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THE HOCK ISLAND AKGUS, TUESDAY, MAY (j, IfcJJO
Uegular Monthly Meeting of
The Old I'oaarll coaelade ll Hunt.
neaa the Kew Members Take
Their Heam.Baameaa tf the Two
City CodncUi Rooms. Kock Island,
May 5. TLe council met in regular
moDtLly session at 8 p.m.. Mayor Mc
Conocbie presiding, and all the aldermen
present. The minutes of the last meeting
were read and approved. Officers' re
porta for the month of April were read
and ordered received and filed.
The mayor reported a vacancy in the
police force, and submitted the name of
Mark Thomas as policeman for confirma
tion. Confirmed. Yeas 13 nays 1 (Het
ter.) Alderman Scott, from the claims
committee, reported favorably on the pe
tition of Ellen S. Andrews, for refunding
of taxes paid by error, and moved that
$14 95 be allowed as claimed. Report
adopted and amount allowed.
Alderman Schroeder, from too finance
committee reported the audit of the
monthly bills and offered an ordinance aU
lowing the same, which was unanimously
adopted, to the amount as follows:
LABOR FAT BOLL.
S 39 00
Ttteo Hoi rf
W J Brown
W ra Kraeger
Adam B liaab
Wm Kenrus ,
V M Bnshnow
Hugh Conwell ,
Peter Lurk In ,
B K Thompson ,
John Johnson No 1.
John Johnson No 3
J D Mean
.8 23 i'.
. ! 5
. It) oo
. 30 Sr.
. SI (Kl
. 19 HO
. IK 50
. SS 15
. 19 50
. 15 no
. ii 00
. o 0.1
. 1 SO
. Ml oil
. 21 00
. Ml 00
. 8! 75
. 15 00
. it 50
. 91 HO
. jo as
. ) till
. 18 HI
. IS Oil
. SI in I
4 fx I
LI I ftl
Klch I'endar in 50
I'eter Moddle 9 10
John Knsly a no
Chas Hraetrer l 50
F Msrcral n
John Ash 7 mj
Thoa Pender In K'j
Dave Hlackstock l 00
Pat U'Herne tm
Martin 111 mi
Kd Kane 11 wi
John Kooney... y 35
John Mater 111 Mj
Tiui Sexton 7 It)
John Conway 13 m
John Brust y 7s
John H 11 Her n ur
Peter Cumyn 1 511
MI) Lynch nun
Alf Amirew 12 00
Au Cornell h no
Nels Peterson t; ii
John Iliiirlcb 6 on
John Seltr u)
H McDarrah 7 Mi
J B Noreen 7 so
H H Harris 7 511
N P Nelson g no
Nam Jout y On
C W Wilson...., jo eii
Nets Johnson.. .1 no
Chaa Johnson u tin
Oeo Magulre a no
Oust Llnd 3 14,
John Kblers jj n
Kmauirell ;j mi
Louis Thompson h
Fred Oross 1 50
1'Uas Kurth u
John Shelly I sy
Oeo Long ja
Thos Slaltery 10 50
.las Kelly n 40
Pat Klvelin u 4n
Martin O'Conncll )n 50
Mich l ougtillu in sf,
Chaa Baker h is,
7'no Faiiey u ri
Wiu Ilanimond i v.
Fred Prechl k yr,
O M Llnd 7
Oust hadel b 40
W D Hpauldlug 5
Kd Brasher n as
John Condon si mi
Albert Heduiau n no
Wm Fairts ! ii
John fteese 7 50
Philip Croniu 7 f.i
Wm HeeUin 8 on
John Murphy a M
ft Cunningham 4 10
Mich Smith 3411
Hoot Uurd 1 K5
M Cuinaly a io
L U Dudley
Con Bresnahau . .....
Peter O Farrall '.
1 1 -A
Hteoheu O'Connor 87 00 John Flannlgau..
L U Dudlev
Kl 00 Jotin McCnrthr..
a Stepb'n O'Coniior
27 00 Chaa Brlndle....
iw Tom Ml-Donald..
17 S5 Sum Lligenliell..
4 60 Hugh Conwell.. .
25 50 Dave Ja milium..
as SO a h. mi sou..
) 5 Jos Boliiiinii
a Ol John Miehan....
VI 00 Wm Ki-rki-1.. ...
1 6l Jan Kdgar
8 no Ja .Miil(iieeu .
13 50 John Fleener....
75 o Barki-r
H 1)0 W B Hill
10 50 it Schmidt
Henry Richards. .
J 11s McCarroll. ...
Sam Lugenbell.. .
John Johnson. . . .
1-abor pay roll Shellberg A Tropp
No 1 1154 75 Stewart A Mont.
Labor pay roll Wheelan Bros...
No S .ilSO 60 J B Danforfh . . .
R I L Jt Mfg Co. . 37 70 John Volk A Co
Weyer Deuk... 4 ao H O Paddock....
Lahor pay roll 11 u Paddock....
No 3 723 BO
RI L Mfg Co.. 14 IW K Omler... .
Stewart A Mont. Bl tt1.! Kahlke Bros
Oao L Eyster.... S3 00 8 B iiendren'
Tho Green St 00 Oeo Ort-en
Oeo Rebner 0 00
Clothing allo'w 18 75 A Carlton ....
Phil Miller 75 no M ii Hexton.
