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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, AUGUST 14, 189a.
THE TRAYELEKS' ttUIDE.
CHICAGO, BOC& ISLAND PACIFIC KAIL
way Ipoieo reel Fifth avenue and Thirty
Irat street. Frank H. Plummet, azent.
council Blntta Minneso-
ta Day Express
Kansas City Day Kxpreaa. ..
Omaha and Denver Vesti-1
.: am 4:45 am
10:50 pm 6:12 am
7:45 ami 7:46 pm
8.45 am! 3. "JO am
4:5ii am ll;Wpm
5:H0pm 0:00 am
6:17 am 9:05 pm
:W am 8 :35pm
Btnart-Rock Inland Express
PL Paul and Minneapolis....
Kansas City and St . Joe
Des Moines, Omaha A Lin-1
Dally. G .lac east. IGoinswest. J A Pull
man Bleeping car ia sidetracked at Davenport
and taken to Chlcaeo daily by this train. This
oar ia read for oocupaocv at p. m. for reser
vation of herths, ticket, etc., telephone 1093
Rock Island, or apply at depot.
F. H.Pn-Ma, Agt.
L. M. Alls. Gen. Agt. Psae. Dept. tMvenport
BURLINGTON ROUTE C B. Q. KAIL
way Depot First avenue and Bixtaen'b t
.. Tonne, Meat.
TRAINS. , catya. aaai
ULoof Kxpreaa ,:45an. 7:35 pa
t lent Expreis.. 1:45 pn: 6:35 an
8t. Panl Kxpreaa 7 pn 7 54 a a
tMerdstown Passenger ! :50 pm 10:45 am
B erlin Paeeencer i 7:66 am 6:50 pm
La Jrosse Passenger ' 9:50 am 5:06 pm
CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE ST. PAUL RAIL
way Racine A Southwestern Division De
pot Twentieth street, between First and Second
avenue, K. D. W. Holme. agent.
TRAINS. LaavB. AaaivB.
Mail and Express 7YO0an. 9.30
8t. Paul Express 4:40 pm 11:4S to
Ft. Accommodation ':45n 3 01
BOCK ISLAND PEORIA RAILWAY DB
pot First avenue and Twentieth a'.reet. ?.
H. Rockwell, Agent.
TRACTS. Lxava 'abrits
Faat MaTI Express T5oam 7:06 pm
Express 2:t0pm 1:25 pm
Cable Accommodation 9:10 am 3 0) pm
4:00pm :5 am
BURLINGTON, CEDAR RAPIDS A NORTH
ern railway, depot foot of Brady street,Dav
eoport. J.E.Hannecan, Gen.T'k't A Pass.Azent.
1)4:55 pmibl0'45 am
11 00 amlbll:15 I m
Leave West Davenport.
West Liberty Train
7 1 TvfTso m bt0:95pm
. al0:3'l pm - 4 50a n
. I at 45 am
j bl:15 pm
aDaily. bDally except Sundity. tQolng north.
Going South and east.
afCMT DIRECT ROUTE TO THE
East. South and Southeast
8 :45 am
9 :: am
St. Loots ... .
. 1:16 pm
. 3:40 pm
. 4'OC pm
. ; 9:50 pm
.' 3:50 pm
. C :53 pm
. 1:2)1 am
. 7:30 pm
. 11 :00 pm
12 05 n't
7 : 35am
Ar. Roc laiacd ..
! 1 :5 pm 7:05 pm
Accommod'itioc trams leave Rock Island at
6 :00 a. m. and 6.-0 p. m ; arrive at Peoria 8 :50 p
m. and 1 :13 a. ra. Leave Peoiia 6:00 a. m. and
7 :15 p. m ; arrive Rock Island 4 :3u p. m and 1 :Vt
All train ran dally except 9nnda;.
All pangur train, arrive and depart Union
Free Catirci-on Fan Express between Rock
Islond and Peiria, both directions.
Through ticket to all paint? ; basjrae eaecked
through to destination.
, icon, I Acroo..
U.lO am LOO p:n
'10.20 am S.OT pm
11.00 m 5.40 ptt
Lv. Koci Mand .
Arr. Rvnold ..
L. Cfihle ; d.T' am 1S.M) pn;
Ar. Reynold i 7.0" am 1.45 pm
Hck Island ... ' urn 3.0T, pm
E. B. SUDLOW,
Tt i t
Great Rock Island Route
TO THE EAST.
