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THE AUGUS, FBI OAT. OCTOBER 4, 1U01.
THE TRAVELERS GUIDE
r'HlOAaO.POOX ISLAND t
Pacific RiUwtr Ticket
eube purehssad or begpei
checked at city Tieies cmce
1H Second avenue, or G.
I. A FN depot, corner Vlfu
avanas and hlrty-firit street. Fraak H. Plum
mast. I tat,
Denver Limited A; Omaha...'
Ft. Worb. Denver 4K.O..
Omaba ttD Dea Moines.....
Oman a & Lincoln Kx
Dea Moines A Oman
Danger, Lincoln A Omaha.
Dea Moines Kxpresa
t Pad A Minneapolis.....
Decker. Ft Worm A K. C.
f.KeaaasClty.St Joe ADnvr
,Koe Island A Washington
Ohleavo A Uea Moines...
Seek island A Brooklyn Ao
mmihtARnek Island.. .
it r:o an:
t 6:0 ma
t 1 60 an
t 8:00 air
112 0b ma
It 215 pa-
tCh'cago. A Davenporv .
arrival, t Departure. tDaily. exeept Sun
f Jelly except Saturday. Ail others aauy. ti
fii - i "O ARLINGTON ROUTE O..
nlMfnTitTttTj B. A Q. RAILWAY Depol
lijAU'ivL'-i Second Avenue and Twen-K-itrv??'
" tieth street.
Quioey . vim Galesburg
Ungton, Denver and i
West I:40 pm
St. L-. Kan. City. Denver1 !
and Pacific Coast via' i
Galesburg :25 P'
Bterllng and points lnter-i
mediate t7:25 pm
East Mollne. Suburban jtoJS ami
St. L., Denver and west., t J
rilrlrai ind Dubumie tMO am,
Pph i and Clinton. "tl:W am
CI . IHibuque, Lai
CrKe. .St Paul. Minn. I
& West and N. W 17:15 pm
Uaity. tDa'Jy except Sunday.
. vkt PADL railway D.
R. L A
N. w. nassengcr sta
foot of Sevententt
George W. Wood,
The trains for Da
hnnn n4 nnintl nnrth run
Tla Illinois side of river. Trains for Frecport
anu Milwaukee wui run via Davenport, cun
All trains wiu connect at Savanna for points
nut - -i .1 wMe
I tlATl, ABUIV B
Dubuquij and St. Paul
Dubuque and Sk Paul
4:00 pm' 9:15 pm
7:00 ami 9:15 pm
4:J0 pm 11:40 am
All trains dally except Sunday.
"ROCK ISLAND A PBOItU
""Railway Depot First are
nue and Twentieth street. M
A. Patterson. General Passen
frer Agent. Passenger train
eave C. R. L A P. IWi
line avenue) depot ten (10)
minutes earlier than tun
given. E. L Goff. Agent.
Leave I aaaivi
I'eoria, bpilngiield. St. L.,
Indianapolia, Cincinnati.. i
I'eoria. Sprir.gtleld, Indian-'
apolis, Cincinnati, Uloom-j
In'ton. Sk. Louis I
g:05 am,100 pm
1:45 pm! 6 H3 pm
I'eoria. Indianapolis, Cin
dole A Sberrard Accom..
Cable A Sherrard Accom..,
9:15 amj 4:f5 pm
Trains marked are dally,
AU others dally
GHAS. E. HODGSON .
Fire Insurance Agsncy,
American Ins. ""o., Newark, N. 0.
Traders Ini. Co.. - Chicago, HI
Union Ins. Co. - Philadelphia, Pa
Iiackford Las. Co. - Kockford, HI
Security Ins, Co. - New Haven, Conn
Int. Co. State of HL, - Bockford, HI
Office, Room 8, Buford block. Rates
aa low aa consistent with seenrlty
J. M. Buford,
The old Fire and
Losses Promptly Paid.
-Bates aa low as an)
ean afford. Youi
patronage is soli o
It's Quality that Counts
In Coal It's quality that makes heat, ts
quality that retains it. It s quality that
makes possible consumption of 90 per
cent of the combustible part of It, leav
ing a light, clean ab: lantly, it s quality
that lessens your fuel bills- you're not
raying for dirt, refuse or un burnable.
