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THE TEAVELEXS' GUIDE.
CHICiUO, BOGS ISLAND rAClFIC KAIL,
way Depottornei Fifth avenue and Thin;
Bret street. Frank H. Plummer, agent.
Loancn tlmlls A Minneso
ta Day Express
Kansas City Day Ezuress.
Washington Express .....
Omaha and Denver Vesti
Ft Worth.Denvcr & n.:i
Stnart-Rock Island Expre
St. I'ar.l and Minneapolis..
Kansas City and St. .loo
Des Moines, Omaha A Lin
coln 1 :0S am
10 :S0 piu
l- :-2i) Dm
! 7 :45 am
ft :4ft am
u :iu am
' 9:(A pm
v.iuiii a .,' I'm
6:40 ami S :35 pm
5:40 am'10:20 pm
Daily. G-ine east. t'4o'ntr west.
V. n.Pl.t'XMK't, SgU
L. M. A:.i.ex. Gen. Airt. Pass. Dept. Uaven ort
TJCKUSdTON Roll .'B-C, B. y. KAU.
way Depot First avtr-ue and Sixtoentb s.
SI. J. Tonne, acut.
TRAISSj -v. .1KHI-.
'I. L-i.i axprttse (I :." an; pm
St !cu! Express.... . ' 7:45pm' n
St. Pan! Express 7 OS pmj 7:55 a a
r.rd;own l'tQ.i. . , a:50pro 10:4Sam
V.er'.iE: Pnssene"-. . .... -. :NHm :Mpm
LaCrose Passenger i:riOam 5:' S pm
SICAGO, MILWAUKEE ST. PAUL RAIL
way Racine A Southwestern Division De
sit Twerttetb sr.-eet.. between First and Second
ven'a. C D. W. H.V.nvi.ai ent.
TRAINS. Lkv. IabkivI;.
.".i.. , 1 ttxpro-.. . ..j"7:""' '9 - .
Ft. . Accommndati.ir. . :4 -on! 0i'
ROCK ISLAXD. PhORlA RAILWAY
pot Firs: av.jnue Mid fwei.c,..:tr: irreet. r.
H. Rockwell, Aeeut.
TRAINS. ! LkaVX Abbive.
?asik!i Kx;.ru .. -. am T.rt pm
Sxpr-ss pm !:-.- i.iu
Oii'is Accommodation I 1:10am 3:01
" " I 4:"0pm 8:i n
BCRLINUTdN, CEDAR P.APIDS NORTH
ern railwav, depot foot of Bnuly street,riav
enport. J.E.Iianneitan, Geu.T'k't Jc Pass. Aeont.
Davenport Trains. ! Leave. Arrive.
Passenger b4:M pm!hl0-4.' am
Freight I bVUO am!bll:15pm
Leave West Davenport .
West Liberty Trains tNorih. iJSouth.
Passenger h-lnsm hl0:4?ipm
aW:3'i pm i a4:S0am
" at! 4S am 1
Frclsht i hi :1S pm b$:00am
M:t5.m I hi :15pm
" : hll :50am
aDaily. bD.uly except Sunday. tGoing north.
Goinjr South and east.
aiOST DLR3CT HOOT 3 TO THB
East. South and Southeast.
Lv. Rock Island 8Mham S :2u pm
Ar. Orion B:4Sam 8:04 pm
Camhridae 4:08 am 3:7pm
GaJya :: am S :57 pm
Wyoming 10:11 am 4:33 pm
Ptlnceville '. 10 .30 am 4 :55 pm
Peoria 11:16 am 5:40 pm
Sloomington l:lrpm :lSpm
Sprlnijileid : 3:40 pm 10:) pm
Jacksonville ; 4'0C pm 13-06 n't
Decatnr Mlflpm 10:00 pm
Danville I 3:50pm 13:10am
Indianapolis ' 6:5Rpm 3:35am
Terra Haato 7:10 pm. 10:00 am
EvanBVille 1 :-!! ami 7:35am
St. Louis 7:30 pmi 7:40 am
Cincinnati 11:00pm 7:10 n't
r. Rock lnar.'l.
