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THE AllGUB, SATUKDAY, JUNE 24, 1893.
THE TRAYELEKS- GUIDE.
Chicago. lUJCK island FA-:fk: KAIL
way Dpot torno F.fth eine and Tb rt
ttmt street. Frank U. Plnmmer, aged.
council OlUdS MlUIiesO-
ta Oav Enre
VHa k'uy tay B sores-.
$ Washireton iiirsi
Omaha and Denver Vesti
Kansas City Limited
tiurt-Rock Isl.iud Exnre
St. Paul and Minntnpolis..
Kansas Citv ami St . Je. .
Denver, Coloril prini
! :06 am
! ;-!( pm
1:45 am.' 7
.45 ami 3
:50 ara 11
:40 pm 9
:15 am 9
jll:45 am 3:53 r
n.n. .ii-7 mm IGoinirwest. S A Pull
man aiceDinir - is sidetracked at Duventiort
andtakento Chicago daily hv tu f t aln. This
ear is read for oeeuparcv at p. m or tosor-
vation CI renti, iiceir, ,v.-i
Kovk Island, or-aply t depo:
F. H.Fi.CEa. AgU
L. M. Allin. Gen. Agt. Puss Dept. Uarenport.
Bl'KLINuToN KOUrK-C, B. J. KAI.
war Depot First avenue and Sixteenth t
M.J. Voting, aaent.
"t. Ljoi Express
lu ui -tipre- a
jt fiul txpre
:f 0 pn
7 :40 pm
7 55 a ai
8 :E0 pnrt
7 :N an
CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE ST. PAUL RAIL
war Racine A Southwestern Division De
pot Twentieth tret. between First and Second
avenue, E. D. W. Holmes. agent.
1 :00 :
4:4 J i-tn
Mail and Expresv
St. Paul Exyr-- . -Wt.
ROCK ISLAND PS.ORIA RAILWAY DK
pot First avenne and Twentieth street. F.
H. Rockwell, Agent.
Lbavi a amv a
8 :(f am 7:05 pm
2:) pm l:2Spra
9:10 am 3 01 pm
4 :00 pm 8 :05am
BCRLINGTGN. CEDAR RAPID A NORTII
ern railway, depot foot of Bradv-street.Dav-enport.
J.S.Hannegan, Gen.T'k't A Pas . Anent.
Taventvrt Trains. j Leave, j Arrive.
h4:5S pm;M0 45 am
'.'. l3:00 amibll:15 pm
Leave West Davenport
Wesr Liberty Trains
. t North. u h .
777; 17 : m hltl:pm
. .. alo:3 i ;m ; at 5t)aai
. . i art 4 am
. , b! :15 pm lv::iam
... 1 bl: l i m )! :15pm
aDaily. bD.it' y except Sunday. fvJoinj; north.
Goinpr Sonih and east
Ul'iSCT :i.i'.tTK to ThK
East. South And Southeast.
. j S:i am
. j 9:"x am
. ; 9 am
. 11 -IS kit.
3 :) pm
S :t4 pm
8 :57 pm
4 :31 pm
4 :55 Jm
Lv. R.ic l.ani
Prtcrt v h
PeoHA . . .
TackAonvi lie ....
:in am ;
10 :9ti pm
Ar. Rock ;r. l
...;1:10 am 3:50pir.
Accommod:inor. trains leave Rock Is'and at
:00a. m. an i 6 it) p. ra: arnve at Peorta3:50p.
m. and 1 :15 a. ra. Leave Peojia 6:00 a. m. and
7 :15p. in; arrive Rock Island 4:30 p. ra ana 1:45
All tralnsr n ivlv exreot sinnda;
All pisse -e 'rain i'riv- an? d' part ITnion
Frje Cnair , m I'M ttres i"teen rotct
islond an 1 e r:a. !.it'i direcitons
Throu?fi r:c'or- to ti! n'ni: ii'ae coecked
ttroai;ti u do-" ination
Lv. rto;is f;-ii
10 i ira
i rt.21' tm 14.0 pn;
! T... n: 1.45 yrr
Great Rock Island Route
TO THE EAST.
