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THE AittiUS. TUESDAY, SKPTEMBKIl 11), 1893.
A ij muMUJi-uubULD " SOLUBLE'"
Htm cftatll& c6coa
i Mmufocturod on Scientific Principles. Hlshly Iu'?3tit.l ami Nutrition -known
all over the civilized Glob ns the Pe.r f nil Cocoas. I
, I...,, r. I
The safest and most permanent cure for the
The poison is not driven out of the syetem by
a more violent po'san at the expense of the general
The tieaument builds up from the stare and
the habii vanishes quietly nva easi'y, leaving
patient in perfect health.
The Testimony of all graduates is that a marve
lous ienewal has taken place.
Institutes in all pr.rts of the United States.
Literature on the subject sent on application.
MORRELL LIQUOR CURE C
IIom Office. BUFORD BLOCK. Rock Island, 111.
At prices to
Suit the Times.
Seamless, congress, all solid - -$1)0
Buckle, best kip and grain - 1 50
Congress and Lace, buff, all solid - 1 SO
Very best quality, congress and lace, i 00
See our line at - - - - 2 SO
See our square box-toe for
162? Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
IBALD HEADS! I
What is the condition of yours? Is your hair dry,
tiie cr.ast nas it a .
h... l rt i t x 7T n.. .
: 5K00KumKU0L nair bruwer : i
harsh, brittle? Does it split at
lifeless appearance? Does it fa'.l out when combed or
brushed? Is it full of dandruff? Does your scalp itch ?
Is it dry or in a heated condition? Ir these are some of J
your symptoms be warned in time oryou will become balJ.
l V.rityoa n-rti. Its production I not an accident, but theresoltof iicloritirlo
' t; ir- :i. Minwiflf tl III" Ul'-ease: OI i je luwi nuundip w w mr m
Tv'(,! tI(,lllrt.attll(imi "Skookum "cot tains neither minerals nor oils. It
i- no' n Tv l,: r n. .Inr-hr'nllr r.wdincr nn-i rt'fre.liin Tuni.. l;v Rtiraulatlni!
' toliic.ia, i: t'.jiH falling hair, cures dandruj" and frouV hair unuaid
l. U'l. -
i if E.-en tbi ncalo clem. hcaitli'V an 1 fre frnm irr!-at!rij? amotion. ly "B
the u-o of .si.viw iin Zvttp. Jt uciiro. d rm-jUiC i-uc'c.'d, uVucJ. feed on
Jr. " . ' I If vimrdnicirit cannnt supTi!TTpri?n1 rtlwt tons, ana P will forwara
. ' . 1 nretvaii. .n r.-..-::t d fence, uruwer, 8.. U Jut outtle ; C lur Sj.UU. Soup, 50c
. pur yxr: 6trfi!o.
thr ,k'nnvi'n cnoT hair grower co..
1 '..V:?KIi 37 South Tiftta Avenue ew York, IS". Y.
"A HAND SAW IS A GOOD THING, BUT NOT T(J
IS THE PROPER THING FOR HOUSE-CLEANING.
1803 Second Avenue.
Proprietoror of the Btadr etreet
AD kinds of Cut Flowers constant' y on banu
e b'k from Central park, tha larger t In Iowa.
J04 Brady street, DaTenport, la.
Official l'roreedingrs of Last Night's Seml
rOfflclal Report 1
City Coi ncil Room Rock Island,
Sopt. 18. The council met in regular
semi-monthly session at 8 p. m..
Mayor Med ill presiding and all the
aldermen present except Kuschman.
The minutes of the last regular
meeting and subsequent special ses
sion were read and approved.
The mayor submitted a special
message on the employment of idle
labor, as follows:
(iKNTLF.MRN OF T11K ClTV C'ol NClL:
I take this opportunity to call the at
tention of your honorable body to
the fact that we are in a measure
and will be liable to be confronted
with a serious problem.
You are all well aware of the linan
cial depression that lias swept over
me enure country, causing manu
factories and other industries to
cease operation for a time and others
to cut down their working force,
which has consequently thrown out
of employment a large number of
our citizens who have families de
pendent upon them. Thev have
naturally turned to the city 'for as
sistance in the way of employment.
That they are needy anil deserving
of assistance is beyond question. At
the beginning of 'the fiscal year, we
appropriated for street andailey pur
poses the sum of $1D, mil), expecting
at the same time we would be able to
('online our expenditures to this
amount. Hut owing to the vast
amount of improvements we have
been compelled to make during the
past summer, we have expended out
f the original sum appropriated
$8,740.57. leaving an unexpended bal
ance to the credit of the street and
alley fund of if 1,554.43. That this
small sum is quite inadequate to car
ry on the system of improvements
that have been inaugurated and rive
employment to the large number of
our citiens who are demanding
work, is very apparent to you all.
