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THE ARQJ& TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1894.
Ij (Lo lt remedy for all cotapLunU peculiar to wooes. Ait your Prn?git, er Bend to hs, for our LAMES' ZtEDlCAL HOOK. r or f Wsnaa. er Ctrl itnnt JS, $komtd read It. JSA-PMCAA MCOWINC CO., ftaiaatSM. Mxh. - fr.1. Sustain Home Industry On Tap everywhere. Only Union labor employed. Thi Rock Island Brewing Company, success ors to George Wagner's Atlantic Brewery, I. Hirer's City Brewery and Raible & Stengel's ?vc:k blind Brewery, as well as Julius Junge's Dottling Works, his 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 b ordered direct from the head offices on Mo line avenue by Telephone. -IaCOKTOKATED CIDIB TBS STATE LAW. Rock Island Savings Bank. Rock Islaxd, Itx. Ova trim I a. m. to S p. nv end Satsrday tvealags from 7 to t o'cluek. i .vp per cant Interest paid ca Deposits. Money loaned on Personal col lateral er Real Estate security, oreirsm : f - jerrccEU,rr. r CDasnJiASS.vioerWt. J2M. bv?ord,omu ttmrrron.: 1'. L. M ItchaO, r. C. Dekr-iii. JM Cwbanrb. !iH lfn Holl L Bteea, ur lin J If Ittit.mt. Jotra oik. X. W Unr-t, J. St. tlnete July I, If?), i4 occupy Us southeast torarr of Kitchen Lyase's aew kaOdtatl B. P; DeGBAR, Contractor and Builder. u lu . and Shop 225 E1JhteeBth Street ISLAND, ILL CAUaiuUsof Carpestafwurkssrvtalry. FIsm sad estlMtee swell klads ef sDdla(s tintM os seoieiofc ' C. J. W. OCHREIMER, Contractor and Builder, 1111 US Fenrtk aaee. BsshJeaee lilt roerta reaae. rt sad prlnt. fml-M m all clasw. of worki else eyetjer WOert rteat bwid. 'xtiaa MMseaMteiag sew. etyUee aee esamsis KOCSISLAirorU. JOHN KONOSKY, Carpenter and Builder, t orncE, ko: tm sixm avksue, bhop ca Visa SSiMt BOd IOiABO. ad 1 Call for Kock Island Brewing Co. I Jeer, LATF.T SOVF.LTIKS IX FMl AIMS GOOD. CAX BE SETA AT E. F. dokx. The New Merchant Tailor. 1833 S1.C0SD AVE. Harper Bccst Block- Ilulurrt, k. cncxTT nriLDixu. Trasmfrvs. Fell. 10 Sarah J. (lrn.i I. WI1- Hani S. Grove, lot 9. block 1, James TM add.. Tort Hyron. ISO. All ITU 4l Xl'irniliiii t ii A Itmrtlna Otlund, lot 11. Work U. Moline Wat er rowrr company s seventh add.. Moline. fiOO. !.ult Su.oniihl to Henderson nguam. ns-iot 47. eathcrhcau s Kock Island. r,M. 1. T. PinUCO tr WmIkt Simnmn lot 21, nw s J 19. 19. 2c. f35,,. WoslcY rilmtison to Jcnno Simn. on. unci lot 21, nw ' svrl 19 19. 2c. 1.V). U'lwrl O. Jcwctt lo W. P. Tin.l,n part ! so 21. K2w. part swj 19. 1? 1 Ami , " . , , I'Ji ll j Oil, II, T, Tae Mortem Invalid IIs tastes medicinally, in keeptnz ,.. i i . . . " "mi-r niAufii'i. j rcniciiy mast bo rloaantlv acceptable in form. purely wholesome in composition, . 1 1 1 m . .. iii in iiiwi iiii in cueci ami eniirciv free from every objectionable qual ity. If really ill he consults a phy sician; if constipated he uses the penile family laxative, Syrup of Fij;s. Big Bankrupt Sale. Last November occurred the failure of A. D. GATES & CO., large wholesale and commis sion shoe men of Chicago. The city courts of Chicago just last week ordered their goods sold for what ever they would bring to satisfy creditors and con signors. Cash Did It. Our buyer was there, and by paying cash ob tained $6,S44 worth of choice and desirable foot wear at 5S 1-3 cents on the dollar. We are going to divide with you. We here offer an array of some bargains that are breath-takers: Read Every Word. I'd psir lailies ki1 button f hoes, worth (1. rut in two, at 44c. pair baby hocj, worth S5c, cut in two, at He. ' 11 pair men's laced shoes, wide plain toc, soiled and dura ble, value $l..r0, cut in two, 7lo. SI men's sandals, acklc strap, value 8 K cut in two, at HO pair men's plain calf laced frhoc. value $:t, cut in two, f 1.43. 