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THE AIIGUS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, JttiK.
THE TRAVELERS' UUH.
CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND FACIrlU KAIL,
way Depot cornet fifth avenue ana Thirty
6rt etreet. Frank 11. Plummer, agent.
tSAST. ! West,
Council tsiula 4- Minneso-
UDiT Express i
Kansas City Day Express. ..
Omaha and Denver Vesti-1
bale Express (
Ft Worth.Denver & ft tnf.lt j
Stuart-Rock Island Express
St. I'unl and Minneapolis....
Kansas City arid St . ,loe
Des Moines, Omaha A Lin-1
coin f ,
1:05 am1 4:45 am
10:.V)pnii 6:12 am
! 7 :45 urn ? :S5 pm
3.45 am 8:20 am
4:50 am ll:05 pm
S;:lpm U-M) am
6:17 am 9:as pm
ti:40 uin S :35 pm
3:40 am. '10:20 pm
Daily. tC ingeast. X'oinf west.
F. n.PLVER. Apt.
L. M. Au.xv. Pen. Agt. Pass. Dept. imven irt
"DCRLINiTON ROUTE-C B. y. RAIL
J- way Depot First avenue and Sixteenth at.
M.J. Young, scent.
"l. L.-.U1- Bxpreas ,
It. Lcui Expres..
8t. Paul Ezpreis
7 :45 pm ' b ::" a n
7:i pre 7:.'o an
S:fio pm' 10:45 am
7 :55 am i G:5)pm
CHICAOO, MILWAUKEE ST. ."AL L RAIL
wa7 Kacir.c & Southwestern Eivisiou De
pot Twentieth ssrect. between Firs" ar:d Second
avecce, S. O. W. Uolinei.aL'ct:.
Lini. i Af.rivb.
7:ih an i 0:SU pm
4 .17 0 I nr
Ma.i and Kxprcs
rU. xpr? . ...
ROCK ISLAND Jt F&.ORIA RAILWAY DK
pot Firs: avcr.no and Twent.cta a:reet. F.
H. Rockwell, Acent.
i 8:tara 7:05 pm
2 :40 pm 1 :25 pm
?-! am 3:0) Fm
4:00 ptn 9:iS urn
Fast Mull Express
C Accr.-j'.raoJation.. .
BCRLlNUTt'N. CEDAR RAPIDS A NORTII
eru railway, depot foot of Brailv sireet.Dsv
enport. J.E.HVnueain, Gen.T'k't J:'Pa-.AKeni.
Leave West Davenport.
b4:55 pm hl0:45ain
M-C0 am bll;15 pm
Weal LilwTiv Train
North. ;soutb .
aln;3'i pm a4:50am
ati 45 am
i hi :15 pm bSifmam
aDaily. hf li'y except Sund:iy.
tioinsr South and east.
MOST DTRRCT BOOTS TO THB
East, 3onth and Southeast.
Lv. Rock Island.
i 8:04 pm
a . t pm
! 8:57 pm
j 4:33 pm
4 :55 pm
: 6:40 pm
10: 00 am
11 :15 am
4 '00 pm l
I 8:50 pm
.1 S:5fl pm'
,': 6:55 pmj
. 7:10 pm,
.: 1:20 am
! 7:30 pm
,11 :00 pmj
Ar. Rock Niar.d...
10 :10 am
I 1 :35 pm
i :50 pm
Accommodation trains leave Hok Island at
2:uua. m. and ti.-'U p. m; arrive at Peoria 3:50 p.
m. and 1 :15 a. m. Leave Penjia 6:00 a. m. and
:i p. m ; arrive Rock If land 4 :00 p. m. and 1 :45
Ai! fain nn daily except Sundaf .
Ali panu t. 'or trains arrive aui "depart TJnion
Free Cha:r c iron Ft Expre between Rock
s)ond and "eoria. both directions.
Tnrosh tickets to all pointa; tia,'iraee checked
trough to declination.
; .!n am
lO. Jii am
Lv. Hick Islaid.
6.20 am 13.50 pm
7.t am 1 .45 pm
! 7.55 am 3.00 pm
" Wir.k Inland.
