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THE AEGUS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBEIl 5, J93.
THE TBATELEKS' GUISE.
CHICaOO, ROCK IBLAND PACT TIC KAIL
way Depoteornei Fifth avenue and Thirty
Irft street. Prank H . Plummer, atenv.
Council Binds Mumeso-
UDtr Express 1
Kns City Day K x uresa .. .
Omaha and Denver Vecti- I
bale Express I
:05 ami 4:45 am
10:50 pm! 6:12 am
12:20 pm! 3:11pm
1:45 am' 7 :5 pm
3.45 am 3:20 am
4:50 am .ll;0ftpn
6:17 am 9:IApra
:0 am' P :35 pm
J:40 am;10 20 pm
Ft Worth.DinTer It ni.iti
Btnart-Rock Islana Exoress
St. Paul and Minneapolis....
Kansas City and St Jot-
IX? Moines, Omaha A Ua I
Daily. tG-Mngeast. .-'Wiiiweii!.
L. M. Ali.ix. Gen. Apt. P,ss. Dept. lbiTiniort
BCHLINitToN KjCS-O.. B v. KA11
way Depot First avt-rne and Sif "n"" t
X.J. Voanj, as jut.
rRAIN. .. , .
U IrjaitA iix;re-.a. . .... .... tt .-i5 a ( 7:' P n
mi Slpref ... 7-45 pm - 85 a
8t. Paul aUpress 7 05 pir.! 7 -55 a
-lettni'town Paeeige.-. 2:f0pmj
Serin Pseene-. .... 7:5fanii (:M in
La?rose Passenger 9:50 am 5: 8 pm
CHICAGO. MLLWACttEK A ST. PAUL KAIL
wy Racine Southwestern Division Dc
jo; Twe-.tieth .'reel, between First and Second
iver.se. 3. I. W. Holmes. ai?ent.
TRAINS. LaB AbbiVK.
Staii and Express 7:00arr.i 9 30 n.
St. Pa al Exp' 4 4M m! ll:4ian:
Ft. cnm'ncwintion ,4s tt ; H 0
ROCK ISLAND PKORIA RAILWAY OK
pot First avenne and Twentieth a-.reet
H. Rockwell, Aeent.
TRAIN. ! Lii Aaieivr
Fast Mall Express s7ft5 am 7:f5 fn
Express ; 2:)pra 1:2.5 pm
Ca!Ie Accommodation ft:10ara 3 01F3'
I 4:00 pm
BURLINGTON. CEDAR RAPIDS NORTH
ern railway, depot foot of Brady strecUDav
enport. J.E.Rannegan, Gen.T'kt A Pa'S.Azent.
Pave nport Trains. Leave. A-rive.
Passenger M:55 pm!l10 45 um
Freight L3 00 am,bll:15im
Leave West Davenport.
West Liberty Train t.sonh. ;Si nth .
Passenger b7:.S-,m bl0:15pm
" al0:3 l pm a4 SOan
" i a6 45 am
Freleht j hi :15 pm : hRimam
' b9 :15 pm bl :15pm
I -Ml :50am
aDaily. bD.u'y except Sand ty. tUoing north.
Goins; South and east
rfOsT 01RKCT BOUTS TO THB
Sast. South s.rA Southeast.
" rpurt M'l.i Express
Lv. Rock Island 8:ft ami 8:lt pm
At. Orion 8:45 am 8:04 pm
Camiwidae 9 :0s am 3 :27 pm
Galva 9:36am 3:57pm
Wyomine !10:11 am 4:33pm
Princeville 10 :30 am 4:55 pm
Peoria ;i :15 am fc:4 pm
Bioominirton TTTs pm : : 1 5 pm
Sprlnirlleid 3:40 pm; in:jpm
Jacksonville 4-OC pm 12-115 n'l
Decatnr 4:50 pm. 10:00 pm
Danville S:V,'pmi li:10am
Ind:anapo'i 6:55 pm! S: an
Terre U -into 7:10 pm 10:0fiam
Kvanv;iie.... 1:20 am ! 7:S5am
3t. Loui 7:30 pm! 7:40 air
Cincinnati ll:00pm 7:10 n't
'J. Pe jrm lu:I0am 3:50 pm
At. Roctt l-ir.i i l:Kpm 7:0Spm
Accommodation trains leave Ko"k Island at
3!0ua. m. and 6.20 p. m; arr.ve at Peoria 3:50 p.
m. ani 1 :15 a. m. Leave Peojia 8:fl0 a. m. and
7 :15 p. m; arri7e Rock Island 4:00 p. m and 1:3
All trains rin daily except Sonda; .
