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TflE ARGUS. TUES DAY, FEBRUARY 5. 1895;:
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mu'im .mti w
THE MONTHLY MEETING.
Pimples, wtncn r.rc
Hundreds of men and women are
seen nj)nihc streets every day wnose
face-; ;ire covered with Disfiguring
Copper-Colored Freckles or Scaly
mnstantlv sunnur-itins:. but which
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am . ATI " 1 A I kVH
never heal, lo those ho are amicicG wun uiese uuium
ating and distressing diseases of lbs skia
EMPRESS JOSEPHINE FACE BLEACH
appeals with a frco which is irresistible.
This wonderful preparation never fails to effect a cure,
the cfise boneless and nos
trums are proven lo be useless.
I'Miifi- Jovfmiixk Fvrn Btacu will not onlj
Freckle.? ai.d Piinnles. but is cuarantced to oe
euro y-.-.r Eczema, Acne, Moth-Patcnes,
Urmvn Sr,r.ti iv.ntche. SaHowness. and all otnei
cutaneous diseases. .
EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED.
For sale lv T. II. THOMAS. Drncrsrist. cor. Seventeenth St. and Second
av. and Marshall & Fisher, Harper House Pharmacy.
O -Betel rraewisa at It mghra Cow
ClTT COUXCII. ROOM, KOCK ISLAJTD,
Feb. 4, 1893. The City Council met
regular semi-monthly session at
x.. Mayor Medill presiding and
the aldermen present except
Dauber. The minutes of the last
regular meeting were read and
adopted. Officers1 report! for the
month of January were read and or
dered placed on tile.
Aiderman coraen, Irom the com
mittee on finance, reported an ordi
nance which was paaaed unanimously.
allowing bills out of the various
funis as follows:
LABOR PAT ROLL.
Bo.i No. r
tlllKmball SIO 63
P Curyta . S 7i
F Areatr S 75
.M .r . ni th ............... ...... 375
T J MedDl Jr..- 1X 00 X Behlsit ansa.... 00
A D HmcUml..- 1W W C Pl.rnde. 8 33
J L Haas M Ml D Hueeuig 10U W
Edwin wart m st
rtKKDEFAKTK I XT ACCOUNT.
MNCT ftaetler 14 10
S 3,0 ' Tmi laid.... li 70
J D ColUer.......
C J KanKkiU ..
D Doyle ...
Mar, hall a f tsar
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 Raibie & 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 Mo
iine avenue by Telephone.
Call for Rock Island
Brewing Co. Beer.
JOUH M. rARlUON.
HCKBT A. PAKIlXM
Painters and Decorators
PATSE IIASJ&Eas, CALCZXTNESS. etc.
SHOP, 419 SoTOtM&th St., SOCK ISLAND. ILL.
SomerlnesiMe'li a reliable, monthly, rcraJslta taedleliie. Only hanalwaisi
kh!url drugs ahouKl ba oae4. If yoo want the bat, got
Dr. Peal's Pennyroyal Pills
Th.T arp prompt, rale ar certain In reralt. Tb nnalne (Dr. Peal'sl aeTerdtaap.
Doini. beat aar wacto. n.uu, Auanaa cut. auwu w v'..u, v.
For sale br T. H. Thomas. Druggist, sole agent. Bxck Island, 111.
7 Ti;nnu:i iiatj
We have about 50 Cloaks and 75 Trimmed
1 1 ats left, and in order to avoid packing
them away we would sell them at most any
price. Don't miss this opportunity.
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V J .lmsoo
P Mrvl MS
.la 1' 101 (i bell
A W l.il
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W A Giles...
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T KaUIiie... ......
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4 I'sViMlO. ....... ...
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A "tfrffon... .. -
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W Kynuids.... ...
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H M ret hew
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V Bufttino ..
J fhean ...
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G W t)ji.blad
A T nibrrlaae . ....
Itan K me
J -bn Scbaab
J Mi m. Carroll
C A McCulluiu
W H Dodg
M K lalebart
J t Lodee
K I Fuel co
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Sen Hllller. ..... ...
A Feb irkfr ... ....
n Atkinson .
