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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER J93..
THE T RAYELEKS' WUIfE.
5c4uTOCKlMO A PA FIC KAIL
way Depot cornet Fifth avenne and ThirtT
lrt street. Prank H . Plommer, agent.'
Uoanctl Bloat Minneso-
U Day Express 1
Kansas City Day Express...
Omaha and Denver Vesti-1
bole Express ... I
Ft Worth.D.-nver & It-
Stuart-Rock Islanu Exoresf
8L Panl and Minneapolis
Kansas City and St Jw
Des Moines, Omaha A L'n-1
:0S am 4-4.1 am
10:50 pm 8:12 am
7:45 am, 7:opm
3.45 am 3:20 am
4-.5M ami?ll;05 pm
:10 am. 8 :35 pm
Dally. tGMng ea"'. .""'n? west.
F. H Plcmmer. gt.
L. M. Allt. Pen. Agt. Puss. Dept, Unvenport
BCKLJN'tTox kI' t-0.. B. v.
tsi Oep.t Firs' fnic and Sixtn-lt "i
31. J. Yonn, 'nt.
"t. La-.- -:x;rea.. K-'Swr :S"pcD
l.col Bipreis ... ' 7-45 ort 8 ' a
St. Paul Sxprets 7 prr 7 55 a
neardsuiwn Pasenger. . 9:.'0pm 114-ib
B erlin rssew 7:5fn. f:50 pni
La2me Pasener :50am 5:' pm
CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE A ST. PAUL RAIL
way Racine & Southwestern Division De
,mv Pworitieth street, between First and Second
venae, 2. D. W. Holmes. agent.
TRAINS. LcavB. arbiv.
Mail and Kxpresi. 7:0Ueii 9 30ro
Bt. Pan Bipr-si' 4 4 1 dip ll:4iam
Ft. c -..iniaiodMoD 45 " 01
ROCK ISLAND PEORIA RAILWAY DK
pot First avenae and Twentieth street.
TRAINS. Laavk Aamvs
Fast Mall Express 8:05 am 7:05 pin
Express 2 :) pm 1 :2ft piu
Cable Accommodation 9:10am' 3 0)pm
4 :ftfl pm
URLINGTON, CEDAR RAPIDS NORTH
ern railway, depot foot of Brady street,Dav
enport. J.B.Hannevan, Oea.T'k't Jt Pass. Agent.
Davenport Trains. Leave, j Arrive.
Passenger M:51 pro hi 0 45am
Freight hi 00 amlbll:15 pm
Leave West Davenport.
West Liberty Train North. nth
Passenger i h7:S in biu:ftpm
al0:3' pm , a4 50a n
" a6 45 am I
Freight... bl :15 pra I h9:00am
" b9:l5,m bl:l5pm
" !bll :50am
aDaily. bD.tlty except Ssnndny. .KJolns'norilf.
Goinjr South and east . y
MOST DIBBvTT ROUTK TO THK
East. South ar.d Southeast.
8 :30 pm
4 :55 pm
Lv. Rock Island..
11 :1ft am
Decatur.... . .
Terra Haute. .
Bt. Louis ... .
. 3:40 pm
1 :20 am
12 -05 n't
10: 00 am
7 : S5am
Ar. Rock Uiar.d..
.. 1U:10 am 3:50 pm
...i 1:95 pm 7:05 pm
Accommodation trains leave '.nek Island at
:00a. m. and 6.-J0 p. m; arnve at Peoria 8:50 p.
m. and 1:15 a. m. Leave Peojla :00 a. m. and
7 :15 p. m; arrive Rock Island 4:00 p. m and 1:15
All trains nn dally except Sunday.
AU passenger trains arrive and depart Union
Free Chair etron Fast Express between Rock
lalond and Peoria, both directions.
Through tickets to ail points ; babgage cnecked"
through to destination.
Lt. Rock Island. i 9.1i)am 4.00 pm
An. Reynolds ' 10.20 am S.OB pm
" Cable 11.08 am 5.40 pm
Lt. Cable i 8.20 am 1J0 pm
Ar. Reynolds . 7.00 ami -1.45 pm
Bock Island 7.55 ami 3.00 pm
H. B. HUD LOW, A. 'TOCKHOTJ8B
Superintendent 'in.' Tat. Am t -
Great Rock Island Route
i. 1 ' ' . .
