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THE Alt GUS, TUESDAY, MY 6, 1902.
ARE NOW IN.
LET US SHOW THEM
George F. Schmale, Prop.
r-Tt is-.,-." ' 1V " :r.--V
THE BEST ADVERTISED,
THE MOST PATRONIZED,
THE LEAST CRITICISED
In the three l itits is the NEW PANITORIUM CLUB. Of course you al
ways want the Iesl work dune, and that is what we always aim to give our
We pn-ss and keep your clothes in good condition and shine
your ishors every day for $1 per month.
(. O. 1). steam cleaning and dye work in connection with our
Cleaning and dyeing of clothing, curtains, blankets, furs, dress
goods, carjets, etc.
Suits .-team cleaned $ 1.50.
Curtains and porticrs cleaned and dyed $ 1.50 to 2.50.
NEW PANITORIUM CLUB.
Tel. 1G45. Ed Dubinsky. Prop.
ltMi'J Second Avenue. Opposite Sjeiicer Square
Goods called for and delivered to any part of the city.
THE TRAVELERS' GCIDB.
CHICAGO. RjCK ISLAND
A Pacific hsllwsy Tickets
can be purchased at Clif
T'Cket ofSce. 1813 Second ave
nue. or C , R. L A. P. depot
corner Fifth avsoue and Tnlr-
tj-flfth street. Frank II- Plumaaer, agent.
I tuter Limited a Umb. . t S:4-- am if kn
rt. Worth. Denver & K C t 4:: mat tlO:FJ pm
M-nneapolls..... 6:50 am 9:10 pm
Omaha & Den Moines , 8:00 am 11:20 ym
JOmaba & Minneapolis.... ,tl2:0f am 8:00 am
Omaha St Lincoln x 7:55 am til pm
Dri Moines & Omaha '11:55 pm H:35 am
Denver. Lincoln & Omaha. 2:40 am t 8:00 am
Des Moines Express 118:15 pm 82 am
St. Paul & Jcicnespolls 2:40 m 9 1ft pm
Denver. Fs. Worth & K O 6:3 a t 10-30 pm
tKaosaaClty.StJoe&Calif. 'llrW pm :?0 am
IKocK Island Washington 11:50 m t 8:25 pm
Chicago & Dea Moires t 2:15 pm 3-.20 pm
Rock Island St Brooklyn AC :3S pm t 7:40 am
Omha St Kock Island.... 5:i5 pm t!0:35 am
tChica& Davenport $ 7:00 pm
Kl laso& San Francisco.. 6:C0 pm 12:25 pm
Arr.val. renarture. iDally, except bun
day. JDally, excep Saturday. All other
daily. 1 elc phone 103 and 1423.
CHICAGO. BURLINGTON &
Q-jincy C, B. A Q Rail
wayDepot Second avetue
and Twentieth street.
m j. yucnu. Keot.
FRANK A. HART. Pa. Agt.
LIAVR j 4BHIVI
s6.!0amj 4:3o am
6i0 an , 16:35 an
"255 pm I2:I1 pm
s7.2 pm 7 I0 pm
7:2i pm 7:'0 pm
16.4) am 4:20 pm
! s7 40 pm 8 2$ am
7 fO am :0o rm
sIM an pm
I'eona. Beardstown, Bur
lington, Denver and
St. Louis, Kansas City.
Denver and Pacific
Sterling and points in
termediate East Moline (suburban)..
Dubuque. Clinton. La
Crops', Ft Paul, Minn
and N. W
Clinton. Dubuque, ana
Clinton and Intermedia. e
h fctop at I oeU Island a minutes for mea'
Dally D!iv except buiiuay.
BOCK ISLAND ft FEORJA
Railway. Depot First aenue
and Twenttetn street. M. A
f rflQIIIv l'atterson, general pavsenger
" agent. Pasnenger trains leave
jkovxx o. r i & p
L.I-j: drpottcn (1
than time t
P. (Moline avenue)
(10) minutes earlier
. L, Gorr, Agent.
IMtrla. hprirgneld. St. L.,
8:03 am 10 20 pm
Peoria, fc-piinrtteld. Indian
Ington. bt Louis
Peoria. Indianapolis. Cin
Cable ft berrard Accom.
Cable A Pbrrard Accom.
7: jo pm
f is am,
Trains marked are dally,
All others eally
ft St. Paul Railway. D ,
R. I. ft N. W. passenger ita
tlm at foot of seventeenth
street. George W. Wtod,
agent. Tbe trains for Du
buque and points north nil
via Illinois side of river.
Trains for Freeport a d Milwaukee will run
via Davenport. Clinton and Savanna.
all trains will connect at bavannafor points
cast and west.
TRAINS H1V ARRIVS
Dubuque and St. Paul Pas
senger 7 ro am 11:40 am
Aeoommodatlon 10:15 am 11:15 am
Dubuque and bt Paul Pas
senger 4:00 pm 015 pm
Milwaukee Express 7:00 am 9:15 pm
Freeport Express..... 4:15 pm 11:40 am
All trains-dally sxoep Sunday
The fftiest of
We have a full line of the
finest and choicest wines
made and invite you to call
and inspect our stock. Our
Goods are Guaranteed Pure"
For a. limited time only we
will give a choice bottle of
wine free with each dollar
RETAIL LIQUOR STORE
Corner Seventeenth street and Third
CARNIVAL CITY PACKET CO. For Mum
catine. New Boston. Keithsburg.Otiuaw'
ka ami Burlington
The steamer HELEN BLAIR
Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 4
The steamer V. J. YOUNG
Everv Tnesdav, Thursday and Saturday at
11:30 a. m.
