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TUB ARGUS WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 2, 1901.
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE
Psco Railway Tloketi
eaa be purchased or bags-sgt
ebeesed at City Ticket omce.
it v tm - - . - ,
g beoona avenue, or v., xw
LAP. depot, corner Flftn
kreoue and rainy-Ant street. Freak H. Plum-
T&11.M. BAST. WMT.
Denver Limited A Omaha...
rv Worth. DcnTer 4K.O..
Dmata and Des Moines...-
Omaha A Lincoln Ex
Pea Molnea A Omaha
Denver, Lincoln A Omul.
Des Moines Express..
fit. Ful AM'nneapol!.....
rnver. Ft. Worth & K. C.
tKiriM Clty.St Joe ADnw
tHook Island A Washington
Cfciesso A Des Molnea...
Rock Inlacd ft Brooklyn Ac
fOmaba Rock Island
J-hi-ro, A Davenport..... I
t 1:10 an
t 6:06 as
t (:M an
t H0 an
7 f5 IE
'10 XS pa
t 8:06 tr
t 6:St am
t 9:1 pa
M0: 40 pa
t 6:30 aa
t 1:25 pa
t 8:20 pa
( f :uu pa
f 8:15 pm
f Ijaily except Saturday,
XDally, except Sua
Ail other daily. Te
TttTKUNQTON ROUTE C
B. A Q. RAILWA"V Depot
Second ATenue and Twen
at. j. Touwa,
at, U faDrionoiO. Peoria
Qufncy via tialetburg
and sterling '
Psor.a, bvartuwva. Bur
1'ufton, Denver act
Bl. L.. Kb. City. Denver1
12:40 pm tlt:ll pm
and- Pacioc Coafet Tib 1
Usiesburg 'US pm;
Sterllnr and poll. la Inter-'' I
mediate jt7 pmi
Kai Moline. Suburban tft:15 am.
Bt. L.. Denver and west. .It
Clinton and Dubuque tfl:60 am
I vcnj -t and Clinton. t.'J am1
CI. i ti Dubuque, La I
Ciixc. t Paul, la Inn. I I
A Went and N. W 17:16 pm
8:60 am I
Daily. tDa'Jy except Sunday.
ST. PAUL railway D.,
R. L A N. W. passenger sta
tlon at foot of Sevententb
street. George W. Wood,
arent. The trains for Du
blin ae and nolnts north run
Filing's side of river. Trains for Freepnrt
and Milwaukee will run via Davenport, Clin
toe and Savanna-
All tralna wlii connect at Savanna for point
vmmh mua west.
tmn mt. tnm?i
Dubuque and St. Paul !
Passenger 725 am; 11:10 am
Accommodation..... 10:16 am! 11:15 am
Dubuque and St. Paul j
PaHensrer 4 00 pro 9:15 pm
Milwaukee Hi press 7:00 arc, B:16 pm
Freeport Kxprea. 4:J0 pm' 11:40 am
Ail trains daily except Sunday.
TJOCX ISLAND A PTORI
"Bail way Depot Pint ate
fra Lnd TVfintlh street M
ybffnnifl'v A. Patterson, General Pantea
twrtlM w er Agent. Passenger train
leave C, K. L A P. (Mt
Una avenue) depot ten (10)
minutes earlier than tuna
given. E. L Goff, Agent.
( tun I imri
Peoria. Spiln?rild. St. L..
Indianapolis, Cincinnati..) 8:06 am
J'eorta, SprlncUeld. Indlan-j
inrton. bt. Louis
Peoria Ex press
Peoria, Icdisnapolis, Cin
"able A Sherrard Accom..
Cable fc Sherrard Accom..
6 33 pm
:I S am
Trains marked axe
daily. All others dally
CHAS. E. HODGSON
Fire Insurance Agency,
American In. ""o., - Newark, N. J.
Traders lag. Co., - Chicago, HI
Union Ins. Co. - Philadelphia. Pa
liecklord Ins. Co. - - Kockfcrd, 111
Security Lcs, Co. New Haren, Conn
Ins. Co. SUte of ILL, Bockford, 111
Office, Room 3, Buford block. Rates
as low asi consistent with incur! I v
J. M. Buford,
The old fire and
t aoles Represented-
Losses Promptly Paid.
-Bates as low as any
ean afford. Your
Hill W -WSWJ
'an. 'b -C
I-?, i 21. .X tr
It's Quality that Counts.