3o7 pair ladies line kid sipare toe. pat. tip. button, value $2.20. cut in two. at $1.19. Seeing is believing. Ex amine and you will buy. The Central. Look for blue sign, Bankrupt Shoe Sale. 522 Third Ave. Moline, 111. SAVED I LABOR, TIME, MONET hi cenra SOAP. Use it jour own way. It is the best Soap made. For Washing Machine use. KADK BT tURCOCf A filLSTOM. Sold ETcrywhcre. Catarrh! Catarrh! Catarrh Doctor Hart's Anti-Septic and Med irated Oil Treatment lorCatarru, Asthma. Bronchial and Lung Trouble. PRICE 5 00. It is the oaly remedy whirh b. rrr eura Ca tarrh pmnwwatly the hort lrri of fio whocaatKM cuiri of nrstl er tbro.t ra tbo lis. SMtHMwe . Cll aa Kofi Wl U UK WHO kT Orr mrr- orally Tmt lartacr laiomauoa esu ob W. H. OSBOSKK. ataHOMOt and Vcotcf Agcaf, it, Kyae Sleek, Caraafert, lews. AHMASMRD BRIEF MENTION. Pork Gilmore's pork. ' Try Turkish candy at Krell & Math's. II. C. McConnell. of Chicago, is in the city. Thomas Xowers, of Atkinson, was n the city today. Dr. Myers has moved his office to Xo. 1515 Second avenue. Money to loan on real estate secur ity. Apply at Jackson & Hurst's. IVin't miss the srrand horse race in the county fair at Moline, Feb. li.1 Prokcn mixed candies, vcrv nice. at 10 cents per pound, at Krell & Math's. If yon want to borrow money on real estate, apply at Jackson & Hurst's. The stajre of water at the Hock Isl and bridge at noon was 4.40; the temperature 16. An endless variety of tenny roods at Krell & Math's. Send the little ones to us; we can please them. When vou are in a hurry and do not want, to bake, try Krell & Math's buns or French roils, better than bread. Miss Ida M. Clemens, a universal favorite, gives a reading at the First M. K. church, Davenport tomorrow evening. The three little bovs, living near Twenty-second street and Fifth ave nue, who ran away from home last week, have returned, much to the joy of their parents. The King's Daughters will give a mnsieale at the resilience of Mrs. Henry Curtis on next Thursday even ing. Feb. Ij. A most delightful pro gram lias iieen arranged tor it and light refreshments will be served all for the very small fee of 25 cents. ir. police will iirt at tue Harper muse an inis wcck, until ftatunl.iv night. Do not miss this opportuni ty of having your eyes or ears treated properly, i he itoetor examined and treated over 100 eases of eye trouble last week. Some of these cases were almost blind from the use of improp erly fitted glasses. His olliee hours are from . to i:S;) and to 8. Con sultation free. Word was received from Washing ton this morning to the effect that the war department had approved the plans and speciucations of the Davenport & Uoek Island Kailwav company for the electric equipment 01 t lie bnilgc hue, heretofore passed utMn favorably by Col. Huflhigton, of Uoek Island arsenal. The eon- tracts, which have been pending awaiting the receipt of such infor mation, will lo let forthwith, and he road cnuipited as tiuitlilv as pos sible. A Halting Towdrr lo Aolit. The housekeeiHT will do well to keep her eye upon the schemes de signed to Torec upon her fraudulent and dangerous baking powders. The latest is the canvasser for one of the inferior powders, who solicits or ders for ha'.f pound boxes to be tilled by the grocer to whom he turns them over at ii cents each, of which 15 cents is to lie paid in cash and the balance m a l'l-ccnt rebate c'jcck which the solicitor leaves with the consumer. I lie oliiect of the scheme is to make the housekeeper think she is getting i'5 cents worth of baking powder for 15 cents. The inferiority of such baking powder is clearly shown by the fact lhat the manufacturer can sol! it for 2 1 cents a pound below the price of the standard brands. A baking pow- uer mat can te sold at these rates should be avoided, as the niateria's alone