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Toner Skinner, .. . W. W. Wells,
-O. AvRose. ' M . A, Auisworth, ' .
O. H. Edward. W. H. Adams.
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REAL ESTATE LOANS
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spot ol the weal by the
Orchard State Bank
of ORCHARD, NEBRASKA.
B.iW. Dabt, President.
, J. S. Daet: Cashier.
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Mitchell Lynde. Banker. "
j. r. Kobin-ton, Cashier Kock Island) National
O. O. Carter, M. D.
Henry Dart's Song, Wholesale Urocers.
ATTORNEY AT LA Y Offlce
Lynde' new block.
jAv kSON ic HUKST,
A TTORKE VS AT LAW. Offlce in Rock Isla-i
A.Sa:loo!t! Hnit Bnildiu?, Rock Inland, ni.
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SWEENEY & WALKER,
ATTORNEYS ASD COUNSELLORS At LAW
0ce in Ben5ton'e Moek, Roes Island, H.
TTORNEY'b AT LAW Loan money on zoor
security, make collections. Reference, Mitch
ell Lrnde hnkers. fMfloe In Potoc bloci
S. W. OIELU
ATTORNEY AT LAW Forrnerlv of PortByrori.
3 and during thi past two years with the firm o'
JrowniOk.' t Entriken at M line, ha& now ouvned
in office in the nditoriam baudlnif. room 5, at
C. J. Sbarls. S. W. Seasli.
SEA.RLE & SEARLE.
TTORETSn l Coonellor a' Law and So
HcUors tn Chancer; oUce Btjord's block,
R, M. PEARCE,
Boom S3 in Mitchell Lynde'e new block .
-1 ' Take elevator.'
DR. J, E. HAWTHORNE,
Teeth extracted without pain by the new
No 17i6 Second avenne. over Krell Math's.
Mitchell & Lynae'i Block!' Rooms ?-81
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, DRS B ARTBt & HOLLOWBUSH, ..
PilEnlOjANS AND ifTJRG'CONS,' 1
OHce4fOrdt. , Telephone 10S5 ,
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DR. .CHASL.M. ROBINSON
Eye, Ear, Hose ;and Throat
x- y :'.'.' ' only
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Hoars: 9 to 11 air : 1 to 4 nm. '
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DRS. MYERS & WHEELER,
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Uflce ever Krell Sc Math's. Telephone 1148.
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-- tea. telephone 1200. Re,, telephone, 1190.
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HAM M ATT & BTJFORD,
ARCHITECTS, Rock Island, 111 Office-Room
41, . l lionell Lynde building. ,
GEO. P. STAUDUHAR.
Plans and superintendence for all'class of
Inm 5 -nd . Mitchell A Lynde building '
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Metropolitan Hotel, '
Broadway,, Cor.JPrince St., New York City.
Refltted ind 'enova'td and
er new miaageneat.
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'- Koom rates $ i h day aid opwurd.
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era e iBto.
tt'eet ars from all R. R. stations and steam
bjat and (ary landi- pa-8 iMr rjoor.-
r , liU-Dkt 1 U .ALLIT. Prop's.
i tJitir n ntuo wsr'ij
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Is rrva? from hprt ana---, prepared forase as eattiv
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Boy one today. 1 ane'a Family Ml
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ook's Cotton Root
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roontbly by thousands of
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only, S stamps, (idrc-s
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Sold InKork Isluid by Marshall A Fishei.
per Hooxe, Uarta is ttannsen. 3vlth street and 3a
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. J0LLY3 BAILORS.. .
