Newspaper Page Text
f -' Rent, Exchange sou
M3-n inserted one day at lc
MsfJdavs at per word
'.I per word.
wanted" and local-Help
ed'" ,.,,,,-i;n.g thre9 ,lnes m
.,T"g.iii 't'tl,e f,ir m,n an I wife,
RET -"' , situat.-d. Address
, I it V"''' 1 8-lw
CTTt -ittl I'!''!
Machinist or Enifi
l 7-..- It 'X lW. Milan. 1" 10
r' for koiscwork. snial! family;
i! .-in; aop'v at A. Mosen
o N'u T'cu:ieth street.
-TTTn sr-r! ai 112T Second avenue
vE " S4-1W
iTw..-od cylinder pre feeder-
!:ne, at once.
,t, in nft!! sfre or soine
w - f'y a competent wan who is will-
. jl . i:ii Kin
,"r. i-u -ui.li"'iil i.fll e ass'srant; fa'.
' '"-, '.- n.M 'tare .alil: encl e
! envi .iie. XaDttrf, Bui 52,
pj" x I.1 "'AN (,n chat'el tsxrtsairea.
.I'm iinK wiry, and a 'lank-lex
. j ,V . i. 1'iU ecui:d aveuii. -tf
rz -, -i'-'it "r inv:i-cr in hooks;
I " ni.t Jtlil per uioutu. Ad
, ,i. "... ' '- E-ibth avenue. 49 3t
N--n -A A - ,vl sIemcn to take orders
.'( ir.rt a:id ornatnei.Tiil tree.
, i. " r -;ir..l- ere. No experience
., ii.r rcir-c- required. Utlul) PAY.
'.it " rKEMA CO., Rochester.
T7t-v. ;ersnis who cook and hake lo
;!,, h. ('...ikiiiL' Stove in the world;
. : : fi:. : i-1- u rui. in per oen:. d;s
aV:"!. oru r. "r one-baif witti order,
. ri .t.v- At fbed Cole?. 'tie. Mvrtie
. U-,..J S V. " "11
STEH U.EME AND AGENTS If
a-. if. r:" : e..; rum isser. Slay w cere
tn: wn'v :i' otKe for the agency of my
eit H .'i';n2 d Iron. Exper cuced men
avv. ik; new beginners mke
'j , N th-r household arttce
apj ?-nd ftr pirt:ralir. fflm
t ii. t "e, Box -''. Cine unt , .
LE"' HoX OR WAhDROPE
,.j ; I "Jtue hy day and a pei
. u v-'11 e u P"1 away as uitich
,.',,t: : :i:ti a-in the average ward
G :i- tr.rt e artieii for the "price of
t-,f i's.'" tor pack'ns or Fk;iiiti
;ir. 1 : t . i-'f. wife of tiie celebrated
!. m.'e- nre vt-rv me-.
. l tl: rji'iiie. I4;
.k ttrooatelle, al
Myr'ii' nvciiuc, Urii:-U
earance Sale !
brio-as to Ivetory July 15.
-gains ia Every Line.
ctures and Frames
f'?ril a'.enf. ia tltit wo:lt.
:ctn- lower thaa usual.
ft: ; and -ccure first cbolce.
R. CRAMPTON & CO.
TjiV'""'' 0,he1, Ime-tned na well
r-reiusamnce Companiei he following:
fc .i VaLli Co- Rochester, H. T.
'..I wC S.ew S iTen, Conn.
ev-or. I9:h St., and Second Ave.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
" a-id Tlmf-tde. Cooal
gjB PROMPTLY PAD.
Hlo- an. -ii,,,, r
rety on Bonds
t i h... - .t wil0 de-ire to avoid .L.- .
f.r VV(J - I new Tnrt i i 1Ai'
n lu UnS""' wop of tb rvnrU
PPiy to"or mP -! tDf?
THE CAMIV MEETING.
rrasriMis of the Mtrt.Mtut Uatherioc
Camp Meetino Rnnrvn ti...i.
Gkovb, Aug. 20-Tbe camp meennji
pruBrBr who every prospect of a sue
' iae services are
more largely attended than for years
The opfim sermon wag by Presiding
Elder M. A Heart, who spoke from
""u" io.io. an I the spirit of the
meeiing wa all that cou'd be expected.
