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HJE AllGUB, FHIDAY, JULY 3, 1891
A peculiar fact with refer
ee to Dr. Pierce's Gclden
cdical Discovery is, that,
Jike sarsaparillas and other
bod medicines, which are
i to be good lor the tlood
March, April and May, the
Discovery works equally
II all the year round, and
nil rases of blood-taints or
mors, no matter what their
:ne o nature.
It's the cheapest blood
Jl 'hy ? Because it s sold
a peculiar plan, and you
1 - j7.. r
iy pay ior me gwa juu
Can you ask more?
"Golden Medical Discov
v" is a concentrated vege-
ible extract, put up in large
r . . -i.i.i
lott.es ; contains no aiconoi
irebriate, no syrup or
i j: -i.: .
fcrrar to derange uigesuuu ,
pleasant to the taste, and
jqually Sood ior U"3 or
The " Discovery " cure s all
kin, Scalp and Scrofulous
Sections, as Eczema, letter,
.!t-rheum, Fever-sores, White
wellincs, Hip - ioint disease
Lid kindred ailments.
CJ'.MIhTED WITH THE GEOGRAPHY 0FTH 8 COUNTRY Witt OBTHH
'4 VALUABLE INFORMATIOH FHOM A STUDY Or THIS P OF THE
Heap, M IsMJ & Pacific Ey.;
i Ii.-ct Route and from Chicago, Joli t. Ottawa,
ria. L Salle. JM:. Rick Island, in Ilxoa.
I'ftwnr-rt. Mu-t n, Omicuwa, O-ical osa. Res
:ic, Win'-ret. Audubon, Harlan anl Council
V.vttt. in IOWA : inneip"li9 and St. Paul, In MIS'.
EniTA: Watertoirn and Sioux Falls, in DAKOTA:
fimMon, St. Joseph and Kansas City, in M ISSOURI ;
inaha, Lincoln. F-irburvand Nelson, in NEBRASKA:
Atchison, Leavenworth. Horton, Topeka, H itchlnson,
Wichita, Belleville, Abilene, Dodge City, Caldwell, In
K AXsA: Kincfisher, El Reno and Mlnco, li INDIAN
l EP.R.'TORV: Denver, Colorado Springs a:i Pueblo,
ii O.b'P.AInl Traverses new area of rl. h farming
;'.-S.-izir.r lands, affording the best facllltiu of Inter-
lan.utiiration to all towns and cities eaa and west.
ft'-nkwei! ats4 southwest of Cbtcaoo and to r"miic .
;:.! u.K ap itt
I' A GN1FICENT
VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRtJXS
lm all otnntitnrs In splendor of equipment,
"'een CHir.Ai-. and PES MOINES. COUNCIL
.-"FF ar,.l OMATTA, and between CHICAGO Otid
C.V' ER, fCUiIlADO SPRINGS and PUEBLO, via
NA CITY an! TOrF.KA and via ST JOSEPH.
. r Ois Mv Cwhet, FREE F.ECLIXI"G CHAIR
U:S, and Polar Steepen, with Dining Cvr Service,
connections at Denver and Colorado Sirintrs with
."er.irii nuiwav lints, now forming thi new and
TRAKS-ROCKY MOUNTAIN F.OUTE
"r which stirer'ilr-eoulDned rr.ln. mn ftt
:e Ci:v, Crten tsd San F-ncisco. T3E BOCE
'LAND is alvi the Fiirect nnr Favorite Une to and
"m Mnlv.u. r;iCi Peak and all ntlier nitarv and
emc resortsau deities and niiningdistrictain Colorada
DAILY FAST-EXPRESS TRAINS
Fr-.tr. St. Joseph and Kansas Oty to and liom all lm-
cmes aaa sections in Southern Nebraska,
KailSIlS and the Indian T,lnn, nu T r.r-nr
LEA BilCTE from Kansas City and Chicago to Water-
."i-tAr'OLIS and 3T. PAUL.
nnnectionjr for all points north and northwest between
u lak-j and the Pacific Coast.
