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THE AKUUS. MONDAY, JULY 17, 1833.
NOW IS THE TIMS
To Buy That New Carpet.
We have the finest line of Brussels, Tapestry, In
grains and Mattings in the three cities.
How about Ba.'lrosm Suites ami Parlor Suites? We are head
quarters for these goods. We arc shoving a very line line of
LACK CURTAINS, also our line of .CHENILLE CURTAINS
has never 'been better, ami don't fail to see our
M, 1 ask row L- 1
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Finest in the world and only 3.00 can be used as a ruiltin frame.
W. S. HO LB ROOK,
.103. lf. 107 '. Sooal -t.tv D V N P J) iT, rA.
Sustain Home Industry
Calling" for Rock Island
Brewing Go., 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 Brewery, 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 bott'ed 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 your feet cool.
We have several lots of Gent's Fine Don
gola Oxfords and Southern Ties, values
from $250 to $J50 will be sold for $2.00
Ladies' Brown and Tan Oxfords reduced
from $1.25 and $1.50 to 51.00 a pair.
Second ami Harrison Sts., Davenport.
1803 Second Avenue;
THE COUNTY BOARD.
P.-opei1iiiKft of t'ue Regular July Term
FIFTH DAY CONTINUED.
The petition of the Davenport &
Rock Island Street Railway company
which by the committee was referred
back to the board, uow came up for
consideration. Supervisor MeKin
ley moved that the assessment of
said Davenport & Rock Island Street
Railway company, as made by the as
sessor of Moline, be left as made.
Supervisor Schneider moved as an
amendment that said assessment lie
reduced to $1,503 per mile of track.
The ayes and nays being called for on
the amendment resulted as follows:
Ayes Case, Fitzpatrick, Hasson,
Lamont, Metgar, Peterson, Powell,
Schafer, Schneider, Schoonmaker.
Noes Armstrong, Britton, Cralle,
Ford, Goodrich, Jenkins, McKinley,
Lees, Oberg. Swank, Vinton, Wilson,
12. Amendment lost.
Whereupon the yeas and nays
were called for upon the original
motion and resulted as follows:
Ayes Armstrong, Britton, Cralle,
Ford, Goodrich, Junkins. McKinley,
Lets, Oberg, Swank, Vinton, Wilson
Noes Fitzpatrick, Hasson, La
mont, Metzgar, Peterson, Powell,
Schafer, Schneider, Schoonmaker,
Titterington 11. Original motion
The petition of the Moline Central
Street Railway company, which was
referred back to the board, now came
up for consideration, and Supervisor
Jenkins moved that the assessment
on that portion of the said road on
which T rail is used, be reduced to
$1,000 per mile. Supervisor Case
moved as a substitute that that por
tion of the track of said Moline Cen
tral Street Railway company on
which tram rail is used be assessed
at $l,,r)i)'.) per mile, and that part on
which T rail is used be assessed at
$l.O0 per mile. The ayes and nays
being called for resulted as follows:
Ayes Britton, Case, Carey, Has
son, Lamont, Metzgar, Lees, Peter
son. Powell, Schafer. Schneider, Sin
nett, Schoonmaker, Titterington 14.
Noes Armstrong. Cralle, Fitz
patrick. Ford. Goodrich, Jenkins,
McKinley. Oberg, Swank, Vinton,
Wilson 11. Substitute carried.
Supervisor Britton moved to re
consider the vote taken on the peti
tion for abatement of the Davenport
& Rock Island street railway. Car
ried.' Sti-'crviso.- Schafer moved to re
duce ih asspssmcntmcnt on said
Davenport & Rock Island Street Rail
way company in Moline to $1,500 per
mile. Supervisor Armstrong moved
as a substitute to reduce said assess
ment to $1.80:) ier mile. The ayes
and nays being called for on the sub
stitute resulted as follows:
Ayes Armstrong, Jenkins, Vin
Noes Britton, Case Carey, Cralle,
Fitzpatrick. Ford, Goodrich, Hasson,
Lamont. Metzgar, McKinley, Lees,
Oberg. Peterson, Powel, " Schafer,
Schneider. Sinnett, Schoonmaker,
Swank. Titterington, Wilson 22.
Whereupon Supervisor Schafer's
motion to reduce the assessment of
the Davenport & Rock Island Street
Railway company in Moline to $1,500
per mile was voted upon and carried.
The petion of St. Anthony's hos
pital now came up for consideration.
