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THU AKGrTTG, TUESDAY, JUKE 2. 1903.
' TKe Secret of How to Obtain
Is found in Dr. Walsh's successful treatment for chronic, nervous and pri
vate diseases of both sexes. Thousands who were afflicted with chronio
diseases and who failed to find relief "elsewhere Lave been permanently
cured by Dr. Walsh during' the nine years he has been located in Daven
port. That is one of the best reasons if you are suffering from any, chron
ic disease and want to get cured, why you should take his treatment.
DR. WALSH CURES WHEN OTHERS FAIL
mi. J. E. Walsh.
Formerly of Chicago,
St. Anthony's Hospital.
Exhaustive drains, sleeplessness,
weakness of men, failing memory,
mental delusions, or any other condi
tion due to nervous exhaustion.
Dyspepsia, Asthma, Uronohit is, Scrof
ula, l'iles, Syphilis, Wood, Kidney,
Liver and Skin Diseases, quickly and
Is a frequent cause of nervous and
physical decline. Why treat months
with others when we can positively
eure you in uuui one to three treatments?
Is nature's remedy. When scientifl
cally applied it soothes, strengthen
and invigorates. Twenty years expe
rience has made Dr. Walsh a master
of this method of curing chronic dia
eases. Electricity is the'mfist power
ful curative agent known iu all dis
eases peculiar to women, nervous
exhaustion, rheumatism, neuralgia
paralysis, constipation, nervous dy
pepsia, backache, headache, palpi t
tion of the heart, ete.
ONLY CURABLE CASES TAKEN If you cannot call,' write. Hun
dreds cured by mail. Hours: 9 to 12 a. m., 2 to 5 and 7 tjw 8 p. m.; Snn
day, 11:30 to 1:30 p. m.
Office McCullough Building. 124 West Third Street.
DR. J. E. WALSH,
AND OUR DIO-CIIEMIC TKEAT-
jiK.vr roii Tin: cure of
Debility of the Nerve
and Blood Poisons.
Nervous Women Need
Our Combined Treat
ment. It Expels Disease,
Rejuvenates and Prolongs Vigor and Vitality!
Our new combined treatment of the great Curative Powers is an absolute'
specific for weak, debilitated men and nervous women.
We cure cancer, tuberculosis (consumption), tumors, growths, ulcers
and terrible skin diseases; we also cure dizziness, head noises, constipation,
dyspepsia, sleeplessness, weakness, and that exhausted frling failure of
vital power, pleasures blunted, morbid fears, dread of responsibility, inde
c'sion, oppression over chest, choking, tight feeling at 'times in' throat,
fckin dry or clammy, headaches, high tension of heTves, which in case of wo
men. ends in-tears, in men often a self-sought grave.
Consultation free. All examinat ions free, including X-ray. ONE WEEK'S
TREATMENT ABSOLUTELY FREE. We deduct the railroad fare for out-of-town
people who take treatment. v
DR. HORME'S Bio-Chemic and Electric Wave
Rooms 40, 50 and 51, Mitchell & Lynde jtmilding-. Caltjn morning so that
you will not be compelled to w ait so long. 'fake elevatoi Vo 4th floor. Hours
9 a. in. to 5 p. m.; evenings, 7 to 8; Sundays;, 0 to' 1 1. J "
ROCK ISLAND SAVINGS BANK 1
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Incorporated Under the State Law. 4. Per Cent
- Interest Paid on Deposits.
Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or Real Estate Security.
J. M. Buford, President.
John Crubaugh, Vice President.
P. Greenawalt, Cashier.
Began the business July 2, 1890,
and occupying S. E. corner of
Mitchell & Lynde's new building.
R. R. Cable, P. Greenawalt,
John Cnibaugh, Phil Mitchell,
II. P. Hull, L. Simon,
E. W. Hurst, J. M. Buford,
John Volk. . . '
Bolicitors Jackson and Hurst.
City Council Room, Rock Islind June
1. The Council met in regular seawon
ait Sp .in. Mayor MoConsoehio presiding
and all the aildermen present. The min
uter of tihe hi at regular meeting were
read and approved. Alderman Ander
son oireled the reguJlur pay roll ordin
ance which was considered and adopted
by unanimous vole, allowing the follow
ing chums, after a bill of tine Tri-Oity
Construction Co., for repairing Tweutq
wn;ond strcot, in. the w-UKourut of $345.8."),
had been allowed tuwl ordered attaolied
to the crdinance:
Labor pay roll.
