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THE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, AUG. 5, 1891
b liPUiTnK EXnAMPMEVT I
I4,A1 I .
arance Sale !
ierious to Inventory July 15. 1
irgains in Every Line.
ctures and Frames
,,..!, -il i"Miti:ittiii wj)k. Trices
!. !''"' tluo. nsn il.
,,','v mil ''"' 6rft choice.
r. CRA3IPTON & CO.
Lt EDI STREET GABDKX8,
fc"R3DAY. JULY 30, 1891,
A' ; m. ir'von by
:of. Otto's Military Band,
in PIECES 20
C.i:-d '"! Tr Garden.
IW liAM E.
.. D. HUESING
n:-. ii:iouic other irae-tried and well
T-ii'-.Tsv:" Compaq e he followtii?:
r.. I;., f .jEMirv. of Enrland.
fc.fsai lr..'o.. Buffalo. S. Y.
..':-: vrin-L In. .o.. Rochester, N. T.
e l- ( ).. r P:ttr.ar.ru. Pa.
r ; ' ii V v. .-en, Cim.
:w M fSw.i'4 Co.. Milwaukee. Wis
aL rift In- i',).. .j? Peoria. 111.
eC'or. ls:t. a:., and Second Ave.
P.OC'E ISLAND, ILL.
J. M. BUFORD.
' -trlea. Companle
EES PROMPTLY PAID.
' ry r- L vnv-ftriy cam
1" tXT yor
.Un-i-ri,. comnmv Pal.
si "t .. .1 Ins ;ri;nce company ('a!.
. m:l:v pni.
iwinct rompar.v N. Y.
jv.t i.;;-;ry In4u-;1Q,.K company. ..N. Y
. -i.-o.i4. Ii...:raiice company N. T.
:'V -"u'pat'.y jf. Y
-L;" '' !cnnd Avenue.
- i work in a thorough manner.
i:tvn.-i-.h'n.i- .i.. -.- .
' . .. . u air ana remove
;., ror L-aie at mil Koehler's
IJCexts Per Bottle.
PBESCBimos, A SPKClAtTT.
2lAve. andTwentv.-rv,, o.
'OK OF EVERY KIND
1 "' eid:7 f1S? the foweetflST
C chWrn'Ste;; W"nt9 certified
1 We,,V5lSAOT. BecreUry
Cl. Clrndrmn coBamdinK the
Hlxth Kctimtnt lnei bcnrral Or
ler 1. Whlrh Intermit tar Koit
Col. Clebdenin hts issued general ord
ers No. 1, for the brigade eactmpment at
Spring8eld Aug. 11 to 13, 1891. Below
are given such portions of them as are of
local interest tbe Rodman Rifles belong
ing to the sixth regiment, I. N O .of which
Col. Clendenio is commander:
Company commanders will issue no
permits or leave of absence excusing of
ficers or men from attendance except up
on a surcreon'8 certificate of sickness.
Any absentees will be reported in writing
immediately upon arrival in camp.
Companies will leave raspeciive stas
lions for the encampment on Monday
Aug. 10, 1891, as follows: Company I.
of Morrison, via the C. & N. W.. for
Sterling at 9:15 a. m- Companies E, of
Sterling, and I. viaC, B. ii Q special to
Mohne at 10:30 a. m.
Special train on C, B. & Q will leave
Rock Island at 9:10 p. m . Moline 9:25
p. m , with companies A, K, F and I and
Tne field staff and non-commiasione d
staS wiil accompany the command at
their respective stations and company
commanders will include tLem when giv
ins transportation certified es.
Q iartfcrnister J . M. Hlt. with the
quartermaster and commissary sereeant
and a detail of three men and company
cooks from each company -vill proceed-to
Springfield Sunday, Aug" 9, 1991. on C ,
B. & Q. train, leaving Ri ck Island at
6:43 a. m.
Company cooomanders will see that
each man puts bis arras and accoutre
ments in gocd shape befon? camp, brass
es polished, belts tnd cartridge boxes
Each man should provide himself wita
at least four pair of white tloves.
The following appointments are made:
Osborn M. Curtis, captain nd adjutant;
Harry C. Hopper, captain and assistant
surseon; Robert II. Aiken, captain and
in,r ector of rifle practice: Frank V.
Barber, Company E, to be quarter master
seraeact. Sergt. Frank Lansing, Com
pany M. to be commissary sergean;
Ed P. Pe!z, Company C, to be hospital
F.letrtc Vnr Mail Mrrrirr.
