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THE AHGUS. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1893.
nqW IS THE TIME
To Buy That New Carpet.
Wejiave the finest line of Brussels, Tapestry, In
grainsand Mattings in the threejcities.
II,, w about Koilroom Suites and Parlor Suites? We aro lie.nl
qiiarti rs for those roods. We are showing a vrrv lino line of
LACK ( UHTAIXS, also our line of CHrXlLLE CTKTA1XS
never heen hotter, and don't fail to see our
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it 3 ,TRTCHDV
(i-; cut. n, '
3 . -. . :. - I L t,J
niic-t in the world and onlyj3.00 ran bo7rl asTa rjuiltin- frame.
W. S. HOLBROOK,
103, 105. 107 E. Second Street, DiVENPOST, I A.
At prices to
Suit the Times.
Seamless congress, all solid -Buckle,
best kip and grain
Congress and Lace, buff, all solid -Very
best quality, congress 2nd lace,
See our line at
See our square box-toe for
162$ Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
J ,W 1 A. " At-. J''mm .SSr Q 1- flfllV 1fV
5 ' W F
wu-t : - 4U n '.nn rt rnuircl Ic vnur hair drv.
harsh, brittle? Does it split at the ends? Has itaj,
lifeless appearance? Does it fall out when combed or
brushed? Is it full of dandruff? Does your scalp itch? -Is
it drv or in a heated condition ? If these are some of
voursvmntomsbe warned in time oryou will become bald. 5
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If reduction l.i not an accident, out me respitor sciemiiic 3,
vise ol tlie diseases or the hair and scalp ied to thediscoy- sT
erv ut biwto treat toem. ".skoolcum "contains neither minerals norcll.
alfi nor ells. It
is hot a Dve. but a delightfully cooling and refreshing Toni& Fy BtimuUtlng jp
i- not a uye, but a ueiigtitruny coouug uu ic.i .., -
the follicle, it (oi jailing hair, crt duniiruj ;rotr hoirnvai
r Eecn the fcalp
t- !..,, ii:th-. nnd free from irritatinc ernptlons, by
the u.e nf jj.K.nm iim iuup. It d suoj s januituj uutwu. icAi.h on
and fitmv ffce ftair. nd w. wUl forward
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t jjer'jar s 6 lor t..0u. t
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'A FAIR FAPF MAY PROVE A FOUL BAR
GAIN." MARRY A PLAIN GIRL IF SHE USES
THE COUNTY SOLONS.
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1 wo 1 fc-y
1803 Second Avenue.
Proprletoror of the Bn.dy rtreot
AU kSndf of Cut Flower contantly on nana.
"e block from Centra rk, the largcrt in Iowa.
:M Brady nreel, Darenport, la.
r. ( I k. to. CVk. Sheriff.
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ProofH-dlnun of the Regular September
SphhIoo First Day.
f Official Report.!
Sept. 12. Pursuant to law the
board of KuperriKors in and for the
county of Kork Island and state of
Illinois, convened in the supervisors'
room in the city of Rock Island in
the county and state aforesaid, on
the second Tuesday, the 12th dav of
September. A. 1)., 1893. Present," all
the members except Supervisor
Fitzpatriek, Supervisor Sinnett,
chairman, presiding. The minutes
of the last day's proceedings of the
regular July" term, 1893, were read
A petition from the Drury Toll
Uoad company was read by the
In relation to the matters prayed
in the same. Supervisor Sclioon-
) maker offered a resolution granting;
the petition and moved its adoption.
Supervisor Jenkins moved as an
amendment that the action upon the
petition be referred to the commit
tee on roads and bridges to report to
this board at 9 o'clock tomorrow
morning. Amendment carried.
The motion as amended was then
voted upon and carried.
Supervisor Wilson moved that the
clerk be instructed to again notify
J. II. Foster of his appointment as
inspector of the Drury toll road, and
request au answer as to his accept
ance of said otlice, ami in case he
should neglect or refuse to accept
such office within a oriod of one
week, then Charles E. Spickler is
hereby appointed as inspector of the
Drury" toll road in place of said J. II.
The committee on public expendi
tures submitted the following report
which on motion was received and
Your committee on finance to wta tin was refer-
ed the semi-annual reports of Geortr W. (iam
bic, circuit clerk. Iljilmar Knb'cr county clcr,
Thomas ("anipoell, comity trcanrcr, Cyrus D.
