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THE ARGUS, SATUKDAY, SEPTEMBERVIS.
THE TBATELEKS' HUIDE.
rH10AOO, ROCK ISLAND PACT TIC KAIL
S' way Depot cornet Plfth svenne and Thirty
rat street. Frank H. Plnmmer. agent.
it An. JWin,
Council Binds M Minneeo- '
ta Day Express
K visas City Day Express. .
Washington Express. . ..
Omaha and Denver Vesti-1
bnle Express (
Ft Worth-Denver k rt nClti
7 :45 am
7 :6 pm
L Q AK ....
-II ;uo pm
o ;C4l am
Stuart-Rock Island Express
St Paul and Minneapolis....
Kansas City and St. Joe
Dee Moines, Omaha A Lin-1
6:17 am :(pm
6:40 am 8:85 pm
:40 am;10:20 pm
Dally. tG-ingeast. 'tip west.
F. B Plfkmrr. gU
L. M. Allih. Ofn. Agt. Pass. Dept. Davenport
BCKUSuToN KoUlB-C, B. J. KAi
way Depot Pi rut avenue and Sixteenth "
V. J. Young, went.
j TRAINS. j . r ......
v. L,jol- -ixureu. ........: a6 a. 7:3S pn
( ' t Leal Bzprer I ''45 pm 1 85 a
- , St. Paal Express 7 0 pre 7 55 a
. , ' neurdstown PiS'onger. il:f0pra 10:4au
1 ' i S eriln Ps.se-."- 7:m 6:50 pm
LaCrosse Passenger 9:50 am 5:"6 pm
-V : 'Doily.
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE A ST. PAUL KAIL
at -tneine A Sonthweutern Biviaion De-
w Twen-ieih trei. between Flret and Srond
iTonae, S. D. W. Holme.eent.
TRAINS. Lcab Abbivk
' Mail and Express 7:00o 9 30 jc
it . Paal Exp . 4 4') m tr4 air
Ft. Hccommodatlon.... . A n 0 -n
ROCK ISLAND PEORIA RAILWAY OB
pot First arenas and Twentieth atreet. P
B. Rockwell, Agent.
8 :l am j 7 :06 pm
2:90 pm! 1: pm
t:10 am! 3 0 pm
4:00 pm1 8:ia m
Fan Mall Express.... .
BURLINGTON, CEDAR RAPIDS ft NORTH
ern railway, depot foot of Brady street,tav
nport. J.B.Bannegan, Oen.T'k't 4 PaJB.Aneot.
Leare Wert Darcnport,
b4:55"l)m hl0""45 am
bS:C0 amlbll:15 pm
West Liberty Train
tNorth. ;S' nth.
. I b?:95tm bl0:Spm
a 45 am
hi :15 pm
aDaily. bDaily except Sundty. tOoing north.
OoinaT Sooth and east
M0ST DOiacT SOVTB TO THl
East, South and Southeast.
B :27 pm
4 :SS pm
Lt. Rock Island.
11 :16 am
Eloominirton i 1:1ft
9 16 pm
12 06 n't
3t. Louis ... .
I 8:60 pm
I 8:50 pm
i 7:in pm
j 1 :21 am
I 7:SH rm
Vr. Rock Nlnn'l..
10:10 am it -50 in
I 1 : pm I 7:06 pm
Accommodatioc trains leave Hock Island at
8 iOO a. m. and 6.3) p. m; arrive at Peoria 8:50 p.
m. and 1 :15 a. m. Leave Peojla :0O a. m. and
7 :15p. m; arrive Rock Island 4 :00 p.m. and 1:5
All trains mn dailv except Sunday.
All p&ssengor trains arrive and depart Union
Free Chair etron Fast Express between Rock
talond and Peoria, both directions.
Through ttoket to all point ; baggage coecked
through to destination.
Lv. Rock llaad .
IliUV .111) U,W )l
a. 40 pm
6.30 am: 19.50 pm
" Rock Island.
7.00 am 1.45 pm
7.66 am' 8.00 pm
Tkt. Ate: t
Great Rock Island Route
TO THE AST.
Bebt Dining Car Service it the World.
