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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY. JULY 11, 18153.
MORRELL INSTITUTE- The safest and most LIQUOR, Morphine, TOBACCO Ta poison ii not driven out of tie systam by a more violent poison at the expense of the general health. The treatement builds up from tm ..tr and the habi": vanishes quietly a a easily, leaving th patient in perfect,health. The Testimony of all graluat isthit a marve lous renewal has taken place. Correspondence confidential. Iostitntes in all pirts of the United Sut--. Literatare oa the subject sent on application. MOR II HILL 'L1QJOR CURB CO. Horn Office. BUPORD BLOCK. Rock Island, 111. Sustain Home Industry - BY Calling for Rock Island Brewing Co., Beer. The Best Beer Made, On Tap everywhere. TRY IT. The Rock Island Brewing Company, success ors "to George Wagner's Atlantic Brewery, I. Ruber's City BreVery and Raible & Stengel's Rock Island Brewery, as well as Julius Junge's Bottling Works, his one of the most complete Brewing establishments including Bottling de partment in the country. The product is the very best. Beer is bottd at the brewery and delivered to any part of the tri-cities, and may be ordered direct from the head offices on o line avenue by Telephone. This Hot Summer Time You want Low Shoes To keep you feet cool. We have several lots of Gent's Fine Don gola Oxfords and Southern Ties, values from $2.50 to SJ.50 will be sold for $2.00 a pair. Ladies' Brown and Tan Oxfords reduced from $1.25 and $1.50 to $1.00 a pair. Second and Harrison StsM Davenport. OPEN EVENINGS. fMlllODD rnmes. uch as W ak Memoir, Low of Brain Power, llwuiacbe. Wakefulness, &EfJOtt. 3y mall prepaid. With a S ordor we H written raarait ln ifailfiiB m i 1 1 aii i rirmla free. Sold by oil druifeuw. A for It, take BF0READFIEBUSIG."o. AlUlKVJB E1CU., MmolIc Temple. C1UCA00.1U. . tF. w A W... ... .it r.n 1 sale in Rock Island by Hartz & permanent Cure for the Habits. - HOPPE, THE TAILOR, 1803 Second Avenue. RESTORED li- in UeneratlTeOr an of ettherMxcaiwed or otw exertion, youthful trrm nut of sihaeco. ODlnmorattmulants. which lend to Innrrnity, Cnn- h. mrripd t n t At Docket. VI perttox.o forSo. Ullmeyer, druggist, 801 12th et THE COUNTY BOARD. The July Spfwion of the Supervisors Offi cial Proceeding.. FIRST DAY. July 10. Pursuant to law the board of sunerTisors in and for the county of Rock Island and state of Illinois, convened in the city of Rock isianu in trie county and state afore said, on the seeond'Mondav, the 10th day of July, A. D., 1893. "Present all the members except Supervisors ase ana irent. Supervisor Sinnett chairman, presiding. The minutes or the last day s proceedings of the special April meeting of the board were read and approved. Supervisor Ford moved that the matter of sidewalks on the south and west sides of Court House square be referred to the committee on public expenditures to report to this board at the present meeting. Carried. The county treasurer and ex-oflicio countv collector submitted the fol lowing report, which on motion was received anil abatements granted as asked for: I hereby ask you to abate the fol lowing count' and special tax which I have been unable to collect for the tax of 1892: Conntv. Snwiiil. Total Forfeitare for 192... $ 22" 89 5 9 81 ( SI 69 KrroiBund ahatments. 12 14 4 t9 17 OS Insolvencies and re movals 362 83 149 13 Ell 96 Grand total 397 36 163 82 560 6S TBojusCAnrnELi , County Treasurer and Ex Offlcio'Conotv Col.ea- tor. Hock Island 111. The oflicial bond of Charles R. Wheelan as poormaster of the town of Rock Island, was read to the board and upon motion laid upon the table. Supervisor Schneider moved that the board visit the poor farm in a Doily on next ednesday, the 12th inst. The ayes and navs living called for resulted as follows: Ayes Supervisors Cralle, Ford, Hasson, Jenkins, Lamont, Metzjrar, McKinley, Lees. Oberg, Peterson Sehafer, Schneider, Wilson 13. Nays Britton, Fitzpatrkk, Good rich, Powell, Sehoonmaker, Swarnk, Titterington, Vinton 8. Carried. Supervisor McKinlev moved that the board visit Drury township as a body to investigate the road leading to the Muscatine bridge. Carried. Supervisor Britton moved that the board leave Rock Island at 5 o'clock this evening by steamboat and re turn by railroad in the forenoon of tomorrow. Carried. The committee on judiciary sub mitted the following report which, on motion, was