All pae lger trains arrive and depart Union
Free Chair caron Fat Bxpresx between Rock
Islond and Peoria, both direction!.
Tbroneh ticket to all points: baggage caecked
through to destination.
Lv. Rock Nland 9.1Q am 4.00 pm
Arr. Reyno'd 10.20 am S.OB pm
" (able 11.00 am 5.40 pm
Lv. Caole 8.20 am 11.50 pm
Ar. Reynolds 7.00 am 1.45 pm
" Kock Island I 7.55 am' 3.00 pm
B. B. 8UDLOW, A. "TOCKHOTJ8B
Sanertntendent. )tc'! Tkt. Acei t
Great Rock Island Route
TO THE KAST.
Bebt Dining Car Service In the World.
The Kock Island is foremost in
adopting any alvantap;e calculated
to improve speed and pive that lux
ury, safety and comfort that popular
patronage demands. Its equipment
s tiioroiifrhly complete with vesti
buled trains, nianiiieent diniii
cars, sleepers and chair coaches, all
the most elefjant, and of recently im
Faithful and capable management
nnd polite, honest service from em
ployes are important items. They
are a double duty to the company
and to traveler and it is sometimes
a tak dillicult (if aecomplishnu nt.
Passengers on this line will find little
cause for complaint on that ground.
uhe Great Hock Island Route runs all
cpular trains to Englewood subur
an station, close to World's Fair
rounds, and you can save time and
trouble by p;ettin;r off at, that point
,nd avoid the cion! in the city.
For full particulars as to tickeN,
maps, rates, apply to di- -
ticket ofTice iu tiic Unit"''
Canada or Mexico r i-ld
Gen'l Tkt. & Pass. Apt., Chicago, 111.
E. r uous, Gon'l Mgr. Chicago IIL
THAT MAKE! GOOD BLOOD
Will completely chanfn
in three montln' time,
conrt-ln? through your v
and nervous are petrh
ji!more's Aromatic Wli
bevcraee, will r-tor
Mothers. ne It for vo
the blood In yoxrr system
and send new, rich blood
-ilns. If von feel exhannted
g thin and all run down,
e, which Is a tonic and not
yon to health and streneth.
ir daughters. It Is the best
for ail ailments peculiar to
regulator and corrector
woman. It enrlrhfs tl
e niooo iDa enres lasting
ed to cure D!rrhra, lv
Complalnta, and keep the
Sirenfftn. it Is eunrant
enterv, and all bummer
8oid bv i.:: iiruFel?tf
or tl do- bottle.
ATTORN' KY AT HV-Office in Mitchell &
Lynae's new h!o k
JACKSON & HURST.
ATTORNEYS AT hKW Office in Heck I-land
r N'utional Bnk biii ding, Rccc Itland, 111.
E. D. UtES ET. C. L. WALK' R.
SWEENEY & WALKER-
ATTORN EYS AND C rNELLOKS AT LAW
ortice in Ben?ton'- hlm k, Kock Island 111.
C.J. ST. RLE. s. W. fSlRLC.
ATTORNEYS A D CO LNsE LLORS AT LAW
and So'iritor" in (hunccry; office Buford's
block. Rock Island .
McENIRY . McENIRY.
ATTORNEY'S AT LA1 V Loan money on good
security, make collections, fleferet.ee,
Mitchell Lynde, taniers. Office In l'ostoffice
S- W. ODELL.