I 1 :35 pm 7:05 pm
Accommod:itioc trains leave Rork Island at
(t'.OOa. ra. and G.iO p. m; arrive at Peoria 3:50 p.
-ii. and 1 : IS a. m. Luave Peojia K:00 a. m. and
'I :15 p. m ; arrive Rock Island 4 :G0 p. m. and 1 :35
Ali train? rnn dallv orropt 8ar.rtar.
All passenger tra:na arrive and depart Union
Free C'nair ciron Fast Express between Rock
!eiOnd and Peoria, both directions.
Through ttckots to al! points ; baggage caucked
hrongh to destination.
, CABLE BBAHCB.
Lv. Rock Islaid H.ln am 4.00 pm
Arr. Reynolds.... 10.0 am 5.05 pm
" C'ahM 11.00 am 5.40 pm
Lt. Cable I 6.20 am 11M pm
Ar. Reynold 7.00 am! 1.45 pm
' Hock Island I 7.55 am 3.011 pm
t. B. SUDLOW, K. "TOCKHOUHB
Hntiorintendent -v.'1 ""kt. Akb t
Great Rock Island Route
W0RLDJ M sll, V fff
TO THE UAST.
Bet.t Dining Car Servicsinthe World
JlieKock Island is loremost in
doptin anv ailvantaire calculated
to improve r-jioed and jrive that lux
ury, safety and comfort that popular
patronage demands. Its equipment
s thoroughly complete with vesti
buled trains, magnificent diiiinj
ears, bleepers and chair coaches, all
the most elegant, and of recently im
Faithful and capable management
tnd polite, honest service from em
ployes are important items. They
ire a double duty to the company
nd to travelers and it is sometimes
a task difficult of accomplishment.
Passengers on this line will find little
cause for complaint on that ground.
?he Great Rock Island Route runs all
cgular trains to Englewood subur-
ian station, close to World's Fair
rounds, and you can save time and
rouble by getting olT at that point
nd avoid the crowd in the city.
For full particulars as to tickets,
maps, rates, apply to any coupon
ticket office in the United States,
Canada or Mexico, or address:
Gen'l Tkt. & Pass. Agt., Chicago, 111.
E. St Joun, (Jen'l Mgr. Chicago 111.
is 8nd will ever be the
nonr. Influenza. Backache,
Pnins in the Side. Chest and
Joints, 1 euralgia, Sprains, &c.
Hew: e yon neeo to ony, ooiaiu
tv FREE OF CHARCE-C
the valnabie book: "Guide to Health,"witl
endorsements oi prominent paysiciana.
Prize Meda!s Awarded!
Enrcpean Houses: Bndolstadt, London,
Vienna, rragne .tvotteraam, uiien,
Mnrenberg, onsteia, Leipsio.
25 & 50 Cts. a bottle, For Sale by
ICES! TCS Z5ESSI
,nd other i?rnrri5W-.
A l l UUNEY?.
ATTORNEY T LW Office in Miuhell i
Lrnae's in block
JACKSON & HURST,
iTTORNEYS AT LAW-Offlce in Rock Island
Nutiotial I ank building. Hoc Island, 111.
. D. SWEEXJ T. C. L. WAIKIK.
SWEENEY & WALKER.
ATTORNEY? AND COUNSELLORS ATI.AW
Oftiie in B -ngston's block. Hock Island. 111.
C. J. SEARLE. s. W. SEAT.LR.
SEARLE & SEARLE.
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LA W
and Solid or in Chancery; ortce Buford's
block. Hock Is and
MeENIRY & McENlRY.
