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TMJB AKGUa FBtPAX. JULY 17, 1891
n T TUE GEOGRAPHY OFTHlS OOl 1TRY Will WTAfll
p-"er" nw stucv w th,s wtp F m
' i 1
Oic W IM pacific Ef.;
pvi to and from Chicago, Jon. -maw.,
:; p I,:T , M..HW. Bock Island, in ILLINOIS;
j-.-i.io. VustiD. Ottutnwa, 'wuwsi, r
r.aimr n. ' . ....,, w.rlati and Council
N '';"; I "w"- Mim.POll nd St. Paul. In MIX
t1. hn and Sioux Fall-, in DAKOTA;
f t j '-.h acl Kan. Cr. in MISSOURI;
":- '''I Ijicoln" Mirburr .ml Nelson, n NEBRASKA;
'''TS' AN lwdse Cay. Caldwell, in
I vis Kinrti-tor, El Eeno and Minco. in IXDIAX
pi -OFY- I'f v- r. Colorado Springs and Pueblo.
f' r U I .i.oi-' areas of ricn farming
' ' .V'i land.. affording the be f- sUUIes of inter
'' t - aJaiion in all twos and cieaat and rat,
'and southwest of Cbicmjo aid Tacinc and
VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS
, , a" crnnrtit(.rs In splendor of equipment,
cinr.AiV and des voikes. council
'-m and OVVHA. and letweE CHICAGO and
r-vvFR r.H."fU.i SPRINGS ai d PI EBLO, via
c'VvsJVi'iTY and Ti-PEKA and via ST. JOSEni.
r ,. parCae!.. FP.EE KECUXISO CHAIR
"s and Vlt Nrs m" DiI Cnr s,rvl"'
' 'Vj.'.vr.BfCt.'i.t l..r.v and Color ulo Sprints with
1 , y ii;i ii..i., n--v I'i'iiiii a tii-; litw and
TEAKS-ROCKY MOUNTAIN ROUTE
, ,-..r whUb annotMr-JRirrwl trains run daily
-' t v.ivr w'TH'.'l'T CHANOSE 'o and from Sail
I .', i":t- Ci"'.?- -J Swi F-nctoo. TUB ROCK
-Vy-n i f.'- itivt nr.; Fa .trite Line to ani
' :ari:." i. f:!". P1''' H :-r sanitary p.nd
s "u- res"!"'-''' an l i'.in8ll'ict In Colorado,
DAILY FAST EXPRESS TRAINS
j-, ct j-rj h fn'! K:t City tn and fmro all im
tUV tor.-Ts cit:'-.: 1 " t in $ -cLern 3Cclmka,
J; Vi s a.,,i f;? Ir ii .ti T. riirorr. .Jso via ALBERT
T V E' 'TTl f K'' - ' , !t.r PTK' ChioRgo to Watnr
i'z . : Y-.K IN MIM1. 'l.I-S and ST. TAUL.
r r.r-ti'-fic im -.1 1-.ir-:- n -rUi aud :iort!.irfcst Inrtween
i c l.-k t:v v at.
T r Ti'.-k'. I" '1 '.'-r. or desired inforaintion
r ..v (" t'-:-. Ti.kc. 02ico ir the United Ptatea
E. ST. JOS'.. JOHN SE3ASTIAN,
Cp: '. :.'AL:-e.-, C'""1 1 it. 4 Pass. Aft,
WILL be under the fuperrision of the
B.irl!npton. Cedar Bar Ids fit Northern
Railway, W. J. MORRISOI.". Manager, and
be open for the receotion of g-uesta
J-ue 1 5th sn eaeh year. iaitora Trtll find
is first-class tn all of its appointments,
te.n? supplied trtth grat, hot and oold
trater batbs. iectric beUs and aU modern
lprroremer.it. iteam lt.undry. billiard
ta..s. bowline alley, etc.. ar.d positively
t.-ce froa annoj-ance by jnosquitos.
