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THE AUG US, TUESDAY, 3IAY 15. 1900.
McCASKRIN dt MoCASKZCIN.
Attorneys at Lw.
island ana MBaa. loel Mh Offlee
trrer KreU MU'l nor. MU oAee OB
Ma a street.
m c oowsslxt. P. OOWaOiT
Attorneys at Law.
!!! IamaA OflM Orer
nn.r o( BmoU aveaae
Attorney! t L4W.
obm la Roe Mead Natloeal Bank BuOsV-
it. l i.rnotfH. aoiT. E. lirioua
LUDOLPH & REYNOLDS.
Mont; to loan. General legal business No
tary pubuo. lTua aaeona Mraui
a. o. iwuitr. a u wuin.
SWEENEY & WALXEK.
A Itornsys aad ConneeUors at Law.
omoe in Bengvton Block.
SEARLE A MARSHALL,
Attorney at Law.
Trenaaet a general legal business.
MoENIBY A McENlRY.
Attorney at Law.
Ias money on good security; Brake eoilee
IrHta. Reference. Mitchell Lynda, beakers
Pmee, MltebeU A Lynde building.
JOHN K. SCOTT,
City attorney of Roc Island. Boom 4.
ailtchnll A Lynde building.
F. H. FIRST,, M. D.
Physician and Sorgeoo.
rne on IKT. Offlee. tt Twentieth
street, nmee hours: 10 to 11 a. m. ; t to end
linop m. Sunday, 8:80 to 9: a. m.; 140 to
DR. CORA EMERY REED,
Homosoptthle Physio! so.
venial attention to diseases of women and
eh'ldren, also diseases of eye. ear, noae and
throat, omen bourn 9:80 to It a. in., I to 4 .
m. CI Sixteenth street. Rook Island.
J. a. lUltBltt, M. o . . .
MM. R1DA H. ICIIUIT. H. D.
DBS. BURKHART A BURKHART,
omoe Tremann block. Offlee hour. 8 toll
a. m., I to t and 7 to 9 p. m. Kb one No. tut
Fck Island, 111. Nlgbt calls answered from
C. T. FOSTER, M D.
Pnyaleian and Bargeoa.
omee between Third and Fourth aTenuea oe
Twentieth atreet. OlDee hour.: 9 to 11a.m.,
f to p m. and T to 9 p. m Nlgbt ealla from
offlee lbone 4 OH.
DR. S. U. MILLER
Veterinary Surgeoa and Dentin,
All dlaeaaes of horaea and eattle treated on
approved principle. Surgical operation, per
formed In a aclenilfle manner. Dogi treated.
All ealla promptly attended to. Residence,
IKt Fifth avenue. Telephone 4401. Offlee
and Infirmary, 1IV17 Fourth avenue
(Maaeker'a .table), oppoalte No. 1 Are bouae.
DR. II. EMMET STEEN,
Ppeniali.t and eipert fn tbe treatment oi
nervoua. private and all chronic dlseaaee of
nneo and women.
Hour.: 10 to It. I O 4, 6 to 8. Bundaya 10 to It
Harrison and Seoond streets, oppoalte aew
DR. M. A. HOLLINGSWORTH,
lMn. Harper House Pharmacy. Nlgbt calls
PROF. A. L. THOMPSON.
Hours to ii: I S' to 6 and 7:30 to 9:30. 117
Fount avenue, between Nineteenth and
DR. C. W. GRAFTON.
Unmu 11 and 14. Mltehell A Lynde eiUdlng.
Pmee tour, from 8 to 11 a. m. and I to 6 p. cr .
J. T. TAYLOR
owe bura to 13 a. m . 1 5m to .voo p. m
rip4 sightecmh street. Opioite fnton office
DKACK A KERNS.
Arebiteeta and Superintend ante
Minnar Kloek. fteeood Boor.
HENRY GAETJE. Irop.
Oat Flo were and Designs of all sDaaa.
