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On Tap everywhere.
Only Union labor employed.
The Rock Island Brewing Company, success
's to George Wagner's Atlantic Brewery, I.
Ruber's City Brewery and Raible & Stengel's
:;k island Brewery, as vell as Julius Junge's
.ottling Works, has one of the most complete
:rc,v:ng establishments including Bottling de
triment in the country. The product is the
:rv best. Beer is bottled at the brewerv and
delivered to any part of the tri-cities, and may
t orjerea airect irom tne head offices on Mo
ri; avenue by Telephone.
Official Proceedings of Last Klgnt's Con
Citt Cocxcn. Room, Rock Islaxi,
Aug. 20 The city council met in
regular semi-monthly session at 8 p.
m.. Mayor Medill presiding, and all
me aiaermcn present except Foss.
The minutes of the last regular and
subsequent adjourned meetings were
read and approved.
Aid. Corken, from the finance com
mittee, submitted a bill of Stephen
O'Connor, $9.50, and moved that it
be attached to the pending ordinance;
also a bill of Atkinson & OlofT, $97.
50, both of which motions were
adopted. Aid. CJorken submitted the
ordinance ordering the payment of
bills reported at the first regular
meeting of the month as published,
with these additions, and moved its
adoption. Aid. Bladel moved as an
amendment that the bills of Richard
Carnes and Max Kautz, for fOl.GG,
Call for Rock Island
Brewing Co. Beer,
Of Carriages, Harness,
Laprobes, Whips, etc.
Remember that you can always find the latest styles
and largest assortment in the tri-cities at
Mason's Carriage Works
1803 Second Avenue
' rtin rHUG. mtj rrj c t rjJi crk-
MARRY A PLAIN GIRL IF SHE USES
t all kinds, including
plain, shampoo, ciec
.' I'tro-thcrnial, etc., may
'i''.:timd at the Sanitarium
ii U' l.u.g. on the first floor cf
L r f.nitica From 9 a. m. to
tn r,u wwk day For Gen
ii. n Irnm 6 a. m. to 7:30 a.
. :.ri'i frm 2 p. m. to 9 p. m.
k i!ay On SundavR the
n.s will he open from 6 a. m.
. ru. fr:r Uentlemen only,
"-ric ntnl Klectro-thcrmal
i." may be obtained at any
' rtunnjj business hoars.
i.n:iiuru connocted with bath
jM slove '
for all kinds of
tz a WeU
II I ALIO lOtnDay.
r n c n I n n c in mL J jtoth
Prs-laraa the Aborr Ksaalta in SO Iajs. It acta
powerfully a nil quickly. Cures srlion all other
fulL Youiik men will refrain their lost maunoou,
nnil Alii min will rawip their volltllful VIKOI
by using VITALIS. It quickly and surely re
Mores N.-rvouHiicsa, Lost vliality. Impotency,
NlRbtlT Emissions. Lost Power, Falling Mem;
ory, satin Diseases, and all eflects of self
abuse or excess and indiscretion. Wards on
insanity and consumption, insist on oaring
VITALIS, no other. Can be carried in es
set. My mail. i.rerpocKate.ori
srlta nurture nrraei gaaraaue i
mm tvraa n m.a.T. in-iiiiir im:. jiuuiyw
CAUJUI iU.Il.ur COJll'AN K, Chicago, 111.
For sale at Bock Island by Burner Bonse Phar
sacjr and Wulum Clcndonm, Drugs isi, auiu,.
nch be stricken from the ordinance.
The motion was ruled out of order h
the mavor on the trround that Aid.
Bladel had voted nflirmntively on the
same motion before, when it had
been lost. Aid. Nelson contended
that his motion had been different.
the bills bcinjr then stated at M1.66.
Aid. Kennedy, havinff been absent.
claimed the rijrht and renewed the
mendment as proposed by Aid. Hia
tal. The motion was airain ruled
ut of order on the jrronpd that the
bills had become a part of the ordi-
ancc by virtue of a former motion
iivinp neon lost.
