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, THE AUUUS, TIIU II SD AY, J ULY 1. 1833. , 7
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The safest and most
The poison is not driven out of r.ie system by
a more violent poison at the -xpens- of the g-neal
The treatement builrU up frori rh st r ?in1
the habi1; vanishes quietly uTia easily, leaving th
patient in perfect health.
The Testimony of all gradual '13 tint .imar--lous
renewal has taken place.
Institutes in all pirts of the United Stit-.
Literature on the subject sent 01 applic iri .n.
MOR'iELIj LTQJO ;:U.-tK CO
Hom Office; BUFORD BLOCK. Rock; Island, 111.
Sustain Home Industry
Calling for Roek Island
Brewing Co., Beer.
The Best Beer Made,
On Tap everywhere.
The Rock Island Brewing Company, success
ors to George Wagner's Atlantic Brewery, I
Ruber's City Brewery and Raible & Stengel's
Rock Island Brewery, as well ls Julius Junge's
Bottling Works, his 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.
This Hot Summer Time
You want Low Shoes
To keep you feet cool.
, We have several lots of Gent's Fine Don
gola Oxfords and Southern Ties, values
from S2.J0 to $3.50 will be sold for $2.00
Ladies' Brown and Tan Oxfords reduced
from $1.25 and $1.50 to $1X0 a pair.
Second and Harrison StsM Davenport.
MANHOOD RESTORED! ;:
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en.e..i:rho..Welt Memory. J' J i,iro"nnd lof power
lnlienerBtiTet)ranrfeltherxca ! .?J,cbi end t.. Iiittrnjlty. Ion-
exceMlveu-o of tobacco, oplnm or: M.mulnt. w , per box. Of or
'.,-.,,,ii,,i, nr InMiDltf. Canbeccrrie lln wipr J- , to tun
8fiIVV1oy mnll prepaid. With
Fr sale in Rock Island by Hartz &
permanent cure for the
18 D3 Second Avenue.
S""1 ;"T"Sow"t alldrul'i ,"r't;f,e
Ullmeyer, druggist, 301 12th st
! THE COUNTY BOARD. conditional to pav all damatres that I
Prorellnj;n of the Regular July Term
Hoard met pursuant to adjourn
ment, all members present except
Supervisors Trent and Armstrong,
Supervisor Sinnett, chairman, pre
siding. Minutes of yesterday's pro
ceedings read and approved.
Supervisor Cralle moved that the
county appropriate $20 to defray ex
penses of treatment of George Ilil
lier at the Chicago hospital. Car
ried. The committee on roads anil
bridges to whom the petition of the
Drury Toll Road company was re
ferred at yesterday's meeting sub
mitted the following report, and Su
pervisor Ford moved that the report
be received and appioved and that
the prayer of the petition be granted
as recommended, which carried:
The road and bridge committee to
whom was referred the petition of
the Drury Toll Road company to con
struct a toll road, plead at the De
cember term, lisil2, would respect
fully report and recommend that the
proposition made to said company by
your honorable body, and mentioned
in the roport of the special commit
tee as recorded in book K, pages H
and 15 of the record of your honora
ble body, as conditions upon which
the prayer of its petition aforesaid
won id be granted, and w hich said
company declined to accept by its
declination in writing filed July 11,
18(3, with the county clerk of hock
Island county, be withdrawn and not
insisted on; and it further appearing
that the said company Jias complied
with the statutes of that state in giv
ing notice of its intention to file its
said petition and make its said ap
plication by publication in the Kock
Island Ai:;is, a newspaper published
in Ruck Island county, Illinois, fur
four weeks successively next pro
ceeding tin; session of "the county
board at which said application was
reail as aforesaid. We therefore rec
ommend that said petition be granted
in terms and upon the conditions as
The said Drury Toll liu.id company
shall have the right and is herein'
granted the privilege of buildingand
operating and for that purpose ac
quiring all necessary land for the
period of 50 years, at the end of
which time it shall vest in the said
town of Drury unless sooner termi
nated by virtue of subsequent con
ditions in the grant, a toll road in
said county of Kock Island and state
of Iiiinois upon the following route
Commencing at the Illinois entj of
the bridge across the Mississippi
river opposite the city of Muscatine,
commonly known as the high bridge,
thence by the route of the present
traveled highway commonly known
as the old government military road,
or dug road, eastwardly through sec
tion 1, in township 10, 'range C west,
and sections tj anil 7 in township 16,
range 5 west, to the junction of said
road with the road leading from said
road to Illinois City in said section 7
as aforesaid, or upon any relocation
f any part or parts of said dug road
between said terminal points. The
highway commissioners of Drury
township, consenting to the occupa
tion of said parts of said roads in the
manner provided by statute and a
particular plat of said road when
thus located and before any tolls are
collected, to be filed and recorded in
accordance with law. Said toll read
to be constructed by said company
as soon as practicable and to be com
menced during the present year and
to be constructed follows" to-wit:
To be 20 feet wide on top, at least .'5
feet above the high water mark of
1K'J2, well built and gravelled and
there will not be more than one
bridge between what is known as
fourth slough and the bluffs, and one
bridge of at least the length of 110
feet span at the nearest slough to the
high bridge and to be maintained by
said company in good passable con
dition at all times.