ATTORNEY'? AT LAW Loan money on good
Mitchell i LLdf, tankers. Office in I'ostoftke
S- W. ODELL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW Formerly of Port Byron,
und aiirln the past two years with the fir. a o'
B .owning A Lt triken at Moiine, has now om ccri
m office in the Anditorium buiidlrg, room 5, at
itcom 23 in Xitchull A Lynde's new bloca
DR. J. E. HAWTHORNE,
Tcelh ei tracted without pam by the ur
No 1716 Second avenne. oveT Krall f Math's.
Drs. Bickel &Schoemaker,
llitche!'. & Lynde's Bio;k. P.joma 29-Sl.
Edward I,. IIhhati.
Clare II. Buford
K A V MATT
A RCI1ITEC "S, Rock Island, Til.
tX 41, Milch :11 A Lynde building,
G-EO. P. STATJDUHAR
Plar.s and superintendence for all class o
Koomt 53 and 55, Mitchell A Lynde building
DR. W. W. ADAMS,
Physician and Surgeon.
Special attc ition given to diseases of the Eye
Office and residence 312 Twentieth street.
umce hours: 10 to 13 a.m., 2 to 4 and 7 to 8
r. M. Telep) one No. 1200.
Physician and Surgeoa,
1131 Tmi;i Ave
Telcphoni 1270. Rock Island, III.
10 a. in. to 12 m., 1 to 3 i. m. mid
J, R. llollowl ush, M. I, (ieo. E, Burth, M. I.
DRS. BARTH & HOLLOWBUSH
DHYPIOI&tfrt AND UROKONS,
utllcc 4(r.t2:irdBt. Telephone turn
.-. Uarth I Dr. Ilollowbnsh
utilO i.. m. 10 to 12 a.m.
ltoSatdVtoep. m. 1 to 5 and 7 to 8 p.m.
DR. CIIAS. M. ROBINSON
EYE, BAR, NOs-E
Office McUullonu'U Building, 124 W. 3d 8t.
1 to 4 urn.
Uours: 9 U 11 am
J. F. Mtebs. M. D. Oho. W. Wheblbr, M. D
DRS. 3VIYERS & WHEELER.
Hurcry ttnit Itlseasm of Women
Office over Krell ic Math's. Telephone 1143.
DR. HI EHB. I ' DR. WHEELER.
ir to a. m. I 8 to 10 a. ra.
a to 5 and 7 1 U t. m 1 1 to a and 7 to V p. m
lies, telenlm i lv!00. ' Res. telephone. 11110.
W A DARLING,
Room ; s,
Mitche'l & Lynde Block,
Tuke E levator.
Emblems of the Apostles.
Tb medifeval artists, having no idea
of tlw personal appearance of the Sa
viours followers, adopted a set of signs,
or emhlems, for each, which soon be
came familiar te all. The emblem of
Peter was either a large key or two keys
crossed, which is readily explained by
ref erring to the words of Christ (Matthew
xvi, 19), "And I will give unto thee the
keys of the kingdom of heaven." The
emblem of Paul was a sword and a book
the latter to remind the beholder that
he was a teacher of men; the former tc
indicate that he was beheaded with a
sword. St. Andrew was usually figured
standing by a cross shaped like a letter
X, that being the form of the cross upon
which legend says ho was crucified. The
emblem of St. .Tames the Great was
either a sword referring to the fact that
he was also beheaded or a pilgrim's
staff, he being a great traveler.
St. John's emblem was a caldron, re
ferring to his experience in the boiling
oil. St. Philip's emblem is an enigma.
It w;:s a spear and a cross, yet it is
known that ho was hanged. St. Uar-
iiioiov.iew, who was liavea alive, is
represented with a knife and his skin
Hanging over ins arm. JUuttiiew s em
blem is a square, supposed to have some
reference to Christ's calling. St. Thomas,
having been 'pierced with a dart," is
pictured carrying a spear. The emblem
of James the Less was a clnb, he hav
ing iH'en "beaten to death with a fag
got;" St. Matthias an ax, he having
been beheaded. Simon s emblem was a
saw. fThe legend says "he was sawn
asunder." St. Louis Republic.
