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Davenport Morning Tribune (Newspaper) - November 15, 1890, Davenport, IowaI. I i v j h i. Stu i i n. M Ili Al f i i to j 7 i 1 i s of i 1 i i m 1 i i i i i r i v r 11 i 7h so i j of r f r _ j r _ november 1890 of Telephone. Persons Deering tub a Jav Tribune delivered at their Home or office can secure it by postal card request or order through Tele phone no. 113. Where delivery is irregular you will oblige us by making immediate com plaint to this local forecasts. Kor cooler. Pouv Ionadi. Mrs. J. P. Risley is visiting with or. Sibley b parents at de m. E. Porter and wife of Kansas Are spending a few Days with friends in this City. . Frank Knight of Philadel is in the City visiting her j. . Local meteorological report. U. S. Signal Dave Vort. November 14 mean barometer pressure. Mean temperature.-----4s Normal temperature for this Dav and place for 14 years.30 maximum temperature.------58 minimum mean prevailing direction of total precipitation.0.02 change in to All. F. observer. Robt Littler of Speat yesterday in the City on re turning Home last evening. Miss Beckwith of it. And miss Kinzie of Are visiting at St. Katharine s Hall fora few Davs. Maple syrup and buckwheat flour at new and second hand heating stoves Are being closed out at Low prices for the to make room for new Stock. Come and get a bargain. J. L. Item 107 East second the City lighting. The Council cannot agree and the matter is still unsettled Brevi ties. The Tribune Telephone is 113. Nellie bids Ai reduced prices at Giusse 312 Brady St. M. Dentist Over Schmidt a shoe store. Those wanting Coal can find the same in rear of the Tribune office. County clerk Birchard yesterday is sued a marriage License to Frank a. Johnson and Mary yesterday g. J. Recently of was adjudged insane sent to mercy Hospital As a private Tient. Mixed and Sweet pickles and Chow Chow in bulk at Risley s. James the pork Packer of Rock commenced operations for the season on thursday by killing 500 porkers. At Guthrie occurred the death of Peter aged 78 father of John Andl. P. Formerly of this but now of new York. Oysters and celery at Risley s. Messes. Mehl furniture have leased the three Story building 214 West second lately occupied by John and will occupy the same dec. 1. Fine ducks and chickens at Risley s. Circle no. 2 of the King s daughters and ten no. 8 of the lend a Laud will give a supper at the masonic this evening. The Public is cordially invited. Tickets 25 l. R. Speetzen has been arrested Aud committed to charged by an East Ern watch of the watches entrusted to his care to be sold on the instalment cannot be found. Best embroidery Arisen which others ask Loc for. Forward store. Jas. An employee at the Eagle manufacturing company had his Pine very seriously effected a few Days while attempting to lift a very heavy piece of machinery. It will be several Days before or. Jarber will be Able to return to his work. Of u new to my friends and patrons and the Public in i can announce that 1 have opened at 226 Harrison an elegant restaurant. Opening on now. 15 and nov. 10. The Public is cordially invited. Otto honest goods. Nothing takes with the people As Well As straight honest can Dor. The manufacturers of Lleida s German cough and kidney cure Are a Good illustration of what the people think of these things. They offer five thousand dollars for a particle of opiates or Poison found in their medi Cine and guarantee it to cure the worst cold or Money refunded. It has always been supposed that in order to have a cough Medicine the base of it had to be an which is a Poison. Reid s German cough and kidney cure is the discovery of a German chemist and is pure and free from ail opiates or Poison. It is thus Safe for children and adults alike and instead of depleting the sys tem it stimulates and builds up. It is one of the Best Selling cough medicines on the Market wherever it is introduced. The company is going to have a Sample bottle put up in each House in Rock Moline and Davenport during the next few Days. Chickens and ducks at Ris Ley s. The people do not want stitched goods. They want Comfort Aud Low and we Are prepared to furnish them. Forward 31-1 West Sec Ond Street. The new Couch yesterday gee. To whom mrs. Newconb has deeded the greater part of her was put on the wit Ness stand. The direct examination was concluded at about in the of lie detailed a number of conversations had Between mrs. Or. Velie and or. Putnam. His Story of the will episode was to the effect that or. Velie desired mrs. To add a codicil to her directing that the bequest