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Catch 'Em Eber Time.
No Where in the
WHERE YOU CAN GET SO LOW PRICES OX
Dining and Centre Tables,
High Back Chairs,
Bed Room Suits,
Parlor Suits, Lounges, Couches,
Carpets and Curtains, Rugs and Pil
lows, Stoves and Oil Cloths, Pic
tures and Easles,
In fact everything to furnish your house.
CASH OR CREDIT, at Cash prices. .
CHAS. A. MECK,
Telephone 421. 322 Brady Street, Davenport, la.
We cloee oar store at 6:30 p. m., after July 1st., except Saturday evenings.
AND DEALKB IK
Wrought and Cast Iron and Lead Pip
Hose, Packing, Sewer and Drain Tile.
Steam and Gas Fixtures.
9Best work &t fair prices. Estimates furnished.
Office and shop 219 18th St. Telephone 1182.
CHAS. W. YERBURY. Manager .
Rock Island, 111.
, INCORPORATED TJNDKR THB 8TATK LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
BOCK ISLAND, ILL.,
Open dally from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m., and Svtarday evenings from 7 to 8 o'clock.
Five per cent Interest paid on Deposits. Money loaned on Personal, Col
lateral, or Re a1 Estate Security
B. P. RKYNOUW. Pre. T C. DBNKMANX, TIee-Pree. J. M. BCFORD, Cashier.
P. L. Mitchell, t P. Weynnlds, F. C. Denkmann. John Orubaugh. H. P. Hall.
Phil Mltchtll, L. Simon, E. W. Hurst, J. M. Buford.
Jackson St HrBST, Solicitors.
(VWlll begin business July 8, 1890, and will occupy banking mom with Kitcbeli & Lynda
antil new bank ia completed.
See the Stylish Display
SPRING MILLIMY GOODS.
The finest ever shown In the City, at
MISS C. HAAS'.
Successor to Miss Petersen, No. 17i3 second avenue. Bock Island
The ver ylatest styles In patterns, hats, bonnets, ribbons, laces and fancy (roods.
House and Sign Painter.
Ptrt-claGralnIug and Paper Banging.
P. Box 672
Shop Fourth Ave. bet. Slst and 23d Sts.
pen for the Season,
(molink avenuk) Joe Huber's Garden,
A magnificent place for picnics, parties, etc.
Manufacturer of all kinds of
BOOTS AND SHOES
Gent-' Ftna Shoes specialty. Repairing done neatly and promptly .
A hare of your patronage respect f ally solicited.
Second Avetine. Rock Island. III.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
Shop corner Twenty -prord ret and 'lnth avenue. Kesidocce 2036
'! ripnrfd to mflk uttTntitoti ami d a't ktwitt of OirmtntHr work. GlveJhlm a trial.
B "Nerve Seeds,"
the wiimierful remtMT
IH All lil Witll a u-s-lc.
ton vunruiitee to pure nil rtfrvmi 1ieAe, unrh ha Wcuk Irniry,
(Jt Ht aiii r, l!iiioho. Vnkeiuliit, Lot AlanhfMxl, Nightly Ktni-
pmiti, Nv-rvotmief. l-ii-iti;ilt.ull drains and los of power of the irunerati v e
Oncit is in cither cu u i hy nvr exertion, youthful erro-s. nr excessive
fl to harm, opium or stimulants which non lead to InflrmiTv. CortMinip
tlon ami lnunity. i'ut up convenient to miry In ve-t pocket. SM per pack
aire hy mutl: t for 5. With vry f or ler we qi;v a nrttten ifwrn ntf tncurt
or refund th money. Circular free. Address rrve Meed Co., Chlcutjo, 111.
HErORE VIOAVTKR VMXO.
For eti!c in Rock UUnii hy Httrfz & Bntinseo, 3 I Aw. ami 20 h etrett
Last Sight's Session of the City
More raring Ordinances Adoptel
Bids Invited on;Market square
MeverallXew Add tions.
Citt Council, Room, Rock Island
July 6. Tie council met in reg
ular session at 8 p. m.. Mayor Mo
Conocbie presiding and all the kldermen
present except Adams. Tbe minutes of
the Ust regular and subsequent ad
journed meeting were read and approved.
Officers' repo-ts for the month of June
were ordered read and placed on file.
The annual report of the library board
was read and ordered placed on file. The
mayor nominated for members of the
library Boarl in place of those whose
terms have ei pired, Messrs. C. L. Wal
ker, Louis Kchn and C. W. Fofs, all of
whom were confirmed by a unanimous
Alderman Hetter, from the bridee
committee, moved that the proptsals for
replanking two of the R ck river bridges,
and repainting one of them, be adver
tised for by tte city clerk. Carried.