F. . Johnson ....
II. Deisenrcth ...
James Slater ....
M. Portdtr ...
Hi . L'tkm.. in,ii.
'I. Manool ':.'
E. A. Brn8hr-'..
Ilarnoy Smith ....
A. Vindale .......
1". J. Elllnwood .
T; T. IarU
8 75 10 50 10 50 9 C5
8 75 10 50 10 50
8 75 10 50 10 60
5 25 10 50 7 00 8 35
4 40 10 50 7 00
5 25 9 65 8 75 7 45
5 25 5 25 7 45
2 65 7 00
1 75 6 15 5 25 1 75
1 75 3 50 5 25 3 50
1 75 5 25 7 00 7 45
1 75 5 25 5 25 4 85
3 50 8 75 5 25 8 ICO
2 65 3 50 7 45
..... 1 75 1 75 1 10
1 75 6 15 4 85
3 50 2 65 7 00 7 00
5 25 10 50 9 S5
5 25 5 25 10 50 10 50
. 3 50 4 40 1 75 7 45
1 75 8 75 7 45
1 75 1 75 1 75
1 75 1 75 3 50
1 75 -4 40 1 75 1 75
S. Lynch 5 25
J. McCarthy 2 00
P. Auers 3 50
James Fox 10 50 14 00 17 60 14 90
K. Cost 3 50
W. McDonald 7 00 14 00 It 00 1G C5
n. Thompson : 3 50
n. Rem ley 7 00 10 50 10 50 7 ( 0
P. Uruhn 3 50 14 00 16 65
R. G. Hutchinsou .'. 7 00 7 00 3 50
P. Rruhn 3 50 14 00 16 65
T. McDonald 3 50 10 50 15 75 11 40
Win. Murriu 90 3 50 6 40
Gils. Uruhn 4 40 1 75
S..IIelwlr I 75 7 00 6 60
F. Srhoel 4 40 7 00 9 20
A. Mortler 1 75
T. Cavie 3 50 7 00
John Hhannon 90
Coo. Maguire 1 75 1 75
P. Thompson 1 75
11. J. Myers 9 5 25
J. Haloy 1 75 3 50
It. Schameht 7 00
D. MoCaw 3 50 10 50 7 90
.'. C. Passmore 3 50
C. Kwert 7 00 3 50 9 C5
J. Atkinson ' 12 00 12 to
1). W. Kelly 90 5 05 3 :5
V. Ehman 3 50
Wni. Butler 7 00 6 to
D. Shoan 7 oo
11. Moor 7 00
John Ehlers 7 9" 7 4
M. Lang 2 65 3 !5
1". Con well '.. ' . 6 15 3 90
Itobt Hurd ' 5 25 5 !HI
Win. Poyle 3 50 6 15
L. Miller 1 75
J. P. Uulnty 1 75
U. McQuade 1 75 1
o nonnell 14 00
L. Rcmley 7 00 14 90
Win. McCarthy 10 50
(."has. itoodhouse . 3 50
H. Miller 10 50 7 00
A. Ponaway 10 50 11 40
Win. Shavca 7 00 3 50
(.'has. BrandH 7 CO
n. Rook 7 oo 11 oo
J. Matthes : ' ' 1 75
Wm. Brasher . 4 85
M. VVrlRht 1
Chas. Wiley 1 75
John Bohart 1 75
Chris. Hahn 3 50
B. Miller 10 oo
Gauley 14 00
1. Barn house 7 90
C. Ferguson 3 50
J. Huntoon 90
Labor pay roll 174 Od
Labor pay roll 222 1Q
Labor pay roll 42 00
Labor pay roll 3C.9 91
Trl-City Cont. Co 58 50
Weyerhauser & Denkmann 33 73
John Gibson 6 00
K. I. Stove Co 4 10
Frank 111 2 80
J. T. Noftskcr 2 70
Labor pay roll 10 45
Weyerhauser & Denkmann 12 80
John Koch 1 00
Labor pay roll ". 19 90
Labor pay roll 28 00
F. U Yerbury 91 Cfi
E. O.sterman ' 66 23
Aui Vincent. 52 50
Tony Harper 22 20
John Jamison 9 25
Wm Butler H 13
Anton Cavle 19 25
Jos DcSllva 6 46
(J. G. Craig:. Jr. 43 54
Wm. Klockau 4 95
Myers & Cox 35 47
Kablke Bros 32 78
iU C. Benson 25 50
Mrs. A. TeKeler 6 00
A. G. Smith i tO
Frank 111 1 10
John Williams 50 00
J. F. Robinson. Est 12 50
15th STREET PROPERTYHOLDERS.
