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THE AHGUK S ATURDAY, AUGUST 2(3, 1893.
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THE TBA YHjEKy HODE
-HIOaUO, ROC ISLAND PA- fit. nAIL
W wy Depot eornei Firth avenne and Thirty
rat ureH, Frank H. Plammer. agent.
tBast. i West,
HobbciI Blurts a. Minueso
to DT Express
Kansas City Day Express.
Washington Express.. ..
Omaha and Denver Vesti-1
bnle Express i
Tt Worth,D.'nrer4 &UnCu
ftlnart-kocs Island Express
M. ral and Minneapolis....
Knma City and St. Joe. ...
tM Moines, Omaha A L'n t
U j pro
7 : pm
3.45 anil 3:20 am
..ki am; "ii ;un pm
K wi I A. .11
6:17 am 9:apm
- u : iu hui- e :.lo pin
:40 am 10 20 pm
Daily. tG-ingeast. ww.
F. H Pl.t'MER. "gu
Ti. M, Att,', Pen. Alft. Phss. Dept. Daveniort
BlUN.i lM itoU i a-m.. o a t
D-jp.it P'ret y nn' and Sit'nv
M.J. Touog, agent.
fct. L -vxurerfs
t fni Bx;rei .
LPaul AW res
. rli wo Pas eigui.
8 er nr Pase ...
Lacrosse Pas-engr . . .
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7 45 PIT
... 7 0i pn
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7 :S5 p n
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7 55 a
6: SO -rr
5: 5 pm
CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE ST. t'Al'L RAIL
wt Racine fc Southwestern Division De
aot Twentieth .'reel, wiwceii First and ".",onf
avenue, . D. W. Holmes. airent.
TrtAf V. UA- &RHKS
Mu al iCtpro-..- 7l7l 9S0
8t. Pa li Sljir 4 4) jP 11 4- n
t. V 1 r--n Tioii'low 4'. ! '01 "
ROOK ISLAND PKORIA RAILWAY Dr.
pot First avenue and Twentieth street "
TRAINS. Likii AKHiva
Past Mill Express 8 MA m 7: 5 pm
Sxp'' 2 pm 1 :2! pn.
Qthie Aseommon.Atlon 9:10am 3 0'n
" 4-nn nm m
BURLlSiTlN. CEDAR RAPIDS NORTH
ern railway, depot f wt of Brady street,Dav
sport. J. B.Han ace in, Gen.T'k't & Pass.At.-ent.
Davenport Trains. Leave. Arrive.
Passenger bt:55 pmriin 4',am
Freight b5 00 aw bll:!5 i ra
Leave West Davenport.
West Liberty Tr'n tNor'h. js nth."
Taawngirr , b7:SS m bl0:i."ipm
al0:si pm al H)a a
" n6 4S am .
yreiuht ... hi :is pm j b3:nnam
b9:tft m i 11 :ispm
" bll :50am
aDailv. bD il'y except Sani iy. tUir.nj north.
Coinir Somh u.i eaxt
KOST D1BB0T BOCTB TO THX
ast. South iud Southeast.
8 Ah am
9 :H am
11 :1S ml
9 :20 i.m
4 :8S pm
4 :55 pm
Zt. Rock Island.
Prtnceviile . .
. i 1 :ln pmj
. S:4D pm
., 4-tlC pm
, :50 pm
.' J:Mi pm
. 1:2" ami
I 7:(i pm
. 11:00 pm
ln: oo am
Lv. Peoria ... .
Ar. Rock -ir.-l
1 10 :10 am 3:50 pm
I 1 :35 pm 7 :05 pm
Accomoio'litioc trains leave Rork Island at
60 a. m. and G.JO p. m; arrive at Peoria 8:50 p.
a. and 1 :15 a. m. Leave Peoaia :IM) a. m. and
7 :15p. m; arrive Rock Island 4:00 p. m and 1:35
All trains rmda'lv except Sunday.
All paseieer trains arriye and depart Union
droot. Pt ori.
Free Ccair on Fast Bxp'ess between Rock
Talondand Pe ria. both direction.
Through tioxet to all points; ha??a?c cnecked
through to destination.
