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THE AliGUS. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1893.
hRRELL INSTITUTE- .
The safest and most permanent cure for the
The poison is not driven out of f.ri system by
a more violent poison at the expense of he g-netal
The tieatenient builds up from the start: and
iIih liabii vanishes quietly and easily, leaving the
patient in perfect health.
The Testimony of all graduates is that a marve
lous leiiewal has taken place,
t;:!ut s in all parts of the United States.
ratine on the subject sent on application
MORRELL LIQXJOll CURE C '
Horn Office; BUFORD BLOCK. Rock Island, 111.
THE COUNTY SOLONS.
Proceeding)! of the Kegnlnr September
Semtlon Second Day.
rOffleial Report. I
13- Board met pursuant to ail
journmont. All members - present
except Supervisor Fitzpatriek. Su
pervisor Sinnett, chairman, presid
ing. Minutes of yesterday's meeting
read and approved.
A communication from Iglehart &
Co. as to the sidewalk on the east
side of Court House square was read
by the clerk and upon motion of
Supervisor Cralle was laid on the ta
ble. The committee on poor farm sub
mitted the following report which
on motion was received and adopted:
Your committee on poor farm c'u'm" would re
port that they have ox miined nil claims present
ed beforj tUem, hi J recommend the payment of
the following, and that theel rk lie directed lo
issne orders for the f :ver:il nmoant !o the rev
cral rUtaiants, to-wit:
Blako A Rnrkc.. .? ;7 : T;uch Martin ...Si6 00
3 (iill.Moline Pump Co ?.M1 ?S
14 47!Mc lllM! Bros.... 1I-J03
C II Ponmn
.Jon-e Bear &
V V Hut ft r and
f "hee-e Co.
H F I'oriies
Dircirk, (Jonld &
W A Hlorolf
II Part Son-. . .
W II II lunv...
W I. Krtdy
J W Greaser...
Hfi Knir.k ?:tior -..
M Peterson & Son
IT. Si John Prvce
Hi li'l 1' B Lime Assn.
-7 IHiPierr Jfc Co
lOn'fk fc (iruni. .
. !!1 Rr;K J Stenstrom. ..
. -JO WMmon A Mosenf"
. 270 7.1.I W Stewart ....
. 4r7 Sols LStatVord
. 16 iWt: Schneider
3 "iijTwomhly & Lewis
! (It'.l Vaiiderslice . .
li :Reiil Jfc Witter. .
Hnrtz & Bahnsen 41 Rnju anmrk & R
Mini uroB li IWVm Wvnn...
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 and lace,
See our line at
j See our square box-toe for
1625 Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
What is the condition of yours? Is your hair dry,
harsh, brittle? Does it split at Ihe ends? Has it a
lifeless appearance ? Does it fall r ut v hen combed or Jj
brushed ? Is it f uJl of dandruff? Does your scalp itch ?
Is it dry or in a heated condition ? If these are some of
your symptoms be warned in time or you will become bald. J
I T-h.itTou n.y.l. It production is not an aeeide-it, but the resultof ielcntlflc
reiearcti. Kaowlrdirc o the disease of the hair anil scalp led to thediscoy
ery of t-.n-r? t tret tum. Sfctwltum " contains oelther minerals nor oils. It tT
I-no. a Pve. tu-. a delightfully cooling ami retre ding Tome. Py stimulating f
ti.e foU:i..t.a, it ttoui falhnj hair, cure uand T.J and groat hair on void m
1 T Ha-s
Krapp A Leas
li K Lewis. ..
A. F. VlSTOS.
lIlLl.lAI.K, Sept. llohert Hill
and wife are visiting at Muline.
Mr. Stanley, of Moline. is assist
inr in replaciii"- the machinery in our
V. Tajrart is a visitor at the White
city this week.
Odell & Son are layin;r the
foundation of the new church. Car
penters will hep-in soon.
(uiU a lart'c tjuantity of corn will
lie cut here tiiis fall. C. C. Dillen is
hnndlin"; a feed cutter which will lie
liberally pat roni.ed.
The scarcity of pasture is causing
a marked decrease in receipts of
milk at our seperntor.
Horse raein"; on public hijihways
has apain bet n tarted. Some votinj;
men atteiulino; various meetings of
evenings seem to enjoy racing horses
home. .A few evenings a;o a liirlt I
wapin containing several children
was run into ami a wheel broken,
t he occuimnt s :ilmot miraculously
escaping injuiy. It will be remem
bered aliout a year ao a similar ac
cident occurred. It i time that
some action be taken by our high
way commissioners before some one
is permatiently injured.
Hi i;on. Ills.. Sent.
Pour Hi uon. Ills.. Sei.t. 13. Mr,
and Mrs. It. I.. Curry are visiting
Mr. Curry's parents at Flora. Ills:
Mr. Payne, of Pock Island, is run
ning the barber shop in the absence
of Mr Curry.
The steamer Josephine passed this
point this cveniii"; on her way to
biihuuue lo be laid up for the season.
