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THE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1893.
THE TRATELEKS' GUIDE.
fimCAGO, BOCK ISLAND PACITIC KAIL
way De pot cornet ?itxt avenne tad Thirty
trt street, Frank H. Plnnuner, sect.
.yicnfii K. all B A MlTinefto- '
s Day Kxpre t 1 KB nm 4:45 km
WMhirffton KrreM I Vi-AI dee S : 1 i om
Omaha iiipress ! 7:45 to : pm
Omaha ana Denver Vesti- I I I
boie Express , 3.45 am 3:i0 am
Ft Worh.Denver i &UoOiti: 4:5n amll ;05 pm
9tnart-Rock Island Expre 5:30 pm: 9:00 am
St Inl and Minneapolis i :1T am 9:0S pm
Kanas City and St . Jrx- c :40 am S :35 pm
Dt Mn;, Omaba A L'o I I
coin :40 am,10.20 pm
Daily. tG in?eat. io'n west.
F. H.PiXBaER. gt.
1. M. Allv. (;en. Ait. Push. Dept. Davenport
Jt.J. Yo1C, ifiwEt.
t. !-. .res.
tt If Hi Bi:re:s .
8 tr.in Passe ..
lJr' fasser.jer ..
' 45 aa !
7:45 pm i Pi:
7.0 px. T 54 a
:M pro V" -4 t
7 -V) atr .vir
9:50 am 5: 8 pm
CFICAiO. .'iIILWaCKEK 4 ST. At'!. KAIL
wt Ha-iae Southwestern E-.v.v.e:: Ie
pot Tw'":i-:a frtfi. Sttween Fr- 'nnd
jvenie. 2. I. rT.Ho'n:'.-.. agent.
1tU aid LDrt:?
St. Fa.. Zt;if
rV . mmodtitinTi.
7 mi . 9 l
4 4!..s It 4- sr
:4 T 0 l -
"OOtK ILASDA PB.ORIA RAILWAY D-e
V pot F.r: avenue and Twentieth aireat
B. Rockwell. Arent.
Fwt Mali Kxpres
Sn an 7:: 5 pia
pm '. :2S ;m
". am 3 0 ' kf'
BURLISGTON. CEDAR RAPIDS NORTH
ern railway. depot 1 t of Bradv strect,Dav
export. J.E.Ha'nnegan, Gen.T'k't Pass.Asent.
Leave West Davenport.
bN pm MO 4-i am
M:W) em Ml :1a I m
ii-.N in MO-.tsjTm
,10:ii pm at bts a
i 6 45 am
i h! :15 pm J b.:!iam
! hfl:l5:m 1 M :15pm
Daily. hDai'y except Sunliy. .ioing north.
fto.LK SoQJh u.t east
MOST OIRBTt KOUTH TO THS
7ist, South 22 d Southeast.
t'ui .U ..
8 :fl am
1 .36 am
11 :1S am
8 :2l ) pm
8 :04 pm
3 :27 pm
J :57 pm
4 :55 pm
In. Rors I.acd,
Prirctvi.'.i . .
t. Loai ..
Clue inn V:...
Zfcltyi '" ...
7 :10 n'
iT. Pcorii. .
... 10.10 um 3:50 pm
. . . i 1 "Jfi pm 7 :05 pm
Atxomaoi r.ior. trair.i leave Rork Ia'and at
6i0 a. m. ani 6.M p. m : arr.ve at Peoria 3:50 p .
1L 1.19 . is. Leave Peo.i:a :00 a. m. and
7 :15 p. m; arrive Rock Island 4:30 p. m and 1:S
A'l ttir.nn da'lr except Scndaj.
All pcnt:r tra:oa arriTu and depart Cnion
Free Ct.a:re-on Pat Expe (teec Rock
Js'.ond and Peoria, boll directtona.
Ttironsa t:o'.se' to all piinl ; hacsae coecked
thronrn to destination.