A . .. TO THE KAST.
. Jebt Dining Car Service in the World.
I j'.TheKock Island is foremost in
I' , ('dopting any advantage calculated
I :' f.o improve speed and rive that lux-
; if ry, safety and comfort that popular
I ' !i atronafje demands. Its equipment
' !n thorougbly complete with vesti
1 uled trains. magnificent dininp;
r ! j trs, sleepers and chair coaches, all
Mie most elegant, ami of recently ini
' -i rrovetl patterns.
, !' Faithful and capable management
' id polite, lionest service from em
; oyes are important items.. They
se a double duty to the .cpmpany
, ( ( jiid to travelers and it is sometimes
l i.task dillicult of accomplishment,
.j ( ' itissengers on this line will find little
J: ,, ; ' use for complaint on that ground.
. e Great Rock Island Route runs all
, 'jfular trains to Englewood subur
(n station, close to World's Fair
'. founds, and you can save tune and
,iuble by getting off at that point
!v j i avoid the crowd in the city,
j ; por full particulars as to tickets,
i i luUu Oi- An -ico, or auuress:
(Mil , ; JNO. SEBASTIAN,
1 ; i - ji'l Tkt. & Pass. Agt., Chicago, 111.
i! 1 ? St John, Ccn'l Mgr. Chicago XL
A if c raniu&fli&ni ; t .
NBYAT ?LW Offlc-i. an-, liitchell ft
Lyrwe'a new brock
JACKSON & HURST.
ITTORNEYS AT LAW Offlcf in Rock Island
National Bank building, R ca Inland, 111.
B. D. IWII ,C. t. WALKtB.
. SWEENEY &"WALKER-
ATTORXEVS AND COUNSEL X)RS AT LAW
Office in Benetton "s block, l ock Island. 111.
C. 1. SEARLk. 8. W. 8BAKLB,
SEARLE & SEARLE.
ATTORXEYS A D COUNSELLORS AT LAW
and So (itor- iu Ctiancery; offce Buford's
block, Itock Ixlaud
MoENIRY & McEMIRY.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW Loan noney on pood
M'ptirl'y. make collectioi i rlefererce,
Mitchell A" Lyi.dc-, ' ankers. Oil ce in I'ostoflire
bli C . .
S- W. ODELL.
ATTORNEY AT LAW Formerly of Port Byron,
auu aurinat he past two years with the tlrm of
Browning A Entrik-n at Moline, h is now oiH.-ned
an office in the Acditoriura building, room 5, at
R. M. PEARCE,
tUKini t: in Mitchell A Lynde's ew bloca
DR. J. E. HAWTHORNE,
Tfcetn extracted wttbont pain by the '-
No 17.6 Second avenou. over Era 1 t Math's.
Drs. Bickel &Schoeriaker,
Miti-.hel A Lynde's Block, Rooms 29-81
Edward L. Hakati. ..Clark H. Bupord.
. H-WtMATT & BUFOID.
A RCHITECTS, Rock Island, 111. office Koom
l i, nucneu Lynde Oiulding.
GEO. P. STAUDTJHAR
Placs and superintendence for all class ni
Rooms 53 and 55, Mitchell A Lynde bcildinu
DR. "W. W. ADAM 3,
Physician and Surgeon.
Special attention given to diseases of the Eye
Office and residence 312 Twentieth street.
Office hours: 10 to 1Q a. m., 2 to 4 sad 7 to 8
p.m. Telephone No. 1409.
Physician and Surgeon,
1134 Third Ave
Telephone 1270. Rock Islajd, III.
Office Honrs: 10 a. m. tola m.. 1 to 3 d. m anil
J. R, Hollowbush, M, D, Geo.E, Ba-th, M. D,
drs.barth & hollo wbush
Dhysioians and 8tjrgkoi,s,
Office 40923rd st. Telephone loss
UesiilsnceTSiaietst.' : ngg '
omci hours :
Dr. Barth Dr. Hollowbnsh
to 10 a.m. I 10 to id a m,
1 to and 7 to 8 p.m. to 5 and 7 to 8 p, m.