The heavy rains in the city did not ex
tend out this far 1 be bible reading ser
vice ws led by Rev John Giiiison and
J. C. Davis, of lllitoisCity. After din
ner Mis9 Gleaeon, of Eewanee. took
charge of the children's meetinir. which
was well attended f r the first one. The
afternoon sermon w is by Rev M. M Mc
Creifiht. of Milan.
The licensure meetine led by District
"ueu umnnnifp, or Oeneseo, was
truly a season of consecration.
Load after Iwad of goods have been
rolhce into camp all day and tomorrow
is looked forward t- with full hope.
Cbtplain McCbe, of New York, is here
Rev D. McClesh. r,f Neponsel. preachtd
in ihe evening, and the tide rises as the
meeting progresses .
Toe ftllowinj ministers are already oa
Rkvs. M. A. Head. G. V a ip Hf.
Brink. W. R. Carr. M. M MciVcii.iii. R
S. Grettson. D. Mr.f!lcBh .Tnhn l,ni n
B Sennaker, John G msoa, T. C. Di'vis.
Vf. There I 9turh In a .am.
The Moline Republican-Journal de
votes considerable of its valuable sace
to an overhauline; of The Augcs for its
article ( ( Wtdnes-day eveni tig with refer
ence to the attitude cf the city of Mo'.inc,
toward the street railway syndicate
because it had dropp. d the name Moline
in the consolidated liaes, and the Moline
pnper cinno: resist the temptation of
heading its article by blackguarding Tiie
Argus. TUi9 paper made no criticism
of Moline for manifes'ing its appreciation
of the advantage there is in a cilv9 name
identified with that tf a railroad even
to a street railroad. On the contrary it
stated repeatedly that Moline was not to
blame for its pesition. Most assuredly
Rock Island would kijk if it were to lose
the prominence it obttins through having
a railroad bearing its name. There 19 no
diflerence of opinion between the two
cities on this point of realizing tLe ad
vautt;e there is in having a railroad
named aft?r a ciy. The Abous
in its article alljded to, merely
recalled some lost opportunities of both
Rock Island and Davenport in losing such
advantages by having railroads bearing
their names absorbed by other roitis, just
as the Moline & Rock Island and Uioa
lines were swallowed by the Davenport
fe Rock Island, and also deprecated the
fact that Moline slnulj manifest its dis
approval of the ay ndka'e's course in a
spirit of yindictivenese, the purpose of
which was to embarrass the syndicate in
its financial operations The point made
was that a corporation doing as much for
Moline as the syndicate is should be en
couraged rather than antagonized, no
matter what its name, and The Abocs
does not recede an iota from that position.
Moline, let The Arc cs reassert, is not
to blame for sticking out that there is
everything in having a railroad named
after a town, and it mi.y be further said
that Moline'it rights an i advantages will
not be advanced as they should be by any
such spiteful, bulldcz ng and malicious
tactics as those employed by the Republican-Journal.
The Abc.us, out of tie abundance of its
kindiy feeling toward Koline has only the
hope to advance that it will realize the
advantages it seeks in Laving a railroad -if
only a street railroad named after it,
but it will be the conservative thinking
men of the population who win such an
end, and who are not represented by the
ood Hrhcme for Woodmen.
The second annual pit nic and logrolling
of the Woodmen Camps of Central
Illinois, compriiing about 100 camps of
that crder. was held at Riverside park,
near Havana, Tuesday and Wednesday.
The gathering of woodcraft was called
for two days. Aug, IS and 19. At an
early hour Tuesday trains from all direc
tions began to arrive, bringing large num
bers of members of the craft, their
families and friends. A fair estimate
would place the number present each day
at about 5,000. Here U a splendid sug
gestion for Rock Island and Moline, in
both of which cities the Woodmen are a
strong organization. Why not have a
county Woodmen picnic this fall for that
lleth of a Old Metller.
Stephen H. Ricbardscn, one of the old
settlers of Rock Island county, died at
the home of bis son, E.C. Richardson, of
Mill town. South Dakota, Aug. 12, aged
82 years, 3 months and 18 days. Mr.
Richardson was born in .few Haven,
Conn., and at 18 years of age went to
Michigan. From there he came to Pleas
ant Valley, in this county, in 1836, net
tling on a faim, and resided there till
18C5, when be removed to Henry county,
and from there in 1884toMilltown, where
he died. He will be remembered by all
the old settlers of this section who will
regret to hear of his deal h. His wife died
in Henry county in 1871.
