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THE ARGUS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, J Jti.
In ' 't
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THE TRATELEKS UII)E.
war Drpot cornet F If lb avenne and Thirty
fint ttreet. rHana H. Plummer, agent.
vouncil biuHs dt Milu.eoo
U Day Eipreea .
Kmihh City Dy Bx-t.ts...
Omaha and Denver Vewtl-1
bnls Express i
Ft Vt'ortluD -over at i' 'it
Stuart-Rock Island Express
St. Pani and Minneapolis
Kums City and Si. Joe. ...
Des Moines, Uinaba & L'n- (
10: VI pnu.
liitfllpmf X: it pm
' 1:45 am1l':ijfc :!
1 3.45 am am
0:17 am 11:05 pm
C:4ttamj S :35 pm
:10 am'lO 20 pm
Dally. tG Ingtai't. ' rif wct 1 ' )'
F. 11 ' Pf.ramrn, gu '
L. M. Allen. Pen. Agt, ! Dept. lnven)ort
OCttLINCJuV if.ilV Jt. A y. "iAfl.
a- way Dup Jr :rto ini 9irii t
M.J. "oan, iKL-nt. ' .
TRAN j , '
-V uu' -;tures ":i5u. '7:"-'l"i
i "i ni Etr-reis,. ' 7 4,"ipni :itt
8L Paul ii.nit .' 7 0s pa 7 -r a ,
r. .rJKMwn Put'enget. " i:?pn M'4-.n'
Ser.in? Psonr-" "KSw t;:.V
IaL'rose Passenger f ft: r win 5rt pro
."ViilCAJO, MILWACKSu. A ST. c'il'L KAIL
wit Hacice Southwestern Di''sl.m Ue
.w 1 o ; .'. struct. Between Firs' arrt sv)nd
iv.i.-;ii. t. W. Uolraea. agent.
fca.i ud ixprose 7:'HIT "0l
St Pan 2i:- 4 4..tr U'4-Hr.
r : C'' .n'noiwtinri . . . .4 - " U "
ROi'K ISLAND PSOK1A K1U&V-1)S
pot Fir! BveDtittand Twentit'tb s'reet "
H. Rockwell, AfD'.
fast iSi'.l tixprus....
i 0 1 l-rr
T3CRUN"HT(.N, CEDAR RAPIDS
era railway, ilppot Tot of Brady treot,DaT-
vnport. J.S.Uunnefan, licn.T'k't & Pass.Aci)t.
b :5."" pm j mo 4S urn
1)3 (JO aiiubll:15 l m
Leave West Pavtnporr.
Went Libert Trnin
t.Nonh. ;s uth.
0)7:.S m blO:Snpm
alo:S i I'm a4 Suaji
art 4S am
bl :is pm ' hS:10am
b9:if . m ' M :lSpm
aDaily. bD.H'y except Sunday.
Ooinjr Soath and cait
i03T D1RHCT BOuisT.Vd lii?
East, So&th x:u.Southeast.
i .FaJl M'l.l Exprcriv
1v. Roc Island..- b:obam S Slipm
Ar. Orion 8:46 am 8:m pm
C4mir:dio 9:'S ami 3:37 pm
flalva ::ami 8:57 pro
Wyomicz 110:11 am 4:S3pm
iWncevilla ;i:tam 4:65pm
ycor'.a '11:15 ami 6:40 pm
Terre UaT.' . ..
i'. Lnui" .. ..
1 1 :15 pmi
4 -Of. pm
10: (X) am
11 :00 piu
i,v. Pojr: ... .
Ar. Roclc !'ir.'l .
lu .10 am;
1 1 :te pm.
Aecommoliuioc tratna leave Kock Island at
AXja. m. and 6.0 a. m; arr.ve at Peoria 3:50 p.
m. and 1 :15 a. m. Leave Pcaiia 8:00 a. m. and
7 :15 p. m; arrive Rock Inland 4:00 p. m and 1:35
Ail train!" tit da'lv except Snnday.
All pe ;ger train arrive and depart Onion
Free Calr c-on Fast Kiprees between Hock
!lcnd and Peoria, both directions.