The coal we handle both bard and soft
deserves all the good things we and
our patrons say for It A ton will talk
as loudly aa a carload.
E. G. FRAZER.
TeleDbona 11 XX
and Magnetic Healer.
Correct Information on any sub
ject. 3 Gaines street. Daven
port, Iowa, two blocks from
termlnusof Bridge Line. '
Sores and Ulcers never become chronic
unless the blood is in poor condition is
sluggish, weak and unable to throw off
the poisons that accumulate in it. The
system must be relieved of the unhealthy
matter through the sore, and great danger
to life would follow should it heal before
the LIooJ has been made pure and healthy
and all impurities eliminated from the sys
tem. S.S.S. begins the cure by first cleans
ing and invigorating the blood, building
up the general health and removing from
the system A CONSTANT DRAIN
effetemaui UPON THE SYSTEM.
Vhea this has been accomplished the dis
charge gradually ceases, and the sore or
ulcer heals. It is the tendency of these old
indolent sores to grow worse and worse,
and eventually to destroy the bones. Local
applications, while soothing and to some
extent alleviate pain, cannot reach the seat
of the trouble. S. S. S. does, and no matter
how apparently hopeless your condition,
even though your constitution has broken
down, it will bring relief when nothing
else can. It supplies the rich, pure blood
necessary to heal the sore and nourish
the debilitated, diseased body.
Mr. J. Ti. Talbert. Lock Box 24s. Winona. Mias-
says: "Six years o?o my leg tram the kncf to
me 1 001 was one boihi wire, an-cni poywuna
treated me and I made two trips to Hot Spring,
but found no relief. I was induced to try S. S. S.,
and it made acomplete cure. I have been a per
fectly well man ever since."
is the only purely veg
etable blood purifier
known contains no
poisonous minerals to
ruin the digestion and
add to, rather than relieve, your suffer
ings. If your flesh des not heal readily
when scratched, bruised or cut, your blood
is in bad condition, and any ordinary sore
is apt to become chronic. I
Send for our free book and write our
phvsTcians about your case. We make no
charge for this service.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, CA.
Chicago Dental Company
If 70a are in need of artificial
teeth, procure one of our thin
elastic plates or one of oar
bridges, something that will
give you perfect satisfaction.
All work guaranteed and
lowest prices given.
Silver Fillings 50c
Gold Platina Alloy 75c
Gold Fillings, fl and op $1.00
Gold Crowns, fl and op.. .. 4. 00
Set of" Teeth, f 5 and up 5.00
Office 1607 Second Avenue.
Over Speldel's Drue Store.
ax sixtk Sumy.
f si fn 10b ar Cgan U m Cms,
Tom A. Marshall
!tjQW6 DtVTANCF LlWtaV.
CTCS AND TDtrMS ATABOUT
' TCU6RAPH RATCS.'
Marshall town, Iowa.
Mt Pleawint, lows. '
M-w Iloston, IU.
few Windsor, 111.
xorth Henderson, HL
. Arpc, III.
Columbu Jc Iowa.
Cdar bapklH, luwa.
lxr Moins", Iwa.
IteTen port, Iowa.
J armljijrtou, Ul .
Tort Madison, Iowa.
K irk wood. Tit.
Tort Byron, TIL
I'ralrle City, lit.
' Preemption. IU.
luirk If I and. 21.
Bwan Creek, TH. .
Walnut Orova, HL
West Iaberty, Ii
Character and Aims as Seen by
a Personal Friend.
TO BUN HIS OWN ADMINISTRATION
Illaatrallve larldrst. Recalled Krom
tbe I'rrililr.l'a Career Ills Alti
9 tude Toward (he Isthmian (anl,
Itrvra.e Qnratlon and Criticism.
