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KN'TAU THE NEW I)E
I i;H !:E. THE UUCK
T1!!: lUGIIKST GRADES.
I.AU N CKASS SEED.
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I ;: THAN l.VEUr.EEDUE.
; , , i!iin' fnr tho mnkin;;
i ri h lawn at
'zrsr.z ia sssd st322,
i;5 Wet Second St.,
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M il free of charge:
i.adv" is oa P.
i.f t lie wrapper.
icii. ten vnu iiavc
ii our Anti-Wash-IVwilt
r. take them
it r present thctu
nfil yen will receive
i; n I packn:n. worth
:i'k this lirerat in
i quicklv introduce
ard Soap Powder
i. !- ..'""I tm til ail wrap
- . whii li thi olTcr is print
:. f " - i. ti'il to lis.
irnock & Ralston
- V. ...rr. Tuck Island.
;.'' '. Glove
Brinp. comfort and Improvement and
Icmls to personal enjoyment when
nplitly uvl. The m.mv,'w!io live let
ter than others and enjoy life more, with
lew expenditure, hy mora promtly
adnptin the worll'i bent product to
the needa of phywral beinjr, will attest
the value to health of the pure liquid
laxative principle embraced in the
remedy, Syrup of Fi,T
Its excellence i due to i preeritinir
In the form mont acceptable and pleaM
ant to the taste, the rcf nulung and trulv
beneficial properties of a perfect lax'
tivc ; cflcctu:i!ly cleansing the nystcm,
disiH lling coMh, lieadnches and 'fever
nd permanently etirinc; constipation.
It han piven satisfaction to million and
met with the approval of the medical
profession, because it act on the Kid
neys, livcr and IIowcls without weak
ening them and it is perfectly free from
every objectionable pulistance.
Syrup of Fiir is for sale by all dra
eists in "Kir. nnd $1 bottles, but it is man
ufactured by the California Fijj Syrup
Co. only, whose nrmc is printed on every
package, aU the mane, t'yriip of Fips,
and lieins well infornicil, you nill not
cccpt any substitute if oill rcd.
Com'oinatica Coupon, J
Thl coupon will Cfta'i:ih IdcnUty T
k Kiibscribor to Ihc HiK'K W
ISLAND A ROCS, nr.dnilibe
ncrcpica nir nyorilo( the
and three couponi of diScreut 9
Gathered Jewels of Song' h
J ;5cjntsati l time CJupom of It
jt dlil. reot links t
A Tuesday, May 15.
j. City schcriNr- will prcpnt the Z
5 cn-h iml the ennpono at the f
6 AliQUS m-u. Out of town S
j) piilsoribor will mail tie rh .
t( and the rnpon to this fllro P
with thportr fr the part lie-
j( sired, and it will be mailed i.
' thm f.-ec of any further
riANOS AND ORGANS
1717 Second Ave. Hock Island.
Jofi Kiftoenth Street, Moline.
TUH MTH BOOMS
Paths of nil kinds, including
Turkish, plain, shampoo, elec
tric, cloctro-thermal, etc., may
bo obtained at the Sanitarium
Ilath Konnn, on the first floor of
the Harper House.
For Ladii-.i From 9 n. m. to
12 Oi. on week days. For Gen
tlemen From 6 a. m. to 7:30 a.
m., nnd from 2 p. m. to 9 p. ni.
on week clays On SunJayo the
rooms will be oien from 6 a. m.
to 11 a. m. for Gentlemen only.
Electric nnd Klectro-thernial
baths may be obtained at nny
time during business Lours,
(iyiunnsium connected with bath
4. 1 1 drui.-si :tti liof n-nr in ': ti vi t r...ft- i ili'Tvi ibumii
M,.,-r attmiiffin" wlil.i iU t InMrn-itv. r-m iint: r nu p.ri.!y. nr.-
' AMn S K isf".:.l 4 O.. JUn: 1 rni;.-t hi.;;;, f a
1 k Man ! br Hnrt & Ullnicyer drugsiar 301 12tb st
M T5 r-y t X2Taiisa C2Sn l-sM.
(EORUE StTfJirtn, Piopriutjir.
K ' xui.d Anuc, CorDo of BUtcvatb Btiwt, - OiKWlta liaxver Tlraatr.
ciioictist Wine. Liquors, Beer and Cigars always on Hand
t- tai.4 u cry ino ' aawiwiciMi rnilainclaii biMMt MoUoa
THE CITY COUNCIL.
Official Praeedlnsa or Lamt Xlcbt'a 8ea-
City Coi kcii. Room, Rock Island.