Best Dining Car Service in the World.
Tin- llnck Ishiml is foremost in
mloiitiiiy; any :ul vantage calculated
to iinjirnvc fH''d and rive that lux
ury, safety and comfort that jojular
patronage dfinands. Its ejui juiient
. is thoroughly eoniph-tc with vesti
huled trains. inanitiecnt dining
ears, sleepers and ehair coaches, all
the most elegant, aud of recently im
Faithful and capable management
and polite, honest service from em
ploves are important items. They
are a doul.le duty to the company
and to travelers and it is sometimes
a task dilVicult of accomplishment.
Passengers on this line will find little
cause for complaint on that ground.
The Great Mock Inland Koute runs all
regular trains to Englewood subur
ban station, close to World's Fair
"rounds, and you can save time and
Trouble by geUing oil at that point
and avoid the crowd in the city.
For full particulars as to tickets,
maps; rates, apply to any tjoupon
ticket ollice in the United Mates,
Canada or Mexico, or address:
Gen l Tkt. & Tass. A-rt., Chicago Hi.
E. St John, (Jen'l Mgr. Chicago,. Hi.
THAT MAKES GOOD BLOOD
Will completely change the Wood In your system
In three months time, and send new, rich biood
coursing through your veins. If you feel exhausted
and nervous, are getting thin and all run down,
tiilmore's Aromatic Wine, which Is a tonic and not
a beverage, will restore you to health and strength.
Mothers, nse It for your daughters. It Is the best
regulator and corrector for all ailments peculiar to
woman. It enriches the blood and gives lasting
Strength. It Is guaranteed to cure Dlarrbrea. Dys
entery, and all Bummer Complaints, and keep the
bold by all druggists for f 1 per bottle.
THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY.
Promptly and (itrniB
nently cures all forms ol
Ncrvons Weakness, Emis
sions, Spermatorrhea. Im
potency and all eflscts of
abuse or excesses; beec
prescribed over 35 year,
in thousands of caret.; is
tin nnlw ..l i .1 It 1 Anil H i 111 .
Ucf ore and After. est medicine known; ask
druggists for Wood's Phosi-hodisk: if ho offers
some worthless medicine in place of this, leave
his dihonet store, enclose price in letter and
we will send sou by return mail. Price one package
SI : six, $5; one will please, six wiil cure; pam
phlet in plain scaled envelope. 4 stamps: address
131 Woodward avenue. Detrcit Mich.
r. MKNIEK .
TTOKNSY AT LA .V Office in Mitchell .
Lynde's new block.
J Vi'k"u HL'UST,
iTTUKNIVli iTl.W . Sce lli Hot l
."V -'-ion; Kan K ; 1.1't.i' o-K 1!nrt."''
VIINS1 .. u.
imrf f lie
I Nr-KLIA'KS AT i
''ick. 1011 l'.f.r.d. IV
rinHSKY'h AT LAW Loan tcotiey t.t: ilia
tl ecaftty, mane collections. Keforer.ce, Mitel
el'.A Lyndc. :iaukei. !Soe in PoKtofflco i-ior:
VTTtlHNEY AT I. 'A Formers ot Port H
and fluriiii.- :ti- iwv yi-ars with tUe ti r
Irowriiu Bttr:k.n a' ! -5:ne, Uaa now oi i-i-n
.n o:3ce in t'i - .i litonn m onullnc. roof ".
C. J. SEIKt.!! . W !-KAKl.K
I TTOK'liv i-i : o i.i..!lnr i' Ltw ai..i
I lienor Ir. ' 'dancer. : fflci- Ktfonl's ii.k".
R, M. PEARGE.
-.oia .'Jj i rt ncnjll A Lijnuv new hloc .
