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THE "ROCK ISTjAND ARGUS TUESDAY, SEPTEMBEH 3, 1889.
THE COMMON COUNCIL
The Municipal Pody Haa an Im
KrrtM laapartaat OrUaaaeca Re
reive mm Keren- Tmm F.lertrle
Citt Cot'xcn. Room. Hock Island,
Sept. 3 The city council met in regular
semi-monthly sessional 8 p. m., Mayor
McConochie presiding and all the alder
men present eicepl Ncott. The minutes
of the last two meetings were read and
approved. Officers' reports for Angust
were read and ordered placed on file.
Alderman Hchnell from the claims com
mittee, rr ported favorably tbe claim of
Thomas Fahey. In ferred buck. Also
to allow f 23 lo Mary Free. Report re
reived and adopted 12 lo 1.
Alderman Schroeder, from tbe finance
committee, reported an ordinance, which
was unanimously adopted, allowing bills
out of the various funds, as follows:
LA. OB riT BOLL.
Ant !. Ann SI .
John Kinney h ' f
.lhn Hartb SS 00
Vl m Ferael 18 0
Theo Hol.lorf SKI
Thro ree M HS
John Murphy 84 M)
Joe Bollmiin IH Ml
Jacob tilil Si SO
John Mh.hao !M Nl
WmO Hri. n .. SO
.lhn Vlener 1." Ill
Wm Thonia WW
John llririua HI Nl
Ben F Koli ttl (Ul
8Conw.ll ft (HI
Adam Mtbaan M 8ft
Jea MrUnald IN T.
lu Mulqneen '.1 Kjk
Henry rJauknr 84 7.1
Hurt Kemluy U l
Thoa O rem Vt no
Peter Lark in M 85
Wm Pervnaou Ml W
(' A Bark CO
Uvn Arrber !M Nl
John Muliiien lift (m
Frank An-her Id 0
Frank MrUonnell in Nl
Wm Nelson 1m no
Kl A Brasher y so
M III uno
Wm Kataer IH Nj
Jrob Die.. . 18 fO
Ed k.n IT, M
Mich Kolry. H t
H Mfrrah lit no
Jnhn'lrMahau Ill AO
Hlrh Manlon 1. Hi
Jonathan Huller IS 00
I. 11 Im.lley 7 N
Wm Mnrrin 1ft 8
Kl h I'ender , 17 Nl
1. Thom 1 60
John Km ... 11 fin
Pat II ll.TU 14 HO
Martin O'c'onni-ll 4 AO
John Oilmore 17 S
Joo Smith 1H i.i
Joa Djeen 14 i
II Bl u'kxlork 7 yS
J B Nown IH AO
0 H.-lthroniU V Ml
Mu-b Smith ' lo ao
Jna CoaterlinK is ui
II Hamilton IS no
ten Kirarh 1H 00
Hat Noonan IN Ou
Hold Klchardaoo li V
o lltihhard I AO
N L Hoover is on
b r koip mo
laeac Dili-h.... 1A till
Weo Nokra is no
John H .Mhi In Is 141
Pnrley llnnaun 17 00
Knht llurtl 14 ll
tleo Unir 17 4.1
J.a Kpitit l; 4ft
Jatura Kelly . 1 1 4
1 Inlunil h 111
Wm N.irria 17 4:,
Kruat Orell Is Ul
Claim Mueller 8 Hi
I'ai K Ivrlau . . Is 141
Jaa Slater Vi trt
J antra Mahnnry IS nil
Pal I onwell is 00
Johu Murphy 1J 11
John Conway IS Ul
Tana mattery.. Is no
Tim Mellon I Nl
John Kilaaell 1 AO
l 1'oiiirr.lin total
M Hreilahew 11 li
Fat Meenau SO
Lahor pay Mil H I i.nnihar at
No 1 1.T1 MI11 Ct
Lahor pay Mil Oavia at Co
No 11 ll-W Xf Stewart Mont
1. ark In A Staph tKWKI Plow Co
Wvyerhauavr at H iMtrl'a Son..
lieukinan 1 10 fO J Vork t'o. ...
Labor par roll Lahor pay nil
No 1 (II SI) Not
io I. Eyater. An Ml k W linaley....
ilUKh C'onwell. HI taj J II Hchulu
rim Aniit vT
U W llmiyr.... t: if M erhnry
PJl.er a hi Kred Alt. ra....