ROUND-TRIP EXCURSION TICKETS
ril! be placed on sale at the commence
ment of tourist season bj- the Burlington,
tsaar Rapids & Nortbem Railway and
a-i o. its connectinj? lines at low rates to
t?e. in? Points: Sririt Lake. Iowa;
ttaterriue. Minneapolis, St Paul and
MinnercTika. Minnesota; Lake Su
per.or pomts; Yellowstone Park and
Points in Colorado.
Wr;re for A M-.dsurcmer Pkradiae" to
w ireneral Ticket ard Fassensrer Affent
rr-!'?r. 5fJi?!1, Io,s'a; for hotel rates to
j0T "OiRiaON, Manager, Spirit Lake.
C MVTS. j. F. HMINEGAN.
n,4-8,'' S-P't (in Tt iu) P.'r UtU
i - V - , ' ITa'"tl,-e,u u.aidforover
c --'L. , J1M', '' I"P Every atoKto Spe
r,Jre f"r '"J named.
. it tii "ompito re met ; i e o 1 1 h c World.
U-T .-V PRTX TPiL ji "r.-. PE1CTS.
2 i"ubj. '.ld. brouc-.itn.TT8: :: lit
I li If' Sl' k He dacl;e. VerUiso .ZZ
' l'Jp-pia, Bill, us s-fmach.
', r.W" dor Pail ful lefi 12 5
1. M hilra, , t.K Pmf use PerltKla. . l&
1 5 Ifil" f?1 A ue- c 'iU. Malaria ... M4
il Vh;rr' lnfluen. Cold in the Head I jO
j ( i ."p., " Violent Curtii: ISO
.jj Kidney lliu-i.r .. " ..JM
eae a ofthelle-trt.Pal uitaUon l.Stt
ft'.rlV?T 5',?'!f;:r'':r t postpaid on rem-lpt
1 1: -- -. .
"-jned of street car hr.r..
"..saietobe h-ld 8t Lorton
Bro3'. s ables.
, WEDNESDAY. JULY 2P
" " are m ; WK "" m ' ana ont:uulng
f WU, or liven ."I'' ot - 8od
re Benrseh"w.r ' or Particular, call or
davenport. Iowa. 0r Lorton
0. W. nmmm
v"lU.lif f AacToneer..
For trie improvement of Third avenue
from the east line of Twenty-fourth to
the west line of Ninth street, of Nine
teenth street from, the north line of
First avenue to the north ine of Third
avenue and of the alley between
Eighteenth and Nineteenth street3
and Second and Third avenues from
the south line of Second avenue to the
north line of Third avenue.
Br it OrdiAiitd 6j tu Council of the City of
Rock Inland :
Pectioi. That Tiiiril avenue from the eiat
lit e of Teutv.fourtJ to tne west l.ne ci( Ninth
etret. o- Nineteenth .treet I om the to th line or
KlrM avemie io the tiortn line of Third avenue and
cf the alley between highteetith and Mneteenih
a reets and hecond and I hird avenue, from ue
fo Hh line of Second avenue m the n. nh li..- r.t
Tuird avenue, a'l telug in the otporaU limit of
inenia crjti n n nana, ne and ttia same i
herehv ordered curbtd with e nrh tor.e
and siaded, impiovei and paved with paving
-.im. vi K"vu uamj, iu uiauner lonowing; unrri
stone, vnall le aet on each .ide thereo at th.
