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HE NEXT MORNING I FEEL BRIGHT AND
NEW AND MY COMPLEXION IS BETTER?
n, .io-i.t -." ' " "u me stomach, liver
,: kidney, ana tsa pleasant laxative. This drink
, , i, from herbs, and Is prepared forusc as easily
ki.ilniJivM!-.! It at 50c. and 91.ro per ritm
E ,..- to-day. Lane a Family Mt-dtrlne move
- -...!, vuviuca fco in.1 ni-aitnv. thla
Delicious r.r.d Healthful Confection!
THE PUREST AND BEST CUM
EVER OFFI BED TO THE PUBLICI
IS MEDICINAL PROPERTIES ARE IN V ALU ABU!
I: re t:-:k:at, coughs and colds,
AUD IS HIQHLY BENEFICIAL TO DYSPEPTICS.
It whitens the teeth and sweeten the breath, im
pit- isaul taste to the mouth, and an agree
pie feeling to the stomach.
Horg's Choc-To Gum is the best, trv it once an.
f" will nse no other afterwards. If any deale
I a i-k f.'i it, has not Rot it, take no other, but g(.
binewhere else. Yon will find all progressivr
iters h .vp it. that is the class of dealers to Dat
bnue always lor anything you want.
CHEW BORC'S CHOC-TO CUM,
19 A. 61 T. CANAL ST., - CHICAGO, III.
HARTZ & BAHNSEN,
Wholesale Agents for Rock Island.
Healthful, Agreeable, Cleansing
Jhapped Hands, Wounds, Burns, I to
Kemoves and Prevents Dandruff.
AMERICAN FAMILY SOAP,
Jest for Generai Household Use
IU want bottom prices, antl we are
The people you nre looking for.
loots and Shoos
Twentieth St., Rock Island-
We invite yon to give us a trial, von will .nme
I again without an invit.tion. We suc-ce I in
pleasing because we work hard with that object
I iu lew .
TRY US AND SEE.
-ALL KINDS Or-
Cast Iron Work
done. A specialty of furnishing ml. kit da
of Stoyea with Castings at 8 sent
A MACHINE SHOP
has been added where all kinds of machine
work will be done rlrst-ciass.
NINTH 8T. AND 7th A"VE.
DOWNING BROS., Propts.
SURE CURE " r.EMlNAL. KERVDUS
sad URINARY TROUS.iS in Y0UN8,
MIDOtc-AOtO '! OIC Hi H. NO
5 fi.ifcCH UliircaTtOr!, N I uncer
tainty OR SISAFFfllNTMlNT.
nu t ir.UJ.tii'ntir Llliwta ! i l.'ds; .
trcittacat c ma: Li .SC. I 1 1 n.U for ft. Jircl.r n...
u , THE PERU ORUC CO..
-is. for th r S . no wis st 'waM rt WM
Impart i-i ilhant trr.snnrpn.-v 'n -hi- kin. H
mores; . , ...I-ni! ..i-colm-ati. n. Vnt
I ' " ail lir-t Class ,trag rl-ta, or
ly ail iir-t elan drag rl-ts, or mailed f .r SO eta.
jt i.np ttj
J,arlidea,lI-dreamed la8t ni8ht I
S- afe, with the cool, pure earth above mv hwwt
1 aint scented flower lay upon rnv brealt
;.nd with a smile I said: "Ah, this bVreaU
No longer can the torture and the strlfl
Hack heart and mind, as while 1 yet had Hfn.-
Vnu kU t,' ."Ur .Car TOlC" SIH'nk " """0.
lhat u 'ay prone upon my grave?
S?m? 8WCrt v BM "s "SS wave
yoln.M aTVV,Uh lonn- Ahl and then
L1';"' " scb la. earth again,
t-lissa M. Moore .a Kate Field's Washington
How "Plcarwtck" Has Sold.
