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THE HOCK ISTiANI ARGUS, TUESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1889.
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Lat Mfchta Kf gular Meeting of the
Niam Halter f laapartaae
Arte !.. I Mejware to M
rille4. afea at I he Rallra !-
Other Manieipal Affair'.
Cm Corm-ik IIoom, Kock Island.
Aug. 19 The city council met in regular
semi-monthly sesaion at 8 p. m., Mayor
McConorhie presiding and all the alder
men present. Oa motion of Alderman
Hchroeder the reading of the minutes was
The clerk wad a petition of J. P. Wil
on and other, living eat of 15 rooks'
Crossing for free water for sprinkling
Fifth avenue. Alderman Larkin moved
that the prayer of the petition be granted.
Alderman Htiirocrier moved as an amend
ment that half rate per monlh) le
charged. Alderman Edward moved an
amendment to the amendment that full
rate be charged. Nub amendment car
Aye, Howard, Ituneher, llamp'on.
Hetter, Neeua, 0rkt-n, III, S huell. Knox,
Noes Fran, rVhroeder. Larkin, Scott
The clerk read a petiiiou of Mary Tree
for damages sustained by U-ing thrown
out of a vehicle by obstructions placed on
the street, Ilefem-d to cUini, com
The clerk read a petition of A. C. Dart
and others to investigate the city's right
and title to open Twenty first atreet south
from Ninth avenue to the city limits
Referred to street and alley committee.
The clerk read a petition from John
Sauermann and others protesting against
being assessed for the sewer to be built
on teventeenth street by special taxation.
Heferred to sewer committee.
The clerk read a petition of S. T. Silvia
and others to place a watering trough on
Fourteenth street near Second avenu?.
Referred to waterworks committee.
Alderman Evans offered a resolution
that the street and alley committee he in
structed to advertise for bids to fill Union
square eighteen inches above grade in the
centre, sloping to the outer edge at grade,
and appropriating f I.fiOO out of the side
walk fund to do the work. Alderman
Elwards offered as an amendment that
the work he done by the day . Alderman
Howard moved as an amendment to the
amendment farm be appropriated for the
completion of Franklin square. Alder
man Hetter moved aa a substitute that
the filling of Union square be referred to
the street and alley committee to ascer
tain cost, etc. The substitute was voted
upon and lost:
Ayes Hampton. Hetter. Corken, 111,
Schroeder. Larkin, Scott.
Noes Buncber, Howard. Negus,
Schnell, Evans. Knox, Edwards and the
Alderman Howard's sub-amendment
was then adopted:
Ayes Howard, Buu.l:er, Hampton,
Negua, Corken. Schnell, Evans, Edwards,
Noee Hetter. Ill, Knox, Schroeder,
Alderman EJwards' amendment that
the work le done by the city by the day,
was lost by the mayor's cabling vole as
Ayes Buncher. Hampton, Hetter,
Corken, Evans. Edwards, Larkin?.
Noes Howard. Negus, M. Scnnell,
Knox, Schroeder, Scott and the mavor
The original motion then cirried aa
Ayea Howard, Buncher, Hetter. Cor
ken. Schnell, Evans, Knox, Edwards,
Noes Hampton. Negus, III, Schroe
der. Hcott ft.
Alderman Evans offered the following,
which was adopted unanimously:
IUActnl, That the city council of Rock
Iiland do heartily indorse the mayor and
marshal in removing otlii'ers when found
Intoxicated, and we hope no guilty officer
Alderman Larkin offered the following:
That the city clerk is hereby authorized
to notify the C. H.I. X. P. and the C.
R. & Q. railways to construct gates across
Twenty fourth street, and the R I. & P.
railway and the C.J! & (j. railway gates
across Eighteenth street within thirty
Alderman Buncher offered a resolution
instructing the ordinance committee to
prepare an ordinance granting preced
ence of right of way on all streets and
avenues in cases ot fire alarm, to . the
apparatuses of the fire department.
Alderman Buncher offered a resolution
to request the city attorney to examine
and report as to the powers o' the city
council to license telegrsph. telephone
and electric light poles, and also its pow
er to forbid the use of the streets for such
purposes and request their removal. I J.
erred to the street and alley committee
and city attorney.
