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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY. JULY 14, 1891
ZZZr7IIxt Dr. I LOCAL NOTtCEH. LEBAL. T '
. " T tVi it Dr.
Th& Rey will
SCaaraTe more liable.
curC t Vvcll tln. those- who
it;lU tn be one of
,!:;;E' believe.. here's
? o?S5 to Ml. your
'J-l! ..C c rrmedv can t
Vb long stanctos; your
nr the Worlds
1 re ir.uR.-i .
n:sina'-V Medical uw.v
Sfof Bu&lo. N.Y. They're
:,o-vn to every newspaper
the lana, ana ou
,.n that their words
' as their bond.
Ccn ri-ht. The first stage
U topurity the system. ou
L't'varit to build on a wrong
Ration, when you're build
U for health. And dont
s'iock the stomach with harsh
r'.'-.nv.r.f Use the milder
You wind your watc.i once
a cav. Your liver and bowels
Jould act as regularly. If
;;-Lv .) net, use i XVj'.
"'- is Pr. Pierce's
r:.aar.t Pellets. One a dose.
X-auT RenTExehaase an d Miscei
...em, wants inserted one .lay at lc
re- word: three clays at iic per- word
0.ie week at he per word.
'"Simanor.s wanted" and local "Help"
wsVts r."t exceeding three lines in
wrt'ed one wet-H i:t the DAILY ARGUS
..i ; p.ti at tlii- St. James .Ho
!,ie ill) stair'. No. 8101'
r -.'i-iiera; In usework at
- !l- l-:".
tt 'TE 'J- lis tUM'k;er; call at
II" iNTI.H p"-':i-"i hv "aiif m: n in store:
Vl ynt eiprrieiic iiis'atmnerv store : best
.-. - I-:!! .td'i'e-s X. V. !.. ''.: offlee
iiATEIl A rn..'l -T'on? woms? a second
S 4 :i J. J. riyi.u'- r,'t:iur:tir, 3045 Kiflh
en it: - ni to right party.
MjNE To ljiAS'-i'n rh.n r. mnrttraires,
wjicrs. diamond-, j 'we'.ry. at d all articles
j:v:i!r.e. J. V.j.ne, 1H Second avenue. S-tf
&ENKKAL Ai'.SST Kr-difs. tr Reed's
V.i.kei P:iraii Vi:i Whiipernoiii-. niHket t-I-.
Olir ,T!lll to inns (1't.TttIH't' H'rvj('., ; tnwl sells
:' KoiiEUT K. Vi ri"i'.:( K. tivLer .l agent. VH
k tiLaiecnc. Pi.t'Our;!!. Pa. 2!
AT ELM STREET GABDEN8,
THURSDAY. JULY 23, 1891,
A: j. m. given by
Prof. Otto's Military Band,
S" PIECES JO
?'ri-ftCarsd:ivr. l. Garden.
i Grampton & Co.,
Previous to Inventory July 15.
Bargains in Every Line.
Pictures and Frames
(. !'- our fpe;ial attention this woek. Pricci
",. . 1"'.r c'-""' low er than usuui.
rt.y and secure first choit e.
H. CKA1,IPTC'N & CO.
200-0r ana Upward
f r nie. m... .
Sd" ieorXran',uaM7' coiiectd
E- . HUB3T,
--"Attobsst at Law
ROCK Island, ILL.
Clearance Sale !
I I ' 1
Oce dish of Krell & Math's ice cream
braces jou right up this hot weather.
The 6oet and fcweetcst line of French
candies just received at Krell & Math's.
The Crown dining room serves a better
meal for 25 cents than any other place
in the city.
Order brick ice cream at Krell &
Math'e. Three kinds in each brick, easily
Trv our orange ice and then pass your
opinion on it. W e make it extra rich
aDd fine, usin? nothing but the fruit
juice, Krell s Math s ice cream parlor.
