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THE AliGUK TUESDAY. FKBIIUARY 7, 18H3.
HAPPY NEW YEAR
- -nptccd to any victim of alcoholism who takes
The Morrell Cure.
o sore arms. No lay off from work. All other
UK All if f
CS SiiriLLv I lilt- uuviai naiui, m iauuaiLO ui
;,r0r during treatment and permanent improvement
Buford Block, Rock Island,
l'ostoffice Mock, Moline.
Hibernian building, Davenport.
Communication and treatment confidential. Send
t.r circulars and testimonials.
ommencino- Saturday. Feb. 4th
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We have finished invoicing, and find we have
ioo many shoes, especially Ladies and Chil
dren's, so we take this method to reduce
stock. Choice of any Ladies' or Child's
shoe in the house (nothing excepted) at 20
per cent off.
Slippers included in this sale.
1622 Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
One tint's stylish, honest and true,
fecial Ladies' department.
Jw'H-A -1 4-' -
F 1 ri II
ilOJi w. Second St., Davenport.
tone 1098. 231 Twentieth stnmt.
Kt-golar MonthlyMeittng of the Municipal
Assembly I. ant Night's Session Business
of Importance Transacted.
City Council Koom, Rock Island.
Feb. 6' The city council uti in regular
semi-m jiuhly session i 8 p. m.. Mayor
Ms. Ootiochie i resiiiiuK and til tbe aider
men prcst-nt. The minutes of trie last
in' cut g wi re read and approve!. Offl
crrs' n ports for the monb of Jinuarv
re resr) ard crd: rtd placed cn file.
AI'l. Ht-tur, from the bridge commit
tee, reported rdve'tely to the proposition
to buiM a bridge lit the present litiie.
Keporr r- eeived hud pi iced on file.
Ad Knox from the fi ioee comra t -te
repir'efi n ordi''anee hieh wg
nnsn'mouslf Kd.ipud. Nllovin; billB oui
of tte vnriom city fu;d as follows:
'm R.mskill ... B6 6 Kredlli flnget.... 1260
BBr.ilim Ml (XI John i-tbson 7 H
.1 D t. oilier MMKI K Collins 5 30
Henry Herman.. 50 00 Henry Dart Soi.s 4 55
C J Kamskitl .. . 5H0I Geo M L H S'ey... 4 40
has iint ngt... 50 00 K I Fu :1 C 400
Jmiil Kepine ... . BO 00 M. pn O'ConBor . 8 00
Aus;Sas 60 Oil J W Stewart.. ... 15
J:ig Ml.lChhy... . 5000 !U Tel. C 10H1
Ilenrv lletter SOOOBiniih Hanse.. 2 00
ieo Fhutc iffc. 1 1 .10 Union l'rin Co... 500
Elec Ligl;t Co. .. 10 00 M b lec Light u.. 11 10
O V 1 el. Co 9 87 P II l.ime Aesn.. . S6 T5
I'ii '1 Miller bi 25 T H Kll s 7 5i
I. Kramer 64 58 A tlx it Button 10 (0
Ailolph Carlcon... FtHSTi Ueo W After f 70
vni ' la-M 5'i-.'5 .1 ; IumII 55!i
l.e.i flutter 56 3i Thomas Mnart. ... S0
lieo Luuz 5tl5 Ulem n & !al7. 2'0
Jno Mn gii cn S-iir, Smifh H. u-e 16
J'O.yln b 56 SS KTrennnia'i 4 5
Chas Moody 6 i5 K IS McK-wu 7 60
S liumbold 56 Mmx Kautz Sou
And K-nel 56 00 Union i rim Co.... 8i0
W m Die. icau 5 i 00
ofp.c: cc l)NT
P L Mitrbe'.l 175 01 (Jen II Ki-irsl'urv i (Mi
Mr Moo in u 6(,i Krcu WolniHim.. 100
I(obt Ko lilur... . H?U Ci.iou I'r itt'i)... 5 Oil
1IKALTII ACCOt JiT.