Larkln titrph 10 IA
Mtewart at Mont 8 in A arlm.n
4 ' 00
l i no
i H I
Clothing allo w UK M) Peter Boland . .
,:, (at M M .Helton....
As XI V .1 Cary
An Ml John Milliiieen
An ii Mra A ll. rkeri .
fin li Kred Alter
Ml no H I Oa Co
AO oil Jamea Hardin. ..
John Schaah . .
teo lli'tter . . .
R I f Co ...
4 In City Clerk
8 no Oeo W U llarrla.
4 Ul k I Art'iia
C W Kilaaimmon
Lahor pay roll Davla at Co
No I Wis (.5 M Yeihury
Lahor pay roll Lmon I'nul Co. .
N08 'if. Ml K I Arifiia
aiuoai) aVKMi;s ici ninr.
W W KXi(leton
K A Donaldson. 64 45 John E Downing
Wm McConorhie Kl 3.1 .Itm L ilaaa
Koliert Koehler. ImiiiWL Sweeii'-y
II C llama Mi Mi ieo M Lo.ilvy ..
PI1ISTIN0 ai toi nt.
K I Arjfoa 7 ui Union Pig Co....
I IIIHT act OUNT.
R I Klertrlr Lk'ht ( o
WATER WOHKH OFT ARTMItKT
John A Mumn. IHI Ul o f H at Mfn Co
Wm hrliinidt .
Pat o llern
I lan Daly
T! 50 M Yrrlmry
TH AM C K I at P R K .
mi no Mercbanla' Elec-
611 ui c,
AO 01) R I Artrua
:l l) I'nlon Print Co..
14 5A II Keticker
6 ui K Knick
A 111 Warnot'kat Rala-
D HI ton
si HO R I ia to
C V MininirCo..
Davia at t o
Divla at Co 8AA K, C H I at H K R .
M Yerhury. ... HC 64
mat Alley Kd Su,k.'i H8 Hpenal Second
V HO arenue 7S no
V40 4-i Contingent 7H 45
1 4 OV Salary 8.VJ Hi
oH as fruiting M Ul
l on I.inlit fti5 km
75 U) Uaterw'ka con. 1116 AO
.. Son A6 Total M.B34 13
Also, allowed Rock Island Gas Co
-.oi; i . rt. hiivis, receiver, 25. A
bill or Mr. Hubbard was referred to the
street superintendent and street and alley
wjuiuiiurc. viuer Dins were laid over
The fire and light committee was au'
tborized to move a shed at the Wide
Awake hose house, on motioii of Alder
man Howard .
Alderman Hampton, from the street and
alley committee, submitted a report on
matters Id the committee's hands, which
was received and adopted.
Alderman Hampton, from the ordi
nance committee, submitted an ordinance
for tbe improvement, by paving and
curbing, of Twentieth street from the
north side of First avenue to the south
side of Fourth avenue. Referred to the
street and alley committee.
Also, an ordinance for the paving and
curbing of Eighteenth street frony the
north line of First avenue to tbe south
Una of Fourth avenue. Referred to the
street and alley committee, and the mayor
wss authorized to name the commission
ers, whereupon the mayor appointed the
treet and alley committee.
Also, an ordinance giving tbe fire de
partment right of way on tbe streets in
cases of fire. Passed:
Ayes-iluncber, Howard, Hampton,
Corken. Negus, III, Evans, Knox,
Brhroeder. Lark in 10.
Noes Hetter, Bchnell, Edwards 8.
Alderman Corken moved the adoption
of an ordinance repealing an ordinance
passed Ang. 6, 1 889, for a sewer on Seven
teenth, etc. Adopted unanimously.
Alderman Hampton presented an ordi
nance for a sewer from the alley south of
Second avenue on Seventeenth street to
Fourth avenue, by special assessment
Also, an ordinance to create tbe office
of city collector with a compensation of
2 per cent on collections. An amend
ment to refer back to tbe ordinance com
mittee was lost. 8 to 3. Alderman Negus
offered an amendment fixing the com pen
satlon at 1 per cent which was lost. 8 to
0. and tbe ordinance was adopted nnani
Also an ordinance granting right of
way to tbe Central Street Kailway Co. for
twenty years along ourteentn avenue
from Twenty-eighth street to Thirtieth
and on Thirtieth street to Kightband-a
half avenue, with electric fittings, etc
Mr. E. II. Guyer read a petition of prop
erty holders along tbe proposed line
showing consent of a majority of the
frontage, and of the Central Street RalN
way Co. for the passage of tbe ordinance.