The soft glow of the tea ro e is ac
quired b? ladies who use Pozzooi's Com-
IS THE NAM! OF THE FSOPHET,
fijf! cry the vendors of the fruit in Constanti
nople. Certainly a "great cry over a little wool."
Scarcely less foolish is the practice of those who
llytollent physicln; for coetiveaess. They
dose themselves violently weaken their bowels by
so doing, anuaisao.e tnem from acting reeularlv.
so that, verily, the last condition of such people
is worse than the fln-t. Hostetter's Stomach Bit
ters is the afe and effective substitute for such
vast expedients, for it is by no means expedient
to use them, what is needed is a gentle but
thorough laxative, which not onlv insnri-a ortinn
ofihe bowels without piin or weakening- effects.
wniru .iwi p'uiwc uvnitQir secretion ana now
of hite into its Droier rh.nnpl ni-Bium.ia nu
bility, kidney comi litnts, rheumatism and ma
laria trive in to tne miters.
Eiok Ecatlache and relieve all tho trouble fnsSi
aetit to a liilioaa state of the systom, suoh &3
IlzilKss, Isatuea, Browsin&ts, Ijistress after
eating, l'ain in the Bido, &c tVhilo thuirmoet
Toniarkol-le success has been ohown iu cdiiicj
Hearlache. yet CortaV'a Litflo Liver THIS era
equally v.fluablo in Consii potion, curing aud pre
Toiitiug tlnaaaac.v:n(;coLiiplaiat,"wl.lo tlieyula
Jivit and regulate the bowels, liven it" they only
Aclietliey wonldbo almost pricelesato those wi9
eu.'er from this distressing complaint; butforta
xat&ly thcirp vKxinesHdKw notend hero, aud thosa
whoencetry thctn will find tbHae little pnlavul'i
r.ble in so many ways that they will not bo w.I
licg to do without them. But after nUsickhoat
Is the bane of so many lives that hern lit where,
'enakeoargre&tbouat. Oar pills cure it whiis
ethers do not.
Carter's Little Liver Pills are very small and
very euj to take. One or two pills nikea doao.
They are strictly vegetable aud do not grtps or
yurpo, bntby their gctitlu action iduoall wbi
Ueethem. In Vialsat 25crnt8 ; five for L Sold
by druiaU bvurywiuiru, or aui.t by m.'.it.
CARTER MEDICINE CO., New York.
SMALL PU L. SHALL DOSE. SMALL PB1K
Of 250 head of street car hordes and
mules, weighing from 1,000 to 1,400
lbs., sale to be held at Lorton
WEDNESDAY, JULY 22.
Commencing at 9 o'c ock a. m., and continuing
nn il all are sold (sale on account of the company
putting In electricity). Horses are sound, young
aud in good condition, and many of them are good
family or livery horses. For particulars c all or
addrvss Henry Schnitger. supt , or lorton liro .,
G. W. HCRLBERT, Trets
Or I to Llfioor Hal It lSMiHrl. 4 urfMl
by aMlminlierln lr. IIjUdw
It la manufaorured m a powder, which can bp ffix-rn
1:1 a ffiaUs of baer. a eup of cotlee or tea, or in loc
without the knowlecifirp of the patient. I; im absciutely
harmleaa, and will efTeet a permanent and pefldy
cur, wnether the patient is a moderate drinker o.
nn alcoholic wreck It haa been ffiven in thousands
of caee, and in every instance a prrlect cure has id
lowed It never KmII. Tbeaytem onoe linprrffrnt.
rt with the Specincit beoomoau utter impoaMiouity
Icr the liauor appetite to exist.
VOLIE M'f CII It O.. -Wole Iroprio1or.
48 page book of particulars fi je. To be bad or
For pale by Mart hall & Flfber and T. II. Thom
Iifhll.l t lrl llinttueh I.V
Inc. tniHiHttuii I arrant nf K.ftrintr s1 Wf.AU
PAKTS. r.-n.irn.e if.enno lit .U.i'H anl vil.uiii. :s I ilK.f. i.