April 16. The citv council met in
adjourned regular session at 8
p. m.. Mayor Mcdill presiding and
all the aldermen present. The mayor
announced the standing committees
for the new municipal year as fol
lows: Bridges Fred Schroeder, Johnson,
Claims Kennedy, Maucker.Bladel.
Finance Corken, Foss, Kennedy.
Fire and Light Maueker. Kusch
Health and Tolice Dauber, Fred
License and Markets Bladel,
Schneider, F. II. Schroeder.
Ordinance Cramer. Corken. Roth.
Parks Biadel, Johnson. F. H.
Schroeder. Dauber, Schneider, Ken
Printing Nelson, Maueker, Fred
Streets. A leys and Grounds
Kiisehniann, ltoth. Foss.
Sewers Koss, Knschmann, Dauber.
Waterworks Roth, Corken, Cram
er. The mayor reported that C. R.
Wheelan had declined to serve as
poormuster. and nominated 3. 11.
Lidders for the position. The nomi
nation was not continued arcs 0,
Ayes Roth, Corken. Dauber, Fred
.Schroeder, Maueker. Kusehmann 6.
Noes Bludcl, Johnson. F. II.
Schroeder. Schneider. Kenned v.
Cramer. Ne'son. Foss S.
The mayor nominated M. Kautz
for patrolman. Not cuntirmed
ayes f, noes S.
"The mayor nominated D. McCarthy
for patrolman. Not confirmed G
The mayor nominated G. B. llanna
for patrolman. Lost to 8.
The cb-rk rea l the annual report
of William Jackson, park commis
sioner of Spencer square. Adopted
on motion ofJAld. Kusehmann.
The clerk read the annual esti
mates required from him as ex-oflicio
comptroller, together with estimates
of expenditures. Received and
placed on tile, on motion of Aid.
The clerk read a communication
from Gustaf Swenssou and others
with drawing attached to a petition
for the improvement of Columbia
park. Also from Barth & Babcnck
and others against sewers and other
improvements in Columbia park.
Also a petition from S. H. Velio and
others nsking for the inauguration of
paving and sewer improvements in
Columbia park. The papers were re
ferred to the street and alley, sewt-r
and waterworks committees.
The clerk read a communication
from City Attorney Ilaa asking al
lowance of his bill" for $im for the re
vision of the city ordinances. The
bill wis allowed by unanimous vote.
Aid. Foss moved a vote of thanks
to the city attorney for the able and
efficient manner in which the ordi
nances were revised. Passed bv
The clerk rend a petition of citi
zens in the vicinity asking the open
ing of Thirty-first street. Also a pe
tition askingthat Forty-second street
le made passable. Also a petition of
Henry I'.urris for filling a sidewalk
on Seventh avenue. Referred to the
street ami alley committee.
The clerk read a petition from cit
izens for an additional street light in
Sinnet's udd'.lien. Referred to the
lire and light committee, together
with a resolution on the same sub
ject by Aid. Cramer.
The clerk read a communication
from the C. U. Telephone company,
asking permission to locate an addi
tional pole. Referred to street and
The clerk read a claim of $ lO.'l from
E. II. Avery for damages caused by
the killing of n horse by a pile of
lumber on Twenty-first street. Re
ferred to the committee on claims
and city attorney.
The clerk read n petition of Mos
cnfeldcr a Kohn for leave to erect a
metal covered frame building on
Third avenue. Referred to the fire
and light committee. Alsoa jwtition
of similar nature, which was referred
to t he same committee.
The clerk read a jietition from 273
residents south of Seventh avenue
for additional police protection. Re
ferred to the police committee.
The clerk read petitions from the
Franciscan Sisters and others for an
extension of watermaius nnd sewers
on Thirtieth street south of Four
teenth avenue. Referred to the wa
terworks and sewer committees.
The clerk read a petition of Robert
Roland, and other etitioners, to ex
tend walermains, all of which were
referred to the waterworks commit
tee. The clerk read a petition from R.
G. Hudson for permission to put in
an iron water pipe to bis residence.
Referred to the waterworks commit
tee with power to act.
The clerk' read a remonstrance
from property holders of Seventeenth
street aguinst awarding any contract
for paving Seventeenth street until
after the decision of lh-i court in the
contest on the paving of the third
section of Seventeenth street. Re
ceived and placed on file.
1 he clerk read a petition oi J. v.
Stewart and others, asking abatement
of tax on the property of the Augus
tana University association. Re
ferred to the committee on finance
The clerk read a petition from
John Folsoiu for permission to ex-
lend a frame building. Keferred to
the lire mid light committee with
power to act on motion of Aid. Cor
ken. The clerk read a petition of G. W.
