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The track mnrk of the largest
s stove plant m tne world is at
iron clad guarantee of perfec
S lion a sipi by which the per
I v0-i v. lio has never bought
! stove can do equally as w
the expert. Ask to see them
the Dealers. ThisisthemarU
HUSH'S CORN CURE
ros.tive ure ior corns, Warts and Bunions
TRICE 25 CENTS.
Tl.i- rrmr.lv Is sold under a positive Rnarantee; and we will checr
f;.v r. fund the money if you tire not satisfied with the results.
ir.IUTftu iruiu niiv outer, 11 win allay the TO D instead of mot-ino-
it Mom. It hit tllfn trif.il liv
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Manufactured by MORST VOX KOECKRITZ,
Analytic nnd Manufacturing Pharmacist, Fifth Avennne Tharniacv
.i rin r Fifth avenue and Twenty-third street, Uock Island.
For sale at all shoe stores.
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-' "-ELY'S ClrAJVJ CALrVWlenn.ea t!ie ynnalgSy.. ih1
ii'ittciHIi Ian imm! nllKiiiinntion, II i-nUSSTfJ'l'. fTl
Ithe torra. l:r.toni Tlr mill Mii.il. mill it rr TATARVrS
Is-. jfr. iivr i-ciici hi ninx i.ir t
LSw. lJtttssI-ticrbjaaU, 2XY2UCS.
PainloKsIy, Positively, Perfectly. Per
Wi:hfnt Surgical Ojcration ordctcn
tion from ISusincss.
rw fir 'n'Sttncnt nntl! eorirt. flsrsnen of
''" liMi.lri nn.t'pntion, xtriniirc, FiMun.'i
!Ti ! h nr iicnm',' iiile iwini.ini.utlr cnrwl.
' -t il l ntrvil w'thniH thr no of kutfu.
i -.: r.;;:'vi.U williual pm ut lite
filsuical and Surgical Institute
ANDERSON Jc KOSE.
CONSULTATION IS FREE
' 'i i.in.-ni;, lyraiaiiHl the Krn Uloek.
iKcuKd kwl lltatlx Btracla, IMVcnuort, Iowa.
U. AFFLICTED ACE WELCOME.
I'm. Amlrr.im and ftnc mm ersduata of thr
l nr RHiliraj nillrim of tbi coantry, and
in yr.rv upuiwnca la to tKSUDentof
ATAKICH. TflKOAT A!T LrWOS.
T-J 'irrfnfull trrm Cutarrh, Thrmt and
' t' '. ,,f tba dlmtlv orpkn, dynwp-
". vi tnitn.., conitipaiHiti, chronic diar
rirtRr.T aki rniKAnr
niMr ,h..,., mrnovril.
M.UVIM 8 IMSKASKS.
Th rnnt (TTumnl tt am fro-dHT .d
im:r.tiy curwl Itj our new matliod of treat
l-iilSt Ar-FLKTED OpoolalatutlofirrtTrn
ii. iwraliar to Knaicu. IntJ farllltj
I' ' vfnni-tf fur le Ireatnwnt and ipecdy r
"f "'k e)- of di-iMii.
tricity lu Jsciontlfio Applica
tion. "'hiemthe, a molpo, rniwrfloooa br
'k, tuawra, whim, etc, rcsotnm aw t
Bf.liOl ARI SKIN DI9KASES.
A:' troithi ammt: from nton Mood, acrof
" " "..ma, l .tirr. umi. otcra. etc.
tn hr roiMuluid ronnoniillv by Mtar or olbor
r,, ' I rcuo ftr qumt'on blank. Addrraa
'- ANDlkooN ROaB, Kjaa Muek, Davea
Involves many points be
yond the mere looks of it.
Efficiency, economv. dura
bility and cleanliness all S
demand earnest consider
ation. Jewel Stoves and
Ranges stand every test
eii as v rtKmararw
Yvm n .. t - i .
