Newspaper Page Text
THE AK𝔘 TUESDAY. ShTTEMUKK -2 1891.
NEWS FOR YOU !
Good news, though it may not be exactly new
news that everybody wants to hear of, news
nobody should tire of hearing.
A NEW LOT OF
CARPETS, CURTAINS AND DRAPERIES.
smyrna rugs and art carpets.
oil cloths and shades.
side boards and dining chairs.
parlor and dining tables.
cane seat and upholstered rockers.
desks, book cases and s ecretaries.
parlor and bed room suits.
MIRRORS, PICTURES AND EASLES.
BLANKETS, COMFORTS AND BEDDING.
COOK AND HEATING STOVE 3.
You can not spend a more profitable hour than
here to see what we keep and how
we sell for CASH OR CREDIT
at Cash Prices.
CHAS. A. MECK,
322 Brady Street, Davenport, la.
Open every evening until S :00 o'clock, ani Satnrc ay's until 10:00 p. m.
AND GAS FITTER.
AND DIAXXB Of
Wrought and Cast Iron and Lead Pipe
Hose, Packing, Sewer and Drain Tile.
Steam and Gas Fixtures.
fBest work at fair prices. Estimates furnished.
Office and shop 219 16th St. Telephone 1183.
CHAS. W. TERBURY, Manager.
Roci Island, 111.
INCOBFOHATZD TJKDEB THZ STATE LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
.BOOK ISLAND, ILL.,
Open dally from t a. m. to 4 p. nu, and Saturday evening from 7 to 8 o'clock.
Fire per cent interest paid on Deposits. Money loaned on Personal, Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security
I. P. RIYNOLTM, Fraa. F C. DBNKHANS, Ttce-Piea. J. M.. BTTFOBD, Cashier.
P. L. Xltchell. V . P. Reynolds, . C. Denkmann. John Cm bangta, H. P. Boll,
Phil.Mitchell, L. Simon, K. W. Hurst, 1. M. Bajord,
Jacxsom A Hubst, Solicitors.
tBegan bnsineis July 8, 1890, and occupy the tontheast corner of Mitchell & Lynde'i new
J. B. ZIMMER,
THE WELL KNOWN
Stab Block, Opposite Habpeb House.
has purchased for the
Fall and Winter of 1391-2,
A larger nd finer stock than ertr. These roods will arrive in a few days. Watt and see them
ANDERSON COUNTY SOURMASN
$2.50 Per Gallon.
KOHN & ADLER,
Remove 1 to 219 Sevnnt t-mh Street
MANHOOD RESTORED liSsS
tea ffonrmsitee to enre nil norvnim diseases, Mich a Weak Memory,
Lonsot Brum Pow r.flemlaehe. Wakefulness, Lieut Manhood. Nitrhllr Emit
ion. NtrTourTie!.Li!fituat, nil arum and lotw f power of the Generative
Oruans In either ei cant! 1t over exertion, voutnful error, or pxcesnive
use of tobacco, opiuni or ntlmulanta which noon lead to InflrmltT. Con Bum p.
TJm. - tnn and Insanity. 4ut up ennvempnt to carry In Tet pocket, ffl per pack-mm-'
aire by mail: for 15. With every. order we give a written Qunrantee tacure
; vbikq. or rcund tt money- Circular Iree. Add ruse Aervc Seed to., ChlcAco, 111.
sale in Rock island by Hartz & Babnaen. 8d Ave. aad 20Lh street
Telephone 1098. 231 Twentieth street.
HIE CITY COUNCIL.
RKtar ml-.Monthly Mretina; l.a.t
Kveainx Varies Ma(e a Arted
OFKlCIAti REPORT. J
Cur Council Room, Hock Island
Sept. 21 Tbe council met in regular ties,
sion at 8 p m , Major McConocbie preg
en l and all the aldermen present. Tbe
mioutfi of tbe Iks', rt-guiar and aijourntd
meetinue were read nod approved.
Alderman Uuegiue resented a peti
tion of Clyde Thornton lor damans by
reason of a sidewalk accident wsicU Was
referred t the claims coinojittee, tbe
mayor and city attorney.
Alderman Knox, from ibe finance com
mittee, presented twj bills of Andrew
1 Kelson for building sidewalks Referred
to ibe maior to report at tbe next meet
ing. A bill of Wilii-im MrEniry for $67.
for stenographic work, was laid over to
tbe in XI nit-etisg.