L. Rock Island I B.ln am 1.00 pm
Arr. Reynolds 1 10.20 am 5.06 pm
M Cable 11.00am 540pm
L. r!aole 8.i am H.50 pm
Ar. Reynold 7.00 ami 1.45 pm
' Bock Island 7.55 am' 8.00 pm
" -i:-' Tkt. Airei t
Great Rock Island Route
TO THE UAST.
Best Dining Car Service in the World.
The Hock Island is foremost in
Kloptinfj any advantage calculated
to improve speed and rive that lux
ury, f-afety and comfort that popular
putronajxe demands. Its equipment
' thoroughly complete with vesti
buled trains, majjnilicent dinino;
ears, sleepers and chair coaches, all
the most elegant, and of recently im
Faithful and capable management
nd polite, honest service from em
ployes are important items. They
lire a double duty to the company
and to travelers and it is sometimes
m task difficult of accomplishment.
Passengers on this line will find little
cause for complaint on that ground.
tle Great Hock Island Koute runs all
Tegular trains to Englewood subur
ban station, close to World's Fair
ounds, and you can save time and
rouble 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 oce in the United States,
Canada or Mexico, or address,:
Gen'I Tkt. & Pass. Agt., Chicago, 111.
1L St John, Gen'I Mgr. Chicago 111.
krjBjjJraJAf .Mrii frS
THAT MAKES GCOD BLOOD
Will completely chancre the blod in your ystem
la three montrig' time, and ind new. rich Diood
coarelnsf throuKh your veins. U tou feel exhausted
and nervous, are Retting thin ttnd all run down.
Gilmore'a Aromatic W ine, wlifrl is a tonic and not
ft be vera fire, will rertore you to h lthand rtreneth.
Mothers, use It for your dauph era. It Is the bett
regulator and corrector for alia Iments peculiar to
woman. It enriches the blood and Rives lasting
btrenpta. It Is guaranteed to ri re Diarrhoea, Dys
entery, and all Siuniner Couipla ata, and keep uio
bold by a;i druggists fop t per bottle.
THE GKE.AT EXGI ISH REMEDY.
Pron.ptly and perma
-it Jt crvoaB Weakness, Kims
ft Tf i -w. 6i fions. Si crjjatorrhia. Im
poteni y md all eff-.-cts o(
abue or ezct-ses; bt-ci.
prescrib d t.vtr 33 year
in tliotist nds of cae,: it
ihe only reliable and hon
el nierfi :ine known: Hk
lictore awl After.
drnecistg forWoon'gPu sihoi ine: if heoili-n-sonic
worthle-s medicine in pltce of this, leave
his dii'lioiif-t More, encl. se pr ce in letter nr
we will st-nd ou by return mail, i'rice on- paf-kttzt
$1 : six. f5: one will ple.se. six will cure; pain
phlet in pluin sealed pnvelojte, 2 stairpi"; address
WOOD CHE ICAL CO.,
131 Woodward avenue. Detroit Mich.
ITTORXBY AT LW Office in Mitchell Jt
Lyn it new block
.IACKSON & HURST,
ATTORNEYS AT LW-Cffice in Kock Iland
Natioiml Bank building, Kixw Island, 111.
E. d mm tr. c. l. walker.
SWEENE.Y & WALKER-
ATTORNEY- AND COl'NSELL )-tS ATLAW-Ollic.-
in Bunct n"s i-lock. Ruck Island. 111.
C. J. SEAIUA-. s. w. SSir.LE.
SEARLE 6t SEAI1LE.
ATrORNKYS A D COUNSELLORS AT LAW -and
So iior' in Cnoncery; orKce Duford':
block, Roi-k )sl nd
MsENIRY & McEMRY.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW-Lonn noney on pood
serariij-. maie collection. Kefere: n-,
Mitchell Lyi.de, i ankers. Ofti e la I'ust'iffi e
S- W. ODELL.
ATTORNEY AT LAW-Formcrly of Port Byron.
an.1 ilnnni.' m past two years with the tirn of
B owumt: 3t tiutrik.-n at Mjline, h now oprnc-d
ai otHce in tnc ,uditorium buiidli e, room 5, at
11. M. PEAHCE.
itoom !U in Witchull St, Lynde's i ew block
DIl. J. E. IIAWTII03XE,
Teeth extracted without pain by the m-
o 1716 Second avenue, over Kreil t Math's.
