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THE AEGUS, TUESDAY, AUGUST S, 1893.
CHlCaUO, BOCIBLANDA PA' .- rIC KAIL
way Depoteornei Fifth avenr.e and Th'rty
ant street. Frank U. Plemmer, .
wouncu JbiBlIs Mmneso-1
t Day Express f
Kansas City IT Kxpresv
f Tsshim?ton Express
Omaha and Denver Wit-1
bale Express (
Kansas City Limited
Stuart-Rock Island Exire
St. Paul and Minneapolis
Kaosas City and St. Joe
:5 am' 4
45 am 7
.45 atu 3
: Vj am 11
:) pm1 s
:17 am 9
40 am !?
Des Moines, Omaha & L'n I
j :40am 10:36.pm
Daily, to iuet't. :n:m wen. JAPnl!
man sleeping car ia sidetracked atDavemiort
and taken to Chicaeo daily by this fain. Ihii
car la read for ncciipaccv at p. m r"or reser
vation of "herth. tickets, etc., telephone lUKS
Kock Island, or apply at depot.
F. B.Pi.rsinEB. AgU
L. M Allis. Gen. Airt. Ps. Dept. Oarenjiort.
BURLINGTON ROUTE-C B. V. RA1.
way Depot Firs', avenue and Bix'-eenth t
51. J. Younsc, aent.
TRAINS. hatb. 1 ttii'l
Loot Express KAOaa, T:40pm
It. Uol depress 1 7-40 pm 6:40 an
t Paul Express -- :to pm 7 54 n
Beardstown Passenger. S:f0pm. lo:45am
otorHnt; Passes : 7:air 6:50pm
Savanna Passenger ft::Wam' 5:Cpm
,-HICAGO. MILWAUKEE A ST. PAUL RA1L
S way Racine A Southwestern Division De
pot Twentieth sweet, between First and Second
avenue. E. D. W. Holmes, atrent.
TRAINS. Lsavs jAB.ar.Tk.
Mail and Kxprese 7:00 ao "9 30 m
St. Paal Express 4 4)pm 11:4 s
Ft. Accommodation '-A), 01 r,m
ROCK ISLAND PEORIA RAILWAY DS
pot First avenoa and Twentieth street. ?.
H. Rockwell, Agent.
TRAINS. Lbavs Am
Fast Mall Express , am 7:05 p:a
Express ! 2:10 pm 1 AS pm
Cable Accommodation j 9:10 am 3 0) pm
" 4:00 pm Vit m
URLINGTON. CEDAR RAPIDS 4 NORTH
ern railway, depot foot of Brady street. Dav
enport. J.E.HanneK.n, Gen.T'kl & Pas. Aitent.
Davenport Trains. Leave. Arri'e.
Passenger I bt:55 pm 10 45 am
Freight MOO am I Ml :15 pm
Leave West Davenport.
West Liberty Train
al0:3ipm a4 SMan
' a 45 am
M :15 pm t:niiam
b9:15j.m ! hi :15pm
aDaily. bDatly except Sunday. "Going north.
Goinjr South and ea.i
MOel DIRECT BOUTS TO THE
East. South and Southeast.
Lv. Rock Island 8:0b am 8:30 pm
At. Orion 8:4ft am 8:04 pm
CamOrtdjie 918 am 3:27 pm
Galva 9:38 am 3:57 pm
Wyoming 10:11am 4:Mpm
Prlnceville 110:30am 4:56pm
Peoria '11:15 am 5:40 pm
m . .
10 :90 pm
6t. Louis ... .
. 4-0C pm
. 9:50 pm;
J 3:50 pm
. . 6:55 pmj
: 7:10 pm,
.i 1:20 am!
. i 7:80 pm:
. 11 :00 pm
12 08 nt
10: 00 am
7 : 35am
Lv. Peoria 10:10 am 3:50 pm
At. Rock Island 1:95 pm 7:05 pm
Accommodation trams leave Ro-k Island at
:00 a. m. and t.20 p. m : arrive at Peoria 1 :50 p .
m. and 1 :15 a. ro. Leave Peojia 8:00 a. m. and
7 :15 p. m; arrive Rock Island 4:00 p. m and 1:95
All trains Tin da'ly except 8 and ay.
All passenger trains arrive and "depart Union
Free Chair earon Fast Exprees rtetween Rock
Islond and Peoria, both directions.
Through tickets to all points ; baggage caecked
through to destination.
' .lft am
10 JO am
4. is i pm
5 40 pm
Lv. Rock Island . n..