Arriving in Burlington at 8:15 p. m.
Parties can go to Muscatine on the Helen
Blair at 4 p. in. Monday, Wednesday andPri
dav and return on the W.J. Young at 11:30
p. in., same day
ACME PACKET CO. Daily line to Clinton
and all oints between.
Steamer CITY OF WINONA
Every afternoon at 3:15.
GEO. LAMONT. Agent.
Pay Rent or Q
Home Co-Operative Co.,
OF KANSAS CITY, MO.,
Will furnish you the money to pay off
your mortgage or buy a home in any
locality, and give you 16 years and 8
months to pay it back at the rate of
$5 35 PEE MONTH WITHOUT
In case of death or total disability a
clear deed will be given. Strictest in
. Organized May 17, 1901. Over $7,
000,000 business done. We are now
on rating in 20 different states. AH
officers handling money are bonded
in the U. S. Fidelity and Guaranty
Co. Plans and procedure copyright
ed. There are imitators springing
up who arc infringing. Don't be mis
led. Branch Office: Math Itnlldlnr. over 1716
Second Avenue. Kock Island. 111.
Office hours 8 a. m. to 8 p. m. Sun
days, 2 p. m. to 6 p. m.
W. A. BRIGGS, Manager.
Estate of John Srhttltz, deceased.
Toe undersigned saving oeao appoint ad.
mlnlstrator of the- estate of Jobn Sehultz,
late of tbe county of Rook Ialsnd, state oi
Illinois, deceased, hereby gives not'oe that bt
will appear before tbe eounty oourt of Roes
sisnd oouaty, at tbe eounty eourt room. Id
tbe oity of Rock Island, at tbe May term,
on tbe first Monday In May next, at whlob
time all persons having el aims against said
estate are notified and requested to attend
for tbe purpose ft bavine tbe same adjusted
11 rrMo iPdeHied to said estate are re
nueited to make immediate payment to tbe
Dated this zixt day of March. A. IX 1002.
Carl, Witt, Administrator. .
Is m Aatlsesiic Healing Pcwitr
Heslt Cuts. Wound. Burns
without a scar. 25 cents.
rid Beslds f '
City Council Room, Hock Island, May
3. The Council met in regular semi
monthly cession at 8 p. m., il4yor Knox
prcs'ding and all the aldermen present,
llie minutes of the la.st re-ular meeting
were read and approved.
The clerk read the monthly reports of
the various city ollicers, which on motion
of Alderman Andrews wre received and
placed on file. -
Alderman Anderson from the finance
committee, presented an ordinance which
was considered and adopted by unanim
ous vote, allowing billa out of the vari
ous funds as follows:
LABOR PAY ROLL
T. Harper 7 50 9 00 9 00 8 43
II Stocum 7 60 9 00 8 75
W O'Brien 750 900 900 8 45
J Anthony 7 60 9 00 9 00 9 00
K A Brasher S P0 8 25 10 50 8 S3
It Buncber 3 75 2 23 00 6 20
P. McQuire 3 73 4 90 6 T3 3 00
0 Rooks 10 00 4 00 14 00
J Lorenz 5 CO 9 00
S Lynch . 1 50 I 50
Sam Knox 8 75 6 00
A Stees 3 00
J Shelly - 2 00 14 00
J Nelson 3 50
Wm Boll 4 60
II Utke b 50 9 00 5 25
II Dciscnroth 9 00 5 23
It Mi-Quado 6 00 3 00
John Haley 3 00
M Tender 7 90 3 45
Jas Slater 9 00 2 23
J Thorn pison 7 50
Harry Moore 3 00
W Murrln 7 60 5 73
J McCarroll 7 50 1 7a
M Long 40
Geo McCarroll 7 50 1 50
M. Brccn 6 00 2 23
Chas Olson 1 50
Wm Sebrlns 7 SO
Jas Marshall 7 50
P Couwell 4 50
Jno Gulnty 6 00 6 93
P McQuaide 4 50 1 70
II Smith 4 50 3 00
; Shean 4 50 3 00
Jos Kane 3 00 1 60
Simon Dexter 3 eo I 00
F Gest 1 00 7 00
John Huutoon 18 00 7 90
John Grimes 15 00 7 90
Wm McDonald 13 00
B Thompson 15 00 7 50
Fred Bruhn 15 00
II Scbmacht 18 00
Tuos Fox 12 00 9 00
James Fox 15 no 7 90
C Ewert 6 00
Wm Shoves 6 J0
John McDonald 9 00 3 00
Fred Donaway , 00 7 60
Wm O'Brien 7 50
Jaeob Anthony s 25
3 Knox 1 50
II Itkc 1 50
W Ferris 3 73
A Brady 3 00
Wm llarson , ... 3 75
John Hsley 6 43
J Armstrong 3 95
James Marshall r 7 70
Frank Johnson 3 75
P Conwell 93
W II Loerkk 3 00
W Doyle 15"
S Lukcnbichl 1 50
P llarson 3 73
1 Bamhouse ' 10 50
F Bruhn 7 60
Wra Shoves 6 00
Wm McDonald ' 4 50
M McDonald 4 50
John Shelly 14 00
Wm Kbcrhart 10 00
Geo McGee 2 00
J Matson 9 00
Labor pay roll .. 10 00 A Bradford II 16
libor pay roll 31 65 Stearns & Co. .. 2u 00
l-abor pay roll.. 28 00 A J Kleas 13 00
Labor pay lolt ..:I8S0C Ullemeyer .... IS Ot.