HOVW0N3 PELrOWS' WHO DRAW
"ANtt PAINT tNiOY LIFE.
rw Vbuwf Artlsea Arc Married, bat N
Jy All .Want to B-A Palntin'i Good
t'orAnne' I'saally net;in at the Altar,
nd It, Is the Coal DesarerU i. . i V
1 Althotigh towtmofi sehse gt-neWilly Stands!
lappalla t h. Rrtist'B threshold, a great
nujpbcr of pur yocgei; anjtlTsoipe ol our
oMer painters' rriatwige to get along Tery
fJeoifortably withbtat -Jt.'-'There is an un
written law in Bohemiatbat a inarj -An lo
anything hopprable ithont losing Li dig
nity. Diirtng a snowstorm a young lady
driving down Fburteerrth sfreet'in the fam
ily .carriage raa astonihlierl to ohfre a
young arUst whom she had, wet soini time
before at a fashionahle dinner party carrj'
ing a bucket of 'coal to bis studio. "X more
diplomatic person vronld hare driven on
without pretending to notice the incident.
But this particular young woman was so
astonished at seeing the wit ani liori of i:
social gathering engaged in such a meisiiili
occupation that slje motioned her coachman,
to stop, and alighting f rom her carriage de
sired an explanation from her frienV! of his
extraordinary conduct Uewanlnot at all'
embarrassed. Setting his cojU bucket down.
v, 1. ....i.: I...'
he said laughingly:'
"Oh, that's nothing: : My coal f ouf, and
they hiLven't sent me the ton I ordered. I
have a model up stairs, and I couldn't a.sk
the poor thing to pose for a Venus in a cold
room. ' So I went to tire grocery and got a
bncketful, aod here I am." Whereat he
lifted his hat, picked up his burden, and
disappeared up the stairs.
It must not be imagined that because
these. jrouiiEt fellows li-e in their Btudios
and genenilly cook their own me.-ils they
are to lie sympnlhizetl with. No bachelor
in New York has more enjoyment out of
life than a paint it. One of his first pur
chases is. a gas stove with its various cook
ing apparatus. By the aid of this instru
ment he can prepare meals as aprx .ing, if
not quite so elaborate, as those of the Hoff
man House. , Usually his meals are simple
a breakfast of coffee, rolls, egjs, lamb
chops or liverand bacon, and a light lunch
eoD of anything handy, eaten burriedly in
order to save the precious hour of light.
When darkness falls the young painter's
appetite asserts itelf. He 'either goes'to an
Italian or, ns his finances may be, to a fash
ionable rvKtatinuit ul dawdles fur two
hours over a table d'hote, or else goes to his
cupboard and finds vnongh 'material for an
elaborate -dinner of three or four courses.
Usually he bus company. , Pinners in a
tudio building are like progressive euchre
parties the artists go from table to table,
one nightgatherin in Jones' roomanother
in Brown's, a third in Robinson's.
Madder Lake, the genre painter, now rich
and famous, gave a dinnerofte Sunday ten
years ago to half a dozen young fellows
poets painters, musicians, literary engi
neers and the like. It was a bitter cold
day and a howling snowstorm prevailed. .
"Say, fellows," remarked Fixatif, in
whose studio they had bet a smoking all the
afternoon, "I'm hungry, and I'll be blest if
I have anything in the larder except crack
ers and cheese. Let's dine with Lake."
Without apology Lake's studio was in
vaded and the proposal made to him. He
was quite willing, but all the supplies he
had were a pounj of porterhouse steak,
some mutton chops arid a lo of vegetables.
"The very thing," cried John Moran.
"Fellows, yon have never eaten one of my
haricots. Well, you shall today. Have yon
any wine, IjUce?"
"Two dozen claret," said the host.
"Sit down, then, with a bottle, every
mother's son of you," said John Moran,
"and watch me make a haricot." . i
Whereupon he took off his coat, t,ied a
piece of Lake's silken drapery around him,
and after an hour's preliminary work had
the ingredients cooking-BlowIy over a "grate
fire. The poet lighted a cigar, and turning
to the company remarked benignantly:
"Voici! Within half an hour 'yon shall
taste a repast lit for Che tMrmpinn gods:" i
Then ensued an extraordinary tWiivg, Me
gilps, the dog painter, happened to state'
that for his part he always had a Vcrypoor
opinion of Swinburne, Thr-t Morrtn oft :
He had been silently engrcspa over ihe pot
for a long time, but now be was ready for
an argument. Megilp's unfortunate re
mark gave him the clew, and Moran seized
it at once. He had j-ast sold a poem The
Century and spoke with authority and a
faint but musical brogue. He was a' good
talker and everybody listened approvingly.
