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THE Alt'; US. THURSDAY, JULY i0, 181)3.
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Datient in perfect health.
The Testimony of all graduate is tit t a marve
lous renewal has taken pl-icv.
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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 AtLmtic Brewery, I
Ruber'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 Battling de
partment in the country. The product is the
very best. Beer is bottled at 'he 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 Hoi Summer Time
You want Low Shoe
To keep your feet cool.
We have several lots of Gent's Fine Don
gola Oxfords and Southern Ties, values
from $2.50 to will be sold for $2.00
Ladies' Brown and Tan Oxfords reduced
from $1.2 and $1.0 to $1.00 a pair.
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THE CHICAGO SLATE.
National Commit tppnmu Cable Thinks He
Can ;uefflt A Friend Makes III Pro-ph;-cy
Hon. Hon T. Cable has relievetUhe
tension regarding the Chicago federal
appointments. He told a Washing
ton friend confidentially what the
result will be, and the friend couldn't
keep it to himself, and the telegraph
ticker has rehashed the prediction at
Chicago. It is generally understood
that Cable is "a pretty shrewd
guesser, and what he says usually
goes." The following is what the
Chicago Post printed on Monday:
Washington, July 17. It will
doubtless bp interesting to tlie Chi
cago people to know that Hen Cable
while here last week "told a friend
that he tirmly believed the three
principal federal ollicesin the garden
city would be distributed as follows:
l'ostollice William J. Mize.
Customs Collector Martin. J. Rus
sell. Internal Revenue Collector R. K.
Cable did not make this prediction
for publication and some consequent
effects. He made it to a close polit
ical friend who asked him for a frank
expression tf opinion. Cable had
just come from Chicago ami his opin
ion, he said, was based on a careful
summing up of the whole situation
there and here to date. Parenthet
ically, this is the slate, so far as it
goes, published in The livening Post
over a month ago, except that R. J.
Smith's name stood opposite the in
ternal revenue office. Shrewd poli
ticians on the inside here believe that
('aide's prediction is correct, except
its reference to the revenue collector
ship. They don't see how, after
what he has said, the president can
consistently appoint Spangler in the
face of Dtirhorow's distinct ami em
phatic protest. Were Spangler in
another district the protest would
not be so potent, but while the pres
ident may not ponder long over turn
ing down a congressman's candidate,
he is very apt to think a good while
before appointing some one against
whom a congressman who has car
ried a republican district twice in
succession and. has asked the admin
istration for nothing of importance
except the internal revenue office has
lodged a special protest. Were it
not for that protest there is little
doubt, in view of the strength of the
additional indorsements which Cable
lias lately tiled in favor of Spangler,
that the president would appoint
Before Cable went to Chicago about
a month ago, after his interview with
the president in which, as he after
ward told a friend he had not got his
own man (referring to Spangler), but
had knocked out the other fellow's.
Twohig's indorsements far surpassed
Spangler's in weight. But when
(VJiIe returned with a big bundle of
personal letters in Spangler's favor,
among them one from a Chicagoan
to whom the president feels under
great obligations and-for whom he is
very desirous of doing a great deal
by way of liquidating those obliga
tions, the scale turned the other wav.
That one in porsement, were it not
for Durborow's protest, would be
sufficient for Spangler. If Spangler
is appointed in spite of the protest
it will be because of that indorse
ment. People, however, who are
very close to the president believe
that unless Durborow withdraws his
protest which they do not think he
will do the president will, in what
he deems the interest of harmony,
appoint neither Spangler nor Two
hig. but some man acceptable to both
Cable and Durborow. That man, ac
cording to the belief of these same
people near to the president, will be
R. J. Smith.
NEW CLERKS' UNION.
Permanently Organized I.imt Nltrlit-The j
The clothing ami shoe clerks of the
city who held a meeting a week airo
looking to the formation of a retail
clerks" organization met at Hlilier's
hall lat night and orgauized perma
nently. About -J' members were re
ported and the following officers
President B. I. Hayes.
Vii'e President John (iustafson.
Recording Secretary T. V. La
Financial Secretary M. W. Wil
ley. Treasurer John McKee.
A constitution and by-laws that
had been drawn up were adopted,
after which it was decided that the
name of the organization should be
the "Retail Clerks' Association of
Rock Island." The regular meeting
night was agreed upon as every
Tuesday evening and a committee
was appointed to look after the mem
bership increase. After attending to
some other business the association
adjourned to meet again next Mon
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
Potari, the Maori cannibal, is H years
old and still has a good set of natural
teeth. He baa not eaten a white man
since 1870, and for a steady diet prefers
the. Maoris, as he says the whites have a
salt and bitter flavor.
THE COUNTY BOARD.
ProeeedingM of the Regular July Term
SIXTH DAY CONTINUED.
Supervisor Goodrich offered the
following resolution and moved its
Whereas, The report of the road
and bridge committee presented to
this board at its present session upon
the petition of the Drury Toll Road
company asking for the right to con
struct, maintain ond operate a toll
road, contains a provision that "all
work done in the construction of said
toll road anil the bridges thereon
shall be let to the lowest responsible
bidder, after two weeks' public not
ice," which report was approved and
adopted by the board on the 12th in
stant, and by its terms may be con
strued to require all repairs which
may became necessary . after said
road is completed to be made only by
the lowest responsible bidder after
two weeks' public notice.
And whereas, It was not intended
by the board to require such irepairs
to be so matte, as to do so would ne
cessitate much delay and prevent the
continual use of said highway.