G 1. Ejj-t.r 51 Oil
nniDOK a cot. NT .
Uari'ei 4 Uobn 14 0JPr. ce 69"
SrKlJ.T ACCO' NT.
D Dc.nild-on 5 75 i' B Lim Asun .. 115
I. 1 L i .nfV Co... la-Jo
FIPTH AVENl'E A COUNT.
P B l.ime Ainu.. 75 II G Pai'dock.... 1100
EWKH AC- CI NT.
P B L m'-' Asso' iat on 1 75
PIB IC SQITARB.
K B KcK'-wa. S 6T
Oro P 8-ainliih ir 85 OJ Phil Miller 7 00
Sviee. ev A Walk 8" 5 J B F Knox 4 00
Union Print Co.. 20 00
THIKD AVENUE ACCOVNT.
Daverpoit Sund Co 9 65
FKJI1TKKKTH bTUEET ACCOUNT.
II G l add ck 18 75 iliss Ko.h'.er 4 00
II G Faltfock S 75
riiir.TU AVENI R ACCOINT.
Miss Koe!lr 5 40 Union Pr'DtCo.. 3221
TWBSTIETH BTKEET ACCOl NT.
I'ni n Prii tn'g Co 83 (W
Mclit Ect Lit'ht Co 815 32
m Vei cnoctile. 100 00 Jn- Blai-ilell 66 65
1 0 00 V L jirn-nej.. 45 0"
h'oU Ke hUr
J L liaas
.. iWt 6 t'hil Mi.chell.
Labor ; ay roll He- ry lloliaud. 45 60
No-1 30 00 C V MIniue Co. 3tH :J0
Lab r , ay roll i u ... 741
No 2 4-". ' 0 Ctrsc OhlwTr 6 61
i Munin mho T J KeddiK 7a so
,i;Kiton (..M0 Vibt Klec L Co I50i
K Wilcner IAiIi J ' Smart... IS 00
Win t'oimhilii 4'. 00 J E Vurriu s 75
V BiCk 45 W) Geo M Loosluy. 1 48
(Fire Oil SO Third Ave S Of
i I'uMcc 7'.ki0") Kit;hue:.th st-cet 92 75
! nice 100 70 side street ii 75
' Health 51 00 Koiirih ave 3i 14
. Bridge 10 40 Twentieth strei t. 84 8
street 46 10 l.itfht 8 5 48
I Kiflb Ave .... 11 75 S arv 886 5
Sewer 175 Water works CHIOS
Public so' are.. 2 65
Contingent 144 50 Totid $4 01131
Bills were U allowed: J. T. N.ift
sker. 9i 7l; William G'ot-p.ofif. $10 80
Aid. Knox moved that $2,500 be trans
ferred from the waterworks to the ccn-t-ral
Aid. Guyer presented an ordinance for
the construction of sidewalks in the Sev
tmh ward, and it ws otdered that this
and other ordinances of a like character
be referred to the ordinance committee.
Aid. Guyer presented an ordinance for
the construction of certain eewcrs in
Btrih & Bhbc-ick'8 and Taylor's addi
tious. :y rpetial asKtssrueut. Passed
i.nnr. niouhly .
A!d ilttur mi vi-d that the ordinance
.;oiiiii :t: e hi ins'ruted to draw an ordi
nance to heii certain hose houses. Adopt
ed. Aid K :r.uetty, from the street and al
comoiittee, nubmitted tho commie-
iicer' report of the c.st of improving
Eiyhteet th s'.reet between Third and
8 ti B'b. av nues, the total being $13,150.
.upon received and orderfd filed, and
the city attorney inspected to begin the
necepsnrv proceedings in the county
court Oa motion of Aid. Knox Mr.
