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THE AliGUS, MOOT) AT, JA1SUAKY 16,1553
--HICAGO, aOCR ISLAND PACmC KIL
way De-pot nrwi -lf th and Tl nrty
ftret street, Frank H. Plammer, aeenl.
Oonneit Bluffs & Slinneso-1
It Dar Kiprai
Kansas City Da; Kiprees...
Oonnchtohiflj Jt Kmneso- 1
ta UrnM I
Omaha and Denver Vest!-1
bale K lores t I
Kumtiir Mir.iied ...j
gtoart Rock Isl nd Kxpres-
o:w pm' v: o am
Daily. TOoing east. iw.ln(i mti
BURLINGTON RoUTK-C, B. ti. KAIL
way Depot Pint avenue and Sixteenth it.
M.J. Young, agent.
St. loo s Kxpnise. ........
Bt. Pam Express
Beardstown Pacaenger. ..
Way Freight (Monmouth) .
Btl Pan! Express
: :4U aiu
7 :c7 pm
1 :50 pm
8 -45 Dm
a KM am
7 :f am
11 : am
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE ST. PAUL KAIL
war Racine & Southwestern Division De
pot Twentieth street, between First and Second
avenge, K. U. W. Holmes, agent.
TRAINS. tiBAVa, Abbivb.
Mall and Kxprese 7T00 an 9:00 iu
8t. Foal Kxpr-es 3:N),jm ll:4am
Ft. A Accommodation...... 1 .45 in. s:mpoi
ROCK IHLANDA PKOPIA RAILWAY D
pot First avenue and Twentieth atreet. F.
H. Roc well. Agent.
TRAINS. Lxavb tAanrvB
Fa Mall Express 8:06 am 7:06 pm
Express 2:80 pm 1:35 pm
Cable Accommodation 9:10 am! 8:00 pm
" " 4:00 pml 1:0 an
MOST iHHtiCT 3 iT?v. TO TH.E
ast. South and Southeast.
9 :36 am
11 :1ft m
8 :57 pm
Be. Lonli .. .
13 -05 n't
7 :10 n't
1 "in am
ill :00 pm
Lv. Peoria .
Ar. Rick Island
110:10 am, 3:50 pm
:-o pml 7:06 pm
Accommodatioc trains leave Ko-k Is'and at
:00a. m. and 6 SO p. m; arrive at Peoria 8:50 p.
tn. and 1 :15 a m. l.eave Peoiia 6:00 a. m. and
7 :15 p. m ; arrive Rock Island 4 :00 p. m. and 1 :38
All trains nn dailT except Snndaj.
All passe ger tralni arrive and depart Union
Free Cnalrca-on Fait Expres between Rock
le'ond and Jerria, both directions.
Throagii ticket to all points ; bageace checked
throngh to destination.
1 Aciom. Accom.
Lv. floii Islaad 9.10 am 4.00 pm
Arr. Rjynolds..... 30 .30 am 5.08 pm
' CVe 11.00 am 5.40 pm
. Acrom. 1 Accom.
Lt. qn j 6.20 am U..o pm
Ar. Refno'd 7.00 ami J.45 pm
Htt-i Island ... 7.55 am! 3.01pm
h. b. siOLar, a. HTootHOUB.i
Jjmrintoadaac. G su't Tkt. Aget j
ACQUAINTED WITH THE GEOOMrHY CF THIS COUNTRY WU.I CBTWl
OCH M JB1.E WFOfiMATIOII rROM A 8TU0Y Of THIS MAP Of THE
CliiGaiTO. Eoci Islaai & Pacific Sy.