received and adopted authorizing the county clerk to issue an order payable to Mercer county for $12.3, and also an order for costs. Your committee on judiciary who were authorized by the board to take charge of the suit of Mercer county vs. Rock Island countv for the board of certain paupers, would respect- iuuy submit ttiat alter due and care ful investigation and consideration of said case and acting upon the ad vice of the state's attorney, we have accepted the proposition of Mercer county to settle said claim for 125 and costs of suit, and we would therefore recommend that our said action be rati lied and approved by the board, and that an order be drawn for the amount of $125 in faror of Mercer county. F. M. Sinnett, James Hasson. Committee. The committee on equalization submitted the following report, which on motion was received and adopted: Your committee to whom was re ferred the equalization of assess ments of Rock Island county, would submit the following report: That we have examined the books of the several townships. Your committee considers the assessments fair and equitable and recommend that the assessments as returned by the asses sors be approved by this" honorable body. James Ha'-sos, c. schneideh, Fostek Akmstkoxg. Gust M. Fokd, John Schafek. Jk., Committee. Supervisor Goodrich moved that the board go to the poor farm by railroad. Supervisor Hasson moved as an amendment that the supervi- there by hack. Amendment carried. The motion as amended was then voted upon and carried. Supervisor Hasson moved to recon sider the vote taken to go to the poor farm on Wednesday next. Car ried. Supervisor Hasson moved as an amendment to the motion of Supervi sor Schneider "that the board visit in a body the poor farm on Wednes day, the 12th inst.," that the board visit the poor farm in a body on next Thursday, the 13th inst. Amend ment carried. The motion as amended was there upon voted on and carried. Board adjourned until tomorrow at 2 o'clock p. m. Hjalmar Kohlek, Clerk. Baeumatiam Cure i in a Say. "Mystic Cure""'-rheumatism and neuralgia radically cures m one to three days. Its action upon the sys tern is remarkable and mysterious. It removes at once the cause and the disease immediately disappears. The firs djose greatly benefits 75 cents. So d )" Gkotjak Druggist, Rock Island Fits All fits stopped free by Dr Kline's Great Nerve Restorer. No fits after the first day's use. Marvel ous cures. Treaise and $2 trial bot tie free to fit cases. Send to Dr Kline, 931 Arch street, Philadelphia Pa, For sale by all druggists; call on yonrg BRIEF MENTION. Cream served with every glass of soda at Krell & Math's. Phosphates that do you good to drink at Krell & Math's. Ten good work horses for sale. Apply to Elbert Mead, Sears' brick yard. Please read our large advertise ment on the fourth page. King Has ler Schwentser Dry Goods company. We serve pure fruit juice and crys tal spring water in our soda. Re member this and try Krell & Math's soda. Cheap lots for sale in South Rock Island, on easy payments, taxes low, location healthy. " Inquire of M. M. Brigirs. In view of the stringency of money natters the paving contractors. Kif vards & Walsh, have extended the ime of the 3 per cent reduction on ill payments in full for payin-r to u,g.i. Many in Kockalsland will be griev d to hear of the suicide of Count anrfeldt. the well known tmvslinir salesman, which occurred at St. Joe Mo., last week, the tragic act being accomplished by the use of mor phine. Rooms have wire screens, hair mattresses and carpets at the Delaware. Outside rooms have awn ings. Bath rooms on each floor. No charge to fngage rooms. $1.50 a day. Sixty-fourth street and Cot tage Grove avenue. The county convention of the Bap tist Young People's union at Anda lusia on Saturday and Sunday was well attended, and resulted in the election of Charles Burgoyne presi- ent. Miss Mamie Jones treasurer. and Miss Anna Britton secretary. When Traveling, Whether on pleasure bent. -or busi ness, take on every trin a bottle of Syrup of Figs, as it acts most pleas- nn,ln n.l ,.T......11 . 