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THE A IMS UK THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1S!?3.
Morrell Cure for the
IS A PERFECT CURE,
No disagreeable symptoms accompany the
treatment. The patient is greatly improved
in health; the appetite for these habits
passes away quietly and easily under the
treatment and the patient is allowed to con
tinue his daily work. .
jstitutrs in all pnrts of the Unite 1 8c t ea.
Horn Office. BUFORD BLOCK. Rock Island, 111.
Sustain Home Industry
Brewing- Co., Beer.
The Best Beer Made,
On Tap everywhere.
The Rock Island Brewing Company, success-
Kuber's City Brewery and Raible & Stengel's
Rock Island' Brewery, as well as Julius Junge's
Bouling Works, has one of the most complete
Brewing establishments including Bottling de
triment in the country. The product is the
very best. Beer is bott'ed at the brewery and
delivered to any part of the tri-cities, and may
be ordered direct from the headiOftkes on Mo
line avenue bv Telephone.
Our line of Summer Novelties
are away in
Russia Leather in Fausts, Bluchers, Oxfords
and Edson Tiesnarrow, square toe and
White Ganvas Oxfords in all styes. We
carry these goods in all widths and sizes.
Second and Harrison Sts., Davenport.
of EN EVENING-.
1803 Second Avenue.
uilf-r:itl rwi fair
M-t to rnrr all mtimh dl-
S-f. pa-H-K.suc hiiKWenk Memory, Iof Brain I'i'ct. 1 sii.tM.-ne. WnkeluliteM.
iyl Im MKiihoiHl. NlKhtlr KnitMlom. Nervouiine : s.ni!ilr:;ili.niul IiwhoI power
i JM li.;tn.Tilive irirni.ii of either sex cbhihwI l)OTriiwiiiiii.rmuinTjr
MB1 excemUve Hue of mbaoeo. opium or ntiniulant. wlilcto liu to liinnnltr. ton-V-JJMnmntlnnor
!nanltr. Can be carried In twl pnrsi-i. 1 in-ruux.Oforai.
KfGRlTTr-T-- rrruud th- moni-y. Clmilnr f w. Hold lr lillru;.flt. -Ak for It. take
un-flU if TFR IK'r. a.i.i. . k' u -m.' v n klaumic Reunite. CHICAGO. ILL.
fr sale in Rock Island by Hartz & Ullmejer, druggist, 301 12th st
Proceeding of I. tint Might's Adjourned
Council Meet In p.
Official Report. J
CiTr Council Koom, Hock Island,
June 5. The city council met in
adjourned session at -8 p. m..
Mayor Medill presiding and all the
aldermen present except Kinner.
Aid. Kuscbmann, from the street
and alley committee, reported
against the petition of 1. 1). Clark
and others for the opening and grad
ing of Sixth avenue. Keport re
ceived and liled on motion of Aid.
QAld. Ku-u-hmann also reported on
the petition of II. C. Cleaveland and
others for the covering of Tenth ave
nue, and reported having had the
work done. Keport received and
The street and alley committee
was granted further tinio on the pe
tition of Mrs. C. E. Farrell.
Aid. Kusehmann reported on the
bill of I... K. Gaylord that including
the city's proportion of the Four
teenth avenue improvement the sum
of fl, 140.99 as collected. Aid. Ken
nedy moved that the mayor and city
clerk be authorized to pay L. E. Gay
lord $ 1,140.99 on account of Four
teenth avenue improvement. Car
The committee to whom was re
ferred the petition of II. C. Johnson
and others, asked further time,
which was granted.
The sewer committee asked fur
ther time on the petition of F. Haum
Aid. Kennedy moved that the
sewer committee ami city engineer
make estimate of cost of connecting
sewer on Twenty-seventh street with
Fifth avenue sewer and report same
at next meeting. Carried.
The following bonds of city officers
were read and approved by unanim
ous vote: Lawrence Kramer deputy
marshal. Fred Ohlweiler police pa
trolman, yi. Hum-her park commis
sioner, and George Green city scav
enger. The clerk read an ordinance for
the construction of sidewalks iiv the
Fifth ward by special taxation, which
was referred to Aid. Evans and
The clerk read an ordinance re
pealing an ordinance entitled "an
ordinance fur the improvement of
Twenty-third street from the south
line of Third avenue to the north
line of Fourth avenue and from the
south line of Fifth avenue east along
said Twenty-third street, south to a
line flo feet south of and paralled
with the smith line of Ninth avenue."'
which was passed by unanimous
The clerk read an ordinance for
improvement by paving by special
taxation of Seventeenth and Nine
teenth streets from Third to Fourth
avenues. Twenty-third street from
Third to til? north line of Fourth
avenue and Fifth avewue south to ."! 0
feet south of Ninth avenue, which
was passed unanimously on motion
of Aid. Kennedy.
