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THE AliGUrS; TUESDAY, SEPTEMUElt 8, 1891.
Solid Oak, size 22x22, Polish Top Parlor Tables, for
only $150 each. Regular price $). 00.
More of those elegant Antique Bedroom Suits
$14.00, worth $18.00.
All wool Ingrain Carpets, new patterns, only 60 cents
a yard, worth IS cents.
And scores of other bargains in Parlor Suits, Ward
Robes, Side Boards. Stoves, Oil Cloths, Cur
tains, Rugs, Easy Chairs and Rockers.
CASH OR CREDIT, AT CASH PRICES.
CHAS. A. MECK,
Telephone 421. 322 Brady Street, Davenport, la.
Open every evening until 8 rOO o'clock, an 1 Saturday's nntil 10:00 p. m.
AND DEALER IN
Wrought and Cast Iron and Lead Pipe
Hose, Packing, Sewer and Drain Tile.
Steam and Gaa Fixtures.
t3Eest work at fair prices. Estimates furnished.
Office and sho? 819 18th St. Telephone 1183.
CHAS. W. TERBURT, Manager.
Hock Island, 111.
INCORPORATED UNDER TEX STATE LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
BOOK ISLAND, ILL.,
Open dally from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m., and Saturday evening from 7 to 8 o'clock.
Five per cent interest paid on Deposits. Monev loaned on Personal, Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security
I. P. BXTNOLDd. Prea. F C. DKNK.HANN, Viie-Prea. J. X. BXTPOBD, Caahier.
F. L. Mitchell, E P. Reynolds, P. C. Denkmann . John Crnbaneh. H. P. Hull,
Phil.Mitchtll, L. Simon, S. W. B int, J. M. Baford.
Jacxaoa & Htragr, Solicitors.
y Will begin buroee J uly 8, 1890, and will occupy banking room with Mitchell Lynda
In til new bank la completed.
J. B. ZIMMER,
THE WELL KlfOWN
Stab Block, Opposite IIabpeb House.
has purchased for t he
Fall and Winter of 1891-2,
A larger and finer stock than evtr. These poods will arrive in a few days. Wait and tee them.
Manufacturer of all kinds of
BOOTS AND SHOES
Gents' Fine Shots a specialty. Repairing done nc it!y and promptly ,
A share of your patronage respectfully solicited.
1618 S-icond Avenue, Roek Island, HI.
()pen for the Season,
(Mold avenue j0e Huber's Garden,
A magnificent place tor picnics, parties, etc.
. CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
Bhop corner Twenty-second street and Ninti avenue. Residence 2935
'1 kir.ueutti avenue.
tyie rrop.- rel to make catimatof air! in all kinds of tJarpenter work. Give him a trial.
suoai wtimi vtixa.
C?a cuaranti to cure nil n mtooh diseased, mich as Weak Memorr.
Jfut r.r it-i ' w T. Hpiidache. V 'akefulneon, Ixxtt Manhood. Nightly Kmitx
pions, iStTTousiiefv, i.aHHiiude.itll trains and luasof powerof the neraU-e
OriraiiS in either Sex r.anufi hcut Arpiprtlnn. vnnthftil Armra nr vi..iv.
i use of tohaceo, opium or Btinjulaiu which soon lead to lnflrmitT.Cunfluinp
jOtion and liiMinity. Put Bpcomep enttocarry In Tentpocket. tfl per pack-
mnw j " "i 1 1 ii cri j i vinitjr w x: yu-r u wnum trufrniTilCC W CMtT
or rU uiui ttu money. Circular Iree. Addre&t Aicrfc flto4 Ca.. Chic, lii.
For Bale in Rock Island by Hartz & Bahnsea, 8d Are. and 20lh street.
Regular Monthly Meeting of the
Important Ordiac',At lpt !, Utile
Allewrd and other City AfTilni
Looked After The Tax
OFFlCIA'ia REPORT. J
City Cockcil Room, Hock Island
Sept. 7 The council met in regular
session at 8 p. m.. Mayor McConocbie
presiding and all the kldermen present.
Tbe minutes cf tbe last meeting were
read acd approved. City ofiteers" reports
for the month of August were read and
ordered placed on file.