L. Rocs Nlaad fl.loam t.oo pm
Arr. Rernd ds 10. am 5. 0B pm
' Caii;.... 11.00 am V40mn
L. TaTio i l.2 am 11-50 pm
At. Keyno'.i 7.il am 1.45 pm
B-ica l'and '7.55 am 3.00 nm
H. B.6UDLOW. . TOCKHOrSB
sapsr.ttendent. . Tkt. Azei t
Great Rock Island Route
TO THE HAST.
Ee&t D;r:ng Car Service in the World
l ii- hock isianu is Iiircniost in
a(l"i,,;n anv ndviintac calculatcil
tt iniprnve speed awl -give that lux
ury, t-iiroty and comfort that popular
patron f'e (leniatids. Its efjuipnient
.s tuor Highly coinplete with ve-ti
Mile 1 trains. magnilicent dinin-
tars, sl -epers and chair coaclies. all
the iii' -t elegant, ami of recently ira-
I'aitLful and capable management
ana p-.iite. nonest service ironi em
ployes nre important items. They
xrt a douhle duty to the company
ami o travelers and it is sometimes
a t.-k diflicult of accomplishment
Fa.- st pgers on this line will lind little
tuiise for complaint on that ground
The (ireat Kock Inland Route runs all
tgular trains to Englewood subur
ban station, close to World's Fair
.rounds, and you can save time and
rouble by getting off at that point
mi nvoiu me crown in tne citv.
For full particulars as to tickets,
maps, rr,tes, apply to any coupon
ticket oflice in the United States,
Canada or Mexico, or address:
Gcn'l Tkt. & Pass. Agt., Chicago, 111.
. St John, Gcn'l Mgr. Chicago 111.
THAT MAKES GOOD BLOOD
Will eomplete'y ebanite the blood ra yonr system
In three mont time, and end new, rich oiood
conning throo ,-h yoor veins. U you feel exhansted
and nervous, lire fretting thin and all run down,
Gilmore'a Aronatlc Wine, which Is a tonic and not
a bevenure, i .1 restore you to health and atreneth.
Mothers, ns It for your daufrhtere. It U the best
regulator and orrector for ail ailments peculiar to
woman. It et riches the Mood and (rives lasting
airengtb. It If guaranteed to cure DiarrhtFa, Dys
etiterv, and al bummer Complaints, and keep ue
bold by a.l CrufrglBta for tl per Bottle.
cok's Cotton .Root
A recent discovery bj an old
physician, ccissfuily nsed
rrontbiy by" thousands of la
dies. Is the only perfect'.v
ssfe and reliable medicine
dinrovered. Beware of no
principled creeeiste who of
fcr inferior iudicint s in place of this. Afk foi
Coois Cotton Root Cohpocsd, take urf n:h-:i-tnte.
or inclose II and 8 cei ts in postage in lettet.
and we w U! sea'l, sea'.ed. by rtturn mail Full
ale-1 t.articu are :n plain envelope, to lad:e
on.y, ttamps Addrts
J U-i' 1. f I-i. 1 I L T I .1.' 1 .
Vo. 3 fisher Block. Detron Mich.
Sold in Kork I'ad hv Msrshail Ftshci.
per House. Ua-tz Jc riannsen &th street and Sc
ave., and drtii''ts evrhP'.
TTORXBY AT L W Office in Mitchell 4
Lynac u-w block
ATTORNEYS A r L4W-Cfflce in Rock Island
National Hank builiii'ic. Rock Island, 111.
B. O. VE- ET. Cl.VUI.IK.
SWEENEY & WALKER.
ATTORNEYS ANDCOl SSELLORS ATUW
tfSc in Bencston's block, Kock Island. III.
. J. SEARI.K . ft, w. SEA RLE.
SEARLE & SEARLE.
ATTORNEYS AD COUNSELLORS AT LAW
snd tvi tr tor in Casncery; ollice Buford's
biock, Kok I.'lind.