DR. CHAS. M. ROBINSON
EYE, EAR, NOSE
' AND THROAT
- Office MeCnllongh Bnlldine, 14 W. 3d St.
Bonn : 9 to 11 am : 1 to 4 Dm.
J. F. Htbrs, M. D. . GboW. WMBUtfe, M. D.
' DRS. MYERS & WHEELER,
Sircsry and liiaeases or Wmei
Office over Exell M atb ' . Telephone 1 148.
DR. MYERS I DR.WBBIL1R.
10 to 12 a.m. I 8 to 10 a.m.
2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. 1 1 to 8 and 7 to p. m
Res. telephone VAXi. I Kes. telephone. :190
WHE YOU VISIT
Do not lorget to see the ex
hibit of the General Elec-',
trie Company in the Ele
tricit" Building, te Intra
mural Railway equippel
with General Electric Con: -pany's
apparatus, the Elec-.
trie Launches equipped
with General Electric Com
pany's motors, and the Gen- '
eral Electric company's Arc,
Lighting Plint and PoTrer
Generators in Machinery
" Hall. 2'-:' . K Z -r'
M-aiTBaAiftAKRvi Bissa. "fvu-
lNr.LlBLa irtikcn MM dirertod. M J-itt
firtt day imtt. Treatitd nd tl t-ott.-j free 1 ,
fit patients, they paying- expresschart-etoti"" whci
reitren. senn nam-v r. J. arm ei'-fr- u- ifro r
i-T-J Wl Pjt.KLINI-.oii Arrh St.-t-hrts.wHnfc.j -IN f
frPO1 (STOPPED FREc
Ci El Insane Percons fieitor-.'
t V 4 , IB W Nc jwclr 47- i at
NOT ALL AEE LIKE HIJl
BRITISH CAD ABROAD IS A DIS
1 ' AGREEABLE PERSON.
A Fellow Countryman Describes f he Spe-elea-t-A
Creator That Manifests His
Contempt of Everything Foreign on Ev
ery Possible Occasion. ' '
There is nothing of 'which, aa an Eng
lishman -who has spent much of his, life
In foreign lands, I am more heartily
ashamed than the' British cad 6n his
travels, and I would like to take this;op
portnnity to warn such readers as may
not have had occasion to visit Enrone
that my countrymen are not all built on
the same lines as onr traveling cad, and
that the latter must not under any cir
cumstances be regarded in the light of a
Generally speaking, the traveling cad
belongs to the middle classes, although I
am forced to admit that I have met quite
a number of liis kind who bore names
that figure in the pages of Bnrke. The
nianuesranons or ins canaistiness are
prompted in a great measure by patriot
ism of an aggressive and offensive type
which involves contempt for everything
that does not happen to bo English.
In no other country of the world, save
perhaps in Chinr., have I found such an
undisguised contempt for the foreigner
as in Enghuid. The people tVre are
firmly convinced that ever thing alien
is necessarily bad; that foreign opinion
is not worth considering, imd X.,t when
dealing with forei'ners they are under
no obligation to observe the convention
al rules of life which govera their inter
course with their, fuilow countrymen.
The result of all this is that no people
are more justly abhorred abroad than
the ordinary Briton on his travels, and
even the well bred Englishman seeks by
every means in his' power to get out of
the way of this greatest of all abomina
tions, the tourist cad.
From the very moment that he leaves
England and sets' foot on a foreign
shore the1 cad apparently casts to the
winds all sense of decency and. consid
eration for the feelings of those with
whom he is brought in contact. Eng
lishmen, and, I may add, English women,
of the cad species dr not seem to have
the slightest consideration for their sur
roundings when abroad in the matter of
dress; their one delight would appear to be
to endeavor to offend the susceptibilities
it the foreigners with whom they are
brought m contact either by the inade
quacy or pise by the exaggerated and
equally inappropriate magnificence of
Another form of caddishness on the
part of the traveling Briton is the bru
tality and unvaruishi-d character of his
criticism of everything and everybody
that he sees after leaving home. Indeed
one is often tempted to ask why he
should have quitted his native shores,
seeing that he is so tleterniined to find
everything bad and abhorrent that is
foreign. He ridicules the language, he
ridicules the accent, the appearance, the
manners and the dress of all those whom
he encounters abroad nut quietly and
nnobtrnsively, but in the most offensive
and public way, without the slightest
idea of concealment. If - he- meets an
American, la- id quite a-s ready as not to
inform him that ho sittaks English with
a nasal twang, totally oblivions of his
own vulgar cockney accent, wlolo to the
German he will expatiate on the alleged
lack of cleanliness of the Teutonic raoe.