Suddenly there anr-w what seemed to be a
simultaneous wail of horror' from the com
pany. "The haricot is scorching!" So it
was. Moniry'Vlrortped his eloquence and
grabbed hold pf the cookiug pot. , .But the
vegetables and, meat, alike were burnt,
nauseous fh odor'and Wiuall disagreealde
1n taste,. There was a proposition to chuck
the poet into the snow, but it wna not cur
ried. Fixatif went, to his lanW aiid brought
back alr.his crackers' 'arid' cheese,1 and with
this Kcitnty.iniPal.'Vnshed down by copious1
drafts of claret.'t lie 'expectant diuers bad
to be satfsfiel.' -' l ' '
' IVedjiilrfy ft is in thtiVdesiiv t get away
from such inctdr-tits as tllrs thiitf-vKiinters
ri always want to .gtt vnarried. t- eschew
Hick aud livecleanly...: There.is a greiitdcnU
of wit and good humor.:iin; liUthelor's
studio. I is the Hteue of rofuaace apd sen
timent and gayety. , It presHiits.jtembrandt'
esque contrasts of. light and sh.tdow and is
bj many particulars such a method of Bo
hemia that is delineated liy the novel writ-:
ers. But the "bachelor artist knows that hisJ
life, though generally joTIy and free from
caxc'ls also jn'the maiii free from comtort'
and: lacking in -the element of sustained'
effort that is essential to the achievements
of ambition. It occasionally happens that
baahelor painters tnake a reputation and
remain single and prosperous. . But usually
the artist's good fortnne begins at the altar,
and in t he great majority of cases he is de
sirous to get there as soon as possible.-i-.Xew
York Sun. '
' ; "3 . -1,
; Not Obliged to Believe Everything.
The dear of Norwich in a recent speech
told this story to illustrate th'e'new criti
'Cism a it appears among the middle dafmes.
A worthy timber merchant aanounqed that
ie was relieved to find that he. need be
lieve literally' the various passages ' in the
TiibTe wUich lie had often proved to be im
possible. Being pressed to Tiame one of
these passages he mentioned the ark. "It
was, he understood, 450 feet long, TO feet
broad and 45 feet high and was filled with
live animals. He was convinced, therefore,
that the Israelites could not have carried it
about with thorn -for --forty years. Pall
Mall Gazette. , . ,; ,, .; ......
!... it B m r f ) i j . .1.1. .
.. i ..!, They Live High.. ,", '
j, The most lofty placn in the world regu
larly inhabited i. try i human, beings , in -the
Buddhist monanterr oX Uaine .in . Thibet.
whici as about ,000.:feet .nbovethe-wea
IftveL The-Wiliest inhabited spot -vn -the
western, hemisphere.- is .Galera,. ar mttwav
tatroa,ia.Feri4, which, is 13C35,feet above
-tae..Jractfic' wvel, ,low .tJde.-!-it,,Lonl
lie 0661 OldTlMer
: i. "Then tinbt were good,' '" ').
'! Merchants cared not rath, ..
jFor any other fare.
Than Johnny cake ard mnih." i
But now timet he changed, tnd the plain and
simple fare of the fori fathers (a done away with.