Alderman rk-bnrtl moved to refer to the
street and alley and ordinance commits
tees, the city attorney and the mayor
Carried, 11 to 3. (Howard. Evans.)
Tbe clerk read an ordinance making
tne annual tax requisition, the amount
being f ri8,il2. fussed unanimously.
Alderman Hampton submitted the first
estiuiHte of Second avenue paving, show
ing a.ii .'-J square yards or purine, and
1.4116 feet of curbing completed, and
moved that Atkinson & Oloff. contrac
lors. ne auowe.i fa,i3.&7. Carried un
Alderman rUronton offered a reaolu
tion allowing Lurk in & Stephens 500nn
the Union square tilling and $500 on the
Twentieth street sewer. Carried unaiii
Alderman Schnell, from the sewer com
mittee, reported certain bids wbich tbe
clerk was directed to open.
Alderman Schnell moved that the clerk
invite new Puis for tbe water main on
Third avenue. Adopted.
Bids for the filling of Union square, six
in number, with varying conditions, were
rejected. 8 to 5.
Bids for continuation of Fifth avenue
sewer were read and referred to the sewer
committee and the mayor, with power to
Rohekt Koehler, City Clerk.
Alatra Hrnrdtrl Taaift-M.
Tonight Mr. Alden Benedict, whose
"Monte C'risto" entertainment in Rock
Island a little over a year ago gave him a
strong foothold here, appears in bis new
play of "FaMo Romani." Tbe produc
tion was put on at the Turner Grand
Opera House at Davenport Sunday and
the Tintta of last evening says:.
Mr. Aiden Benedict with bis excellent
company gave a matinee at the Grand
Opera House yesterday which was well
attended, and flattering to this most ex
cellent company. Tbe story of a young
girl eager to escape from the arduous
duties of a convent, marries a wealthy
count whom she does not love; the
treachery and baseness of a nesr friend;
overcome with the heat on the wayside,
tbe traitorous friend bribes a villain to
bnry Lis unconscious friend in his own
tomb; the awakening and escape from the
tomb, tbe realization that bis friends
fail to recognize him with bis snow
white hair and pinched feturcs, the en
trace to the garden of his home and the
discovery of bis faithless wife in tbe arms
of his false friend, the resolve on ven
geance, tbe carrying out of it, tbe in
tened incarceration of his wife in the
tomb where be was buried after divulg
ing to her his identity is powerfully
portrayed by the excellent acting of Mr.
Benedict, and the histrionic ability of
Miss Frances Field who makes up a
most henutiful and attractive woman.
William I. Butler sustains his part well.
rest of the company. The
Grand Oiiera House managers are d
termlnvd to please their patrons by pro
curing most excellent taleut.
OimmI af rnlii;.
"(lno.1 iiioi"iiiii, gentlemen." khiiI the new
tinier, as lie joined a trroup this morning.
"It Isu't a ikmI ninriiitiK," rijniilel one
of tiioae p eet.-il.
"I iin'iiii, I lioie you have Imilagixitl morn
til);, aHiil liunili l '
"lint we bMveti t, minx the uiiauiiiioiLs re
ply. "Wlmt I mi'iiiit." Kiiil (lie, new comer,
"wait Unit I hon you woulii lutve Iiu4 a
m tiiotiiin if it. Inn I vn h Rixxl morn
"'n onul l. Imt it. a.u't. c ilnln't,"
wan the reply.
"Well, then. kh1 Hfii'moon," ni. the new
comer, mul oh lie wnlki'il. i'rovitlt-m-e. Jour
nal CIimoko ami tlmt.
