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THE AUUUb. TUESDAY. MAKCII 1:1,
SAPPY NEW YEAR
Guaranteed to any victim of alcoholism who takes
The Morrell Cure.
- T 1 . . -vfF ftAr . i -l - All T-i r
"n sore arms i w m winvi
res shatter the general health. All graduates of
fue Morrell institutes testify to increased weight and
.'tot during treatment and permanent improvement
Uf general neaun.
Huford Block, Rock Island.
Postoftice block, Moline.
Hibernian building, Davenport.
Communication and treatment confidential. Send
for circulars and testimonials.
SPECIAL SALE !
as Working Shoes in
congress and buckle.
Women's Dongola Button
" bl'k Oxford, pat. tip
Child's Dongola, plain and
ontinued all this Week-
Last clay Saturday, 25th.
"sVe shall endeavor to make tU.- weelt a big bargain eeV
yairs of fluer goods to-be pat in at One Dollar.
1625 Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
I he New Ideas.
Tan Bluchers fcr Ladles.
Russian Leather Bluchers for l.en.
OMETHING NEW is what the
public are always looking for. and they keep on
ooking until they find it. Anything new and
stylish is invariably pleasing to the mind. We
are always in the lead with the latest and choic
est creations of the day.
R SEW IDRArt
Kesular Seml-Montnly Meeting or the
City Counc il Last Evening.
City Cocncil Room Rock Island,
March 20. The city council met in
regular semi-monthly session at 8
i m.. Mayor McConochie presiding
and all aldermen present. The min
utes of the last meeting were read
Aid. Knox presented a bill of
the circuit clerk for court costs.
Referred to the city attorney.
A proposition looking to the sale
of a hose house bell was referred to
the tire and light committee on mo
tion of Aid. Corken.
Aid. Bladel, from the ordi
nance committee, offered an ordi
nance for the improvement of Twenty-third
street; by special taxation,
by installments. Fassed by unan
Aid. Guyer presented an ordinance
for t he construction of sidewalks by
special taxation. Amended and
Aid. Guyer read an ordinance in
relation to public parks and Squares,
which provides for the suppression
of dogs. Referred to the city at
torney. The matter of putting Fourteenth
avenue in passable condition was re
ferred to the street and alley com
mittee with power to act.
Jacob R. lfuber was allowed to
make connection with the Ninth
street sewer on payment of propor
tion of costs.
Aid. Guyer, from the sewer com
mittee, reported on the petition of
C. J. YV. Sehre-iner, recommending
that the city pay $25 and that 50 per
cent of collections outstanding be
paid to the city, Mr. JSihreiner to re
tain ownership. Report unanimous
Aid. Guyer reported as to the pro
posed pump from the Fifth avenue
sewer to be run by electric power,
indicating that the requirement can
not be supplied. Report received.
Aid. Guyer, from the waterworks
committee, reported favorably on the
ordering of water pipe. Ruport re
Aid. Rladel read a petition of
Buneher Bros, and others, asking the
extension of watermains on ISixth
street. Referred to the waterworks
Tni' clerk read a petition for the
extension of water works on Fifteenth
street. Referred to the waterworks
Aid. Nelson offered a resolu
tion requesting the C. R. & Q., and
C. R. I. & P., railroad companies to
place a plank walk across tracks at
Forty-fixt h street. Adopted.
The clerk read a petition from A.
Broom asking damages by reason of
injuries to a horse, sustained in
crossing a street railway track. Re
ferred to the claims committee.
Aid. Huesing moved that the
matter of printing ballots for the
coming election be let to the lowest
bidder. Referred to the printing
committee with power to act.
Aid. Knox moved that the
report on river front railways be re
committed and the representatives
of the railways be given an oppor
tunity to be heard.
The clerk read a communication
from the representatives of the Rock
1-land oc Peoria anil Chicago, Bur
lington Si Quincy railway companies
remonstrating against any action,
calculated to lead to litigation on
the question of title to occupancy
of First avenue, and offering tomake
track service arrangements with any
new railroad company seeking en-tranc-
into the city. Also a petition
in support of this memorial signed
by the Rock Island Plow company
and a large number of business men.