OR. J. E. tfAWTHORtiE,
feeih extracted without putn by tnc
o 1716 Second avenoe. over Krell Math's
IRS. BIGKEL & SCHOEMAKEJ
. Cental Surxreons.
'i.tcfiel' t Lynde's Slock. Rooms 8 Si
Edward L. Hahkati. Clark II. Butobd.
HAM MATT & BUFOKD.
ARCHITECTS, Rock Island, 111 Offic Koora
41, Mitchell fc Lynde building.
GEO. P. STAUDTJHAB
Plans and superintendence for all'class oi
't.ru 53 and 55. Vlitchctl Jt Lym!- hnllding
DR W. W. ADAMS,
Physician and Surgeon.
I -special attention tiveu to diseases of the Eye
OfHce and residence 1112 Twentieth street.
Ollice hours: 10 to 12 a. x., 2 to 4 and T to 8
r. si. Telephone No. iWO.
Physician and Surgeon,
1131 TniKD Ave.,
Telephone 1270. Hock Island, III.
Office Hours: 10 a. m. to 12 in., 1 to 3 p. in. and
J, R. nollowbnshM, D. Geo, E, Barth, M. D.
DRS. BARTH & HOLLOWBUSH,
PHYBlCI AN8 AND SUROKONS,
Ollice 4(M23rd st. Telephone 1065
Residence T81 21st st. - 11MS
opnex unoBS :
Dr. Barth I lit, Hollowbnsh
W to 10 a.m. 10 to 12 a.m.
ltoand7to8p. m. I I to 5 and 7 to 8 p. ni.
DR. CHAS. M. ROEINSON
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Offlce McCnllongh Building, 1S4 W. 3d St.
Honrs: 9 to 11 am : 1 to 4 Dm.
J. P. My cm, M. D! . Go. W. WheelerM. D.
DRS. MYERS & WHEELER,
ar'Tf nnl im" of Women
Offlce over Krell & Math's. Telephone 1143.
orricK hours :
DB. XTERS I , DB. WHIELEE.
1 to la a. m. I 8 to 10 a. m.
2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p. ns J 1 to 8 and 7 to v V. m
tee. telephone UUb. 1 Kea. telci'lioue. 11SM).
MAor.i ir r-M a nnnAAuim . i TittU fit I'm VTmrlAnro in a. T.iffhthflilBB. 1
A Vttt'-illc Incident on tlio t'ay to the
Chur li on the IslHnd.
navinj? nitule till pn.il and t;bn.ped our
course for Elba, Xapoleon iH-canie very im
patient to see it ami nuked if we hail every
sail Bet. 1 told Lim we hatl set all that
could be of any use. lie said, "Were you
In chase of an enemy's frigate, should you
make more sail?" I looked, and seeing that
the starboard topgallant stunsail was not
set, observed that if I were in chase of an
enemy I should certainly carry it. lie re
plied that if it could be of use in that case
It might be so now. I mention this anec
dote to show what a close observer he was.
In fact, nothing escaped him. When tho
man stationed at tho masthead bailed the
deck that Elba was right ahead, he become
exceedingly impatient, went forward to
the forecastle, aud as soon as t he land could
be seen from the deck was very particular
in inquiring what colors were flying on the
lie seemed todoubt the gtM-rison's having
given in t heir adhesion to the Uourlxir.s,
and it appears not without some reason,
as they bad in fact done so only during the
E receding 48 hours, so that if we had
ad a fair wind I should have found
the island in the hands of the eueniy, and
consequently must have taken my charge
to the commander in chief, who would no
doubt have ordered us to Kngland. On
nearing Elba General Drouot, Cointe Cl'tm
(aid-de-camp to I'rinee Schwarzeubcrg)
and Lieutenant Hastings, thl lirst lieuten
ant of tho Undaunted, were sent ashore,
commissioned by Napoleon to take posses
sion of the island. Colonel CaniilK'll ac
companied them. They were conducted to
the house of General Dalheme, who bad
received orders from the provisional gov
ernment only two days lief ore, in conse
quence of which he and his troops had
given in their adhesion to Ivouis XVIII
and had hoisted the white flag. -
The general expressed his de.sire to do
whatever should lie agreeable to the em
peror. He had a book with all theauciei:t
and modern flat?? of Tuscany. He asked
my opinion of that which ho had chosen.
