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THE AHGUS, IUESDAY, AUGUST 29, J&93.
rtBlCAOO, BCKJK ISLAND PACIFIC JKAIL
J way Depot eornei Fifth avenue and Thirty
Ant street, Frank H. Flummer, agent.
Council BlaHa Minneao-
ta Day Express I
Kansas City Day Express. . .
Washington Express ......
Omaha and Denver Vesti-1
btrie Express I
Ft vVorth-Denver & (4nUltj
7 :b pm
Btnart-Rock Island Express
1u.w pin w.i.i niu
6:17 am 9:a"pm
St. Paul and Minneapolis.
Kansas City and St. Joe. ..
Dee Moines, Omaha St Lin
- v.u null" c.wpul
:40ara'10 30 pm
Dally. tG-Ingast. i'Wnrweni.
P. H.Pi.rER. sgt.
t. M. An.n. Pen. Agt. Pass. Dept. Dave n iort
BUf.LisuTo.N KoaTB-c b. a kai
wif-Depot First avenne .ud 8ixten'h -i
X.J. Young, agent.
t. Ijui txires. . 6:45 an.
t i.eni Express ... I 7:45pm
81 Paul Rxpren I (rt pic
dearuswwn Pas eager. . j s:0pm
Sterling Passe I 7 :55 irn
Ladrosse Passenger I 9:50 am
e 35 a n
7 55 a
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE A ST. PAUL RAIL
way Racine A Southwestern Division De
pot Twentieth street, between First and Second
avenne, E. D. W. Holmes. aent.
TRAINS. Litl ABHIva
Mail and Ibxpresn rnoiT 9 30 7
81. Paul Expn-ss 4 4Jim 11:4' am
ft. Accommodation :45 -tr 01 r
ROCK ISLAND PKORIA RAILWAY DK
pot First svenne and Twentieth atreet. "
H. Rockwell, Agent.
TRAINS. Liavm Aamva
Fast Mall Express 8:06 am; 7:05 pm
Express 2:S0pm 1:25 pm
Cable Accommodation...... 9:10am! 3 01pm
" 4:(10pm :i am
BCHWNGTON, CEDAR RAPIDS NORTH
era railway, depot foot of Brady street,Dav
enport. J. B.Hannemn, Gen.T'k't A Pass. Agent.
Davenport Trains. Leave. Arrive.
Passenger b4:55 pm MO-45 am
Freight bS OO am bll;1S pm
Leave West Davenport.
West Liberty Train tNorth. tnth".'
l7 :f in bl0:tpm
al0:80 pm I a4 50a a
ao i am
hi :15 pm
Daily, bDally except Sunday. tOoiog north,
floinfr Sooth and east
afOST DTRBCT BO OTB TO THE
East. South and Southeast.
8 :0a am
Lv. Rock Island.
. 1 :1ft pm
. 3:40 pm
. j 4 '0C pm
i 9:50 pm
. 1 3 :f) pm
6 :55 pm
. 1:20 am
! 7:30 pm
At. Rock Isiir.d
,111:10 am. 3:50 pm
I l:pm 7:05 pm
Accommodation trains leave Rock Island at
60 a. m. and 6.20 p. m: arr.ve at Peoria 3:50 p.
nv and 1 :15 a. rq. Leave Peojia :00 a. m. and
7 :15 p. m; arrive Rock Island 4:00 p. m. and 1:95
All trains run dallv except Sunday.
All passenger train, arrive and depart Onion
Pree Chair ca-on Past Express between Rock
f llond and Peoria, both directions.
Through tioket to all points; baggage coecked
through to destination.
Lv. Rock Islaua 9.1Q am 4.00 pm
Arr. Reynolds 10.20 am 5.06 pm
Cabin 11.00am 5.40pm
Accom. i Accom.
Lt. Cable 6.20 am, 19.50 pm
Ar. Reynolds 7.00 am ; 1.45 pm
" Kock Island .. 7.55 am1 3.00 pm
B. B. BUD LOW,
' Txt. Airei t
Breat Rock Island Route
TO THE KAJ3T.
Best Dining Car Service in the World.
