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THE AKGUB. S AT UBDAY, APltIL 4. 1891.
27i timing point
in woman's life brings peculiar
weaknesses and ailrients. Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription
brings relief and cure. It is a
powerful, invigorating, restorative
tonic and nervine. It imparts
strength to the whole system in
general, and to the uterine organs
and appendages in particular.
"Run-down," debilitated and deli
cate women need it. It's a legiti
mate medicine purely vegetable,
perfectly harmless. It's guaranteed
to give satisfaction in every case, or
money refunded. Nothing else does
as much. You only pay for the
good you get. Can you ask more ?
As a regulator and promoter of
functional action, at that critical
period of change frori girlhood to
womaniiooa, j?avor.ie x-rescnp-tion"
is a perfectly safe remedial
agent, and can produce only good
results. It is equally !fficacious and
valuable in it3 effects when taken
for those disorders ind derange
ments incident to that later and
most critical period, k lown as " The
Change of Life.'
on rutins even
Chicago, Minneapolis and St. Paul
Via the Famoas Albert Lea Route.
jjfet. Louis, Minneapol's and St. Paul
Via St. Loui6. Minneapolis & St Paul Short Line.
, 'Through Sleepersand Chair Cars
KANSAS CITY, MINNEAPOLIS AND 7. PAUL,
PEORIA, CEDAR RAPIDS AND SIOUX FALLS, DAX.
Via the Famous Albert Lea Route.
tu r- euo-i-i imt
. '.IP TO
S i PI.R ITL A K EgTf
. The Great Iowa Summer Resort.
Tat Hallway and Hotel Kates, IVscriptive
- Pamphlets iinil all inform ttinu. address
Ut'ii'l Ticket and l'a.sso iger Agent.
Vo" CHEAP HOMES
On line ot this rnail in No
Southeastern Minnesota and
where drought :nni crop faili
res are unknown.
:' land yet unsold.
For full informa
esof fare, address
in all Pivisions of
umusanus oi cnoice acres o:
Ixx-itl Kxciirsion rates Riven,
tion as to prices of land amine
Gen'l Ticket, and Passenger A
All of the Passenger Trains
tlii.s Kailway are lieatel liy
engine, and the Main Line Pa'
are lighted with the Electric I
Maps. Time Tables, Throncl
formation furnished on appl
Tickets on sale over this ion
TWtnts in the I'nion. and nv
steam from the
, Kates and all In
cation to Agents,
e at all prominent
its Agents, to all
parts of the Cnitcd States an!
9fb'or annoiineinent.s of
! local matters of Interest,
Unai columns of this paper.
0. i. IVES, J. E.
trea't 1 Gen'l Supt. G
please refer to the
m'l Tlrt. t Pass. Agt
WiCQUAlNTEO W!TH THE GEOGRAPHY OF! HIS COUNTRY WILL 0BTW
KfCH VALUABLE INFORMATION FROM A g-UOY OF THIS MAP OF THE
Cicaio, Bock Islasi & Pacilc Bj
, Tlie Direct Boiitt- to nnd from CI icago, Juliet, Otlawa,
Pernio, La Salle, Jlnlin Rock IiLuitl, in ILLINOIS;
BsYenpnrt, Muicatm", Ottnni'ra, Oskalnnaa, Dn
Moinc, Winterset. Amliilwn, Harlan and Council
Blnfls, In IOWA ; Minneapolis and Kt. Paul, in MIN
KESOTA; Walerlown and Sioux Falls, in DAKOTA;
. Cameron, 8t Joseph and Kaunas city, ia SIISSOUEI;
Omnha, Lincoln, Fairhttryuud Ke son, in 'EBnASKA;
Atchison, Leavenworth. Hnrton, Topeka. Hutchinson.
Wichita, Belleville, Abilene, IVxie City, Caldwell, in
KANSAS; Klnfc'tlsht-r. El Kcno and Minci), in INDIAN
, TERRITORY; Iienvcr, Colorado f-priUKS nnd Pueblo,
in COLORADO. Traverses new ireas of rich fanning
uid grazing lands, afl'uniing the best facilities of inter
communication to nil town anii cities cast and west,
northwest nnd southwest of Cliica.o and to Pacific and
' VESTIBULE EXFRZ
Leading nil competitors in npl
nuor f equipment,
between CHICAGO nnd PKS
- BIXFFS and O.MAHA. and he!
recn CHICAGO nnd
DENVER, COLORADO SPRING
S and I'l'EBLO, via
KANSAS CITY and TOIT.KA u:
. First-Class Dnv Coaches, FREE .