Aldermin Hetter moved that the
bridge toll co lector, W. L. Sweeney be
authorized to attend to repairs needtd on
the nottn approach to the canal bridge.
Alderman flaox from the finance
committee; u )mitted an ordinance al
lowing bills out of the various funds,
which wa9 unanimously adopted as fol
lows: Li. BOH PAT BOLL.
Junes Kinney $?0 45
Jamei Eil jar 3:1 00
James Mcyuaid ...
Wm Ferffoon ,
James Mulquei'n. ...
D Jaine.-pon .... ...
Martin 111 2,
Geo Loni$ l(i
JohnHuller 14 60
John 9 f)
John Johnson No 1 1H 10
JohnJohnn No i Win
C Heitahrecde 1 10
Pt Qumlan 1 10
John Condon 1 10
E Oreil 1 10
Peter Mnrat 3 so
J W Thompson 4 10
Jacob John-on 1 li.'
Peter Cnruyn 11 1U
Tim Sexion lt 10
Pfit N001 nn 1 1 m
Jnm.'s S.ater 1 50
D Black-tock Vi
John Blaii!ell 44 S"
W J Gamble 22 h)
Jacob L'ei ... i 00
Georue H'lbbarU 10 5' t
Wm Ferris P 00
L FJihl suKi
A Herman b 75
John Kan 1 ?
V Buhnow 1 5tj
. B Fuller a
Charles Kraegrr... 2 4"
A BrHiiy .I'Ki
John C-jnway S tW
L II Dudley
stri:et ACrOl XT.
Labor pay roll .'orin Hemur
No 1 S V-i 60 R 1 Fuel t o
Mrs S B Gordon
R 1 L A Ifsr Co
H Elliott n 55
8105 John Grimes.... 3 45
.1 25 G W Pjohiad 1 7"
41 45 John T Noft-ki.r. 50
SI 5 Sslew'i Miut... 5 J
-! 4s Smith - Haa-e. . 1 t
2 02 H G Paddock ... 43 15
SET ER ACCOUNT.
Labor par roll Cri!-t Trefz 34 00
No I :j: 20 .1 Grimes 2V 75
Ln-or pay io:l J HuHer 2i 75
No t 17 30 II G Pa lrlnck ... 8 Hi
R I L & Mfir Co. 7 20 Mew"; Jt Mont.. . 5 35
r.sn o 1 a corx
Labor pay roll No HarperiKobir.aon 12 50
2 J 00
roiTKTH AVENUE ACCOIXT.
Labor jiay roll No 2 25 00
POLI E ACCOUNT
! 25 Mew't Vontsj'y 3 S5
61 58 .Iame Hardin... 3 On
i-i 25 Wui Boebme.... a 5")
M 25 H Sienion & Son. 5)
5i 25 L Kramer 2 75
5' 25 R I Gas Co a -o
I. Kramer Si 25 AC Miller 5 0''
.loriu .Muiqneen. mitn Ilauc.. 3 30
John Schaab 5 25 C U To? Co 7 s7
Chas Suntehn. .. t; 25 RC Benson fi 4r
F Uoldorf ! 45 Mrs A Hcrkcrt.. I 80
riB ; ACC'DT.
RILMf2Co. 2; 32 Phoenix Hoi c Co 75 f.)
John T Noftsker. f Rescue " Mi u'
C I" Tel Co 50 63 Cable ' 75 00
Wm Ramskill... H4 43 Gilpin " " 75 00
Franklin Ilose Co 7i 00 W J Kerr 3, su
eyerh Jt Drnk 11 OS Thoa Green 36 rn
6 27 Wm Vaaltv ; 00
5 00 H Meese it; 40
A C Miiler.
G L Eyster
baker Jc liousman
50 00 Geo Green
orn :e accoust .
If I Gas Co 5 as V Dauber
City clerk 5 AO J M t'ressaman..
Geo A olander.. 6 00 Peter Frey
Wm Fcteermnn.. 6 00 ?nnrsd Scrneier
Divil Lafler li 0(1 Wi liara J b Kerr
Georire Antlionv 6 00 J F Cramer
George H Parsoi.g 6 no C C Tavlor
H Keisch 6 HO 1 A Barnhart....
B II Cook. 6 00 F I'rotar son
(Jeo H McKoWi-n. B 10 R I Arena ..... j: 10
M W Batue 6 00 V 11 ion Print Co.. 1137
CECOND A EKUE ACCOUNT.
J Volk & Co ... 8 itt J H Lloyd fW 00
H G I'aJdock... 15 1
riiiNii S ACCOUWT.