Oeo Long 58 83 J Lerkli
John Brennau... 60 00 Mrs A Herkert
L Kramer fto Oo Will Gray "
John Schaah.... uO 00 John Shelly "
Oeo Hotter 60 00 Smith ft House
Peter Logo 50 00 L Kramer
Peter Bolaml 60 00 Kl Gas Co
John Mulqueen . 60 00
R I Gut Co 7i J B Danforth....
PL Mitchell 175 00 F Protar
H K Cordca 12 CO City Clerk
Wide-Awake 104 20 Gilpin
HoUv 40 00 M Yerburv
Phoenix 26 W Oeo W Huber. .
Cable Uose Co... 25 00
WHAWWAp- WL Sweeney....
pletou 19 SO
M Elec Light Co.. 42 40 Brush Light Co..
Wm McConochle 83 83 J L Haaa
Robert Koahler.. 100 00 W L Swecn-y
U C Harris IIUU Loosley ....
NINTH STREET SEWER ACCOUNT
EIGHTEENTH STREF.T IMPr.OVEMENT.
J Volk Co 15 00 H G Paddock....
TWENTY -FOURTH STREET SBWBR.
R I Argua M 12 H O Paddm k....
. 8TXTItNTH STRkET SEWER.
II O Paddock
R I Argua
L Smith .t
- John A Mnrrin. 100 00 Water rent coll..
John Meehao. .. Ti SO Mcht Elec Lt Co
T J Heddlg 72 50 Davit A Co
John Kllaon 50 00 M Verbury
Mich B rencan . . . 60 00 Beardsley Jt Co . .
Andrew Brady. . 60 00 C M A 81 P R K.
Wm Morrla 7 60 P B Lime Asso..
Pat O'Henio 4 60 Wheelan Bros...
Wm Kaiser 60 C B Jt Q K R....
Dap Daly 60 Carae Aulilweiler
C V Mining Co... 147 05 K I Gas Co
Ward Brady... 29 66
Street Alley . 2,417 48 Salary
Hpmcar Square 737 86 0th at 1 fewer
22 1 10
Police Dcp 79 45 21th St Sewer.... 8T lt
Office 212 72 17th Bt Sewer.... 1 85
Fire 226 40 Printing 82 60
Bridge 18 80 Sewer account... 5 00
Light 65 48 Waterworks 642 12
Contingent 1 25 -
Total f5.85 89
The following bills were also allowed:
J. H.Lloyd, 56: 8. S. Hull, $100; At
kinson & Oloff. $5,000.
Alderman Schroeder moved that the
mayor und clerk be authorized to issue
city orders to the amount due the retir
ing aldermen. Carried.
Alderman Schroeder, from the finance
committee, reported the placing of the
sinking fund $8,000 with the Rock
Island Building & Loan association at 6
per cent until wanted. Report received
A bill of $100 f or replacii g the old city
scale with a new one was referred to the
mayor and license committee with power
Alderman Ilampton, from the ordi
nance committee, offered an ordinance
for the building of a sewer on Ninth
street by special assessment, and moved
its adoption. Passed unanimously.
Alderman Ilampton offered an ordinance
for the paving of Moline avenue to Thirty
eighth street, and moved i'.s adoption.
The clerk read a petition of abutting
property owners on said avenue that the
same be improved by special assessment.
Alderman Schnell moved to amend to
refer the same to the new council.
Amendment lost, and the ordinance, af
ter some amendment to include certain
intcrseciiuns of alleys and to extend to
the eastern limits, was adopted by the
Ayes Bunuher, Uoward, Hetter,
llamptVin, Corken, 111. Sshnell. Evans,
Edwards, Schroeder, Scott, Larkin 12.
Noes Negus, Knox 2.
Alderman Howard, from the printing
committee, recommended that a bill of
the Rock Island Argus of $15 for print
ing an ordinance relating to the Moline
Central S;reet railway, be paid by the
city. Referred to the new council.
The clerk real the annual reports of
city omcers. oa motion the same were
received and ordered printed.
HiJs were opened and read bv the
clerk for the construction of the Twenty
fourth street sewer, and referred to the
sewer committee of the new council.
Alderman Runcher offered the follow
".V.vi.'ft'i.', That the clerk bn instructed
to notify the R.ck Island & Peoria Rail
road company to keep cler Fourth
street, between Second and Third ave
nues, on the switch of the stove and the
1 -!.- . I . 1
Aldermttu Buncher offered the follow
"liw'etii, That this cily council
heartily Rpproves of our present City
Marshal Miller in his efforts in keeping
up crossings and oilier matters that have
come undir his supervision, and that the
council tender him a vote of thanks by a
ruing vote. !io adopted.
Alderman Buncher offered the follow
!' ted, lhat a vote of thanks he
tendered to the retiring a'dermen by ris-.
On mot loo the council took a recess to
allow the new aldermen to choose seats.
On reas-Jemh ing the clerk called the
roll of the council for the new municipal
year, and the aldermen from the different
wards were all present, and answered to
their names as follows:
First ward Bladel, Buncher.
Second ward Durmann. Hetter.
Third ward Corken, Ueiger.
Fourth ward 111, Tindall.
Fifth war 1 Evans, Knox.
Sixth Ward Kennedy, Schroeder.
Seventh Whrd Larkin, Thiescn.
