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THE ABGTJB THUKSDAY. JUL V 9, 1891
trr Z 1 omod deal of
'JSS : busies in, he : store
Jjaifthe time it means noth
lX Words M-'y words.
Ui:&,- r,r to refund the
inis w- , .
no-ev, or to pay a reward, is
Sade'under the hope that you
wont want your money back,
and that you wont claim the
reward, u: ecu.-.
...1,i-,.-ivr is honest in
50, V.u-'-' " -----
nak;n" it, and works not on
his own reputation alone but
through the local dealer whom
y0U know, must have some
kin" he has faith :n back of
the Guarantee. The business
wouldn't stand a year with-
0lVhat is lacking is confi
ne' Back of that, what is
bckin- i that clear honesty
Which above the "average
Dr. Pierce s mec.icmes are
nuv'vitud to accomplish what
They are intended to do, and
their makers give the money
back it the result isn't ap
parent. Doesn't it strike you that
a medicine which the makers
have so much confidence in,
is the medicine for you?
i;,;ri,;iTt:V..TKTriCE'JGlAPHY OF ThS COUNTRY WILL CBTAIW
iia t Pacific l,
r- T: '.' t fr.-p.i C'.i "i -r, Jc v.- r. Cttnr-a,
: . : . :: . v.:-: '.. in Illinois;
:. i,-;.:.: y-i. Dos
V -r .. A;. ' .; ami (.cuncil
I. -V. .- :!;:,;.. 1 , : n .' f r. r.'.'il. !a MIX
v v...- -:- -xn r- i hV., In LAKOTA;
.. m. : ;. seI I.. : i:r, i Missomi;
L:.' !:.. lV.ir: ;:r :.n : Nil- m. iL SE2RASKA ;
... .'..avcao.rts. II 1. prta, Hutchinson.
.IKnc, city, Caldwell, in
r. ill J:?no nut'. Minco, in INDIAX
or. C'i! .r:: li Splines and FurMo.
' i'r:ivt':-v-3 new a xaa of ricli farming
.:!.tE'!,.i:r.)rJi::c:l.e bet fccilities of Inter
it; m t! a!! t-'ttns and titles cast and wejt,
ar.d si-.-jiiiirci cf Cb-as.) and to Tactile and
rzS7I3VZE EXPRE.7S TRAmS
L il.r; t'.l tmippUtnni In plp:n!or of equipment,
'!c-,n (IIICAr.o anl nrs J:oiNF.S, COUNCIL
I'l.TT' - sr.-! OMAHA, and between CHICAGO and
I.n.'.vn:, CT.UiKAM P!'RIXGf and rUEBLO. via
Ka:.' CITY ar.a Torr.UA an 1 via ST. JOSEFn.
Iiw.t; I'av(E,-i;o., FREE I.ECUXIKG CHAIR
( .its. atd P.Uace leir, with Dining Car Sen-Ice.
r;.ec '.r,r.ecta: Imrvct and Colorado Springs wltU
t-iver-rg railuy l.LCi, now forjiiiig the neT and
tsa:;s-soczy mountain route
r,:lrZvA h '"-r: !r.r(i!!lPrd trains run daily
i.U.i.ua-lIIlL.fT CHANGE to and from Salt
r tzS Saa F"is:o. THE EOCE
'La-;;' " 41 ? I'ifcct ana rftrorite Line to and
.-majiit-.tt.r.k'-- Peak and all other sanitary and
--'Cicrc'.r:r.:;i.Liilt., am; nilninc districts in Colorado.
ZAILY FAST EXPRVSS TRAINS
Tna St. Jo-..h and Eanxi City to and from all lm
. ',,,rn5.cit.p? and factions it. Southern Xcbraska,
Trl' Ti ,n'"an Territory. Also via ALBERT
i.. k mil from Kan-as City ai d Chicago to Water
10UI F311. MINNEAPOLIS and ST. PAUL.
..tinc fr al! r0ints north and northwest between
1. 1 ....... a,i,i !!: racie.- Coast.
a.V"1 7' ';f' Pold-as. or desired information
,Cr. I'?"v ' ,,,:ri!'. Tkkct OfT.ce in the United States
L or ailrea
H. ST. JOKM, JOHfC SEBASTIAN,
Cc-'! 'Onager, r-ca'. Tit. A Pn. Art
CICAKO Tt r.
