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Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
nml Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, "Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its guarantoo is thirty years use by
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays
fevcrishness. Castoria prevents vomiting1 Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach,
ami bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria. is the Children's Panacea tho I lother'a Friend.
Castoria Is an cxct-llcnt mpdieina for chil
dren. Mothers have repeatedly told me of its
cool effect upl'n their children."
Dh. G. C. OeaooD,
' Castoria ia the best rerae.ly for children of
-!:u-li 1 n:i acquainted. I hope the day U net
fur dW-ai't v. hen mothers will consider the real
Inter .'t of their children, and use Castoria in
svaii of the various quack nostrums which are
destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, B.Kthing syrup and other hurtful
arnts down their throata, thereby Bending
the m to premature grave."
DR. J. F. KrNCBSXOB,
" Cvtoria is so v.-t-ll c laptcd to chKdren thnt
I r-vo!uinend i: as superior toany prescriptica
known to lue."
II. A. AucHBit, M. D.,
Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
" Our physicians ia tho children's depart
ment have spoken highly of their experi
ence in their outside practice with Ctoria,
ni:d although we only have aniosg eur
medical supplies what ia known as regular
products, yet we are free to confess that the
merits of Castoria has won us to look with,
favor upon it."
Vnitxd Hospital and Dispkmsaky,
Alltn C. Surra, Pres.,
The Cntanr Company, T7 Murray Street, New York City,
Telephone 1098. 231 Twentieth street.
K. G. Hudson
M J. Parkkr.
HUDSON & PARKER,
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS,
Ail kinds of Carpentering promptly attended to. Estimate.
lar-nsi.ea nen osirea.
Shop cot First ave ard seventeenth Rock lelanti.
Iiova hpr ;nn nirelv clothed the vear
ic iiiiAiuuo i"'v ww. - j j
around. But especially is she desirous of having
him comfortably dressed when the autumnal tints
announce the close approach of winter. The
Daily Argus has determined to relieve the solici
tude of some one mother in Rock Island regard-
. . i r i
ing the wearing apparei oi ner:un
for the coming cold weather. But
he who wears the clothes must
win them. This is the way he
can secure them: By soliciting
subscribers for The Daily Argus.
To the boy who brings to this
office prior to November 1st, 1892,
the greatest number of the ap
pended subscription order blanks,
signed and filled out by a respon
sible person not already a regular
will be given a suit of clothes:
THE DAILY ARGUS,
1RG US OFFICE, City:
Please have the DAILY ARGUS delivered g
to me at
until further iwtice.
Boys, here is a chance to earn a suit of
clothes easily. Let every enterprising boy strive
for the prize.
NOTICE TO CONTESTANTS Subscriptions for
this contest will only be counted when handed in on
one of the above blanks. None will be printed except
those appearing n THE DAILY ARGUS. If the paper
received at your home does not furnish enough blanks
orders, your neighbor will undoubtedly allow you to
clip this essential matter from his.
Who will be the first to send in a name?
Regular Monthly Meeting
EOTTTINE BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
The License Committee Reports on the
Stewart Ferry Franchise Which Is Laid
Over A Recommendation of the Fire
and Light Committee Laid on the Table
The Monthly Urlut of BUls and Labor Pay
Roll Looked After The Official Report.
OFFICIAL REPORT. 1
City Council. Rtoics, Rock Island,
III, Osl. 3, 1892 The council met in
regular roonU ly session at 8 p. m.,
Mayor McConochie presiding, and all the
numbers present. The minutes of the
last regular meeting were read and ap
proved. City officers' reports for the
month of September were read and or
dered placed on tile.
Aid. Iletter, from the bridge commit
tee, moved tbat the bids for painting the
city's bridges be opened by the clerk and
The same were as follows:
P J. Lee Bridge No. 1, $143; No."
2, 1 80; No. 4. $118; one coat of paint
and linseed oil with privilege to select
patent paint at same price.
George A.. Murrel), 6gent for the U. 8
Paint Co Bridge No. 1. $70; No. 2. 565;
No. 4, $65, or a total of $175.
On motion of Aid. Bladel the contract
was awarded to the U. S. Paint Co. as
the lowest tii'der.
Aid. Johnton, from ti e claims com
mittee, reported on the claim of John L.
Bean for damages sustained by over
flow of basement, stating that the city is
not liable in the premises. Repoit re
ceived and filed.