Through tickets to all points; batrae eaecked
throagb to destination.
oaBLB BBAJica. , . :
Lv. Rock Island i .lo am 1.00 pm
Arr. Reynolds.... 10.JI) am 5.06pm
" Cable n.PO m 5.40pm
Lv. CaMe 6.9 am 11.50 pm
Ar. Reynolds -! 7.00 ami 1.45 pm
" Bock Island .-. I T..55 am' 8 .Oft pm
U.B. SLTDLOW. .TOCKHOUH 7
opiTintecdo., a-" Tkt. Ajt- t
Great Rock Island Route
TO THE K6.ST; : : : - '
Best Dining Car Service in the World
I lie Kock Island is foremost in
k-Ttin any advantafro- calcitlatwl
63 improve speed and rive that lux
ury, safety and comfort that popular
patronage demands. Its equipment
is thoroughly complete with vest!
buled trains, mti,'uitit'cnt dining
cars, sleepers and chair coaches, all
the most elegant, and of recently im
Faithful and capable management
snd polite, honest service from cm
ployes are important items.' -They
ire a double duty to the company
nd to travelers and it is sometimes
task dillicult of nccomplishment
Passengers on thisline will find little
cause for complaint oh that 'ground
1 REMEMBER ''
riie Great Rock Island Route runs all
egular trains to Englewood subur-
xi n station, closti ; to . World's ; Fair
i rounds, amL.vi.iii can sa.vo.tu-tnt4-
trouble by getting off at that point
.nu avoui tne crovu in tnc'citv. .
For full particular hrt'a 'tickets,
iaaps, rates, apply to any coupon
ticket oflice in the United StatesJ
Canada or Mexico, or address:
Gen'l Tkt. 4iJ"5f'CSgtfilY.
n ii t ni.! Tit
.bT JOHN, ucn i yjKnAvyj
THAT MAKES; GOOD 8WODJ5Sa
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hT5 KV . It
j , lpj If
AR0M1O IC MIHE
Will completer chanCT the Mond-fn your BTBtem
In three uuXitfis' Uumc- and i;it4 Bew titfh Word
conrsifKr through ytnif ,U 5''H 6el exUto'd
snd nervtMjn, re frrtTtrig thra and ftll lua down,
Gilmon-'n Aromatic Wine wlijcb It atonic and not
A bevrratTts, willYcstore y ya to healtliand strcBfitb.
WotrtcrH, nfnj Jt for yow danplif'f. It tshp beft .
TPtralHtur and mrwutor fr aiiannv-atu ppcaliar to
woman. It enrU ht'8 the blood and elves lanrlnff
wjvnpth. It is punrantcf 1 to nire Pfrtrrho?a, Dv
emery, and all fcumiucr t inplainta, aod itMp Uao
Soid Vv .IrupirlstB for f 1 pc bottle-
E- FARM ENTER.
ITTORXEY AT L vW--Oflice in Mitchell
Lynae a new block
JACKSON it HURST.
ITTORNEYS AT LW-Offlce in f ck Inland
National Dank btiiidi ig, Hoc- Mnml, 111.
I. D. DWEC'EI. CL. VtLK'U.
SWEENEY & WALKER.
ATTORNEYS AND COl'SELLORS ATHW.
Otllce in Bengston'a b oik, Rock Uluud. in.
C. J. SEAHLE. S. H . B5T.1..
ATTORNEYS A S D COVJ 'SKLLOR5 AT LA V -and
So'icitor in Uhuncery; odice Bufora's
block, liock Island ...
MsENIRY & McENIRY.
nTTORXEYi ATLAW-txwn mtmeV
r sepuriry, make coMections.
Mitchell Jt Lvnde, cankers. Office
S. W. OIiELL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW P irmcrly ot Port Byron,
acid uuriu- past two ysars with the tine o(
B owiiiul' ii t,:l:ik.-n al MUinc, bt now openea
i uScc in in. i:d:toricm btiudU g. room 5, ai
II. M. PKAUCE,
tioomty. t. oiicl: & t,mflf- bew blrcl ! .
DR. J. E. HAWTHORNE,
Teeth uztractcd wlthi at pi.'.n by tht ue
No 17.6 Second avenoo. over KreM t llulb's.