Alderman Better from to 3 bridge
committee reported progress as to the
planking of the city's bridges
Alderman Corken from the fire and
Hpht committee reported In favor of re
taining tbe volunteer services of the
Gilpin and Franklin hose companies and
to dispose of the property of the oihtrs
by selling tbe stme. Oa notion of
Alderman Hueting tbe report was laid
over. As to the latter clhtise tbat part re
feiriog to the companies tetained having
Aldermin Knox reported the audit of
the monthly bills and offered an ordin
ance allowing tbe sime, which was
unanitn jusly adopted in amounts as fol
lows: LAB1R PAT BOLL.
. Ailt'.S Aug. IS Aug. 22 Aug. 31
James KinuPy.... ai) 25 15 12 "S lti in
A L WriL'ht 17 2 Hi 10 Oi) 13 S5
W H Thompson... 17 li 14 60 M) 15 Oi
John Evans 16 10 lti In 7 50
Wui.O'B.-ien IK 50 14 00 10 50 15 00
Ja Mctjnaid 13 60
D Jamrron in fV)
JasMulquot'U 15 00 16 10 9 00 6 00
Fra-k oVonnell.. 15 00 3 UO
Frsuk Evjiis lias 10 :o
B Tli.impfun 9 00
Ja Edgar 16 10 fi So
R C Benson 7 10 ! Ul 8 00
James Mullen.... 1 50
W J Gamble 14 25 110) 115(1 13 00
Geo kirsch 9 5) 8 05 S SO 9 40
Pat Nnonnn 10 50 8 05 b 23 9 SJ
V m F arris 8 f ) 4 30 7 50
I. Yaryoueue 5 8)
Sam Mmrg 1 10
J Marsh .i k 5 M)
Fat hivelin 1 10 1 50 7 73
John t'ondnn 1 10
John Huller 11 05 7 S) 7 85 9 40
D B a kstock ,7 3') 6 75 8 25
JohnCss 10 70 7 30 4 so 7 31
1. Eihl 10 10 4 SJ 6 00 9 a)
John Corcoran 20
J C Blaisde.l 9 75
Pat Wauire 1 10
C Greater 4 50
Geo Lotm S 25 7 10 9 75 9 40
M Lotmor 1 50
Tim Sexton 10 50 8 05
F Fahey 1 50
J Johnson No. 1.. 10 10 8 05 7 10 u 4 1
J Johnson No. 2.. 10 10 8 05 4 50 9 40
Martin 111 11 4 . 9 20 05 H M
Peter Currvn UN) 11 2 7 10 11 8.1
John Conway 10 50 9 00 8 25 7 85
John lialey 10 00 1 Ml
Bich Petder 1 10 15) 3 00
Peter Nodde 1 10
S Cunningham 9 00 1 50 10 76
Mich Smith 7 ; S 05 1 5o 10 70
L H Dudley 7 50 1 50 9 20
Ed Brasher 10 SO 9 00 9 00 10 30
Jame- slater 5 25 8 80 9 40
Crit Baker lti 50
FredJBreehn . S 0 6 00
B Kicha-dsoa 3 .V S IW
Andrew Brady.... 75 10 7i
Wm Ftiruuson 15 tit)
Wn Kohli 12 50
Wm Dickmau 12 50
C Kamfkill n 23
Au2. 8. Aug. 15. Auk 25.
Wm Morris 6 00 8 40 "8 25
Win Murrin 6 OJ 8 4) 8 40
Pat O Hearre 6 00 8 4)
Andrew Bradey 8 75 8 4o
JohL Farley 6 00 A 90 8 25
Thos Fahey 5 25 8 41 8 40
Pich Per.der 4 10 8 40
Pat Magnire. Sim 7 ks
Pat 2 45 4 S5 t
Jamee Kehy ti 15
S. Cunningham 5 25
Labor pay roll Labor pay ro'l
No 1 5 323 29 No 4 1246 00
Labor pay roll Davis Co $ 50 00
No 2 233 75 H 1 Lum&.Mfu Co 5 61
Labor pay roll Stewart Mont
No. 3 2i0 60 gomery 196
PIPTH IVCM'C ACCOI ST
Latior pay loll Labor pay roll
No 1 47 56 No 4 47 50
Labor pay roll .1 II Lloyd lm 00
No 2 38 73 P B Lime ase'n.. 2 05
Labor pay roll Dowuinj Bros... 70 17
So 3 23 00 Davii Co 31 90
J Volk Jt Co 10 25
Labor pay roll WmTindall. 300 00
No 1 1 70 P J Lee 96 15
Labor pay roll Stepn O'Connor. 43 40
No 4 37 10 I, tv.' A Sharp 35 40
RlLcTc MfcCo.. 1 SO Konoly4Kaithal 7 SO
Stewart A Mont.. 3 61 WJ Kerr 5 00
Wm Kstusktll 66 W Paul Tbeisen 8 '5
C E Supply Co. . 614 8o H M Beardeley.. 2 35
Labor pay roll P B Lime Aseo
No. 4 9 00 ciation 8 75
SECOND AVENUE ACCOCKT.
