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THE AUG US. TUESDAY. J UNE 30, 1891
For mem only
TOUR 3I0XEY, CS YOUH LIFE I
This question is a "pert" one, but we
mean it. Will you sacr tlce a few paltry
dollars, and save your life? or will you
allow your blood to bec3tne tainted, and
yoursvstpm run-down, until, finally, you
are laid away in the grave? Better be
in time, and "hold up'' your hands for
Dr. Pierce's Golden M dical TKscovery,
a guaranteed remedy fr all scrofulous
and other blood-taints, from whatever
caue arising:. It cuivs all Skin and
Scalp Diseases, Ulcers, Sores, Swellings
and kindred ailments. It Is power
fully tonic as well as alterative, or
blo6d-cleansinr, in its eflects. hence it
strengthens the system and restores
vitalitv, thereby dispelling all those
languid, "tired feeling experienced
by the debilitated. Especially has it
manifested its potency in curing Tetter,
Salt-ihenm, Eczema, Erysipelas, Boils,
Carbuncles, Sore Eyes, Goitre, or Thick
Keck, and Enlarged Glands. World's
Dispensary Medical Association, Mak
ers, No. GG3 Main Street, Buffalo, N.
VNJCQ'JfUSfrEOWITH THE GEOGRAPHY OFTHiS COUNTRY WILL C9TVH
UCH VALUABLE INFORMATION FROV t STUCY OF THIS MAP CF THE
CMcap, MIsMfc Pacific By,
The Direct Route to and from C! !cago, Jollrt, Ottawa,
Peoria, La Sal!e, Moline, Rock Inland. In ILLINOIS :
Davenport. alimatiri., Ottmirca, Okaloosa, Des
Moines, Wlntereet, Audubon, Harlan and Council
Blufls, Jn IOV.'A; Minneapolis and St. Paul, In MIX
KESOTA; Watertown and Sioux Falls, In DAKOTA;
Cameron, St. Joseph and Kansas City, in MISSOURI ;
Omaha, Lincoln, Fairbury and X son, in XKBRA.-CA ;
Atchison, Leavenworth. Hnrton, T.ipeka, Hutchinson.
Wichita. Belleville, Abilene, Vodx Citv. Caldwell. In
KANSAS: Kingfisher, El Reno at d Mlnco, In INDIAN
TERRITORY; Denver, Colorado Sprlnas and Pjeblo.
in CoLORA DO. Traverses new ureas of rich funning
and grazing lauds, affording the b-st facilities of Inter
coinmuniratinn to all towns and cities east and west,
nc.-tliwest aud southwest o.' Chtcaja and to Tacifie and
VESTZBVXE EXPRE.SS TRAINS
Loadin? all comnetirors In nl.-uW nt .
tctween CHICAGO and DE3 MOINES. COINCIL
lii-LrrS and OMAHA, and betveen CHICAGO and
DENVER, COLORADO SPRING.- and PUEBLO, via
KANSAS CITV and TOPEKA ani via ST. JOSEPH.
First-Clasa Dav Coaches. FIJFF I rriTviv? rr.TrJ
CATS, and Palace Sleepers, with Dining Car Service.
C low connect!'.: at Tv-nver and C dorado Spriccs with
diverging railway lines, now foiaiiug the atw and
TRANS-ROCKY MOUNTAIN ROVTS
Cvr which superbly-equipped trains run dal'y
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANG Z to and frm Salt
LakeClt.v Cgiez ar.3 San Fn:isco. THE liOCK
ISLAND Is also the Direct ana- I arorlte Line to and
from Manitou. Pike's Peak and al ntlier sanitary ond
scenic resorts and cities and mining listrlcuin Colorado.
DAILY FAST EXPRESS TRAINS
Trnm St Joseph and Kansas City -o and from all im
portant towns, cities and sections In Southern Nebraska
Kansas and the Indian Territory. Also via AL!:ERT
LEA ROUTE fiom Kanas City am! Chicago to Water
town, Sioux Falls, MINNEAPOL 3 and ST PVUL,
connecting for all points north a id northwest between
the lnkes and the Pacific Coast
For Tickets, Mai, Folders, or desired Information
apply to any Coupon Ticket Office in the United States
or Canada, or address
E. ST. JOHN, JOHN SEBASTIAN,
GenT Manager, GenlTkt 4 Pass. Aet,
TTTILL b under the supei-vision of the
B.nTO11' Codar Rapids H Northern
ir;,;MORRISON- Manager, and
iJLSP? Jr tne reception of quests
June 15th in eacQ year. Visitors will And
: THE ORLEANS
i water baths, electric beua and all modern
improvements, jreeam laundry, billiard
i balls, bowling alley, etc, a ad positively
I tree from annoyance by mcaquitos.