Th Moline Dispatch coMains the fol
lowina relativt to Inspector Ellwood's ar
rangement of the tri city mail service on
his visit htre jt sterday as stated last
J. B Eilwood, of the railway depart
ment ot the mail service has been over
tue ground pretty thoroughly, and will
recommend a ma.l to Mo.ine on the ar
r.val of the R. I. & P. train from the
south at 1:30 p. m . and a return mail to
ratch the R. I. ic P. train going south at
9 Oil r, m
He wiil also recommend a tri-city street
car mail service, by which there may be
two or mire mans between the three
cities daily. It is cow expected that
mails wiii he matle up here for Rock
Island and Ddvenpcrt at 0:30 a. m., 1 p.
m , and about 6 p. m. The return mail
from tbe R. 1. & p. road will get here so
as to give tbe carriers about 40 minuUs
earlier start on their aften oon trips than
The Lafiiei Dellgntd
The pleasant effect anl thp
iifety with which ladies may UBe the
liquid fruit laxative. Syrup of Figs, under
all conditions make it their favorite
remedy. It is pleasing to tbe eye and to
the taste, gentie. yet effectual in acting
on the kidneys, liver and bowels.
In the pursuit or tnt it
this world we anticipate
sat out the heart and ewee
ty pleasures by delightful
them. The results obtaini
of Dr. Jones' Red Clover T
ail claims. It cures dysp
stomach, liver, kidney
troubles. It is a perfect t
blood purifier, a sure cure
malarial diseases. Price
Mil things of
too much; we
tsess of world
a Irom the use
onic far exceed
psia, and all
lor ague and
, 50 cents, cf
Pick Eeadache and relieve all the trouble Incf
cleut to a bilious state of th- system, such as
Xfczziness, Nausea, Drowsiness. Distress aftee
eating. Fain in the bide, fee. While their moat
remarkaie aucceea has been shown in coxing
EearJaehe, yet Carter's Litt 9 Liver fir ar
equally valuable in Constipati in, curing and pre
venting this annoyicccompla in t. while they alsa
correct aUuisordersofthestoioachtl ululate th
liver and regulate the bowels. venii they only
'Aelathey wonld be almost pr eelento those utt
aufer from this distressingcomplalnt; butfortu
Cataly their goodness does no end here,and those
Whooncetry them will find these little pills rala
eble In so many ways that Uu y will not be wfl
ltodowUhontthem. Ba. after aUsickheas
flsthe baneof so many lives that here Is where
'We make our great boast. Our pills cure it while
Others do not.
Carter's Little Liver Pills tne very small and
very easy to take. One or tw . pills make a dose.
They are strictly vegetable a id do not gripe or
purge, but by their gen tie aci ion please all who
use them. In vialsot 25oent ; five for $1. gold
fcj- druggists everywhura, or Bent by maU.
CARTER MEDICINE CO., New York.
SMALL F1IL SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE
BUY A BUFFALO
Wyoming; lot. It's the comliis; city of Wyom
ing, lias waterworks, electric lhrhts. flouring
mills. Located tn the garden of Wyoming
produced the prize potato crrp of the United
States in 1890. for maps aid further infoc.
(nation apply to
MANN ft THCaf. Buffalo, Wyo.
STATU OY 1LLIVOI8,
Kock Island .'ocktt.
In the Rock island County Circuit Court of the
Septemb-r term. A D., 1891 -In C hancery.
Elizabetn Ferkler, the complainant vs. John
tvetz, admln'itrator cum letiamtnlo annao of
Bailey i-avenpor rlec. a-"d, fathiriue Liaven
port, beni;er v. Davenport, Joseph L Laven
dort, Naomi L. Davenport, Henry C. Davenport,
Ihomas J. Robmran, r'redenck Weyeihauner
and J illlam C. Putnam, tbe defendants. tien
t j " s:4"5- ' i-peciflc performance
Amiavit of the nou-residence of Catharine
r - , v . Anveuporx, UOSeph L..
Davenpr-nNaomi L. Davenport. Henry c Daven
port, and William C Pu nam, defendants abive
named, havii g been Died in the office of the clerk
of said circuit court of Hoc Island county, notice
is hereby given to the said defendants and eeh
aod evry of them, that the said complainant has
filed her bill of comprint la said court, on the
chancery side thereof, and that a summons ha
been isned out of said court aeainst said non
resident defendants, returnable on the first Mou-
llaV nr MenlMTnl... navr .. - 1 - . i
r , law requireu.
Now unless you the said non-resident defend-
Tits C H 11 I naHnnulln , 1 .