Great Rock Island Route
TO THE UAST.
Best Dining Car Service in the World
1 ho uock l.slaiul i lon-niost in
nliitinr fin v ail vant:r calculated
to improve speed and jivo thai lux
ury, t-a.ity and comfort that popular
patronage demands. It cjiiipment
's thoroughly complete with vesti
buled trains, manilicent dining
cars,, sleepers and chair coaches, all
the most elegant, and of recently im
Faithful and capable management
,ind polite, honest service from em
ployes nre important items. They
nre a double duty to the company
and to travelers and it is sometimes
a task difficult of accomplishment.
Passengers on this line will lind little
cause for complaint on that ground.
?ho Great l'ock Island Route runs all
ovular trains to Englewood subur
nin station, close to World's Fair
rounds, and you can save time and
rouble by ncttinjr oft at that point
nd avoid the crowd in the cltv.
For full particulars as to tickets,
maps, rates, apply to any coupon
ticket ol'ice in the United States,
Canada or Mexico, or address:
Gen'l Tkt. & Pass. Agt., Chicago, 111.
E. St Joun, Gen'l Mgr. Chicago 111.
-l.-i-tcs l:fo nisoriiblc. All other
v.:I:f'its ;ir-? as nothing in cora
i -a : . s. a. Women especially know
i:s fiuei'int:, and few escape ita
THE RE-IEF AND CURE IS
crine and y
le tako pills, which
I 'urge, weakenmsx the
Vodv. Mo:-e take Simmons Liver
aid or powder, be-
pleasant to take, does
not cripe, f:
nd is a mild laxative,
that a lo :
Tlio relief is
ones up the F-vstem.
quick. It is Nature's
., purely vegetable.
ldnnythine 5o me any
ed sHimuims l.iver Rcciila
n three -iirs hince l ih-st
ave not lut.t Siek n.'ndaelie
ny sister (who liad from one
s t Siek Headaidio t'Vry
of n pHc-kiiL'i'. and she I ma
,-I never foil
pond until I ti?
tor. It luis be.
r.M'd it and 1 1
siliee. I sent l
to two ultiiel
week l olie-hal
Hot hail it bit.
cc. ' C s. Mulii:is, Llro lis-
Han our 7. Stamp In red on -wrapper.
J. li. ZElLlN A: CO.. bila.lclphi. Pu.
ATTORNKT AT LAW Office in Mitchell Jfc
l ynac'a new block
JACKSON 6c HURST.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office in Bock Island
National Dank building, Koct Island, 111.
E. D. SWEENEY C. L. K'ALKFK.
SWEESEY & WALKER.
ATTORNEYS AND COI NSELLORS AT LAW
Othce in Ber.ston block, itock lalitud. 111.
C. J. HEAKl.E. . w. SCAHLE.
SEAI:LE & SEARLE.
ATTORNEY'S A VP COUNSELLORS AT LA W -and
Solicitor in Chancery; office Buford's
block. Rock Island.
McENIRY & McENIRY.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW Loan money on cond
Meeurity. make collections. Rifereme,
Mitchell Lycie, tankers. Office in Postoflice
S W. ODELL,
ATTORNEY AT L.W Formerly ot Port Byroi..
and during tte past two years with the firm of
Browninc A Kutiiken at Molinc. has now onened
an office in the Auditorium building, room 5, at
II. M. FEAECE.
ttoom S3 in itchell A Lynde's new blocs.
DR. J. E. HAWTHORNE,
Teeth,ext -acted without pain by the u
No 1716 Second avenue, over Krell Math'a.
Drs. Biokel &Schoemaker,
Mitchel' & Lynde's Block, Rooms 29-81
Edward L. Haoatt. Clauk II. ISuronn.
HAMI.IATT & EUFORD.
ARrniTECT, Rock Island, 111. Office-Koom
41, Mitche 1 & Lynde building.
GEO. P. STATJDUHAR
Plans and superintendence for all class a.
Rooms 53 and Mitchell & Lynde bnlldinR
Ti ll ELEVATOR
DR. W. W. ADAMS,
Physician and Surgeon.
