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THE HOCK IRT,ATO ABQU8. SATURDAY, JULY 13, 1889.
An Interesting Agricultural Show
ing. Caaaty Clerk laallna'a Keport ta
heMtate Hoard of Atrrlraltare fraaa
Rok litlaa t'aaaty.
Deputy County Clerk C. W. Hawes
has just completed the task of making a
summary and tabulation of agricultural
statistics of Rock I.tland county from the
various statements returned to Coun
ty Clerk Donaldson by townships.
From it the following interesting fig
ures are gleaned:
FARM CR0P9, ETC.
No of arn-s 18S9 Corn. 51,743; win
Aim ii is
ter wheat. 4iU; spring wheat.1,126; oats.
22,519; apple orchard, 1,820; peach or
chard. 3; vineyards.:)!; timothy meadow,
21,482, clover meadow, 4.818; prairie
meadow, 9 071; Hungarian and millet,
121; rye, 4 616; barley, 535; buckwheat.
13; peas, 4J; Irish potatoes. 8.068; sweet
potatoes, i; sorgho, 133; tnrnips and
other root crops, 17j; watermelons, 61;
strawberries, 36; other fruits and berries,
136 J; other crops not named above, 368;
pasture, 83 535; woodland, 21,829; un
cultivated lands, 18,638; area city and
town rvat estate (not included above),
5.400; total number of acres in this
No of bushels produced in 1888 Corn,
2.005,748, winter wheat. 10,012; spring
wheat, 11.098; oat. 637,098; apple or
chard, 89,130; peach orchard. 75.
No gallons wine made 1888 5 215.
No tons produced 1883 Timothy
meadow, 24.130; clover meadow, 3,638;
prairie meadow. 11,255; Hungarian and
No of buHhels produced 18S3 rye, SO.
284; barley, 8.184; buckwheat, 419, peas,
147; Irish potatoes, 221.707; sweet pota
No gallons of syrup made 1888 8,875
Value crops produced 1388 Turnip
and other root crops. $1,231; watermel
ons, $3,215; strawberries. $3,095, other
fruits and berries, $5,223; other crops
not named above, f 1,111.
Horses Number of horses and colts,
1889, 8.653; number of colts foaled in
1883, 1,144; number of borate and colts
died in 1833. 477; total value of horses
and colta died in 1833, $30,621.
Cattle Number of cattle, all ages,
1883. 29.293; number of fat cattle sold,
1887, 4.843; total gross weight fat cattle
sold. 1889. 4.833.049; number of cattle,
any age, died of disease, 1833, 433; total
value of cattle, any age, died of disease,
Diary Cows number kept, 1SS9,
8,325; cows, number kept, 1388, 8,795;
number calves dropped, 1833, 9,002;
pounds butter sold. 1888. 395.531;
pounds cheese sold, 1333, 1,300; gallons
cream sold, 1388. 34,525; gallons milk
sold, 1888, 161.073.
Sheep Number of sheep and lambs,
1889. 2.056; number of lambs dropped,
.1883, 1,053; number of sheep, any age,
killed by dogs, 1S88, 62; total value of
sheep killed by dogs, 1333, $200; number
of sheep, any age, died of disease, 63;
total value sheep, any age, died of dis
ease, 1388, 396; Dumber pounds of wool
horn, 1888, 9,583; number of fat sheep
sold, 1388, 464; total gross weight of fat
sheep sold, 1888. 43,935.
Hogs Number of bogs and pig8, 1889,
86,031; number pigs farrowed. 1388,
82,431; number fat hogs sold. 1383, 21.
661; total gross weight fat bogs sold,
19?8, 6.821.31S; number hogs and pigs
died of cholera, 1833, 4.339; total gross
weight of swine died of cholera, 1333,
856,645; number hogs died of disease
other than cholera, 1333, 744; total gross
weight hogs died of disease other than
cholera, 1383, 60,180.
Miscellaneous Number hives bees,
1889, 66)); number pounds honey pro
duced, 1883, 9,774; value poultry, 1888,
12.850; value eggs, 1883, 17.123.
Crops, etc Number bushels timothy
seed produced, 1838,. 1,263; number
bushels clover seed produced, 1888, 104;
number bushels Hungarian and Aiillet
seed produced, 1833, 105; number bushels
flax seed produced. 133S. 2; number
pounds grapes produced, 1883, 220.605;
number feet drain tile laid in 1333, 66,
595. lots, parts
and, in the
the width a
n fr lots 1,
of s 40 ft
of e 4uft
of w jo ft
of w 40 ft
fr wju ft
w f r
e fr sSOft sub
1 a fx
6 o fr
8 n fr
5 n fr
4 n fr
a fr e 2-3
n fr w
a tr wt4
fr w 811
n fr 4U
H Bated" hawi.