- ., . 1 aim appear oerore said
circuit court of Rock Island county, on the first
day of the next term thereof, 10 be holden In the
ccurt house, in the city of Rock Island, the sa d
county, on the first Monday of September. A. D..
lbJl, and plead, answer or demur to the said com
plainaui'a hill of complaint, tbe same, and the
matters and th'ngs therein chanted and stated,
will .betaken as confessed, and a decree entered
a.ainst jou. ecco ding toti.e .rayerof said bill.
Dated this 3d dav of July, a rj H9i
T Clerk of said Court.
J. T. Kinwortht and Wm. WcEn.rv. Solr'a
STATE OF ILLINOIS. 1
R-M K 1SLAD Cot tt.
Circuit court or Reck Island emintv. to the Sep-
tembtrterm. A. D 1M1 In cianceir.
Benrv G. Aneell vs. James Kaae. Margaret Kane
ana the Home Imuiraure cm; anv.
Arrldavito'the non-reidence of "the Home Hn
f nrance company dfendaut above named, having
been Bled in the onice of the clerk of said circuit
court of Rock island county, notice is hereby
given to the said Home Insurance companv that
thecor.ip'.a nani hereto!ore filed hi b;U nf'rnin
plaint in said court, on the chancery hide thereof
and that a summons thereupon issued nut of paid
court, against said defendants, returnable at the
court home in the city of Roc Mand in said
conn y. oa the nrsl Monday of September next,
1-11. as is by law required
Now. title you, the said Home Insurance com
pany, shall personally be mid apeur before said
circuit court of hock island cnuitf, on the nrt-t
dy of a term thereof, to be hoMen at the city of
Hock Island in said county, on the first Monday of
September. Mai, and plead, answer, or d. mur to
the said romplair-aiu's liili of complaint, the same,
audthe matterjaud thinss the'ein charired aid
stated will be taken as confessed, at 1 a ,1... r,-n ,.n-
'ered ayaicst you accordiug to the prayer of said
Rock Island, 111., .TulySS. A, D lftil.
liEu W. t-AMBLE, Clerk.
Oliver OlsEK. Compl't's Sol r.
STATE OF ILLINOIS, I
Rock 1-lasd Coitjtt, f !f '
In the Circuit Court.
joinna I.. Becker vs. Charles F. Becker. In
Am iavit of non-reidence of the ihov n,...i
defendant, liar-uc been filed in The clerk's office of
me circuit conn or saia connrv, notice is there
fore hereby given to the said non-resident dt-fen
uani m:n me complainant nied her b:.!of couiplaiut
.u luMnjuiuctimiiu-n siue tuer,olon ine
Twenty-eiehtll dav of July. I8H1. and that there
upon a summons issued out of said court. wht-re:n
said suit is now pendme. returnable on the Urst
Monday in the month of September nest, as is bv
Now unless yoti.the said non-resident defendant
above-named. Charles F. Becker snail personst-
i. wc u,. ao,,c:r ui irr saiu circuit court, t-n the
firsr day of Ihe next term thereof, to beholden at
Rock Islam! in and for :he said com.tv or. tl,.- Hr.r
Mouriay in September next, at d pleiid answer or
ueuiur to me saiu complainant's bill of complaint,
the same ai.o. ih- luatters and ttii il'- therein
charged and stilted will be tali, a as coi.rv-svd and
a decree entered aca'.n-t vou accord::,': to the
prayer of the sam bill.
Rock l&iaiiu. Ml.. J'i'v as iin
GROHGE W. GAMBLE, CI. rk.
Acair Pleasants. Compt's. !ol
STATE OF ILLINOIS, I
Rock Island CorsTT. t,s"
In the circuit court at the rVptemder term. A
P., ls!U. In Chiticrj. Bi.l for tpeciflc per
formance. Ma isou E. Wright vs. Naomi L, Envenport. Cath
erine Davenport. Henry C. Davenport, hbeuzr
.'. Duvenp rt Joseph L. Davenport, Thomas J.
Robinson, Fiederick Weyirhaustr, and John
Pee'z. admin sirator.
To the above named defendants Naomi L. Dav
enport, t'athirine Daveutsirt. Hi nry C. Daven
port. Eoeuzer C Dav.:UKrt aid Josepa L. Dav.
Affidavit o' yonr non-residence havinj been
filed in tbe r nice of the e'erk of said c,urt."notice
is hereby Biven to you that the atiove n-ined com
plaiuant has this day tiled In said con t his bill of
comp aim against you on the chancery side of
said court and that a stirutrmiis in chancery lias
been issued SL-amst yon. teturrable to th next
term t f said c.rcu t court to be beL'un and hnlden
st the court hruse iu the c ty i.f Kock Island, in
sail county on the first Moi day of September, A
D-. Is'jI. at wnich time and place lott will aiear
and plead, answer or demur to s ,id bill of com
J la'u-. if you see fit
Rock island. '11.. Julvi). A D ,'lsfti.
