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THE AKGUS; TUESDAY NOT-BMBEI- 3, 191.
Low prices always tell the story when quality is
not sacrificed. I can sell .you better
Furniture, Carpets, Stoves, Etc.,
For less money than anyone in the Tri-cities, and .
give you credit at no extra charge. My stock
consists principally cf:
Lounges and couches,
Side boards and cupboards,
Extension 2nd parlor tables,
Cane and wood seat chairs,
Carpets, rugs and curtains,
Oil cloths and shades,
Mattresses a nd bedding,
And many other HOUSE FURNISHINGS.
Cash or Credit; No Extra Charge.
CHAS. A. MECK.
322 Brady Street, Davenport, la.
Open every evening nntfl 8 KM o'clcck, and Saturday, until 10:00 p. m.
AGENCY FOR THE ,
8TKAM and HOT WATER
Office and Shop 219 Eighteenth Street. Telephoi e 11
CHAS. W. YKRBCRY, Manager.
Rock Island, 111.
J. B. ZIMMER,
-THE WILL KNOWN-
Stab Block, Opposite Habfxb House.
ha. purchased for the
Fall and Winter of 1891-2,
A larger and Sner stock than evtr. These foods will a Tlve In a few days. Walt and see them.
Telephone 1098. 231 Twentieth street.
J. T. O'CONNOR, Proprietor.
No. 117 Eighteenth Street
Thla new Bample Boom i. now open for bn.lneM. Tt beat of Wine., Liquors and in
Imported Cigar, always on hand.
. .$2.50 Per Gallon. '
LQIUST &c ADLER,
aemovea to xiv Berenteeiitn street ,
V..A. L. Harr
1. K. 1
e wonderful remedy
l Bold witb a write
mmrmBtM tui tow all ntTtns dlneAMHi. anrh mm Weak
Jxisflof Bmln Power, Hed..rbe. Wnkt fulneni.,lxmt Manhood, NiKhtl Emlf
s tons, Nerrousness, JLsHitude,mlllrah'8 and loss of power of the Generative
Orcarni in either aeat caused byorer e certton, yontDfuI error, or excessive
4 one of tobacco, opium or stimulants btcbaoon lead to IiHlrmltT.Consump-J-tton
and insanity, Put ap convenient o carry In vet pocket, ml per pack-
ace by man; o ior so. wim eTrj wjunerwemnawrvini jwiwnK 10 cure
r ixund Ui money- Circular Xraa. Ado reat Aiervc weed .. Cfcftc lit
THE MONTHLY MEETING.
The City Council lias Its Regular
Session Last Evening.
A Binnaher of laaporiant Hatters Aete4
Up by the Jloalclpal Antaerl -
- t.e tbe P Bolt, Kj. .
For sale in Rock island by Hartz & Bahnsen, 81 Are. and 20th street
OFFICIAL BErOBT. J
Citt Cogxcil Room, Kock Island
Nov. 2 The council met in regular
monthly session at 8 p. m., Mayor Mc
Cooochie pr sidinst and all the aldermen
preseot The minniea of the last regular
and adjourned meetings were read and
approved." City ofllcera' reports for the
month of October were read and ordered
placed on file.
Aid. Knox, from the finance committee,
repoi ted the audit of the monthly bills
and offered an ordinance allowing the
same wbich was adopted unanimously to
the amounts a. follows:
LAB OB PAT BOLL.