Ti Ulirct Ttnute to tui from Chicago, Jolirt, 0::t.
wrla. La Salle, Mollne, Koci Iilaml, In ILLIK01S,
JiiTentxjrt, lluscatlne, Otlu.nwn, OsUaloosa, Tin
M"lnw, W'lntprwt, Audubon, ITarlnn and Ccmicii
M'llft. In IOWA; Minntapolis and St. Taul, In KIS
:ESOTA; Waterlown and Sioux Falls, in DAKOTA;
nmpron, 8L Joseph and Kansas City, In MI.SOrni
Omaha, Lincoln, Falrbury and Nelson, In NEBRASKA;
Atchison, Leavenworth. Hortoc. Topeka, Hut.-hlnv.11.
v.lcluta, Belleville, Abilene, Dodge Oty, Caldwell, In
K ANdAS; KlngOaher, El Ileno arl Winco, In IKDIAX
lJ.I:niTOP.Y; Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo,
m COLORADO. Tmversea new areas of rich Cirmlng
nd grazing lands, affording the best facilities of inter--omnninlcatlon
to all towns and cities eajt and west,
rorthwest and southwest of Chicago and to Pacific an.
VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS
Lading all competitors In splendor of equipment,
between CHICAOO and DES MOISTES, COCNCIL
BLUFFS and OMAHA, and between CHICAGO and
DLKVER, COLORADO SPRINGS and PUEBLO v!
KANSAS CITY and TOPEKA and via 6T. JOSEm
ilrst-Class Day Coaches, FREE RECLINING CHAIR
CARS, and Palace Sleepers, with Dining Car Service
Hose connections at Denver and Colorado 8prings with
divers wig railway lines, now forming the new and
TRANS-ROCKY' MOUNTAIN ROUTE
Over .filch srrnerbly-eqnlpped trains ran dallv
THROrOH WITHOUT CHANGE to and from Sail
Lake City, Ogdes Bud San Francisco. TEE ROCK
ISLAND la also the Direct ana Favorite Line to and
from l.anltou. Pike's Peak and all other sanitary and
cenlc rosorts and cities and mining districts In Colorado,
DAILY FAST EXPRESS TRAINS
'rom St. Joseph and Kansas City to and from all Im
rortant towns, dtler and sections In Southern Nebraska,
tanwr and the Ind.an Territory. Aim via ALTtERT
-ITa B;CTE from Kansas City and Chicago to Water,
own, Sioux Falls, SIINNEAPOLIS and ST. PAUL,
unnectimig for all points north and northwest betwers
be lakes And the Pacific Coast.
For Ticket. Maps, Folders, or desired Information
. 4ply to any Coupon Ticket Office In the United Stater
x Canada, or address
u ST. JOHN, JOHN SEBASTIAN,
Manasar, Oenl Tkt. A Pass. AgU
STATE SAVINGS BANK.
O Bee Corner Fifteenth street and Third Ave,
Succeeds the lloline Savtrurs cane. Organtced 1B89
5 Per CENT. INTEREST .AID M DEPOSITS.
Orgitnlaed nnder State Lawa.
Open from I a m. to 8 - a., and Wednesday and
Saturday night from7 to Bpm
Pobtbr SurmrBR, - President
H. A. AwswtsTi, - Tiee-President
J. F. HbmbmwaY, ... cashier
Porter Skinner, W. W. Wells,
C. A. Rose, H . A. Ainsworth,
O. H. Edwards, W. H. Adams,
Andrew Ft ibere, C. F. H amen way,
REAL ESTATE LOANS
made for private parties in the garden '
ajot of the weal by the
Orchard State Bank
t OKCBARD, NEBRASKA.
E. W. Dabt, President.
J. S. Dabt: Cashier.
Mitchell A Lynde, Bankers.
J. F. Robtasoa, Cashier Rock Island' National
C O. Carter, M. D.
Henry Dart's Sons. Wholesale Oroecrs.
TTORNEY AT LAW-Offlce. in Mitchell &
rV Lynde'e new block.
jACiSOS & HCRST,
TTORN2T8 AT LAW. Office in Rock Isia-d
fiSotional Ban) Bnilding.Rock l9land. 111.
D. SWBBtTKT. O. L. WALKla
8WEi:-EY & WALKER,
TTORNEY8 AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
OtBce in Beniston's blook. Rock Island, Id.