Mayor McConochie read his annual
me.-S'ige, which was ordered published
on motion of Alderman Schroeder, after
which the following list of standing com
mittees were read and confirmed on mo
tion of Alderman Schroeder:
Bridges Ruuchur, Hetter, Thiescn
Claims Kennedy, Uurraann, Bladel
Finance Schroeder, 111, Buncher.
Fire and Lights Corken, Tini.'all. Lar
kin. Health and Police Evans, Corken,
Licenses and Markets Biadel, Tniesen,
Ordinances Larkin, Knox, Geiger.
Printing Hetter, Ueiger, Thiesen.
Streets, Alleys and Grounds Knox,
Sewers Tindail, Thiesen, Durmann.
Waterworks 111, Evans, Kennedy.
Alderman Evans offered a resolution
which was adopted, that a committee of
three be appointed to advise with Park
Commissioner Jackson to receive bids for
the paving of Spencer square next Mono
day evening. The mayor appointed as
such committee Aldermen Evans, Corken
Plats of McMaster's second addition
and Gen. Rodman's addition were re
ferred to the street and alley committee.
the following petitions were read, and
referred ns sUtcd:
By Kate Byrnes and others for the
opening of Iwrith avenue west of Elm
street. S'reet and alley committee.
By R. H. Dirt nnd others to extend the
watermain on Twenty-second. Water
By John Median aud assistants at the
waterworks tor shorter hours or increase
of s tlary. Waterworks committee.
By I'eter Fries and others to condemn
lilaptdated building on Eighteenth street
north of Second avenue. Street and al
ley committee and the mayor.
By James Cirroll and others for a
watermain on Tenth street. Waters
By T. H. Ellis for permission to erect
a c ai nouse n.;ar railway track at
Twelfth Etreet. Street and alley commit
By T. C. Nutter for reduction of the
license tor peddling oil. License commit
tee. By S. B. Stoddard, Jr., aud others for
the relaying of a water main on Twenty,
third street. Waterworks committee.
The clerk read a communication from
the Wideawake nook & Ladder company
giving notice of disbandment, and asking
a settlement of accounts. Referred to
the fire and light committee.
- The clerk read a special report from
Health Commissioner Eyster. in relation
to an obstructed ditch in Edsewood
park. Referred to the sewer and health
committee with power to act.
The clerk read an ordinance Sot the
construction of a sewer from Edgewood
park to Brook's culvert. Referred to the
The clerk read an ordinance regulating
the use of public squares. Passed unani
mously. Also an ordinance for the improvement
of Seventeenth street between Second
and Third avenues, known as Market
square. Referred to the ordinance corns
The mayor nominated Henry Baker
for chief of the fire department, and Jas.
Albcrry for assistant chief. The nomin
ations were confirmed.
Kobekt KoF.ni.ER, City Clerk.
The copyright on the original Web
stei'8 dictionary expired in 1889 and I can
now supply any person desiring auch a
work with a copy containing over 1.600
pages, 1,500 illustrations and much addi
tional matter of the most practical and
usjful kind, substantially bound in sheep
for the small sum of $4. I will be in
town ever week and will deliver one of
these works to any (lace in the three
cities desired. Address
A. J. Hartsook, Rock Island, III.
Time is money. -
Sacstatlona that Weald t.rt the
Xambrr rStlaalBC and Bllna eat tei
tera. The following "Suggestions to the
Public" from the Official Postal G uide for
April, 1890, would, if strictly adhered to,
greatly lessen the number of musing let
ters, and save a vast amount of trouble
and annoyance to the public and the post
1. Address mail matter leg', ily and
fuliy. Give name of postofflce and state
in full, street and house number. If the
office be a small one add the name of the
2. Put your name and address u pon the
upper left hand corner of all matter
mailed by you.
S. Oa foreign letters always ilace the
name of the country in full.
4. Do not use thin envelopes; stamped
envelopes are the best.
5. Register all valuable letters .
6. Send -money by money order.
7. If your mail is delivered by carrier
provide a letter box at your residence or
place of business.
8. Affix stamps securely, and on the
upper ngnt band corner.
9. Do not tender for postage stamps
money so mutilated as to be uncurrent, or
more than twenty-flve cents in copper or
10. Do not ask the postmaster or e'erk
to amx stamps for yon.
11. Do not ask credit for postage
12. Do not ask credit for m ney or
13. Do not tender checks or drafts in
payment of money orders or anv money
except that which is legal tender and nas
tionai nana notes.
14. Upon the corner of envelopes sun-
plied by hotels, direct what disposal shall
oe maoe oi letters undelivered.
A Bsaut.fai Book.
A very elaborate and artistic publics
lion, entitled, "Gatesways of Tourist
Travel," has been issued by the pissenger
department of the Chicago and Grand
Trunk railway. It is printed oi, coated
book paper, splendidly illustrated by
scventy-nve engravings, all of the photo
gravure or half tone ptoces9. The book
contains about fifty larse quarto paces,
and will be mailed free of charge, to any
address on receipt of twenty cents iti
postage stamps, on application to W. E.
Davis. Gen. Pass, and Ticket Agent, Chi
cago, & G. T. Ry., Chicago, 111.
The Ftgurea fhnnzod.
Ernest Mamma, in iiirit oi dnv
more I will be 4 years old. AVIiat are
you going to give me?
Mamma Yes. mv rlmr. Ynn kIuiII
have a lovely birthday cake, w iih four
candles in it.
