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THE AllUUS. TUESDAY, APRIL 11, 1893.
i-Qty Morrel! Institutes,
Xo Soreness of the Arm,
cure is guaranteed if patient will follow instruc-
Literature on the suDect win oe sent on ap-
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1 OCATIOX W OFFICES:
sland, IH. Moitre, Ml. Davenport, Iowif,
fctd Bloc k. rost UlRCe li'ocjr. turiernian isuiiaing
Special offering of Men's calf
kin Shoes, spring styles, $2.50.
fhese shoes combine style
tnd wearing qualities, equal
o $3.00 shoes.
Two Dollars and-a-Half.
1625 Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
e You looking for
ing and Summer Footwear?
All our newest and latest novelties in
Gentlemen's wear are now in stock..
ichers, Russia Leathers,
fords, in all colors.
mhern Ties, Kangaroo and Calf.
You will find that we have the above goods
In all widths, A A to E,
In all sizes, S to 11.
pond and Harrison Sts., Davenport.
IRCORKlRAtvri inmvn raa HTiTl T.AW.
ftoek Island Savings Bank,
BOOK IBLAKD, ILL.,
Jn usuj from 9 a. m. tc 4 p. n.. aad Batarday evenings from T to B o'clock.
percent Interest paid on Deposits. Money loaned on Personal. Do
lateral, or Real Estate Security
l'-HELL. Pre.. C. DSNKKANlf. Vlco-lTes J. at. BUFOKD. Cub
f DrnacrroRS :
'(MllcbeU, K.p. Remolds, P. C. Denknianu .uub wmni-. H. r. Hul'
run autchell, I,. Bimon, B. w. hurst, a. . wuroro.
J.nKarkv Jk H ttbjm 'nlieit Bra.
bn"ine8S Julys. 180, and occupy the .ourn.-ast comer of ftMlrhell Lvtwle - ...
B. F. DeGEAR,
Ontitetotor eirici Biailclei
aP CornX WrenVeenth 8l
Ruck I star;
eTftte aeeialtv . Flint ana MiaMw for U klade of baUdtaa-
The Adjourned Meeting of the City Conn,
i ll Olfii inl Vote Other Business.
OFFICIAL REPORT. J
CiTr Council Room Kock Island,
April 10. The city council met in
adjourned session at 8 P M., Mayor
McConochie presiding and all alifer
men present except Gityer.
Aid. Johnson, from the committee
QiX claims, reported the city not lia
ble on a claim for damages growing
out of a street car collision, and that
the aggrieved person should look to
the streetcar company for reimburse
ment. Report adopted.
Aid. Bladel, from the ordinance
committee, reported a resolution dis
continuing the oflice of commissioner
of health. Aid. Dauber offered an
amendment making it go into fTect
one year from date. Aid. Hetter, as
a substitute, moved to lay on the
table. Lost, 6 to 6, the mavor voling
no. The amendment was lost, 2 to
11 (Aid. Kvans having entered in
time for this vote) and the original
resolution was then rejected by the
Ayes Bladel, Johnson, Kennedy,
Sehroeder, Nelson .5.
Xos Hetter, Kinncr, Oorken,
Fickenscher, Dauber, Huesing, Evans
Aid. Knox offered a resolution for
the construction of certain sidewalks
and on his motion it was referred to
the incoming council.
Aid. Kennedy offered an ordinance
establishing certain grades on Seven
teenth street. Passed unanimously.
Aid. Sehroeder moved that the
street and alley committee le em
powered to arrange for the cutting
down of a bank of gravel near the
Aid. Sehroeder submitted a report
on the petition of the Tri-C'ity Elec
tric Sprinkler Co., reported favor
ablv, with a suggestion from the
waterworks superintendent. Report
Aid. Bladel. Kennedy and Nelson
read petitions from certain property
holders for the extension of water
mains. Referred to the waterworks
The clerk opened proposals for the
construction of various sewers in
Barth & Babcock's addition from
Davis & Co. .and M. Yerbury, and the
contract was unanimously awarded
to Davis & Co. as the lowest bidders.
The clerk read a communication
from Dr. (. L. Eyster, commissiener
of health, ursrinff that the citv be at
once placed in a good sanitary con
ditio!!, in view of the cholera pro
vailiii in Europe. Recommendation
adopted and the health commissioner
authorized to proceed with the work.
The clerk submitted a plat of J.
II. Wilson's addition. Ordered re
turned with the information that it
will be accepted when the changes
heretofore recommended by the
street and alley committee are
The clerk was instructed to notify
the Rock Island Stove Co. to clean
out the sewer under its premises on
On motion of Aid. Nelson the Rock
Island-Mofine Base Ball club was or
dered to remove its fence on Thirty
eighth street in 10 days, or it will be
removed by the city marshal at the
The canvass of the vote of the late
city election was declared in order,
and the mayor appointed as a com
mittee for the purpose Aids. Nelson,
Kinncr. Evans and Kennedy. He
then called Aid. Bladel to the chair
and a recess was taken.
On reassembling City Clerk Koeh
ler read the committee's report of the
result of the canvass of the vote,
which was as follows:
Mavor W. McConochie. 1,550; T.