F Pro,ar 4 " It i A rails. 18 CO
Union Ptg Co.... 82 00
Vnion Ptg Co.... 14 JO Geo W Gamble.. 53 10
Mcht Elect L Co S06 13
Wm McConochie. 100 W Jas Blnisdcll.... fi 68
Kobt Koutiler 100 M) W L Sweeney... 45 00
0 Lt naaa Wi KB run Mitchell 8 33
TWEHTIBTH 4TBIET ACCOUNT
B G Paddock 14 f 0
TWENTT-FOUBl B 8TKEET ASCOCNT.
H G Paddock 13 10
aEVENTEINTH OT&EKT ACCnrwT
H G Paddock 5 60
PUBLIC aOI'ABE ACCOUNT
II Q Paddock 5 00
WATHnWORSS DE CART MENT.
La nor pay ro'l No .1 B Clow & Son.. B7 09
1 115 f5 R Ruick St in
I.uoor pay rollNo Vacuirn Oil Co.. . 2163
2 7S 10 Hiuh Mnrray.... 0 SO
.1 hn A Mnrrin UK) (0 Mercht E L Co.. 14 50
T J Ke!dii. 65 1 0 C F P C'otrine (Jo IB 00
Bo ID J F Dindmgcr.. 13 75
65 (0 Lrt I o 7 75
450 CKItPK Rio 4 S7
45 I') T Paly 4 25
45 10 Downina Bros... 8 12
50 f ) J T Noftskcr.... 2 50
157 9 R Knehler 2 15
C V Miiiint; Co. . .
yni tdim works (M!i Kurih i; Sc.'er..
DavU A Co..
4th and 5tb avs.
. Ml 81 Prir.tme ....
. c26 0 J Contingent..
. 115) LiL'ht
. 121 0 Sa'aries ....
Kit" 61 ai'th !t ...
Fire 54 It. 24ttt ctreetf
103 1 3 17th street
.. 152 51 Pub'ic qunrea.
... 107 5'. Waur works...
.. I.."xi8 t6
2 1 avenue . .
Water W ron
Total $6,757 8
The tellowing bills were also allowed:
Davis & Co. S478 T I; roe 1176.85 acd
?1, 00; M. Yemur 250 ou account;
James Mule'. ?16; I'.cck Island Fuel Co,
$2,000. on account; John Volk & Co
$19 25; M. Kelson balance on account.
A bill of Robert Kohler of $11 fcr
services as clerk of the health depm
mitt was read and Alderman Huesing
movtd that it be allowed and tbe amount
deducted from the health commissioner's
salary. Alderman Corken moved as an
amendment that the bill be allowed,
which was adopted unanimously.
A bill of T. H. Ellis $252 38 was re
ferred to the finance committee and a
bill of G. Bick to the claims committee
and city attorney.
Tbe clerk read an ordinance to estab
lish grades of Twenty-fourth street, and
elsewhere, covering the Rodman and
Gregg additions. Referred to the street
and alley committee.
Alderman Bladel presented an ordi
nance for the construction of side walks
on Fourth and Fifth avenues and
Twenty-third street. Passed unani
mously. Tbe clerk read an ordinance for the im
provement of Third avenue, from
Twenty-fourth to Ninth streets, a por
tion of Nineteenth street and Commerc
ial alley. Passed 10 to 3 (Knox, Ken
Alderman Kennedy reported favorably
certain plats of additons providing that
the owners grade the streets. Aide -man
Huesing moyed that the pUts of
Moore's. Smith's, Velie's and Guyer's
first and second additions to Edsewood
Park and third addition to Rack Island
be accepted unconditionally. Alopted
unanimously by separate votes.
Alderman Kennedy, from the street and
alley committee, reported unftvorablv on
the petition of the Davenport & Rock
Island Street Railway Co. for permission
to vacate the track on Ninth street. .Re
ferred back to the committee for a written
Alderman Huesing called for a report
on the girder ra 1, proposed 'o be used on
tbe Rock Island & Milan street railway,
and Alderman Kennedy stued tbe com
mittee to be equally divided as to its
merits and dements. Alderman Huesing
then addressed the council on the street
railway management, and Mr. William
Jtcison. 8 attorney for Mr. D H. Loud
The vote of the late school elec ion was
otdered canvassed, a'.d the mayor ap
pointed as a committee Aldermen Corken,
Kennedy and Huesing.
Tbe plat of M Scbnell's addition was
accepted and other plats referred to the
street and alley committee.
Alderman Knox presented a reaolntion
for the sdjuP'ment of the rebate to
Twentieth street property holders.
Also instructing the ci'y attorney to
take steps to sue G orge Wagcer for two
years water rent due.
Also instructing the city clerk to adver
tise for proposals for the paving of Mar
ket cquare and building of the Ninth
street sewer. Adopted.
Also instruction the ordinance commit
tee to prepare an ordinance providing for
the sale of two lots in the l.iwer part of
tbe city. Adop-ed.
A rtermc.n Corken repor'ed as the result
of the canvass of the committee that W.