The Davenports were beaten in the
third of their series with Quincy yester
day through the shamefully partial de
cisions of Umpire Hunt, who favored
Quincy at every opportunity and went
out of his way to assist the visitors to
win. The Davenports played all around
the Quincys and still were not permitted
to win. The batteries were Hhines and
Harrington for Davenport and Turner
and Kittridge for Quincy, and the score
3 to 2 in favor of Quincy. The summary
hows that Davenport ratde but one er
ror and Quincy none, but Davenport
made 5 base hits to 2 for Quincy; Khines
truck out 12 men and Turner 1, and the
way Hunt won was to decide against
Davenport in every attempt of the locals
a fremiti aub lot
a tr aub lot
a fr sub lot
a fr aub lot
fr aub lot
s fr anb lot
e fr of a 120 ft lot
1 a tr lot
e tr anb lot
to steal bases and cut off every run that
way before it got home. With the pres'
sent salary paid for umpires, the Inter'
state league ought to have fair play
Unless the breath is like a spicy gale,
Unless the teeth gleam like the driven
n. e 4
3 a fr
1 s fr
8 s fr
There is no dazzling smile or tender tale.
Grateful to woman s eye or ear, we know
The tale would lose its charms the
mile be gaunt.
Till brought within the spell of SOZO
o fr el t
n fr tit
n fr wl 2
a frn Sfft
Small-pox is said to be raging among
the Okanagon Indians on the Pacific
fr s 40
Forced to Leave Homa.
Over 60 iieople were forced to leave
their homes yesterday to call for a free
trial package of Lane's Family Medicine.
If your blood is bad, your liver and kid
neys ont of order, if you are constipated
and have headache and an unsightly com'
plexion, don't fail to call on any drug
gist today for a free sample of this grand
remedy. The ladies praise it. Every
one likes it. Large size package 50
I have been a hay fever sufferer for
three years; have often heard Eiy's
Cream Balm spoken of in the highest
terms; did not take much stock in it be
cause of the many quack medicines. A
friend persuaded me to try the Balm and
I did so with wonderful success. F. 8.
Geer, Syracuse, N. Y.
I can recommend Ely's Cream Balm to
all hay fever sufferers; it is, in my opin
ion, a sura cure. I, was afflicted for
twenty-five years and never before found
permanent relief. W. H. Haskins,
Pond's Extract without an equal for
forty yean, for piles, inflammation and
hemonhages, etc., carries this prestige
with erery bottle. ,
The only complexion powder in the
world that is without vulgarity, without
injury to the user, and without a doubt
beau tifler, is Pozzoni's.
Providing for the Construction ot Cei tarin Brick
Sidewalks in the City of Rock Islan l.
Be It ordaieed by the City Council of the City of Rack Island :
Hn-ttiin I Tl,t thre hill frw. ivntnu4HI in thfl eitV Of KOCK Island
sidewalks of theldth hereinafter more paitttmlarly pecMed, in the
manner and locations as follows, to-wit: The eurbstont, which Is part
of this ordinance, must be set to the lines and levels alt en by the t-om-
on streets ana Alleys: ana tne siaewam sna w vi miu i'iu
Uld with lanloints or Herrina bone style" on hree Indies ot
and the sidewalk must eover all the space Inter enlng between
the curbstone and the building line of the side walk, tne top oi me one
must be level with the curbstone at the curostone una aua nave a ris
ing grade of one quarter inch to each foot toward thi building line:
and the brick must be rammed down to a solid bed an 1 to a straight
The curbstone shall be of the following sizes and quality, to-wit; It
shall be of either Crystaline or Oolitic lime or aand stone without
marked stratifications; it shall not be less than five feet long and tweu
tv inches deep; all except on Second avenue; it shall be s twed or smooth
hammered face on the front at least sixteen Inchei down from the
top and smooth pointed off to a parallel thickness on the back at least
six Inches down from the top; ft shall be close Jointet so as to fit at
the joints at least twelve Inches down from the top: it must be set on a
solid bed and to a straight line to the grade provided by the said Com
mittee on Htroets Mid Alleys. And It Shall be unlawful a tar the uuua
of this ordinance to lay. repair or maintain a wooden Mdewalk or any
kind of sidewalk not equally as good as that provided for in this or
dinance in the following districts or lots as may be herein fter described.
iiimiermore proviaea ini tne said Conim tree ot Streets
in conjunction with the M&vor. siixll detenninAmihihr the
sidewalks are maintained in accordance with this ordinance. Said side
walks shall be built touchinir uoon the linn nftiie foil win rtniw..i
of kits and tract, of land, all mtiiHfed In th .-iiv f u..k
county of Kock Island and state of Illinois, and shall be of
next hereinafter specified for each lot or art of lot :
SPENCER & CASE'S ADDITION.