F r Tickets Hm , j
P?.v to anv Coupon Ticket Office In the raited State
E. ST. JOHN, JOHN SEBASTIAN,
Gra'l Manager. GenTTkt. 4 1 ass. Agt,
rr.T. k ..-j . .
W d , ulluor "jo euperviaion or tne
lLi2.1S.U?5ton Oear Rapids Northern
il7' J' MORRISON, Manager, and
Ju-u i,u Jor 'ne reception or traesta
loth in each year. Visitors will find
1HE ORT .FJeNR
imn!!113' ele"ric bella and eU modern
up.oyeaiema, jteam laundirr. billiard
tn rrr,WUn aUey etc- positively
66 rrota annoyance by mosqtitoa.
P0UND-TR1P EXCURSION TICKETS
mnt nf V7-. " at me commence
Cedar RS800 b the BurUnffton,
aul S 52 Northern Ra lway and
tae foiiowfr, rr," unes at low rates to
CSSagJRolnt8: 8PW Le. Iowa;
uti.MinneaPOli8, St. Paul and
Perlar t;nlt5; neaota; Lake 8u-
Pomt, uTf3ororad"UOW8tne ParlE Md
the c'l, a Midsummer Paradise" to
lartflrr ana Paaaemrer Agent.
Iowa. BIS0N' Manaerer. 8,irtt Lake.
Cordova, July 1. Will Stock well,
who has been suffering from rheumatism,
James Sallows, the veteran pearl
hunter, Is raported as having found sev
eral of good value.
Frank Molley. the tonsorial artist, has
moved from the Stockwell block to the
house formerly owned by E G, Brews
Everybody is busy getting ready for
the Fourth, especially Pidcock, Haynes
& Pineo, as they will have the re
freshment stands on Black Hawk mound
on that patriotic occasion .
At a regular meeting of Riverside lodge
No. 149, K. of P., the following officers
were elected for the ensuing term en ling
C. C O. C.Marshall.
V. C G. H. W. Haack.
Prelate Thomas Farley.
Master of Finance F. A. Muller.
Master of Exchcq ier G. B. Spoor.
Master of Arms A. W. Muilery.
K. of R. and 8. J. W. Heany.
Representative G. H. Gage.
Ralph Webster, who has been teach
ing school at Joslin, is home to spend the
The boys are all making preparations
for the shooting match on July 4. They
have secured about 600 pigeons . they
will also use Blue Rocks, and in every
conceivable manner will esjoy the
LICENSED TO WKD.
28 Hlbert L. Nelson, Hanna M. An
derson. Rock Island; Julius Christ, Sarah
A. Ales, Moline.
27 John A. Peterson, Mrs. Brenhan
dia Potterson, Moline; Christ Kill, Exes
enz Maeder, Moline. .
2-TureE. Falk. Joseph Bjorklund,
30 Joseph Casaidy, Maria O'Connor,
Rock Island, i
30 Gustav Adolph Hjorth, Hilda A.
July 1 Charles L. Dewrose, Hermoine
E. Aiken, South Moline; George E. Brad
foot, Coe, Sarah M . Cox, Rapids City .
2 Pete Trulson, Josephine Forcellius,
Moline; Nels P. Anderson, Hilma L An
derson, Molir e.
Being a sufferer from chronic catarrh,
atd baring (Jerived great benefit from the
use of E y's Cresrc Balm. I can highly
recommend it. Its sales are far in excess
of all other catarrh remedies B. Frank
en, druggist, Slgourney, Iowa.
IN THE BAKE OF THE FaCPHET.
fl;! cry the vendors of the fruit in cnotanti
ncp!e. Certainly a "great cry over a little wool."
