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THE ANGUS. TUESDAY MAllCH 7, 1893.
APPY NEW YEAR
iranteeJ to any victim of alcoholism who takes
The Morrell Cure.
,-,r( arms. No lay off from work. All other
L shatter the general health. All graduates of
niorrell institutes testify to increased weight and
b: during treatment ana permanent improvement
Huford Block, Rock Island.
Postoffice block, Moline,
Hibernian building, Davenport.
munication and treatment confidential. Sei3
jcirculars and testimonials.
V bought a lot of "Men's Fxne Patent La her Shoes
bis: diec unt, and we iutend to giv yon f b benefit,
y fro at $3 until all So don't bang t c', cr
willb- too late. Yoa will also fin a handsome
-Kohoe (Blacher cut) in the sam sale.
:ive you ever worn our $3 6h-e1
623 Second Ave., under Rock Isknd House.
THE CITY COUNCIL.
Kegnlir Mini t My Mrc'lng of the Municipal
P.o.Iy The OUclnl Kp.-ort.
City Oorxcii. Room, Rock Island.
March (5 The city council met in
regular semi-monthly session at 8 j,
m.. Mayor McConochie presiding ami
all the aldermen present except
Fickenschcr. The minutes of the
last meeting were read and approved.
Officers' reports for the month of
February were read and ordered
placed on file.
A jMtition of Mrs. Peter Boland
that money for the unexpired term of
the saloon license of her late husband
be refunded was granted, on motion
of A3d. Dauber, by unanimous vote.
Aid. Nelson offered a resolution in
viting projKsal3 from plumbers for
certain work. Adopted.
Aid. Knox, from the finance com
mittee, reported an ordinance which
was unanimously adopted, allowing
bills out of the various fundi as follows:
tru. I T AITOCST.
1! K C BessoB.
SBWKK AC OUST.
Lub-T jay ml Labor pav roil
No. S ... JS5J No. 4 " $ 5i 85
Labor pay roll D Groupr 15 55
"o 3 $13180
Labor pay roll No. 8 S 15 09
rOLK I Al COONT.
. hi S P II Lime Am ... ST 01
. til M Alb. rc Rriou 5 10
So 85 TUEIIi 8(VJ
i. Kramer. . . .. .
nt la a
.VI 85 Hsu's & 'rusa'... 38 :
M 5 m FcrdU 4 00
. . 5ti S A Kts I 4 00
Jiui Mu queen.... 50 23 Smictl A H; ue 380
.Uo Scin.b Mi !tt J K MaBU . SftO
C Dumbnid .. !M S5 Max Kautz 340
Chan Mooilr .. M-.'5. w swilpr 1 lei
Andy Eizl Rti 25 HI Gas Cu SU 10
.$.0 Oil Jrti Muluahy .-0 00
I 70 H.-nrv Hetrer 50 00
. tS fiuitU & Hmne.. 4 76
'5lM J tl tcliah 8 Ul
Clias Firiii-r-. . .
.I i oIIht . .
C J Kiimxkiil
t tia- lla( nj..
J odd tC'plUe ..
So m li foili.
50 00 Mi itvOU
. Won Ma-lit Jo
. 50 00 Collinit Bros
. 5HiH M fclce Lii;bt e .
OPTIC -. ACCOCKT
. ... S i Pmtar.
6 00 K Ko hlerC C...
G L Evster...
Oil in I'.rcs. .
I.ii.b A Mrs; LV..
K l G .x-ii
Mr Oiw m-.n . .
II I'ramptoa A Co
.. 5-') C Geo Green.......
IU1)UB AC VT.
.. 17? 0 Hurler & Robs-n
. . 5:4 .I Price
.. 38 t W L. MvreEe
.. S 08 Wm Don ..
.. 4 5J
OVCNTH WARS lt EH AlTOtMT.
P M H-iverftick
Argai. -Jo 0J Cnion PrintCo..
ForirrB it'Exci AcoeCNT.
R I A'-"
SI&HTEEKTH TBEET ACCOUNT.
R t ATgiu . 1 1 Sweenev k Walt .
TWEKTIETH STREET ACCOUNT.
RI at; 11 4i Seeney i Wal.
Ueki Bof Lifht Co
Wm V rC'nnoeliie. 100 00 Ja Blaisdol'
l;o! lio.'iiir . . 1C0 00 W L Sweeney..
J LUuw. iiti-U fhil Mitchell...
lay rcu DaMCo..
J . Vt:r ihi ...
E Wile hot
V Rrck .
Her Huli.n 1
CS33 C V Mlniusr Co.
ro'-l Mcbt K'ec L Co
.... iT75 K Kuict
1(iO i 0 T J Keddlg
. . . to tO C, RI & P UK.
64 00 tiraue
45 00 Rtandtrii Oil Co
45 00 J M Ur.ardsley
lat the knowledge of fitiing shoes is an
t; that we have devoted ourselves to that
clusively; and that it will cost you nothing
see the results of such perfect fitted
poes. W have made a close studv ot this
jt for years, and can satisfy you.
tir out-town friends will favor us greatly if they will send
;l"'ir a Mresses for a copy of our catalogue. Mailed free.
nd and Harrison StsM Davenport.