2, 3 & 4 lot 4. est Jac Riley, owner. 8 ftw w ir lot 1, 14 ftw
es 4. WJ Kerr "
" wf nioo ft It 5
W J Kerr "
E 8 Webber "
O J Dimick "
Th Plummer oi
C J Long
levi Si son
H I Athletic a lib
C B & O K K
i H 8onii.lt
4 fr same
V W Kllerstrass
sub lot 17 and sub lot is K Walt man, owner
suu ioi -a w l Mgill, owner
lot 1 T B & S S Davis owners 8 ftw f of utmn lift
lot 1 A Schmidt
lot 2 P Skinner "
lot 8 Mary Wilson
lot 3 Mary Wilson "
lot 4 F. ti Fra7er "
lot (S II Schailde " "
lot 8 Hugh Ooawell "
lot 7 Job Ross
lot 8 Mary Swartz
lots 9. lu&li est C H Case
A J Harris
est chr Koerber
est E Krell
est Jul Mullack
est EC Cropper
and w frof same
n 18 ft i
a 14 ft Si
Mrs C Olsen owner
O Stengel '
45 est S S liuyer
7 eat W T Norrui -6
est D Si hmidt "
8 A Benedict -8
J D Taylor
J D Taylor "
t Fred Ba,sa
10 Hy Spear
1 eat D Schmidt sold to Marshall
At Ferpneonl 8 ft wide
1 cat D Schmidt sold to Marshall
Fergnaon 14 ft wide
3 eat D S hmidt sold to Marshall
s 34 ft
rergnsonj 14 It wide
S Frazct Wilson owner
8 est B Harper "
n 30 ft
nfr aub lot S estate John Zelgler owter 14 ftw
n fr aub lot E Krell
n tr anb lot 7 A BDart " "
n fr aub lot B Thorn Plummer "
nfr anb lot 810 I. S McCabe
n fr aub lot 11 Fred Lndolph "
n fr anb lot 14 T J Robinson
w fr aub lot 1 Robt Coyne
w fr n 24 ft sub lot 17 " Cnas Pton
w fr a 30 ft aub lot 17 John Sanennan "
w fr sub lot lt I Q Blvthe
41 lot 6 L S McCabe 8 ftw
etrofilOOft lot LS McCabe 14 ftw
fr sub lot 13 L 8 McCabe - 8 ftw
S fr anb lot 14 Fred Lndolph "
a fr anb lot 15 J G Blythe -
e fr of n SO ft lot 6 Cniou Ptg Co 14 ftw
n lot 1 Hy T reman owner 8 ftw wfr same 14rtw
n fr lot 8 eat I B Ellis -
n fr aub lot 12 And Hoffmann "
n fr sub lot 8 O W Green '
n fr snb lot 4 Eliz'b'h Webber
nfr aub lots 5. 8 & lot 5 estCTegeler e frsamj 14ftw
lot 1 estate E Krell
lot 8 V iNMibnr
owner 8 ftw v fr same 14ftw
lot 8 eat Margaret Frizzel
lot 3 est Win Frizzel
lot 4 eat Wm
lot 6 VMC1
4 fr same 14 ftw
lot 1 F VMrel
owner 8 ftw w fr same Uttw
lot 8 M Sriinei
lot 2 rh FiBber
lot 8 OJ Dimick
lot 8 LI) Inmiek
lot 4 Peter Sommer
lot 4 John Bum
ft lot 5 Peter Snmmer
ft lot 5 Iron Willma
" e fr of ns tame 14ft w
n tt lot 1 HI Oaa Co owner ' 8 ft wide
n fr aub lot 4. S&6 T RAM g Darui owner
a fr sub lot 7 Wm O Negus "
n tr lot 8 McCamb
n fr let 8 R I Woolen Milla
n tr lot 4 PL Mitchell
a fr - lot H Jamos M Moore
a fr anb lot 10 Hy Waltman
a fr aub lot 11 A Benedict
tr "ub lot 18 PL Mitchell
s fr aub lot 13 Blanchard a Bailey
a fr sub lot 14 Wm Ixin
a fr anb lot 15 David lion "
a fr imb lot l Pat OreitK
fr sub lot 17 Chan W Negus
e tr n 100 tt lot 8 tsrt Isaac Negna "
e fr anb lot &3 T B a 8 8 Itavla
e fx sub lot 2 Urace Frysinger
w Ir of aam a I4trw
wfr same 14ftw
2 3&4 James 9 (iilmor owner 8ft efr sub lot 2 14ft
5 Alice Borrall
6 entate Jac Riley
4 James S Gilmore
7 A C Schaffer
8 J H Beaehn
" fr of same "
14 fr "
8 ti F Wagner '
Charlotte Bromley " "
10 est James. Johnston " '
11 Elizabeth Garton " '
12 John Llnenan
18 est Wm A Johnston "
8 eat Ben Harper
8 eat Ben Barpar
1 eat David Noon an " "
w f r of n'4 ot block 3. C C A Q. owner, 8 ft wide
lota bffi Dennis Warren owner, alio w fr earns 14ftw
1 3 lot 8 Peter Fries " e fr "
lot 7 Cen Presbyt Ch " '
wl-2 lot 8 Peter Lettig -
12 kit 2
w 1-2 lot 8
s 10 ft lot 1
Peter Htelk owner, also a fr of a ft of same 8 ftw
John Williams '
F Iglehart '
S B Holl
Wm O Hegua "
Geo Green "
ft lot 1 C Htieidel ..