Arr. Reynolds.... ...
... j 0.2 am 11.50 pm
... I 7.01) am 1.45 pm
. . J ?.y am 5.00 pm
1 ... ' 1t .a. t
Great Rock IslandlRoute
TO THE UAST.
Best Dining Car Service in the World.
The Kock Island is foremost in
adopting any advantage calculated
to improve speed and give that lux
ury, safety and comfort that popular
patronage demands. Its equipment
"jj thoroughly complete with vesti
buled trains, niagniiicent dining
cars, sleepers and chair coaches, all
the most elegant, and of recently im
Faithful and capable management
and polite, honest service from em
ployes are important items. They
ire a double duty to the company
and to travelers and it is sometimes
a task difficult of accomplishment.
Passengers on this line will find little
cause for complaint on that ground.
The Great Kock Island Route riins all
regular trains to Englewood subur
' -ion, close to World's Fair
. u. , and you can save time and
irouble by getting off at that point
nd avoid the crowd in the city.
For full particulars as to tickets,
maps, rates, apply to any coupon
ticket office in the United States,
Canada or Mexico, or nddroF:
"- t- & Pass. Agt., Chicago, 111.
E. S.r John, Gcn'l Mgr. Chicago 111.
nans. 0c WF ;
THAT MAKE S GOOD BLOOD
Wm completely ebanfs the blood m toot system
In three months time, and send new, rich blood
coomnfr through yoar .-ems. is yoa feel exhausted
and nervous, are pett:ng thin and all run down,
GUmore's Aromatic Wi ae, which Is a tonic and not
beverafre, will restor- yon to health and strength.
Mothers, nse it for j- 'Or danghters. It Is the best
regulator and corrector for all aliments peculiar to
woman. It enriches tie blood and gives lasting
Strength. It Is guaran eed to cure Diarrhea, Dvs.
entery, and all bummer Complainta, and keen the
bold by a.l dmgglsta for 81 per bottle.
THE GREAT ESGLISH REMEDY.
Promptly and perma
nently cures ail forms of
Nervous Weakness, Emis
sions, Spermatorrhea. Im
potency and all effects of
abuse or ezcesses; beet
prescribed over 35 yean
in thousands of case: is
n,-fnre.niul titrr ,UK "D:y rename ana non
druggists for Wood's 1h -sfhodine: if he offers
some worthless medicine in place of this, leave
his dishonet store, ei. close price in letter anc
we will send you by reti rn mail. Price one package
81 : six. $5 : one will pi -ate. six will curt; pam
phlet in plain sealed en -elope, i stamps; address
WOOD CHEMICAL CO..
131 Wood wan: avenue. Detroit Mich.
Lttr-ey nt Uw-OSm in Mitchell Jt
t Lynje's new block
JACKSON & HURST,
kitnrneyis t !, office in Rock Island
I National Bank bui:diog. Rock Island, 111.
I. D. WE XT. C. V. WALKIB.
SWEENEY & WALKER.
Attorney. art I'anasiisr. at Law
office in Bencston's biock, Kock Island. 111.
C. J. 8XAF.LE. S. W. SIABig.
SEARLE ec SEARLE.
Atnrn-v it ' ellora at l.aw
and Ho'iritori in Coancery; oftce Biiford'i
block, Kock Island.
McENIRY tz McENIRY.
Altorarys at Uw-Loan monev on good
O. t??IttJ'i make collections. Reference,
Mitchell Lj-nde, tanlers. Office in Postoffice
S- W. ODELL.
Attoraey ai Uw-Formerly of Port Byron,
and during the past t o years with the firm of
Browning & Eutriken at ohne, baa now opened
is ofnre in th i vnlrnrm k.i.i..
. . UHI1U1(;. ruuui 3, ai
R. U. I'EARCE,
oomS3 in Mitchell 4 Lynde'anew bloca
OR. J. E. HAWTHORNE.
Teeth extracted without pain by the lc
No 1718 Second avenne. over Ere 11 Math's.
3as. BICKEL & SCHOEMAKER
Mttchel" & Lynde's Block. Rooms 29-81
Edward L. Hamsati. Clabk H. Bupobd.
HA MM ATT & BUFORD.
ARCHTTEC TS, Rock Is and. Til . Office-Koom
41, Jlitchell 4 Lynde building.
GEO. P. STAUDUHAR
Place and auperintenCenoe for all'ciass ol
Rooms 53 and 58, Mitchell A Lynde bnildini:
DR. W. W. ADA1HS,
Physician and Surgeon.