Typical lastaace or Ills Sense of
The statement made the other day by
President Roosevelt to bis friends In
Ituffulo eoiK-eruiug his plaus for the
fouiiug three years cousisted of mere
outlines, as I' lit ted mo iuforiual an ut
t era nee, writes the New York Post'
special AVashintou corresiKiudeut. If
any value attaches to the opinion of a
jHTsuual frieud of several years' stand
ing, who has had exceptional opitortuni
tie.s to study him ou a side which is not
eominouly turned toward the public, It
liquid be pretty safe to Gil In some of
these outlines without waiting for the
The first great question with which
the new president will have to deal will
be that of the isthmian canal. Ills
brief summary of his policy ou this
point is "the building and completion
as soon as is possible of the isthmian
eaual, so as to give direct water com
munication with the coasts of Central
America, South America aud Mexico.'
lu view of his assertion of his "aim to
continue absolutely unbroken the pol
icy of President McKiuley for the
peace, prosperity and honor of the
country," it is assumed in mauy quar
ters that Mr. Roosevelt will make every
effort to further the construction of a
With one modification, this is proba
bly correct. Pur commercial purposes
he has always favored and will titi
tiuue to favor the neutrality of the
coming canal, but his idea is us fixed
fTis ever that, for war purposes, nei
ther our country nor any other or com
bination of others should guarantee the
neutrality of this waterway. He
doubtless realizes as fully as any one
the improbability that any foreign na
tion would attempt to send her war
ships through the canal on a hostile
erraud. and ou the general principle of
not advocating the impracticable or
providing against the inconceivable he
would withhold guarantees which he
expects never to see called into opera
tion. The case presents itself to his
mind like a grant in a general deed of
conveyance of a right of way which iu
all human probability would never be
used. Piffereut persons would look
at such a thin differently. One would
argue that if the right were never to
bo used it would do no harm to grant
It. His neighbor would retort that it
is foolish to cloud a title with an in
cumbrance which is to be of no use to
However, such a discussion is now
academic. The canal treaty which
will be sent to the senate next winter
will contain . the substance of all the
senate amendments to the original
llay-Paunccfote treaty without their
offensive form. This, it is believed,
will satisfy every diplomatic demand
on both sides of the water, and the ca
nal will follow as soon as a decision
can be reached upon the route and the
requisite appropriation can be obtain
ed from congress.
The next point likely to be raised con
cerns revenue reform. Here some clew
to President Roosevelt's future" conduct
may be obtained by noting the course
his education has takeu. He was grad
uated from Harvard at a time wlu-u
practically every man turned out from
that institution was au -ardent free
trader, a'ud he then held to his free
trade doctriue as stauchly as the rest.
Rut what we may call, for lack oi a
t'ore satisfactory term, the "logic of
cvts" made him afterward a protec
tionism though leaving his mind in
hucIi au attitude that free trade ap
peals to It ns the ideal condition to
ward which a logically controlled pro
tective system must tend. Iu general
terms,' perhaps, the difference between
him and the ordinary tariff reformer is
that they are approaching the same
economic end from opposite directions.
It will be recalled that auother New
York Republican, raised suddenly from
the seeoud place iu the government to
the first, devoted a large share of two
successive annual messages to tar re
form, reminding congress, before he
had been in the White House three
months, that "we may well consider
w liether it is not the part of wisdom to
reduce the revenues even If we delay
a little the payment of the debt," and
that "the time has arrived when the
lcople may iustly demand some relief
from their present onerous burdens."
President Roosevelt may be found
agreeiug with President Arthur that
"the present tariff system Is In many
respects uujttst. It makes unequal dis
tribution both of Its burdens and its
benefits' am echoiug bis recommenda
tion of "an enlargement of the free
list so as to Include within it the nu
merous articles wbk-n yield Inconsider
able revenue, a simplification of the
complex nod Inconsistent schedule of
dotles upon certain manufactures
and a substantial reduction of the du
ties upon those articles" aud others.
Ou the subject of reciprocity no one Is
more keenly alive to the advantages of
an Interchange of concejsious with the
countries with which we have com
mercial relations; but. on ' the other
baod, no one appreciates more the diffi
culty of inducing a favorable vote on
reciprocity treaties from a senate of
which each member is looking out fjr
the Industries of bis own state rather
than for those of the country at large.
The Philippines problem cannot be
solved for Mr. Roosevelt by any on
else, nor would It be safe to say that
hs expects by the cud of hi three or
four years In office to brug this to a
deflulte and final solution, a better
statement of his views would doubtless
bo that lu the course of four years the
Pilipinos can be carried a loug distance
forward ou their way toward self gov
erumeut. It Is Inconceivable that a
man of Mr. Roosevelt's moral type
would favor the retention of colonies
merely for the sake of retaining them
if majorities bolh of the colonists and
of the citizens of the parent country
frankly desired a cparntiou. It Is
equally out of the quest lou for any une
who knows the workings of his mind
to supHso him in favor of turning such
a lieople as the Pilipinos loose upon
the sisterhood of nations till they have
leen instructed iu the ways of self gov
erning com mou wealths. He would tell
you that he is never flu oppressor, al
ways a civilizer, but he would hardly
judge a people capable of passing iu
telligently upon the quest iou of their
permanent future form of government
till they had tasled aud tested what he
regards as the ideal form.