ROUND-TRIP EXCURSION TICKETS
..jf will be placed on sale at the commenoe-
Cedar Rapids ft Northern Bail way end
ell of its connecting lines a- low rates to
the following points; Spirir Lake, Iowa
Waterville, Minneapolis, fit.- Paul end
Lake Minnetcnka. Minnesot; Lake Su-
i pernor points; YeuowstoEe Park end
, '-.,, joint in Colorado.
ivi ilc ur a jjgiqpMrnmor raratUH KJ
General Ticket end Pass anger Agent.
Ki&r Rapids, Iowa; for batel rates to
I J. MOKKI30N, Manaffer, Spirit Lake.
il. tVEt. i r HiaMFem
The Lav Enarted by r..e Keren t I.Fsrl.
latnre Provld nx f i r the Htne-a
Bill of Ineret to Errryonn.
Much inquiry has Leea made as to the
bill patscd by toe legislature providing
for the payment by corporations of their
employes weekly. The law in full is
Section 1. JBe it enacted by the neoDle
of the state of Illinois, represented in the
general assembly. That every manufac
turing, mining, quarrying, lumbering,
mercantile, railroad, surface, street, elec
tric and elevated railway, steam railway.
t except steam surface railroads ) steam
uoai, teiegrapn, telephone, and municipal
corporation, and every Incorporated ex
press company and water company, shall
pay weekly each and every employe en
gaged in its business, the wages earned
by such employe to within six days of
the date of such payment. Provided,
however, that if 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
Section 2. Any corporation violating
any of the provisions of this act shall be
liable to a penalty not exceeding $50, and
not less than 10 for each violation, to
be paid to the people of the state, a,nd
which may be recovered in a civil action:
Provided an action for such violation is
commenced within 80 days of the date
thereof; any person may bring an action
in the name of tie people of the state, as
plaintiff, against any corporation which
neglects to comply with the provisions of
this act for a period of two weeks, after
having been notified in writing by such
person that such action will b3 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 tue
wais earned by such employe to within
six days of the date of such payment,
other than a valid assignment of such
wsges.or a valid setoff against the sume or
the Kbsence of such employe from his
reeular plsce of labor at the time of pays
ment, or an actual tender to such employe
at the time of payment of the wages so
earned by hm, or a breach of contract by
such err.p'oye or a denial of the employ,
ment. No assignment of futare wagr?
payable weekly under the provisions f
ttiis ect shall be valid if made to ite cor
porition from whom such wages are to
become due. or to any person on behalf
of such corporation, or if made or pro
cured to be made to any person for the
purpose of relieving such corporation
from the obligations to pay weekly under
the provisions of this act. Nor shall any
of said corporations require any agree
ment frcm any employe to accept wages
at other periods than as provided in sec
tion one of this act, s a condition of em
Section 3. The penalties herein pro
vided may be recovered in any C'Urt hav
ice a civil jurisdiction by such in the
came of the person bringing the same.
Orange ice at Krell & Math's; try a
For sale A black, eent!e family horse.
Enquire at 13( 8 Second avecue.
The Crown diaine room serves a better
tuea' for 25 cents thin any other place
in the city.
Milt shake, lemonade and all otbfr
tempvrarice drinss nt Krel & MithV;
when thirsty stop in.
Vanilla and choci.lte ice cream and
orange ice at Erel! & Ma'h'r; stop when
parsing and try a dish.
Trv our oritngf- ioe and ihen p'iss your
op'mon on it e make it extra rich
and fine, usine nothing but the fruit
juice. Krell & Math's ice cream parlor.
A special meetine of tne RKk Island
Buildirg a$s ciation wi l be held n xt
Tuesday evenicgat the new offioe in tue
Mitchell & Lvce building, to receive sub-
fcription to the new aeries and to make
loans on the new ilin authoriZ-d by
recent act of the legislature. On this
p!an the premium is cot deducted, but is
puyable lu installments. E. H. Guyer,
Albert Erwio, editor of the Leonard.
Texas, G aphis, says: 'F-r the cure of
cramps in the stomach Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera ard I'iarrhoea Kemedy is
the best and mrfct joeedy I tver used.''
Many o'bers wn ht.ve tried it e rtertam
the arne op'nion For sale by Hrz &
IH THE SAME 0T THE P OPHEt.
fi-J cry the vendors of the fruit in constuuti-
rj' p'e. C'erta'nly a "jm at cry ovi.r a litile wool."
hca-ct-'y loss fo-jli-U the practic of the who
fly to i -lent physic'aa; for cotivec'"' They
tlose V emevlvcb violi nlly wt-aktn their bowels by
fo doing, tnd dab e them from aciiig rt c ilarly.