J. Medill, Jr., 1,509 Medill's major
ity. 19. .
"Clerk II. A. McDonald. 1.519; A.
I). Iluesing. 1,500 Huesing's major
Attorney J. L. Haas. 1.090; W.
Treasurer C. F. Lynde, 1,038: J.
M. Buford, 1,413 Lyiide's majority,
Police Magistrate W. F. Sehroe
der, l.G:M; II. C. Wivill, 1,449
Schroeder's majority, 171.
Aldermen First ward, William
Roth, 374; Second ward, J. A. Faust,
231; F. Sehroeder, 299; Third ward,
J. F. Van Horn, 181, Daniel Corken.
312; Fourth ward. Charles Feibig,
208. W. C.Maucker, 222; Fifth ward,
B. F. Knox, 202. R. Kuschmann, 24G;
Sixth ward, J. F. Kramer, 207, John
Kanosky, 205; Seventh ward, C. W.
Foss, 230, F. H. Bein, 173.
Hospital tax for, LOGO; against,
343; affirmative majority, 703.
The committee's report moving the
candidates declared elected, was re
ceived and adopted on motion of Aid.
Knox. As to the hospital tax, the
nnininn of Citv Attorney Haas was
triren that as the tax had not received
e ... , 1 . 1 . - 4-
a majority oi an iue ui,t:o ubu at,
election it had failed to carry, action
was deferred. The council then ad
KOBEKT IVOEllLr-K, vu vicin.
Of Coarse It s a Woman.
'The hand that roc xs the cradle
Is the hand that rocks the world."
The mother, sitting beside and rocking the cra
dle, often sir ging bir ead lullaby, may be thus
shaplDg. as It were, the aesuntes oi nations.
But if diseawe, consequent on moinernaoa, nnve
borriu her down, and tafped her life, how mourn
ful will be her gong. To cheer the mother,
bridlitea her lif, and brighten her song. Dr.
Fierce, of Buffalo, has, after long experience,
com ounded a remedy which he haa called his
"Favorite Prescription," becaoae ladies preferred
It to all others. He guarantees it to cure rervous
ness, neuralgic pains, bearine down pains. Irreg
ularities, weakness, or prolapsus, headache,
backache, or any or the ailments of the female
organs. What ha asks is, that the ladies shall
give it fair trial, and satis faction is sored.
Honey refunded, tf it doesn't give satisfaction.
8 Nellie E. Read to A. W. Wads-
werth, lot 8, block F, Edgewood Park
ami., Kock Island. $4,700.
R. A. Donaldson to W. C. Maucker,
n 50 feet lot 9, Huber & Peetz's add.,
Kock Island, $1,200.
Martin Sullivan et al by master, to
Jonas H. Stafford, let 9, Chamber-
Iain's add., Moline, $1,650.
8 J. M. Stephenson to John
yVoodbum, swj nei 6, 18, 3e, fG65.
10 Estate of William Pietsch
Order approving adminstratrix's. final
report and for distribution.
Estate of Daniel Wheaton. Final
report of executors filed and ap
proved and executors discharged.
Estate of John Frohboes. Inven
tory, appraisement bill and widow's
award tiled and approved, Jnst and
true account of personal property
and debts tiled ami approved. Peti
tion for sale of real estate to pay
The spectacular melo-drama,
'Uncle's Darling," was presented at
Harper's theatre last evening by
Hat tie Bernard Chase and company.
The production is strong in scenic
effects and dramatic situations and
was on the whole well enjoyed.
Without doubt one of the greatest
attractions-ever presented to a tri
eity audience will be the consolidated
Howard JEtheneum companies at the
Burtis opera house this evening.
Everybody remembers the Howard
.Etheneum and the Trans-Oceanic
companies. Dotti having oeen greeteu
with crowded houses, and when it is
remembered that both of these shows
are combined in one for their ;reat
Pacific tour, it is safe to predict that
every seat in the house will be occupied.
of medicinal agents is gradually rel
egating the old time herbs, pills,
draughts and vegetable extracts to
the rear and bringing into general
use the pleasant and effective liquid
laxative. Syrup of Figs. To get the
true remedy see that it is manufac
tured bv the California Fig Svrup
Co., onlv. For sale by all leading
Ric. Heidacho an3 Teliore all tho tronblos Icci
it to a bilious Male of tho systnm, each ;:
i-i .".lies', 2sausc Drowsiness. iJist-ess aXtcr
r s.t inc. I'aiii in tho Sido, &c Wlule their meat
reuioikzU'le success has been shown in cutisg
floaaiche, yet Carter's Little liver TSla are
t- aally valuable in Constipation, curinc and pra
ventiLig tl.isannoyinpcomplaiut.whUo they fclf?3
rorrectpll disorders of thest.imachtitunlate tho
l:vor and regulate the bo wola. von iX they only
Ac'ie rnoy would bo almost priceless to those vrT, 3
Suffer from this distressing complaint; bntfortu
Ziatnly their goodness does noteudh.rend thoeo
W licence try them wiU find these little pills valu
able la soiany ways that they wilt not ba wil
jlng to do without tbsm. But after allsick heat
flsthe bane of bo many lives that hare Is rrhors
We make our great boast. Our pills cure it while
Others do not.