Ernest (thoughtfully) Can't 1 have
four cakes and one candle, mat tnia?
New i ork Press.
Aud the Old Man Came riw n.
'Is that young man gone, Matilda?"
cried 1t father from the tip f tin
stairs. 'Oh, awfully!" returned Mati.la.
The Etfrtiioft of Truth,
ii . . .i f , ..
jie was ma iirsi man who liau ever
pressed her lips, alio said, and until hers
he avowed lie had never known woi lan'.s.
save a sister's or a mother's.
Truth is beautiful, particularly ,n the
The couple were on an excursion, and
as the oars sped away they weie su
Suddenly darknes-s fell uixm them The
expression of disappointment was ujkhi
ins lace as tliey came again into day.
"The fault I've alwava found," iie re
marked half forgetfully, "one comi-a too
soon into the light."
"The Same here," she murmured "I
never could kiss in a tunnel with anv
satisfaction." Philadelphia Tim.
A Nebraska farmer says that when hi
hogs lose- their appetite lie takes 1 hem
oat riding in a lumber wagon and jolts
tliern over the roughest places lie can
We take this occasion to suggest t tin?
gentlemanly cab driver with an uncon
querable predilection for cobblestone
pavements that whatever else nu y lie
said of us we have nut lost our app tile.
"Hi, cabby" (cabman pulls his borst
almost onto the box in his eagerness for
the fare). "How much from here to the
Broad Street station?"
"Thanks, I only wanted to know how
much I am saving by walking then;."
I.ytt unil Lie.
"May it please your honor," explained
the attorney, "the witness insulted me."
"I don't see bow," suid the judge.
"She merely asked you to hand her the
"Yes, your honor; but tihe was refer
ring to my brief." Washington Stat.
No Hunger Thei.
"Sir!" be said to the proprietor of a
dry goods store, "I have called to notify
you not to trust my wife on my aoco mt,
"Don t worry, sir; it has lieen ten
years since you had any credit nt this
store!" Detroit Free Press.
Jack Pretty window garden you hive
here, Tom. Must lie very fertite earth
you've planted the flowers in.
Tom Oh, no. I just got hold of me
of the towels in the public wush rtom
and planted the needs in it. Lawreice
How She Conld Cum fort lliui.
Departing Wife And, John, is there
anything you would like me to sav lie-
fore I die, any little word that will com-
lort you when l am gone?
Stricken Husband Well, Jane, I doi't
know of anything oh, yes! Can't you
leu ine now you make those cookies, so
that I can write the recine for nivaif.
ond wife. I don't think I should eyei
get over your death if the secret of mt k
ing those cookies should die with vou.
' The Eventa Kewraivrr
The past decade has witnessed many
changes in journalism. Until a few years
ago the morning papers bad things pret
ty much tbeir own way, and the impres
sion prevailed, both on the pait of the
public and newspaper men themselves,
that the mornim? issue was thn onlv an.
cesfcful newspaper enterprise. Today the
growtn ana strength of the evening
newspapers an over ine country is phe
nomenal. Each recurring ver finrla the.
evening paper a more important factor in
the journalistic field. Scarcely one man
in twenty has time in the morning or during
the day to read a morning newspaper.
The evening affords the leisure neces
sary, and the evening paper, with its
day's news of the world, with better and
fresher local pages just from the press.
Kiyes its reaaer greater pleasure and af
fords him more profit. Fast mail train
on the railroads leading from the metro
politan cities have had a further ten den
cy to reduce country morning circula
tions and business. The lanre ritv dai
lies are their active competitors. So
now we nnd the evening paper is out-
Rtripninr the morn ine naner in rirr-nU
tion and influence in nearly all the cities
oi ine west. Muscatine Journal.
The Crown dining hall. No. 1708 Sec
ond avenue, is now ready to furnish you
the best meal in the city for 25 cents.
f.50,000 to loan on real estate security.
in sums of 2K) and upward, -wt lowest
current rau-a or interest, without com
mission. E. W. Hurst, Attorney at
law, Rock Island.
Surety oa Bonds.
Those who are required to give bonds
in positions of trust, and who desire to
avoid asking friends to become their
sureties, or who may with to relieve
friends from further obligations as bonds
man, should apply to the agent of the
American Surety Co., of New York.
General Insurance Agent.
Rock Island, 131.
Many New York policemen are able to
feaiher their nests finely, which entitles
them to the appellation one of the
Btware cf Oinimsnti for Catarrn Thai Ocn am
as mercury wi.l surely destroy I he sense
of Muell and completely derange the whole
system when entering it through the mu
cous surfaces. Such articles tdiould
never be used except on prescriptions
from reputable physicians, as the damage
tney win an is ten fold to the good you
can possibly derive from them. Hall's
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J
LDCney is uo., ioietlo. Ohm., contains
ni rmreury, and is taken internally, and
acts directly upon the blond and mucnu
surfaces of the system. In buying Hall's
L atarrh Cure be sure you get the genuine
It is taken internally and made in Toledo
Ohio, by F. .1 . Cheney & C ).
LsSold by druggists, price 75 z per
Watchmaker: These works are very
ru ty. Secdleigh: Well, they oucht to
be: that watch has been in soak for six
Who of us arc vitnotit trouble be tiiey
smull or large? The blessings of health
are best appreciated when we are sich
and in psin. A hacking cough, a severk
cold, or ny throat or lung disease are
very troublesome; but all of these may be
quickly an.l permanently curel by Dr.