Therefore, be it resolved that the
above provision be modified by the
insertion of the word "original"' be
fore the word "construction" therein
so as to allow said toll road company
to make all such repairs as may be
come necessary anil proper to put
saitl road in passable condition im
mediately, without public noticctbut
as to all wbrk relating to the origi
nal construction of said toll road,
said provision for two weeks adver
tising shall apply ami remain in full
And the chairman ami clerk of the
board in the execution of the con
tract provided for in saitl "report and
grant of this hoard shall insert the
word "original"' as above indicated
and set forth. Resolution carried.
The committee on ways and means
submitted the following report which
on motion was received and adopted:
Yourcoimmlttee oa ways and means would re
spectfully rep. rt tht the following o fflcere and
members of tbe I oaril a:c entitled to the amounts
set oppo ite tbeii respective names, for attend
ance at the July meeting, A. D. 189).
Same Days Miles Amt
llom.r C Metziar 5 25 15 00
Arthur Goodrich 6 so 18 00
John C. Swank 5 to H 50
John Schafer Jr 5 30 14 oO
W. K Carey 6 11 16 10
(iusM.ord 6 4 15 40
Albert F. Vinton t 4 15 40
lieorpe H SIcKinler 6 4 15 40
Levi If. C'alle ti 4 15 40
t bsrle-s Oberg 6 1 15 10
T. K. Lees ti 13 16 30
John ti. Powell 6 35 18 50
Foster Armstrong 4 14 II 40
James G. Brittou Ii 18 16 40
Henrys. Cave 5 2 l'-i 70
Joseph Fitzpatrick 6 5 15 50
James II assort ti 6 15 60
tieore Lamont 6 1 15 10
Tfcomas Jenkins 0 4 15 40
Aug .st V. 1'e.ersou 6 1 15 10
Conrad Schneider 0 1 15 10
K. M. Sinnett 8 1 15 10
51. Schoonmaker 5 IS 14 30
James B. T tieriugtou 6 20 17 00
John A. Wilson 6 15 16 50
Hja mar Kohler. clerk 18 to
Cyrus D. Gordon, sheriff. 18 10
gi:st. M. Foitf),
T. It. Lees,
UjALM Alt KoIlLEK,
Tout Bvitox, 111., July VJ. F. S.
Gates left last night to attend to his
lumber interests in Milner, Ark.
The junior members of the Ep
worth League of the M. E. church,
have been enjoying a picnic in I-v-ford"s
Clarence Spaitl. son of Hiram
.Spaitt, formerly of this place, but
now residing at Knoxville, Ja., is vis
itinTclatives in town.
A. A. Olin and family, also S. J.
Maxwell, arrived home from the
Columbian show on Monday evening.
L. L. Leflingwell is taking in the
sights there this week.
Mrs. E. II. llobart, who has been
in poor health for some time, but had
at no time been unable to be about
the house, was taken suddenly ill
Sunday afternoon, and died at 11
o'clock Sunday night. The funeral
was hebl at the M. E. church on
Tuesday at 2 p. m.. Rev. II. Brink
While the weather could not be
improved upon for haying and har
vesting, corn and late potatoes are
showing the effects of the hot dry
weather of the past 10 days, and a
good rain is much needed" in this
vicinity. Our berry growers also
report that the blackberry crop will
not materalize unless we "have time
The Young People's Society of
Christian Endeavor of the Congre
gational church here, have extended
an invitation to all the other socie
ties composing the Endeavor union,
of Rock Island county, to join them
in a reunion and picnic in Lvford's
grove on Thursday, July 27. The
different committees on arrange
ments are planing for a grand good
The mark Hawk.
At the annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Black Hawk Building
& Loan association, the following di
rectors were elected: T. J. Medill,
Jr., C. E. Rochow, J.M.Montgomery
and E. D. Sweeney. The directors
reelected the old officers: J. M.
Montgomery, president: F. C. Denk
man, vice-president: T. J. Medill,
Jr., secretary; J. F. Robinson, treas
urer, and Sweeney & Walker, attor
neys. Itetter Late Than Never!
"Don't put off until tomorrow what
can and should be done today," is
wise. If you have never used Sozo
dont for your teeth, make a bee-line
for the druggist and get a bottle and
begin to use it at once. "Verb,
How people take advantage ot
the low prices we are making.
Bed Room Suits-
Selling $25.00 Suits Tor SIS. 00.
At about $5.00 less than the regular price.
We are selling an elegant 6-piece Oak Frame
Set at $.00 $0.00 would be a low price. ,
For the Parlor, Fancy Chairs and Tables. Porch
and Lawn Furniture,. Camp Stools.
BUY a gootl Refrigerator,
One that has all the gootl
Hard Wood free from odor.
Now is the tirae to iny CARPS T S we always offer ex
tra inducements in July. MATTING an elegant, assortment.
322 Brady Street, Davenport, Iowa.
"Upholstering of alfdnds to order.
Feathers renovated on short liotice.
Notice After July 1 store will close at 6:30 p. m. Saturday at 10 p. m
In Oxfords and Fine Shoes.
Too many summer shoes for :he time of
year. Cheap prices will move them. Be in
time, and get a BARGAIN.
Ladies Russia, Tan Blucher's.
Stylish. Were $5.50. Now 3
White Canvas . Oxford's Kiel
Tip ami trimmed. Were 2.50.
All of our Ladies Finest Hand
Turned Oxfords, square and pie
toe. Were 3. Now L'.50.
Children's Tan Shoes reduced.
1625 Second Ave.,
Peoria Cook and Ranges,
Tinware And Housic Furnishing Goods.
1612 SECOND AVENUE.
No extra charges
OflAS. A. MEGK,
Creoles Finest Russia Calf
Elegant Shoes Haml, Turned
Tip and Plain. Were $3. Now
Ladies tine Hand Turned Ox
ford pat. quarter and tip. c Were'
$2. Now $1.50.
Lots of Children's Oxfords too
numerous to mention, at greatly
under Rock Island House.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.