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Till: ARGUS, SATURDAY, APRIL, 29. 1S'J3.
uW. YOU TRIED DRUSS AND FAILED
' TO FIND A CURE FOR
RHEUMATISM, LUMBAGO, SCIATICA,
KIDNEY, LIVER and BLADDER
COMPLAINTS, DYSPEPSIA, LAME-BACK, &c.
i..- COUNTY BOARD.
U.'l DR. SAKDEK'S ELECTRIC BELT
i 5' fl-
DR. HANDEVS ElCTIMC BKT.T
with Klertro Mnsnelic Snnpt n
moi-v will curd without metliriiiA
all of tbe above troubles. Those vbo
sutler from Nmoon liability,
lONnp8 Drain. .ot Manhood,
Poor Memory nil Female Com
plaint) and eeneral III health.
thettlectaof nbunes, excesses, worry
or exposure, will find relief and prompt
cure In our marvelous invention,
wliirh reouiren but a trial to convince
the most skeptical. In inornnceof ef
fects you may have un.iuly drained
yourrmem of nerve force and vualit y
which is electricity- and thus
caused yovrweuknessor Jackof force.
If you replace into your system the
elements thus drained, which are re
quired for vigorous strength, you will
Temovethe cause and health, strentri b
aiid vi:or wi;l follow at once. This
is our t'lun and treatment, and we
KUfirunree a cure or ret una money.
nn nnce boftlt "Til utr. i i.it,?r nir..i. ' ow remi ny fvery younc,
""T iT .Va and oll irinn. e::t wealed, free. Dr. Samlfu'n Klrrtrir Itelt is no experiment
n'1'1'1"' ,s tored i htiisurns to robust lien lth nnd viror, alter i.ll other t rent ments failed, ha can be
t.n V " n-ired;. f c.ie throuch' tut t hi and other states, who would pladly testify, and Ixozu xuuzij
" ",: . h-.ve stroxw letters buarinic testimony to i Leir recovery after using our Jit It.
WE HAVE CURED THESE-WE CAN CURE YOU J
rrTfl PEBILITY AXD WEAKNESS, j rtOMj-KiblPiM CP WIER PUHV CO.
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' ' r t:, -" rM utt -t inventions of tneuinett-enth . niendinc it to n v nfwnv friends wto are adhered with
1 run hiom now- iui.i.'ia . wniirnt n trine curt- or wntc'i t ho iwit m recunimennca.
xouisvtiy truly. iiaa, itvs. wicr nuwto,
LA31BACK:3KIINKY PIEA-U, AC.
CBTr,( October 17.
PR. A. T. SATtw, Prpr P!r r Tnis is to ct-rtify that t
hnv. Ui'd tlie ti.'in.!en Klectric belt for Io:nc hack a;nt
kidney trouble, n.i f.iv t thrme fvfflicrcd that I fcava
rt-ci'ived a rnipl teeii i-i. 1 mo-t htrfullv rfcnmmeiid
tuuin. Youw,&cM J All IS MILLS. 47 th and Kraiit-r sta.
KcoiiMLMJs ti;h i:elt to all.
Kansas Opt. KnnsaM. OotbfT 30th.
Ir. A. T. Sakiks, 1 n ut St,- u. !?. f t)ieift;li iutt.r H
hund. rtu'i I will wiy in reply that your No. ft. Ir. Sandti
1 U-ctric IVIt haa p-iven good jiatisf notion and hru; dons
mo a wouderfui pood. From nw on I Khali uc it
every- d iv, end kno It will brine me out all O. K.
Itavt.'friv, ;i y,v,r ix'll a pod reooii mi-nd topevprl her
IloeuLT wi'l pell rnnpv mre. I am. yot-r trt'.lr,
K. ti. al'lOiiT, Loci; liox H. i. titutioa-
.."'"'.'veral of your belti have betn sold, to the
vcfl.'insrnneoT votire.'i'irir wn.nua
1 1 '. . v'tH. i-' i- r than tu fort; u-;ag lU 1 ciu.tr
'''"'., ",. 1 v rt ei-mn-end vm:r b-lt.
- K WiliKl bhuvuict Avence.
HtnAT-mrf TT., Anrnst 7th, 1W.