Oct.5 Oc. 1 1 Oct. 18 Oct. 89
A L Wright 16 10 9 00 15 00 IS 00
James Kinney.... 1 00 9 00 IS 50 18 00
Wm Ferguson...; 15 00 9 00 12 0J 10 50
Wm. O'Brien 15 00
James Mueller.... 15 00
Joan Evaoe 4 80 15 (10 18 00
W J Brown 12 CO 18 00
W J Gamble 10 00 11 00 11 00 18 8S
Pat oonaa.. 9 00 8 85 8 85 90
Geo Lorut 9(0 885 8 95 9 00
John Conway 9 00 8 85 8 85 9 0)
Peter Cnrryer 9 85 12 SO 9 55 10 70
Martlnlll 9 90 12 30 OSS 9 00
Ed Brasher.. 9 00 8 45 7 50 9 0
Geo Kirsch 9 85 8 95 8 95 10 70
John Holler 5 10 10 6 75
Ed Kane 75
Wm Dick-man 4 5A 50
A Brad; 785 85 8 85 9 00
John Condon 5 85
Pat Kivelln 5 85 5 85
M ODonnell 1 50 8 16 1 80
1 JnnnsonNo. 1.. 785 885 885 900
J Johnson No. 9.. 7 85 8 A 8 9 00
Tnoe Fahey (00 885 895 990
au.es K l)y 1 60 75 1 50 S 00
KDelvau 4 50 1 50 8 00
K Richardson..... 8 75
Wm Farria 4 70
Wm Morris 810 975 375 930
Albert Barton..... 4 00
J H Lloyd 81 00 94 00 82 039400
Mich Smith 7 KB 8 95 9 01
Wm Majuire 75 4 50 8 9
J Ethl ' 8 00 8 25 9 00
W A Fobb 9 00 8 75
WmJlLrrls 8 85 8 MO
John Farley 150 825
t 'urjnfrinham.... 9 25
Tim Sexton 8 20
Labor pay roll Labor pay roll
No 1 S 168 30 No 4 2S8 60
Labor pay roll Weyerhauscr A
No 2. 110 05 Denkmann 30 48
Labor pay roll A tkinson & lot 2 70
No. 8 812 15 HGtaiidock... 8100
Firm tvuvi accocbt
Labor pay loll Labor pay roll
No 1 69 00 No. 4 84 00
Labor pay roll Edward 4Wal h 23 1
No 2 95 50 P B Lime ae'o 8 25
Labor pay roll iiowninaBros... 46 02
No 8 82 00 HQ raddock.. 58 50
VI BE ACCnDT.
Labor pay roll Fred njlflnger... 89 00
No 1 ISOHFBecker 4 SO
labor pay roll KlL&MfitCo.. t
No 2.... 8 NO MM Poll-hCo.. 100
Pnvid Don 76 20 C S 1 xprepsCo. 40
Wm Hamsklll 66 66 Paul hicsen... 9 50
B Brab-o 50 00 Smith A Ilaose.. 9 00
J D Collins SO (10 A Panphman.... 50
Geo (i ! 50 00 R Kim k 1 25
Joht. Bender 50 00 Davis A Co 4 70
Harry B eckf r SO 00 J Kerr 24
Henry Dim.... 5 00 Henry Hermann. 50 00
StVaKTCBNTH STHKXT ACOOVTKT.
Labw pay roll Edward AWoPh f4 60
No 3 3 00 H G Paddock 9 T5
Labor pay roll Labor pay roll
No.l 4 CO No.2 95 0(1
Wm McConochie 4 OOOavis A Co 3 75
Weyerhaenaer at Hirper A Eobin
Ucnkmaun 34 75 son 12 50
Edwards A Walsh 32 14 Wm F ane . 9 00
rred -liera .... 1 85
1 UB1IC8QU IBS rcoPNT.
Wej-erbanser A WmJacuon... 804 96
lenkmann v wi
WeTerbanser & John Sctaaab
Denkmann..... 1 12 Cnas sandehn...
David Don 11 8 t Smith Banc.