Patent fi ur, an ! big h teasonc t 1 jod. and strong
drinks, bare, taken its place, and.as a re-nit, d jt-.
rep: 1 1, impure blood, and diseasea of the stom
ach; l.ver and lungs are cun.efons Thia great
c"iatg basledena of lbe most skulfnl-'pbyal-
cisns of ibe age to stcdj oot a remedy foT these
modern dieeas a, which he has namea bis "Gol
den Medi al Discove y." Dr Pierce in thiirfjao-
edy has fo'hnd a cure f r dyT ueia, bronchitis,
asthma, consumption, ia its early stage, and
'L vcr Comp'ainte."'' . , , , , . r. ,
1 " riot in His Paier.
'' One day a maker of prose and Verse re-cei-ed
from the hands of Robert Bonner a
story which he had submitted to him the
week before. "If you please," said the
poet politely; "I would' like to know why
you cannot use my story, so that I may be
gwueo. m the future by . your preferences."
."Certainly," replied Mr. Bonner. ."This
stoi y will not do for me because you have
in it- rfce n arnage of a raan: wrth his
cousiiii". "But." protested the vonng au
thor,, "cousins do marry, in real life, very
oiten. i: real life, yes," cried the canny
Scotchman,' "btt not in the New York
Ledger. 7-OJew York Truth. , i-
Bow to Bee.me Fleehy.
Dr. Miles' Nervine not" only cures all
r.ervous diseases, hesd-.che, blues, ' cer
vou prostration, sleeplessness, n ur!cia,
St. Vitus dance, flip ttnd hysteria, but also
builds up the body. "I am pitas, d io
sav that after years of intense BuSerinj
wilh nervous disease, hendache end tros .
tr&tion, I tried Dr. Miles' Restorative
Nervine, and in two weeks cmiued eiaht
pounds in weight. I could cot lie down
o Bleep, but now s!etp perfectly easy,
ana tm still improving wonderfully
cannot say enouan lor the nervme.
Mf.s L B. JTillard. Cucikirk, N. Y.
One customer used Nerviue acd gnined
nfteen pound in tt"D. brown & Ma?
bcry, Coitland, N. Y." Triil tionles and
elegant book free at Har'z & Bahn'ca's
Adm tied ihsFa-ta,
newspaper eauors nave to be very
cartful in opening their columns for s'au-
menta. But aware that the Dr. Miles
Medical Cc. are responsible, we mnke
room for the following ttstia onia) - from
R, McDeucall. Auburu, led., who for two
years noticed a stoppage or skipping cf
the pulse, his leu sine cot so te'-der he
could not lie on it, his hert Guttered, he
wag alarmed, went to different doctors,
found r.o relief, but one. bottle of Dr.
Miles' N.ew Heart Cure cured him, , The
elegant hook, "New and Startling Facts
free at Hartz & Bahnsen's. It tefis ail
about heart and rervous diseases and
acany wonderful cures.
K let Serve and Liver Fills-
Act on a new principle regulating the
liver, stomach and bowels through the
nerves. A new discovery. Dr. Miles'
Pills speedily cure billiou6ness, bad taste,
torpid liver, piles, constipation. Un-
eqnalled for men, women, children
Smallest, mildest, surest! 50 doses 25
cents. Bamules free at Hartz & Baho
The King of Fanning Island.
- CaptainJGrtig, a "Scotchman, who was
known as the. "King of Fanning island,"
has just died. .Many, years ago he took
possession of Fanning island, a coral reef,
and supplied vessels wilh guano. Soon
after settling there he made a journey of
1,000 miles to Honolulu to find a wife. He
returned with his bride, and brought up a
iamiiy in bis lonely island home. Ex
Woman' 8Tea.lth and Life
depend more onrecularity than on any or
all causes combined. An actual or livine
death is ' the result of derancemeht ol
iQnctirtns which mate vcmsn what she
isj immediate relief is the only safeguard
.against wreck and.ruin. v In a'J cases of
atorjpage, delayed, pninful or other irregt
uiaruies Brnatieifi s Female Itet-ulator is
tne only ure remedy. ' Sold by-' Hartz
& Bahn&erV ' : .; it:!: - .-, ,.;: i.;
' I d thretf bn'tles of '"Vrfther's
riiena," ana wnen l . vns siok I never
went, to Jed until 2 30, fcd tpy ,boy was
horn. at 3 a. m. wilh scurcely any pain. I
wffi'flo alii can in recommending it to
txrjrclanfmo'.heTS. Your tabbftil friend.