Scarcely less foolish is the practice of those who
fly to vt jlent physicing fur cos-tiveaess. They
dose themselves violently weaken thelrbowcls by
so doing, and disable them from acting regularly,
so that, verily, the last condition of such pe-.p.e
is worse than the first. Hostettcr's Stomach Bit
ters is the safe and effective substitute for such
vast expedients, for It it hy to means expedient
to use them. What is needed is a gentle bat
thoronuh laxative, which not only insures action
of the bowels without pin or weakening effects,
which also promotes a healthy secretion and flow
of biie intu its proper channel. Dyspepsia, de
bility, kidpey comjliitts, rheumatism and ma
laria give in to the Bitters.
BicV tTac!ftClie and relieve all t!o troubles inch
cie.:t to a bilioi-.s e'ttooi the aj-stera. s-icii !W
Zizzines. Nausea, Prowviness. Didtresj aftac
c-fitiug. Pain in the f i U, o. Whlla t'ac ir mosii
t8iaaiai'ie succose taa boa shown in curie J
EiaSaeJie. yet Carter's LitHo Livr Pills rs
eiually valuable in Constipatim, curing and pre
wnnting thisannoyintrcouplaint.whil'3 they also
correct alldisorUorsof tb.ostonaaeh.suiir.tiate'th-a
liver and regulate Uieboweis. Even ii Uiey czlf
jlfcr from thisdistrcsins complaint: but forta
tately their good noes does no'end here.,a'..itho9
Vrho once try them will find these littlo pilw valtie
fibie in so many ways that they will not bo wll
li2 to do without thorn. But after allslcklidac
fletheVarscf so m-iny Hvo ttnt hero Is where
'Wemakeourgreatboasi. Our piliacureitwada
Cthers do not.
Carter's Littl-) Liver PHls are very fteU and
Very easy to talis. One or two pills make a dose.
Ihey are itristly venotable aul do not gripe or
pnrpe, but liy their cene action plasaa all wha
csothem. Inv;aUat25cents: Cvoforti. Sail
by druggists every where, or sent by mail.
CARTER WlEOtCINE CO.. New York.
SMALL PI! I. SMALL DOSF. SMALL PiiiK
For Sale, Rent, Exchange and Miscel
laneous wants inserted one day at lc
per word; three days at He per word
and one week at Wo per word.
"Situations wanted'' and local "Help"
wants not exceeding three lines in
serted one week in the DAILY ARGUS
AVTED A girl for genera housework at
1024 seeoud avenue. 10
housekeeper; call at
bt James hotel.
WANTED Traveling men ; salary; references.
25 Times bntldinf. Chicago. l
W 'ANTED A position by young man in store;
two years experience In stationery store ; best
of references. Address X. Y. Z.. this office
WASTED A good strong woman as second
cook at J. J. flynn's restaurant, 3015 Fifth
avenue ; good wages to right party. 10
ONE Y TO LOAN On chattel mortgages,
watches, diamonds. Jewelry nd all articles
of value. J. W. Jones, 1614 Second avenue. 1-tf
GENERAL AGENT. Frst-class, for Keed's
Nickel Parabola Wbisperphone ; makes te 1
epeone eqnal to long distance service; trial sells
ir. Robert K. McKormick. General agent, 1J5
t ifth avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa.
l pi as.
AGENTS OF EVERY KIND
Insurance, Fraternal "Order, book or otherwise.
Members get J100 in one year. They pay but $1
a week. Anybody cm make at the lowest 137
each week easily. Everybody wants a certificate,
because for each member thev bring in they get
their 100 a month earlier. This is a good thing
and dont mistake it. Addre-s
J. L. UNVERZAGT. Bwretory
1 West Lexington t , Baltlaatore, atd. -
R. Crampton & Co.,
Clearance Sale !
Previous to Inventory July 15.
Bargains in Every Line.
Pictures and Frames
Have our special attention this woek.
25 to 50 per cent lower than usual.