Jos DeSilva .... 50 OOCarh A Co 17 5"
F Yerbury 75 00 Mrs A Tegcler... k 00
E Osterman .. 60 00 V Dauber- 00
Aug Vincent 60 on T 11 Thomas .. 2 73
J E Asay 50 00 Frank All 3 4
H C Schaffer .. 42 70N P F Nslson.. 3 00
Wm Klackau .. 31 40 Mnccker- T.. 2 OS
Weycrhaeurer&D 26 SI Kahlke Bros .... 60
22nd STREET IMPROVEMENT lOtb. to lStl
Labor pay roll 3 21
1st WARD SIDEWALK.
Labor pay roll .. 3 65
7th WARD SIDEWALK.
Labor pay roll. . 33 61 R I Lbr Co.... 17 70
Ijibor pay roll.. 45 00 Cbannon P t Co 3 CO
Labor pay roll .. 6 50 David pou 2 60
N Y BeU& P Co 130 00 l I Iron Works 1 80
Ward & McM. . 28 00
Labor pay roll. .410 80 Davis Co. ....... 9 70
Labor pay roll 23S 55 Wm Klockhau '.. 4 65
rbas iluasn .... 35 00 Frank 111 3 65
Rock ford Tack It 1 Plow Co.... 3 50
i. Nail Co ... 10 50
6th WARD SIDEWALK.
Sweeney &. W... 16 50
. BRIDGE ACCOUNT.
C J Larkiu 321 71 J F Robinson ....12 50
Jno Williams .. 45 00 Frank 111 7 00
Fmil Peterson .116 88 II N Stone tc Co 20 00
Manor Car wks. 73 00 C U Tel Co 12 00
John II Long .. 75 00J K Scott 10 60
Allen, M Sc Co.. 33 85
21 STREET PROP ERTY HOLDERS.
Union Pig Co 23 23 It I Argus 8 23
P L Mltcbeli est 175 00 ACCOUNT.
Mrs M Jurdan .. 8 00 R I Arus 66 85
Fllilfinger .... 1 35 Union Ptg Co. . 61 50
F W Means 1 25 V J Pelers 8 80
SPENCER SQUARE ACCOUNT.
R Crsmpton Park Commissioner .... 254 48
GAP.NSEY SQUARE ACCOUNT.
Wm Sebnert. Park Commissioner .... 36 25
Peoples Power Co 1,294 31
B F Knox 200 00 F O Gall 42 00
II C Hchaffer ..2'iomwm Hsuse .... 42 00
John K Scott .. 6 64 Wm Kennedy .. 42 00
W J Gamble .... 6 64 A J D Moellcr 42 00
W Trelchler .... 66 81 F E Robblns .. 42 00
W II Gest Jr.... 8 33 McC Snydar 42 00
H C Schaffer A F Soderstrora 42 00
Clerk hire , ..120 CO Frank Weatbay 43 00
G Anderson .. 42 00 Ceorgs White i. 42 00
V A Andrews .. 42 00 Wm Wllkens 42 00
I, v Eckbsrt .. 42 00Chas E Willis ..12 00
J D Warnock ..I2 00O R Slainra .... 6 00
G A Peterson... 12 00 Henry Borcll ..6 00
C J Weinberger 12 00 II M Johnson ..6 00
V Nold 12 00 Jas Aherr. 6 00
C E Klllmer .. 12 OOThos W Byrnes. 6 0S
John Kolloff ... 6 00W B Pettlt .... 00
W J Gahagen .. 6 00 Jos Charles .... 6 00
O A Colander .. 12 00 Geo Barker 06
3 P Sexton .... 12 00 L E Requa IN
B F DeGcar .. 12 00L Ohlweiler .... 00
L V Eckhart .. 13 00J Sohlemmer ... 600
W Nichols .... 12 00 Wallace Souders '6 06
Carl Naab 6 00 Wm Johnson ... 6 00
G C Huntley .... '6 00 Albert Bleuer .. 6 00
G W Henry .... 8 00 Fred A Smith .. 6 00
Wm Ramskill .. 12 00 W C Horst .... S 00
If F Lamp .... 12 O0J H LIMtke . t 00
p j Lee ... 6 00PF Trenkeoschub 00
E F Ilellpenntell IS 00 L P Siemmel .. SO'
Geo Stroehle .... 12 M J II v Free . 6 00
F II Schroeder JX 00 M II Svhllllngor 6 00