Notice of l lul Settlement.
Fltate of James Edptnston. deceased.
Public notice i hereby riven that the un
dersik-nrO. Jobn J. Uuntlev. has thwdaynied
Ms rn.l reptrt and settlement a tueb la tbe
oant r court of KiKk Inland county, and that
an order has been entered bv said eourt approv.
lng tbe Mid report. uUei objections thereto
rw riux to the contrary be bwn on or he
fore the xM d.T of ar. A. IV iftu. and
upon the final approval of fcaid report tbe said
Jobn J H nolle., will ak to be discharged
All pers.ns Interested are notined to attend.
Bock Ul-nd I1L. May 11. 1SM.
Joas J. Hrnn.KT. Administrator,
uaia Pia-vaxTx Attoraey.
Is Frequently Caused by tbe Worry
Attendant On Dyspepsia.
If you would win in the Battle of Life
you mu6t have a clear brain, keen
senses, perfect vijjor, shrewdness, en
ersy and ambition.
Dyspepsia kills these needful quali
ties. You can't succeed if you are con
stantly tortured by dyspepsia or indi
gestion, liut you can pet rid of dys
pepsia, indig-eation, biliousness, sour
stomach, or any other ailment of stom
ach or digestive organs by simply
taking one or two of Dodd's Dyspepsia
Tablets atter each meal.
With a perfect digestion go a strong,
healthy body, a clear, capable brain,
vicror, ambition, determination, ener-
try, activity, keen, alert senses. Dodd's
Dyspepsia Tablets ensure all these.
Dodd's Dyspepsia Tablets have nev
er failed to cure any or all of the dis
eases named when they have been
fairly tried. They cannot fail.
Dr. R. B. Strong, New York City,
writing in the American Journal of
Health, describes Dodd's Dyspepsia
Tablets as a remedy which could not
possibly be more efficacious though it
emanated from a council of the leading;
physicians of the world.
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
tHHICAGO. ROCK ISLAND ft
Hacitlo Railway Tickets
ean be purchased or baggage
checked atRLa P. Twentieth
street depot, or C, R. L A P.
depot. corner Fifth avenue and
Thlrty-Urst street. Frank U Plummer, agent
Denver Limited A Omaha... It 1:10 anil 3:00 am
Ft. Worth. Denver AK.C..t 5:06 am 10:38 pm
Minneapolis t :f0 am! 9 KM pm
Omaha and Des Moines t 8:00 am t1l:io pm
tpmahaA Minneapolis tl2: ami 3:10 am
Omaha A Lincoln Kz 7:V am 1411:10 pm
t Denver. IJncoln A Cmaba.ill:A6 pm t 6:36 am
Benver. Lincoln A Omaha.. I am t 3:05 am
Dea Moines Fjpresa !j12:l m 6:S2 am
Hoc It Island A Bureau Ac.'f 4:30 pro! 6:30 prn
St. Paul A Minneapolis 3:U5 am t 9:i pm
uenrer, Kt. worth A K ft:oo am itrto pm
tKansa.iC)ty.StJoeftDnvT'll:10 pm :30 am
tKock Island A. Washington ! I :1 pm t 3:60 cm
Chicago A Des Moines. ..It -:!" pmjt 3:45 pm
ftock Lsland A Brooklyn Ac: R:3S po t 7:40 am
tOmaba & Kock Island ! 8:35 pm
t Chicago. A Davenport. I it 7.00 pm
JDally. except Sun
AU other, dally. Tel-
(Dally except Saturday,
TfOCK ISLAND ft PBORIA
ARallway Depot First ave
nue and Twentieth street. M.