OEURGE W. GAMBLE.
Clerk of sa d Court.
Sweenet & Walker, Sol's forComplt
ADMINISTRATBIX's SaLE OF
Bv virtue of an ord r and decree of the county
court of Rook Island county, llliuois, nitide tlie
pe'itiou of the undersigned. Catherine E. Farreil
admici-trat.x of the estate of wm Farreil rie
cersed, for leave to sell real es ate cf said de
ceased, at the Jnly term. A. D. 1-W. of said court,
to-wit: Ouiheilst day of July, 1891,1 shall on
the 2lst day of Auetlet next, between the hours of
ten o'clock in the forenoon and five o'clock in tbe
afternoou of said day. sell for cash down, at public
sale, inclndlug widow's dower and homestead, at
the uorth door of the court house. In the citv of
Rock Isal d, co-n'y of rloctt Island, state of "Illi
nois, the real estate described as follows, lo-wit:
Lots eleven (11) and twelve (lit, in tee northwest
V. of the southwest of section thiee a), town
snip seventeen (1 ) north ratine two (2i. west of
the fourth (4) piiucipal mondian according to as-ses-or's
pla on nle for IS II, situated in the county
( f Rock siand. sta'e of Illinois.
Dated tht-iind day of Julv. Ih9t.
CATHEKINE E. FARRELL.
Administratrix of the est .te of Wm. Farreil, deceased.
OTICE TO CONTKACTORS.
Scaled proposals will be received at the city
clerk's office, ttock is and. 111 , until 6 o'clock p.
m., Mruday, Auirust 8. 1801, for constructitg the
improvement ordered by an ordinance entitled,
"Ad ordinance for tbe construction of a sewer on
Ninth street from the center of the alley between
First and Second avenues to connect with the
main sewer on r ifth svenoe wr h lateral branches
in tne sllevsand between First and Second, Sec
ond and Third and Fourth avenues respectively"
and amendments thereto pasted May 5, 18X0, Sep
tember IS. 1693, respectively.
Plans and specificat one for said improvement
on file in the city clerk's office.
All bids must be accompanied with a certified
check in the sum of 100 as a guarantee that if the
bid is accvptea a contract will be entered into and
Tne city reseives the right to reject any and all
Keck Island, 111 , July 11. 1891.
KOBiBT KOEHLER, City Clerk.
Jotick to Contractors.
Sealed proposals will be rectlved at the city
c'.er.'s office. Rock Island, 111., until Monday.
Angust . 1 -VI, at 0 o'clock p m., for construe ting
the improvement oidered bv tu ordinance of said
city, passed April St. ltl, ei.titled. -An ordi
nance lortbs imorovement of Seventeeth street
from the south line of Secoad avenue to the north
line of Third avenue.
plsns and s; ecillcstlon for said Improvement
on file In the city clerk's office.
All bids must be accompanied with a certified
check In tbe sun of (3C0 a a guarantee that if toe
bid is accepted that a contract will be ente-ed in
to and the performsnce of It properly secured.
Blank bids will be furnished on application at the
city clerk's office.
The city resertes the right to reject any and all
bids or proposals.
Bock Island. It!., July 11, 1891.
ROBERT KOEHLER, City Clerk.
-HAS DECIDED TO SELL OUT HIS-
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
115 and 117 West Second Street, DAVENPORT IA.
-OF ALL CLASSES 0F--
$ .TO Former Price si.00
Ladies' Oxfords -
Ladies' Pat. Tipped Oxfords - 1.25
Ladies' Welt Oxfords - - 1.90
(Tipped and Plain Toe)
Ladies9 Hand Turned Oxfords - 2.00
(Both in Common Sense and Oxfords)
Ladies9 Hand Turned button Shoes 2.50
These summer shoes must go in order to make
room for our Fall Stock. Ladies , Misses and Chil
dren's Wigwams closed out at 50c per pair. No
humbug; a bona fide sale from now on at the OLD
RELIABLE SHOE HOUSE,
CARSE & CO,
1622 Second Avenue
IraitJirLt Li-nihani rr&nparen-Y to (heskio. ftv
mores Ail Din.tuf. (nMi:l Ana liiMxtloraCioiu. Far
stkb; 11 ilit-tMsclriiir&T-te ortuaiMsd far SO-cU.
in stamp by
Jiem in railroad service.
Bend for circulars.
ft-l JansviuA Wis.
J. T. DIXOJST,
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue
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