Bigelow's Cure. Safe and plcaRHDt for
7hi!dren. lrire SO cents.
Many a man is like a thermometer, in
that he's temperate to a certain degree.
In the pursuit of the gooi things of
his world we anticipate too much; we
eat out the heart and sweetness of world
ly pleasures by delightful forethought of
them. The r ults 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,
blood purifier, a sure cure for ague and
malarial diseaics. IVic.e, 50 cents, ot
The Maine lime industry is slack i-o
they want a tarifT duty.
Don't give up. there is a cure f.-rca
tarrh and cold in the hcd. Thousands
testify that Ely's Cream Ralm has entire
ly cured them. It is a safe and pleasant
remedy. It is applied into the nostrils.
It is not a liquid or snuff. It cures by
cleansing and healing. Price 50,-
A short method of measuring t'mber is
For the lip there is no brightness.
For the teeth there is no whiteness.
Where Sozodont has cot no nlace:
Rut those who use it kuow full we 1,
How bright and beautiful the stell
lt throws o'er man or woman's face.
Begging the question inducing a
young man to propose.
Sought Tor tho last hundred years. A
remedy for catarrh, hay fever and cold
in the head found at last in Ely's Cream
Ralm. Safe and pleasant to use and
easily applied into the nostrils. It gives
relief at once, and a thorough treatment
positively cures. Price DO.
A paper called the Wtilermehm has been
started in Colorado. It is only supposed
to be red on the inside.
Pozzoni's Complexion Powder pro
duces a soft md beautiful ak In : it rnm.
bines every element of beauty and purity.
Activity may indeed be one of the forms
of beauty, as some thinker has stated,
but one never stops to think of it while
pursuing a cable car.
R. R. TICKET
Reduced Rates to all Points.
OFFICE -In Adame Express Office under
BOLE AGENT TOU
The Pope Mfe Co.'e Bicycles. Ladles and
Children's Bicjcles specialty.
Pnria TV,-.r.cntivri 1 Qf?0.
3 Grand rriztis 5 Gold McdaSa.
PUREST, HEALTHIEST, BEST.
ask ior ieiiow wrapper.
r... .. i.
BRANCH MOUSt, BMION SQUARE, W Y8RK.
To sell our goods by sample to wholesale and re
tail trade. We are the largest manufacturers in
our line. Liberal salary paid. Permanent posi
tion. Money advanced for wages, advertising,
CKNIEKHIAL KFQ- CO., Chicago, 111.
A GENTS WANTED
NTJKSEKY STOCK. No pronoun sxp-
rwquirmi. write kit terms. l-
aSAWt K jst luusassM, suck.
R SALE A Sill It ROARn Rlsrk W.ln.it
with marble lop; Inquire at 1148 Second sve.
FOK SALE CHEAP NEW PHOTOGRAPH
Camera, with complete rntfit and Book to take
Pictures, at once, at 1015 Third aveuue. 5-1 w
FOR KENT Honse of Nine rooms on Fonith
avehne between Twelfth and Thirteenth His.
Enqaire of John Koch, Market square. 8-3t
ANTED To bay a merlinm sized second
band desk; address X V Z, care of Auuib.
SECOND-HAND FURNITURE, bought, sold
or exchnnsred. Money loaned or Knruiture
stored at 2U3 East Second street, Davenport.
FOR SALE VALUABLE PATENT IM
provement on Elevators. Now in operation at
Star finishing Works, 8S85 Hamilton bt., Pbilnda.
Pa; preserves life and limb; for full poiticulars
apply to ROBT J. WALKEK, Inventor.
WANTKD. FIRST-CLASS TRAVELING
salesmen at once for Illinois ard Iowa. I).
R. Ingt-raoU A Co., &3 and Dearborn Si. Chi
cago, 111. feb-a;
WANTED AKKLIADLK PF.K!ON IN ROCK
Island and every town in this locality to dis
tribute circular? ; for particulars send references
and addrexH. T. N. Crowley, HM Main St, lerre
WANTKi).A LAUY TO MANAliE A
Branch office, at he r own home, for the Fa
mous Female Siocitic 'iraiie Liiy"; a i-plendid
opportunity; address with stamp. The Dr. Coon
lev Medical Institute, South Bend lint.
WANTED -TWO RELIABLE MEN, WHO
understand Loan A-xx-iHtinn work, to act as
!enerj ag.-nts fur The People's lliiililin.:, Irfimi
and Savinit Association of (ieneva, N. V. Write
early, f ninn age and references
: S. . UAMXHC.NK, Maunder.
J. M. BEltiUSLKY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW Office with J. T. Ken
worthy, 1725 Second Avenue.
WILLIAM J U KSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office in Rock Island
National Bank Iluil.lint', Kim k 1-lnn.t, III.
E. . SWEKSiKT. C. I,. WAI.KKR.
S I KXEY & WALKEK,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
il Office in BctiKiou'8 block. Rock Inland, HI.
McEMRY & MrEMKY,
ATTORNEY'S AT LAW Loan money on eood
security, inuke collections. Reference, Mitch
ell A Lynde, hankers. Office in Postorhce block.
THE DAILY ARMS.
F'OU SALE EVEKY EVENING at Crampton'a
Newsstand. Five cents per coj:y.