Alderman Buncher offered a resolution
directing the superintendent of street, to
make monthly reports to the council of
all Uie work done under bis charge, and
the comI of material, etc. Adopted.
Alderman Buncher Offered a resolution
authorizing the agent of the Ottawa Tile
Co. to put dow n one stre t crossing free
to the city on the west hide of Eighth
on r ourth avenue.
Alderman Buncher offered a resolution
that the committee on printing invite
proposals to publish in one daily news
paper the full proceedings, including all
annual or other reports of officers, mes
sages, reports of committee, etc.. etc., as
the city clerk may furnish for publica
tion. Heferred to printing committee
Aiuerman t.vans moved lit at a com
i mittee of ten tie appointed by the mayor
to cooperate with a committee appointed
by the president of the Citizens' Improve
ment association to attend the river im
provement convention in Cincinnati, to
advocate the ixdicy of general building
of canals, and the Hennepin canal in par
ticular, the committee to consist of five
aldermen and five enterprising business
men, the committee to pay their own
The mayor appointed as such commit
tee Messrs. Morris Roaenficld. J. J. Rei-
mers. Walter Johnson, T. H. Thomas
and J. YY-Potter; and Aldermen Chas.
Evans, Win. F. Schroeder. F. Ill, W.
Howard, and A. II. Hampton.
Alderman Edwards moved to open the
bida for the extension of water maina
and the clerk read the same as follows:
L B. Burton, 0 inch main on Third
avenue between Sixteenth and Sevea
teenlh streets for ft. (K) per foot; with
out pipe 68 cents per foot: 25 cents re
daction where there is no rock; I. 8.
Burton, 4-inch main on Second street
62J cenU per foot: without pipe 82,
centa per foot. Referred to water
works committee, with power to act.
Alderman Corken moved that the
Wideawake Hook and Ladder company
be authorized to build a atall to its hose
house, the cost not to exceed f US). Al
derman Negua moved to amend that
f 130 be allowed. Amendment carried.
Alderman Howard proved that the
committee on Ore and light be instructed
to enquire Into the telephone service for
a general firs alarm system at lower rates
than the common telephone. Referred
to the fire and light committee.
Alderman Hampton offered a resolu
tion changing the elevation of grades at
streeU and also
and Ninth and
Alderman 1 1 amnion offered a resolu
tion authorizing the city clerk to reciive
all voluntary assessments offered by tar
ties assessed for the paving of Second
avenne. Carried. I'
Alderman Hampton reported as lathe
location of public watering trougls as
follows: 1. sou'h side of Fratklln
square; 3. west aide of Twentieth atfeei.
near the center of Union squartf; S,
southeast corner of Elm or Thirtieth
street and Fifth avenne; 4. corner of
Ninth street and Fourth avenue.
S.Tbird avenue and Twenty-fourth street.
Alderman Schnell moved that the location
of the water trough on Twentieth street
be changed to the corner of Fourth
avenue and Eighteenth street. Motion
lost, and the original report adopted.
Alderman Edwards moved that" the
contractors, Atkinson fc Oloff, tie allowed
$700 on account. Carried, and the
Alderman Hampton offered an ordi
nance amending the general ordinance on
sidewalks. Adopted. Alderman Schroe
der moved to appropropriate $50 for
drainage purposes on Thirtieth street.
Alderman II snip ton reported the oil
vert alove Wagner's brewery rn bad con
dition. Referred to the street and alley
committee and they mayor with poer
to act. Adjourned.