Ijirrv Ji-roiiiu i. .
w... L.,,.- m..,.. , "uy ua
.'..f uo.-t, wiiun Mto pr
! h:km nKeii mm, us a iitvor, to write a sen-
tliiunit witli liia ui)tvjraph in the reRurter.
uurie i Jrry thought a moment and tlwn
wrote: ! citine to this hotel fur a change
and rest The waiters pot tiie change and
the landlord not tbe rest" brook lyn Citi
tun. In the pursuit of the gooq things of
bis world we anticipate too much; we
eat out the heart and sweetness of world
ly pleasures by delightful forethought of
tliem. The results obtained from the 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, appetizer,
L 1 .1 ;r. . .
uiiHHi puniier, a nure cure lor ague and
malarial diseases. Price, 50 cents, of
A Cambria county, Pennsylvania, pa'
per speaks of John" Parrish lieing "fur
nished with much pain" by the kick of i
I have been mi annual sufferer from
hay fever for forty years. . It recurring
anoui August 2ii each year. For sev
eral summers I have used Elv's Cream
Balm with excellent results. Iam free
from any asthmatic symptoms. I hone
many sufferers will lie induced to try the
remedy. George Earp, Baltimore, Md
Although there are scventv-three difs
ferent languages and about eight hundred
dialects spoken by the American Indians,
the sign language is equallj understood
by all tbe tribes.
Bright teeth, and lips that glow the while,
Give iiir bt and color to a smile:
And, infinitely more than this.
Give light and color to a kiss.
But both must suffer from tbe want
Of the life-giving SOZODONT.
At Black Hawk watch tower landing
for rent by tbe hour or day . Ten row
noaia, three tail boats and one barge.
oft Coal for laie
At my yard, corner of Eleventh atrnet
and Tenth avenue, at ten cents per bush
el. B. Davenpoht
Aug. 80, 18H9.
Fimples, boils and other humors are
liable to appear when the blood gets
heated. To cure them, take Hood'a bars
The Orand Frertqnisite af Vigor.
Tbe dual operation of dif estion and as
similation is, tbe grand prerequisite of
vigor. To insure the convsrsion of food
into rich nutritious blood, it is only nec
essary to use with persistence and sys
tematically Ilostetter'a Stomach Bitters.
Tbe fountain head of supply in the ani
mal economy is the stomal h. To regus
late, to invigorate that or,;an, and thus
facilitate its digestive an t assimilative
processes, should be tbe chief aim ot
those troubled with a deflc t of stamina.
Nervousness, inscmania, fetble appetite
these are usually traceable to impaired
digestion. Overcome this and you of
necessity dismiss its multifarious, per
plexing and harras8ing synptoms. The
emaciated can never hope t gain flesh so
long as assimilation is imiierfect. The
Bitters surmounts the only obstacle to anj
increase not only of vigor, but of bodily
substance. Conquer also with the Bit
ters malaria, kidney and liver complaint,
constipation and rheumatic trouble.
Thoroughness characterize! its effects.
Two bad boys In Georgia placed a bar
of iron across a railroad trick, and then
signaled an approaching train in order to
get a free ride to the next town as a re
ward for '"saving" the train.
A Great Inrpnst
Is in store for all who use Kemp's
Balsam for the Throat and Lungs, the
creat guaranteed remedy. Would you
believe that it is scld on its
merits, and that any druegist is
authorized by the proprietor of this
wonderful remedy to jive you a
sample bottle free? It never fails to
cure acute or chronic couehs. All
druggists sell Kemp's Balsam. Large
bottle 50 cents and fl.
A very large porpoise was washed
ashore at Quonochontang b-ach a day or
two ago, and scores of peop e went down
to tbe shore to see it. It is houeht that
a sword fish drove it ashore.
What is more attractive tl An a pretty
face with a fresh, bright complexion?
For ft use ivzzonra powder
A HEW DISCOVERY
Z. i . i' ...I N .
For tbe nire ot Seminal 'veak-
neas, Impotency, Nocturnal
Emissions, and Stunttd De
velonmenL av a-rv
loy amorption. Applied d re t to
tne. farts. Mo naoaeoua dram that
rain toe stomaca (luarantoed
u-h luarantiod in
j refnnxled. sent f i
t ol the li. S.
1.1 f tn, f O
ure or money
... .. . . v,
receipt of J
ALBERT MEDICAL CO.
Purei Palatable: Pdpulari
trntvMl luriu. Niid in tan, Ugmj n tMtfiit'H.
Mater4r Und it Inrnljabifv for
Soup. Stew. Meal Saur, Ritnll -on. t
Aa HwrTra, atrontrtT rrronn ifniit d br
loatllmc phyairiHiis, ftir liiTahdn. u .tattta aitd
h. Atirwtlzinff and ncntiiirtlit mutf.