MoEXilRY & McENIRY.
ATTORNEY'S AT LAW Loan money on rood
secnriTv, make collections. Keftrrerre.
Mitcheil A L xile, tanker. Office in 1'osiofEcc
S- W. ODELL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW Formerly of Port Byron,
and aBrin-.' the past two years with the firm of
Brownie? A :i:r:kc-n at Moline, has now opened
ai office in tn Auditoriam bQudirg. room 5. at
It. M. FEAIICE.
noom Si n: Jtitchell & Lynde'a new bloca
Dll. J. E. HAWTHORNE.
Teeth rtracted without pain by the wi
o 1718 Sexind avenue, over Kre'.l Math's.
Drs. Kickel & Schoemaker,
Mitchel'. Jk Lynde'a Block. Rooms 29-31.
Edwabd L. lUmn. Clakk H. Bupoko
HAMMATT & BUFORD.
KCHITEcrs, Rock iBland, 111. Office-Room
A i, nitcieu a, uynae Dauding.
GEO. P. STAUDTJHAR
Plats an 1 taperii.tendvcee for ail'clus ol
Rooms 53 an I 55, Mitchell A Lynde bnildmp
DR. W. W. ADAMS,
Physician and Surgeon.
ecia: attjution iven to diseases of the Eye
Office and residence 312 Twentieth sireet.
Wince nou-e: i to 12 a. x.,S to 4 and 7 to E
r. M. Tele hole No. 1200.
Physician and Surgeon,
1131 Thikd Ave.,
Office Honrs: 10 a. m.
Rock Islakd. III.
to 12 m., 1 to 3 p. m. and
J. K. Ilollov bush, M. T), Geo. E, Earth, M, 1,
DRS. B ARTH & HOLLOWBUSH
pHTSIClANS AND SURGBONS,
Offlc?4023rdst. Telephone 1065
Kee dence 7SI 21st st. 1188
Dr. Earth Dr, ilollowbush
tol(a.m. 10 to 11! a.m.
1 to J atd 7 to 8 p. m, 1 i to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m.
DR. CHAS. M. ROEINSON
EYE, EAR, NO?E
Offlce X cCallongh Bnilding, 14 W. 3d St.
Dour. : 9 o 11 am : 1 to 4 Dm.
J. F. Mtebs M. D. Geo. W. Whielbb, M. D
DRS. MYERS & WHEELER,
rtsrr and isiweaaei. of Women
umce o;r lirell St Math's. Telephone 1148.
BB, TEBS. I DR. WHBELEB.
1) to 12 a. wu I 6 to 10 a.m.
too bcq to p. m. 1 1 to S and 7 to p, m
lija. teieposne izu. 1 itea. telephone, 1190.
A View of the Common Herd. ,
The society journal Vogue has as one
of its exrrespondent8 an alleged member
of the "Four Hundred," who writes as
follows: "What is the attraction yearly j
at the horse show, which is always
jammed to the doors? The horses? No.
Society in the lwxes, and the people
cheerfully p&y their money to be able to
gaze at the beings so far removed from
them, constituting an inner circle. It
was this feeling which caused Broadway
to be choked with a howling mob on the
day of the wedding of Miss Bradley
Martin to the Earl of Craven, and it is
this same impulse which prompts the
crowds in the upper tiers at the opera
and in the orchestra stalls to spend the
time of the intermissions in gazing
around the honse at the fashionables as
if they were waxwork from Mme. Tus
saud s or the Eden Musee and following
them up by aid of the little printed list
on the bill, whereby each box owner is
conveniently numbered and catalogued.