8thi-t, verily, the 'nst condition of tuth c p e
is worse tt.au the 11 -t. ll.iftttt re Stomuch Bit-
te'atthe ufe and effecire substitiste for fuch
vart expedients, tor it :g by ro meana expedient
louse them. Whit is needed is a g utle bat
thorough axativ, waich noto-.ly insurea action
of the bowels wlihcut p in or wrakmmit effrcta,
which a'oo nr- iiinti i a heal h secretion and fl"W
of blie int. i'g proper channel. Dyspera a, de-
inlity. kid ey ci.m; lit- it. rheuma.isru una ma
laria g:ve ia to the Bittera. ,
For Sale, Rent, Exchange and Miscel
laneous wants inserted one day at lo
per word; three days at o per word
and one week at Mo per word. '
"Situations wanted" end local "Help"
wants not exceeding three lines in
serted one week in the DAILY ARGUS
ANTED A irirl for general housework at
1024 reeond avenue. 10
Situations housekeeper; call at
8t Jamet hotel. v.
WANTED Travelinfr men; salary; references.
85 Times building, Chicago. 1
WANTED A position by young man in store;
two years experience In stationery store; beat
of references. Address X. Y. Z.. this office
WANTED A good strong woman a second
cook at J. J. flynn's restaurant, 3043 Fifth
arenue ; good wages to right party. 10
TONE If TO LOAN On chattel mortgages
iVX watches, diamonds, jewelry, and all articles
of Taloe. J. W. Jones, 16U Second avenue. x-Xf
QENEHAL AGENT. Frst-class, for Rjeed's
Nickel Parabola Whisperphone; make tel
epeone equal to long distance service ; tri al sells
it. Robcbt K. McSoaaicK, General sgnt, 136
Flftk avenue, PI tiburgo, p. . , . I .
YOUNG MENOLD MEN"
on m tat IUI19 ur int StRFtRTS Of BiSUSf.
tb7 maa nerole enort to fm themselTM.
not kaowiag bow to acrctirally
'SHAKE OFFTHE HORRID SNAKES
ucj ri.o Up iB atwiir aDJ el nit iDteett eri
snivi a cxr n ntLru
OUR NEW BOOK
mbC frw, ost-pid, ( era led
fcr lmltei t1mc.eisiDi
tht philosophy f DltCsvt
t and Afflictions of tht
Organ of Mao , and how by
by methods oMlnaiTOly our
ew, tho nonl of
Lost or FalllDR Manhood,
Geatral and Nrvoms De
bility, Weakneee of Body
and Mind. Effect of Error.
or Exeat eee, Btnntea or
Shrunken Or one ran be fared. Benefits in a day.
How to Enlarge and atrenprthen WEAK. UNDEVELOPED
ORGANS PARTS of B0D7 made plain to all interested.
Men tiifc from 50 8ttw, Ttrmonr-e nd PoraifD Coontr.
Too rn rit(f thm. For Book, full explanation and proofi. a lflre
ERIE MEDICAL CO. BUFFALO, N.Y.
R. Crampton & Co.,
Clearance Sale !
Previous to Inventory July 15.
Eargains in Every Line.
Pictures and Frames
Have our (pe-.ial attention this wotk. Trices
23 to 50 per cent loner thin nana'.
Call ear'y and secure first chuke.
R. CRA1IPTON & CO.
HORST VON KCECKRITZ.PnamscUt
PBESCElPTIONf A SriCLaLTT.
Fourth Ave. and Twentv-TMrd St.
Petition to sell eeal estate.
STVTE OF 1LLISOH. 1
Kim K Island Oochtt (
County Court of Rock Ininnd County, to the Ju'y
Term. A. 1 . ISitl.
Charie H K-ut. exefutor of the l.ut will and
tcetumriit "if William L Cook, deccn-ed. s.
Maranre H. Cool", Elijah B. Cook, Kmma L.
Ko'.ff. Catherine W. Kbley, Julia M AU. Nel
Pe trenrb, Jt)-ie J. '0'k, Wiiharn L. ook,
Kreoerlck s. C" k, Charios U. Cook, Emma
Mi ler, Eninn hina, Alice Mason, 'i h )m V .
Grafton. John Aster and John II. Tayior Peti
tion to sell real estate to pay delits.
Affidavit of the non-res dc.co of John H. Tay
lor. Elij h li. Cook, Emma L Ho ff, Catherine W.
Eislsy. Jii'ia M Ash. Nell'.e Fn nrh, Jessie J
Cook. William L Cook. Frederick S. t(jk,
Char'.e II. ook. Er ma Miller. Emma Thin? ai d
Alice Maon. defendinis above named, haviLjr
lec file.t in the oftice of the clerk of the county
court of Kock IsUi d county, notice is hereby
given to th sa d John H Tajlor, lij .h B. look,
iMnmiLKiif, Catherine W. Ki-levh Julia M.