C .-irN IH-.TP i r ? i iie r. iv 1 1 11- in - iv a
i"v i Lit Amlhisdoroajlit if re-'omm-mW J
nV v it ha3 done more f.r me t tmn all the
, ,vc tib'u in thne.Vfnrj. The time I Rot
a b'td ponditMjn. tiuTVertnc preui ly from
" - . -.il'tv nervou-iu-s-i, Ac, ami my lliKd was in
" - "1 ..,.r e"i'iltritni. 1 wi u-hed ut the timti 2 (Tot t a
' : '.: hut iitrri-nt v ritinruiT rwicM H l'.'..
" " ' ' : . i..,.,i.,n aii.'iimti '. f-:,i-!'tii"-f;r
THE DR. SANDEN ELECTRIC BELT
Hde Into a belt o as to be easily worn during worK or arrest, nnd ic
SANDEN ELECTRIC CO., 169 La Salle St.f CHICAGO, ILL,
lNCDUrnKATF.lt IMF.I THE STATE LAW.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
Hock Islani-, III.
i ipcn daily from a. in. to 4 p. m., and Saturday ivcDtns" from T to S o'c!. ck.
F.ve ht cent Interest paid on Deposits. Money loaned on Personal col
lateral or Real Estate security.
F. C. DENKMANN, Vice Frts't.
Kenk-raiin. John Crnhanph. I'hil Mitchell. II. P. Hull, L Sim c.
J. M . BUFOKD, Cahiei.
i ;. MITCHELL, Trce't.
'. L. Mitchell, F. C.
rir.iL business Jnly 8, If 90, and occupy the outheaut corner of Mitchell Jt Lynde's new Luildin!;
E. V. llurst. .1. M. Ituford, a.hi Volk.
Jackson & llciT, S. liitors.
W,iii;fs sverything from a tine
silk handkerchief to a circus
te;it; Lace curtains a specialty
No. 1724 THIRD AVE.
A. M- & L. J. PARKER,
Telephone No. 1214
makes no difference what kind. Using
greasy and inferior soaps is one road
to premature decay sore hands
sore hearts clothes never clean.
Not so when
T. H THOMAS
3 to 6 day3.
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WILL NOT CAUSt ffirA
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K THOMAS SoIp Aeent
Oar fEBFRrTIOS STHI50B tr vlth mrrW
ICLIiN. ti no BTAIN. PRSVIST8 BTB1CTU1
tor I.ONORKHCKA .nd OI.ItrT I, to -JO 4"
Ail lt' U KH for I.KtlCnKBHA or WU 'TES. .
f Id bT fcl llil(iHSTS. 8Diioin AaMrf
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235 Wis. Street
Nic. l. I. Cirru!a'-"r
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jfALI'S fVpoT Tilr-'uii "fai'n ""
Va' rCJC ! V ' tliemoMtuii jrfu) and Jnnii.. ,
ifr CKAt&iV rilnrs f-.- the hanrt kurc.Mnt. i
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Cor. Michioan As.and Mmm Bt. CHICAGO.
THOROUGH INSTRUCTION. CNIM BOaDINO.
is used. Cheerfully proceeds the
labor of wash-dav with health and
loner life assured. Hands all right
hearts hem ciotnes pure ana wnuc
as a ureeniana snowann.
J AS. S. KIRK & CO., Chicago
Dusky Diamond Tar Soap,
Makr tkr fkla Soft
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pcclitl M-etlnpof the Superviaors econd
Airil 27 Board met i)iirsnant to
adjournment, all the memliers pres-
nt except supervisor lrent. ruper
irior Sinnett, chairman, tiresidinjj.
The minutes of yesterday's meeting
were read and approved.
certihcate of the aiipointment oi
Ezra L. Eastman bv the city council.
of Moline, as overseer of the poor for
he city of Moline, and Ins bond as
uch were reail y tlie clerk, ami at
he request of Supervisors Ford, Jen
kins and Shafer, action on the same
was deferreil until 2 o'clock this af
Chairman Sinnett announced his
standing committees for the ensuing
year as loiiows:
Finance Wilson, Schoonmaker,
Cralle, Britton and and Peterson.
Town and Town Accounts Trent.
McKinlev anl Carey.
Eiuali.ation Hasson. Ford.Schuci-
ler. Sehafer and Armstroiiir.
Miscellaneous Claims Jenkins,
Fit zpat rick and Powell.
1 oor i-arm Schneider. inton and
Poor Vinton. Oierjr. Titterint'in,
i rev and Powi-11.
lloails and Bridges Sehooiimaker,
ritierinirton and lioodrich.
rVbatiinents Sehafer. Case, La-
mont. .detziar anil iiittoii.