Carter's Little liver Pills aro very small anil
very easy to take. One or two J ilia iuc ko a dose.
They are strictly vegetable and do no. gripe or
purpr, but by their gentle action please ail who
nsethsm. In vialsat -JScentc : livel $ L Soh!
fcy druists overTfciiexo, or &ti:t bv i J.
CAarrr cc, -.- ok.
?M1" '."ill CO ' PRICF
SUPERYISOR'S aKSUAL RETORT
Of the town of Andalusia, Illinoin,
for the year 1893.
8TATK OP ILLTSOIS. I
Kock Island Couktt. f
Tbe following is a statement by Janes G. Brit
ton, supervisor of tlie town of Andaluiiia, in the
county and nte aforesaid, of amount of public
f ui received ard expended by him during the
fiscal year jTBtcloscd tnaing on the SSth day of
March 1898, showing the amount of public funis
on hand at the commencement of said fiscal year;
the amouut of public funds received, and from
what sonre.es reoeived; toe amount of public
fnnds expended, asid for what purposes expend
ed, during said fiscal year, ending as aforesaid.
FUNDS KBCEIVID IRD FROM WHIT SOURCES EE
CEIVBD. Amount ef public fund on hand at the
commencement of the fiscal year,
commencinir on April 7, 181 (250 48
July 14, received from county collector.... 84 91
starch 10. received from town collec or. . 177 S3
Total amount received $462 62
April 3). doe tax of 1S90 paid to commis
sioner tf hifhways 43 18
Sept.-fi, Samuel Kennedy, auditing and
election judge 4 50
" U.K. Keed. auditing 3 00
Char. Bunroyne, assessing and
ofllcisl work 74 50
James G. Britton, auditing and
revising assessment 4 50
" Wm. Strohneir, clerk of election S 00
1, in .a Bartaian, judge of election 3 00
" L'has A. Hayes, hall rent and
atationery 3 i
" Cbaa. Wenks, services as town
clerk, printing, eto. 40 75
" James b Kane, Com. of High
ways, services.... 15 00
Theo. Seefeldt, Com. of High
ways, serv cea.. ........ 15 00
' Albert Hsrtman, Com. of High
ways, services 15 00
" Albert Hofer, judge of election
snd revising votes 4 50
" John D Walton, moderator 3 03
" Union, printing tickets of 1882... 8 18
Total paid out.... 8835 87
Balance on hand 20 79
The said James G. Britten being duly sworn,
doth depose and say that tbe following statement,
by him subscribed, is a true and correct state
ment of the amount o public funds on hand at
the commencement of the fiscal year a Stove
stated, tbe amount of public f ands received, and
the sources from which received and the amount
expended and purposes for which expended as set
forth in the following statement-
( I J amu G. BaiTTOS.
Subscribed and sworn to before me, this tsveath
day of April, A. D. 1W
K. JE. Haass.
JsaUce of the Peace.
Doil't 'n f y"1 yur House Furnishings
until you have seen our goods, learned
our prices, and become acquainted with
our easy payment system. -
Doil't Think because we give you credit that we
not the case, we sell you goods at CASH
PRICES, and give you time to pay for the
Our Spring Goods are on the floor.
An endless variety in all departments,
Parlor and Bed Room Suits,
Dining Tables and Chairs,
Lounges and Couches,
Carpets, Matting, Oil Cloths, etc.
Stoves and Kitchen Furniture,
Dinner, Tea and Toilet Sets.
RARV PAnCTAflPC A&ig assortment, low pri-
ces, we can certainly suit
Gasoline Stoves, Refrigerators.
TT A C2Z 1 A A7TTT7TrTC NO EXTRA
-C3 X I Jr x lVlEr-lN 1 O CHARGE.
CHAS. A. MEOK
The Liberal House Furnisher,
322 Brady Street, Davenport, Iowa.
jUpliolstering to order. Feathers ienov3ted.
Fifth Avenue Pharmacy.
Analytic and DissensiDg Pharmacist
Is cow locaUdJin his nev building at tbe corner of Fifibfaveuue
at d Twenty-third street.
TI. HILL, FTT. Gr.
Cor. Fourth ave., and Twenty-third street.
1803 Second Avenue;
Proprietoror of the Biady street
Ail k'nds of Cut Flowers constantly oa bana.
One block from Central park, the largest la Iowa.
304 Bradytreet, Davenport. Is.
ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST.
Save money by "btiying your Crockery, Glassware, Cut
lery, Tinware, Woodware, and Brnahes, at the Old and
Reliable 5 10 Cents Store.
ITSCH,8. 1314 Thiro AVe
C. J. w.
Contractor and Builder,
1121 IIS Fsurlh avesae. Eesidence 1119 rearth ayenue.
nans aad tpeclacsUons furnished oa sll classes o work; also agent for Willer's Patent inat
Hdiaa Blinds, something new, stylish aad desirable.
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