Jkk your druTtfi-t or itruoar for
Armour's Beef Extract
W aeud RAf . for aatnpl parkt fte and
dt4M-npiiv patuptilL, u,
ARMOUR & CO.. Chicago.
Patent. Cast and Wrought
Cheapest Fence in the worlj for resi
dence and lots.
Made any height deiiired.
J. E. DOWNING,
ocaOteaaor to . .
Saturday and Swdai,
Sept. 13, 14 and 15.
Admission 25 cents,
6am called at 8:80 p. m.
We confine our Loans to Improved
Farms in the safest counties of
Iowa, and on rcques:
Prompt payment ef principal aid interest
HEINZ & IIIRSCHL,
John Volk & Co.,
Bash, Doors, Blinds. Siding, Ilooring.
and all klnda of wand work fnr hi 11,1.
Eighteenth St., bet. Third and Fourth ave..
PEERLESS DYEIi best
For liLACk' KTIirilMJS.
Votnrm that either
- n mmm aa nmt raua.
Bold by Drngtsa, Also
Peerlesa Bronze 1'ainu 6 colon,
Pterin. Laundry lilui ig.
PcarWaa ig Uyaa jolora.
t ROYAL tem'i Jk J
Tt la powder never vanaa. A tnarrel or nnrlty,
tienirth and wholeoomeneen ; more economy
than the ordinary kinds, and cannot n sold by
competition with the multitude of low teat, abort
weight alnm or phosphate owdera. ttld olym
"-"" norL naaiHa r owns a vo., ioa wan Bl
TOR BENT ROOMS SUITABLE FOR OF-
nreeorawelling. J. D.Taylor, Muth avenue,
T7WIK KENT A COTTAOE IIOCSR NEAR
E the reaideoce of O. Moore, at (iylvan view-
enquire oi tne unaereigned. ti. MUJKK
FUR SALE Corner lot with two henaee at a
harealn if taken noon. Theo Free, corner
j wciun cireei ana sevemn avenue.
TtOR SALE A Pood work team, wavon and har
ne. cheap. Enquire of Theo. Free, corner
Tvnltlk I w .W
WANTBD RELIABLE LOCAL AND TRAV
eling aalearaen ; posiiiona rermanent; apec
lal inducements mw; f ant selling epeciaitiei.
Don't delay; aalary from the a tart.
BROWN BROS., Nurserymen, Chicago, m.
QALESMKN-WE WISH A FEW MEN TO
KJ-eu onrgoodt hy aamplc to the wholeaale and
retail trade; on aalary; largrat maniifarturera in
onrline; inrloaeHc vtamp; Waives $3 per day;
permanent po.ition; money advanced for wagea,
advertlt.ing.Btc. CENTENNIAL at'F'Q CO.,
"rA5'.TK.t:.OEJ'TS """" SKW PATENT
Iha. : retail nrioe kfi : ithanTa";.-'. Bxl i 1
T. . iH"Vi,t medal 1 Ontennial Fxnoaition.
I""'"'''' biislnes!.. Our prl.'e
t.Trit..ry Kiveu. Alpine fe co-. t inc-lnnaU.O.
df7fT TO aSO A MONTH CAN BE MADE
4 J working for na; airenta preferred who
ran fnmiah a home and give their whole time to
the huaineaa; spare momenta may be profitably
employed al-o; a few vacancies in towna and
ritiea. B. P. JOHNlSON S. CO., 1009 Main St.,
N. B. Fleaae at ate age and hnaineaa expe
rience Never mind about vending atamp for ra
ply. B.F.J, a Co. apll-Sm
TJie Great Restorer!
1HE 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 rnnvinre topi that
mncb aa i claimed for THE OEKAT KE8T0E
kR the halt la not told.
t.. III KM-From whatever form of complaint-whatever
malady. Here Is Your
For nr. ulare containing a history of thia Wow
Ptarui. Rtaicnr. and some remarkable letter,
from ieople well known, addres a below.
Tbf Grat LVstortr Pharniafopial Worts,
nruanu avenue, Ullliiu-aixilia. Mian.
rWi'rice ! so ier bottle
For aale hy a rug-
Brownson the Hatter,
Saturday, Aug, 31, '89
BernnJ and Main Street, Davenport Inwa.
STATE OP ILLINOIS,
It oca iliku CormTT,
In the Circuit Court of Rot k Inland connt), Sep
tember Term. A. 1., lttf.