YVavsaiid Means Fonl. Lees and
Jf.ii ar.d Jail Account Cralle.
Armstrong and Swank.
Fees and Salaries Peterson. Jon-
kins. Lees. Swank and Mi'lzu,"ar.
Public Expenditures Case, Mc
Kinlev and (Hiei-jr.
.Judiciary Simielt, Trent and llas
ii Supervisor Hat-son moved that the
hill of fare iroverninir the overseers
of poor in this county last year he
adopted for the ensuing year. Sup
ervisor Britton moved as an amend
ment that the word shot's"' in said
hill be erased and I lie words boots
or shoes"' he inserted in Us place.
Amendment pearried. The original
motion as amended was thereupon
voted on and carried.
Supervisor Hasson moved that the
county pav a bounty on tun grown
wolves ot o per head, ana on young
wolves of $2 per head. Supervisor
Goodrich moved as an amendment
that the eountv pay a bounty of $S
per head for old and 2 iter head for
vounijr wolves. Aineiwiiiciu carried.
A. vote was then taken upon the orig
inal moll m as amended and earned.
Supervisor Wilson moved that the
clerk be instructed to notify ex-sup
ervisors who have statutes in their
possession belonging to the county to
turn said statutes over to uieir suc
cessors in oluce. t. an ion.
Supervisor Shafer moved that the
bill of Mercer county arainst this
county be referred to tlie judiciary
committee with full power to act.
The clerk read a report from the
former committee on poor farm
which report was on motion adopted
and ordered -placed on lile.
On motion all bills against th
county were leferred to the respec
tive committees without reading.
The matter of taking action upon
the appointment of E. L. Eastman
bv the city council as poormaster of
Moline and the approval ot his bond
now came up for consideration.
Supervisor Jenkins moved mat ac
tion on the aforesaid bond be re
forred until the July term of thi
board until the appellate court has
given its decision as to whether the
cities or the eountv have the right
to appoint the poormasiers. Super
visor 1-ord moved as a substitute
that the bond of said E. L. Eastman
lie approved. Tlie yeas and nays be
ing called resulted as follows:
Aves Carey, Cralle. Fortl. Has
son." Laniont, Lees, Metzgar, Oberg.
Shafer, Trent. Wilson 11.
Noes Armstrong, Britton. Case
Fitzpatriek, Goodrich, Jenkins. Mo
Kinlev, Peterson. Swank, Schneider,
Schoonmaker. Titterington, Vinton
Powell 14 Substitute lost; original
Supervisor Wilson moved that the
state's attorney's office be furnished
with a docket. Carried.
The committee appointed by the
chair to receive bids from the differ
ent newspapers of Bock Island and
Moline for publishing the proceeding
of the board for tlie ensuing year
made the following report:
We the committee appointed to re
ceive bids for printing the proceed
in"-s of the board of supervisors
would report that we called on
tho Ahois Bock Island Union
Tri-City Blade, Bock Islander,
Moline Dispatch, Moline Bepublican-
Journal, and report the bids ot each
Bock Island Argus, $100: Book Island
Union. $125; Kock Islander, f 100; Tri
City Blade, $125; Moline Bepublican-
Journal; $110; Moline Dispatch, $104
A. F. Vinton,
Supervisor Jenkins moved that the
Kock Island AHGl'S and the Moline
Dispatch be selected to publish the
proceedings ot the board lor tue en
suing year at $100 each. Supervisor
Fitzpatriek moved as substitute that
the Bock Island Argus, the Kock Isl
and Union and the Moline Dispatch
be selected to publish the proceed
ings of the board for the ensu.n
year at 100 each. Substitute car-
The committee on fees and salar
ies submitted the following repor
which on motion was received and
Your committee on fees and salar
ies would report that they have ex
aniined all claims presented before
them, and recommend the payment
of the following, and that the clerk
be directed to issue orders for the
several amounts to tlie several claim
I rcian Adam...S2S3 33;.T A lohifton
S Prt 00
M Pis.ttit 7 NiiJaraes Maslin .. 40 Ot)
II I) Blnkemare.. 00.1'hii Killer 66 10
MM llri'u' 88 7. s t: ri'immer .. 25 00
Jame Co.ad ifft Ouj K M Sila 50
H C Clarke ST iiOilien Lout; 1 "
Andrew Ktze 3 TO Emma Ttinm 1 . Pi CO
M A Uoild 00 Edwin Ward .. . Hi S5
Divid Uawcs 78 2jH C Wivisl 23 S3
Your committee on fees and salar
ies refer tlie bill of M. M. Stur
''eon to the board.