"We stand as royalty does abroad, and
we are prepared for this kouiage. Those
who cannot sxe us read of us, but unfortu
nately frequently through the medium of
writers whoeommence their observations
in the style cf one who a few years ago
started his paragraph in this way, ."I
dropp-.sl in at Mrs. Aster's last night,'
and evoked, consequently, the pungent
reflection of Mr. Joseph Howard, Jr., a
writer .f the poople. wno evidently knew
"Dropped in ut Mrs. Astor's! Good
heavens! for whu: t'.ie a'u barrel': "
There are few buildings that attract
the admirers of Washington that have
more of inn rest in them tiian a decaying
cabin which stant'.s alone in an old pas
ture field a half ir.i!e from Berry viile. in
the beautiful Shenandoah valley of Vir
ginia. The old cabin was the home of Wash
ington when he was a surveyor. He
came here direct from the maternal roof
to begin the arduous and at the time
dangerous work of surveying the lauds
of Thomas, Lord Fairfax, who owned
all the northern part of Virginia under
the king's patent. The work was ardu
ous because of the physical aspect of the
country, then a dense wilderness, and
dangerous because of the character of
the inhabitants, who were principally
Indians or scarcely less wild trappers or
squatters upon his lordship's domain.
W ashmgtou had tx-en selected by the
nobleman because, t.f his be-lief in the
youth's ability to cope with these ele
ments early in 174S,just after the com
pletion eif his sixteenth year, his only
companion In iivjc George William Fair
fax, nephew of old Lord Thomas.
Whether these Kys erect eel the build-"
ing or found it already in place history
does not state, but well authenticated
tradition says that they built it them
selves. That they used it for an office,
kept their instrument.- there and slept
in the upper room there is ample proof.
ashmgte n Post.
Cement Ins the Ktissian Krapire.
The czar eif Russia shows undoubted
sagacity in adopting the best physical
means to hold together his vast empire.
He has pushed the trans Caspian military
railway southeastward until it has al
most reached the frontit-rs of British In
dia and China, the two powers most
likely to dispute with him the acquisition
of further dominion in Central Asia.
Having thus assured the safety of the
Russian Ksitiou in the southeast, he has
undertaken a mere stujiendous work in
beginning the construction of an un
broken hue of railway to connect Eu
ropean Rus ia with a jtirt on the Pacific
ocean. The whole length ef the Asiatic
or main Siberian line is 4.SIK) miles.
The estimated cost is fcXW.WO.OOO. The
work, which is now progressing from
both ends toward the center, is to be
completed in about 10 years. There will
then be a stretch of railwav, all located
upon Russian territorv, about 6.000 miles
in length, holding European Russia and
Asiatic Russia firmly together with a
continuous band of 6teel. Until the pro
posed railway running north and south
to connect the two Americas shall have
been built there will be nothing on earth
to rival this great stretch of eastern and
western railway across the Russian em
pire, Omaha Bee.
Folly of Hoarding;.
It is really remarkable that so many
people in this country, who have funds
from which they might earn a good rate
of interest, persist in locking up notes in
safe deposit vaults or pack them away in
old stockings. Money will earn today
large returns, with the best of real es
tate security as first class collateral to
protect the lender, and yet a great many
individuals, waiting for they know not
what, decline to take advantage of what
is an unusual epportunity for matin
money. Tne currency of a country is
intended to circulate as evidence of cred
it. If it does not, it beceimes absolute ly
useless to every bod y. In u famine a com
munity would be no !etter oil if it locket
up millions of barrels ef flour than if it
had none at all. The same is precisely
true of money. Washington sews.
Browning to Coleridge.
.Drowning loanea .Loru ejoienage one
of his works to read, and afterward
meeting the poet, the lord chief justice
said to him: "What I could understand
I heartily admired, and parts ought to
be immortal. But as to much of it
really could not tell whether I admired
it or not, because for the life of me
could not understand it." Browning re
plied, "If a reader of vour caliber un
derstands 10 per cent of what I write, I
think I ought to be content.'' San Fran
A Hard Conuudruin.