"" praise ic iiip-niy. v e
Try it. and snfTor n ln
LATEST NOVELTIES IN
CAR BE 8F.KM AT
E. F. DORX,
The New Merchant Tailor.
1822 SECOND AVE
Harper Heme Block
3 New Organs, worth ? 85 $01
1 "135 85
1 115 78
1 Sri-hand Orjran 50 25
" '2ri-hnnd " " S5 W
1 2d-hand Piano 75 V
1 2d-hanri 125 Vt
One Fine Organ, almost new, worth
$100, at 70.
One Good t -octave square piano
One Good Orjran if taken at once,
at f 2J.
1717 Second Ave. Kock Island.
406 Fifteenth Street, Moline.
TnH BATH BODIIS
Baths of all kinds, including
Turkish, nlain. shampoo, elec
tric, electro-thermal, etc., may
li obtained at the Sanitarium
Uath Kooms, on the first floor of
the Harper House.
For Ladies From 9 a. m. to
19 m. on week davs For Gen
tlemen From 6 a. m. to 7:80 a.
ri and from 2 P. m. to 9 p. m.
on week days On Sundays the
rooms will bo open from b a. m.
tn 11 n m for Gentlemen only.
Electric and Electro-thermal
baths may be obtained at any
time during business hoars.
Gymnasium connected with bath
M fflS m
Mf1 ' Glove
is headquarters t
'tfCmffii f,,r a11 kind3 of
THE ADJOURNED MEETING
Official Proceeding of Last Nlgbt'a Coun
City Cocscil Room. Rock Island.
Aug. 9 The city council met in
adjourned session at 8 p. m.. Mayor
memu presiding. ani an ibe aldermen
present except Kenned v. Foss. and
Mayor Medill, from the special
committee to which was referred the
bids for the construction of a new
inlet pipe for the waterworks, marie a
report: That the Rockford Con
struction company was the lowest
bidder on 24-inch pipe, and the Ed
wards & Walsh Construction com
pany the lowest bidders for a 30-inch
pipe; and that the committee recom
mend the choice of a 30-inch nioe.
Aid. Blaricl moved that the recom
mendation be adopted. Carried by
unanimous vote. Aid. Bladel theli
moved that the contract be awarded
to the Edwards & Walsh Construc
tion company at fll,175. and the
major and city clerk be instructed
to enter into a contract
Carried bv unanimous vote.
Aid. Maucker moved that the guar
anteeing checks be returned to the
unsuccessful bidders. Carried.
AM. Kuschmaun, from the special
coronuLtee ou the Twelfth street
sewer, reported that the bid of M.
Yerbury was the lowest. He moved
that the contract be awarded to M.
Yerbury, and the mayor and clerk be
authorized to enter i'nto contract ac
cordingly. Carried bv unanimous
AM. Cork en, from the finance com
mittee, presented bills of Buneher
Uros., -'.So; btuhr & SeitTert, $18,
and J. W. Jones. $31.85. all health
department items, and moved that
they be attached to the ordinance for
the payment of bills. Carried.
Aid. Corken then presented the or
dinance allowing bills as published
in connection with the proceedings
of the last regular meeting, with the
additions noted, and moved its adop
tion. Aid. Nelson moved as an
amendment that the bills of Richard
C'arnes and Max Kautz be btricken
from the ordinance. The amend
ment was rejected 5 to 6. and the
main question was put. the vote re
sulting in 7 aves to 4 noes as follows:
Ayes Roth, F. W. Schroeder, Cor
ken, F. II. Schroeder, Maucker, Dau
Noes Bliiriel, Schneider, Cramer,
The mayor declared the ordinance
lost for want of the legal majority.
Aid- kuschmaun reported the work
of smoothing the surface of Forty-
fourth street had been completed.
Laid over under the law, on motion
of Aids. Nelson and Cramer.