lot 8 est A Webster
alaoe fr of same
8 ft wide
w 1-2 lot 5 Wm O Nf sua
lot 8 Wm O Negus
Jot 8 Geo W Henry
lot 10 Ht Joa Cain Ch
lot S Mrs K A Winchell
lot 2 Geo W Pleasants
also w f r same
lot 8 O J Dimick
lot 1 est 8 Hoou
lot 4.56 Mrs L Moutsom'r "
101 o a trarrau
1 Ir tf tr lut 6 A Burrall " -
8 n fr aub lot 8 E H Guyr owner 14 ftw
1 a fr lot 1 Dennia Warren
4 n fr sub lot SNB Moore "
2 n fr anb lot 1MB Iglehart " '
n fr snb lot 4 Mrs Blackburn " "
n fr sub lot 6 est E Turner "
n fr snb lot fi7 Jac Ohlweiler -
wfr anb lot H MtaBBOobb "
w fr anb lot 10 J M Christy "
w fr sub lot II PL Mib:hell '
a fr aub lot 13 J M Christy " g ftw
fr aub lot 4 eat C Lynde " $ ftw e t of aam a 14 ftw
e fr lot 4 eat C Lynde "
fx lot 2 Dennia Warren - "
n fr snb lot 1 Mrs 8 B Cobb owner also fr sam 14ftw
n fr snb lot t Grace Frysinger
n fr sub lot 8 JAM Roeenfieid "
n fr sub lot 4 John W Potter " "
a b aub lot 8 est Wm Kale
n fr sub lot 6 P Fries "
n fr aub lot 7A8 eat 8 H Gnyer "
n fr anb lot W T Norria .
n fr aub lot 1012 Alice Burrall "
a fr aub lot 11 . Mrs E G Carter " "
n tr lot 4 Dennia Warren " also m fr Bams "
wfr aub lot 1314 I Horn Milla " "
w fr sub lot 15 Olivet Olsen . - . " ,.
wfr aub lut l Geo Both " 14 ftw ls afr same 8ftw
a fr w 86 ft tot 6 Frank IU - "
fr aMft lot 6 WPTindaU " -ji .. -s
fr anb lot 17 GeoBHillier " 8 ftw a so t fr same 14ftw
fr aub tot 19k20 Anna Knowlton "
tr sub lot 81 Kobt Trenamaa " :
I BLOCK 14 . ( ,
afr lot l!i tot S Fred Appelqulat owner also fx of lot 1 8 ftw
a fx W tot 8 B Winter -
afr tot S&4 Frank 111 " ' wfr of lot 4
Rodman Rifles owners 8 tt also ft of same
Turner Society "
i C Basmnaeea " also w fr of 4
BLOCK 16. f
Baptist Church owner 8 ftw also efr same
Weverbauaer ft D .
C H Bitter - " w fr
a fr lot
a fr lot
a fr w tot 84 lot
a fr e 50 ft - lot
a fx lotx&e Vj lot
a fr w lot
n fr sub lot
n fr snb lot
nfrsnblot4&ell ft sub lot
8 Mrs D Fisher owner
3 Paul Reddig
6 John Ohlweiler "
6 P Fries
6 B Darts' Sons
OF Wagner "
7 Fred Crroxa
7 Laura Palmer t "
4 Fred Gall
4 John Hcboede also w fr of same
1 Wm Don
1 VI Long
1 Hy Bnnrower
1 E Lieberkueclit
e f r
n 8u ft of a 80 ft
n 20 ft of efiOft
n ) ft of 40 ft
FOURTH AVENUE SPENCER
a fr e 35 ft lot 6 Joseph Schieberl owner
a fr w 25 ft lot S Charles Exner
a fr eS. lot 7 Wolfgang Wolffram
fr w',, lot 7 Andrew Brady
r lot 8 Peter Ecker
b- lots y.UO JoHep'hine Ciolina
s fr lot
fr e 'a lot 7
a fr w Hj lot 7
a fr low &.9&I0
8 fr lot ti
8 fr e 25 ft lot 7
s fr w 35 ft lot 7
b fr e Kt
fr Vj lot 8
& lot 10
n fr "lots 18
n fr lot 3
n f r , w lot 4
n fr e kit 4 & lot 5
n fr lot 1 k w 10 ft lot
n fr e 50 ft lot
n fr lot
n fr t
n fr lot
n fr it
a fr "2
n fr w 3.4
u fr e lot i t
Chris Dindinger owner
A GlockhotT owner
M Sutton -'
M Schaab -
Jamea Ixigan "
Chris Trets .
