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THE Alt&pft, TtTESDAT, DECEMBER 4. 1094.
On Tap everywhere.
Only Union labor employed.
The Rock Island Brewing Company, success
ors to George Wagner's Atlantic Brewery I
Huber's City Brewery and Raible & Stengel's
Rock Island Brewery, as well as Julius Junge's
Bottling Works, has one of the most complete
Brewing establishments including Bottling de
partment in the country. The product is the
very best. Beer is bottled at the brewery and
delivered to any part of the tri-cities. and may
be ordered direct from the head offices on va
line avenue by Telephone.
Gentlemen s Mackintoshes
ith Lxtra Loner btorm Proof
Gentlemen Mackintosh Box Coats.
Ladies' Mackintoshes with plain
LulU's' Mackintoshes with silk lined
l.:i!icV Mackintoshes with triple
I. amies' iloullt-texture Mackintoshes
with plain capes.
I.alie' double-texture Mackintoshes
with triple silk-lined capes.
Misses' and Boys' Mackintoshes.
Men's and Bovs' Rnbbcr Clothing of
Headquarters (or Rubber Goods.
Rubber Store. pne
WILSON HilQHT & CO.
L'07 Brad v street, Davenport.
See our Fail
Our purpose in advertising is to let everybody
who buys clothing that is all mankind here
about know that our suitings are in, and the
finest ever displayed In the city. You are
respectfully invited to call and see the latest
in patterns and styles.
Call and leave your order.
J. B. Zl
J. T. DIXON
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue
: WHiLTAlI EMIG
Has the most replete line of new patterns in imported
and domestic suitings in the city.
1707 SECOXD AVEIUE.
numbers. Steam, Gao litters,
Uouie Heating and Sanitary Plumbing.
Call for Rock Island
Brewing Co. Beer.
Star Block, opposite Harper house.
Cyclone Roller Mills and
Jobber in Flour and Feed.
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Basement Book Iaiand Nat. Bank
The City OoaaoU Bold Ita Ralar Koath
ljr lbitto. OMctol BmohI.
Citt Cockctl Boon. Bock Island,
Dec. 8. 1894 The city council
mot in regular semi-monthly session
at 8 p. m.. Mayor Med ill presiding
and all the aldermen present except
F. W. Schroeder. The minutes of the
last regular and adjourned sessions
and subsequent special meeting were
read and adopted. Officers' reports
lor the month were read and placed
Aid. Corken, from the finance com
mittee, submitted an ordinance
which was unanimously adopted, al
lowing bills out ot the Various funds
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No 8 16 Sol
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Mo S 18 Ml Ea Watah Cob Co. 13 OO
W A Darlisg 8 00,
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No 8 73 60
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Blake A Murphy is 81
Harper Robinson 18 60 Frank 111 1 05
James Kinney 19 50:0 L Kjrstcr 80 00
William Uaaarcy.. 1 50 Weorce Greea 4 frl
J K rihaan 19 50 "hirlas Fiebic... 60
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Aid. Corken reported several other
bills which were referred t.. the com.
mittet8 for investigation.
Aid. Kusohmann. from li.e Are t od
light committee, reported 4,450 feet
of serviceable lire hose on baud and
800 feet of old hose. Uei-ruvcd and
placed on file.
Also having granted the prajer of
Mrs. Zioplcr for permission to build
a frame barn. Rcjiort received and
placed on tile.
Aid. Bladel called up the deferred
ordinance for the regulation of near
cemeteries, which was thereujton
read by the cleik. Aid. Bladel
moved that the ordinance e passed.
Aid. Kelson moved as a substitute
thrt it be laid on the table. Substi
tute carried 9 to 3.
The clerk read a statement from
C. P. Harson in relation to injuries
sustained on public work. Keferred
to tbe claims committee and city at
torney. A petition for permission to open
a paved street to lay a sewer by M.
Yerbury was referred to the sewer
committee on motion of Al l. Bladel.
The clerk read an ordinance grant
ing to John K. Crawford and asso
ciates right of way on streets and
alleys for a telephone exchange sys
tem. Keferred to the orti 'nance and
street and alley committees &mt
city attorney on motion of Aid.
Aid. Nelson moved that tbe time
for receiving bids for the considt ra
tion of a stand pipe be 'tended to
Dec' 17. Carried.
AM. Bladel niovt d that the street
superintendent he in-ficted to
cause the removal of tl.e electric
light pole on Fourth avenue und
Third street to tho curb line. Car
ried. Aid. Corken offered an amendment
to an ordinance in relation to a pri
vate sewer in the I.uford so ond audi,
tion. Keferred to the sewer coniuiit
tee n motion of Aid. l;ia'.er.
Aid. Nelson moved tla. tbe street
commissioner be iiiptructiiJ to place
a small section of Fourteenth avenue
between Thirth-fourth and Thirty
liflb. streets in proper condition.
Aid Kuschmann offered i resolu
tion for the preparation of u series of
grades between Tenth and Eighteenth
avenues on Twetily-secund street.