ATTORNEY AT LAW Formerly of Port Byron,
and mi nn.' toe past wo years with the firm of
B owniun A Entriken at Moline, has now oiiened
i office in th: tuditoriam bnlidlcg, room 5, at
II. M. I EAKCE,
doom 1 in Mitchell t Lrndt-'s new block
.1)11. J. E. HAWTHORNE,
Teeth etu.. '.d without piin by the ui
No 17:6 M-cond avenn t. ovui Krell t Math's.
Drs. Bickel & Schoemaker,
Mitchell & Lycde's I;lock. Roorae 26-8J.
Edward L. nBan. CXark Q. Biiford.
HAMMATT & BUFORD.
ARrmTEC TS, Rock I -iland. Til . Office Koom
41, Mitchell t Lynd : building.
GEO. P. STAUDUHAR
Plans andrfper!nter denee for ail class at
Rooms 53 and 55, Mitcbe 1 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 hours: 10 to 13 a. v., 2 to 4 and 7 to 8
r. M. Telephone No. 121 9.
Physician and Surgeon,
1134 Third Aye
Telephone 1270. Rock Island, III.
Office Hours : 10 a. m. to 12 m., 1 to 3 p. m. and
J, R. Hollowbnsh, V, D, Geo, E, Earth, M. D.
DRS.BARTH & HOLLOWBTJSH
Physicians and Surgeons,
Office 4(W23rd st. Telephone 1M
Residence 79131s: st. 11BS
Dr. Barth i Dr, Hoilowbnsh
V to 10 n, m. 10 to 12 a. m.
1 to Sard T toSp.m, I 2 to 5 and 7 tot p.m.
DR. CHAS. M. ROEINSON
EYE, BAR, NOSE
- ND THROAT
.jfflcc McCullongh Bl tiding, 134 W. 3d Bt.
Honrs : 9 to 11 atr : 1 1( 4 Dm.
J. F. Mts9, M. D. Oio. W. Whebleb, M. D.
DRS. MYERS 5c WHEELER,
orarjr and Itenra of Women
Office over Krell & Ma.h's. Telephone 1113.
or net bocrs:
DR. MYERS I DR. WniELER.
1 1 to 12 a. m. 18 to 10 a. m.
2 to 5 and 7 to V p. m. 1 1 to 3 and 7 to p. m
Kes. telephone lAHt. 1 Res. telephoue. 1190.
235 Vis. Street
KtUaey iruuulci, clc, wh.-tif '- rlful
. TTr. r t 1). - .'
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4 IHUkl a .ATii'L . t-f.iun " ttMiion 1- 7r "
P3CCC?laSJ Lttiemo duiishtfulanddaraL)
r CKalAni fall tflott for the handkwebief .
V-Th PyU PytlQ cc Milwaukee. Wl8.
THE XAVAL PAGEANT
LESSONS DRAWN FROM THE INTER
Secretary Herbert of the N'avy Qaotea, "la
Time of Feace Prepare For War" Be
ing; Able to Fight Is Often a Protection.
Mr. Herbert'a Part.
The pages which Secretary Herbert de
votes in the North American Review to
a comment on the great show of ships at
Norfolk and New York deal with it first
as an illustration of the friendly feeling
that now prevails between the United
States and other nations.
He recalls that this peaceful rendez
vous took place in the very roadstead
where the Monitor and Merrimac fought
and near where the Leopard attacked
the Chesapeake, while close by at Nor
folk lay the old Constellation, successor
to Truxton's frigate that overcame the
Insurgente in 179D. Of the nine nations
whose 30 warships were there gathered
three were republics, but all the vessels
put on the colors of Italy in honor of tho
twenty-fifth anniversary of King Hum
bert's marriage, ju.st as the British
Blake afterward at New York, where
t.ncethe prison ships of the Revolution
lay, flashed out the imago of Washing
ton in her fireworks display, and just as
other foreign ships took jmrt in onr
Decoration day ceremonies.