What will be our now president's at
titude toward criticism? That will de
peud tipou its motive and its method.
He has never had any quarrel with the
critics who attack. his opinious or his
politics or his mode of putting those
policies in force, provided only that
they tell the truth. about him and ab
stain from imputing to Li in a dishonor
able motive. No one has relished more
keenly than he the satires and cartoons
in which he has figured ever since he
came Into national prominence, but
when writer or artist has assailed his
honesty or tried to throw suspicion
upon his worthiness of purpose all the
warlike impulses within him have
sought expression at the surface. II is
enemy may condemn his projects as
foolish, his logic as juvenile, his ai
pearauce, words and manners as ludi
crous, and he is ready to shake bauds
and break bread with the censor five
minutes later, but the man who hiuts
that he is a hyiKxrite or a rogue liuds
a very ugly and quite uuappea sable an
tagonist iu him from that day forth.
Mr. Roosevelt is a democrat with a
small "d." It will surprise no one to
see him iu a few . :eks walking the
streets of Wnshir .n as freely as
Lincoln and tlrant did. He has al
ways lived his own life and chosen his
own friends in defiance of the carpers.
Some persons have accused him of be
ing theatrical iu his methods. If this
charge 1 true, the tendency is as nat
ural iu him as his sense of humor, and
that Is simply irrepressible. He is
certainly not without a sharp eye for
dramatic effect, but this more often
shows itself iu some isolated act de- 1
signed to convey a Ies.on than iu one
which is merely incidental to his gen
eral course of conduct. A typical in
stance occurred when Dr. Ahlwardt, '
the anti-Semitic agitator from I'.erlin.
visited New York in ls:C. Mr. Roose
velt was then jiolice commissioner, and
not a few of the New York anti
Semites came to him In alarm lest the
Jews should arise and mob the orator
on the night of his first address. The
commissioner's response was to select.
from the whole police force a squad of
Hebrews whose physiognomy bespoke
their race most conspicuously. These
officers he placed in charge of the hall
where Ahlwardt was to appear, with
a reminder that In this country of free
speech they could show their good citi
zenship in no more striking man iter
than by protecting the very man who
had come to hurl contempt and abuse
at their people. The effect of this bit
of comedy, worthy of a Gilbert, was to
make Ahlwardt ridiculous and cause
his whole crusade to fall pitifully flat.
There has been some curiosity among
the oliticiaus to know who is going to
"run"' the uew administration. Some
have been unkind enough in their feel
ing toward Senator Lodge to suggest
that he might attempt the task. Obvi
ously they know neither their proposed
runner nor his "runnee." Three years
from now they will probably wake up
to the fact that the Roosevelt admin
istration has been run throughout by u
man uamed Theodore Roosevelt.
GRAVE FOR POET.
Marble Seat to Be Ilal.ril In Memory
or Daniel O't unnell.
The memory of Daniel O'Counell, one
of the group of poets whose songs have
been so typical of California's cloud
less blue skies. Is to have a fitting me
inorial, says a San Francisco dispatch
to the New Y'ork Evening World. Ou
a lofty hill in the suburb of Sansalito.
where O'Counell had his home tor
many years, a simple marble seat is to
be erected. On the back of the seat
the words of his ioem. "The Chamber
of Sleep." will be carved.
O'Counell was a lineal descendant of
the great Irish liberator, lie served
for some years in the Luglish uavy uvl
In the early sixties came to Sau Fran
cisco aboard a British man-of-war. He
resigned while at San Francisco ami
became a journalist. He was an ideal
Bohemian until his death, a year ago.
Yasoo Delta the Xrgroei' Slecca.
In speaking of Mississippi as show
lug a larger increase of negroes than
whites it would be better to say that
this is true ouly of a part of the state.
Hays the New Orleans Tiiues-Democrat.