It was a white flag, with a red bund run
ning diagonally through it, with three bees
on the band the bees were in his arms us
emperor of France. Ho then requested mo
to allow the ship's tailor to make two oi; j
of them to lie hoisted on the luut-eries at
1 o'clock. At 2 p. m. the barge was maimed.
He lieggod me to show him the way down
the side of the vessel, which I did, and was
Boon followed by the emperor, Huron Kol
ler, Coiu,te Bert rand and Comte Clam.
The yards lcing manned, we fired a royal
salute, as did two French corvettes which
were lying in the harlnir at that time. The
ship was surrounded by bouts with the
principal inhabitants and bands of music
on lioard. The air resounded wit h shouts
of "Vive rempen ur: Vive Napoleon:'' On
landing he was received by the prefect, tho
clergy mid all the authorities, and tho keys
were presented to him on a plate, upon
which he muue u complimentary spi-ech to
the prefect, the people wcleoiuing liini with
We proei-cded to the church thrim;ih a
double file of soldiers. Hud thence' to the
Hotel do Ville, where the principal inhali
itants were assembled, with .several of
whom he conversed, lteniurking an old
soldier in the crowd (he was a sergeant. I
Ix-lieve, and wore the order of the Legion
of Honor), he culled him to him and recol
lected having given him that decoration on
the field of lattle at Kilau. The old sol
dier shed tears; the idea of Wing romem
liered by his emperor fairly overcame him.
He felt, I doubt not, that it was the proud
est day of his life. Napoleon afterward
mounted a horse, and attended by a dozen
persons visited some of the outworks, hav
ing, before leaving the ship, invited me to
dine with him at 7 'o'clock. I ordered all
my wine and stock to lie handed to him for
his use, the island licing destitute of pro
visions of that tort. Thomas L'ssher, II.
X., in Century.
An Instance off Ilorliltftrt liravery.
Secretary Herbert tells tho following:
My regiment had charged right up among
tho guns of a Union lvtttery, whose men
and horses had nearly all been killed. There
was one gun to which four horses had been
attached. The two rear horses had lieen
shot down in. harness. The two leaders
were apparently unhurt,, and on one of them
sat a lad, head erect, vigorously plying his
whip on the other horse and striving to
save his gun. He was devoting his whole
soul to that purose, utterly unmindful of
our men, who were surging about him.
He was literally like the Casablanca of
the flaming deck. I could have touched
him with my sword and was just aliout to
beg him to surrender when shots rang out
from behind me, and he dropied from his
horse, dead as ho fell. He might have saved
himself, but he seemed determined to save
that gun or die. It wtis sublime, but I can
never think of it without a shudder nt the
horrors of the sacrifices of that war.
Women Ubu C.lve Tliemtirlves HoujuetH.
"Our best customers arc plain featured
women and rich young men," remarked i
florist, gently spraying a plaque of maiden
hair fern and lilies of the valley. "All
New Yorkers buy flowers. Tiiey think no
more of paying for orchids than you do of
picking poppies in a wheat Ik Id. We fill
something like 50 regular orders a dry for
corsage bouquets of violets, and without
exception the bills are sent -to homely
women. They seem to crave beauty in somo
form, and thcra is always the chance of
creating the imp-ession that an admirer
sent the flowers.
"Another harmless but very amusing
dodge practiced hy ugly or passe laCies is to
have a box of roses directed to themselves
at home. We are told to write 'Gentleman
left no card' on our business ticket, and
after enjoying the romance of receiving ia
anonymous gift they come around aud
promptly but privately settle up for
charges.'" Iirooklyn Eagle.