H. B. Hubbard County Clerk 121 00
L. S. McCabe & Co 80
John K. Scott 17 35
Chas. FieblR 12 50
V. .1. Peter 5 30
Scrupulous care in the bottling
department is a Blatz law. The
most improved and sanitary
methods known to science are
here in use.
Every bottle is sterilized and
every precaution exercised and
Always the Same Good Old Blitz
Val Tilats Brewing Co. Mllwmnkee.
Ueardsley Si Iialley, Acts., Rock Island
Non-Intoxicant For Toole Purposfa
- ' OFFICE ACCOUNT.
Ed. Nance 10
Mrs. M. Judson 8
Robb & Co 2
Kramer & Co 2
SPENCER SQUARE ACCOUNT.
John Duller 48
J. A. McDonald 16
P. S. WUcner '. 13
OARNSEY SQUARE ACCOUNT.
W. Sehnert Park Com 52
LONO VIEW PARK
C. F. Gatjer Park Com 180
Peoples Power Co 1301
Wm. McConochie 86
II. C. SchafTer 150
J. K. Scott 83
WV Trelohler 66
Johu Dahn 61
K. T. Anderson 7
B. V. Knox J3
W. H. Gest, Jr 1
G. W. McCaskrln U
Phil Miller 74
L. Kramer ; 67
J. L. Ooff '. 53
Aug. Klrsch 63
Chas. Youngberg 63
D. McCarthy ., 63
Thos. Jenkins 63
Richard Carnes 53
Hardy Hetter . .. ........ i 46
E. P. Kell
J. W. Bowes
Johu Schmidt ....
( A. Bergslen ..
G. A. Bergston . .
E. P. Kell
J. McHuKh 8
Wm. Ferkel 8
Geo. Pahl 8
J. B. Grceu 8
A. Carlson 8
Theo. Peterson 10
R. I. Elect. Cont. Co 37
T. I. Laflin t 25
R. C. Benson 14
Channon. Perry & Co 8
J. T. N'otsker n 7
Chas. FiebiR 7
F. HtlflnRrr 6
W. H. Halre 5
S. It. WriKht 4
Smith & Hause 4
M. J. Phillips 3
F. W. Means 2
FIRE DEPARTMENT NO. 1.
Chas. Hastings 83
Peter Frey 70
Geo. Newberry 60
A. McDonald 0
J. Sullivan 57
A. Anderson 55
H. Wirt 55
Auk. Schmidt 52
J. Vincent 50
Chas. Johnson 31
Chas. Mlelow 21
J. S. Gilmore : 28
G. Schneider Mfg. Co 25
it. I. Elect. Cont. Co 17
C. Buckley ...12
L. S. McCabe Co 6
C. V. Mining Co 4
Smith & Hause 4
John Gibson 4
Young & Mi-Combs 3
J. M. Schaab
V. Delsenroth 65
G. Holt 55
Win. Krueger 55
M. Corpora u 5
Frank 111 2
J. Mulcahy 65
Wm. Long 60
11. Herman ,.67
Phil Weber , 3
Mrs. H. Wheeland 1
Labor pay roll 32
Labor pay roll ., 23
Labor pay roll ....;:::;;;;;:;;;;;;;;::.... 35
P. T. Bancroft 150
W Wise 77
B S Durling 70
Wm Sprague 70
J Farrell ;...60
D Fleming 55
G Walters 55
E Bush 55
Channon, Perry & Co 42
Davis Machine Shop 20
J. W. Stewart 17
Penn Oil & Supply Co 8
R. I. Elect. Cont. Co 7
Wm. Klockau 3
Kramer & Co 3
Smith & Hau!e 3
Warnotk & Kaldton ' 2
Standard Oil Co 1
Labor pay roll 90
Labor pay roll Ill
Labor pay roll 127
Labor pay roll 11S
H. H. Harris 65
George Wallick 55
H. Lamp 55
C. I. Carpenter" '. 65
Frank !11 7
R. I. Elect. Cont. Co 6
F. W. Means 2
Labor pay roll 54
Raymond Lead Co 88
Kosenfleld nros 8S
Ward & MCMahon 31
J. B. Clow i- Son 23
C. R. 1. & P. K'. Co 1
Street account ?1297
Sewer account 21
Health account 520
Bridge account 62
15th street property holderst 124
Election account .