The Y"azoo delta has become the great
er Mecca of the negroes, and there
Ihey have flocked not only from the
full counties, but from the neighbor
ing states, Alabama. Georgia aud the
Carol iuas. They have beeu pouring In
for the last dozen or twenty years, ever
since the protection of the delta from
overflow has beeu assured. There have
been several exoduses from the hills to
the bottoms of such great proiorlious
as to alarm the farmers in the hill
country lest they might be left without
sufficient labor for their crops. If this
movement of population keeps on. It
will have a tendency In time to whiten
the rest of Mississippi by concentrating
tie bulk of negroes in the Yazoo delta.
LINCOLN'S KIND HEART.
lu the early
a 4io1 Deed Br
Better For It. "Tat
pioneer days when
w u it iirticiiciui; tut
toruey aud rode the circuit, as was the
custom at that time, he made one of. a
party of horsemen, lawyers like him
self, who were on their way one spring
morning from one court town to an
other. Their course was across the
prairies and through the timber, and
as they passed by a little grove where
the birds were singing merrily they
noticed a little fledgeling which had
fallen from the nest and was flutter
lug by the ron-lside. After thev had
ridden a hurt distance Mr. Lincoln
stopped and. wheeling his horse, said
"wait ror me n moment, l win soon
Join you again." And as the party
baited and watched him they saw Mr
Lincoln return to the place where the
little bird lay helpless ou the ground.
saw him tenderly take it up ami set
It carefully on a branch near the nest.'
When he rejoined his companions, one
of them laughingly said, "Why, Lin
coin, why did yon bother yourself and
delay us for such a trifle as that
The" reply deserves to be remembered.
"My friend," said Lincoln. "I can only.
say this I feel better for it
A Poor Boy's Victory-.
In an examination of candidates for
Annapolis Augelo Fesauo stood the
highest, though pitted against him
were sons of wealthy parents who had
provided private tutors for their boys
Augelo is seventeen, years old and the
oldest of six childreu of Mr. and Mrs
Inceut I-esauo, who live on the top
floor of ll'. Mott street. New York
city. He was graduated from St. Pat
rick's school. New York, iu June, 1!K)(,
and has just completed a year's study)
at La Salle academy. Congressman
Creamer recently decided to hold a
public examination of all who wished
to try for au appointment to the Na
vnl academy from his district. The
result was ns stated. After leaving
La Salle academy Augelo found em
ployment In a plumbing establishment
where he earned a small salary which
went, to help swell the family purse.
never too full. Augelo will now go be
fore the examining board of the acad
emy and, if successful, will be admit
tetl as a naval cadet. American Hoy.
The Mad Sea.
The sra was rry mad indeed;
It to-eJ its uliitecaps so.
And then 'tvr foaming at the mouth, ,
The surest sign, jou know.
"1 womlrr hat it' all about?"'
Said lrar Herat io.
"Prruapi," liU ?isu r dear replied,
"lt stubbed in umii'itoe."
Willard Honte in American Boy.
Bora and Dollrrllirii.
Hovs are thoughtless creatures. It is
delightful to hear them, not too close
at hand, shouting at their play, "turn
lug to mirth all things of earth, as only
boyhood can." It makes older or quiet
er folk girls aud women think that
they would like to bo boys for about
half an hour, just to see how it feel
ouch high spirits must make a boy s
life a very good thing. Hut thought
lessness is not always good. "Evil is
wrought by want of thought as well as
want of heart." Few boys, let us hope,
are really cruel, but many do cruel
things out of sheer thoughtlessness. A
boy's first Impulse ou seeing a butter
fly is to chase and capture it. Why
not stop and think? Why should you
put an end to that blight little winged
life? Why not try to look at things
from the butterfly's point of view?
Pnssr Cats at Sea.
I Every ocean liner carries with her
from sir to ten cats, which are appro
tioned to different parts of the vessel.
Not only is proper food provided for
the cats, but in nearly all the big liners
an employee is especially charged to
feed the pussies belongiug to his part
of the 6hip. For cats as well as for
crew promotion is to be had, and,
though there are some excellent aud
much appreciated oues who devote
themselves cutirely to the pleasure or
duty of the chase in unfashionable
parts of the ship, there are others which
earn social distinction as the pets of the
first, second and third class saloons.
