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THE AllGUS. MONDAY, MAT 1, 1893.
U THE TIME
Riiv That New Carpet.
... the finest line of Brussels, Tapestry, In
airis and Mattings in the three cities.
,t i,.(lro"m Suites and Parlor Suites? We are he.i-'-'
(r n,1"s" We are showing a verj- fine l'ne of
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THE COUNTY BOARD.
!t. v.v M only 00 roan b? ued as a quilting frame.
W. S. HOLBROOK,
ri3 ion, 107 E. Second S:reet, DAVENPOET, IA.
We have just received a
ev shipment of these very
ylish shoes, and we guar
ntee the price and quality.
25 Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
hTPTT Von rS-o Tn
The World's Fair
iciluu Will iic:t:i io an aov um
fortable Shoe if you want to
enjoy the show.
What we would recommend you to buy is
Dair of our Hphw Sole Walking Boots, a
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ill." s pm u nninton mr wri ikiiiu iiininiNfx
We carry this shoe in all widths and sizes.
we can lit any toot and guarantee comtort.
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1803 Second Avenue;
Special Meeting of the Supervisors Third
Uij'j 1'ioi eedi nt.
April 28 Board met pursvant to
ail journment. Al. tue members p es
ent except Supervisor Schoon maker.
Supervisor Sinnetl. chaimi3nr pre
s!ilin;. Minutes of yesterday's meei-in-j
read and approved.
Supervisor brltton moved tbat the
maiter of postponing action on Mr.
Sturgeon's bill until the July meet
ng of this board as decided at yes
terday's meeting be reeons"deied and
that Mr. Siurp;eons bill be al'on ed as
reported by the committee. Canned.
By the consent of the board Mr.
Easlaian withdrew his bond, liled yes
terday. Supervisor Armstrong moved tbrt
the board now proceed to appoint a
poorniaster of Moline. Cairied.
Supervisor Hasson moved that the
overseers o the poor oe governed by
tlie same rules tnat were adopteil by
i lie uoara last yetir in relation there
.'o. Supervisor Wilson " moved that as
an amendment that no ouls'dc aid be
furnished the poor from June 1 to
December 1, except in case of s'ek
ness or old age. Said aid to be le't
to tlie discretion of the oversoer.
The yeas and nays being called for
on the amendment resulted as follows:
Aves Case, Jenkins, Titlerington
and Wilson 4.
Noes Armstrong. Britton, Ca
rey, Cralle. Fold. Fl.zpatriek,
llood-ich, Hasson, Lamont, Lees,
Meti.gar, McKinley Oberg. Peter
son, Swank, Schneider. 'Jient, Vin
son and rveli 19. Amendment
The oiiginal motion was now vold
uxin and can led.
Supe; visor W'lson moved that the
compensation of the oormaster of
Moi'iie ami Rock Island be tixed at if 1
per lay Torn the 1st day of June vo
i.ie 1st day of November and ,j0 cents
per dry from :he 1st day of June to
ihe 1st day of November for days aet
nallv emp'oveit as such poormasiers.
Sujervisor Jenkins moved that tlie
board reconsider ihe action taken
ye terday in regard to the ajpo:nt
ment of a doctor for the poor in liock
Supervisor Ford ofTeieii the folliw
i'lg pel it ion :
Moline, IK., April 2S. 1S93 j'heie
icing a vacancy in ihe oflice of poo--masier
i.i ihe lown oT Moi'iie, the
undei signed res pee; f ul! y petitions
ths board lo np-oi .t K.ra i. Kps -man
to sa'.d oflice dm in-; tin? verm o
tiiis board. Ci st. M. Fkkp.
SupeiTisor. town Mol'ne.
Supervisor Hasson inoved the
gi:i'u:,igoi ihe prayer ii ;he peti
tion. Sn pervisor denkins moved as an
anu-ndineiit that L. iV Kerns ne ic
lained as pool niaster of Moline uniil
t 'ie appellate con. t has rendered lis
deeis'on in the case perta;nirg llieie
to and iinw pending.