A. Patterson, General Passen
ger Afent. Passenger trains
leave C. R. I. A P. (Mo
llne avenue depqt Ave (5)
minutes earlier than time
opr Klleld, Clnclonatl. Peo-j
rla. etc ! w::u pm
Peoria, Sprlngfleld, St. L.;
is. eta I : am1 im pm
St. Luui.4 Exprttm K.l.i proi
Peoria, bpringueia, Cincin
nati i:4.t pm ii:i am
Peoria Accom Freight 1 7 o. pm l:x-S am
Cable Accommodation S:u0 am,
Cable A Sherrard Accom. . 4:S0 pm
Cable A Sherrard Accom.. 8:40 am' 2:20 pm
Cable A Sherrard Aycom. . I 3:30 pm 7:5ft am
Trains marked datlv a11 other trains dally
except Sunday. The 8:ta p. m. tra'n carries
through sleeper to St. Louis, arriving there
. a. m.
T) A V EN PORT. ROCK ISL
and A North western rail
way. Passenger station. K.
LAP. depot. Twentieth
street. L. F. Berry, cs. P. A ,
Davenport, la ;ieo. W.Wood.
City Ticket Anent. "Tri
Clty Route." Snort line be
tween Trl-Cliles. Chicago,
points via the C. A N. W.
Clinton and all
TRAlaS. LkA V K. ABK1 VC
Clinton Mail and Hi press 7:45 am. 7:20 pm
Chicago Night Kx 7:4-S pra. am
Chicago Daylight Special 3:0i pm 3:2S pm
CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE ft
ST. PA CL railway Ra
cine A Southwestern Division
Depot Twentlerh street,
between First and Second
avenues. W. W. Breckin
I.BAVR. I ARHIVB.
nun ..Li.j cjcia..
. 1 , T -
7 30 ami !:; pm
8:U-S pm H:40 am
km 10:30 am
Freight and accom.
tn. u v .nam- eicent Sunday. Train
leavirg at :-S p m carries tbrousb sleeper,
arriving at St. Paul 7:45 a. m and Minneapolis
at f :M a. m.
TJlTRLINaTON ROUTE C,
H. A Q. RAILWAY Depot
First avenue and Sixteenth
H. J. YOCNO.
TRAIWS. l.KAVa ABR1V.
St. L. Springfield. Peoria.
Bur. Quln via Monmouth 6:55 am 7:15 pm
Chicago. Sterling. Clinton A
Dubuque t 7:45 am t 8:40 pm
Peoria, Heard town. Bur 1
llngton. Denver and west t S:40 pmiM1:58 am
St. Paul ft Minneapolis 7:60 pm 8:15 am
Sterllnr. Clinton A Dubuque) 7:50 pmpt 8:40 am
St. L., Kans C. Denver A I
Pae. coast via Galesburc 7:15 pml 6-A5 am
Dally . tDally except Sund ay.
Model Train Service on a Mod
Home Seekers' Excursions
April 17, May I and 15 and
June 5 and 19.
liet and quickest route with
through car servicp, north,
south, west and northwest
Tourists' and reduced rule
tickets to principal points
and summer resorts.
and Pacific Coast, I
Florida and the South. j
Chair car and sleeper to St.
Lcai, St. ral and Minne
apolis without change. Per
sonally conducted excur
sions, through sleeping and
tourist car accommodations
reserved without charge.
Ticket offlee open day and nlgbt. Depot
at foot of Sixteenth street. For maps and
full Information apply to
H. D. Mack, D. P. A.
M. J. Yocxg, Agent.
Phone 1131 and 1180.
THE LEADING ARTICLE.
Advent wad. DtvcUpatcat of the Edl-
terlal lai Newspapers.
"I know what Tenders are, for I have
written them," said BenJcaln Disraeli
in tbe course of a speech In tbe bouse
of commons, and. tbougb all of us may
not have written "leaders" for The
Morning Post and other newspapers,
like Disraeli, we all at least know tbe
meaning: of tbe term "leaders."
