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THE ARQUB, MONDAY, JULY 20, 1891
- I C0KS0L1DATI0N. T " LEG1U ' I ' ' " :
TK .A14M The Mo.lne Papers IUffer a t. (he K
.iuS STUDT OF THIS OF THE
Mnco. Eoclc Islani & Pacific By.,
V;, r;' e-; f Rilck WM. i Illinois;
5 - na. La ' 1 ..rruinira. Oskalo , Da
M-nr:. "Z". AU',ibon, Harlan and Council
A to ',VA - .'I ",,, siou. Fa!H. to DvKOTAj
t,TA: 1. and Sanaa City, in MIOURI;
" '' ,' " ,"' Fairburr and Se1on. In tt kasj.a;
'"tL!:'' . .w irfh II. rton, T-peka. Huxhlnson.
.'" AWleiHi. Dod City. Ca: Well, in
I1 ;' " w, CL-r, El Iiraoaud Minco.ln IN PI AS
f -;lVv iWer. dorado Spr.ar. an.: Pueblo.
I ;,:.,..). i BWr areas of rK'L farming
( .iui.'i a:T-nli"KtUe best facilities of Inter-i;S""!-i,
i t ' all town aud cities east uni west,
'r.u:'-irtst of CLlcajo and to Italic and
VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS
,.i ,.vvt't:trs In splendor of er uirruea.
:'"rtU-.v';V. and I-F.S MOIS'ES. rorNCIL
-;" ! i.mM and tHwwn CHICtGO and
r- r.l'-:.-!'fo' srRINGS and PVEBLO. via
"v-fplWouiT'" and T ST- ,r,SErH
'"'"A. ra.t.vwliea. FEEt EECLINISl. CHAIR
'ti Nw Sleepers, with IHuin Oar Service.
r,ti .i-at IhT.ver suJ Cloraiio Spr.nra with
"i Tr, - ' . y line n. formin,: the ntw and
5AKS-B0CKY MOUNTAIN ROUTE
irv b tii!'.r-ijuipid trains r:n dally
' ( H iviII ':'T C HANGE to and from Salt
c a-' San Fncico. THE ROCC
" Vi sVn the Pirei't ana Favorite Line to and
'"-Mat "'i I ii:' P U ,,ther ar.::ary an
si re.-.'i. Uitiw l mmiugdistrietsiii Colorada
4,r FAST EXPRESS TRAINS
- t j.;sjh sr'. nua. City to and fro a all Im-
-tr't.'i-T'.-.r;' .-and section in Southern Kebraska,
'."i ,i . :ae iMd:an Tenttnrr. A'ifo via ALBERT
'i E li'TL' f;a Kan City and Cl.icngo to Water--ii:r.
ralK !tXN"EArUI9 nd ST. PACL.
r-'e'. -r:!:'''r-l-11"'1 r--rt'.i ana noriLtreit bettveen
,fl3k'ai. lt:i" I-v'.:Coat.
FrTcit'- r. ;. F.d-rs. or desired information
- '; :i'v r ,'.ir".nTi.'kct Oficc in the To ted Statet
E. ST. iZKX- JCHfi SEBASTIAN,
Gtci:!-';:, GenT Tit. d; Ta s, At,
ISORTti SNORE "
WtLL he under the eupervlsioa of the
Burlir.rton, Cedar Rapids Bi t 'oruhern
EilTay. VT. J. U0ERI3ON. llane ger, and
Till be open for the reception cf gnesta
- ui:b io.a :t eacn year, v laitors will find
... H wt --j oiwi.it.uiouu'),
oeiu? sappned Trtth pa3, hot f.nd cold
-a-.er tetu, eier.rtc bells and all modern
Ba.K. toa-Un? alley, eta, and p jaitively
tree froa annoranca by mosquii os.