Philip Simon "
estate H Bogges
estate H Boggea owner
Adam Schaab "
2 H C Biddison owner
2 .1 G Blythe
3 Jamea Kelly "
4 M Schnell
5 J H. hem
1 Jacob Even owner
A3 J I) Taylor
4 J Willuis
5 Andrew Hoffmann "
THOMPSON & WELLS' ADDITION.
tract north of block 1 J B Pitts owner
lot 1 GeoSwiler owner
2 D Doualdxon
e i - 8 K Trenamau
w 8 J Thompin
e IS -, ft - 4 I) Itonaldnon
w 35 ft " 4 Chris Einfeldt
6 Chris Staubach
lot 1 John Ainhworth owner
e 40 ft " 2 J O'Connor
w 13'j ft 2 W J liamion
v " 3 W J KauMin
w - 3 Wm M. Sish
4 Jaiues Vumn
5 Frank Eckhart
ti Germ Eng School
lot 1 Swede Lutheran Church owner
lou fi.t7 Estate Churchill owner
ib lota 2 F Schmale owner
3 Pat McOrew
" ' 4.V5 C Wettnaner
1! Irmce (?) "
"7 Ft Mar)' L Hodges "
" 7 G H Parsons
sub lots ld.vll Estate Pat Rafferty ow
a fr nub 1
a fr w 40 ft
s fr e 40 ft
1 v g d aioaaara
F C Hoppe
S A Marshall
C J Long
John Keeley owner
Estate Wm Kale
G H Parsons owner
est C Lynde
C H Stoddard
1 Wm Whittou o
2 Fred Koch
7 lan Edmngton
7 Jaci'h Srhaum "
8 Geo Roth
a fr lot
8 fr lot fiJtw 10 ft -
S fr t.ke TO ft "
a fr e 30 ft
8 fr w 50 ft
CHICAGO OR LOWER ADDITION.
t 10 Peter Scherer owner 6 ftw
C iiro A Solanuor
l eo Bariier
1112 est Mary Schlemmer " -BLOCK
! Hy Schnitger owner 6 ftw
10 A H Hampton
11 John Berth
12 est J V Cook
9 Lewis Carlann owner g
10 Wiisluw Howard
10 Maggie Repine " -B1XCK
Trinity Church owner ft frw
10 Kstte M A Barnes -
1 owner 6 ftw
2 est Hy Fisher
1 ' Wever A Deukman owner 6 ftw
1 Kobt Holtz
1 Clins l-mr
2 Weyerha-tuMT A Denk -
w 10 ft
c loo ft
e 53 ft
w 63 ft
w 30 ft
e 30 ft
mid Ii0 ft
O F Ostenuan
Mm A B Battles
C J Youngberg
John Mataon 0
Estate Webb o
J M O'Herne
Julius I tie
P I Wagner o
est J E Bauerneld
Anna M Streckt us
Chr Runs ow
H Bunteubarh "
w 32 ft e
e is ft w
w 30 ft
Dan Htrticier "
E D Folsom own
Est N Folsom "
Mary Stemple "
Ben J Carlton
Truman B (Jordan
n frwlOft lotlte'j "
n tr aub
Section 2. The cost of bringing the part of the streets upon which
said sidewalks are to be laid to grade shall be paid out ot the fund for
BlICCI. Mill .IIT.,3.
8ec 3. That tiie whole cost and exre-nse of the imnmrammt
in secfon 1 of this ordinance and of the materials and construction of
said sidewalks (with the exception of Unit part of It specified in sect Ion 2
of this ordinance) shall be raised and paid by special taxation of the
said blocks, lots, parts of lots and tracts ot land touching upon the line
where said sidewalks are herein ordered, and said special taxation shall
be a levv umu each of said blocks, lots, parts of lots and tracts of land of
tne w uoie cosi 01 making sucn siuewaiKS in iront of such blocks,
parts of lots or tracts of land, in proportion to the froutage thereof
8ec 4. That all owners of any lot or lots or any part thereof, blocks,
tracts or parcels of land touching upon the lines of such propotted side
walks, shall within thirty 3t) days after the publication of this ordinance
construct a sidewalk in front of their respective kitsw parcels of land
In compliance with the Sfiecifications herein set forth, and in default
thereof said sidewalk shall be constructed and materials furnished by
the said city of Kock Island, under the direction of the Mayor, Superin
tendent of Streets and the Committee on Streets and Alleys of the City
Council of the said city, and the cost thereof, if not paid by the respec
tive owners of such lots or parcels of land, shall be collected ae a tax
thereon as aforesaid.