Supervisor Schoonmaker moved to
abate the assessment on the St. An
thony's hospital situated on the top
of the bluff on Thirtieth street, in
what is known as the old Dimick
Supervisor Schneider moved to
suspend the rules and to allow the
bill of Mr. Cederberg f t $30.30. Car
ried. Supervisor Hasson moved that the
county clerk be instructed to notifv
the Drury toll road inspectors of
their appointment as such and to ask
for an answer and submit the same
to the next meeting of the board.
Supervisor Schoonmaker moved to
suspend the rules and allow the bill
of Supervisor Armstrong at $7.8:") for
committee work. Carried.
The committee on public expendi
tures to whom was submitted the
laying of the sidewalk on west and
south side of Court House square
submitted the following report,
which on motion, was received and
Your committee on public expendi
tures would submit the following re
port: After investigatingthe matter
of sidewalks would report that the
assessment on the north side of
Third avenue is $2H'..0l. the probable
cost of brick would lie $2u5.0, of
tile $250, of stone, Giltillen ijuality,
from two-and-a-half to 3 inches
thick $"12, all of aboye to be eight
On the east side of Fourteenth
street, which is a C-foot walk the
assessment is $219.29, the prohabfe
cost of brick is $153.00, stone $34.50,
and tile $130.40.
We would further recommend that
the cross walk through the court
house yard be relaid the same as at
present of new plank, and that the
steps on the north and south sides
of the court house be rebuilt at once.
H. S. Case,
Geokge H. McKinley,
Supervisor Vinton moved that the
matter of laying a sidewalk on the
west and south sides of court house
square be referred to the committee
on public expenditures with power to
act. Carried. -'
The following list of grand jurors
for the September term of the circuit
court was submitted and approved:
Cordova C. B. Fisk.
Coe M. D. Hauberg.
Canoe Creek C. II. Xundle.
Zuma William M. Baker.
Port Byron J. W. Simonson.
Hampton Daniel McNeal.
Moline Sam Rosenlield, Nat Mon
son, Joseph Gettemy.
South Moline Daniel Gordon.
Rock Island W. L. Sweeney, An
ton Ackermann, John Faust, Philip
South Rock Isfand Andrew Gin
gles. Black Hawk J. B. Haislip.
Coal Valley Henry Hillier.
Rural James "Walters.
Bowling Thomas Curtis.
Edgington Nathan Taylor.
Buffalo Prairie Benjamin Van
atta. Andalusia Ira Buffum.
Drury Charles Spickler.
The special committee to whom
was referred the petition for the di
vision of certain voting precincts in
the county, submitted the following
report, which on motion was received
Your committee to whom was re
ferred the petition to divide the Sec
ond, Third, Fourth, Fifth and Sev
enth wards of Rock Island, and the
Second and Third wards of Moline,
as required by section 3 of the elec
tion laws of Illinois, and also the
town of South Moline, would submit
the following report: We lind that
at the last general election there
were 4CC votes cast in South Moline
of which there were 35 cast by wo
men, leaving 431 votes. We, your
coYnmittee, having consulted author
ity as to the legality of the division
of South Moline, would recommend
that no division be made in said
We would recommend that
Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth
Seventh wards of Rock Island
the Second and Third wards of
line be divided as required by
tion 30 of the hleventh law.
Geokge II. McKinley,
W. R. Cakey,
Supervisor Hasson moved that the
committee on town and town ac
counts be instructed to divide the
wards mentioned in said committee
report into voting precincts and that
said committee report to the board
at 10 o'clock tomorrow morning.
Supervisor Wilson moved that the
chair appoint a special committee of
six, three from Moline, and three
from Rock Island to report as to the
division of said wards tomorrow af
ternoon at 2 o'clock. Lost.
Supervisor Hasson moved that the
committee on town ami town ac
counts be instructed to divide said
wards and report to the board tomor
row afternoon at 2 o'clock. Car
ried. Supervisor Wilson moved that the
supervisors and assistant supervisors
of Moline and Rock Island be in
structed to assist the committee on
town and town accounts to lix vot
ing places in the new precincts. Car
Board adjourned until 2 o'clock to
Hjalmak Koiii.eu, Clerk.
