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THE ARGUS, SATURDAY DECEMBER 12, iSgf.
Kmk Man! Has Done
.... . vnT.1tk EXPENDED.
I vEB "a "
ifl..lrt ' -----Iy
t...ii of Activity AM
ovrr h City.
( ffi0re favorable indication of a
'r(perity and of theconfllence
jn jt by its people is there than
wilDess the erection of modern
,j0(es hotws towering skyward as
'iimeats t.) public spirit and enter
:" flCt,,rT extensions evincing thrift
cees. dwellings denoting the pride
"!j permanency of its people, and
rKies soil schools bearing testimony
.'Jjjniora! intellectual advance
of the community, to say nothing
jie maitittnsnce of a well established
hud of public improvera.-nts in the
jterof streets and sidewalks, certainly
a most gratifying index to Rock
iad as a city. fu'lj" abreast if not in
nt(e of we spirit of the times.
cl, 111 brie' is lioclt Island's
irjj fur the building season just,
.jdai. To one who walks about the
ttotmy extent the evidence of what
i Island h3 done is everywhere ap-
vtot, for tlu re '9 hardly a olock in
n in which something in the way of
improvement has not been done.
order, however, to present an exhibit
denature of the improvements dur
.tbe 't'sr. The Aruus has mule a
-mugs canvass of the city and the re
;is subjoined. This, however, has
reference to the street paving
ttneement, and which includes in all
aoi three miles, and involving an ex
aliture of $35,000. according to City
rt Kx'bler's figures, while sidewalk
-ooiemects have entitled an outlay of
TtttWlding improvements amount in
rjaarnbers to $600,000, and to this
at be correctly added the paviug ex
Aiiare, fSo.OOO, tae Rock Island
rip Jerk, $50,000, and the new stone
itw pier to the Rock Island bridge,
:," I, which swells the total to $847,
iv, while nothing is said in this of the
"topriation of $75,000 for a govern
:a building for which a site has been
cted, and which building will be
Berated in next year's improvements.
Flowing, however, is the list of
uitngs and bnilding improvements
'Ixh is presented in as concise form as
tf.il be prepared:
litcbell & Lynde. Second avenue and
-Tfnteentb street, four story brick bank
a; office building completed this season,
l.Scfinell contractor; cost with remod-
X of old building in rear, artesian
!;, etc., $105,000.
K'rei! Jc Math, Second avenue; between
Ttcnteenth and Eighteenth streets, three
'sty brick business block. Sievers &
Person contractors; cost, $12 000
filter plant addition to waterworks,
aited by Hon. Ben T. Cable, John
oik contractor for building improve
ment. Jewel Filter companv for plant;
Central engine house, Fifth aveni.e and
wnteentb street, two story brick bnild
George Bick contractor; cost, $12,-
I Direnport & Rock Island street rail'
'ij company's electric power bouse,
ond avenue and Twenty-third street,
tomas Munlock. and Larkin & Stephens
D.fenpor'. & Kock Island street rail
'ij company, improvements on car
Moline avenue, W. A. Gnj-brie
It Walter Johnson, First avenue and
'lfth street, improvements tm resi-
Rocs Island Stove comnanv. two brick
I Unions; one to foundry and one to
"ting warehouse, $1,800.
Htrman Vogel, Seventh avenue and
i-wio street, two story frame store
Hiding, ?i 2 .0; Heiiteman & Schroe
Andrew Etzel, Eighth avenue and
tit street, improvement on dwelling.
Charles Lindhlnnm F.Ih
N'intU street, story and a half frame
$1,100; Anderson, contrac
'loth and Tenth atmfa tin nno atnrt
. , - - " j
e coltaizes. SIHK1 par-h-. f!. .T W.
i... ... . .: :
"cu Biocklineer. Seventh avenue
'een Lihth and Ninth streets, story
"aii irame cottage.fl.200; Heitte
411 i Scliroprtpr rnnl.tn,.
1 rt.ilme Schmidt. Seventh avenue
ivt.i. ,. . n J
-'nainrame dwelling. $800; C. J.W.
votles 1 rottnov. Tenth avenue and
"urm ,tp.. m ..
v tteiltemn .v; Snhrriodnr rnntrc
uu tiemer. Klnvpnlh uTrnne and
.una street, one story fr mie fl wrlling,
Heitteman & Scbroeder. con rac-
Ill lam f . n. a
),.""' fan, cievenin avenue ana
:0onh str....t .,
I j I' 11 F i ... n .6. ......1... n.
. v. in r. j w .UIUCUCI fcHUHm.-
JfJjrgtM H88,inEgt Eleventh avenue
7" Third 9tri.Mt ,1..,. mnA . Kl ..