1KS. KUIIIEiiFOUI) A I.l'TLEi:,
IRAD' ATESOF THE ONTARIO VKTEKNA
llry college, Veternary Phrician Blip Surgeons.
I iftlce : TindalTs Livery stable; Residence: Over
Alters Bikcry. market Mimtre.
W. A. GUTHRIE,
(Successor to Outhrie Collin)
Contractor and Builder.
Plans ana eotlmstes furnished. A specialty
made f line work. All onlers attended to '
promptly ami satisfaction i'lmranlecd.
KOrtice and shop No. ISIS Third avenue.
WM. 0. KULP.D. D.S.
OFFICE REMOVED TO
Room Sti, 97, OS anil ",
Take E!evat.,r. DAVKXPOUT. I A.
THE MOLINE SAVINGS BANK
(Charted by the Legislature of Illinois.)
MOLINE, - ILLS.
Open daily from 9 A M. to S P. M , and on Tile
day and Saturday Kvruititt fro u ' to
Interest allowed on Despo&itA ut the rate
of 4 per Cent. p r Annum.
Deposits received in amounts of
$1 and Upwards.
SECURITY AND ADVANTAGES.
The private property of the Trnstecs It respon
sible to the depositors. The officers are prohibi
ted from borrowing any of Its moneys. Minors
and married womm protected hy special law.
. OrnciR: . W. Whkeu.ck, President; Por-
im.iMiii, i ice i n'siui'iii ; u. r . iiEmKir,
TRrTKs: S. W. Wheelork, Porter Skinner,
C. K. Ili-menwHv, .1. Silas Leas, a. II Edwards
Hiram Darline, A. S. Wrlirht, J. .. Eeatur, l!
H. Hi-menway, c. Viuthum.
tThc only chartered navinj.1 Bank in Rock
AWNINGS, TENTS, ETC.
-Maimfai'tiir r of
Wajriin nnd all kiln! i.r
OMl.'c nnd Factory 3ns Hrriwn street,
fJTo WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
STATE OF II.I.NOIS, I
Ruck Island County, )
In the Connty Conrt, to the Mav Term. A l. IS'.m.
To all M-rsonsciiireri.et: Public inn ice i herehy
triveiiUmt the un'tersii-netl. uiinnliau of Purler Me
Creery, Robert I.. MeCreerv and Wil i.-mi Me
Creery. minors, bus filed in the office of the clerk
of the county court of Rock lrl.-iiid county mi.)
stateof Illinois, a petition fur an order for the sale
of the following descrilH'd real estate N loneini: to
said minors situated in the county of Ruck Island
and staU; of lllinuiH, and described as lo'lows. to
The undivided three fourteenths Ul if the
northeast iuaner Si of the soitthcaM vuurter
i) of section ten, (1111. in township sixteen, 1 16),
........ .n.,rT inic , oi in,, iiiuriii priin-iiial
meridian, and tr.nl said petition will he heard on
io mm 11117 in uir mny lerm. A. i, IS'..
v..... .... 1, n. . Mn ti.iiu-vi ina lie lll-arl.
which time and place you ran appear and object
said petition if you see fit so to 00.
luted Ruck 1.1 anil. Ai.nl 7th. lM:m
k'i 1 1! L-1'P I, u..i ijerii-
Onnrdiun of Porter McCreery, Robert I.
Creery and William MeCreerv. minors.
Jai.ksom & Hi'hst, Attorneys.
Jotice to Contractors.
Bids are requested fur the material and laying
01 n sidewalk tliroiiL-li Spencer square, accoroiu-'
to the plan of the square improvement in my of
fice, all bids to be delivered tome hy noouof'Mav
I'-ilh inst., the bia to state when the Work will be
Bids will lie received eiHSer for a tile, b ick.
asphalt or cement walk; bills lor a brick walk
must be for brick laid on edee, lierrilic bone style;
the material for the foiindaiion of the walk will
be furnished by the city.
Ilids are also solicited within the lime atmve
named for a stone toping of blue Kedford stone
around the fountain bnsln ill Spi ncer square
The speciflcariens f.ir this work are to he seen at
my olllce. The material and lalior for alsive :o la
irst quality. A 1 bids are subject toarccptanc or
rejection hy the city council.
Rock leland. May 1-t. lsw).
WM. JACKS IN, Turk Com
Estate of Roslna nanshaw, deceased.
The undersigned haviug been apjiointcd ailmin
Istratriz of the estate of Rnslua Hanshaw late
of the connty of Rock Island, state of Illinois, de
ceased, hereby gives notice that she will appear
before the county court of Rock Island connty, at
the office of the clerk of said court, in the city of
Rock Island, at the June term, on the first
Monday in June next, at which time all
persona having claims asralnst said estate are no
tified and requested to attend for the purpose of
having the same ad I listed. All persons indebted
to said estate are requested to make immediate
payment to the underpinned.
Dated this Ifith day of April, A. T). 1a).
AMELIA ANuERSON. Administratrix.
Jackson Jt H truss. A ttorncys. d3w
The First National bank of Rock Island, tills )
located at Hock Island, in the statu of. Illinois is
closing up its affairs. AH note holders and o'bers
creditors of said Association, are therefore hereby
noMtied to present the notes and other claims
against the Association for payment
Tv .... v- L' MITCHELL, President.