Also as to the petition of D. Hart-
well, recomnienilins that a sewer
connection be made for the petition
er. Laid over under the law by re
quest of Aids. F. H. Schroeder and
Aid. Nelson read a petition from J.
McBride and other property holders
on rorty-lourtn street asking the
council to arrange for taking wr.ter
into me siorm arain oy providing a,
suitable catch-basin. Referred to the
sewer committee, on motion of Aid.
AM. Dauber moved that the may
or, marshal and police committee
make some arrangement for the cour
teous reception of the convention of
chiefs of police to be held in Rock
Inland Sept. 11, with power to act.
The clerk submitted the bond of F.
J. Hodges as park commissioner of
Garnsey square. Approved.
Jue clerk read an ordinance for
the regulation of plumbers and
plumbing. Referred to the ordinance
1 he clerk read a petition from H.
Banker and others, asking to be re
leased from the Fifth avenue sewer
assessment and accept their sewer in
lieu thereof. Referred to the sewer
committee on motion of Aid. Mauck
er. The clerk read a petition from II.
Tremann for permission to put in
eoal vaults under the sidewalk of his
building on the corner of Third ave
nue ami Seventeenth street. Peti
tion granted. Also from the same
requesting permission to build an
iron stairway on the outside of the
said building. Referred to the street
and alley committee with power to
The clerk read a petition of Dr. C.
B. Kinyon for an adjustment of re
bate cue on pavement assessment.
Referred to the claims committee and
J he clerk read a petition from J.
II. Lloyd and others, asking for the
laying of a water main on Forty
fourth street. Referred to ths water
Aid. Maucker offered a resolu
tion to have the alley adjoining the
Cracker factory cut to grade. Re
ferred to the aldermen of the Third
Aid. Maucker offered a resolution
directing the city clerk to hereafter
pay orders issued in favor of firemen
to the chief of the fire department.
Aid. Cramer offered a resolution
instructing the ordinance committee
and city engineer to prepare an ordi
nance for the construction of a sewer
on Eighth avenue. Referred to the
Aid. Cramer also offered a resolu
tion for inquiry as to what can le
done for the removal of the Dart pow
der house. Referred to the lire and
Aid. Schneider offered a resolution
for the repair of a culvert on Twenty-
second street Adopted.
AM. Schneider offered a resolution
instructing the street superintendent
to bring to grade certain paved gut
ters. Referred to street and alley
The clerk read a certificate from
Thomas Campbell, county collector,
showing that certain assessments
were included in collections. Re
ferred to the claims committee and
Aid. F. H. Schroeder moved that
the chief, of the fire department be
authorized to purchase two certain
horse collars. "Referred to the tire
and light committee and chief of the
lire department with power.
lhe mavor reported in view of the
scant water supply he had thought
it well to divide the city into sprink
ling districts, half to sprinkle in the
rooming and half in the evening,
and he trusted that the aldermen and
the city officers would see that this
rule is strictly enforced.
Adjourned on motion of AM. Nel
son. A. D. HinsiNG, City Clerk.
Coal Valley, Aug. 8. Miss Mag
gie Connelly, of Kock lslanu, r
vt imam j. r racing was on our
Mrs. John J. Prycc and daiiehter
returned last week from their Minne
The base ball club has arranged for
new grounds on Mrs. Nelson's farm
near the t-eh iol house.
Miss Emma Gobat returns to Chi
cago this week. She has been here
for the past three weeks.
The Y. P. S. C. E. has changed the
time of meeting. It will meet every
Sabbath evening at 7 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawson, of Cable,
were here on Sunday. Mrs. Lawson
was formerly Miss Ellen Haight.
The farmers1 picnic will take place
rrulay on Kock Kiver near Islossom
burgh. It is an annual gathering.
Hargraves Battersbv a' rived here
yesterday on his way home from Chi
csgn, where he had been with stock
Miss Ida S Nelson has returned
from a visit to Byron, Fulton count v.
111. She has been away over four
Uncle Lewis Wilson called here
last week. He is over eighty years
of age, but seems unimpaired in
mind and vigor.