Robert Kof.hlf.r, City Clerk
Messrs. W. A. Mecse, L N. Ecklund
and Jiibn r rey, oi Moline, all prominent
officials of the United Ancient Order of
Druids in Illinois. Mr. Ecklund being
national grand arch of the state are in
Rock Island today reorganizing Charity
Grove 32. by reclaiming Its charter and
putting it solidly on its feet sgsin. The
order, primarily, is of Asiatic origin
History speaks of it as an order of priests
and learned men among the ancient Cel
tic the race of people who left the par
ent hive in Asia at a very early period.
and settled in western Europe. In Uul
and Britain (the France ami England of
today.) for many centuries preceding the
christian era, and at the time of the in
vasion of these countries by the Romans,
the Druids were the most prominent and
powerful order. They presided over the
religious celebrations of the people, and
were their judges, legislators, philoso
phers, physicians and instructors of
youth. The order first assumed its
present character in England in the year
1TS1. The date of its introduclicn into
America has not been ascertained. It is
supposed to have been introduced atout
the year 18;50, but was not permanently
established until 1S39, when Washington
Lodge No. 1, of New York, was organi
zed. It is a moral, social and beneficial
Ilat Oae 'alanire.
By request of a citizen of Moline, Con
gressman Get recently wrote to the post
office department, asking whether in case
of the consolidation of Rock Island and
Moline. there would be two distinct post
offices, as now. The following letter,
from the office of the first assistant post
master general, will explain itself:
Washington. I). C.. August IS. 1889.
Sih: Yours of the 3d received. Should
the cities of Rock Island and Moline be
consolidated, it would not lie proper to
continue both of the postofflces under
their separate names, with separate post
masters. The proper thing to do would
probably be to have one office of the
same name as the consolidated city, and
make the postofflce a branch thereof.
This would certainly be much more sat
isfactory to the citizens, aud would -Xe-dite
the delivery of mail. 1 have the
honor to lie, very respectfully.
Tium. B. Marciir.
Acting Supt. Free Deliverv System.
Hon. W. II. Oest. M. C. R.ick Island. III.
The Moline Iijatch sensibly concedes
that Rock Island is the only name that
could lie rightly and consistently applied
to the consolidated city, when it says:
Moline people will be under the im
pression that Mr. Marche dues not appre
ciate tne situation. We fail to see how
it would expedite the delivery of mail to
have our mails pass on to the Rock Island
postofflce, and then be sent back by street
or mail wagon for distribution at a sub
17 Philip Slein to Simon O Stein, pt
sw 4, containing 20 78-100 acrt-B. 32, 17,
Philip Stein to Simon O Stein, pt sw 4
containing 15 acres, 32, 17, 5w. 150.
Paul A Keller to Jane Stoddard, lots 6
and 7. block A, Griffin & Co's ad. Mo'.ine,
19 Frederick Luckenback to William
Bensenberg, pt lots 1 and 4. block 2,
Edward's 1st ad to Moline. $100.
Hay Fever Inffarart.
The number of eople annually af
flic ted with this most annoying malady
seems to Ue preatly on tbe increase.
m m ... . ..
iue editor 01 mis journal is an
annual victim, and. witb a view to dm
cover a sperinc cure, naa inert numerous
remedies. Of these Ely's Cream Balm is
tiy all oUils the qumkeat and moat satia
factory, two spoliations uxually allay
ing tbe uaual symptoms in the nose and
eyes. We would lecommend its uie by
all subject to bay fever, and we trladly
hear unsolicited testimony to its efficacy
in our own cane. w -Media, Fa
Two young ladies of York, I'a.. while
playini; "ring." ran their heads together
ao violently thst they knocked each other
unconscious for several minutes.
Raws About Town.
It is the current report about town
that Kemp's Balsam for the throat and
lungs is making some remarkable cures
witb people who are troubled with
coughs, sore throat, aatbnia, bronchitis
and consumption. Any druggist will
give you a trial bottle free of cost It is
guaranteed to relieve and cure. The
large bottles are 54lc and 91 .
A small boy killed a blue racer at Ben
ton Harbor, Mich., the other day by cut
ting off its head with a hatchet. Tbe
snake waa fully sii feet in length.
In the pursuit of the goo-a things of
'his world we anticipate too much; we
eat out the heart and sweetness of world
ly pleasures by delightful forethought of
them. Tbe results obtained from tbe use
of Dr. Jones' Red Clover Tonic far exceed
all claims. It cures dyspepsia, and all
stomach, liver, kidney and bladder
troubles. It is a perfect tonic, aooetizer.
blood purifier, a sure cure for ague and
malarial diseases. Price, 50 cents, of
brought a multitude of ills upon human
ity, so sait-b tbe ancients; but a bottle of
Hoiodont is a well-spring of iov in the
family. It refreshes the invalid bv
cleansing his mouth and fits the belle for
ftlf-Dsfsaas Afaiast a Dana-area i ret.
