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THE ARGUS, FBIDAY.
AUGUST 7 ISO) '
Clearance Sale !
previous to Inventory July 15.
bargains in Every Line.
pictures and Frames
;:!': it vntiiuttaii wo-k. Prices
v pf i"wer than usual.
tir and secure first choice.
R. CRAilPTON & CO.
AT ELM STREET G1BDEK8,
TTJRSEAY. JULY 30, 1891.
A' tu. j t en hy
rof. Otto's Military Band,
2.' PIECES 20
i.. D. HUESING
. arunr.'.' ohtr 1 mo -tried well
. : - i-li: C'unj.iia:.- he fo;.ew:t;,'
.; Ir:riT v C'ocifmny, of EniTlarrt.
.. ? ir.!. i'oia"i!t!iv of N . Y.
rra it. In-, l'o., Huffrtlo, X. Y.
r ufrrr.ii. In. Cu., Kcwhesier, N. Y.
.' !- Co.. of p.u9-Qf6-ii, Pa.
. r ." i ' I- -'Ti io:..
t. " . ; ' ( ' i .foni'k.
..' 1j v' . V w H ivel, 1'E.
wiM-- M--hMi r in. Co., Milwaukee, Win
mzz F r I:.-, i .).,? PKrta, 1:1,
t;c Cor. i:t St., and Second Ave.
rocs: island, ill.
j. M. BUFORD,
3SSES PROMPTLY PAID.
,r -.:. r..-om-ny cm ai
f ' C-? .j. Ar.-Q ia....-
""nre company Ca!.
';-j-:m-',: ;. il4 Ingram e company C'aL
;. hvmuv Pfa!;.
iv.- company . N. Y.
!; !':-;'j,Lce company .. .N. Y.
iTi-ur.tuce C'myaQT....N. Y.
S.rt:y t.:',y T. . Y.
N 1712 Scr.nd Avenue.
' ''" tUTk 111 alhimin .,.,..
" i 'iu" me sir and remove
'.. ,u" ' F"r '''' at Em.l Eoeuicr's
pR'rr.. .V) Cents Per E'
VON KCECKRITZ, Pnircia cist
I-ech:ih0 a Sra.cui.TT.
PJS OF EVERY KTNT)
- at-Douj cn mike k f ' ul '
KT fl" ch m.mh-; .kI certiScate.
,,lontheeriier -A". they get
-. good ttw
I i . -
A Mitch In YIm. Eir
E'ectricai Eogineer Frtdericks. of the
DaveDport & Rock la and Railway com
paiy, ii doing a neat job on Moline ave
nue ia properly adjuaicg, straightenicR
aid strengthening the trolley wires cvtr
tie tracks. When toe double tracks
were moved out to the middle of the
tborougbfBrj it becam 5 necessary to move
the trolley wires over, but in the burry
t!ie latter were oniy temporarily adjusted.
Ucder former methods ia tri-city street
railway mantuement. this temporary ar
rangement would never have been changed
until it fell down. Bit this is not Mr.
Frederick's idea. Ht believes in the
economy of keeping tLin28 neat and in
repair, and in pursuance of this policy he
has a force following the pavers and put
ling his wires in substantial condition.
If Mr. Fredericks will c ontinue that policy
and look after the minr details of keep,
iag the entire equipment in repair he will
save the company m r than his salary
the first year. It m a strange
fact, tut nevertheless a true one,
tbst none of the tri-cky street
railway companies learned tue economv
of keeping up lepairs until the syndicte
took hold of them, and what at first
might have required a quarter or a dollar
to replace was let to ru a until it amounted
to dollars, and finally the car was not
worth repairing. Tnis appears to have
been the great troulle with those to
wnom Dr. Allen has eairus-ied his lines in
Davenport, and cars new a year ao have
now the appearance of many years of
wear and tear. The ct nditioa of the car
is that which most affects the patrons of
the system and their comfort should be
the first cinsideration of the company.
Such tej.lect as has been manifested
heretofore, iu not keepisg up theappear
nnces ard repairs of cars nd right of way,
d'ies ci.t look to the mt -rests of tne
public or tuecompaay. The new order
of things will be welcoaed by all around.