Drs. Bickel & Schoeraaker,
Mitchell & Lynde's Bloci, Rooms 29-81.
Bow abo L. Hamxatt. Clakk H. Bufobd.
HA vt MATT & BUFCRD.
ARCHITECrs, Rock Island, Til. Office-Boom
41, Mitchell A Lynde building.
GEO. P. STATJDTJEAB,
Plans and superit tendenoe for all clais oi
Rooms 53 and 55, Mitchell A Lynde I uilding
DR. W. V. ADAJIS,
Physician and Surgeon.
Fpoclal attention iven to di.-t-u.-et of the Eye
Office an J resid nc !12 Twentieth street.
Ollice hottre: .1 to :i a. m., 2 to 4 and 7 to 8
P. M. Telephone No. '. m.
Physician and SnrgeoD,
1131 Third Ave.,
Telephone 127 ). KockIslnd, III.
Office Honrs: 10 u. m. to 12 m., 1 U 3 p. m, and
J, R. Uollowbueh, M, t, Geo, E, Jarth, M. D.
DRS. BAR VII U HOLLOW BUSH
PHYSICIANS AND SCKGKONS,
Offlce 40yrd st. Tcleph me 10t5
Kcsidence r' 'st st. 1188
eerie aocBR :
Dr. Bartu 1 Dr. Bollowbish
9 to 10 a, m. 10 to l ! a. m,
1 to t and 7 U 8 p. m, 2 to 5 and ' t 8 p. m.
DR. CHAS. M. ROETN30N
EYE. FAR, NO 11
Offlce McCullough Bnli ling, 14 W. 3d St.
DAVEXP KT, IA.
Hours : 9 to 11 am : 1 tot Dm.
J. F. Mrsaa, M. D. Gko. W. Wueei xb, M. D.
DRS. MYERS & WHEELER,
sr Eci.ki-TiEs :
arcsry awrt iisera of H'meu
Offlce over Kreil & Math's. Telophone 1U8.
DR. MTEUa . 1R. WBB SLEB.
10 to 12 a. m. I 8 to 10 a. m.
to & and 7 to B p. m. 1 1 to S and 7 O I c m
i Use. tUOgus. IW. I Sfii. tcici'boi.e, uw.
TWO WIDOWS WHO LEFT AN IMPRES
SION ON SOCIAL LIFE.
At the Capital Mrs. Madison Was Alwaya
Treated as the. "ldy of the Whits
Iloose" Mrs. Hamilton's Influence Wal
In the Direction of Charity.
Mrs. Madison was in high fashion dur
ing her later years. Society has its at
tacks of this kind and takes up with as
little reason as it puts down a favorite.
But there came with this late burst f
social warmth 6ome good results into her
rather chilled and necessitous life. For
in that day it was positive loss of fortune
to have held any public position. Mrs.
Madison had in vain tried for years to
effect a sale of Mr. Madison's papers to
the government, and for want of this
her means were very straitened. How
it came about I do not know, but it grew
to be the correct and indispensable thing
to call on Mrs. Madison immediately on
leaving the president's levees.
Her house was that diagonally oppo
site from Mr. Sumner's. There the best
people U!et regularly, and yet no one
could have said why. Mrs. Madison was
once the 'lady of the White House."
She had had the quick thought to cut
Washington's portrait by Stuart from
its frame and roll it carefully and carry
it off in safety from tlie invading Dritish
troops already burning Dladensbnrg
She was always gracious and sweet man
nered and. to her great credit, as much
so in her days of changed fortunes as
when she was surrounded by every aid
to a placid state of mind. And yet this
was about all that was said. And yet it
was such rii unwritten law that Mrs.
Madison must have what she wished
that just because of this mysterious de
cree of fashion she actually got fro.a
congress what she had vainly petitioned
for for years.
