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THE AUG US, FIUDAY, JULY 14, 1833.
NOW IS THE TIME
To Buy That New Carpet.
We have the finest line of Brussels, Tapestry, In--grains
and Mattings in the three cities.
II v about Bj Iroani Suites and Parlor Suites? We are head
quarters for these goods. We arc showing a very tine line of
LACE CURTAINS, also our line of CHENILLE CURTAINS
has never-been better, and don't fail to see our
Finest in the world and only $3.00 ean be used as a quiltingjframe.
W. S. HOLBROOK,
10 i, lOii, 107 E. S-coni Str?t, D iV3NP.)3T, fA.
IVloi ho le 41S
Sustain Home Industry
Calling- for Rock 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.
Huber's City Brewery and Raible & Stengel's
Rock Island Brt&ery, as well as 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 bottied at the brewery and
delivered to any part of the tri-cities, and may
be ordered direct from the head offices on o
Iine avenue by Telephone.
This Hoi Summer Time
You want Low Shoes
To keep your feet cool.
We have several lots of Gent's Fine Don
gola Oxfords and Southern Ties, values
from $250 to $1.50 will be sold for $2.00
Ladies' Brown and Tan Oxfords reduced
from $1.25 and $1.50 to $1.00 a pair.
Second and Harrison Sits., Davenport.
1803 Second Avenue;
THE COUNTY BOARD.
Proceeding of the Regular July Term
THIKD PAY CONTINUED.
The committee on public expendi
tures submitted the following report
which on motion was received and
I Your com ..tie in public expenditures would
j report that they have exati.l led ll cluimx p-e-scnted
before th !in, an1 reco nmend the payment
of the following, and tba the clerk be directed to
Igane orders for the several am unt4 to the sev
era claimant-, to wil:
Blake & Hark J!2 71 J I. MnHin $ 5 00
II Hers & on 15 50 T M McDonald 8 Oil
Colliig Bro- 40 Ml Step'n O'Conno-.. 3 25
Mapg e 'nicy 15 It 1 Ga Co 99 00
City of K-ca Island. SO Wm He have 13 70
lli-nrv Hhrhorn 14 00 OA Shiblev 00
MaMl la t ooduian. I Sfl R i Lumber Co 12 h5
M K Ware 11 O Valentine 16 -H5
(; O HiirkH'aedt...10 00 It S Case 12 SO
frank lii 5 45 w II p;ou 1 S5
F S Lnflin 37 25 .John Walticr 0 S5
H S Cab".
It II MrKlNLET.
r HAW UHhliC,
Supervisor Britton moved that the
bill of George Barker for $5 be re
jected. Supervisor Lamont moved
as an amendment, that the said bill
be allowed at 5. Amendment car
ried. The motion as amended was
then voted upon and carried.
The committee on miscellaneous
claims submitted the following re
port which on motion was received
Your committee on miscellaneous claims would
report that they have examined ull claims pre
lected before them, and recommend the payment
of the following, and that the clerk be directed
to is!ne orders for the several amiunta to the
several claimant?, to wit :
Aliwrrsnn l.loyd. $.& OOMotan Morrie Co. 550 15
S W Bowser... . R 00 C M I'arker. 10 05
James a Hritton .
TO Plow. Tub Co 1110
S 00 P V I'cttibone. .. 4 Si)
87 SO Port Byron tilolie 4 00
40 H) Porter rrint Co.. .Sit 0'J
H 00 W V Quaye 1 111
A F ilrandt
U D Barnard A Co
Cen U Tel Co
Win Don ...
153 7s A G Pickett 4 00
f- as'.n'an.t Jo-don
II U PolM.ni
Jos F it z nut rick. .
J Uni lqiii-t .. .
Joel It kiump'.on.
III I' Co
Ill Ii s Blian
Ill Hosp F min..
Ill Ius deaf d'b..
W K Johmo i ...
lurk Kettering ..
E B Knox
C I! Marsha I
Phil .ilc:heil ...