BestDininfc Car Service in the World.
Tin" Hock Inland is fnrfinost in
adopting any inlvuntac fali-ulatcd
to improve speed and pve that lux
ury, safety and ennifort that popular
patronage demandr,. Its equipment
'. thttrouhly complete with ve.-ti-huled
trains, niagriilieent dining
ears, sleepers and chair coaches, ail
the most elejrant, and of recent lv 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 lind little
cause for complaint on that ground.
The Great Hock Island Route runs all
t'ular trains to Englewood nubur
an station, close to World's Fair
r"n tls. and you can save time and
T'ubie by fretting oil at that point
nd avoid the crowd in the cltv.
For full particulars as to tickets,
maps, rates, apply to any coupon
ticket office in the United States,
Canada or Mexico, or address:
(Wl TVt. & Pass. Agt., Chicago, 111.
as. Gcn'l Mgr. Chicago 111.
THAT MAKES GOOD BLOOD
Win eompletely cbaage the blood In your system
in three months' U oe. and send new, rich Diood
eourln(? throofrh yo ir veins. U you feel exhausted
and nervoua, are gt ttlng thin and all run down.
Gilmore'a Aromatic Wine, which Is a tonic and not
a beverage, will rest ore you to health and strength.
Mothers, ns it for your daughters. It Is the best
regulator and corrector for all ailments peculiar to
woman. It enrlchei the blood and gives lasting
strength. It Is guaranteed to cure DlarrtKea, Dys
entery, and all Sumner Complaints, and keep us
Sold by all druggtta for tl per bottle. a
ook's Cotton Root
A recent discovery by an old
jhyslcian. Successfully used
monthly by thousands of la
lies. I the only perfectly
afe and reliable medicine
discovered. Beware of
irtnctnled drnecista wh of
fer inferior medlcin in place of this. Ask tot
Cook' Cottoh Root Compockd, take no subst i
tute, or inclose tl an 1 cents In postage in letter,
and we will send, s aled. by return mail Full
sealed particulars in plain envelope, to ladies
only, t stamps Ad lres
POSD LtLLt COMPANY,
No. 8 Fisher Block, Detroi. Mich.
Sold in Rock Islasi by Marshall A Fishet. Fa
per House, Harts A daonscn 20th street and So
ave.. and drni;e'st everywhere.
ittoriej- ar law Office in Mitchell
t Lynae a new block
JACKSON Sc HURST,
tsnifj's t I. aw Office in Rock Island
national Bank I uilfllog, Koca island. 111.
E. D. tWIlEI. C. L. V. ILK IB.
SWEENEY & WALKER.
ttry-nl i:inallr at Law
omce in liuncit m s fclock, Kock Island. 111.
C. J. SIARLE.
8. W. SliRLB.
SEARL3 0c SEARLE.
Atforn.v ond 4'onaellor at Uw
and Solicitors ii Chancery; office Buford's
diock, ttocE isimu
McENIRV & McENIRY.
Aitorneyn t Law Loan money on good
security, make collections. Reference,
Mitchell &, Lynde, I ankers. Office in Postofflce
S. W. ODELL,
Attorney mi Law Formerly of Port Byron,
and during the past two years with the firm of
Browning A Entriker at Moline, has now opened
an office in the Auditorium building, room &, at
R, M. PEARCE,
itoom 33 in Mitchell A Lynde's new block
OR. J. E. HAWTHORNE,
Teeth extracted without pain by the new
o 1716 Second avmue. over Krell Math's.
3RS. BiCXEL &SCHOEMAKER
M.T;hel & Lynde 3 Bkck. Rooms 89-81
(Ta ce Elevator)
EDWAHQ L. UAMXAT-. . CLARK II. BuFORD.
HAMMATT & BUFORD.
ARcniTECrS, Rock Island, 111 . Office Room
41, Mitchell A Lynde building.
QEO. P. STAUDUHAR
Plans and snperii tendenco for all class cl
ft.wm 53 and 55, Mitt hell Lynde bnlldinp
TAEl El IVATOB
DR. W. W. ADAMS,
Physician and Surgeon.
S)ccial attention ci'-eti to diseases of the Eye
Office iini residence 312 Twentlelh street.
Office hours: 10 to 12 . 2 to 4 and 7 to 8
r. M. Telephone No. lKiti.