to mrs. Now should go to mrs. Rorer s daughters. Mrs. Newcomb our Holiday goods Are in and will be agreed to this and Drew Don t forget that we have alter Tau not tufted of action k. A. Comes up. The Council met in adjourned session last evening with mayor Ficke in the chair and every Alderman present except Aid. A great Many Trie Light lieu and others interested were present. The mayor announced that the meet ing was for the purpose of bids for the lighting of the City and the granting of a franchise to Thomson Houston company. Aid. F. Smith presented the Fol lowing petition from the d. I. D. Railroad by c. Wads asking that the City make out a lease for certain property which by ordinance of sept. And May the City agreed to lease to said Railroad company. Action on this petition was deferred until after the Light question had been settled. Aid. Of the committee on lights presented the report of the com he read the various bids which were published in the Tui bunk and recommended that the bid of the elec tric illuminating company of for a three year contract for 123 on masts and poles at per Light or s9s40 per year be accepted. Aid. Veyera As an Amend that the report be received and filed. Of this motion All voted except aids. Klug and Aid. Leimers offered a Resolution that the seven year plan Only be considered and called for the yeas and nays. Aid. Smith objected to this on the ground that improvements might be made which would enable the City get cheaper Light. Aid. Kline said that there could not be much improvement in the wires and poles and machinery would be if not As Good at the end of seven As at the Start. Aid. Peters said that the longer the time the dearer the Light. As an example he cited Hock Island which had its contract two years before Daveu be lighted by arc lights and the Dence part by incandescent. Aid. M. It. Parkhurat said be was not As Well informed of the subject As he wished he lie said he was aware of the fact that the Trees were growing larger Aad larger each year and that it was becoming More difficult to Light it. He did not know whether the incandescent Light would give As Good a Light As the peo ple wanted. If the incandescent was not Strong enough for the business part of the City it was not for the Resi Dence part. Smith said this was an important matter and he did not think the Council was prepared to act on it but that it should be postponed until the matter had been looked into. Aid. Smith offered As a substitute that the question be referred to a com Mittee of three to investigate and re port. Aid. Eckhardt wanted the committee increased to to which Aid. Smith agreed. Aid. Leonard said that it seemed As though Aid. Smith would be satisfied with anything which was going his Aid. Smith denied saying be had no views. The question being called All voted against it except aids. M. B. Parkhurst and Smith. Hald. Klug moved an amendment that the arc lights extend to ninth Street and Aid. Peters added that they be placed Between Warren and far am streets. The amendments were the question being put on Rei Mer s motion All voted for it except aids. M. K. Parkhurst Aud Smith. Aid. L. Parkhurst moved that when the Council adjourn it be to meet next wednesday night. Aid. M. K. Burst moved that it be Friday instead of wednesday. Carried. Aid. Smith offered a Resolution approving the agreement Between the Davenport electric company and the i Ridge. Second Street and Northwest Ern railway company. Carried. Aid. Dodge entered at this Point. The d. 1. D on motion of Aid. Joe r. Lane was Given permission to address the Council on the petition of the d. I. D. Railroad company. Or. Line port mud had now contracted for Only read the ordinances granting the lease two years. He did not think it was Good policy for the City to make Long contracts. Aid. Asked Aid. Peters if he did not report to the Council that the actual Cost per Light for running the Plant would be s100 per year. Eckhardt said he did not believe that the electric illuminating company would put up a Plant Here for Only a three year the question being put All voted Aye As asked for and then presented a form of lease which be said he had submitted to the City attorney and that it had been approved by him. The ground asked for a the Block be tween Gaines and Warren streets for a freight and main and Brady for a passenger All below front Street. D mayor Ficke suggested that the lease should fix a time in which the Road should be otherwise the lease except aids. M. K. Park should he void. Open soon. Some Beautiful goods at lowest prices. Forward store. The Best