Special atten iou iven to diseases of tl.e Eye
Office and ret idencc ;!12 Twentieth s'reet.
OHice hours: into 13 a.m., 2 to 4 and T to S
P. M. Tclepiu tu No. 119.
Physician and Surgeon,
1 lot Third Ave
Telephone 1270. Rock Island, III.
OftVe Hours : 10 a. m. to 12 in., 1 to 3 p. in. and
J, R. Uollowb ish, M, D, Geo, E, bartk, M, D.
drs. barth & hollowbush
Physicians and Surgeons,'
Office -IM 23rd st. Telephone 10H5
Kesidt ucc 7S1 21st st. " 1188
office uocns :
Dr, Barth I Dr. llollowbnsh
9 to 10 a m. 10 to 12 a.m.
ItoSand" o8p.m, 1 1 to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m.
DR. CILAS. M. ROBINSON
EYE, EAR, NOSE
Offlce McCullongh Building, m W. 3d 81.
Hours: 9 to 11 arc: 1 to 4 Dm.
3. F. Mters, M. D. Geo. W, Wheeler, M. D.
DRS. MYERS & WHEELER,
Suricry anil MiMeanoit or Women
Office over Krell & Math's. Telephone 1143.
I UK. WHEELED.
I 8 to 10 a. m.
I I to 3 and 7 to 9 p. m
I Rea. telephone, list1.
1 to 12 a. m.
Uag. telcphoi.e 12UU.
They Only Knew Agasaiz.
In 1S38 a party consisting of Lowell,
Emerson, Agassis, Judge Hoar, W. Jt
Stiliuian and several others spent a few
weeks of the summer in the Adiron
dack::. j The journey of the company gave rise
to an incident which has often been in
correctly told, and which, as a curious
comment upon human fame, deserves to
be told again. The coining of the party
was of course made known along the
track it would follow, and at Keese
ville, where the common roads then
ended, the town was agog to see the
"philosophers," as they were at once
collectively called. But neither Emer
son nor Lowell was known, Agassiz be
ing the only celebrity to that world, ow
ing to his having recently refused the
offer by the einperor of France of the
keepership of the Jardin des Plantes at
Paris and a senatorship with a large sal
ary, ho preferring to devote himself to
science and America.
The selectmen of the town waited ou
the visitors early in the morning after
their arrival to pay their respects, they
said, but really to see a man who had
no regard for money and distinction.
They were received formally, the spokes
man bringing a copy of a periodical
which contained a iortrait of Agassiz,
which he produced and carefully com
pared with the lineaments of the pro
fessor until he hue satisfied himself of
the authenticity of the individual, when
he addressed his followers with, "Yes,
it's him!" And they then proceeded to
shake hands with him, the rest of the
jarty being ignored. W. J. Stillman in
llow Iitl the Dollur Mark Originate?
Below I give five theories of the origin
f the dollar mark (.$), they being select
id from about 20 seemingly plausible
That it is a combination of the "TJ. S.,"
the initials of United States.
That it is a modification of the figure
8, the dollar leing formerly called a
"piece of eight."
That it is derived from a representa
tion of the Pillars of Hercules, consisting
of two necdlelike towers or pillars con
nected with a scroll. The old Spanish
coins marked with the pillar device
were frequently referred to as "pillar
That it is a combination of "II. S.."
the ancient Roman mark of money unit.
That it is a combination of P. and S.
from jh'so duro, signifying "hard dol
lar." In Spanish accounts peso is con
tracted by writing the S. over the P.,
and placing it over the sum.
According to one writer the symbol of
the dollar is a monogram of tha letters
"V" "S" and "J," the dollar being
originally a "thaier"' coined in the val
ley of Sant Joachim, Bohemia, and
known as "Joachim thaler," and tl.o
monogram the initials of the words,
"Valley Sant Joachim." St. Louis Re
public. Art Instruction.
An artist had sold a picture for an ex
orbitant price and the purchaser sued to
recover. The attorney for the purchaser
was making the artist uncomfortable by
'Now, sir," he said in that pleasant,
ingratiating manner of lawyers with a
witness "do you think anybody could
see beauty in that picture?'
