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THE AUG US, THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1893.
The safest and most permanent cure for the
The poison" is not driven out of the system by
a more vio'eat pofs n at the expense of the general
The tieaUment builds tip from the stare and
the habit vanishes quietly and easily, leaving the
patient in perf c: health.
The Testimony of all graduates is that a marve
lous renewal his taken place.
Correspondence confi i-nria!.
Institutes in all pirts of the United States.
Literature on the subject sent on. application
MOR.'tSIib LIQUOR CURii CJ
IIom Office. BUFORD BLOCK. Rock IsUnd. Ill
Sustain Home Industry
Callmg for Rock Island
Brewing1 Co., Beer.
The Best Beer Made,
On Tap everywhere.
The Rock Island Brewing Company, success
ors to Georee Wagner's Atlantic Brewery, I.
Huber's City Brewery and Raible & Stengel's
Rock Island Brewery, as welf 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.
from those that purchased a pair of our
World's Fair Shoes:
We are enjoying the Fair immensely. Your shoes
give us great comfort. We are able. to wal'c all day
and not suffer the slightest inconvenience. They are
indespensible to us. .
MORAL Be eure and get a pair before etartiDg on
a pleasure trip and remember that we give special at
FITTIItfG THE FOOT-
SHgSTSFT . , Mi
-friliiiiii in lilflMiimwi""" MUM--'
Second and Harrison Sts., Davenport.
1803 Second Avenue;
exce.ITO mot oJej. .opium . or r mu r i"ox O for &.
Amotion or Insanity. Can be carried " " , "
At mail prepaia. "n ".ViWVfri Sold bT all dwfrtata. A forlt,tae
sale in Rock Island by Hartz & Ullmeyer, arnggist, oui in .
Afternoon Session nd Inspection by the
f Official Report
City Council Room, Kock Island,
June 21. The city council met in
adjourned session, Mayor Medill pre
siding and all the aldermen present.
The clerk read a petition from J.E.
Montrose, asking permission to build
a frame shed in the Harper house
yard, also a remonstrance signed by
George Schneider against the loca
tion of the shed as proposed. Aid.
Kladel moved that the petition and
remonstrance be referred to the fire
and light committee with power to
The clerk read a communication
from Fred Hass in relation to the oc
cupancy of First avenue by II. C.
Johnson and others for a flouring
mill and the K. I. & P. Railway com
pany for sidetracks. Aid. Corken
moved that the .communication be
received and placed on tile. Aid.
liladel offered as a substitute that it
be referred to the street and alley
and ordinance committees. Substi
tute carried, 13 to 1. (Fickenscher.)
Aid. liladel moved that the Hock
Islam! Stove Co. be given permission
to raise the sewer under tlieir omitt
ing on Fourth street. Carried.
The clerk read a bill from J. .
Huntoon for $223.3. balance due him
on contract; also the city engineer's
final estimate showing: this amount
due. Aid. Foss moved that J. N.
Huntoon be allowed $20i on account.
Aid. liladel moved that a recess be
taken to inspect the grade in t"ue
Second. Third and Fourth wards, and
also a route of the proposed storm
drain in SchneH's addition. Car
On reassembling Aid. Dauber, from
the sewer committee, reported in ta-
vor of accepting a proposition from
Harth & liabeock. thevto put in a box
drain on TVnt h avenue extending Irom
the west side of'the alley in Taylor's
addition to the west side of the alley
in Mock 4 liarth & liabcock's addi
tion, the city to fill in on Tenth ave
nue on each sidc of the box drain so
as to afford a driveway. Report re
ceived and proposition accepted by
unanimous vote, on motion of Aid.
Aid. Dauber moved that the city
engineer be instructed to prepare an
estimate of the cost of a storm drain
from the west line of Twenty-seventh
street a distance of about 70 feet to
the ld culvert. Carried.