The Rock Island is foremost in
adopting any advantage calculated
to improve speed and give that lux
Dry, safety and comfort that popular
patronage demands. Its equipment
thoroughly complete with vesti
buled trains, magnificent dining
ears, sleepers and chair coaches, all
the most elegant, and of recently im
Yuithful and capable management
and polite, honest service from em
ployes are important items. They
are a double duty to the company
ad to travelers and it is sometimes
a task dillieult of accomplishment.
Passengers on this line will lind little
cause for complaint on that ground.
Che Great Rock Island Route runs all
"Cgular trains to Englcwood subur
jaa station, close to World's Fair
rounds, and you can save time and
.rouble by getting off at that point
ad 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 address:
Gen'l Tkt. & Fass. Agt., Chicago, III.
E. St John, Gen'l Mgr. Chicago 111.
TWO WEEKSjsJM YEARS
Kickapoo Indian Sagwa Shows
Blood Cleansing Cualities of
Roots, Barks and Herbs.
Meriden, N. H., Deo. 3, 1892. '
I was a con
and Skin Dis
eases for four
years, and em
ployed the best
shire and con
help, I began
J. H. Moore, Meriden, X. B S&gwa and I
certify under oath that lthasanora
ed me more relief in the past two
weeks than all the different physi
cians in the past four years.
JOHN H. MOORE, Meriden, N. H.
Cobsish, 5. H., Dec. S, 1S93.
Personally appeared John II. Moore, well
known to me to bo reliable ni
tuaile ottth that the forego ng elate went by
him signed is true.
Before me, WM. H. SISSON, Notary Pub.
Kickapoo Indian Sagwa.
Nature' Remedy of Roots. Harks and Herbs
for the Blood, Liver, Stomach and Kidneys.
Sold by Druggists. $1.00 per chttle, Six for $5.00
E- PARMEN PER,
ITTORNBY AT LW Offlje in Mitchell &
Lyn.it . new block
JACKSON Sc EURST,
ATTORNETS AT LW-ofB-e In Rock Island
National Bank building. Hoc Island, 111.
K. B. SH ET. c. L. WALK fa.
SWEENEY & WALKER.
ATTORNEY'S AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
Oftice in Benc.ton's block. Hock Island. 111.
C. J. SEABLB. . w. 8 EARLS,
SEARLE fc SEARLE.
ATrORNEYS A DCOUNSELLORS ATLAW
and So tcitor in Chance-y; office Bnford's
block. Rock Isl .nd
MoENIRY & MtENIRY.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW Lo in money Dn pood
veenrltv. make cnlliinn R
Mitchell & Lymie, Cankers. Office In Fcwtofflce
a. w. nnTTi.T.
ATTORNEY AT LA W-Fonr erly of Port Byron.
I 1 . n H dllHn.r Ihu i.u ...... .... I . L. ... a
- X t"1" L i " ' jo re trim uic una oi
Browning St Eutriken at Molin :, ha now opened
. uui.uuc tuuiiunuiu "uuuirg, room a, at
R. M. PEAECE,
noom 33 in Mitchell & Lrnile'a new blocs.
DK. J. E. HAWTHORNE,
Teeth extracted without pain by the ne
No 1716 Second avenne. over Krell t Math's.
Drs. Bickel & Schoemaker,
Mitchell & Lynde's Block. Rooms 29-31.
Edward L. Hamxati. Clark H. BnroRD.
HAMMATT & EUFORD.
ARCHITECTS, Rock Island 111. Office Room
41, Mitchell & Lynde bull ling.
GEO. P. STATJDTJHAR
Plans and sapertt tendunoi. for airclats of
Rooms fa and !, Mitchell A Lynde building
DR. W. W. ADAMS,
Physician and Surgeon.
Special attention given to diseases of the Eye
Office and residence 312 Twentieth street.
Office honre: 10 to la . 2 to 4 and 7 to 8
V. X. Telephone No. 1S09.
Physician and Surgeon,
1134 Third Ave.,
Telephone 1270. Rock Island, III.
Office Hours: 10 a. m. to 12 m., 1 to 3 p. m. and
J, R. Elollowbneh, M, D, ieo, E, Barth, M. D.
DRS. BARTH & HOLLOWBUSH
DHYSIClANa AND SjRGEONS,
Office 40;! 23rd st. Telephone 10S5
Residence TSlSlst St. 1188
Dr. Barth Dr. dollowbnsh
9 to 10 a, m. I 10 to 12 a. m,
1 to Sand 7 to 8 p.m. t lo5and7to8p.m.