A Came Hunter's Last Kfl'ort.
M. de Chervil le had a dog which had
become wholly deaf and almost blind
with old age. us well as most helplessly
lame with rheumatism. The dog slept
almost all the time, but he retained a
keen passion for the chase, and it was
impossible for his master to get awav
from the house with a gun on his shoul
der without the old dog unless the ani
mal was locked up.
On one occasion when M. de Chervillc
thought he had eluded the old dog he
found when in the field that the faithful
creaturo was limping after him, whining
with the pam of moving his old limbs,
but keenly on the alert, as well as his
eyesight wonld cruiit, for game.
Presentlv the master saw the dog
"pointing e.t a partridge. De Chervillc
could not resist the temptation to kill
one more bird for the veteran. lie fired,
the partridge dropped, and the dog, with
the one-quarter of an eve which remained
to him, hunted it out and brought it t,
Bringing the bird at a limping, lum
bering gallop, the dog did what he had
never done before in the field ; he got upon
his hind legs, planted his forcpawsim De
Cherville's shoulders and dropped the
bird on his brear-t. Then the dog fell to
the ground, roiled over two or thre
times anil was tlead. ills last supreme
effort in his master's behalf hud killed
him. Youth's Companion.
Gem rflllTi if Ce Inn.
I was sitting one afternoon on the
beautiful wide veranda of the Galle Face
hotel, Colombo, in Ceylon.
A light hand touched my shoulder, and
a barefooted Cingalese stood before me.
"Would you like to buy some stone.-':
he asked in his ph-asatit voice.
1 lies.1 pet hut rs oi ge;:is arc v
morons in lyV.i an 1 thro:;', -a ;
a nuisance to t!:e traveler. file;
allowed to oi:T
saw one of the
the Oriental i::
that before ::.
the long vera:ii"
observed bv ;b
1 1 was
.sl;og i:. in y Cingalese
ti.rtivi ly r,;i and dov.r
: In see t;i:it he was un
minions of :o hotel.
lie iook irom ieneni:i lus mouse u
bundle of white clcth. which he oi:ned.
displaying about a pint of rubies, car
buncles, moonstones ami cat's eyes. As
1 had nothing to do, I looked through
them, after explaining to the sable mer
chant that I had no intention of buying.
The collection must have been worth
many thousands of dollars, judging by
individual specimens, but apart from his
merchandise the barefooted vender, cos
tume and all, might have lieen assessed
at about 0 shillings. Donahoe's Maga
The artist rested against a tree, and
the blue-gray smoke gently arose from
his pijie and wrapped in its clinging ca
ress the leaves that took its fancv.
He was thinking of his last visit here.
e came Here, and l Dogged mat a
might put her in my picture. She con
sented, and soon it was done. Cut she
was the picture. This beauty was
mere background, bue nad taken pos
session of tho canvas, and all else was
secondary to her there.
"And so it was in my Jile; islio was
all. She had come. Naught else was of
"We never met again. Three Ioujj
years ago. ail l wonder uid sue care a
little? Has she quite forgotten that day?
"Ah, well, at least I see the picture
everywhere. Still I wish it was some
thing other than cigarettes that it adver
tised." L. Brewer in Vogue.
Persia has been described as "consist
ing of two parts one, a desert with salt;
two, a desert without salt. Ihis is
rather an exaggeration, but the general
upiearance of the country is extremely
barren. Where irrigation is carried on
this wilderness is made to "blossom like
a rose." The low houses of Persian
cities are built of imburiied, nnpainted
brick and have no windows on the
strtt. They are usually more inviting
withiu than without. San Francisco
A Church Ornament.
A queer church ornament is a fiddle
and bow weathercock'which swings to
the wind on Great Gomersby church, near
Grantham, England. The church was
the gift of a fiddler, who emigrated' and
grew rich and who insisted on this qufeer
condition. Could aitled pastor of that
church be called a "fiddle D. D.'r New
A Fine Old Fighter.