Mr. Chapman believes that the firm
onnally paid Dickens about 3.000 for
,.-k,wlck-" tush Forster puts it at
iooo less, and the eopyright reverted to
the author after years. As to what fol
lowed, Dickens the younger writes:
"How many editions 'Pickwiek' has
gone through, and how many millions of
copies of the Inwk have been sold during
the last fifty years, it would be impossible
to calculate. To this day it remains the
most popular of its author's works, and
enjoys a sale which would be large for a
very popular and successful new look.
while original copies in good condition are
favorite objects of competition among book
collectors. The considerable sum of twenty-eight
pounds was given at Messrs.
Sotheby's rooms by Mr. Frederick Bur
gess, in December, ISl, for a perfect set of
the original numbers, and the price was
not held by experts to be at all too high.
On tin," other band, a penny edition was
Old about the streets of London during
the summer of I860 by hundreds of thou
Not a bad record after more than half a
century of life, for in 1830 Mr. Pickwick
made his bow, and "yet awhile at all
events," as the editor says, he may hope to
bo neither all forgotten nor quite unintel
ligible. London Spectator. '
Hiding nnri Driving.
"I can usually tell," says a man, "wheth
er a woman is used to riding in a victoria
or not. If she has lately acquired it she
does one of two things sits too straight or
leans too far back. There is a certain
graceful poise which is neither stiffly up
right nor lolling that scents to come only
with experience on victoria cushions. Sim
ilarly, the box seat of a drag or a coach
betrays the novice or the reverse. The
woman who is used to it is careful to have
no flying ends of riblions or lace, holds her
parasol well away from the driver's eyes,
and does not exact his attention nt critical
moments along the route.
"To handle the reins over four or sixspir
ited animals up Fifth avenue or in the
crowded spots of the park drives needs a
certain amount of concentration, and while
men who do pride themselves on preserv
ing an easy demeanor, a thoughtless woman
beside them can make the situation a little
difficult at times." Her Point of View in
New York Times.
We Should Not Expect Too Much.
Parents must not expect loo much of
their children. It is natural to exagger
ate the bright sayings and doings of those
we love. But it may be carried to such utj
extent that keen disappointment will re
sult when t lie child of whom so much is
expected develops only into the common
place, sensible, everyday citizen instead
of a genius. Men and women of great
talent are rare, and the mass of us must
expect to walk in the humble paths of
Nothing fa more dangerous to a child's
future than to foster its vanity by express
ing exaggerated hopes of its future. Ex
cellent service to the child and to the
world in which it lives Is done by making
of it a good practical citizen. New York
Long and short lluir.
Pranche says: "Long hair w.is the dis
tinguishing characteristic of the Teutonic
tribes. It was a mark of the highest rank
among the Franks, none of whom but the
Brat nobility and princes of the blood were
permitted to wear it in flowing ringlets, an
express law commanding the people to cut
their hair close around t lie middle of the
forehead.'' And this badge of servitude
antl sign manual of pleheianism in one
century has become the essence of style
aad glass of fashion in another; the freak
of one age the fancy of anot her. Washing
The American Father and Son.
The interests Of the American father and
son are more often closely allied than one
can find in any other nation. While in
other nations generation succeeds genera
tion, in America the sou's interests are
identical wit li those of the father during
lifetime, and two generations stand shoul
der to shoulder. Ladies' Home Journal.
A Hard Hearted Judge.
In a dispute between reminiscent law
yers George R. B. Hayes asserted that
Judge Pratt was most severe. "Why,"
said Hayes, "he would walk into court
and ask if the morning's 'victims' were
ready." San Francisco Examiner.
The Gray Kat Came Trom India.
The gray rat tame to Europe from India
by way of Kussia, and is now popularly
known as the Norway rat from a mistaken
tradition that it came from Norway to
England and from the latter country to
America. Philadelphia Press.
Dante Never Saw It.
Jinks I don't believe Dante's descrip
tion of the Iuferno is correct.
Winks Why not?
Jinks Not one of the shades said to any
other shade, "Is this hot enough for you?"
New York Weekly.