To the Frenchman he will address what
he considers to be delicate banter on the
traditional fondness of the Gallic race
for frogs and snails.
As for removing his hat when some re
ligions or funeral processiou passes
through the street of acontineutal town,
he would scorn the idea. I have met the
British cad traveling in India, where he
distinguishes himself by refusing to con
form with the local , prejudices and cus
toms of the highly civilized natives,
whom he amiably ref era to, even to their
faces, aa "niggers," and in Japan, where
he does not hesitate' to tramp with his
muddy boots tover the' dainty mats on
which the natives both Bleep and eat, I
have known one of them to cheerfully
Tohjnteer to high bred and ' courteous
Japanese hobleman who in an ill advised
moment had been induced to. entertain
him the information that" he was "as
tounded by the lack of morality and pro
priety" of the women of the Land of the
Rising Sun. 1 '! ; - '
There is nothing tru.t I 6honld liko so
much as for some clvvir New York re
porter to get h6kl ot cne of these travel
ing British cads en his way home, and to
draw him. The mere; record of the in
terview would furnish a far mora graphic
illustration and porti ay ;il of the creature
than anything that I could" write. The
worst of the marter':is that travel does
not seem to in any' Way improve the
creature. He starts out from home with
the preconceived determination of find
ing everything foreign beastly" I use
his own favorite expn ssidn. Looking
at everything in a jaundiced and preju
diced manner, go--- back more con
vinced than ever thnt -v. rything that he
has seen out of England is "beastly,' an
opinion which he does not' hesitate to
express everywhere and on ev ry occa
sion in the most 1'Orciblc manner'. '
Nor is he deterred therefrom by any
courtesies which, he may h;.yo received
while on his travels, 'not by any hospi
tality of which he may h ive been the ob
ject. . On the contrary, his' entertainer
no matter how generous or how kind,
will probably constitute a theme' Iff ridi
cule and will be subj'K-ted'uot to j or-,
trayal, but to coarse and vuigar carica
ture for the merriment t' . the friends of
traveling ad. New Yixk
m. Egj-pfa Sacred Jttril. ! :
The ibis, the sacred bir I cf Egypt, is !
not peculiar to that country, but is found
in considerable numbers in ithe south, in
Florida espociallyi JniSt. Augnsiina and
Other coast toa iis 'a nr vnasaal thing
to-see ji ibte perched oa rthe iridge pole
of afiousor etibeior stalking solemnly
about a yard, for he bird iswsily tarrd
and 8e3 t b'for.i ctffeuciah coin
Dar. St. Louis ivci) -bltr. j , ,
TT" Spolliiig ike Uomance.
"It i3 very well" said aleading actress,
"to have nice, sentimental parts, to be
cast away in a boat and come in for a
share of the enthusiasm created by the
great 'scenic effects.' but jnst consider
when the scene is t ailed for again and
again, and ydu are kept rocking like mad
for a good 0 minutes. It' isn't bo at
tractive then, to say nptbing of being
obliged to take a call absolutely green
with seasickness, and then run down
stairs to 'change' when you can't even
eee straight. It is like making a nightly
'fall' all through the country , on all sorts
of rugs, chiefly fur ones, that are full of
dust and the hair of which flies awfully.
It isn't so pleasant to lie, there while the
scene is be.i finished by the other act
ors, and you in a "dead faint' strangle
yourself to l.e p from coughing.
"Or take the scene in Nero where you
lie on the couch, and Nero pushes you off
on the fitxir. To a certain extent yon can
make yourself fall comfortably, but if
you don't, if your arms get twisted un
der yon, or your neck is bent, yon have
to stand it and lie there 'dead' through a
long scene. An actress who played the
part told me that one night Nero forgot
to push her oif the couch, and there she
was in a frightfully uncomfortable posi
tion, almost tlead, r.nd so far on the
couch that she couldn't make herself fall
off even if she would have dared to risk
interrupting the scene. The dear people
in the audience do not think of these
things that are part of the work of pleas
ing them." Boston Transcript.
