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THE AUG US, TUESDAY, AUGUST 22, 1893.
The safest and most permanent cure for the
The poison is not driven out of th system by
a more violent poison at the expense of tbe general
The treatment builds up from ttm etarr. and
th habii vanishes quietly and easily, leaving th
patient in perfect health.
The Testimony of all graduates is that a marve
lous renewal has taken place.
ristitntes in all parts of the United States.
iteratnre on the snbject sent on application
MORliBLL LIQCOil CURK C .
Horn Office; BUFORD BLOCK. Rock Island, 111.
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.
White Canvas Oxfords Kil
ii :iinl trimmed. Wore $2.50.
Ai! "!' iir Lndii
'nrtn'i! Oxfords, sijuarc
. Creoles Finest Russia Calf
Elegant Sl.oes Hand Turned
Tip and PVin. Were $3. Now
Ladies line Hand Turned Ox
ford pat. quarter and tip. Werr.
of Children's Oxfords too
numerous to mention, at greatlv
reduced p Won ;
Children's Tan Shoes reduced.
B ar gai ns ! B argains !
1625 Second Ave., under Rock Island Houst
Timely Hints. What to Buy
For the World's Fair.
p Sovereign Cure for Tender Feet
The feet are irritated; the joints enlarged, and corns
produced by wearing ill-fitting and
hich is a geiinice boon to ad sufferers with tend-i feet.
P.oreedtngii cl Lant Night's Semi-Month-ly
Council Meeting.; '
(Official Report. 1
Citv Council Chamber, Kock Isl
and, Aug. 21. 1893. The city coun
cil met in regular session at 8
o'clock p. m.. Mayor Medill presid
ing;, and all the aldermen present,
except Foss. The minutes of , the
last regular monthly meeting were
read and approved.
The clerk read a communication
from Capt. W. L. Marshall of the
Illinois & Mississippi canal, repre
senting that the city's bridges across
Kock river are too "low, and should
be raised to avoid claims for dama
ges. Referred to the mayor, city iat
torncv and bridge committee.
The clerk read letters expressing '
appreciation ot the llueinngcr
graphical maps on exhibition at the
World's fair; a proposal from Mr.
Huebinger to furnish asanitarv map,
and a bill for $024 for the topograph
ical may. The mayor stated that
sewers and water mains had not
been placed upon the map according
to the original understanding, and
the communication indicated . a de
sire to charge for a second map con
taining these features. A recess was
taken and the aldermen axamined a
copy of the map, hung up ; on the
south wall of the council chamber.
On reassembling Aid. Mauckcr
moved that the communication be
received and the bill referred to the
finance committee and city engineer..
Carried. ' ;
Aid. Schroeder. from the bridge
committee, reported adversely on the
proposed Thirteenth avenue bridge.
Aid. Kennedy moved that the matter
be referred back to the committee to
make a report. Amendment accept
ed and report adopted.
The sum of $550 was allowed to J.
N. 1 1 nn toon on his bridge contract
by unanimous vote.
Aid. Schroeder moved that as
three stringers have dropped out
from the No! 1 bridge J. N. Huntoon
be authorized to make all necessary
repairs to the bridge. Carried.
Aid. Cramer presented a petition
from citizens of the upper end of the
city asking for additional street
lights. Referred to the fire and
Aid. Mauckcr, from the ordinance
committee, reported an ordinance
establishing certain grades, and
Aid. Kuschmenn presented a com
mittee report favoring said grades.
The report was adopted, and the or
dinance passed by unanimous vote.
Aid. Kuschiuann offered a resolu
tion instructing the street superin
tendent to put Twenty-second street
in passable order. Carried.
Aid. Kuschiuann reported favor
ably the plat of J. II. Wilson's addi
tion. Accepted by unanimous vote.
Aid. Nelson offered a resolution in
structing the clerk the advertise for
bids for the construction of the Sev
enth ward sewer. Carried.
Aid. Kennedy moved that J. II.
Wilson be granted permission to con
nect with the Twenty-seventh street
sewer, the work to lie done under the
supervision of the superintendent of
AM. Roth reported favorably on the
petition of Joseph Huber for leave to
maiutain a watering trough. Report
Aid. Roth, from the waterworks
committee, reported a rate of $90 per
month to tbeTci-City Sprinkler Co.
for the present season. Report
adopted and rate established.
Aid. Evans, from the special com
mittee, reported in favor of allowing
the Tri-City Sprinkler Co. $20 per
month for sprinkling in front of city
Aiu. liianei otiereu a resolution in
structing the city clerk to notify the
Brush Electric Co. to remove its iron
lig-ht towers within GCf davs. Carried.
On motion of Aid. Corken the
street superintendent was instructed
to lower to grade a sidewalk in front
of Mrs. Dietz's premises on Fifteenth
street between Fifth-and-a-half and
On motion of Aid. Evans the street
sujierintendcnt was ordered to fill to
grade the sidewalk in front of St.