1 MRS.B.F. WALTfcRHFS.
Marion, P . Sept. 1S0O. , i
When Eahy( was slck. we fave m-r laRtoris.
"When f-hc was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
yrhen she became 51iss, she clung to Onstoria.
When she bad Children, she gave them Castoria,
i-i. 1 I- "". ifi. ii.
7 "Children Cry for
. Lane's . Family Medicine , moves ,
ine ooweis each day. Most people Deed
to use 1t. ' ' '
v Chik!ren Cry for
Pitcher's Castoria. -
For beauty; tor corofo : for in, prove
aDt of the complexion. ise.tily Piz
zoni's Powder- thero is tottiing euuai to.
n ChildreiY Cry for
Couchim: leads to : consumption.
Eemp's Balsam will etop the oi uh at
We Offer : Tom a Itemedfif i
. ie ofJUother nn- ri"-t
i'iin, JUbror a-.tit JEijft.
uffered out ll:lo rain, and uittutx i.ert.inae tb
vveaanow (kiu-rv-iil :imul iu iieh cabe.v lira.
uAJM GACi.'.lJlar.Jlo, Jan. I3.il, KIL . -8cnt
by errr"e. etafrree trepmi. on reoeiptof
prloxl JCper bciue. Uoo. to Xuiheiii moited tree.
A ft t . a V T A tf- m
11 Sold by Ham A Bahnsen '
,. - .. - ... ..... r.i r w jr
Manufacturers ol FARM, SPRffiff ANl) FREIGHT WAdf
A'fuli and complete line of Platform and -oiheTfef ritT v?agons, espensv a ,... "!
wcsunm irsce, oi vnpener worKBiaESBlprana rntt n 'illustrated irL 6. f '-'
i lication. See the MOLXNB rWAWN before purchasiti. '
tew (vm-antte tw er!r- ! n"rvln! B:u slfr-h .? n 'U1 .
LuFSot ira.ii i'owi-r-
Orvans ip either se:
wo irrai psiko.
FoTB'..e .n Reck island by Kartz & Bahasen ct Ave.' sncO',t!;
A. D. HUESING,
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Reprc'nis aaione other Hme-tried ana c:
knowa Fin Insurance Cornpanies be follov?lt-4
Hoyai Insurar; ct Company, of Eneland.
Wescbestet Fire Ins. Company of N . V . '
Buffalo German Ins Co., Buffalo, N. I.
Rochester (jerraan Ins. Co., Rochester. r
Citlaens Ins. Co., of Pittsburgh, Pa.
Ben Fire Ufflce. London,
tj nion lr.s. Co., of Calirorn'.a.
Secnritv Ins. ' Sew Hivan, Conn.
(t;wankee Mechanics Ins.Oo., Milwaakeo, W-r
Serman rire Ins. Co., of Peoria, 111,
Office Cor, 18th St., and Second Ait
ROCK ISLAND, VJ -
HAYES & CLEAVELAND
Refrctentii-g over 40 Million Dollars
of Csh ASSltF.
Fire, Life, Tornado
Bsrids ofl Suretyship. 1
OPFtOB Eo-im St. Mitcue'l & Lynit's block
ttork Island, Ills,
tysecure uur rates: they v. Ill Uteres yon.
j. m. buford;
General . ; . 1 !
.insurance , Agent
The oid Fire and Time tried Comiarie
'' -" ' represented. ; "
Losses ' Promptly Pail -
"?.-low a any reliable comjjacy tan aflort
BELTS SENT FfTEE fOR EXAMINATION.