DR. CHAS. M. ROBINSON
Office McCullough Bulldin,;, m W. 3d St.
D iVENPORT. IA.
Bonn: 9 to 11 am: 1 to 4 Dm.
J. F. Mtxbs, M. D. Geo. W . Whbklxb, M. D.
DRS. MYERS & "VrHEELER,
tnrcry and uisear or Wsnn
Office over Kre!! ft Path's. Telephone 1148.
DB.MYKIU. I DR.WHBU.BB.
10 to 12 a. )?-'".
2 to 5 r 1 . " il, . , . no ,
Hib. teie'i liuuo Vau. liu. teiephune, 1190.
NAPOLEON ON RECIPROCITY.
A Possible Reason TThy Kngland Wat Al
ways Ready to Fight 11 im.
Napoleon was in very good spirits
irad seemed very desirous to show that
though he had ambition England was
not without her share also. He said that
ever since the time of Cromwell we had
set up extraordinary pretensions and
arrogated to ourselves the dominion of
the sea; that after the peace of Amiens
Lord Sidmouth wished to renew the for
mer treaty of commerce, which had been
made by Vergennes after the American
war, but that he (Napoleon), anxious to
encourage the industry of France, had
expressed his readiness to enter into a
treaty, not like the former, which it was
clear from the portfolio of Versailles
must be injurious to the interests of
France, but on terms of perfect reci
procity viz, that if France took so
many millions of English goods England
should take as many millions of French
produce in return. Lord Sidmouth said:
"This is totally new. I cannot make a
treaty on these conditions."
"Very well. I cannot forc you into a
treaty of commerce any more than you
can force me, and we must remain as we
are without commercial intercourse."
"Then," said Lord Sidmouth, "there
will be war, for unless the people of
England have the advantages of com
merce secured to them which they have
been accustomed to they will force me
to declare w..r."
"As you please. It is my duty to
study the just interests of France, and
I shall not ei:ter i::to any treaty of com
merce on other principles than those I
He stated that although England made
Malta the pretext, all the world knew
that was not t lie real cause of the rup
ture that he was sincere in his desire
for peace, as a proof of which he sent his
expedition to San Domingo. When it w s
remarked by Colonel Campbell that Eng
land did not think him sincere, from his
refusing a treaty of commerce and send
ing consuls to Ireland with engineers to
examine the harbors, he langhed and
said that was not necessary, for every
harbor in England and Ireland was well
known to him. Bertrand remarked that
every embassador was a 6py.
Napoleon said that the Americans ad
mitted the justness of his principles of
commerce. Formerly they brought over
some millions of tobacco and cotton,
took specie in return and then went
empty to England, where they furnished
themselves with British manufactures.
He refused to admit their tobacco and
cotton unless they took from France an
equivalent in French produce. They
yielded to his system as being just. He
added that now England had it all her
own way, that there was no power which
could successfully oppose her system, and
that she might now impose on France
any treaty she pleased.
"The Bourbons, poor devils here he
checked himslf . are great lords, who are
contented with having back their estates
and castles, but if the French people be
come dissatisfied with that the treaty
and find that there is not the encourage
ment for their manufactures in the in
terior of the country that there should
be, they the Bourbons will be driven
out in six montlis. Marseilles, Nantes,
Bordeaux and the coast are not troubled
by that, for they always have the same
commerce, but in the interior it is an
other thing. I well know what the feel
ing is for mo at Ten-are, Lyons and those
places which have manufactures, and
which' I have encouraged." Thomas
TJssher, R. N., in Century.
How Crinoline Is I'ncd.
Talking with a celebrity on feminine
costume a day or two ago I lightly touched
the mooted point crinoline and asked
the masterly opinion on the subject.
"Crinoline," replied the young man, "as
we employ it, is not likely to detract
from feminine grace or loveliness. On
the contrary, all I desire is to give a con
sistent appearance to the materials em
ployed, and for that purpose some con
venient and as light as possible material
has had to be adopted. Alpaca woven
with horsehair is about the least weighty
lining going and accordingly is more in
demand than any other. It is also prob
able that later on strips of aluminium
will be used o rigidly maintain the hems
of skirts in runnel shape. Stiff muslin
sewn with narrow lines of straw is forth
coming from several manufacturers, but
it is exceedingly heavy and inconvenient,
and in consequence I have not given it
house room." London Telegraph.