""K.Jl.tMN); Heitteman & Scuroeder,
"rs r. H,.n...i o j .
tar) u "'u"uwuujci, dcuiiuu rireei
," vKTenth avpnns itnri nH half
nit,. - . . --".j m"
-iC rnilor... . , ,wui FT r
w... . ""nt ram, oi.u'jv; aeiiieman x
"Tuer, contraotnm .
, wmlstrom, two story frame resi-
corner Third avenue and Tnird
to" l-400; Heitteman & Schroe-
Ct' Dlwei'-r. Third avenue t
Qth and Eleventh tteets, ii
provemertts on resiilon . .
tractor. John Spileer. con.
Aid. Charles TiUdui t u
between Second and Thi r " ' IV"
provemenrs on residence. $ too
l-ourth and ifth aVLni.M, im
on .iwellin,-, 8800 ' 8
V alentine NoM. Fifth n,.. u.t u..
enth street, one strV fr-tm., store bu.ld'
iu, tmv worn, 51,000
W. II Jordan, Fourth avenue and
Thtru-eoth aircet. two n ry fr-am dwell
$2gtHH hn iner. contractor, cost,
W.J.Kerr. S.-c ml ... v...
Tenth and Eleventh streets, rwo "storv
frame dwelling. C. J. W. S hreiner; con
tractor; cost, $3 000
Elmer BUkesley. Fourth avenue hnd
Seventh street, storv and i h!f fom
woo " Johri Sp 'ser' 00 "r"c,or; cost-
Andre w B Carlson. V .nrtt,
between Seventh and Eieh h s'reets.story
and a half frame dwelimL' lleit.tpn.An
Snhroed-r. contrnct'.rs; cost, $1,250.
uamnn rlul!. fonrtl. avmue between
Sevenru nnd E'ght street-., storv and a
half frame dwelling. Jolin Spilger, con
tractor; cos, 1,500.
tienry H. L )h e. Tentn street and
Eighth avenup. one storv frame store
room, cost. $500: oe story frame dwel
ling. COSt,0OJ; both blltll lnder hm f.wn
Henry A. Lob.se. Seventa avenue be
tween Tenth and Eleveotli streets, one
story frame cottaue, day wi.rk: cost $1.-
VVlllim Kuost. Seventh avenue. nd
Tenth street.one story fritns cottage, di,y
wora; cost, 5niaU.
Oeorpe Trenkenschuh. Twelfth be
tween Eighth and Ninth avenues, one
story frame dwelling, C. J V. Schreiner,
conirnc or; c ist, $000.
t W. Hurst. Fortieth street between
Thirteenth an l Fourteenth avenues.srorv
and a half frtni .iwtdliag. L. R.tchey.
contractor; cost. $800.
E. H. Guyer. Fortieth street between
Thirteenth and Fourteenth venues, storv
aod a hilf frame dwelling, L Ritctiev.
contractor; cost, $800
Charles Bu'zetn. Thirt)--ninih street
between Thirteenth and Foirteenth ave
nues, one story fnme roitaoe, George
li irk, contractor; cost, 93').
frank Anthony, Sixtu av-uue between
Forty-f.fth and Forty sixtii street, re
modeling ..f dwelliau inf) two story
store building. VV. A. Guthrie
contr:tcUr; cost. $1,5K).
K ick Island B'luv works, improve
mentH on building First avsnue and Six
teenth street; cost, $1,200.
Rible & Stengel, Third avenue and
Fourth street, brick bum; ;nst., $2. 5(H).
T W. H'irJey, Tuird tiVjnue betwetn
Eleven h and Twelfth stret Is. two story
frame dwelling. C. J. W. S ;hreincr con
tractor; cost. $3,000.
Nicholas Bleuer, Thirteet th (street be
tween Seventh and Eiehth avenues, one
story frame dwrtlling,Tohu Bleuer con
tractor; cost. $3(X).
FlntL'ei & Susenmib'., Fif .h avenue be-
twetn Ninth and Tenth streets. to one
story cottages. John Hussey contractor;
cost. $5X) eai-h .
Fluegel jcSusenmihl. Th rteenth street
aud Fifth avenue, one storv cottage. John
Hussey contractor: cost, $.'00.
Fluegel & Susenmiht. Th.rteenih street
and Seventh avenue, two s;ory frame
dwelling, John Hussey contractor; cot.
Fiuegel & Susenmibl, F fteenth street
between Seventh and Eit hth aVennes,
one story cottage, John Ui.ss:'V c .ntrc
tor; costs. $500.
Anthony DeVoe. Twelfth street lie
tween Svectb and Eichth avenues, two
Btory dwellinif. C J. VV. S; hroincr con
tractor; cost, aiioO.