Rcttick and others for the establish
ment of the office of plumbing in
spector. Referred to the board of
health and sewer committee on mo
tion of Aid. Foss.
The clerk read a communication
from Rosen field Bros., asking that
the Twenty-first street sewer be ac
cepted, and $305.90 assessed against
the city be 'allowed. Adopted by
unanimous vote, and the mayor and
'clerk instructed to make settlement
with Rosenfield Bros, in accordance
with the contract.
The clerk read a report from W. A.
Darling, estimating the cost of side
walk grades in the Sixth ward at $2
277. Referred to the street and alley
The bills of Messrs. Murrin and Al
brecht were referred to the claims
The clerk read a communication
from the Purrington Paving Brick
company, offering to ship brick free
of cost to replace any defective brick
that it may have furnished contrac
tors. Received and placed on file.
The clerk read an invitation from
John Buford Post G. A. K. to attend
Memorial day exercises. Received
and invitation accepted, the council
to attend in a body on motion of Aid.
A communication from the Engi
neering. News was received and
placed on file.
Mayor Mcdill. from the committee
to which was referred the Seventeenth
street paying bids, reported cost
under the different bills the total
for the tirst two sections of Seven
teenth street being as follows:
With R I It I larire Gales'mrp
tmnlt hnclc brlrk tirirk
Ei!ward W...l!i.e-s; S'S stn TS $j:i,7sh (m
ltorkf.nl V...VRSI .(! 411 ;i fi-."2 im
Hick A J m,vx eti.i ir m sei.i.si e
Aid. Foss moved that the bids of
the Edwards & Walsh Construction
company to use National Clay
company's large or city standard
brick be accepted. Aids. Maueker
and Corken moved that the report
of the committee lay over to the next
regular meeting, under the law, and
it was so ordered. 1
Aid. Foss renewed his motion to
let the contract to the Edwards &
Walsh Construction company as the
lowest binder, the curbing to be of
Berea sandstone and the brisk the
National Clay company's city stand
ard size. Adopted S to C.
Ayes IWadel. Johnson, F. II.
Schroeder, Schneider. Kennedy, Cra
mer, Nelson. Foss S.
Noes Roth. Corken. Dauber, Fred
Schroeder, Mitieker, Kusehmann C.
On motion of Aid. Kennedy th
clerk was instructed to return cheeks
for the unsuccessful bidders.
Aid. Bladel moved that the mayor
and city clerk be authorized to enter
into contract with the successful bid
ders. Carried, 12 to 2 F. Schroeder,
The matter of procuring an electric
light for the pavilion on Spencer
square was referred to the lire and
light committee and the mayor, with
power to act.
Aid. Kennedy moved that a com
mittee be appointed to inect the
new fire wagons and ascertain if thev
are according to contract. Carried,
and the mayor appointed as such
committee Aids. Kennedy, Maueker
and F. H. Schroeder.
Aid. Foss offered a resolution to
fix a grade on Thirt v-iifth street, be
tween Fifth and Seventh avenues.
Referred to the street and alley com
mittee. Also resolution calling for plans
for the drainage of certain ponds
which was referred to the street and
alley committee and health commis
sioner. Aids. Corken, Bladel and Kennedy
offered resolutions as to filling streets
to grade, and other improvements,
which were referred to the street and
Aid. Cramer offered a resolution
instructing the tire and Tght com
mittee to inspect the house on Twenty-sixth
street and Fifth and-a-half
avenue, owned by Mr. Keator, with a
view to condemnation. Carried.
On motion of AM. Kennedy the
clerk was instructed to notify",!. H.
Wilson to open Fifth-and-a-half ave
nue between Twenty sixth and Twenty-seventh
On motion of Aid. Foss the reports
of city officers were ordered printed
in pamphlet form.
On motion of Aid. Bladel the print
ing committee was instructed to ask
for private bids and authorized to
award the contract for printing the
city officers'' annual report.
Adjourned on motion of Aid. Dau
ber. A. 1). Hi -ksinh, City Clerk.
letter Tliun For Vrara.
"My father used three bottles of
Hood's Sarsaparilla and has been bet
ter since taking it than he was for
years before. My mother has been
ill sometime from effects of the grip;
she bought one Tjottle of Hood's Sar
saparilla aud is iraproviti"." Fred
W. Dauby, Coal Valley, 111."
Hood's pills cure sick headache.
EimiMM to the South.
Excursions on Mnv ft on t
one fare for the round trip. Tickets
limited to thirty (30) days from date
of issue; choice of routes offered:
stop-overs permitted within certain
territory. .Detail information upon
R. Stockhocse, G. T. A.
Depot, foot of Twentieth street
Rock Island. 111.