Capt. James Hrewer. an old resi
dent of Port Hvron. ltit now of Mor
rison. Ills., is shaking hands yitli
old friends in t wn.
Si"- !:- th s?aln clem, healths, ana rre rrom irr;raTiriirernpiioTn. pr
UF til .si-i..tim .- k I; li.siMVa Till AAltLtJ IfUCC'i. U'Jlk'A Ult OA Z
utm (i'jmy In-: .air.
t. to use ot .av j.furri bJt.n 2jiiP.
Tr v..ii- .-T-.,.fri3r .. jnnnf anniwn Tf? Hl-r tic. And we will forward m
rrotial J. ' n r-cipioi pricu. urbwer, g..ut rzt jottic ; 6 tot $0.00. boap, "
W THE SKOOKUri ROOT HAIR GROWER CO.,
57 !SoutU riftta Avenue, tic-- Tork. K. Y. jt
A FAIR FACE MAY PROVE A FOUL BAR
GAIN." MARRY A PLAIN GIRL IF SHE USES
rot XT 151 II.DlNti
Sej't. 1: Kstate of Joseph Winter.
Letters testamentary issued to Maria
Npe. Winter. Honii waived by will.
Kstate of Charles P. Hvder. " P.ond
of J. C. II. Heed tiled and approved
and letters testamentary issued to
Kstate of Joseph Miller. Proof of
notice tn creditors filed.
1l' Christian Cumber lo Nicholas
1. 'Jr. ss.oO l.
fiM THE TI
The ISurlintoii route will sell
round trip tickets, pood lor :.'! davs.
on Auirust '2 '2. September 12 and Oc
tober lo. to the cities and farm lands
j of the est. northwest and south
west, at low rates.
! Semi the names and addresses of
i vour friends in the east to the under
signed, and pamphlets will be for
warded them, descriptive of western
farm lands. For further information,
maps and time tallies, apply to the
litirlinjrton route ticket apent. or to
P. S. KrsTts.
Ccn. Pass. Apt. C. P.. & Q. II. II..
1803 Second Avenue.
Prcprietoror or the llrady street
Ail kioil of Cat Flowers eonnsut) on iu ..
ora Centra! park, the large? t lo Iowa.
Mi Brady street, DaTenport, la
, tv um..rr I nM rt Ural 1 f'""-:
m:ca aK Mem-ry. I.oef Bra m P..-;- VVml oof pSwer'
lt Manh.HHl. Nlijutlf Kmlsilona. .0.'P?U , youthful error.,
in .neratwe otvansof either iMjxcaiwUb'oTee
exceslre u of Wibacco. opium or "" " 1 pr box. O f r WA.
?LirTJ.lT mull pmrntd- With a S or.! : r we w. . - ak for It. take
ie m Rock Island by Hartz & Ullmeyer druggist, aui in P
Worlti' Fair llateo.
Hurlinpton route. C. 15. & U. rail
vay.. wili sell oO-day limit t:xeursion
tickets to Chicapo and return at G.i7,
and excursion tickets limited pood to
return any day to and including 2ov.
lo. 1S!):$. at $S. For further informa
tion apply to
M. J. YorxG, Ticket Agent.
H. D. Mack Div. I'ass. Apt..
Kock Island. Ill
Bock Isi.asu Arsenal, 111.. Anenst 16. 1SK1.
senleil proi osals. in triplicate, w ill be received
nntil li o'ciot k. coon. September 15. ISU3, and
then opened, for furni'lilcj; at ihis arsenal the
forage and straw required by the Quartermaster's
department (luring the fWcal vearendlnis June 30.
IS'M. The United states reserves the rijjrht to re
ject any or all proposals. All information fur
nished upon nppl citlon here. Envelopes con
taining proposals should be marked. "Proposals
for Forage and Straw," and addressed to
Johh T. THoMPsr-j;.
Lieut. Crd. Dept. A. A. y M.
FiTS--AU fits stopped free by Dr
Kline's Great Nerve Restorer. No
fits after the flrst day's use. Marvel
ous cures. Treaise and f 2 trial hot
tie free to fit cases. Send to Dr
Kline, 931 Arch street, Philadelphia
Pa For sale by all druggists; call
Hampton, Sept. 12 Frank F.del
man has been promoted to the posi
tion of foreman on the Cordova sec
tion. E. C. Henline, station agent, de
parted for Chicago and the World's
fair Friday mornino-
Miss Marion Baker, who has been
engaged to teach the Cook school,
entered upon her duties Monday.
Miss Eva Denison leaves for Chica
go Wednesday to vist relatives and
enjoy the sights at the World's fair.
Mrs. James Winans and Mrs. W.
II. Conant departed for Prairie Cen
ter. 111., Tuesday, on a visit to rela
tives. The improvement in the postal
service recently put in vogue at this
place, is greatly appreciated by our
people. We now have four mails a
(leorpe W. Howies who has been
residing at Moline has quit that jdaee
and has rented the John Denison
property and taken up his resilience
Uev. J. Q. Adam preached his
farewell sermon at the M. K. church
Sunday evening and departed for
conference Tuesdav. going lirst to
Hock Island to spend the night.