Aid. Knox from the finance commit
tee, reported the audit of the n o th ?
bills, and offered an ordftiar.ee allowing
the same, which was unanimously adop
ted to the amount as follows:
Labor ay roll HP Lamp 77 00
No 1 244 25 John Brnhn 1150
Labor pay ro.l Wm Fetkel 810
No 2 15 15 Kobt Wall 4 65
Labor par roll 11 O Paddock 30 25
No S 201 SO Weyerh'scrADenH 67 04
L bor pay roll J W Ftewart 8 49
No 4 147 SO J Volk A Co 944
R 1 LU & Mfg Co. 20 17 (TP Tindall 8i0
THIRD ATIMUI iCCJCTT.
t A BOH PAT BOJ.T .
Labor nay ro'.l R I L MfeCo 4 64
No 1 $33 05 K B NcKown 7 CO
Labor mr roil 3 V, Stewart 50
No ... 85 00 J Vol k A Co 9 20
LalMir pay roll D Daily 25
No 8 39 55
TITTH IVESn ACCOUNT.
Labor pay roll R I L & MfgCo. ... 17 16
No 1 $ 23 70 K D Mchovm 3U
Labor pay roll H O Paddock .... 15 l
o. .......... si yu 4 " piewHTi ...... i vi
Labor Day roll JVo'.k&Co H 80
No 8 5 25 -
si. win Accorxt.
Labor pay roll No 4 67 90
No 1.. ?15 IISiLCA Mfg Co 7 73
Lsbor pay roll J Vo k & Co 14 85
No S 25 SO Davis Co Id 25
Labor pay roll W P Tindall 8 00
No 8 25 20 MW tattlea 4 75
I a bor pay ro'.l
rcsLic kjcaub accocbt.
T.nhor rr roll Labor Day roll
No, 1 S3 05 No 4 90 CO
Lnlnr nay roll r avis Co 124 1.
No. 85 45 fram McConnell.... 8 00
Labor pay r 11 John Spilger 1380
No. 8 52 25 cns E.ngei is wj
Labor nay roll J Prvce . ... 6 70
No 3 13 00 Wevcrh 4 Denkm 77 70
Hnrocr A KobVa. 25 00 J W Siewart 2 63
J Crist 4 50
T ay roll B F Knox 20 00
WmEnnifkill 86 MS Fred B ilflrjger ....
B Brahra 50 00 K Col ! r
J D Collier W) 00 John Gibcon
K Herraarjn 50 iNl Smith A Hanee
C J Ram?kill 50 ' 0 Ili-nry D :rt' Sons.
Chas Hastings to 00 H.irtz A Batansn..
J Itipine 50 (0 CU Tcliphoi e Co.
A Sasa 50 00 RC Benson
J Mu cahy 50 CO C Speiili 1
H lietter 50 00 J w Mewart
do mm A 8a'zmann5) 00 V.chl Kite L Co
Co 8 42 C Dumbonld ,
... 18 05 Wm Dickman
... 2 30 R Trtnam & Son.
. 81 25 M Kautz
64 58 A Etzei
. 56 25 C R 1 A P R R
. . 58 -25 Wm Class
.. 5 25 Wm Ferkel
56 2o Jas Hardin
. 56 25 H I tias Co
.. 56 25 Kobt Wall
.. 56 25 J W htewart
. 56 25
C U Teh peone
K C Benton....
William Glass. .
O. orce Iletter. .
K 1 Gaa Co 14 S5 Cramp'on A Co.
Mrs Goodman .... 7 50 Robert Kochler. ..
F Protar 13 75 Wm Don
Robert Wall 8 2ft H Meese 85 00
j w Stewart 1 SO Gto b'oiander 18 66
Gro-tre L fivsier .. 62 00 R Kochler 16 10
Thos" Green 78 Oi Gi-o Green 8 00
Wm Ons'.ey 73 00 W A D 18 67
J Kinney 73 00
Mcht Elc 1 ight Co 800 90
TOCBT2BNTB ATKJtOl ACCCUST.
H G Pafldock 8 50 Sweeney A Walker 1000
THIBTEEjrrU-yOCItTBKKTn STBEET llWIg.
Sweeney 4 Walker 6 60
1WBN1IITB STREET AOOOfHT.
R I Arna 89 00 Rock Islander 20 00
TE1BTIBKTH BTfcJ 1T4IW1B.
RIArgns 8 00
Rock Islander BOOR I Argus 6 00
Wm McCot.ochle.. 100 00 Dan Corken 78 00
U bt Kochler 1(0 00 K G Fickenscbcr 63 00
J L Hbss 66 66 V I auber 63 00
J9 Blaisdell 66 66 A D llnefil:g 78 OU
W L Sweeney 45 CO C K Evans 75 00
Phil Mitchell 8 83 B F Knox 69 00
C F B ade! 72 ( 0 Wm Kennedy.... 7800
A A Johnson 75 00 Wm Pchroeder.... 69 00
John O Hotter ... 7s 00 E H Guy. r 46 00
Henry Kinner.... 66 00 A E Nelson 87 00
WATERWORKS DE! ABTMBKT.