In Coal It's quality that makes heat, t S
quality that retains It. It s quality that
makes possible consumption of 90 per
eent of the combustible part of It, leav
ing a light, clean aah: lastly, it squsiity
that lessens your fuel blils you're not
paying for dirt, refuse or unburnables.
The coal we handle both hard and soft
deserves ail the good things we and
our patrons say for It A ton will taik
as loudly as a carload.
E. G. FRAZER.
and Magnetic Healer.
Correct Information on any sub
ject. 230 Gaines street, Daven
port. Iowa, two blocks from
terminus of ltrldge Line. .
.. ' "
The Oldest and Best.
S. S. S. is a combination of roots
and herbs of great curative powers,
and when taken into the circulation
searches out and removes all manner
of poisons from the blood, without
the least shock or harm to the system.
On the contrary, the general health
begins to improve from the first dose,
for S. S. S. is ntt only a blood purifier,
but an excellent tonic, and strength
ens and builds up the constitution
while purging the blood of impuri
ties. S. S. S. cures all diseases of a.
blood poison origin. Cancer, Scrofula,
Rheumatism, Chronic Sores and
Ulcers, Eczema, Psoriasis, Salt
Rheum, Herpes and similar troubles,
and is an infallible cure and the only
antidote for that most horrible disease,
Contagious Blood Poison.
A record of nearly fifty 3-ears of
f ucccssful cures is a record to be proud
of. S. S. S. is mere popular today
than ever. It numlxrrs its friends by
the thousands. Our medical corres
pondence is larger than ever in the
history f the medicine. Many write
to thank us for the great good S. S. S.
has done them, while others are seek
ing advice about their cases. All
letters receive prompt and careful
attention. Our physicians have made
a life-long Ftudyof Blood and Skin Dis
eases, and better understand such cases
than the ordinary practitioner who
makes a specialty of no one disease.
e are doing great
good to suffering
our consulting de
partment, and invite
you to write us if you have any blood
or skin trouble. Ve make no cJiarge
whatever for this service.
1HZ SWIFT SPECIFIC CO- ATLANTA. CA.
Tom A. Marsha1
t.Ofc Distance LiS
CTa AND TDUVHS AT ABOUT
't TCU6RAPM RA res.
A rp,t 1 1L
61 lilersburs, IlL
Bit. Pleasant. Iowa.
w Iloton, IU.
New Windsor, IlL
Korth Upndoraoa, III.
Fort Byron, 13.
Frsirla City, liL
Fracm pi ion, tU.
( able. 111.
Columbus Jc Toaa.
Pea Moinaa, Toita.
Iaven port, lows,
Knox Til l, IU.
Ktick Inland, i
Hwau Craek, III.
VX. Angustui., 11
Tjlor Kirlge, HL
Walnut Ornva, XIL
Yates City, II'.
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ALSO HAMUVAOTUBKS OF
3sh, Doorg, Dlinds and Mouldloes:
Veneered and Hard Wood Floor
leg of All Kinds.
ilagle aad Doable Strength. Window
GIaii, FolisLed Plate. Berolel
Plate and Art Glass.
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TKIYTASTE VERY M
MUCH LIKE IOl -J
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postponement of some of
he ppeclal days lias -rowtl-
niany great eveuts into
tlie month of October. To
ronto day opened the month
with many thousand visitors from Can
ada ou the 3d. Pennsylvania day, on
Oct. 4. with Oovernor William A. Stone,
hi. Man and several regiments of the
national guard, made a splendid show
ing. New York day conies Oft. 0, fol
lowing Itrooklyn day. These two day
will be the ovasion for reunions1 of
people west and east, as New Yorkers
are found all over the Union.
The Citizens' Committee of Brooklyn
Las lieen hard at work for several
months preparing for Oet. S. ami the
programme which has leen arranged
promises a rare treat for those who are
fortunate enough to gain admission to
the Temple of Music during the time
of Its presentation. The special oration I
. . . i i iii . ,i ,i i .... i i. I
ui tur tiit.v in in- uruit'ini . iitr
Jlon. St. Clair McKelway. etlitor of tlie
lSrooklyn Kagle. The Uon. I.udwlg
Nisseu will preside at the gathering. I
and other addresses will he delivered
by Mayor Uiehl of Ituffalo. William C. '
l'.ryant. c-liairman of tlie Hrooklyn Citi-
r-ens Commiitee. and Hon. W. 1. Buch
anan, director general of the Kxposi-
tion. The music incidental to the oecn- 1
sion will be furnished by the I lines
band of New York city. Klalorate fire
works have been planned for the even
lug. On New York day Governor Odeil
will le escorted to the Temple of Music
by sixteen out of town organizations
In addition to the three located in Buf
falo. Over o.OOO men will be in line.
comiKising one of the largest and most
imiiosing parades which has ever taken '
place in times of peace. All branches ;
of service will be represented infantry,
cavalry, artillery, naval and signal.