Forewarned ta not foreamred in the case
of those who incur the risk of aii attack
from that dangerous foe, malaria unpro
vided with a means of defense. But if
those in peril are aided, sustained and
reinforced with the great fortify! ig safe
guard, Hostetters Stomach Bitters,
miasma, proline Dreeoer oi eviu mani
fested in the shape or bilious remittent
and chills and fever, ague cake, dumb
ague, and the eaUntura of the latbmua
and Central America coast, is nullified
and rendered harmless. Our western
pioneer settlers and miners, d ellers in
tropic lowlands, and visitors of and
dwellers in malarious localities in this
country and many quarters of Die globe.
have lor years been acquainted with the
fact and are constantly provided with
this unparalleled defensive med cine aud
remedy. All disorder of the .stomach.
liver and bowels, rheumatic and kidney
complaints and rheumatism are conquered
For beauty, for coratort, for improve
ment of the complexion, use only Poz
zoni's Powder; there is nothing equal to
Pond's Extract used forty years by
physicians and the people for I ain and
intUmmations. This success atampa
every bottle of the genuine.
Traveling Men (moke and See amend
vja.i rt ra
Tl ie pow.ler never vanea. A mar I of pnrtty.
strength and wholeaomeseae; mo -e economy
than the ordinary kind, and cannot he aold by
competition wita the multimdeof loa test, abort
weight alum or uhoauiiate powdera. M eait a
tint. K..T.1. BUKina i'owmi Co., liw Wall Bt
On the Steamer
Saturday, Aug. 24. 1889.
Ronnd Trip Tickets, : $2.00.
The boat will leave Rork 1-land at t a, m. ebarp
anu return Sunday evening Unit v. 11 arrive at
iturlinrtoii at 4 p. m. Saturday and leav. there at
Bt flora on Mimiay a-orr.ing
Thin excursion will be the event o' the mimii
in thai line. o utmug drink to be eold on th
boat. All kind of refreshment can be bad on
the boat for thowe who wish thrm.
Comk Onk! Comk All!
and have a good time.
fW Thi w 11 be the only eTcnmioa thin aeaaon
to HnrliiikMc.l) ticket can he out tmed at the
Iiiaruotid Jo offlVe, or H. aV WageV levtaurant.
o. II1I.1 second avenne.
STATE OF ILI.NOIS,
Ko It Inland County. ( -
T the September term, A. D. 1R-J f the Circuit
court In t haieery.
Edirar IeKret Folmm and Bride it Brodrrirk.
complainant, v l-aram- Lowrr. Kmilv N
Lowry, 'and Marshall Field. Lorel.KoU. Wood-
houer. Joneph N Field, Harlow U. Hiirenboi-
tom, John U. Mrvt illiam. partuert a Marball
rieid a. I o Allien A. spra-ur, titbo 8. 8.
Sprague and Ezra J. arner. partner ai
SpTairiie, W arner A Co., Clement Baine Co.,
Winona Mill ikinifmny, John 11. Lowry, de
f endanta - Bill to ForecloM.
To the above named defendant, th Winona Mill
Affidavit of yonrnnn-reidenreha inr been filed
in me omi-e oi the clerk ot aid cirrnit conn
Company, that thTlnlve" nami'd" SaSSPJtJilil.
have filed in said court their bill of complaint
KBini you on tne rnancery ine or eaic court;
that a ummons in chancery ha b-en iaaued in
said r.ane airaiut yon returnable to the next
term of aid nrruit court to be beg in and bolden
at the court hnune in the city of 1 ork Iland In
aid county, on th first Monday if September,
A 1. lMtiV. at which time and place you will ap
pearand plead. anwrr, or detuur 1 1 said bill of
complaint, if you ee flu
hock 1-land. III.. July 93. A. D. 1489.
GEUKbE W. O aMBI.E.