Contingent account 29
Printing account 5
Office account . 23
Spencer Square account 78
Garnsev Square account 62
Long Vleflf Park account ISO
Light account , 1301
Salary account 481
Police account ...'.; 1249
Flr Department No. 1 702
Fire Department No. 2 182
Fir Department No. 3 187
Total ; t6P03 3
Waterwords expense account 796 S
Reservoir expense account 703 1(
Waterworks construction account .... 29181
Total S294 51
The clerk read the morithly reports ol
the city oftieers which were received and
placed on file.
Alderman Eckliiart, from the fire and
Kgh-t cViimiittce, .Tecomra'ended thiat the
fire alarm system be rebuilt with ooppei
wires, by the Central Union Telephone
Co., the cost of work not to exceed $!K).
Alderman Kennedy, from the Claims
Committee reno! favor of allowing
the claim of E. G. Frazer, $3.25. Carried
Alderman Kennedy from the police
comgiittee reported a re.olu'tion provid
ing that Police Magi-strate Johnson be
furnished a telephone. Adopted untini
.Alderman Westbay from the street
and alley committee, reported on thf
petition of A. C. Dart, J. M. Buford und
others Ye commanding -that the Council
as a. committee investigate the overflow
from the Reservoir complained of .
Alderman Birkcl moved that when the
Council adjourn H be to 2 p. m. on Sat
urday to investigate the grounds in the
vicinity of the reservoir. Carried.
Alderman Westbay also recommended
that the Ninth street vralk from Tenth
to Eighteenth avenue be rebuilt.
Alderman Pdocldinger moved that the
report be received and the Street Com
iniioner be instructed to place the
walk in proper condition. Carried.
Aldcrimjii Wrstbay alao report.ed, re
commending that the Mayor he instruct
ed to arrange fir such repair of the
stredt roller as if may need. Caried.
Alderimui IIoWmiis, from the Water
works committee Tecommendcd that the
petition for water mains in'Woodin's
addition, be graiHted. Report received
Aldernwn Kennedy moved that a pe
tition for the extension of watcrirnains
on Twenty-sixth street le referred to
the Waterworks Committee to report.
Aldermcin Ilause, from the sewer com
mittee, reported granting Knnision to
various parties to nmke sewer connec
tions. RoiKjrt adopted '
Alderman Haise lo ' rcjvftcd, ' re
commending tfrtt't! '''tile City Engineer he
instructed to prepare peci'licatio'ii's for
rebuilding tiie sewer on Twelfth street,
and that the plans and speci Rcu t ions le
.uhiirittcl to conti'actors for bids.
The clerk submitted the b;nd of L..
Mosenf elder for bringing the streets and
alleys in his addition to grade-.
Alderman Anderson moAed 'thai the
lond Ik? approfd and the plat accepted,
t Tarried unanimously.
The clerk submittal Dr. J. DeSilva'a
bond to bring the streets and alleys in
his addition to grade.
Alderman Itirkel moved that "the 'Kind
lx? accept d and the plat approved. Cur
The clerk presented the plans of City
Engineer Trieehler for a teiniKn'.uy
sewer district cm:bi'aiing Eleventh
street from Twelfth to (lifth avenue.
Aldernwn I'irkel movel that the mat
ter be referred to the sewer committee.
Tiie clerk presented a plat of A. C.
Dart's Park. Refered to 'the City Engi
neer, Citv Attoriiiev and street iuid alh-v
committee to rejrU Adojtel.