The British museum contains many rare
and beautiful snuffboxes of the last cen
tury, plain and enameled, made of papier
niache, horn, silver and gold, simple and
complicated, large aud small. Curious ma
terials were sometimes used in tho manu
facture of thesa boxes. Some 00 years auo
potato snuffboxes were in common uso.
They were made of itato pulp, which,
mixed with some glutinous material, was
pressed into molds, dried, varnished and
slightly fired. The best quality of potato
boxes was made at Brunswick, and hence
they were sometimes known as Eruaswick
boxes. Charleston News and Courier.
Turning Itnst to Good Advantage.
A Hessian lieutenant by the name of
Ludwig von Siegen noticed the effect of the
dew upou his gun barrel, which had be
come rusted from the dampness. Soma
time after he experimented upon the dis
covery and obtained what Is now known as
mezzotints. In the year 1043 be engraved
portrait of Princess Amelia of Hesse by
Its application. Boston Herald.
A Ltttl Girl's Experience in a Lighthouse
Mr. and Mrs. Loren Treseott are
keepers of the Gov. Lighthouse at
Sand Hcaeh, Mich, and are blessed
with a daughter, four years old. Last
April she was taken down with
measles, followed with a dreadful
eoiifih and turning- into a fever.
Doctors at home and at Detroit treat
ed her, but in vain, she grew worse
rapidly, until she was a mere "hand
ful o- bones." Then she tried Dr.
King's New Discovery and after the
use of two and a half bottles, was
completely cured. They say Dr.
King's New Discovery is worth its
weight in gold, yet you may try a
bottle free at HaVtz & Ullemeyer's.
STKKNUTIl AND HEALTH.
If von are not feeling strong and
healthy, try Electric Hitters. If "La
Grippe" has left you weak and weary,
use Electric Hitters. This remedy
acts directly on liver, stomach and
kidneys, ge'ntly aiding tliese. organs
to perform their functions. If you
are afflicted with sick headache, you
will tind speedy and a permanent re
lief by taking Electric Hitters. One
trial w ill convince you that this is
the remedy you need. Large bottles
only 50c, 'at'llartz & Ullemeyer's.
BLCKLESS AKNICA SALVE.
The best salve in the w orld for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum
Fever sores, tetter, chapped hands,
chilblains, corns, and all skin erup,
tions, and posi .ively cures piles or
no pay required, it is guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction, or numey
refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
For sale by Hartz & Ullemeyer
When Baby was sick, we pnvw hit fastorla.
When flib was a Child, she criil for tistoria.
When she became IUiN, she clund t- Castoria.
When sha had Cl ildreu, she gave them Castotia.
Children Cry for
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
bowels each day. Most people need
to use it.
Chi 'ceT; Cry for
Pitcher's Castfrc la.
Coughing leads to consumption.
Kemp's Balsam will stop the cough
Cii,!dres. Cry for
Economy docs not mean stinginess, but
the art of making the most and best of the
means and materials at hand.
COL. C. W. DEAN.
SUNSTRUCK IN BATTLE !
PH. MILES MEDICAL CO., Etktiabt,
Isd. I must say tho Kentoratlve Nervine
nml Nerve and Liver l'illa have done me
roll YEARS I HAVE NOT FELT A3
WELL AS NOW.
The starting poirt of my disenso wns a
M.nstroko receivej in battls before 1'ort
lliKlKon. Louisiana, June Hth, lms. Vp to
the time of beginning to take lr. Allies'
Hfk Reiuedie-s I had bait a con-
tinual distractiii!; pain in my
bead; ulfto, weak spells, nml Hie pnM four
years I have hail to give up everything
of an aetlvo character, nnrl stay in tlie.
lioiine for I rt r E niontb. at
m t I iii r; V KJ II EL- eon 11 not.
wilk across tb nfreet. I KNOW YOl'll
Ki:lK.IlKS HAVE CJTItEO ME. anil tbat
lb cun will b permanent. Several
hero are using your remedies, and all speuk
well of them. Yours trulv.