The yeas and nays being ca'led on
the amendment resu'leil as follows:
Ayes (ioodrieii. Jenkins. I'etci
son. Schneider '.
Noes Arnis.rng. Biiiton, Caiey,
CiaMe. Case. loiiU Fit z-ia t rie'r. . lla's
s in. Lees. Mes zgar.McKinicy, Obrrg,
Swank. Trent. Ti 1 1 eri ol on Vimon.
Wilson, "oweii losl.
Wiiereupon the ayt-s and nays
were called on the original motion
and resulted as follows:
Aves Armstro lg. Britton, Carey,
Cralle, Case. Fold, J'itzpa -"ck. Has
son. Lees. Metzgar. Mokin'cv, Obeig,
Swa.ik. Treru TI . terington, Vinton,
Wilson. Powell IS.
Noes (Joodr-eh. Jenkins, Per son
Supervisor Fitzpatr'ck oflered the
following resolution and moved its
adoot ion :
Whereas, Our court house build
ing is oin ann iiiiapiuaM'ii. consiimi
lv in need of repai; . and not onlv is
it not in keeping with the wealth and
energy me eopie oi ine county.
but instead, siands as a perpetual
monument, indicative oi a lack oi
enterprise, puolic spirit and pro
gress, on the pari ot ine citizens oi
the county, its olliccrs and represent
Whereas, The present aeeommo
lations are whollv inadequate for the
holitiii"- ff the circuit ami the countv
courts of the county, and the proper
transaction of the county business.
Therefore be ii resolved that the
chairman of the board appoint a com
mittee of t:ve iipei Viso; s to investi
gate as to itie needs oiinecouniy anu
irolialue cost oi me erection oi a new
court hour-o ami report to this board
it its nest July meeting with a icc-
rvnmii'mlsliun as to '. lie time and
manner of raising the monev neces
snrv lo erect stu-h a court house as
will comport with the wealth, enter
prise and progress ot ine county.
The veas and navs being called for
on the'adoption of the resolution re-
suite.i as follows:
Ayes Armstrong, Britton, Carey,
Cralle. Case, lord, r ltzpatnek.
Goodrich. Hasson, Jenkins, Lees,
Metzn-ar. McKinley, Oberg, 1'eterson
Swank, Sliater, seuneiuer. ireni,
Titterinirton, Vinton, Powell 21.
Kc Wilson 1. Resolution car
As such committee the chair ap
pointed Supervisors ritzpatrick
Snlineider. Vinton, Britton and
The committee on poor submitted
the following report waich on mo
lion was received and adopted:
Yonr committee on toor wonld reixirt thst they
bave exanutit'd ail claims jjrcccuitwi ut;ire iaem,
h ronmmend the payment of the followinc,
and the clerk fce directed to isjue order for the
BCeral airOUIUa U fcue ecicnu i.jjiiuiaaie,
m Arnold f 7 OOiMary Nold $12 00
W A Bean 13 00' M K Gates 60
T H Ellis
8 COiM Peterson &Son 3 00
4 eiiiWm Klnck 4 00
3 60;Spencer Broe.... 17 00
0l)!o Mpeidel 42 tl
21 o:i Geo chneiae.-.. 5 00
13 50' Peter Scherer .. 6 00
20 45 E J Summers .. . 8 00
P K Bow kci.
J M Cor bin ... .
W arren Hunter.