The claim of Dr
12 55 Orr n Kotu ria 2i t'O
6 h0 K I A runs St; 45
00 11 ACI:Wemu:ker . 10 HO
SSI !l II v Sioue ft "0
12 40 FM inneil a 50
11) no J'hn Selnfer, Jr. Hum
is 10 fn on Prim Co.. til 10
47 Vi Howard M White S 00
MIHKieo Weaver.'.... 10 00
5 ;4 I! Crampion 5
7li 8.1 L' C ( II ti-r 25 10
in Oti HenrT Case 22 50
8 OOCImrle. Oberg... 5 00
8.' 00 G II McKla ey 5 00
3 60'C Schneider as 60
2T SO Cullui'hun i Co.. 3 V)
-.' 5S A K Vinton 27 51
G. W. Wliei-ler was rejected
on account cf informality.
T M . Ieikih.
Jos Fitz iatbick
Jojs G. Powell,
The committee on fees and salar
ies submitted the following report
which ou motion
was received and
and claims would
have examined all
before them, and
payment of the following, anil that
the clerk be directed to issue orders
for the several amounts to the sev
eral claimants, to-wit:
The following witnesses claimed
their fees in criminal cases before the
grand jury at the May term of the
People v Sutton Ed Kittleson, 1.
4 ); Phi! Miller, 1.10; J. K.jGroom,
$-2A ; A. W. Wilson, $2.40; O. E.
Adams, 1.4 ; Charles S. Kerns, $1.
40. People v Lindiiist A. Johnson,
il.10; George Long, $1.10. .
People v Connor Ed Kittleson,
$1.4 1; Charles llaymen, $1.10; J. W.
Jones. $1.10; Am re Lowssaert, $3.
People v Am berg T. B. Kearney,
$1.40; Edson liedcord, $1.10.
People v Kinneally J. W. Wafer,
$1.30; J. M. Ickes, $1.20; G. II. Ilun
toon, $1.40; Phil Miller, $1.10.
People v Bover Edmund Lincks,
$1.10; F. C. 'lloppe, $1.10; John
People v Mable Ia Grange John
Schaab, $1.10; W. La Grange, $5.40;
Phil Miller, $1.10; Charles Smith,
People y Gilpin Moore II. S. Dib
Doughert v Rudolph E.
alias Kelley F.
John C. Voijel,
People v Knittle
S. Lathn. l.lo.
People v (iumber
The following is a list of witnesses
who claimed their fees in cruv-inal
cases before the circuit court at
the Mav term of the circuit court, A.
People vs Sutton J. K. Groom
$1.40. Charles Uobb $1.40, Thomas
Shields $20, Charles S Kerns $1.40, A.
W. Wilson, $1.40. Charles P,obb$1.40,
Ed Kittilson $1.40, J. K. Groom $1.40,
A. W. Wilson $1.40, Phil Miller$l, 10,
Phil Miller $1.10.
People vs Lundijuist George Long
People vs Kcidv George Long
$1.10, Andrew Etzel $1.10.
People vs Kinneallv Phil Miller
People vs Gilpin Moore C H Dib
People v Mable La Grange Charles
E. Smith, $5.10; George Long, $1.10;
Phil Miller, $5.10. George Lundquist,
$5.10; X. L. La Grunge, $2.40; E. J.
La Grange, $7.80; Frank Knox, $8.10;
Bernard Kedecker, $1.10; Jane Mc
Nish, $5.10; B. F. Knox, $1.10; John
A. Gilmore, $1.40; XV. B. McKee,
$2.40; J. XV. Morgan, $2 40; P. H.
Wessell, $1.40; W. II. Sherman, $2.30;
Mrs. W. E. Metzgar, $4.40; Julia
Swinford, $5.10; M. J. Harris, $3.10;
11. XV. Swinford, $1.10; XV. E. Clev
erstone, $1.10; Julia Swinford, $3.10;
L. Kramer, $2.10; Harry Means,
$C20; John Schaab. $4.10; Oscar
Kamser, $3.10; II. XV. Swinford,
The above is a correct list of wit
nesses who claimed fees at the May
term of the circuit court, 1SU3.