Witcbcl1 & Lynde's Bio-. Rooms 29 -CI.
Edward L. Hamuat-i.
Clark II. Bopord.
ARcnrTECTS, Rock Islai d. 111 . Office Koom
41, Mitchell t Lynde building.
GEO. P. ST ATJDTJ FT A K
Plats and lapcrlntendenw for all 'class al ,
Koomi 53 and 58, Mitchell A Lynde building
TAEI BLEVATOB .
DR. W. W. ADAMS,
Physician and Surgeon.
Special attention given to diseases of the Eye
Office and residence 312 Tv cntlcth street,
r Office bonrsr TO to Ma.., 2 to 4 and "7 to
F. M. Telephone No. 1309.
; : DK. ASAY. ,
1134 Third Ave
Rock Island, 111,
Office Hours : 10 a.m. to 1 J ni., 1 to 3 p. m. and
J, R. Uollowbush, M, D, Geo, E, Barth, M, D.
DRS. BARTH & HO LLOWBUSH
PHYSIOIAHB AlTD SURGKONB,
Office 40-.) 23rd St. Telephone 10H5
Residence TSiaist st. USS
- ofctc uoo w:
Dr, Barth Dr, Dollowbush
9tol0n,m. 1 10 toll! a. m,
1 to S and 7 tog p.m. 1 '4 to 5 and 7 to 8 p.m.
DR CHAS. M. ROELNSON
EYE, KAR, NOVE
Office .UcC'ullonjih Building, 134 W. 3d St.
Honrs: 9 to 11 am : 1 to 4 ddu
I. F. Mtbks, M. D. Geo. w. WneaxB, M. D.
DRS. MYERS & 'VTHEELER,
9arcery' and Mlsrasis of Women
-OTficc over Erell & Math's . Telephone 1 14S.
., ....... . orptui hours: - i
DtL UTEnS 1 DK. WItRELER.
11 to U a, ro. . . 18 to 10 a. m.
x to oar. a ic v v.
II to iand l to V
ties, telephone l'200.
-t Res Oflertrjoue. 1190.
I CofeMichijan Ae jnd Moa oe,St. fHICWO-j
or DoaW't J V M. .PO WJTCTrln
IN THE METROPOLIS.
. . . . rti I r
"PLANS FOR THE.FLJTURE,
, Improvements on a Clcantlc Scale Projoct-
d Ilnndreda of Millions of Dollars to
Be Spent In Beautifying the Chief City
tf the Continent. : '
V-Slnch "has been said from time to time
of the absence of public spirit, of local
pride and. of neighborhood feeling in.
New York.' .Even the' men who have
made great fortunes here do not 6eem to
have any regard for the city that has
given them their opportunities , for '
achieving wealth. "Men do not under
stand the causes of their success," said a
speaker of the board of trade recently in
commenting npon the difficulty in arous-.
ing public interest herein the movement
for the improvement of the Erie canal,
on which so much of the prosperity of
the city depends. The lack of public
spirit was sijnally illustrated in the half
hearted va in which the business men
entered into the movement to secure the .
World's fair for New York. Chicaro
was a blaze of enthusiasm on the sub
ject, bnt New York entered into the
competition iu a l:t!ess, don't enre sort
of way, which naturally resulted in Chi
cago carrying oil the prize.
The fact is that New York is a city of
marl-rets, of hips. of sliojis, of hulL-lsaud
of teneiueut Louses, l.r.t not of homes.
The rich men may have mansions h ie.
but their homes are in their coir.i:ry
houses. The poopl- who l.ve io fi.i; ;a:.d
tenement hi.-.es are enaned iu a strug
gle for a bare existence, ami have nott"::e
time or dihi-osition to give much thought
or care for the city. The diversity of
races and languages represented in the
population serves only to septwate the
people more and make them regard the
city with utter indifference.