NORTH SHORE ilsfessi
W&e "ndsJ the supervision or the
"u vPTKSE plds Northern
SiP13' Manaper, and
Jure l r,?,P n for te reception ot frueata
lotiniioachyear. Visitors wiU find
fftSDtSi5 1,8 appointments.
HterbattS SjES? ot and cold
sprovemeriFi0 bel3 antl eU modern
ha Us hoSfS.i' f"611111 -aundry, billiard
'''lromaZnfey' Stc- and Positively
irora annoyance by mosouitos.
of iu I ronuec'i111 1-11 EaUway and
-ii--: - - -j3Z-& Ik - . r i
:j r .'.! v SL."vM Tii?-
' ' " - ' v. w r '
teciR "pnS-.on bF the Burlintrton.
v.atervillo a.TiU-. f " iKB, iowa;
Lake MinnetcikS K?li3 St" Paul B1"i
Pl?ts in ColToraJoUOW3t0ne Part
?iar Ranirto t nd Passenger Agent.
Iowa. uaoN Maniiger. Spirit Lake,
C- i. IVES
" Osii Ticket ani rWr ilinl
One dish of Erell & Math's ice cream
braces jou right up this hot weather.
The finest and sweetest line of French
candies just received at Krell & Math's.
The Crown dining room serves a better
meal for 25 cents than any other place
in the city.
Order brick ice cream at Krell &
Math's. Three kinds in each brick, easily
Try our orange ice and then paBS your
opinion on it. We make it extra rich
and fine, using nothing but the fruit
juice. Krell & Math's ice cream parlor.
The first part of the descent was quick
enough to cause some of the lady specta
tors to scream, but as the rush through
the air expanded the parachute it seemed
to pause in mid-air. This was onlymos
mentary, however, and as the law of
gravitation began to assert itself the dis
tance between the professor and the earib.
visibly lessened. San Francisco Cnroc
icle, January 31, 1S87. At the Watch
Tower at 4:30 p. m. Sunday, July 12.
There 'Will b a Meeting
Of the stockholdors of the Rock Island
Mutual Building, Loan & Savings assos
ciation at their office in Mitchell &
Lynde's building at 7:30 p. m. on Tues
day evening, July 14, 1891, for the pur
pose of electing three directors.
E. H. Guyer, Sec.
IN THE NAME OF THE PBOPHET.
fig"! cry the vendors of the fruit in Constanti
nople. Certainly a "great cry over a little wool."
Scarcely less foolish is- the practice of those who
fly to violent physicing for costivees. They
dose tbemeelve violently weaken theirbowclg by
fo doingr. and disable them from acting regularly,
so that, verily, the last condition of such people
is worse than the first. Hostettcr's Stomach Bit
ters is the safe and effective substitute for such
vast expedients, for it is by r.o means expedient
to use them. What is needed is a gentle but
thorotieh laxative, which not on!v insures action
of the bowels without pin or weakening effects,
w hich also promotes a healthy secretion and flow
of biie into its proper channel. Dyspepsia, lc
liiiity, kidney complaints, rheumatism and ma
laria, give iu to the Bitters.
- mm r i
BlcS Headache end relieves" t jo trcubluK 2c-i
cieiit to a bilious truto of tbo f.yflfra. tudi el
&u:'.3C.?, Naits-a, PrnT-siness. Pistross a;"t.".'
e&tiL:, l'aiu tha SiiU;. ii. tliciric I
asaatitaMe txcicss iuut Xteca shown ia cvxisz
Hra'artiO. yet Carter's Litiia Livr Pins ai'3
C'iur.Iiy valu&blo in Ciir.t!i4ition. curing and pre-V-'atiii;;
Correct all di?rr.lt'rs of tboi;toiaa,iiAt:iir.ilatotl:'
J;ver aad rcfulita the bowels, ivuiif UicyciUtf
'icliethcy vronld bo almostprieeless to thoso wf.fl
Baf.'er from this distressing complaint; but f orta
Uato'iy t twirgfiodness does notend herond thosa
Vhocnce try them will find tceso lirtlo pills valu.
sble In so many ways that they will not bo w.l
XZ to do without them. But aftorallsick hsic
flstie tare of no many live that hero Is whera
Vf-make our great boast. Onrpillacureitwtila
ethers do not.