H D. Mack. Nine'een h F.ireel be
tween Eighth and Ninth nvenues, two
story frame dwelling, Collins Bros con
tractors; cost, $4,000.
M. C Fr'ek Nineteenth urcet between
Eighth and Ninth aveniies.tvaaiory frame
tlwelliue.Sievers & Anders )i c infractors ;
cost, $4 000
M. A Patterson, Nmete nth street tie
tween Seventh an i Eigh'b avenues, two
story frame dweilins Sieveis fc Anderson
contractor; cost, 'J 100
Frederick Koeiiiv. Tenth avenue and
Nineteenth street, story am: a half frame
dwelling. W. A. Gutliri'; contractor
Jasper Sieve's, NtnE.:een h street be
tween Ninth and Tenth avenues, two
storv frame dw. l:ipg. J. Siivers contrac
tors; cost $2 200.
Henry Lemburg. Sevei seenih street
between Eighth and Ninth avenues, two
story frame dwelling. Nich ltis Juhl con
tractor; cost, v'-i 500.
A. Fleming, Seventeen' u street be
tween Seventh and E tlhth tvenues, two
storv frame dwelling, John Spilger con
tractor; cost $1,750.
F. W. Wcisler. Sevenll avenue and
Fifteenth, story and a ball frame dwell
ing. C. J. W. Schreiner contractor; cost,
Henry McOartliv, Suvet;teenlh street
and Thirteenth avenue, tw story frame
dwelling, George Barnes contractor; cos',
John Volk. Fifteenth s reet between
Seventh and Eighth avenues, two story
frame dwelling, C. J. W. rchreioer, con
tractor; cost. $2,000.
H. J. Jorgenaon. Fifth avenue between
Fourteenth and Fiftetuth streets, story
and a half frame cottage, Nicholas Juhl,
contractor; cos'.. $(100.
J. C.-Bothell, Twenty-stcond between
Eighth and Ninth avenues, two story
frame dwelling, Collins lira ', contractors;
George Mixter, head of Twenty-third
street, two story frame dwelling. W. A.
Guthrie, contractor; cost, $4,000
t?t. Mary'a Catholic church. Twenty
second street ai.d Fourti avenue, im
provements on building; c st, $2,400.
Michael Higgins, T went -second street
and Ninth avenue, two sto.y frame dwel
ling, Sievers & Anderson contractors;
Dickmau Bros'. Six'h avenue between
Twenty-first and Twenty- lecond streets,
two atory frame store bui ilinsr, Edward
Collins, contractor; cost. $1,000.
Charles Lauerman, Sixth avenue and
Twenty-second street, two story ;rame
dwelling, Sievers & Andenon, contrac
tors; cost, $2,500.
Mrs. Lillis Mott, Twenty-third street
between Fifth & Sixth ayenues, two story
frame dwelling. C. J. W. Schreiner.
contractor; cost, $1,400.
Mrs. L. H. DeSanto, Twenty-third
street between Fifth and fixth avenues,
two story frame dwelling, C J. W.
Schreiner, contractor; cost, $1,400.
Allen D. Welch, Twentieth street
between Ninth and Tenth avenues, two
story frame dwelling. Collins Bros, con
tractors; cost, $2 500.
8. J Oollii 8. Eiehth avenue between
Ninetenth and Twentieth streets, im
provement on residence. $400.
Twenty-fourth street viaduct over rail
road tracks at Twenty-fourth street; cost,
$35,000. Erected by government and
Pitoenix Bridge company.
b J ward Murrin Fourth avenue and
Twenty-first street, two story brick busi
ness block, C. J. W. 8chreiner, con
tractor; post, $6,000.
Mrs Kate Hillier, head of Twenty-
third street, two story frame dwelling, VV.
A Guthrie, contractor; cost. $3,000.
Rev. W. S Marquis, Twenty-thira
street between Seventh and Eighth ave
nue, tw i story frame dwelling. Sievers &
Anderson, contractors; cost. $4,000.
John Scnafer. Twentieth street between
Ninth and Tenth avenues, story and a
half frame cottage. Knosky & Raitbel,
John Bieuer, Eighth avenue and Sev
enteenth ttreei, two story frame dwel
ling. Jobn Bleuer, contractor; cost, $2,-
P. Grpenawa't, Nineteenth street be
tween E ghth and Ninth avenues, two
story frame, residence, Sievers & Ander
son. contractors; cost.. $5,000
J F RDsenfleld. Twenty fourth street
and Eighth avenue, two story frame
dwelling. George Bick. contractor; C06t,
G.wlieb Z dicker. Seventh avenue and
Twenty-fifin street, two story frame
d-ell ng. C J W. Schreiner. contrac
tor; cost, $2 500
A. Cook, Seventh- avenue and
Twnty-six'.h street, two story frame
dwelling. Sievers & Anderson, contrac
tor; cost. $2,OlH).