Bertha I knew you were a literary man,
Mr. Scribbler, the first, time I saw yon.
Mr. Scribbler Did my countenance
Bertha N-o, but your coat did. Good
No better object lesson can easily be se
lected than an attempt to settle the ques
tion whether certain birds do prefer cer
tain trees, and if so what trees and birds
are oftenest found together.
Queen Vict oria is sovereign over one con
tinent, 100 peninsulas, 1,000 lakes, 2,000
rivers aud 10,000 islands such at leat is
the statement of a loyal Canadian nt-K-paper.
The flimsy paper called tissue paper was
originally made to place between tissue,
cloth of gold or ai ar to prevent its fray
ing or tarnishing when folded.
New acquaintances are a boon to great
talkers, for upou them all the old jokes
and impressive narratives may be worked
The female English viper does not lay
eggs; she hatches them internally, and
brings forth her young alive.
For Ovar riftr Yean
Mrs. Winslowa Soothing Syrup has
been used by millions of mothers for
their children while teething. If dis
bursed at night and broken of your res
by a eick child suffering and crying with
pain of cutting teeth send at once and get
a bottle of "Mrs. Winslow's Boothing
Syrup" for children teething. It will re
lieve the poor little sufferer immediately
Depend upon it, mothers, tbereisno mis
take about it. It cures diarrhoea, regu
lates the stomach and bowels, cures wind
colic, softenB the gums, reduces inflamma
tion and gives tone and energy to the
whole system, "Mrs Winslow's Soothing
Syrup" for children teething is pleasant
to the taste and is the prescription of one
of the oldest and best female physicians
and nurses in the United States. Sold by
all druggists throughout the world. Price
twenty-five cents a bottle. Be sure and
ask for "Mrs. Winslow's 8oothiDe Svrup
Eick Peadacho r.nd nUsraaQ th i tronbla! Incf
deiit to a bilious fitate. of tho system, such SB
!)i22 ttesa, Nausea., l)row?inesa. distress aftee
rating. Pain in tho Bide, Ao. While thelrmost
TiBjirkaMe Buccesa has been shown in curing
"H'-'.lJ-elie. vei Certer's Little Livor Pills ts
equally valuable in Constipation, curing and pre
venting tins annoying conipia:nt,wiuio in
correct Lllcisord.'rs of tho f.tomai!i,Btiiiiiilatothij
liver and rogulato tho bowel?.
C-arcJ fa B nrcra
Acli p they Would bo almoflt pi iccl : B "3 1 o those wi3
Bufer from thi'j distressing complaint; butfortn
nately thcirgnodneaadocs noendh To.and tbosa
Vho once try thorn will find theso littlo pills valu
Viblo In so many ways that they will not bo wi!
ling to do without them. But after allaick hcac
flsthebaceof po many Uvea that herslawbera
lrexnakeour great boaat. Our pilla cure it while
Others do not.
Carter's Little Liver Pills are very small and
very easy to take. One or two pills make a dose.
They are strictly vegetable and do not gripe or
purge, but by Uioir pontle action please all who
uscthem. In vialsat 25cents ; fiveforfl. 3old
by ...... 2: t everywhere, or sunt by inaiL
CARTER MEDICINE CO., New York.
SMALL Pllt. SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICE
Of New York, the well known and inCCessfal
Specialist in Chronic diseases and diseases of
the Syc anil Ear. by request af many
frieuds and patients, ha- decided to
Rock Island, Wednesday, Aug 3rd,
Con'nlta'.lon and cxsminition free and confi
dcntial at h's p'riors at the HARPEB HOUSE
from lij a. m. to 10 p. m. One day only.
DR. D. 0. FRUTH,
Latt Surcjfon to t4 Prori.ifnt iftdleal Di
jni r of Stm Tor, now Prt$vitnt of Ma
Fruth Mtdieal TnttttvU charUrtd.)