DR. SS MUIrl 'S ELECT R ICS ELT
Wlio are debilitate and
ltusuiiy. EvmiTiaj nmx
Bc Vox, Irm!rM, Im-
Erjtenr y or lxxst Manhocrt.
T3Tn(tffn'raIiJ-HtfiVt.h. he 4R-
K'Mi I la t t'VT't
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rw lPrtOVES life
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m, elvinz Frrrli. Wild. kMthlar.
Electrl -Irv tnronch 11 fAKT3kt.
Atnnnr them to HEALTH uti MI.OU01 S KTKXM.TH.
' In vlewof the fict that -many persons wbodnlrs
.to rroenre Pennine Electric Belts have applied to
different -comrmnies f r rnfornjotlon. an4 arein.
decided aa to Khirh navel he best roods wesnegest
that you ordrt- from each comiwiythfl blt yen
wish to pee. sent hr eTDresa. C o. D.. vrithwiviiMMt
if (rumination. When the Iteita'b.ive arrived aa 4
.ynnr express omce examine toem; it ynu nod one
better than ours, simply auk exprrss agent to re
turn onra to AH werequirels50ct.witb yonr
.. Jerto parti.ifryeiverexpres8ebari;e.wbloh will
t.e deducted from prlcaof belt tf It isaceepted. This
wants the brst fir bis tnouey, and It ta a great
plea ore taints have oer eooda examined: and
compared with others before bought. Bend for
II lustrated pamphlet, mailed, sealed, free. Address
raodea Electric Co., tct La tail. St., cbica60
T. H. THOMAS
irmat wrl K-h made a mm
trcrerfmi7i Vnriro.le WatedVi 'J fT1?1 ff
The ns-iw- -ir -U. t'JJoJ. ''s-'tiandliketronblei
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Fstate ot Rob"Ci-a Wai-h, Ptr. t.
' -'Tne fl'nierr:e i htvii:it h,-rn s . "
cutorof he las' will ai:u 1, ,;..n.. ; '. '. '"J
Wol-h, late of the o n iv of , ,'. - i , "
f I'.linni. k .. 1 ..
will apear bt-fo the rir.j n ,,,... .
coar.t, at th, effl- e of th rt ,,f . '.'I '
theciiyol Koca siard. at thr V -the
first Mnnnay in irrli i jr s. ';
all persor havit,e cla ro a. a i , .".
notin- o and req ie teo f atter.!, ;.,,-,,'
of bating the uine adja-tt i " J; -
dtibled toairt .-ft te are requ r,i -J ."'''
mediate paym.-tit to ihe nnd. r-i "
Dated ihir lth day r! li.-cf n;K '.' , v
Estate of Joseph K:rnar.
The nr.uersiimed having txtn ap;-r ''
tor of the last will ard t!an-.--t '"''
Kinnan, Ir.te ef the ccurv, 01 V-v-'I'
!ta!e 01 Illinois, deceased, b'-n-r-r '-.. t
nw niMii coMniv, at trje offce -'t
aidccHrt, in the city of iirk ',-'.
V.arch Urnv, oo the flr-t SinclaT in Ml-1-
. r-r-"us "i'.E;r,:.rlaJ
-ai". cTLic arc Diiunec ar.a rtq.,, :, 1 -(or
the purpose of bavin the sane i --rK
f iuu:i,i, u to paiu ceint'.- are rec-e.v
cafce inmediate payment to the cr jer-'r '
' fated this 1st dav of 'nmh i t, u
J. S. MATTHKWS.B!r
B-tate of Dennis Warrer., Pr?.-ri
The nndeniipned haTicj: h.-cr; a; i-;ec j
i:ratT of tne e-taie of lu-i ; W-rrtE. '
of the coun'y of Kock ls.lai,i, f;,-f 0
nois. oeretseo, ncreby pive i otii e t-,si t t
Miirv. fir n f i, fhu r. . , , . . i
county, at the office . f the cli-rk ri f cf t- -
the cry of K"Ck Island, at He Vt h ei." I
the first Monday in .Marrh r.cit. at tcf.l
Ail n.r. h.vini, .1.;.., . .- ' , " "wl
notified and requested to attend, tc :hc p-7-
11 p.tsons indebted to said fa'c ft :t
ted to ma e immediate pasmctt to tie t::i
1 atod this 7th day o' .TannarT, p i-'5
FUlLEilON L. MITCUaLUAdniiBiKriw
JOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
fi a'. .1 nWTIACal. -lll k . n . . 1 ...