Sec 6. In ease of the default of any lot owner or owners to construct
the sidewalks required by this ordinance upon the completion of the
work by the city a bill of the cost of such sidewalks show ing in separate
items the cost of grading, materials, laying down and supervision and all
necessary work, costs and expenses entering into the construction of the
same, together with a list of the lots or parcels of land touching upon the
line of said sidewalk, tlie names of the owners thereof, all certified to by
the Superintendent of Streets Mayor and Street and Alley Committee of
uic wi.j wuui;u oi sbiu ciij as ueniK correct, snail oe ntea in the
of the city clerk, whereupon said clerk shall nroeeed tn nntun
iai tax-list against said lots or parcels of land with th names of
ers Hnn wnceruMiiiug uy computation me amouiiT 01 tne special tax
to be charged against each of said lots or parcels of land on account of
the construction of said sidewalk, which tax list shall be filed in the of
fice of said clerk; said clerk shall thereupon issue his warrants directed
to the collector ot taxes within said city for the collection of the
amounts of special tax ascertained and appearing from such special tax
list to be charved upon the lots or parcels of land touching upon tlie
a vl wueniiM iii 1 ne saia collector mi taxes suau
Collect such warrants according to law by demanding such
theowuersofsaidlotsorparceuofland.lt known, to receive
If paid, or on refusal to pay the whole or auy part thereof, to
the manner provided by law, wherein constables
are authorized to enforce the collection of judg
ments unaer executions, me swa collector
shall make return of such warrants, together
with the money collected to the city clerk, with
in sixty days of the date of their Issue and in
case any such warrant should be returned as to
the whole amount Issued for, or any part thereof .
endorsed by said collector "no property found"'
other warrants may be issued .
See 6. Upon failure to collect such special
tax or any part thereof, as is above provided by
said collector, the said city jtlerk shall on or le-
ioretne utin aay 01 sian n tnereaiter mane re
pott in writing of all such special taxes to the
county collector of Rock Island county, Illinois,
in thetuanner prescribed bv law: who thereup
on shall proceed to collect the same according to
the statute in such case made and provided.
ec 7. Any owner or owners 01 anv of the
lots, parts of lots, blocks, tracts, or parcels of
land, above described.who shall construct. or re
pair, or cause to be constructed or repaired, or
aid In the const ruction or repniring of a wooden
sidewalk on, along or in front of such lots, parts
of lots, blocks, tracts or parcels of land con
trary to the provisions of this ordinance, shall
be subject to a fine of not less than twenty dol
lars and not more than one hundred dollars, in
the discretion of the court and a lika peualtv for
every forty-eight hours such person or persons
shall willfully so continue in violation of the
provisions of this ordinance.
Sees. The ordinance heretofore, to-wit r On
the 8th day of March, 1SS9. passed, authorizing
the construction of certain brick sidewalks in
the said city of Rock Lsland and all the provis
ions of the same and everything therein con
tained is hereby repealed.
1 asseu .niiy s, iss.
RgBT. hoKHi kh. WM AtcCOMK'HIE.
City Clerk. Maor.
W ANT BD RELIABLE LOCAL AND TRAV
eline salesmen : oositioiia lernianent: sm c-
ial inducements now; fast sellinir stiecialties.
Don't delay ; salary from the start.
Bitovi.i bkos., Mureery men, Chicago. I1L
WASTED A Gentleman or lady in every
township ae agent for onr popular subscrip
tion book -The Home Beyond,' or Views of
Heaven. Endorsed by Bishop Fellows, by lead
ing clergymen and rehttous papers; aeents coin
ins monev. For circular ami 1 .rma l,lra K 4.
TfONAI. LIBRARY ASSOCIATION, KH State
ni., cuicago. jun 20 law4w
SALESMEN WANTED to solicit for onr well
known N!nriur. olhH u-. i... ,,,) .... I.
Permanent employment guaranteed. Write t
once, before territory taken, etatinv ase.
s.uAcn nni'a w , volcano, 111.
SALESMEN WE WISH A FEW MEN TO
sell our goods by sample to the wholesale and
retail trade; on salary; largest manufacturer? 111
onr line; inclose 2c rtsinp; Watres $3 per day;
permanent po-iiiou; money advsnced for wairt-n,
advertising. Etc. CENTENNIAL IITOIU,
junoit Cincinnati, O.