Call early and secure first choice.
R. CRAMPTON & CO.
Petition to sell beal estate.
STATE OK ILLINOIS. 1
KCM K ISLIKD CotTNTT. 1
County Court of Rock Island County, to the July
Term, A. D . 1891.
Charles H Kent, executor of the last will and
testament of William L. Cook, deceased, vs.
Marsaret H. Cook, Elijah B. Cook, Emma L.
Roiff, Catherine W. Risley, Julia M Ash, Nel
lie French, Jessie J. Cook, William L. Cook,
Frederick S. Cook, Charles H. Cook, Emma
Mi ler, Emma 'I king, Alice Mason. Thomas W.
Grafton, John Astet and John II . Taylor Pet4-
tion to sell real estate to pay debts.
Affidavit of the non-res dence of John H. Tay
lor. Elijah B. Cook, Emma L. Ko ft", Catherine W.
Risley, Julia M. Ash. Nellie French, Jessie J
Cook, William L Cook, Frederick M. cook,
Charles H. i ook. En ma Miller. Kuima Thing at.d
Alice Mason, defendjnts above usined, having
ben n'ed in the otflce of the clerk ol the county
court of tock IsUrd comity, nofi.e is bt-rebv
given t th sa-d John H Tavlr, - lij h B. Conk.
Kmtna L. Ro'ff, Catherine W. Ri-lef. Julia M.
Ash. ell-e trench. Je-sie J. cnok, Wil iam L,
Cnok, Frederick . Cook. Charles H. look. Emma
Miili r, tninia Thi"g ami Alice .Mason, that the
said plaint ff. . har.es H. Kent, execut rcfthe
last wi.l and tc?mt'i:t of Wiiliani L.. Cook, dc
ce.vcd. h:is filed hi petition m the said countv
ccurt of Uock Island c unity for an order to stli
the pr..mi;-es belo- irmz to the pati of suid de
ceased, or so nr ch f it as may b- needt-d to t av
ti.e di T.s of s: id deceased, alid described as fol
low, to wit :
1 hat certain tract of land commcnc'nor.e hun
dred and twent -seven at.d oae-haii tli7lti feet
south from the northwest corner if Int. number
one ill, in block nntui'er twn ii , in Charles
Biifnrd's addition to the city nf Rock Is'.aml, ou
what was forirerly known as 'asiiiri;ton stieet,
and running thet.ee east para lei with what was
formerly known as Ureen street one hn dred and
seventy (Ki'l feet to what was formerly known as
"ht-rry st.eet. thence solit.'i torty-fmtr t44) feet,
thence wea one liu u. red at d seventy tlTil) feet
to eii i tVashiiittnn stnict. theiite north with 6aid
Washini.rtoa street to the place of bcitinmcsr, sit
uated in the county of Ruck Islar.d and a ate of
Illinois, and that a summons ba bi-en issued out
of said coutt acauist you. returnable a- the July
term, A. D. ls:)l of said court, to he holden on the
first Moidiy of July, A. D.. at the court
house in the city of Rock Island iu Rock Island
Now. unle-s yon, the said John II. Taylor. Elijah
B. Cook, Emma L. R.iiff, Cttherire W. Ri-h y,
Julia M. Ah, Nellie French, Jessie i. Cook. M1
lian L. Cook, Fredericks Cook, Charles H. Cook.
Emus Miller. Fmma Thine and Alice Mason
shall persot ally be and appear before said county
court of Rock U'and county and plead, answer or
demur to the a:d compainant's petiiion filed
herein as required by law, the same and the mat
ters at.d things therein charsed acd stated will be
taken as confessed, and a decr-e entered agaiu-t
you Eoconiiua to the prater of saia bill
Rock Island, 111.. Jun U. 1.1.
JiiK-ox Hcrjit. IIJALMAR KOHLER.
Compiaicaul's ."nltcitors. Clerk or sain court.
pecial Taxation Notice.