Physician and Surgeon,
1134 TmiiD Ave.,
Telephone l'7o. Kock Island, III.
Offire Honrs : 10 a. m. to 12 in., 1 to 8 p. m. uud
J. K. UollowliuHh, M. .). Geo, E, Barth, M, D.
DRS. BARTH k HOLLOWBUSH
pHYtSlOlANB AND BURGEONS,
ortlce 4(W23rd - t. Telephone 1U05
KesidenccTSlilstst. " 1188
Or, liartb . I Dr. Uollowbnsb
tolOa,m? 10 tola a.m.
1 toiuudU)p. m. i to 5 and 7 to 8 p.m.
DR. CHAS. yL. ROELNSON
Eye, Ear, Nise and Throat
Office McCullougb. Building, 131 W. 3d St.
Hour: S to 11 am: 1 to 4 pm.
J. F. Mrias, M. D. Qeo. W. Wheeler, M. D.
DRS. MYERS & WHEELER,
spat ialties :
Aarcnry anil uiaeise or Wane
Office over Krell A Math's. Telephone 1148.
orm hours :
DB. HYBRS. I DR. WBBELEB.
11 to 12 a.m. I 8 to 10 a.m.
2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p. m. 1 1 to 8 and 7 to p. m
U9B. telephone LAM. ( Kea. telephone. 1K0.
She Found tbe Grave.
On the lay ot my father's funeral my
mother sat with vacant eyes and fixed, pal
lid face the picture comes back to me yei,
it so impressed my childish imagination
following the funeral service, stage after
pi age, and suddenly with the words, "It is
all over!" fell back fainting. She said aft
erward that she had followed the hearse,
had attended the service, had walked be
hind the coffin to the grave.
Certain it is that a few weeks later she
determined to go to the Kensal Green cem
etery, where the body of her husband had
been laid, and went thither with a relative.
lie failed to find the grave, and while an-
other of the party went in search of an offi
cial to identify the spot my mother said,
"If you will take me to the chapel where
the first part of the sermon was read, I will
find the grave." The idea seemed to her
friend of course to be absurd, but he would
not cross the newly made widow, so took
her to ths chapel. She looked round, left
the chapel door and followed the path
along which the corpse had been borne till
she reached the graved where she was quiet
ly standing when the caretaker arrived to
point it out. The grave is at some distance
from the chapel and is not on one of the main
roads. It had nothing on it to mark it
save the wooden pef with the number, and
this would be no help to identification at a
distance, since all tbe graves are thus
marked and at a little way off these pegs
are not risible.
Ew she found the grave remained a
mystery in the family, as no one believed
her straightforward story that she had been
present at the funeral. With my present
knowledge the matter is simple enough,
for I now know that the consciousness can
leave the body, take part in events going
on at a distance and rcturuing impress on
the physical brain what it has experienced.
Mrs. Annie Besant.
Influence of tlic American College.
It does not seem too much to say that the
American college has profoundly influenced
American life. It has not been the mother
of great movements, like Oxford, but it has
been the mother of great men, like Cam
bridge. It has not made great soldiers or
sailors, great artists or inventors, but it
has contributed vastly toward the worth of
the more considerable elements of thought
and character. It has not created poets,
but it has enlarged the vision of the poet
and sweetened his song. It has not created
historians, but it has given to the writer of
history a subject, taught him to investi
gate, to weigh evidence, to write with pow
er. If its influence has not touched cer
tain eminent preachers, it has added to the
knowledge and disciplined the powers of
thousands of clergymen. It has brought
and is daily bringing a,larger offering to
the editorial desk, the lawyer's office, the
It is significant that we call the college
not almu8 pater, but alma mater. She
gives to us intellectual life and cradles that
life in its first feebleness. It is almost aa
rare to find a son complaining of his col
lege as it is to find him complaining of his
first home. Happy the man who has two
mothers whom he reverences! Old Pres
ident Quincy of Harvard said that a man
got a good deal out of college if he just
rubbed his shoulders against the college
buildings. But he certainly does not get
much in this way in comparison with what
begets by rubbing his head against the
cases in the library. For to the true man
of alert intellect, pure heart and strong
will the college represents a new birth and
a new life. Forum.
Medical Care In Mediwal Time.