Aid. Illadel appealed from the de
cision of the chair, and the question
was put: "Shall the chair be sus
tained?" The vote stood:
Ayes Koth, F. AV. Schroeder,
Corken, Mauckcr. Dauber, Kustb.
Noes Bladel, Johnson, F. H.
v. Nelson 7.
The chair ruled that a two-thirds
vote was necessary to overcome the
decision and that the chair was sus
The question was then taken on
the passage of the ordinance and it
was lost for hick of the legal ma
Aves Roth. F. Y. Schroeder,
Corken, F. H. Schroeder, Mauckcr.
Daubi-r, Kuschmann 7.
Noes I'.Iadel, Johnson, Schneider,
Cramer, Kennedv, Nelson 6.
Aid. Kuschmann, from the street
and alley committee, reported that
the Fortv-fourth street surface had
been leveled. Report approved.
Also on a petition of Mrs. C. Vopel
as to a sidewalk on .Nineteenth
street, that the error in grade was
the fault of the city, and recommend
ing that the street superintendent be
directed to relav the walk to grade.
A substitute to refer back to get the
ex-ongineer s report, by Aid. Ken-
neday, was defeated, and the report
AM. Kuschmann, from the street
and alley committee, reported hav-
ng granted permission to Henry
Trcmann to build an outside stair-
wav to his new bunding, licport
Aid. Corken reported in favor of
cuttirg Cracker alley to grade, and
moved that the street and alley
committee be given power to act.
J he clerk read a petition Irom the
reople's Power company for permis
sion to open paved streets to lay gas
mains. 1'etition granted.
The clerk read a petition from
Rosenfield & Slattery for permission
to open a paved street. Permission
The clerk read a communication
from S. F. Cooke, late justice of the
peace, asking a settlement of certain
fees. Referred to the claims of po
Aid. Cramer presented a petition
Irom W . H. isieuer ana other prop-
ertv noulers on tiguteentn street
asking the passage of an ordinance
crantins them the rijrht to build a
private sewer. Also the draft of an
ordinance in accordance with the pe
titions, which was passed by unani
Aid. Mancker moved that the reso
lution awarding the contract for pav
ing Nineteenth street to the Kdwards
& Walsh Construction company, with
National Clay company s brick at
$1.05 per square vard, be recon
sidered. Laid over to the next meet
ing on motion of Aid. Corken.'
Aid. Corken moved that the ordl
nance committee and the mayor be
instructed to prepare an ordinance
for the borrowing of money to pay
the cost oi tne new waterworks in
let pipe. Adopted.
Aid. Bladel offered a resolution
directing the street superintendent
to have the weeds cut on all the
streets in the First ward. Aid
Schneider moved as an amendment
that all wards be included. Amend
ment and motion adopted.
Aid. Rladel moved that the street
superintendent be directed to have
the mouth oi the ruth avenue sewer
cleared out. Adopted.
Adjourned on motion of Aid. Dau
ber. A. IX Hi'EsiNO, City Clerk
Joslin, Aug. 20. John Nold's
birthday occurred on Monday last.
The children of the neighborhood
were invited in to celebrate the
event. They had a very pleasant
The Znraa and Cleveland base
ball nines play upon the fairgrounds
C. H. Hubbart, who owns 451
acres of land in Sac county, Iowa,
has been called out there to dispose
of about three hundred acres of grass.
He is expected home some time this
You will frequently hear farmers
say that they won't have feed enough
for the coming winter. And feed
being very short in adjoining west
ern states, it is claimed that hay will
bring a high price before next
Misses Annie and Delia Kuhl visited
with F. E. Crompton and family on
Saturday evening and Sunday last.
On Saturday evening we had a con
cert among ourselves, so that we
were safe against any unjust criti
cism. We sang some select pieces.