Ou the long voyage ships the first
class saloon cat sometimes becomes
quite a celebrity, and the various stew
ards will often push their feline fa
vorites into uotice.
How It Kept Time. ,
"Your watch Is only a toy, Harry,"
said Uncle Ren; "it doesn't keep time."
"That's where you are wrong. Uncle
Ben. It marked 8 when I got up this
morning, and it's still marking S. Now,
rlf that isn't 'keeping time' what Is it?"
it the ice that goes up in the sum-
mer that makes the snow that comes
'down in , the winter I' Indianapolis
In eonformttv with an act of the g-enerl as
sembly of the ia-e of Illinois entitled an "act
to prevent and punith the unlawful burin?,
el intr, leepicg for ale. usinr. filling or traf
tiokln?. in t ans. tubs. ilrUios, boxes, bottles,
ra-ks, barrels, keg, cartons, talks, fountains,
vessels or containers; to provide for the reg
1st ration of names, brands, designs, trade
murks, devices and oi her irar!:s of ownership
In connection wlib such articles, and to pro
tect me owners tnereor. Approved May ii
1901. in force July 1. 1101
A. D. Huesing'. whose prlncioal office Is la
the city of Kock Island. In the county of Rock
Island and the ate of lilino s doet hereby
ceitify ard declare that be Is the owner of
certain r.otdes. sypbons. boxes and shippinfr
cases wnn nis aes'iro. traue mark, device
and mark of ownership blown in the class of
said bottle, etched on the syphons and ien
ciled on the i-aid boies and sbipni g cases:
that the deMrn. trade mark device and mark
of ownersLip on said bott eft. syphons, ooxes
and shipping cases Is as follows, to-wit:
On the sides of some of tbe bottles and sy
phors is tbe name A. D. HueFing. with tbe
words "Rock Island. IU .' beneath tbe name;
alsoihe letters a. 1). H. arranged in tbe form
of a monogram In toe cenu r of sitma. said
monogram alto on the bottom cf some of said
bott'es: on the sfilts of other bottles and sy
phons is the rame A. D. Huesing. with tbe
words Kock Islatd, 111., arrangtd in tbe form
of a circle.
all sypbons navel ha name, A. D. Huesing
stamped in metal heads.
On tbe sides of other bottles Is tbe name,
Greenfield &. Co . and tbe words. Hutchinson.
Kan., arraneed in the form of a circle.
On the sid- s of other bottl- s Is tbe name
"American Mineral Water company" and tbe
words bt. Louis, ino , ar anged In the foim of
The brands ard designs upon the boxes and
shipping cases are as follows, to-wit:
On the ends of bald boxes and shipping cases
are the letters a. D. II . with the words A. O.
Huesiag, soda and mineral waters. Kock Is
land, lii.. on tbe sides of said boxes and ship
In witness whereof he said A. D Huesing-
has hereunto set bis hand and seal this 14 h
day of September, A. D., 1901.
(Seal) A. D. Htesing.
State of Illinois. I
Rock Island County, f M
A. D. Huesing being first duly sworn, deposes
and s5s that tie fcas read the foregoing affi
davit and snows tbe contents thereof, and
that the same is true, both in substance and
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 11th
day of September, A. D., 1U01.
(Seal) F. I. Coldsmith,
Special Ansrssinent Notice.
Notice is hereby given to all persons inter
ested that Hie city council of tve , itj of Rock
Island, havibi.' ortlred fhat:
Tee alleys runniug east and west in b'oeks 12
and i:t spnrcrr and Case's addition to the
city o' Rock Island. b improved by excavat
ion, curbing at d paving tue same witn lirck.
tbe c romance for the same being on li'e in tbe
ofilee of the rity clerk of said city, and the
said city having applied to 'be county ourt of
Hock Island county, in the state of Illinois, for
an assessment of the ccsts of said improve
ment according to the fron aire of the prop
erly contigu us to tb)ineof improvement and
an assessment thereof having been made acd
returned to siid court, (docket number ) tbe
Unal bearirg theieon will be had on the H to
day of October. A. I. iWl. or as soon there
after as tbe hus'.ress of the court will pent It.
A 11 rersocs desiriri; may ti'e objections in said
court before said d ty.'and may appear to u.e
hearing and malie their defense.