It ,hnnld bs m Evy Hons.
J. B. TVilson, 371 Clav St., Sharps
burp;. Pa., savs he will not be with
out Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption, Coughs and Colds, that
it cured his' wife who was threatened
with pneumonia after an attack of
La Grippe,"" when various other
remedies and several physicians had
done her no good. Robert Barber.of
Cooksport, Pa., " claims Dr. King's
New Discovery has done him more
gooil than anything he has ever used
for lung trouble. Nothing like. it.
Free trial bottles at Hartz ' & Ull
meyer's drug store. s Large bottles
50 cents and $1.
This remedy is becoming so well
known and so popular as to need no
special mention. All who have used
Electric Bitters sing the same song
of praise. A purer medicine does
not exist ami it is guaranteed to do
all that is claimed- Electric Bitters
will cure all diseases of the liver and
kidneys, will remove pimples, boils,
salt rheum and other affections
eausoid by impure blood. Will drive
malaria from the system and prevent
as well assure all malarial fevers.
For cure ,of headache, constipation
anil indigestion try Electric Hitters
Entire satisfaction guaranteed, or
monev refunded Price 50 cts. and
1.00 per ' bottle at Hartz & Ulle
BX CKLF.S S AKXICA 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,
tinm. 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 & Ulleniever
Nature's I'rotrt tlc.n Tor t nripcl'ruit.
For protection i'r in ti.v lii.inml world
immature fruits have developed a mi-.n-ber
of interesting devices. Alnvvt uni
versally "gra" fruits so harmonize
with surrouiidiuLt; color as to escape de
tection. In fact, the huxel nut is envel
oped in a leafy coat which renders it in
conspicuous. The nutritious albumen
of the seed is oft-en fortified by such im
penetrable shells ' as those cf the cocoa
nut and others. Perhaps there is a for
midable armament of prickles, as in the
chestnut, or Bringing hairs, aa is the esse
with some pods.
Characteristic of immature fruits are
disagreeable taste and consistence.
Compare, an t unripe peach, Hour' and
stringj, jpifith the-seme frait' in its lus
cious maturity. But all these contriv
ances fail to repel certain enemies of
growing fruits. The apple's inconspic
nousness, toughness and sourness are of
little avail against the young progeny of
the genus homo. J. W. Folsom in Pop
ajar Science Monthly.
, '"" Tu Toola are rot all read.
A laiy man, whose horses and cart were stock
la the tncel. prayed to Jnpiter for help. Jupiter
answered : "Fool I get np and put jeur shoulder
to the wheel, and do not cU on me -when yon
tan help yenrself.V : Foolish people buy medi
cine hap hazard, .blindly trusting to promises
made without a guarantee. Dr. Fierce's Golden
Mudical DiacoTery ( is guaranteed to cure colds
coughs, all lung affections, and even consump
tion, in its early stages. It puts to rout all stom.
ach troubles, purifies the blood, gives healthful
action to the slnpgisn liver, and drives blemishes
from the skin. It Is an honest medicine, and an
In valuable health lninrancc policy which should
never be allowed to lapse. AU drnsjglets keep It.
TVlipn Baby was sick, we gave tier f Astoria.
When - he was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Casta ria.
Vhen she had Children, she gave them Castor ia '
Children Cry for
- ' Lane's Famil Medicine, moves the
bowels each day. Most people need
to use it. .
' . Children Cry for
Pitcher's Castoria. . :
. Couehinsr leads to dbnstimntion.
Kemp's Balsam will stop the cough
-it. once- a ui
j : r r i. Children Cry fcr
' y 'oyir Painter
h.- oiien wasted time and material ia
tryiS t0 obtain a stjada of color, and
has i vcb resorted to. the use 'of ready
mixed paints, the ingredients of which
he knew nothing, because of the diffi
culty in making a shade of color with
white lead. This waste can be avoided
by the use Of National Lead Company's
Pure Whi te Lead
Tinting Colors, 7,v
These tints are a combination of per
fectly pure colors, put up in small cans,
and prepared so that one pound will
tint 25 pounds of Strictly Pure White
Lead to the shade shown on the can.