Miss Hatlie Cook has been makinn-
an addition to her house, which adds
both to the appearance and comfort
of the dwelling.
Gustavo Krapp has been remodel
ing his saloon by puttiug in a $300
mirror and mahogany counter. The
public will not fail to patronize him
on account of ins new accommoda
Duewood Danbv, son of John
Dan by, has been teaching for th
past three years m western Minne
sota. He has now engaged a school
in Custer, South Dakota, at $1)0 jn-r
There was an affray between a Jew
peuuier anti a iarmer irom near
Briar Bluff over an o'nl quarrel
lhe peddler got a large cut on the
scalp from a brick-bat. No arrest
were made. Both parties left.
1 . J. Andersen's infant child
aiiout C months old. diet! Sunday
morning of cholera infantum. He
having severe affliction, two week
ago his house and part of his effects
tiurned, now sickness and death. He
has the sympathy of the commuuity
imam u. wvers uas liought
piece of land east of Binghamtown in
sec 2C, sw of the sw town lf. n raw'e
1, w containing 10 acres, also lots -J
7, 8. 9, 10, 11 and 12, in Battersbv
Ix'e & Lee's addition to Coal Valley
irom tawe & r.atlcrsbv. The con
sideration was $400.
lhe base ball club which has been
recently organized here has mad
good record. It has had two match
funics, one ai vaoie witu the nine
there, and one at Oriou, with th
noted club of that place. In the Ca
ble contest for ifi'o, the Valley hov
came out a long wavs ahead with
score of ii to 5. Then last week ih
clul met Orion on its own ball
ground and had a heated contest.
Orion has a particular pride in her
club, but in spite of all her pride the
cm o mas ien ncuind hy our nine wit
a score that was close, but neverthe
less was a victory of 15 to 14 for
Coal Valley. Cable wiil be here on
the 1 th. An invitation is extende
to all persons to attend. In th
evening there will lie a dance at the
dancing floor near the church grove
Tired. Weak, Nrrroua,
means impure blood, and overwork
or too much strain on brain an
Dooy. lie only wav to cure is to
feed the nerves on pure bloo
Thousands of people certify that th
oesi oioou purilier, the best ncrv
tonic and strength builder is Hood
Sarsaparilla. What it has done f.
others it will also do for you Hood
Hood s pills cure constipation b
restoring peristaltic action or tl
Adverttaed Lint No. H4.
Ltrt or letter ancallcd for at the punt IB:i
nw inimiu, ( 11., A'lg. U, imH:
Al'am Mi.g ! Pt-terann oi5i,
Afhenhnrh t W. l'i-trr-nn Mr A M.
B le Kd. Vatun John II,
'nnit-ll A 11, Kiir U W.
!-an Oeoice. M. htini llomor.
Klrrt w K, Vnlrntinr has F,
Jay Hubert ?, wnl l.tnn h,
Koch Jacob, Yale Mnfgie.
To Iranre prompt delivery, letters rhonld he
u irewro 10 aired ana i atnlier.
Jou W. Potter. Postmaster,
Only (2-1.25 to Denver. Colorad
Springs and Pueblo and return vi
the Kock Island route (C, R. I. & 1.
railway) Aug. 10 and 11, account
meeting of League of American
W heelmen. Call at ticket oiliee for
information regarding special
ducements offered to wheelmen an
others for this excursion.
Tbrowab Car grulro to Spirit Vmk:
Commencing July 2 the following
trains will have through Pullman
leeping cars to Spirit Lake:
r mm Chicago C, R. I. P. tr.in U-arc at I JO n.
From furllntnn, B..C. B. V. train learr
mil n. m. dailr.
F nm tvdar Mai.ids D.. C. R, If. irsi iearM
S 15 a. m. dtly.