outer lira of the re.pectlve sidewalk.. Said curb
.tonea.nau o or ae ne.t quality of tatidt jne,
no 9ecnoii to be le' -han three (Si feet lontj. two
(i) teet ditp and four (4) incLe. thick when
dre..ed The t.-p tdt'4 .hall be f(Nl and square
and ritatlv buli-hammered. and the f.ce i-hll
also be ntatlv bu.u-liauimered not le tuau
twelve (14) inches domii from the top. Toe etds
.hall be dre.-e.i .moots, .o a. to make e n-e
joinis thro gh the full thicknfssof the .tone nit
ie. tnn one root down from the ton. and thebtck
side id the .tone i-hal! be dri i-J to a unilorm
tnfkne. of four (41 inches flown from ih t,
Tnc-excavaliiiS and grading shall he to such a
di-pta a. wil . an e the top ot the pavement, when
ni.i, to confotm n the resi ectiva established
ardeof .aid .treet between said pulnta as .aid
nercioiore o-.un eMiimniect by naidcily
of Work Ii-lami. ano the aid
Tided for hall, when laid, con'orm tu .aid trade.
ouu in 3 excavaitnif and (Trading shall be to such
a depth asill cause tde .a d pavement to con
form thereto. On tne road bed thus formed there
.hall he put a bottom la. er of clean m-cadam to
he Hid a de'.vu of six tm in he w..r ti,..
road bed, wuerever thero shall not icma.ii sis ,11)
incte of macadam, a nt ttretei.t laid iu .-id
. r-t, .rter.aid street lift- been excavated snffl
c ently to hrin.; the finished pavemei t np to said
esianlished tirade. The int. nt being that a' left
si.ie, incut i or marauam tili De under all the
partneiit as a foundation. The whole is then to
he thoroughly relied with a liorie roller ami ,
tied to piace and completed to the satisfaction vf
Hie tnavor. nipeiintendtnt nf nrei t anu.'rcet
and alley committee, tin the found.it on cotirn
ttere must lie laid clean river .and, to the .iep h
of three (3) inch. .. which .ha'l he raved into an
even layer, without licking it, until the nirface
layer ai d gravel fouiidaiiou i. m,de compact and
.oiid to the er.tTesaii.iactionoIthem.vor. .ii'..-r-ititendent
of s'rt ei. and street and aileV commit
tee Un tne surface laver of an.l slia 1 be placed
a cour-e of brick upon their ttt or four luc h mr
f: ce ainl lenathw .e of st'e-t. eve beinc taken tj
bteak joints the fame as w hen laid in a "wall. On
thi ni'.r-e of brick .liali l;c spread river sand
si flicieiiily to till every jo i t and lo cover the
enure course one il) inch. Cpon men course of j
b.icksocnve ed sha'! he plated a course cf hricn
eciL-wwe. that i. lenirthwtso or ii. n tr.eir narrow
unface. and cro-sw ie of the street, nlac th- in
close toteiher and TeiikiniT joints ai befcre ste
Hied. at,u each brick shall he of tliesiz - of i
inch .. Provided: that oa sneli parts m said
NiUulcer.rb ttretct an 1 Third aveiiuo utter escavai
ini: s x (6i inches below the tsiaUi-tud tiadc
tl.re shni. IHlU'll at least Oil inches i f well I arL--
ei max- -oaiii witli I icb ld street is now paved
the .iniier course of hr;ck may bo omitttd. ard
mere na:i ce iaia c, ear. river eaxil to the depth of
two .ii inraes which shall he raked to an eveu
lay- r and thoroughly wet don wirlovi liekin-it
until it is made compact ar.d solid, to theati.f c
tionoTthe mayor, tuperintendu-1 of streets atd '
sir. et and a ley committee. o broken or irrf
ular shape,! brieka .liah be il
course. Trie hnck mnngsins; the topconrse shall
be rcjju ar im shape and .ize aim of tao verv be-t
and hardest s, I,.cied hrick. and all hrick u-ed in
this course sfca'l be of the best quajtv of vnr fld
i rick, such as will meet the upn. oval ofthemavo
mperinterde t of sireets auo tt eet and aller colu
mn tee. The lwer couise shail be of hard b'oraed
said st-eets acd alley .hail be- exc ivatej.orad.il,
ifoproi ed and paved as aforesaid the hoi - widt-i
of i he am, that i. to sav the said Third avenue
and Nineteenth street trie whole wnith u..
the curb stone", andthe said alley the whole width
ncieeii tne ouiidimrs nuts on the same, except
the ir.tei.ections berebv ordered to he i,v...l ..,.1
ttnpiovtd as aforesaid, tint is 'osay. the intrrsec
t:ons of TweKty-foiitth. Tweuty th rd. Twentv-second.Twer.ty-arst.