By this means you will have the best
paint in the world, because made of
the best materials
srd pare colors. Insist on r-aving one
cf tii5 branjs cf v-it-! lead that are
standard, manufactu-d by the ' Old
Duich " process, ajtl known to be
strictly pure :
' Southern" "Red Seal"
" Collier " " Shipman"
These brands cf Ctrictlv Pure White Lead
end National L ead Co. 'a' Pure White Lead
Tinting Colors are for stle by the most re
liable dealers in paints everywhere.
if you arc going to paint, it will pay you
to send to ua for a boo4c containing informa
tion that may save you many a dollar; it will
only cost you a postal card.
NATIONAL LEAD CO.,
1 Broadway, New Torlb
State and FiteentA Streets.
DMINIST BATOR'S ti ALE -
OF HF.AL ESTATE.
Bt virtne of an order and dv'cree of the connty
court, of Rock Island coui.ty. state ot Illinois
made on the petition T the undersigned, James
K, John-ton. administrator of the estate of
Rotalie Hannrgel, deceased, for leave to sell
the n-ai estat" of said deceased at the Augcst
Urrra, A. D. ISM, of said court, to-wit:
on the Sth dav of August, A. D., 1S9S, I shall
on the 6th day i.f September nex', between the
ho irs of 10 o'clock In the forenoon and 5 oxlock
in the afternoon of said d ', Si ll at pnblic sale,
at the north door of the o.urt house in th-ctty
of Hock 1-land. in said county, the real estate
described a follows, to-wit :
The noith twenty (-JUJ acres of the weft-half of
'h i as'-half if section number to. (i). in tcwD
ship seventeen, (17), north ranre two, (i), 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 fllty-seven (5T links
southof the smlh-we.-t coruerof t!ie south-east
quarter of said section n;ne, ., and running
thence south sixty tiiree (631 decrees and forty
(4(0 minutes ea-t (s 63 decrees 40 ra el thirteen
chains and twenty-f.mr links. (13i4 100 caaiDs),
thence south fiifty-two decree and fty flv? min
i tes eas; s 52 desrree .SB minute e) ten chains
aud fiftv-i.lne Iink ((10-59 lo.ichainsmore or less
to the east line of said west-haif uf the eas half
of said section nine, (9) coataining between said
line and Rock Rivereight and twenty-two hun
dredths (S 2-J-iOO) acres more or les, sitnated in
me connty or rtock l-M-nd, state of llimo:s. on
the following terms, nimely; l'a?h down on de
li very of deeo.
Dated this Sth day of August, A. D . 1S93.
JAMES R. JOHNSTON.
Administrator of tne Estat of Roral.e Hartnajre1,
JOTICJC TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed proposals will be received at the City
Clerk's office. Kock Island. 111., until Monday,
tiept. lsth, ISM at5o"clockp m.. for constructing
improvements ordered by an ordinmce of said
city p sed Fel.mary ath, 193. andentit'ed "An
ordinance for tl.o construe kn of a svsten of
refers in the Seventh ward on Forty-fourth,
Fortv-secoud, Fvtly third and Fortv-fi:h streets
and Railroad avenue on t-irth avenue, ani on
;eventh avenue and in all- ys in blocks 1 and 2,
Brooks addition, in bl cis B and C. Edgewood
park addition, Mc.Mastei's addition. Fort-fourth
street addition, and in Brook V Second addi:ion,
all in the city of Rock Island. Illinois.
Plans and specifications can be seen at the
City Clerk's office.
All bids must be accompanied with a certified
check in the snm of 2j0 payable to the citv
treasurer of said city iu case toe said bidder
shall fail to enter into contract, with approved
suret!es, to execute the work for the price men
tioned in bis bid.
The city reserves the rig-ht to reject any or all
Rock Island, TIU. Aup. 5.1893.
A . D. UU S SI S G, City Clerk . .
Notice to Electric Light Contractors.