Secretary Herlx-rt well suys that the
voyage from Hampton Roads, when the
vessels of Tiine nations, in tr parallel
columns, st 'auied ;.t a pri-s-riii d ratf,
all under the cot.-iuiiiiid. by courtesv. of
an American officer, formed "a scene
that has no parallel in historv." Yet
even this scene was surpassed in suggest
iveness by the land parade in New
Y'ork, which, "while it was the most
significant act of good will to the Amer
ican people and American institutions,
was also the crowning lesson of the re
view." And what was that all important les
son? The secretary thus expresses it:
"Every thoughtful observer was im
pressed with the idea that if our men
Should ever come to blows with their
friends who were behind them in line
they could never hope to win except with
a fair supply of ships and guns. The
stalwart Russians, with their sturdy
tramp; the business looking Britons,
keeping step to 'God Save the Queen;
the quick stepping Frenchmen; the Ger
mans, with tlieir natty uniforms; the
Italians, and indeed all the detachments,
were drilled and disciplined into fight
ing machines. Never was such a sight
witnessed before as the sailors of nine
different nations marching together, and
never was anything better calculated to
impress upon those who saw them the
lesson that the American sailor can keep
his place upon the seas only when his
government is ltehind him."
This, after all, should be an abiding
moral of the pageant for our country
men. It taught not only the beauty of
peace, but the duty in peace to prepare
for war. It was suggestive, no doubt,
that while 70 years In-fore Russia, Prus
sia and Austria had entered into a futile
combination to reduce the Spanish
American colonies because they hail set
themselves up as independent republics,
here were Russia and Germany joining
their ships with those of republican
France and the outh American repub
It was still more suggestive to find tho
armed forces of Russia and England
marching one after anothi r in the same
streets and in the same column and tho
armed forces of France and Germany in
like comradeship; while as to the inter
mingled forces of England and America,
the sight of them prompted Secretary
Herbert to say that '"Great Britain never
formally renounced the right of search,
on account of which the war of 1812 was
fought, until 1S5S, but the two countries
have made peace at last, mutual good
will and respect have been testified in
many ways and never more significant
ly than at this naval review."
Yet it is not the peace note with which
the secretary closes. He insists, as his
conclusion, that in spite of Geneva arbi
trations and Paris arbitrations, we have
not yet found a safeguard against war.
"The Geneva arbitration was achieved
only after the terrific battles of our civil
war had demonstrated to the world the
fighting capacity of our citizen soldiery.
If America would keep her own peace
with all the nations of the earth and
maintain her place in the vanguard of
civilization, she must be at all times pre
pared for war. This is the lesson of
history emphasized by the rendezvous
and the review." We may add that such
lessons were wholly additional to the
original purpose of the ceremony, which
was to furnish some distinctly naval
pageant as the fittest jKissible form of
public festival in honor of the greatest
Indeed it may fairly be said that the
full benefits of this memorable pageant
were not universally recognized when it
was planned. Even Mr. Herbert him
self, although a member of the house
naval committee, voted against the joint
resolution of congress which directed it
to be hell, but as its possibilities gradu
ally became apparent he headed the suc
cessful effort at a subsequent session to
increase the appropriation for it to the
amount needed. The advantage derived
from bringing our own new ships to
gether for the first time in considerable
numbers has been exceedingly great, and
It has been increased by giving them the
opportunity to compare themselves not
Dnly with each other, but with the picked
warships of eight other nations.
Slill the great benefit of the review,
according to Secretary Herbert, has been
in teaching what remains for the coun
try to do in its naval preparations. New
i ork Sun.
A Hard Nest For a small Bird.
A cariosity worthy of its place in the
local museum was a bird's nest made
wio.. f iong spiral weel si.aviiigs,
wituout the least particle of vegetable
fiber. It was found in Switzerland at a
place which is the center of a large
watch manufacturing district. -Cham-brs
c Extinct Northern "Sea Cow."
In the year 1754 the Behring explor
ers discovered gigantic species of ry
tinse, or "northern sea cow." These
enormous manatees were similar in gen
eral habits to those of the South Ameri
can coast and were from 20 to SO feet in
length and from 10 to 20 feet in girth.