RyuND-TRiP EXCURSION TICKETS
Will be Dlartr! nn cola a V.
oTa. p rf . oc,un oy ice eunmgton.
the fir1.81 iow rates to
w-0m" ,r "'"" opini iai e, lowa;
V - M;rm8aPoli3, St. Paul and
itnor 'nettr-k'i Minnesota; l,ake Su-
P? In Cotorada
the'fi ,idsuPer Par.Ldise" to
r -nt-n a' 1UI "own rates to
oTi" sQ'N' Manager, Spirit Lake.
C I. 'VES
1 F-. HAN NEC N.
Gen" T;rkn and !r Afrat.
t..;nv i,.,r. u;iJ ,"Vh ' " , """ww.u.ii! f '.rover
Ti..,- sww' ' ur' ,,,r t!,e uariKsL
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'.-Hi.. " .r'j",'m-aw b. fwf and
i.i-n,.' . '' 'l'?r!'m- 'M-nn1a'l..n.
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:"h ra,'l"'lu.. (miltlug
"vliSr- "H- ,'-"f-hitls..T7
. Ihart1.'t.!a ''lhe.iat-eaote "
nr,S- In V7.h (144 pasw)
ETJMTODr,? a"d goW- m "M tee.
C I F I crsT
f-trfift nn. U
?b'E2 fr"m LOWMo 1,400
"' i: '! are ,oid . K m- "n 1 continulne
i,uJ in ..!..::.:. . :coant' -he comnanT
""'"Detirrs-i, . "v.ci lara call or
D"n 1 mtser-8QPtr t,on Bro"
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iKSL".rdi!r ?; rriod :ii
" VilSS ? '' A ' hills. Malar. . ,K&
X'' W r.S"?; u-". Cold in the Head ISo
The Moilae Papers Differ a t (he
Manner t (he two Cities I a. ting.
The Moline RepuWican-Journal sir
prising to T t?08 completely back on
the Feasible position it took with reference
to a good feeling between Rock Island acd
Moline and advocating the suggestions
made by Thb Akgus regarding joint
celebrations of various natures, and, in
referring to the discussion of consolidation
before the Kock Island Citizens' Improve
ment association Thursday night, it dis
p ays an exceedingly narrow mindtd
tendency. It is earnestly to be hoped it
will reform its ideas to conform to the
generally prevailing good feeling in both
cities. The Dispatch however, takes a
more public spirited and common sense
view of the matter and says:
There is no doubt in Moline a strong
sentiment toward consolidation, but wh-n
discussing the matter it is better to tace
real difficulties than imaginary ones.
While neither citv would like to give iid
its name we do not conceive '.hat to be
the main difficulty, neither do we think
that the location of the court house
where it now stands one of the serious
impediments to consolidation. The real
difficulties lay in the site of the post of
fice and the railroad depots. These must
be met by mutual concessions on both
sides or remain as they now are, or con
solidation will be practically impossible.
Rock Island is in favor of all reasons
able concessions and it is not likely that
all other things being satisfactory, tbtre
would be acy obiwtion to both cities re
taining their own post offices both under
the name of the consolidated city until
other plans mutually acceptable could be
Lots tor Saia
In Hur;r & Peetz' addition to the city of
Kock Island, being the late Bailey Dav
enport's homestead, nicely and centrally
located, within five blocks of the post
office. Title perfect. Terms liberal
For particulars apply to the undersigned
at the People's National bank or on the
premises. Johx Peetz.
A Mother's Gratitude. My son was in
an almost hopeless condition with flux
when I commenced usinir. Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera an1 Dii nhoea Remedy. It
gave nim immediate relief and I am sure
it saved his life. I take great pleasure
in recommending it to all. Mrs. M L.
Johnson, Everett, Simpson county. Miss.
23 and 50 cent bottles for sale by Ilartz
& Bahnsen, druggists.
Being a sufferer from chronic catarrh,
and having tierived great benefit from the
use of Ely's Cresrr. Balm. I can highly
recommend it. Its SfOesmre far in excess
of all other catarrh remedies B. Frank
en, druggist, Slgourney, Iowa.