L Gulden soph ,12 00 Wm M Walker... 6 00
K II Bowman .. 12 O0L A'Larklu .... 6 (Kl
J 11 Lldders .... 12 00 Geo Griffin 6 00
Is C Pfoh 00J Moras Jr ... a 00
J R Burkhart . . 12 00 C H Glaus 1 OQ
Chas Exner- .... 12 00 J Brsnd.myer . iv
Arthur Jodbon 00 A C Peterson .. 6 on
Chas Fieblg ... 12 00 John Pelarson .. 6 00
r W Wiesler ... IMP H Brln 6 00
Ben Bleuer .... 12 tWm flesls ...... 6 00
L C Cash 0 Johnson ' 6 00
C B Knox .... 12 00 W Belswinger .10 00
R Kuscbmaa .. 12 00 A lien Pratt j..,- 10 00
J N Huntoon ... 12 00 August Kruse .. 10 00
A F Hill 12 00JSS Burrls ...... 10 00
J R Johnston ... 12 00 L Guldensoph .. 10 00
H E Noftakor .. 12 00 Henry Rinck ..10 00
A J Rises 11 00 Meier at Behring 10 00
J R Warner ... 12 00Frick Kauta 10 00
L II Frink ...... 12 MM Levy 10 00
J W Snltzer .... 12 00 Geo L Schmid ..10 00
B F Baughmaa 13 04 Wm Kennedy ..10 00
A A Allen 12 00 Kate Zlegler ...MM
11 Doerring 12 00 W A Martindale 10 00
Fred Hancke ... 12 00J C Buckley ..10 00
Geo E Scott .... 12 OOUnlon Ptg Co. .332 07
F M Slnnett 00 K I Argus 271 12
Wm Robb 12 00 V J Peters. .. .223 80
J E Larkln 12 00 III Ptg Co 80 00
A E Nelson 6 0011 C Wehllug .. 57 00
J R Brooks ... 12 00 K Crampton ...10 95
A II Shofer 12 00 Ind Times P Co 4 25
Frank Nelson . . 6 00 Heidemann & S 2 43
Jas Darnell 81 21 Goldsmith MK 36 88
B J McCabe .... 64 iSG A Johnson... 30 45
Andrew Etzcl ..6125T P La din 25 00
Henry Thods .. 66 25 A C Benson ... 17 50
Jobn Schmid ...6 2511 tc Loewe .... 7 50
D McCarty .... 66 25 Smith & Hausc 6 00
Chas Moody .... 66 23 St. L El. Sup Co 4 63
Herman Sebnert 66 23 Mrs M J Phillips 3 80
Sidney Pearson 66 Phil Webtn- ... 3 50
J W Bowes .... 56 2". Ben Rlnck 2 23
G A Bergsten .. 56 25 Wm Klockau ... 2 03
Jas Brlnn 66 25 1 F Dindinger .. -2 00
Geo Pahl F6 28 F Hilnnger 1 16
A Carlson 66 25 R I Fuel Co.... 125
E P Kell 56 23 F W Means ... 1 23
Wm Ferkel.... 66 25 Cbannon P Sc. Co 1 00
0 Swanson .... 2 00
FIRE DEPARTMENT NO. 1.
Chas Hastings .. 71 66 Fire Ex Mfg Co 18 00
Peter Frey 63 33 T II Thomas... lfi 55
Geo Newberry .. 6 C0E G Fraxer .... 5 50
A McDonald .... 65 00 Geo White 5 00
Ernest Rlts .... 60 0b lohn Gibson 5 On
J Sullivan .... 60 00mlth & llauxe 4 00
Luther Anderson 50 00 Mrs M Egan .. 3 OS
Homer Wirt .. 50 00 1 Volk & Co.... 2 30
Wm Ryerson . . 50 00 Frank 111 2 30
j H filuhr 41 60 Kramer & Co... 1 53
J R Darnell ... 35 43W B Graves 145
K C Benson 25 00
V Delserroth .... 69 24 John Itungc 2? 01
Chas Schroeder . 56 COM Corcoran .... 4 50
George Hoist ..50 OOF Hilnnger 50
Wm Krueger .. 27 P9
J Mulcahy 59 14 Jos Schroeder .. 2 40
Wm Long 55 0) Mary Mitchell .. 132
H Herman 65 00 E E Lamp .... 1 00
1 hil Weber 2 50 J T Shields 50
Reservoir Const. Acct.
