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TIlK AliGUS. TUESDAY, JUNE 2, 1801.
TO THE PUBLIC.
There will be sales' of BUGGIES and VEHICLES of all descrip
tions, HARNESS, HORSES, Etc., at PUBLIC AUCTION, ever
SATURDAY of each week, commencing
Saturday, May 16th. 1891,
At 1 p. m- sharp, atLorton Bros., Horse Exchage, Davenport, la.
iarAll articles presented for tale will be dlspwed of on reasonable terms.
II. C. HARRIS and SAM WILLIm. Auctioneers.
Al GAS FITTER.
AND DEALER IK
Wrought and Cast Iron and Lead Pip
Hose, Packing, Sewer and Drain Tile.
Steam and Gas Fixtures.
JTBest work at fair prices. Estimates furnished
Office and shop 819 18th St. Telephone 1182
CHAS. W. YERBURY, Manager.
Rock Island, 111.
INCORPORATED UNDER THE THE STATE LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.,
Open daily from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m., and Saturday evenings from 7 to 8 o'clock.
Five per cent Interest paid on Deposits. Monev loaned on Personal, Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security
. P. R3TNOLDS. Pres. P C. DENKMANN, Vlce-Pres. J. M. BUFORD, Cashier
P. L, Mitchell. K P. Reynolds, F. C. Dcnkmann. John Crnbanph. II. P. Hii'l
Phil Mitchtll, L. Simon. K. W. Bnrut, J. M. Baford.
Jackson HrnsT, Solicitors.
MP Will hecln bnlns Jaly 8, 1800, and will occspy banking room with Mitchell 4 Lynde
nntil new bank it completed.
See the Stylish Display
SPRING MILLINERY GOODS.
The flncst ever shown in the City, at
MISS C. HAAS',
Successor to Miss Petersen, No. 17i3 second avenue. Kock Island
The ver ylatest sty!e9 in patterns, hats, bonnets, ribbons, laces and fancy goods.
House and Sign Painter.
First-class Graining and Paper Hanging.
P. Box 672.
Shop Fonrth Ave. bet. 91et and 22d Sts.
Qpen for the Season,
(molute Avenue) j0e Huber's Garden,
A masniflri-nt plnrr for picnic, parties, etc.
Time is Money.
A good time piece costs very little as com
pared with what it earns for vou.
- mm-r r Trurii. niiiiii. im -j'uniiffl
For a PARLOR CLOCK or a HOUSE CLOCK,
Eight day, gong strike and alarm, go to
CHAS. A. MECK,
322 Brady St., Davenport.
td&By the way he sella on time too.
Telephone No. 421, (Adams' old stand).
OPEN EVENINGS TILL 8-P. M.
THE CITY COUNCIL.
The Twentieth Street Pavement
Accepted in the Afternoon.
A Regular K-Mon Lait F.venlnjt-l-'lre
llepar meat Mootkly 8u.
City Council Room, Rock Island,
June 1. The city council met in regular
session at 2 p. m.. Mayor McConochie
presidios and all the aldermen present
except Adams and Enox. The mayor
stated that the meeting was called to in
spect the paving of Twentieth street ui
der contract and completed by the Rock
ford Construction Col, before its final
acceptance by the council. Alderman
Corken moved that a recess be taken and
the council proceed in bod? to Twentieth
street to inspect the pavement. Motion
At 3:30 the council reassembled,
members being presedt as before. The
clerk read a communication from the
Rockford Constiuction Co. agreeing to
replace any defective brick in said pave
ment during the term of five years at the
pleasure of the city council except such
as may have been disturbed by the laying
of water, fewer or g&s pipes. This, on
motion of A14. Huesing. was referred to
the city attorney that a proper bond, etc.,
be drawn up in accordance therewith and
to report at a meeting this evening. Mo
tion carried .
Aid. Corken moved that the paving of
Twentieth street be accepted, subject to
the conditions as before stated. and to the
satisfacion of the mayor and street and
alley comUiittee. Motion carried unani
Cur Cocncil Room, Rock Island
June 1. The council met in re
ular session at 8 p. ro., Mayor Mc
Conoctie presiding ana all the feldermen
present. The minutes of the last regular
and special meetings were real, and, af
ter correction, approved. Officers' re
ports for the month of May were resd
and ordered placed on file.
The mayor appointed William R-im-skill
chief engineer of the tire department.