Mr. Buchanan stated one morning to
the senate that on such a day Mrs. Mad
ison would be such an age, and that the
$20,000 asked for Mr. Mitdisou's papers
would come well to her as a birthday
present, and it was immediately voted
to her. To be sure it waa for the writ
ings of a good patriot and statesman,
and the woman to receive it was of great
age, and it was in that far better than
the vote for nearly the same amount for
the cruel daub of a good man and sol
dier which was an evidence that emo
tional legislation is not yet extinct.
But this made the occasion of a grand
levee for congratulating Mrs. Madison
and was among the last occasions on
which she was seen in public. Her fine
figure had outlasted the threescore and
ten years, and when well prepared for
company, in her worn, old fashioned
empire gown, her turban and clusters of
artificial curls just as we see them in
the portraits of Mine, do Stael the neck
and outlines of the face well shrouded in
folds of tulle, she was still the handsome
Mrs. Madison. 1 am quite sure I never
heard her called "the widow of Madi
son." But that was the lire fix always made
to the historical name of another woman
of the same age. who also asked of con
gress the same favor shown to Mrs. Mad
ison. This lady was small and always wore
the widow's dress she had to assume in
her early life. For over 50 years she did
not vary this outward emblem of the
solitude of her heart.
She, too, like Mrs. Madison, was amia
ble and of charming manners, but she
turned from the world forever when her
great husband fell in the duel with Burr,
and from that ' time, her own children
first, and close to them in her interest
the orphans of the poor, received all her
attention. Mrs. Hamilton was the chief
founder of the Orphan Asylum of New
York. She saw its fiftieth anniversary;
she saw the other charities that grew
out of It the Children's Aid society is
one and though her quiet life is ended
her good works go on, apd her family as
well as her memory are living parts of
Mrs. Hamilton was very Email and
light of figure. Her dark, bright eyes
and white hair gave her a marquise ef
fect, and her widow's dress gave the
framing which suited her years and name.
She waa very fond of young people and
would tell ns things incidentally
which made the early hardships and pen
alties of the war for independence very
In speaking of traveling on horseback,
she told ns once how her mother and
herself had to give that up for a time
and only go from Saratoga to Albany
when a 6trong escort could guard them.
"It was after poor Jane McCrea had been
killed by the Indians," and she made us
such a picture of the condition of the In
dians after he English enlisted them
against us, that we "realized" how far
back lay the time when such a thing was
possible, and "poor Jane McCrea" be
came a real girl in place of the bad little
wood cut, with one Indian holding her
long hair, and the other flourishing his
tomahawk as he kept his foot on the keg
They have' passed completely away
the handspme, gracious, society loving
Mrs. Madison and the gentle "widow of
Alexander Hamilton." But Washington
is the wrecking ground of great names.
There are to be seen now, thankfully
working for slender pay and tremblingly
anxious to keep it safe amid the changes
In the departments, descendants of pres
idents, chief jnstices, of secretaries of the
treasury, of Jefferson, Franklin, and of
others of later names men who gave
literally their all to their country, and
who deserved the praise TalleyraJd gave
pf Hamilton, of whom he said: "I have
6een true public, virtue. I have seen the
minister of finance, who gave wealth to
bis country, toiling through the late
hours of the night to gain a support for
his young family." Mrs. Jessie B. Fre
mont in New York Ledger.
It causes a terrible falling off un the
receipts of the village postmaster when
an engaged couple gets married. Were
it not for love the post office department
would r-jc-n go ito bankruptcy.
Alcohol as a Food.
And now a word about alcohol. Of
til the substances that enter into the
dietary of man that are used for stimula
tion, to check waste and promote repair,
none is superior to alcohol. So great is
its reconf tructive power that strictly
shaking it must be classed as a food.
Whenever the powers of life are waning,
be the cause whatever it may, alcohol
ranks first among r medies to check it.
Like o iur.i. it is good if proierly used
and ba::tful if abused. It is scarcely
necessary to say much for or against al
cohol, ft is ti- well known to all of us
to net'd much comment, and I 6hall con
fine myself to speaking of its use medic
inally by those who never tasted it be
fore a physician prescribed it for some
Alcohol is unquestionably par excel
lence a food adjunct in the severe forms
t-f fever where nutriment is urgently re
quired to keep up life, but where the di
gestive organs have lost their assimila
Here, as long as the actual waste is
compensated for, alcohol does good. Be
yond that it is wor.se than useless. L'n
fortunr.tely such restricted dosage docs
not sati. fythe c:m less doctor of e;uy
conscience. lie givc-j it by the oft re
peated tablespoon fuls without stopping
to discover that the result wished for has
been attained in the slower, fuller pulse
and htronger heart.
