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THE AllGUS, TUESDAY, APRIL 18, 1893.
'TcTk, Professor of Motiicina at University Co liege, London, 1
VcN-'c,l'o j nri ''ri lti-i Jonk of Therapeutic," actualtu writes as follows: I
"' of thhl . .' tl.- ( l n,r. ttviei.u and others. I am sat isfled that I
SaWi" "MSJTEN'S COCOA I
t- li'-'l'fi. that it is dociilrttlly mora nutritious than I
, '."''.."iiiiiilv "i'lire" and highly (iuJ-Kliblii. 'I'lw quotation In wt- I
'vw4'1 ;i Trade rivals) from my Uxik on TherapeuticHaro Quite I
"'' '.'.II '' v n IIo'jyks'h Cooo ts tin effertuaiiu repelled, and the re
-1,!'' r' ''" "i- i - ' ' to (7iie tf a ewy hnndiurmet testimonial.
AT 'EST 'J:l II 4
So Soreness of the Arm,
, -ure js guaranteed if patient will follow instruc-
Literature on tne suoject win oe sent on ap-
VOCATION OF OFFICES:
uft id Block.
Post Office Block.
D vnport, low
Special offering of Men's calf
skin Shoes, spring styles, $2.50.
These shoes combine style
and wearing qualities, equal
to $3.00 shoes.
Two Dollars and-a-flalf,
I62J Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
re You lookin
Spring and Summer Footwear?
All our newest and latest novelties in
Gentlemen's wear are now in stock.
luchers, Russia Leathers,
Dxfords, in all colors.
tauthern Ties, Kangaroo and Calf.
You will find that we have the above goods
In all widths, AA to E,
In all sizes, 5 to ll.
II III I "'" ' 1 1 - - 1
keo.it! and Harrison Sts., DaTennori.
JOHN M. FAIUDON.
HKNUT A I'AKIDOS.
dCHMEIL, PARIDON & tSON.
Painters and Decorators,
Kaisomising, Fapei: Hanging. Ktc ,
419 Sjviireeata Street.
Various Matter of Importance
I.mt Xlght'rf Meeting.
City Council Hoom Kock Island,
April 17. The city council met in
regular semi-monthly session at 8 p.
m.. all aldermen being present ex
cept Fickenscher. In the absence of
Mayor McConochie Aid. Guyer was
elected mayor pro tern. The min
utes of the last regular and adjourn
ed meetings were read and approved.
The clerk read the city treasurer's
statement at the close of the fiscal
year which was ordered received and
Aid. Iletter, from the bridge com
mittee, reported on the claim of A
Olson for services rendered during
high water at the city's bridges and
moved that $ 15 le allowed. Keport
received and . amound allowed by
Aid. Knox, from the finance com
mittee, presented a bill of J. N. Hun
toon $5 for labor on water pipe and
moved that he be referred to the
finance committee. " Carried.
Aid. Knox, from the finance com
mittee, presented a bill of Andrew
Nelson for $l,06f5.O4 for work due on
(iarnsev square. Referred to new
AM. Evans, from the police com
mittee, called tip a bill of Police Mag
istrate lvill for f 12o, for fees due
him during his term of office and
laid over and moved that the same
be allowed. State's Attorney Searle
and Marshal i Miller were heard in
explanation of the bill. AM. Ken
nedy moved as an amendment that
the bill be referred to the city attor
ney and police committee to report.
Amendment lost by vote as follows:
Ayes Bladel, Johnson. Kenned-,
Noes Hetter, Kinner, Corken,
Dauber. Huesing, Evans, Knox,
The original motion allowing the
Aves Hetter, Kinner, Corken.