Special attention given to diseases of the Eye
Office and residence 312 Twentieth e:reet.
Office hours: lOtolia jt., 2 to 4 and 7 to 8
P. Jt. Telephone No. 12n9.
Physician aid Surgeon,
1134 Third Ave.,
Telephone 1270. 1 ock Island, III.
Office Hours : 10 a. m. t 12 m., 1 to 8 p. m. and
at night. .
J. R. Hollowbush, M. D, Geo, E, Barth, M. D.
DRS. BARTH & HOLLOWBUSH
DflTSIPlANS AND SURGKONS,
Omce40iiardst. Telephone 1065
ofpicc lie cbji:
Dr. Barth I lr. Uollowbnsh
9 to 10 a. m. 10 to 12 a. m.
ltoand7 to8p, m, -1 to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m.
DR. CHAS. M. ROEINSON
Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat
Office HcCallough Builc ing, m W. 8d St.
. DAVENPORT, IA.
Bonn: 9 to 11 am: 1 to 4 Dm. .
' Tf- Mtbbs, M. D. Go. W. Whxbi.br, m. D
DRS. MYERS &
stnrcrr sad Dmeaies of Wansa
Office over Krell tc MathM. Telephone 1148.
opricx ho use:
DB. UVEBM I DR. WHEELER.
Dtola. m. j 8 to 10 a.m.
2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p. ni. 1 1 to 8 and 7 to p. m
Has. telephone 12U0. i es. telephone, 1190.
WHY THE VIOLET CAME TO BE HIS
EMBLEM OF GOOD FORTUNE.
A Romantic Narrative of How the 5Ian of
Deatiny Came to lie Chosen to Bring Or
der Unt of CThaoa In the French Republic
The Violet's Part.
It is France in ITSH. The month 13 May,
and mother nature has just awakened from
their winter's sleep the flowers, the loveli
est of her children. After such a storm as
history seldom records the last waves of
tha revolution are anllenly beating upon
the land of the Burgundy rose and Bour
bon lily. By a quick combination of the
old royalists and Jacobins the new conven
tion of Paris, though preferred by the peo
ple, is likely to be beaten by the mob. The
96 wards of the city on the Seine are ablaze
with passion. The women who dipped
their handkerchiefs in the blood that spurt
ed under the knife of the guillotine when
the last of the unbroken line of the Louises
died in the Place of Peace are full of sav
agery of the ancient days, and nothing but
the red stream flowing anew can quench
their mad thirst. The convention is in ses
sion. It is awed by the old royalist armies
and the newer national guards.
One commander after another has gone
over either in person or spirit to the ene
mies of peace. Barras, who leads the con
vention, is aiert and ready, full of the fer
tility of expedients that characterizes the
Latin race, but he can see 110 hote. The
republic is lot. and michty France, whose
traditions of honor and trlory tor a thou
sand years have had onu unbroken line in
hhstory, is to lose her place anions t tie na
tions at last, tor who siiail be her dcliwrer
from the awful cruelty cf htr own unnat
The shadows of the soft May day were
growing longer when Barras, the people's
champion, left the heated hall of the con
vention for a little rest and thought, and
his steps led him to the salon of a woman
famous in those day, for she was beauti
ful, well born and patriotic, whom he ten
derly loved. She was alone, and together
they spoke of the nation's danger, of the
fear which filled each heart that the life cf
the republic might soon run out in a stream
"There is no longer a leader among us,
chere amie," said the great statesman and
orator whose fervor ar.d passion had so
touched the people's hearts. "The end has
"Never despair. Perhaps the good God
may help us." softly replied the gracious
woman who was so dear to him a woman
to fill the ideal of such a man as her lover
was; a woman brave with 6weet heroism,
tender and true.
"Bah! that good God: He is lona in
coming," said Barras. He had learned his
theology from the great orator of the
mountain, who died saying, "Sprinkle me
with perfumes and crown me with flowers,
for death is but an eternal sleep."
"Nay, believe it not, mon ami," she soft
ly whispered, "help will come."
"And you say you have no leader?" she
spoke after a long silence in a musing
way, thinking aloud. "Who are your com
manders, then "here is that droll little
man yoa presented to me at Mme. de
S tad's the other evening? He seemed to
have brains and courage, too. that little
"Pardie," said Barras, springing into
new life. "Belle amie, you have given me
a thought that may yet save France!"