Carter's Little Liver PiHs are Tery small and
Trry easy to ttiko. Or.e er two pills xnakoa does.
Thpy are strictly vetablo arid do not gripe or
j urpf. but I'T tieir gen tie actios plea-ioall wbi
lisetUeni. IavlsatiS cents; five for SI. Soi3
by druceU everywhere, cr sect by mai
CARTER WEOICIKE CO., New Yorlc.
SMALL Fll I. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRiC?
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 He per word.
"Situations wanted" and local "Help"
wants not exceeding three lines m
serted one week in the DAILY ARGUS
KENT Six rooms np stairs. No. 5100
Fifth avenue. s it
ANTED A irirl for general bou?ework Lt
Second avenue. 10
TASTED Sitvatlon ua f ouselieever; call 6t
A NTED Triivolinp men : salary ;
l ?mes hm. cm:::, rrr.cairo.
,ANTLD A position by nune man in store:
i mi years t'sperienc: in sTunotipry store : oest
references. Address X. V. 7... 'hi oice
WANTED A good stronii woman
coukatJ.J. rlynnV lestuurant.
avenue: .-mid w?ces to riL'hl partv.
MOSEY To LOAN On chat'el mort cures,
watches, dinmDuds, jewelry, uud all article
of value. J. V. Jones, Sjecor.d avenue. x-tf
G.EXEUAI. AKST. Frst-c!u -. f.r KeeO's
nickel I'araboiu VI:iperhone ; makes tel
epeonc equal to iie- d'staure service; tritl sells
is. IlOr.EKT K. VciioKMK ic Geuerii agent. 15
Fifta avennu. Pi .t-iiiurg'n, Pa. 2i(
B. Granipton & Co.,
Clearance Sale !
Previous to Inventory July 15.
Bargains in Every Line.
Pictures and Frames
Have our special attention this woek. Prices
25 to 50 per cent lower than usual.
Call early and secure first choice.
B. CRAMPTON & CO.
ETITION to sell beal estate.
STATE OF ILLINOIS, I
liOCKlSUSU CODSIT. J
Comity Court of Rock Island County, to the July
Term, A. D . 18W1.
Charles II. Kent, executor of the last will and
testament of William L. Cook, deceased, vs.
Slarsaret H. Cook, Elijah B. Cook, Emma L.
Rolff, Catherine W. Rislcy, Julia M. Ash, Nel
lie French, Jessie J. Cook, William L. Cook,
Frederick S. Cook, Charle9 H. Cook, Emma
Miller, Emma 1 hing, Alice Mason. 1 homas W.
Grafton, John Aster and John H. Taylor Peti
tion to sell real estate to pay debts.
Affidavit of the non-residence of John II. Tav
lor, Elijih B. Cook, Emma L. Kolff, Catherine W.
Kisley, Julia M, Ash, Nellie French, Jessie J
Cook, William L Cook, Frederick 8. Cook,
Charles H. Cook, Emma Miller, Emma Thing atd
Alice Mason, defendants above named, having
len filed in the office nt the clerk of the county
court of Kock Island county, notice is hereby
given to the said John H Tavlor, Klijh B. Cook,
nmma L. Uolff, Catherine V. Rislev. Julia M.
Ash. ellie trench, Jessie J. Cook, William L.
Cook. Frederick s. Cook, Charles H. Cook, hmma
Miller, Emma Thing and Altce Mason, that the
said plaintiff, diaries U. Kent, csecutcr of the
la-t will and testament of William L. Cook, de
ceased, has filed his petition in the said countv
court of Kock Island county for an order to sell
the premises belonging to the estate of said de
ceased, or so much of it as may be needed to r ay
the debts of suid deceased, and described as fol
lows, to-wit :
That certain tract of land commenclneone hun
dred and twenty-seven and one-half t'l,i i feet
south from the northwest corner ef lot number
one (11, in block number two C2i, in Charles
Buford's addition to the city of Rock Island, on
what was formetly known as Washington street,
and runninz thence east parallel with what was
formerly known as Green street one bnndred and
seventy (170) feet to what was formerlv known as
Cherry street, thence sonth forty-four (4-0 feet,
thence west one huudrcd acd teventv tlTO) feet
to said Washington street, thence north with said
W'ashinrtoa street to the place cf beninr.ir.ir. sit
uated in the county of Eock Island and s ale of
Illinois, and that asuminons has been issued out
of said contt auaii.s- you. returnable at the July
term, A. D. 1S81 of said cotirt, to be holden on the
first Monday of July, A. D.. lvfll. nt the court
house in the city cf hock Island iii ;U T;".-d.