The only corrplexion powder in the
world that is without vulgarity, without
injury to the user and without doubt a
purifier, is Pozzoni's,
J. E. Montrose, Manager.
SATURDAY, AUG. 22d.
The Hit of the Season j
Callender Hyers Sisters Co.,
MinUreUy, Bnrlesune and Farce Comedy
combined in an Onjriual. New, Br ght
Tie Darkies' Dream,
-Capeciatlsr written and adapted for this Company,
"r.. '-K'1"1 running, nne uaricing,
New and Novel Specialties, Funny sana
tions. Magnificent Costumes and Beau
tiful Scenic Etlect?.
Callcrirter s FnTAna mlr TT .......
im prauc a uiy oe'wreu 11 aid 12 o'clock.
PRICES 15, 611 and T5 cents; Beats on talc at
An nol"e rnarniany Thursday. Aufj. Suih.
All under the Immediate snucrvision and mar.
gement of Mr chas. Cal ender, fouuder and
ir.ipnetorof Calender's famous Georgia Niu
Relating to Private Sewer.
B'u J'!l"tl bV "' ( Council of Hit City of
s-ECTios I. Thai Porter Skinner. George Wa -ner
and ihe.r asocia'e ha and tncy a-e hereby
authorized and empowered to construct aud
ruaitiuin and repaira' their. ole expense, a pri
vate sewer of tw. Itk (p.!) ica pipe of good glaz
ed tile to run as follows:
Beninniiig at a point on the south lUe of Fifth
avenne, one hundred arid twenty (1)( west o' the
west line of Tbttty-nr-t street and running th-nce
a distance of eleven hundred snd iwemy ill)
feet alons said sou h eieof rtrui aveuua to con
nect with a viaduct.
Si c. 2. The said named parties antl their as-o-cii.ie,
their hirs and assign shall have exclu
sive control of stid sewer and sh ill cou-truct and
repair the same under the direction of the street
aim all. y committee of said city : I'rovi.'ed, that
the sa:d city retains the privib ce, at any time, by
act of tbe city coin.cil to declare said sewer a pub
lic ewer, in which ca.e said city shall p.iy to the
parties then owninu said sewer, the appraised
valuation of said sewer at the time the same shall
tie declared a public n-wer. such valuitiou to bj
fixed by tb.ee pi.rn.ns. o:ie of w em shall be se
lected ty said parties, one by the city council and
tse third to be selected by the other two.
Sec. S. I he said parties and their astociates or
their ho rs or assign- shall npan thucmipcion
or said sewer, deposit with the city clerk an item
ized written statement of the ccst of the con
8t c. 4. So person or persons shall be permit
ted lo connect with said sewer for any purpose
whatever or to flow therein any liquid or other
matter without tir-t pavjtjg to 'he city clerk hiaor
the. r equitable prop .r.ion of the cost of the inn
strnction ibertof np to the date of such connec
tion, the amount so paid to be divided between
tie then owner of said sewer, in proportion to the
amounts originally paid by the ji respectively for
the construction thereof .
Sec. S. Whoever shall violate the provisions of
tt-i-. ordinance shall be liable and subject to a fine
of not le-s than ten nor more than tifty dollars
l-assed Aug. 3. 1S91.
Appro vi :
Attest: WILLIAM MeCONOCHIE,
Robert lioKm.an, Mayor
STATE OF ILLINOIS, 1
Rock Ihukd Countt. f
In ih circuit couit at the Septenuler term. A.
P., 1MS1. In Chine, ry. Bi.l for specific performance.
Ma ison E. Writrbt vs. Naomi L, Tavenport. Cath
erine unn, iicnry i:. uaveuport, -beuzer
c. Iavenp: rt Joseph L. Davenport, Thomas J.
Robinson, Piederick Weyerbauser, and John
To the abt'Ve named defendants Naomi L. Dav
enport, Catherine Davenoort, HinrvC Daven
port, Ehenaer C Davvnport and Joseph L. Dav
port. Affidavit of yonr non-residence having been
flted in the efflce of ibe clerk of said court, notice
is berebv fciver. to you that the aoove u.iined com
plainant has this day filed in said cou.t bis bill of
comp'aint against yon on tbe chant ery side of
said court and that a snmmons in chancery has
is ji-u auaiusi you, reiurnaoie lo tne next
term ol said mrcu t court to be bernn and hoM..n
at tbe court house in the c ty of Kock Island, in
said county on tbe first Monday of September, A
I.. 18I, at wnich liine and place on will appear
and plead, answer or demur to s .id bill of com
plain', if you see tit.
kock island, n., July S3. A. D , IsKl.