Geokge XV. Gamble
The committee on fees and salar
ies submitted the following report,
motion was received and
Your committee on fee anl salaries would re
port that they have examined all claims pre
sented before them, and recommend the pay
ment of th9 following, Sid tb.it the e'erk bo dl
rected to issue o dera for the several a-r.oun-s to
the several claimant", twit:
Lncian Adams.. $340 001
Ed Kittlefon 10 10
ueo B Brown 1(1
Jeo Lone 8 25
M M Brig?s Hi 50
I L Maslin 100 00
O M BisMiit 511 251
V W Strom
eter liloomsman 8 00
11 I) Blake more.. 5 BO
K C Clarke 155 00
G t Stofldari
M H Sex ion
W K Schroed. r..
Emma Tonnel .
l. V Ec hart 5 45
CD Go don 57H 75
J W Gordon 73 7i
James Venable .
M A Goild 40 00
H A Weld
John Muiqueen. .
We reject the b li
of James Breen
Ian W Gould ... 45
H C Hani. 104 10
Unvid Baves x-t 0"i
I. f Kerns 20 2"
e have rece ived tne bill of C B Mar-hail,
county superintendent of schoo s and tied the
same correct ai'd r .commend that the cleri c r
tify the aro, to the s ate auditor.
A C Petbson,
T H I.KKS.
T M .I-K1NS,
J C CWiNK,
The committee on poor submitted
the following report which on mo
tion was received and adopted:
Your committee on poor would leuort that they
have examined all claim .reen'ed before them,
and recommen 1 the payment of the following,
and the clerk t e direrted to issu j crccrforthe
Se.erjl amounts t the tcveral claimants, to-wit:
Swun J pple 15 00 L Kramer
Ionia Bear Jb Co.. 1 5i B h Knox
WH Bean IS 00 i K Uirkin..
12 (A) Morller Bros..
M-s C, Heck.
Broks & Tllier;l,
Hiiiwm r & co.-.. .
Coil V Min Co ..
W A Khlet
Chas Engel .
M K (iatis
t: C Kraeuer ... .
28 00 Mary Sold
24 00 vi Peterson &Son..
4 00 S K Ptlit
11 0 Souder ron
2 00 E M ala
20 2o ( 'on Schneider. . .
HI 0 J T Shields
50 ', Spencer Bros
!l ov Thos Smirt
13 00 B J Sompjers....
9 !) & Oenkmann.
SO C frpeidci
SOCTII ROCK IS1AXTJ
C W Horton llOB P -tunx
Kmil Koeliler 7 KlMurti i Maier
E B McKown a 2.rSouur& son
Of h. m ala b 0.
SOUIH M LINE.
Chriatenon A Co f 8 00 m L ierks
S 8 00
Charles llnvcs.. 9 00 W'ks & Bnrgoyn ;
seef :ldt& lrm-
Alsene & Sundeen 6 (OiMoline Trans Co
S S 51
Hosloa Stor 7 oV M Monfon
Chace Jt Efllnnd.. KCt 00 p U pe erson
W H Caipt'i r Co. 2!l 251 Rank & Coyne.
L D Unn li) 00
haw & MrBur.
Ezra L Eastnim. .SO M
J bwanson Co . .
Star Clothing Co.
VerhulstJc 1 er'he
Gripp Jt Dohr-... 2( 00
John Hei-er 50 2u!
G T Kelley & co.
Colev & Ben 'on
oc. n i
Moline Fuel Co.
! 05 Dispatch Pub Co.
50 00 1
Frank L. Hart....
Alfred F.Shaw .
hnstrom & Son .
Svea om Union .
C G Johnson&Co
E B Knox.
.. 10 00
L V Kerns
.. 00 ISiJt'hn -v Wuhl
Cornelia Mnrchead 2 00
BLA K DAWK.
Buryanek Zeit 2 15 J L 1 iw
Wm Goldsmith.. 7 50 John ii Gilmore .