They were very stupid, harmless beasta,
and lived by browsing on seaweeds and
ether marine growths near the land. The
sailors were not slow in finding out that
a sea cow st?ak beat seal meat "all hol
low." From 17.) 1 until 1763 they were
the principle food of the sailors and ex
plorers ou our western co;u-t. This be
ing the case, it is not at all surprising
that the northern sea cow. never a very
numerous species, should become ex
tinct in the short space of 14 yr-nrs. The
liV-t of the giant manatees was killed in
September, 176-S, a few months less than
14 years after tho discovery of the first
one. St. Lcuis Republic.
The phenomenon of double conscious
ness so skillfully used in "Dr. Jekyll
and Mr. Hyde'' is by no means uncom
mon. Many mysterious disappearances
are by it iicci.unted for in a manner
wholly consistent with the innocence of
the missing one. and even with his ap
jiarent sanity. A very singular recent
case was that of a western judge who
went away from home while deranged
from overwork and became a day laborer
under another name. New Y'ork Re
corder. Itl hnnld b in Kvery Hons.
J. B. Wilson, 371 Clay St.. Sharps-burg-,
Fa., says he will not be with
out Dr. Kind's New Discoverv for
Consumption, Coughs and Colds.that
it cured his wife who was threatened
with pneumonia after an attack of
La Grippe,"1 when various other
remedies and several physicians had
done her no jrood. Robert Barber,of
Cooksport, Pa., claims Dr. Kind's
New Discovery has done him more
g-ood than anything he has ever used
for lung trouble. Nothing like it.
Free trial bottles at Hartz & Ull
meyer's drug store. Large bottles
50 cents and $1.
This remedy is becoming so well
known anil 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 and it is guaranteed to do
all that is claimed. Electric Bitters
will cure a!l diseases of the liver and
kidneys, will remove pimples, boils,
salt rheum and other affections
caused by impure blood. Will drive
malaria from the system and prevent
as well as cure ull malarial fevers.
For cure of headache, constipation
and indigestion try Electric Bitters
Entire satisfaction guaranteed, or
money refunded rrice 50 cts. and
l.oper bottle at Hartz it Ulle
1UXKLEN S ARNICA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, sa't rheum
Fever sores, tetter, chapped hands,
chilblains, corns, and all skin ei up,
tions, and po.-i i velv cures piles or
no pay required. It is guaranteed
to uive perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
For sale by Hartz & Ulleniever
'l'o i rungs That scire a Negro.
Two seemingly ha:-;::le-s things excite
the fear of the sor tin rn negro. C;ie is
the cracking of the fiuger j. tints; the
other is to "be sti pi-d over as he lies
prone upon the ground. The cracking
of the finger joints set ti.s suggest to
the negro imagination the rattling of a
skeleton's bones, while to be stepped
over is regarded cs likely to bring bad
luck to grown folks and to check the
growth of children. A half grown ne
gro boy will sternly command a play
fellow who has stepped over Lis Kttly to
step back, in order that the spell may
be removed. New York Sun.
The Customer Ate Crackers.
"Will you please have these biscuits
warmed for me?" asked a patron of a
Sixth street restaurant of a waiter ore
night last week. "Very sorry, sir. but
the cook is taking a nap, and I m not al
lowed to open the oveq doors," replied
the knight of the tray. The customer
ate crackers. Cincinnati Enquirer.
Ths fools are tot ill le -I.
A lazy man, whos horses and can -fere stuck
In the mud, prajed to Jupiter for hei,t. Jnpiter
answered: "Fool ! get np and pi;' yeur shou'der
to the wheel, and do not ell on r.ie when yon
can help sonrself." Foolith peopk buy medi
cine baphizatd, blindly trusting :. promises
made without a guarantee. Dr. f 's Golden
Medical Discovery is guaranteed . cure colds
cough, all lurg affections, and even consump
tion, in its early stacos. It pi tc :xr t all stom
ach troubles, purifli s ihe b'ood, gi- healthful
acliou to the slugjjUli liver, and Jriv blemishes
from the skin. It issn honest nicd. , :ie, and :.u
I'. valuable health Insurance policy vf ich sho. J
never be allowed to lapse. All drr.L- -.ts keep it.
When Baby was slcl:, we ga i uer ::.-?oria.
SVhen t he was a Cliild, she cried f ur Oastoria.