Mrs. Elizabeth Egan, S,venth avenue
and Twenty-six b street, two story frame
dwelling. Siever & Anderson, contrac
tors; cost, $3,000.
Andrew Bladel, Seventh avenue be
tween Twenty-sixth and Twenty-seventh
streets, two story frame dwelling, John
piigc-r. contrnctor; cost, $1,900.
James McElroy, Fifth avenue and
Twenty-sixth street, improvements on
store building, $000.
Miss Mary Maloney, Seventh avenue
and Twenty -fifth street, two story frame
dwelling, Collins Bros. contractors: cost,
George Evans, head of Twenty fifth
street, two story frame dwelling, Knos
kev Sc Raithel. contractors; cost, $1,600.
Chris. Naab, Seventh avenue and
Twenty seventh street, two story frame
store building. C J. W. Schreiner, con
tractor: cost, $2 000.
L. D. Hoover. Twenty-sixth street be
tween Fifth and Sixth avenues, two story
frame duelling. Knoskey & Raitbel, con
tractors; cost. $1,500.
Viril VV atren, corner Twelfth street
and Second tvenue, two-story frame
dwelling, cost $2,000; also remodeling
of two story double frame dwelling
house, modern improvements, cost $3,-
Zion Swedish Lutheran church. Sev
enth avenue, between Forty-fifth and
Forty-sixth streets; frame building, A.
Teterson, contractor; cost $2,500.
William Robb, Forty-sixth street and
Sixth avenue; improvements on resi
Mrs. Mary Riiter, Third ayenue and
Fourteenth street; improvements on
store buildme, VV. A. Guthrie, contrac
tor, cost $400.
M. M. Brigg. Thirteenth street, be
tween Second and Third avenues; im
provements and remodeling of residence,
L. S. McCabe, Second avenue, between
Seventeenth and Eighteenth street; im
provements on store building. $16,000.
Hans Einfeldt, Twenty-first street, be
tween Ninth and Tenth avenues; two
story frame dwelling, M Schncll, con
tractor, cost $1,000.
Third ward school building, corner
Thirteenth street and Third avenue;
Riichey & D. Gear, contractors, cost $12,
000. Wi.l R Jr.hnson, Seventh ayenue, be
tween Twen'y-eijhih and Twenty-uinth
streets, two one story frame cottages; Col
lins Bros , contractors, cost $1,150 each.
E. H Gujer, Fourteenth avenue and
Thir.j -ninth street, one-story corrugated
iron cottage; L. Ritchey, contractor,
L Ritchey, Thirty-seventh street, be
tween Eleventh and Twelfth avenues;
two-story framedwelling, L. Ritchey, con
tractor, cost $1,000.
Mrs. P. E. Sinnett, Fifth avenue, be
tween Forty-second and Forty-third
streets; two story and ahalf frame cottages;
A Peterson, contractor, cost $950 each.
John Palmquist, Sixth avenue, between
Forty-fourth aud Forty-fifth streets,
one storv frame dwelling: J. Abraham
son, contractor, cost $900.
Fraii k Berry. Fifth avenue and Forty
third street; improvements on residence,
Andrew Lundquist. contractor, cost,
J. C. Davenport, Sixth avenue and
Forty second street; story and a half
frame dwelling, cost $1,100.
Nets G. Johnson, Sixth avenue, be
tween Forty-second and Forty-third
streets, two story frame dwelling; Pe
terson, contractor, cost $1,000.
O M. R'kUgh, Sixth avenue and For
ty-third 6treet. two story frame dwelling;
Andrew Lundquist, contractor, cost $1,'
W. A. Martindale, Fifth avenue and
Forty second streeet, one story frame
shop, John lUitLel contractor; cost,
H. D. Folsom, Fourth avenue, between
Eleventh and Twelfth, improvements on
residence; cost, $1,000:
Capt. C. W. Durham, First avenue
and Eleventh street, improvements on
residence and grounds; cost, $3,000.
H. E Casteel, Seventeenth street be'
tween Seventh and Eighth avenues, two
story frame dwelling, John Spilger con
tractor; cost, $2,000.
Julius Utke, Fourth avenue between
Eleventh and Twelfth streets, two storv
frame dwelling. C. J. W. Schreiner con
tractor; cost, $3,000. .
J . A. Hathaway, Thirty -seventh street
and Fourteenth avenue, one story frame
cottage, tieorge Bick contractor; cost,
John Wiese, Thirty-first street between
Fourteenth and Fifteenth avenues, one
story irame cottage, N. Juhl contrac tor;
Charles Ohms. Thirtv-flret street be
tween Fourteenth and Fifteenth avenues.
one story frame fcottage, N. Juhl con
tractor; cost. $700.