required for a pound of pure and wholesome powder cost twice as mucli. A recent investigation by the government shows that a half pound of alum baking powder costs about one and a half cents. These arc the powders that arc sold by such schemes as those described Alum baking powders are rank tKii son to many constitutions, but if people wish to buy them, thev should not pay over 5 cents a pound for them, and then they would yield a profit of 100 per cent over cost to ineir nianuiaciurcrs. Tcxa. Land-seekers'' excursion. On Jan. 9. Feb. 13. March 13. April 10 and May 8, 1804, low rate excursion tick ets may be had at the "Burlington" office to all points in Texas. Final limit of tickets. 30 davs from date of sale. For particulars apply to M. J. Vot ns. Agent, Kock Island. II. D. Mack, D. P. A. California. Oreatly reduced rates- via the 'Burlington" to Pacific coast points on account of Midwinter fair, lick els now on sale, with linal return limit to July 15. Through sleeping car accommodations secured, i-or full particulars apply to M. J. Voirxu, Agent. II. D. Mack. D. P. A. Taars. All taxes on personal property must be paid before March 1, and, to avoid costs, on real estate before March 20. office in court house building, will be open all day, and on Wednesday and Saturday 'evenings from 7 to (S:S0 p. m. Ed. Baceusfeld, Collector. IL C. Clause, Deputy. U(ht Katrm. . In future lamp renewals heretofore furnished at the expense of the Brush company's electric light consumers, will lie furnished free, when the burnt out lamp is returned to the company's office unbroken. Pkoplu' Powek Co. Mnnirlpal Matter. ClTT Cot TKCIL CltAMRKK, UoCK 1st.- Axi, Feb." 12. The council met iu special session at 7:30 p. m., on call of the mayor, who stated the ob ject to be to take up the revision of the city ordinances and such other business as may ' come before the council. Mayor Med ill presided and ail the aldermen were present except Fick enscher. On motion of Aid. Corken the clerk was instructed to return tho de posited checks to the unsuccessful bidders on tho scale house. The clerk read an ordinance for the construction of a sewer begin ning on Seventh avenue and running south on Twenty-first street leyond Ninth avenue by special assessment to the extent of the benefits. Adopted by unanimous vote, on motion of Aid. Dauber. A recess of live minutes was taken to examine the estimates for the Twenty-tirst street sewer. On reas sembling. Aid. Dauber submitted the report of the commissioners of the Twcnty-lirst street sewer, which was adopted as read. Aid. Dauber moved that the city attorney be instructed to commence proceedings accordingly in the cir cuit court. Adopted. Aid. Corken moved that the city clerk be instructed to advertise for bids for consUucting this sewer, each bid to be accompanied by a cer tified check for $ 150. Adopted. Aid. Dauber submitted a proposi tion of W. A. Darling to place sew ers, pipes, etc., on the city map, at a charge of ?3 per day of eight hours, and moved that the proposition be adopted. Keferred to the mayor and sewer committee with power "to act, on motion of Aid. R!adel. The council, on motion of Aid. Kin ner, went into a committee of the whole on the revised ordinances, with Aid. Maucker in the chair. On rising at 10:30 o'clock. Aid. Maucker, as chairman of the com mittee of the whole, reported pro gress, and asked time. Granted. The mayor was, on motion, author ized to invite private bids for pub- nsiung tne revised ordinances, and report to the next meeting of the council. The council then adjourned on mo tion of Aid. Knschniann. A. D. Huesixg, City Clerk. ' Texas tocruralon. On Tuesday, Feb. 13, the C. U. I. & P. railway will sell round trip ex cursion tickets to ail points in lexas at very