place in the City to get dried fruit is at Risley s. He has just received an invoice of apples and paired peaches. These Are the choicest goods that can be obtained Don t forget the Choice Malaga and Tokay grapes at Iisley s. First presbyterian sunday at 11 a. M. And p. A. Subject for kind Ofa Sabbath Man Sabbath school at Mission in afternoon. Endeavor meeting at Choice bananas at Risley s. Last evening at the Council meeting Llobet. Krause stated that the d. I. D. Railroad company expected to be running trains into Davenport inside of sixty provided the mild weather continued. This will be Good news to Daveny orters who had almost Given up All Hope of Ever seeing the Road in operation. Large cranberries at Lisley s. The Case of or. Palmer the magnetic against Wildermuth of was again on trial yesterday before magistrate Wiville. S. W. Seaside appears for the plaintiff and William Mceniry for the defense. During the Cross examination of Palmer yesterday when asked where he got his License to he said it came from the court of High Island Argus. Telephone Rock Island fuel for Green and dry shop Wood and Al kinds of dry kindling. Telephone 1197 there is a general complaint from the scholars of school no. That the water closets Are in a horrible Condi and we have been told of a family who have withdrawn their children from the school on the advise of their Amily for fear of arising from the filthy condition of these closets. There is no excuse for any of this among the different schools of the City. What is the duties of the up the codicil. When mrs. Newcomb was about to sign Geo. Asked her if she wished to change what she that giving him a deed and Bill of Sale. She no. He theh told her there was a clause in the codicil which might be so construed Aud she had better not sign it. She then refused to sign and Velie plead wit i but to no up pose. She would not sign unless George said it waa All right. When or. Belie and or. Putnam left the or. Putnan took the will with although mrs. Newer Majde handed it. Told him this was Ous wrung his hands and of if it should Ever be come at this testimony Putnam smiled. Or. For the took the witness and commenced a raking Cross exam which will require probably All this Forenoon to Hurst and Smith. Kei Ruers presented another Resolution stating that it was the sense of the Council that there was no objection to the City owning its own Plant. Aid. Smith opposed saying that it was simply leading up to the bid of one which he did not consider fair or right. Aid. Klug offered a substitute that the third the Whipple be 163 Mast Arm arc lights. Aid. Lieder Saivii that As representing the lower end of town he was opposed to having lights stuck up in the sky. He wanted incandescent lights. Aid. M. K. Parkhurst said he was a great Friend of the towers because they gave Light for a Long distance. Aid. Klug said that the 100 lights with towers and Mast gave a very poor but with 103 inapt Arm lights he thought the whole City could be lighted. This suggestion waa willingly agreed to by or. Lane and twelve months decided upon As the time in which the Road shall be in operation. Then the matter of designating the metes Aud Bounds of the ground to be used came up and was pretty thoroughly discussed. The company wanted 200 feet from the South line of front Between Brady and main streets and 300 from the South line of the railway tracks be tween Gaines and Warren streets. Some of the aldermen thought Chat 100 feet would be sufficient for the com Pany. Others thought 150 feet would be sufficient. After considerable Dis Cussion Aid. Parkhurst moved that a committee of three be appointed by the mayor to investigate the matter with Power to act. The mayor appointed l. Smith and Beyer. The mayor waa added to the committee. Aid. Dodge presented the ordinance Smith had charged Aid. Granting the Thomson Houston Coin with being a stockholder Pany a franchise to erect and operate in an electric company. This Aid. Rei-1 an electric Light and Power Plant in the City of Davenport. After clerk Wlebert had read the ordinance the mayor called attention to the fact that the ordinance As read was not the one mers disclaimed and said that he Wai Here for the Best interests of the City. Aid. R. Parkhurst said that he had taken particular notice of the if not to keep these places for lame a pain in the Side or or for tooth ache or ear ache prompt Relief May be had by using Chamberlain s pain Balm. It is Relia ble. For Sale by All druggist. Open for engagement a. The Davenport band is now open for for Public and private the orchestra is the finest in the also the full prof. Otto is musical and prof. H. Re Storll is which fact gives the band it he highest standing. For full particulars As regards engagement address to if. Ile Storff. 