5 John Moore and Milliam Mor.te to
hto L'ige. lot 3 block 1, Moore' first ad
rii'i.m to Moline, 1375.
K Riisch to E H (Jujer tract by me'es
nnd hminds in nwj. 6, i", lw, and at , 10.
Iw. 0 t 00
C F Heminway ti Horace Marshall, lot
9, Mr.ck C. Prospect Park, Mo!ine. j"230.
.1 II Nutter to C A Berg, lot 16, Guver's
first addition to Edgewocd Park, Rock
.JHNuiterto Ausus-. Helander. lot 17
Oner's first addition t Kdgewood Park
K k Island. 170
JTUynn toff WRym. prt of lot 2,
block 2, Brisss' Place, Uock Island,
Thomas J Rodman, bv heir4, to Cnris
tene Martin?, lot 3, block 4. Rodman's
addition to Rock Island flSO.
LICENSED T( WED
Ci Andrew Johnson Moline, Ida Car'
son, Pre-emption; Alfrei Sjoren, Chicaso,
Chirlotte Anderson, Moline.
Aug. 1 Lirse E. Pe ersoa. Emma M.
E ltrom. Moline.
4 J. E Calahan. Chiriton, la., Emma
Zuber. Davenport. Ia.
5 Benjamin W. Wcndhurn, Chicago,
Sadie Moore. Port Byron: Noda Wiilhite,
Milan. Kate Linntan, Briar Bluff
C Jonas Wesiling, Denver, Hilma
K. ihler, Moline
Advt-rtlm-a Uim o. .fi
L:"t of tetrer novated Tor at the hoftotP.re at
Koc I-land. Kock ltlst.d county. Iil:nol.
Aiintt ?. :
Ooi.p- Char!- Hi'rli zka Frark
Evau- (' u-euce O M nei Wm R
EmiafTt Tiitif Rd mond Xra B
Foiand Bob Mii--inaa Jotiu G
liua.li A E liou-v Kt
TUiurrrA'H m vttek."
Marks Jau f
HOWARD WELLS. P. M.
Pozzoni's Complexion Powder pro
daces a soft and beautiful skin; it com
bines every element of tea ity and pur:ty
For Sale, Rent, Exchange and Miscel
laneous -wants insertei one day at lc
per word; three days at c per word
and one week at He per word.
"Situations wanted" and local "Help"
wants not exceeding three lines in
serted one week in the DAILY ARGUS
ANTED Xur"e c'rl at 1 27 Second avenue
ap;.!y liiert at ouce. S4-lw
ANTED Two irond cv!ii der Dress feeder? at
tlie Pinwman. Mcline. at .nee. 21
WANTED Permanent oilce a;1.raDt; sal
ary $TW: railway fare j.aid; enciose ((
adilreeed etaniped tnveloie, Jlaniter, Box S'2,
MONEY TO LOAN On chafe morttraires,
waicee. diamond", jewelry, and a'l article,
of value. J . W. Joues. ItiU Second avenue. S-tf
WANTED An arnt or c; ova-ner in hook?;
lady preferred: $M to f ) per month. Ad
drew or caU on "a." Stiij EUii.th avenue. t 3t
WANTED - A few cood eal. smen to take orders
for a full line of fruit ant. ornamental tree?,
fmall fruiu, rose, shrubs, e;c. lo ex;erii nce
utcestary. Eeferenee. reqi Ired. GOOD PAY.
Adare.eH. P. FKSEMAN 4; CO., Rochistic,
N. T. july IS
WANTED SALESMEX t ND AGENTS If
yi.a aie an nperi-ioed c: nvast-r, stay where
you are and write at once for the airency of my
rati nr Self Heating bad Iron. Exper enced men
a-e making Stfrt 'k: n-w beginner make
fiHof 0 a wee. No ether household article
equal, it a a seller, ferd f.-r partii u:an, ram
s''.''. 4 c, to H. S. reiae. Box :T9, Cinc:unf. O.
EZST AND CHEAPEST
IVThe oalf Paaat House in the city.
R. M. WALL,
1: JfTWd Arenac.
Bit Beadaeheand relieve all thetronblM lacf
dent to a bilioua state of the aystem, auob a
Duzinem, Kaoaea, Crowatneea, Ciatreaa after
ating. Pain is the Side, to. While their moat
lemarkaHe auccewa baa been ahown ia Ctttuig .