Of the 1,300,000,000 or 1,400,000,000 of
people populating the earth, how many
may be said to dominate it? Is the di
rection of all affairs sublunary in the'
hands of more or less than 10,000 men
and women? I do not mean as elected or
hereditary rulers of nations merely, but
persons in the capacity of rulers, Jfinan
ciers, priests, aoldiers, writers, states
men, etc. Cor. New York Sun.
Mow Try This
It will cost yon nothing and will
surely eio you geol, if you have a
cough, cold, or any trouble with
throat, chest or lungs. Dr. King's
New Discovery for consumption,
coughs or colds is guaranteed to give
relief, or money will be paitl back,
sufferers from la grippe founel it just
the thing and under its use had a
speedy and perfect recovery. Try a
Sample bottle at our expence and
learn for yourself just how good a
thing it is. Trial bottle free at Hartz
and Ul mover's drug store. Large
size 5 ' ami 1.
S. H. Clifford, New Castle, Wis.,
was trouiiieel with neuralgia ami
Rheumatism, his stomach was dis
ordered, his liver was affected to an
alarming elegree. appetite fell awav.
nd lie was terriblv reduced in flesh
and strength. Three bottles of elec
tric bitters cured him.
Etlward Sheppard, Harrisburg. 111..
had a running sore on his leg of
eignt years standing. L sea three?
bottles of electric bitters and seven
boxes of Buckley's Arnica salve, and
his leg is sound and well. John
Speal er.Catawba, Ohio. had live large
fever sores on his leg. doctors said he
was incurable. One bottle Electric
Bitters and one box Buckley's Arnica
alve cured him entirely. Sold by
Hartz & Ullemever's drug store.
BVCKLEN 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. Frice 25 cents per box.
For sale by Hartz it Ulleniever
Then Taby was sit k, we pav uer tustoria.
VC.icn .ho was a Child, site cri.vl for Cast or La,
When she b-x-anie Mi.-s she clun to CistcriaL.
When she had Chiulren, she gave thetn Cantor .a
Children Cry for
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
wcls each day. Most people need
to use it.
Chik?reri Cry for
Coughing leads to consumption.
Kemp's Balsam will stop the cough
Ch'sldrei. Cry for
In the human body there are about SC3
bones. The muscles are about 500 in
number. The length of the alimentary
canal is about 32 feet.
BE. L L. CAKKEE.
Stricken Down with Heart Disease.
Dr. Milam Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind.
OKinmfEW : I feci It my duty, sj well rj a
pleasure, to publish, unsolicited, to the world the
benefit received from o. Miles- BtToTive
Remedies. I was stricken down with Heart
lnrae and ita complications, a, rapid pulse varr
ing from 90 to H0 beats per minute, a chokirgcr
burning sensation in the wkid pipe, oppiWlo:;
ciin of the heart and below lower rib, pain in
anns, shortness of breath, ileeplesscs, vveukne
itnd peneral debility. I he arteries in rcy t;i-tt
weald thnib violently, the throbbing of n.y he: r:
rould 1 heard across a large rooin and - '.
shake ray whole body. I waa so nervous th-i. i
t r Sid not hold Eiy hand steady. I An re 6e.i
under the trrntm jnt of eminent phynisinrie,
old have taken gallon of Patent )lexitrtr
rt ithnut the Immt benefit. A friend rx-r.
rnled yonr remedies. She w&s cured by Xr
V itc-s' rexedits Ihiiveteken a m .
S.voe battles of vour New fTI IRiTn
:i-art Cure und two bottles w I 1 baa
Nervine. My pulse is normal, I have no ir.or:
. K'k-it throbbini! of the heart, i am a wcti man
i : Merely recommend everyone with tyuipt. uu
c : iTi-art Disease to take JJr. XLUcm i2.viorif
tii Kenxeitiee and bo cured.
Li.-tisum City, Kans. L. L. CaRUEB.
Sold on a Positive Guarantee.
OR MONEY RETURNED.