When she beca-ne Mi.-, she lnn t Oastoria.
When she had Children, (die gave t hem Castor ir
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 coub
Children Cry for
net suffered tlu3 misery
caused by bile in the etomach
vh'ch an inactive or sluggish
liver fuiled to carry off.
THE PREVENTION AND CURE IS
liquid or powder, which gives
laiek action to the liver and
carries off the bile by a mild move
ment of the bowels. It i3 no pur--ative
or griping medicine, but
purely vegetable. Many people
;-tke pills more take Simmons
"I have been a victim to Biliousness for
years, f.nd after trying various remedies
my only success was in the use of Sim
mons Liver Regulator, which never failed
to relieve me. I speak not of mvself,
aione, but my whole family." J. M. r'iii
man, Sjelina, Ala.
Ilan onr Z Stamp In reT i wrapper.
J. 11. ZJtlXIN CO., rhUaddphia, Pa.
DMIHlSTftATOii'S j ALE
OF REAL ESTATE.
Br virtne of an order and decree of the county
court, of Rex k Island cotiLty. state of Illinois
made on the petition cf the undert-icned, James
K, JoUn-ton. administrator of the estate of
KOfa ie nartntpe , cucx-at-ed. for leave to sell
the reai etBt-of wild Oecrafed at the Augtst
term, A. I. Ist3. of said court, to-wit :
On tbeSth dav of Argut, A. D., 1SSS, I thall
on the 6ih day cf September r.ex', between the
ho trs of 10 o'clock iu the forenoon and 5 oilock
in the afternoon of aid d y. gc-ll at pnblic sale,
at the north door of the o urt honse in ihcitv
. T I. I . 1 I : 1 . . . ,
u --".. i-iunu. in m muni, me reai estate
described as follow, to-wit:
The noiUi twenty () acres of the wet-half cf
the tas'-half if notion number to.(-.). in town
ship sev. nt en, O"'. ' or! h ringe two, (it, west
cf the Kour.h pr:ncipal meridian, excepting
therefrom tne fnhowini 1e-crite! rtal estate, to
wit: Beginning at a jont on the half section
f rtrty-tw.i (42i ctia'ns and any seven (.'Ci links
southof ihe s nth-wet corncrof tie eouth-eat-t
qiiartur of fH:d section nine, id', and running
ttti nee fouth rixty three (63) deurccs and forty
(410 minute-' es-t (s ttf decrees 4-) m el thirteen
chains nd twenty-f .ur liuKs, (13 24 100 chains),
tlieiKC- south difiy-two decrees and Cfty-flvmin-
tcs eat ( 54 il tree S5 minute c) ten chains
and eft -t ine It-. k- i'I-S9 10 'chain more or less
to the east ime of t-airl we-t-tu f of the ea. half
f said strtinn t ire. (3- cou!ainiu between said
iine and Kick Rivereinht a-id twenty-two hun
dredths (S i!-:ti) acre more or les?. situated in
the county of Kocfe I-! cd.Mate of Illinois, on
the follow. torms n-imeiv; 'ah down on de
livery of lice t.
Dated thi" Sth day of August, A. D . 193.
JAM KS R. JOHNSTON'.
Administrator of tne Lstate of Rosalie Ilartcajre.
JOIICK TO CONTRACTOKS.
Sealed pro;,os!s will be received at the Cfty
Clerk's ofTce. Kock Island. 111., until .Monday,
sept, isth. Kit at 5 o'clock p m.. for constructing
improvements ordered by an ordinmce of said
cfty p ss, d r e-l mary 2h. ls!3, andenttt ed "An
or-iinance for tho coEstrac'it-n of a srste a of
ewirs in the Seventh ward on Forty-fourth,
Fortv-sroud. Forly third and Fortv-flih streets
and Kailroid avenue on Sixth avenue, and on
sever th avei.ue ajui in alleys in blocks 1 and 2.
Brook s m1u:ti r. in hi. cis'B ai d C. Edgewood
park addition, i'rMasie 's addition, Kom-fonrta
street addition. a:i J in Brook's Sk-cord addi ion,
all in tiie city of K'ck lsi.md. Illinois.