SeaAaeha. T Carter's Little IJme PfM are
equally rahiabls in Constipation. cunn and pre
venting th la annoying complaint, while tbeyalaa
correct aildiaordaraof iheatomachuuiiilata tu
Jivar and regulate the boweU. ven it they only
auifer from this distrtwsin complaint; bnt fortu
nately theirg.vidiieBadoee no-ndhera,a'j.l thn
who c nee try them will find r neee Jittle puis val
able in mo many wars that they will not bo wit
ling to do without them. But after aUaickoaac
!lB the tiace of to many lives that hen is whirs
'Wemakeocrgreatboaat. Our puiacuraitwaua
Others do not.
Carter's Little Liver Pills are rery taall an4
Very eaRy to take. One or two piila inakda diute.
They are atrictly vegetable and do no. gripe or
pur-rt, but by their gentle a.:tion plae ail wha
ositham. In viaia at 25 cents ; tive for 1 1. Said
if druggists everynhoro, or scat by ni nl.
CARTER MEDICINE CO., New York.
SMALL Pill. SMALL COSE. SMALL PRICE
STATE OF ILLINOIS,
Rxk Nland i'otsiv. )'
Circuit court or Rock Isiand countv. to the Sep-
tember term. A. D. . In ecancery.
Uenrv li. Aniell . James Kaue. Marg iret Kane
ana the Home Insurance c ni,anr.
Afliiavitof ihe non-r'sideuce of 'tte Home 'In
surance company detaLdant asove named, haiuj
bt-m fiifd in tne office of the clerk cf s-aid cirru'.t
court of Rock Island county, notice is hereby
iriven to the (.aid Home Insurance company ibat
the ctimpla nan hertfto.'ort' filed his bill of com
plaint in .aid court, on the chancery p:de thereof,
and that a .umniuus theri'nii is-ued out of a:d
court, aiaiuet said defendant-, returnable at Ihe
court home in the city of Rock Island in .aid
coun.y, on the first Mouday of September next,
1-91, as is by law required.
Now. unless you, the said Home Insurance com
pany, shail personally be and appear before sid
circuit court of Rock IslaLd count", on the first
day of a term thereof. M beholden at the city of
Rm-k Island in said county, ou Ihe first .Monday of
St prember. lhU:. and pit-ail. answer, or demur to
the said coniplaicaut'. biii of complaint, ihesam'1,
and the matters and tliinits therein cliarired at,d
staled i;l bu taken as confessed, andatreeree en
tered against you accord:iij; to the prater of said
Rock Island, IlU July Sr.. A.D 11.
UEo W. tAMULS, Clerk.
Oliver Olses. Coinpi t's sol r.
STATE OF ILLINOIS
kocr Island county. 1
In the C'rcuit Court.
Joanna I.. Ilecktr vs. claries F
AtVi iavit of non-ref-idence of The aVove named
defendant, hav us; oeen filed in the clerk's oSiee of
the Circuit court of said tocuty. nonce is there
f"re hereby given to the -a:d non-resident defen
dant mat tne complainant Hied her bill of complaint
in said court on ihe chancery side thereof on ihe
Twenty-eicUth dav of July. isai. and that tliere
ujKin a summons issued out of said court, wherv:n
said suit is now pendinff. returnable on the first
Monday in the taontu of scp:cm!er next, as is by
Now unless you.the said non-re:d nt defendant
alKe-named. Charles F. Becker shail personil
ly be and appear before jaid circuit cnrt, on the
first day of the next term thereof, to be I.olden at
Rock Island in and for the said county. on theilrst
Monday in September next, ai d plead answer or
demur to the saiu complainant's bill of complain:,
the same ana the matters and thr.ics therein
charced and stated wnl lie taken as confessed and
a aecree entered against ou according to the
praver of the said bill.
fcot k Is.and, li'... .!:; J. l.l .
oEohGfc w. gamble, cvrk.
Aoaih FlsaSasts. Coipi'e. sjol
STATi. OF ILLINOIS, t
Rors Island Cot'NTi. f-
In til circuit court at the Septemder term, A.