From m. Lo iik. St. L., K, !. W. train leave
11:4 a.m. d. li.--
Arrive at Spirit Lake from the
above points 8:03 a. m. the following
Ff)T Omaha, 8. C. t P. t-m'n liwra at f :IS p.
Kn.ra -lonx City. S. St. P. 1. Y O. traia leira
at 9:5 p. m. dally.
Arrive at Spirit Lake from the
hove points at 7:45 a. m. the follow.
B. . C. R. & N. train leaving Cedar
RapttN at Jt:H) a. m. daily, except
unrtav, has free reclining cha:r cars
to Spirit Lake.
Hotel Orleans at Spirit Lake has
been thoroughly repaired and ele.
gantly refurnished. Rates have been
greatly reduced, and will be sent on
pphcation to C. S. Abell, manager.
Spirit Lake, Iowa.
t or rates of fare and other Infor
mation call on station agent or ad
dress J. Moktox,
Gen. Tkt. & Pass. Agent,
Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
The British colony in Borneo issues its
own ct.'iiase, cents, half cents mid nott
f (I, (", $!0 and (ii. Ail accounts are
kept :u United States currency.
Parks' fr.urc Cure is a positive
pecilic in all diseases of the liver
and kidneys. By removing the uric
acid in the blood it cures rhcuma-
m. S. B. Basford, of Carthage, S.
IJak., says: believe 1 arks J-urc
Cure excels all other medicines for
rh utnatisiu ami urinary disorders."
Sold by Hartz & Ullemeyer.
Arc yon, can 't sleep, can't cat, tired,
thirsty i Blood poor I
It's a tonic you want
This sparkling, exhilarating, and re
freshing drink., while being far more
ngrccnble in bouquet and flavor than
the finest wine or champagne, is at
the same time unlike them, being free
from alcohol. v.
A temperance drink for temperance
people.dcliciousand wholesome as well.
Purifies the blond, tickles the palate.
rnckngc makes five fmllons.
Ask your storekeeper for it.
Take no substitutes.
SrBtf -ernt ntamp in Cban. E. TTIra
Co.. Philadelphia, tor bcautUui pic
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
Rock Island Savings Bank',
at aora i'Lsn,
Stale of llltnnis. t. fare the romwenrement of
ho-'Ufst. on die 8:h dnr ot A ?nr, lw. a
Biacie to the Aailt or of I'nhlic Arcount, uf the
F'.&tv ol ltutioip, pur.uart tu iar.
Loin and disronnta... $ Ml TM TP
Bond ami stocka. 4no(i
Cli n Hand S cv
fl'ie frunniner hanks H.l.r.-.l (I
itner Heal Ksta e 1:1
Furniture a-jd nxtures. 1 (i.T i
Cur t-nt ejipvn-t ituiitd as t .Ae-.. 1'. S4
Cvllec :on i
Capital ttnrk raid :n 1 pr.nrn nt
1 1. divided i-n lit K.:i
l'tviaen-i umtnltl 4J i
Savin a H m-iti. nhj ctlono'M-e .. G.1i? 7
Iteltrliinal d-rMlt ilherl lo cueik. S tftt 41
Time fen iHmtomf pepu t SWn Si d
uueiuotuvr bk i.. a
STATR OF ILLINOIS, I
IUM k. laLAKO Cot TT. I
1..1. M rufird. rihlner of thr l:.k 1-linH'av
Inu- l.ui.k. d n.-nmlv wenr that ttie alv
sbiicntcnt la true, lo the heM of n tnm di
aii'l belief. J. U. OKI. It-h rt.
SuliwT.hed and sworn to h f.ire me th' 10:
dar of August. l.-Hi. r.J.KINNhV.
I !.. i ot.-irr I'alillr.
PERFECT UAUIIOOD !
flow attained how ro-
etorod now ptv-erved,
triiinar-worfc on 'D
eiehitrv will nut t 11 V"u
the doe tors ratit or
won l; Init all filename:
jau i!h to know. ) our
I are the Ker to Life and
I it rvnndtieiifiii. mr
book las bare the trnth. Kvery man ho
would retmiD sexual ittor lot through follr
ordevelop nienilier weitk by natoreitf- wa:ea
bv tli.-eas,.. should wrile for our sealed ttk.