Charles Larson, Thirty-eighth street
and Thirteenth avenue, one story frame
cottage, Jacob Bleuer contractor; cost,
A. D. Martin. Thirty-first street and
Sixteenth avenue, one storv frame cot
tage, Collins Bros, contractors: cost, $1.-
Wiliiam Richmond. Elm street and
Seventeenth-and-a-half avenue, one story
trame cottage, David Bleuer contractor;
Police headquarters. Third avenue and
Sixteenth street, improvement about
barn, etc., $300.
J. N. Reeves, Twenty -second street
between Ninth and Tenth avenues, two
story frame dwelling; cost, $1,600.
O. A Barnhart, Eighth avenue be
tween Nineteenth and Twentieth streets,
one story frame cottage, John Volk con
tractor; cost, $1,200.
M. J. Murphy, Fourth avenue and Sev
enteenth street, one story frame building,
Knoskey & Raithel contractors; cost,
Fred Hass, First avenue and Thirteenth
street, improvements on residence, $1,-
M. Peterson, Fourth avenue between
Fourth and Fifth streets, two story frame
dwelling cost, $2,000.
John Cams, Seventh avenue between
Twenty-Seventh and Twenty-eighth streets
improvements on residence, $900.
Mrs. Charlotte Johnson, Forty-second
street between Eighth and Ninth avenues,
one story frame cottage, A. E. Nelson,
A. E. Nelson, Forty-second street and
Eighth avenue, two story frame dwelling,
A. JE. Nelson, contractor; cost. $1,200.
Samuel T. Nelson, Fortv second street
and Eighth avenue, two story frame dwel
ling. A.E. Nelson, contractor; cost. $900
No. 7 school building. Seventh uvenuc
and Forty-first street, three story brick,
C. 'J. W. Schreiner, contractor; cost,
John Wendt, Eighth avenue between
Thirty-ninth and Fortieth streets, story
and a half frame dwelling, Nicholas
Juhl, contractor; cost, $950.
P. II. Weidemann, Fortieth street and
Eighth avenue, one storv frame cottage
in course of erection; cost, $600.
Morris Rosenfield, Sixth avenue and
Nineteenth street, foundation for $40,-
000 residence, contract for foundation let
to Larkin & Stephens, other work to
Collins Bros. A $7,000 building for barn
and steam heating purposes will also be
erected on the premises.
John Hendricks, Moline avenue be
tween Twenty-seventh and Twenty-
eighth streets, two story frame store
building, John Bleuer, contractor; cost,
A. VV. Tanner, Eighth avenue be
tween Twenty-fi'th and Twenty-seventh
streets, story and a half frame dwelling,
W. A. Guthrie, contractor; cost, $1,400.
Adolph Grenenger, Sixth avenue and
Twentv eighth street, two storv frame
dwelling,1 John Volk, contractor; cost,
C , R I. & P. Railway company, im
provement about passenger depot Mo
line avenue, $2,000.
C, H. I. in P. Railway company.
Fifth avenue between Thirty-first and
Thirty-second streets, one story brick
office building. John v oik, contractor;
cost, $ 1.2(H).
Mrs. E. D. Owens, Fifth avenue be
tween Thirty-first and Thirty-second
streets, improvements on store building;
Frederick Thorsen, Thirty-seventh
street between Eleventh and Twelfth
avenues, story and a half frame dwelling,
L. Ritchie, contractor; cost, $900.
Carl Carlson, Thirty -seventh street be
tween Twelfth and Fourteenth avenues.
one story frame cottage, Knoskey &
Raithel, contractors; cost, $800.
E. H. Guyer, Thirty-sixth- street and
Twelfth avenue, one story frame cottage,
Jacob Bleuer, contractor; cost, $1,050.
John W. Roche, Fifth avenne and
Twelfth street, one story frame dance
hall, John Spilger, contractor; cost, $2,-
J. D. Beecher, Sixth avenue and
Twelfth street, two story frama dwelling,
Jacob Bleuer, contractor; cost, $ 1.2(H).
Daniel Maroney, Eighth avenue be
tween Twenty-seventh and Twenty -eighth
streets, improvements on resi
P. E. H, Weidemann. Fortieth" street
and Eighth avenue, story and a half frame
dwelling, cost 700.
Eric Erickson, Forty-fourth street be
tween Sixth and Seventh avenues, two
story frame dwelling. Andrew Lindquist,
contractor; cost, $1,200.
Jacob Greini, Forty-fourth street be
tween Sixth and Seventh avenues, story
and a halt frame cottage, Andrew
Peterson contractor; cost, $1,200.