Kttrie 4 nrrnt Iittnilw ; v.- L.r.ti' J ' iu fnah.
tiKt.Tiwrt '.im rnrr s..ttllt U. W ufr ft. m
Saonlli Lif-.: in -.crt-c .u-atl.-.. tr a. 1 Piiei ;lii- t !"-.
A AGENCY or
A pamt) tlrt of Information and so- If,
inw.7 u ioe wws.atlowiriK flow to'
aveat ., Trade..
&S4ftf.$ al H OF.DIEFFENBACH'S
SURE CURE r.- SEWIhAl, KUVJUJ
(JPIKAIT TnOUBlES 0UNfc.
TAIHTY OR DISAPPOINTMENT, ii-tl-
ely rllv. tb it unit e,p in tour
.ud t'rinnnntlv euiiti lutid.vh. ldilaia
treatraeatoa trial Kt warn ml! rir t. C!reni.r tire.
THE PERU DRUC CO.,
Soleagt. fort tin TJ.R 1 8ft WIS. ST.. ISilWAUfcEE. WI5.
The iireat Krencu Uemeay for bappreseione
and Monthly Irregularities.
Ladies Use Le Due's Periodical PUl. o Paris,
France; guaranteed to accomplish all that is
claimed for them. To be need monthly tor troubles
peculiar to women. Fall directions with each
box. tl per box or three boxes for tS. American
Pill Co., royaltv proprietors. Spencer. Iowa. The
fenninepill obtained of OttoRndert, Elm street.
Lock Island, Jappe Co., Davenport, and of all
it . ,,iiLMin riimiii. cbwa. t rx-
V5V Mart. tiopj-nnhts, serir' r.,ivi)
Vx"" WIUMN A. CO.JT"'
p. NVw York. 'j2V
KTlTIoN TO BELL HEAL ESTATE.
8TaTE OP ILLINOIS. I.
kocK Island 'outt (
County Court of Hoca Island Connty, to the Jnty
Term. A. D . lH'.U.
Chsries H Kent, executor of tne last will and
testament of William L Cook, deceased. s.
Warfare H.Cook, F.Hjah b'. Ccok, Emma L.
Kolff, Catherine W. Hislev, Jnlta M Ash, Nel
lie rreueh, .lesfie J Took, William L.. Cook,
Kreoenck s. Couk, Charles U. Cook, Emma
Mi ler, Emm hln, Alice Mason. '1 h imas W.
Orafton.Jobn Aster and John H. Tavlor-PeU-
tion to sell real estate to pay debts
Affidavit of the non-res de-.ee of John n. Tay
lor, bhj h b. Cook, Emma L Ko ff, Catherine W.
Kisley, Julia M Ash. Nellie French, Jessie J
Cook, William L Cook. Frederick s. Cook,
Charles H. ook, Er ma Miller. Emma Thing ai.d
Alice Mason, defendants above named, having
been fllea in the office of the clerk of the connty
court of Kock Island county, notice is hereby
given to thf ta d John H Tavl..r, - lti-.li B. Cook.
K-mmaL. Rolff, Catherine W. Ri-ley, Julia M.
Ash. ellie trench. Jessie J. Cook, WW iam L.