In medieval times the poor people sought
relief for their ills at the hands of the kind
hearted menks aid gentle nuns, but after
the reformation the healing art was rele
gated to charitable women, who mastered
the mysteries of simpling. Out of this
grew up the profession of the herbalist,
combining all the self assertion of the
quack doctor with the dense ignorance of
the ancient crone. It is no surprise that
such persons became the dread of the neigh
borhood and the personification of wizards
One of the remarkable superstitions
taught by these ignorant, designing herb
alists was the notion that diseases could be
transferred from human beings to trees.
Yhite, in his famous writings on natural
history, records a case where ash trees
when young had been split and held open
by wedges while sick children were passed
through under the alisurd belief that re
storation would follow. The laughable
rule required that the child should be
passed through head foremost and handed
back to the left, each time going in the
direction of the sun.
If the tree grew together after the wedges
were removed, the child was more certain
to recover. Persons suffering from the
ague faithfully went to a lofty willow,
made a gash iu it, breathed three times into
the crevice, closed it quickly and ran away
without looking back. All this done to the
letter, the ague left the person for a more
faithless subject whenever condit ions did
not favor its remaining longer. Chautau
Hi Cheat-Priced Pew Itents.
The following are the annual revenues
derived from pew rents in some Of t he most
important places of worship in ICugland:
St. Peter's, K:Uon square, London, 2,000 a
year; Portmaii chapel, 1,70(1; Christ
church, Paddingtou, 1,750; t. Paul's,
Knightsbridge, 1,200; St. George's, Hun
over ;ii;ne, over 1.000; St. .Michael's
church, Chester square, London, 1,200;
Emmanuel church, Slreathatn, 1,210; Em
manuel church. Hove, 1,401); Christ
ch urcli, C heltetiliRUi, l,0iK). Two of the
London west cud churches have higher
pew rents than any other churches in this
country name!-. All Saints', Norfolk
square, V., and St. Paul's, Onslow square,
S. W. In both cases the income of the in
cumbents is entirely dependent upon the
pew rents received. In St. John's Wood
synagogue many of the pews cost the seat
holders from 13 to 15 per individual sit
ting, while in Great Portland Street syna
gogue the prices are said to range higher
Still. London Tit-Hits.
Saving tlie Soap.
A firm of manufacturers in Bridgeport,
Conn., are equipping hotels with powdered
soap. It is contained in a small cylinder
placed over each wash bowl, and when it is
desired to use it n spring allows a small
quantity of the powder to escape into the
hand. The firm supply the soap and lend
the nickel plated holder, the profit coming
in selling the saponaceous com pound. Hotel
keepers are pleased with a device that keeps
the washroom bowl in a tidy condition.
Wood Hundreds of Year Old.
Wood constantly wet in fresh water is
quite durable. Spiles were dug from the
foundations of the old Savoy palace in a
perfectly sound state after having been
down 650 years. The spiles of old London
bridge were found sound and perfect E00
years after they were driven. Chicago
We authorize our advertised drug
gist to sell Dr. King's New Discovery
for consumption, coughs and colds,
upon this condition. If you are af
flicted with a cough, cold or any lung,
throat or chest trouble, and will use
this remedy as directed, giving it a
fair trial, and experience no benefit,
yon may return the bottle and have
vour money refunded. We could not
make this offer did we not know that
Dr. King's New Discovery could be
relipil nn It. never disappoints.
Trial bottles free at Hartz & Ulle- !
mever's drug store. Large size 50c
Since its tirst introduction Electric
Bitters has gained rapidly in popular
favor, until now it is clearly in the
lead among pure medicinal tonics
and alteratives containing nothing
which permits its use as a beverage
-r intoxicant, it is recognized as the
best and purest medicine for all ail
ments of stomaeh, liver or kidneys.
It will cure. sick headache, indiges
tion, constipation, and drive malaria
fiom the svstem. Satisfaction guar
anteed with each bottle or the money
will be refunded. Price only 50c per
bottle. Sold by Hartz & Uilerneyer.
BL'CKLEN 9 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,
lions, and posi lively cures piles or
no pay required, ft is guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
For sale by Hartz & Uilerneyer
To Prevent Crarlty to Children.