For more than 100 years after the
publication of tbe nrst daily newspa
per The Daily Courant, which consist
ed of a small sheet printed on one side
only and made Its appearance in Lon
don In March. 1702, tbe 'Mailies" con
fined themselves to what is perhaps
tbe rroper business of a newspaper,
tbe publication -of tbe largest possible
amount of news, and made no attempt
whatever to mold or direct public opin
At tbe opening of the nineteenth cen
tury "the leading article" first appear
ed in the morning papers It was orig
inally called the pleaded article," be
cause of the "leads" or spaces intro
duced between the lines to spread out
the article and give It an Imposing ap
pearance in order that it might at once
attract tbe eye of even tbe most casual
reader. After a time it was called
"leading article" or "leader" or "edi
torial." names by which it is now uni
versally known in newspaper offices.
At the beginning "leaders" were pub
lished only tentatively. Their publica
tion was irregular. In form they were
brief we should call them "editorial
paragraphs" now and they were prin
clpally used to direct special attention
to some important event recorded in the
news columns. But 73 years ago they
became a settled and regular feature
of the daily newspaper and a potent
agency for promoting opinions, politi
cal, religious and social. Corubill Mag
The Captain' Distinction.
On one of "Old Hoss" Iloey's trips
across tbe Atlantic the steamer, mov
ing slowly along in a dense fog at
about 3 o'clock in the niorniiis. struck
on the rocks off Fastnet, tbe light not
being visible. Fortunately, nothing
more than a scare for the. passengers
resulted. Everybody was soon on deck
except Hoey, who had been having a
hilarious time the night before and had
slept all through tbe trouble. One of
his friends sent a steward for him, and
at last he appeared, etill a trifle befog
ged. When tho facts were explained
to him, he joined fervidly In an im
promptu praise service which tlc pas
sengers were holding.
Finally there came a lull in tbe pro
ceedings, and "Old Hoss" took ad van
tage of it to propose three cheers and
a tiger for the captain. This proposi
tiou caused much astonishment, and
some one ventured to ask on what
grounds he based the proposed honor
to the captain.
Drawing himself up to his full height.
Old Hoss" replied impressively, "On
the ground that he is the only man
sailing tbe Atlantic ocean who could
have hit that infernal rock without a
light!" San Francisco Argonaut.
At a woman's euchre party the other
day one of the fair players stopped the
game with this query: "What do they
call a little black cat in England?"
number of the members had been
in England, but they ail had to give It
The riddle maker smiled sweetly as
she trumped her partner's ace in true
"Can't guess? Why. 'kitty, kitty'
Just tbe same as anywhere else." New
York Mail and Express.
A wonderful reserve fund for the hu
man appetite is to be found in the veg
etable diet of the Klamath Indians. A
novel variety of food, forming a menu
unknown to the civilized. Is offered in
the pulp of the great yellow water lily,
which Is converted iuto a farinaceous
food: in the weed known as gooscfoot.
which bears a black seed that is ground
up for loaves and cakes, and in the ar
rowhead, which In the fall, develops a
starchy white tuber at the end of the
3fot a Bribe.
"You say," pursued the chairman of
the legislative Investigating commit
tee, "that he resorted to no bribery
whatever during tbe campaign, so far
as you know?"
"Yes. sir," replied the witness; "that
Is what I said."
"Did he not circulate several boxes
of cigars V
"Yes. sir, but them cigars wasn't
bribes. Here's one of 'em. You can
try It." Chicago Tribune. j
Their Little tVeakw eases.
"Nations and women are a good deal
"In what way?"
"Well, when one woman gets a new
hat ber neighbor wants to go right
away and got a better one. and when
one nation builds a new warship all
the others start right out to get bigger
ones." Chicago Times-Herald.
Mr. Tenn Sir William Thompson
says that the end of the world will not
be brought about by fire, but by frost,
and that the finality will come In 10,
Mr. ritt If there is any comfort in
hat, it Is cold comfort. rittsburg
Ch ron Icle-Tclegra ph.