TTANTEn-AOENT8 for our NFW PATKVT
lbs. ; retBll rl.-e.TS; others tn proportion. II leli
tT award .silver medal 1 centennial KxiMtsltion.
. - ' 1" ' niMioiii oumiieHM. I nir prices
lOWCSIt. We KK not In lha ..fu I c . f ........
territory uivtu. Aliiue afe Co.. I in'clLnali. O.
djrrpr to skso a month can bb made
P I J working for us; at'enrs preferred who
can furnish a horse and give their whole time to
the business; snare moments may be profitably
employed also; a few vacancies in towns and
cities. B. F. JOHNSON & CO.. 1009 Main St..
N. B. Please state acre and business exre-
rience Never mind about sending clamp for re
ply. B. F. J . A Co. apl 4 ro
AN EXTRAORDINARY OFFER To all want
ing employment. We want live, enetvetic
agents in every comity in the United States and
Canada to sell a patent article of great merit, ON
1 MlvKI la. An article having no competition,
and on which the agent is protected in the ciciu
t ive sale by a deed given for each and every coun
ty he may secure from ns. With all these advan
tages to oar agents, and the fact that it is an article
that can be told to every house owner, it tnieht not
be necessary to make "A.N EXTRAORDINARY
OFFER"' to secure good ac ents at once, but we
have concluded to make it to show, not only our
confidence In the merits of onr invention, but in its
eaiaouity ny any atrent that will handle it with
energy. On- agents now at work are making
from siso tot to a month clear, an.i this fact
makes it safe for ns to make our offer to all who
are outof employment. Any agent that will give
our business a thirty days' trial and fiil to clear
at least $ltal in this time, abovb all bxpknses.
can return all goods unsold to us and we will re
fund the money paid for them. No ench em
ployerof acrent ever dared to make such effers.
nor would we if we did not know that we have
aeents now makine more than aonhle this amount.
Our large descriptive circulars explain our offer
ful y, and these we wish to send to everyone out
of em pi yment who will send ns three one cent
postage stamps Tor post ace. send at once and se
cure the agency in time for the boom, and go 10
wort on tne terms named In our extraotdinary of
fer. Address at once, N atiosal Novblty Co.
M4 Smit nfield St., Pittsburgh, Pa.
A list of lfW newsnsners divided into STATES
AND SECTIONS will be eent on application
To those who want their adrertiio2 to rav. we
can offer no better medium for thorough and ef-
rective work than the various sections of our Sb
lbct Local List.
Geo. P. Rowell &. Co.,
Newspaper Advertising Bureau.
10 Sprcce St., N. Y.
J. M. BEUUISLEY,
iTTORNET AT LAW Office with J. T Ken-
A worthy, 1745 Second Avenue.
ITTORNET AT LAW. Office in Rock Island
LNational Bank Building. Rock Island, 111.
E. W. 1IUKST,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW
Office in Masonic Temple hlork. over Rock I..
land National Bank. Rock Island. 111.
a. d. flvniitr.
O. L. WALK KM.
SWEEXET & WALKER,
ATTORNEYS AND COCNSELLORS AT LAW
Office in Bengston's nlock. Rock lsland. III.
ATTORNEYS AT LW Loans money on eood
securitv.makescollectioiis. Heferenre. Mitch
ell & Lynde, bankers. Omre In Postoflice block.
THE DAILY ARGUS.
?OK SALE EVERY EVENING at Crampton'a
. ews cttand. rive cents per copy.
D. S. SnilREHAN,
ARCHTTKCT AND Sl'PE RINTENDENT. M ain
office Cinctnnatti, Ohio; Branch office over
First National Bank, Rock lsland. fl2 ly
ST. LUKE'S COTTAGE HOSPITAL,
.N THIRD AVENUE, between Tenth and
aievenin streeu. reo 14-iT
WM. 0. KULP, D. D, S.
OFFICE REMOVED TO
Rooms 16, 37, S3 and 29,
Take Elevator. DAVENPORT, IA.
HAS INVENTED A
which does its work in a
CIt thoroughly purifies the air and
removes ail obnoxious smells.
For sale at Etnil Eoehler's
Price 50 cents per box.
Thursday, and Fkiday
July 17. 18 and 19.
Admission 25 cents,
Game called at 8:80 p. m.
I a IW -
TI is powder never varies. A niarvet of purity,
strength and wholesomeneee ; more economy
than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold by
competition with the mnftitndeof low test, short
weight alum or phosphate powders, field only
cant. Ri.t.i. BaaiNH I'owntb Co., 11 Wall Ht
wesi oeoona tsireei,
DAVENPORT. - - IOWA.
New Patterns Received Daily.