Ably assisted by a full corps of competent ex
pert specialists whose experience In the largest
hospitals in the world enables them to treat all
Chronic, rr nm, kln And Blood
diseases upon the latest scientific principles
They particularly nvlte all wlJO,e cases have
been neglected, badly treated or pronounced
Incurable to test their expert treatment that
has never failed in thousands of cases that had
b?en pronounced beiond hope. Patients who
are doing well under care of their own physi
cians need not eall on ns as our province la to
treat those who cannot find relief otherwise.
Disease, ot Women Leuchorrhoja,
Uterine Displacements. Constipation. Ster
ility. Female Weakness and all diseases pecu
liar to fenialei positively cured by Pulsatilla
frutfc has attained the most wonder
ful success in the treatment of cases to wblcb
he devotes special attention aud after years of
experience, has perfected the most itifallable
method of curing Organie Weakness. Nervous
Debility, Premature Decline of the Manl?
Fower. Involuntary Vital Losses. Impaired
Memory, Mental Anxiety, Absence of Will
Power. Melancholy, Weak Back and Kindred
Affections if consulted before Idiocy, Insanity
Failing F1U or Total Itnpotency results from
.y,VlV?t.FTTor- ,ne wful effects of
wblch blights the most radient bopes. unflttlne
patient for business, study, society or marriage,
annually sweeping to an untimely grave thous
ands of young men of exalted talent and brill
file. Cured without pain, knife or cau
tery 1Eptm.KmT Positively enred by our sew and
never-falling hospital treatment.
Free (examination r the I'rin.
Chemical and mlrrr.-,,piea.i, n, amml j
Kidney Diseases Sn.-afa Disease Distaste
and Spenoaiorrhsv I'rtsd poclmon.
Wondsrlul C perfected Ir old ess.
Wblcb ha., been egiected or u:isklHfull
treated. No experie -ota or failures w 5
dertake n Incurable cases, but ours thousand
given up to die.
Remember the date and soma, early as but
rooms are always crowded.
tVCases and correspondence eontldentlaL
sad treatment seat by express with full dlres
tlous tor use. but : .! ennsuir.tinn n.
I It U. U. Ml TH,
Lata Ave.. Ihleaja,
ook's Cotton Root
A recent discovery bv an old
physician Successfully uaed
montnly by thousands of la
dies. Is the only perfectly
esfe sud reliable medicine
discovered. Beware of nn
nrincnled firntrtnuta ...
fer inferior medicines in place of this. A-k for
Cook's Cotton Boot Conrotrsu, take 'no fubsti
tute, or inclose tl and 8 cents in postage in letter
aud we will send, seated, by return "mail Full"
sealed particulars in plain envd .pe, to ladies
onlv, i stamps Addrcs
POND LILLA CCVPANY
No. 3 Fisher Block, Detroi, Mich.
Sold in Kock Island by Marshall Jfc Fishei
per House, Uartx fc Bahnsen 2Jth street and 3o
J ave., and drugviste everywhere.
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND A PACIFIC KAIL
way Depot comer Fifth avenne and Thlrty
3rst street. Frank H. Plummer, agent.
Conncl Blurts A Minneso-1
ta Day Express.. f . t :05 am 4:f5 am
Kansas City Day Express... 10:37 pm 5:50 am
ES U P 3 :l pm
ta x-"esp f 7:
:40 am T:50 pm
umana and Denver Vesti-1
bule Express . . ) S.44 am i ;5 am
Kansas City Lirsited ... :lam I0;47pin
Stuart and i asallc Expres? 5.45 pm 9.;0im
aiiy, tGoingeast. ;Go:ngwest.
BURLINGTON ROUTE C, B. RAIL
. way-Depot First avenue and Sixteenth St.,
a. J. onugt agent.
bi. Lsjois express 'SOam
8t. Louis Express 7:8Tpm
St. Paul Express C :45 pm
Beardsiown Passenger 2:58 pro
Way Frehht (Monmouth)... 8:00 am
sterling Passenger 7 55 am
t I Paul Express 5 til am
Sterling Freight. 11 :'J0 am
8 :45 pm
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE A ST. PAUL RAIL
. war Racine Southwestern Division De
pot Twentieth street, between First and Second
aTenne, E. D. W. Holmes. agent.