McEMRY & McEMKl,
ATTORN ET'8 AT LAW Loan money ot scoe
B seenrity.maka collections, Reforence.'Witcb.
ell Lyndc. bankers. OiJlee in PostoHce block.
s. w. oi;elu
TTORNET AT LAW Formerly of Port Byron,
and dnrins lY e past two years with the Arm of
trowninjf A Entriken at Moline, has now opened
m office in the Auditorium building, room 5, at
C. J. Searle. 8. w. Seablb.
SEAIILE cfe SEARLE.
I TTORNKyS aid Conn.ellors at La and So
.llicitors in Cbaicerv: office BtJord's block.
R, . PEARCE,
Boom S3 in Mitchell A Lyndc's r.rw block .
DR. J. E. KAIVTHORSE,
Teeth extracted without p&m by the new
to 17:6 Second avenne. over Krell t Math's.
Mitxhell & Lynde's Block. Roorns
J, R, Hollewbnsh, V, D, Geo, E, Barth, M. D.
DRS. BARTH & HOLLOWBUSH.
PHYSIOIAKP AND STJRQKON8,
- Omce409iBrdst. Telephone 1085
Residence ! 21st st. HHa
Dr. Barth Dr. Hollowbnsh
9 to 10 a.m. 1(1 to 12 a.m.
1 to 1 and 7 b8 p m. 2 to5ai;d7toSp. m.
DR. CaAS. M. KOBIN30N
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
OOcc McCnllonh Bnlldini?. lit W. 3d St.
. DAVENPORT. IA.
Honrs: 8 to 11 sir : 1 to 4 Dm.
J. F. Mykxs, M. D. tleo. W. Whkeleb,',M. D
DRS. MYERS & WHEELER,
Hnerry nnil i)r.i or IVnmrn
Ufllce overKrcll t Math's. Telephone 1143
nR. wt Ens 1 rn. wnEKLEK.
to 12 a.m. I 8 to 10 a. m.
Ito 5 and 7 ta S p. re lto3 and 7 to 9 p. m
cs. telephone 1201. Ren. telephone, lino.
En ward L. ilAKHAT. Clark II. BuFonD.
HA MM ATT & BUFORD. .
ARCHITECT?, Ri ck Island, 111 Office Room
41, Mitchell & Lyndc building.
GEO. P. fJTATJDUHAR
Plane and superintendence for all class tt
Rooms SB and 55, Mi chell & Lynde lnildlDK
TAKE I LBV A TOB
Broadway, Cor.riince St.. New York City.
Refitted and Nnnvt r..H - ... .
on the Lutopean pi n. 01
jvut.m mu'8 l a di y and upward.
Kestanrant eqnal 10 the bett in the city at mod
i.T"2eV?'" ,r,om r H- R- stations and steam
boat and ferry lanon 5pa"S the door.
""J RKi'II & ALLEN, Prop s.
Tk desires a trootl hi Hlns pontton m tl.o Wri
alr city slmuld wrtto M onee for l7o,7 iu- of t i-e
moua Metropolitan Business O.llca r; ,,-,
ftmsual faellltlesforp iar,1? Rraduatcs .. -t jibt
H ieara. Occupies It own biiiwi,,, SlU
BRINGING OUT A BUI).
COST OF HER OUTFIT, WITH IT8
DRESSES AND ORNAMENTS.
Bow a Swell Tonus; Daughter or a Wealthy
'Man la Prepared for the Trying Ordeal
of Meeting; "Society" She II nx to Have
Almost Innamerable Govros.
Some years ao I wrote about the man
ner in which a Fifth avenue family of my
acquaintance kept its oldest daughter what
you might call satin lined and cottoa "Bftt
tinged with luxury, like a bit of exceed
ingly delicate jewelry in its case. Xow 1
want to tell a little, just the veriest trifle,
that I have happened to hear about the
manner in which th:it young lady's sister
is being got ready for vhtit is called her
"debut" in society. As I remember the
story of the surroundings of her sister,
whose marriage made a great stir about
two years ago and who is now wrapped np
in a little baby of her own, there was noth
ing more extraordinary than that she lived
in great comfort and haxl nearly everything
that she wanted a French maid, I remem
ber, and great closets full of dresses and
bureaus full of linen, and a very pretty
bedroom which, by an odd chance, 1 hap
pened to be called into for a moment when
she was away.