What is needed is the gradual diffusion
throughout all classes of society of this
wholesome sense tHat children are no long
er helpless as again t cruel parents; that
there is a strong social indignation spring
ing up which will not hesitate to interfere
with parental oppressors of any class, rich
or poor, and t hat this interference will be
strongly bucked by the law. As we have
seen it, it is not po.-rty and misery which
chiefly promote cruelty to children. On
the contrary, it is the self will which is
oftener found in conjunction with good
wages or even with something like wealth
than it is with the humiliation of the se
verest want. Cruelty grows on a high
stomach and fullness of bread, not on
starvation and the bitterest sense of want.
What we need is the extension of this so
ciety's operations in the same sober and
temperate spirit in which its work has been
hitherto carried on till it covers the whole
land, and covers it with an agency which
strengthens the kind parent to resist and
protest against the conduct of the cruel
parent, and kind neighbors to interfere in
the comparatively rare cases where both
parents are alike cruel. We must stimu
late the growth of a social power which
shall be almost omnipresent, so as to arrest
effectually the spread of these overgrown
and hideous wens of arbitrary self will un
der which the helpless wither as the grass
withers under a yew tree's shade. Wher
ever there is a social life at all there should
be no such thing as the helplessness cf chil
dren. London Spectator.
The Old Baa Would Hate His Joke.
Two boys who owned a rattle farm out west.
Christened it '"Focus," at their sire's request ;
The old man thought It quite a good conceit.
For there tbe sun's rays meet (the rons raise
The lads prospered, and tbey and their families
enjoyed the very best of hea th. Dr. Pierce's
Plesant Pellets were always found in tbeir med
icine chest the cn'y losltive bare for bilious
and sick headache, dizzinres, const 1; alien, indi
rection and all disorders cf tbe bowels and
stomach. Strictly vegetable, small, sugar
coated; only one required for a doe. and their
action Is pentle and ttor nch. The best liver
pill on car h.
When Baby was Rick, we rsvv m-r castoria.
VThi.-n h- was a Chili sh? cri.'J far Castoria.
VTiien she Ix-came Miss, she clutis t Castoria,
When she had Cluldren, she gaveflietn Castoria.
Children Cry for
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
bowels each day. Most people need
to use it.
Children Cry for
Coughing leads to consumption.
Kemp's Ualsam will stop the cough
Chiidrei. Cry for
is a dreadful thing
undoubtedly caused by the irritating
effects of dirt.
Outbreaks, and crime generally, are
never possible among people who are
iddicted to tb; use of
The great soother of angry passions
the promoter of health and good
feeling. Cleans everything injures
nothing don't be afraid to use KIRK'S
Soap on the most delicate fabrics.
JAJ5. S. Kline 6c CO., Chicago.
Dusky Diamoni Tar Soap A 2rpU,r
Is the best remedy for
all complaints peculiar
W hat Is the condition of yours? Is your hair dry
harsh, brittle? Does it split at the ends? Has it ,
lifeless appearance? Does it fall out when combed or
brushed ? Is it full of dandruff ? Does your scalp itch ?
Is it drv or in a heated condition ? If these are somP m
your symptoms be
It what you nerd
err ot how to treat them. "Skookum "contalna neither mineral! nor olia ii
ia not a Dye, bi'.t a delightfully cooling and refreshing Tonic, rtj mmulaun,
tbe follicle, it atop ailing hair, cure dandruff and grwt tairv l2
(W Keep the acalp clean, healthy, and tree from Irritating eropUoni h
the use o( stoofcum iocip. It dcstroa panuitia iaMcM, icaka
and drroy the hair. .
If your druggist cannot supply yon aend direct to Tls. and we wui lonnrt
prepaid, on receipt of price. Grower, auiu per bottle ; C fur fcMtt. txup
per Jar; lor rO.
THE SKOOKUn ROOT HAIR GROWER CO.,
97 South Fifth ATanue, New Tork, N. Y.
STATE SAVINGS BANK.
Office Corner Fiftee - th strent and Third Are.
Succeeds the Moline Savins Sir.a. ureaniaed 1861
5 PtrCEM INTEREST AID OS DEPOSITS.
Organized under State
Open from 9 a. m. to 8 in., and Wednesday and
Saturday night f rom7 to 8pm
H. A. AraswoRTH,
J. F. HtUHvtT,
Porter Skinner. W. W. Wells
C. A. Rose, -1 . A. Alnsworth.
Q. H. Edwards. W. H. Adams.
Andrew Priberg, ". F. Bemenway,
REAL ESTATE LOANS
mt'le for private parties in the earden
spot of the west hy the
Orchard State Bank
of Ottt'UARD, NEBRASKA .