11 :25 am
Mai! and Express
St. Paul Expr.-es
"t 4cron. modation.
OCK ISLAND PEORIA RAILWAY DB
I Tint F --r svpnna .. - A ........ . . t-
Fast Mall Express
8:15 am' 7:t5pm
uuresa amnaa 1 :., nm
Cable Accommodation 9:10 am 3:00 pm
' " 1 4-00pm 8:05 am
BURLINGTON, CEDAR RAPIDS NORT1I
ern Railway Depot Front ami Brady streets,
Davenport. .1. E. Haunegan, geneial ticket and
TRAINS. Leave. Ajuuva.
Mail and Express.... . .77T.'. 4:86pm TO :45am
Freight i 3:00 am 11:45 am
MOST DIRECT ROUTE TO THE
East. South and Southeast.
t . , iFastM'l.l Express
Lv. Rock Island 8. On ami 3:30 pm
Ar. Orion 8 : 45 am ' 3 :04 pm
Cambridge 9 :0 am ! 3 : J7 pm
lva.... 9:36am 3:57pm
Wyoming 110:11 am. 4:33pm
Pncceville ilO :St) ami 4 :55 pm
Peoria 11:15 ami 5:40 pm
Bloomington 1:15pm 9:15pm
Sprlngfleld 3 :40 pm 10 :20 pm
Jacksonville 4 00 pm 12 05 n't
Decatur 2 :W pm 10 :00 pm
Danville: .. 3:5Cpm 12:10 n't
Indianapolis 6:55pm 3:25 am
Terro llante 7:10 pm 10:00 am
EvansviHe 1 :2i) am 7 :35 am
St. Louis 7:3'i pm 7:40 am
Cincinnati LDOOpml 7.1Uaai
WEST BQt ND.
Lv. Peoria 10 :10 am 3:50 pm
Ar. Rock Isian l l :25 pm 7 :tc. pm
Accommclatior. trams le lve Ro-k Is and at
6:00a. m. and 0 90 p. m ; arrive at Peeria 3:M r, .
m. and 1 :15 a. m. l eave Peojia 6:00 a. m. ami
7:15 p. m; arrive Bock Island 4A3 p. m. aad l:2
All trains rin daily except Snr.dsy.
All passe per trains arrive and depart Onion
Free Cfair car on Fast Express between Kock
Is'ond ami Peoria, both directions.
Through tickets io all points; baggage enccked
through to destination.
cable nr., jirn.
T . Accom. I Accom.
Lv. Rock Island n.lo m 4.00 pm
Arr. Reynolds.... 10.20 am: 5.05 pm
" fable 11.00 ami 5.40 pm
Lv. i ible 8J0 am 12.ro pm
Ar. Reynolds 7 0) am 1.45pm
ggcA '1la'"1 M am 3.00 om
Ge-'! Tkt. Atet
yMMgOtWItflWIH THE GtCGRAPKY CF7H S COUNTRY W'Lt CBTt
VUCM taUMlU l-iF0RMT!0tl FR3M A STilCY OF TH S Mtp Of JHS
CMcap, Rock Istai iPaciScRj.,
The Cirfct Route to and from Chicago. Joliet, Ottawa
Peoria, La Sails, Moline, Rc-a UaxJ, in ILLINOIS;
Davenport, Muscatine, Ottutnwa. fkaloosa, Dei
Moines, TVintersct, AHdubon, Harlan and Council
HufTs. in H IWA : Minneapolis and St. raul. in MIN
NESOTA; Watertown and Sioux Falls, in HAKOTA,
Cameron, St. Joseph and Kansas City, in MISSOURI;
Omaha, Lincoln, Fairbury and Nelson, In NEBRASKA ;
Atchison. Leavenworth. Horton, Topeka, Hutchinson'
Wichita. Belleville, Abilene, Dodge City, Caldwell, in
KANSAS : Kingfisher, El Reno and Minco, in INDIAN
TERRITORY; Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo,
in COLORADO. Traverses new areas of rich farming
and grazing lands, affording the best facilities of inter
communication to all towns and cities east and west,
northwest and southwest of Chicago and to I'acinc and
VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS
Leading all competitors In splendor of rulpment
between CHICAGO and DES MOINES. COUNCIL
BLUFFS and OMAHA, and between CHICAGO and
DENVER, COLORADO SPRINGS and PUEBLO via
KANSAS CITY aud TOPEKA and via ST. JOSEPH
First-Class Day Coaches, FREE RECLINING CHAIR
CARS, and Palace Sleepers, with Dining Car Service.