'Vili e.m Jul kson, president of the Citi
ri'DS1 Improvement association, addressed
the council by permission, on a project to
l.ave a large mup of tbe cities of Rock
Inland, Moline and Davenport prepared
fir exhibition at the Columbian Exposi
tion, tbe cost to the city being $625, af
firming at once its desirability and the
competency of the council to make an
appropriation for the purpose.
All. Gayer offered a resolution ap
minting Aids. Schroeder, Lletter and
E nox a committee to act in the matter of
S' curing 'he topographical map spofeeu
of by lir. Jackson, the cost not to exceed
750 to the city of Rock Llund, in con
The opinion ot uity Attorney naas r.e
ire; ai-k'd as to the legality cf the appro
p iation stated that the city council un
d.'ubte'ily has a right to contribute to the
purchase of a nup for municipal pur
The resolution was unanimously adopt
ee, after debate.
Aid. Schroeder offered a resolution in
structing the ordinance committee to pre
p re an ordinance establishing the office
of city engineer.
The city clerk read a petition from
property holders on Twenty-third street
for the paving of that street with vitrified
brick, at tbe earliest pract.cable period.
It :f erred to the street and alley commu
On motion of Aid. bchroeder the clerk
w is directed to open the bids received
for paving improvements, which were as
Edwards & Walsh Construction Co.
Eighteenth street: Rock Island brick,
CI 27 per square yard; Galesburg brick,
$1 30; curbing 54c per lineal foot; re
acting curbing 5o. Fourth avenue and
Tventj-fourth street; Rock Island brick,
j ft 31; curbing 54c; resetting 5c Twen
tieth street: Rick Islird b ick. $1 61;
Galesburg top and locul hottom rrick,
$1.74; curbing 55o; g. ade filmy 35c per
cubic yrd Condition: All three con
tract to be awnnttd a whole to the
c rcpscy, or none
Rocatord Construction Co Eeigh
tei nth street: Rock Iliud brick ft 25;
curbing 55.-; reset ins; 10j. Fourth eve
nee and Twen'.y-fourtb street: Rock
IsUnd brick fl.31; curbing 55c; reset
tiiig 10c. Twentie'h s'reit: Rock
-l ind brick $1.72; curbing 65c; grad
AtAinaon & 0;off Eighteenth street:
Rock IUrd brirk $ 1 35; Gilesburg
brick $1.45; curbing 57:'; resetting 10j.
Robert McFarland Fourth ayenue
and Tertfrurth greet, Rock Ilmd
brirk, $1 45; curbing, 57c; rtsetting, 6c.
The couucil took a recess to aliow a
calculation of the relative merits of the
bids and on reavsmblini; Aid. Knox re
ported that the Edw.rds & W'aish Cn
S'.iucti.in Co. had made the lowei-t bids
f r the Fourth avenue and Twenty -fourth
sireet imprevtment. and also on tbe
Twentieth street work; and the Rockford
Construction Co. on EighUenth street
work. The bids were, however, compli
cated by the condition of the Edwards &
Walbh Construction Co. requiring all
three yt'.s or none; ard by the Rockfoid
Construction Co r quhiag din to b-j fur
nished on the E gutceniu street improve
ment if the Fourth avenue contract is not
awarded to it.
Aid. Hue-ong moved '.hit a contract
I for the improvements on Fourth avenue
' .uid Twtntv-four'U f treet, Tw 'nti. th
s!re:.-t and Eih'eet:th str'et. bo awarded
to tLe Edwards & Wnlsh Conlruc'ion
Co. as the loaes-t bidd T on the whole
woik. Rock I. lard brick to be u ed.
A d. Kennedy tm-rcd as hs arnendm: nt
that in tbe f.w.rd 'he conlract ir In; re
qu red o furnibU nittt ri-.l for ilie fi ling
of Eighteenth s-t-tet tl.ewLcre than from
Aid Guyer mover? hs a snbt tut.; that
new proposals be ii vited for Eighth-nth
Afier soir.e di-ctission as to the ff its
i f the reerrv itious of the bid.iera.A1r.