There is a sort of summer school of
temperance reformers at Point of Pines
in ilassachusetts. and the wittiest and
liveliest ma'! i'l it is General Neal Dow.
General Dow is hi.kis ninetieth year ac
cording to the books, but he has the pug-
uacitr and the gayety of 19. "The rum
selles s are not so many as we are," ho
said in hi:t speech Tuesday, "but they
pull together, while we go like a team of
Kamchatka dogs. lie attacked the vot
ers oc ;.iassacliusctls ami tuo churcn
memlers. "The liquor traffic," he said.
"exists b' the permission of the mem
bership pf the churches." Altogether
he seems to have been in the very best
We wish to compliment General Dot?
upon his condition, not to find fault with
theories which he has honestly bred and
advocated vigorously for so many years.
Here is a man who has always enjoyed
himself and enjoys himself at 1)0. Al
though of Quaker blood, he has always
been a fighter, and his service in the war
was only an incident in a life of soldier
ing. Extreme in opinion, strong of
speecli, he h;-.s been in motion and activity
constantly and has taken labor like an
exercise. Some persons live an inert and
cabbagt-like existence to extreme old age.
The oil l:its long liecause the wick uses
so little. General Dow has always bee::
in the thick of things, and it agrees with
him. New York Sun.
A Lut; Girl s EsDsner.ee in a L tththcaie.
Mr. and Mrs. Loren Treseott are
keepers of the Gov. Lighthouse at
Sand Reach, Mich, and art: blessed
with a daughter, four Years old. Last
April she was taken down with
measles, followed with a dreadful
cough and turning into a fever.
Doctors at home and at Detroit treat
ed nor, inn in vain, sue grew worse
rapidlv, until she was a mere "hamN
fill o- bones." Then she tried
King's New Discovery and after
use of two and a half bottles,
compieteiv cured. I nev sav
King's New Discoverv is worth
weight in gold, vet von mav trv
bottle free at llartz it Ulleniever's.
STRENGTH AND HEALTH.
If vou are not feeling strong and
healthy, try Electric Bitters. If -La
Grippe" has left you weak and weary,
use Electric Bitters. This remedy
acts directlv on liver, stomach ami
kidneys, gently aiding t he-it; organs
to perform their functions. If yon
are afflicted with siek headache, you
will find spoedv and a permanent re
lief bv taking Electric Bitters. One
trial w ill com ince you that this is
the reined v vou need. Large bottles
onlv oic. at Hart, it Ulleniever's.
fU CKLKS S ARNICA SALVE.
The bet salve in the world for cuts.
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum-
Fever sores, tetter, chapped hands.
chilblains, corns, and all skin erup,
tions, and posi lively 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 & Ullemever
Illuming the Dentists.
"Talk about the exports of gold upset
ting our financial system," said the eco
nomic reformer as he bit a crescent out
of a doughnut in a Park row lunch ba
zaar. "It isn't the exporting that is driv
ing our gold out of the treasury. No,
sir. The trouble is with the pluggers
tho high toned tooth pluggers. They are
ramming a cool l.lioo.tHHi worth of gold
awav into the back teeth of the Ameri
can people every year. Tiv.t means just
so much of the yollowmetal lost to trade
and commerce every 12 months lost
completely and irretrievably. This must
le stopped. Lift congress pass a law pro
hibiting the use of gold in filling teeth.
and the monetary pressure will begin to
ease up in no time. When our gold is
drawn awav from us bv business trans
actions with foreign nations, we can get
it back in due time through the natural
processes of trade, but when it is plugged
away in tne cavernous molars or our
purse proud dudes and millionaires it is
locked up so tight that a writ of foreign
attachment couldn t reach it. This busi
ness must stop, or the government will
slump before the next shad season opens.
New York Herald.
The Milk Turned Sour.