Close sonnoctions at Denver and Colorado Springs with
diverging railway lines, now forming the nsw snd
TRANS-ROCKY MOUNTAIN ROUTE
Over which superbly-equipped trains run dallv
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE to and from Salt
Lake City, Order, and San Fmncisco. THE ROCK
ISLAND is also the Direct ana Favorite Line to and
from Manltou. Pike's Peak and all other sanitary and
scenic resorts and cities and mining districts In Colorado,
DAILY F AST EXPRESS TRAINS
From St Joseph and 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 f 1 om Kansas City and Chicago to Water
town, Sioux Falls, MINNEAPOLIS and ST. PAUL,
connectiong for all points north and northwest between
the lakes and the Pacific Coast.
For Tickets. Maps, Folders, or desired Information
apply to any Coopon Ticket Office tn the United States
or Canada, or addre&a
E. ST. JOHN. JOHN SEBASTIAN,
Of", Manager, GiT Tkt. A Pass Agt,
CBJCL Jd. r.r
SEIVERS & ANDERSON,
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
All Kinds .ot Carpenter Work Done.
General Jobbing done on short notice and satisfaction .guaranteed.
Office and Shoo 121 Twelfth Street. ROCK ISLAND.
Manafactnrer of all kinds of
BOOTS AND dHOBS
Gents' Fine Shoes aspeciaity. Repairingaone neatly and promptly.
A share of your patronage respectfully solicited.
1618 Scond Avenue. Rock Island. II'
GEORtiE SCRAPER, Proprietor.
1601 Second Avenue, Corner of Sixteenth Stree Opposite Harper's Theatre.
The choicest Wines, Liquors, Beer and Cigars always on Hand
f"ree Lnpr.b Every Day
You can save money by trading at the Old Reliable
5 AND IO CENT STORE.
Crockery, Cutlery, Tinware, Claaswgre and Wooden
MRS. C. MITSCH'S, 1314 Third Ave.
For the Construction of a System of
Sewers and Storm Drains in the Sev
Sec. 1. He It ordained by the Cityouncil of
the City ot Hock Island, that there becon
stjtielcd in Ihe Seventh Ward main sewers and
stum drains, and latcntis along the following
routes, the size of the sewer tile to lie used on
each street being pecifled with the designa
tion of the route, viz. :
A 12 inch ewer on Thirty-eighth stre-t from
Seventh avenue to south siie Eighth avenue.
An It-inch sewer on Korty-Iourth street, lroai
the river to 250 feet south of Ninth avenue.
An s-ineh sewer on Forty-fou.tU street, from
4501oet south of Ninth avenue, to Fourteenth
An C inch sewer on Railroad avenue.from For-ty-four.h
street to alley in block 1, Brooks' add.
A 8-Inch sewer in alley through blocks 1 and
2, Brooks' add.
A Sinch fewer on Sixth avcnue. from Forty
fourth street to alley on east side of Forty
fourth street add.
A Wnch sewer in ailey on eist side of Forty
fourth street add.
A li-inch sewer in alley along south side lot 5.
block 2. Brooks' Second add .
An Mnch sewer on Railroad avenue.from For
ty-lourth to Forty-second street.