Dated April 19. 1890
ice I hereby Riven, that the tindersicned
has been appointed assignee of Abraro Locb. and
all persons holdintr any claim or claims aeainst
aald A brum Loeb are hereby not ified to present
the same to him nnder oath or alfirmation within
tore months from this date, whether said claim
are due or not. Alirun.m. Ini..is..i u -
- - , .... H,ub-Uwu w saiu as-
lgnor are requested to make prompt payment ol
Dated March 4th. 18W). -,
HSNKY P. HULL, Aaalirnee.
COS. WASH-ft 3d AVE. 8.
From 90 years' expenena In Hoa
pital and Private practice ia enabled
to guarantee radical cores in Cntontr
or po sonous disease! of the blood.
throat, no-e, skin, kidneys, bladder
ana Kinarea organs, u ravel and strlc
ture cured without pain or cuttine.
Those who contemplate going toj
1101 ppnnirs lorine treatment 01 any
private or blood diseases can be cured
for one-third the cost.
I ARIF8' ,hl8 treatment a
L.nLiL.u lovely complexion, free
from s&Uowness, freckles, erui-tions,
etc brilliant eyes and perfect health
can oe nan. fJaTJhat -tired feel
ing" and al! female weakness promDt
Iv enred. Mloaune. headaches. Ner
vous Prostration, and bleenlessnesaA
Ovarian troubles. Inflammation and Ulceration.
Falling and displacements. Spinal weakness and
t hantre of Life. Consult the old doctor.
MCRVnil Physical and Organic weak-
' '-, 1 v wul nese, premature decay, evil
forebodings, self-distrnst, impaired memory, pal-
&i tat ion of the heart, pimples on tbe face, specks
fore the KYK, ringing in the ear. ca'arrh,
threatened consumption and every disqualifica
tion that renders marriace improper and unbaunv
Sl'KKUII.Y and PERMAMKNTLY cured.
BLOOD AND SKIN fcZZZJEZ
horrible in its resnlt compleu-ly eradicated
w ithotit the nse of mercury. Scrof ola, Eryslpe
Us. Fever So es, Hlotches, Pimples. Ulcers, pain
in the Head and Bones, Syphiltic sore Throat and
Tongue, Glandular enlargement of the Neck,
Rheumatism, etc., cured when 01 hers have failed.
R1JPTMRF t-'nred without pain or blud
nuriurit r,n(.e from bnsinesa,
I J RIM A RY tyRecently contracted or
ullll,"l chronic diseases POSITIVELY
enred in .1 to si days hy a local remedy. No nau
seous drugs used. Medicines mailed or express
ed to any address free from observation. Char
ges fair. Terms Cash. Book and question list
15c. A friendly talk costs nothing.
HOURS: 10 a. m. to 12 m.. to 3 and 7 to 8 p.m.
Siindav: 2 to U p. m.
sf V ash. Av. S. MIH5EA.P0LIS. XIH1I.
Dr. S. E.
(Ijte of Cincinnati, Ohio,)
Has Permanently Located in
In the past two months he has successfully
M CAN KM
of the most severe character. liclou he gives the
nsmes of a few that he has successfully treated,
who are well kbown, that live in Davenport and
J. II 7 Harrison, Rock Island connty, Mrs. A. J
Mrson. heart disease.
Miss Anna Davis. . A. Stearns, scrofula.
Charles (.onion. Hrnry Wineuerg. rheinaiism.
Mrs. Anna Welsh, nenrakia.
Mrs. L A. Cowen. Oeo. Hryant, K. L. Smith.
.icriiiie aynerry. aisry sncrtiinc, A. H. Tbomp-
f.'ii, ,i-iiiiii,- tiis-iapt- .
These are a ft w of the manv cases he ha snc
cefsdilly treated, but thev are enough ta show
hat can he done by one who tlioiouhly nnder
stsnd the canse of disease.
tLos of Manhood, Seminal Weakness, and
Krrors of Youth, positively and tiermauctilly
iCases successfully treated by correspon
dence, t orn-sKinirncc accompanied by 4c
in stamps promptly answered.
I fficc McCiillongh's New Clock.
W. Third Sire t, ner Min,
J DR. iHN DYK'S
IF NOT. TRY IT.
1IAHTZ iV 1JAHNSEN.
Vlio1t-8ttlt! Atfntft, RiH-k I-laril.
John Volk & Co.,
Sash, Doors, Blinds, Siding, Flooring.
and all kinds of wood work for builders.
Eighteenth 8iM be Tbird and Pnnrth are
Winter & Lemburg,
Wholesale Dealers and Importers of
Wines anil Lipors,
(removed to new quarters)
Nos. 1616 and 1618
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
No. 326 Brady Street, Davenport,
HAS A CnOICK SELECTION OF
Goods delivered to all parts of the three cities free of charge.
Proprietor of Brady Street
All kind of CUT FLOWERS conslabtly on band.
GREENHOUSES. FLOWER 8T0KK.
One Block North of Central Park. 408 Brariv Sirref
The larseet In Iowa. DAVEBPuBT. 10WA-
F. W. HERLITZEA.
No. 22'. Twentieth Street, next to Conrad Schneider's grocery. Ruck Island.
for fine fitting
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Made in the latest style. Also repairing done w ith neatness and dispatch.
J. T. DIXON,
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avente.
Brick and Stone Mason.