The maximum rate of tolls to be
charged by said company for passage
upon such toll road until otherwise
fixed in accordance with law shall be
as follows, to-wit: 10 cents per
round trip for a double or single
team ; 5 cents per round trip for a
horse and cart or saddle horse and
rider: 1 cent per head each way for
cattle or horses in droves; $1 for
steam threshers, which shall only
have the right of passage after rea
sonable notice, and like trallic; all
foot men and extra passengers in ve
hicles shall be permitted to use such
road, without charge: such tolls to be
collected only until such times as
the said tolls collected thereon shall
repay the stockholders of said com
pany their capital invested with C
per cent interest thereon over and
above the reasonable cost of collec
tion and maintenance; and thereafter
the toll shall be reduced to such an
amount as will thereafter pay the
costs of maintenance of such "road,
and said company shall keep a true
account of the actual cost of con
struction of said toll road, including
bridging and grades and when done
to exhibit proper vouchers to such
officer or committee as shall be des
ignated by the board of supervisors
of said county of the actual cost of
said construction; and to keep for
ever open its books for the inspec
of said designated officers; and to
make an annual sworn statement of
receipts and expenditures at each
July meeting of said board of super
visors. Before this grant shall become op
erative, said company shall execute
good and sufficient bonds on the
amount of 12,500 each, one in favor
of the county of Rock Island and the
other in favor of the town of Drury
may result respectively to said coun
! tv and town liv i-oac-, - f 1 lw.
struction and maintenance of
toll road from whatever cause.
Said company shall provide and
keep open a right of passage from the
said toll road to the bank of the Mis
sissippi river both above and below
the high bridge so as to permit par
ties using said toll road to cross the
river upon the ice when safe without
crossing the high bridge. It is fur
ther made an express condition of
this grant that said toll road shall
only be built upon a regularly laid
out public highway, so that when the
Toll Road company shall cease to
have the right to operate said road
or collect tolls thereon the same shall
become a public highway in said
Drury township subject to its con
trol as other public highways there
in. All work done in the construction
of said toll road ami the bridges
thereon shall be let to the lowest re
sponsible bidder after two weeks1
The expenses to be incurred by
said Toll Koad company in collecting
said tolls and operating said road
shall not exceed 250 per year.
That this report be spread upon
the records of the board of supervi
sors and that the chairman of said
board and the county clerk of said
county be authorized and instructed
by said board to execute a grant in
writing in accordance herewith and
record the same in the recorder's of
fice of said county in accordance with
That the aforesaid proposed toll
road'' shall be laid out by the com
of highways of Drury
M. SCHOONM AKER,
J. H. Tittkkix;tos.
W. C. Wilson, of South Mol-ne, J.
H. Foster, of Drury, and Fred )s
boru, of Zuma. were, upon motion,
appointed as inspectors of the Drury
The special committee on county
burying grounds submitted the fol
lowing report, which on motion was
received and adopted:
Your committee appointed to look
after the county cemetery would re
spectfully report that it lias had drive
ways and walks laid out in the
grounds, and has had the road lead
ing to the same graded at a total
cost of $f7.25.
II. S. Case.
Artificial Maple Sugar.
Decoctions or extracts of the wood or
bark of trees are frequently rased for
flavoring simps or sugars. Different
extracts differ in taste. The hickory
tree, it is said, yields an extract that will
impart the flavor of the maple, and
Daily's method of producing artificial
maple sirup of ragar is as follows:
Make an extract of hickory bark or
wood by allowing water to percolate
through the same. The bark or wood
may be ground, or sawdust therefrom
used. Hot water may be used, or the
material boiled in water. The strength
of the extract may be increased by in
crease of the quantity of the wood or
bark. To one gallon of hot or boiling
en gar sirup add, Bay, three tables poon
fnls of the hickory extract. It is said
the effect of the extract is to produce a
flavor that renders the simp indistin
guishable from genuine maple sugar. If
the sirup is boiled down, a sugar re
sembling maple sugar in taste is pro
duced. London Public Opinion.