Dauber, Huesing, Evans, Knox,
Noes Bladel, Johnson, Kennedy,
AM. Bladel, from the ordinance
committee, moved that an ordinance
creating the ollice of citv engineer
be referred to the new council for
consideration and action. Motion
Aid. Evans reported an ordinance
amending chapter 21 of the general
ordinance entitled "Salaries"' and
making the salary of city attorney
sfl.-'JO per annum. Referred to the
new eo iincil on motion of Aid. Ken
AM. Corken reported an ordinance
for the construction of sidewalks in
the Third want and moved its adop
tion. Passed unanimously.
AM. Schroeder reported an ordi
nance for the construction of side
walks along Fifth avenue intheSixth
ward and moved its adoption. Adopt
Aid. Dauber reported an ordi
nance amending chapter 21 of
the general ordinances entitled
'Salaries,'' and making the salary of
city clerk $1,500 per annum. Re
ferred to the new council on motion
of AM. Knox.
Aid. Kennedy presented the com
missioners' report of estimates for
sidewalks in the Seventh ward to
the amount of 5,855.01 and moved
its adoption. Adopted unanimously
and a resolution passed directing the
citv attorney to lile a petition in the
county court for proceedings accord
ing to law.
Aid. Dauber presented a petition of
L. S. McCabe to refund $ 15 on erron
ous sewer assessment. Referred to
Aid. Bladel offered a resolution di
recting the superintendent of streets
to remove the tile on Fifth avenue
and Sixtli street to Third avenue and
Third street. Referred to the sewer
AM. Schroeder from the water
works committee moved that all
pending petitions for the extension
of watermains be referred to the
new council. Motion adopted.
On motion of Aid. Bladel the coun
Robert Kof.iileu, City Clerk.
Look me in the face ! My name is 'Might
have be;n 1'
T .m alaa called 'So-more 'Too-la'e,' 'Fare
well :' "
The poet wto wrote lhe above, must have been
m the lait stases of consnmption Terbape he
I ad only learned, for the flrt time, that if he had
taken Dr. Tierce s Golden Medical discovery in
his earlier illness, be would never tave reached
his prestnt hopeless condition! What can be
more sad than a keen realization of what "might
Physicians now admit that conscmptian is
simply scrofula in the blood attacking the lung
tisruis. It is never safe to allow the blood to
remain impure, an I it is especially reckless, when
such a pleat ant. harmless remedy as Dr. Pierce's
iin:drn Medical Discovery will drive every taint
of scrofula or Impurity from the system, causing
a curreut of healthy, rejuvenating blood to leap
through the veins.
Both Kindt of lea.
In addition to an abundant supply
f T,nr. channel ice, the .kock isianu
Tmmranv has arranged to supply
the trade with artificial ice where
such is wanted. J.nis ice is mmm
fnrir,.il in Davenport from artesian
water and after Apri 1 the Rock
Island Ice company will be prepared
to furnish it as the exclusive agency
; tr,-k- Inland. There will be very
lit tlf .difference in price, the artificial
article a '.rifle higher. Telephone
r1Til All fits stoptHMl free by Dr
f:rent Nerve Restorer. No
fir ifter the first day's tise. Marvel
mis cures. Treaise and $2 trial bot-
n tree to fit cases. Send to Dr.
Kline, 931 Arch street, Philadelphia,
T- vr sale bv all drusrirists: call
SevenJPer Cent Seven Per Cent Seven Per
We have for sale a nice line of first
mortgages on Illinois, Nebraska and
South Dakota farms secured on land
worth from two to five times the
amount of loan, which we will sell if
taken at once so that they will net
the investor 7 per cent interest.
Jacksos & Hurst.
Attorneys at Law.
Masonic Temple Block.