The most striking things in that room, as
I remember it, were the great cheval glass
in which she viewed the effects of her dra
peries and the "set" of her skirts, and a
pretty rosewood "priedieu," with an ivory
Hnd silver covered prayer book on its shelf,
on which she knelt to say her probably
commonplace prayers every night and
mofnlng. It strikes me now, though 1 did
not think of it then, that perhaps not so
many persons would slight their prayers if
they had a pretty rosewood contraption,
with a cushioned shelf for their knees, star
ing them in the face and getting in the way
of their feet every time they dressed and
nmlressed robed and disrolied, 1 mean, of
But now she considers herself an old mar
ried womrtn, and may even have French
novels to read and to hide when the younger
one visits her. And she and her mot her "are
jnst now very busy in preparing; to ush. r
the yonnger girl into the giddy whirl of so
ciety, in which all the older ones spend their
ornamental lives. I had never thought of
it lieforc, and I wonder uow many of my
readers have ever considered what it means
to "bring out" such a girl. Of course 1
knew that someone gave a party a mother
or aunt or sister and th;it the "bud" or
debutante had to be well dressed for the oc
casion, but gracious sakes! as any fashion
able woman would say who reads this, the
dress for that one night is nothing at all.
Well, not exactly nothing at all either, for
I have heard that it cost more than $5200,
and the ten dollar handkerchief that she
will wear that night is now having seven
dollars worth of lace sewed on it.
The shoes the silk stockings, the orna
ments for her hair, the stickpins for her
corsage and the exquisite linen which will
intervene lietween her dress and her person
are all of the finest, and cost a lump sum of
hundreds of dollars. So it does cost some
thing, after all that and the order at Sher
ry's for a supper for sixty, and at the florist's
for literal banks of flowers. And her little
cousin, who lives with her and is to be
present at the installation of the lelle, is to
be dressed, it seems, within what I would
call an inch of her life.
But that coming out night figures very
lightly in the cost of the occasion. This
young lady has been in the hands of sev
eral dressmakers for more than a month,
and has nearly two dozen new dresses un
der way. When I heard that I remarked
that I h:ul not remembered that she was in
short dresses and needed a new set. I v. as
laughed : for that. "Bless yon," said her
father, who w;is my informant, "she wears
dresses as lung as her mother's and has
done so for a long time." What she is
having now, it seems, are dresses of a kind
she never needed before dresses for public
and social functions, from which she tired
to be barred when she was merely a girl.
Among the.se new gowr.s are theater
dresses opera dresses and cloaks tea
gowns, dinner dresses and dancing and ie
As a rule t-he has to have a bonnet to
match every dre;;s and shoes and stockings
that accord with the evening dresses. A
half a dozen i.ew wraps, some of them
from Paris, like one or two of the ('.resses,
are in the list that this irreverent father
rattled off to me when he found that I was
Interested. And even l fcese are but the big
The number of fans, and the abundance
of gloves, ant' the cost and delicacy of two
score of the handkerchiefs, and the hairpins
and pocketl oks and purses, tho slippers
and tho umbrellas that he mentioned
seemed to me l-yon;l all reason and beyond
the calculation of a man of modest Tgiires.
The father d ' n.it pretend to know "much
about the mi 'ter, t;n l sni.l he gtie.-wed he
bad not told rnecf w:me of the important
tilings. "V"!1," sr.id !, "it sounds to me as
if you had adopted a Hottentot girl with a
palm leaf for 1 trousseau si::u were trying to
dress hor for 1 season at Newport." And
that is how i does seem.
This young woman is kI-o to er.joy the
diguify cf a aaida real Frr-ncb one, who
wits engaged in Paris by a New York lady
of her acau. n:a:ee. who thus would have
caused two continents to fe I interested in
the great event had not the purchase of
dresseain I'aris disturbed that side cf the
globe beforvhr.nu. fr'he is i:lso to have a
carriage, and horses that she is to call her
own and order sent around whenever she
wants them, instead of asking her mamma
for the loan of that lady's ctinitiaire ouee iu
awhile at the most inopportune times, as 1
am Informed she has been doing of hue.