CARS, and Palace Sleepers, vdth
Close connections at Denver and (
diverging railway lines, now fo
id via ST. JOSEPH.
Dining Car Service,
olorado Springs with
niing the new and
p STANDARD G.
" TRANS-ROCKY MO UK TAIN ROUTE
1 Over which superbly-equipped trains run daily
. TIIROTOH WITHOI'T CHANI E to and from Salt
Lake City, Ogden and Safi Fra icisco. THE ROCK
ISLAND is also the Direct and Favorite Line to and
J from Slanitoa, Pike's Peak and r 11 other sanitary and
j scenic resortsandcities and ni!nin.;ditrirtin Colorado,
DAILY rAST EXPRSSS TRAINS
From St. Joseph and Kansas City to nnd from all im
portant towns. cities and sectious i l Southern Nebraska,
Kansas and the Indian Territory. Also via ALBERT
LEA ROUTE from Kansas City n Id Chicago to 'Water,
town, 8ioux Falls, MINNEAPOLIS and ST. PAUL,
connections for all points north oi d northwest between
the lake and the Pacific Coast.
For Tickets, Maps, Folders, or desired information
apply to any Coupon Ticket Office In the United States
or Canada, or address
E. ST. JOHN, J OH II SEBASTIAN,
Geol SUnacer, Gen'l TK.4P. AgW
Elect Burrall and Appelquiat supervis
ors next Tuesday.
J. 8. Gilmore returned last night from
tv business trip to Chicago
. D. McCartney ia tbe coming alder
man for tbe Second ward. Vote for him.
Albert LTuesing should be the alder
manselect in the Fourth ward and he
Don't vote for anyone but Martin
Weinberger for alderman in the First
Give Dan Corken a rousing majority
for re-election in the Third ward. He de
Six acres on the bluS with house, cel
lar, well, stable, etc., for sale by George
W. D. Harris.
Elect Alexander McDonald alderman
in tbe Fifth waid. He is the right man
for the place.
A nice residence property in the upper
part of the city, for sale by George W.
A consignment of 10 more cars for the
electric rail way system arrived from 8t.
Louis last night.
Make up your mind to vote for J. R.
Johnston for assessor, and insure a com
petent and fair officer.
Supervisor Heath and L. D. Mudge, of
Bowling township, made Thb Argus a
pleasant call yesterday.
Vote for John Ohlweiler for mayor.
Down the office-holding, public defying
Vote for Ei Burrill, Jr., for collector.
He is the right man for the place and all
can conscientiously support him.
Somon Boehlman. teamster for Stew
art & Montgomery, who has been very
low with the grippe the past few days, is
Harry Fox, a caller at tbe C , R. I. &
P. round house, has been laid up the past
few days with the grippe, and P. J. Cul
ligan is callirg in his stead,
Tom Donahue will get there by a
whooping majority in the Sixth ward.
Vote for him and be with the winners.
Senator Crawford arrived last evening
from Springfield and will spend Sunday
at his home at Taylor Ridge.
On Thursday night a lantern standing
behind the stove in the little
switch shantv near the sem
aphore in the C, R. I. & P. yards,
exploded, and the oil with which the
floor was saturated, igniting the interior
of the shantj was soon enveloped in
flames. Henry Lempfert, a switchman,
seeing the flames inside, threw open the
door, and in so doing had his face badly
scorched with the flames. Otherwise no
ssrious damago resulted.
The Abner Gile passed through the
draw on her first trip up this morning.
The Pauline, neatly painted ia bright
color, passed down this morning. She
will ply in the packet trade below Mus
catine. The Diamond Jo boat to leave St.
Louis next week for the first trip north
ward will be the Libbie Conger. She is
announced to start April 7, for a trip to
Nauvoo, tbe bead of tbe rapids, but tbe
opening of the Keokuk canal yesterday
probably means that the boat will cotne
A Quincy river man tells the Whig that
he does not believe the War Eagle will
ever go into commission again. She is
all gone to pieces, and it would cost more
than she is worth to put her in shape.