40s Western or Telephone 343. The v. M. C. A. A. Mossman will be in charge of the Young men s meeting at the y. M. C. A. Rooms this evening at sub reflecting too late.1 the meeting last evening in Point of attendance and interest was the Best one yet held. One Young Man professed conversion and four others were conversed with on the same Subjec. It is is quite probable that the meet Ings will be continued next Dif Ferent ministers speaking each even if you suffer from Catarrh Why Don t you take Hood s the com Mon sense it has cured Many people. Lights on the Bridge and they did not upon. Dodge then handed him another which he read and which the mayor said was still not the or. Representing the Thompson Houston asked to present an ordinance which on being was decided to be the one agreed upon by the City authorities and the electric company. The Correct ordinance was a printed copy. The mistake occurred from the fact that two or More copies of the ordinance As read at the first meeting in november had been made and the revised ordinance had been placed with them and the wrong copy picked out. Aid. Beyer moved that further consideration be postponed until after the h question had been car highest of All in Leavening s gov t aug. 1889. Of Vuk a Mich 4k give enough but they were Only of 16 Candle Power. Aid. Kline said that the lights on the Bridge were but on the streets the Light was reflected and that made them brighter. Aid Smith had a kind word to say for the which he thought gave a very Pood Light and were cheaper. Aid. Asked or. Smith if he was so pleased with the towers Why he had asked for More lights Between Locust and tenth streets when there was a Tower on Locust and Brady and one on twelfth and Harri son streets. Smith said that it was because More Light was needed on Brady Street. Aid. Peters wanted arc lights be cause he thought them much better than the incandescent. He was opposed to the City owning the Plant. The question being put on Klug s All voted against except Klug and l. Parkhurst said that if any company could put in a Plant Here and run As cheap As the then there must be a big profit in it. If this was then the City should own the Plant and make this profit. We could run it As we run our schools or streets. A we need is a Good superintendent and his assistants. It we cannot find Man who could run then we Are very Small potatoes. How can the glucose company make the City a an individual in that sense and could make Money for it. Shall we do Una i say yes. Aid. Smith raised the Point that the Resolution was out of order because it involved an outlay of Money. The Point overruled by the Way or. The question being put aide. Peters and 8mub voted All the rest Yea. Aid. He i inert then moved a Resolution Taftt the build to of Hamm Kino own mucks. Hal Aud tue Fui icy Feather Halo still 011. We Are riving value for 50c. Hats .25.worth .50 u fancy feathers Worth and up to s for less than Balf. 311 Street. Etc. Mccown Telephone 2 eighty a of Culler action. As will be seen from the report of the proceedings of the City the Thomson Houston electric company s franchise was not but action postponed until the City lighting ques tion a settled. Just Why such action waa taken is something of a mystery. The granting of this company the right to locate in Davenport certainly could have nothing to with the City Light ing question. The ordinance was presented the first wednesday evening in is the most ancient and most general of All discuss. Scarcely n. Jamily entirely free from while thousands everywhere Are its suffering slaves. Hood s Svirsa Parylla has had remarkable Success la curing every form of scr Fula. The must severe and painful running swellings in the neck or humor in the causing partial or total yield to the powerful effects of Liis Medicine. It thoroughly re moves every truce of impurity from the Wood and builds up the weakened system. Little fens ttys life we a Mac m ire by Rood s she was six months old the had t running scr Fula sores. One physician Adrastd amputation of one of her to which we refused assent when ire began firing her Hood s a marked improve ment was noticed and by a continued use of u her recovery was Complete. And she is being seven years Strong and b. C. Lincoln me. N. B. Be sure to get Hood s. Sold by Druif Tilita. Six for s5. Prepared Only c. I. Hood co. Too doses one Dollar Sarsaparilla sold by druggists. By 0.1. Hood it vast. Too doses one Bellar t a . Davkd out. Nov. Lith editor t. U. Wish to acknowledge through you the and action postponed until receipt of the following amounts from last evening in order to have it drawn up in a manner agreeable to both Par ties. The Thomson Houston people simply ask the right to locate Here and they certainly were not properly treated by this action. The company conceded everything asked and it would have been no More than simple Justice to have granted the franchise. 