A Bra" ......
K Hii Kent
1 5 1
M SOlXr If Eaa-tn 3 7n
60 ooto Vaiiey II Co "
60 MW B Graves .... 75
3 75 Pojpls Pow CO 10 U
Cbu Hastings... M M'Hudsot A Barker 3 15
An. ra-s .... &' witwjw row
Jarae Jobnaton !0 00 Mrs J K"tln 1
C ' Tro-wlale.... IS 5 4 Apple B oa Sn
M Con ri 4on wour4ve
C C Tclephote C. 11 S5!
.Tat Mukhy 51 16 R MansllI 5 30
Gw Newberrj.. 6 00 C V Minina- Co.. 5 0
Mr. M K an 1 36 eoDl l'irwer I O Z 46
T H Thomas.. . 20'C C ruesdale... 1180
K Kuabmann ..... B ,4S
Lab. r dit ro l.... ; 60 Din D- 1 CO
J A Murrln ..100 On C-rne A OblweUcr 3 S4
J w CavnrtauKb .. 78 50 V. nfcw Pi lot t'o... 6 0
Jnhn R llman Aft 00 It 1 Arvus 5 CO
M K Jlumn e wi feopie row to. j-
J..hn McNeat 45 00 CI y of Mollne ... 35 3
John Conwell. .... 45 on' Wsroock A K ilaU 1 80
. Wiukier ...... fiWliUWMrtT Co... 3 20
J MrNea I. 60 SO q Beardsley Cj 1 1 0
a nHiiMin. sum m rjinni iv
J F DindiDcer.... 75 C V Mmira-Cj MS 25
A Brady 7 60
Miry Sheehan 3 00
Street acmnt 493 'S.FIreD paitme'll 553 41
Total ....S 4.1J5 71
Werw k conat' 3 CO
rw'kexp'ae l.wa to
Ttal ... l.m 78
ll natrll'. ac 75 Nn S 107 11
Bridge IS 5ti o 3 17 OS
Contingent..... S '
Meaim .......... ou
H.I. on I livnM 7 75
Scale House &0W'i
Ucbl WOT W
FrintlDK mi uu
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Hal try 4h "surana total.... e.uz
PoUce SS7 86'
Sweenoy ft W...30 70 M. Bheeban 117 90
C. M. Sjbmitt.... 4 00
Bills of H. A. Weld, J. P., and W
A. Darling were referred respectively
to the police and street and alley
Alderman Kuschmann, from the
street and alley committee, submitted
a report recommending certain
trades. Report adopted on motion
of Alderman F. U. Schroeder.
Alderman Kuschmann submitted a
report favoring the ordinance for the
paving ol alleys except two, ommea.
Kcport adopted on motion of Alder
man F. H. Schroeder.
Alderman Bladel mored that the
bids for the paving improvements be
, . i . .i
Tne cier openeu cms ior me pav
iog and draining of Twelfth street,
with culverts, catcu oasins, etc , ex
tra. The bids aa to paving and oaro-
ing were as follows:
Flick & Johnston Construction Co.
Paving, Galesburg brick, SI. 20 per
tqnareyard; cnroing, oic per lineal
foot; resetting be.
H. L.. Wheclan raving, ualesburg
brick, tl.20; curbing 41c; resetting
Rockford Construction Co. Pat
ing Galesburg brick, . tl.14, Cock
Island $1 OS; curbing 45c; resetting
Edwards & Walsh Constrnction Co.
Paving. Galesburg brick $1.10;
curbing 46c; resetting 6c
Itelerred to tne street ana Alley
Committee and the Mayor, to report
at the next meeting, on motion ol Al
Flick & Johnston Constrnction Co.
ravine1 SI. 28; curbing 61c; re
W. Atkinson Paving $1. 21; curb
ing 50c; resetting luc
Bockiord construction co. rav
in? t!.10;curbing 45c; resetting 5c.
II. Li. Wbeeian raving (UMesDurg
brick) SI. 10; curbing 41c;resetting lc
Kd wards & Walsh Construction 3o.
Paving (Galesbnrg brick) 11.12;
carbine 46c; resetting 6c.