What is more attractive than a pretty
face with a fresh, bright complexion? For
It, use Pozzoni's Powder.
For Sale. Rent. Exehno- nnrt Ticol-
laneous wants inserted one day at lc
per word; three days at c 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
ANTED Sitnation asCntter: wrll empHev.
ced; addresa H. A. I). tbia office. 4-V3t
ANTED A good girl at the St. Jame Ilo
FK BEST iix rooms np uturj, 2M9
Fifth avenue. s m
ANTED Airirl for ceneral hou-ewnrk at
1C2-4 f eeond avenue. in
WANTED-Situation ae boup-elteeper; call at
St Jam-t hotel.
ANTFD A barber for Saturday and Sundav
at X0K Fifth avenue, foot of E'.m e'.reet. lti
WANTED Traveling men : salary; referenrcs.
25 Times bnliding, Cnicago. l
yANTED A portion by yoor.g man in etrre:
" two years experience in stationery store : best
of reference". Addre-s X. Y. Z.. 'his i:lce
VIT ANTED A good strong woman as serond
cook aij. J. rlynn's reptuurunt, 3043 Fifth
avenue ; gtod wsgee to right party. 11
OXEY TO LOAN On "chattel uiiirtrareg,
watches, diamond, jewelry, and a 1 articles
afvalu. J. W. June, Hill Second aveuue. -tf
WANTED - A few good salesmen to take orders
for a full line of fruit and ornamentul tree,
small fruits. roes, shruba. etc. No experience
necessary. References required GOOD PAY.
AUiiretsH.P. FREEMAN & CO., RorHTSTEC,
N Y. julvlS
I CraitoD & Co.,
Clearance Sale !
Previous to Inventory July 15.
Bargains in Evefy Line.
Pictures and Frames
Have our special attention this woek.
23 to 50 per cent lo w cr than usual.
Call early and secure first choice.
R. CRAMPTON & CO.
AGENTS OF EVERY KIND
Insurance, Fraternal Order, book or otherwise.
Members get $100 in one year. They pay bat $1
a week. Anybody cm make at the lowest $137
each woek easily. Everybody wants a certificate,
becanse for each member they bring In thejr get
their 1100 a month earlier. This ia a good thing
and don't mistake it. Address
J. L. UNVERZAGT. Secretary,
,.1 Weat Lexington St., Baltimore, Md.
uTITlolt TO SELL HJCA.L ESTATE.
STATE OF ILLINOIS.
Kock Islastd 'ounty . f e8
County Court of Rook Island County, to the Ju'y
Term. A. D . lbl.
Charies 11 Kent, executor of t:e last will and
testament of William L Cook, decea-cd. vs.
Mamare- H. Cook, Elijah B. Cook, Emma L.
Molff, Catherine W RUley, jttti M Ah, Nel
lie French, Jevie J. Cook, William L. Cook,
Frederick S. Cook, Charles U. Cook, Emma
Mi ler, Emm hing, Alice Mason. Ihomas W.
Grafton. John Astet and John Ii. Taylor Peti
tion to sell real estate to nay debts.
Affidavit of the non-res dece of John It. Tay
lor. Eiij.o B. Cook, Emma L. Ko tt, Catherine W.
Risley, Julia M. Ash. Nellie French, Jessie J
Cook. William L Cook. Frederick . Cook,
Charles n. ook, Er ma Miller. Emma Thine ai d
Alice Mason, defendants above named, having
been fliea in the office of the clerk of the county
court of hock IsUnd county, notice is hereby
given to the sa d John H Tav lor, - lij'.h B. Cook,
p-mma L. Rolff, Catherine V. Risley. Julia M.
Ash. Nellie Irench, Jessie J. Cook, Wil iam L.
Cook, Frederick . Cook, Charles H. took, Emma
Miller, Emma Thing and Ailcs Mason, that the
said plaintil. Char.es H. Kent, execut'rof th
last wi;l and testament of William L. Cook, de-cea-ed.
has filed hi petition in the said countv
court of Kock Island cmnty for an order to sell
the premises behv ging to the s:ate of euid de
ceased, or so m ch .f it as may be needed to ray
ti e deb. s of gs id deceased, and described as fal
lows, to-wit: .