The Rock Island is f n emost in
adopting any advantage calculated
to improve speed and givt- that lux
ury, safety and comfort, thut popular
patronage demands. Its. equipment
'& thoroughly complete h ith vesti
buled trains, manilieriit dining
(tors, sleepers and chair coaches, all
the most elegant, and of recently im
Faithful and capable Management
sna polite, honest service from em
ployes are important iu;ms. They
re a double duty to the company
and to travelers and it is sometimes
a task difficult of accom plishment.
Tassengers on this line will find little
cause for complaint on that ground.
rhe Great Rock Island Route runs
egular trains to Englewood subur
xin station, close to World's
i rounds, and vou can save time
tfouble by getting off at that point
,na avoid tue crowd in tne citv.
For full particulars as to tickets,
maps, rates, appiy ro sry coupon
ticket ollice in the United btates,
Canada or Mexico, or address:
Gcn'l Tkt. & Pss. A,rt., CL:ejo, 111
ILSt John. 000'! Mgr Chioiro
TWO WEEK!! vs. FOUR YEARS
Eickapoo Incian Sagwa Shows
Blood Cleaising 'Qualities of
Roots, Barks and Herbs.
Merid:jn, N. H., Dee. S, 1892.
I was a con
and Skin Dis
eases for four
years, and em
ployed the best
shire and con
help, I began
sagwa and I
J. H. Moort, Mfrilen, K.
certify under oath that it has afford
ed me more relief in the past two
weeks than fill the different physi
cians in the pact four years.
JOHN H. HOORE, Meriden, N. H.
COEtsiSH, X. H., Deo. 3, 1S93.
Personally appeared John H.Moore, well
known to me to be reliable and
lnmie oath that t ie foregoing statement by
him signed ia trv e.
Before me, WJI. n. SISSON, Notary Pub.
Kickapoo Indian Sagwa.
Kature'l Remtdy of Roots, Sorts and Herbs
for the Blood, Livt-r, Stomach and Kidneys.
Sold by Druggists, t.1.00 per Bottle, Six for $5.00-
ATTORNEY AT LW Office in Mitchell 4
Lynae'a new bljck
JACKSON & HURST,
kTTORNETS A V L4W-Offlce In Rock Island
National Bank building, Roct Island, 111.
B. O. BWXB bt. C. l. WALB.IB.
SWEEN Y & WALKER.
ATTORNEY AN 1 COUNSELLORS AT LAW
Office in Beng.'-on's block. Rock Island. 111.
C. 1. SBARLB. 8. W. 8BABLH.
SEARLE A SEARLE.
ATTORNEYS A I' COUNSELLORS AT LAW
and So icitor in Cbancery; office Buford'r
block. Rock Ibi .nd
McENIRY & McENIRY.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW Loan money on good
security, make collection. Hrfumnrp
Mitchell & Lynde, bankers. Office in Postofflce
S- V. ODELL.
ATTORNEY AT L4W Formerly of Port Byron,
and durimr tn i ast two veara with the Arm of
! .-owning A Entrik- n at Mullne, has now opened
0 office in the And torinm bniidlnir
R. M. PEARCE,
doom 33 in atltciell ALynde'anew block.
DR. J. E. HAWTHORNE,
Teeth ex traced without Dam bv the new
No 1716 Second a venne. over Erell t Math's.
Drs. Bickal & Schoemaker,
Mitchel'. & Lynde's Block. Rooms 29-81.
Edward L. Ein. Clark B. Baroso.
HAMMATT & BUTORD.
ARCHITECTS, lock Island, Til. Office Boom
41, Mitchel A Lynde building.
GEO. P. STATJDUHAB.
Plana and snp rintendenee for alrclaa at
Kooma 58 and SO, Mitchell A Lynde building
DR. T7. W. ADAMS,
Physician and Surgeon.
Special attentioii given to diseases of the Eye
Office and reside nee 312 Twentieth street.
Office hoars: l't to 12 a. 2 to 4 and 7 to 8
P. M. Telephone No. 1209.
PhysicM and Surgeon,
113 1 Third Ave
Telephone 1270. Rock Island, III.
Office Moure: :0 a. m. to 12 m., 1 to 3 p. m. and
J, R. Eollowbush. M, D, Geo, E, Barth, M, D.