ALWAYS 1 HE CHEAPEST.
Honor hr Tin v n tr trimr Crnnke.TV. Glassware. Ottt-
'Tinwara WerruiaTa anrl Urnshpfl. at the Old all (3
hble 6 4 ad 10 Cents Store.
mis. c. zxrrsczrs. isi Tbird Ava.
St and Alley 12 85 Printins 7 10
hewel S40 Fourtk-4lve... 116:
l-iirrtmseiK.. 15 00 Eiehtve th 8t. 7ft
Fire -63 U SOllust wwcr... 31 IK
PhIhw THiSSLicht 817 00
OSc 3045 Sa ary. 8S66S
tialth ft 50 Water worka. 016 12
itrw 9tt.H 14
lalaht. vqnBru....' 855 TjMI ... $4.318 35
7th ward wwtr.. Veto)
A .bill f H. 1. Padd&ck was re.
Irrd to the sewer committee
Aid. Bladel. fram the ordinance
couinj.ittee, offered an ordinance for
the .sale of the Fcanklin .nd Gilpin
hose houses and Jots. Adcpted 11 to
Tliederk iad an rdin!-ce for the
SraproT.ement of Twenty-third street.
Referred to rite street and. alley com
Aid. ..ScJiruwler, Irom .Uie water
works leonimlttee, called on Water
Superintendent Murrin for aome fig
ures as j P'Pe requirements. lor ine
easuinsr vear, with prices, .which
wer? ffivii. Om motion of Al'ti. Cor
keu the sanrmLttee and superintend
ent were instructed to ascertain
what wipe is required a.nd place an
Judg-es a xi clerks of election for
the ensuing jar were appointed .as
First ward Jud?s, James War.
nock, Charle EngeL, Emil Peterso
clerks, Fred . Hodges, Tcmkl Burns.
Second Ward Judges, George So
Jander, William Eckerinan, 3. H. Cle
iand; clerku. David Jjaffer, George
Third Ward Judges, P. J. Lee, J.
iL Ladders, C. P- Hengetler; eJerks,
Thomas A. Johnson, Emil Hellpen-st-JL
Fsrnrth Ward Judges, George La
mont. John M. Trenaman, John Tre
man; elerks, Charles Fiebig, John V.
Fifth Ward Judges, Curtis B.
Knox, John Penders, George Schneid
er: clerks, Lee Collins, John Gaffey.
Sixth Ward Judges, Charles
Schneider, Conrad Schneider, Frank
Babcock; clerks, John McConochie,
Seventh Ward Judges, Edwin
Ward, William Kobb, T. B. Grady;
clerks, William Brooks, H. Luch-mann.
Aid. Corken moved that the sum
of 30 be refunded to William Young
provided he cave the city a deed of
the strip of land occupied by a sewer
for which he was assessed. Adopted
Jlhe clerk read a petition irom Sam
uel McConnell, asking permission to
use city hydrants lor nis street
sprinkling business, his standpipe
having been ordered removed. Ee-
forred to the waterworks committee
with power to act.
Aid. Knox, from the special com
mittee, reported in favor of purchas
ing hve of . A. Darling s map of the
citv. Adopted unanimouslv, on mo
tion of Aid. Nelson.
Aid. Bladel offered a resolution
that all engineering be done by a res
ident engineer whenever practicable.
Aid. Knox, from the special com
mittee on the citv attorney's report
on. the rights of the property holders
and railways on tirst avenue, onerea
the following, which is signed by
Mayor McConochie and Aid. Knox,
Schroeder and Guver:
"We, the special committee ap
pointed by the city council, to whom
was referred the report of the city at
torney as to wkat lawful rights the
citv council has on First avenue, af
ter examining the said report of the
citv attorney concluded to offer the
following resolutions: '
"Be it resolved bv the citv council
of the city of Rock Island, Illinois,
that the report made by the city at
torney at the request of this council,
as to the rights of the city, the abut
ting property holders, and the public
on First avenue, be considered con
clusive, and that the same be and is
hereby approved and confirmed. And
also that the said report be entered
upon the records of this council.
"lie it further resolved, mat ine
city attorney is instructed to take
such steps in the premises as he will
consider expedient and will be in con
formity with said report.
The report was laid over to the
next regular meeting under the
law at the instance of Aid. Kennedy
"Aid. Schroeder offered a resolu
tion notifying property holders on
Twentieth street and Fourth avenue
to lav gas and water pipes in advance
of paving. Adopted.
Aid. Knox called the attention of
the council to a violation of ordinance
by the Davenport & Rock Island
Railway company, and on motion of
Aid. Dauber the city clerk was in
structed to notify the company to
run its cars around the loop, on pen
alty of a forfeiture of its franchise.