An elaborate programme has been ar
ranged for tlie Temple of Music and u
reception in the New York Slate build
ing with magnificent fireworks in the
Illinois day, on Oct. 7. Is to be one
of the great days of the Exposition.
While the death of President McKiuley i
made it necessary to pO!tHno the day
from Sept. Governor Yates and the
State commission have determined that
the day shall bo an event of great im
portance at the Exposition. Thousands
of Illinois jM-ople are coming. Tlie
great middle west. Ohio. Iudiana and
Illinois, with Michigan, have sent great
crowds already to the Pan-American,
and there is every iudicatiou that the
attendance from that .eetion will be
greater than ever during the month of
Buffalo will have a great day on Oct.
10. At the Chicago fair Chicago day
was the crowning event of the Exposi
tion. So Buffalo people are laboring
hard to make Buffalo day the climax iii
point of attendance.
Many nearby cities will have special
days in October, notably trie. I'a.. on
Oct. 10 and Ininkiik. N. Y.. oOct. 10.
The list Is coustautly being added to.
National Grange day, Oct. IU, will bring
Patrons of Husbandry from every part
of the nation. Atlantic City people
and New Jersey iwople will visit the
KxiMjsitiou ou Oct. 11, Atlantic City
Alaska day. oil the 2Slh. v.HI bring
uto prominence the products and peo
ple of that great golden land of tlie
midnight sun. Ice, snow and wealth.
Every day from Oct. 1 to the Slst will
le replete with interest, from Carnival
weeV. which okus the month with the
gorgeous no; Us or iviug i;ex auu me
replica of Mardi (iras pageantry, to the
magnificent pyrotethuie display ou tbe
uight of the last day of the month.
No exposition ever held in the United
States so apjealed to the American
public as has the I'a u-American Ex
position in its architectural beauty aud
symmetry, Its gorgeous flowers, now in
the fine beauty of fall bloom; Its gar
deus and fountains and Its special
amusements, music and carnival fea
tures. "No ierson," said Secretary of
Agriculture Wilson during a visit on
Sept. 10, "should miss seeing the Ex
position. It Is magnificent beyond com
pare." Never again will tlie world see
such an Illumination. Not every city
has the wonderful electric plant driven
by Niagara Falls, and without some
such plant it will be impossible to re
produce the solemn grandeur, the glo
rious beauty, the Impressive radianc
of this City of Light.
There are yet a few more weeks lu
which to see this vision with all its
CoBTenllosts at Baffalo.
October will be a great convention
mouth at Buffalo. Tbous.ir.ds of mem
bers of organizations will take this op
portunity of visiting the Exposition at
that time. Begiuuing with the Inter
national Cremation congress from Oct.
1 to 3. the month closes with the Amer
ican Langshan club on Oct. 2C
( atloaal Craige Day.
Thursday. Oct. 10. will be National
Grange day at the Tan-American Ex
position. At a meeting In the city of
Washington held In 1900 the National
Grangers adopted resolutions setting
aside this dy, and a great assemblage
of Patrons of Husbandry and fanner
generally Is expected.
There la at Heawllfal Ilaplar of
Thru mt tlie Han-American Tbe
iardena ul the ll- of I. la lit Are
One f lla Moat Allrarlive Features.
Artistic Scenes Wnicli the I. over of
Beauty Should ut Fail to See.
The ran-Amerlcan Is one of the
greatest flower shows that ever was,
but there are so many other things in
which it 1a great that the raiily and
beauty of its floral features are per
haps apt to be overlooked. If people
would take more time to allow the ar
tistic aud beautiful features of the Ex
position to impress their senses and
Ieruieaie their inmost being instead of
racing from one part of the grounds to
another, trying to see every exliil.it
aud every show on the Midway, they
would go home feeling greater benefit
from their stay in the Kainlmw City.