A new and CJomplete Treatment, cons1stingof
suppositories. Ointment in e.'apsnls, also in Bob
and Pilla; A Positive Cure for External, Blind or
Bleeding Itchinr. Chronic. Keft-nt or nereditary
Piles, Febalk weaknesses and many other dis
eases; it is always a great benefit to the peneral
health. The first discovery of a medical cure ren
dering an operation with the knife unnecesssry
hereafter. This Remedy ha never Oeen knows
to fail, rl per box. 6 for (5; sent bv mall. Why
suffer from this tcrriable disease when a written
euarantee is positiviy piven w.tU 6 bottles, to re-,
fund the money if not cured. Send sump for
fmt sam.le. Guarantee Us.d by oar arut
JAPANESE LIVER PELLET8
Acu like mazlc on the Ktomach. Liver and B.w
els; dispel Dysprpsia, Biliousness, Kever. Colds,
Nervous Uisordere,Sleeplessnes..Los of Appetite,
restore, the comnlection; prfct diiresuon foL
lows their use. 1'ositive cure for Sick. Headache
and Constipation. mall, mild, asy to take. Large
Vials of 50 Mils tents.
BAPTZ A 'JLLMSYEB Sole Agenic Hock IsW
ami w. i
'Polnnnonn IfiQQ 071 Tttta.'
tumuuuuu i.Jjj .wx a vn CULIClq
r eii Uouso
mock from Cen'ral ptra. the larrctt In Iowa.
pCBI.ICATlDN XOTI K
la the Circuit Court, in Chr-cctrj
Sept. t.nn A. l.. Is93.
Home Btiildirs; and Loan assoc'atiou of Ro:L
Island vs. Uatr Fischer.
Aaiaavit of non-residence of Hany Fischet
the above defendar.t. having betn filed in the
clerk's office of the circuit court, notice is hereby
given to the a:d non-retider.t defendant that the
coBipKinant tied his bill of complaint in said
court, on the chsncery side thereof, on the
Twenty-Unit day of July. 1SW1. and that thereupon
a summons issued out of said court, wherein said
suit is now pending, returnable on the first Mon
day in the month of September next, as is by
law required. Nov. unle s yon, the said.non
resident defendant above named. HarTy Fif'atier,
shall personally be and appear before said circuit
court on the first day of the neit term thereof, to
be holden at Kock Island in and for the said
connty. on the first Mondav in September next,
ar.d plead, arswer or demur to the said com
plainant s bill of complaint, the sme and the
matters and things therein charped and Mated
will be taken as confessed, and a decree entered
against yoa according to the praver of said bill.
GEOKGE W. GAHBLE, Clerk.
Rock Island. Illinois. July 21. 1693.
Jacksox A lU'Rsr.
Sol citors for Comp'aiL&nt.
OF ISKAL KSTATE.
By irtne of an order and decree of the county
court, or Koik Island conrty. state of Illinois,
made on the petition rf the undersigned, James
John-ton. administrator of the estate of
Ros a ie Hannfge', deceased. Irr leave to sell
the reai e:at of said deceased at the August
term, A. 1. lsiti, of said co'irt, to-wit :
un the Sth dav of ArKUM, A. D., 1S.-1, I thJ!
on the 6:h day uf September ccx'. between the
ho t rs of ID o'clock in the forenoon and 5 oloek
in the afternoon of said diy. sell at public sale,
al li e north door of the emit house in thectty
of Rick l.-land. in said connty, the real estate
described as follows, to-wit:
Thj noith twenty (3 l aces cf thj weet-half of
h- t as--U:tif t f n otion n imber two.i-:). iu town
ship sev. nteen, t lTi. north rinie two, 3i. west
of thfl Fonr.h principal meridian. exc ptini
then from the following decr:!cd rial s:a:e, to
wit: Beginning at a foitt on the l.a'f section
forty-two i42i chains and tilty-scveii (j?) links
south of the S)u:h-west corner of the south-east
quarter of said section n'ne. , and running
ihenco south sixty three ittli decrees an 1 forty
(4o niintites ca'. is til decrees 4' ni el thirteen
chains 'ind twts'j.f; cr linss. (13i-l 100 chains),
thence south fiify-two degrees and fty-flv- nvn
i tes e.is: (s 55 dti:ree fo minutes el ten chains
and fift -t inc liuk- ( iKVM KOchains more or less
to the east line of said west-ha.f of the ea-' half
of said section nine. 9 containing- between said
line and Kc-ok Rivcreight and twenty-;wo hun
dredths S 2i-!0ii) acres more or less, situated in
the county of Kock 11 mi. slate of II mo s. on
the following terms, nimey: Carh down on de
livery of deer.