Ri'.tk'dge, cf the Uockford Cons.iu'ion
ct)B:p-inV, v it idrcw Lis bid.
r. Guyiir's propo ed substitute was
then voted down, tbe amendment of
Mr. Kennedy was accepted, and the ori
tiitial motion if Aid. liuesing as thus
amended was tdop'ed, 11 to 3 as fol
low: Ayes Johnson, Hetter, Kir.ner, Cor
hen, Dauber, Uuesing, E'ans, Knox,
Kennedy, Schroeder, Nileon 11.
Noes B.adel, Fickencher Oayer 3.
0:i mo'ion tbe council adjourned.
Robert Kokhlkr. City Clerk.
A borse near Roseville was attacked by
hj dropbobi a fortnight ago. and a man
who passed the fiVd in wbich it was.
was bitten by it on the arm, ear and
other parts of Lis person. His physi.
ciaDS think no saliv entered his wounds
and that he will n- t suff r from hydrophobia.
R ports are that there are about four
hundred pensioners in Schuyler county.
The lurgest pension is $72 a month and
the 6mal!?t.t is $2. The average is be
tweintenand eleven dolitrs per montb
and tbe total paid euch year is nearly
During the last vear there were in
Flender-on county 32 deaths, 75 mar
riages and 73 birtt.s. On the face of the
returns it would seem that the Hender
son people are remiss in the matter of
multiplication and replenishment, but it
should be remembered that the physi
cians are neglectful of the matter of
making return certificates of birtha.
Iho Modern 'nval'd
Has tastes medicinally, in keeping with
oilier luxuries. A n medy must be pleas
antly acceptable in form, pnrely whole
some in composition, truly beneficial in
effect and entirely free from every ob
jectionable quality. If really ill he con
sults a physician; if constipated he uses
tbe lieu tie family laxative, Syrup of
Many of the country drnnes and damsels
look us i f t hey had lieen brought np on soap
and xvnter; their facx'S glisten so preter
nuturally; their pots and pons, the red
tiles of their floors, their tables and benches
all bear witness so unmistakably to their
cleansing ardor. I suppose a fly in the but
ter they were churning or a mired foot on
the boards they have but just scrubbed
would be as nearly likely to give them aft
as anything could be. Chambers' Journal.
A Witty ta.tomtr
went to a drug store and asked for Soza
dent. The storekeeper said, "We're out
of tuat, but here is something just as
good." The practical customer said,
'"No you don't," and walked oat to a
neighboring store and got a bottle of So-zidont.
We Are Still In It!
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Fits All fits stopped free by Dr.
Kiine's Great fcerve Restorer. No fits
after the first day's use. Marvelous
cures. Treatise and $2 trial bottle free to
fit cases. Send to Dr. Kline, 931 Arch
ttreel, Philadelphia, Pa. For Bale by all
druggists: call on voura.
S-vSRS eradicates blood pc:-
g-Sgg-jt SON Miv.D EUOCD TAINT .
Chverai. bot'.les of Swift's Specific (S.5. .)
entirely cleansed my system of conUgious
blood pout;n ot the very worst tepe.
V. M. a. Luomis, bhreveport, La.
aq CURES SCROFULA EVEN
in llo WVK5T FORMS.
T HAD SCROFILA in 184, and cleansed mv
system entiri- from it by taking sev.-n
Dottles of S. .'j. ii.' 1 have not had any symp
tom sincu c. W. Wilcox.
SparUnbutg, S. C
HAS CURED HUNDREDS OF
CASES OF SKIN CANCER.
Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed
free Swift S ncinc Co Atlanta. j i
COOK AND HEATIN& STOVES,
Dinner, Tea and Toilet Sets,
Extension and Parlor Tables, Chairs and Rockers,
Mattresses, Springs and Bedding.