An Wnch eewei on sixth avenue, from Forty-fourth
to Forty-second streets
An 8-inch Eewer on Fortv-thlid street from
Sixth avenueto ailey southof lot 12, Me Mas-'
ters' Second add.
A tl-inoh sewer in alley through McMastere'
Second mtd.. from Forty-third to Forty-Fourth
A 0-incli sewer in alley 4hrongh blocks A. It
and C, Edi:ewo.d Park acid.
A :ij-inch sewer on the extension ot Fortieth
stre.-t ironi south side of Fifth avenue, to a
point 12 feet north of the south sldeof Seventh
An 1 --inch sewer on south side Seventh avenue,
bom Fortieth to Fort -second stitets.
A 1.". inch sewer on south side Seventh ave
nue. Irom Forty-second to Fort j -Third streets.
A lJ-imh sewer on south side Seventh
avtvue. from Forty-third to Forty-slxih
An i-ineh 'ewer on Forty-third street, from
Seventh avenue to a point stl East north ot
tdi en ood avenue.
A 12-tneb sewer on F.dgewoo l avenue, from
Forty -fourth street to Thirteenth avenue.
A 12-inch sewer on Thirteenth avenue, irjm
Rosewood avenue to Fortieth street.
A 10-Inch st-weron Tnineenth avenue, from
Tliiriy-ninib. to Fortieth streets.
a lo-inch sewer on Forty second ttrett, from
Seventh sveiiue to a point 4ui feet south of
An -ine:i sewer on Forty-Arst street, from
Bevcnth avenue w Eighth avenue,
A 12-Inch sewer 0:1 Fortieth street, from Sev
enth avenue to Eighth avenue.
5V --inch sewer on Thlrt v-nl.tth street, from
Seven til avenue to Eighth avenue.
. 6-incb sewer iu alley though block 2,
Bp oks' Fourth add.
A loinoh tewei on Thirty-eighth street, from
south side of Kighth avenue to Fourteenth
A 0-:nch sewer on -outb eide o! Seventh ave
nue.from Thirty-eighth to Thirty-ninth streeis.
An s-:nch .ewer on south side of Seenth ave
nue, irom Thirty ninth to Fortieth streets.
An - inch sewer on Thirty-seventh street from
l event h avenne to 350 feet south of Four
- inch i seuer on Thirty-eighth street, from
fourteenth avenue to Fifteenth avenne
An s-inch sewer on Thirty-ninth strtet, Irom
1 Inrteeiitli avenne to Fifteenth avenue.
.ah --men sewer on FoiUeUl street.
Thirteenth avenue to Fifteenth avenue.
An --inch sewer on Forty-first street,
Tn. month avenue to Eighteenth avenue.
An .--inch sew er on Forty-second street
Thirteenth avenue to Eighteenth ave ue.
A i --men sewer on Eleventh nvr-nne
To rtj -seventh street to Thir; -. iirhth strp. t
BBC. 2. aid sevu r -hall be constructed of vit
rified and glae sewer pipes ot the sizes above
specified, with the necessary T's and cresses
lor the purpose o! connecting public -ewers and
public urai s tterewith i each pipe to be laid on
a rlrm bed and the ends of the pipes are to
about close against each other in such amanner
that there shall be no shouldets or want of
uniformity of surface on the Inittom of the in
terior ot the drain, the ioints to be as unilorm
as possible and filled with cement. The grades
on which said sewer shall be laid shall be in
accordance with profiles on rile la the City
Clerk'6 ottlee.nnd all work, including man holes
and T's, shall be constructed in accordance
with specifications on file in the City Clerk's of
flce. All three-rcot sewers shall be of :ec
tional tile with brick manholes.