1 hat certain tract of land commencine one hun
dred and twenty-seven and one-half (14T(si feet
south from the iiortbweat corner f lot number
one(liu block unrulier two 2 , in CUarle
Buford's addition to the city Rock Island. u
what was formerly known as Washington etieet,
aud running tbei.ee eat parallel witli what waa
formerly known as Ureen street oue hu -dred and
evt.niy 170) feet to what was formerly known aa
Cherry atreet, thence south forty-four (-4) feet,
thence wea one hundred ai:d seventy tlTO) feet
tosai t Washincton street, theuce north with said
Washititrtoa street to the place f hettinnir.', sit
uated in the county of Rock Irdard and s'uie of
Illinois, aud thnt a summons has been issued out
of said couit aiaiust you. returnable a' the July
Term, A. 1). lsui of said court, to be holden on tb
flret Mor.diy of July. A. D.. at the court
house in tiie city cf Rock Isiaud in Kock Island
Now. unl- you, thesa'd John H. favor, El'jah
B.Cook, Emma L. Hold, Catherine V. ill
Julia M. A-h, Nellie French, Jessie J. Cook. il
linn L. Co k, Fred.-rickS Coic, Charles H. Cook.
Emma Miller, Emma llniisr aud Alice Mason
ball persoi ally be and appear bt fere said county
court of Hock Is and couuty and plead, answer or
ilemur to the s i d compiiuaut s petl ion tiled
herein as required by law, the same aud the mat
ters atd things therein charged aini stated will be
taken as confessed, aud a decree entered against
yon sceorutn to the praier of said bill.
U:ck Island, Hi , Jun-S4, lSvi.
Jjcksos i Ui-Bsr. II J ALMA R KOIILER.
v'ouiDia'Bain's !"'eitor. C erk ot sai.it onrt.
Jotice to Contractors.
Sealed proposals wlli be received at ihe city
clerk's office, rock is and. til , uutii t o'c ock p.
m., M. nday, Auaast 3 1S91, for cinstructirg the
in.proveroent ordeTed by an oni warce er.tii.ed,
"An ordinance for ttie construction of a sewer on
Niiita etieet irom 'hi c -luer ot tin- a'. ey between
First Hid f-econd avetuis lo cjurecr w;tn the
mtin sewer ou iHh avenue wi h la'eril branches
in tue sliesU'l l-twetu r'-rst and sscotnl. ec
ond and Th.rd and founb avenues respective v''
and atnenf.roents thereto pas.-ed May 5, 181, Sep
tember lti. ltd.-, r-sptrctivily.
PIbks und ; eciSint ous fi'.r slid improvement
on t.ie in ti e citv clerk's otiice.
Ail bids must be 'ccompanied with a cettifled
('ink in the sum of tlod us a cuataiitee that if the
bid is acce, tea contract will be enured into and
Tne city rese.vts tLe ritiht to rej.ct any ar.d all
b.cck Is'.and. in . Ju'v 11, 1S91.
ROBtRT KoaH i ER. f ity Clerk.
Of Davenport & Rock Island Street
Railway Company for right of way.
Public notice isbeiebv given to all persona in
terested, that at a meeting if the citj council of
tae city of Kock Isl.nd, tj be hell a-, t'.e city
roiincii room ob the i:h day of July. . D., igyi,
the undersigned L'aven; ori"A Hok ls an l r-treet
Jtni'.way compaDj- will prtser.l to said city council
ft petition us for the pissa .e of an o.-dinance
praniiuff to it tae right t.3 build, maintain and
operate for a period of twetity years, a single or
doable track railway, for running thereon by e!ec
nic power, crs for the transportation of .'passen
gers along the foil-wing route in said city : Com
mencing on the i.orth Hue of Fifth (6) avenue on
Nineteenth (39) street, thence south on Nineteenth
il'Ji street to Six h (ti) aveuue to the east line of
Tweutv-first (il) ttree .