Labor pay roll No. 1 8 75
BRIDGE ACCOUK r.
Weyerhaeuser & Labor pay loll
Denkmann No. 6 42 10
Weyerhaeuser & Adulph Carlton.. 66 24
Denkmann.... 18 70 Wm Glass 58 25
SteWt & Kontg'y 11 26 Geo Hetter 56 25
i Volk 1C5L Kramer 56 25
Phil Miller 81 25 Jobu Mulqueen.. 66 25
Geo Long 61 48 John Schaab 56 25
Andrew Elzel 56 25 Cbas Sundehn... to 25
D T youmi 2 5o John Koch 2 80
John Blowder... 215 00 John Miellv 2 00
John Sanger.... 45 to Wm Boeb'me 2 00
Mrs Herkert 9 60 J H Ro-enueld 1 75
Chas Engel 8 50 H I Fuel Co 1 ?5
K C Beni-on. 4 17 K I Gas Co 4 3s
Smith A Hau-e.. 3 95 A Nelson 7 93
E Cramptor 4 00 H U Paddock ... 13 15
riFTH AVENTE ACCOCNT
A Nelson 6 00 H Koehltr Co CU 630 21
11 G P-ddock 81 00
SECOKD AVEXCE ACCOCKT
HGPodioct 16 50
City Clerk 2 8 K Cramplon 4 Co 75
RIGas( 4 43 James Jlardiu . 3 00
Geo W D llcrris. 25 00
TWENTIETH STREET ACCOUNT.
H G Paddock . . .'. 8S JO
H G Paddock 15 90
G L Eyster 62 00 H Meese 35 no
Geo Gie-n 7H 0 ' T Ii Thomas 60
Wm Ousley 78 00
J B Danforth 30 00
PCBLIC SQUARE ACCOUNT.
James Mueller 10 03
SIcht Elect L Co 807 44
Wm McConocbie. li O 00 Jas Blaisdell.... 66 60
Root Koehler )i GO w L Sweeney... 45 00
JLUaas 66 ti Phil Mitchell 8 33
Labor pay roll No E H Kellogg 4 Co 45 C5
1 42 35 Mercln E L. Co.. 12 50
Laoor pay roll No J Ward 4c S'n... 8 89
2 80 70 Baker & HVsm'u 6 00
Labor pay roll CRI&PUR. .. 5 W)
No 3 33 00 R Knick 5 75
John A Murrin... loo 00 V Daly 5 00
T J Keddig 65 00 11 M Beardsley
John Ke-o 65 CO Co 8 50
Ezra Wilcher 5 0) w K Murrin 2 90
Wm Couiihlin 45 00 Downing Bros... 4 74
Victor Beck 45 0IM Ver.ury 2 05
Andrew Greaser. 4" 00 Wgraock i Rals-
Wm Rdlii'.... 50 00 too SCO
C V Mli.ing Co... ill 10 FioVrt Koeh er.. 2 00
Daris & I o HI 09 G il .-iemon.... . 1 00
PIKE ACCOUNT. '
R I Gas Co UH'KI&PBE... 10 76
K Bu.nett 1 75
Street ft Alley Hh Street 28 50
fitd .1,017 40 contingent 15 91
Fifth avenue. ...1,04.' 12 Health 23 50
Hie 1.264 IS Printing SO 00
Pewer 17 25 Pub ic square... 16 00
2d avenue 23 25 Light 807 04
Bridge 291 03 Salary 3e6&i
Police t,237 00 Waterworks 1,508 72
Office,. 35 46
Total f6,5 ;7 40
A bill of Sweeney fc Walker $340 on
Third avenue improvement account was
also allowed. A bill of James Johnston
and Hugh Garin, f 25, was referred back
to the fire and light committee to report
Aldermin Tbtescn from the license
committee reported favorably on tbe pe
tition of Capt. Streckfus for permission
to erect a warehouse and waiting rooms
on the foot of Nineteenth street, aad
recommending that the clerk be instruc
ted to collect a license fee from the
Davenport Snd comDany, for use of
levee at the rate of S20 per annum. On
motion the report was received and
Tbe clerk read the annual tax levy
ordinance, amounting to $55,130, which
was adopted unanimously.
