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T111S AltUUS. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1893.
$3 Shoes for
Men and Women.
Mil. onlv. .11.00
line Dono-ola. nat-
tip, button shoo,
Ladies' Dongola Iduchor,
patent tip uid trimmed,
worth 2.25 f
Best $3 Shoe in the Market.
i62? Second Ave., under Rock Island House.
The safest and most permanent cure for the
TV poison is not driven out of the system by
a more violent poison at the t-xpens of ttie g neral
Tin- treatMiient builds up fiom rt-irr. and
th- habi- vanishes quietly a' n easily, leaving the
patient in perfect health.
Tie Testimony of all graduavs is tint a marve
lous renewal has taken place.
:dtutes in all parts of the United Staie- !
literature on the subject sent on application
MORKELL LIQUOft CURE O-.
Horn-Office. BUFORD BLOCK. Rock IsKnd, 111.
IXCoKl'OKATEI) t'SDKIt TIIF. STATE LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
Rock Island, III.
from tt a. ni. to 3 p. m , and Saturday evonini;s from 7 to 8 o'clock.
e per cer.t Interest paid on Deposits. Money leaned on Personal col
lateral or Real Estate security.
DKNKMASN, Vice Pros't. J M lil'FORD, Cahiet
'' L .M rci.i !:. Y. ('. Henkmnnii, John Cruhanph, Phil Mitelell. H. P. Hnll. L. Simon,
K. W Hurt, J. M . Uuford, .John Volk.
Jackson A Huhst, Solicitors.
-: i'.i.Lfs July 8. 1.-90, and occupy th southeast corner of Jlitchell 4 Lytide's tew building
' '"! !n hi new shop.
At 324 Seventeenth Street.
Opposite the OK Minn
1803 Second Avenue.
Proprietoror of the Brady street
kludp of Cot Flowers constantl on null"
'a L'eatral park, tu. tarert It, Iowa
I lowor Ston
HU Brady street.
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si:rh lis Wonk Memiirv, l.i' ..f 'i-run I'mwr. : .
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donor iiisanltv. Can ! Cf.rriprt in .! iv"J'l-J'-,.'i' In
hy mi.ii nrpiwld. With a on! rwp' '.r, ",' ,7,.;, A-ktorit.
:-:.otuur. AUUre.8 .NfcKVK H f.f. it V ' , .Vu.-o-.u Jen.lie.
in Rock Islan J Hartz & Ullmeycr
, ; ..an nil
ri.1 !...! ot power
il i.. Iiilirmitr. "."
h-ujrist. 301 12th st
Proceedings of Lat Night's Seml-Monthly
ClTV C'OI NCIL ClIAMBF.lt. liOCK ISL
AND, Oct. 16. 1893 The citv coun
cil met in regular semi-monthlv ses
sion at 8 o'clock p. m.. Mayor Medill
presiding and all the aldermen pres
ent. The minutes of the last reo-ular
and subsequent adjourned meetings
were read and approved.
Aid. Kinner reported the location
of new lamps in the Second ward at
the corner of Fifth avenue and Elev
enth street, and at the corner of
Thirteenth avenue and Ninth street,
aU others as before. Report adopt-
Ald. Kuschniann, from the street
and alley committee, asked further
time on the communication of the C.
R- I. & P. Railway company, and
that the city attorney lie added to
the committee. So ordered.
On motion of Aid. Nelson, a certi
fied cl-eek for 250 received with a
sewer bid was ordered returned to
A communication from It. H. Kim
ball in reference to cleaning up the
litter on Market square was referred
to the street and alley committee.
A petition from the Rock Island
(irocers' association asking t lie en
forcement of the revised ordinances
to peddlers was granted, on motion
of Aid. Mauckert
A communication from citizens as
sessed for the Seventeenth street
sewer, askiug a refunding of the
amount of their assessment s excess
of actual cost, was referred to the
sewer and claims committees.
The clerk on instruction opened a
bid for the paving of one block on
Seventeenth street and one block on
Nineteenth street. It was from the
Edwards & Walsh Construction com
pany, and proposed a single course
of No. 1 1'urringtoii brick at l..r(
per square yard, curbing of Cleve
land sandstone at ,"" cents per lineal
foot, and resetting old curbing at 0
cents per foot. The bid was accep
ted and contract awarded by unani
mous vote, on motion of Aid! Dauber,
Aid. Bladel offered a resolution
ordering the macadamizing of a por
tion of Third street. Aid. Nelson
offered an amendment to macadamize
Fourteenth avenue: not seconded.