On motiiii of Aid. Kennedy a re
cess of 10 minutes was taken to al
low commisssioners to prepare an
estimate of cost of paying Seven
teenth, Nineteeth and Twenty-third
On reassembling Aid. Kuschman
presented the commissioners' report
on the paving of said last mentioned
st reets amounting' to 29,120. He
On motion of Aid. ltladel the city
attorney was instructed to commence
t he necessary proceedings in court
for the paving of said street.
A communication from the Central
Union Telephone Co., offering to put
in a telephone police patrol system
at the rate of 30 per year for each
station Was referred to the lire and
light and police committees to inves
tigate and report at the next meet
The following petitions were re
ferred to the street and alley com
mittie: F. E. Kobbins and others,
Henry Curtis and Kate Ziegler.
On motion of Aid. Evans the city
attorney was authorized to purchase
all necessary blanks for special as
sessment ami taxation proceeding.
The petition of Barth & Babcock
to put in a box drain on Tenth ave
nue in Taylor's addition was referred
to the sewer and street and alley
committees on motion of Aid. Evans.
The clerk read a petition of W.
Li m burg and others to grade Sixth
avenue from Twelfth to Sixteenth
Aid. Corkcn moved that the prayer
of petitioners be granted. Aid. Ev
ans moved as an amendment that the
petitions be referred to the street
and alley committee. Amendment
The petition of II. Conwell to be
allowd to put in n watering trough
on Third avenue between Twenty
second and Twenty-third streets was
referred to the waterworks commit
tee. The petition of Albert Kusehmann
for license to conduct a public scale
on Fourth avenue was granted. On
motion of Aid. Kennedy the bond of
Albert Kusehmann in the sum or f 100
as a public weigher was approved.
A petition of Thomas Meegan and
others to repair a certain bridge on
Forty-second street was referred to
the committee on bridges.
A petition of F. Bail m bach to con
nect with the sewer on Fifth avenue
- The clerk read a communication
from J. N. Huntoon, a contractor,
asking and allowance of f400 on ac
count. Aid. Evans moved that the com
munication of J.. N. Huntoon be re
ferred to the street and alley and
finance committees, city attorney
and mavor to investigate and report
at the next meeting. Motion sec
onded by Aid. Fickenscher.
AM. Foss offered as a substitute
the following resolution:
Resolved, That although the con
tract of J. N. Huntoon was not let in
a regular way, the sum of 300 bo al
lowed said Huntoon on account.
Substitute adopted, 11 to 2 (Evans
An invitation of President Olsson
of Augustana college to attend the
commencement exercises and jubilee
concert in University park on Thurs
day and Friday evenings was accept
ed on motion of Aid. Evans.
Adjourned on motion of Aid. Ken
nedy. A. I). Hl esing, City Clerk.
June 5. Moline Water Power com
pany to John Anderson, lot 5, block
V, Water Power company's seventh
add., Moline, 600.
William Goldsworthy to Marv M.
Grant, part lot 21, block 3, llealey's
sub div., 1.
Geofge F, Kotli, to Bertha Hansen,
e.V lot 2, block 38, Chicago or Lower
add.. Hock Island, 1,400.
City of Koek Island to Gilpin
Moore, tract by metes and bounds,
citv of Koek Island, 705.
Francis Black to W. Edelnian, lot
42, block 3G, Hampton burying
Alice B. Briggs to Jeremiah Dono
van, lot 4. block 1, Brijrg's add.,
South Bock Island, 250.
Alice Briggs to William Donovan,
lot 3, block 1. Bririr"s add., South
Bock Island, 200.
John D. Beecher to Andrew J. An
derson, lot 0, Beeehcr's replat, city
of Bock Island, 2,200.
5. John Cain to .John F. Butzer,
se' 20, 19.
V. S. Cool, sw!
C. B. Tavenner to
ne) 33. 2i. 2c. sfs.10.
Hester Harris to W. E. Harris, part
nwj se 1, 17, lw, 50: .
The pleasant effect and perfect
safety with which ladies may use the
California liiplid laxative. Syrup of
Figs, under all conditions, makes it
their favorite remedy. To get the
true and genuine article, look for the
name of the California Fig Syrup
company, printed near the bottom of
Sehoiil Election Not lee.
Notice Is hereby Riven that on Tuesday, June
27. A. D , 1S9.1, in the city of Koek Island, Illi
nois, an clect:on will be held for two members
of the Board of Education, which election will bo
opt'iici at S o'clock m the moraine and continue
thereafter nrtil 7 o'clock in the afternoon of that
YoUrs of lhe first ward will vote nt the Frank
lin hose house, located in satd wiinl.
Viteis of the Second ward will vote at the
Phoenix hose houpc located in paid ward.
Voters of the Third ward will oie at Hie Wide
awake hose house, located in frnid ward.
Vtitersoflhe Fourth waul will vote at the
Dirmrk liverv sta' le, locatt'd 1n said ward .