"1'erlect Alanboud." Mo cluuge. Address
ERIE MEDICAL CO., Buffalo, N.Y,
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aV. -JHlatTT yasnra aati iati
U amUll s aaf yr . penatt
It ta Mq tlmat)lr Of 1 rmmrif for lafajita aw4jCauQfaaa
taarwr. ka rnr lnm. It i fcatTaOeCnar.aJlk It. It
aya tBwmle4.ltfc. It will aatrw taelf Ursa. In It MatWrs fcaw
namctklnn wkicai la Volac1r anfe d rrau-tiea.il j awa-fatrt ave
CaJitoria atemtTwya VaTBa.
Cartatria aJlav rmirhisaaw.
CaatorlA jrreat raanlri9(( Sotir Cr4.
Caartat cwram Diarrlaeaa aad Colia.
C-toria reTa TwethUtg TmUra.
Coatorla enreo Contpatinn and FTatnleitey.
Caatoriatme-ytraJSja-ia th elfocta nt rarpemia arid gaawjiwfaaajajaiailf'.
CaatarUt Somu mot caafala aporptlno. op! wm. ttreHWr jaarwetie ft aaai t.
Ktriaicaaltliy aid natwral alerp.
Caatgrta ia pnt p Im r.ae-irfre tottlei omly. It ie ot aald 1st Vatlk.
Poat allow aay fas t aoTl y
that It ia "Jnt aa fitod" nad
8 that yoa ge C - A - S - T -
Children Cry for
On Tap everywhere.
Only Union labor employed.
The Rock Ishnd Brewing Company, success
ors to George Wagner's Atlantic Brewery. I.
Huber's City Brewery znd foible & Stengel's
Rock Island Brewery, as well as Julius Junge's
Bottling Works, his one of the most complete
Brewing establishments including Bottling de
partment in the country. The product is the
very best. Beer is bottied t the brewery and
delivered to any part of the tri-cities, 2nd may
be ordered direct from the head ofTices on Mo
line avenue by Telephone.
The Fashionable Merchant Tailor
Has the most replete line of new patterns in imported
and domestic suitings in the city.
1707 SECQSO AVtlUE.
i. r. ttoraanaxs.
Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fittero.
House Heating and Sanitary riumbin;. Bam meet Rock Island Nat. Cask
fniiru-torur of X UrtCt slroat
e fm tlooari.
(ma hlork fn OniraJ Park.
UEIVEiic h AJ3DEB80N,
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS
VI1 Klnda ot Crpecter Work Do&a.
dCBivai loaataf 4ca- ac abort t r u-4 aatarartiea rcaraiAa.s.
ajaw e.taaa. - , ,- vw ar.a
rCy awrnarlmaa aaei. a rallahV. aaocth'r. awralatlai: airla. t'r Tarihaaaaj
Jr T taarialartaaltwi4baM. V rw waat Uaa hai, g
W Dr. Pcslrs Pennyroyal Pilla
f Jpx STiwaisl.i'tirtwfttls lateaatt-TheeenaleXtar. FWa laraaaaa.
ttoiat. tMtaaj.axc,tVij. aifldtaai faa. Mi aanalk. Vifc-saUaS, V. "
Fot sale by T. II. Thomas, Dru
f CsMtrUi w-iflt
aw rasyaali af it wltlt i
aarthiaa; wlao est tlva plea mr pre
"will aa rarer erwry ptraais
O - F. - T - A.
Call for Hock Island
X renins? Co. Iteer.
Toa atoaaaiiai .
ad hiM af Cat Flowera cooeuart'f oa haad.
tarrerta low, n Itrade wreet. Daarniaxet . fa
- gist, el agent, Uock Ialand, I1L