Phil Miller 81 25 i VolkAto
Geo Long 64 53 Cli mann A Salz-
Adolpn ca-laon.. se mann
Wm Glass 56 25 Daris A Oo
Geo Better In 95 Mrs Herkert
L Kramer 66 25 W J Kerr
JohnMalqneen..- 66 25
David Don 7 60 P L Mitchell.... 175 00
Andrew Euel... 56 95 Jm-s Hardin... 8 00
J Tolk A Co 75 City clerk 9 00
C)emann&8az- Geo W Swuer.... 115
mann ......... 25
David Don...... 2 50 H Meese........ 85 00
G L Eyster 52 00 O Daly 9 85
Thos Green .... 81 00 Goo H Simmon.. 3 00
M Yerbnry 30 95
lHTLra 8TRCTT ACCOCKT.
Sweeney ft Walker 14 00
THTRTEKKTH ItHIKT .SWB ACCOUNT.
Sweeney A Walker 25 00
THIRD AVXKCE ACCOr;T.
B 0 Paddock . ' 91 00
Hcht Elect L Co - 810 86
Wm McConochie. 100 00 w LKweeney.... 45 00
Robt Koehler.... 100 00 Phil Mitchell 8 S3
J L Haas 66 66 Jo. Geiger 3 00
JaaBlaiadell ... 66 66
John A Mnrrin... 100 00 Pat O'Hcme...... 9 00
T J ileddig. ...... 79 50 Andrew Brady.. . 8 95
joan &non...... ro tiu h n.oeaier coi.'i'r ie 00
Erra Wileher 65 00 C V Milling Co... 187 40
Wm Conghlin.... 45 00 R Rnick 149 M
Victor Beck 45 01 Bock It-lander.... 18 00
Andrew Greaser. 45 00 bavis A Co 90 63
Wm Keddig 50 00 Mercht E L Co.. 14 SC
Pat Kivilin 1 60 Warnock A Rala-
Wm morris 3 40 ton 4 20
John Farley 6 4' D Daly 2 75
Btreet Alley FolUe 58t 42
f and 807 88 Office 258 10
Sewer 30 25 2((th Street 15 00
l-ire 640 89 3d avenue 21(0
Fifth avenue.... 343 68 Light 810 36
17th street 70 35 Salary 3M 65
Health 256 76 Wat rwork. ... 11:15 37
Bridge IJ9 64 Contingent 66 74
Pub.ic square... 814 26 loth street, sewer 25 00
Total f 5.870 44
The following bill were also allowtd:
J. L. Haas. f34.50; Rock Islander. f64
(contingent fund); M. Verbify. 100 2U
(fire department account). A bill of C.
W. Baker, $66 66. waa referred to the
fire and light committee, and a bill of the
Rock Island Fnel company for balance
due on Garnaey square work to the mayor
and finance committee. - :
Alderman Corken, fiom the 'fire and
light committee, stated that residents tir
ing south of Twelfth Btreet in South Rock
Island desire that an additional electric
light be placed at or near Eighteenth ae
nue on said street, having deposited with
tne city clerk tbe cost of one ligbt for one
year and petition the city to have : the
wires extended to that locality.. He
ferred to the fire and ligbt committee to
report. . . . .
Alderman Evans, from the police com'
mittee, submitted a report on the investi
gation of Police Officer William Glass,
exonerating said officer from the charges
made. On motion of Alderman Huesing
tne report was received and adopted
An ordinance for the private sewer of
J. W. Potter was read and reported back
to the sewer committee to report.
Alderman Kennedy, from the street
and alley committee, reported favorably
on tbe plat of George Muter addition
and moved its adoption. On motion of
Aid. vans a recess was taken for exami
nation of plat. On re-assembling of tbe
council Aid. Kennedy asked farther time
to report on said plat, which was granted.
Aid. Knox called the attention of the
bridge committee to tbe bad condition of
Ninth street neat the- Dingeldein place.
Aid. Better moved that the street com
missioner be authorized to make the neces
sary re pail 8. . Motion carried. .
Aid. Corken read a communication
from Huber & Peeti with proposition to
grade Fifteenth street and liy certain
sewer tiles ILrough thrlr addition without
cost to the city. On motion their propo
sition was accepted and authority granted.