Alderman Bladel, from the ordinance
committee, reported favorably on tbe pes
tition of abutting property owners to
grant right of way to the Davenport &
Rock Island Railway company for tbe
extension of its tracks on Nineteenth
street from Fifth to Sixth avenues, thence
east to Twenty-first street. Oa motion
of Alderman Knox tbe report was re
ceived and filed.
The clerk read an ordinance granting
right of way to the Davenport & Rock
Island Railway ompany to extend a
single track on Nineteenth street from
Fifth to Sixth avenues, thence east to
connect with its trick on Twenty-first
street. Alderman Corken moved its
adoption. Alderman Bladel moved to
amend to insert a three-iach tram rai .
Tbe clerk read a remonstrance from
property holders on Fifth avenue be
tween Nineteenth and Twenty-first s'reets
and on Twenty-first street between Fifth
and Sixth avenues to allow tbe present
street railway track to be taken up by
tae Stteet Railway syndic ile, which was
ordered received and filed.
Alderman Huesing moved that tbe
ordinance be laid on tbe table. No sec
ond. Mr. Jackson was given permission to
address tbe council in favor of granting
Alderman Adams offered an amend
ment to said ordinance specifying the
time of running cars every 15 minutes.
Adopted. The ordinance, as amended,
was then put upon its passage and car-,
ried unanimously except Alderman Hues
ing voting nay.
Alderman Kennedy, from tbe street
and aliey committee, asked more time to
report on matters referred which was
Alderman B adel moved to reconsider
tbe passage of a reaolution by Aldermin
Adams at tbe last meeting instructing ibe
street and alley committee to advertise
for bids for the improvement of Seventh
avenue east of Elm street. Motion car
Tue mayor stated that steps should be
taken to move in the matter of increasing
the pumping capacity of the waterworks
and on motion of Alderman Corken,
the waterworks and finance comm ttee,
was instructed to receive bids for new
machinery of six million daily capacity.
The clerk read a communication from
the heirs of the W. Brooks estate holding
the city responsible for damages in case
certain right of way is granted to the O ,
R. I. & P. Riilway company as per peti
tion. Referred to the street and alley
Alderman Durmtnn, from the sewer
committee, reported favorably on petition
for sewers on Thireenth street with la
teral branches on Fourth avenue. Also
on a sewer in the alley between Sixteenth
and Seventeenth streets north of Second
avenue. Report received and adopted
and tbe city attorney directed to prepare
tbe necessary ordinances to provide by
special assessment for sid improvement.
Park Commissioner Jackson stated tbe
desirability of having more lights on
Spencer square during tbe concert season.
The property holders in the vicinity were
willing to pay for half tbe expenses. Oa
moliou of Ald.Kennedy Mr Jackson was
given power to act.
Tte clerk read preamble and resolution
adopted by tbe Citizens' Improvement
association in relation to Sunset park
which was received and filed. Alderman
Huesing offered tbe followingwbich was
Whereas, The resolution from the
Citizens' Improvement association peti
tioning the city council for the convening
into the proposed "Sunset park" all lands
nonb of block five, six and seven in tbat
part of the city known as tbe Old Town
in the city of Rock 11 -nd; and
Whereas, 8id lands so mentioned
are located between Tenth and Thirteenth
streets north of First avenue, and as said
land is beautifully located and well
adapted for the use of said Sunset park,
therefore be it
Resolved, Tbat tbe establishing of tbe
proposed Sunset park be and is hereby
referred to the street and alley cummi tee
to tbe ordinance committee and city at
torney for the purpose of examing the lo
cation so desired to be converted into
said Sunset park and look after all the
details tbat may be necessary in tbe con
verting of said land into said Sunset park
from the north line of b'ockefive, six and
seven to the low water line of the Mississ
ippi river, and from tbe west line of
Tenth street to the east line of Thirteenth
street, and prepare therefor such ordi
nances as may be necessary for the con
verting of all said land into said Sun
set paik in connection with such
other reports as said commit