William Dt-erine at Co , va. Thomas M. Croathwait
rf.'illo.T. i.""J! H, " ln attachment.
M. Croathwait and William F. Cnrnthwaii fiZZi 1
wrtt of attachment, iwm-d out of the office of the
clerk of the Circuit court of aid county, dated
the via day or Ancnat, A. II. 1HWI, at the stilt of
the aaid William Deerinc Co., for the sum of
Fifteen Hundred and Sixty-nine and 6-1,100 ($1,
NKHIH) dollar, and asainut the eatate of the said
i nomas m. I roathw m and William r. (Toslh
wait, dlre!ted to the sheriff of raid Rork Island
county, wtiicn said writ ha. been returned ex
Now, therefore, unless yon. the said Thomas M.
n win wan ana imam r . crottvait. shall per
wmally be and appear before tbe said t Ircnit court
of said connty nu or before September lsth. !,
rf the next September term thereof, to be Iwldsn
at the Court house in the city of Rork Island, In
said connty, on the first Monday of September.
A. D. linn, give special hail and plead to the Mid
plaintiff's artion, jndirment will be entered against
you, and in favor of the said William Iieering A
t'o.. and so much of the Dmnertv MttMha .nav
he snftlcient to satisfy the said judgment and coate
will be sold to satisfy the same.
Rock Island, IIL, Angnst 23, 1W.
GKO. W. OAMBLK, Clerk.
Adaib Pleasants, Plaintiff'. Attorney.
DAS INVENTED A
which does its work in a
Wit thoroughly purifies the air and
removes all obnoxious smells.
For sale at Emil Eoehler's
Price CO cents per box.
T. H. ELLIS,
ao tirr oa
Mercer County, Chas. Peterson
LEHIGH and SCRANT0N
Hard Coal, Brick, Tile, Etc.
Office corner Fonrteenth St.. and Second Ava. '
Telephone MSG. a.
? ALL DESCRIPTIONS
Promptly and neatly executed by the Aasus Job
aSW-Bpacial attention paid to Cosunerdal work
THE preparations used by barbers are not more vile than much
of the soap used for. washing the head and hair. Rank with
powerful chemicals or with an excess of alkali, they draw the nat
ural oil from the hair, causing decay and baldness. The Ivory
Soap, as IYof. Cornwall, of Princeton, says, "Is very well made.
The alkali is so thoroughly combined, it can not injure any thing."
Insist upon your barber using only Ivory Soap and water when he
gives you a shampoo.
A WORD OF WARNING.
There are many white soaps, each represented to be " just as good as the ' Ivory ' ; "
they ARE NOT, but like all counterfeits, lack the peculiar and remarkable qualities of
the genuine. Ask fur " Ivory " Soap and insist upon getting it.
Oor.yrti.-lit IW, by
New El Seet Grocer7
GEO. E. BROWNER,
(Successor to Danquard A Browner)
lLOTJli JLNJD FEED
Family Groceries and Provisions,
He solicit a Share of tht tradnnd will mat a nrioAn aa Inn?
as the lowest. Telephone connections.
GIVE THE NEW
Tailoring -:- Establishment!
I have opened at 420 Brady
and complete stock of FOREIGN
Call and examine our stock
No. 119 Seventeenth Street, Rock Island.
tSPCleaninjr and ropniring done neatly and cheaply.
COatrORTABLE and ELEGANT
For Sato tor Leadlnc Dealers.
KTa Solely ty "WE. Troy, H,7
J. !H. I1KAUIISLEV,
ATTORSKT AT LA W Office with J.
wortnj, 17S5 Second Avenue.
ITTORWKY AT LAW. Office In Rock T.lan4
tNaUonal Hank Building. K.M-fc laland. 111.
a. D. IVKENKT.
a. L. vuut.
SWEENEY & WALEEK,
ATTORNEYS AND OorjN8RLlXR3 AT LAW
Office in Bongaton'. block. Rock Island, IIL
A- v a,at a... n ai iwmp bai nir J lH mjvmwm
wmm tft. A-.J liuc, Walit.ciBX. UU1CS AU MTOfWIUGU U.OCW
THE DAILY AIKilH.
FOR 8 A LB KVERT KVKNINO at Crmmpton's
New. Hland. cive eenta per copy.