Residence 819 Ttventy-first St., Yard near St. Paul depot. -
l"" Estimates famished for all rlas.es of brick or stone sr.irk I ayinc of brick and ti e walk,
a ajiecialty. Adurtss Postofflce Box 17S. Kock Island, 111.
S. R. CLOUGH,
The best of eve-ythin? alsravs on band at th
diimI rt a.iin'de price.
WIHTK OR RT.ACK ITKAKSK.
1S0." Secoii.l Ave.. Rock Island.
F. CLOl till, Manager.
J. M. BUFORD,
Tk ol Fir Aid Tlme-tr1Btf Oompm
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAD).
low as any relHblc oca r.y a
i vmr pa.ronaca u soaoi.
a ATKsa block.
of CMARCE to puretia-
ers. on all CASH order during our 30
DAVS' SPECIAL PRICE SALE.
LOUIS K. GiLLSON &. CO.,
CroCQrd Tnrpat li Aft,.. ..xl.iut ..t
protecuted. Wrtte ut abontoar cam. 00014,
nvHvuwiMH UIW, V BICmU, 11.
P A IX rlCSr!RTPxirTcrfl
Promptlj and neatly executed bj tha 4m us Jo
RsT8bscU sttemioa paid ts ComsxcIs wtxk
1 l o
DAVIS & CO,
A complete stock of
Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing.
Hose, Fire Brick, Etc
Sole Agents for
DEAN STEAM PUMPS and
SIGHT FEED LUBRICATORS
We guarantee erery one perfect, and will send Cop.
Twenty day's trial, to responsible parties.
Safety Heating Boilers and Contractor f i
furnishing and laying Water, and
Reck Island. I Minim
Telephone 1149. Ileslderre lelcphnne lui
F. n. Mili.es. rnnt. ' F.H.Rn.R,-.
b. t. SMITH, icv.'rHt. J. 11. FlDL.18, 1 1 .
SAFETY DEPOSIT Co.
nilST NATIO.N.U. BANK nUILDINii,
DAVENPORT, - - - IOWA.
IVrfii-t mtHfiii,ii ,'iimiiui l-urirl.-rv. tlii.i.-s
and tin- with its Til- and Iiiux!:ii I'l.i
:ii!lt :iihI s.iti-s. Is ii.ivv pn p:ir-i t" r-i ;
Safi-H in its Vaults, v. ish -itlit-r -iiiiiliii:iii,n: . i
k-v .iN-ks. I ! U k tif t!iM k.iI,-h air :n
iitli-r iit. ami under lin- coiitr.il ,( ri nti-r.
Kiieli ;il," -kI.iii.s . tin li in liii-h . pu. ,
taliLtblf jni ih Ii '-.itiiiii.l:'.ii,.ii as ai
uaiiliil l.y AiliiniiiMral.il -s Ki-. iit.iis, dial I
MiiS Capitalist , Mnrn.sl ,.r Suitle V.hih-:i
rainii-rs, Mn'liaui.-s. TraMlmn Bleu, i.i
Mrs'im-i-H. having tahi.ibli-a. I'm. it n-tirini;
. - - . . .i.iiin.iLiii micra.
ils In all rim-, ranuiii mjirkf, ikt annum
Iruiii 1his ItnUar up Ut Tliirtv ladlai-s ae-e-iriluii;
. ie and l .-.:ti..:i. Ali. M.i're
Uiti.iii f.ir . k;ur.-s. 1k.,-. r trunks. If v.m
are s-'oiiitf U lra, l. this Is t J- only pl.ioe ,,(
aiilui Mt.rv in tli. tl.r.. ..ul . .... .. ....
. ' " ' , . . JINir siivi-r
and other aluabU-s. Clitrct-i reas,rtiahle.
an aim e our aiiits, ttlu-ilu-r Vou Ue-iie a
&t:e or not.
31. i. IUMILFS, Custodian.
IIAS PDRCnASHD THK
and lias remoTed to
Third Av., and Tentb St.
Wile solid s the trade long enjoyed
by his prwkwpsor and as many new
customers ar wish fs7 r bira with
Tbe first coal shiDned into this mirWt
from Mercer county was from the mine
. M nit. . .
ui rv 13. X.H1S in the fall of 1876. tod
hence given the name it still bears. It is
well known to be tbe best sold in tba
market, and other merrh anta k .ilnn.
ted the same name and offering an in
ferior article for the PenninA nnn'i K.
deceived, but buy the penuin celebrated
county coal or T. It. Ellis, on
Second avenue, opposite St. Joseph's
luurca. iceomcehss not been removed,
but is tbere still, and is the only place in
the market selling tbe old and genuine
article. Telephone 1036.
BAunrewejru meters ttrrMtcuae
D mi ft 5 GOLDEN SPECIFIC
T- uu.laluUlrhsmlNud rTUflaa
permanent and speedy nn. whether t5,.V?.il?f?; i
FAllM. It oporetM mo auttiw mnJTll. . T;
effected. 48 pr. bk o7r.',7" rLn"uo"
Marshall Fisher and T. H. Ihoma. d-ng.
pists, Kock leUnd, III. marbxlwly
Imparts tsilianl Iranrurefir iu the skin. Ka
morsi ail iiiRirl. Irvs-sir. aiul dj,).j.ii.. ....
sal by eM llrc rtj anisic t ursutlul ior eu.
BmuaQ (IS Bnraua