In a map of China recently published
by tbe China Inland mission it is point
ed out that it is wrong to speak of the
"Yang-tse Klang river."- as kiang
Some husbands suggest nothing so
much as that more or less backbone
raise away with the rib that woman
was made of. Detroit JournaL
THE BOOK COLLECTOR.
Be Made at Swap Which Satiated the
"It's astonishing how book collecting
will blunt a man's conception of the
rights of meum et tuum." said the pro
prietor of a delightful old secondhand
store on the south 6ide of the town. "I
wouldn't trust a confirmed collector as
far as I could throw Jackson square by
the monument. They all consider them
selves licensed privateers, and when
one of them wants any particular vol
ume and can't buy it the chances are
It will mysteriously disappear the first
time he ravs vou a visit- I am on to
most of the tricks of the fraternity.
however, and it takes a pretty smooth
Individual to secure any plunder In this
"Only recently I circumvented an old
gentleman in a manner that is apt to
adhere to his memory for some time.
He is a passionate admirer of Dickens
and bus a fine collection of early edi
tions and books In general relating to
the great novelist. One of his sets, a
very handsome print with the original
Cruikshank plates, is short one volume,
the eighth. I have a copy of the same
edition, and he has tried repeatedly to
get me to break It so as to complete his
own. but I have of course refused.
"Then I noticed that he began to
drop In of afternoons with a book un
der his arm. looking up and down tbe
shelves. The volume he carried bore a
close external resemblance to the copy
of Dickens he wonted, and I suspected
at once that I would some day find
them exchanged. Consequently I lock
ed up the coveted volume 8 and substl
tuted a worthless treatise on mathe
matics bound in the same manner. My
visitor knew the exact location of the
book on the shelf, and the other day I
purposely gave him an opportunity to
make the shift. It was done in a twin
kling, and presently he strolled out
haven't seen him since. The book he
left was a very pretty copy of Keats.
I am well satisfied with the swap."
New Orleans Times-Democrat,
"Under certain conditions, which are
very rare and remarkable," said an old
Jeweler, "a diamond may be shattered
to atoms by a smart, sudden blow. Tbe
atone seems to disintegrate and fly
apart, as nearly as I can express It,
and when the KImberley gems flist
came into tha market the Brazilian
brokers claimed that they were espe
cially subject to that kind of accident.
For the time le!ng the story had Its
eftVet on trade, but it was proved to be
untrue, and the incident is now forgot
ten. In the course of an experience of
nearly 40 years I have known of only
two cases of diamonds being broken.
"One occurred many years ago, when
1 was working In a shop In the old
Reld House in Chattanooga. A lady
customer dropped a cluster brooch
from the counter to the tiled floor, a
distance of about 3!j feet. It struck
squarely on the center stone, wblch
was broken Into a number of small, ir
regular fragments. The diamond had
weighed about two carats.
"The other instance took place here
In New Orleans about six years ago.
A St. Louis traveling man named
Crawford had a solitaire weighing l'i
carats set In a ling. He was standing
in the store and while conversing about
something made a sudden gesture and
struck the stone against a metal fix
ture. It was split Into small. Jagged
splinters, a number of which we found
on top of the showcase. The drummer
himself was the most astonished man
I ever saw. He had supposed dia
monds were Indestructible simply be
cause they were hard." New Orleans
Alex Snrprlaed Them.
Alexander MacArthur, author of a
successful study of life in the Latin
quarter of Paris, which brought to the
writer both popularity and profit, is
also the pupil and biographer of Ru
binstein. The author lived for two
years in St. Petersburg, corresponding
for the London press and taking part
In some thrilling adventures, but tho
most singular of the writer's experi
ences happened in Chicago after the
novel had been brought out by a pub
lisher of that city. The book had been
so successful that the publisher decid
ed to give the author a dinner, to which
a dozen of tbe leading men of letters
In the lake city were invited. The
guests had assembled when the author
Through the blue haze of smoke
there appeared a handsome young wo
man attired in evening dress.