The proprietors ot 17 questionable
resorts in Davenport together with
38 inmates, were notified to appear
at the police station and pay their
lines and Police Magistrate Ryan
took in over $1,000 yesterday morn
ing, with more to hear from. The
regular gleaning from this source
will amount to over fl.100 per
of medicinal agents is gradually rel
egating the old time ierbs, 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 by the California Fig Syrup
Co., only. For sale by all leading
1 a we
X 'J itlm i
- 'l ITcactacbe tnd relieve all tho trouble iic'
r i t to a bilious elate of tho system, such ws
'.iiziness, Kause&. Drowsiness, Distress after
.. .tiug. l'ainln the Side, &c Whilo tucirmcsi
, iijaai-VaHo success has been shown in curing
acRSiehe, yet Carter's Little Liver PITll art"
i -lu-.lly valnablo in Constipation, curing and pro
tenting tListnnoyinRComplainr,while they also
. crrcctoUdiaordcruof thestomiv htimulate tha
. iv'-r ana rugui&ie uio ooweia, AYeauuKjfuuif
iVliatnoy woald boalmcstTirioolessto those w19
PtJur from this distressing complaint: butfortu
riy tlicirrodneMSdoes notendh.Te,and thone
D cncetry them will find these little pills valu
ctiie in !Kiany wavs that Uiey will not bo wil
' xg to do withou t tlwm. But after allsict home
'Isthehaxeof soaianyllTea that here JaTtiiere
wemake cur great boast- Our piilacuroitwhilo
ntliers do not. ...
Carter's Little Liver Pills are very mall ana
very easy to take. One or two pills niatoa dose.
'Sbcx are strictly vegetable aad do no. Rripo or
puii-c. but Vy tbeir pentle action pluue all wha
c-e them. In vial sai'iS cents ; tivel "iL BOii)
by drr-tfLsta svi'ywixar or t .mt l t jLL
CARTER vrriICIt.i CC. . " York.
A T-.m nri Cnmnlete Treatment, consist Ice ot
goppositoriew. Ointment in Capsnlf, also in Box
and Pills; A Positive fore for External, Blind or
Diccair? iicninpr, vnromc nwcm or ih-huiiti ,
Piles. PmiLc wKAKNissxs and mtnv other dis
eases; it is always a irreat benefit to the general
bealth. The nrst aiscovery oi n meuirai cure ren
dering an operation with the knife unnecessary
herea fter. This Kf rr.edy has never necn known
to fall . 1 per box. 6 for $5 ; sent bv mail. Why
suffer from this terriable disease when a written
guarantee is positivly (riven with 6 bottles, to re.
fund the money if not cured. Send stamp for
free sama'e. unaracire l.s.to dj oiu agent.
JAPANESE LIVER PELLETS
Acts like marie on the Stomach, Liver and Bew
es; dtspeis lyf.pepsia. Biliousness, Fever. Colds,
Kervous Disoriiers.Meeplessness.Loss of Appetite,
restores the complection; perfect dipesuon fol
lows t heir use. Positive core for Sick Headacbb
and Constipation. Small, mild. ,asy to take Large
Vial" of 50 I'ills i cents.
UAKTZ & ULLMKVER Sole Acenu Rock IsV
A RARE SUBSCRIPTION BOOK
It would be a difficult matter to
produce a better selling
The Lives and Graves
01 Our Presidents.
By the RenowMd Writer, G. S. HVarrr, D. .,
Au hot of "Looking Forward for Young
Men," "Heart of the World," ttc.
It i the onlv book ever pnbllshed containing
full pape cabinet size enpravinra of all the Pres
idents from Washington to Harrison, together
with fu 1 and accurate
Vearriptiana r lhe Urivra and Xi mi
r Oar Urpirlra Prsl4rnt.
OTer 200,n) sold, and yet two-thirds of the ter
ritory is still clear. A study of ths Bin por
traits of our national heroes convinces us that our
fiatriotism Is not dead, and the story of thtir
ives vans patriotic blood everwhere.
Hon. II. A. Taonrs n, D. D , L. L. D., says:
I commend it most earnestly to jonngmcn vilio
are coming into citizenship and who wish to know
eoMtlting of the great etrvgg es and achievementt
of oar countries' heroes.
Hon. Niwnit Batemas, says: T can hcartilv
commend it s good and usefal. It is pleasing In
style, excellent in moral tone and trustworthy u.