Original motion referred to the street
and alley committee to report at the
City Attorney Haas asked what he
should do a!out the Third avenue
sidewalk ordinance now pending in
the county court most of the walks
having been voluntarily built and
no provision made for paving the
commissioners for their "services.
The mayor advised that the ordi
nance lie kept open a little longer
yet. to give other property holders
an opportunity to comply with the
requirements before enforcing judg
ment. The city attorney also inquired as
to certain other proposed sidewalk
ordinances, the necessary returns
from aldermen being incomplete. A
debate on the payment of court costs
ensued, and verbal reports on the
ordinances in question were made.
Adjourned on motion of Aid. Ken
ne.iv. A. D. IU ksin.;. Citv Clerk.
Tonight at Harper's theatre the
leading and representative American
actor, A. XV. Fremont, is to present
his great drama, -'777,' a play that
has made the actor famous and won
the plaudits of the theatre-loving
people wherever presented. It
abounds in striking dramatic situa
tions and extraordinarily well devel
oped climaxes. It is handsomely
mounted with special scenery, and is
beyond question one of the best dra
matic productions on the road.
Expectation is on tiptoe for Elmer
E. Vance's lirst production of the new
play "Patent Applied For," at the
Hurt is. at Davenport. Mr. Vance
announces on his bills that he carries
over 10 tons of machinery, including
a complete special stage, a 10-horse
power engine and boiler, a Sturte
vant pressure blower, blowing 5.000
cubic feet of air per minute, besides
a thoroughbred Kentucky race horse
and other features. In Elmer E.
Vance's big new production is a real
istic ship scene where the vessel, the
Savannah, encounters a fearful gale
just as she clears from the city in
whose honor she was named. The
big ship is tossed on the crest of
giant waves, the sails are torn to
shreds by the whistling winds, and
it ii decidedly wierd in its realism.
The production will be seen tomor
Prevention u Better
Than cure, and those who arc subject
to rheumatism can prevent attacks
by keeping the blood pure aud free
from the acid which causes the dis
ease. You can rely upon Hood's
Sarsaparilla as a remedy for rheuma
tism and catarrh, also for i-very form
of scrofula, salt rheum, boils and
other diseases caused oy impure
blood. Jt tones anil vitalizes the
Pills are easy and gentle in
Farms for Sale.
Two miles east of Coal Valley
acres with good buildings.
Half mile from Iowa line in Jack
son county, Minn., 80 acres, good
Timber land opposite Muscatine.
A-good woodman can pay for land
with wood and render every acre
tillable. A splendid opening for the
right man. E. II. CrvEK. .
Four "leading rusuers nave befcn cap
tured by a sheriff's posse near Glen Kock.
Try The Argcs want column.
Houses for rent by E. H. Guyer.
Fresh oysters at Krell & Math's.
Have you tried White Rose ?ream-
Oysters served in anv style at Krell
& Math's. ' "
Oysters by the can or dish at Krell
Ice cream or oysters at Krell &
Drop in the Harper house barber
shop, the only first-class tonsorial
parlor in the city.
For Sale Two good delivery hor
ses and wagons; apply at George
SutcIiftVs. 1429 and 143l" Second av
enue. Misses Bard and Graham, of Le
Claire, who have been visiting in the
city for a few days, returned to their
There will he a pumpkin sociaole
given by the young people of the
Central Presbyterian church on
Thursday evening. Supper 25 cents.
Tea. coffee or chocolate with a tine
dish of fresh oysters and a few tiice
fresh buns is w hat makes a rich meal,
and to get the same go to Krell &
15. R. Hatmaker has disposed of his
interest in the Tri-City Chat to J. G.
Shand, who is now the sole pro
prietor, ami the next issue will
make ils appearance under the new
J. R. Graham, who four or live
months ago succeeded W. W. Loomis
as division freight agent of the Rock
Island, with headquarters in this
city, has removed his family from
Jolict to Des Moines and located at
G!:t West Eitrhteenth street. Like
his popular predecessor, Mr. Graham
ranks easily among the most success
ful of western railroad officials, hav
ing moved up to his present position
through all the minor grades of rail
way life. He has been for many
years in the service of the Rock Isl
and and is one of its most valued
freight agents. Himself and his ac
complished wife, the latter a lady of
rare social attainments, will be cor
dially welcomed to Des Moines and
be made to feel that Iowa's capital is
a place equally as pleasant as Joliet
in which to reside. Des Moines
oi rv urn niMi.