Whether on pleasure bent, or busi
ness, take on every trip a bottle of
Syrup of Figs, as it acts most pleas
antly ami effectually on the kidneys,
liver and bowels, preventing fevers,
headaches and other forms "of sick
ness. For sale in 50c and fl bottles
by all leaking druggists. Manufac
tured by the California Fig Syrup
SURROUNDED BY MYSTERY!
A Great Mistake.
A rrrrnt discovery is thr.t l:-rv"..v
!:7.inos, dullness, confusion of I'.s tin;
ct .. uro due to dcrun.pmi':it oi X'.M u.
-::ucrs which supply tho brain with n.-i
force; that indigestion, dyspep.-ta, neural.;
r. i:;l in stomach, rtc, arise, f mm 1'.-; di r :::
r.icnt of the nervo centers supn!j"l:i3 tlu . ; .
r::n: with nervo fluid or force. TiiW N '':
u-..e of many diseases of the hear-t mi ! : i
Tlio nerve system lsliko n telonrttph !
us win ue seen
cut. The little
v. liite line9 are
t'lt! nerves which
convoy the nerva
f r'e from tho
ferve centers to
every part of the
body, just as the
elect rfc current is
t li o telecraph
wires to every
station, larjre or
physicians fall to
rvsard this fact;
instead of treat
ins the nerve cen
ters for the causa
of the disorders
a rising therefrom
tliey treat the
M. !., LL. B., the
student of nervous diseases.
of many noted treatises on the latter subject
ion? since realized the truth of the first
statement, and Ills KestoraUve Nervine
Is prepared on that principle. Its success
l.i curing all diseases arislne from deranire
f:."nt of the nervous system is wonder
ful, as the thousands of unsolicited testimo
nials In possession of the company manufuc
turinjr the remedy amply prove.
lr. Miles' KestoraUve Nervine Is a reliable
remedy for all nervous diseases, such as
headache, nervous debility, prostration,
g'ccplessuess, dizziness hysteria, sexual de
bility, ft. Vitus dance, epilepsy, etc It Is
told by all drupgistson a positive guarantee,
or sent direct py the Dr. Miles Medical Co.,
Klkhart, Ind., on receipt of price, fl per bot
tle, six bottles for 85, express prepaid.
Restorative Nervine positively contains HQ
ojui6 w dangerous drug.
How people take advantage of
the low prices we are making.
Bed Room Suits-
Selling $25.00 Suits fbrE$l$.00.
At about SJ.OO.less than the regular price.
We are selling an elegant 6-piece Oak Frame
Set at $55.00 $50.00 would be a low price.;
For the Parlor, Fancy Chairs and Tables, Porch
and Lawn Furniture, Camp Stools.
BUY a good Refrigerator,
One that has all the good
Hard Wood free from odor.
Now is the time to buy CARPETS we always offer ex
tra inducements in July. MATTING an elegant as-SGUmeiit.
Easy Payments No extra charges
CHAS A. MEGK.
JKSrUphoIstering of all kinds to order.
FeatberB renovated on short notice.
Notice After July 1 store will close at G:30 p, ra.
In Oxfords and Fine Shoes.
Too many summer shoes for the time of
year. Cheap prices will move them. Be in
time, and get a BARGAIN.
Ladies Russia, Tan
Stylish. Were $5.50.
White Canvas Oxfords, Kid
Tip and trimmed. Were $2.50.
All of our Ladies Finest Hand
Turned Oxfords, square and pic
toe. Were $3. Now f 2.5.
Children's Tan Shoes reduced.
1625 Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
Peoria Cook and Ranges,
TnrwABs And Hotbe Fuenishuto Goods.
1618 BC0ND AVENUE.
Street, Davenport, Iowa.
Saturday at 10 p. m
Creoles Finest Russia Calf
Elegant Shoes Hand Turned
Tip and Plain, n Were $3. Now
Ladies line Hand Turned . Ox
ford pat. quarter and tip. Were
Lots of Children's Oxfords too
numerous to mention, at 'greatly
BOCK ISLAND, ILL'