T EUleb 5J OO Tnoa limit 13 00
W A Ehleb 16 0J C H bneidel.... 4 00
Chaa Engel 57 5; J B Sonder& Son 9 30
lless Bros 7 00; E M Sala BO 00
L Kramer .... ISC vOon Schneider.. 89 CO
T K Lartin 4 00 J T Shields 8 CH
Moeller Bros 16 00 W & lunkmacn 9 00
E B McKown... 8HMPJ Wagner 10 00
Alclntire Bros ... 8 00Wbclan Broe 8 00
Jotn Tltlser 5 39 on; Max Kroeier 8 80
Johni--n& Jingle 10 25 E B Kaox. 80 00
l. a juapes 4 w .JSwaQronji ix. oi uu
SOCTU ROCK is: akt.
II S Case 8 13lSouder& Son.... 8 00
C W Horton U' E M Sala 10 00
M Mayer 3 00! W ight & Gretna' 1 25
McTntire Bros .. 2 t0J W Stewart 80
II P SpitZDa 1 00
Mrs C Morehead S 15 14
SOUTH MO' .INK.
Wm 11 Bailey 6 ;-2Geo W McDonald 8 CO
L 8 Chris i'n ACo 8 U0 Wiu Dii-rks CJ
J W Bionkmnn.. 3 00 W'ks & Bnrfroyne 10 50
See,"eldt& H'rtm' 10 75'
HAM PTOM .
10 00 Mrs R M Mitchell 12 01
4.' 01 D A Wea.hcihcad 2 50
JH Bendle 5 50 CrabUrreAMartin. 19 OS
Krapp ALi aj 10 OlljFi-ank Naylo:' 4 00
Hah Martiu 12 diJoau l'ryce 4 40
Jasier Forayth.... 3 53 F D Owen 2 50
Wm Block 2 no J 11 Ixwiy & Co.. 4 00
Wm Denbigh 13 05; A A olio 3 03
EKPhv,1 5 00 Schafer & Hearoall C5
Mrs A. Ellis 5 00 John Zolllnirur 5 00
GarneltA Maxwell 5 (.0
1.LAI K HAWK.
John Buryanek... 4 PrvsicJ Jt lleath 16 43
J L . i.jw 3 (K)ii ti Sydnor 7 St
JP'it::i atrlck 6 20nald Wals-h 8 50
JHGilman 62UiFG Wbire . 8 55
11.1 lluyitt 4 4u
The liili or John U Funonc for S3i.;15 rciected
not oeiuj; caititied to
J. H. TT TERINGTON,
A. F. VlNTOS,
John G. fuwtiL,
t HAS. OliKKO,
W. K. CAHEIi.
The committee on poor farm sub
mit led tlie following leport which
on motion was leceived and adopted:
Your commit iee on poor farm c'a'ms would re
port that they have examined p II cW'ms present
ed before them, and recommend the payment of
the following, and that hscl rK Oe directed lo
issae orders for toe several an.oanU to the sev
eral claimants, to-wit:
B Krapp 31 OS Wra Killing 13 25
liuter A: uousm n in iv 40 -it
i E liallev & Co. 2lil St Tohn 1'rye M 9J
U 11 Boman 12 80 P B Lime Asn... C 85
Barna' -l & las Quick & Onrtitn.. 9 88
.Mht Co 2 4SJ WSiewait 20 0
C II Uibbcrn Son 2T ! Wm C Therto 27 80
David Don -, T U Thomas 12 41
TDuun&Son 3 WJtio VmJywTr.. 5 00
W II Dow 2MI 65 Warno k Kalst' 5U 80
Davis & Co 24 lti Wm & Wynn at 60
li G Frjzer 2 311 Wl!liinis White
llarlz & hahnsen 17 82 Co 48 50
1 K lln-do-i If, ST Frank Nay lor 46 45
H & S, Hoffman.. 1 70 Gilbert Petty ... 1 50
ill IhirliI teal . S.OSientrom 5 80
Henry ilaujit 200 6
A. V. VlNTO.N.
The commit tee on public expendi
tures submitted the following report
which on motion was received and
liock 1 sin i I das company, .-.zr;
15. De.nSap. $11.50; Central Union
Telephone co in pan y . ' $4 o. 1 SI .