Hundreds and hundreds of men and
women in all walks of society contracted
their tippling habit by regarding as un
restricted the advice of their physicians
that wine or stimulants of some kind are
necessary for them to take. The advice
in itstlf is justifiable, but the lack of re
striction is culpable. And so these poor,
deluded convalescents go on taking stim
ulants, which they find not only agreea
ble, but desirable, until t'.ioy bocome
6lavt-s to drink. New York Herald.
Sow Try This
It will cost you nothing anil will
surely oo you jxood, if you have a
coujjh, cold, or any trouble with
throat, chest or lungs. Dr. Kind's
New Discovery for consumption,
cougbs or colds is guaranteed to give
relief, or money will be paid back,
sufferers from la grippe found it just
the thins: and under its tte had a
speedy and perfect recovery. Try a
Sample bottle at our expellee and
learn for yourself jtt how roo a
thing- it is. Trial bottle free at Hartz
and I'lim-ycr's drug' store. I.arxe
size o;k- and sl.
S. II. Clifford. New Castle, Wis.,
was troubled wiih neuralgia and
KlieuinatiMii. bis stomach was dis
ordered, his liver was affected to an
alarming degree, appetite fell away,
and he was terribly reduced in llesh
and strength. Three bottles of elec
tric bitters cured him.
Edwaril Shejipard. llarrisburg-. 111.,
had a running sore on his leg of
eight years' standing. Used three
bottles of electric bitters and seven
boxes of Buckley's Arnica salve, and
his leg is sound and well. John
Speal t r. Catawba, Ohio. had five larjre
fever sores on his leg. doctors said he
was incurable. One bottle Electric
Bitters and one box Buckley's Arnica
salve cured him entirely." Sold by
Hartz & Ullemever's drug store.
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 & Ullemever
Fasting Versus Antifat.
Miss Mollie Nealson set out to fast 81
days. She had more pluck than strength,
but 6he managed to complete the task.
The only interesting thing in connection
with the feat is the fact that her weight
fell from 202 to 164 pounds, a loss of 1J
pounds a day. This would indicate that
.n.!ry fasting, as it is called, would
:.ot be a very efUcient antifat remedy.
If Miss Nealson wishes to continue her
explorations in this line of science, 6he
may yet become a public benefactor.
Certainly a young woman who weighs
200 pounds has a strong personal in
centive. New York World.
Bwe.ter Than Honey in the Honeycomb.
b What in life is half so i et.
As the hour w hen lovers meet ?'
Nothing is sweeter to the youthful and robust
in health, tut, alas! too many "court in poetry,
and live in pioBe'' after marriage. This is espe
cially true of the wives whoso changed relations
brine on weaknesses and derangements peculiar
to married women, so that their lives btcomc
ptwy." To all luch. Dr. Tierce's Favorite Pre
script! in is a great boon. It cure we.k backs,
headset-en, neurnli;le and "b-aring-down" ain,
dis'.ilBcemei ts fnd irrecularl les of the female
orcans. It is likewise a restorative and invijior
at ng tonic ftrer-i-thening the nerves, an"i im
pnr in; new life to the tired and debilitated,
bringing hack the "roes to the cti ek," and the
"rainbows to the eyes." Sold by nil drnpglsts
smler guarantee from its makers of satisfaction
in every case, or price, l, refunded.
When Baby was sick, we gave uer Castoria.
When Ae was a Child, she cried for Cas-toria.
When Rlie bncarue Mii, Bbe clung to Castoria,
When she had Children, she gave them Castor la.
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
bowels each day. Most people need
to use it.
Coughinjr leads to consumption.
Kemp's Balsam will stop the cough
Chi Id ret? Cryfor
id V V,
EE. L. L. CAREER.
Stricken Down with Heart Disease
Dr. JbTUes Medical Co., Hkhart, Jnd.