The clerk rixid a iK'ti'tion from the
People's Powvr Co. for iermission to
pen piived streets to extend ga ser
vice. Petition "ranted on motion of
The clerk read petition from Clwn-
non, Perry & Co., E. E. Lump ami Allen,
Myers & (., for ermis"ioii. Ut nuike
sewer connections. Referred to the
sewer coimnil-tcv with ivcr to act, on
motion of Alderman Dirkcl.
The clerk read a com mun'u-.i tion fr;m
II 11 Knll, asking that the city remove
tiie surplus csirtili, for a distance of 7ll
feit stnith of Twelfth avenue on the
side-walk on the vvi-st side of Twentieth
stre"t, as he jroowe.s to improve the
property. Refentd to the street and
alley committee on motion of Alderman
Th- clerk read si jM-tition from prop-
rty hohlei's on Fifteenth street, asking
that Fifteenth street between Twelftl.
and Eighteenth avenue be improved by
brick paving. R-f erred to the U.wrd of
.('al Iniprovt nM'nts, on motion of Alder
The dork read an estimate by the City
Engineer of the cost of pciving Twenty-
mntii street lHlwecn cventli am:
Ninth avenue, fixing the cost at .?(.-
StlS.tW); alsu a rert from the Ro-.ird
of Ivo-j1 Improvements rec(mmendini
the impmvement, together with an ord
inance for the said improvement.
AldeniM.n Kennedy presented a resolu
tion approving the estinrate of the cost
of the paving Kf Twenty-ninth street
irom tire sotrtli- line ol revent avenue
to the noi'th line of Ninth avenue
The clerk read the ordinance for the
improvement f Twenty-ninth street,
from Seventh to Ninth avenue, bv brick
Alderman Kennetlv moveel the imnned-
ite eonideiatitn of the ordinance. Car
Alderman Kennedy moved the adop
tion of the ordinance. Adopted by
The clerk mid a petition from J. Mo
Connick and others for (he removal of
he dump luit from the foot of Seventh
Alderman Robbins movctl that the ie-
titions le recdiveel and placed em file
Alderman Birkcl moved a.s nn a.mend-
ment that the petition be referred to the
Alderman Wool dinger moveel as a suh-
titirte that the petitions be referred to
uae health committee with instructions
to remove the boat, as, soon as possible.
Alderman Blochlinger offered a resolu
tioni authorizing the Mayor and Super
intendent of Waterworks to buy a. new
pumping plant for the Fifth avenue
sewer, aivd moved tHiat it be referred to
tihe waterworks and wewtT committees,
the Mayor ami Superinlte'iHU''rtt of Water
works, to report. Curried.
AKlennan Bnwm ofTereel n, resolution
fer the clanging of the two wheel gar
bage carts to four whect wagoirs. Re-
I - ff Tna ,
(V Llttl. t7j f
IT Tur tb!r Bck
(' rMnc'es )
ijf ft make their faeea
3 brisbt and r-y v"
i I M A packape inKk X I
m flreintllona. Sold t-t- !
CHARLES E. HIRES CO.
iOS Ninth street, tOxlL'O six
1018 Fifth avenue, 33xlS0 six
rooms ..... $1,000
230 Thirteenth street, 33xSO six
1000 to 1002 Thirteenth u venue,
two stores and flats $0,000
2933 Thirteenth avenue, 30x133
rive room $1,100
Twelfth street opposite Prick
yard, 61x200 live rooms $1,200
701 Third strect, 00x140 four
6G2 Fortieth street, 50x130 nine
rooms, medern imp. . .$2,300
4425 Seventh avenue, 64x130
nine rooms $3,200
.4325 Eighteenth avenue, 150x140
seven rooms.; $2,000
.1211 Thirty-eighth . street, 130x
i 141 twelve rooms, modern
.'improvements, worth $0,000
1137 Thirty-eighth street, 47x113
brick four room $1,300
1332 Forty-second street, 50x112
live rooms $1,150
1125 Thirty-seventh street, COx
113 seven rooms $1,300
1319 Thirty-sixth street, 60x115
five rooms $1,100
3132 .Ninth avenue, 25x150 four
1230 Fortieth street, 47x140 six
1232 Fortieth street, 47x140 six
1505 Forty-fourth street, 50x140
live rooms, $1,100
431 Forty-fort h street, 30x140
live rooms $'.00
Small Cash Pa.yment and Monthly In
stallments. Examine my Moline List.