It is all very strange to me, but I must
say it seems equally natural to my rich
friends. I'oor Kichard gave the advice,
"Associate with the wealthy, for a man is
often mistaken for the comnanv be keens."
or words of mat import. I do not either
follow or like his advice. 1 have rich
friends and some that I like and admire
very much, but not all such are comforta
ble company for a poor man. Xot t hat the
sensation of every man enters into the mat
ter, for it does uot with me. but the onlv
sense of inequality that some cf us cannot
overcome or forget is that which comes with
the presence of great wealth, especially
when it is inherited fiad carries no compre
hension of the status and limitations of
those who have it not. Julian Ralph in
Jefferson Miller, of Jeffersonville, Ind.,
has good reasons for the strong dislike of
both rats and thrashing machines Iu 1ST3
he was feeding a machine doing work in a
large barn, when a rat ran across the floor.
Turning to watch the rodent. Miller had
his loft hand pulled off by the machine.
Again, in 1K87, while feeding the same imv
chine in the identical barn above men
tioned, a rat ran between his feet. He
kicked at It, slipped and had his only re
ralnlng hand ground to a pulp. Philadel
phia Press. ?
the Good Old Times.
- - - - "Then times were g od,
- Merchants eared not a roth
For any other fare.
Than Johnny cake and ma h ."
But now timet h e changed, and the plain and
simple fare of the fori fathers is dose away with.
Patent 11 jur, an 1 high reisone t fwd, and strong
drinks, have taken lis p'ace. and, as a ient, dys-
nep ia, impure b'ood, and dWeasis of the etom
ach, liver aDd luDgs are l.ameroas. Thit treat
charge has led ona cf the most skillftil physi
cians of the age to study ont a remedy for these
modern d!peas. a, which be has named bis "Gol-
denM.di al Dicove y." Dr Pierce in tbUren
1 dy has foncd a enre f ir dyspjpsia, 'ronehltli,
asthma, consumption in Its early stage, and
The f reight Hrukcman.
The freight brakeman is misunderstood.
He has two lingers remaining on his right
hand and couples wit b a stick. His Scotch
cap spre:yls his ears giving him a partio
ularly desperate appearance, lie chews to
bacco, and it is worthwhile to hear him
Fwear when 1 heengine bumps too hard. If
he caught a dude in a saloon he would kick
him. He hunches his shoulders while he
wrJks and gets a Bowery swing on his
knees. This is the freight brakeman as
you see him in a play. Take him of an
evening In the Commercial hotel up at the
junction when he is smoking and talking
wreck. 1 hen he is different.
A white pine box has been brought in
from up the road, and two layoff men are
sitting up with n body on Railroad street.
The dead fireman had been a friend to every
man in the room. He had started in "wip
ing up" at the roundhouse when a boy and
then he got a place on a switch engine. He
had been regular for four years, and was
expecting an engine almost any trip when
he started out on the extra run and came
back in the baggage car. Chicago News
Record. Sow Try This
It will cost you uoiuiuk! and will fndly
lo you good, if you have a rough, coldor
my Trouble with throat, chest or lungs
!r. Kicy's New Discovery for con sump
ion, contrbs and colds Is Guaranteed lo
.ive relief, or money will be paid back
uCerers from la grippe found it just the
cine; and ua;ier its use bad a speedy sod
erfect recovery Try a sample bou'.e at
ur expense and learn for yourself iusi
now j;oed a ihinsr it is Tril bottles
ree at T-a-t & Bilinsen's drug store
Large e:ze 50c and 1.
S. II. Clifford, New Cassel, Wis., was
roubled with neuralgia and rheumatism
lis stomach was disordered, his liver was
fleeted to an alarming degree, appetite
ell away, and ho was terribly reduced in
Bosh and Rtrngth. Three bottles of
Electric Bittere cured him.