"Some persons certainly could," re
plied the artist.
"You think the initiated i'.i technical
matters r.:i.;h: have :i diiliculty iu un
derstanding your work':"
"I am sure tlu-y would not."
"Do you think yoa could make me tsee
any lieanty in that picture?' this most
"Pi'iab'y not now, sir" and the art
ist was most humble "but once I could
have done so easily."
"Now, sir, how is that? I don't under
stand you. Explain, if you please."
"That's quite easy, sir. I could have
done it simply by employing you as my
counsel iu this case." Detroit Free
Courtetty.Among the Swedes.
The Swedes are a quiet, taciturn peo
ple. There is no jostling even among
the lowest classes. When a train leaves
a platform or a steamboat a pier, the
lookers on lift their hats to the depart
ing passengers and bow to them, a com
pliment which is returned by the pas
sengors. You are expected to lift your
hat to the shabbiest ierson you meet in
the street, and to enter a shop, office or
bank with the hat on is considered a bad
breach of good manners. In retiring
from a restaurant you are exjiected tq
bow to the occupauts. Bowing and hat
lifting is so common that the people
seem to move around more slowly than
elsewhere, in order to observe the cour
tesy. F. 11. Stauffer in Kate Field's
A ppreeiati ve.
A housekeeper who has been employ
ing a colored washerwoman for several
mouths was surprised to see her appear
last week in a hat trimmed heavily with
"Why, Julia," 6he asked, "is any of
your family dead?"
"No, no," was the reply, "but one of
my best customers gave me this hat, and
I didn't want her to think I don't 'pred
ate nothin." New York Times.
A tourist had visited a small historic
town. He was shown the massive wall
that surrounded it and the immense
"You need to bevery careful," he said
gravely to the official who was his es
cort. "Why so?"
"Sometime when these gates are open
the village may get lost." Youth's Com
Puzzled Over His Last Act.
M. de Semonvillo was a political utili
tarian who neglected nothing and knew
how to make capital of everything.
When he died, Talleyrand fell into deep
thought and then said, "I cannot divine
what advantage Semonville gained in
Judge Collins, or cnieago. Has agreed to
appoint a receiver for tbe Total Abstinence
Life Insurance Association of America on
the application of Attorney General Mo
loney, of Illinois
Myrtle Graham, wife of Thomas Graham,
editor of the Clciptet (Minu.) Pine Knot,
shot herself at Thompson, that stale. The
ball passed through her left breast, lung,
and shoulder. Siie cannot live and gives
no reason for t he deed.
The long drought in Illinois has resulted
in a prospect for a shorr. crop of corn.
The employes of the Big Four at Cincin
nati talk of a strike all over that system if
an attempt is made to enforce a proposed
cut in the wuges of trainmen.
John G. F. Povrull, ex-sheriff of Greene
cc-untr. Ills., after na absence of ten days.
was found wandering near Jerseyviile.
and soon died. lie lost his mind worrvini:
over fiuuucial affairs.
Major Tom Breckinridge, president of a
national bank in Austin, Tex., was fined
62 for keeping coal oil in large quantities
iu the lire limits ot the city and paid bin
line in nickel.-.
Two hundred Italian miners whose pay
day had been passed started a riot at
Beadling, near PiitsOurg, and twentv-
fcight Were invested.
The 1 .'-year-old daughter of ex-Suner-
visor Cripples of Concord, la., was kid
naped by l. r stepmother, -Mrs. l'aul'.ne
Sfuroitler, i f New Vienna, while she was
rcturuum j.!i solum!
l.lia'J .Mai; Wuntt lo 1- 1 1 1 .
PoUTSMol.'Til. O., Sept. Adam Jv-k. a
broom maker, w.iose residence is (.u 1V.il;
street, this city, and who has been totali
blind for thirty years, has issued a chal
lenge to any blind man in the state for a
liuish tight, marquis of Ciueensberry rules,
for film a side. Kck is ia earnest, and has
put up a fo.-feit of
A Lulls Onl'i EzDricca in a L ithlhiuse.