Labor v roll Holly Mrr Co Ml 44
faNo. 1 146 25 Davis A Co 64 48
Labor pay roll K H Kellng A Oo.. 26 50
No. 2 102 80 Mcts Light Co 10 00
labor pay roll I N Hooper 10 00
' No 8 186 CO I Thompson H 00
Labor pay roll F K Robbing.... 10 00
No 4. 116oHShcnck 10 00
John A Mnrrin... 100 00 M K Mnrrin. 40
T J Reddle 72 50 J Lanermann .... 4 90
John Kttson 65 00 Dan Daly 6 00
E Wilchcr . .. CSOOlikuirk 3 15
Wm Coughlin 45 00 Downing Bros.... 8 50
Victor Beck 45 00 C R I A P K R. .. 8 15
WmRcdc.ig 50 00 J W Btt-wart 125
C V Mining Co... 662 55 RI L Mfg Co... 154
Baker A Holism n 28 C Greaser 45 00
BJIC apittlatiob .
Street A Alley - 13th-14th str sw 25 80
ford $1,028 42 Light 90
Contingent .... 27 50 J alary 1,849 65
Third Ave 128 19 Wat. rworks.. .. 2.V7526
Fifth Ave 118 48 Pnb ic Square 464 12
Svwer .. 1C9 9J 14th avenue ... 16 50
Mre . ins 88 13th and 14lh Bt 25
Pnira ... 777 76 20th street 49 00
Health'.'.. 378 98 Printing 13 00
OIHm ...... 48 65 "
Bridge..!'." 13S 53 Total 18,250 15
The following bilU were aUo allowed:
Road commi?si jner cf Bouth Rock Isl
and. $44 15; Edwards A Walsh. S3: M.
Yeibary, f 18 60
Bills were referred: M. Yerburv.
413 65 balance of contract, on Seven
teenth street sewer, to finance committee
and city attorney; Davis Co, $1. to park
Aid . Kncx from the finance committee.
being called upon to make a report on
the purchase of a street sweeping ma
chine, asked further time, which was
Aid. Corken, from the fire and light
committee, submitted a report r. com
mending the allowance of $6.25 per
month to each fireman in addition to
their regular salary. Aid. Bladel moved
to lay the same on the taole. Motion
carried by the mayor's casting vote, as
Huefin?, Evans, Kennedy, Nelson 7.
Aid. Corken from the Aire and light
committee, recommended the allowance
of $5 per month additional to the drivers
of the teams of the fire department. Aid.
Bladel moved to lay the same on the
table. Motion lost, as follows:
Ayes Bladel, Kinner, Uuesine;. Evans,
Schroeder. Ouyer 6
Noes Johoson. Uetter. Corken, Fick
enschtr. Dauber, Knox, Kennedy, Nel
Aid. Corken moved that f 5 additional
py be allowed per month to drivers.
Motion lost by the mayor's casting vote,
Ayes Corken, Hetter, Johnson,
Firkenscher. Dauber, Evans, Nelson 7
Noes Blade), Kinner, Iluesing, Knox,
Kennedy, Schroet'cr, Guyer, Mayor 8.
Aid. Corken moved tbat the captain of
the fire department be allowed 5 per
month additional pay . Declared out of
order by the mayor, as no captain has
been recognized as such by the council
in the fire department. Oiher sundry
matters of the fire department were re
ferred to the next meetins
Aid. Nelson, from the license commit
tee, submitted ;he following report on
Col. Stewart's ferry petition:
Yoir committee to whom was re
ferred the petition of S.N. Stewart would
report favorably upon the following con
ditions: To provide one boat of suffi
cient capacity to carry four loaded teams
and 100 passenger; snid bo it to be pro
vided with proper cibins to protect pas
sengers Irom the weather, to be kept neat
and well lighted aud properly hoand
waiting rooms; said nocks to be also pro
vided with sidewa ks seven feet in width
leading thereto from the nearest side
walks; said sidewaik, approaches and
docks to be kept well netted. Boats to
begin running at 5:30 a. m. and to con
tinue until 11 p. m , and between the
hours of 7 a. m ard8p. m. to make
trips every 15 minu'es.
If at any time the city council consid-
r the traffic sufficient to require addi
tional boats or boats of larger capacity.
the right is reserved to so lequire
The richt is aHo reserved to regulate
the t tne duriog wnich service shall be
required and the frtq imce of the trips
and in all matters to provide whatever
convenience, comforts and safeguards as
the council tuall from lime to time deem
rccessary to protect the public interests.