A. C. Peterson,
T. B. Lees.
H. C. Metzgar.
T. M. Jenkins,
J. C. Swank,
Supervisor Wilson moved that the
ill of M. M. Sturgeon be allowed at
$115. OS. Supervisor Jenkins moved
is a substitute that action on the
iliove bill be deferred until the next
-egular meeting of the board. Sub
The committee on miscellaneous
laims submitted the following re
ott which on motion was received
l our committee on miscellaneous
claims would report that they have
xanuncd all claims presented betore
them, and recommend the payment
f the following, and that the clerk
e directed to issue orders for the
everal amounts to the several claim
ants", to-wit :
r.l-ke& ttutke i
1) Go uoii
i J GuviMnirer. . .
J E lltiwt!iori.e.
lU-n v Kinner
tine M Na.U. .
Mtisi-i -felder .V
H7 75 Mclntirv Bnts. ... a -ro
2t!l !J S C l'lummr H.", CJ
5 t ) Louis U Pfoh 5 J oT'4
4 Oil ! H lime A-m .. 2:1 IS
llMM Stuhr -Svifft-.t.. 50
-3 no t! spe di l 11 ")'
J W Stewart 57
20 05 M tfchil inatr 19 2H
L. V. 'KAA1E,
J . C. WANK,
flic eomniittee on abatements sub-
milted the following report which on
mo' ion was received and adopted.
Your committee to whom was re
ferred abatements would submit the
following report: The petition of
David Cramer on oO ft e side lot if
blk 1 John Deere's addition to Mo
line. that tlie sum of $11. S2 be re
funded to said David Cramer, the
same tract having been sold in error.
The petitions of J. W. Lawhead
and James Y. Doonan and Alfred
Moller be rejected.
John Schafer, Jr.,
G. La mont,
H. C. Metzgar,
J. (i. Britton,
II. S. Case,
The committee on jail and jail ac'
conn's submitted the following re
port which on motion was received
Your committee on jail and jail ac;o .nts would
report that they have examined all claims pre
sented befoic them, and recommend the var
ment of the folio ins, a d th -t the e'erk bo di
rectep to issue o-ders for the several au.oun'S to
the several claimant-, to-wit :
It M shi to .$H (fl C ft Marshall 6()
Wm An on 5 t J ' Joi n M rris "o.. 3i 40
Geo D l'arna'd JC PF I'etliboue &
Co 47 51 i
Oailasnar. V Co.. :i M CM I'arver
KCra-titr u .V Co 7 70 VVFtftiavie
W A Darii. it 17 50 111 Aritua.
Wm Don 10 50 . 1 I Cniou
1 llvies 14 (W .1 F Simpson
3 B I ariet v
111 ITititini; Co. . . yi; IK) , wurks ItiO)
111 C4tem Uospt- ;' t!ase quist ISC'
tai insane 2 0. rranK .vuvior.... it o.
111 northern h is- u A Vethi 'nead 85 r
pita1 insan-"-. . . . ;J mi a i ase .... Ill j
B F Knox li 00
T. M. IE- KtS".
John G Powfi.i..
The matter of appointing a doctor
for the poor for the city of Bock Isl-
i:id was deferred until the next
meeting of the board.
Board adjourned until tomorrow
morning at o'clock.
in U.S. !
. rrrflwanO iliev-s'1 tb? trenbVw ;.7t0
i..-. u t 'jilloitn attitJ ot syrtrm. kae!i ua
Uian ibo Fi.lo, ic TT:iia -tiicir :v.,.-f
-IJ-.i-le eucreuc has lec?i ehov.n la cu';
! s'sr.hc, yr-t Carter'3 lit-io TJvpr Plltfj ni
- r -..-:t! tuisKrir;-y:i;reCLUiJlaiut.wuilo they alss
: .,r.-o,'t sUUi.ic rO'-rsof tliortomfhtti'uulatath
reudregiiiatatiebowcin. i.ven 11 UK.y only
i.& h'.cv -woul J boelmc3tprieelc(!3tothwewr. O
;.'i. rlr6iTithiidUtref s;ua complaint: butforra-i.--
t My theirpoodu-i doe3 notend h-Teiud tbon
xrh .i once try them will hnO these liillo pilla vaia
j.i ie :n soiny waya tb.t luey will not lo wil
La do wiUisttt t Lea:. Ltit after allaick besc
Jt it f bane ci so TO riy liv?3 that hore Is -rchera
Tmuiake onr great boaat. Our pills cure it while
ethers do iiot.