Now. unles yon. tiiesald John H. Tavlor, Elijah
B. Cook, Emma L. Rolff, Catherine V. Kirlev,
Julia M. Ah, Nellie French, Jessie J. Cook. W'il
iian L. Cook, Fredericks Cook, Charles H. Cook.
Emma Miller, F.inmu lhin' and Alice Mason
shall porsor ally be and appear before said countv
court of hock ls'and couiily and plead, answer or
demur to the sa,d compimiaut's petition filed
herein as required by law. I lie same aud the mat
ters and things therein chenred aLd i-tmed will be
taken ns confessed, and a decree entered against
you (iccor.lini; to the prater of stiiu bill
K- ck Ulnnd, 111 , Jun- 24, ISM.
Jackson A Ui:kt. HJaLMAR KOHLER.
Complaicar.t's Solicitors. c erk or sai.l Court.
Notice Is henby giv, n lo ail pr-..us intcreted,
that the city cnuiicit .r tht i t.. f i;ic liuid
havini.' nnii rcil. by o diiunee ; a- n-i ,v.iy l'.):h,
r. 1. 1'.U. tiiiit Ic.urih a-ei.ne 1 1-. -t ii tlie tLlersec
li' n -f 'i'et tieili street aim hi rib iivene.e ti
tl.e east ill. e o' Twei.ty-tbirt! s'tei t where 1'ourlU
n er He intersec s wt i 't w( 1 1 -w.ird ru", :ml
Tweijt -i tur 1 stree: lrum the inter.-ni-n f
'! eiity-rlurd st-e. t :.nd Fourth sv :.;:e 10 the
soi:tfi ine 1 h i ft .ieuLt', where sain 1- (Tiiave
i up ii.iersec s wit ii - tty third street, aid
F:f -h avm ie from tl:e east lii.e ot the ii.ters.c
tior.w.ti 1 weriy-ti.ir.i stu-' t. to a point about
four liund il feet cast of the enst li e of Thirty
eij;iitU stre.t io tlie eas: line f the i.tuier ume
crossing .f tin liiciio. Reck Island & Pantile
baiiw.iy comjiany in ii the Chicago. Jlr.r liittou jr
C;ii'in:y K;i'.!roe. Joiiijmt y, ami fiom the w tst
line of sai.l iinderrn e cro.nu" to the center of
Foity-six:li street, all teiiif in the to porate
I mils ot w.e s:i:d eity of i,..ck Inland, be curbed
wmii curb stone-, exe.' nteii. L-ra:id and improv
ed, a- a pt.ved i!!i in.- bii 'h aud that a spec-i-ii
-ax be ev.cd Iht rfor.
;::ii or iii. a-c for snitl imiirovenient is on file
in the office of ihe ciiycierk of said city, and said
cny has applied lo the rouLtycuurt ol Rock lsl
ari i couuiy. i 1 no:s. for an a-s-serueut and levy
(.1 tlie cosli. cf s;iid lmi'Tovement upon and from
the lots and parts of lots and tracts of laud con
tinuous to the line of said improvement ia said
ordinance ordered to be constructed, in ropor
tion to the frontage of such lots, pans of lots and
tiaf.ts of land upon the improvement so ordered
to b? constructed as aforesaid: aid an assessment
thereof having been made and returned to sld
conn, the final hearing thereon will be had at the
July term of saia court, commencing on the 13th
day of July, A. D.
All persons desirim: may then and tSere appear
ard make tht ir defense.
lated at Keck Island, Illinois, this 30th dav of
June, A. D. ls.'l.
J. M. BUFORn,
R. A. HON'ALDsON,
T. H. THOMA,
PECIAL ASSESSMENT NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given to all persons interested,
that the city council of the ciiy of Rock Is and.
having or.iered that Seventeenth street commonly
known as Marie: square, Ue mirrored from the
south l.ne ot s.eco:iu aqenne to the north hue of
T hirdavenue.in the city of Rock Island and sta:e of
Illinois, have applied to the county Court of Rock
Island couuti.iii tliestateof Illinois. foran assess
ment of the costs of t aid impiovement accord Eg
to bencfiis; and, an assessment thereof having
been made and returned to said court, the final
hearing thi reon w ill be had at the July term of
said coii't. commencing on the lS'.h cay of July,
A. I)., ls'.U. All persons desirim: may then and
there appearand make their defense.
