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THE AKGUB. WEDNESDAY, JUL Y 15, 1891
CopyritfK. ISM- m o waifa
f -,n j..".-tive liver to d its work,
'himself to all tie diseases
l,.it come iroiu laiuwt .v.
li.mt wait: Jnguoi am
' .,...;tt. u-:irn vou that graver ills
bohinJ. You can keep
7.' ,a from coming ; you can cure
X,a if tliev'vc come with Dr.
vivo' Golden Medical Diseovery.
vtV onlv blood and I vor medi
CV(. tint's guaranteed, in overy caso,
' i- ;f it iWsn't. Thus, vou only
r3v f.r the good you get, Can you
'sk more? It cleanses the system
cures pimples, blotches, ernp
(fr,s and all skin and scalp tlis
Jvroftilous affections, as
f vi r - sores hip - joint disease,
fwriiintr- and tumors yield to
i:s superior alterative properties.
- T.: CfTH'SC K'NTKY V. U 08TMH
",:SSV',T!3N FROM STUCY )F THIS MP OF THE
Ctop, M KM & Pacific h,
Thp Pir;: F'miip to ani from Chica ro, Joltet, Ottawa,
P.- La Sill. M)!!n, R-xk Man 1, in ILLINOIS;
I'av.iiji it. i'lvufn''. Ottumwa, isiitaloosa, Dcs
i .ft s tY;:i:r-i. Autiulmn. IIiM-in and Council
Ii::ilT. in I 'V.'a : 3!.miipolis and St. r.iul. In MIk'
KEo7A: U'avr n n.l Sioux F Is, in IAKOTA ;
Cameron. Sr. Jow-i lj acu Kamaj Cit -, lc MISSOURI;
Orr.nlia. Linoiln. Fairturyan! Nelsoi., in NEBRASKA;
:iisu Lsaranriirth. Burton. Toxica, Hu-. hinioo,
WViiita, IMIeville, Abilene. Dodge City, Caldwell, In
KANSAS : KinsSiher, F.1 Rtno aud Jlnco, in INDIAN
rnr.KITwRV; Denver, Colorado Strings and Pueblo,
i:. O iLOHADO. Traverse new ari of rich faming
ar.a K.azitiif lanis. affording the best facilities of Inter
C'.SiSniiatioa to all torn and c:ues east and west,
c:rur,: and southwest of Chicago and to Pacific and
tra j-nteanic seaports.
VESTIBULE EX PRES. J TRAINS
Lj'.i-.ff all comretitors In splem or of equipment,
r'Wi CBICAfio and DE3 MI INE3. COUNCIL
rr.TTFS ar.d OMAHA, and herwon CHICAGO and
DENVER, COLOP.ADO SPRINGS and PUEBLO, via
KANSAS CITY and TOPEKA and via ST. JOSEPH
Iir't Cla- ParGLeu-. FREE P.ECLINING CHAIR
CAH and Palace Sifters, with D oing Car Service.
CliwecGiinecti.iMat rvever and Colorado Springs with
.'.srerpi.e railKay ln-.es, now forcing the new and
TRAKS-ROCZY MOTTNT.MN ROUTS
"'-"'r-W'r trains run daily
Vv""r ' V"'-'1"1 CHANGE to and from Salt
wlvn7;. V'S..StvSsa Frwnaxo- THE ROCK
fceaic resorts. and mintugdatricts in Colorada
DAZ.Y FAST EXPREtlS TRAINS
rF-Tnf! ' Ju Kauw Cit'- na ftn " lm
LFA 1711 , I:'J,an T'rritnry. Also via ALBERT
c-IL". 1U- 3,IN;EAPOLI3 and ST. PAUL,
e !-' and th- Pacifir Coast.
,T-'W- Map'' or c wired Information
E- ST. JOHN,
Wn.bender t16 supervision of the
wiu be J; OaiSO.-J, Manager, and
WSS5,i2 f appointmente.
water hiP ? wlth P83- hot and xld
Wi Sl ?eam Uunlry. billiard
U from aiSfovinr' and Positively
m auuoj ance by moequitoa,
j" "CU'0N TICKETS
a" of iteS?ern Railway and
;te tollowgpS.111!,63 at low rateato
Vaterrille kt!181 8lnt Lake. Iowa:
Lake Minnetka8?0"'4- 8t Paul
P?t8 In Co?on,JoUOW'lt0ne Par
5 ttfe?8' Paradise- to
w. j. uoRRianM r hotel rates to
towa. KKI30N' Mamger. Spirit Lake!
C. I. luce
Ragged Ralph I gness I'm going to
oe bick, para; i ieei ali out of sorts.
Tattered Tom Wot's the matter with
Ragged Ralph I feel like work-in'.