Labor pay roll.. 71 00 I-abor pay roll.. 73 10
Ibor pay roll. . '2 30 Dav Fdry &
Labor pay roll.. 26 40 Math Co H 60
P T Banoro:t . .100 00 Crandell P Co.. 10 12
W Wise ....... 72 rOWarnock & R. . 7 3S
ft S Purling .... ?5 00Chlcago B C Co 5 70
W Sprague 15 00 Wm Klockau .. 3 10
Jaa Farrell .... 55 00 1- S Wllchi r .. 5 05
Xi Fleming 50 CO S R Wright 4 50
G Nichols 50 00 Smith & Hause 3 00
P T Bancroft ... 25 00J F Dlndlngnr .. 2 00
C V Mm Co 340 91 Matchless P Co 1 40
J W Stewart .. 73 It I Iron works 1 35
i" W Moans . . 1 0i
I-abor pay roll. .75 35 Gen Chem. Co. ..312 02
Labor pay roll. . 72 65 E O Frazer 6 20
H II Harris .. 60 00F W Means ... 1 ii
G O Wslllck .. 50 00 JW Stewsrt ... 75
II F Lamp . . 60 00
Health acct 11 55 Light acct 1.2!M 31
22d st prop, hold Salary acct ..1216 31
10 to 18 av 3 24 Election acct .1.894 62
1st ward sldewk 3 55 Police acct 1.0S7 04
7th ward sldewk 57 31 Fire dept 1 M2 35
Sewer acct 27 4nFlre dept 2 219 lfi
Street acct 716 S3 Fire dept 3 176 8S
6th ward sldewk 1 50
Bridge acct 30H 21 $9,714 09
Contingent 3H 23 Renervoir Con. 144 10
21st st prop hoi 31 50 Waterworks ex 971 44
Office acct 185 60 Reservoir ex . 62S !7
Printing acct ..137 15
Spencer square.. 254 4 $11,458 60
Garnsey square 36 25
The Clerk read a bill from Dr. J. I
.Myers, $1S., for medival attendance upon
smallpox patients, which on motion of
Alderman Anderson was referred to the
i-e Clerk read petitions from Ward &
MeMahon and K. K. Ijunp, for jwrmis-
ion to fonneet with sewers, respectively
ou roily-third street, between Sixth and
Seventh avenue, and on Seventeenth
tLrcet, between .Ninth and IVnth ave-
niii-s, which on motion of Alderman An
drews were referred to the sewer com
mittee of the new Council.
The Clerk read a petition from the
Kock Island Fuel Co. for permission to
erect a frame oliice building at Twenty-
third street and Third aveuue. Re
ferred to the fire and lii;lt committee of
the new Council, to report at the next
The Clerk read a petition from the
People's Power Co., for itermisMon to
open paved streets. Petition granted on
motion of Alderman Kennedy.
The Clerk read a communication from
the Uock Island Club eoneerninji the im
provement of Lon: view Park. Referred
to the park committee of the new Coun
cil, on motion of Alderman (all.
Alderman Anderson, from the finance
committee, reported that the $23,000 of
Waterworks bonds, issued for the pur
pose of redeeming $23,000 worth of like,
bonds issued Feb. 1, 1SS2, and maturing
Feb. 1, 1!K12, have all been sold to local
parties, and that the matured bonds are
on lile iu the City Clerk's oll'ice, and are
properly cancelled. Keport adopted.
A petition of the Central Union Tel
ephone Co. for permission to erect Mles
was referred to the chairman of the
street and alley committee.
The Clerk read the annual reports of
PoPee Magistrate (!. A. Johnson, City
Collector V. H. Ferguson, Superintendent
of Waterworks P. T. lUncroft, Chief C.
J. 'Hastings, of the Fire Dcimrliiicnt.
Marshal .lames Darnell. Plumbing In
pcetor Frank L. Yerbury. and a state
ment from F. I'i Welch, accountant, cer
tifying to the correctness of the City
Clerk's Yeiort, and the Health Commis
sioner presented 'his report.
Alderman Kennedy moved that the
eall.h Commissioner's rcHrt be re
ferred to the Waterworks and Health
Committees of the new Council. Car
.-tlderman Soderstrom from the fire
ind light committee, reported favorably
on the petition of H. T. Siemon. for per
mission to erect a frame 'building, cov
er! with corrugated iron. Report
adopted on motion of Alderman An
drews. Alderman Anderson from the sewer
committing reported the granting of per
mission to various petitioners to connect
with sewers. Report adopted.
Alderman Call moved, that the retir
ing members of the Council le given a
rising vote of thanks. Carried.
. ' Alderm.tn Anderson moved that the
present Council now adjourn bine die.
Mavor Knox called the, new Council to
I order, and the roll being called all mem
ber were present as follows:
First Ward Westbay, Bkchlinger. .
Second Ward rkkhart, Naab. ..
Third Ward Hause, Uirkel.
Fourth Ward Willis McCaakrin. "
Fifth Ward White, Trefz.
Sixth Ward Cijll, Kennedy.
Seventh Ward Soderstroin, Anderson.
Mayor Knox presented his annual
The Clerk read a ja-tition from
property holders for the - beginning of
condemnation proceedings for an alley in
block 32, Chicago or Lower addition.
Alderman Anderson moved that the
petition be referred to the Mayor, City
Attorney and street and alley commit
tee, to report at the next meeting. Car
ried. The Mayor announced the following
standing committees for the ensuing
P.ridges White, lllochlinger, Rirkel.
Claims Kennedy, Soderstrom, Trefz.
Finance Anderson, Willis, Kennedy.
Fire and Light Soderstrom, Call, Me-
Ca skr in.
Health and Police Willis, Hause, Eck
License and Markets Gall, Naab,
Ordinance Eckhart, Jr., (Jail, McCas-
Parks McCaskrin. Piikcl, Trefz.
Sewers Hause, (Sail. lSlochliugei.
Streets, Alleys and Ground West-
bay, (Jail, Hause, Willis, While, Eckhart.
Printing Trefz. ISirkel, Pdochli tiger.
Waterworks Anderson, Eckhart, Jr.,
Alderman Anderson olTered a resolu
tion instructing the license and market
committee to investigate the use which
the Empire Coal Co. is leaking of the
section of Seventeenth street at the le
vee, assigned to it by ordinance parsed
in 1!00, and to report its recommenda
tions at the next meeting. Adopted.
Adjourned on motion of Alderman
Willis. H. C. Schaffer.