Mr. Nyers performed upon the violin
and Mirs Kuhl accompanied upon the
The house that Sylvester Daily Is
building for his son Frank is now as
suming gigantic proportions, and
will make a very respectable addi
tion to our village. If the west end
puts up many more buildings there
might be some danger of tipping up
the east end. How one good new
building seems to add to the appear
ance ot a place.
Teddy Flannigan. our harness
maker, boot and shoe maker and re
pairer, etc., who came from Molinc
to Joslin, now occupies his own neat
little shop, and seems to be as happy
as l ti" lavs are long, we called in
to sec Teddy the other day and found
the premises well stocked with har
uess and material for mending boots
and shoes, etc. He is glad when any
one calls in to inspect his premises.
On Wednesdav last our highly
respected neighbor and eiti.en.
lircgorv Urown, having arrived at
the 70th mile post in his iournev of
life, and the 4olh of his married life
his friends of Henry and Rock Isl
and counties, and the cities below.
gnthercd together by invitation to
celebrate the double event. Through
a misunderstanding we were not
present, but we are informed there
were at least l'U) of Mr. lrowns
friends in attendance, and to say that
lliey liaa one or the iiest oi times, is
drawing it very mild. Besides the
lucious repast, there was music,
which consisted oi cornet, clarion.
ette. flute and violin, accompanied
iy Mrs. v niiani l'avne as pianoist
Two rocking chairs were presented
to Air. ana Mrs. Brown as souvenirs
of the occasion. Dr. Rcitcr. of O:
oorn, made the presentation seecu
and Mr. Brown being too much at
fected to respond, his neighbor
Fred Osborn, acted in that capacity
Ml'LTlTM IS i A KVO.
"A kind or old hobgob'in ha'l
Now somewhat fallen to decar."
An anciett inn thus described, but the de
scription exactly fits the condition of the tody
when fallen to decay on account of a torpid
liver which corrupts the blood, all ihe horrors of
dyspepsia and fina'ly consnrnptioafollowinr.
The brain becomes Ihe dwelling place oi hob
goblins, and despondency, ','looui aud ciacrf hold
peseession of the patient.
Fortunately for this clats of sufferers perfec
relief is found In Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery which restores ihe liver to activity
and pure rich blood drives disease from lung and
brain. The incipient consumption, scrofulous
sores, cooTh. beetle fever aid debill'y disap
COCNTT BCltJMlf O.
Ane. 20. Edward H. Gayer to J.
C. II. Read, ! nwj 16. 19. 2e, f2.-
Andrew A. Anderson to Andrew J.
Anderson, part lot 8. block 8, Pltt,
Gilbert & Fitts' First add., Moline,
LlfSSStd to TJIr
Ang. 15. Clarence L. Carlton,
Hnlda M. Rylander, Moline.
Robert Doyle, Amanda Witt. Rock
16. Clarence S. Trevor, Abing
don; Nellie V. Glenn, Moline
Homer Bailey, Annie Goben. Sear.
17. E. W. Rathburn, Emma Bock,
18 Charles Krusc Berth M.
William Graham. Augusta Kaun
erman. Rook Island.
20. Frank J. Moody, Ora C. Spaid.
A KiUiea Fnsrdi.
A friend in need is a friend indeed.
and not less than one million people
have found just such a friend in Dr.
King's New Discovery for consump
tion, coughs and cohls. If you have
never used this great cough medi
cine, one trial will convince vou that
t has' wonderful curative powers in
all diseases of throat, chest anil
lungs. F-aoh bottle is guaranteed to
do all that is claimed or monev will
be refunded. Trial bottles at Hartz
& Ullemeyer's drug store. Large
bottles 50c and (I.
M'c desire to sav to our citizens
that for vears we have been selling
Dr. King's New Discovery for con
sumption. Dr. King's New Life pills.
Bucklin's Arnica salve, and Electric
bitters, and have never handled rem
edies that sell as well, or that have
given such universal satisfaction.
We do not hesitate totrunrantcethem
every time, and we stand ready to
refund the purchaser's price, if satis-
lactory results lo not follow their
use. These remedies have won their
great popularity on their merits
Hartz & L'ilemever, dru:r";ist.