Aid. liladel moved that the peti
tion of F. liauniback for the closing
of a culvert on Fifth avenue be not
Aid. Foss moved that the city en
gineer be instructed to prepare an
estimate of the cost of a storm drain
of sufficient capacity, connecting
Twenty-seventh strict with culvert
running diagonally across Fifth ave
Aid. Foss moved that the city en
gineer be instructed to prepare an
estimate of the cost of constructing
a storm drain of sufficient size to
carry off storm water commencing
at Twenty-fifth street and Ninth
avenue running west along Ninth
avenue to Twenty-fourth street,
thence north to the Mississippi river,
also to prepare estimate of cost of
storm drain of sufficient capacity
commencing at Twenty-fifth street,
running tfiagonally through Schnell's
addition to Tenth avenue and west
to Seventeenth street. Carried unani
mously. Aid." Corken moved that the street
and alley committee and city engi
neer be instructed to investigate the
matter of grades from Seventeenth
street between Fourth and Sixth ave
nues west to the Mississippi river
with a view of establishing an easier
Aid. Kennedy moved that the clerk
be authorized "to advertise for bids
for replanking Rock river bridges as
previously recommended by the
bridge committee. Carried.
The council adjourned on motion
A. D. Hi ksin5. City Clerk.
Try ice cream soda at Krell &
Cream served with every glass of
soda at Krell & Math's.
Phosphates that do you good to
drink at Krell & Math's.
Ten good work horses for sale.
Apply to Elbert ;Mead, Sear's brick
New cotton top mattresses at $2.85
at J. W. Jones' second hand store,
1622 Second avenue.
Wanted A good girl for general
housework. Apply ' lo Mrs. George
F. Roth, 1116 Second avenue.
One hundred woven wire cots,
bran new, for $ 1.85 at J. V. Jones'
second hand store, 1C22 Second ave
nue. We serve pure fruit juice and crys
tal spring water in our soda. Re
member this and try Krell & Math's
Bill Poster (Jus Miller has received
notice that the great Forepaugh
shows will be here on Saturday,
Engineer John lireecher. of the
Rock Island, has moved his family
to lilue Island, where they will here
after make their home.
The Rock Island clerks are obtain
ing the sentiment of the merchants
in the matter of early closing, and
another meeting in which both clerks
and merchants will be represented
is to be held in the near future.
Yesterday was the 72d birthday of
Julius Mosenfelder, and in accord
ance Tv"lth an old time custom Mr.
Mosenfeldef's sons and other rela
tives visited the venerable gen
tleman last evening and celebrated
John Heattv, the popular presi
dent of the Iron Molders" union, left
last night for Chicago, where on next
Tuesday he will be united in mar
riage with Miss Minnie Messmer,
formerly of this city They will
spend the honeymoon at Cincinnati
and expect to return here about July
7, where they will make their home.
Little, Ent Iavtly.
"Litllc drops of water.
Little grains of rand.
Make the michty oc an.
And th'i pJeacant land.''
Ant d'oppini; into prose, we wonld eay, ibat
Dr. Plerc -V Pleasant Pellets are mild. ut prompt
in relieving constipati'in, sick headache. bilio;is
nttii kd. pains i the r tzUm ot kidney, torpid
liver, and in r prorirjj a tu-nl by. ratural ! ct:on to
the stomach and bawe's 2" crirs h vial. One
pellet a l ce- Little, but lively. The ns.-of the
old style, drnic p Us is an mtrapoon the human
World' Fulr lC;ile.
The Burlington route (C, 15. it Q.
II. R.) will well round trip tickets
from Rock Island to Chicago and re
turn from April 2o to October ol,
1893, inclusive, at $; final limit for
return November lo, lh'JJ. Contin
uous iroing passage date of sale-
Continuous return passage on cr be
fore linal limit. Children ol live
years and under 12 years of age half
of above raies.
II. D. Mack. Div. Pass. Agt..
Kock Island, 111.
M. J. Young, Agt., Rock Island.
I have been a great sufferer from
catarrh for over tu years; uau uier
i.ori niil hrdlv breathe. Some
nights I could not sleep and had to
walk the floor, i purcuareu x-ij
Cream Balm and am using it freely
it is working a cure surely. I have
l friends to use it. and
iti, iiannv results in every case. It
is the medicine above all, others for
ami ;t. is worth its weiebt in
p-old. I thank God I have found a
remedy I can use with safety and
that does an mat. is ciiuji;u
It iB curing rny deafness. B W,
Speiry, Hartford, Conn.
An n.i :n ii;:ir.i u-lls us that the angel
on truant .it li.e :oor ot neaveu was once
iisiu'd I...' ;:iiui.-iLivc passer H more mar
ried or i: sTi.rlj women risssl throuli.
'il iei ones," hit promptly au-
"Itidivd!"' tiid the questioner, who was
a man, and who immediately began to
Illume himself. "Their hasliiinds' virtue
of course :ulf nit Ul tin -.n. That was right.