Grace Lutheran parsonage, Forty
fourth street between Sixth and Seventh
avenues, two story frame, A. Peterson,
contractor; cost. $1,800.
crace Lutneran church. Seventh aye
nue and Forty-fourth street, solid brick
building, Peter Peterson, of Moline, con
tractor; cost, $7,000.
Charles Eastburg. Eighth avenue and
Forty-third street, two story frame dwel
ling, Andrew Johnson, of Orion, con trac
tor; cost, $1,500.
Joseph Lercb, Fourteenth avenue aud
Thirty-eighth Btreeet, one story frame
dwelling, George Bick, contractor; cost,
JfcT 11. Holland, Thirtyieighth street
between .Ninth and Tenth 'Avenues, two
story frame dwelling. Andrew Peterson,
contractor; cost, $1,600.
S. r. A. Ltndahl, Thirty-eight street
and Tenth avenue, two story frame dwel
ling, Andrew Peterson, contractor; cost,
$1,800. : -
E.Sanborn. Thirty-seventh street and
Fourteenth avenue, two one story frame
cottages. George Bick, contractor, cost,
Charles Blythe, Fourth avenue between
Fifteenth and Sixteenth streets, one story
irane cottage, .Battles fc Hoover, con
tractors; cost, $1,000.
G. F. Schmale & Co., Fifteenth street
and Fourth avenue, two story frame
store building, .Nicholas Juhl, contractor
cost, $2,500; also improvements on resi
F. C. Hoppe. Fourth -avenue between
lhirteenth and Fourteenth streets, two
story lrame dwelling, Sievers & Ander
son, contractors; cost, 12,500.
T. 11. Ellis, Second avenue . between
l hirteenth and Fourteenth streets, one
story omce building; cost, $600.
Peter Fries, Second avenue between
rouneeutn ana Fifteenth streets, two
story brick Dusiness block. O. J. W
Schreiner, contractor; cost. $3,000.
Knowlton & Medill, Second avenue and
t if teenth street, improvement on store
aenry s. Warner, Nineteentn street
between Seventh and Eighth avenues.two
story rrame dwelling, C. J.W. Schreiner,
contractor; cost. $3,000.
Joseph Lewis, Eighteenth street be
tween Fifth and Sixth avenues, story and
a half frame dwelling, John Volk. con
trabtors; cost, $1,500.
C. H. Norton, Twenty-second street
and Tenth avenue, two story frame
dwelling, George Lee, of Moline, contrac
tor; cost, $1,500.
T. C. Wakefield, head of Twenty-third
street, two story frame dwelling, Sievers
& Anderson, contractors; cost, $3,500.
Mrs.E D.Owen, Moline avenue between
Thirtieth and Thirty-first streets, im
provements on dwelling, AuguBt Schmidt,
contractor; cost, $1,300.
John Schoessel, Seventh avenue be
tween Twenty -seventh and Twenty-
eighth streets, two story frame dwelling,
John volk, contractor; cost, $2,500.
John Mader, Forty-fourth street and
Fourteenth avenue, one story frame cot
tage, L. Ritchie, contractor; cost, $800.
Jacob Hantaan, Fourteenth avenue
and Fourty-tourth street, story and a
half frame dwelling; cost, $800.
i rank Spurling, Forty-second street
and Fifteenth avenue, story and a half
story frame dwelling, Harry Haley, con
tracor; cost, $900.
Dr. J . VV. Stewart, Eighth avenue and
Nineteenth street, improvements on rest
dence; cost. $2,000.
Mrs. M. Sass, Thirty ninth street and
Fourteenth avenue, one story frame cot
tage, L Ritchey, contractor; cost, $950
Dr! VV, A. Paul, Eleventh street and
Second avenue, two Btory frame dwelling;
Mrs. Fredericka Schneider, Fifth ave
nue and Twenty -tbird street, two one
story frame cottages, C. J. W. Schrei
ner contractor; cost, $1,500 each.
B Birkenfeld, Sixth avenue between
Twenty eighth and Twenty 'ninth streets
story and & half frame cottage; cost,
F. D. Taylor, Twenty -third street be
tween Seventh and Eighth avenues, im
provement on residence; cost, $800.
A. D. Walker. Twenty-second street
between Eighth and Ninth avenues, two
story frame dwelling; cost, $2,000.
Morris Rosenfield. Tbird avenue and
Tenth street, improvements on carriage
house and barn; cost. $400.
B. Seeburger, Third avenue and Fourth
street, one story frame store building. C.
J. VV. Schreiner. contractor; cost, $550.
S. J Woodin, First avenue between
Sixth and Seventh streets, two one story
frame 'cottages, George Barnes, contrac
tor; cost, $750 each.
William McGuinn. Fourteenth street
and Fifth avenue, improvements on real
dence; cost, $1,000.