Ash. eltie trench. Jessie J. Cook, Wil iam L.
Cook, Frederick. . Cook, l harles H. Cook, Emma
Miller, fcnima Thir(r and Alice Mason, that the
aid pla'nt ff. thar.es 11. Kent, execut r of the
lai-t will and testament of Wifliam L. Cook, de
cca ed. has n:ed his petition in the said cjudIv
court of Kock Island county for an order t sell
the premises belo: png to the tstati of said de
ceased, or so m' ch of it as way be needed to i ay
tl.e deb.s of said deceased, and described as f ji
lows. to-wit :
'that certain trad of land commonc'n? one hun
dred and tventy-siven and one-hall ( liT1 9 feet
south from the northwest corner tf lot number
one ill, in block enmner to'f3, in Charies
Buford's addition to the city of Rock Island, on
what was formerly known as Washington stieet,
and running then ce ea-t para'lel with what was
formerly known as Green street one hu dred and
scventy'i 170) feet to what was formerly known as
Cherry stieet, thence south forty-four '(441 feet,
thence wes one htmiired ai d seventy (170) feet
to sii 1 Washington street, theu e north with said
Washington street to the place f hcBint.ii c. sit
uated iulhe coinry of KiK-k Ila- u and s ale of
I) tiitds. and that a summons has tnen issued out
of said conit aiaii.s- yon. retnrnauie the July
term, A. I). lsMl of said court, to e holdeu on the
first Moidiy of .'n y. A. D.. 191, at the court
house in the city tf Rock Is and ia Rock Inland
county, 11 iools.
ow.unli- 8vtn,thes'dJohn II. Tay'or, Elijah
B. C -ok, Emilia L. Rolff, Ctherit.e W. Ki ley,
Julia M. A-h, Nellie French, Jes-ie J. Cook, W il
Mau L. Cn ik, Fredericks Cook, Chirk s U. Cook.
Hmnia Miller. Emma Thins and Alice Mason
.hall persoi ally lis and appear b- fore aaid conrty
coun or rtock is ana couuiy mu pieaj, answer ur
demur to the sa d compainant's peti ion filed
herein as required by law, the same and the mat
te a;.d things therein charced and stnted will be
taen as confessed, and a decree entered agaiu-t
yon iicrordiuu to the prater er said dm
Ri ck Islatid. Ill , Jun S4, 18tl.
Jvcksok A BpbsT. UJALMAR KOHLER,
Complainant's Solicitors. C'erk of said Court.
CHAS. R. WHEELAN,
Undertaking and Embalming
Dimlck Block, No. SOS 90th St., Rock Island.
Hsvlcs purchased a complete line of Cndertsk
lnK (roods, with hearse and ppuartennoee. and
L??VT. A ., r Mr i-an R Reed.
LUX KUVUB. mm uwn f -. -
havmg secured the services of Mr. Geo. E. Reed,
of Chicago, an expert funeral director and en
balmer o? li years experience, I am fully pre
pares, to guarantee hbbiw-iwhi
. Telephone 1116.
W ROr. Dl trf LNDMLna
Mt..nr aimr c- eCUIHAI MCDWflllC
iUnC bum aimm-m .n t www
as MINART WeUeilS tOUNB.
MID3LC-ACCD " Oil JJrt. "8
Ssiuasli MfaiasVtRsl Hfl UMIrBsi
1HIHII n inrri"iiM-"'
mM oat aivaaariiMTUtHT hutoaak
I OA tri! bf tatara matl for $1. Clrmlr frc.
THE PERU URUG
CLEANING SALE OK
GENUINE BARGAIN SALE
A WELL KNOWN PACT,
That Carse & Co.s Shoe House is the largest
exclusive Shoe house in this entire section.
Have attained their present size by proverbial
HONESTY and strict attention to the shoe
CARSE & CO.,
Only handle the BEST goods made and BUY
direct from the manufacturer.
CARSE & CO.,
Dont need to say anything about their LOW
PRICES, their ever increasing trade adver
tises them in that line sufficient.
"f h-tllint. rf-ntnarMT-T to tbe skin. RtV
fmOTM all pimp if, fickle and dislocation. For
I sale by all ftnt-cladruFrt"U.or mailed f or fiO eta.
!aaie by BumvKwfluruKio
VALELtlNE'S t2leacS5? JSTSSt:
SCHOOL OF ftSa.
1 tLtoHArn I i9-i jawtiua wis.
IS THE ONLY-
EVER HELD IN THE TRI-CITIE8.
Everything is sold at prices no competition can meet.
The Pioneer Clothier,
115 and 117 West Second Street, DAVENPORT, IA.
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens. .;.,-
1706 Second Avenue.
1622 Second Avenue
jSr taadQtn1lijX ta".2UkitagrMt'iMN.