1 11 nun ciicviuauj on me Kidneys, liver and bowels, preventing fevers. headaches and other forms of sick ness. tor sale in 50c and tl bottles by all leakinsr drurrists. Manufac tured by the - California Fig Syrup tu. umy. To the World's Fair. Save time and avoid the crowd in the city by buying tickets over the "Great Rock Island Route" and stop off at Englewood, near the World s fair gate. Electric line from the "Rock Isl and" depot direct to the gate. Time, 10 minutes. Fare 5 cents. Yon check your baggage to Englewood and avoid trouble and save expense, as Englewood is in the great subur ban hotel district near the fair, and vou can have your baggage sent to your quarters at once. Kemember, the Chiearro Rock Isl and & Pacific is the World's fair line for reasons given above. John Sebastian, Gen. Tkt. and Pass. Agent. I was troubled with catarrh for seven years previous to commencing the use of Elv's Cream Balm. It ha done for me what other so-called cures have failed to do cured me. 1 he effect of the Balm seemed mag ical. Clarence L. Huff. Biddeford. Me. After trying many remedies for ca tarrh durinsr the "iast 12 vears. I tried Ely's Cream Balm with com plete success. It is over one year since I stopped using it, and have nau no return oi calami, l recom mend it to all mv friends. Milton T Palm.-Readinsr Pa- ORE Sick Headache and relievoall the trouttwj .n" dent to a bilious state of tlio system, racu , Xfizziness, Kausos. Drowsiness, Distress. af eating, tain in the Bido. &c ,Vhilo their !... -.1 remarkable Buccess lias botn shown in curi'. - Bcudache, yet Carter's Lituo Liver PIUS tqually valuable in Constipation, curing and pro venting this annoying complaiiit.wiitio they ols? correct all disorders of thostoiuai-Utiunilitt -j tha liver and regulato the boweki. i.v;u J.! they oj: cures m m nan n h ifl.cli striey would bo almost priceieEs to those w'. Buffer from thiadistrcssicg complaint; biitforM Batcly thelrgoodnees dues no'.ond h.-re,&, J iho-" irhjonce try them will find taeso little pilN ml". fcbie in sotany ways that they vriil uur, bo w.l to do without Utem. But after aUsiclt ccat AGB-1 laths bane of so many lives that bore Is vhora ' we make our great boaat. Oar pills cure it wails Others do not. Cartel's Little Liver Pills are very smill and very easy to take. One or two t ills uukoa dose. They are strictly vegetable sua do no. fripe or purge, but by their gentle action ;i' .ase all who nsethem.- In vials at 25 cents ; :. - 'il. 4ol4 by druggists cverysiiere, or t- ! . L CARTER aELIC!h CO -. THE MOLTNE Central Street Railway Co. 1KVITZ8 TBI PCBLIC TO C8I Prospect Park FOB Picnics and Excursions. Boatinff. Switch-back. Merrv- so-round. Ferris Wheel, Swings, Burros, Restaurant and Abun dance ox room. Special rates for Sunday schools. The Elm street ctrs and Blue Line from Bock nana Base inrougn connections. UpjUs. -J SURPRISING How people take advantage o the low prices we are making. Bed Room Suits- Selling $25.00 Suits for $18.00. Gasoline Stoves- At about SJ.00 less than the regular price. Parlor Suits- We are'selling an elegant 6-piece Oak Frame Set at S.OO $50.00 would be a low price.; Odd Pieces- For the Parlor, Fancy and Lawn Furniture, Save Ice. Save Ice. Save Ice. BUY a good Refrigerator, One that has all the good qualities. Hard Wood free from odor. THE BhST. Now is the time to buy CARPETS we always offer ex tra inducements in July. MATTING an elegant assortment. Baby Carriages. Easy Payments Telephone 421 322 Brady "Upholstering of all kinds to order. Feathers renovated on short Notice After July 1 store will close A DROP In Oxfords Too many summer shoes for the time year. Cheap prices will move them. Be time, and get a BARGAIN. Ladies Russia, Tan Blucher's. Stylish. Were 5.50. Now $3 White Canvas Oxfords, Kid Tip and trimmed. Were 2.50. Now 11.85. All of our Ladies Finest Hand Turned Oxfords, square and pic toe. Were . Now 2.50. Children's Tan Shoes reduced. Bargains! Bargains! "The BOSTON," 1625 Second Ave., under Rock Island House. Rock Island MANUFACTURERS OT Phaetons, Surries, Buggies, Spring and Farm Wago It will pay you to call Before Buying. rmaoTj ui ware room oa leui iuet Between let naaaa sr I Chairs and Tables, Pore! Camp Stools. Save Money. Save Money. Save Money. ! Baby Carriages. No extra charge GHAS. A. MEGK Street, Davenport, Iowa. notice. I at C:30 p. m. Saturday at 10 p. . and Tine Shoe Creoles Finest Russia Calf- Elegant Shoes Hand Turned-I Tip and Plain. Were 3. No 2.35. I Ladies line Hand Turned Ox' ford pat. quarter and tip. Wet) 2. Now 1.50. Lots of Children's Oxfords to? numerous to mention, at greatll reduced prices 51 Buggy Co, it and get our Low Prices BeullTrade ttptcMij aolleilr i. u .'i ' f i h : I ; i t I- 1 Ml .. . j I i