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re
ward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props.,
We the undersigned, have known F.
J. Cheney for tbe last 13 years, and
believe him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions and financially
able to carry out any obligations
made by their tirin.
West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists,
Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, Whole
sale Druggists. Toledo, Ohio.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken intern
ally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Price, 73c per lint tie. Scdd by all
druggists. Testimonials free.'
Hall's Family Tills arc the best.
I.Ike a Drowning Man.
'"Five vears ago a disease the doc
tors called dyspepsia took such bold
of me that 1 could scarcely go,"
writes Geo. S. Marsh, well known at
torney of Nocona, Tex. "1 took quan
tities of pepsin and other medicines
but nothing helped me. As a drown
ing man grabs at u straw I grabbed
at Kodol. I felt an improvement at
once and after a few bottles am sound
and well." Kodol is the only pre
paration which exactly reproduces
the natural digestive juices and con
sequently is the only one which di
gests any good food and cures any
form of stomach trouble. All drug
She's a radient, witching, wondrous
.rem, that beautiful, blushing wife of
mine. She is an angel on earth, so
vou can be. only take Rocky Moun
tain Tea. T. H. Thomas' pharmacy.
Health for 10 Cents.
A lively liver, pure blood, clean
skin, bright eyes, perfect health
Cascarets Candy Cathartic will ob
tain and secure them for you. Genu
ine tablets stamped C. C. C. Never
sold in bulk. All drusnnsts, ioc.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST A pockethoolc containing key. hand-
aercniei ana wc. ociwrcn jiiiiiuis mc-iirc
and Ninth avenue and Ninth street. Find
er please leave at Argus ofllce.
FOR HKNT KAKMS,
FOR SALE Seven acres of ground with
small house and earn in -outn Heights.
For particulars call at No 909Seventenenth
ANSWERS TO WANT ADS.
ANSWKRS to the following are at this office:
F 10;" "D 2;" "It 31," 3: "lJ SI,"; 1 17' .
MU8INESS OrPORTlT ITV.
FOR SALK Hotel, restaurant, laundry and
other lines of business. .Eastman Co.,
17I4H Second venue.
MADAM ST. MARIK. palmist and clairvoy
ant, tells you the past, present and future
correctly. Tells you everything pertain
ing to business, marriage, divorce, love
affairs, sickness, death, accidents and
everthing of interest. One call will prove
her wonderful accuracy. Ofllce hours from
1 to 10 p. m. 7ua Fourth avenue.
MONET TO LOAN.
MONEY TO LOAN on real estate security at
lowest rates. Marlon K. Sweeney, attor
ney, rooms .13-a.s. Mitchell & Lynde build
ing. Rock Island.
MONEY TO LOAN In an v amount, on any
kind of security. Also choice property for
sale or rent. W. L. Coyne, 830 Seventeenth
street, up stairs.
MONEY to loan at 6 per cent interest on
pernal projerty. No publicity or re
moval. Eastman.' Mitchell & Lyndc build
ing, under Savings bank.
WANTED To loan money on diamonds,
watches, -Jewelry, hardware, musical in
struments, bicycles, clothing, dry goods,
furniture, elc. Highest cash prices paid
for second hand goods of all kinds also.
The above roods for sale at half the usual
store prices. All business transactions
strictly confidential. His.pew number and
location, 1023 Second avenue. Don't forget
If Jones' second-band store. Two rings
on 1M7. - ; :?i'J
Oxfords for Summer
Oxford Ties For Men were exceedingly popular
. last summer and this season will more than ever
demonstrate their popularity.
Here Are three very exclusive styles at popular
Men's vici kid welt oxford, close edge.
B, C, D widths, all sizes
Men's vici kid Blucher, straight last,
rake stitch, A, B, C widths, all sizes
Men's patent colt oxford, genuine seal
narrow freak, A, li, C widths, all
Opposite Harper House, Kock Island, Illinois.
WANTED MALE HELP.
WANTED-Bell boya at the Harper.
WANTED-Some good bell boys at the Har
WANTED Four bovs at the Rock Island
Sash and Door works.
WANTED-Five or six good carpenters.
Apply to a. J. weniing. 1U2 tievenin ave
nue. WANTED A Dright boy between the ages
ot 10 ana is years oi age. Appiy ai aiuiuu
WANTED A Tew pood bench moulders.
wora an mc vcar lur uuu hicaujf uit,
men, SattleyIfg. Co., Decatur, 111.
WANTED A good, reliable oi) salesman, on
commission or salary. Aaaress iuaaer
Oil and Implement company, Cleveland,
WANTED A reliable man ot good address.
one who nas naa experience in selling in
vestment ' securities preferred. Address
the Indian River Commercial company,
WANTED Salesmen competent to sell a
money making specialty to tne grocery
and general store trade. Address Stand
ard Manufacturing company, Decatur,
111. None but hrsi-class men who can give
bond need apply.
WANTED -'25 Fraternal Insurance Solicitors
for Illinois territory for a young modern
ui-to-d,'ite order: best contract ever offer
ed. Address or apply to Chas. R. Mct.'ord,
district deputy, 15H Third avenue, Moliue,
WANTED Men tor salesmen. -Local or
traveling. We employ on uotn salary anu
commission. Straight, honorable business
that will yield good income. Our salesmen
make from HO a month up and expenses.