Gestleme : I feel It my duty, as well :..
plCHMirc, to jmiilii-h, unsolicited, to the w:el 1 1.
beuetit received from 6. Miles- Rtso rati'.
Hewedies. 1 was stneken d. wn with Hrw
Mnue m:0 its complications, a n-pid pulse val
ine from 90 to ltObeuis ir rainute, a ch.ikh-,r,'
buriaug seniatioa in tiie wiud pijc, ot-j n-v-ir
lion of the heart and below lower rib, puin in b.
.'.mis. thortiiessof breath, t.leeple.ss:ie--s, weuktie:--i.nd
ceneral debility. The arteries in c.y lu ei
v. ould tlin.b violently. theTthrohbi-igof rt.y Leu:
ooi.ld t.e heanl across a large room and .-::
hhake my whole body. I was so nervous tht .
could not hold my iiand steady. J hnwt tf
undrrthe trratm ml of eminent pftttVTt.
and have tnk'n ualUyna of jPaitc B1 erfrrir-'
without thn leant benefit. A friend recor
inended your remedies. She was cured by !;
to lies' remedies Ihavetakcn a,
three bottles of your -ew IT II I,
Heart Cure and two bottles ,
Nervine. My pulse is normal, I have no rr.nr.
violent throbbing of the heart. Ism writ man
I sincerely recommend everyone with svuipiow
of Heart Disease to take Ihr. MUr' tUttariif
tiie Kemetie and bo cured.
Uypsum City, Kans. L. L. Cakmeb.
Sold on a Positive Guarantee.
OR MONEY RETURNED.
OF KEAL ESTATE.
Bv virtue of an order and decicc of the county
court, of 11 k -(-land com. ty. slate of Illinois,
made on the petition f the undervigurd, James
John-ton. administrator of tbe estate of
Rotate Hartmge', dec an-d. lor leive to sell
thereaiestat of said nt ceased at the August
term, A. I). IS'.tf. of s iid court, to-wit:
on theSth dav of A' gust, A. D., 1S93, I t-h-ill
on the H:h riHV , f siepnniber i ox:, between tbe
ho ire of liio'c'oc J in the forenoon and 5 o lock I
in the Aft moon of aid d y. sell a public sale,
at i In- north div r of the curt house in thecity
of K ick I-land. in said t-onnty, Ihe real estate
descrilied a fo low-. to-wit:
The noith twonty 2- acres of the weet-talf of
Yi,-. , a--l,a;f f M-ction nunibt r two. ( ). intrwn
fhip sev. lit-, e", I IT north rttige two, (2). west
of the Kour h pr ncipal nieiidinn. exeepUng
therefrom the following described rial state, tin
wit; Beginning at a pou t on the half section
forty-two cna'ns mid ft. ty seven (5Ti links
south of the s -tith-v.-ci't corner of ti.e south-east
quarter of said sect:on n ne. !, and running
iht nre outh sixty three ti:ii degrees and forty
(4o) minnles t-a-i is tU degrees 1 ni e thirteen
chains r.d twenty-f. ur links, (1301 100 chaii:?),
thence south fi'fty-two degrees and fifty flvi- min
i les pii-i (s M degree-1 5 niinute e) ten chains
and lift -i ine link- (10-59 loMchalts more or less
to the east line of said west-ha f of the eas. half
of said section nine. (9 containing between said
Hue and Kock Rivereight and twenty-two hun
dredths S 2-iKi acres more or less, situated in
the connty of Kock 1-0 nd, elate of 11 ino's. on
the following terms, n imely; Cash down on de
li verv of dee".
Dated this Sth day of August, A. D.. ISM."
JAMES R. JOHNSTON.
Adniinis'iator of the tstatt of lineal. e liaru agel,
JOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Scaled proposals will be received at the City
Clerk's office. Kock Islaid, 111., until Monti a v.
Sept . lsth, 1S!I3 ni5o'clockp m.. for c usiructing
iniprovimeiits ordered by an o dinHure of sud
city p ssed i-el-ruary 2 Hli, I(i3. and cntit'ed "An
ordinance for to construe i- n of n syste of
ewers in the Seventh ward on Forty-fourth,
Fortv S' coud, Fort third and Fortv-fiiu streets
and Railroad aveiiue on Sixth avenue, an 1 on
Seventh avenue and in all-y? in b ocks 1 and 2,
Brook's addition, in bl ci-s'B ar.d C. Edcewood
park add tion, alcMaste '8 addition. Forty-fourth
street adilttion, an:i in Brook's Second adfli ion,
all in the city of Kock Island. Illinois.