Women of Their Period.
In the great momentum of the women
movement, which gains new victims
every day, one is inclined to overlook
the fact that woman was a power moral
ly, socially and intellectually in the fif
teenth century as well as the nineteenth,
that the doors of the universities were
open to her not only to study but to
teach within their sacred precincts. In
the University of Salamanca she had a
place, and when Isabella of Spain de
sired to acquire the Latin tongue it was
to a woman that she turned for a tutor.
In Italy, even in the thirteenth century,
a noble Florentine lady won the palm of
oratory in a public contest in Florence
with learned doctors from all over the
world. New York Sun.
Street Railway Crossings.
Grade crossings on street railways are
as- dangerous as on trunk lines and
should be just as carefully protected. If
a railroad company should cross the
tracks of another, leaving the chances of
collision to be avoided solely by the
watchfulness of the engineer, there would
be a great hue and cry. Yet similar
carelessness ia passed over in the case of
street railways, though the danger is
even greater on account of the increase 1
frequeney with which the tracks are
used. Elate Field's Washington.
A Bad Habit.
Mrs. Clam whooper John , you have a
very annoying habit of saying "What's
that?' whenever yon are spoken to. Cant
you break yourself of it?
K. ; . v wH-r (reading) Eh
what s that? Texas Sittings.
A Bargain Driven by Emerson.
We were speaking of Emerson, and I
bad shown my idolatry ' of that sweet
Athenian Yankee, when my friend said:
"There is no question that Ralph Waldo
Emerson was a grand old American
Socratt? . or Plato if you will, but much
of the Bij ch of my veneration for him
was taken out by the way he once con
tended with the newsdealer at the Cause
way street end of the Fitchburg depot
for the reduction of the price of a Boston
evening daily paper because it was of the
issue of a day or two previous. It re
minded me of the huckstering I wit
nessed in a bakeshop some time before,
where a woman insisted on having a
6-cent loaf for 3 cents because it was two
days old, and finally, after a wordy con
tention with the worthy white capped
baker, compromised by paying 4 cents
for the bread.
"Ralph, the venerable, had the cour
age of his mercenary convictions and in
sisted for a time on having a cent reduc
tion on the price of the paper. The
newsdealer, too, had the courage of his
trade and did not seem to care a baubee
for the author of the 'Over Soul,' al
though I found afterward that he knew
the intellectually august gentleman with
whom he was' dealing. Knowing the
person of the Concord philosopher, I was
amused enough to wait over another
train, had not the purchaser and vender
compromised, and the dear good man
bought the wished for old paper with
another of that evening's issue." Bos
Pronounced Hopeless. Vet Saved-
From a letter written by Mrs. Ada
E. Hurd, of Groton, S. D." we quote:
"Was taken with a bad cold, which
settled on my lungs. Cough set in
and finally terminated in consump
tion. Four doctors gave me up, say
ing I could live but a short time. I
gave myself up to my Saviour, deter
mined if I could not stay with my
friends on earth, I would meet my
absent ones above. My husband was
advised to get Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption, Coughs and
Colds. I gave it a trial, took in all,
eight bottles; it has cured me, and
thank God I am now a well and
hearty woman. Trial bottles free at
Hartzfe Bahnsen's drug store, regu
lar size, 50c and$l.
Good looks are more than skin
deep, depending upon a healthy con
dition of all the vital organs. If the
liver be inactive, you have a bilious
look, if your stomach be disordered,
you have a dyspeptic look, and if
your kidneys be affected you have a
pinched look. Secure good health
and you will have good looks. Elec
tric Bitters is the great alterative
and tonic, acts directly on these
vital organs. Cures pimples,
blotches, boils and gives a good com
plexion. Sold at Ilartz & Bahnsen's
drug store, 50c per bottle
BfCKLEN 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 positively cures piles or
nc pay required, it is guaranteed
to give perfe"t satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 2.5 cents per box.
For sale by Hartz & Ulleniever
An Odd Love Letu-r.