In view of this fact I would recom
mend that your honorable body take
some action looking toward the re
lief of this condition of affairs, and
would respect fully suggest that von
authorize the mayor and city clerk to
eontriet for a loan of at least $5.00i
to be used for street and alley pur
poses, and to be repaid out of the re
sources of next year.
With this amount at our command
the authorities of the city would then
be able to carry on the work so much
needed, and provide t he unemployed
with means of subsistence. Philan
throphy. economy and' good judg
ment dielate that the idle should be
given employment, as that employ
ment means a direct gain to the en
tire community, and will promote
health, happiness and prosperity. and
prevent the opposite.
Aid. t'orki n moved that the mavor
and city clerk be authorized to lor
row 5.0 'Mi fur street and alley pur
poses. Carried by unanimous" vote.
The clerk submitted the treasurer's
report for August as corrected.
A petition of John Stroehlc for
leave to erect a frame building on
Fifteenth street and Fourth avenue
was referred to the tire and light
A petition of residents of Nine
teenth and Twentieth stieets for ex
tensions of watermains was granted
motion of Aid. Nelson.
A petition of John Gibson for leave
to erect a watering trough in front
of his premises was referred to the
waterworks committee with power to
A petition asking the extension of
watermains mi Eighth avenue was re
ferred to the waterworks committee
A petition for a suitable water
main on Fourth avenue and another
for Seventh street were also referred
to the same committee.
Also a petition from M. Y. Hat tics
for permission to lay a watcrmain.
the cost to be defrayed out of water
rentals, was referred to the same
A bill (if J. N. Huntooii was re
ferred to the committee on bridges
and city attorney, on motion of Aid.
Aid. Kennedy, from the committee
on claims submitted a report, reject
ing the claim of Mrs. Bordeaux
w Inch was adopted.
Aid. Evans, from the police com
mittee, submitted a series of rules
for the government of the police,
which were adopted.
Aid. Both submitted an ordinance
establishing a grade at Fifteenth
street ami Fifth-and-a-half avenue.
Further time was granted the park
committee on the proposed upper
end square, on motion of Aid. Both.
Aid. Maucker offered a resolution
authorizing a contract with Barth &
Babcock for the tilling of certain
sidev;ilks to grade under the direc
tion of the street and alley commit
tee. -Referred to the street and alley
committee with power to act, 7 to (i.
Aid. Foss offered a resolution in
structing the street superintendent
to lay a cross walk on Fortieth street
at the south intersection of Seventh
Aid. Blade! offered a resolution in
structing the street superintendent
to remove the sand from the Fourth
avenue pavement as far as practica
The street and alley committee
were instructed to report ou Four
teenth avenue at the next meeting,
on motion of Aid. Nelson.
Aid. Kennedy offered a resolution
instructing the city attorney to take
steps to carry the lietter damage suit
to a higher court. Adopted.
Aid. Corken offered a resolution to
take steps to advertise for bids for
the paving of Seventeenth and Nine
teenth streets, between Third and
Fourth avenues. Adopted.
' The clerk was instructed to open
the bids for the construction of sew
ers in the Seventh ward, which were
John Killeen For 18-inch tile,
$1.80 per lineal foot: 12-inch, $1.20;
10-inch, $1; 8-inch, 75 cents; 6-inch,
Davis Co. $8,250 for the complete
i-vsicui, provided tne citv reduces
j ' oi street to grane ana re
places rock with soil
The bids w ere referred to the sewer
committee, mayor and city clerk, to
report at the next meeting.
Adjourned on motion of Aid.
A. I). Hi i:sixg. City Clerk.
Marrjing In Hard Times.
Quest ion-Would The Sun advise an entrnged
couple lo got married in these hard times.
Answer If there bo no other bar to
the niari ia-e than the hardness of the
times, it ought i...t to be forbidden. Of
course the bachelor w ho desires to be
come a husband should be able to earn a
living; or should oth. rwise have the
means of life at his command, so th;it ha
shall he able to provide for the woman
who is williiiir to ln-come his wife, ami
that thus the .twain may enjoy wedded
uiissMinout nnuue anxiety about the
morrow. We notice bv the limnieinnl
record of marriages that just about as
many people get married here in hard
times as in better times; when work is
slack and inonev ti;:ht as when both urn
plentiful. We could not tfve advice in
an individual case like that w hich is pre
sented to us. because we know nothing
about the parties, but we know- that the
love which lanyhs at locksmiths can of
ten act very boldly without ever having
canse to regret the action. We are not
prepared to sav that the entratreil nnnnln
should shriuk from a serious duty or
postpone the day of wedlock merely be
cause the times are not so good as they
have been or as they will be after awhile.
ew loric bun.
nii xn isi n.ii(i.
16 Daniel McNeal to James H.
Howard, lots C. 7. 8. ! and l'l. block
55. Watertown. $l-.'5.
August Hartman by heirs to Lou
isa Hartman. sw si- 3;!. 17. Sv,
tract by metes and bounds 4. 16. 3w.
r- Tou e vons.