Oct. 14. Corl Emill'ritseh toGus
tav Stengel ami J. L. Haas, frl block
73, Chicago or lower add.. Rock Isl
Morris S. Heagy lo (i. F. McNab
ney, lot 24, block'C. Hampton, $450.
Anthony Shaw to George It. Hana
Ut 19. Dodge's add.. Rock Jsland.
XV. II. Devore to F. Taggart, lot 5.
wJ, sw 16,19, 3e, $1,500.
Alma and John A. Wilson, to John
G. Hoelle, wj nwj 33, 16, lw, $2,500.
That Joyful Feeling
With the exhilarating sense of re
newed health and strength and inter
nal cleanliness, which follows the use
of Syrup of Hgs, is unknown to the
few who have not progressed bevond
the old-time medicines and the cheap
substitutes sometimes offered, but
never accepted by the well-informed.
Kates Near One Cent Per Mile.
For the closing days of the Colum
bian exposition the lturlington.
Cedar Rapids & Northern railway
will sell excursion tickets to Chicago
from its line at rates near one cent
per mile for round trip. Tickets on
sale Oct. 15 to 31 inclusive, good to
return until and including Nov. 15,
1893. For tickets, time of trains,
etc., call on or address agents.
J. E. Hannf.oan.
G. T. & P. A.
World's Fair Kntes.
Round trip tickets to Chicago are
now on sale via C, R. I. & P. rail
way at one fare ($4.97) from Rock
Island. Return limit Nov. 15. Nine
fast express trains daily in each di
rection on the great Rock Island
la that misery experienced when
suddenly mada aware that you
possess a diabolical arrangement
called stomach. No two dyspep
tics have the same predominant
symptoms, but whatever form
The underlying causa ia
in the LIVES,
and one thing ia certain no one
will remain a dyspeptic who will
It will comet
Acidity of tha
Expel fool gasea.
'and at tha same
Start the Liver working and
all bodily ailments
"Tot more than three years I suffered with
Dyspepsia in. its worst form. I tried several
doctors, but they afforded no relief. At last 1 triet
Simmons Liver Regulator, which cured me in a
short time. It is a good medicine. 1 would not
be without it." Jamb A. Kqanb, Philad'a, Pa.
Has our Z Stamp In red on wrapper.
J. H. ZEIL1X & CO., Philadelphia. Pa.
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CORK SOLE SHOES
Xtra Dry. Xtra Dry.
Pain Proofers. Excludes all damDness
from striking through the soles to the feet
without the use of rubbers. A Preserver
of Health. Promotes warmth. Prevent
colds. Adds to comfort. Make short men
Second ami Harrison Sts., Eaveniort.
Rock Island Buggy Co.
Phaetons, Surries, Buggies, Spring and Farm Wagons.
It will pay you to call ani get our Low Prices
Factoryand Ware Rooms on Sixteenth street between F irst and Second avcuoc.
' Retail trade especial T solicited
Our Purpose In Advertising
is to let everybody who buys clothing that's all Man
kind here about know that our fall suitings are in, and
that the finest ever displayed in the city. You are res-p-c
fully invited to call and se the latest in patterna
and styles, in fall and winter wear.
J. B. ZIMMER,
(J li, and lea"- yonr order
-T4R BLOOK Oppo8ITK HaRPEK HoUSK;
J. T. DIXON
And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens.
1706 8econd Avenue.
Fifth Avenue Pharmacy.
HORST VON KOECKRITZ,
Analytic and Dispensing Pharmacist
Is tow located in his new building at the corner of Fifth aveuue
and Twenty-third street.
C. J. W. SCHREINER,
Contractor and Builder,
1121 1133 Keurth avenne. Residence 1119 Fourth aTenue.
rians ana specifications Tarnished on all classes of work; also aeent for Wilier' Patent.ln.id.
S'dic Bllnde.something naw. stylish and desirable.l
ROCK ISLAND ILL
City 'Bus and Express Line.
Telephore Rock Island of Harper Hotels for ?bus or express
wagon and you will receive prom pt attention,
TIMBERLAKE ft SPENCEB, Propi.