Tlie Pa u-American is full of gardens
which tempt the visitor to rest awhile
and drink In tlie beauties of nature. It
may seem surprising that in the month
of October there are flowers worth
looking at. but such is the fact. The
rains of tlie past few weeks have kept
the landscape as fresh and beautiful as
in May and June, and as one flower
goes out of the scene another takes Its
place. Ou opening day the hyacinths
filled the air with their dainty fra
grance, in June tulips lifted their proud
heads, later in the month of brides and
sweet girl graduates came roses, with
their rich erfuuie, nr-d as the summer
passed the other fvw.-rs in their sea
son spraug up as If by magic to take
the place of those which had done their
blossoming and served their turn in the
entertainment of the visitors to the
Chy of Eight. And now one sees tlie
tall eaiina. the gay geranium and such
old fashioned i!owers as grandmother's
garden hail tlie phlox, the pink, the
begonia, the petunia and other posies
which are no less beautiful because
they do not happen to be novel.
In entering the grounds by the Elm
wood gate visitors pass two tall and
curious looking trees, which perhaps
few in their anxiety to reach the heart
of the Exposition stop to notice. lf
they realized that they were century
plants just budding, a thing w hich, as
all know, century plants only do oncj
In a long, long time, they would doubt
less stop and look with open mouths
find wondering gaze. It is :t sight
which oue cannot see very often any
where else. One of these century plants
Is nearly forty feet in height.
The Bose Gardens around the Wom
an's building, having for their back
ground tlie outlines of the Spanish
renaissance buildings about the main
court and the Electric Tower looming
up at its north end, with tlie Mirror
Lakes and the Triumphal Bridge ami
the groups of statuary abounding, form
n scene whose artistic aspect must ap
peal to even the least aesthetic visitor.
The cannas are very effective decora
tive plants, with their tall leaves in
green and red and brown. A rich canna
one sees here Is named Governor
Boosevclt. It would seem appropriate
now to change its name to President '
On the opiKJsite side of the Tri
umphal Bridge is the Wooded Island,
and here oue roams amid old fashioned
flowers, growing as though they had
sprung up there all by themselves with
out any assistance from tlie landscape
gardener and his corps cf assistants.
But of course that is not the case. Th
studied carelessness of the gardening
of thit island Is only-oue of the pretty
deceits employed to produce the im
pression that it Is all the work of Moth
er Nature herself.
Have you seen the fairylike effects
in the garden about the Eouutain of
Abundance at night? It is one of the
new tilings. This small garden is very
beautiful by day. ami at night electric
lights of different colors have been hid
den aiiioug the flowers and planks, so
that one sees the surface of the ground
dotted with these little spots of light,
bringing out the beauty of the flowers,
and all forming a scene impossible to
describe, but very charming Indeed to
witness. It Is quite a pretty surprise
even to old Pan-American visitors.
Did you erer notice in crossing the
Court of Lilies, south of the Machinery
building, a heavy vapor arising from
the basin in the center of that court?
Sometimes it has so much tlie appear
ance of smoke that people think some
thing must be afire In the garden, but
It Is only the steam or vapor created
by the heating of the water in that ba
sin for the benefit of the tropical lilies
which grow therein. These lilies, which
are known as the Victoria Begia. have
enormous leave, some of iiieui three
feet in diameter.
Other gardens where there are flow
ers In bloom during this mouth of Oc
tober are those In front of the United
States Government building and the
Horticulture group, where the gay ge
raniums and sweet petunias contrast
their colors with the green flags grow
ing in the basin and with the white
statuary disposed along their slopes.
There was a floral fete at the Exposi
tion during the first week of October;
and this In its way, of course, was an
affair of much beauty and magnifi
cence; but. as a matter of fact, there
have been floral fetes at the Pan Amcr
j lean since opening day.
A Wonderful Cure.
Some charitable women were recent
ly Inspecting the wards of a Baltimore
hospital when they chanced to see a
poor fellow, the expression of whose
face melted their hearts."
"My poor man." said one of the wom
en sympathetically, "you seem to suf
"Sure, mum," he answered. "I have
"Is there anything I could do for
yon?" asked the kiud hearted woman.
"We-1 1." slowly muttered the patient,
"I would like to have my face shaved,
but I haven't the coin."
The women held a hasty consulta
tion, and one of them finally drew a
crisp $2 bill from her purse. Turning
to the patient, she said, "There, take
this, and may you soon get better."