P.. l-'.il. lu thiuc-.r.f. Bi.l for specific per
formance. Ma ison E. Wright m. Naomi L. Eavenport. Cath
erine Davenitorr. Heury c. Davenport, tber.zer
t:. Davenport. Joseph L. Davenport Thomas J.
Robinson, Fiederick Weyerhauser, and John
To the above Hams'! defendant Naomi L. Dav
enport. Ca:herine Paveti-jort. Henry C Daven
port, EPenaer C. Davenport and Joseph L. Dav.
Affidavit o' your non-residence hav.ni len
filed in the emeu ot the clera of said court, notice
i bertbv tlven to you that the aiiove ntmed com
p sinant ha. this day filed in said cou.t bis "oili of
comp aint airamst you on the chanrery side of
said court aLd that a summons in chancery has
been issued airaiuat you. returnable to ihe next
term of said circu t court to be besran and bolden
at the court he use in the c ty of Kick island, in
saiJ ciQiity on the first Moi day of September. A.
D.. 1m1. at wnich time and place you w;ll ap,.ear
ar d plead, answer or demur to sid bill of com
jla:n'. if vou see fit.
Kock Island, '11.. July S). A D.. Wl.
GEORGE W. GAMBLE.
Clerk of sa d Court,
Sween'CT& Walkeb. Sol's for Compit
ADMIMSTRATBLX'3 SALE OF
By virrue of an orier and decree of the county
conrt of Rook Island conr.ty. Illinois, made or the
petition of the uiidereurned. Catherine E. Farrell
administrat e of the estate of Wm Farreil de
cersed, for leave to sell real es ate of suid de
ceased, at the July term. A. D. 1-SH. of said court,
to-wit: On ihe 21st day of July, lt9l. I shall on
the -1st day of Auitust neat, between the hour-of
ten o'clock in the forenoon and five o'clock in the
afternoon of said day.nell for cash down, at public
sale, inclnding widow's dower and homestead, at
the north aoor of the court house, in the city of
Hock Isalrd, co'-nly of Rock Island, state of Illi
nois, the real estate described as follows, to-wit;
Lots eleven 111) and twelve dUl. in the northwest
i,, of the southwest t, of section three i town
snip seventeen ft") north range two it. west of
the fourth 141 principal moridian according to as
sessor's plat on file for 1SHJ, situated in the county
cf Rock island, state of Illinois.
Dated thisiSind day of Julr.
CATHERINE . FAKRELL.
Administratrix of the estateoIWm.Farreli.de-
Wyoming lot. It's the eominjr city of Wyom
imr. Has waterworks, eiectric liirhts. flouring
mills. Located in the irarden vt Wyoraiuir
Produeed the prize potato crop of the United
States in It'-) ror maps and further infor.
mation apply to
MANX & TflOM. Buffalo. Wyo.
CU.. CtMV M
NOW fl (Dm " rsr
Call or sand for etrsular eontainin.)
Loe non urraioiu ?unm or Consump
tion. Cancer. BnjrW DUeaac. Scrofula,
errs. Tuaaora. 8Uvacb Trouble etc,
etc. SI. SSWABB toraatT aoc
varwaaia. Etasaas aucaoeat n
am laaaai sirnaa. call .wQ 14
-HAS DECIDED TO SELL OUT HI3-
On that Account Our whole Stock of
ClotMng, Ms and
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 ami 117 West Second Street, DAVENPORT IA.
-OF ALL CLASSES 0F--
$ .70 Former Price $1.00
Ladies' Oxfords -
Ladies' Pat. Tipped Oxfords - 1.25
Ladies' Welt Oxfords - - 1.90
(Tipped and Plain Toe)
Ladies' Hand Turned Oxfords - 2.00
(Both in Common Sense and Oxfords)
Ladies' 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
m K am r -w.M v
1 ITI J--rVl I'n.li.aJil rmiLt-( "sai r U- J iu tUCNiUa. cvt-
sat by all tlrt vi-v-- ilruiri t . or Buaied lor M cti.
in Mamp. by
If l ri TlHC'C Teaches ta .indent. s
lALtLlllt d trade an then starts
cnwnnT DP rilroa service,
SCHOOL. VJJT send for eircmlars.
J. T. DIXOJST,
And Dealer in Mens' Fine Woolens.
1706 Setond Avenue