Atd. Coiken. from the Are and light
commitiee, submitted a teport i f various
matters including the purchase of a team
for tbe hie department for $351) and a
wagon for 45l. and recommended that
orders be drawn for their payment. Toe
report was adopted and bills allowed ac
cordingly.. Aid. Bladel presented an ordinance for
the improvement of Seventh avenue tan
of Thirtieth street. A motion to Uy on
tbe table, by Aid. Adams, was lost, and
tbe ordinance was referred to tbe street
and alley committee.
Tbe clerk read an ordinance for the
construction of a sewer on Thirteenth
street and certain alleys, by special as
sessment. Adopted by unanimous vote.
Aid. Kennedy, from tbe street and alley
committee, submitted a report as to a
change of grade on Fourtb avenue. Tbe
report was modified by striking ojt one
recommendation and then adopted.
Aid. Kuuedy reported in favor of the
construction of a bridge on Thirteenth
avenue, balf the expense, $600, to be
borne by tbe city, and balf by tbe prop
erty owners. A motion to adopt tbe re
Aid. Kennedy reported on tbe bill of
John Mager recommending that it be re
ferred to Park Commissioner Jackson.
Referred back to the committee to con
sult Messrs. Jackson and Mager.
Aid. Kennedy asked further time to
report the Sunset park ordinance.
Aid. Knox, from a special committee,
reported an estimate of tbe cot of the
proposed Twentieth street improvement.
Report adopud and city attorney ordered
to proceed accordingly, on motion of
Aid. Knox offered a resolution requir
ing specific items in notices of special
Aid. C .rkeo oflerod a resolution in
structing tbe mayor and 6treet and alley
committee to have Fifieeutn street south
of Seventh avenue put to grade. Refer
red to street and alley committee and the
mayor with power to act.
Aid. Adams offered a resolution for
tbe putting to grade of Seventh avenue
east of Thirty-eighth street. A motion
to refer to the street and alley committee
was adop ed, S to 6.
Tbe clerk read a communication from
the Pboenix Hose company notifying tbe
city that tbe company would not remain
on dutv after Oct. 1. Received and or
dertd filed, and a vote of thanks tendered
tbe company, on motion of Aid. Cjrben.
Aid. Adams tendered his resignation as
an alderman of tbe Seventh ward.
The clerk read a letter from L. D.
Parker accepting the ordinance of the
Postal Telegraph Cable company, as fol
lows: William McConocMe, Mayor of Bock Itland, 111.
Dear Sir: Your favor of September
10, banded our representative, Mr. Wat
erman, has been referred to me. Will be
perfectly willing to handle free, to tbe
amount of $5 per month, the official
business of yourself and tbe city marshal.
This will eive you a free allowance of
$60 per year, which, I trust, will be en
tirely satisfactory to yourself and the
city officials. Thanking yon in advance
for the favor accorded us in passing tbe
ordinance, and promising to give tbe
citizens of Rock Island better telegraph
eetvice than tbey have ever enjoyed, I
am yours resoectfully.
L D. Parker, Gen. Supt.
Aid. Buesing moved that tbe street
and alley committee purchase a dozen
steel brushes for street sweeping.
Street Superintendent Blaisdell made
a report as to the cast of street sweeping
Totnrrow e;eaia' Harper's theatr
will witness the appearance of Oarrow's
Opera company of 35 people io the j-e-sen'ation
oT Jackowtki'a opera, Er
minie." The following familiar opera
Charles B. Drew, the original come
dian; John . Brand, of the Casino, New
York: Laura Clement, Duff Opera com
pany; Agusta Roche, D'Oyly Carte com
pany; Jesse Jenkios, Ship Ahoy com
pany; Ada Bernard, Henderson's Gondo
lier company; Henry Hallam, leading
tenor New York Casito; J. O Poland
and Sylva Cornish.
Another of Coarles Frohman's dis
tinguisbe 1 New Yora comedy succeeses
will have its fir a performance at tbe
Burtis opera house, Davenport, thu even
ing. It is William Gillette's la est com
ely farce, "Mr. Wilkimon'i Widows."
which has just closed a more than ordi
narily surc.ssful and profitable run in
New York The play is in three acts and
is confessedly constructed and developed
upon the basis of the French "Le, Feu
Toupinel," by Mons. Alexander Bisson,
the distinguished author, who is now en
gaged )Q writing an English comedy for
Ch arles Froh m a o .
Tbe Emerson minstrels, a company
composed of the very cream of the high
class vocal, musici-i aud comedy talent,
under the directorship of the grandest
manager living, Col. J. H H verly, pre
sents, Thurslay night, the first genuine
minstrel show this city has ha 1 in the past
six years at which time Btverly retired.