Aid. iGr.ver moved to lay on
the table the motion to recommit, so
that the council should decide the
matter. The motion was not second
ed, and the motion of Aid
Knox was adopted.
Robert Koehler, Citv Clerk.
I i i n ri ! I n ' ri.nr.fM
" tit Vf iHl i -isa ray yrsjt--, - .. ,t.r w kv ., f-q
fcecoml and Harrison Sts, Davenport.
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) he mm,
1E03 Second Avenue.
"WHERE DIRT GATHERS, WASTE RULES."
GREAT SAVING RESULTS FROM THE USE OF
Death of Air. M . .1 Corran.
Mrs. Catherine Curran, widow of
the late M. J. Curran. aged Co years,
died at her home at 711 Kiowa street
at 5 o'clock Sunday afternoon.
Notice of the funeral will be given
latter. The husbatid of the deceased.
died about tight years ago. The
couple have been "residents at Ft.
Leavenworth ana in me city ior more
than a quarter of a century. They
were married away back in the 50"s
m ViH. Mr. Curran was in the employ
of the quarter master's department at
the fort. Mr. rurran was a veteran
and served with distiaction in several
encasement?. A few years before
i,;.lMih he was superintendent of
fi.o r-nnntv Door farm where he and
Mrs. Curran won the love of the poor
bv kind treatment of indigents under
Hon, John Hannon last evening
tplcirranhed to the two brothers of
the 7lr8ed the sad news. The
brothers are Capt. Alex. Lamont, a
nrnminpnt steamuoatman ai Alton,
111., and Mr. George Lamont of Rock
Timl. 111. Mr. Hannon tirst Decame
acquainted with Mrs. Curran in Iowa
. . .1.
in ISO. L.CUVCU non.u iimcs.
Great Bareaina m Keal etato.
I want to sell all the real estate of
the late Dennis Warren, embracing in
Rock Island count':
720 acres of land on 'Warren's
118 acres of land in South Moline
5 lots in the town of Milan.
6 valuable lots in the city of Rock
Island, all of which will be sold cheap
and upon accommodating terms.
P. L. Mitchell,
Administrator of Dennis Warren
The Mendelssohn tonight.
Try a dish of ice creom or ice at
Krell & Math's.
Mrs. C. S. Lowe, who has been
quite ill for several days, is able to
e about again.
Miss Fannie Att water of Cambridge
is visiting with her uncle, Frank Att-
water, and family.
Capt. George Lamont and daugh
ter. Miss Emma, returned this morn-
ng from Leavenworth, Kan.
Every cup of coffee, chocolate or
tea made to order and in a moment's
time and served with cream no
milk at Krell and Math's.
Cream puffs, chocolate eclairs,
pattie shells, cream pie and French
or plain rolls with a good cup of cof
fee, tea or chocolate makes a line
unch and Keell & Math have the
The Edwards & Walsh Construc
tion Company will begin paving op
erations at First street on Fourth
avenue Mondav morning. In view of
his fact, and that there is a cut of
three feet to be made, property hold
ers having pipe connections to be
made or tile walks or trees to he
saved, would do well to make ar
rangements this week.
The republican cit v-township con
vention overlooked the law inrenom-
nating Phil Mitchell for city treas
urer, that oihecr oeing ineiigiuie as
lis ou :i successor. Being advised of
this Boss Collins vesterdav
calloi lac committee together and
llaced C. F. Lvnde on the ticket to
till the :u-ancy. thus completely ig
noring anv of the other candidates for
the nomination before the conven
Licensed to Weit.
March 16 Frank N. Zeigler. Zuma:
Elizabeth E. Snyder, Davenport. Ia.
1 l'eter Larson, Llla I'eterson.
Adolph Hagman, Rock Island;
Hulda Liljeman, Moline
18 G. W. Trunk, Tiskilwa; Mcrcv
Kidd, Providence, 111.
20 Herman Oberstaller, Julia
Meier, Rock Island.
21 W. B. Norris, Peoria, 111.; Jen
nie B. Williams, Rock Island.