We are also prepared to make over Mat'ressies of
all kinds and do Upho.etering of every kind on
slioit notics. See us and SAVE MONEY.
EASY PAYMENTS. No Extra Charge,
CHAS. A. MEOK
322 Brady Street, Davenport, h
Open till 8 o'clock, Saturday's till 10.
A HANDFUL OF DIRT MAY BE A HOUSB
FUL OF SHAME." CLEAN HOUSE WITH
of Chicago, the well.knowa and successful epecial'ift :n Chronic diseases nd ieaes of Um
Ej: m2 Ear, by reqaest of many friends and patients'hag drctdea to re-7:t:t
Rock Island, Friday forenoon, March 10th. at the Rock Island Hones
Moline, Keator House, afternoon of same day,
CsasaKation an! exatalnatton free and conSdentitl in the pirhiri at taa hotel from 8 .
to 12 m. OSR DAT ONLY.
Surgeon-in-Chief Inter-State Association of Expert Specialists is acknowledged to
most skillful practtoner in Chronic and Nervous Diseases in this country.
Graduating with distinction from tbe University of Michigan, he look up the tJL&da t
diseases of the Eye and Ear and tbe so-ccllcd cbstinate and incurable Cbrooic Crseoe&
ievoting many years of study and research in some of the best hospitals and colleges of
"he world. He is not to be clasped with the ordinary traveling doctor, wbo too ofte fc.
not even a graduate of a repu'abb Medical Coil eg.?, "in addition to a large home pw
Uce he visits a few of the ;m;xna it ri:F cf Illinois and brings his great skill and ei-
ience to those who could not tvd! withstand he c;fiie. fatigue, apprehension, and ex
citement of visiting a Urge city. Thousand- die cr become confinned invalids from tU
iack of skilled and exp?rt m-.-dical and fnrgical treatment.
NerVOUS Diseases Nervousness, Nervocs
Debility, Impaired Memory, Mental Anxi
ety. Absence of Will Power, Melancholy,
Weak Back, etc., etc., arising oftentimes
Irom indiscretions or from organic disease
.n other organs. From neglect or improper
treatment these diseases often end in Mel
ancholia Insanity or Suicide.
Catarrh, Asthma, Bronchitis and Hay
fever are all curable. The treatment of
rlay Fever must be begun three months at
icast before the expected attack. Catakrh,
-hat terrible disease, which often leads to
deafness. Ringing in the Ears, Asthma,
Consumption, and diseases of the Stomach,
rured by the latest and most improved
methods of medical science.
Kidney and Bladder Diseases, Strictures,
Varicocele, Hydrocele, Syphilis, etc, etc,
and all the terrible disorders consequent on
the indiscretions of youth treated with abso
lute certainty oi cure
Diseases of Rectum, Piles, Tasauc,
Fistula, and Ulcers cured permanently w'ttt
out pain, knife, cautery, or detention Itoir.
Epilepsy, Catalepsy, Etc., cured bv r.
wonder! ul new discovery.
sis, Lichen, etc., etc,, treated successfully.
Diseases of the Stomach, Liv, -r
Diseases of Women positively cured t
taken in time before the nervous system ir
shattered. Delay and improper treatmer-l
the cause of so man, imtun, ,h.
this class of cases.
Diseases of the Heart and Bkd TV
large majority of so-called Heart Diseases
Diseases of the Eye and Ear All ovul
ations necessary done without any pain &m!
without the use of anaesthetics.
BRING SAMPLE URINE FOR fbpp pthu
N LCeAn,erfe0teln Thich bavebecn neglected or nnskiUfullytre
L wUrbTblytUfoAftCT if - incurable. i
?85!d.ieMeco,lfi(toti"1 and treatment sent by mail or esrrm
but personal consultation preferred. Send stamp lor qoestion JisU. Addreae
OR E. H. DEYOE. 789 WarrM Ave.. Vtf