Mr. ami Mrs. Loren Trescott are
keejx'rs of the Gov. Lighthouse at
Sand Beach. Mich, ami are blessed
with a daughter, four vears old. Last
April she was taken down with
measles, followed with a dreadful
coHjrh and turninir into a fever.
Doctors at home and at Detroit treat
ed her, but in vain, she rrew worse
rapidly, until she was a mere "hand
ful o-"bones. Then she tried Dr.
Kind's New Discovery and after the
use of two and a half bottles, was
completely cured. Thev sav Dr.
rung s ev Discovery is worth its
weight in jold. vet voti mav trv a
ttle free at Hart 7. A; I'llenie ycr'..
STREXUTH AND HEALTH.
If Aou are not fccKim strong and
healthv. trv Electric Bitters. If "La
Grippe" has li ft you weak and wearv.
ise i.iectnc Hitters. 1 his reined v
acts directly on liver, stomach and
kidneys, pently aiding- these organs
to perform their functions. If ' you
ire afflicted with sick headache, you
will lind speedy and" a permanent re
lief by taking Electric Bitters. One
trial will convince you that this is
the renieilv voti need. Larire bottles
onlv 50c. at Hartz & Ullenicvcr's.
fsrCKLEN S ARNICA SALVE.
The best sal ve iu the world for cuts.
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum-
Fever sores, tetter, chapped Lands,
chilblain!:, corns, and all skin erup.
nous, ami positively cures piles or
no pay required. It is guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25 cents oer box.
For sale bv Ilartz & Ullemevcr
l:fl'ect of a Sentimental Song
Mr. Whitebread is a tinsmith hi
Weaverville. His wife's name is Arm.
und Ann and the tinsmith have never
pot along very well together. Mrs.
Martin and Mrs. Whitebread, so the
story goes, became quite chummy. There
was a piano m the tinsmith s house, ami
Mrs. Martin was in the habit of playing
"1 lie Old Oaken Bucket. The man of
6older rather liked it at first. But when
Mrs. Martin continued to thrum out the
same tune day after day it got kind of
tiresome. He remonstrated with Ann,
but the wife told him to mind his pots
and kettles and not to meddle with
One day the tinsmith lost all iiatiencn
and went up 6tairs, and after dancing a
jig on the keys wound up by smashing
tne instrument all to pieces, endinc- thf
performance by remarking, "To
with your 'Old Oaken Bucket.'" San
The Milk Turned Sour.
I will not tell you her name, tout one of the
neichbors snjs thatdurin;; her brief vis;t the oth
er day the milk turned sour. Hi r countenance
looks a yard lonir. ihe ishs perpetual'y. Tl.e
cloud O" her brow is deep. If benten ont thin, I
fceliec it would cover the sky. Her voice is
doleful, uud her eyes shon no rad'anco Her
wrinkles are nundi.rless. She is a sorry pic
ture, an 1 ail because she is a victim of one of
those complaints common to women. K er system
is di ringed. She needs a course of seU-'reat-nient
w th Dr. l'iorce's Favorite Prescription.
This will eniiiaite thoroughly those excruciating-periodical
pains and functional weaknesses
incident t ) her sex. and at the same time buil 1 up
and iuvijorutc her whole system by its health
imparting ir.lluence. A trial l:tt!e will c jnvlr.ee-
When Baby was sick, we pnve ner L'astoria.
When i'ae was a Cail d, sue cried for Castoria.
When she became ?Iiss, f!ic clung to Castoria.
When she La J Children, she gave them Castor ia.
Children Cry for
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
bowels each day. Most people need
to use it.
ChikJreii Cry for
Coughing leads to consumption.
Kemp's Balsam will stop the cough
Child resv Cryfonr
COL. C. W. OEAJf.
SUNSTRUCK IN BATTLE!
PTt. MILKS METDIOAIj CO., ikhaet,
Iniv I iiiu.st say the Kestorativo Nervine
ami Nerve and Liver l'illa have done mo
Oil YEARS T HAVE SOT FKLT AS
WELL AS NOW.