Adjourned on motion of Aid. Roth.
A. I). Hi-EsiMr. Citv Clerk.
COUNT V BUILDINU
21 A. W. Wadsworth to Henry
Swim, part- assessor's lot 2, 33, 18,
Mattie H. Arp to M. C. Craig,
assessor's lot 3, 33. 18, "lw, $500.
C. . Volfeto Margaret Hull, lot
15, block 7, Fairmount add.. Rock
John Volk to G. W! Mitchem, lot
1. block 5, Thompson & Wells' add..
Rock Island, $425.
E. D. Sweeney, et al., to II. J. yan
Hoek, part out lot 1, Sweeney' &
Jackson's fourth add., Moline, $9 0.
A Guide That "tiniilea."
We have jusf received "The Best
Things to Sec and How to Find
Them," by far the cleverest little
guide to the great exposition that
has been published. it is concise.
topo- t ririrtionl ami o irrunt a : ...... p
time. looking at the fair with a due
sense of proportion and giving read
ers an idea of what they should see
and what they can best a!To;d to
overlook. It is a guide book that
"guides," takin-x the visitor in
charge and conducting him about
the grounds and throug.i the build
ings, indicating the character of
each display and mentioning specific
ally every feature and article that
should be seen and where it is found.
It should be in the pocket of every
visitor where it will easily go. The
publishers (The White City Publish
ing company. 571 The Rookery) to
make it doubly convenient, have kept
the left hand pages throughout the
book blank for memoranda, and have
given a list of routes for one. three,
six and 12-day visits. The price is
but 25 cents.
A Safe InvpBlmriit
The new issue of Kock Island
school district bonds merits the con
sideration of all who have $100. or
upward, that they may wish to in
vest. . The bonds run for five years and
draw t per cent. The interest is
payable semi-annually, and is always
ready when due. " '
The investment is absolutely safe,
and the security is never effected by
The desirable character of the in
vestment should cause the entire is
sue to be taken at home, and a
prompt response from our citizens is
invited. Apply to J. F. Robinson,
treasurer, or S. S. Kemble, superin
tendent, or to the undersigned.
F. M. SlNNETT.
' II. 1). Fol.SOM.
The Burlington route will sell
round trip tickets, good for 20 days,
on August 22. September 12 and Oc
tober in. to the cities and farm lands
of the west, northwest and south
west. at low rates.
Send the names and addresses of
your friends 'ih the east to the under
signed, ami pamphlets will be for
warded them, descriptive of western
farm lands. For further information,
map and time tables, apply to the
Burlington route ticket agent, or to
P. S. Ersxis.
Gen. Pass. Agt. C, B. & Q. R. R..
JHcoiu! and Harrison Sis., Davenport.
11103 Second Avenue.
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Ia.-i.Miu-i.o.hI. Niuntiy r.niiMions. WV""","-",11 , thiol error..
In iieneratlve ores i of either aex c . nMl J':Z'Ll .k'Mliy.vnT,-
oirreworo ue of tobacco, opium or irauni
utnotlon or Inffarm:
ItT. UIDOKTCTin . :-.... to CUT
sale in Rock Island by Hartz & Ullmcyer. druggist. 301 12th st
The In-r.li:i C":i-o of All V.'ing.
"V.'cll. tliis sr.:::.'r.; me." s;iid Lawyer
G.'W. Stapletou t'ae other day as he con
cluded the reading of a letter from Ah
Wins, a C!ihn.m:ni who is nerving a life
sentence i:i the Deer Lodi-e iieiritcntiary.
Ah iiis wrote Mr. Siapleton that he
was m lor uie. ami wanted to Know
what effect the Geary law would have
npon him. The law provides that ail
Chinamen should r.ister at a certain
time May 0. If they are not registered
at that time they i.'.ia'.l be de-iorted. Ah
Wing says the prison authorities wcv.ld
not let him out to register, arid he will
be perfectly satisfied to j;o back to China.
This is a condition which the framers
of the law hardly looked for, and it is
likely the supreme court vdli. be called
upon to 6ettle the point. Ah Wing
killed three of his countrymen in Bea
verhead county three years ago. Butte
To Cleanoe the System
Effectually yet gently, when costive
or bilious, or when the blood is im
pure or sluggish, to permanently cure
habitual constipation, to awaken the
kidneys and liver to a health r activi
tv, without irritating or weakening
them, to dispel headaches, colds or
fevers use SvTiip of Figs.
Fits All fits stopped free bv I)r
Kline's Great Nerve Restorer. No
fits after the first day's use. Marvel
ous cures. Treaise and $2 trial bo t
tie free to fit cases. Send to Dr
Kline, 931 Arch street, Philadelphia
Pa For sale by all druggists: call
ou v" s
World's Fair KateH.