Dnt there is reason for believing that
this state of tilings is gradually growing
better. There are evidences of 'increased
public spirit, of a greater pride in the
city and of a larger interest in her de
velopment and improvement. Great
schemes of public improvement have
been projected or begun. Millions have
recently been expended in the acquisi
tion of new parks, and twice lately when
it was proposed to do something that
would injure Central park tht-re was an
exhibition of aroused public opinion that
prevented the outrages and would have
done credit to a much smaller but more
' Itith men ar now contributing a lib-
trtl hKiition of their wealth to enter
prises that will increase the glory of the
metropolis. Lulumbia college is being
rapidly developed into a great universi
ty. A magnificent cathedral has lteen
started. A spacious botanical garden is
to be established. A fine aquarium is to
take tho place of Castle Garden on the
Battery. A splendid speedway for horses
is to lie built. The citv is to erect an
immense municipal building, which it is
proposed shall boa notable arcliitoctural
addition to the metropolis. The present
city ball is to be given to the trustees of
tire Tilden trust and made the home of a
The art and natural history museums
are being rapidly dcvelojied and will
soon take rank among tho best in the
world. Monuments and statnes.are being
multiplied, and eight vears after his
death the $500,000 tomb of General Grant
is approaching completion.
But m other and jierhaps moro inter
esting ways is the revival of public spirit
in New York being manifested. Busi
ness men are showing an increased inter
est in the good government of the city
and m its improvement in little things
as well as great. Other cities might in
deed copy with advantage some of the
methods of the organizations -that have
been formed here for the public weal. ,
The City Improvement society has
been formed and has started out to in
vestigate the various complaints of citi
zens and to secure, if possible, better
pavements, ' better street cleaning and
similar improvements in parks, bridges
and streets of the city. Lately a munic
ipal art society has been organized by
leading artist architects and others,
with a view of making the city mora
beautiful., ,,They seek to improve 'the ar
chitecture of the public buildings, to se-.
cure artistic decoration within them and
to prevent the erection of inferior stat
ues and other inartistic structures. . An
other society is engaged in marking with
bronze tablets the places (Of historical
interest. " Others of a more philanthrop
ical nature are endeavoring to better the
lives and condition of the tenement house
The women have organized a health
protective association, and are endeavor
ing to institute reforms that shall de
crease tho death rate and make New
York a better city to live in. The latest
reform which they have taken up is that
of securing a health 'regulation requiring
the removal of the refuse of the 00,000
horses in the city of New York. The
physicians comprising the Academy of
Medicine have lately been acting with
vigor , and conrage to secure improved
quarantine protection and a purified wa
ter supply.- I ne cnamoer. ot commerce
and the bonrd of trade the mouthpieces
of the merchants and bankers have late
ly exliibited increased activity and exer
cised a wider iufluence. All these things
certainly indicate that Isew Yorkers are
Beginning to wane up ana to show a
livelier interest in the welfare of the citv
Perhaps the fact that other cities are
getting closer to her in the cOmjwtition
for business has sometlung to do with
this. -Itislrrginnhig to dawn1 upon her
citiaens that unless she can unite with
Brooklyn, bridge land tunnel the North
river, throw more bridges ovet the East
riy,erJjjet rapid transit from, city hall to
Westchester county, and institute other
measures of public, improvement, she is
liable to los6 her cohunexcial supremacy..
rew or ar Cor. Baltimore Sun. - - .
Many of the South &vnslantkosle
lieve that paradise cau.be inherited ouly
Mv persons of perfect physical, if ornw:
I Whs4hiB.behef prevails a-man
rathjpr than submit to amputatioi
The Decay oi AVinter Sparta In Canada.
The average inhabitant of the "States" ,
in gofti'to, panafl4 in thiy'-intorJiiio.
expects,-1 - 1iavv- no - toe lt, to - eo- -the
streets and hillsides covered with snow-
shoes and ' roboglpjnns. '. IXo iiay be sur-
prised to learn that there is but cno
really good toboggan elide in Canada,
and that is at Montre!.- while snow-
shoers ure numbered now by tens where
"formerly tliey were counted by hun-
aretis. ii is simxno enougn to under
stand- what : has brought' about this
change in what is usually accepted as
the typical Canadian wiuttT siiort.. ' 1
A few j eais ago, when tobogganing
and snow slipeingflocnshcd purely for the
great sqHirt furnished, the, professional
imprts;:rio, aided by file hotel proprietor,
coucx ived the idea of booimVg Montreal
and incidvntally enriching themselves
b- holding winter carnivals, the main
expenses, of which were borne by Mon
treal merchants. For a time they drew
largely, and Canada was literally alive
with snowsaoesand toboggans, bnt anon
thcyptlled, and the last much advertised
"carnival was'highly uninteresting from
a spectator's point of view. Harper's
Mrs. Watts O'.i. we lia-l such a time
at home laet night! Mr. Yi'atts thought
there was a burglar i:i the house, and he
gt his revolver, and it went off, i.nd the
ball went right through my hair.