Aid. Corken moved that a motion made
by Aid. Huesing in a previous meeting
to tender Aid. Adams a yote of thanks by
rising for sending in his resignation be
expunged from tbe records. Motion car
ried: Ayes Hetter, Durmann, Corken, Tins
dall, Evans, Frohboes, Tbiesen, 7.
Nays Bladel, Johnaon, Huesing,
Knox, Kennedy, 5.
Aid. Huesing rose to a point of order
stating that said motion could not be en
tertained as tbe time for reconsideration
had passed and said motion could not be
expunged from the record. The mayor
sustained the point of order.
Aid. Corken appealed from ibe de
cision of the chair and Aid. Evans took
tbe chair vecated by the mayor. Tbe
acting mayor put the question: Shall
tbe decision of the chair be sustained?
and it was tustaloed as follows:
Ayes Bladel, Johnson, Tindall, Hue
sing. Knox. Kennedy, 6.
Nays Hetter, Durmann, Corken.
Frohboes. Tbiesen, 5.
Tbe clerk read a petition of J. L Haas
and others that a sewer be constructed by
special assessment from Forty-fourth
street and Edgewood avenue to tbe right
of way of tbe C. R. I. x P. K. H. com
pany, either on Fifth avenue or Forty
fourth street to the river. Referred to
tbe sewer and ordinance committees.
Aid. Huesing stated that be bad con
salted different legal talents of this city
as to the city's right and legality in en
tering and awarding tbe late contract for
the new waterworks engine and he would
like to hear tbe city attorney's opinion on
tbe question .
Tbe city attorney replied that he was
not fully prepared to meet tbe question,
but gave it as bis opinion that tbe city
had for waterworks purposes and im
provements certain r'gbts not confined or
limited by statute, but would refuse to
answer certain questions intended to be
put by Aid. Huesing.
Oa motion of Aid. Blsdcl tbe city at
torney was rrqicsted to give tbe council
all the information and liiht on tbe sub
ject be desired to give, which the city
Oa motion tbe council adjourned.
Robert Koehler, City Clerk.
$100 B ward 1 100.
The readers of the Aksus will be pleased
to learn that tbere is at lea t one dreaded
disease that science has been able to cure
in all its stages, and that is catarrh.
Hall's Catirrb Cure is the only positive
cure now known to the medical fraternity.
Catarrh being a constitutional disease, re
quires a constitutional treatment. Hall's
Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting
dircci.lv upon the blood and mucous sur
faces of the. system, thereby destroying
the foundation'of the disease, and rrivicg
tbe patient strength by building up tbe
constitution and assisting nature in doing
its work. Tbe proprietors have bo much
faith in its curative powers, that tbey
offer one hundred dollars for any case
that it fails to care. Send for list of tes
F. J. Chkknet & Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
William Ealeb, tbe grocer, haa remov
ed from Fourth avenue and Twentieth
street to his new store, No. 305 Twen
tieth street, where be will be pleased to
see all bis old customers. Call or tele
phone 1,118. . William EmiB.
Hotict 10 Watar Consumers.
Parties wishing to have the water sup
ply shu'. off during the win'er season will
please .leave notice at the city cltra's
office before Nov. 10. Ni charges will
be made. Robebt Koehleb,
Collector of Water Rent.
fcP7ui r iniTfiri Al
is nod will ever be the
nrxmi: ' TnflnanmL Tqrlrnnio
'dkIm 4t tka Rirta Phast and
joints, neuralgia, espmna, otu
Before yon Heed to boy, obtain
racc nr CHiRCEtl
tiie valuable book! "Guide te Health," wtOl
Vejidorsementsof promineat payatciaas,
A DP BBSS!
x r ft.fi BinuTrRj.n
lxriHttinivn a S.SB aaw w
PN. 3IO Broadway.
frbe Uriah Anned!
ieiaaT radam, OlUa,
60 Cents bottle. For Sale ly
1. 5 rTi.-l. 'i tX-?V! TT 1 ';
and ether druggists.