II J Iliivett 5 70 Mosenfcl Jer i K
Mc : .t Heath lo 05 Gejrse Sydnor
F G White 6 3"i
W B Freek 15 DO I H C Metzsar. ...
COAL V ALLET.
J E Huston 4 35 S I. S-afford . .
Krapp&Lea' ISOOltdwin Twombly
Crahtree Martin 2S 34 J A Foster IB 91
John C Fur oi l'.. 20 00;
ELMdtBton 6 25Jamea Cozad ... 2G 00
L Lowry 'J 00
L F Baker & Son. . 2:j 00 Francis Black 17 09
J MCorbin 81 22 Warren Ihi t-r... 3J (Kl
W R Carer 12 50 Keller & Cia.k b Oo
K M Mitchell 19 Oo
The hill of John C. Furlnnir for 535 25 'or imv'-
ical attendance we only allow at 2u.
J. B. TlTTF.UIMiTOS,
A. F. Vinton,
W. It. Cahky.
Supervisor Fitz.patrick ni'.ved to
allow the bill of Dr. G. W. Wheeler
at $5. Carried.
Board adjourned to meet at the
county poor farm at 2 o'clock tomor
row aft .moon.
13. Board met at the Kock Island
county poor farm pursuant to ad
journment. All the members pres
ent except Supervisor Trent. Su
pervisor Sinnett, chairman, presid
ing. , The minutes of yesterdav's
meeting read and approved.
Supervisor Cralle moved that the
poormasters of Bock Island and Mo
line be authorized and instructed to
make contracts with druggists for
medicine ordered by the poor doc
Supervsor Britton moved that a
vote of thanks be extended to the
steward of the poor farm and his ex
cellent wife who have so handsomely
entertained us during our very pleas
ant visit to the poor farm. Car
ried. Supervisor Vinton moved to ad
journ till tomorrow morning at !
Supervisor Fitzpatrick moved that
each supervisor and overseer of the
poor in the co.inty be instructed to
investigate and report to the state's
attorney any and all cases where a
person received aid from the county
and has relatives who are able to and
liable for their support, and that the
state's attorney be instructed to
bring suit against such liable persons
to recover any money that has been
paid out by the county .and to com
pel them to care for such persons in
the future. Carried.
Board adjourned until tomorrow
morning at 9 o'clock.
Wlieu Travel injr.
Whether on pleasure bent, or busi
ness, take on every trip a bottle of
Syrup of Figs, as it acts most pleas
antly and 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
The sounding board of pianos, the most
important part of the instrument, is made
of American spruce and is as carefuliy
chosen as tbe wood for a violin.
How people take advantage of
the low prices we are makfng.
Bed Room Suits-
Selling $25.00 Suits fbrB$18.00
At about $J.OO less than the regular price.
We are selling an elegant 6-piece Oak Frame
Set at $35.00 $50.00 would be a low price
For the Parlor, Fancy Chairs and Tables, Porch
and Lawn Furniture, Camp Stools.
BUY a good ltefrigerator.
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 assortment.
Easy Pavments No extra charges
GHAS. A. MEGK,
322 Brady Street, Davenport, Iowa.
I5Upho3stering of all kinds to order.
Feathers renovated on short notice.
Notice After July 1 store will-close at 6:30 p, m. Saturday at 10 p. a
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 Blncher's. Creoles Finest Russia Calf
Stylish. Were 5.o'. Now $3
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 2.50.
Children's Tan Shoes reduced.
B ar gain s ! B argains !
1625 Second Ave.,
Peoria Cook and Ranges,
Tinwakb And Hotjbk Furnishing Goods.
1812 SECOND AVENUE.
ROCK ISLAND, ILK
Elegant Shoes Hand Turned
Tip ami Plain. Were $3. Now
Ladies rine Hand Turned Ox
ford pat. quarter and tip. Were
:.. Now $1.50.
Lots of Children's Oxfords too
numerous to mention, at-greatly
reduced prices .
under Rock Island House.