Aid. Bladel offer d a re.-rlution in
structing tho finance committee to
report at the int, m.-eting the
amount ot money iu tbe various
Aid. Fobs offered a resolution for
the report of a system of sewers for
the Sixth and Seventh wards, at the
next meeting, as previously required.
Aid. Bladel moved that the city
clerk be instructed to notifr the
board of education to place the side
walk in front of the No. S school to
grade. Aid. Nelson r(Terd an amend
ment including tlio sideuulk of the
Ko. 7 school. Atuendniciit accepted
and motion adopted.
Adjourned on motion of Aid. Roth.
A. D. IIiKftiKG, city Clerk.
A Oremt Baltia
Is continually going on the human
system. The demon of impure blood
strives to gain victory over tbe con
stitution, to ruin health, tn drag vic
tims to the grave. Uosd's Sarsapa
rilla is the weapon with which to
defend one's self, drive the desperate
enemy from the field, and restore
bodily health for many yei.rs.
Hood's pills cure nausea, sickness,
indigestion and biliousness. 25
An Voa Kver AsmimI
By a buzzing or roaring sound in
your bead? Have you difficulty In
heary distinctly? Are rou troubled
with a continual dropping of mucus,
irritating the throat and causing rou
to cough? Is your breath unpleas
antly affected and accompanied with
bad taste? Is your hearing less
acute? If so, you have catarrh and
should at once procure a bottle of
Ely1! Cream Balm, the b.-.-t known
remedy. The Balm will pve instant
BEWARE OF PNEUMONIA.
saHh Comanlaalonfp Erlaoa a4T Vtw Tr
Telia Bwar 9e Wars It OeT.
Although mors or less preralerit
inrougnout tno year, pneumonia) ia pe
culiarly danfrrrrras during the opening
months of winter. With tbe Brst frosts
a very marked increase takes place in
tho number of cases, und during this
oold. damp weather extra precautions
should be taken. Pnonmnnia
bly protlncnd by aa a;-1h microbe, and
wnen rrnsi prevails the soil beneath
the bonne Is the only ground which Is
not frozen. The jremi pradnaliv works
toward the warm, moist earth, and tho
house really acts as a sort of flno, which
lorms a reaiy nioiin or epTess for thi m
The rrorer ventilation of nrnni la
lore an important factor In guarding
agitinsx pnt-uraonta, oue, howerer, which
is often overlooked.
Lack of personal hygiene ia the chief
predisprwing en rise of the diseaae. Ir
regulitr hours, insufficient nourishment,
dyspepsia, excessive fatigue or some
di sense) which has lowered the general
tone of tho system all weaken the pow
er of resisting the pneumonia germ.
When the system in run down, a andnn
cxpoa-nre to cold may prove fatal, while
in a normal condition of body it would
be thrown off.
There arc three? rmriods during which
the susceptibility to pneumonia is great
est Tiny are early childhood that ia,
up to 7 years ot ape, between the agea
of 20 nnd 40 and after CO. The power
of resistance against pneumonia grows
much feebler after 60 years of age, and
niue tenths of the macs prove fatal.
Cold, damp weather is favorabln to
the contraction of "colds" and tho sub
sequent development of pneumonia, and
it nHH exists to some extent in a modi
fied firm. This it!e disease with which
pneumonia most readily combines, but
it is found in combination with diph
theria, typhoid fever, measles, scarlet
fever and many others.
When a severe or sudden chill has
been contracted, the main thing is to
act quickly, and many a serious illness
can be averted and valuable life saved
by a little intelligence coup1d with
prouiptilnda If possible, send for a
doctor immediately and take ten grains
of quinine and five drops of spirits of
camphor in a little water or on a lump
of stipar. These doses are for an adult
Then soak tho fet in hot water and
jump into bed. Simple a theso remedies
are, they have nipped in the bud many
prospective cases of pneumonia.
Whilo soaking tho font tho body
shonld be warmly wrapped in a blan
ket, which should bi kept m until some
time after the person has entered tho
bed in order that free perspiration be
continued and not checked.
A good thing to prevent "colds" is to
wear wool next the skin. When this is
not possible cm account of the irritation
sometimes caused, a" mixture of wool
and silk will generally bo found satis
factory. I wtmld not v -commend cotton
in any form for unriiTwear. as it is fre
quently tho cause r.f a diuigeroua cold
Iry becoming wet and'keeping the tem
perature of tho skin below tho normal.
Care should be taken that tho feet do
not get wet, or if so that prompt meas
ures are taken to dry the tn and a change
of hose made.
Tbe care taken of tho outside of tho
body must he supplemented by tbe same
care of tho inside. A moderate diet
wholesomo food, plenty of rrt, regular
hours, will keep the v.-!iole system in
good order and enat le it to throw off
the germs of disease, which can only
obtain a footing when t ebilitation af
fords a:i entrance for tho disease and a
fruitful fxiil for its development. Cy
rus Edscn in St Louis Fost -Dispatch.