Voters of the r ifth ward wiil vote at the Fifth
Ward hose house.
Voters of the sixth wa-d will vole at the Cable
hosehoue. located in Mlid ward
Voters of the seventh wird will vi te at the
Gi'pin hose house, loc ited iu said ward.
1 he several polling places at ve n tned wi'l be
open on Tuesday, June ti. ao Tufeday, J ur.o 20,
lMI-'i, fur the purpose of registration of voters.
T. J . .M Kiui-i.. Jr., Mavor.
Ecek Jslind, 111., June :i. Is'.' i.
Fits All lits stopped free by Dr
Kline's Great Nerve Bcstorer. No
lits after the first day's use. Marvel
ous cures. Treaise and 2 trial bot
tie free to lit cases. Send to Dr
Kline, 131 Arch street, Philadelphia
Pa For sale by al! druggists: call
The Human Electrical Forces !
How They Control the Organs
of the Body.
The electrical force of the human body, as
the nerve fluid may be termed, is an espe
cially attractive department of science, as it
exerts so marked an influence on the health
of the organs of the body. Nerve force 13
produced by the brain and conveyed by
means of the nerves to the various orjrnns of
the IxKiy, thus supplying the latter with the
vuainy necessary u in
sure their health. The
pneuinncastric nerve, as
shown here, may bo said
to be the most important
of the entire nerve sys
tem, as it supplies the
heart, lungs, stomach,
bowels, etc., witli the
nerve force necessary to
keep them active and
hetilthy. As will bo seen
by the rut the long nerve
descpiidinz from the
b;iNe of the brain and
terminating in the bow
els is the nneumoeastric.
v. hiletbe numerous lit-.
t,.e branches supply the
litvirt. lunrs and stom-
ii -u with necessary vi
tality. When the brain
!n tnos in any way dis-
o-Hiored by irritability
'. exhaust ion. the nerve
foive which it. supplies
i. lessoned, alii the or
i't'ii reviving the di
minished supply are ron-m'-i
I'iiysicHns generally fail to revgiii7.
t!.e imjrirt anre tf this fact, but front the
(it -4iiti itself instead of the cause of lhe trouble
Tin- noted stteriulist. Franklin Miles. M. I).,
' .L. H., has given the greater part of lits life
t the study of this subject, and the principal
uisrovortes ronrerning ft are due to his efforts.
Ir. Miles' Kestorative Nervine, the unri
valed brain and nerve food. Is prepared on the
principle that all nervous and many other
ili iieulties originate from disorders of the
nerve centers. Its wonderful success In curing
t if disorders is testified to by thousands lu
every part of the land.
Kestorative Nervine cures Eleeplessnes
nervous prostration, dizziness, hysteria, sex
u i! debility, St. Vitus dance, epilepsy, etc. 1
Is free from opiates or dangerous drugs. 1
is sold on a positive guarantee by all drug
gists, or sent direct by the Dr. Miles Medical
-., Elkhart, Ind., on receipt of price. 81 per
bottle, six bottles for 85, express prepaid.
r ii i
235 Wis. Street
YOUNC . ND
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write am bov for Syro ptom Blank and JvKi;rlx..
11 LilAllin riu omn
II rnrnuc l SAMPLE t
t Th PEWU PUO CO.. f i
vrlfctini! frrfw- of el
th BMt delinhiful nd darbl J
lor ui umW'"wi .
TTll fUi lor two Sol
Are You Prepared For me m mm
Ice Cream Freezers.
Porch ai Lawn CMrs autl Settees.
Our Refrigerators and (iasolinc
Stoves are the best makes, the most
economical as well as ornamental.
They are constructed on correct prin
ciples and always gire satisfaction.
REMEMBER, we caD'furnisli
yon with anything in the line
Easy Payments No extra charges
OH&S. A. MEGK,
Tk lbphonk 421
322 Brady Street, Davenport, Iowa.
ESp-Upholstering of all kinds to cider.
Keathers renovated on short notice.
50 PER CENT OFF.
We have sc vci a! iuis of Ladies' fine Oxfords
carried over from last season, mostly in A,
B and C,widths nearly all sizes, and we shall
Cut the price in. two. Be sure and
be fitted before they are all gone.
Visit our BARGAIN COUNTERS.
162? Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
Cut in Half
We give a few of the bargains which we will
offer this week:
Japanese tea-pots 12, 14, 17c
White granite plates, 5in 03c
side dishes.'. 05c
, coTered sugars 15c
White granite bakers. ..7, 10, 15, 18c
" planers 9, 23, 28c
scollop nappies 7, 9, 11c
18 qt dish pans 25c
8 in pic tins 2c
Everything in the store will be slaughtered this
week. Everything must go. Come early and
avoid the rush.
(rep. H. Kingsbury
PAIR a ND ART ST OR .