300 always boys suits is 25 2-50 men s was Sitner suits s4 so. 500 men s overcoats few Mouriz u 121 West second Street. The several churches that assisted in meeting the expenses of the ice we Ler f barrels that were placed on the streets this Baptist pics by Terian Church. United i its. First m. E. Total 40. The Cost ice from july 1st Tiu oct. 1st for the barrels on the Street Ulso n Supply of ice it the fair grounds. S-50 subscription from churches balance paid by w. T. U. S15.51. Grove Long nov. Noel son of Jno. Noel of Noel s Sta shot himself accidentally while out Hunting this morning. The whole charge entered right Side of his just above his Collar wound 2 inches m nothing serious As Chas. Dannacher s Rosery fruits. Choice plums Aucy evaporated evaporated pears. All jams and ilae jellies at next to Post office. For teas will give pleasure in the drinking Call at Gol leu nov Kate daughter of or. Mrs. If. K aged 4 yeas. From depth cola. Funeral from family Ai 1319 Kipley Street 1 removal to a where Iuie of plants and Cut Flowers be had it All times. Decorative plants r parties and Church decorations can be Rinshed on Short notice orders by mail promptly attended wants cent a word sold at As Low prices As any Cash House Isi the City. In Der this head advertisements of for for help Koms for rooms lost or will be inserted for one cent per word. Situations wanted inserted free. Special monthly rates Given on application. Tant to sell a Niles Ore in a town near by. Many inducements. Can be bought cheap. G. Co. Til a Best acre tracts in the City for bargains in 8-Roora House 7 minutes from c h. Masonic Temple. A girl to work in the Bonton photo and Corner Brady and third honest salary monthly if suitable with opportunities for to represent locally a responsible new York House. References. Lock Box new York. Nrblu-91 75.00 to a month can to made work ing for us. Persons preferred who can fur Nish a horse and their whole time to the business. Spare moments us profitably employed also. A few vacancies in towns and cities. K Johnson co. Main a. Res on ment plan Home the c. B. Adams furnishing House position to Vernesa by european lady. Willing to take entire charge of pupils. Good references from for Mer positions. Address care of this 10 Brady Davenport. To hatters and mems furnishes. Fall style hats now ready no for safety and rate of equals a real estate mortgage. We always have on hand for Sale completed first mortgage Loans on Iowa and Missouri farms we Mark order and will guarantee a perfect it. For prices l elected and interest free and up. Connect up by us Effort made to fur Nish satisfactory invest ments. Ca i on or address h. M. Masonic Iowa. Real estate brokers and investors City wild Bonds stocks bought and sold Money to loan on farm City property. Inter state land Ana investment co. Masonic ground in Aid. Smith presented a Resolution requesting the City marshal to notify the second Street and North Western railway company to comply with the contract with the Davenport electric Street railway com Pany by putting up so that cars can run. Alii. Heyer presented a Resolution i asking that the mayor oppo iut a com-1 Mittee to present a plan for the re Dis tricking of the wards of the City. The mayor appointed Smith and l. Aid. Kline moved that three men be added to our police Force. The Council then adjourned at suits for clergymen suits for suits for suits for upwards. Rady below third our spec Sale of ver Coats for children the pleasant gentle action and soothing effect of syrup of when in need of a laxative and if the father or Mother be Ostive or bilious the most Gratifying results follow Ita so that it is the Best family remedy known and every family should have a bottle. I of it co p d it show what 600 nil Wool Brady Street 121 Weet second Davenport. Me old re commenced on oct. 30th. Our prices will be 10 per cent. Lower than those of any so called competitor. If not we will refund your Money or allow you the difference and 10 per cent. More. Robt. I i the Pioneer Clothier

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