Nineteenth, Ei.!itentli. e"v
etteenth, Sixteenth, Fifiwaih. Fsn-teeui, 1 h:r
tectb. Twelfth. Eievt nth. Tenth and Ninth -treet-.
and aid Third avenue, and oct p'ine also the
ponion included between the rails of tae Daven
port ,k Rock Island, aadlhe Moliue Jt Kock Island
audition Mnet Kailnay companies, tne Rock
ltit-nd Ji; Milan street Hallway cjmpanvani eigh
teen inches on the outer Hde of said comanie-"
Tae CiKtfor pavici .aid street ir tfrsertinna
shill he aid f jr out of the special fund o e pro
vided therefor, and "he cost ot paviurf ihe portion
of ihe street tncludon in he traks of jhe Uaven-
prt x Kock Islar.o, the Molme A' Hock island and
inii.nMtcethaiiw.Ay companies uad Ibe Kock
Island S Miian Street lliilwav coa nur. r.-
tec.S. That Ihe whole cost and exrense of the
imi-rovenieut. provided for tn section l. of this
orditiacce. niclanine the cost of rnak ni: the as-ses-iueiit,
cuiltciiii!; tte .'ecial !ax. surveying
atd in-i cc ina e.cepting the above specidcd)
sha 1 be ra-s-d an ptui by .pecial tax it ion and
said .pecial tax shall be leviod. asse-sed and O il
lected u; on and froai the blocks, lots andpirts of
lots contuiiccs to and touchim thot-e part- of ail
st. eets which are here hy ordered to he Daved in
proportion to the fromaueof sstd block, lots and
atis or lots upt.n the said pan. cf said s -reels
that are to be paved as foresaid Said xeial
taxatlori Is to be levied under article y of an act
cf the eeneral assembly, eut tied. "An act provid
irg for the incorporation of cities and village .."
approved April 10. lsT2. and the amount of the
.ecisl tax tons to be levied and raised aha 1 be
(tT5.(l (i) seventy-five thonsund dt llars.
mc o. t nat mc amount of sa.d specaltaa
tion fo-said iniprouemeut shall be d vided ii to
insiaiinHius.tiien.pt of wnirh shall be twenty
five percent of the total or ta d a-es menr. ni d
which aha.l be due and Payable from and after
conf.aT.ation rl said asses-mer.t 'Ihe remaiumg
ponton cf said assessment, after dedue in ihe
saia nrst lnstal nient, shall be divldna irto four
equal ai naal instaHiuerts, which said irsl tl'men:8
shali be p. yable annually thereafter, and co!lted
in the same manner that otier assessment ara
cclle.-ted. tach of ihe io-.r 14) 1 st named 1n
Haiimcut" shali benr interest at the rate of five
per cent per antnm from aud a t.-r the first day
of July next .uccee' iug the confirmitioa of said
assessment lUovided. that tne whole of .a d -s-.-moii'.
or un- installment or installments
thereof, may he paid at any lima lit tire o tion !
the owner or owneis of said lo s. block." p ete,
or irrcts, in which cast! inte e t shall be charted
only I the titxeof payment. nd upon sn.h i uy
Eicnt tde proptrty f ir whlr h ..'! avn ei;t is
n al -ha 1 be discharted Irom liie lit.ii o: aach
se Pnyments for the said impro emect
snail tie made in he following iiiannr: From
Me -mount of tiie;st pavment. when it shall he
col.iyrttJ. haii first be paid al the costs of mak
iugtbesald assessaetit it.c ucinz couit cost.,sur
veyins aud iniecting The remainder of ssid
payment .hall tlun be paid to the perseu or per
sons entitled thereto oa the contract of said work.