Alderman Corken moved that tne
contract be awarded to II. L. Wheelan
as the lowest bidder Alderman Foss
moved as a substitute to refer to the
street and alley committee and the
Mayor, to report at the next meeting.
Edwards cc Walsh Construction Co.
Paving (Galesburg brick) 11.09;
curbing 4Gc; resetting 6c.
W. Atkinson Paving Si. is, curo-
kU L Wheelan Paving fl.10;
OatllM mt What Baa Besw AceowipU'te
by the taiH' Boelaty. .
The Ladies' Industrial Relief so
ciety held its regular monthly meet
ing triday in tne rooms in tne oo.
school building, uunngtnemoninoi
Januarv, in the First ward seven fam
ilies were assisted 7 tons of coal, 5
pairs of new shoes, and clothing.
$2.25. In the Second ward 14 fami
lies were assisted groceries, $13.61;
8 sacks of flour, S glasses of jelly,
fruit, 50 cents; 5 tons of coal, 8 pairs
of new shoes, clothing, $25.40. In
the Third ward 10 families were as
sisted 5 tons of coal, groceries,
$4.03: 6 pairs of new shoes, clothing.
$4.25. In the Fourth ward 1 family
was assisted 1 ton of coal, 2 pairs
of shoes; clothing, 75 cents. In the
Fifth ward 9 families were assisted
9 tons of coal, 6 pairs of shoes, cloth
ing, $8.65; groceries, $12.07; 7 sacks
of flour. In the Sixth ward three
families were assisted 3 tons of coal.
4 pairs of new shoes, clothing, $5.25;
groceries, $1.43; 2 sacks of flour, and
meat, 15 cents, in tne seven in waru
four families were assisted 1 load
of wood. 3 tons of coal. 4 pairs of
shoes, clothing. $9.55. Total. 4
families assisted 33 tons of coal, 17
sacks of flour, groceries, $31.14; S5
pairs of new shoes, 1 load of wood
meat, 15 cents; fruit, 50 cents; 3 glass
es of jelly, clothing, $56.10.
The following donations have been
received since the first of October:
$100 from the Cobb estate, $25 each
from the following: J. P. Weyer.
hauser, Mrs. Ben Cable, Mrs. F. C.
A. Dcnkmann; $20 from Morris
Rosenfield, London Clothing com
pany; $15 from Phil Mitihell, a
friend, F. A. Head, F. C. Denkmann,
H. B. Sudlow, E. W. Hurst. Mrs.
William Jackson; $10 from F. C.
Lvnde. J. II. Wilson, Hartz & Balm-
sen, T B. Davis, Henry Curtis, J. F.
Robinson, Simon & Moscnfelder. S. S.
Davis, A. M. Blakesley, P. L. Mitchell;
$5 fromT. J. Robinson, J. S. Gilmore.
Hansgen & Bruchmann, Gilpin
Moore. Miss J. Cowden: $2. J. T.
Fiancis, William Roth, 11. F. Cordes
G. H. Kingsbury, C. Speidel, Bailev
& Beardsley, Hartz & Ulleniever; $1,
David Don, w. Q. wegus, t-rainion.
Dr. Magill, R. Donaldson, Mrs.
Tewksburv, Otto Grot ian, B. W inter;
50 cents, saloon; 50 cents, saloon;
merchandise. Coal Valley Mining
company- $2o, L. . Aicuaoe ?za, a
C. Dart $25. Mclntvre-Keck Co. flo.
John Volk $7.62; Rock Island Fuel
Co., 2 loads of wood; Dolly Bros.,
shoes. $3.25: groceries, value not
known, from Shields, C. Schneider.
Buncber, Smith, Ehleh, Moeller
Bros., Weckel & Passig, Hess Bros
Pfoh, Pettit, Mrs. F. C. A. Denk
niann. Mrs. Fred Dcnkmann, Mrs.