Sec. 3. eaid aewer shtll be constructed un
der the Supervision of the City Superintendent
of Streets, who shall put In.or causeto be prop
erly put in, all T'g and crosses wherever found
necessary; sha:l giaue the fall of said sewer as
shall te round neeessarv and practicable In ac
cordance with grades given by the en
glneer. and sball nave general charge and su
pervision of the work
Sec. 4. That the whole cost and expense of
the improvement provided for in Section one of
this ordinance, shall be raised and paid for by
special assrs-ment upon the property to tie
benefited by .aid improvement, said specl.l
Assessment to b - levied, according to and only
to. the amount of the benefits wnich shall ac
crue to laid property by reason of such im
provement &nd under and in accordance with
Article Nine 9 of an art of the General Assem
bly of the State of Illinois, entitled "An act to
provide for the incorporation of cities and vil
lages. ' approved April 10, 1872, in force July 1.
1C2. and amendments thereto.
Sec 3. That Aldermen Guyer. Hetter and
I'auber be. and are hereby appointed com
missioners to make an estimate of the cost of
said improvement, including labor, materials
and all other expenses attending the same
and the cost ot levying and assessing the
sieclai tax therefor.
Passed June 27, lss2.
Aprcved: William McCosochibj, Mayor.
Attest : Robert Koehlek, City Clerk.
W. B GRIFFIN. J.KEATING.
GRIFFIN & KEATING,
No. 1712 First Ave.,
Rock Island, III,
Practical : : :
Gas Fitting and General Jobbing.
1' -y roona en
i li i ,t GEO. P.
if. lofWFTT A-rwa
Newsfaffb Advebtisiko BcaxAtr 10 Sprooe
Sandwicnee Furnished on Bbo-t Notlns
1000 1 offload
Chicago, Minneapolis and St. Paul
Via the Famous Albert Lew Root.
St. Louis, Minneapolis and St. Paul
Via St. Louis, Minneapolis A St. Paul Short Lin.
Through Sleepers and Chair Cars
KANSAS CITY, MINNEAPOLIS AND IT. PAUL,
PEORIA, CEDAR RAPIDS AND SIOUX FALLS, DAK.
CHICAGO AND CEDAR RAPIDS
Via the Famous Albert Lea Route.
THE SHORT LINE
ts SPIRIT LAKE GT
The Great Iowa Summer Resort.
For Railway and Hotel Rates, Descriptive
ramplilets ami all information, address
(Seal Ticket and Passenger Agent.
On line of this road In Northwestern Iowa,
Southeastern Minnesota and Central Dakota,
w here drought and crop failures are unknown.
Thousands of choice acres of land vet unsold.
Local Excursion rates given. For full Informa
tion as to prices of land and rates of fare, address
Genl Ticket and 1'a.ssenger Agent.
All of the Passenger Trains on all Divisions of
this BsVHWBy at. heated by steam from the
engine, and the Main Line Day Passenger Trains,
are lighted with the Eleetrie Light.
Mans. Time Tables. Througfa Kates and aS In
formation furnished on application to Agents.
Tickets on -ali- over this rout.-at all prominent
jKiinis in the Dnton, and bv Its Agents, to all
larts of tli- I'm!. -ii states ami i 'aiia.la.
-?-l "i aiiiiouuei in. tits of Excursion Rates,
ami loea: matters of interest, please refer to the
local columns of this paper.
C. .. iVES E. HANNEGAN,
Vres t 4 Qanl Supt. Gtn'l Tkt. 4 Pasa. Agb
CEOAP RAPIDS. IOWA
Rock Island and Burlington
TRI-WEEKLY PACKET CO.
W. A. BLAIR, Master.
LON BRYSON, Clerk.
Will leave Rock Island
Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday
at 5 p. m. for Masca'ine. Kelthsbnrg,
Burlington and all interim
Local patronage solicited. Fcr information
apP'r o GEO. LAMONT, Agt,
A series of Sir Cimceru will be given by
iwr uuua MJU TJkM 1 HA IS JJ,
lb 'Mil I
' Wal dsT 1 B T allsTsV '
Admission 50 cents Ladies accompanied with
Take Elm street electric cars direct to grounds.
K. OTTO. Manager.
$75 TO $250 i?
Jousboh Co., 2HW--4-tt-8 Main gt,, Kichmood,
S SHEW YORK.
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