Mrs. A. Uerkert, Seventeenth street
between Seventh and Eighth avenues.two
story and a half frame dwelling, C J. W
Schreiner, contractor; cost, $3,500.
E. W. Hurst, Fourteenth avenue and
Thirty ninth street, one story corrugated
ircn cottage, L, Ritchey, contractor; cost,
Miss Kate Byrnes, Eighteenth street
between First and Second avenues, im
provements on store building; cost,
First Baptist church Third avenue and
Fifteen-h street, improvements on inter
ior of building; cost, $3,300.
Mrs. S. A. James, Twentieth street be
tween Third and Fourth avenuea, two
story brick business block, Sievers &
Anderson, contractors; cost, $6,000.
John Volk, Eighteenth street and
Fifth ayenue, improvements on dwelling
house property; cost $6,000.
O. II. Lamp. Eighth avenue and Sev
enteenth street, two story frame dwel
ling; Nicholas Juhl, contractor, cost
Uuber & Peetz, Seventh avenue and
Fifteenth street, two story frame store
building, cost, $'2,000.
J. Hud toon. Nineteenth street between
Fifth and Sixth avenues, improvements
on residence $800.
E. E. Parmentcr, attorney av law.
Makes collections, loans money and will
attend to any legal business intrusted to
him. Office, postoffice block, Rock Isl
THE TRAVELERS' (WIDE.
CHICAGO, BOCK I8LAXD A PACIFIC KAIL
way Depot corner Fifth avenne and Thirty-
nm street, frank a. riummer, agent.
TRAINS. tLAT. JtABBiTW.
Council Bluffs Mlnneao-) .m
U Dmv Express f 35 m ! J :0
Kansas City Day Express. .. 5 :60 am 1 1 fl8 pm
Washington Express 8 :S8 pm It :05 pm
Council blnffs A Misneso-1 ..
taaxrress f Mpm n.-Ooam
Council Blnffs A Denver I ....Q.
Limited Vestibule Ex.. f S:6m 8:89 am
Kansas City Limited 10 :55 pm 4 :M am
Atlantic Accommodation 8-30 am! 8:15 pm
tQolngwest. tQoingeaet. Daily.
TJBLINGTON ROUTE C, B. & Q. RAIL
way Depot First avenne and Sixteenth St.,
M. J. Yonng, agent.
TRArSS. I i.at. aaaiva-
St. Loan Bxpresa 6:40 am 6:40 am
Bt. Louis Express..... ..M ..i 7:35 pm 7:18 pm
St. Paul Express 6:4B pm 8:08 am
Beardetown Passenger 2:55 pm 10:35 am
Way Freight (Monmouth)... 8:08 am l:Mpm
Sterling Passenger 7.-1 am :48pm
Savanna " 10:38 am 8:48 pm
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE A ST. PAUL RAIL
way Racine A Southwestern Division De
pot Twentieth street, between First and Second
avenne. B. D. W. Holmes, agent.
TRAINS. Lbavs. Abiv.
Mail and Express 6:45tan 9 :00 pm
St. Paul Express 8:16 pm 11:25 am
Ft. Accommodation 9:00 pn 10:10 am
Ft. A Accommodation 7:S5aro 8:10pm
BOCK ISLAND PEORIA RAILWAY DE
pot First avenue and Twentieth street. F.
H . Rock well. Agent.
TRAINS. Lsats. Ahrits.
Fast Mail Express 8 ":10am 7:30 pm
Express 2:20 pm 1:80 pm
Cable Accommodation 9:10 am i 3:00pm
" 4:00pm! 8:05 am
MOST DIRECT SOUTH TO THE
East, South and Southeast.
Lv. Rock Island..
9 :44 ami
St. Louis .. .
. i 1:15 pm
.. 3:45 pm
... 4-00 pm
.J 9:50 pm
J. S :50 pm
? 6:35 pm
, 7:10 pm
. 1:20 am
.. S:o0 pm
.. 10:00 pm
4 :57 pm
5 :59 pm
Ar. Rock Island.
...110:15 am; 4:10pm
... 1:30 pm 7:30pm
Accommodation trains leave Rork le'and at
:00 a. m. and 6.45 p. m ; arrive at Peoria 8 :45 p .
m. and 9:80 a. m. Leave Peoaia 6:00 a. m. and
7 :15 p. m ; arrive Rock Island 4 :00 p. m. and 2 :05
All trains ran daily except Sunday.
All passenger trains arrive and depart Union
dc not, Peoria.
Free Chair car on Fast Express between Rock
Ittond and Peoria, both directions.
Through tickets to all points; baggage checked
tnrougu to aestmation.