We recommend that the bill ot
(ieorire l:irker for ice amotintini io
fin 'oe reject 'd.
II. S. Cask.
(iFll. II. McKlNLKV,
The fo'.lowi litr pet i i'm of the Tri-
t it v Elect lie Srinkler compauy was
subnii.ied. and on motion was re
ferred to the committee on public ex
penditures with power to act:
The undersigned. The Tri-City
Sprinklins; company would respeo
fullv sub n t the following: offer:
To sprinkle Tliird avenue in fiont
of the court house square for ?2.45
per week, or they will sprniKie ihinl
avenue ami one nan oi i iitceniu
street for )?;. 45 per week. Very respectfully.
TKI-CITV M'KINKLEi: t. O.
liv Y. C. Ilemenwav.
Ezra L. Eastman submitted h:s
bond as poorniaster of ih-i town of
Moline which on moti on Was received
Ihe to.Iowinu: petition, was pre
sented and read ov tlie ci :
The undersigned resieclf all v ro
juests voer honorable ody to a-
jiomt Claries Knjrel as overseer oi
the n.or for the township of Kock
Jslaiul for the ensuinir year. J Ins is
aceordintr to the stauue for l-S'.il,
chaiiler 107. section IS. Kcspeetf ullv,
A. C. Pkteusox,
F. M. SlXNKTT,
Supervisor Case moved that ihe
pravcr of the petition be granted
Su iervisor Laiuont moved as an
amendment that the matter belaid
over until the Julv meeting of tlie
board. Amendment lost. The orig
inal motion was then voted upon and
Tb following communication 'was
presented and read bv the clerk:
J uu undersigned navinj' made a
new map of the city of of Kock Isl
CouMnaed on Third rase.
Mr. J. C. Jones, of Fulton, Ark., feays of
PRj?553a "About ten years arro I con-
rfi iSiin tracted a severe case of blood
poison. Lieaomg physicians prescrilied
madicine after medicine, wbich I toc.k
TTtthout acy re.iei. 1 also tried mer?.u
risl aud jotash reracdies, v.iili c:;fuc
results, but v:li;-hVrouhtc:i r.
ttaok of mcrcuri i r cushat :Vn t':
ruade ray life oue of ugocy. Alter rv.
: :icg four years I g.;vS up till riafcc;..
aud commenced using S. . S. Ali
tuJiing several bottles. I w.is en.u-ojy
cured and able to resume work.
ja53?21 is tns greatest medicine for
tffwyfM blood poisoning to-day on
TreatiBtt on Blood and Skin Diseases malted,
The Best Assortment.
The Largest Assortment
The Most Complete Assortment
Draperies, Stoves and
BED ROOM SUITS.
A car load of new, choice goods, we have marked
A good 8 Piece Suit for $15.00.
A beautiful 3 Piece Suit lor lT.OO.
Au elegant 3 Piece Suit for 20.00.
These Prices Talk.
They are positively the biggest bargains offered in
he three cities. The same way in Carpets, Oil
Cloths, Mattings, Lace Curtains and Draperies.
An elegant assortment at rock bottom prices.
Refrigerators and Gasoline Stoves.
Agency for IMPERIAL BICYCLES, best made.
OKAS. A. MECK
322 Brady Street, Davenport, Iowa.
tUpholsiering of all kinds to order.
Feathers renovated on short notice.
Try a bottle of our Furniture Polish none better.
Galling- for Hock Island
Brewing1 Go., 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.
The Furniture establishment of
i;lD;m St. SALZMANN.
is replete with all the novelties of the sea
son, purchased for cash from the best
known makers in Grand Rapids. They can
not only save you money, but give you new
and choice designs in Parlor and Chamber
Furniture, sideboards, tables, chairs and
lounges. Thanking you for your patronage
they solicit an early call.
1525 and 1527
124 126Jand 128
C Bunchcr 10 00S K Fettit 16 00
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