IK S. S( HCKEVAN,
ARCTITTKCT ANlsrPKRINTKNDBTNT. MMa
office Cinc.ni atti, tihin; branch office over
Pint National Bank, Hock I a land. fls ly
ST. LUKE'S COTTAtiEJIOSriTAL,
fl" THIRD AVBNUB,
between Tenth and
IYM. 0. XULP. D. D. S.
OFFIOB REMOVED TO
Rooms M, 27, in and 2D,
Take Elevator. DAVENPORT. I A.
HAS FUROHASED TIIK
and has removed to
Third Ave., and Tenth St.
CJfHe solicits the trade long enjoyed
by his predecessor and aa many new
customers as wish to favor him with
J. M. BUFORD.
Aa aid Flra and Time-tried Onapaalaa
re pre a ii led. .
WSSES PROMPTLY PAD).
Bill, aa lw aa ear reliable com pur aam aaTaaaa.
i wmz patronage a. aoucUML
Procter 4 OamMc.
STORE A TRIAL.
street, Davenport, with a new
and DOMESTIC GOODS.
A. D. WALSH.
2 1 2
West Second Street,
DAVENPORT. - - IOWA.
New Patterns Received Daily.
Prices Lower than ever before.
Aeent for the world renowned
Victor Safety Bicycles.
Aleo carry in stock a full line of lower grade
" "i wmig i rum .ju iu :neape.t price,
J. D BUT
V. S H Fi V.M. S.
Vaoorary nadaaU and medaUlat of tbe Ontario
Veterln.ry OolU-ie; member of Montreal Vetee.
laary Collefre, and member of the Veterinary Med
Hal Aaeocintion, will treat on tbe latest and moat
artcntlftc princiile all tbe dlaeaae. and abnormal
condition, of the domesticated animals.
lamination., eouanltatlon and advice positive)
Calls Promptly attended to.
Charges moderate la rrery ease.
Office, re.tdenM and teleubone call, Oommer
clal bote!. Rock lalaud. 1U.
ul satisfaction In tb.
aire of Gonorrbiea and
Gleet. I prescribe it and
feel aafe In reooinmeno
Inc It to all aaflerers.
I A. i. UTOSER, BJ.D.,
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CHAS. W. YERBURY. Manager.
The finest carriages and buggies in
the city can lie hail at any honr
of the day or night.
L. G. SNIDER, Proptr,
No. 1916 Third Avenue.
F. C. Hoppe,
ISTo. 1SOS Second Ave.,
Rock Island, 111,
All kinds of Carpenter work done. General Jobbing done on short
notice and satisfaction guaranteed.
Office and shop 1412 Fourth ave., ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Second Avenue, opposite Harper House. The choicest imported
"WINES AND LIQUORS.
Imported and Key West Cigars, a ipccialtr.
jr. M. OHEISTY,
Steam Cracker Bakery,
HAaUTAOTVKIB T CaUeilBI IIS BIKtTTS.
Atk your Grocer for tkta. Tker ara best.
Waaaciaiuas: TbaChristr wTWTBB" aaa Oaatsty W4J-5.''
' WOK I1LANP. ILL.
H. D. FOLSOM,
- -No. 1707 Second avenue. Rock Island
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor and. Builder,
Office and Shop Corner Seventeenth St. . T i T 1 J
and Seventh Avenue, I . XVOCK Island.
I-AU.kljds of ArUsUc work a specialty. Plant and estimates for all kinds of buildings
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DAVIS & CO,,
A complete slock of
PipS Brass Goods, Packing,
Hose, Fire Brick. Etc.
Sola A Kent, for
DEANE STEAM PUMPS,
and SKJHT FEED LUBRICATORS.
' ?rnte everyone perfect, and will send Caps,
1 o ty day's trial, to reioiisibl artie..
Safety Heating Boilers, and Contnu
tors for furnishing and laying
Wattjr, Gas and Sewer Pipe.
1712 First Avk.,
Rock Island, Illinois.
Te laphona 1148. Re.idenoe Telephone 1(0.
-Steam s Gas Fitter-
AND DEALER IN
Wrought and Cast Iron and Lead Pipe,
Hose, Packing, Sewer and Drain Tile.
Steam and Gas Fixtures.
aHS"BeBt work at fair prices. Estimates furnished.
Office and shop 219 18th St. Telephone 1188.
Rock Island, 111.