Burlington route, C. B. & Q. rail
way, win sell oO-aav limit excursion
tickets to Chicago and return at $t!.97.
and excursion tickets limited good to
return any dav to and including Nov.
15, 1893, at $S. For further informa
tion apply to
M. J. lorxG. licket Agent.
II. 1). Mack, Div. Pass. Agt.,
Rock Island, 111.
A t;ood Ilxriiiiple.
Mrs. Goodwin You shouldn't ''at so
many peanuts. Johnuy. You'll be hay
Johnny Do the policemen have dys
pepsia, mamma? Life-
"DISEASES OF WOMEN AND CHILDREN,"
book wtrth dollars, tent sealed for loe.
Secures to CIRLSt painless, perfect
development and thus prevents life-long
Sustains and soothes Oteni'orketl
?r omen. Exhausted Mothers,
and prevents prolapsus. .
Cures Palpitation, Sleepless
ness, nervous breaking down (oftee
preventing Insanity), providing a safe
Change of Life, and a hale ami
happy old age. ,
Header, suffering from any cpumlaint peculiar to the female ses, ZOA-PHORA is
worth everything to yon. Letters for advice, marked "Consulting Department " are
seen by our physicians only. ZOA-PHOfcA CO., H. G. COLMAX, Bec'v, Kalamazoo, Midi.
Galling for Bock Island
rewing- 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 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 o- Mo
line avenue by Telephone.
What is the condition of yours? Is your hair dry, ?
harsh, brittle? Does it split at the ends? Has it
lifeless appearance? Does it fall out when combed or
brushed ? Is it full of dandruff ? Does your scalp itch ? J
Is it dry or in a heated condition ? If these are some of "
yoursymptomsbe warned in time oryou will become bald.
Is what you need. Its production Ianotanaceldeat.ttittberesiittof crtentlfic ?
research. Knowledge ot ibe diseases of the hair aDd ealp led to thadisccv- tr
ery of bow to treat ttiem. "Skookum "contain neither minerals Dor oils. It i
? noi a. -ve' but del'Khtfully cling and refreshing Tonic, liy stimulating I
lo' ' 'c, Sailtn9 cures Aundrujf and grenct hairoubaid J'
C" Eeep the scalp clean, healthy, and free from Irritating eruption, ty 1
tne use or Mimhm &1cm Soap. It destroj uznumc uuwu. aefctch jCci ok
ana destroy the hair. J
IT your drucplstcannnt supply you send direct to us, and we win forward .
prepaid on receipt OX pnee. grower, Ji.UO l.r botUe ; 6 tut fJ.OQ. Soap, Sue.
L per Jar ; 6 tut 6-50.
THE SKOOKUH ROOT HAIR GROWER CO..
T. u Econot y.
T"' o matter how many hundred do n of an
otlitr meriioiue are offered for a dollar. Dr
Pieice's (iolden Medical Discovery is tUe cheap
est blood-purifier sold, through druggist', tie-
cause it's siiaranti'el, and ;oar mot.ey is refund
ed !f it dotsn't benefit or cure.
With it uso you only pay fflr t' e sooii you git
t an yo t ask more?
Kickapoo Indian Sagwa
Cures a Severe Stomach
Cains Thirty Pounds in Weight.
has been a good
friend to me.
In the Sprin-r
of 1892 it Cured
Me of Gas
which I had
been a sufferer
for over a doren
years and had
relief both from
When I began ' taking Kickapoo
Indian Sagwa I was all run down.
After using the medicine a short time
I grew Stronger, Regained my
Appetito, and Increased my
Weight, gaining over Thirty Pounds
in a few months, and I have never had
any recurrence of my troubles. It not
only cured the Gastritis, but Improved
my General Health.
It gives me great pleasure to say a
good word for Kickapoo Indian
Sagwa and Endorse its Curative
Powers.' THOS. P. F-LAKAGAN.
Charles town, Mass.
Kickapoo Indian Sagwa,
$1 Per Bottle, 6 Bottles for $5. :
Sold by AM Druggists and Dealers
Paving Brick for Sidewalks.
During the month of August the following
cash prices will be made on sidewalk brick de
livered on the street:
No. I sidewalk brick
- 8 00
NATIONAL CLAY CO.
is twentieth str'.
e. I -;- .
Proprietoror of the Brady ftreet
'at Flowt-r constantly on Ld i.
"tie block from Central para, the larieft In Iowa.
IXH Brady street, Davenport, la.
B, F. DeGEAR,
Contractor eincd Biilcler,
Ollice and Shop 225 Eighteenth Street
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
V All kinds of Carpenter work a vpeciaity. Flans and estimate! for all kinds of bnildinee
furnished on application.
City 'Bus and Express Line. ,
Telephone Rock Island or Harper Hotels for 'bus or exprese
wagon and you will receive prompt attention,
TIMBERLAEE & SPENCER Prop.