Afraid of ravaaMdU.
Mrs. Catherine ttlaclr. .f I . T?n
K. Y., took a severe cold. The phy
sician feared pneumonia. She took
one bottle of Parks' Cough Strop and
says: -It acted like magic. Stopped
my cough and I am perfect! v well
now. I recti m m on .1 it. a
for throat and lung trouble, as I be
lieve U saved my life." Sold by
The Arci s. 10c a week, dplirrrwil
every evening at your door.
Children Cry for
Horsford's Baking Powder
excels all others in healthful
quality and baking strength.
A wonderful invention.
1717 Booond At.
Bring ccm'Virt and impiovrmertt and
tends to peronal enjoyment wlm
rightly used. The many, who live bet
ter than others and enjoy life more, wi tb
less expenditure, l.y more promptly
adapting the world's best product to
the needs of physical being, will attest
the value to health of the pure liquid
laxative principles embraced in the
remedy, Fvrup of Figs
Its excellence ia due to ita presenting
in the form nwt acceptable and pleas
ant to the taste, the rcf nshing and truly
beneficial properties of a perfect lax
ative; effectually cleansing the sytem,
dispelling cold, bcadaches and 'fevers
ana permanently ruri'ig constipation.
It ha gi v?n satisfaction to millions and
let with the approval of the medical
profession, because it acts on the Kid
neys, liver and Rowers without weak
ening them and it is perfectly free from
very objectionable substance.
Syrup of Figs is for sale by all drug
gifts in SO and (1 bottles, but it to man
ufactured by the California Fig Syrup
Co. only, whose name is printed on every
package, alao the name. Syrup of Figs,
nd being well informed, you will not
accept any substitute if offered.
IF YOU WISH ANT
THiNti IX THIS LIKE
We have also
And a complete line of
mixeu house and floor
paints, white lead, lin
seed oil, etc.
1610 Third avenue.
WVilasili PaalaraaS laatrwsrrf
Wines and Liquors.
11C and MIS Third Ave
Baths of all kinds, including
Turkish, plain, shampoo, elec
tric, elcctro-tbermaL etc., may
be obtained at the Sanitarium
Bath Booms, on the first floor of
the Harper House.
For Ladies From f a. n. to
It m. on week days For Gen.
tlemen From a. m. to 7:30 a.
m., and from 9 p. m. to t p. m.
oa week days On Sundays the
rooms will be open from a. m.
to 11 a. m. for Gentlemen only.
Electric and Electro-thermal
bath mar be obtained at any
time during business boors.
Gymnasium connected with bath
Christmas . .
Glove and Fur Store.
The Largest and Best sclecticn of
Gloves and Furs in the three cities at
GLOVE U7D Fim STORE.
160J, Second avenue. Rock Island. 111.
ti 6rtcj C;:n llzzn
Drmin- U4)aai 1 aw tra.
C UULT, Xatsftr.
SUNDAY. sFt. 9.re.7.
Jolly. Side-Spllttinu Farce
THE Fli FATflHl.
Third Year cf lt Tridmphattt Suc
cess, a t aree tomea v in
Or tajr arata rrrpa at LloTd A awsrl s
hat rlnrr Fri mf Bioraiitg
Lead them all.
Want )our trade.
And to $rt it will give T"U the
BtST QUALITY of goods at the
Lot EaT r-KICKS. As a ad
ditional inducement I (f.T you
a special discount in the al.spe of
Grind Premium Bocks.
CJive you your selection mhen
your purchases amount to the
sum named in tbe ticket y u will
receive at my atoro. I can afford
to do this because I want to show
you tbe benefit of my new sys
tem, and 1 extend to Ton Advan
tages that will make you my
XXy Stock is Fresh and 3ew
Visit early and bring your amily
and friend. All are 'entitled to
this new and special advantage,
and I want yea specially to see
my sp'endid lot of
Fine Plctcrial Books,
By tbe world's famous authors
and greatest artists; books that
we give away to make every
home happy. Beautiful imcks.
tmst goods and bedmck -rices.
These books will make lovely
Cbri-tmas firs, tt your cards
and Bccore one r mire t tbcae
lovely premiums ty CLrstmas
E. F SCHATTll,
lVf C Crorcr nwTbM t aac
A aawrlal fuatar T Um Cirrf
A COMPLETE NOVEL
In each issue, in addition to the usual
Short Stories Novelettes .
All combined, make it one of the
most desirable tnagaiiaes
We avoid the objection held by oo
many readers to a continued torv.
During the coruinj y-ar novels
may tie expected from
Capt K Bg. AmeUe Rivos.
Mrs Sticknsy. Mrs. Alexander.
(Astbor of Tbc Aa'irlilorpbf af a Prof national
and other well-knowa wriie-a.
Price, f.1 per year. Single copr, 25c
fvmi ': t writ atawqx for apeciairs calf.
Rinaud's Cleopatra Invisible,
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