tees may deem necessary and present the
same at tbe next regular meeting. And
be it Re olved. That tbe riiy clerk
be and is hereby instructed to give notice
to the Rock Island & Peoria Riilroad
Co , tbat they shall not further damage
tbe leyy by digging or grading down the
same between ibe low water line of tbe
Mississippi river and their tracks for the
purpose of using the dirt for filling or
Alderman Evans offered the follow
Whereas, Twentvsfourth street, he
tween Second and Third avenues, is 103
feet acd 6 inches wide, and as there has
been conveyed to tbe United States
gnvernmeut 50 feet through the center of
enid Twenty-fourth street for tbe erection
of the viaduct us ai approach to the
government bridge, and accordingly there
is left on each side of said viaduct 29 feet
and 3 inches for public travel, and as it is
necessary that tbe east side of said
Twenty-fourth street alongside of the
viaduct be widened and continue to run
to the south branch of the Mississippi
river, therefore, te it
Rejolv.d. That the mayor, tbe city
attorney, the street and alley com
mittee and tbe ordinance committee he
and are hereby appointed and in
structed to arrange for the purchass
ing or condemnation proceedings for
the 30 foot space on the east side of
said Twenty-fourth street, between
Second and Third avenues, in order lo
widen said Twenty-fourth street, on the
east side of said viaduct, and prepare such
ordinance in connection with eucu oiher
reports as may be necetsiry in the obtain
ing of said 30 foot strip, which is n w
owned by the Case heirs, s that Twenty
fourth street, on tbe east aide of ttu Via
duct, may be widened to the extent of 58
feet and 3 inches, and present said or
dinance and reports therewith at the next
regular meeting of the city council. Rs
ferred to the street and aliey committee.
Alderman Kennedy offered a resolution
instructing the city engineer to make an
estimate of the cost of cutting, grading
and macadamizing Seventh avenue from
Thirtieth to Thirty eighth street", the
same to be done by special assessment or
taxation. Referred to tbe street and
alley committee. Ald rmsn Knox moved
tbat the fire and light committee be em
powered to proyide for the ligh'ing of
the cew engine house. Motion carried.
The clerk read a petition of the Postal
Telegraph Cible company for permission
lo erect poles and wires for the purpose
of doing a commercial ard social tele
graphic business On motion of Alder
man Kennedy tbe prayer of the petition
was sranted and the matter referred to
the ordinance committee and city attor
ney to draft an ordinance. On motion
tbe council adjourned to Wednesday
Robert Koehler, City Clerk.
Lota JTor gala
In Huher & Peetz' addition to the city of
Rock Island, being the late Bailey Dav
enport's homestead, nicely and centrally
located, within five blocks of the post
office. Title perfect. Terms liberal.
For particulars apply to tbe undersigned
at the People's National bank or on the
premises. John Peetz.
The London has no opposition.
injured to t--yourmM
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THE MOLINE WAGON.
THE MOLINE WAGOK
Manufacturers cl FARM, SPRING and FREIGHT WAK!
LtBB and coaplat Unas PLATTORM aad other frprlnf Wairoa, anwelall numf
-uc , ui nimwr nnaiuiip ana bmma. iiiutntM Pflre u: am
aonlieatfcm. m ika MdUNS aliON ba'ora purthunrj
J". 3L. CHRISTY,
Steam Cracker Bakery,
AirurAcnrsiB or ckacxxki afd bibcuiti
Ask your Grocer for them. They art bMt
V SlMClaltlMi Tk CkrUtj "OTITIS" and tha Chrtotj "WATEK-"
ROCK IPLAHD Hi
SEIYERS & ANDERSON,
Contractors arid Builders
All. KTKD8 07 OABPXVTKB WOKK D0ITB.
(Taturil fobbing dM a abort nottos aad aatlifaetloa fflarantwa.
OAoa and Bhop lilt Fourth Avenue,
ctt--. a.1" i ' iCaM
Goods received bT,
H CALL AND ESASU1-
GFOKGE SI HAFEK, Proprietor
1601 Second Avenue, Comer of 8iiteHh Stree
The choicest Wines. Liquors. Beer and Oa always oj
Free Lnsrh Every Day
Proprietor of the Brady Street
O E3 K
All klnda of Cut Flowere constantly on bami.
Green Honrea Flowr smit- p,r.fi-
Oa hln.-lr nnfth nf rAnt.n1 P.k k. Ia.cta., in U 34 llra.V lr
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor and Build
Office and Bhop Corner Sevetiteentb Bt
and Bereath Avenue,
"All kind of carpenter work a specialty Plana and oatlmaUa for all
fumlabed on application.