Kobf.kt KoEHLF.u. City Clerk.
March (5. Estate of John L. Wol
stencroft. Proof of publication and
Estate of John Z. Hauck. Proof of
linal notice to heirs and receipt from
widow lor balance and notes ordered
turned over to her tiled and approved
and estate closed and administrator
Estate of William F. Johnson. Ex
ecutor's re port filed and approved
and esTaie ciosti.
Estate of William F. McConnell
Aimraisiuent bill filed and approved
Proof of posting and publication
hied. Vlaim aiiowwu
Estate of Joseph KTmnan. Proof
01 publication tiJed. 'Claim allowed
Estate of Johanna Johnson. Claims
Conserrator.ee.il of Samuel Tanner
Jury impauneled and sworn. Trial
and verdict that s-aid Samuel Tanner
is idiwiic ami that a conservator
should be appointed. Order appoint
inr Jaoh Tanner such conservator
under bond of $1,200.
March 4. J. II. Langhinrichs to
William Langhinrichs. wj lot 4,
block 1. Gen. Rodman's add.. Rock
II. K. Al w -to David Cramer, el
lot 10, block SI, Chicago or Lower
add., Kock Island, o0U.
Charles Stephenson to JosLak
Stephenson, ei nel sel 6, 18, Se. and
nj swj 5, 18, 3e, fi20.
Ine Modern Way
Commends itself to the well-formed,
to do pleasantly and effectually what
was formerly done in the crudest
manner and disagreeably &s well. To
cleanse the system and -break up
colds, headaches and levers without
unpleasant after effects, use the de
lightful liquid laxative remedy, Syr
up ot rigs.
Kobe tt Builders.
Sealed bids will be received at our
office until noon, Wednesday, March
8th, for the construction of buildings
necessary for our plant, plans and
specifications for wkieh can be in
6pected at our office on or after 8 a.
m., tnday, March SrL
We reserve the rigkt to reject any
and all bids.
Molike Malleable Ikok Co.
Order Tour lee of fpenei.
Rock Island, Jan., 31. This is to
notify the public that I have cut a
gcod supply of good, pure ice and
that I am not in any combination.
I aai now ready to make contracts
for tlie coming season and would re
spectfully solicit a reasonable share
William T. Spexce.
408 Forty-second Street.
I'eelin; an Orang.
If one v.nnts to t -A an oram'p nil that
fa necessary to l ('one is to cut with a
Kane a very email circle around the stem
end. and thea iai-k (lividinc lir.M fmm
the rtem to the summit at points on
ine sariaee oi the orange. The slnn can
then be dravm off just as easily as one
may draw a finsrer from n rrinw
What a T,ts
that the otherwise beautiful girl
should have such bad teeth. And all
because she did not use SozoH nn r. Tt.
costs so little to buy it, considering
iue goou it aoea, ana its benefits
stretch out into her future life. Poor
WE MUST HAVE ROOM,
Our spring goods are daily arriving, and
we must have room to show them.
We will seU Lamps, Albums, Stands, Pic
tures, Easels, Odd Chairs, and Rockers of
all kinds, at extremely low prices in order to
This week we will be prepared to show
you New and Extensive designs in Moquette,
Velvet, Tapestry, and Ingrain Carpets.
Npw Parlor Furniture' Easy
" Bed Room Furniture, Terms .
D6SijllS Kitchen Furniture. of
122 Brady street. 4 Payment -
OHAS. A. MEOK
Open till 8 o'clock. Saturday's till 10.
Remembsr W oo UphoUtsrins to order.
W Bern 4eated ia bU new shop.
At 324 Seventeenth Street.
efLSgbt ttaoes a tpeciilt j.
Cppoclte tbe Old nut.
1803 Second Avenue.
Proprietoror oflhelBrady ttret
Ail kinds of Cut Flowers coottuitljr on bud.
cmasn Houses FloworStore
Be block from Central p uk. the largest la lows. aM Brady street, Darsnport, I.
Roek Island Brass Foundrv
AND ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK,
AI' kinds of brass, bronse and alaminom bronze casting, all shadoa and temvere Mak
s specialty of brass metal pattern and artUtlcwork.
6or its Oft ic-At 1811 First arenae, nsaitFerry landing. . BOCK ISLAND
J. MAQER, Proprietor.
JOHN SC. PARIDON.
HHBT A. PARI DOS.
SOHMEIL, PARIDON & SON.
Painters and Decorators,
Kalbominijto, Papeb Hangiko, Etc,,
419 Seventeenth Street.
C. J. W. SCHREINER,
Contractor and Builder,
JUlllMFoortli avenue. Resld.nce 1119 ronrth ayenne.:
Flansnd apeclfl cations farnlshed on all classes r .w .
.Win, BUnd mething,0., WOler's PatenMn-
SEIVEES & ANDERSON,
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
All Kinds ot Carpenter Work Done.
General Jobblngone on ancnt notlco aod aataaractioa r mtttl.
til TwsOftk StrMt. BOCMBLAjw