Her wish was evidently gratified, for
the next clay when she called at the
hospital to ycc the good effects of a
shave on i he rheumatic patient she was
told that shortly after phe had left on
the previous day he had shown such
marked improvement that he said he
was able to get up and hurriedly left
the hospital lxfore a bat-ber had been
summoned. It was evident that the S'J
bill had wrought the wonder. Balti
The Discovery of Electricity.
Children rub together bits of amber
picked up from the ground and find
lhat when rubbed these small pieces of
t Waxlike substance are excited to at
tract particles of light substances, like
' straws ami feathers. Could anything
I be more elementary or seemingly fur
ther removed from tlie mighty mechau
Ical devel. mients of the electrical
powers which now surround us? Yet
( that simple frictional play was the
starting point of all we now possess
, electrically. It lay by as a child's
' sport for ages lay by for Sir Isaac
j Newton himself to look at. removed
only to a box with a glass lid contain
ing paper figures, which would move
i when tile glass surface was excited by
friction-. A little later, and the flat
' glass surface became a tube, a globe, a
globe revolving on a frame a machine,
an electrical battery, and so steadily
onward until, each step marked by a
gentle advancement upon advance
ment, lightning and thunder them
selves were tlie inventions of man as
well as of nature.
The Moors and Their Morals.
Ill appearance the Moors are a very
fine race. Eor many generations their
mothers have been chosen for their
beauty. An active life in tlie saddle
has di velopod them physically and a
i splendid appearance is the result. In
addition, they have manners of un
ecjualcd suavity and polish, tlie result
of early years spent in the harem.
They are so habituated to think well
of themselves as followers of the true
prophet that an uueasy conscience
never troubles them.
i A man may be an utter scoundrel,
cruel aud licentious, and yet be regard
ed as a saint if he is descended from
the prophet and conforms to tlie out
ward ceremonial of Islam. His brow
is frank aud unclouded, his smile is
' even benevolent, and yet it would be
Impossible to describe the details of his
life. Such are the Moors an interest
ing tableau vivant of many a chapter
In the book of Judges, or Samuel or
the Kings. Afrkau IJeview.
Coffee Drinking Denounced.
As early as Hid.'! coffee was satirized
In England, ami on every hand the bit
terest invectives were applied to it by
Ihe press and pulpit. In one instance a
preacher hurled anathemas at tho
heads of those who ed as a beverage
"a sirup of soot and essence of old
shoes:-' Probably he had good grounds
for this statement, having sampled
Kune lxiiled coffee. Another divine de
nominated It "a poison which GimI
made black that it might lear the dev
il's color!" The woiueu also took up
the cudgels against It.
I'oldlnsr Linen In Holland.
Folding linen Is an accomplishment i
In which each one of tlie women In
Holland is expected to be proficient
before she becomes mistress of a home.
In Holland especially the folding of
linen requires considerable skill aud
traiulng. Much of their fabric Is of
the finest texture aud quality, and they
fashion the various pieces In Irouing
Into birds, animals, flowers and all
manner of artistic shapes. Their linen
closets are often shown to visitors with
tlie same pride that china closets are
jifffr "Wanted to D at Home.
"Oh. you men. you men! When you
used to call ou me before we were mar
ried, it was all you could do to tear
yourself from me at midnight. Now you
are never so happy as when you are
away from home."
Mr. Grirfln But you seem to forget.
Fannie, that I was away from home in
those courtiug days when it was so
hard to tear myself away. Boston
Miss Windstraw What a wheezy,
pinched little thing that baby of Mrs.
Puffproud's Is. to be sure!
Mrs. Blazer (contemptuously) Yes.
and to hear her talk you'd thing she
had a prvgeny. Leslie's Weekly. .
Expensive Tastes Satisfied.
Nell I didn't think Cholly would ever
make up his mind to get married. He
bad such expensive tastes.
Belie That accounts for It. He says
his wife Is the dearest girl in the world.
"I tell you." said the curbstone
moralist, "this Is a tough world."
"That"? so." the busy man took time
to reply, "and very few of us will get
out of It alive." Philadelphia Tele
of cod-liver oil is the means of
life and enjoyment of life to
thousands: men women and
When appetite fails, it re
stores it. When food is a
burden, it lifts the burden.
When you lose flesh, it
brings the plumpness of health.