Are you all tired out. do you have
that tired feeling or sick headache?
You can be relieved of all these
symptoms by taking Hood's Sarsapa
rilla. which gives nerve, mental and
bodily strength and thoroughly puri
ties the blood. It also creates a good
appetite, vurcs indigestion, heart
burn ami dyspepsia. "
Hood's pills are easy to take, easy
in action and sure in effect. 25 cents
The Burlington route will sell
round trip tickets, good for 20 days,
on August 22. September 12 and Oc
tober li. to the cities and farm lands
of the west, northwest and south
west, at low rates.
Send the names and addresses of
your 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 tables, apply to the
Burlington route ticket -.cent, or to
P. S. El stis.
Gen. Tass. Agt. C. B. & Q. U. R..
World's Fair luitt s.
Burlington route, C. B. & Q. rail
vay. will sell 30-day limit excursion
ticketstoChie-ago and return at ij.;)7,
and excursion tickets limited good to
return any day to and including Nov.
15, 18113. at si. For further informa
tion apply to
1M. J. Yoi s;. Ticket A"cnt.
II. D. Mack Div. Pass. Agt..
Rock Island. Ill
An Irish (;r'itili:i; k.
A Irish jnvciiiia-.-k. issue.! by "John
O'Mahoney, a;;ei'.t "1 liiehi-ii l t ublic."
under date of March 1 7. lsOii, and pay
able "six months after the acknowledg
ment of the independence of the Irish
nation, " was presented for payment in a
grocery store in New York one day last
The Modern lieauty
Thrives on good food nnd sunshine,
with plenty of exercise in the open
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 liquid laxa
tive Syrup of Figs.
; Hair Death :
instnie.lr rmovei and forever ce-tiovs otj -.
jecllon:ili!e hit r. whether upon the liaiv s,
face, arm or necU, without di-colora iou
- or injury lo the most delicate skin. It was -
! roll FIFTY VKAR TIIK SECRET POUMCLA OF '.
C tii'Urs Wu.si'S. ai knowledtrc'd l.y pt.ri- c
; c';oris as the hihet authority and ibe ;
most eminent demui'oloejist and hair rpe.iu-
list tint ever lived. Dunns Id private prac-
' tice of a life-tin J amoii;: the noblity and ar- '
. Istocracy of Europe he prescribed till!" re-
cipe. t-RTE, $1 by trail, securely packed.
c Correspondence conflcutinl. Sole Aden's c
1 tor America. Address THE sKOOKl'M 1
KOOT HA1K GKOWErt CO. Dept. ., 57
South 5th avenue, New York.
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l III! aWtt'
avluney 'A'ruuoles, tip
Drum. NoCO. D. (.'Iron:
write as above for SyoiiiV"
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ta?r"vv Iter.. -: 'riwri in t
' Ui irot di-!i-;li-ai Jurac' .
fall odors for the haadlwrcriiflf . B
I SAMPLE BCTTi: Hit ior two 3cJ
Tn num. Advirt!. I
l-Xh jRO PUC CO.t Mirwauke-Bf Wlt.'
yHE undersigned firm has just opened a
Retail Department on their spacious Third
Floor where they carry a large and com
plete stock of Blankets and Comforters.
Anybody intending to purchase anything in
the above mentioned line will do well in
calling on us.
Klug, Hasler, Schwentser.
DRY GOODS COMPANY.
217, 21?i vv. Second St., DAVENPORT, IOWA.
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.
Ruber'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.
To Early Buyers
We have received our Fall Stock of Udies
and Gents Fine Shoes and party Slippers
and can show you all the latest novelties of
the season direct from the leading manufac
turers of the country.
We are Leaders.
In Fine Footwear.
Second mid Harrison StsM Davenport,
eflAHHOOD RESTORED! i:
ThU wom4riul rmf4; yi
- - ml I HU 41..
i Wnk Memory. Is of Bratn Power. Headache. Wokeluln.
ijm ui .;.. -jd. Nuutty Krmtons, Nervousnef.aHlrutnson1 loof power
in (T?ner'!;iTo'rjancf either sex caused by or frexertfnti. youthful errafi,
cK(jreue of tobacco, optum or 3timalants.whtrb lend t lntinnity.Cou-
v.ur-iMiir.nA&iiity. i'n be cr.-rted I n Test pocket, i pcro')i.nr.
.t'ty rai.ii pniKi'.a. vvtt!
Ith a S or.l r -ea-lv wrlt enrw
r 1-fuutJ tdf noiirr. firculn free. Sold hy all druculfW. iktorlt.
tirCKiMU Ar ItnUSIUC." -ouier. AdareM -NEBVK Eiru., Maw.uic Temple, CBiCAo.Uk
For sale in Eock Islanl by Hartz & Ullmejer druggist, 801 12th Ft
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