E. M. GUYER,
Mitchell (Si Lynde Bldg., Rock Island.
Very Low One Way and Round Trip Rate to
the Northwest via the
One-way colonist tickets on sale until
Round trip homeseekers' tickets on sale
first and third Tuesdays, April, May and
June, at the rate of one fare, plus $2 for
For information write at once to
Ch rles S F c, G. P. 6c T. A.
St. Paul, Minn. -
Dr. S. H. MILLER.. M. L. V.
x Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist.
g Graduate of McKillip's Veterinary College, Chicago, 111.
Office and Veterinary Hospital
I13.t Third ATnu, Rncfc Irlasd, III. Rtnldene 1813 Foarth Affnoi
Ofnce hours 7 to 8 ra . 1 to 2 n m.. 7 to 10 p. m. Central Phonrs: Offlco 1409
West, Kesidencc K61 Went. Union Pnooes: Office 5707, kesidenoe &3tf7
ferreel to tiie health committee to re-I-i't.
Tiie Mayor nominated ilaj. AV. T.
( Irannon for uicmber of the plumbers'
exstmiiiiiii IkxiiiI. ConiirineU by unani
Alilermaii Anlerson from the snecial
( iimiittcv, recomnienlel the ap;oiivt
ment of t hree meinlters of the City Coun
cil a iuenilxrs of an industrial eoni-inis.-ion,
to le "oni?osetl in" lilition of
thrie nn-mltcrs of the Hock Island Club,
ami three mem Iters of the Retail Mer
chants' Assotiation, ami that when the
two associations iitinxl rai--e $100. the
Council appnvjiriate n like smu for Uie
maintenance of the eonnniissio.
i:ciort adoited, 11 to 2, (Westbay,
The .iayor aiipoiirted AKlennan Birkcl
as a member of the industrial committee
1o fill -a vacancy.
AKlennan Birkcl moved that the mat
ter of repnirinir the pavement on Twen
tieth street, between Second and Fourth
avenues, be referred to the Board of
lxcjil linuKovinewts tx invest" yate and
Alderman Kckhart offered n resolution
instructing the Mardhl to notify s-
lcxvnkcejK'Ts not to erni't lewdness or
pamW ing -about their premises.
Aldernmn Birkcl moved that the reso
lution be referred to the police commit
Ayes Birkfl, Robbins, Kennedy, Wil
son, Anderson 5.
Nays Bloelilinjrer, Westbay, Nanb,
Kckhart, HaUse, lVnson, Trefz, Brooks
.idermtin Kckhart moved the adoption
of the resolution. n
A ldennnj' Kennedy moved 'as a substi
tute that the mtitter be referml to the
hrtilt'h wnd police comiiiatte. C-iirricd.
Adjournd on motion of Alderman Ken
nedy. H. C. SCHAFFER, City Clerk. .
If so, call at Bowlby's. They
carrj the largest and most com
p'cte line of Cameras and sup
plies, both for the amateur and
professional, in the city. Fresh
rilins and printing papers always
in stock. We are making special
prices on our Cameras now. Box
Cameras to be sold at cost.
Free Dark Room.
KMtmHD Kodak Arencr at
1609 1609 1-3 Second A venae.
Cats, Brnliies and Barns Qatcklr Healed.
Chamberlain's Tain Balm is an anti
septic liniment, and when applied to
cuts, bruises and burns causes them'
to heal without maturation and much
more quickly than by the usual treat
ment. Fcr sale by all drug-gists.
The June sun shines on many a
fair, bride, made doubly lovely by the
use of Rocky Mountain Tea. The
bride's best friend. T. H.' Thbm'as'
Yon should have a bottle of
Cincho Relief Tonic
on Land. Cures
Colic 8Lid Chills.
At all Druggists 25c.
TT H For Drunkenness and
u fll CsZ, Drug Y5ing-
i V Vli' yPlease vrlteus.
SS5i ntlt THE PARENT