They talked very seriously for a few min
utes, and he returned to the convention
full of a new hope. But before he left the
salon he had written a little note addressed
to "The general of the brigade. Napoleon
Buonaparte" (who spelled his name thus
until after his coronation as emperor), pray
ing his immediate presence at the conven
tion, and a trusty servant was charged to
deliver it personally into M. Buonaparte's
hands and not to fail.
"I have sent for you, M. Buonaparte,"
said Barras an hour later to the small, pale
faced man with whom he was earnestly
talking, "because you are our last hope,
and I will now present you to the conven
tion." "Can you restore peace and order?" said
the president to the young man before him.
The members looked curiously on and lis
tened. "So France has come to this," whispered
one gTaybeard to his neighbor, "that her
life and fate lie in the hands of a youth of
23" (who looked even less than his age),
"only 5 feet 2 inches in stature, with hair
combed low on his brow like a woman's.
"I am perfectly aware of the difficulties
in the path, but I am accustomed to suc
ceed," said the young man, speaking with
a strong Italian, or rather Corsican, accent.
"But one thing I must insist upon. It is
that I am not to be embarrassed by orders.
I must have supreme command. That U
And, bowing low to the people's repre
sentative, the little, pale man, but 5 feet 2
in stature, with gray brown eyes and
banged hair, left the hall, and the conven
tion with closed doors proceeded to con
sider his proposition.
As Buonaparte left the hall Barras fol
lowed him for a last word. "Go to your
rooms and remain there," said the politi
cian in quick speech to the young officer,
"and I will send you the result as soon as
"It must Ijeall or nothing," answered the
Just then a flower girl came up to them
with her basket full of fragrant violets, and
Barras bought a bouquet for the woman he
loved. The little man's eyes softeued.
"They always remind rue somehow of
home," he murmured apologetically as he
gave the seller a sou and took a tiny bou
quet. A thought struck Barras.
"Go to tht salon of Mme. ," said he,
"and remain there until 10. If I succeed
for you, she will send you a violet."
The young officer went as he was told. It
was early, hours before the time of recep
tion, but he was admitted. The salon was
empty. Alone the young Corsican paced
the spacious room. It was T, then half past,
then 8. At last the clock in the hall began
to strike off 9. As its chimes ceased a serv
ant entered the room with a billet.
"For the General Buonaparte, from Mme.
," said the man as he withdrew.
Rather listlessly Buonaparte opened it,
and, lo! it contained only a violet!
How the young man crushed out the mob
in awful slaughter with cannon volleys;
how 10 years thereafter, having changed the
map of Europe, when he assumed the im
perial purple, his coronal robe was embroid
ered in violets, and how 11 years later the
sun of Austerlitz went down forever in the
clouds of battle smoke that hung heavy
over the plain of Waterloo all this is his
tory! But from the hour of his first glory
until the last the violet was the flower the
mighty Corsican loved best of all. It had
told him first of his comiug renown; it was
the only flower that ever bloomed at St.
Helena over his lonely grave. Chicago
THE VICE OF GREGARIOUSNESS.
The Modern Tendency Is Toward Cen
tralisation of Social Life.
In the heart of a crowded city, in the hot
month ot August, I once i.:et a woman
whom I had known some 10 years before as
a resident at oneot the most beautiful spots
in what is perhaps the most beautiful
county of New England. She told me that
she now lived, all the year round, in a big
boarding house on square. "Fourteen
lines of horse cars," she continued, not
without pride, "pass the door, and there
are two large hotels nearly opposite."
"Good God, madam," I could not help ex
claiming in pity, "how you must pine for
the country!" "Pine for it!" she answered
in astonishment. "Why, the folks wanted
me to come up and visit them this sum
mer, but I couldn't bear to leave the city.
And I forgot to tell you," she added, with
the air of one who caps the climax, "there's
a brass band that practices twice a week in
the building next door."
When I heard all this, I still pitied the
woman, but for a different reason. Her
case, I take it, was a typical one. She was
simply a victim to what I shall venture to
call the national vice of undue gregarious
ness. This vice or habit, if the reader
prefers that term is a characteristic of the
age. It begins to attack even the morose
and healthy nature of John Bull, but obvi
ously its manifestations are most common
and most extreme in our own country.
Many proofs of this statement will at
once occur to the reader the railroad cars
in which we travel, the apartments in
which we live, the continual exodus from
the farm to the village and from the vil
lage to the town, the form which our
amusements take, and, above all, the im
mense development of clubs. Almost
every function of modern life is discharged
through the medium of a club. To dine in
a crowd, to be charitable in a crowd, to go
out In a crowd to view the face of nature,
and, perhaps, greatest absurdity of all, to
read poetry in a crowd such are the ambi
tions of a typical American.