Gordon. Hherlff. of the earninp;., receipts and dis
biirsomei t of ilieir reaped ive oflkes for the half
year ending May SI, A. 1'. 189:1, would beg leave
to submit the following report and tabi lar state
ment compiled from Miirt reports, which have
been examined and compared with the books of
account of oil id officers, and are believed ty
your committee tj be coirect :
On What Acct'sof Acrt's of Acct'tof
Earned in this
half year. . ..
Rec'd of s me.
Kec'd of pre
Total ree'd I it i
Miscallan c o s
expel. ;et .
Sal'y for half yr
I'.al al. for pre
vious h If yr. .
ropm s.il: rp . .
Excess to pay
into treasury. 3,79: 23
o raw f r o 111
trcaMirv 4:1 C5 a s:!
Your corunvt ec would ricommend that the
said si mi-aunmil reports of the a'oresaid cfticers
respectively tie approved, and that the aforesaid
clticers in whose hands there is shown to be re
ceipts in excess or disbursements be and they arc
hereby ( r Jer.-d to pay such amount of exc?ss in
to the countv treasury without delav, to-wlt :
Iljalmar Kohler, county clerk, the sum of S3,
And y ur committee would further report that
we have examined the report of Thomas ( 'amp
hell, county treasurer, and rind the same correct.
We liml a balance of f.".l UTS. iU in his hands May
And that we lave examined the account" of C.
R. Marshall, countv superintendent of schools,
and find that be has a balance in b:s bauds of
M4.1S belotiL'in? to the Institute fund.
Ions A. Wilsok,
1.. r' ( BAi t.r.
.Taxes G. Huitton.
At Ol ST C. l'ETIRSOX,
The finance committee submitted
the following ciui-annual report
which on motion was received and
AVe. your committee on public ex
penditures pursuant to your order,
wish to make the following report:
On July 17 wu met to formulate
plans to carry out your order for
building sidewalks and making other
necessary repairs on and about the
court house prcinis.es. Our first ac
tion was to dispose of t lie old lumber
in file cross walk, which was sold to
Mr. Phillips for live (.) dollars and
we herewith attach a warrant for tlie
deposit vi the mono in the countv
Cost of the lumber in walk and j
other repairs being $150. !. nails
sfij.iso. labor 74. .Iii. printing S7. total
We. your committee decided to lav
tile walks on the south and west side
of t he court yard. That on I he south
to be eleven .feet wide, and on the
west six feet wide. After duly ad
vertising for bids on same, five were
received. That of Iglehart being
the lowest, 9J cents per square feet.
On Aug. 1 we mot for the purpose
f opening bids and awarded the con
tract to Iglehart. We. your com
mittee, beg leave to report that pur
suant to your order, we duly adver
tised for sale, the bell hanging in the
Wide Awake hose house, such sale to
take place on Aug. 1. at 2:3') o'clock.
Such sale was postponed on ac
count of a claim of Mr. Burrall of
separate sale ponding decision of
state's attorney to take place on the
14th day of September at 2:3' p. m.
Wc your committee on Aug. 28,
purchased for county superintendent
of schools a Smith typewriter for
$97.50. (rF.UKGE II. McKlXI.K.V,
II. S. Case.
Supervisor McKinley offered the
following resolution and moved its
Resolved, That the county clerk be
authorized to 'extend a levy of "5
cejits on each f 100 equalized valua
tion of all the personal and real prop
erty of this county for county pur
poses, and the three-mill tax that
was authorized by a vote of the peo
ple; also all other taxes properly cer
tified by the proper authorities ac
cording to law. Resolution carried.
Supervisor Cfalle moved that the
county clerk be authorized to issue
an order on the county treasury for
$5.50, payable to M." Schoonmaker
for transportation of Bert Sanders.
Board adjourned until tomorrow
morning at 9 o'clock.
Seeing the Fair In One Day.
Fonryonnu; women from Sangamon
connty made their first visit to Jackson
rark last Wednesday. They walked
through the Fisheries. Government,
Manufactures, Electricity, Mining, Ag
ricultural and Transportation buildings,
and the Illinois, California and Wash
ington state buildings, and left for home
the same night. They said they didn't
think it was much of a show. Chicago
Tlie Modern lteimty
Thrives on good food nnd sunshine,
with plenty of exercise in the open
nir. Her form glows wiih health,
and her face blooms with its beauty.
If her system needs the cleansing
action of a laxative remedy, she uses
the gentle and pleasant liquid laxa
tive Syrup of Figs.