Bl CKLl.N'S AI1MCA SLVE.
The best salve in the world for
cuts, bruises, norcs. ulcers, salt
rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped
hands, chilblains, corns and all skin
eruptions, and positively cures
piles or no pav required. It is guar
anteed to gie perfect satisfaction, or
money refunded. Trice 25 cents per
imjx. r or sale bvliartzA: Lilcmeer.
l bs YVti lier.
Fair weather, growing Wednesday
easterly winds, sifting to southerly.
r. j. v alz. FDscrver.
Rudy's file SuptMitorv is guaran
teed to cure piles and constipation
or money refunded. Fifty cents per
oox. &emt stamp lor circular and
free sample to Martin Uudv, Lancas
ter, P.i. For sale by T. H. Thomas
and Hartz & Bahusen,
Rock Island. I!l.
Epgixrton. Aug. 1. Mrs. John
Fuhr is very low at this writing. Her
recoverv is verv doubtful.
Miss Susie Walker, of Moline, i
visiting at her uncle's, William Edjr.
Miss Mamie Walker, of the Whit
City, is visiting at C. D. Wheaton"
ine rain last Jriday morning
helped the late corn very much in
Cha'ies tugington has iust re
turned home from Macomb, where he
has been visiting his wife's folk. an
reports a good time.
Ur. J. r. Orr has purchased the
Cadle property on South Clark, and
expects to remove the buildings and
use it lor a pasture.
Miss fc.ua Johnson started for her
home in Cherokee countv, Iowa. Hit
brother-in-law, John Titterington,
accompanied her home.
Miss Clara Carpenter and little
brother. Charlie, were both injured
while foolir.g with the hired man's
revolver, Charlie lcing shot through
the front fintrer, and Clara through
the arm above the elbow.
A number of our young folks at
tended the eanip fire at Illinois City
last Tuesday night and report a good
time. F'red Titterington and
our next county treasuerr, Cy Gor
don, of Rock Island, were present.
Thomas Bopes met with bad luck
again last week. When going to the
pasture for his horses the other
morning, he found that the lightning
had struck one and the other was
blind and deaf. This was one of the
finest road teams this county af
forded. Isaac Richardson and B. V. Foun
tain traded farms last week. Mr.
Fountain will move on the old Wells'
farm, west of Andalusia, and Mr.
Richardson on the old F'ountain
farm. Well, as Edgington has given
up one good old democrat it gets
back another. But nevertheless, wc
would rather had both.
CHAS. T. KINDT, Manager
GRAND BAND CONCERTS
Friday and Sunday Evenings,
MR. JAMES D ALTON
IN BARITONE SOLOS.
Balloon Ascension and Para
OTTO'S BAN I). Admission (as
To Cleanse the System
effectually yet gentlv, when costive
or bilious, or when the blood is im
pure or sluggish, to permanently
cure habitual constipation, to awaken
tne kidneys ana liver to a healthy aC'
tivity, without irritatinsr or weaken'
ing them, to dispel bead aches, colds
or levers, use Syrup of Figs.
Merchants and others are hereby
notified that the bogus Labor day
program gotten out by Sneed &
Kennedy will be excluded from the
grounds, and they are requested to
reserve their advertising for the offi
cial program, for which the solicitors
will call upon them. Committck.
SCREEN DOORS. WIN
DOWS, ALL WIDTHS
OF WIRE SCREEN.
seed oil, etc.
complete line of
house and floor
WuhM ZnrjtUrg Frm Flai
SLk Eancxcchiaf to ft Circu Tni
Xac CarUisift Bptdaltj,
No. 1724 Third Ave.
sV. M. & Lt. J. PARKER.
Telephone No. 12 14.