I believe that there are in existence so
cieties of drunkards not for legitimate
purposes of conviviality, but with the weak
intention of reforming in a body. There is
certainly a club of persons whose bond of
union Is a desire to free themselves from
the dreadful vice of procrastination, and I
have observed advertisements of "Rest
Classes" at the seashore for clergymen and
schoolteachers. There are immense sum
mer towns or camps on Cape Cod where
people are herded together almost as close
ly as the occupants of a tenement house in
the city, aud this for pleasure. H. C. Mer
win in Atlantic,
A Million Friends.
A friend in need is a friend indeed,
and not less than one million people
have found just such a friend in Dr.
King's New Discovery for consump
tion, eou jhs and colds. If you have
never used this great couph medi
cine, one trial will convince you that
it has wonderful curative powers in
all diseases of throat, chest anil
lunp. Each bottle is guaranteed to
do all that is claimed or money will
be refunded. Trial bottles at Hartz
& Ullemeyer's drug store. Large
bottles oOcand tl-
We desire to say to our citizens
that for years we have been selling
Dr. King's New Discovery for eon
sumption. Dr. King's New Life pills,
Bucklin's Arnica salve, and Electric
bitters, and have never handled rem
edies that sell as well, or that have
given such universal satisfaction.
We do not hesitate to guarantee them
every time, and we stand ready to
refund the purchaser's price, if satis
factory results do not follow their
use. These remedies have wontheir
great popularity on their merits.
Hartz & Ullemeyer. druggists.
BUCKLES'S ARNICA SALVE.
The best salve in the world 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 money
refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
For sale by Hartz & Ulleruever
As Practical as Usual.
Poor Man Well, did you buy that book
telling all about how to economize in the
Wife Yes, I've got it.
Poor Man That's good What does it
Wife It's full of recipes telling how to
utilize cold roast turkey, but we haven't
the turkey. Amusing Journal.
1 erils of Mode n Lif ?.
Contacts with electric wires, railroad acci
dents, broken car and elev.tor cables, explosions
of gleam, natural ga and chemicals, poisons In
adulterated food and drink are a few; bnt all
these dangers conbined do not kill as rapidly as
slow and lure c nsumptioa. The death rate,
however, from consumption, is being yearly cot
own Hnce Dr. He-ce, f Buffalo. N, T.. has
given to the world his ce'ebrated "Gelden Medi
e 1 P'scovery," a cure for consumption and
throat and lurg troubles ihit lead 'o consump
tion, if taken in time and given a fair rial. The
tia e to Cure consumption (which Is really noth
ing more or less than lung scrofula), is in the
first stages A cough generally sounds the
alr-n, and you should take the "Discovery" at
once. There is a time when it is too late.
When Baby was sick, we gv ner .astorta.
When r-he was a Child, she cried for Cantoris.
When she became Slias, she clung to Castorfa,
When she had Children, she gavethetn Cantoris,
Children Cry for
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
bowels each day. Most people need
to use it.
Chi.G're.1 Cry for
Coughing leads to consumption.
Kemp's Balsam will stop the cough
Children Cry for
"DISEASES OF WOMEN AND CHILDREN,"
too avert dollars, tent sealed for 10c
Header, suffering from p.ny complaint peculiar to the female sei, Z0A-I'l!i,;; j.
worth everything to yon. Letters for advice, marked "Consulting Departing:
seen by our phvsicians only. ZOA-PH0EA CO., H. G. COLMAX, Sec y, Kalamaz .,,. v,.
s EI VERS & ANDERSON.
CONTRACTORS and BUlLUERb
All Kinds or Carpenter Work Done.
'General jobDint; done on short notice and saoeracrlon eoaranteed
iHo- ' Twelfth Street KOCK ISLAND
' is overwork
makes no difference what kind. Using
Keasy and inferior soaps is one road
premature d&ay sore hands
sore hearts clothes never clean.
Not so when
is used. Cheerfully proceeds the
labor of wash-day with health and
long life assured. Hands all right
hearts light clothes pure and white
as a Greenland snowdrift.
JAS. S. K1RK& CO.. Chicago.
Dusty Din ! Tar Soap.
Mftkr the kU ftf
Represents, among other time-tried and well
known Fire Insurance Companies, the following:
Royal Insurance Company, of England.