Rapid and Complete Recovery
of a Wei! Known Travel
MR. W. J. HITTER OF DAVENPORT
Makes a Candid. Forcible Statement
of the Results of the Treatment of
Drs. Stackhonso and Daniel Had
Catarrh 13 Years Com plot ol v
Cured What He Thinks of the
The. following voluntary statement
of Mr. W. J, Hitter, a well known
traveling man who resides at No.
1011 West Third street,' Davenport,
contains matter of live interest to
every, person in Davenport. Rock
Island, Moline and vicinity who suf
fer from the prevalent chronic mala
dies, which the ordinary treatment
that the general practitioner is able
to administer, rarely relievos and
still more infrequently cures
IU. W. J. KlTTF.lt.
'I had catarrh for 13 years. It
was very seldom during that time
that 1 could breathe through my
nose. consequently my general
health was more or Ies a fleet cd
Having heard of the remarkable suc
cess of Drs. Stackhousc and Daniel.
I resolved to give them a trial.
From the first treatment I was re
lieved, and can now sav that I AM
I can cheerfully recommend any
one suffering from the dread disease,
atarrh. and its complications, to
Drs. Stackhonso and Daniel for treat
ment. I have found them to be gen
tlemen anil skilled physicians. Re
making this statement I hope that I
may benefit many fellow citizens in
Davenport and vicinity.
W." J. RlTTEK."
The Published Statements
That constantly appear in the col:::nrs of this
pnper relating to the results of the trcstm.nt of
Vit. ttackhouse nni Daniel ire given by cured
patients voluntarily and without solicitation.
These patients are j our friends and beighbors
and can be seen and talked to every day. Tire
name and full address of each i invariably given.
Gaav.d see them.
"VVrite For Symptom lllauk
Ard particulars of the treatment by mail. Free
to all applicants.
Stackhouse Medical Institute,
Truthfully advertised. Honorably
conducted. Permanently established.
Kooium 1 7 aud IK.
(First Floor. Take the Elevator.)
S. W. Corner of Brady and Third Btrnets,
URRINE STACKHOUSE. M. D.
JOSEPH A. DANIEL. M. D.
Successful Specialists in the treatment of all
curable chronic diseases.
Office Honrs 9 a. m. to 12 m , 2 fo 4 and 7 to S
p. m. : Sundays. 10 to 12 only.
Black Hawk -
Vnder the mat-agement of
(.MAS. T. KINDT.
Attractions every evening and Sunday after
noon. Band Concerts. Wednesdays. Fridays tnd Sun
days. Eleeant meals at ail hours at 36c, 60c and 75c
Order by Telephone No. 120.
Is the best remedy for
all complaints peculiar
A MEDICAL BOOK worth
DOLLARS, sent for 10 cento in
SI Per Bottle at Druggists.
50c Trial Size sent by mat.
Letters for advice Harked ,
"Consulting Department" are
seen ly our physicians only.
zoho meotcme co.
H. (;. Colman, 8ec'y,
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 Brewery, as well as Julius Junge's
Bottling Works, has 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 or Mo
line avenue by Telephone.
Ladies' Colored Oxfords.
LOT i. -Dark Russia Faust opera, regular price 4.00.
now .... . . . f 2 75
LOT 2. Tan Russia Jal'et opera, regular price $3.00,
now 2 25
LOT 3. Tan Russia Juliet narrow square toe. regular
price $3.00, now - - - - 2 25
LOT 4. Tan Russian Annetta opera, Im. tip, regular
pric-$4 00, now - - - - - 2 50
LOT r. Are all styles of Blncnerand Picadilly lasts, reg
ular piice $3 and $3 50, now - - 2 25
These are our finest goods, and at prices to
suit the times.
SPECIAL LADIES' DEPOT.
Secoiul and Harrison Sts., Davenport.
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 1 sidewalk brick
No. 2 4i
No. 3 "
- S 00
NATIONAL CLAY CO.
The thorough instt action giveu a, this School is verified by more than ;190 different Backs
ttsirg their Students.
112 and 114 East Second Street, DAVENPORT, IOWA.
(iEORGE SCH1TER, Proprietor.
M01 Second Avenue, Corner of Sixteenth Street, OppoclM Harper's Theatre.
The choicest Wine. Liquors, Beer and Cigars always on Hand
Free Lnach Krery Day . . Band inches Farnlanedon baort Kotioe.
5 f .