Tbe assessment Is payable in five (5) install
ments. All installments except the first shall bear
interest at tt e rate of rive ("o per cent per
annum f'om and after date of confirmation
Dated at Rock Island. Illinois, this 2?th day
of September, A. I. 1101.
W .1. RASSON'.
Commissioner appointed to make the assess
ment. John K. Scott, City Attorney.
GO ON SALE ABOUT
Oct. 15, 1901.
In makiog jour arrange
ments to go to
Call on or write (it only
costs 2 cents)
Geo. B. Allen. A. G. P. A., Southern
Railway. St. Louis. Mo., or
J. C. Beam. N. W. P. A., 225 Dear
born street, Chicago, 111.
And they will furnish you rates,
send literature and give any informa-
10 n desired.
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Builders : : :
ALSO MAKTJf AOTUKIS Of
Bash, Doors, Blinds and Mouldings:
veneered ana llara wood floor
ing of All Kinds.
Single and Double . Strength Wlndo
Glass, Polished Plate, Beveled
. ; Plata kid Art Glasi .
811-329 EIGUTEESiTji STREET .
McCASKRLN & McCASKSLN,
ttornevs at Law.
Rook Island and Milan. Rock Island offloa
over Krell A Math's store. Milan offlos o
b. O. CONNSLXT. B. D. COH9BXXT.
CONNELLY & CONNELLY,
Attorneys at Law.
Money loaned. Office over Thomas' druf
tore, corner of Second avenue and Beven
JACKSON & HURST.
Attorneys at Law.
Office In Rock Island National Ban Buildinr.
. L. LUDOLPH. ROrSBT. B. BBTKOLDe
LUDOLPH & REYNOLDS,
Attorneys at Law.
Money to loan. General legal business. No
tary public. 1705 Second avenue, Buford
S. D. SWBKKBT. , C. I WlLUl
SWEENEY & WALKER,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law.
Office In Bengstonbloek.
C. J. SmaBLl, a . MAaSBUU.I
SEARLE A MARSHALL,
Money to loan on good real estate seeutity.
Mitchell & LyrOe block. Rock Island, Illinois
McENIRY & McENIRY,
Attorneys at1 Law.
Loan money on good security; make eollee
ilons. Reference, Mitchell A Lynde, bankers.
Office, Mitchell & Lynde building,
JAMES F. MURPHY,
Attorney at Law.
omi-o over Math's confectionary store. IMS
JOHN K. SCOTT,
City attorney of Rook Island. Room 4,
tlltcheU & Lynde building.
DR. CORA EMERY REED.
Special attention to diseases of women ar.d
Jh'.idren, also diseases of eye, esr, nose and
throat. Office hours 9:30 to 12 a. m-, 1 to 4 p,
n. 321 Sixteenth street. Rock Island.
N. M. MOORE. M. D.
Hours 10:00 to 11:00 a. m., 2:00 to 4:00 and after
DR. S. H. MILLER,
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist.
All diseases of horses and cattle treated on
tpproved principles. Surgical operations per
formed in a scientific manner. Dogs treated.
All calls promptly attended to. Office aid
nfirmary, Frick & Kautz's livery barn.
DR. C. W. GRAFTON,
Rooms over tbe Boston Shoe 8 tors,
jfflce hours from 8 to 12 a. m. and 1 to p m
J. T. TAYLOR.
Offlee hours 8:30 to IS a. m., 1:10 to 5 00 p. m
;lBvt Eighteenth street. Opposite rjnlon ora r
DSACK & KERNS.
Architects and Superintendents.
Skinner Block. Second floor.
HENRY GAETJE, Prop.
Cat Flowers end Designs of all Kinds
City store, 1807 second avenue. Telephone
8 awed building stone.
Ashlar and Trimmings
For cheapness, durability and
beauty excelled by none. This
tone does not wash or color the
wall with alkali, etc. Plans sent
as for estimates will receive
earefnl attention and be returned
promptly afc our expense.
Quarries 12 miles from Bock
Island on the C. B. A Q. R. R.
Trains Nos. 5 and 10 will stop
and let visitors off and on.
Bridge stone, corn crib
blocks and foundation
stone, any size dtsired.
Samples of . Stone and Photos of
buildings can be seen at Boom
No. 13,. Mitchell A Lynda's build
ARTHUR BUBBALL, Mtaajar
Bosi Aland or Colona. HI. '