Whether on pleasure bent, or b::si
ness, take on every trip a bule of
Syrup of Figs, as it a'.:ts most pleas
antly and effectually on the kidneys,
liver and bowels, preventing fevers,
headaches and other forms of sick
ness. For sale in 5tcand fl bottles
by all leaking druggists. Manufac
tured by the California Fig Syrup
Fits All fits stopped free by Dr
Kline's Great Nerve Restorer. No
fits after the tlrst day's use. Marvel
ous cures. Treaiseand$2 trial bot
tie free to lit cases. Send to Dr
Kline, 931 Arch street, Philadelphia
Pa For sale by all druggists: call
The Nervous System the SeV.
of Life and Mind. Recent
No mystrry lini "vor rompnrv vV.'. I'-v
liuniim lifo. it lias Imoii tiiy 1- i-ii'M u!i;,"': i
of profiMonal i'-ifc!i ninl Mu.iv i i mi hup-., j
iJufc uotwilbsLaudiug this lac I. it. ::: f n:-
li il v krtu :i ,
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of i'uo i -1 . ;i-ti-fi
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Ueecnt discoveries Iir.vo dornor'-.' rated tint
ail ih'.'oriius of tiie luxiy un x.iiUi r j con
trol of t!in ittirvo comers. lui:aid In or near
tlio base of the brain, mid ihut ben t'.nv-ie ure
derunceil tlio ornans wliieli tiiev supn y v illi
nerve lluiJ nro also doraiwd. Wliuu i is re-inemlK-red
that u serious injury to t ho stiipal
c rd will cause paralysis of tho boJy lelu
tlio injur.-d point, because I lie nervu fon-e is
prevented by the injury from r?a"liin th')
p iralvzed purtion, it will bo understood boy
iiio derangement of tueii"rvo centers will
caasu th derangement, of t '.io various or sius
vliii-b they supply with nerve forje.
Tivo-tliii-ls of chronic diseases hd V.:o to
the l:nperfjjt action of thu nerve te i ers at
the base of tha brain, not f; j.n a u.rraiije
ment primarily orialnai itig In t' cmuii it
self. Tlio proat inKla of pli-;: lans In
treating these diswes is i li :l t.io t:va', t ho
organ rather than the netva cuutei'd which
ju-o thoeausoof t lie truutde.
Dit. Fkaskmn Miut:s, tlio eflebratel spe
elalist.has profoundly studied this. subject fur
over ZO years, and lias made many important
discoveries in connection with it, ehii.-t uniotii;
thum bein the facts contained in tlio eUove
statement, and that the ordinary metho is if
treatment are wronR. All beadaebe, dizzi
ness, dullness, contusion, pressure, blues,
mania, melancholy, insanity, epilepsy, tu
Vitus dance, etc., are. nervous u.fear-es no
matter how caused. The wonderful success of
Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine istluetotho
fact that it is based on theforejrolusp-lncinle.
Ur. S1ii.&j' Restorative ' ervine is s jld by
all drussists on a positive cuaran'e1, oc sent
direct by Dr. MiLts Medical. Co.. Elkhart,
Ind.. on receipt of price, $1 vcr b ttlo. six
bottles for Si. exnress prepaid. It contains
neither opiates uo'.- dan terous drugs.
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iuw pcupie taKc advantage om
the low prices we are making.
Bed Room Suits-
Selling $25.00 Suits Tor $18.00.
At about $5.00 less than the regular price.
We are selling an elegant 6-piece Oak Frame
Set at $25.00 $50.00 would be a low price
For the Parlor, Fancy
ana Lawn furniture,
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 assortment.
L' PHONE 421
5Upholstering of all kinds to order.
Feathers renovated on short notice.
Notice After July 1 store will close at 0:30 p. m. Saturday at 10 p. m'
In Oxfords and Fine Shoes
Too manv summer shops fnr ?hf timp n
- v v ' W -r mj
vpar fhpcm nriAC will mrvira t'nam Da I.-.'
y , . wiiwu (iivvj ti ill iiiuvc Lllklll. DC llli
time, and get a BARGAIN.
Ladies Russia. Tan Blucher's.
Stylish. Were $5.50. - 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.
162? Second Ave., under Rock Island House"
Phaetons, Surries, Buggies, Spring and Farm Wagons.
It will pay you to call anl get our how Prices
Factory moi Wftre rom co 10th sUeet tetweeo 1st ar J 2d v
Fteul Trade especially solicited
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Chiirs and Tables, Porcftl
No extra charges
GHAS. A. MECK,
Street, Davenport, Iowa.
Creoles Finest Russia Calf
Elegant Shoes Hand Turned
Tip and Plain. Were $3. Now
Ladies line Hand Turned Ox
ford pat. quarter and tip. i Were
$2. Now $1.50.
Lots of Children's Oxfords too
numerous to mention, atigreatly