Edward Shepherd, Harrisburg, 111., had
i runninfj sore on his leg of eight years'
Jtanding. Used three bottles of Electric
filters and seven boxes of Bucklen'i
Arnica Salve, and his leg is sound ard
well. John Spcikpr. Catswhs, O.
five lsrre fever sores on his leer, doctors
said he was incurable. One bottle Elec
tric Bitters and one box Bucklen's Arnica
Salve cured him entirely. Sold by Hartz
SCCKLXK'S ARKZCA PAL Mi
The best salve in the world for ruts,
raises, Eores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, totter, chapped hands, chilblain?,
corns and &11 skin eruptions, and poaN
tivcly cures piles, cr no pay required. Tt
' sjawexteert to give perfect e&tiaf&rH'-r.
t money refunded. Price 85 cents ;r
rox. For sal 1 v Hartr. ,fe Vinhnper..
He Declined a rtaronetey.
George Peabody spent his money alike
for England and America, and his seventy
five yein-s of life gave him ample op
portunity to give vent to his instincts of
benevolence. I,ike Peter Cooper, he did
not wait for death to come before he parted
with his surplus fortune. Peabody was
American born, and to his glory he declined
the offer of a baronetcy from the queen.
Far more grateful to the good man was
the resolution of thanks passed by the con
gress of the United States That was a
distinction, coming from the whole people,
of which he was justly proud. New York
Woman's Health and Life
depend more on reEuiiirtty tDarj on any or
ill causes combined. An actual or livinrr
dea;h is tt.e result of derangement of
functions which mske woman what she
is; immediate relief Is the only safeguard
against wreck and ruin. In nil esses of
6toppHC', delayed, psinful or oiher irrec
uHrilies BrdSeid's Female Refculator is
th or.iv sure .remedy, gold by Hana
I nped three bo'tles of "Mother's
Friecd," and when I was sick I r.cvr
went to ted until 12 30, and my boy was
born at 3 . m. with scarcely Kny piin. I
will do all I enn in r com men din 2 it to
expectant mothers Tour t ankful friend.
Mrs B . F. Waltertics.
Marion, O . Set t. 1SJX)
Fits Am m '.-vp-.i free bv Dr.
K'-.r. V Great ,.,. ij.norer. No fits
f-" 'bf first ue Marvelous
( tins l iesti.-e and s2 trial bottle free to
ftctus. Sep-: t(, rir. Kline. 931 Arch
treei, Ph'iadt'U.!: i v. P. For sale by ali
(ilUCeit-tS-. ':! or "", T
TVhen Baby was sick, we gave per uastoria.
When she was a Child, she tri?d for Ca.toria.
"When she became Miss, she clung to Oastoria.
When she hod Children, she gave them Castoria.
Children Cry for
Lane's Family Medicine moves
tho bowels each dty.Most people need
to use it.
Chiic'ren Cry for
For bi su'y, tor coinlo ' for improve
m'.ct of ti;e corupUxion. ise ouiy I'oz
soui's Powder- -here is t.cthirg equal to.
Chi.drer Cry for
Coaching leads to consumption.
Kemp's Biilsivrc will stop the cough at
Phaetons, Surries, Buggies Spring and Farm Wap
Factory ani Ware rooms on 16th street be .ween 1st asd Sd avc.
I Rttiil Traic especltiir -
- The Moline Wagon Co,,
Manufacturers ol PARM.SPRIKO AND FREIGHT WAGi
A full and complete line of Hatform and other Spring Wagons, especially a.-v tn. t
Westers trade, of superior vrorkTraEhlp Ed inish lMnetrstid l nre !t ttii
m lication. See the MOL1NR. WAU'tN before onrchasins
mW& jiT-T Si - 'y B-- -3 UiSki.--,.?,',--.'',
N? b fJJ 5 Jf 1, -- ci i ' -vi- r . . . .net ' v..'-iMft ' ai'. s-.t :
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(isANk M Pfi Oictf Vu'VtM, r.ii " . 'imii! i;i'! r U'i Mt -h la.. tW- flra'? a -
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A. D. HUESiNG
Renresen'.e. amone other time-tried ana cel
kxovra pirclnjorarcc Companies he follow !cf
Royal Insurance Company, of Bngland.