clerk s office, Kock Island. 111., nt.tii IVh.K!
u y. uj., mi tunMrnctli'iJ t::e :rrr.:,vt
or;! i ri d bv nn nntirv.. t r , .a .
".ti ordinance for the irpravene: t' if 5
M Sh tr't fm ri ih. it. . . , vi. . l ......
to the north 1 ne cf Eighteenth aver.tif." -yj
Aupustc, letrj; aio an ordinance for A- s-
PTDVCintnt r,f Eighteenth -met, fr. m tbtus
line oi m:ra avenne to the rota it
ievenlh ave ne, passed Jannar? Mh.
alto An ordinance for the .x.r vst
of- Pourth avenue from the wet liie ol Fa I
street no the -wrst line of -Twetttftii k
and from the east line of Tvn iv-tbiro tn-fia
west li- euf Twentj-fonr h -treet. arj.!. f Tv:
fourlb street froji ihe south lin- cl TUirJ ei
to the north line of Fifth avenne" m- .'k
Ifi, and for fnini-hii.g them&tt r &i a d6'3i
the woik according to the FUit! and rpec t.i:-x
w u ci uiecuTcierj. a o ce,
RlArlr hia m-ill I - , . . . i ..
Bids muM be sepirate fur e-ch itriiwur
above pecified. ano arcompan d witb nri
check jn the mm of $Me, t aveie to tornrccr:
:the treaenik-r of said citv, which rn 1 Kovrfr;
Ctif MA n mm it , . . " . 1. . , 1 . .... . ... .
Aotur mro contract wiiji approved -nn-ut f1-
rr,T ih. u r.. .k. . . .
- . .v. y 1 . 1 1. ' r V . .. n -
and according to the plans ami c ;- ;m
the event that the eor.tn ri ..inl.i h,. .-.wul!. s
The - rkht-,to: reject anv a;.S nil Wit : ;w
pRVais isberfby exp'refsTy rrs'crl ?d hr r"2 (J
Rock Irtand, 111., Ja nary, 17, m.
KosiiiT K F.n'r.i.
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STo . JAPANESE
y - CURB
A tew and Co-np'ete T-earmer., ccni3t 1
tiiippositor:e. Oinuwent in Capnl', a..o :a-Esi
and Fide; A Fositive Cure for Ki'ernil, h' irl e
BIccdire- Ftchinp, Chronic .Keren or IWrtciWf
Piles. FrALSraAKSijE. and ranT cfh,r cte
eascs; it is always a great benefit to ih- peiwnl
health. - The first discoverv ul a medicai corttrt
derintran operation with the knife unnerm
hereafter. This Krmedy has nerer beta k?2
to fall, fi per box. 6 for $- ; sent bv ml!.
auffer from this terriable di-oe when a vritiei
caarantee is positivly given with S bottlt?. to J"
fund the money if not cured. Seni sua:p
fie samyle. Guarantee uscd by our mtui.
JAPANESE LIVER PELLETS
Acta like magic on the 'tomach. Liver attf F
e; dispels Dyspepsia, Biliousness, Fever. uMj
Nervous Diaorders,sleep!eBness,Loe of Appf
restores the completion; perfect dif'"0"
lows their nee. Positive care for Sick HtAWOD
and Constipation, email, mild, taey to taae. t-!
Vials of 50 Pills 89 cents.
HAKTZ AY BAu'SaN Bole Areotf Hoc.h
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