Plans and s ecifications ran be seen at the
City Clerk" ofBre.
All bids must be accompanied with a certified
check in the sura of siSO payable to tl-e city
treasurer of s lid c tr iu case "the said bidder
shall fail to enter into contract, win approved
stiret e-s, to execute the vro:k for the priee men-tio-
ed in his hid.
The ti-y reserves the tight to reject any or all
Rock Island, Tl!.. At:g. 25. 193.
A. D. UVaSING, City Clerk.
Notice to Electric Light Contractors. J
Sealed proposals wi.l be received at the c'ty
clcri's office, Kocs Island. Illinois. UEtil i o"clock
P. m . September 4. 13. for lighting th-s streets
of the city by electricity, the lamps to be of
standard J.ooo-candle power each to the number
of ltw to 140 lights suspended at street intersec
Cons or on poles at such places as the city may
direct, the term of contract to be for live years
from December 1. 1883 The specifications, can
be seen at the city clerk's ofllce. The city re
serves the right to reject any or all bids.
A. D. HrssiKs, Clt Clerk.
Dated Rock Island. Illinois, Aug. 12. 1893.
STATE SAVINGS BANK.
Office Corner Fiftecr-.th street and Third At.
Succeed the Moline Savincs i ac. ursraniaed 18b
5 PerCEM IXIEKSI . AID OS DEPOSIT!
Organized uu.de r State Laws.
O..CE from 9 a. m. to 3 i m., and Wednesday and
Saturday nights f rom7 to 8pm
i uuTKit Shmxthcr. - . President
H. A. Ainswohvu, . Vice-President
I. F. IIemkswat, ... Cashier
Porter Skinner. W. W. Wells,
C. A. Rose, K. A. Ainsworth,
G. H. Edwards, W. H. Adams.
Andrew Fribero;, C. F. Hemenway,
REAL ESTATE LOANS
made for private parties in .the earden
spot of the west by the
Orchard State Bank
of OttCUARD. NEBRASKA.
B. W. Dart, President.
J.8. Dabt Cashier.
Mitchell Lynde, Banker.
J. F. Robinson, cashier Bock Island Natior
C.C.Carter, W. D.
Henry Dart's Sons, Wholesale Qroera.
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lecyicceuie, .uluug OmiT tltne.-fjgj
known Fire Insurance Companies, the f
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Weschester F:re In. 1-r-'-ir..l
Buffalo German Ics. ccmpa.'.V i'
Rochester German Ins Co h'i V" 1
Citizens' Irg. Co., of pit'.V,, r p"r
e-uu & lie wiilLC, lXJIlllltn.
I'nion Ins. Co., of Cahf.irvU
Security Ins. Co.. tw Haven n r
Milwaukee Mechanics I119 V, u
wis ' M
German Fire Ins Co., of IV '"a p
Office Cor. LSth St. an. I 1
"THE OLD RELIABLE,'
HATES & CLEAVELASD
Her. rescnticg over 40 Million Wltrs
of Cash assets
Fire, Life. Tornado.
Bonds of Suretyship
OFFICE Room 21, Mitchell A LvDie1- v k
dork Island, Ills. " " 01
lafSecure onr rates: they will inti-tr! jm.
J M BUFORD,
The old Fire and Time-tried Ccs;stAi
Losses Promptly Paid.
Rates as low as icy reliable corcpar.y cc or
Your Patronaee is soiicite'ii.
Corner Cottace Grove avenue and Six:v-fo2::l
street, only a minutes from world's fa r.
Superior dining room; elevated railroad.
Sow open. Rates moderate. Europei.
Wi. N. FELorss. S-.;t.
Broadway, Cor. Prince St., Sew York City.
ReStted and re nova- ed nnder new mar,a--z:-:t:.
on the European plan.
noom raws i a day ana upward.
Restaurant equal to the best in the city at
Street cars from all R. R. stations and sttin
hoat and ferry landings pass the door.
HILDRETH A ALLEN, Pnp i.
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Cor. Michigan Ave.cnd Monro St. CHICAGO.
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