1 ankee Blade.
A Surprise All A
Mrs. Barrowly Why, Ethel, you here?
i never expected to see you. I'm sur
prised. Ethel 1 knew vonM 1 tn,j..i
The butler told me you were out. Con
The opinion now held by physicians
that "raw cow's milk is better for chil
dren than boiled," is very gratifying,
since a raw tow gives much more milk
than a boiled one. Cloverdale Reveille.
Tbe rosy freshness, aail a velvety soft
ness of the skin is varisMy obtained by
those who use Pezzoni'a Comp'exion
PlcV Eeadacbeccd relieve all tbatroaMesj Inrft
tient to a bilious state of tbn sys'em, euoh aaj
Iirne, Kitwfca, Prowsioe. riKtrss after
eMmp. Paiu in tbe hido, ka. Whiln tbi'irtuo&i
tciaorkaWe success bus boon shown iu curajj
earlaell ypt Carter's LitMs I.lwr HTH ana
erjubUy valuuble in ConstiitK.n, curing an-J T)r,
Vesting tUisannoyint; complaint, while tht;yais(
liver and reguiHte tb boweia. Even ii lueyoniy
eu.'er from thisuwtres.siueorupliuat: b::t?orfJ
tately t he .rfxxXxussR d.n nolenl brre.a-j 1 thoso
Whocncetry them wiil i.nl ftese htle liUs val-t-ebleiasomauy
wars tijt tijey will not ba w.'
lug ta do without tiiont. But after ailsick teii
isthtYtmf of FOirwnylire that hero Is who-
ve make onr great boast. OurpiilacureitwiiUe
Others do not.
Carter's Little Liver Villa are very sma'l aad
vnry eaey to take. One or twe piils iuakoa
STliiy are strictly vtt-ctablo tad Jo no. fTipo cr
Inr(!i, but by tieir pen tie action plaaaeall wh j
use them, la vials a ti5 cents; live for $L SoiJ
by druggists everywhere, or sent by mad.
CARTER MEDICINE CO,, New York.
SMALL PUt. SMALL DOSE. SHALL FRIG
For Sale, Rent. Exchange and Miscel
laneous wants Inserted one day at lc
per word; three days at sic per word
and one week at He per word.
'"Situations wanted' and local "Help"
Wants not ercirtinr thrso linoc r,
serted one week in the DAILY ARGUS
ANTED A good g;rl at the St. James Ho
IOr BENT Six rooms up Mair, No. S109
Fifth avenue. s 2t
WANTED A girl for general housework at
ltiH f eeond avenue. jo
WASTED-Sitratlon as housekeeper; call at
St James hotel.
WANTED Travelinp men: salary; references.
25 Times building. Chicago. i
VTANTED A position hv young man in store;
two years experience in s'atinnery etore ; best
of referencef. AddrefS X. Y. Z.. hi c?ice
VT" ANTED A good strong woman am second
cook ul J. J. rlynn' restaurant, 3045 Fiftn
avenue ; good wages to right party. 10
MONEY TO LOAN On chattel mortgages,
watches, diamond", jewelrv. and all articles
of value. J. W. Jones. Itil4 Second avenue. 4-tf
GENERAL AG5NT. Frt-class. for Reed's
Nickel Parabola Whlper. hone ; makes t
epeone equal to ioiiij distance service: trial sells
ii. Robert K. lch.oKirK, General agent. 115
Fifth avenue. PKuriurgh. Pa. S9
WANTED A few cood salesmen to take orders
for a full line of fruit and ornamental tree,
small lrnils, ro'es, shrubs, etc. No experience
necessary. References reqtilred GOOD PAY.
AduressH. P. FREEM A & CO., RocnSTiu,
N. Y. july 15
Of 250 head of street cr horses and
mules, weighing from 1.000 to 1,400
lbs., sale to be held at Lortoa
WEDNESDAY. JULY 22.
Commencing at 9 o'c oi k a. m ., and cont!r.uine
un il all are sold (sile on account of the company
putting in electricity). Horses are sound, young
ud In go&d condition, an(j many of 'hem are good
family or livery hordes. For part'culars cill or
address Her.ry Schnitger.upt., or I orton Bro;-.,
G. W. IICRLBERT. Trers
R. Crampton & Co.,
Clearance Sale !
Previous to Inventory July 15.
Bargains in Every Line.
Pictures and Frames
Have oar special attention this woek. Prices
23 to 50 per cent lower than usual.
Call early and secure first choice.
R. CRAMPTON & CO.
BTVTE OK ILLINOIS. 1
Kock Island I'ochtt j
County Court of Rock Island County, to the Jn'y
Term. A. D . 18iU.
Charles H Kent, executor of tie last will and
testament of William L Cook, deceased, vs.