Dr. Truesdale and Range; vege
tables, groceries, bread, fruit, etc.,
from the schools and other friends.
but names not known; meat, from
Schroeder, Trcmann and Leknercr;
1 ton of coal from T. II. Ellis: mem
bership fees from First ward, $16.50;
from the feecond and ihird wards,
$48.20; Fourth ward, $49.50; Fifth
ward, $29; Sixth ward, $12; Seventh
ward, $54; from the nniou Thanks
giving s'ervice, $18.63; from the Ger
man Lutheran, $11; from o. 7
school, 65 cents; from No. 5 school.
50 cents; amount received in money,
$740.98; in merchandise, $115; total.
$855.98; amount expended from Oct.
1 to Feb. 1, $612.78. Donations in
clothing from the loudon Clothing
company, 40 undervests, 24 pairs of
socks, 19 pairs ol pants and o chil
dren's overcoats. From M. & K., 2
pair of shoes, 1 suit and some pants;
Jonas Bear, S undervests; clothing
from Mcsdames Crane, Kohn, Mills,
E. Iee. Barn hart, A. C. Dart, Mar.
quis, Bahnsen, AlcUandless, uilmore.
Goldsmith, Rose, Putnam, Mitchell,
Ferguson. Sudlow, Miss Condon and
other names not known: stove from
a friend; drugs from Otto Rudert,
$1.85; Nichols' express wagon and
two days work.
Bissell Carpet . Sweepers
Are known the world over. The firm make a
good many kinds, but they always, always
guarantee that their "Gold Medal" is the
best they make. JOHN T. NOFTSKER
has the exclusive sale of that. Price always
has been $3.50, but to make it interesting to
the public he has put the price at $2.75 an
unheard of price.
He has a few "Grand Rapids" to close out
Rogers Plated Knives.
Standard Plated Knives $1.90 per dozen.
At prices from 50c per pair to $6 per pair.
Good Goods Low Prices at
JOHN T, NOFTSKER,
Corner Third Avenue and Twentieth St.
You Can Make
No more useful or acceptable
present to anyone than a good
Mackintosh. We have a large
Stock of Ladies, Misses, Gentle
men's and Boys. Styles, Qualities
and Prices will surely please
vou, and now is the time to
make your selection.
Our Hot Water Bottles
Are the Best Made.
Remember your hor6e and buy
him a good Rubber Cover. It
will pay you.
Everything in Rubber at the
Rubber Store. pi?.ne
207 Brady street, Davenport.
Plagiarism Moat Diabolical.
A Davenport paper faked a column
of news from Tue Aitocs the other
day and distributed it over a page as
original news, thus violating the
newspaper laws of copyright and
EoclilordCont Co.-F.ue $IM; Uutttije. THE Ann W thou!
See our Fall
Andf Winter Suits.
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. ZIMMER;
Star Block, opposite Harper house.
"A HANDFUL OF DIRT MAY BE A HOUSE
FUL OF SHAME." CLEAN HOUSE WITH
- IT? www i7-r-,114W.2niStr
DCL ill V Z Davenport
JUST KI:C1IVKD a new line of 25c, 35c,
and 75c Caps. Just the thing for skating.
Labor pay leU Blke A- Mnrpby oh
o 1 0.3 i"' n t Aiaoo-- - tv -
K..!... SKI 05 Wm Ijon t 20
Frana 111 5 00 ias Ko 1
Alley Paring'. -
Harper a KoblcsonlS 50
Marshal! a r.aher 7 00 cbaa Fiebig 1 M1
C L Erster SO 00
Saloon U . ease Account,
i r DlnJinger 7
Scale Bouse Aocount.
Blake a Morphr eo
Peoil s"s Poirer Co 1 008 66
HIArtns 15 00 M B Eobl-son .. 9 00
Peoolei PowC.. sr Dei. 175
M.f 60MnH Goodaaa. 7 CO
I Hit. PL MitcbcU I
IM H Sexton 75 00! R C Heooa - 13 V
L Kramer. ....... wt M iv looer m
I J no Brenaan.. 60 sr EO Frxer Si 71
6S 00 People's Pow C 1
60 00 1 TH Tli -was 75
60 w Pt Brron t, A..- 23 00
M or. Wm Robh I M
b OOifaaitli A Huuae S V0
N4 fi w Aer.. 60
SO 8 Manaiil 1 Hi
60 SB C C IaleMkMai to
m van. .