The Hampton public schools begin
next Monday with the following
teachers in charge: Principal, W. j.
(iilpin: Intermediate department.
Miss Stella Vincent : Primary depart
ment. Miss Mary Kdelman.
The most forlorn looking outfit
t hat we have seen in many a day
passed through our village Tuesday
evening. One of the vehicles in
which was seated a woman with an
infant in her arms, was propelled by
an aged mule, and judging from his
appearance he must have been the
one that Noah had with him in the
ark. He was nothing but skin and
bones, and covered with a blanket to
protect him from the crows. The pro
prietor stated that he had about a
thousand miles to make vet.
Sept. 14. Show me
Joslix. epl. 14. Show me a poo.
pie that have unrestricted liberty,
and I will show you a people that
have no government.
William Nold tiled his bond yester
day as postmaster at Jolin and K.
Donnahev, our village storekeeper.
qualified as deputy.
Henry Forner has had a long siege
of very painful sickness, but his
friends will be pleased to know that
he is now approaching convalescence
and is much belter.
Joslin has contributed her quota
to the World's fair. C. C. Wake ami
S. S. Heal went ti Fridav morning
last, and 11. Whiteside and C. Hlaek
man went on Saturday morning.
It has now become not safe for
families in the country to leave their
residences. Mr. and Mrs. Joshua
Dillon left their home for a short
time, and during their absence their
citrons and tame grapes were all
stolen and carried away.
If the prospect of tariff reform is
causing the present linancial
troubles, what caused the fearful
panic of '73. when every bank in the
country closed its doors? The re
publican party had just scored a
most sweeping victory in the fall of
Messrs Osborn and Walters thresh
ed our grain today with a steam
thresher. We could but remark thai
there is just about as much differ
ence between threshing with a flail
as of yore and threshing by steam
power, as there is liet ween traveling
with a donkev and cart and a rail
way train. The steam power thresh
er has a stacker, which works on a
swivle. which is constantly moving
from one etui of the stack to the
other distributing the straw where
wanted. It likewise elevates the
grain, measures it. and dump it in
t he wagon box.
Jll I.TI M in P.u; .
The Modern IJeuuty
Thrives on pood food rin!
with plenty of exercise in
air. Her form glows wi;h 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
tive Syrup of Figs.
Fishes are without eyelids, properly
fio called, and as the eye is at all times
washed by the sr.rro'anding water that
gland which supplies moisture to the ey 1
is not required and therefore does not
to the laughter provoking report
of the adventures of
in another column.
Now appearing regularly in this
paper. Don't miss a
Tnder the matagement pf
CHAS. T. KINDT.
Attractions every evening and Sunday after
noon. Band Concerts. Wednesdays, Fridays and Sun
days. Kleeant meal at all hours at 35r, SOc and 73c
Order by Telephone No. 14X
Secures to CIRLSa painles3, perfect
development and thus prevents life-long
Snitains and soothes Ot'enrorked
Women, Hrhaustetl Mothers,
and prevents prolapsus.
Cnreg Palpitation, Sleepless
ness, nervous breaking down toftec
preventing insanity), providing a safe
Change of Ufe, and a hale and
nappy oia age.
Reader, Raftering from any carr.piaint peculiar to the female sex, Z0A-PH0RA is
worth everything to yon. Letters for advice, marked "Consulting Department," ere
een liy onr physicians or.ly. Z0A-PH0RA CO., H. G. COLMAN, Sec'y, Kalamazoo, Mieh.
"DISEASES OP WOMEN ANO CHILDREN,"
a book wcrtk dollars, tent sealed for loe.
ustain Home Industry
Galling for Rock Island
rowing- 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, has 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 or Mo
line avenue by Telephone.
Ladies' Colored Oxfords.
LOT 1. -Dark Russia Faust opera, regular price $4.60,
now .... . $275
LOT 2. Tan Russia Jnilet opera, regnlar prioe $3.00,
now ... ....
LOT 3. Tan Russia Juliet narrow square toe. regular
price 3.00, now .....
LOP 4. Tan Russian Annetta opera, Im. tip, rrgular
pric- $4 00. now - - -
LOT f. Are all styles of Blucaer and Picadilly lasts, reg
ular piice $3 and 3 50, now
These are our finest goods, and at prices to
suit the times.
SPECIAL LADIES' DEPOT.
Second am! Harrison StsM 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 I si:w;iik brick
No. 3 "
NATIONAL CLAY CO.
BUSINESS COLLEGE. -
The thorotmrli int. action siren at this School U verified by more than 100 different Bank
using their Student.
112 and 114 East Second Street, DAVENPORT, IOWA.
GEORGE SCHJLFER, Proprietor.
liOl Second Arenae, Corner of Sixteenth Street, OppoaiU Earper'i Taeatr.
The choicest Wine, Liquors, Beer and Cigars always on Hand
Tree Luacb Iter Day m . BaadmcbM rmr&latod os SfcxC KotiM.