Tlio starting point of my disease wns a
m;iis! roke received in baitls before l'o:t
Hudson, Louisiana, June 14th. 1WI. I'p t
the time of beirinning to take lr. iMile
n Remedies I had bad ii con
a I rAo tinnal distracting pain in my
l ead; alM, weak spells, and the past fo-.ir
yurs I have had to give np rvervtliinij
of an active character, nrnl stay in tii
Iioiisx for f I O C "r month, ut
ii I i m e ; C- Jt eoiiid not
w:i!k acroaa thr stro-t. I KNOW YO! Ii
ItEMK.IHEsi HAVE (l liliD ME, and that
ilso (bit will be permanent. Severn
t IcnZ THOUSANDS
liere are using your remedies, and all tpeaii
wel". of them. Yours trulv.
COL, C W. PKAX,
National Military Ilonie, Dayton. O.
T.H. MILES'NERYTNE is the moet cer
lin cure for Headache. Nenralgla, rv
ons Prostration, Ilizziness, Spaama, Sleep-l-ssnes,
Dullurss, Itlaea. aad Opium
L'.abit. Contains bo opiates or danKerous drucs.
J-'old on a Positive Guarantee.
Dr. Ml LES' PI LLS, SO Doats 25 Cra.
jm. vl - -
A tew and Complete Treatment, conslsiine of
suppositories. Ointment in Capsuls, also in Box
and Pills; A Positive cure for External. Blind ot
Bleeding Itchinr, Chronic. Kerent or Ilereditiry
Files, Female weaknesses and mtnv other dis
eases; u is always a f:reat benefit to the irencra-l
health. The first discovery of a medical cure ren
dering an operation with the knife unnecessary
lieruafter. This Kemedv has never Deen known
to fad. l per box. 6 for 55; sent bv mail. Why
suffer from this terriable disease when a written
traaramee is Ksitivly piven With bottles, to re
fund the mouev if not enred. Send stamp for
free sample. Guaranu-e :std by our ai;ei
JAPANESE LIVEK. PELLETS
Acts like masic on the storna.n Liver and Bow
els; dispels Oyspepsia, Biliousness, Fever. Colds.
Nervous Disorders.sleeplessness.Loss of Apyetite,
restores the compiection: perfect digestion fol
lows tneir use. fosmve cure for Mien IIkaiiacei
and Constipation, s mall, mild, easy to take. Larye
Vials of SO Viils -J5 icnts.
HA.KTZ & tJLLMKYER Sole Agents Bock Isl
A. D. HUESiNG.
Represents, anions; other titne-triei and well
known Fire Insurance Companies, the fo!lowins:
Royal Insurance Company, of England.
Wesche'ter F.re Jus. Company, of N" Y.
Buffalo German Ins. Company. Buffalo. K. Y.
Rochester Genuau Ins. Co.. nochester, N. V.
Citizens' li s Co., of Pittsburg. Pa.
sun Fire Olrice. London.
Vnion Ins. Co.. of California.
Security ins. Co., ew Haven. Conn.
Milwaukee Mechanics Ins. Co., Miiwauec.
German Fire Ics. Co., of Pecria, 111.
Oflice Cor. ISth St. and Ave.
Kck Island, III
Established 1868. '
"THE OLD RELIABLE."
HAYES & CLEAVELAXD
Uetreseslirp over -iO Million Doiitr
of Cash assets
Fire, Lile, Tornado.
Bonds of Suretyship.
OFFICE Room SI, Mitchell 4 Lynde's block
Mock Island, Ills.
tirySccure our rates: they will interest you.
J M. BUFORD,
General . . .
The old Fire and Time-tried Companiet
Losses Promptly Paid.
Rates as low as any reliable company can afford.
Your Patronaee i solicited.
Cor. fuichioait Ave and Mnnrae St. C.HTar.n
THOROUGH INSTRUCTION. CHEAP BOARDING.
elegant tirep'oo biiHd.r.w
V UK M v ,T.
Bv v-rtn.. of a oril ; ' v rE.
court, of Rock Island f .,f -,
made on the petition rf .-" te 6T
, Johnston, adrnii i'- ,
Rosalie HannrpeT, r, tu'
the rea. e.taf , .l-FV- ,."
term, A. 1. of s.i.i "l":;'''- t'
On the Ah dav of An-i '. t'M''"4
on the 6th day if Sep",;".'; A-1)..
ho-irs of 10 o'clock in ' , 1 r'1'- v '
in the afierncsm of ,i . T' c"": i-'
at the north dour of i!. ,. ' s 11 a-'"
of Rock Island, JSK
described as follow t.