The stronger should aid the weaker."
"Xo," replied the ani, "that is not tue
"Then what is it?"
"Well, if you must know," said the angel
confidentially, "we pass them first on their
own merits; hits of 'em et thronp-h that
way. Vl.i v. t.e:: v. i 1 ...l i uyoi::ct
recomme;..:...i.i i .i : 'n
written ii'ai::st her :is:r.e. ":' nt.se are they
which have ci .'iic up oui t.Z i.T.'-ut tribula
tion!' and tue yuli-s lly open." Kle:uior
Looking l or f.ic Spoon.
An army officer's wife laughs gayly at
what she is please! to term the fastidious
ness of some of hex friends.
"You should have leen with me on the
plains," hhe always remarks, adding once:
"My husband and 1 stopped for a time in a
Texas frontier hour-e, where several civil
engineers were also boarders. The tea and
coffee were served with but one cup aud
saucer. There Wits in fact only one spoon
in theestablishiiu ut. That belonged to the
sutrar basin. From there it would be re
move:! to stir the tup's contents nr. it
was prepared by the hostess and started
down the lony table. Sometimes it would
be overlooked and lost. Then asearch would
be instituted. 'Vbere is oh, Mrs. Illake,
you have the spoon.' I would send it back
to the tray, and the meal would proceed."
Xevv York Times.
A Theater Orchestra.
Here is a story W. i Bland tells about
an occurrence no farther away than in 1
"As advance agent not many years ago I
had to arrange for a company at Dolan's
theater, and so, after the custom, it be
came necessary for me to ascertain all the
points possible about the theater, depth of
stage, height of grooves, etc., and timoug
the rest how ruany pi--ces were in the or
chestra. So 1 put the question to Dulau.
'"Orchestra." Pieces' repeated DoLin.
Then he paused a secoud and then seuteu
tiouslv said, 'Three."
" 'Vhat!' I exclaimed. 'Only three pieces
in your orchestra?'
" 'Yes, sir, three piano, stool and cov
er.' " Stw York Tress.
LARGE, EXTRA LARGEJ
We have a large assortment.
We can certainly suit you.
Elegant Parlor Suits,
Odd pieces for the Parlor,
Ingrain, Hemp and Rag,
Mattings and Oil Cloths.
Easy to operate.
2ugency Impeiial Bicycles.
Easy Payments No extra charges
GHAS. A. MEGK,
322 Brady Street, Davenport, Iowa.
HSpITjjholsterirjg of allkinds to order.
Feathers renovated on short notice.
How to Preserve Leaves ami Plants.
To preserve leaves and other parts of
plants propfily t!icv siior.M 1; placed be
tween sheets ot blt.tliuy japer, :uid the pa
Iers kIiouM be ciiiiiied .oi:ee a d::y for two
or three duy.i. They i.honld be dried as
rapidly as jiossible by pa.s.i:iy; a warm liat
irou over the paper eaeli time the change is
made. They should be kept under mod
erate pressure at lirst, and to insure evea
pressiuy it. will le well to place a btiff
jjiece ot card boaitl or btraw lKaixl at inter
vals between the sheet. When the drying
appears to be well advanced, the pressure
on the specimens may be increased. Brook
The leasant efTect anl perfect
pafetv with which ladies may use the
California liquid laxative, Syrup of
Fifrs, under all conditions, makes it
their favorite remedy. To ret the
true and genuine article, look for the
name of the California V'Z Syrup
company, printed near the bottom of
Fourth of July Celebration.
For the Fourth of July, the Bur
lington, Cedar Rapids & Northern
railwnv will sell excursion tickets be
tween all points on its line at a very
1 . , T.-1. O.I
Jow rate, rickets on paie .jui.yoo
and 4th. good to return on or before
.fnlw .1th- 1893. For further infor
mation call on or address any agent
of this company.
J. E. Hannegan, t-
Gen. Tkt. & Pass. Agt.
50 PER CENT OFF.
We have several lues 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 litted before they are all gone.
visit our BARGAIN COUNTERS
162? Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
For the next 30 days
In Bedroom Suits.
In order to reduce the 'immense line we
have to make room for other goods we must
sacrifice them. Come at once and secure
the best bargain that was ever offered in'jthe
CLEMANN d SALZMAMM.
1525 and 1527
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