COL C KV. DEAN,
National Military Home, L'ayton, O.
IK. MILES'NERVTNE is the roopt cer
nin cure for Headache, Neuralgia, Nerv
ous I'rontrntion, Dizziness, Spasms, Sleep
lon.. Dullness, lilues. and Opium
Labit. Contaum no opiates or tlaiiKero.i!i ilru".
Sold on a Positive Guarantee.
OA. MILES' PI LLS, CO Doses 25 Cts.
.-l'jitey 'Iruuuttii, etc,
i'rnir.. No C U. l. Cirenl :
r;r?? as abnvo for fvmpii.
Skint It? , JLvra-lw.'.; .i---.- il
SAULl O ( fairi '.: I i;i-'fl'euKfion 1' ,
.Krco4Str ' ihe moKtdfifi;ii' ftl nnd ilurni .'
''Ruiiift fall odors for tlin hi.Drtkercliiot. 1
t-II?S SJKKO! Q -'-iC CO.i Wil-,viui(e' Wig. i
MKTRO POIylTA N
Cor. Michigan Ave and Vonroe St. CHXAG0.
THOROUGH INSTRUCTION. CHOP DOARniNC.
lgantfireproo'buildinr A . .
Insane Persons Restore
Dr.KtlNE 8 GREAT
rVBKATffr&Nitiiv Diskasks. Onys-w
(NPALLIRLTt if tken a direr td A'f afttr
nrst .i v s u. Treitiie an-i Ji fri-tl h-nt'e free to
'" i -.its. t'iry p-.v rvf exprr.-! rx. vs on ' 'i whn
-. 1 -s. ( 4 - an I a-MriS nt
i i - : Kt .iHi-,d i-rii.Pv
r. U r
SlhSftfTT235 Wis' Street
, ia : r-tf!l
, .... ill or
" DISEASES OF WOMEN AND CHILDREN,"
a book wcrtk dollars, tent sealed for loc.
Reader, suffering from any complaint
jvorth everything to yon. betters for
Been l)y our in.iciriiiu3 iiuij. iaih-i hum
I'rojinetoror of ifce Diady etreet
UB C SS EI rT-
dil klnile of Cut Flowers constantly on Imnu.
One block from Central pnrk. the lanieit In
Carpenter and Builder,
OFFICE, NO: 221 .SIXTH AVENUE.
Shop on Vine Street.
City 'Bus and
Telephone Rock Island or Harper Hotels for 'bus or -xpi9P
wagon and you will
SEIVERS & ANDERSON.
CONTRACTORS and BUtLiJiiR-
All Kinds or Carpenter Wdrk Done.
General Jobbing done on i"Dort notice and f ausruc'tcm L'uur:i.imi
Qio n.ni Shon 1'H Twelfth Street. IUjvk l-LANLi
OTjio itd bho,. 225 E'lrhtcecth Strict.
rV"1'.' Mr.ds of canonic -ork aarerialtj.
STATE SAVINGS BANK.
offlce Corner Fifteenth street and Third Ave.
Su -ceerts the Moline Savings cai.K. Orcanized 186U
5 Per CENT INTEREST . AID ON DEPOSITS.
Organized under State Laws.
Ojen from 9i.rn.to3p m., and Wednesday and
Saturday nights from7to8pm
Pouter Skikhkr. - - President
H. A. Aimsworth, - - Vice-President
J. F. Hkmknwat, ... cashier
di rectors :
Porter Skinner. W.W. Wells,
O. A. Rose, H . A. Ainsworth.
ii. II. Edwards. W. H. Adams.
Andrew Friberfr. . F. Htmcuway,
REAL ESTATE LOANS
made tor private parties in the carden
spot of the west by the
Orchard State Bank
of OUCH AUD. NEBRASKA.