DRS. BARTH & HOLLOWBUSH
PHT6ICIAN9 AND SURGEONS,
Office 409'Srd st. Telephone 1065
Residence TSl Slst st. 1188
Dr. Barth Dr, Hollowbueh
9 to 10 a, m. I 10 to 12 a. m,
1 to t and T to 8 p.m. a to 5 and 7 to 8 p, m.
JR. CHAS. M. ROBINSON
EYE, EAR, NOSE
Office McCull ragh Building, 124 W. 3d St.
Boars: 8 to 11 1 jn: 1 to 4 Dm.
J. F. Mtbbs, M. D. Gxo. W. Wbiblib, M. D.
DRS. MYISRS & "WHEELER,
Ufflce over Knot Math's. Telephone 1148.
ornca boubs :
10 to 12 a. m. I 8 to 10 a. m.
2 to 5 and 7 to t p m. 1 1 to S and f to 9 p. n
I Kab. tslrphonc, UtO.
THE GOSPEL OF WORK I
MILE ZOLA'S STIRRING ADVICE TO
Extracts From a Masterly Speech DeMr
red Before a Body of Yonna; Hen In
raris The Relation Between Science
. and Happiness Explained.
Emile Zola, the famous novelist, pre
sided at a dinner given by the Students'
association of Paris. In the course of
the evening he spoke as follows:
Did science ever promise happiness?
I do not think so. Science promised the
truth, and it is questionable if happiness
tan be made out of facts. To be con
tent with them even for a day one must
possess a stoicism, an absolute unselfish
ness, a serenity of intelligence possible
only to the highest minds. Therefore a
despairing cry goes up from suffering
humanity. How, it asks, can we live
without delusions and illusions? If there
is not somewhere a world where justice
reigns, where the wicked are punished
and the good rewarded, how endure the
abominations of human existence? Na
ture is unjust and cruel. Science ends
in the monstrous law of the survival of
the strongest. Reasoning thus, recoiling
from realities as yet ill explained, they
seek a dream, put confidence in the out
of sight and hope to satisfy in the be
yond their yearning for fraternity and
This despairing appeal for happiness,
rising on every side, moves me infinitely.
Already music has responded to it, lit
erature is trying to satisfy the new thirst,
finJ arl is changing to show its sympa
thy. It is the reaction against natural
ism, which is, they say, dead and buried.
At any rate the movement is undeniable.
It is felt in all the manifestations of
mind, and unless it is taken into ac
count, studied and explained the out
look for the morrow is hopeless.
I, being an old and ragged posdtivist,
see in all this only a halt in the march
ahead. Indeed it is not even that, for
our libraries, laboratories, amphithea
ters and schools are not deserted. What
reassures m j most is the fact that the
social ground is unchanged. For a new
art to flourish, for a new belief to give1
humanity a new direction, there must
be a new soil for them to germinate and
grow in. Ours is still the democratic
soil whence the century rose. Faiths
are not resuscitated, and only a mythol
ogy can be made of a dead religion. The
next century win affirm this one. What
I will concede is that in literature we
brought the horizon too near, and per
sonally I regret having endeavored to
limit art to proved verities.
The new men, by re-extending the
horizon, have regained possession of the
unknown and the mysterious, and they
have done well. Between the truths ac
quired through science, which are not to
be shaken, and the truths to be con
quered tomorrow from the unknown,
which in their turn will become immov
able, there L a land of doubt and inquiry.
This land belongs as much to literature
as to science. Into it we can go as pio
neers, doing the work of precursors and
interpreting, according to our talents,
its unknown forces. The ideal is only
the unexplained. It is well enough to
invent solutions for the unknown, but
we have no right to put in question and
so deny facts already verified. As sci
ence advances the ideal retreats, and it
seems to me that this slow conquest,
though we have the melancholy certi
tude of never knowing all. gives life its
only reason, its only joy.
In these troublous days youth is told
to believe, but nobody tells it exactly
what to believe. Believe, they say, for
the sake of the happiness that comes
from believing, and most especially be
lieve in Order that yon may learn to be
lieve. The advice is not bad in itself. It
is certainly a great joy to repose upon
the assurance given by any faith, no mat
ter what. The difficulty is that one can
not believe by being willing to do so.
raltn is a wind that blows where it nst
eth, and there only.