Clerk of raid Court.
ttwiENtr A Walceb, 9ol're forsomplt'e. d4w
8TATK OF ILLINOIS,
KlH'K IrL&NllCoUKTT, (
In the Circnlt Court, September Teim, A. D. IStW.
C'ome1iu H. Smilh vn. the t'nki.own heir of
Maaon Filch. rii-cea-d In Chaii.ery.
A flidavlt that Uie name of the unknown tieir
of Maaon Fitrb, tbe aiiove defent ant, are un
known, having been filed in the cU rk ofHre of
the circuit court of aid county, notice 1 there
fore hereby eiven to tbe aaid defen Jant that tbe
complainant tiled hi bill of com ilaiut in aaid
court. on tne chancery aide tberaor, on the SSd
day of July. 1ieH, aud that thereup.au a ummono
iKUed ont of aaid court, wherein rid auit hi now
petd tng. returnable on tbe Brat Monday In tbe
month if September next, aa i by law required.
Mow, nnlra you. tbe aaid def.-ndant above
named, th unknown aeira of Ma aa fitch, de
ceaaed, -ball pemonally be and tppear before
aaid circuit court on the flmt day of Oie next trim
thereof, to be boldeoat Kork Iclatid In and for
aid count r. on the firat Monday in September
next, and plead, anawer or derat r to the aaid
complainant bill of complaint, th i aaraeand tbe
matter and .htnga therein charg id and atated
will be taken aa confeaaed. and a I ecree entered
agninat you according to the praver of aaid bill.
Kock leland. 111., July. S3, lnxsl.
UkU. VT. (lAMBLK. CW-rt of aai l Court.
Anna FLsaaaitTa, Compt'a Sol':-. d4w
We confine our Loans U Improved
Farms in tbe safest counties of
Iowa, and on requ .-st
Prompt payment of principal and interest
HEINZ & mjiSCHL,
J. Mr bu ford;
. '- tin 1 aiiiinalai
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAD.
aaaaaalowaaanyrariabUeoaBtiary aa 1
AGISTS WANTEDTHREE FIR8T-CLAH8
aenu for Davenport, Rock Ilmi and Mo
line. tJomelhleg new: sell, oa eight ; liberal
terms. Address SU9 W. Thl rd 8i , Davenport.
WANTED RELIABLE LOCAL AND TRAV
eling salennen; poeitiona permanent; epee
lal Inducement now; fam selling specialties.
Don't delay: salary from the etart.
BROWN BKOS Nursery men. Chicago, XIX.
SALESMEN WK WISH A FEW MEN TO
iwll our good by sample to ihe wholesale and
retail trade; on salary; largest manufacturers in
oar line; incluee lie etamp; Wages 3 per day;
permanent po-liion; money aivs need for wages,
advertising. Etc. CENTENNIAL MfG t.,
Juno 17 Cincinnati. O.
ANTEP-AGENTS foronr NEW PATENT
til'. "'Io"L''", : mii; weight
ins. . wall pno-Sx,-. other in proportion. High
ejtt award ""liver merialt Centennial Kxpoattton.
r??L. Permanent bunlnewi. nr price
territory a-lven. Alpine cmfe CoJctuclunaU. O.
Aryc to so a month can be made
P J working for oa; agent preferred who
ran famine, a borrc and give their whole time to
tbe buaineae; rpare momenta may be profitably
employed alo; a few varanriea In town and
citte. B. . JOHNSON CO., 1009 Main St.,
N. B. Pleaae etate age and boainees expe
rience Never mind about vending stamp for ra
plr. B.K.J. A Co. 8 apl4m
The Great Restorer !
IHE MEDICINE WHICH CURES,
This is a Medicine that Conquers
and Eradicates Disease.
"It is the most Remarkable Develop
ment of this Age of Progress
A little investigation will convince von that
mnch it is claimed for TUKQEKAT BEST0&
aE the half ie not told.
.Alt I F.at From whatever form of com
plaintwhatever malady. Here Is Your
For cir. nlara containing a history of this Won
dsbpui. Kikpt. and mmt remarkable letters
from people well known, addrs as below.