The noith tw.Mitv 1 1 1 .
shipsewntern, , 'T- i Hr
of the Kour.h pr.'iic.nu'' u''
therefrom the foLX "',r:':: V
it: Beginning at a ,"";,. f'" ':'aH
forty-two (12, chains !.:! 'a '
sonthof the S0iith-7c' - 't'
qnarterof said seciion "1T '-:
thence south sixtv-thre. , '
chains ind twenty.f.rir 'f"0 ;
mence souin nit: y tWo ,i, '
mm uil-i.iiic lir,K- . 1-V i
to the east line or sm,i
of said section nine, rn
iine and ll.vb .i..
dredths (S 2-Hxi) lu-r.- uv.'-.
' i r :...'
me coun :y oi hocii I-ln
the following terms, i. .n;
siatv , :
in-pry oi aee.1.
Dated this th day rf . i -i
I. , .
Administrator of the tt;J:V
OTICE TO CONTRACT.
Sealed profohls -w";
Clerk's office. ru, k l-..
sept, lsth, lSf.a at5o'el.K-i
improvements ordi red l v
ciiy pissed Kehruarv
ordinance for tho consirtil
sewers in the Seventh
Fortv-secoud, Forty third
'a F -
ana natiroau avrnui- ot. s-v ,
Seventh avenue and in a lev.'''- V 'l "
Brook s addition, in 11. k-'i! ,' ''.
park addition, Mcilastei s ,. ; '. ;.
street addition, and in li-,,,,'.' " ' '
all in the city of Kock Is nii.; I ',, '
Plans and s pecilication- V ,n' t ''
City Clerk's office. "l ''
Ah bids mnst be accompir. e,' n
check in the sum of m'.
treasurer of said city iu c ,."'"' '
shall fail to enter into conti "Lt
sureties, to execute the work v'-,;':
tioi.ed in his bid. ' " ':'
The city reserves the ripht v, -,
bids. - -
Rock Island, IK.. An.-, s- i-,;
A. D. IU tiN., , ..
STATE SAVINGS lA
oaice Corner Kifteekith ftrie: a. ,: -. i
CAFITAL. $100 'tXi.0L
Succeeds the Molinc feavir.L-f
5 FerCEM LNTEEEST . Alliit'i
Organized under S!j:(r L;ws.
Open from 9 a. m. to 3 p n.. and Kri-.s
Saturday niphts froa.: x -i
r'OBTER SilSNEE, . y
J . X. UL1KAW11,
Porter Skinner. W. W. we' .
C. A. Rose, H ' a. A'm-
Q. H. Edwards. W. H. A-ia
Andrew Friberg, c. F.iisaei.
REAL ESTATE LO
made for private parties -v :
pot of the wis; :.y ::.i
Orchard State E
of OUCUARB-, NEBRASKA.
K. W. Dat, PresideLt.
J. S. IUkT Cf.
Mitchell Lynde, Backi rs.
J. F. kllljiiuiin. 'Ah.. 1- 4rc
c. C. Carter, M . D.
Henry Dan's Sens, Whoiesa.e (irotr?.
Broadway, Cor. Trince St.. '
Refitted and rcuova'eJ un I- r i.i '
OB the European pisu.
noom raus M a day a:..t :;.::
Restauraut eouai to the bert :t 1 :
street cars from all R. 1J. -":.' : l
boat and ferry landings pa ' ' i ' r
hit iii---i'n A- 4' "
WHES YOU V-ii
Do not lcrget to see tl':
hibit of the General P
trie Company in Jtlie E-
tricity Building, f:eiD1
maral Railway tquip;
with General Electric d
pany's apparatus, the t-
trie Launctes touiri
with General Electric C-:
pany'a motors, and tlie G-j
eral Electiic company's
Lighting Plant and Po?;
Generators in MzS