In conclusion let me offer you a creed
tbe creed of work. Young men, work!
Iam aware that no counsel could be
more banal." In every school at the end
of every term it Is given to every boy,
and every boy hears it with indifference.
But let me, who have never been any
thing except a worker, tell you the re
ward I have gained from the long toil
whose effort has filled my life. The
world was harsh to me at first. I have
known poverty and despair. Later my
existence was a battle, and even now the
fight goes on and my work is questioned,
contradicted, insulted. Through it all
my support has been incessant work,
regular, daily, for an end never forgot
ten. How often have I seated myself at
my table, tortured by some great pain,
physical or moral! And each time, after
the first minutes of agony, my task has
proved a solace, has given me strength
to continue the struggle and await the
Work is the law of the world the
guide that leads organized matter to its
unknown goal. Life has no other reason
for being, and each of us is here only to
perform his task and disappear. Calm
comes to the most tortured if they will
accept and complete the task they find
under their hacos. This,-to be sure, is
only an empirical way to live an honest
and almost tranquil life, but is it nothing
to acquire moral health and by solving
through work the question of how to
secure on earth the greatest happiness
thus escape from the danger of the
I have always . distrusted chimeras.
Elusion ia bad for a man or a people: it
pats an end to effort, it blinds, it is the
vanity of the weak. To remain among
legends, to contemn realities, to believe
that dreaming of strength gives force
we have all seen to what iisuatera these
things lead. -
The only strong men tb r2.n who
work. Work alone gives courage a "
faith; it alone is the ci5c - 1 ' -
liberator? When first taken from tho mines, opals
axe so deader and friable that they may
be picked to pieces with the C"ger nalL
The Tain of a Military Training-.
To get the best possibilities for beauty
out of training we must have all round
influences for good.. Among these I
would place first military training for
youths. I say military rather than
gymnastic or turn vrrein exercise, be
cause sound drill includes something of
these and adds the moral influence of
In my opinion it would be for the
benefit of the country, the family and
the individual if every mother's son
were obliged to pass a certain amount
of military service before he could vote.
The military training is the only one
nowadays which teaches men to obey
and gives them any notion of the value
of obedience. No training makes' men
so' effective for every day use or leaves
them so alert, prompt and full of re
source. The adoption of military edu
cation in earnest would leal to the. ad
justment of serious questions, physical
The merely useless mechanical part of
drill which is mainly for parade pur
poses would have to be dropped, and
useless schooling would have to be
A child taught to obey in the first
place and efficiently guided in study can
master the courses of our schools in half
the time now spent. This by the way.
The great point about military training
is that it enforces exercise for a pur
pose, not merely for the sake of exercise.
Shirley Dare in New York Herald.
Pronounced Eopeiarr, Tat 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, sav
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
Hartz & Bahnsen's drug store, regu
lar size, 50c and f 1.
Good looks are more than skin
deep, depending upon a healthy con
dition of all the vital orsrans. If the
liver be inactive, vou have a bilious
look, if j-our 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 orjrans. Cures pimples.
blotches, boils and gives a pood com
plexion. Sold at Hartz & Bahnsen's
drug store, 50c per bottle
BCCKLEN 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, ft is guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
For sale by Hartz & Ullemever
Tobacco Smoko la a IrciTvitlvr.
"You have probably never thought of
tobacco smoke as a preservative influ
ence, 1 11 venture, remarked Chatfit Id
Arthur to several companions in the La
clede. Of course we all kuow that
spirits, and especially alcohol, will keep
whole most anything you are of a mind
to commit to its permeating care. I
hare found tobivco smoke to be equally
good, with no worse results as rearls
odor than alchoL unless you dislike to
bacco. I know that I have put bugs,
worms and various kinds of reptiles in
large bottles and have kept them for
yean by simply blowing the bottle full
of strong tobacco smoke and sealing it
"The perfect forms would remain for
years, in fact just as long as the bottle
remained perfectly sealed. Dpon open
ing it the result has invariably been
that is, in cases of longstanding a com
plete collapse. Still the effect is no worse
than that of alcohol, for one nevr thinks
of removing a preservative life form from
the alcohoL When one puts a form in
alcohol, it is understood to be merely for
looks and not for examination or han
dling. " St. Louis Globe-Democrat.