The Grtai IVsivrtr rharmaropial Werls,
ISob Portland Svenne, Minneanolis, Minn.
SlfPnce $!.S0 per bottle. For sale by drug-
A. D. HUESING,
Repreaenta. among other time-tried and well
known Fire Insurance Companies, the following:
Royal Insurance Company, of England
Weschester Fire Ins. Co., of N. Y.
Buffalo German Ins. Co., Buffalo. N. Y.
Rochester German Ins. Co. Roch'r N-Y
German Fire Ins. Co., of Peoria, 111.
Citizens Ins. Co., of Pittsburgh, Pa.
Exchange Fire Ins. Co., of New York.
Office No. NVW Second Ave..
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
HAS PURCHASED TUB
and has removed to
Third Ave., and Tenth St.
ty He solicits the trade long enjoyed
by his predecessor and as many new
customers as wish to favor him with
Uream Halm I nvV I
Cold in Head
A particle I atinlied Inln -h nnatrll and im
I yTT"".- rn fiO centa at Itrartrt'te ; bv mail
1 r .tir C:rr.k "H..l lllCKa. m war
Wednicsday and Thursday,
Aug. 20, 21 and 22.
Admission 25 cents.
Game called at 8:80 p. m.
Corner Elm St.. and Seventh Ave.
RUDOLPH niNCHER, Prop'tr
The Third Subscription Concert will
be beld on
FRIDAY EVENING, AUG. 23.
WTLe finest garden in the tri-cities.
J. D RUTHERFORD,
V. S H F. V. Mi S.
eaorary rradaaU aad aaedalllat of the Ontario
Vatartnary Col leg; BMtnher of Montreal Veter
iaary Collepa, and BMrnibar of lb Veterinary MedV
teal Aaaociattoa. will treat on the latent aud aaost
acten title ptinciulo all tbe dlseaaoa and abnormal
cenditlona of th doaaeatlcated anLtiala.
BxamiaaUoaa, couaaltatioa atadvtot poalUr
Calls Promptly attended to.
Charges aaoaerata ta every caae.
Ofllea, reeldeae and telephone call, Conuner
clal hotel. Hock laland. 111.
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B I O O Ml K
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II O If H N
MM . II . N M N
. I d M NUN
JI ti O NNN
Iie U NiNN
MM II OOO N
St., (up Btaira.)
Foundrymen, Miners and Mechanics, find the Ivory Soap the
best to wash up with after work is done. It removes dirt and
grease quickly, and is easily rinsed off, leaving the skin soft and
smooth. Ivory Soap floats, so if dropped into the water is not lost,
for it rises quickly to the top and floats like a chip. Ivory Soap
lasts long and costs but little.
A WORD Og WARNING.
There are many white soaps, each represented to be "just as good as ttie ' Ivory ' s "
they ARE NOT, but like all counterfeits, lack the peculiar and remarkable qualities ot
the genuine. Ask for " Ivory " Soap and insist upon getting it.
Copyright, 1&D6, by lTocter A Gamble.
at the head of Seventeenth street, which I will sell on
terms to suit purchasers.
Monthly Payments Accepted 'if Desired.
These lots are in a beauti ul, healthy locality, and are
100 Per Cent Cheaper
than any lots now offered for sale.
gF"Persons can buy these Lots and improve them as
cheap as the3 can pay rent. Apply to
Corner Eighteenth street and Second avenne.
THE FOURTH AVE. HOTEL
has chanced hands, having been leaded to
"W". vJ. GAMBLE,
wiiofor many yearn wa the rffli-irut mprrint.-ntlent of the Moline A Rock inland Street Rail
way. The bo-jpe h- been ih muf hly renorated and refarnintieil throughout and ill lie
run strictly &it-clas. Special rau-a to city boarder.
Corner Fourth avenue and Twenty-third street. Rock Island.
COMFORTABLE and ELEGANT
For Sale by Leading Dealers.
HTd S0I0I7 ly Tim. AXXS,Trpytir.Y
1TTORSKT AT LAW Office with J. T. Kea
1 worthy, I7S5 Second Areoua.