Castoria Is Dr. Samncl Pitcher prescription for InflaBts
and Children. It contains neither Opiam, Morphine-aor
: other Xarcotic ubtancc It t a harmless rabstitnto
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor OIL
'It Is Pleasant. Its guarantee Is thirty years nn by
Millions of Mothers. Castorla destroys Worms and allays
feTcrishncss. Castorla prevents vomit ing Sour Curd,
cares Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castorla relieves
teething tronblcs, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria Is tho Children Panacea the Mother Friend.
Oaisvirf a Is an ezerllnit wwlklro ffnr riS
dra. K.4)wni harsj irpratedlr t14 not ru
good rlTiJCt upon (best chlUJrea.
Ite. a. C. Osnmn,
Castrcia Is Uw bna iwnsdy for rfaildrra of
which I am arrrualntM. I bnpr the Amy H nnl
fxr dictaxit sbfs mtAhm nllonaWt!Mrr
InU-nrst nf Ux-ir rtiildrrm. an i ami On-t in
stead of tltr Tarkwasqustt-s: purtruma srhk-si ars
4i sun 1"JC f tslr lot oil flossy riy foil1 im sj4uni.
morphine, monthin rur and otrxr burtrtd
acntfa don tlxir tliroiuc, Utereby 'inlinx
liieia to icmoaire 1 v
Pa. J. P. Kmomoa,
" Cantoris, is no wen a4ard tffrihliama OH
I rwjmMim id U mtupatiurtomtf gnmenpum
know a to toe.'
TT. A. Aanraa, 1L D
lit Fo. Of ord 81. Urwfclra, V. T.
"Our fdrrsJHaoa ta lbs rblldma'a depart
snrrsi fca sirwkra hlctilf eiprrt
maoa la Utalr ootaada fraclina wall CanUirta,
atid aOtnun? ww otij ba mtmng our
mrdlaal sntvUsa what la knswa aa t-enlar
frasuets. fntwoara Int ta coufnw tost Uw
mmtm of Castoria lias waa vs lauk with
far ujtm u."
nowmi ax TharcvMrr.
A LUC C fjOTO. S.
Th Cwmtaar Cnsayy, 77 Umrray Stjrwwt, Ifww TrTi Ctty.
Ladifs that do their own housework
or cultivate flowers will find our
Just the thing, as they rot only protect the
bands, but kerp tbcni !t aud mliitc. Trj
IN DRESS SHIELDS wc offer prcat bar-
paic. The iK!v'ar Si iml-sf htix-Lim-t
re iirp-riou. aui ran be wavtied tir
cl-nl, Alio the ruLUcr lined Z-plirr ati4
Silk Mi:cUs iu tHk.
We are headquarter for Garden Hose. 1-X Sprlnklon. Waclin
intofhes and KubUr CJolhliit'. ii;Ul uiijiiifa and
Hubbc-r (sixxla oi all kin J.
WILSO.V, 1IAIGI1T V CO.,
207 Brady Street, Davenjort.
T. F. RURKF,
Steam and Gas Fitters.
Rock Island Keating
. and Flamliing Co.
Hot Water Heating
119-121 F 17th St.
Kock Island, r.l. Tel. So. 12S3
tooie Agtut) for the rormao.
tcc and Tttrs
The Fashionable Merchant Tailor
Has the most replete line of new patterns in imported
and domestic suitings in the city.
1707 SECOZD AVEBL'E-
3. T. Eruniu.
Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitters.
llonse Lleatir and Sanitary Plambinj;. Baacment Rock laland Nat- Bank
Piwiirlctorat f tU Brit trrl
All k"sy) f Vmt risxrer (suUtllF M kai.
V.mmtm w r-wvr sots
Oa. tUc frosi Central Park. Urp Iowa. SH brar Miwst, DawsrMirUU
Opera 2Io 1100 Saloon
.ons ecuircs, Propria
01 B oood Ascaaa, Oornas ef aixKsnrtk fe'JMt, n. h.tt SshissITI iMii
The choicest Wine Licuors, Cccr and Clears always on Hand
In buck vary Da
Saxrftnebat Ttiwttt on fAast Sa- .