Aid. Hetter, from the bridge commit
tee, reported that two of the Rock river
bridges needed replacking badly, and
that D. H. Louderback, proprietor of toe
Milan street railway, rtfused to replace
them. Referred to the bridge commit
tee and city attorney to report
The rules were suspecd-d to allow the
presentation of a petition of T. J. Bi
ford and others asking the removal of a
coal shr-d rn First avenue near the cor
ner of Twelfth. sTett. The petition was
granted on motion of Aid. llettcr, and
Aid. Geiger offered a resolution for the
-emoval of the Ellis coal shed. The res
olution was adopted, arjd tte clerk was
iirected to r.o'ify Mr. Ellis to remove
uis shed forthwith. William Jackson
and Henry C&rse, president and vice
president of the Citizens' Improvement
association, presented the claim of Oliver
Oisen for 5100 to reimburse him for
aioney expended on a trip to Washington
:o show the sufficiency of the title tothe
ground to bet-sed for the arsenal viaduct.
Aid. Evans moved that the sum of $100
be allowed to Oliver Olsen. After debate
and an explanation by City Attorney
Haas, who stated his inability to under
take this mission as desired by the coun
cil and his feeling that the money should
be repaid, the motion was carried 12 to 2,
(Bladel, Kennedy) Aid. Evans then
laoved a rising vole of thanks to the Cit
izens' Improvement association for its
work for Rock Island. Carried unani
nously. Aid. Knox, from the committee on
f nance, reported an ordinance, which was
unanimous y adopted, allowing bills from
tae various funds as follows:
labor pat boll. '
Ime Mctjuairt $Hinti 1575
V'm O'Brii-n SH ?:
Jimc!" Kinney S7 5!l Si 30
J hn Shehau S"
diaries Krut-irer. H'i -2
B-n Kcdicker :i hi) i 5n
Win Kckeriuann -?." ti CU
Oiof Swanson --.ni"
l ilin (iruiies 17 ir,
D .Jnmi-rsnn 2n i5 4 50
S-th Dillcy -.'4 111
V m FuriiTiJon S Ml 15 00
V Bii"hnow a? 5'i 'J l'Jfi
PterLa'kin 81 SO 15 7.S
J..mi" E'far 3i l S3 45
W in Brmvn 15 75
J: nice Mu!itii-t-n '2:ir
T 'iiimns fin-en 2i 35
Frank OVuuuuIl ti 75 4 50
K I Elliott ti 75
W ai JtclJoimlil 4 .Mi
T M McDonald : IS 75
Frank Evans !' lal
J'.nic? Willis 10 50 11 25
li -jo Lave 4 Ml
R Mamon ti (111
C iai" Grai'f-r 450
Caspar timer 4 Ml
Ji'iin !-hifllcy rn
K 1 li ti s-ll 3 ml
1; B--mlireiid) 4 mi 01
I. Sliarp t, 75 :ln
M I.iulkie :lmi 4511
.!'hn Fiemiii- 4511 .-
II -nry hicbarilf 2 51) 7j
V Domiiieit 3 1x1 1 5d
CI a- 1 orvn 75
1 li-is f4t.-tv.i-r :t n 1 1 50
W J l.amljli- -Jtii ti 17 nil
J liu Iimi-Oi-ll fi -'r lil5
.!( nil liviliu ti 75 151
.lucob .li)lin-itn 525
Ji mes hutr 54-,
1 l.ninn- Mattery :j o
I) liiaLk-t-ak t;-j
J KiMint-y J-, 75 1 sit
V' h','nr ls7r "0o
J'-nu Hiilu-r 1 75 7 511
M '"in Hi is 45 14 i5
''';, 15 T5 150
T I oniaw Peimer 15 75
Ti .uma Fality s i5
BriV'T TT 4 10
Jo in JuuiKon o 1 17 dry 10 5
Jo 111 -IoDii.cn 'u i 17 5 7-,
v''.1";-'"1".'-, 1575 3t
Mi :h t.nu.Llin s 75
Knlti-rt Hurd 17-15 035
M u'f onuell ti 7.s
Pa- Nom.au 15 75 1350
t 1 onnL'oiu-r 17-5
l'n U'tlerre '. 1575 3--,
E A lira-har.... msil u55
Jol.n iiway 15 7-, 7
LI.1I1I...... 153-. S75
rftiiuen Kelly f 25
Jul.n Cuiiil.ia a 25 -inn
Join Kyan i.ii ' W
"c Juliii-tin 3 25
Ed Kane ; 1.75
Jai ies Campbell K -5
Peter Cnruyn 12 75 6Q
Jai leKKaue j 75
11 J -Merittifii jSin
Jajien Fleming .' 1725
Jai 3t Deis 0 75
L I; Dudley ' m i)
Ehlera " gs5
Tim Sexton 18 7ft 1H0
WniMurnn 1T v5 i4
John Corcoran 15 75
Pat Qninlan jk 15 c n.