Plans ai d soecincations can be seen at the
City Clerk's oiSce.
All bids must be accompanied with a certified
check in the sum of ;i"0 payable to tt e city
treasurer of said city in case "the said bidder
shall fil to enter into contract, with approved
suret:es. to execute the woik for the price men
tio ed in his bid.
The ti y reserves the light to reject any or all
Rock Island, II'... Aug. 5. lfgj.
A. D. Hl'aSlNG, City Clerk.
Notice to Electric Light Contractors.
Sealed proposals wi'l be received at the c'ty
clerk's office. Hoc sland, Illinois, until S o'clock
p. m , September 4, 18S3. for lighting th i streets
of the city by elec ricity. the lamps to be of
standatd -,000-cindle ower each to the number
ot 100 to 140 lights suspended at street Intersec
tions or on p ties at such places as the city may
direct, he term of contract to be for five years
from D-cember 1. 18113 The specifloati ns can
be seen at the city clerk'e offlce. The city re
serves the right to reject any or all bids.
A. D IIctsiiiQ, City Clerk.
Dated Rock Island. Illinois, Aug. 12 1MW.
3 to 3 DAys.
N ABSOLUTE CiiRf FORI
WILL MOT CAURt
MHIfjrUHt. Ask FORI
'J Q 1? N0 8TA.-N.
Crnrra; 'hen.icjl Co,
Clueusrc miiu .'eortft.
T H.THOMAS Sol" eent
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A. D. HUESING,
Represents, among other tlme--.rlel and well
known Fire Insurance Companies, the following.
Poyal Insurance Company, of England.
Vesche-ter F.re Ins. Company, of N v.
Huffulo German Ils. Company, Buffalo c v
Kochester German Ins Co., hoche-ter, X V
Citizens It s Co., of Pitl-'burg I'a. ' "'
Sun Fire Office, London.
V n ion Ins. Co., of California.
Security Ins. Co., New Haven, Conn.
Milwaukee Mechanics Ins. Co., iliiwM., x.
German Fire Ins. Co., of Pecria, 111.
Office Cor. 18th St. and 2d Ave.
Kock Island, Ii.l
"THE OLD RELIABLE."
HAYES & CLEAVELAND
Representing over 40 Million Dollars
of Cash assets
Fire, Life, Tornado.
Bonds of Suretyship.
OFFICE Room 21, Mitchell Lynde'e block
tfork Island, Ills.
JSTSecnre our rates: they will interest you.
J M BUFORD,
General . .
The old Fire and Time-tried Companies
Losses Promptly Paid.
Sates ae low as any reliable company can afford
Your Patronage is solicited.
STATE SAVINGS BANK.
Office Corner Fifteenth street and Third Ave,
Succeeds the Moline Savings t ana. Organised 1S89
5 Per CIST INTEREST 1AID ON DEPOSITS.
Organized nuder State Laws.
Open from 8 a. ra. to S t m., and Wednesday and
Saturday nights from7 to 8pm
Ports h SKnraKB,
H. A. Aihswohth,
I. F. BliUTii,
Porter Skinner. W. W. Wells,
C. A. Rose. H. A. Atasworth,
Q. H. Edwards, W. H. Adams,
Andrew Friberg, c. F. H.meuway,
REAL ESTATE LOANS
mide for privste parties in the garden
spot of the west by the
Orchard State Bank
of OBCUARD, NEBRASKA.
E. W. Dart, President.
J. 8. Dart Cashier.
Mitchell A Lynde, Bankers.
J. F. Robinson, Cashier Rock Island Nation
C. C. Carter, M. D. ""
lenry Dart's Sons. Wholesale Qroers.
Washes sverything from a fine
silk handkerchief to a circus
tent; Lace curtains a specialty.
No. 1724 THIRD AVE.
A. M. & L. J. PARKER, .
Telephone No. 1214
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