Rock Island. 111.. July T. 1S31.
DAVENPORT St HOCK IsLiND STREKT
Estate of Sarah B. Cobb, Deceased.
The underslirneo, having been appointed ex
ecutor of the last will and testament of Sarah B.
Cobb, late of the couuty of Rock Island, state of
Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice that be will
appear before the county court of Hock Island
county, at the office of the clerk of said court, in
the city cf Rock Is'.ar.d, atthe September term. on
tbe First Monday in September nest, at which time
al. persons having claims aErainst said estate are
notified and requested to attend for the purpose of
havinc the nam' adjusted. All persons indebted
to said estate are reune-ted to make immediate
payment to the nndersiirned.
Dated this 7th day of J ulv. A. D., 1S91.
PHIL M t'lTUE L' . txecotor.
otice to Contractors.
Sealed proposals will be received at the city
clerk's office. Rock Island. 111., until Monday.
August S. 1 Ul.st Ko'clock p m.. for construe tiug
the improveo.eut o dered bv m ordinance of saia
city, passed April -J, l'fll, ertiiled. ' An ordi
nance lor the improvement of Seventeeth street
from the south line of Second avenue utlie north
line of Thinl avenue.
PUns nd s. ecitlcation for said Improvement
on tie In the city clerk's office
All bids must be accompauied with a certified
check In tbe sum of foiO a a auar.ntee that if tee
W.d is ..ccepted that a contract will be nte ed in
to a 'id the r-erformvnee of It propeily secured.
Blank bids will be fur. intied on applicuiou at the
city clerk'a oflice.
'i he city res. r.es the right to r j yet any tnd all
bids cr proposals.
Rock Island. !H.. .Ttilv 11, ll.
hOBKKT KOEHLR. itv Clerk.
OTICE to C'OM RACTOKS.
Sca'ed proposal" will be received at tbe city
cli rk's ofllce. Bcca Island. 111., unt 1 0 o clock p.
in.. Mondav, jnly t , 1S.U, for the jlankir of
bridge No. 1 ana No. 8 oer Uock tivrneiir Ssars
town. and a eo to paint the suparirncture of
indi:e No 3. wilh one coat of mineral paint.
Ateo to repair and alter tun ate at the toll
Plans and fpectficatioJB can be seen ou file at
ths city clerk's cftice
Fids n.uft be separate on work so eifled herein.
The ci'y reserves tbe right to rejiCtauy and all
Kock Island. 11'., July 11, If 91.
ROBERT KuEHLER, City Clerk.
in sua cf
$200.00 and Upward
for sale, secured on land worth trots three to five
times the amount of the loan.
Intereat 7 per cent semi-annually, collected and
remitted free of charge.
Attorney at Law
Rooms 8 and 4 Masonle Temple.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Bur nt acknowledged!
the leading remedy for
(Uonorrtiora A cWt.
The only ue remedy for
i prescribe it and fl
Trtf ttwAMCMEiCn to all uffepeTs.
k. i L TtCii.snt. lie
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
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 tlat line sufficient.
CARSE & CO.,
1622 Second Avenue
ImnarU l brilliant tranttbarency U Che skill. H-
I move all iiitiiivlest. rtvckl and Uii-coloratioiia. For
I s&le toy ml tlrt-i-iaMfc drvxfrt lA. or laailt-xl for M cU.
in stamp oy
If II CI TlMC'C Teaches it atuaenta a
inUbllHL W rradt
e and then starts
them In railroad service.
Bend for circulars.
k VALENTINE BROS.,
M-ll JamsvTLLa. Wta.
-IIA8 DECIDED TO SELL OUT HI3-
. Ms M
115 arid 117 West Second Street, DAVENPORT IA.
J. X. TDIXOJST,
MERCHANT TAILOR! '
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens. '
1706 8econd Aveirae.