toi.k. Fnderick s. l ook, i.barles H. ook. kmma
Miller, knima lhir.r and Alice Mason, that the
said plaint if. Char es H. Ken', execut r of the
last will and testament of William L. Cook, de
cea'ed. has filed hl petition in the said conntv
court of Kock Island county for an order to sell
the premises belo ging to the isiata of said de
ceased, or so m ch ,.f it as may be needed to I ay
tl.e deo.s of at.id deceased, and desoribed as fol
That certain tract of land commencln e one hun
dred and twenty-seven and oae-half (17(4' feet
south from the i.orti.west corner tf lot uumber
one (I i, in Mock nntuoer twn (2, in Charles
Bnford's addi;lon to the city of Rock Island, on
what was formerly a nown as Washington Btieet,
and running thence east pnra'lel with what was
formerly known as Green srreet one hu-dred and
seventy iirut feet to what was formerly known as
Cherry stieet. thence south forty-four (441 feet,
thence wee oue huunred and .evenly (170) feet
to sail Washington street, theme north with said
Washington stteet to the place . f beinuiLg, sit
tiated in ihe counry of Rin k Isla'd and e ate of
II. mots, and that a summons has been issueu out
of said ioiiit anains' you. retiiruaole a' the July
tetm, A. I. of said court, to be lioldeu on the
first Mm. day of Ju'v, A. D.. 1SM, at the court
house in tiie city t Rock Island in Rock Island
county, II iLole.
Now. mile. syon,thesa'd John H. ay or, El'jah
B. C ok, Emma L. Ril(T, Ctlherlr.e W. Hi ley,
Julia M. A-h, Nellie French, Jessie J. Co,)k. Wil
lian L. C.s.k, Frederick S Conk, Charles H. Cook.
Emma Miller, fcmma Ihinir and Alice Mason
shall persoi ally be and appear hi fore said countv
conn of Kock la and county and plea'i, ant.tr or
demur to the sa d couipainanl's petti ion filed
h.-rein as required by lmv, the same and the mat
ters BLd tiiinas thereiu ctiari:ed aud staled will be
taken as confessed, aud a decree emend against
you seeormnii to tbe prater of saiu bill
K:'ck lsirtnil. Ill , Jun 24, lSii.
Jackson A. HfRsT. HJA1.MAR KOHLER,
t'omiilainam'g Solicitors. Clerk o! saidConrt.
Notice to Contractors.
Scaled proposals will be received at the city
clerk's office, t ock .s ami. Il' , uuiil ii o'c oi k p.
m., M. nday, Auiiust 3 1S91, for ousi.ncti g the
;n provement orde ed hy nn orilnai.ee ert.ted.
' Ar ordinance (or the enn.trueiior, .t a sewer ou
Nimn .li eel trom th- c nu r i.t the al ey between
rust ana hect.nd aveiuts o cout eci wim the
mr.iu sewer on r il'h avenue w, h larernl otancbes
in tie -hesr.cd hetwe, n Fist and Second, Sec
ond aud Th rd uiid s'ourh avetiuej. restect ve v"
and ami in. mem thereto psssea Ma S, lSnO. Sep
tember ll. It 11 '. r sectively.
Plans hud st'Ocirjcat oi.s for siid iaiprovemect
on tie in tte citv cleik's ottiee.
All bui- niusi he ac onit'.iuied w ith a reitifled
ch ck in tue sum of Hm as a guarantee that ?f ihe
bid is acce. t-iu a rontnet w ih heetut red into and
1 ue city reseivis tLc ri;ht to reject any aLd all
Keck Island. Ill ,.Tnlv 11. lsftl.
RDBtKT KofcHi-ER. f i:y Clerk.
Of Davenport & Rock Island Street
Railway Company for right of W9y.
Public notice is hereby given to all persons in
terested, that at a meeting i f the cii council of
the city of Kock Isl.nd. to ne neld at ie city
rout.cfl ronm on the i h (lay of July. A. 1)., 1S'.1,
the nndersitmed I'avrn; or; & Kock Is and street
Kni'.wny rotnpnt y will present to said cty council
a petition ask'ttg for the pisi-a e of an ordinance
erantitic to It tue r'.i'ht to build, maintain and
operate for a period of to eutv years, a sit.ele or
double track railway, for running thereon by elec
tric power, cars for the transponatiin of passen
gers along t"e loiiuwing route in aaiu city : Com
mercing on the i ortu line of Fifth it) avenne on
Nineteenth (19) street, thence south on Nineteenth
( Idi street to Six b 161 avenue to the tast line of
Twenty-first (ii) .tree .