Mrs. Potts Indeed! And were you
anywhere in the vicinity when it hap
pened? Indianapolis JournaL
It Should be in fcve y Jor,s.
J. B. Wilson. 371 Clay St., Sharps
mrg. Pa., says he will not be with-
out Dr. Kinir s ew Discovery ur
L'-onsumption, Coughs and Colds, that
t cured his wife who was threaten jd
with pneumonia after an attack of
'La (irille., when various otlx-r
remedies anil several physicians had
done her no good. Kobert Ivarber.oi
'oakftiort. l'a.. claims Dr. Kinir's
New Discovery has done him more
good than anything he has ever used
or lung irouoie. jNotning like it.
Iree trial bottles at Hartz & Ull-
meyer s drug store. Large bottles
50 cents and 1.
ELECTRIC. BITTERS. ;
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 and it is guaranteed to do
nil that is claimed. Electric Bitters
will cure all 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 all malarial fevers.
For cure of headache, constipation
and i nd i"-est inn trv Kli'i-t riir ISitli-rs
Entire satisfaction guaranteed, or
money refunded Price ;0 cts. and
f Lou per bottle at Hartz & Ulle-
BfCKLKX S AKXICA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cuts.
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum
Fever sores, tetter, chaoned hands.
chilblains, corns, and all skin erup,
tions, and posi .ivelv cures piles or
no pay required . it is guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Trice 25 cents per box.
For sale by Hartz & Ulicnicver
Itiiirillico AffulliHt At-t-itlt'iit.
. The nsuul odds lai l by nn accident
company tire il.lhlK toil that you do
not die from km accident in a year. Sup
posing that the whole population of the
country were insured against accidents
in one office, each person paying CI wnQ
leing guaranteed i'l.oOO in case of death
by mishap the premiums would reach
the figure of 111).7 50,8(W, and the sum
to be paid for deaths would amount to
14,90iS,000, leaving, after the deduction
of a few millions for working expenses,
the very respectable profit of 130,000,
000. London Tit-Bits.
- Effect of Heat anil Cold on Itoilltn.
'. The boly tf Prince Menschikoff, a
favorite of Peter the Great, on lieing ex
humed after U2 years' burial in the frozen
soil of northern Siberia was found to
feave , nnde; gone . hardly any change.
Corpses interred in hot sand do not de
cay; but Income mummified. Wash
ington Star. ... -
. Thi Fooli are sot all Dead.
i A lazy man, whoss horses and cart were stack
in the ninil, prayed to Jupiter for bclp. Jnpiter
unewerrd : "Fool ! get np and pat yeur t-bou'dcr
to the wheel, and do not call on mc when yon
can help yourself." Foolish people buy medi
cine 1iap b iza-d, bliadly trnsting to promises
made without a guarantee. Dr. Ficrce's Golden
Medical Discovery is guaranteed to enre colds
couch, all lung affections, and even consump
tion, in its early stattee. It puts to rout all stom
ach troubles, purifies the b'ood, gives healthful
action to the lug:ish liver, and drives blemishes
from the skin. It is an honest medicine, and an
invaluable health Insurance policy wbich ebonld
never be allowed to lapse. All drnpists keep it.
When Baby wfUck, we gave ut-r CTtorla.
When die was a Child, she cried for Costoria.
Whi?n she liftcanie JlisM, sho clunp; to Cixstorio.
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 ltj .