Notice is hereby given to ail persons Interested,
that the city council of the c:ty of Kcca Island
having ordered, by o dinanee pased IMay Hth,
i. D lsfti. that Fourth avenue from the intersec
tion of TwetUeth street and Fo.rth avenue to
the et line or Twenty-third street where Fourth
avenue internee s w ti: Tweuti -third s.reet, and
Twenty-ih.rd street from the intersi cti n f
Twenty-third street fnd Foti'th av. nue :o the
toi.th line of Fifth avenue, where said f ifth ave
j ne Intersects with Twetty third street. aLd
Fif"h avenue from the east line of the inters.c
tionw.tn Iwentj -third street to a point about
four hund ed feet east of the east li e of Thiny
eighth street to the east line of the underg ac
crossing of the hicago, Rock Island & Paiitio
Kailway Company and the C'oiragn, Bur ington
(juuicy Railroad Company, and from the west
line of said undergrade crossing to the cenTer of
Forty-sixth street, all fceine in the co porate
1 mi;s of the said city of hock Island, be eurhed
with curbstones, excavated, eraced and improv
ed!, a d paved with paving brick andthat a spec
ial 'ax be levied therfor.
Said or liaa- ce 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 hock Isl
ana county, IT. hots, for an assessment and lew
of the cos s of s lid improvemt nt upon and from
the lots atjil parts of lots and tracta of land con
tieuous to the lire of -aid Improvement in said
ordinance ordered to be constructed, in propor
tion to the Irontagc of such lots, parts of lots and
t.atts of land upon the improvement so ordered
to be constructed as aforesaid; and an assessment
thereof having been made and returned to said
court, the final hearing then on will be hal at the
July term cf saia court, commencing on the 13tli
day of July, A. D. 1H.
All persons desitfc may then and there appear
and make tht ir defense
Mated at Reck Island, Illltoii, this 3ath day of
June, A.D. 1SI.
J. M. BrFOKn.
H. A. PONALDsON,
T. H. THOMAS,
PECIAL ASSESSMENT NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given to all persons interested,
that the city council of the ciiy of Rock Is.and,
having ordered that Seventeenth street commonly
known as Market square, be ion roved from the
south line of Secona aqenne to the north hue of
1 bird avenue, in the city of Rock Island and state of
Illinois, have applied to the county court of Rock
Island county. In the state of Illinois, for an assess
ment of the costs of taid impiovement accord'Dg
to benefits; and, an assessment thereof having
been made and returned to said court, the final
hearing thereon will be had at the July term of
said contt. commencing on the 1 h aay of July,
A. D., lS'.U. All nersons desiring may then and
there appear and make their defense.
Dated at Rock Island, Illinois, this Kith dny of
June, A. D., 1S91.
J R. MILLS.
J. R JOHNSTON.
, CHAS. R. WHEELAN,
Undertaking and Embalming
Dimick Block. Ko. 808 90th St,, Bock Island. 1 ;
Having purchased a complete line of Undertak
ing goods, with hearse and appnartennces, and
having secured the services of Mr. Geo. B. Reed,
of Chicago, aa expert funeral director and em
banner ox 12 years experience, I m fully pre
pared to gaarantee satisfaction.
CLEANING SALE OF
GENUINE BARGAIN SALE
EVER HELD IN THE TIU-CITIES.
A WELL KNOWN FACT,
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.,
Don't need to say anything about their LOW
PRICES, their ever increasing trade adver
tises them in that line sufficient.
I Imports riilliuitrintuarem sr to the skin. P..
I 3 moves all pimples, f reekle. and discoloration. For
I I sale by all ttrst-class drusirru. or mailed for 60 eta.
IS THE ONLY-
Everything is sold at prices no competition can meet.
The Pioneer Clothier
115 arvd 117 West Second Street, DAVENPORT, IA.
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
1622 Second Avenue