Sealed proposals will be received at the c'ty
clerk's office. Rock Island, Illinois, until 5 o'clock
p. m.. September. 1893. for lirhtine th streets
of the city by electricity, the lamps to be of
sxanaara z.uuu-eanaie power esc a to tne number
or 100 to 140 lights suspended at street intersec
tions or on poles at such plsces as the city may
direct, the term of contract M be for five years
from December 1. 1893 The specifications can
be seen at the city clerk's office. The city re
serve the right to reject any or all bids.
A. D. HcEsrao, City Clerk.
- Dated Rock Island. Illinois, Aug. U. 1C98. r
STATE SAVINGS BANK.
office Corner Fifteenth street and Third Ave.
iacceedp the Moline Savins ai.. Organised
5 PcrCEXT MEREST 4lD ON DENSITS,
. Organized nnder State Laws.
Oen from 9 a. m. to 3 - m., and Wednesday and
Saturday nights from? to 8pm
Pobtbr Skihmer, . . President
P-.808' - Vice-President
J. F. HsMKWii, - - Cashier
' Porter 8kinner, W, W. Wells, -
C.A.Rose, A. Ainsworth, .
G. H. Edwards, W. H. Adams,
Andrew Frlberi, C. F. Hemeuway,
REAL ESTATE LOANS
made for private parties in the, earden
pot of the west by the. ,
Orchard State Bank
. , 'oi orchard, Nebraska: '
E. WYDabt, President. , . . . . , . ,
. , , ".8. T) -.a Cfh&T. t
; ., ... : . .-. KEFSREKCFV t- - .--:
Mitchell Lrd , l''ct. -' " '
J. if - RAtklnann . r-auhio tu.V I.I 1 v -i . .
" I " .u.. lo.nuu uailUTa
Danx. , -
. J. C. Carter M . D . "
..Jiwiry Doit's Sens, Wholesale Groeri.
" Correspondence foUcited. ' '
Represents, among other tJme-!riel ani
known Fire Insurance Companies, the followhw'.
Royal Insurance Company, of Eulaii
W eschefter Fire Jus. Cvmpan v , J i .'.
Buffalo German luti Ccnipany u.J' v
Rochester German Ins. Co. C'he "?'v-XvT-Citizens'
lis. Co., of PittebiirK I'a 1 V
snn Fire Olllce, London. g
Tuion Ins. Co.. of California
Security Ini. Co., .New Haven f onn
Milwaukee Slech.mcs ,.. Co., M,;wa,e.
German PIre Ins. Co., of Peoria.in.
Oflice Cor. 18th St. ami 2,1 Ave
Kock Island, ill
. Established 1868.
, "THE OLD RELIABLE."
HATES & CLEAVELAND
'. uy ' GENERAL
Rei. resenting ever 40 Million Dollars
' of Cash assets
Fire. ; Life. Tornado.
Bonds of Suretyship.
- ' i
OFFIOB Room a.Vltchn A t.vnrt.'. ki,v
rtock Island, Ills. , . '
Ev-8ecnre oar rates": they -fll interest you.
J M BUFORD,
General . . .
. . i . .
The old Fire and Time-tried Companies
Losses Promptly Paid.
Kates a low a? enj reliable rompacy can afford
iun: ra-ronaee !B BOUCitCd.
HOTEL DTELAW ARE, - j
Corner Cottage Grove avenue and Sixty-fomta
street, only 5 mlnatcs from world's fair.
Superior dining roomj elevated railroad.
Xow open. Rates moderate. European.
;WI. N. Pilousx, 8npt. -
Broadway, Cor. Prince St.. Sew Tork City.
Refitted and renovated under new management,
on the European plan.
Room rates $1 a day and upward. .-
Restaurant equal to the best in the city at mod
erate rate. .
Street cars from all K. A J stations and .team
boat and ferry landings paW ffae door.
HILDBETH ALLEN. Ftp's.
4 B& DAVa
pi Assourrc cout i
STRICTURE, ask for!
' J.O Q OAISJ, NO 8TA.K.I
Will wriT ioe
- STirJtrriOf WI1H EMM .
vnri Chen.ienl to
w nu ceona,
T H. THOMAS- Sol Aeent
T (H. THOMAS.
nftfnnlilwt with 1
fl a, oranyounaturaldiachaiwk
I- cures in a few days
without the aid or publicity vl a
rZsa. -i u," i"r- non-poieonoui and
lft?lirtiaranteel not to strictffre.
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