Manrare H. Cook, Elijah B. Cook, Emma L.
Koiff, Catherine W. Rislev, Julia M Ash, Nel
lie French, Jessie J. OwK, William L. Cook,
Frederick S. Coek, Charles H. Cook, Emma
Mi ler, Kmmi i hing, Alice M.ion. 1 homas W.
Grafton. John Aftei and John II. Taylor Peti
tion to sell real estate to pay deltta.
Affidavit of the non-res ileLce of John H. Tav-
lor, Klij ih B. Cook, Emma L. Ko ff, Catherine W.
jvieiey, jmia .u. Asn. Nellie renclt, Jessie J
Cook, Wiillam L Cook. Frederick tv Cook-
Charles H. ook, Ep ma Miller. Emma Thing aid
Alice Mason, defendants above named, having
been file t in the office of the clerk of the county
court oi kock isueii county, notice is nereiiy
given to me ea a John H Tavlor, !ij-.h B. Cok.
s.mma L. Ro!ff, Catherine W. Rislev. Julia M.
Ash. llie krenth, Jessie J. Cook. Wil iam L.
ook. Frederick . Cook, i harles H. t ook. Emma
Miller, fcmma Thing and Alice Mason, that the
said plaint If . I haries U. Kenr. execut '.r of tn
last will and testament of WHiam L. Cook, de-cea-ed.
has filed his petition m the said conntv
court of Kock Island county for an order to sell
the premises belo giug to the estate of said de
ceased, or so mi ch of it an mav be n. eii. il to i av
tlje den.s of er.id deceased, and described as fol
'lhat certain tract of land commenoln? one hun
dred and twentygeven and oue-halt liT5i feet
south from the northwest corner cf lot number
one (1), in block Lumber two (2 , in Charles
Buford's addi:ion to the city of Rock Island, on
what was formerly known as Washington stieet,
and running thence east para lei with what was
formerly known as Green eireet one hu dred and
seventy ti:u) feet to what was formerly known as
Cherry stieet, thence south forty-four H4) feet,
thence wes one hundred ai d aeventv UT0) feet
to sai l Washington street, thence north with said
W ashinstoa street to the place ff beitinni'ig. sit
uated iu the county of Rock Isla'd and s ate of
Il.inois, and thtt a summons has been it-sued out
of said couit await.s; you. returnaole a- the July
term, A. D. 191 of said court, to he holdea on the
first Monday of Jmy. A. D.. 191. at the court
house in the city cf Rock Isiand in Rock Island
uule-s yon, the said John H. " ay 'or, Elijah
j.uii.iei i. Hum, Crlllerlte . Jit le
Julia M. Ah. e!lie French. JeM.ie .1. o..k. Wil
ban L Co,,k, Fredericks Cook. Charles H. Cook.
Emnia Miller, Lmma Ihinii and Alice Mason
thall persoi ally he and appear rn fore said couutv
court of Kock ls'and county and plead, answer or
demur to the sa:d compainaul s petition filed
herein as required by low, the same and tbe mat
ters and tiiuvs therein charged atd stated will be
tuken as confessed, and a decree entered against
you occoriiini; to the prater of said bill
Kck Iland. Ill , Jun - 24, lSttl.
Jackson HrttsT. II.) ALU A R KOHLER.
Comulalnatu's M'icltors. C erk of said Court.
JOTICE TO UONTE ACTORS.
Staled proposals w'H be received at the city
clerk's effi. e. rock .s and, ill , uutil i o'c ock p.
m., M. uday, Anmist S l,9l, for crnstrncti g the
inprovement ordeted by an nnl natre ertit.ed.
"Ar ordinance for me cmstrnctton of a sewer on
Ninta tt:ect from the c -nier t.r the al.ey between
rust aro fecund aveiuts to coat eci with the
main sewer on tilth aveniiw, h lateral hrsnches
in tt.e MlexsMid tulwetit r' ist and second. Sv.r
ond and Th rd at:d Four'h avenues resect ve v"
and atueitameiiis thereto passed jflai 5, Isai, Sep
tetiiber lii. li'J', respectively.
Plans and si ecificat ons for sttd i aoprovcrcert
on tie in the city cleik's office.
All bids musi be sccomrauied with a ceitilied
chu k in the turn of two as a guarantee that :f the
bid is acce, tea a contract wiL'beeuitred into and
The city resetv. s tte right to reject any ard all
Keck Island. Ill ,Jnlv 11. 191.
ROBhRT KOEHi ER. fitv Clerk.
Of Davenport & Rock Island Street
Railway Company for right of way.