: j ' ' it:
: . Coughin? ' leads to consumption;
Kemp's Balsam will stop the cough
it once j jo i.:--:v. -i; ':'.:-. rinv.t.u :
' Children Cry for
Castoria. - 1
:M..) hr.-i'iHjtsufAll W.irilaerv'
4"atisc4 l.y bite in the ' stoinach'
' r. Lr-h an inactive or sluggish ,
liver fltilctl to carry off. ':'K- " ' :
THE PREVENTION 'AID tURE IS
iiquid or powder, which gives
r.aiek action to the liver and
fi t rr ies off the bile by a mild move
r.i ciit of the bowels. It is no'pur-c.-Uive
cr griping medicine, but
rely vegetable. Many people
'.;ike ills more take Simmona
I have been a vict im to BiliouKnesa foi
years, f.nd alter trying various remedies
my irnly success was in the use of Sim
mons Liver Hegulator, which never failed
to relieve me. I Pfieak not of myself,
alone, but my whole family." J. SI. t'llA
HAS, iselma, Ala.
Han onr Z Stump in re u -wrapper.
J. IL ZXION & CO., PhUadclphu., Fa.
OF REAL ESTATE.
Bt virtne of an order and decree of the caunty
court, of Ro. k Island county, state or Illinoi.
niade on the petition f the undersigned, James
e, Johnston, adralnistrater of the estate of
Roi-aiie Hanmffe', decvased. tnr letive to sell
the rcai estat-of said deceased at the August
terra, A. D. ISM, of said ronrt, to-wit:
on the Sth dav of A'gut, A. D., ISfS, I thall
on the tfth day f September i.ex , between the
ho irs of 10 o'clock in the forenoon and 5 o'clock
In the afiernnon of siid d-y. ael! at public sale,
at the north door of the c urt house in th"cUy
of liock I-land. in said county, the rial estate
described a follows, to-wit: .
The noith twenty (At acres of the we?t-hhlf of
he tas'-hall t.f pectioti nuinbt r to. t in town
ship ev.-nteen, U7, north rir.ire two, (, west
of the Kour h prniripal meridian, excepting
thcnJroni the following desrribed real s;a:e. to
wit: m-L'iiiiiing nl a poirit on the ha'f section
fort -two (42) cha't and a;y-seveu i'7i links
soutli of lhe s .nib-we-t comer of lie south-eaei
quarter of slid section nine. (S),. and running
ili nee south sixty thn e (B3) decrees and forty
(40) miiMite ea-t, is (it decrees 40 m thirteen
chains and twen?y-f ur links, 'i:iSt 100 ciiaius),
liienre south t'.:fty-two decrees and Cfty five uiin
: ti-s easi (s 52 d. crees 55 miiiuto t-1 len chsins
a:il till -i.ine link- ulo-Ziil Id.;c-hi9s niore oriels
to thf east line of suid w-et-ha:f of the ea-' half
)f said sertion nine. (! co:itainiii(i be,tfensaid
line nnd Kot:k Kiver-iLriit acd tvventy-twj hun
dredths (S 2-J-iooi acres more or less, situated in
the county of hock 11 -nd, state of Hiino:s. on
the following turms, namely; Cab d.wo on de
livery of dee '.
Dated tbi Sth day of August, 'A. I . 1S93.'
javes n. Johnston.
Administrator of tho tctute of Kosal.e llar.cajre'.
Decease u. .
OT1CK TO COXTKACTORS.
Sealed proposal wiil be received at the Citv
Clerk's office. Kock Uiatid, 111., until Mondav.
sept, lsth, lri'Ji at5o'clorkp m.. for constructing
improvements oruerea ny an oramanre or said
citv p sed february 2-lth. Isii3. andentit'ed "An
ordinance for tho construution of a gvste a of
ewers iu the Seventh ward on Forty-fourth,
rortv-secottu, Forty thirj anil rorty-nth streets
and Kailroad avenue on Sixth avenue, aui on
Seventh avenue and in ulWs in blocks 1 and 2.
Brook's adiii lion, in bl cks B and C Edgewood
park addition, McMa-ie 's addition, Vort-fourth
street adiition, and in Itrook's Secord adai ion,
all in the city of Kock Island. Illinois.
rians and siiecitications can be set-ii at the
City Clerk's ofacc.
Ait bids must lie accompanied with a certified
check in the sum of SUjO parable to tr-e city
treasurer of said citv ia case me said bidder
shall fail to en'er into contract, with approved
suret'es, to execute the wo:k for the price men-tio-cd
in his bid.