B. Ferguson hid received 928 votes for
member of the hoard of education to 243
for G. Klotz, and on his motion Mr. Fer
eusnrj was declared ' ulv elected.
Adjourned. Robert Koehler,
J. S. Darrah,
THE WELL KNOWN
At No. 1137
is prepared to sell you
Groceries and Provis
ions as low as the
Fresh Country Produce
"Like Mercury New Lighted on a Heaven Kissing Hjii
Comes in a Blaze of Regal Magnificence,
-Adani Forepaugh Shows-
18641891- 28th Year. JAMES E. COOPER, Sole Owner.
$3,000,000 Invested. $5,500 Daily Expenses.
The Oldest, Largest, Richest Exhibition on Ea--
POSITIVELY and ABSOLUTELY the ONLY BIG SHOWS COMixq
WILL EXHIBIT AT
UNDER THE ONLY WATER-PROOF CANVASES IN USE.
REAL ROMAN HIPPODROME.
REINFORCED WILD WEST,
AND FAMOUS FOREPAUGH FOREIGN FEATURES.
Mhjmsmmm mm m
ERIAL ARTISTS. Without an equal in the world. The hlahet sal 'tied reop:e in C. C
ensdom, $;75 per week. They hare played the theatres of tha worll and now
appear for the firm time under canra-.
AXD WOBLD FAMED ATTBACT10XS.
COL. E. DANIEL BOONE,
Assisted by MISS MILLIE CARLOTTA,
With Five Foret hred Lion. L'.or-s Kidin? Tiiovcles, PHying See-Snw. Formins Tahl-anx. V ir '
with the German boar honnd Saion, and driven tn HARNESS TO A CHARIOT.
CDIlin TDIPI C pi BO II Q More thau performers eivins many acts at on? t:nv
UllHnU inilLk Ul flU UO S circus rings. The bet and largest circusi g on eurth.
DTfll DflllJIIJ UIPDnnDnilC Roman Siandirg Rare. Koman Chariot P;..'-. E
IttHL nUmHll nirrUUnUrrlC pbnt v cam.l. il in vs Howe. .V..nkevt;;: p j
Races, Modern. Running, Hurdle and steep'.e haces. Races of all kinds.
4-PiWQ MmiCrQir w'thmcreeae filled with animals than would fi'l .
Mil W In t n n D Lu i L mense mt lingeries. We have one or more of everv kli.'l.
ADAM i OREP ATJGH'S WILD WEST.
Led by Capta'n A H. Eogardus. the Champion Shot o; the World, ana participated in hy Tr.i!.:K
Scouts. Trappers, Herd r, Cowbays. etc . etc.. vividly rcprolncing Actual Western scenes of W:fa;t
Camp Life, Kanch Pleasantiies. and Adminh-tratinn of Justice.
The Ghost Dance, Wounded Knee Attack, Custer Battle, Hanging of a Hoise Thief, AttacW ot
Emigrant train, etc . etc.
10,000 Seat. U.iWO Man and Horses. 4 Great Trains. 50 Special 60-feet Cars Va;.-r-roe!
Tents Largest on Earth. 14 Immense Canvas Structures.
cWATC!H P9P- WAIT FOR AND SEE 4-PAW S STREET PARADZ
On Show Morning at 10 a. m. Absolutely the most I niqie, Bniliant, Komamic. Magiiiliieni
Stnpcndons Processional Display ev. r seen by man. Two complete exhibition s daily at asnal hv.r
One ticket and nnal price ot admission admits to all. Ktseryed numbered seata extra. Door? u
one hour before commencement.
For the accommodation of the public who wish to avoid the crow d on the grounds, t'eketa and re
served ntmbered seats (at the ngnlar price!, and admission tickets, at the usual slight advance,
be obtained at T. U. Thomas' drug store, opvosite Rock Island house.
Cheap excursions on all lines of travel to 4-Paw's. Conu"t your local agents.
C. J. W. SCHREINEB,
Contractor and Builder,
llil atd 1124 Fourth avenue. Residence 1119 Fourth avenue.
Plans and specifications fcrr is hod on all classes of work : also seent of Willer'e Patctt bi.ile
Sliding Blinds, somethii g new, stylith and desirabls.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
THE POSITIVE CURE.
I ELY BROTHERS. M Warren SU. New Tork. FriceMcti
Proprietor of the Brady Street
All kinds of Cat Flowers constantly on band.
Green Houses Flower Store-
One bio k north of Central Park, the largest In Ia. 30 Brady Street, Davenport, li".
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASH
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOHN & DLJER,
Removed to 219 Seventeenth Street
Goods received by
CALL AND EXAMINE.
COMPLETE IN ALL
FOR CATALOGUES ADDRESS
. r J. C. DUNCAN,'