PaniMfKin 1575 v 825
TohaOw i 7-, inin
Peter Madden V. ". : ; J? 1010
?iW.ri8l 13 50
J W Ttoaiptton 1050 gn
George McGee 3 75
Pe'er Caile 7 50
U lanphere 3 00
Peter Murat 7 50
Labor pay roll M H. McCarthy...
No 1 $1318 45 K I Fuel (. o
Labor pay roll RlL4Mft;n.
No 2 3H3S0TbonaE Gray.
Tohn f lemur 4S 50 Davis & C'
Win Eckertnatin 11 85 UG Paddock....
H I I'low.Co 19 25
Phil Miller 1 ii Peier Bolacd
Geo Long 64 53 M Seitoa
Andrew Etzel .. J6 S5 Chas Engel
A Carlson 5-i 45 John Barton
Wia Gla4 5'i 25 Geo R Agnew..
Geo Hetter 59 2JKlGilo
F lloldorf 4-J 15 John he)lev
L Kramer 5 5 Jame Hardin...
John Mnlqneen. W 35 Alfr. d Covue ...
Chas Sundeha... 39 44) Union Print Co..
John Schaab fit) 25
OeoRArew... 8 00 John Shelly
K I Gas Co 4 95 City t ier
G L Ejater
Harper & Hobicson
C V Mining Co. . lfl 45 Geo Ruddig
L Smith 35 50
Wm McConochie l' 00 H C Harris
Root Koehler .. ie 00 W L weeney...
JL Haas 60 6 Phil Mitchell
J.i9,Blaidell.... 57 75
Mcht Elect L Co
TWENTIETH STREET ACCOUNT.
JH Lloyd 3i t.t Davi. & Co
J Volki Co ti W H G Padlock....
R I Argus 1 10
SECOND ANENUE ACCOUNT.
J n Lloyd 60 00 H ti Paldotk... .
Union P"fg Co.. 10 5) K I Anjus
I'nion Ptn Co... 87 Ot) R 1 Amue
NINTH STREET SEWER ACC I NT.
Davis 4 Co
FIFTH AVENUE ACCOUkT.
H G Paddock
TWENTY-SECOND STBKET ACCOUNT.
II fi Paddock....
1-UB-IC SQUARE ACCOUNT.
11 G Paddock
J 'niiA Murriu lou 00 w m Mnrrii. 1; no
T.I K.-ii. 1 2 71 45 M tiCont'.e!l 3 11 1
.T.ihu Kit- m 71 25 Kub-rt Hurd in
Ezra" Wilcher 52 M C v MimriL' On. .. 244 20
m Ciinshiin 45 c0 J BC!o i Son.. 7m
Vie'or Berk 45 0) .Mereht E L Co.. 14 .Mi
Andrew tirt-a-tr. 45 00 Sal-bury C. . 10 4.5
Wm It. tl.l-.ir 50 0 I C K I S P R R Co ! 21
Pat O'llen.f T 5-j H Ru!- s 75
Thnni:is Fain y ft -I'l D i- A: 4 114
Andrew lirniy 5 25 H V. n Ko-ckritz. 1 MJ
Wm -lurt:u t) 00 B Winter .. 5 l-o
Street& AMev... js;2 t"3 2i'-t!i t Imp !'l T4
Police ti'is til 2 i Ave Imp -.i ml
Office, etc 21 95 Fire 21 tv)
Health 50 i.O Printing 74 til)
Bridje 12 50 "'til S- !i", ... Mtii
Sewer HI I'l Mb Ave iu.p 11 40
S-iiry 8-s h4 22-i M Reiver ... 9 5,1
V.'ii 4-2 Public Sijinre... ; SI
Couiiugent 211 1.1 Water w-.rke 914 7r
Gra d Total r,Hi0 in
A bill of Mrs. G rJon was referred to
the street and alley committee, one of
John Yolk & Co. to the waterworks com
mittee, one of G Bick I the fire and
light committee ami tbe city attorney,
and one of Park Commissioner Jackson
for 5-323.12, motey advanced in payment
of bills, whs allowed by unanimous vote.
Andrew Xtlson was allowed $250 cn
sidewalk account, und the Rockford Con
struction Co. ?2,t..(i0 on account t-f tbe
Second avenue paving account, Davis Jc
Co. $12-k) on aco-uct. a 1 bv unanimous
Aider ru an Koox, from the finance com
mittee, reportetl oeposi ing 5 5, tit to in the
RocK Islar.a Sivings back at 0 per cent.