STATE SAVINGS BANK.
1 MOLINE, a ' ' ILLS.
Office Corner Fifteenth .treat and Third Ave,
, CAPITAL $100,000.00.
Succeeds the Molina Saving. Bank. Organised 1869
. PER GEIT. I1TEBEST PAID 01 DEPOSITS.
Organized under State Laws,
Open from a. m. to 8 o. m, and Wednesday and
Satnntay nurhu from 7 to 8.
H. A. A i worth, i , - Vlce-Prerident
v. v.u.auwAH. - - vaaaler
Porter Skinner, 8. W. Wheelock,
'.A. Rose. H. A. A! ne worth.
O. H. Edwards, W.U.Adam.,
Andrew Friberg, C. F. Bemenwav,
California Farm Frndnen.
Cost of production: Net profits: giyen
by a thousand farmers. Also hundreds
of questions answered about California
Sent free on application to A. Phillip. &
Co , 105 Clark street, Chicago, 111., 0r
296 Washington street, Boston, Mass.
60LS HETAL, PAHS, 1G73.
W. Baker & Oo.-s
from which the excess of
oil hat been removed, is
and it is Soluble.
are used In its preparation. It has
more than threa times tiie strength of
Cocoa mixed with Starch, Arrowroot
or Sugar, and is therefore far more
economical, costing less than one cent
a cup. It is delicious, nourishing,
strengthening, easily digester,
and admirably adapted for invalids
as well as for persons in health.
Sold by Grocers everywhere.
W. BAKER & CO., Dorchester. Mass.
.o. swint 2tfc, J W
J. V V'TT-..
Office cr s,r, e4, ,
no I r
We Can't do it
but are willing to pay for learning how to
make as good an article as Wolff's Acme
BLACKXNa of cheap material so that a
retailer can profitably sell it at 10c
Our price is 20c.
The retailer says the public will not pay
it. We say the public will, because they
will always pay a fair price for a pxxl
article. To show both the trade and the
public that we want to give them tbe best
for the least monev, we will pay
For alwve information ; this ofier is open
until January 1st, 1S'3'S.
WOLFF A RANDOLPH, Philadelphia.
Pik-Ron Is the name of a paint which
does work that no other paint can do. Aero
wood pointed with it looks like the natural
wood when it is stained and varnished.
PAINTERS AND BUILDERS
will find It profitable to Investigate. All
point stores sell iu
Cental Surg J
Mitchell & tjBde'. Block.
Room 33 in Mitchell 4 LraJe-,
Express and hi
All orders promptly atteajej
ILeare order, at k. Tro
I-...imi- Cun-rl. fit n.-ini-T -ta.
'AXLf" N iXEClRlCCO.. M.UBihty
DAVIS & CO.,
- ,ss Steam
A complete stock
of Pipe, Brass Goods,
Packing-, Hose, Fire
Sole Agents for
We guarantee everj cne per'eet, and will send Cars, Twenty Diyt' tria u rerjouii
par.iea. Safety Heating Boilers and Con rac tors for f arnithing iLd
laying Water and Sewer Ply.
DAVIS BLOCK, Moline, HI. 11712 First Ave,, Rock Is'i
Telephone 2526. j Telephone 1148-
Residence Telephone 100-
The Art Garland . . .
Is the leading hard coal stove of the world,
has stood the test of time, and has proven its
to be the Prince of Base Burners. If you are
need of a hard coal stove, it will pa.v you to cu
and examine the merits of the Art Garland; it t
sold with a positive guarantee that it has no
The Riverside Oak . . .
Is the best for soft coal.
It will not gas or smoke.
It will keep fire all night.
It has a large ash pan.
It has heavy steel body.
It is guaranteed in every respect.
Gall and examine our immense line of Stofr
1A1K trA 1A1T RannrtA oVatlllA.
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