Commends itself to the well-formed.
to do pleasantly and effectually what
was formerly done in the crudest
manner and disagreeably as well. To
cleanse the system and break up
colds, headaches and fevers without
unpleasant after effects, use the de
lightful liquid laxative remedy. Syr
up of t lgs.
Order Tour Ice of Bpeisce.
Rock Island. Jan., 31. This is to
notify the public that I have cut a
good supply of good, pure ice and
that lam not in any combination.
I am now rcadv to make contracts
for the coming season and would re
spectfully solicit a reasonable share
40S Fortv-second Street.
DO'T BE FOOLED
by the dealer who
b'liugs out some
tliing else, that
pays him better,
and sr.ys that it is
A Doctor Pierce's
ii Golden Medical
f. j Discovery is guar
1 - ur.iezd. if it don'l
: benefit or cure, in
' every case, you
have vour money l ack. No other medi
cine of it3 kind is so certain and effective
that it can be s-U so. Is any other
likely to be 'ju-t as good"?
As a blood-cleanser, flesh-builder, and
Btrensrth-restorer. ioihing can equal the
"Discoverv." It's not like the sarsapa-
rillaa. or ordinarv '-snniiff medicines.
At all seasons, amj in all cases, n pun
Acs, invigorates and builds up the whole
svstem. For cverv blood-taint and
disorder, from a common blotch or erup-
tiou. to the worst scrofula, it is a perfect,
permanent, guaranteed remedy.
Is what the People want. Our
Spring Goods are all new ideas,
Bed Room Furniture,
Dining Room Furniture,
Stove I Kitchen Furniture.
DE. L. L. CASHES.
Stricken Down with Heart Disease.
Xr. aatem Medical Co.. Elkhart, Xnd.
GDTum : I feel It my duty, bs irell a-, a
pleasure, to publish, unsolicited, to the world tbo
benefit received from p. Miles' RtToaTiv
RtHcoit. I stricken down wilh Heart
IHaease and its complications, a rapid pulse v Arm
ing from 90 to 140 beau per minute, a cbokin? or
burning aensaUoa ia the wind pipe, oppressor.
gton of tbe heart and below lower rib, pain in the
arms, shortness of breath, sleeplmsneas, we&kuei
and eeneral debility. The arteries in my i -U
would throb violently, the throbbi of my heart
could be heard across a large room and -wouul
shake my whole body. I was so nervous thfct I
could nnt bold my band steady. M
nrfr (Ae Imtmml of eminent fHvmiciatiM,
ui asm taJcm QcUlvnM of latmt Medirinn
cithottt the teamt bmeAt. A friend reenrr.
raended your remedies. She was cured by l;r.
Miles' remedies Ibavetaken mxm e,
three botdes of your KewCLIHEfJ
Heart Cure and two bottles v w 1 ""
Nervine. My pulse la normal, I bare no more
violent throbbing of the baart, I aw a wcu man
I sincerely recommend err err one with svinptoms
of Heart Ittsease to tmlum Ar. MiUf Melon
Mra KemeeH mmd oured.
Cypsum City.Kana. L. L. CiXJtEa.
IRISH POINT LACE.
. !1 WTO rCQO
A fuU line of House Furnishings. Call in
and take a look at our
EASY PAYMENTS- N0 B3SgAlQB.
OHAS. A. MECK
Open till 8 o'clock. Saturday's till 10.
Rock Island Buggy Co
Phaetons, Surries, Buggies, Spring and Farm Wagons.
It will pay you to call and get our Low Prices
Facto ry and Ware rooms on 16th street between let and 2d ve.
Retail Trade especially scKoited
J. T. DIXON
And Dealer in Aen's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
Men's Artistic Tailoring.
Tbe Fashionable Fabrics for Spring and Summer have
J. B. ZIMMER,
3 all and leave vour order.
T 4R Block Opposite Harper Houex;
J. Ma CHRISTY,
HllOFilME GF CEICKBS 110 tiSST.,
Ask Yonr Grocer for Them.
They ara Bew.
JTh CarWtr "Oiim" and Chrtaty "Wo
KOOK IdLAk B
Rock Island. Feb. 22, 1893.
si r ItlTi OaanaUa,
OR MONEY RCTUNNCO.