The tiiy reserves the tur'.it to reject any or all
Kock Island, II'... Aug. 95. 11.5.
A. D. lIUKSINli, City Clerk.
STATE SAVINGS BANK.
Office Cornet Fifteenth streat and Third Ave.
Succeed the Moline Savings, . ana. orgamaed ISfX
5 PerCtM ISTEMSI .ilD OS DEPOSITS.
Organized under State Laws.
Oen from 9 a. in. to 8 - m., and Wednesday and
Saturday nights f rom7 to 8pm
Pobtxb Skihitrk. - President
U. A. Ainswobth, - - Vice-President
J. F. Eekeswii, - - Cashier
Porter Skinner, " W. W. Wells,
C.A.Rose, H. A. Alnsworth.
Q. H. Edwards, W. H. Adams.
Andrew Friberg, C. F. Hameuway,
REAL ESTATE LOANS
made for private parties in .the garden
pot of the west by the
Orchard State Bank
of ORCHARD, NEBRASKA .
E. W. Dart, President.
' J. S. Dat Cashier. :
" REFERENCES. ' '
Mitchell & Lynde, Bankers.
1. F. Robinson, Cashier liock Island Natlor a
.. '. C Carter, M . D.
' Uenry Datt's Sons, Wholesale Uroers. .';(
Correspondence solicited. . , i !
235 Wis. Street
W lilua ' I ' r.t.i ( n-llluint " .I'ui
ilrna-a. JowOif.-rh-culoror S-"i.. - all or
write as abova f otr Symptom Hkrokandtio'!.-; 4 .
A w LI O " i f aron-v i Knmn'FaMion l lm.r - .
rfA,aaj ; Ltaaiostolisbtoil pad dnraul . 1
UIWHII ran o-iors tor tbe nanaksKblsr.
fHe pERO DstOC CO.. Milwauk . Wl.
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A; Li, iiULSING
Reprctent?, amotis; other ttme-T'ot
known Fire InracceCoitip&alc?
sun FireOfirp. I ,
Vuion Ins. Co., of t'aiifon.'a
Security Ins. Co., rew Havtn r,j,
Milwaukee MecLaau-s Ils. Co v
Wis - '' --Wa...,
German Fire Ins. Co., of Peer:, l!:.
Office Cor. lKth St. and ,
',l-'K INLAND. I-
"THE OLD RELIABLE."
HaVeS & CLEAVELAND
Set reseating over 40 Million Doil
of Cash asstu
Fire. , Life. Tornado.
Bonds of Suretyship.
OFFICE Roma 21. Mitchell A Lynde1- -r
Hock Island, Ills.
Secure onr rates: they will incrc: y-
J M -BUFORD,
General . .
Tbe eld Fire and Time-tried Corii .at et
losses Prcmptly Pail
Rates aa low as any reliable cotapany est. aa:
Your Patronaee is eoiicited.
Corner Cottage Grove avenue and ftlTrr-fotu'.
street. Only 5 minutes Ixom worWs fair.
Superior dining room; elevated railroad.
Sow open. Rates moderate. European.
, . . Wji. N. FbXotjss, Sani.
Broadway, Car.Prince St., Sew York City.
on the European plan. "
noam rates 91 a aay ana upward.
Restaurant eoaal to the best in the citv at mod-
Street ears from all R. R. stations and steam
boat and ferry landings pass the door.
tin.nttum jt ame. Ftp t.
Do not forget to eee the ex
hibit of the General Elec
tric Company-; inth.e Elec
tricity Building, t' e Intra
mural Railway f quipped
with General Electric Com
pany's apparatus, the Elec
tric Launches equipped
with General Electric Com
pany's motors, and tbe Gen
eral Electee company's Arc
Lighting PlinYand Power
Generators in Machinery
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Washes everything -from adfiie
silk 'handkerchief ti a cifcua
tent; Laoei'jcuxlains specaaity.
"No1724 THIRD AY?.
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Wesche.terF.re Jn Company '
Buffalo German Ins. Ccmil Ih,
Rochester Gennan Ins. Co.. a i'hi, 4 Is t
CilizenV Ii.a. C rrf i.t.ilM"'", S. V
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