Diiteu at Rock Island, Illinois, this 27th day of
June, A. !., ISiil.
J. R. MILLS.
J. R JOHXTOX.
Of Davenport & Rock Island Street
Railway Company for right of way.
Public notice is hereby given to a'l persons In
terested, that at a meeting cf the city council of
the city of Rock Islaud, t te held at tne city
touiicil room on the Suth day of July. A. I)., lS'.'l,
the undersigned Levenport Jt Rock Island stref t
Railway company will present to said cityconncil
a petition asking for the pnssa:e of an ordinance
granting to lt tue right to build, maintain aud
operate fcra petiod of twer.tv years, a single or
double track railway, for running thereof, byelec
t'ic power, cars for the tr:.nsponati r- of p:iscn
irers alonz the following lonte in said city: Coru
ltieticiiig on the i orth line of Fifili ft) avenue on
f ineteenih illll stteet.ther.ee south on NicetteLth
(1(0 street to Six h (fll avenue to tue ast liue of
'J'wentv-lirst if.) slice .
Rot k 1-lan.l. ill f .lulvT. l'fll.
DAVEM'tjH T A: itUClv IsLXXlJ bTRZKT
RAILWAY CO i PA NY.
Estate of Sarah B. Cobb, Deceased.
The undersigned, having been appointed ex
ecutor 4 the last will and testament of Sarah B.
Cobb, late of the county of Rock Island, state of
Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice that he will
appear before the county court cf Rock Inland
countv. at the office of the clerk of said court, in
the citv cf Rock Island, at the September term, on
the First Monday in sieptembernext, at which time
all persons having claims aeainst said esiate are
notified and requested to attend for the purpose of
having the same adjusted. All persons indebted
to said estate are requested to make immediate
pavment to the undersigned.
Dated this 7th dav of July. A. D., 1S91.
PHIL MITCHELl , isecntor.
Estate of Ellen Bresnahan, Deceased.
The r.ndersiirr.ed having been appointed admin
istraicr. withthewill amiexid of the estate of
fclicn tresnahaii, late of the county of Rock Isl
and, state of Uliuofs deceased, hereby gives notice
that he will appear before the county court of
Rock Island county, at the office of the clerk of
said court, in the city of Rock Island, at the
August term, on the first Monday in August next,
at which time all persons having claims against
said estate are notified and requested to attend,
forthepurpose of having the same adjusted. All
persons indebted to said estate are requested to
make immediate payment, to the undersigned.
Dated this lUth day of June. A. D., I8W.
J. R. JOHNSTON", Administrator, C.T. A."
AGENTS OF EVERY KIND
Insurance, Fraternal Order, book or otherwise.
Members get J100 in one year. They pay but fl
a week. Anybody cn make at the lowest ( 137
each week easily. Everybody wants a certificate,
because for each member they bring to they get
their tlOO a month earlier. This is a good thing
nd don't mistake It. Address
J. L. UNVERZAGT. Secretary,
(1 Weat Lexington St.. Baltimore, Md.
On that Account Our 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
i 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 pr
HONESTY and strict attention to the shoe
CAUSE & CO.,
ONLY handle the BEST goods made and BUY
direct from the manufacturer.
ARBS & CO.,
Dont need to say anything about their LOW
PRICES, their ever increasing trade adver
tises them in that line sufficient.
p&jlP Imitartfi a Ivilliant transparency to the skin. K
H moves ail pinlee, frwkle Mid lic-oluraUou. For
Etjsaie by ell flri!t-clatdrupKi'ta , or muled for 60 cts.
,11 Biniu w uj
tlllCITlllC'C Teaches it siudeut
lALtLllllL O trade aud then starts
cr.irnrT rf them In railroad service,
SCHOOL. OF Bend for circular.
1 CI CC D 1 DU V El l VALENTINE BROS.,
I LLtbKArnl 13-18 JXSSBTUXB, WU.
-HAS DECIDED TO SELL OUT HI3-
115 and 117 West Second Street, DAVENPORT IA.
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue
1622 Second Avenue