A lady lias written the life c.r the Arch
duke Carl Salvator, the brother of the
Grand Duke of Tuscan;.-, who died sud
denly about a year ago. A letter now
published, sent by t'.ie king of Naples'
sister, Maria Immacr.lata, to the arch
duke, then 0 years old. who had hon
ored her with an ofTer of marriage, i
worth reading. The princess, who was
15, and became the archduke's wife two
years later, wrote: "My Dear Cousin
Your honored letter gave me all the
more joy because I see from it that you
have for a long time entertained the
idea of marrying me. I hope that God
and the Holy Virgin will give me grace,
that I may satisfy you in everything;
that I may make you happy all your life
long and be devoted, obedient and re
spectful to your parents. I ask them to
'receive me as their daughter. I thank
you also for the photograph you sent,
and hoping soon to see you in Rome re
main ever your devoted cousin, Maria
Immaculata." It would be interesting
to know what governess or tutor was re
sponsible for this composition. London
The One-hoii Fhsy.
The popular feature of the "ono-hoss shay"
was, that it was "built in sn h a wond rfnl way"
that it had no "weakest part." The "weakest
part"1 of a woman is invariably her back, and
"female weaknesses" are only too common.
With the ue of Dr Pierce's Favorite Prescrip
tion, this may be avoided, ard w. men may be
comparatively as strong as their brothers. Pro
lapsus, irflammatian, ulceration, periodical
pains', lencorrhea, dragging down sensations, de
bility, nervonsners, sleeplessness, despondency,
are o lv a few of the Rvmptomf of eakness of
the female organs which the Favorite Prescrip
tion Is wanautcd to remove.
When Baby was sick, we gave tier castoria.
Wlen r-he was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
When she had Children, she gave them Castor ia.
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 Balsam will stop the cough
Children Cry far
L called the "Father of Diseases.'
It is caused by a Torpid Liver,
and is generally accompanied with
LOSS OF APPETITE,
BAD BREATH, Etc.
To treat constipation successfully
It is a mild laxative and a tonic to
the digestive organs. By taking
Simmons Liver Regulator you
promote digestion, bring on a. reg
ular habit of body and prevent
Biliousness and Indigestion.
" "My wife was sorely distressed with Constipa
tion and coughing, followed with Bleeding Piles.
After four months use of Simmons Liver Regulator
she is almost entirely relieved, gaining strength
and flesh." W. B. Luna, Delaware, Ohio.
Haa oar Z Stamp in red on wrapper
J. U. ZEiLUI S CO., Philadelphia, Pa.
OF REAL ESTATE.
By virtne of an order and decree of the connty
court, of Rock Island connty, state or Tlllnoi?,
made on the petition rf the undersigned, James
K, John-ton. administrator of the estate of
Roealie Hartnuge1, deceased, for lesve to sell
the reat estat of said deceased at the Angnst
term, A. D. 1893, of said conrt, to-wit:
On the 8th dar of Angust, A. D., 1893, 1 thill
on the 6th day .f September rex , between the
ho irs of 10 o'clock in the forenoon and 5 o lock
in the afternoon of said d y. sell at public sale,
at the north door of the ci.nrt honse in thctty
of Rock IMand. In said connty, the real estate
described as follows, to-wit:
The notth twenty (20 acres of the west-half of
the ea-half of section number two.tz). in town
ship seventeen, (171, north range two, (2). west
of the Four.b principal meridian, excepting
therefrom the followimr described rial estate, to
wit: Beginning at a point on the half section
forty -two (42) chains and nity-seven 57 links
sonth of the s inth-west corner of the south-east
quarter of said section nine, i9, and running
thence south sixty three (63) degrees and forty
(40) minutes eat (s 63 degrees 40 m e) thirteen
chains and twenty-f. nr links. (1324 100 chains),
thence south fiifty-two degrees and fifty flvi- min
i tcs eas (s 52dt pree f.5 rolnntei e) ten chains
and fift -l ine link- ((10-59 10.chiaimore orle?s
to the east line of said west-half of the eas. half
of said section nine. (9 containing between said
line and Rock River eight and twenty-two hun
dredths (8 22-100) acres more or less, situated in
the connty of Hock 11 nd. Mate of Iliino'g. on
the following terms, nnmely: Cash down on de
livery of deeo.
Dated this 8th day of August, A. D . 1S93.
JAMES R. JOHNSTON.
Administrator of the Estate of Rosal.e Uarccagel,
OTICK TO CONTRACTORS.
