of lot
3 and 4, E Carter's sub division in Seen,
cer's second addition to Rock Island, $'25 .
J Huntoon to J A Schmidt, lot 17,
Huntoon's addition to Moline. and indef
inite strip of land adjacent, $500.
Theodore Scattergood to J H Cannon,
J of 1-5 of n. swjand wi se. 21,16, 5w,
Levi 8 McCabe to H E Ereli and F J
Math, t J lot S.block 10, Spencer & Case's
addition to Rockk Island. $9,000.
E U Guyer and E W Harst to L S Mc
Cabe, j of lot 22, block 7, Fairmount ad
dition to Moline, $2v'0.
Sarah B Cobb to S O Connor, lots 1
and 2, block 76, Chicago addition to
Rock Islani, $450.
27 Estate of Lucy M. Joslin Letters
of administration issued to John J. Jos
lin; bond filed and approved.
Estate of H. Wreath Inventory filed
Estate of Peter Bengston Final re
port of administrator filed and approved,
and order of dis'ribution.
Estate of Peter J. Verdegem Petition
by Peter B. Verdegem for letters of ad
ministration to August Cobert.
Estate of Peter Ilolzhammer Just and
true account of personal estate and debts
filed and approved. Petition for sale of
real estate to pay debts filed; claims al
lowed. Guardianship of minor heirs of R.
Grensemann Petition by C. I. Grense
mann for letters of guardianship.
Fine machinist's tools at Koch's.
A few boarders wanted at 806 Nine
All kinds of musical merchandize at
Housel, Woodyat & Co's.
The very latest in sheet music at
Housel, Woodyat & Co's.
Wanted atjonce three good coat makers,
Rogers the tailor, Davenport.
Private boarding for respectable young
men at 219 Seventeenth street.
Ice cream always on hand at Krell &
Math's. Remember and try a dish.
Sure cure for dyspepsia, chewing gum.
All the best brands at Krell & Math's.
Attend the Davenport-Aurora series of
ball games Thursday, Friday and Satur
day. For Sale A small house on Nineteenth
street opposite Episcopal church. Apply
at this office.
Championship games at Davenport
Thursday. Friday and Saturday Daven
port vs. Aurora.
Wanted at once. Five or sir carpen
lers. Would prefer union men. Seivers
Butter cups put up in half and one
pound air tight jars, smaller amount
loose, at Krell & Math's.
The Davenport and Aurora clubs, of
the Inter State leaeue, open at Daven
port Thursday for three games.
Davenport won both Sunday's nd
yesterday's games from Cedar Rapids.
Harry Sage caught yesterday.
No April fool joke but a fact, that
the Crown dining room serves a better
meal for 25 cents than any other place
in the city.
Ah hah! Tbe latest; we have them,
mint glaces. They consist of extra fine
cream and flavored strongly of mint.
Krell & Math always have the latest for
J. J. Lercb, the well known painter,
paper hancer, grainer, kalsominer, etc.,
is prepared to do all kinds of work in his
line in first class manner. Shop No.
309 Eighteenth street.
Tbe new music firm of Housel, Wood
yat &Co. are exclusive agents for the
Decker Bros.. Weber. Estey, Wheelock,
Stuyvesant, Camp & Co's. Sterling and
Arion pianot ; tbe Estey. Farrand & Vo
tey and Western Cottage organs.
All persons having claims against Fred
Hass, aa receiver or special master of the
Rock Island & Milan street railway corns
pany, must present them for adjustment
on or before May 1, in order to have same
paid . It is expected that all funds in his
hands will be distributed according to
order of court on or after that date.
Receiver and Special Master.
The new music house of Housel, Wood
yat & Co.. is now open for business, but
they will have their formal opening in a
few days, due notice of which will be
DON r THROW TJP THE JP0KGE!
Tba- hideousoere, Giant Despair, cfti u fastens
big clutel tipon the chronic invalid. Cou-tantly
plagued by dyspepsia, billioneiiess and constipa
tion nervous and sieepYss loo what wonder it
U that having irledia valna multitude of useless
remedies he i ready, figuratively speaking, to
'throw np the sponge."' Let the unfortunate
"take heart of grace." Honetter's Stomach Bitters
can and will put a terminus to his trials. It
strengthens the stomach, confers nervous vi-or
7 'romo,ilS asiiuliatijn of the food, arouses
the liver when dormant, and relaxes tbe bowels
without imin. The ability to dliret and assimi
late restored, the abilitytasleepfollows. Notbin"
ttieu can Htay tbe renewal of health bur impru
deuce. UoHetter Stomach Bitters, noreover
transcends all others as a remedy for malarial,
rheumatic and kidney complaints. A wineglass
lull three tlm' f a day.
BEST AND1 CHEAPEST
tSThe only Faint Bouse in the city.
R. M. WALL,
Ms Third Ave . '
UNLIKE TEA & COFFEE
winning recognition. Unlike tea and coffee, it is not only a
stimulant but a nourisher; and it has the great advantage of
leaving no narcotic effects. Hence it is adapted to general
use. The strong may take it with pleasure, and the, weak
"BEST & GOES FARTHEST."
SfJVaK Houten's Cocoa C'oaee tried, always used"? leaves no injurious effects on the
nervous sj-sto in. It is no wonder, therefore, that in all parts of the world, this irn,ir;
Cocoa is recommended by taetHcal men Inateud nt tea nod coffee or other
coeona or chocolates tor dally tie by children one' .. :iIo nn.l .let, 1-1,1,
aad poor. 'Ianret sale in the world." Ask for Vajt IIoCTES'saud tike mi rW. Ka
THE POSITIVE CURE
I ELY BROTHERS. OS Warren 8U Kew York. Pr.ce 60 cta.1
THE MOLINE WAGON.
THE MOLINE WAGON CO.,
Manulacturers ol FARM, SPRING and FREIGHT WAGONS
fall and complete lice ef PLATFORM and other Spring Was-oca, especially adapted to ih.
weetern trade. of superior workmanship and inish. Illustrated Price List free os
application. See the MOLlh'K AaGON before pr.rehasici.
an r wj - vr
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOHN & ADLER.
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street
NL. E. IVETJRRTJST,
Choice Family Groceries
Cor. Third avenue and Twenty-first St.. Ro:k Island.
A first-clas. stock of Groceries that will be sold at lowest livlEff trice". A sfca-e cf t u'i.
patronage solicited. . 1 n.... . ,
C. J. W. SCHREINEB,
Contractor and Builder,
1121 and 113 Fourth avenue. Reaidence U19 Fourth avenue.
Plans sad srcati furairted on all ciaaaei of work; also agent of Wilier'. Patent Inside
tJudinr Blinda, aometfcmg aew, sty lisu and desirable. ,
' ' BOCK ISLAND. ILL.
- GOOD FOR THE NERVES.
W 1 fed fs
DAVIS & CO,
A complete stock of
Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing.
Hose, Fire Brick, Etc
Sole Agent for
DEAN STEAM PUMPS and
SIGHT FEED LUBRICATORS
We guarantee every one perfect, and will send Ci ps.
Twenty day'a trial, to responsible parties.
Safety Heating Boilers and Contractors 'o
furnishing and laying Water, and
1712 First Ave.,
Rock Island, UlinoU .
Telephone 1HS. Residence Telephone 100.
Goods received by
CALL AND EXAMINE.
COMPLETE IN ALL
FOR CATALOGUES ADDRESS
J. C. DUNCAN,'