1 he amount remain ne due upm the contract lor
said improvement shall be divided into four (4)
equal parts, and a voucner shall be issned by the
uid city to the person or persons entitled thereto,
for esco part payable in same order and manner
that the installments ate paall-. and said vouch
ers shall be -r the same rate of interest per annum
that said installments bear, and be made payable
to the order of the person or peasons entitled
thereto and state th installment for which they
arc issued, and any peism or puraoua. excepting
the vouchers as provided herein for work done or
performed open slid improvement or their s
signs shall havo no claim- or lien npon the said
City in any event for the payment of said vouchers
or the interest, otcept for the collection of the in
stallments for which said voucher, were itsued.
tec. 5. That Aldermen Tiodall, Adams and
Knox be appointed commissioners to make an
ertimate ot the cost of said Improvement aud eacn
part thereof, including a separate estimate cf the
cost of labor, material, and lawful cost and ex
penses of n-akinz aid collecting said tax, and all
legal costs and charges of the court relating tliere
to. and report the same to bis council in writm?.
Sec. 6. Cpon the approval of said report br tne
city council, it shall be the doty of the city clerk
to advertise 1n the daily paper, of theci'y of Hock
Island for at least twenty i) flays, for bids for
the improvement specified, aud he sua 1 mail
merkedio ics of raid adveitlsement to ail con
tractors whose names sball be furnished by any
citizen of tots city. Ail bidders shall ba renatred
to eeposit sealed bids for said work with the city
ciera prior io six o cioea: on Monday afternoon
1391, together with samples of brick to be
Kach proposal most be accompanied by a eertl-
neu caeca ou some noca island oanic lor 9ovu,
payable to the order ot the mayor of the city of
Hock Island, which check is to be forfeited and
paid to the city of Rock Island in case such party
io wnom tne contract u awarded snail ran to ex
ecute the contract so awarded and f arnisi bond
in the svm of twenty-five thousand (!23 tWO) dol
lars with sureties and conditions satisfactory to
the mator within ten days af erthe awardirg of
said contrcct. and the council f hall have the r.ght
to rejec any and all bids,
lamed Jnly 6, l'9l
Attest: Kobkrt Eoeblbh, Mayor.
feal Citv Clerk.
STATE OF ILLINOH.
Kock Island Col-htt f
Connly Court of Rock Island County, to the Ju'y
Term, A. D . 1SH1.
Charles H Kent, executor of the last will and
testament of William L Cook, deceased, v..
Martrare: H. Cook, Elijah B. Cook, Emma L.
Rolff. Uatheriue W. Kisley, Julia M Ash, Net
lie French, Jessie J. Cook, William L. Cook,
Frederick S. Cook, Charles U. Cook, Emma
Mi ler, Emms hing, Alice Ma.on. 'I nomas W.
Grafton. John Aatei and John II. Taylor PeU-
tion to sell real estate to pay debts.
Affidavit of the non-res deuce of John IL, Tay
lor. Ehj.h B. Cook, Emma L. Ho fi', Catherine W.
Risley, Julia M. Ash. Nellie Freuch, Jessie J
Cook, William L Cook. Frederick t. Cook.
Charle H. ook, Err ma Miller. Emma Thing acd
Alice Mason, defendants above named, having
lin riled iu the office of the clerk of the county
court of Hock Island couutv. notice is hereby
given to the svd John H Tavlor, .liSh B. Cook,
rvmma L. Rolff, Catherine W. Risley, Julia M.