Scaled proposals will be received at the City
Clerk's office. Kock Island, 111., until Mondav,
fept. ISth, lSPt at 5 o'clock p m.. for constructing
improvements ordered by an o-dinnnce of said
city p-ssed Ketiruary 2;.1h, 1M1S. andentit'td "An
ordinance for tho construi. in of a evsie or
ewers in the Seventh ward on Forty-fourth.
Fortv-seroad. Forty third and Fortv-nih streets
and Railroad avenue on Sixth avenue, an i on
Seventh svenne aim in all' vs m ti'ocks 1 and 2.
Brook's addition, in bl rkg"B and C. Edgewood
park addition, VcMate 's addition. Fortv-for.rtn
street ad. lition, and in Brook' Seem d adi:i ion.
all in the city of Kock Island, Illinois.
Plans ai d sm-cilicatinns can be seen at the
City Clerk's office.
All bids must be accompanied with a certified
check in the sum of S2S0 payable to trie city
treasurer of said c'tv in case "the said bidder
shall full to enter into contract, witi approved
sureties, to execute tlie work for the price men
tio ed in his bid.
The ti y reserves the light to reject any or all
Rock Island, 11'... Ang. 35. 1S91.
A. D. HUKSING. City Clerk.
Notice to Electric Light Contractors.
Sealed prjposals wi'l be received at the c'tv
clerk's office. Keen 'sland. Illinois, until & o'clock
p. m . September 4, 1893. for lighting thi streets
of the city by elec:ricity, the lamps to be of
standard 2,000-candle tower each to the number
ol lOOto 140 lights suspended at street intersec
tions or on poles at such places as- the city may
direct, 'he term of contract to be for five yews
from December 1. 1893 The specinoatiras can
be seen at the city clerk's office. The city re
serves the right to reject any or all bids.
A. D. HcBsrKo, city Clerk.
Dated Rock Island. Illinois, Aug. 13. 1893.
STATE SAVINGS BANK.
office Corner Fifteenth street and Third Ave.
Succeeds the Holine Sa vines at.. Organiaed 186
5 Per CENT INTEREST AlD ON DEPOSITS.
Organised nnder State Laws.
O en from 9 a. m. to S m., and Wednesday and
Saturday eights from? to 8pm
Pobtbr Sbxhkib, - - President
J. F. HcKENwaT, - - . Cashier
Porter SKinner. W. W. Wells,
C. A. Rose, l . A. Alns wort b,
Q. H. Edwards, W. H. Adams,
Andrew Priberg, P. F. Hamcuway.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
made for private parties in the garden
spot of the west by the
Orchard State Bank
or OttCHARD, NEBRASKA.
B. W. Dart. President.
J.8. Dat Cashier.
Mitchell A Lynde, Bankers.
J. F. Robinson, Cashier Rock Island Nation
V. C. Carter, M. D. """'
Henry Dai t's Sons, Wholesale Oro en.
A. D. HUESING?
Represents, among othef time-trie 1 and
known Fire Insurance Companies, the fo:i
Royal Insnrance Comnanv. of Knio,,.i
Wesche ter Fire Jus. Company, Jr N y
Bnffalo German Ins. Company, Buffalo v
Rochester German Ins. Co., ioche-ter v
Citizens' Irs. Co., of Pittebur I'a " '
Sun Fire Office, London.
Vnion Ins. Co., of California.
Security ins. Co., New Haven, ronn
Milwaukee Mechanics Ins. Co.. M, ,a.,.
German Fire Ins. Co., of Peoria, III.
Office Cor. 18th St. ami -J, Ave.
Uock Island, III
"THE OLD RELIABLE."
HAYES & CLEAVELAND
Representing over 40 Million Dollars
of Cash assets
Fire. Life. Tornado.
Bonds of Suretyship.
OFFICE Room 81, Mitchell A Lyndc'e b;ock
Kock Island, Ills.
tVBecore our rates; they will interest you.
J M BUFORD,
General . .
The old Fire and Time-tried Companiei
Losses Promptly Paid.
Rates as low as any reliable company c n afford
Your Patronaee is solicited.
Corner Cottage Grove avenne and Slxty fontth
uijr o uiiuuies trom woria 8 lair.
Superior dining room; elevated railroad.
Now open. Bates moderate. European.
Wi. N. Pilouse, 8upt.
Broadway, Cor. Prince St.. New York City.
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boat and ferry landings pass the door.
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