Her engines are good, but her hull has
been condemned ever siBce she struck
the Keokuk bridge, eight or nine years
ago, and laid on the bar above Quincy for
two years following. She will probably
be taken to St. Louis and sold to Pele
Manning, who will wreck her, and the
engines will be put into some other boat.
The Verne Swain arrived up last "eve
ning with a good passenger and freight
list. Tbe Verne is indeed a model of
beauty and convenience. She has been
thoroughly overhauled and handsomely
painted from stem to stern during tbe
past winter, and now presents a hand
some and comfortable appearance.
Through tbe courtesy of Capt. John
Streckfus an Age reporter was escorted
about the boat last evening and found
many things to admire which have be en
arranged for the convenience and com
fort of those who patronize tbe
Verne during the comic season
The boat is well equippe with big
easy chairs and camp stools, tbe interior
decorations are handsome and elaborate,
and the new stage adds much to the ap
pearance of tbe little steamer. Occupy
ing a conspicuous place in the ladies'
cabin is a life size portrait of the popular
captain, recently presented him by Clin
ton's leading artist, Gilbert L. Temple.
The genial Fuller Smith handles the wheel
and the courteous and obliging Jerry
Gladhill is on deck as first mate. Will
Knaack, who is well known to the pat
rons of the Verne, is at the clerk's desk
again this year ready to attend to tbe
wants of all and answer questions in his
usual courteous and obliging, manner,
while tbe well known and reliable George
Bake is found on duty as engineer.
CO f Si TV BlllilUSli.
April 1. Andrew Freberg to C J Carl
son, lot 13, block 4, Andrew Freberg's to
Ed King to Ella B Daxon. lot 8, block
1. village of Reynolds. $1,800.
Foster Armstrong to Mary L Arm
strong, w swl, 17. 16. 2w, 100.
David Little by heirs to M A Arm
strong, e awl. and part of awl, 86, 16,
2w. $5,200. -
M Armstron toElizi Quist, nej, 31,
16, 2w. ei.aoo.
Patrick Kennedy to August Mortipr,
part of lot 5, block 2, Brigg's place. Rock
Island, $1,200. r
Lottie E Stevens to H . A. Clementson,
lot 1, block 2. Meese & Holland's addition
to Moline, f 350.
April 2 A E Weinell to Lucinda M
Walker, e of lot 1, block 8, Hulda
Thomas addition to Moline, $1,600.
Allison M Truxill to Lucinda M Walk-,
er. w lot 1, block 8, Hulda Thomas' ad
dition to Moline, $1,700.
G Hock to Raible & Stengel, part of
lot 7. block 23, Chicago addition to Rock
Edgington Cemetery Co. to A E Titter-,
ington. part of block 11, Edgington cem
etery, $20, -
Jacob Scberer to W If Graves part of
lot 5, block 19, Spencer Sc Case's addi
tion to Rock Island. $1,200.
C M Osbora to W H Schillinger. part
of lot 30, Hale'a addition to Rock Island,
Jobn Schwegler to D Behrens, part of
nwl 32, 19, 2e, $2,000.
April 2 Guardianship of minor heirs
of Thomas Witberspoon. - Receipt and
releases of two younger wards filed and
guardian discharged .
Estate of John Metzgar. Bond of
John W. Simonsoo as administrator fi'.e d
and approved and letters issued to him .
Estate of Heqry H. Sears. Appraise
ment bill and widow's award filed and
Milan, April 2. The past few da" nt
pleasant weather are making the farmers
Our agricultural men are at present pre
paring lor a large trade.
Mr. Thatcher, our genial station agent,
has permanently located amoug us, and
is making many friends.
Phil Zahn is building a large addition
to his wareroom to be used for agricul
.1. C. Johnston has moved in the Stone
property and is no doubt comfortably
situated for the next year.
Wallace Morebead has opened a den
tist office ic the rooms vacated by Olm
sted, over Franing's drug store.
Lr. Wiggins anticipates building a
neat little cottage on his vacant lot. It
is hoped many others will be built.