Weschester Fire Ins. Company of N . Y.
Bn9alo German Ins. Co., Buffalo, N. V,
Rocbeeier German Ins. Co., Rochester, . V
Cltiscns Ins. Co., of Pittsburgh, Pa.
Ban Fire OiBce. London.
(Jnioa Ir.s. Co., of Calif nreia.
Secnritv In. Cj.. acw Eiven. Cnn.
Itanaee Mechanics Ins. Co., Milwaukee, W:
3ermn Fire Ins. Co., of Poor a. Ill,
Office Cor. 18th St., and Second Ave
KWK ISLAND ILL.
HAYES & CLEAVELAND
Re; rcteniing over 40 Million Dollars
of C.ish assets.
Fire, Life, Torn ad o-
Bonds ofl Suretyship.
OFFICE Ro-rji '21. rfitoUe'l Lynic'e block
ttock Island, li s.
tsr Becnre uur rates: tticy tu interes yon.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . . .
The old Fire and Time-tried Companies
Losses Promptly Pail
Rates as low as ar.y reliable company can afforc.
tour Patronage is solicited.
Rock Island Buggy Co.
It will pay you to call; and get our Low prj,
THE MOLINE WAGON
i re nunrrn:arrpi hav n.
will appear before theronntv coU o ' V
cont.t, at the offl.-e of th "clerk of Vi r
he city of Rock island, at the V.nh V
tbe first Von-lay In March Bt .
all pcrsoLs having claims ara rt 4
me di.te:'!f .1"""ed to
Dated (hi ,9th n ,
"iLIAM B. 1ET7T
Ttw.-J ,rrPo tvinnan, arccs-c
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that b.-or:-"cV"en' "c-r
Rock lalanH . ' ' . r oc,ore t!,tf C'":ii:r tfri
LitTCi? Lhe. T of Kock Isl.i i
at w-Vh ,,T nIl -"ondavin Mrti:!
HtA Vi.- V . -Jnrni to t.le Br.i- r r-.
Dated this ltt day of Nor. n.K r. A. IV 1A
. JnA 1 1 11 Ej
T, 'rle "f 1),ll",f Warren. Per , w i
tsiraup of ttie eMaie of iir,.r:, iV r.i.
"eceseeii, herebv civc. , : v.- I
aprnr beroru the ccnVtf court -f ln"i ,
countv, ,t the offlre . f the cl, rk of U r.
hl V 'J" l'nd. at ti c Jl.rrhv
the first Monday in Marrh E.-if. at t::
Zi.-Mrf n ""Iain's aait -S 'l
Qtwted toat'terd, f,r the r
of hatina the name aditietert
t-A Vj"'"0 ,ndcb"d to said s-ate art r
Etred lmi"iiatc pajmen lo the t
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ut snK-rrtau taic.f. wtn ear irv T
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rtsuer bow obatleatst or laoc rt-oL fod (" '-Z
Bar aan h snail tar V 1 B-.-. a i 4K. K-wa "
VatTVSaft So. PaUlaAelpUa, Ftv o.r
A sew and Complete Treatment, tcmrK
snppositorie. Ointment In 'apal-.
ana nns; a royiuve core for tx-enis'-Ble.-difu
Itchine, Chronic Uerew or H":
Ct 1 . V . . . A'H.
ease; ltls alvava a ?reat benetit to "J "j
health. The first discovery of a m'litI
derin?an operation with the knife nD"fr
hereafter. This Ktmedy bas never n
to fall . M per box. C for K ; sent br ""'L
snffer from this terriible dis ae whe--".
narantev is pos.tiviy picn witn i """ r" ,
fund the mnni'l if not enred. Sen 1 f3
fo- eamsile. Gnarattec usd bj or.
Acts like magic on thd 'tomach. Lir strri
Nervons 1 isoruers. k-enle-f ni-c . l-of - o ,
reatores the compleciion: perfect d'T-1"
Iowa their ase. Positive cure (orftira urj0
and Constipation, bmall, mild, caty tottf-1
Vials of BO "ills ascents.
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