I John Mulqueea.
Joha It n4er
Mick tt Jonnton uoni. uo. raving
(Galesburg Terra Cotta Co.) $1.2G
Referred to the Street and Alley
Committee and the Mayor to report
at the next meeting, oa motion of
Alderman Foss. from the Sewer
Committee, submitted an ordinance
for a system of sewers in the Seventh
ward, rusted by unanimous vote.
The Clerk read a letter from the
arn&cn International Telephone
Co., asking to have its name inserted
in a certain telephone ordinance in
stead of J. E. Crawford and asso
ciates. Referred to the Citv Attor
ney and Ordinance Committee on
motion of Alderman Kennedy.
Alderman Foss moved that the
Superintendent of Waterworks be
authorised to purchase a new smoke
stack lor the sewer pump. Adopted.
Alderman Kuschmann submitted
an ordinance establishing certain
grades in alleys between Fifteenth
and Twentieth streets. Passed by
Alderman Kuschmann reported the
ordinance providing for the paving
of alleys, at amended, rassea bj
Alderman F. H. Schroeder moved
that the Street and Alley Committee
make tests of the samples of brick
submitted, and report at the next
Adjourned to next Friday evening
on motion of Alderman Corken.
A. D. Huxsixg, City Clerk.
dered the undertaking for some years I
of furnishing the newa for all the!
papers in Rock Island, but it is not I
yet prepared to undertake the con-1
tract tor a Davenport paper. luard
ye well that the offense be not re. I
peated, ye brother of liawkeyedom.
'Don't 'Phale' to be There."
to the yours- girl wrote to her 1-vei by way of
a postscr'pt to an lntrrtAtioo. '-I'll br there," he
aaid to himvelf, "for there's no such word aa
phile' in 07 dictionary. Many s girl's health
m imieriled by functional rrrcgalaritlee at ber
crltiral period of life. That ia the time to take a
brief self-treatment with Dr. Pierce' Favorite
r rescript lua. It purifies and enriches the blvoj,
eires htaltby activ.ty to the kldnejs. stonach
bowels ami other orgaaa and insnres robust
b-altb. For nnralng mothers and debiiited, ran
down women generally. It H the most reliable re
storative tonic and most toothing nervine
knows. To those abort to become .othrrs it lc
a pr.ctleu boon, for it leasers toe pains sod
perils of ehilabinh. shortens labor, promotes aa
abundant secretiox of of nourishment for the
child and shortens the period of confinement.
Tax Collector's Xotlee.
The taxes for 1894 are now due and
payable at the county treasurer's of
fice in the court house. Tax payers
should bring last year's tax receipts
and avoid delay in searching for
descriptions. J. O. Fkeev,
The Abgcs. 10c a week, delivered
every evening at your door.
Children Cry for
larl vo PDPAM RALM CTesMiaes the Kmaml
EfaMuurrk, Allua I itiu l I ctlatnniatian. Heal.
ftrteSwr., lletor-. TaPte nilfl hmell, and f
4iies l-ii-l Mt oiu-o frolil
I its'-S '' the !:'ril. It it
ugLsts or by maj. LY tUOH,
, t W ( MV ZA 1
iWtk-Aa fclaalS. It-
tr rr r-,f
SA c d
Spring Curry Comb
Clock Spring Blarlc Soft as a BntrJi. !" its every Curve. The
JOnly Perfect Comb. I'scd by V. S. Artny and by Ifcirnum and
' Forcpaueh Circuses, and leading Ilitrscnicn of the World.
Ask your Dealer fr It. Sample mailed tk. Paul 2S ccnti.
Bee our nam, on iiv bamio. bPK15U Ct'KBI CCS a tO I0zLafa;clte!t.,BUth Brad, kdlaaa.
Mrs. S. Smith,
1805 Second avenue.
J0I111 Voile 3c Co.
Sash, Doors and Blinds,
And all kinds of
Woodwork for Builders
Siding. Ploerine, Wainacoatlag
tm stiect, kat tb aad Rk avs