This great historical work contains 5i6 Itlrh
t hapirrs. 4 lull fast- Knravinir,
it liiosrmimle". Itrin O"' 'milrt
Wiosririirl Ill-tory or Our National
This splendid wcrk is handsomely and s'roncly
beund, and is sold only through our authorized
agents at the followli.g eitremely low prices:
Old Gold Cloth, Marble Edge $3 f0
Old Oold Cloth. Gilt Edge 3 MJ
Linrarv Biudirg, Foil rliecp 4 SO
Turkey Moroco, Gilt E ite 5 73
Alligator, Gilt Edge. Padded Sides, very fine 6 0J
-l bs I.lv ad tinvfs sf All tne
rreldrst.'' published in separate volumes,
a somepn'iiisbere do. at nnly $l 50 per volume,
would cost $13. Our book would make 2-J iaree
ltemo volumes of over "JOO pages each. Therefore
any one who omrl:iitisof the pric of thi great
work, simply makes a public exhibition of his ig
Sc res of ag nt nre 'aking front five to
twenty o-ders per day for this i opular work, and
thereby niaWicg frotn $t! toli per day.
We are the s'e manoficturcrs of fie work
and absulairl)' eaarmiii'r rxrlusive
r. n'r I of tfrr, io y.
c-utflf for tr.k:r.g orders, consisting of pros
pectus b-iorf. and 'nil and tccorate luftructtous
or successful work will be fcet t pre; aid as foi
Bnund In ritth (-ame ss rcmplrtc work). ...Si 00
Bound in Full I urLe v MorDccn im imc as com-
I) ete wokl 300
A comukte cot,v cf the book will be s- nt with
or without a caiiVisKin,; omit, all caarg s pre
paid, un ajy of bjve ttvles of binding upon re
ceipt or tne price.
The National Book Concern,
Chicago, 111., U. S. A,
That is the general appearance of things at
house cleaning time. When you get straigh
tened around you will perhaps find room for an
Odd piece of Parlor Furniture,
Fancy Upholstered Rocker,
Sideboard, Dining Table, Chairs,
or something else in the line of Furniture.
We have a large assortment to select from.
TKT PAT? PT?T1 we are snow'nS some new and
111 UHliX JJ 1 LJ excusjve "designs,
Brussells, Tapestry, Ingrain, Hemp and Rag
Carpets, Oil Cloths, Mattings, Rugs and Mats.
Don't Forget the Baby
it would enjoy a ride in one of our elegant
Baby Garriages; over 50 styles to select
from, all beauties.
Just received a car load of Refrigerators and Ice
Chests, all s:yles and sizes.
Gasoline Stoves, Cook Stoves,
Ranges, Kitchen Furniture of all kinds.
Dinner, Tea and Toilet Sets.
CHAS. A. MECK
322 Brady Street, Davenport, Iowa.
ggUpholstering of all kinds to order.
Feathers renovated od short iioiice.
Sustain Home Industry
Calling for Rock Island
Brewing Co., Beer.
Bock Beer, the Best Made,
On Tap everywhere.
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.
J. T. DIXON
And Dealer in Aen's Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
INCOKPOKATED UNDER TIIE STATE LAW.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
Kock Island, III.
Open daily from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.. and Saturday evenings frcm 7 t 8 o'clock.
Five per cent Interest paid on Deposits. Money Jcaned on Personal col
lateral r Real Estate security.
P. L. MITCHELL, Prcs t. F. C. DEXKMANK, Vice Pris t. J. M . BTFOED, Cshi.
P. L. Mitchell, F. C. Denkmann, John Cmbanph. Phil Mitche'l, II. P. Ilnll, L. Simon,
E. W. Hurst, J. M. Bnford, John Volfc.
Jacksoh & Uokst. Solicitors.
Begin business July 8, 1E93, and occupy ths southeast corner of Mitchell & Lynde'a new kaLMicx
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