"We are expecting Mr. MacArthur,"
said the host. "Mr. Alexander Mac
Arthur, the novelist."
"So I understand," returned the un
expected guest. "I am Alexander Mac
Arthur." "You?" gasped the publisher.
"Yes. Didn't you know? I am Lil
lian MacArthur, at your service. I
have been writing over the name of
Alexander ever since I left my homo
It was only the work of a minute to
rearrange matters, and the dinner was
great success. Saturday Evening
Ills Hint For at Raise.
'There Is In the employ of our house."
said the hardware drummer, "a young
man who is assistant bookkeeper. He's
a steady chap, minds bis own business
and Is as shrewd as they make them.
The other day the senior partner of the
firm, who seldom comes around, made
tour of inspection, and as he ap
proached the assistant bookkeeper he
noticed tbe solemn expression on his
face. Desiring to be genial, be said;
"How are you. young man? I see
you are at your work. That Is good.
Close attention to business will always
bring Its own reward. Tell me. what
are you earning now per week?
"The young man, without a moment's
hesitation, answered. Twenty dollars,
sir, but I only get half of that Fhil
Special Business Mention
The following firms are recommended to readers of The Ar
gus as prepared to serve patrons to the best possible
advantage, and worthy of business confidence:
Ask your Gro
cer for it and get
a Cook Book free.
Suits made to
Gleaning and re-
S airing promptly
one at lowest
S. A. MAGER
Seoond eve. and
Twenty- third St.
BM audt ky a trut.
Black Joe Cream
It la la. tnuilHlrf sU
L. E. West, Gum Co.
PH Aft MAOIST.
AOADEMY OF THE
Conducted by the
sitters of tbe visi
tation, 29X9 Fifth
avenue. Kock Is
land. The Acad
the new academy
will be opened
Monday, Sept. IS.
MUSlO. ART. EL
and the languages.
Oil Seventeenth 81.
Rock Island, 111,
I, A. LKITHMR,
Street, Rook Is
E. F. Strcehlo
Chicago papers de
livered and orders
taken for all peri
odicals 1621 Third avanna.
Hull & Co.
AND ALL KINDS
Hides, wool ATal
low. Highest price
paid whether la
small or large
or ear load lota.
ave. 'Phone 4093,
Rook Island, Ul
Notice Is herebv given that a Kpecial meet
ing of the stockholders of the Roek Island It
eastern Illinois Kauwav company naa oven
called by the directors of said company, to be
held at. the office of the company in tbe Rook
ery bulidinir. in Chicago. Ill , on the 2d day of
July, IWm, at the hour of II o'clock In tbe fore
noon: ana mat at sucn meeting mere wm no
submitted to a vote of the stockholders the
following several propositions, viz.:
1. To chance tbe name of aaia corporation
to the -Davenport. KocK Island A Northwest
ern Hallway company."
2. To increase tbe capital stock of sai4 cor
poration tmm one hundred thousand dollars to
toe sum of lour mi lion collars
3. To authorize the ofacers ana directors to
lumie and dispose of bonds of a Id company,
to tbe amount of four million dollars, payable
In void. Bfty yeiirs after date, bearing three
and one-half l.fr, per cent Interest, payable
semi-annually: and also to execute a trust
oeea or mortgage, tnerroy conveying ine cor
porate property. rihts and franchises, now
owned and poefsed. or hereafter acquired,
by xaid company, to secure tbe payment of
Kaia (Kinds: and also to authorise additional
bondstobe Iwied thereafter for corporate
purposes, to be likewi.e secured by said mort
gage or trust deed.