AM. Corken made the following
report, the recommendations of which
"In tbe matttr of locating a light on
First avenue and Ninth street, which was
referred to the fire and light committee
and the aldermen from the Second ward,
your committee would recommend that
the liiht be placed as referred Your
committee would also recommend that
tbe lights in the city be plactd in the cen
tre of the street, and the mayor be
instructed to notify the Merchants' Eiec
trie Light Co. to do the same at once."
"Your committee would also rec
ommend th .t the mayor notify Contractor
Bick to finish the new engine house and
turn over the same to thecity at once.
"Your committee would further rec
ommend that the fire and light committee,
with the mayor, be inauthorized to pro
cure a hose wagon, four horses, and a
set of double harness for the fire depart
ment." The clerk opened bids for furnishing
an electric fire and police alarm svstem,
of the Police & Fire Signal Co.. the
amount with telephones being $3,700,
wires extra, and without telephones $2,
700. A recess of ten minutes was taken
to allow examination ot the Game
will system, on display. Oa re
assembling the bids were referred to the
fire and light committee and the mayor,
on motion of Aid. Kennedy to report at
an atij turned meeting next Monday eve
ning. Aid. Biadel tjfl.red an ordinance
amending the general paving ordinance
by nquiring iron hitching rings. Passed
Aid. Geiger moved that the clerk pro
ceed to open the bids for printing the an
nual reports, carried. The bids for &00
copies were J. F. Dindinger j.5. Union
Printinc Co. $4. O. A. Barnhart $52
and J. W. Potter $67 50. The contract
was awarded to the Union Printing Co
ks the lowest bidder, on motion of AUi.
Aid. Kennedy reported favorably on
the petition of the Rock Island Plow Co .
to be permitted to place a temporary
building on Sixth street, removable on
90 days' notice. The report was adopted
13 to 1 (Evans).
Aid. Kennedy, from the street and alley
committee, reported as to improving
Seventh avenue, and Aid. Adams re
ported that Harper & Robinson would
facilitate th; straightening of the evenue
at College hill by exchauge. Action de
Aid. Kennedy reported an estimate of
the cost of improving Twentieth street
south of Ninth avenue, the amount be
ing 119.785. Report received, and the
city attorney instructed to draw up an
ordinance, on motion of Aid. Knox.
The street and alley and finance com
mittee, the mayor and city engineer were
instructed as to establishing a new grade
on Twentieth street.
Aid. Kentedy reported objections to
the acceptance of the Moo-e, Smith and
Yelie pla-s. Report accepted. He alo
reported adversely on the plat of Schnell's
addition.and afterdebateit was withdrawn
by Mr. M. J. Murphy, the agent. Ad
journed to Monday evening.
Robert Koehler, City Clerk.
The only corrplexion powder in the
world that is without vulgarity, without
injury to the user and without doubt a
purifier, is Pozzoni'g.
Orange ice at Krell & Math's; try a
A. J. SMITH & SON,
DRAPERY, GRILLE WORK
OF ALL KINDS.
A. J. SMITH & SON,
125 and 127 West Third Street. Odo. Mwinir Temple. DAVENPORT
THE MOLINE WAGON.
THE MOLINE WAGON CO.
Manufacturers ol FARM, SPRING and FREIGHT WAGONS
A. full and complete line of PLATFORM ami other Raring wtjroc. r-c: lnptd to tte
... ww.b.aubuiu wu uu.i-u. iiinsmEa mce L.IPI tree oa
. m t mm
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DAVIS k CO,
A complete etccfe of
Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing
Hose, Fire Brick. Etc
So'.e Agents for
DEAN STEAM PUMPS and
SIGHT FEED LUBRICATORS
We guarantee evoryene perfect, and mill nend Ci .s
Twenty day trial, to reponfib!e partiee.
Safety Heating Boilers and Contractors fo
furnishing and laying Water, and
1712 Fikst Ave ,
Rock Island. Illinois
Telephone 114. Ree'.decce Telephone 100.
AT ELM STREET GARDENS
Thursday, June 4th, 1891, at 8 p. m.
Prof. Otto's Military Band
Mn-i-t Cars direct to Garden.
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOHN & ADLEE.
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street -
MI. E. jytTTRRIiN.
Choice Family Groceries
dr. Third avenue and Twenty-first St., Rock J..
p.trtn ge1ollcit'eTk ,h" Wl" be Kwt living price,. A ehare of : : : -
KU&&r G-oods received by
' Tlic Tailor.
CALL AND EXAMINE.
COMPLETE IN ALL
FOR CATALOGUES ADDRESS
J. C. DUNCAN,