When work is hard and
duty is heavy, it makes life
It is the thin edge of the
wedge; the thick end is food.
But what is the use of food,
when you hate it, and can't di
Scott's emulsion of cod
liver oil is the food that makes
you forget your stomach.
Wr'n send you a little to try, if you like.
SCOTT & BOWKE, 409 Pearl street, New York.
Chicago Dental Company
If you are in need of artificial
teeth, procure one of our thin
elastic plates or one of our
bridges, something that will
give jou perfect satisfaction.
All work guaranteed and
lowest prices given. -
Silver Fillings gOc
Gold Platina Alloy 75c
Gold Fillings, fl and up $1,00
Gold Crowns, $4 and up.. .. 4,00
Set of Teeth, $5 and up 500
Office 1607 Second Avenue.
Over Speldel's Drug Store.
Quality and make,
McCoy & Co., N. Y.
S. M. AKSDT & CO..
1705 Second A venae.
o b o" 6 o o 0
You drink some beers that cause bilious headache. Perhaps
you think that all beers do.
The cause of biliousness is the lack of age too much haste
to put the beer on tbe market. To ferment beer thoroughly
requires a process of months. Without it the fermentation takes
place in your stomach. That is the cause of biliousness.
Hurried beer is unhealthful. Schlitz beer is kept for months
in refrigerating rooms with a capacity of 265,000 barrels kept
almost at freezing point until it is well fermented. Schlitz beer is
never marketed until thoroughly aged.
Thone 1014, Carse & Ohlwciler, Cor. 11th St. & 5th Are., Rock Island.
5r Professional Cards.
McCASKRIN & McCASKBLN,
Attorneys a Law.
Rock Island and Milan. Rock Island oBae
,ver KreU & Math's store. Milan office o
. a CONHklXT. A. D. COWHBLLT.
CONNELLY & CONNELLY.
Attorneys at Law.
Money loaned. Office ovar Thomas' drus;
itore. corner of Second avenue and Sevsn
JACKSON A HURST,
Attorneys at Law.
Office in Rock Island Nation al Bank Building.
M. L. t-UDOLPB. BOBXRT. B. HBTPOLDl
LUDOLPH A REYNOLDS,
Attorney at Law.
Money to loan. General legal business. No
tary public 170s Second avenue, Buford
S. D. SWBBMBT. a I- WALKBB
SWEENEY & WALKER,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law.
Office In Bengston'.block.
0. J. SkABLB, a MS R SHALL
SEARLB & MARSHALL,
Money to loan on good real estate security.
Mltcnell & LyrOe bioek. Rock Island, Illinois
McENIRY & McENIRY,
Attorneys at1 Law.
Loan money on good security; make eolleo
ona. Reference, Mitchell ft Lynda, bankers.
Office, Mitchell & Lynde building,
JAMES F. MDRPHY,
Attorney at Law.
Office over Math's confectionary store. 1 7 18
JOHN K. SCOTT,
City attorney of Rock Island. Room 4,
Mitchell ft Lynde building.
DR. R H. GARM.
Pbys'.clan and Surgeon.
Office 161 1 Second avenue. lTione .V.!l
Brown. Residence 816 Twenty-third street.
Hours tf to 11 a. m., 2 to p. m., after 7 p. m
DR. CORA EMERY KKED.
Special attention to diseases of women and
children, also diseases of eye, ear, nose ana
throat. Office hours 9:30 to 13 a. m., 1 to 4 p,
m. 121 Sixteenth street. Rock island.
N. M. MOORE. M. D.
Hours 10:00 to 11:00 a. m., 2:00 to 4:00 and after
7:00 p. m.
DR. S. H. MILLER,
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist.
All diseases of horses and cattle treated on
approved principles. Surgical operations per
formed In a scientific manner. Dogs treated.
AU calls promptly attended to. Office and
nflrmary, Frlck ft Kautz s livery barn.
DR. C. W. GRAFTON,
Rooms over the Boston Shoe Btora.
Office hours from 8 to 14 a. m. and 1 to S p m
J. T. TAYLOR,
Office hours 8:80 to 12 a. a., 140 to t.OO p. m
119 Eighteenth street. Opposite Union offloo
DRACK & KERN3,
Architects and Superintendents.
Skinner Block. Second floor.
HENRY GAETJE, Prop.
Cat Flowers and Designs of all Kinds.
City store, 1807 Second aysnue. Telephone
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