Tiib ic notice is hereby given to all persons in
terested, that at a meetinir f the citv council or
the city of RocklsUnd, tJ he held a' the city
coancil room on the i;h day of July. A. D ls!ii,
the anuersicned Uaven: ort Work Is ana Mrect
Ksiiway comtiany will present to said citv council
a petition asking for the pissa.e of an ordinance
granting to i! me right to build, maintain ana
operate for a period of twenty years, a sit ijle or
double track railway, for running thereon bv e'.ec
ttlc power, cars for the transDoriati m of :iLen-
cers along te folluwing route in said citv: com
mencing on the t orth line of Fifth (B) avenue on
N ineteent h ( 1M) street, thence south on Nineteenth
flto street to Mi h 161 avenue to the east line of
Twenty-first (ill stree .
kock island, ill , .lulyT. 131.
DAVENPORT Jt KOCK. IsLiN'U STREET
Estate of Sarah B. Cobb, Deceased.
The undersiirned. bavin? been amiomted pt.
ecutor of the last will and testament of Sarah B.
Cobb, late of the county of Kock island, state of
iiliuois. deceased, hereby eivs notice that he will
appear before tbe county court of Kock Isiand
county, at the orllce of the clerk of said court, iu
the city cf Rock Island, at the beptember term. on
the First Monday in September next, at which lime
all persons having claims against said estate are
untitled and requested to attend for the purpose of
having the same adjusted. All persons indebted
to said estate are requested to make immediate
payment to the nndersiimed.
oated this 7th day of Julv. A. D.. l!t.
PHIL MITCH EL' . sx-cttor.
Jotice to Contractors.
Sealed proposals wi'l be rec.-ived at tre city
c!er s omce, Kock Island, ill., until Mondav.
August . 1 yi.st o'clock p. m.. for c instructing
the imrroveneni o dered bv t n ordinance of said
city, passed April 2M, 1:91, entiiled. An ordi
nance iorJ he imotovement of Sevectpeth street
iroui i ne boiiiu ime 01 occoMu ateuue ijili: norm
line of Third avenue.
PUns an 1 s: education for said lmcrovemem
on file tn the city clerk's office
All bids must be f-rcompauied with a certified
check In the sum of f 50 a a kuarsutee thst if fe
b d is accepted that a contrect will be nte ed in
to and the j erformi lice of It p-opetly secured.
Blank bids will be fun i.hed on appliciuou at the
city clerk's office.
I he citv restr.es the richt to rti ?ct any and all
bids cr trobosa's.
Itock Uland. 111., July 11, 11.
HOBR.K1' KOEHLER, Citv Clerk.
otice to contractors.
Sea'ed brioosnls will be received at the citv
clerk a office, Kt ca Island. 111., until r) o clock p.
m.. Monday, July t. ISiil, for the j lankitg of
bridge ro. 1 auu No. 8 oter Kock livr uear 8ars
towu. and a so to paint the superiructure of
t nuue o 3. wnn one coat or mineral piuul.
Also to repair ana aitcr toll gate at the toll
Plansnnd speciflcaf.oiB can be seen on file at
the city clerk's offl.e
Bids n.ust lie stparate on work st rifled herein.
The city reserves the ritht to reject any and ail
Kock Island, II'.. July 11, 1591.
ROBERT ROEBLEK. City Clerk.
i a scs cp
$200.00 and Upward
for sale, secured on land worth from three to five
times the amonnt of the loan.
Interest 7 percent semi-annually, collected ami
remitted free of charge
E. W. HTJHST,
ATT02XEY AT LAW
Booms 8 and 4 Masonio Temple.
POCK ISLAND. ILL.
AGENTS OF EVERY KIND
Insurance, Fraternal Order, book or otherwise.
Member get S1U0 in one year. They pay bat 1 1
a week. Anybody cm make at the lowest $137
each week easily. Everybody wants a certificate,
because for each member they bring in they get
their $100 a month earlier. Thla U a good thlcg
and dont mistake it. Address
J. La. UNVERZAOT, Secretary,
Jl West Lexington bt , Baltimore, M d.
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 he Bought for
A WELL KNOWN FACT,
That Carse & Cos 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.
Imuurt! Witliant trtnMwmti'r to theftkux. R-
I mere all ntnitl. 1 rwule and Uiiho1 oration. For
I sale by el) tiit-eij dmirtri'ts or uuuied Cor SO eta,
in atanipa by
till ri TlHC'C Teaches usstu.ienwa
ff ALLLIIIIC 0 trade and then starts
cpnnnt otr tuemtn rauroaa service,
SCHOOLi OF Bend for circnlar.
1 LTI CC D 1 DUV J VALENTINE BROS.,
-HAS DECIDED TO SELL OUT HIS
115 and 117 West Second Street, DAVENPORT IA.
J. T. T3IXO JST,'
And Dealer in Mens' Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
1622 Second Avenue