Carter's Little Hvor IIIjs are very small anil
Trry easy to take Cot or two f ills mt-Voa duec
They are strictly vwet3"elouii do n.. cripe or
purtK, buil-y Uicir i?on;locioj yl,-aall who
l-aetheni. irt viiisa'. i5oei.ts ; l'vvf 1. Hoi
fcy Crvf jiMr. ' vc-j-w liore, or ;
ask for the GERTS, LUMBARD & v.O-,
Chicago-Made Brushes, and insist on pet
ting them. See our name on tne nanuie
none other genuine. Our brushes are the B
Best Made Best Material
of any manufactured in this country.
Gerts, Lumbard & Co.,
Establihe' ibx CHICAGO
Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Xarcotic substance. It ij a harmless substitute
- for Paregoric, Irops, Soothing Syrups, and. Castor Oil.
It is Pleasant. Its gnarautco ii tuirty ycars use by
Millions of 3Iothcrs. Castoria destroys Worms and allays
fev;rishuess. Castoria prevents vomitings Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation and. flatulency.
Castoria assimilates tho food, regulates the stomach
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria is tho Children's Panacea tho Mother's Friend.
Cast-ori-i is an excellent medicino f or chil
dren. Slothers have repeatedly told nie of its
good effect upon their children."
D.u G. C Osgood,
" Castoria Is the le;-t reme.lv for children of
which I t-i:i aequainted. I hope tbe day is not
fi Uistait when mothers willconsilerthe real
interest of their children, nnd use Castoria in
stead of the variousquack nostrums which are
destrc-ying their loved ones, by forcing opi'.im,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
agents clown their throats, thereby tcniiius
Uiem to premature graves."
Da. J. F. KiNCHEixiE,
" Castoria Is so well adapted to children thai
I recommend it nssuperiortoany prescriptioo
known to w."
II. A. Archer, 5L D.,
Hi So. Oxford St., Ilrooklyn, IT. T.
" Our physicians ia the children's depart
inent have spoken hi(;hly of their experi
ence in their outside practice wkh-Castoria,
and although we only have ainons our
medical supplies what is known as regular
products, yet we are free to confess that th
merits of Castoria has won us to look with
favor upon it."
United IIosrrTai. and DisPKHSaat,
Allen C. Smitii, Pres.,
Tlie Centaur Company, 11 Mnrj ay Street, New York City.
THB MOLINE WAGON,
The Moline Wagon Co.,
Sflanulacturers ol FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAGONS
l full and complete lire of Platform and other Spring Wacons, especially aasptea to to
es-c trade of superior workmanship and finivh Illustrated Price List free on
tliication. See the MOL1HB WAGON before purchasing
SEIVERS & ANDERSON,
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
All Kinds ol Carpenter Work Done.
General Jobbing done on short notice and satisfaction guaranteed. r
Office and Show 121 Twelfth Street. EOCK ISLASD
A. BIj ACKH ALLi
Mannfactsrer of all kinds of
BOOTS AND 8BOE3
Gent's Fine Shoes a specialty. R?ilrin?done neatly and promptly.
A share of yonr patronage ref pectfnlly sc.icived.
ISIS Second eWenu. Rock Island, 111
R . Hudsoh.
M. J. Paekhu
HUDSON & PARKER,
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS,
All kind b cf Carpentering promptly attended to. Estimate
furaished when desired.
Shop cor. Firet ave. ard Seventeenth st. Rock Island.
GEORGE SCHAFER, Proprietor.
1801 Second Avenue, Corner of Sixteenth Street, Opposite Harper's Theatre.
The choicest Wine. Liquors. Beer and Cigars always on Hand
Tree Lunch Every Day
Sandwiches Famished on Short Notice.
City 'Bus and Express Line.
Telephone Rock Island or Harper Hotels for 'bus or express
wagon and you will receive prompt attention,
TIMBERTi A KE & SPENCER, Prop.
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