Patefi this Sth day of August, A. 1.. ISM.'
JAMES R. JOHNSTON.
AdmiEis-rntor of the tetate of Rosalie llaru age
Waslir-se frverytJiiiig from a tiDr
ails tiaiKiRerchlHt t a circue
t. i; Latecnrtaine a sr-cialty
No. 1724 THIKD AVE
A. M. & L. J. PARKER,
Telephone No. 1214.
TO 3 DAYS.
I ABSOLUTS CURd FOR
WILL NOT CAUfife
'3 t? i ; HAIH so eta-
6.cr. a :.u iet,ns. -
T H THOMAS
Sc a cent
" If tronbledwith Gnnorrhml
f tileet, White.Ppermatorrhoal
F or an v uunatnral diu b
Fyour drnireist for a botr! o
iBic i. It cures In a fcwrinea
J without the aid or publicity of
.i.. en. fvun-uuibuno'is ana
leuomntwd not to stricture.
i The Universal Amrriern C-re.
u. s. a.
l'rtr ritioroi of the Bi ady street
it- -:nt Plowtre constantly on inn
:jl Brady m
A. 0. HUESII
Represents, amoc; otb r
known Fire Insurance Coir.; it. e.
Royal Insurance Compinr .-.f E-- s
Wcschetter Fire Ins. Cor,p4n 'v
BuSalo German Ie. CCDpa-V B
Rochester German Irs. Co., htifVfiV
Citizens' lis. Co., of P t:-V -"-.''
Snn Fire Office. London
Vuion Ins. Co., of Cal:fotTij
Security Ins. e'o.. ew Iia(.n f.
Milwaukee Mecuanns ins Co "w
German Fire Ins
Co.. cf ! : i,:;
lMh St. at. ; :.i
"THE OLD RELIABLE
HAYES & CLEAVEIi'
Bonds of Surety sh.p-
OFFICE Room SI, M:tche!l 4 L'-si
dork Island, Ills.
tiSecure onr rates; they wl': :t;.r-
t at rTTrnfl
General . .
The old Fire and Time-tried Cos;
Losses Promptly Pi
Rates as low as any reliable compAt; '
lour ratronaee is so.:c::rC.
STATE SAVINGS M
office Corner FiftecBth street atd 1
r A T3TT AT dM A(1 OClH f
Succeeds the Moline Savins at ' '-'
i PcrCtXT IXTECE5T .AlDi)Mi'
Organized uidvr S'.i'.e L .s
Open from 9 a. m. to S p in.,
Satnrday nigLu fron.7 : "1 -Porter
H. A. Ainsworth, - Cl
J. F. Uemenwat,
Porter Skinner. W. W. V
C. A. Rose, ' . A A"
ft. H.Edwards, W.H. A:aS-
Andrew Frlbe.'g. '. F. Uc.
REAL ESTATE L.C
mtie for private parties :n tie
pot ot the west by
Orphnrd State f
of OttCUARD, SEliKAKi
E. W. Dart, rrc.ident.
J. S. Da" c1
Mitchell A Lynde, Banker. ,
J. If. Robinson, Cashier Rock Is.m--Bank.
fl a r1. rlaw If n
enry Dart's Sons. Wholesale .GrJep