E. V. Dart. President.
J. S. Dart Cashier.
Mitchell & Lynde, Bankers.
J. F. Kolitnson, Cashier Kock Island National
. C. Carter, V. D.
lenry Unit's Sons, Wholesale Uroers.
. Corrcsuondence olicited.
Corner Cottaee Grove Avenue and Sixty.fourth
Street. Only five minutes from World's Fair.
5 npcii ir Dining Room. Elcva'eJ Railroad.
NowOpjn. Ratc-4 Moderate. European.
Vm. N. Pelouze, Supt.
Broadway, Cor. Prince St.. New York City.
Rclltted and renovated uader new management,
on the Europctn plm.
Room rates Si a day and npward.
Kef tan rant equal to tho bcit in the city at mod
street cars from all R. It. stations aud steam
boat aud ferry landings pass the door.
U1LDUE1 II & ALLEN, P-rp's.
World's Fair, Chicaco
IVAFl Calumet Avenue and 2th Str".
Mil H s as Kli-pproof; 244 rooms; lie Kair
w (irounds; bathK on every floor.
nBalMMM American and Rnropoan pluna.
RHljRRflBT to Ci a day. First-vlaos family
UftlflUflUr B tootol. Wntoforclicular.
he PULLMAN HOTEL
5lh St. and Waiihiiiirton Ave.
Three blocks from main entrance.
Best of K. K. a nd street car service.
First-class cafti. Ratesl to $i0 par
persoa. Writy for circular.
Mlir.c n f I b
vs. j i n n lninii'-, ).. Tft
develoimieut and thus prevents liv.,,.',
Sustains and soothes ih-rrn,t,!,,i
Women, l,auste( VoM,'..'
ami iireveuts prulaiisus.
Cures J'aljutalion. Slrf,,,.
Iiess, nervous lireakiiu; tw' ,,,'"
lireventiti'i insanity), iirividiii; :.
Chaiite of JJfe, nml a i"a.. .'j
happy old age.
bernliar to the female sex, ZOA-I'IK i
adviee, marked "Consulting Ii iiartnicnt
lit u, V.ULJ1 Kff J', HaI,-ll;t, Jj j, j
301 braily street, lavet,,.,r, is
ROCK I8LNI). ILL.
receive prou-pt attention.
M LAKE & SPENCER, Props
i'ismircu cM:ii(ia ffm!! "
Xepreseote. amone other c'.mt-ir'.rl ita
knoim Firelnsurance Comviiijict be .'oi:cn:i.
Royal Insarance Company, of Er.nsLd.
Weechester Fire In. Comanvcf S". Y.
Buffalo German Ins. Co.. BufV.o. X. V.
Rochester German Ins. Co., Hoctcr, N. V.
iituens ins. Co., or Fittsanvn. Pa.
onn Fire Office. London.
Union ins. Co., of California.
Security Ins. Co.. New Haven. Ct.i.
Milwaukee Mechanics Ins. Oo.,M.:waskee.Ki
Herman Fire Ins. Co.,of Por:a.I::,
Office Cor. 18th St., and Second Ave
ROCK ISLAND. ILL
"THE OLD RELIABLE."
HAYES & CLEAVELAXBI
Repreernting over 40 MiHii'ii Do.it.
of Ca.-h a??ets
Fire, Life. Torna-io.
Bonds of Suretyship.
OFFICE !i:u 21, Mitclio'll Lyn.!t'r I.
ck Island, 1!;.
taSecure our rates; they w.il :nte :e-.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . .
The old Fire and Time tried Co-.; i--1-represented.
Losses Promptly Paii
Rates as low a any reliable c' '; ' 1C1'- "
oar Fatrouace is .e'-'-e".
Wjvs'lies every tiling from 1
fe'ilk handkercliief t a w
teut; Lacecnrtains a epecia-
No. 1724 THIH1 AV
A. M. & L. J. PAKKE