Ash. Nellie Vrench, Jessie J Cook, Wil iam L
Cook. Frederick s. Cook. Charles H. Cook, Emma
Miller, Kmma Thirir aud Alice Mason, that Ibe
said plaint n". i. harfes H. Kent, executcr of the
last wnl and testament of William L. Cook, de
ceased, has filed his petition in the said countv
conn of Kock Island county for an order to sell
iue premises neioi ging lo tne estate or saia ac
cessed, or so mnch t.f it as may be needed to fay
the deb.s of said deceased, and deecrtbed as fol
lows, to-wit :
'1 hat certain tract of land commencing one hun
dred and twenty-seven and oue-ualt (147;-, i feet
south from the i.orthwest comer ff lot number
one ill, in block cumber two (8, in Cnarlea
uuiorti . aauition to the city or Kock island, on
what was formerly Known as Washington stieet,
and runnin : thence east para'lel with what was
formerly known as Green street one hn dred and
.evenly (170) feet to what was formerly known as
Cherry street, thence south forty-tour (441 feet.
tuoncc west one hundred and tevenn iKO) feet
to slid Washington streel, thence north w ith said
Washmt'toa street to the. place i f bcainiiing, sit
uated in tiic county of Hotk Island and s'aie of
Illinois, and that a'sincnions has been issued out
of .aid eomt aaiiis- you. retnrnabb' a the July
term. A. 1). lsul of said court,' to be liolileu on the
first Moi.tWv of Ju.v. A. I).. lS'.ll, at the Court
House in tne city cf Kock Istand in liock Island
Now. tiiib-sTOH.thff.a'd John H.Taylor, Elijah
B. cok, Emma I.. Koiff. Cethurlne V. Ki.-lev,
Julia SI. V-h. Nellie breiii.li. .Ies-ie J. Cook. Wil
Han L. Cook. Fredericks Cook, Charles U. Cook.
Emma Miller. Emma Hum: and Alice Mason
shall perOi ally be and appear In fore .aid county
court of Kock Ls'aiid county and (liead. ani r or
demur to the sa d eonipsmaiit's petl ion filed
herein as required by law, the same and the mat
ters and things theteiu charged and t.ued will be
taken as confessed, and a decree entered airain-t
you focordtmr to the praerof saia bl.l
K ek Isbiml, III., Jun- 24. l'ivl.
J.u kson A HrilsT. IIJaLMAK KOIILER.
v'ompiaitiant e r-o (citors. c . rk of said Court.
Votice to Contractors.
Si ale.i proposals will be received at the citv
ck-rk's orlice. nock is aud. ill , until o'o'ock '.
m.. M nday, Atmust S 1H91, for c )ii;rtictii g the
.n provemeiu otaetea oy nil KM nacce ert;t -d.
"A n ordinance for the construeiion of a seu er on
Ninth stieet from th i c -mer ct the alley between
Fust and second aveiuis o coui.ect with the
msin .ewer on r ifth avenue wi h lateral branches
ip tne sltevssnd betwetu r'irst and s.ecnnd. Sec
ond and Th rd and Fourth avenues rust icttve y"
aim asae.nameuis vuereio paseea jaay is, sep
loinber 1H. ItO.i, rest-tctively.
Plans and sreciflcat ons for s!d itnproverccr.t
on tile in the citv cleik's orlice.
Al! bids must be accompanied with a cettified
check in the sum of as a iraarantee that if the
bid i acc; tea a contract will" be euu red into aud
Tue city re-etv.s the riiht to rejjet any acd all
Kick Island. Ill ,Jul 11. Ii91.
RoUbKl' KOfili ER.fity Clerk.
Of Davenport & Rock Island Street
Railway Company for right of way.
Public notice is hereby given to all persons In
terested, that at a meeting if the citv council of
the city of Rock Isl.nd. to be neld a, the city
council room on tne ;n day of July. A. D lS'Jl,
the undersigned bavenport A Kock Is and Mretl
Kilw-ay company will present to .aid city council
a petition ask.ng for the px.sa:e of an ordinance
granting to it tue ruthl to build, maintain and
cperate fora peiiod of twenty year., a single or
doable track railway, for running thereon by elec
tric power, car. for "the transportation of passen
gers along the following route in said city: Co
mencing on the t orth lice of Fifth (5) avenue on
Nineteenth (IS i stteet. thence south on Nineteenth
(19) street to Six b (Si avenue to the east line of
Twsiity-tirst (ill m e .