Prices Lower tbsn ever before.
Patent, Cast .and Wrought
Cheapest Fence in the world for resi
dence and lots.
Made any height desired.
J. E. DOWNING,
Snccessor to Geo. Downing, Jr.,
The fiuest carriages and buggies in
the city can be had at any honr
of the day or night.
Mil. 191fi Third
IIA9 PURCHASED THE
and has removed to
Third Ave., and Tenth St.
CSne solicits the trade long enjoyed
his predecessor and as many new
customers as wish to favor him with
Corner Elm St., and Seventh Ave.
RUDOLPH HINCHER, Prop'tr
A GRAND CONCERT
EVERY THURSDAY EVENING.
sHTThe finest garden io the tri-cities.
ssas 11 two ks v sssa
8 8 IIOQNNNS8
H II i K K N 8
8 1IO N It N 8
8SS" IIO N It N 88S8
8 II G GO N N N 8
8 II ii U N N K a
8 8 it U U N .KK 8 8
8SS8 II UOO N N.N 8SS8
Skventeknth St., (upstairs.)
J. M. BUFORD.
Th old Fire and Time-tried Ooapasiaa
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID.
aa kw u maj rename company Ci
lott patronage Is aoUcrted.
(jpr Offlaa la Arywa block.
V, SM H F. V.M. S.
Honorary graduate and medallist of the Ontario
Veterinary Collvee; member of Montreal Veter
inary College, and member of the Veterinary Med
ical Association, will treat on the latest and moat
scientific principles all the diseases and abnormal
conditions of tne domesticated animals.
Examinations, consultation and advice positive
Calls Promptly attended to.
Charges moderate in every case.
Office, residence and telephone call, Commer
ctal hotel. Rock Island. 111.
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l RHhrthi ,tiw IMTKOVKO
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this vpeohc urpoe. c iur
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AirtiC I J'ol, at ) aruab rm r i
It ttlaatatltir Or la. at .., U tt 'i ,MMt in -mmk
I wKrN niati V
UfMl(Impn.vrmeolov?r mU other twite. Wonai cmpcr-.
Da&MiuiycuivdinittintiMtti.. avUI pamphlet 4c Utnp
hl-NI.N V Aii I rllSALE
kki m m m w I km kw Or
XI' KM PRY STACK. No iMmn
niience required. Wnw for terms. I. U.
UKAU fO.. KalauiM, Mirk.
-OP ALL DESCRIPTIONS
Promptly and neatly executed by the Aasira Job
CaT8peciaI attention paid to Commercial work
wmt ! Ik a J
mo VJiTiift.iT a nnxm-r
lASiTlftUtMtmtkTtUN IF Wot
FoR LL S $hWk (LAU$ 50AP
by N. K. FAIRBANK & CO., CHICAGO, IL!,.
mm ml : ! m - e - i
. Embalming a Specialty. Fiorsl Desiarns furnished.
No. 1805 Second avenue. Telephone No. 109
I'::- ? ok
SNIDER. ProTitr. 1
DAVIS & CO.,
A complete stock of
Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing,
Hose, Fire Brick. Etc.
Sole Aeents for
DEANE STEAM PUMPS,
and SIGHT FEED LUBRICATORS
We guarantee every rne perfect, and will send C; ; .
Twenty day'p trial, to rvspotiMule panie.
A Safetj' Heating Boilers, and d-vtiac-
lors lor iurnisning ana ia wf,
Water, Gas and Sewer Pif.
1712 First Avk ,
Kock IsJantl, Illinois
Telephone 114S. Kesidenco Telephone 10o.
F. C. Hoppe,
No. 1SOS Second A.ve.,
Rock Island, 111.
SEIVERS & ANDERSON,
Contractors and Builders,!
All kinds of Carpenter work done. General Jobbing done on short
nolu-e and satisfaction guaranteed.
Office and shop 1412 Fourth ave., ROCK ISLAND, ILL
' TIVOLI SALOON."
.Second Avenue, opposite IIarer House. The choicest imported
"WINES AND LIQUORS.
Imported and Key West Cigars, a specialty.
J. M. CHRISTY,
Steam Cracker Bakery,
mHUTACTTTim Of OaUCXIKI AID lltCVITS.
A ik jour Grocer for theta. Tkiy ara beat.
aV-alaltlai: Tba Chriaty "0TtT" aMttaOhlUtj "WAm."
RCC IRLAND, TT.L
H. D. FOLSOM,
No. 1707 Second avenue, Rock Island
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor and Bnilden
Office and Shop Corner Seventeenth St. . . T . Tolnrl
and Seventh Avenue, IvOCK lSlaua.
All kind of Artistic work a specialty. Plana and estimates for all kinds of building
f urnifhed.on application.