Bitly Emers'in, the i r'nc.t of minstrels.
charming vocalis' ami rn'ertaiaiug gen
tleman, is tbe biifc'bt nl'iarti-ular star
which is a guarantee of tbe make-up of
the wholn. ttome 4i) or more lending
lights tbe gems of tbe profeieiort, con
tribute to the programme, and smore
them we note severtl prctn h.eot foreign
artists A parage '"kes --:. Ht cin
Wait and see ibe two create tt n iustrel
king ever known Emerson, the star,
aid Hiverly, the manager.
On Friday evening S a'ej's great spec
tacular drama. "A R'iyl ksb " wiil be
presented with all its star' ling scenic
effects ani a file can.
A New FatlTta n.
Tbe Chicago. R ck I-lxml & Pacific
railway will, on Aulmjsi 16, 1891. put on
another daily train net ween Ctiteugo and
Denver that will run va tlnir new line,
jus, opened, through Om A e ant! Lincoln,
the capital of Netri-k-t
This train will hecin josed of new cars
throughout palace !eepeis, etitir cars
and dining cais. and n ; modern oattern
day coactes, and will tie a vestibuled
It will leave Chicago dail y a 8:35 night,
arrive at Denver 7 w-con l mrniDg.
Leave Denver b nifih', tnive Chicago
7:45 second morning.
E. St. John. .'no. Sebastian,
Gen'l Manager. Gcn'I Tai & Pn-sAgt.
Do not confuse tbe Famous Bluh of
Roses with the n-acy woniibss paints,
Dowders, creams and bleaches 'which are
flooding the marke t. G. t tbe genuine of
your druggist, T 11 Thomas, 75 cents per
bottle, and I guarantee it will remove
your pimples, freckles, blackheads, moth,
tan and sunburn, and give you a lovely
and trtll ever be tbe
Gout. Tnflnenza. Backache.
Pftina in the Side. Chest and
Joints, Neuralgia, Sprains, &Q
Before yon need to Day, obtain
S3" FREE OF CHARCE-CH
the valtutble booki "Stride to Health with
endorsements 01 prominent fnfair.iaag.
sr i rt
Prize Medals Awarded!
nan rTanaeai Sndolatadt. London.
Vienna, Prafiie, Botterdam, Olten,
Snrembare. Eonstein. Leipsio.
50 Cents a bottle, For Sale by'
E " 'ur ,r""o. ry
J. S. Darrah,
The Hustling Twelfth Street
Is provided with every
thing good to eat for
a Sunday Dinner
All kinds of Cheese
Limburg, Brick and Green,
And everything good in hom-
A tine assortment of coffees and
Fine French said ns, best
(ienuitie import-d I ucc oil
from LijtKirn, Italy
Potted ham in cans. -Potted
tix tewigne in cans.
Fine catm-d Oregon r-altn-m
just the tt ing for cold lunch
Aim nr and Gilmore ham.
Extra fanjil y breakfast bat-oa
Kresh laid -ges.
Dried bef in hunks for elicitu
Hamburg ee s.
Armour extract beef.
Canned corn beef.
Spring ch.icker.8 dressed lo
YOUR TRADE IS SOLICITED
J. S. DARRAH,
A. J. SMITH
n7 7 'Jr,?r'iS5Tr
- w--j .rir- rjwi T-"j"L-. ."'i--v-J I
-a- -VI' H 2r --.r-v. i
llies and Gr
J- SDITH 4
193 lor it.
THE MOLINE WAGON.
TUF MAT TTM17 Wrnv
I Till i
Eanulacturers ol FARM, SPRUNG aad FREIGHT WAGC5
Wasters tdt . nt npsnnr worloun.hlB and te.aa ttioMme Ww YJTtT
DAVIS & CO.
A complete stock of
Pip. Kra8 Goods. Hacking.
Hose. Fire Brirk. Etc
Sole Agentf for
DEAN STEAM PUMPS and
SIGHT FEED LUBRICA10RS
We guarantee every ot.e perfect, and will miCiJk
Twenty day's trial, to repon:b'.e f ru.
MhIhij Heating Boiler and Contractor! (c
furtupnine and lajioe Water, and
1712 First Ati,
Rnrk Island, Elinoii.
TelepDone 111 ReeideLce Tekpbone 1W.
AND COOKING STOVES.
,p - L!-l-p
M. k D. mi RANGES,
THE BEST BAKERS ON EARTH,
Sold only by
1615 and 1617 Second avenue, Rock Island, III