Rock Island. Ill . JalyT. 1391.
DAVE PORT i KOCK ISLAND STREET
XE0UT0R S NOTICE,
Estate of Sarah B. Cobb, Deceased.
The undersigned, having neen appointed ex
ecutor of the last w, 11 and testament of Sarah U.
Cohb, late of the county of Kock Island, state of
Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice that he will
appear before the county court of Rock Inland
county, at the office of tue clerk of said court, in
the city cf Rock Island, atthe September term. on
the First Monday in September next, at which time
all jrons having claims against said estate are
notified and requested to attend for the purpose of
bavini; the same adjusted. All persons indebted
to said estate are requested to make immediate
pavment to the undersigned.
Dated this 7th day of Julv. A D., ls.91.
PHIL MI'iTHELi . r xecutor.
Estate of Eilen Bresnahan, Deceased.
The nndersitmed having been a pointed admin
istrator, with the ill annex, d of the estate of
Ellen t risnahan, lateof the connty of Rock Isl
and, state of Illinois deceased, hereby gives notice
that he will appear before the conntv court of
Rock Island county, at the office of the clerk of
said court, iu the city of Rock Island, at the
Aucust term, on the first Monday in August next,
atwhicn time all persons having claims airaiust
said estate are notified and requested to attend,
for the purpose of having the same adjusted. All
persons indebted to said estate are requested to
make irrmeoiate navment to the undersigned.
Dated this lrtth day of June. A. D., 18S-1.
J. R. JuHNsTON'. Administrator. "C.T. A,"
JyoxiCE to Contractors.
Sealed piojosals wiil be received at tVe city
rler.'s office. Rock Inland. Ill, until Monday,
AcgnstX.l (II. M tin' Mock p m., fns C'lnitructiuir
the imt rovexeni o dc red t i n ordinance of earn
city, passed April i. li!. entiiled. An ordi
nance or tha i-mi'ovement of Seventieth street
fro a. the south lino of Second avenue to the north
line of Third avenue.
PNusindB education for said improvement
on file In the city clerk's office
Ail hius must be rncompauied with a certified
check In the enn of $5 0 a a mar.ntee thit if ti e
bid is . ccepted thai a contract will be nte ed in
to aud the i.erformi noe of It p-opetly secured.
Blank bids will be luriahed ou application at the
oitv clerk's office.
'i he city res. r.es the right to reject any and all
Kock Island. 111., Jul U, 1191.
KOB&KT KOEHLBR, Citv clerk.
otice to Contractors.
Sealed proposals will be received at the city
clerk's office. Meet Island. 111., until 6 o clock p.
m., Mondav, July xl, IBM, for the plankirg of
bridge Ko. 1 ana No. S oer Kock liver near 8ar
town. and a so to paint the snpertructure of
tridgc No 8. with one coat of mineral paint.
Also to repair and alter toll gate at the toll
Plans and specification can be seen on file at
the city clerk's office.
Bids n.ust be separate on wora stveifled herein.
The cry reserves the right to rejectauy and all
Rocklslund, 11'.. July 11, 1F1.
ROBERT KOEULEB. City Clork.
pKTlTIoN TO BELL HE&L ESTATE. If""" ' B
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 that line sufficient.
1 mtsr ImiMirta .iTi.Uu.ui traiitpu:uv to the akin. R
I moTts ail piniplfs. irvKi siud iaicoloratlons For
9 I sai? by m tiret-t-Iia Oruirfrrts, or nuaied fur 60 etc.
IfilCITlHC'C Teaches its stuoents a
lALtLltnC d trade an- then starts
cntrnnr nv them in rllroa service,
BUHOUL Bend for circulars.
1CI rCDRDUV V VALENTINE BROS..
ItLCDnArnl M-UJairuviixB. Wll
-HAS DECIDED TO SELL OUT HIS-
115 and 117 West Second Street, DAVENPORT IA.
J. T. DIXOJST,
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenne.
1622 Second Avenue