4. To authorize salderacers ana directors to
purchase in fee simple tbe railroad property,
corporate lights, powers, priviletre and fran
chises (except the franchue to be a corpora
tion) of the Davenport. Rock Island A North-
western ttauway company, ana oi toe usven-
port. Clinton A Eastern Railway company, re
spectively (both of said last named companies
being Iowa corporations): or. 10 caeoiine
union of tbe railways of said two eoruoakes
in the meantime by purchase, sale, consolida
tion or otherwise, to purchase the railway
property, corporate rights, privileges and
f ranchiaes (except tbe franchise to be a cor
poration) of tbe corporation owning said
Dated April 10, 1 aoo.
Jr. a-w Law near.
J' HH W. (,TIX,
CHiVLEs G- UiTcn.
Jl, C. HUTCBl.
CHsatfcs rj. Jtb, Secretary.
Miss Chicago Money talks, job
Miss Boston A mlgar apothegm.
Culture make no concession to the lo-
qnaclty of lucre. Boston Courier.
if Haaa J
I k o 1
L- iv 1
are prepared to
do bending, punch
ing and cutting.
Also beary or
Drop forging a
110 Nineteenth St
24lh St. and
Srd Ave. Rock
THOMAS YAN TUYL,
and all general light
113-115 West Seventeenth street.
for Furaaee Una.
at moderate pri
L. A. Book
H. S. RACBMAK
in town to
1006 Seoond avenue.
Rock Island, IU.
Seoond - Street,
IF POISONOUS DRUGS HA VK FAILED
TO CUBE TOO, TRY NATURE'S
PROF. W. A. JACOBS, tho great
Magnetic Healer will cure you
of any disease In a short time with
out the use of drugs.
Office: Flat No. 1 Industrial
Home building, Rock Island.
Offlee hours 10 to 12 a. m., t. to 5 p. m..
Tbe nest session
Ttb, 10. Philo
For terms snd full
tr REV. J. T. A.
FLAN MAG AN,
ton, Fourth Ave.
J. F. Robinson, President I S. McCabb Vice President. H. F. Castsbl, Cash'er
Gentral Trust and Savings Bank,
Rock Island, III.
Incorporated Under State Law.
Capital 8tock, $100,000. Four Per Cent Interest
Paid on Deposits.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
Peter Fries, t S. McCabe, K. D. Sweeney,
C. J. Larkln, 4- F. Robinson, Ilenry W. Tremens,
James J. La Velle, H. E. CaeteeL H. D. Mack,
Sweeney t Walker, Solicitors.
MONKT LOANBD ON PERSONAL, COLLATERAL OR REAL ESTATE BKCCRITT.
Open dailj 9 a. jm. to 3 p. n Saturdays 7 to 8 p.m.
Office in Rock Island National Bank Building.
XXoak Ztland. HI.
Incorporated Under tho
Monet Loaned On Pebaonal Collateral Or Real Estate SaccBiTf.
J. M. nuford. President.
Jobn Crubangh. Vloe Preat&efit,
P. Greesawalt, Cashier.
Began bnainesa July Z. 1MO, and occupied
g. corner of Mitchell
W. T. IdAgilL
Office In Masonic
6A to 12.10 a. ro.
10 to 4:30 p. m.
Rook Islaad, UL
In publlo sohoola
Private studio in Y.
C. A. building,
t'fnce hours, t to 8
and 7 to 9 p. m. and
ail day Saturdays.
If you intend do
ing any building oall
Shop and resldenea
at No. 1234 Thirty
eighth street, Rock
F. J. Steele, Pro.
1709 Second av.,
Your entire ward
robe cleaned and
pressed for VI jnor
month. Work called
for and delivered.
O. I). DOKAN,
CROWN A BRUMS
work a specialty
tSO Bridge Avenue,
2100 Fifth ave.
tieth St and
We give the
for tie least
I,. D Mudge,
Louis A. Schmidt
Four Per Cent Paid on
H. 8. Cable,
H. P. Hull.
E. W. Hurst,
J. M. Buford
SoUdltoTS Jacksoa and Bom.
All kinds of job
bing done neatly
and at reas-nab e
screens, a spec
ialty. Shop and
residence. 1 5 1 1
Reek Island, III.