Wescheter Fire Ina. Company, of JJ. Y.
Buffalo German Ics. Company, Buffalo. N. T.
Rochester German Ins. Co., hochetter, N. Y.
Citizens' Irs. Co., of Pittsburg, Pa.
Sun Fire Office, London.
Union Ins. Co., of California.
Secarily Ins. Co., New Haven. Conn.
Milwaukee Mechanics Ins. Co., Milwaus.ee.
German Fire Ins. Co., of Peoria, 111.
Office Cor. ISth St. and 2d Ave.
Rock Island, III.
"THE OLD RELIABLE."
HAYES & CLEAVELAND
Ret. resenting over 40 Million Dollars
of Cash assets
ire. Life. Tornado.
Bands of Suretyship.
OFFICE Room 21, Mitchell A Lynde's block
&ock Island, Ills.
ISST'Secure onr rates; they will interest you.
J M. BUFORD,
General . .
The old Fire and Time-tried Companies
Losses Promptly Paid.
Rates at low ss any reliable company rsn afford
Your Patronage ie solicited.
Washes everything from a fine
silk handkerchief to a circus
tent; Lace cnrtainB a specialty.
No. 1724 THIRD AVE
A. M. & L. J. PARKER,
Telephone No. 1214
Becurt-5 to u 1 n L j K l'aini(vs. .-r'-development
and thu prevents !if, .i;
weakness. ' "
Sustains and soothes ih-eriri,i r
Women, Exhausted Motf,
and prevents prolapsns. '
Cores Palpitation, Slc-i, ...
ness, nervous breaking dimu
preventing insanity), providin- r,
Change of Life, and a 1. .:. 7,
happy old age.
STATE SAVINGS BA272.
Office Corner Fifteenth street and Ti.rd At.
Succeeds the Moline Savings banc, ijtciz ir-z
5 PerCOT IJTEEESI .'AID OS HEM.
Organised nnder State Laws.
Open from 8 a. m. to 3 p m and Wedsc;.!?; iz'.
Saturday nighte from7to ?j.ai
Pobtxb Eiixiir, - Pre
H. A. Aibswobth. - - V'icc--Prc
J. F. Hikes: wat. - - tri;e:
Porter Skinner. W.W. We!,
C. A. Rose, 'I. A. Atnswort.
Q. H. Edwards, W. H. Adam.
Andrew Pnberg, -. F. HeratLwy,
REAL ESTATE LOANS
made for private parties in the car;.;
spot of the west by the
Orchard State Bank
of OUCUARB, NEBRASKA.
E. W. Dabt. President,
J. 8. Dabt Ca.-ti.c-.
Mitchell A Lynde. Bankers.
J. P. Robinson, Cashier Rock Inland Naucci
C. C. Carter, w . D.
Henry Dait's Sons, Wholesale Grocrs .
Corner Cottage Grove avenue and Sutv-fo:
street. Only 5 minutes from worldVfair.
Superior dining room; elevated railroad.
Now open. Rates moderate. European.
W. N. Pklocse, ::;
Broadway, Cor. Prince St.. New York ';:
Refitted nd renovated nnder new ni.iia.vn
on the European pUn.
Room rau-s $1 a day and npwnrd.
Restaurant rnntl tit the K..bt : th. r'ti. ,t
street cars from all R. R. stations and sua::
boat and ferry landings pass the door.
UILDRBTII A ALLEN. V-?-?.
World's Fair, Chicaco.
ftfavpg Calnmet Avenue and fcxb Street.
Nil I s B a Fireproof; 244 rooms: near I-air
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FUR IThree blocks from main entrance,
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CTwaiatton ot brain nerve (ormi excaMstwlndii
CTeUos, aa nervous debility. sleepfemMas, Unrur,
ftMwnatlsm, kidney, liver and bladder oompuu-bi,
lame back, lumtxgo, aoiatiea, all female eompunu,
reiwnu 111 health, etc. This eleemo Belt couuuu
vti.i.irsj IfnwMU ever all other. Current ia
""""V 'eJtW wsarer or we forfeit 00.00, J) I
Will cure aU of the above disease or tVpir. tbou
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after all other remedies failed, and ws give btutUieii
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potest boon evrr offered weak men, ruts
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8ANDE ELECTRiO CO..
So. S8 Mlate (street, tiUCAUO, ILLS. J
Cor. Michigan Ae and Manroe St. CHICAGO.
THOROUGH INSTRUCTION. CHIAS tJOAROINS.
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