Ltctne to te $100 for one year. Bend
to be provided ia the sum of $5,000 to
comply with conditions and ordinance.
C F. Pladkl. A. E. Nelson,
V. Dacbkr. A. Johnson.
A. D. Uuksing, E. II Outer,
Aid. Evans moved to lay the report of
the committee over under the law; sec
oided by Aid. Coihtn, and the same was
l ikl over Rccordicgly.
Aid. Bladel, from tre ordinance com
mittee, reported an orcinarcs grunting a
ferry franchise to S N. Siewart. On
tr.otio' of Aid. Knox, the same was laid
t ver under the law
Aid. Guyer moved tbat tbs ordinance
committee and city attorney be instructed
to draft a general ordinance for the oper
ation of ferry boats between this city and
Davenport, snd to embody some of the
recommendations of the license commit
tee on the ques'ion. Motion adopted.
Aid. Bladel reported an ordinance es
tablishing grades in Geo. Redman's ad
dition. Referred to the street and alley
committee on motion of Aid Hucsiag
Also an ordinance et-t bliai irg grade9
on Thirtieth street t.O'i'h of Seventh ave
nue, which was laid over under the rules
on motion of Aid. Qucsing, seconded by
Aid. Bladel reported sn ordinance for
the lm. rovement of Fourth avenue from
First to Twenty-fourth street, ar.d Tvren-ty-fourth
street irom Third to Fifth ave
ones with one course of paving btick. the
cost of wbizh is approximated at (80,
700. Aid. Ecox moved that the same
be laid over until plans and sp ciQca'ions
for the wotk were submitted to the coun
cil by the 6 tree t and a'.ley commi.tee a
ordered. Motion adop'ed.
On motion of AM. Knox the council
adjourned until Monday evening test.
Robert Koehi.ek City Clerk.
A Druggist Talks.
Will F. Crawford, druggist at Des
Moines, Iowa, sajs it is remarkable the
way Cubeb Cough Cures tells, that his
customi ra t-peak c f it in the highest terms
of prait-e One man - in particular who
has been troubled
years, never round
used Cubeb Cough
stopped it at ot-ce.
tale to recommend
with bronchitis for
nuy relief until be
Cure. lie savs it
He does not besi
it for all throat and
We are Down
On high, prices because hich prices
will ruin any buisiness- Customers
hate thsxn worse than they nate tne
measles and won't come where they
are- We are not going to buy nice
goods and mark them at a prise that
will keep you A w AY, on th contrary
we put prices on them that will BRING
YOU IN if you are a judge of good
values. Depend upon it that the prices
on our goods is never a high price. The
figures we put upon an article is simply
a statement cf its exact value and worth
every cent of the price asked.
Try nsjnst once- ,
307 Twentieth Street.
Cook and Heating
Best Assortment. Lowest Prices.
OUR FALL STOCK OF
Lace and Chenille Curtains
SAVE YOUR DOLLARS,
Buy from us Parlor Suits, Easy
Chairs, Cane Seat Chairs, Couches
Lounges, Sideboards, Parlor and
Dining Tables, Bedroom suits,
Springs and Mattresses, in fact
everything to furnish your home.
Easy Payments at Cash Prices.
CHAS. A. MEOK,
322 Brady Street, Davenport, Ia.
Closed at 8 except Saturdays, at 10.
Heating and Ventilating Engineers,
Gas and Steam Fitting,
A complete line of Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing Hose?
Fire Brick, Etc. Largest and beet equipped
establishment west of Chicago.
DAVIS BLOCK, Moline, HI. j 112, 114 "West Seventee nth st.
Telephone 2053. I Telephone 1148. Rock island
Residence Telenhono 1 160
INCORPORATED UNDER THE STATE LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
BOOK ISLAND, ILI,
Open daily from 9 . m. to p. m., snd Saturday evenin gs from 7 to S o'clock.
Five per cent interest paid on Deposits. Monev loaned on Personal, Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security
P L. MITCHELL. Fro. T C. DSNS MANN, Vice-Fret. j. JS. BUFORD, CaeniM.
T. L Mitchell. B P. Reynolds, F. C. Denkisann. JobTi Crobancn. H. P. Hull,
Phil Mitchell, L. Simon, B. W. Hsret, J. M. BoforO.
Jacksos A HrasT, Solicitors.
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Ak Yonr Orocer for Thr m.
They are IVga.
The Ciriity "Ot stir" atd Christy "WiMv"
ROCK ISLAND BUGGY CO,
It will pay yen
To get our
Low Pi ices
Factory and Ware rooms on 16th atreet, bet. la! and d btc
Retail Trade eepecially aolictted.