The Oue-hoii hsy.
The popular feature of the "one-boss shay"
was, that it was "built in such a wonderful way"
that it had no "weakest part." The "weakest
part" of a woman is invariably her back, and
"female weaknesses' are only too common.
With the ne of Dr Pierce's Favorite Prescrip
tion, this may be avoided, and wemen may be
comparatively as strong as their brothers. Pro
lapsus, lrflarnmatian, ulceration, periodical
pain., lencorrhea, dramTing down sensations, de
bility, nervousness, aleepieaeness. despondency,
are o-lr a few of the symptoms of weakness of
the female orpins which the Favorite Prescrip
tion Is warranted to remove.
When Baby was sick, we gave nrr oastorla.
When r-he was a Child, she cried for Castoria,
When she became Miss, she clung to Oastoria.
When ahe had Children, she gave them Oastoria.
Children Cry for
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
bowels each day. Most people need
10 use it.
Children Cry for
Pifh'po- lead? to rrp":",;'"?j .
Children Cry fcr
Is called the "Father of Diseases.'
It is caused by a Torpid Liver,
and is generally accompanied with
LOSS OF APPETITE,
BAD BREATH, Etc.
Tc treat constipation successfully
It is a mild laxative and a tonic to
the digestive organs. By taking
Simmons Liver Begulator you
promote digestion, bring on a reg
ular habit of body and prevent
Biliousness and Indigestion.
"My wife was sorely dutressed with Comtipa
lion and coughing, followed with Bleeding Pile.
After four months use of Simmons Liver Regulator
the i almost entirely relieved, gaining strength
and flesh." W. B. Luna, Delaware, Ohio.
Ha owr Z Stamp In red on wrapper
J. U. CSILIH i CO., Philadelphia, Pa.
OF REAL ESTATE.
By virtue of an order and decree of the connty
court, of Rock Island connty, state or Illinois,
made on the petition f the undersigned, James
K, Johnfton. administrator of the estate of
Rosalie Hartnage1, deceased, for leave to sell
the rear estate of said deceased at the Aojust
term, A. D. 1893, of said court, to-wit:
On the 8th day of Argu.t, A. D., 1993, t shall
on the 6th day t,f September nex', between the
ho jrs of 10 o'clock in the forenoon and 5 o'clock
in the afternoon of said d-iy. sell at public sale,
at the north door of the curt house in the city
of Rock Island, in said county, the real estate
described as follows, to-wit:
The noitb twenty (20 acres of the west-half of
'he eas'-half of section nnmber two. (2). in town
ship sevmteen, (171, north range two, (2), west
of the Fourth principal meridian, excepting
therefrom the following described real estate, to
wit: Beginning at a point on the half section
forty-two (42) chains and flity-seven (5T links
south of ihe south-west corner of the south-east
quarter of snid section nine, i9), aud running
thence south sixty three (63) degrees and forty
(40) minutes ea;-t (s 63 degrees 40 m e) thirteen
chains and twenty-fnur linac, (1324 100 chains),
thence south nifty-two degrees and fifty-flve min
r t es east (s 54 decree NS minutes e) ten chains
and fift-Llne link ((10-59 lOiichaiBsmore or less
to the east line of said west-haif of the eas'. half
of said section nine, (9 containing between said
line and Rock Rivereicht aud twentv-two hun.
dredlhs (S 22-100) acre more or less, ertnated in
the county of Kock l!lnd,iate of Illinois, on
the following terms, niraelv: Cah down on de
livery of deen.
Dated this 8th day of August, A. D . 1S99.'
JAMEB R. JOHNSTON.
Administrator of the Kstai of Rosalie Bartxajre!,
OTIOK TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed proposals will be received at the Citv
CleraV office. Rock Island, 111., until Monday.