For particulars write. The R. G. Chase Co..
tieneva. N. Y.
WANTED Men to learn barber trade, only
eight weeks required. Special Induce
ment until May lfth, jxisitions guaran
teed, wages Saturdavs. Scholarship, board
and tools to applicants from distance.
Catalogue mailed free, Moler Barber col
lege, Chicago, 111.
WANTED-A capable man with experience
as solicitor to act as local manager tor a
successful and rapidly growing Institution.
To the right man we can offer permanent
jKJsition with good chances for promotion.
Will have to leave city. Must furnish ref
ereoce and bond. Address "M 18," care ot
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
WANTED Two girls at Wright's restaur
ant. 1P23 Second avenue.
WANTED -Girl for light housework.
at 909 ntteentn street.
WANTED Girl for general housework at
lfciu Second avenue, up stairs.
WANTED A competent girl for general
housework. Inquire at f-21 Nineteenth
WANTED A middle-aged woman for house
work, or competent gin, at ih iwenty
WANTED A competent girl to assist In
housework and take care ot baby at 817
WANTED A first class girl for general
housework. Best wages. Apply at .o. siii
WANTED -Competent girl for general house
work In a familv of four adults. Apply
No. -SO Fifth-and-a-half avenue.
WANTED A position as bookkeeper or gen
eral omce wor Dy young iao.. Aauress
"G 31, Argus.
WANTED Dressmaking to do at home. Sat
isfaction guaranteeu. can at iviio r inn
WANTED TO RENT.
WANTED Board and room by couple with
two children aged three and six years.
Address with price "P. 19" care of Argus.
WANTED To rent a modern house of six
or seven rooms between evenieenin ano
Twenty-third streets north of Tenth ave
nue. Address - O. is." Argus.
WANTED Stark nursery pavs cash weekly
If you sell stars trees. Louisiana, wo.:
WANTED- You ae man or lady to represent
The Parmelee Home Denverv Liorarv in
Rock Island and also surrounding cities.
Apply after 5 p. m at 310 Twentieth street.
WANTED An established wholesale house,
recentlv Incorporated, extending business,
desires'to engage competent manager tor
branch house, iialary 100 per month, ex-
penses and commission. Must Invest f l.OiiO
in capital stoca ot company, on wnicn uivi
dend of 6 per cent will lie guaranteed, and
luruish satisfactory references. Address,
' Secretary, box 440 Kansas City, Mo.
PASTURE Good pasture lor horses and
cattle. Inquire at 1J08 Twelfth street.
IF YOIT WISH your money to earn a higher
rateot interest man is paia oy savings
banks, call on Marion E. Sweeney, attor
nev. rooms 33-85, Mitchell & Lynde building,
J. P. WILLIAMSON buys, sells and ex
changes ail ainas oi second nana goous.
will pav more than any other dealer and
sells cheaper. All kinds of stove repairing
and cleaning done also. J. P. Williamson,
IMS Second avenue. Telephone 48(4.
IF YOU WANT to buy, sell, trade or rent
anything, engage helpor secure a situation
tbe Mail is tbe one paper In Moline that can
do it for you. Mail wants are popular and
Mail wants bring results. One-halt cent
per word is the price to all alike, cash in
advance. 2 -cent stamps will do. Evening
and Sunday Mail, Moline, 111.
DO YOU WANT AGENTS? Many years'ex
perience places us In a position to give you
valuable information along lines that will
assure you success. Ask lor free letters
of information and bulletin of daily papers
that pav. We also start responsible par
ties In the mail order and agency supply
business. Lord St Carver. Racine, Wis.
MANAGER WANTED Office manager to
sell, collect and advertise in everv county
seat in Missouri. Illinois. Indiana. Ken
tucky, Arkansas and Texas: salary
monthly, commission ana expenses extra:
yearlv contract: permanently located at
one town: no traveling: no canvassing; tSi
casn secuntv requirea: single man pre
ferred: uersonal Interview desired: if yon
want our proposition bv mail Inclose In
cents to cover expenses, postage stamps or
coin. Missouri aieaicai ana unemicu com
pany, 611 North Garrison avenue, bt. Louis,
top, the new
FOR KENT ROOMS.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
uuusccvpiUK di itusj v-wiu Avenue,
FOR RENT Furnished rooms with all mod
ern conveniences at 1714 Fifth avenue.
FOR RENT Five unfurnished rooms at 2tl&
Fifth-and-a-half avenue. Inquireon prem
ises. FOR RENT A furnished front room suita
ble for two young men, with bath. Inquire
at 2Kt3 Sixth avenue.
FOR RENT Two lurnished rooms with all
modern conveniences: also tirst-class table
board, at 12-J9 Second avenue. Phone I3yy.
FOR KENT One furnished room suitable
for one person, with privilege of doing
light housekeeping. City water in room.
App'y at 527 Twentieth street.
FOR KENT HOUSES.
FOR RENT A five-room house with two
cisterns and a barn at 3200 Tenth avenue.
FOR RENT A house of six rooms in Milan
witU large garden sjiot and small lruit.
Inquire of Clark H. Smith, Milan.
FOR KENT Six room house, citv water.