GEORGE W. GAHRLE.
Clerk of u'll r'nurt
SwEENtT- Wai keb. Sol's forOomplt
By virtue of an order and decree of the county
onrt of Koolt Island conr.CT. Illinois, mads on the
petition of the undersigned. Catherine E. Far 'II
administratis of the estate of Wm F aire 11 de
cecsed, for leave to sell real estate, of said de
ceased, at the Jn'y term. A. D. lbl. of said court,
to-wit: On ihe-Jtst day of July, 1891. I shall on
the 21st day of Animst neat, between the hours of
ten o'clock in the forenoon and live o'clock in tbe
afternoon of said day. sell for cash down, at public
sale, inclndlng widow's dower acd homestead, at
the north door of tbe court house, in the city of
noca isai u, co -my oi nocR istaua, state or Illi
nois, the real estate described as follows, to-wit:
Lots eleven (111 and twelve (IS), in the northwest
)a. of tbe southwest ii. of section three 13. town
ship seventeen (I") north rauire two (2). west of
the fourth (4) principal tnoridian according to as
sessor's pla on file fir 18 0, situated in the county
of Rock i Bland, sta'e of Illinois.
Dated this-!nd day of Julv. 1S9I.
CATHKHINB E. FARRELL.
AdmintstTAtrix of the estate ol Wm. Farrell, de
Cick Headache and relieve all tbe troubled lDCf
Cent to a bilious state of the system, such a4
li7ziness, Kausca, Drowsiness. Distress after
eating. Pain in the Bide, ka. While their moat
xoniaEkato auoceas baa been shown in
Beaflachak ynt Carter's Little Llvor Pilll are
equally valnable in Coustipation, curing aud pro.
venting thisannoyingeomplaiut.wbile tb ey also
correct all disorders of theatoinachUnralate Uus
livarandiug late the bowela. Svenit thcjO if
( Acbs they wtmld boalxaart prloel en to trie e TH
Baiter fromthi sdt mtresaingoompUint; butforta
X tely tbx goodsee does noen d beraand tboso
whoonca try tttam will And ttMae little puis valar
abllnBOmaiiy ways that they will not ba wit
ling to do without thorn. Bat after aUaickbead
Is the bane of so many live that her ia whars
we make our gnat Meat, unrpuutcunuwiuie
m HrA An not.
t Cartjsr's itUa Llrer Pilla are vary small and
very easy to take. One or two pills makes doaa.
They are strictly vegetable and do nov gripe or
purge, bat by Uieir gentle actios please all wha
oaetham. In vials at 25 cents ! five for $L Sold
by druggists everywhare, or Beat by mail.
CARTER UTEDICIN- CO New York.
SMALL PU L SMALL DOSE. SMALL PR1CT
The Great French Bemedy for SauureaaioBs
and Monthly Irregularities.
Ladies tiee e unc i renoaicai rui, or raria,
France: guaranteed to accomplish all that ia
claimed for them. To be need monthly for troubles
K collar to women. Jrnll direction with each
x. Sti net box or three boxes for CS. Americas
Pul Co., royalty proprietors. Spencer, Iowa. The
reamnepiu oMaiaedor uttoitDdert, lm street.
Bock Island, Jappe C., Oaveapart, and of all
irwglstt. ... aiiadw
-HA.8 DECIDED TO SELL OUT HI3-
On that Account Our whole Stock of
lug, Hats ail
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Fas 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.
That two thirds of Your Time
Is Spent In Your Shoes?
- T3HIEKr -
Why not wear Comfortable Shoes?
Why not wear Good Fitting Shoes?
Why not wear the Best Make of Shoes?
Why not wear Serviceable Shoes?
Why not wear the Latest Style Shoes?
All these advantages can be obtained at the
OLD RELIABLE SHOE HOUSE,
CARSE & CO.,
1622 Second Avenue
' ImMrta a. MUkMttruwtrNrf to the aJttBu Afr
I . U nimniea. fjreokim and dimwlormUons. For
I !? ttj ait iirtrcaK drucrfrtt-i, or tzuoied for 8t ct.
) WW Salt!
VALELTIIE'S 5P rBd
school, or e73."rvU'
IS-11 Jala TO-, wia.
J. T. DIXOJNT,
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue