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v a -a. -mj m-yj. jl yxvjjaj. 1.070.
Made in Doe-wah-jack,
Burns any kind of fuel.
They keep the fire all day and night.
Steady heat, clean and comfortable.
If you want the best, we sell it.
See the Name on the Leg.
-SOLD ONLY BY
JOHN T. NOFTSKER,
: Comer Third Ave. and Twentieth St. ' Rock Island, 111.
At 'cur Dealers. a
g Atfcn.A fvers & Company I
Full line of Furs. Caps.
Cloaks, Fur Lined Cloth
(iarments. Muffs, and
Repairing and orders
given prompt attention.
219-221 W. Second St
JOH M. PAHDOW. HERAT A. PABTDOIf
i pnnmorj a sow
(Painters and Decorators
; PAPES EAH3Z2S, CALOOiOKSSS. ite.
SHOP. 119 Smatoenth St. BOCZ XSLASD. ILL.
Incorporated Under the
RUCK ISLAND. ILL.
Per Cent Interest Paid on Deposits,
coney Loaned oa Personal Collateral or IReal I state Security.
3 U firman. Prident
. Jim Cacaacan. Vim p'rtldnt.
Jl'IM anlna Jalyt, too, Md areoDV tha
t. g. cor. HilcWl lAula .fi;, bulSS.
C F Lynda,
H P Ball.
K W Hunt,
Jacuoa A Hcbjt, Solicitor.
J M Bnford.
SEIVERS & ANDERSON
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
All kind, of carpenter
Office and Shop 721 Twelfth street
O antral Johbtag dona mi tbort notlce
and Mtlafactlon WUK
barn o7t.m wd.,u - .'V- .T . , TSv: ,r
- SiV-J'?'' dniH and M of mo Uw t a-
I,,. LT - irrV", aTiM. to qutraiy aum: l
Sii2tik2J!2i . ;Eal " Hta wia1r.l.i
1 . tmrnmrnrnwommmw aara
For sale bj liarta Ullemerer, 301 Twentieth street.
omcial Procardia (a of Last Xicat'a City
Citv Council. Koo, Rock Island.
Oct. 22. The Coo ceil met in regular
semi-monthly session at 8 P. 11. ,
Mayor Knox presiding and all the
aldermen present. The minutes of
of the last regular session were read
Mr. F. P. Blair was heard in behalf
of the project for a second bridge
across the Mississippi river, and right
of waj for approachos to its terminus
at or near Sixth street, and submitted
an ordinance covering the desired
privileges, which was read by the
Clerk. Mr. George Lamont addressed
the Council ia opposition to any ad
ditional track oa the levee that will
interfere with steamboat business. A
recess was taken to examine a pro
file and then Alderman Foss moved
that the ordinance be referred to the
Ordinance Committee and that the
Council meet next Tuesday afternoon
to go over the ground. Carried.
The Clerk lead a communication
from Mayor Swift, of Chicago, invit
ing the citizena to join in a northern
states' excursion to the Atlanta Ex.
position. Received and placed on
file, on motion of Alderman Kennedy.
Alderman Scbreiner, from the
Sawer Committee, submitted a report
as to the Seventh ward sewer which
was adopted and a recess was taken
to examine an incomplete profile of a
storm drain prepared by Engineer H.
G. Paddock, who on reassembling
read his specifications. Theenginear
was directed to submit a completed
prclile and estimate of cost at the
next regular meeting, on motion of
Alderman Surman, from the
special committee cn the claim of J.
li. Zimmer, reported in favor of al
lowing t40 in full in all demands.
An amendment makingthe amount t20
rejected. 2 to 12, and the report of
committee was adopted 12 to 2
Alderman Maucker offered a reso
lution instructing the Street Super
intendent to liil a depression on
Thirteenth street between Fifth and
Sixth avenne. Adopted.
Alderman Schneider offered a reso
lution giving Charles Hansgea per
mission to build a frame addition to a
barn, to be covered with corrugated
Alderman Kennedy called for in
formation as to the status of the
alley paving case, and Citv Attorney
Haas reported a motion to set aside
the verdict of the jury pending in the
County Court. Alderman Kennedy
moved that the City Clerk be in
structed to notify the contractor to
proceed with the work at once. Al
derman Pender moved as a. snbsti
tute that the matter lay over until
Judge Adams rules, and on further
consideration motion and substitute
Alderman Kenned submitted an
estimate of the cost of layinz side-
II.- S . I , 0
wii. in me oevenm waru.
Alderman Foss submitted an ordi
nance amending the Seventh ward
sidewalk ordinance by striking out
Biuewams. since constructed, rassed
by unanimous vote, on motion of
Alderman Kennedy. -Alderman
Kennedy's report of esti
mate of cost of laying sidewalks was
amended by increasing the item of
court costs $100 in view of possible
litigation, and the estimate adopted
dt unanimous vote.
'Alderman Foss offered an ordi
nance for the construction of side
walks in the Seventh ward. Passed
by nnanimonn vote.
Alderman Fois offarad a rpnninUnn
directing proceedings in the County
Ccnrtonthe Seventh ward sidewalk
Alderman Dauber offered a resolu
tion authorizing Alderman Maucker
to build a t frame cottage on lot 6,
Thompson ft Wells1 addition. Adop.
The aldermen of the Fourth ward
were instructed to inform J. R. .fnhn.
ston that the city will refill his walk
to graue ana replace tne Dries pro
vided he will fill dirt in his lot to
support the sidewalk filling, on Mo
tion of Alderman Schreiner.
Alderman Foss offered a resolution
for an incandescent light on Thir
tieth street and Tenth auenue. Re
ferred to the Fire and Ligbt Commit
tee on motion of Alderman Schneider
The bond of John Bender as Deputy
Marshal wss accepted on motion of
Alderman Kennedy offered a reso
lulion authorizing the Street Super,
intendent to expend t".5 on Twenty
srrenth street between Eighth and
Ninth avenues. Adopted unani
Biously. The" bond of Richard Carses as pa
trolman was approved.
The Clerk read a rwtitinn rnm ik.
People's Power Co. for leave to open
paveu sireeis. u raniea.
The Clerk read a rtitinn from rn..
idents of Blanding's addition asking
that Twenty-fifth street. Ninth and
Thirteenth avenues be Disced in a
passable condition. Referred tn th
Street and alley committee.
The Clerx read 1 conmnniniin.
from G. W. Babcock and Win;
Jackson offering to lsy water pipes
to certain honsea in Coin m hi P.n,
and take pay in water at regular
rates. Referred to the Waterworks
The Mavor called attention n .
clauce in the draft of a contract with
the Rock Island Brewing r.n k.
which the ompany in effect cets its
jc per mousana gallons, the
price of pumping. Aldermen Mauck
er. Schroeder and Foss
anderstandiog to be that the water
for the brewerv was to ba taken
of the general mains and deducted
from the amount for which charge
for pumping ia made. The matter
was referred to the Mayor and Water
works Committee on motion of Al
Adjourned till tomorrow afternoon
at 2 o'clock on moton of Alderman
A. D. Huesixg, City Cletk.
Reidy Bros, sell property.
Reidy Bros, for general insurance
Call on E. B. McKown for hard and
soft coal and hardwood.
Remember Detjens when you have
a rcai estate transaction.
Hard ' wood cnt in an v length at
McKown's yard. Fifteenth street and
Mrs. Christina Linek has returned
home to Oskaloosa, Iowa, after a
visit with relatives.
Henry McKinstry is here from El
gin, where he is following his old
vocation as restaurant caterer, on n
visit to relatives and old acquaint
Division No. 4 nf the ll.-irt T!anA
County Teachers' association is to
meet at raynoias uet. 2t, when an
instructive program is to be presented.
John Cox. of 405 Fortv
street, had the nalm of his left hant
11 . - ..... n
uauiy cut ana nis little nnger split
uy ueing caugm in me macninery 01
the Svlvan steel works, where he is
A branch of the new or.dcr, the
Princes of Irene, is to be formed in
mock Island, Laj Pfau having the
commission to institute the lodsre.
Lee is the right kind of a hustler to
undertake such a task.
Mrs. Catharine Hassett aied in
DavenDOrt Suddav nio-ht. acreil Rfi
years, typhoid fever being the fatal
mini em. rour cniuiren survive:
Martin and Patrick J., engineers on
the Rock Island and C, M. & St. P.,
and Mrs. Cornelius Honn-h and Mrs.
Maj. J. M. Beardsley. Mr. and
Mrs. W. P. Quavle. Sheriff and Mr.
F. C. Hemenwav and Mr. and XIra
C. B. Knox are 'attending the reunion
of veterans of the Tenth cocptos-
sional district at Galva. An effort
will be made to have the next re
union in Rock Island.
Fred Kellerstrass. for th ree tmn
connected with the local offices of the
United hxpress company, has been
promoted to a railroad messenger
ship between Chicago and Des
Moines on the Rock Island for the
same company. Fred is a hustler
and deserving of this advancement.
Thomas Small will succeed as depot
Robert Bennett, Jr., has made a
record for himself as a fisherman
probably unsurpassed by anyone in
these parts. Every morning be
tween the hours of 4 and C for the
past four weeks he has been perched
on the ferry dock with pole in hand,
but not once did a member of the
finny tribe even come near enough
to disturb his line. n
Detective George R. Smith has
commenced suit against Charles
George, supervisor for Cordova
township, for services in the Mar
tens case, claiming that Mr. George
assured him that he would receive
remuneration for his services. lie
asks $100 for the work done. Attor
ney C. J. Searle is defending and At
torney Allen represents Mr. Smith.
An Kscellent Restaurant.
Pearson's Fifth avenue restaurant,
at 2730 Fifth avenue, is now pre
pared to serve the public to the best
possible advantage. Delicious home
cooking coupled with neatness and a
desire to please its patrons, are its
claims for preferences. A day and
night lunch counter is run in
connection that is also up to the
standard. Give it a trial.
Cloaka, Capra and Jacket..
We receive dailr nevr and .loirani
styles of ladies' capes and jackets, as
.n , 1 . , J . .
m uiisaes aim cniiuren s cloaks
and iackets. Our nrices in Kw
partment are the same as in all other
departments which are the lowest in
a 1. : . - . ... ....
mc lura vines, quality ine best.
Rheumatism Cared In a Day.
"Mystic Cure" for rhematism and
neuralgia enres in 1 to S davn. It
action upon the system is remarka
ble and mysterous. It removes at
once the canse. and the disease
immediately disappears. The first
uuse greatly relieves, ia cents. Sold
oy yjno uroijan, uruggist, Kock Is
land and Gust. Schlecel & Snn Hn
west Second street, Davenport.
Licensed to Wed.
19 Victor E. Nelson. Mi sa Anni
21 William L. Straw. Mi F.mma
Albrecht, Port Byron.
.tarl B. beorge. Miss Margaret E.
Samnel L. Hirsch. La Pnrte Tnt
Miss Clara Cohn, Rock Island.
Woman Maka the Beat Teacher.
when they are well, but being on
meir leei ana going up and down
stairs cause derangements, which nn-
dermine strength, patience and tact.
Zoa-Phora cures all such derange
ments. Sold by T. H. Thomas and
Marshall & Fisher.
Do Not bo Impoaed On.
Always insist on gettin? Foley's
Honey and Tar, as it is positively,
absolutely and unqualifiedly the best
cough medicine. Accent no substi
tute. For sale at M. F. Bahn sen a
Children Cry for
Liver and Kidney
IT HAS a marvelous effect on the stom
a ach. liver anri Knwle t . .
them to healthy action. It increases the
iT TV j t"on,oies oigcstion, enriches
the blood and rives new life and vir,,r
to the whole body. It is the best nerve
ionic Known. Sold by druggists or sent
by mail on receipt of price. Trial size
5 cents lor 35 doses.
Dr. Kay's Renovator
SEND FOR CIRCULAR.
Address, Western Office, . .
Dr. B. J. KAY MEDICAL CO.,
620 S. 16th Street, Omaha, Neb
T. H. Thorn, drufgl.t, sole agent.
' LATEST NOVELTIES IN
DICE DEW FALL GOOES
OAK BR KM AT
E. F. DOR.V,
The New Merchant Tailor.
1822 SECOND AVE
Ear per Hou-e Blcck
HIGHEST OTTAIXTY OF ALL.
' Hartford, Coaa.
' BAN FRANCISCO
An Art "
of the;e famous wheels
and of Hart for?. (l
t&ajree at any Colum
bia Agency, or mailtd
for two a-cent stamps.
M AVE you f fasted your
1 1 eyes upon the beauty ,
and trace of the 1895
Columbus ? Have you
tested and compared 1
them with 'all others?
Only by such testing can 1
you know now fully the ,
Columbia justifies its
proud title of the Stand-'
ard for the World. And 1
the price is but
Made a well
' m mrtmw a.
PRODI. CM THE AJKVNB
BWI LTft la BO I VTH.
Npttou iifla3eUH.9. Pail in? Uemorw
iunt. etc.. caueu by pajt abu;rc, RivM Jcrur auid m
k ana quu'iciv mit surely rcitorea
IeM MsnliMtl in old or yotiug. aaily carrirtl in vest
pock?t. Frivel-Oiiafw-katro. Hiifur.irith
mritirti gntafmiite-eB t ftr mr mmmt jntmmtiU Don't
frataran imitation. Lilt insist on Luviiv ixnaiint
yordrainriKth.'ia not pot It.ve will neud it tireDmid.
SOLD U the Harper House Dmi Pharmacy
- -'. a a-- vj win, "wienaeiuiL
MOLNE, ILL., and other leading druggista
WE HAVE OVER 100
Bed Eoom Sets
To dispose of this week at the extremely
low price of $12.50 each.
These sets are well made, double tops, new style
base and well finished. Besides this we have
a great many other bargains in sets at equally
W. S. HOLBROOK,
Nos. 103, 1G5 and 107 East Second street
Barnum Once Remarked:
"Most People Like
to be Humbugged."
m? nCV" Cpt a IIat an,! Mcn'a Farnlabidjr Store, or he never
would have said that. A much truer saying was once uttered
"Honesty is the
And that is what I ain strong on.
HONEST GOODS, HONEST VALUES.
HONEST PRICES, HONEST ENDEAVOR.
See what we have in Winter Underwear. Trices never so Low.
The Hatter and Furnisher.
1 7 14 Second Avenue.
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 Mo
line avenue by Telephone.
Call for Rock Island
Brewing Co. Beer.
Plumbers,-Steam, Gao Fittera.
House Beating and Sanitary Plnmbin. Basement Bock Island Nat. Bank
Dr. Peal's Pennyroyal PHIo
oaut. Btat Tware. tlM. aji " . .
For ;ale at Harper House Pharmacy, Bock Island, ilL