Mr. 8herman, who expected to embark
in tbe lumber and grain business in Iowa,
has given it up and no doubt will remain
The democrat caucus is called for Sat
urday evening to nominate a ticket. A
large number of candidates are in the
McCulloch & Heath have repaired the
store room lately purchased from Darts'
Sons and are preparing to move in a few
The new council was sworn in last
week and no change was made on clerk
or treasurer who have been holding the
same places for some years past.
Col. L. L. Wbeeler is still busily en
gaged with the usual force on tbe Hen
nepin, drafting ana making up estimates.
Work is rapidly progressing.
Mr. Woodburv, of the engineer corps,
has rented the place now occupied by
Mrs. Knowles, and will move in May 1.
Ia a short time Mrs. WoodOury will yisit
friends at Des Moines.
Farmers in general are preparing tor
seeding and the general impression is tbe
season will bring a good crop, a? the
ground is in good condition.
t Rev. Kerr has rented Lis residence to
y,T. Moremann, Mr. Stearcs and Mr
Hunter, of tbe engineer corps, as their
headquarters and sleeping apattments.
The Rockford Construction company
closed in works on WednesS&y evening
for the purpose of putting ia new ma
chinery and at tbe same time increasing
the capacity and remodeling their dry
D u solution of Cc-partnsrahip-
The co partnership heretofore existing
between Joseph Scbaab and Joseph Wol
ters under tbe. firm name of Schaab &
Wolters, is this day dissolved by mutual
consent, Mr. Joseph Wolters retiring.
Mr. Scbaab will continue tie business at
tbe old stand and will assume all debts of
the old firm and will collect all dues.
Rock Island, 111 , April 1, 1891.
P. S. Mr. Schaab solicits a contin
uance of the public patronage and will
try and serve them as well in the future
as in the past.
J. E- Montrose, Macapw.
One week, with Saturday Matinee, commencing
MONDAY, APRIL 6th.
Supported by her own
SUPERB DRAMATIC COMPANY,
Acknowledged by the prest and pub'ic to be the
strongest company tlist evr appeared.
Monday night, tUe live act drama, entitled
Admission: lCc.20c and 30c; reseived seats
without extra charee.
Noti Tbe costumes of Lilah Stuart are mar
vels of beauty, and are directly from Worth's of
We have just
tWe invite everybody to
At our old place
r T mAm
Monday, April 6,
A general invitation is extended to the public' to
call and inspect our stock.
We guarantee to give the Best Shoes for Least
Money of any shoe house in this part of the country.
Imuarta a hriUivnt transparency to tbe ski a, A
I moras all DiRiiU-. freckles ami dicolorUort8. For
I sale ty ell flrt-cl;irutrKl ts or uuuleii for CO ct&
Ill Buaia uj
Tn rnninilll ta Thtoaicklvandcoean
I CLCnn AT II I U: Graduate placed in
railway service. Best actool of TelSfrnphy on
earth. 10O young maa. wanted now; oecd
VAIiBXTINS'3 SCHOOL, JanwHle, WU.
received the first shipment of oar
FOR THE EARLY-
Spring1 season of
call and examine them.
The Pioneer Clothier and Hatter,
115 and 117 West Second Street, DAVENPORT, IA.
of business, 1622
full line of Spring
Tiis CJ m acltoowtedgcd
the leading remedy for
Oonorrhon A tilect.
The only ante remrdy for
Learrrhpa or Whites.
I u resent it and feel
safe in recommending il
to all eutforers.
A. i. STONER, M. D
Hold ty lracnrtnUa
Bit K 8 LOU.
may 1e form! on
fila GEO. P.
Btruatr (10 Bpruoe
I treet), wbera atiYex-
aing contract nay
at .C'urea in I
M - M Ug&raaB4 nl to V
-if hum Strietrftt.
I The Emm CHE""fti
new stock of
Rock Island, Ill-
DBS. RUTHERFORD BUTLER,
GRADUATES OF THB ONTARIO VBTSENA
ry college, Vetemary Physicians and Surgeons, .
Office i Tindall'a Livery stable; Residence; Oyer
Asters Bakery, market square.
I SURE CUlt 'or StP'"l,
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nada foe it
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