low rates, licturn limit 30 days. Through train leaves Hock Island daily at 11:20 p. m. for Fort Worth. Quickest time and best ser vice to all parts of Texas via this route, lor lii kets and full informa tion call on i. II. I'lummer. ticket agent at Rock Island depot, or ad- urcss 1,. ALLEN. Cen'l Agent Pass. Dept., Davenport, la. Highest cash price paid for crease and dead hogs at the Farrell Fertiliz ing and Rendering works. es.. C. E. Wivux. GaptKing'sMasterpiece The opening chapters of the populai novelist's latest and greatest story entitled FOES IN AMBUSH will soon appear IH THIS PAPER YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO MISS IT PARKERS' Laundry, Wtthet IvwytMrg From a Fits SilkSa&Sierchieftoa KrcuTest. Lac CsrUi a Eptdalty. No. 1724 Third Ave A. XL & lb J. FAJ2ZLXR. Telephone No. 1214. 2 What io (SfijllM I v. .vypc I C&storia is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infiuits and Cbililrcn. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic gubstanco. It is a harmless substitute for Paregoric, Drops, Soothlns Syrnps, and Castor Oil. It Is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years use by Millions of Mothers. Castcria destroys Worms and allays feverishness. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic Castoria relieves teething troubles, eurcs constipation and flatulency. Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas toria is the Children Panacea tho Mother's Friend. Castoria. "CnsUirU is an excelleat medicine for chH Ilea. Mother, have repeatedly told me of its good effect upon their children. Dr. Q. C Osgood, Lowell, Hass. Castoria Is the bes: romcdy fnr children of which I cm acquainted. X hope the day Is cot tar distant when mothers will consider the real Interest of their children, and use Castoria in stead of tee variousquBck nostrums which are destroying their loved ones, by forcing opium, morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful agents down their throats, thereby Bending 1 to premature graTes." Da. 3. F. Eracazriot, Conway, Ark. A HANDFUL OF DIRT MAY BE A HOUSE. FUL OF SHAME." CLEAN HOUSE WITH DAVIS GO. Heating and Ventilating Engineers Gas and Steam Fitting, SANITARY PLUMBING. A complete line of Pipe, Brass Goods, rackfog Hoes, Fire Brick Etc Largest nd best equipped establishment west of Chicago. OA VLB fcJlAXJU. Moline, HI j 112. 114 West Seventeenth st. Telephons 2063. Restdenoe satlLWi WmUB BSfZL. Fifth Avenue Pharmaey. HORST VON KOECKRITZ, Analytic M MmwJhmml Is row located in his new building at the corner of Fifth avenue and Twenty-third street. DUriCiUff'S DAVEIQ-POIIV BUSINESS COLLEGE. The thorotkrt iasti acOon giren at this School Is verified by mare ' . naing their btudenta. 112 arid .14 East Second Street, DAVRSPOBT, tOWA. B ti.HppsoH. M.J.Pa- HUDSON & PABKER, CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS, All kinds of Carpentering promptly attended to. EstiaWUrB fornifihed when desired. Shop cor First are. acd Herenteenth it. Book Island. SEIVERS & AHDEES0N, CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS. AU Ktada ot Castoria, Castoria fc so well adapted to chilli n Usst I recommend It as superior to any fJteauipU known to me H. A. Ascm,IL IX, Hi So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, X. T Our physicians in the children's depart ment have spoken highly of their expert, ence in their outside practice with Castoria, and although we only have amors; oar medical supplies what is known as legoler ' products, yet wears free to confess that the merits of Castoria has woa as to look VMS favor trpon it." Csrrxo Bosmai. a Distaste, Iub C Surra, Ace., Telephone 1148. Telerjhono 1169 THE TAILOR, 1803 Second ATennes tkaa J00 diflereat reoyle norm. , Carpentsr work Dona, 7 1