Lv. Rock Island 9.10 am 4.00 pm
ArT. Reynolds 1 10.20 am 5.06 pm
Cable 1 11.00 sm 5.40 pm
Lv. Cable 6.21 am 19.(0 pm
Ar. Reynolds 7.00 am' 1.45 pm
" Bock Island 7.55 am: 8.00 pm
H. B. 8UDLOW, B. STOCKHOUhB,
Superintendent. Gen'l Tkt. Agent.
UMCQUAMTEO WITH THE GEOGRAPHY 0FTH.S COUNTRY U OSTIUM
MUCH VAIUULE INFORMATION FROU A STUDY OF THIS MAP OF THE
Four-in-hands puffs and scarfs; no end
to them, at the Lindon.
Ei:k Bnadacbe and zaueve all the trouble Iraf
dent to a bilious state of the system, snoh im
Dizziness, Kansas, Drowsine '. Distress aftac?
eating. Pain in the Bids, Ac While their most
XciuatA&Wo auccees lias been shown 1a cuxi&g ,
Xle&aaehe, yet Carter' little Uver Fflle ate
equally valuable In Constipation, carina; and pre
Tenting this annoying complainCwhila they alas)
correct all diaordcrsor thetomachtimnlae the
liver and regulate the bowels. Evan tf sue? only
'Aciistljoy would be almostprioel ess to those wB3
uffer from this distressing complaint; but fortu
nately tbeirgoodneas does notend herend those
Whooncetry them will And those little pills valu
able In so many ways that they will not be wtl
jtc.g to do without them. But after aUsick head
'jstb bane of so many Uvea that here Is when
we make oar greet noasw wnr puis cure it wnue
Others do not.
Cartur's Little Uver Fills ere very amau ana
very easy to take. One or two pills macea aose.
They are strictly vegetable and do nos gripe or
purge, but by their gentle action please all who)
tuethem. In vials at 95 cents; firs for $1. Som
by druggists everywhere, or sunt by mall.
CARTER MEDtCINI CO., New York.
SMALL WL SMALL DOSE. SHALL PM
CMcaio, Eoct IsM & Pacific Ryj
The Direct Route to and from Chicago, Jollrt, Ottawa,
Peoria, I Salle, Moline, Rock Island, in ILLINOIS;
Davenport, Muscatine, Ottumwa. Oskaloosa, Des
Molnf. Wlnterset, Audubon, Harlan and Council
Muffs, in IOWA; Minneapolis and Su Paul, In MIN
NESOTA: Wstertown and Sioux Falls, in DAKOTA:
Cameron, St. Joseph and Kansas City, in MISSOURI;
umaba, Lincoln, Falrburr and Mlton, in NEBRASKA;
Atchison, Ltsvenworth, Horton, Topeka, Hutchinson.
Wichita. BeUeriUe. Abilene, Dodge City. Caldwell, In
KANSAS: Kingfisher, El Reno and Mtnco, in INDIAN
TERRITORY: Denver, Colorado Springs ssd Pueblo,
in COLORADO. Traverses new areas of rich farming
ana grazing lands, affording the beat facilities of inter
communication to all towns and cities east suit west.
northwest ana southwest of Chicago and to raciOc and
VSSTIB ULK EXPRESS TRAINS
Leading all competitors In splendor of equipment,
between CHICAGO and DES MOINE8. COUNCIL
BHTFF8 and OMAHA, and between CHICAGO and
DENVER, COLORADO SPRINGS and PCEBLO, via
KANSAS CITY and TOPEKA and via ST. JOSEPH.
Flrst-Chus Day Coaches, FREE RECLINING CHAIR
CARS, and Psiacs Sleepers, with Dining Car Service.
Close connections st Denver and Colorado Springs with
diverging railway lines, now forming the new snd
TRANS-ROCKY MOUNTAIN ROUTE
Over which superbly-equipped trains run daily
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE to and from Salt
Lake City, Ogden and San Francisco. THE ROCK
ISLAND is also the Direct ana Favorite Line to and
from Manitou. Pike's Peak and all other sanitary and
scenic resoru snd cities and mining districts in Colorado.
DAILY FAST EXPRESS TRAINS
From St-Joseph end Kansas City to and from all im
portant towns, cities and sections in Southern Nebraska,
Kansas and the Indian Territory. Also via ALBERT
LEA ROUTE from Ksnsss City and Chicago to Wster
town. Sioux Fslls, MINNEAPOLIS and 8T. PAUL.
cenescUong far all point north and northwest between
toe lakn and the Pacific Coast.
For Tickets, Maps, Folders,- or desired Information
apply to any Coupon Ticket Oface tn the United States
er Canada, or address)
C ST. JOHN, JOHN 8EBA8TIAN,
Goal Manager. Goal Tkt A Pass. Agt,