ITTORSKT AT LA V, Offlre In Rock Tlan4
L National Bank Building, Uck Inland, I1L
a. l. aa t rnrT. e. k waxajaau
SWEEXEY A WALKER,
ATTORNEYS ATT) CrNSKLIX)RS AT LAW
Once in BenpntoQ hkiek. Hock laland, UL
ATTORNEYS AT LlW-Loan money oa aoa
aecnriiy, make collection. Reference, Mitch
ell A Lynde, bankera. Office In Potoffloa Uiocav.
THE DAILY AlUilS.
FOR BALK EVRRT KVKN1NO at Craaptoo,a
Ncwa Htand. Htc eent per copy,
I). S. 81HUKEVAK,
ARCH ITTCCT ANHSCPKRINTBVD KNT. Mala
offlee ttncnuatU. Ohio; Branch ufflee over
rirat KaUoual Bank, Rack laland. tit ly
ST. LUKE'S COTTAGE HOSPITAL,
ON THIRD AVKNl'K, between Tenth and
Eleventh streeU. feb 14 tf
WM. 0, KULP, D. D. S.
OFFICE BKH0YXD TO
- MASONIC TEMPLE,
Boom M, ax, ta and 89,
Take Elevator. DA YEN PORT, IA.
. Patent, Cast and Wrought
Cheapest Fence in the world for resi
dence and lota.
Made any height desired.
J. E. DOWNING,
ooceseor to Geo. Downing, Jt
AGENTS WANTED X
Hw a wavi av. no prevKMU asp.
it? i , . a tB
v est serosa otreet,
DAVENPORT. - - IOWA.
New Patterns Received Daily.
Prices Lower than ever before.
Aeente for the world renowned-
Victor Safety Bicycles.--
Alfto carry la Mock full line of lower erode
jrliul. wu!.. .. tnit aViMk .
HAS INVENTED A
which does its work in a
iwTlt thoroughly purifies the air and
removes all obnoxious smells.
For sale at Emil Eoehler's
Price 00 cents per box.
Promptly aad neatly executed by th Amavm Job
0T8pwCial attaattoa paid toCeauMrclAl work
CLOUGH & CULTON,
Embalming a Specialty.
No. 1805 Second avenne.
Tbe finest carriages and buggies in
the city can be bad at any bonr
of tbe day or night.
L. G. SNIDER, Proptr,
No. 1916 Third Avenue.
E. C. HOPPE,
jSTo. 1SOB Second Avo.,
Rock Island, 111.
SEWERS & ANDERSON,
Contractors and Builders,!
All kinds of Carpenter work done. General Jobbing done on short
notice and satisfaction guaranteed.
Office and shop 1412 Fourth ave., ROCK IS. LAN P. ILL.
Second Avenue, opposite Harper House. The choicest imported
WINES AND LIQUOKS.
Imported and Key West Cigars, a specialty.
J. M. OHEISTY,
Steam Cracker Bakery,
ABVVAOTOftU Of CBAOXBU AID BISCVtTS.
Ask your Orooer for tkasa. Tkey ara best.
Vtaacialties: TkaCartaty ")Ttnm m w Oattsly "WATCm."
RsKTK ISLAND. flX
H. D. FOLSOM,
B. F. DeGEAR, H
ContraLctor and Builder,
Office and 8hop Corner Seventeenth Bt.
and Hevenln Avenue,
IVAU kinds of Artiatic work a apecialry .
DAVIS & CO,
A complete'stock of
Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing,
Hose, Fire Brick. Etc.
Bole Agents for
DEANE STEAM PUMPS,
and SIGHT FEED LUBRICATORS.
We gnarantee eery one rrfcct. anit will aend Cap
Twenty day'e trial, to napouMble partite.
Safety Heating Boilers, and Contr
tors for furnishing and laying
Water, Gas and Sewer Pipe.
1712 First Avk.,
Rock Island, Illinois. '.
Telephone IMS. Residence Telepbotit 1(0.
Floral Designs furnished.
Telephone No. 1098
No. 1707 Second avenue, Rock Island
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Plan aad estimates for all kinds of buildings