Kock Island, 111 , July 7. lS'.tt.
DAVENPORT & KOCK i?L.ND STREET
RAILWAY CO -PA.NY,
K-t-1e of Sarah B. Cobb. Deceased.
The undersiened. having been appointed ex
ecutor of the last Will and testament of jarali B
( obb. late of the county of Rock island, state of
Illinois, deceased, hereby gies notice that he will
aiqicai before the county court of Kock islard
county, at the ofnee of the clerk of .aid court, in
the city cf Rock Island, atthe September term. on
the First Monday in September next, at which time
all persons having claims against said estate arc
notified and requested to attend for the purpose of
having the same adjusted. AU persons indebted
to said estate are requested to make immediate
pavment t( the undersiirned.
Dated this Tth day of Jnlv. A. D.. 1MH.
PrilL MITCHELi . r-xecntor.
gticb to Contractors.
Sealed proposals wi l lie rsciived at tve city
cler"s office, Rork Island. Ill , until Holiday.
August 3. 1 V. n (So'clock p m., for onstracting
the iinwovetteni o dered bv in ordinance of said
city, passed April -'J. lt'Jl, entitled. -An ordi
nance lorjthe imoroveinpnt of t-eventoeth street
from the south line of Second avenue to the north
line of Third avenue.
lUns and s; eciflcstion for said Improvement
on file In the city clerk's office
All b us must be sccotnpauied with a certified
check In the sntn of f.VO a a luar.ntee tht if tr.e
hid is Lccepted that a contr.ct will he nte ed in
to and the performs lice of it propoily secured.
Blank bids will be fun iahed on upplic.ii.ou at the
city clerk's oBice.
'i he city resre the right to njict any aud all
bids cr iTouosalf .
R.iek leland. 111., Juiv 11, 1S91.
HOBKKT KOEHLrtR, riiy clerk.
otice to contractors.
t-ead proposals will be received at the city
clerk's office, Hccx Island. 111., until 6 o clock p.
m., Monday, July ). 18.H, for the planking of
bridge No. 1 aud No. 8 oter Rock river near Ssars
town, and a so to paint the supertrnctnre of
tridge No . with one coat of mineral paint.
Also to repair and alter toll gate at the toll
Plans and specifications can be seen on file at
ths city clerk's ofHte
Bids must be separata on work so sifled herein.
The city reserves the right to rejectany and all
Rock Island, U'.. July 11, 1S91.
ROBERT KOEHLBu, City Clerk.
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$200.00 and Upward
For sale, secured on land worth from three to Ave
times the amount of the loan.
Interest 7 per cent semi-annually, collected and
remitted free of charge.
E. W. HURST,
Attorjtet at Law
Booms t aal 4 Maeooie Tempi.
BOCK ISLsMTO, ILL
On that Account Our whole Stock of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Has to be Disposed of
AT ANY PRICE.
Worth of Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing
To be Bought for
A WELL KNOWN FACT,
That Carse & Co.'s Shoe House is the largest
exclusive Shoe house in this entire section.
Have attained their present size by proverbial
HONESTY and strict attention to the shoe
CARSE & CO.,
Only handle the BEST goods made and BUY
' direct from the manufacturer.
CARSE & CO.,
Don't need to say anything about their LOW
PRICES, their ever increasing trade adver
tises them in that line sufficient.
r1mnarts . ti-illiiUit transDarenev to ibeskio. ftft-
I mtiTM all niftiDles. freckle, and dltcolormtiolu. For
I sale by all nrst-clas dnurtri'U or ouuied for 60 eta.
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SCHOOL OF ; itodfor cCrolar..
-HAS DECIDED TO SELL OUT HI3-
115 and 117 West Second Street, DAVENPORT IA.
J. T. TDIXOJNT,
. MERCHANT TAILOR,
And Dealer in Mens' Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
1622 Second Avenue
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