May 8, 1S91, low rate excursion tick,
ets may be had at the "Burlington"
office to all points in Texas. Final
limit of tickets. 30 days from date of
sale. For particulars apply to
M. J Youkg,
Agent. Rock Island.
H D. Mack, 1. P. A.
Woman if a conundrum nrrat deeided'y. f till
we do not propoae to give her op. Let a woman
have her health and tp rt( and abe is ttaa ann
rtitne or the house. But ceppove the la elck,
what itien? Why, t: en there Is a thadow ov3' all
the hone. rtipi ily in ttious inda of bomea s-c
shadows have ben n moved. Thanks to Dr.
Pieice'a Favorite rrscriptlon, the diaecees and
weaknesses incident 10 thair eex have been re
moved and with health re ored. their nrprht
ap'rlte have co.tib btc1:. and Ibe honehold baa
pswdt-ora the winter of 1 a discontent to a glad
enmmer of comrorr, O. anfiVrlnj? worn .-n, for
your own takes and for iln takes or thoec about
you, nae these eimp'.e means and be hca'e l. 1 be
only remedy effective in nervous and general
prostration, "rc-mile weakness," pe:i Klicnl pains,
ir egularitie ai:d k n tired ailments that it can
be guaranteed or sold on trial.
"As oH an
the hills" anj
c 1. " Trie.1
is the verdict
o f millions.
lator is tho
can pin your
faith for a
tive, a n
on tl:o Liver
Sold by" all
Druggi?,J.3 in Liquid, or in IWder
to be taken dry or made into a tea.
Tho Kin of tLIvr r.teilir inea.
"1 have used yourSlrnmims I.ivcr Ylrgrh
Intoruuii eari -iu).t.!M'iiitis!v t:t- it i i;io
kie.K of nil livir tiu'inci-ii's. 1 i-v l.ii r it a
Tmslii'tno rhft hi itl: ti!:o. ,. jACIi
8os, Turoma, Washhvum.
4STEVERY F.'.CK.a. GE'tS
Baa the Z Stamp in red on rrrrr-nrr
Wholesale Dealer and Importer of
Wines end Liquor
1616 and 1618 Third Ave
(Successor to H. WIXDT.)
Merchant -:- Tailor,
119 EiAlitWBth Strwr.
MFit and Workmanship Guar
anteed the Beet
C eaniajr and Repairing Pona.
We are now at 1610
KOHN & ABLER
John Voile cSc Co.
Sash. Doors, Blinds, Sidicg, Flooring
And all kinds o ood work for tmlldara.
SlEhientb St. 1 at. Third and Fourth accrues,
v. i ?s
rsr-i iSfr.Mi taiirt
On Tap everywhere.
Only Union labor employed.
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 on Mo
line avenue by Telephone.
Ladies that do their own housework
or cultivate flowers will find our
Just the thins, as they not only protect the
hands, hut keep them soft aud white. Try
IN DRESS SI 1 1 ELDS wc offer great bar-
trains. The (iood vcirs Seamless Stockinet
arc impervious, "ami can l r
cleaned. Also the rnhber lined Zei.hvr and
Silk Shields in stock.
arc headquarters for Gar.lcn Hose. Keels. Sprinklers, Mackin-
"""'"I jui jiiiiiuii viuiuiu, ntiii:i:ii supplies and
Iiubher Goods of all kinds.
WILSOX, IIAIGIIT & CO.,
207 Brady Street, Davenport.
See our spring
And summer Suits.
J. B. ZIMMER-
' K3lmc 111
Manulacturers oi FARM,S?RIKG AKD FREIGRT WGOSS
W complct. line of Platform ,m6 oreer Bprinc . e'lwciaP.
vi-ucauon. be U.c MOLiJii H Auua bvtore
T. F. I'.UKKE,
Steam and Gas Fitters.
Rock island Heating
and Plumbing Co.
Hot Water Heating
119-121 E. 17th St.
Uock Island, 111. Tel. Xo. 1288
role Agenta for the Form at!.
SElVHaa k ANDEE30N,
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
AU Kinds ot Carpenter Work Done.
tabbing AoMMalMrtaotlMaBiMharaeaaa c jIT.
Call for Rock Island
lirewins Co. ISeer.
Our purpose in advertising js to let everybody
who buys clothing that is all mankind here
about know that our suitings are in, and the
finest ever displayed in the city. You are
respectfully invited to call and see the latest
in patterns and styles.
Call and leave your order.
Star Block, opposite Harper house.
LUX EST WAUNEK,
Sec. aud Treas.
7X1 TwslfU SItmC KUCE