K. W. Dart. President.
J. S. Dabt casbit-r.
Mitchell Iyn!e. Cankers,
J. r. Kobtnsou, Cashier Kock Island Nationa
. C. Carter. . V
linry Dait's Sens, Wnoicsaie iroer.
W ;ie. svtrytbin from a fine
k hatu'.kercbie' t- a rirtiis
f.;t; Lac curtainn a specially
a. M. & L. J. PAR5TFR,
T-Ur r ( .. . . IJ14
Lame uacK. dec.
D3. SANDER'S ELECTRIC BELT
I With Electromagnetic SUSPENSORY
' Latest Pateate I lieot lainrnrata I
win cure without mrdiftlM ail
wr-taxationof brain nerre forceat eraxseaor India
crrtioo. as nerrous debility, eleeplmncas, languor.
rheumatism, kidney, Uver and bladder oomplunu,'
ziS0 lamho, aeiatira, all female complaints.
fcS3S1 ."". eie. luia elertrie Selt containa
..trf'Tr. "tr""'M all others. Current ia
"""ir 'frtf" or wa forfeit as,OSO.a, and
will cure all of the aboya dueaeca or no rbou
P hT he cored by this maryelouaTnTenuoa
after all other remedies failed, and w irira hunlrfU
OMUi7iorUl4 In this and ewy other suteT ,
L; axarrwc 8Ubfkobt. th
GE?" bS2" olrd weak men, mis uk all
W04a? Oead for lllas'd pamphlet, mailed .sealed. Iras
8ANDCN ELCCTRIO CO? ,
60 miMf attract, CU1UUU, XUAi
A MEDICAL BOOK worth
DOLLARS, sent for 10 cent- ia
Cl tor Bottle at Druggists.
BOc Trial Size sent by maU.
Letters for advice Marked
"Consulting Department" are
seen by oar physicians only.
zot-FHOHA tuoicme co,
H. i. Colman, Bec'y,
warned in time or you will become bald, '
Root Hair Grower
Tt nmdnetton la not an accident, bat the Knltnru.i..
the diseawa or tbe hatr and acalp led to u niJ,.
A. D; HUESING,
Represents, among othiT timc- rifl snlt::
known Fire Insurance Companies, tht f, i.;;:: V
Royal Insurance Companv. of Enciaml. I
wesche terF.re ina. Company, of N v.
Buffalo German Its. Company, BuflaXVT.
Rochester German Ins Co.. not hi ut. N. Y
Citizens' Irs. Co., of Pittsburg. Pa
Pnn Fire Office, London.
Union Ins. Co., of California.
Security Ins. Co.. New Haven. Conn
Milwauace Mechanics Ins. Co.. JS.: aujsi.
German Fire Ins. Co., of Peoria, 1!:.
Office Cor. 18th St. ami -M Ay,.
Kock I slash. III.
"THE OLD RELIABLE."
HAYES & CLEAVELAXD
Representing over 40 Million iVi'.trE
of Cafch arietta
Tire. Life. Tornado.
Bonds of Suretyship.
OFFltfE Room 31, Mitchell A Lynde'! Ko:s
Hock Island, His.
t"Secnre unr rates: they will intcrer! jr ..
J M BUFORD.
General . .
Tbe old Fire and Tinuvtrkn '!
Losses Promptlv Fr. i
Mc low a? any rulinnlu run;
Vour I'airoiiaw i- mi
. . . a H
I j ijt sTTi-Ul 444'- 51: 5 :f fi. r . ; pI
Corner Cottaee Grove avenue and '
Sireot. Only 5 minutes from nuik: '.:
Superior dillng room; elevated lai r
Sow open. Rates moderate Ear 1
Wl. X. l KIOlK. f '
Broadway, Cor. Prince St., New York
Refitted and renovated undi-r now mir:a- ::" '
on the European plan.
Room rate. 51 a day and upward .
Reetanrant equal to tbe beet iu the city
fctreet cars from all R. R. stations and st a
boat and furry landings pass tbe door.
111LDRETI1 A ALLEN, Pf-
World's Fair, Chicaco.
IfllTFI mm Fireproof; 244 rooms: near i
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WORLD'SIThe PULLMAN HOTEL
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VI IP IThree blocks from maid entrance.
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