Twenty-third street. 12. Also 923 Kour-teenth-and-a-halt
street, eight rornis. bun
and laundry, i20. Apply to Goldsmith &
FOR RENT- Cheap. Oue acre of ground on
Seventeenth street one block south of
Eighteenth avenue, plann-il in cherries
and berries, with a house ot seven rooms
heated by furnace: also good well, cistern,
barn for horses, and a fine brick chicken
house. For further particulars inquire ol
D. R. McParlane. Iui!i Second avenue.
FOR SALK PROPERTY.
FOR SALE Four-and-onethird acres ot
land for sale in South Heights at a bargain.
FOR SALE -A five room cottage with mod
ern improvementsat loio Filtcenth street.
Inquire on premises.
FOR SALE Iowa farms at 4 per acre cash
balance one-half crop till paid. John Hu!
hall. Sioux City, Iowa.
P()R SALE Two storv brick house of nine
rooms on Third avenue, lot nOxlftO feet.
Price Jl.KOO. Inquire at ll!0 Third avenue.
FOR SALE A 7-room house of modern de
sign, city water, lot iix foot front with
truit shade trees, at 2717 Ninth avenue. In
quire on premises.
FOR SALE Two remaining east front lots
in the Dart Twentv-second street addition.
For terms inquire'of R S. Dart, Jackson &
Hurst s oftice. Masonic temple.
FOR SALE Nine-room cottage with city
water, furnace, bath and all modern, im-
t movements and larte improved lo -A
argain lor cash. Address -R. M." Argus,
FOR SALE A seven room, two-story frame
house, with good cellar and barn! sewer
and water connections. Lot COxl?o feet. In
quire on the premises. 4:W Forty-fourth
street, north ot Fifth avenue.
FOR SALE Harry Schreiner has just pur
chased lour acres just south of Ninth ave
nue on Fourteenth street between Elev
enth and Twelfth avenues, which he will
cut up into 20 lots in size 4uxll0 These
lots will soon be ready tor the market, and
will be sold ou easy terms, and tor cash an
allowance of a per "cent will be made. These
are excellent lots tor homes, and very de
sirable investments, making better inter
est on vour money thau the banks are pay
ing tod ay. For further information apply
to Harrv Schreiner orGoldsmith & McKee.
FOR SALE Lots in Woodins addition.
These lots are on Eleventh and Twelfth
avenues between Fifth and Seventh
streets, are 42x125 feet with 20-foot alley
and nine feet of good rich soil lying or.
limestone rock. An abundant supply of
pure water can be had at a small expense
by drilling 3d feet through the soil and
rock. Sidewalks are all shaded with Elm
trees set 20 feet apart along the curb. If
you are i Jteresfed in a cheap building lot,
the price and terms that these lots are of
fered for will suit vou. Call or address S.
J. Woodin. 922 First avenue.
FOR SALE Lots. I will sell what is re
maining ot the beautiful residence lots lo
cated ou Sixth avenue between Twentv
eighth and Thirtieth streets at 550 arid
.-0 per lot. These lots are the cheapest in
the citv. All are connected with citv wat
er and sewer and have shade trees, within
one block of Seventh avenue car line and
two blocks of red and blue lines. It is
generally conceded that the Rock Island
railwav will again occupy the ards which
thev abandoned, which w'ill have the effect
ot e'nhancing the price of these lots at least
5(1 per cent, making this an opportune time
to out the few remaining lots above de
scribed. For further information call on
K. J. Burns, room 11. Mitchell & Lynde
FR SALK MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE A new guitar, cost 1. will sell
tor t. Inquire at ?27 Twentieth street.
FOR SALE Two broken setters and one
lointer cheap at lo2U Thirty-eightn street.
FOR SALE An excellent family horse, also
phaeton oand harness at t20 Nineteenth
FOR SALE Little girl's wheel in good repair.
Will le sold cheap. Call at 1707 Secoud
FOR SALE Four-year-old marc, harness
A J.lip.r. n",,n Inr C t ' 1 1 1 nnl ff at
Ally. uv. ji 1 1 i ,..''. .v., . "j i"j -
729 Seventeenth street.
FOR SALE A square Emerson piano for
:55: also a plush couch in good condition
Inquire at H02 Forty-third street.
FOR SALK -Horse, harness and buggy
Hors Is four years old. citv broke arid
gentle: weighs about I.ikO pounds. Call "at
ISO? Fitlh-a'nd-a-half avenue.
FOR SALE Shomacker. Gold String Bald
win. Ellington. Hamilton and Valley Gem
pianos at Wallace's Music Store. 413 West
Second street, Daveujiort, Iowa.
FOR SALE A nice ieedy pacing marc,
gentle, anv ladv can drive, and rublx.r
lire runalmul. harness good as new. In
quire barber shop, northeast corner of
Twelfth street and Seventh avenue.
FOR SALE At a great bargain, household
goods, including a Peoria range, an organ
In gooa condition, tables, chairs, etc. This
Is an opjwrtumt v for someone to get some
first class good's at a reasonable figure.
The Greater New York Loan bank, 3-
Twentieth street. Phone 3 Brown.
MAGNETIC HEALING Miss Deaton. 124
West Third atreet. Davenport. McCul
lough block. Rooms 51 and 62. Cures
chronic and nervous diseases permanent
ly with few treatments. A references.
Hours 1 to 5, and 7:30 to 9 p. m.