Sept. isth, 1893 at5o'clockp m.. for constructing
improvements ordered by an ordinance of said
city psted February 20th, 1S93, andentit'ed "An
ordinance for tho construction of a eyste a of
rewers in me seventa wara on rorty-iourth.
rortv-secna, rorty third and rorty-filh streets
and Railroad avenue on Sixth avenue, and on
Seventh avenue and in allevs in blocks 1 and 2.
Brook's addition, in bL cks B and C. Edgewood
park addition. McMa.te 's addition, Fort-fourtu
street addition, and in Brook"i Secor.d addition,
all in the city of Rock Island. Illinois.
Plans and specifications can be seen at the
City Clerk's oflsce.
All bids must be accompanied with a certified
check in the sum of $250 payable to tbe city
treasurer ol said citv i;i case the said bidder
shall fail to enter into contract, wit a approved
sureties, to execute the work for the price men
tioned in bis bid.
The city reserves the lisht to reiect anv or all
Rock Island, II:.. Ang. S5. 1891.
A. D. HUaSISG. City Clerk.
Notice te Electric Light Contractors.
Sealed proposals will be received at the c'tv
clerk's office, Kock Island, Illinois, until 5 o'clock
p. m., September 4. 1893. for liebtine th-! streets
of the city by electricity, the lamps to be of
standard 2,000-candle power each to the number
ot 1UU to 140 lights suspended at street intersec
tions or on poles at such places as the city may
direct, the term of contract to be for five years
from December 1, 1893 Tha specifleaiions can
be seen at the city clerk's office. Tha city re
serves tbe right to reject any or all bids.
A. D. iirasins, city Clerk.
Dated Rock Island, Illinois, Aug-12. 1893.
STATE SAVINGS BANK.
office Corner Fifteeatb street and Third Ave.
Succeeds the Moline Savings ana. Organised I86S
5 Ptr COT 15TELEST a AID ON DEPOSIT!
Organised under State Laws.
Oes from 9 a. m. to 8 m., and Wednesday and
Saturday nights fromT to 8pm
Pobtbk Bxjxbxb, President
H. A. Aibswobth, - - Vice-President
i. F. Hbkbhwat. ... cashier
Porter Skinner. W. W. Wells,
C. A. Rose, H . A. Ainsworth,
Q. H. Edwards, W. H. Adams.
Andrew Friberg, C. F. Hemeuway,
REAL ESTATE LOANS
made for .private parties in the cardan
spot of the west by the
Orchard State Bank
ef OEOSARB, NEBRASKA.
S. W. Dabt, President.
J.8. Dabt Cashier. .
Mitchell A Lynde, Bankers,
i. V, Robinson, Cashier Rock Island Nattor a
O.C Carter, M. D.
ionry Dazt a Ocium, Wholesale Gro era.
A. D. HUESIN6
Represents, among other time-tricl , I
known Fire Insurance Companie, thff'l
Royal Insurance Companv of f, 1
WescherterFire In.. Com,,ai,v l"'1 I
Citizens' Irs. Co., of Pitt.'hur," i
Pun Fire Office, London r? 5 '
, tnion Ins. Co., of California
Secnritv Ins iv V ti-..
Milwaukee XeibinmTnl Tx tl.,
uerman Jr ire Ins . Co., of Pecria, 11; 1
Office Cor. ISth St. an.'l 2.1 ... I
"THE OLD RELIABLE."
HAYES & CLEAVIlisi
Bepreeeotinp; over 40 Million Dot
of Cash Mseu
Fire, Life. Tornado.
Bonds of Suretyship
OFFICE Koom 21, Mitchell a LynCrt die
nori isiaau, mis.
tcV Secure war rates : they will xu r?rt fx
J M- BUFORD,
General . .
The old Fire and Time-tried Cotrjiti
Losses Promptly Pail
Rates as low as any reliable compai, rm 1
iout ratrocace :s solicited.
Corner Cottage Grove avenue and Sixty-far:
street, only 5 minutes from world t:
Superior dining room; elevated raiirosd.
Now open. Rates moderate. Enroptit.
Wi. N. PBLorst
Broadway, Cor. Prince St., Kew Tork Ol
Refitted and renovatad nnder new mansnsfj
on tne European plan.
room rates si a day and upward.
Restaurant canal to the best In tbe city "
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