I will not tell you her name, lint one of the
neighbors says that durir.s; her brief vis t the oth
er day the milk turned sour, lit r countenance
looks a yard lnnn. She sluhs perpetually. The
cloud om her brow is deep. If beaten out lb:r
belieu' it would cover the sky. Her Miice
doleful, and her eyes sho no ml "mice Her
wrinkles are immli 'riess. she is it sorry jic
ture, an! nil because she is a victim ' one of
those complaints common to women. er system
is deranged. She needs a course of M-lf-ircat
nient w til Dr i ierce's favorite rreieriDtion.
This will eridirn'e thoroughly those excruciat
injr periodical pains and functional wenknetes
incident f hersex. and at the same time t nil 1 up
and juviirorate her whole system bv its health-
imparting oifliit'iiee. A trial bJti'e will convince
When Baby was sick, wo (raw ner castor ia.
When i-iie was a ChiM, s'.ie cried, for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
When she bad CbiMrcn, &he gave them Castor ia.
Children Cry for
Lane's Family Medicine moves th
bowels each dav. Most ieople need
to use it.
ChikJren Cry for
Coughing leads to consumption
Kenip s 15:Wsam will stop the cou
COL. C. YV. DEAN.
SUNSTRUCK IN BATTLE 1
JIl. MILES MEDICAL CO . TCt kti A pt,
Tn ii. I must say the Hestorative Nervine
: ml Nerve and Liver l'ills Lavs tiono ine
I OU YEARS T H.VK NOT FKLT AS
WELL AS NOW.
Tho startinp: point of rr.y disease wns a
si iiMroke received In halt I"? before Tort.
1 1 iulon, Louisiana. June llth, loll. l' to
t'.-.o lime of hrpinniiig to take Ir. Jtlilrs
Hn iieiueaies 1 nati nan a con
lpj tiniial distraotinc nain In uiv
fad; !ilxi, weak spells, ami the past four
avs 1 nave tiail to sive ip evervtlilri
il an active rharaetor, and stay in tlie
house for I m 1" months at
t i m e: vJ Ii I 3 com Id not
wnlls across the street. I K NOW YOI'K
i:ill llli:s HAVE (l llKll MK. and that
Hie cure will be permanent. Several
liero are using your remedies, and all speak
veil of them. Yours trulv.
( Ol. C W. DEAN.
National Military Home, L'aj ton. O.
IK. MILES'NERTTNE Is the most eer-
tin cure for Headache, Neuralgia, N e rv -iiiis
Prostration, lizziness. Spasms, Sleep
Irs-ness, Dullness, Itlues, and Opium
L.abit. Contains no opiates or dangerous druipt.
Sold on m Positive Guarantee.
Dr. MILES' PI LLS.50 Doses 25 Ctb.
A. 0, HUESING
liepreccnts, anion; other time-:ric 1 and well
known Fire Insurance Companies, the following:
Poyal Insurance Company, of England.
Wesche-ter Fire Ilia. Company, of N V.
Hullalo German lr.s. Ci mpany, Buffalo. X. Y".
ltocbester ticmian Ins Co., ivochester, N. Y.
CiUzens Irs Co., of Pittsburg. Ta.
sun Fire tiit-e, lindon.
Vuion Ins. Co., of California.
Security Ins. Co., New Haven. Conn.
Milwaukee Mechanics Ins. Co.. Milwausee.
(jerman Fire Ins. Co., of Peoria, 111.
Office Cor. ISth St. and '1 Ave.
Rock Island, III
THE OLD RELIABLE."
HAYES & CLEAVELAND
He;. rcseati.:t' over 40 .Viiiiou Doilnrs
of Cish a?Hs
ire, Lite. Tornado.
Bonds of Suretyship.
OFFICE Rooiail, Mitchell A Lynde's block
Kock Island, Ills.
Secore our rates: they will inu-rctt you.
J M. BUFORD,
General . .
The old Fire and T:me-tr!cd Compiuiick
Lcsscs Promptly Paid.
Mates as tow as a:iy re'.iaole eompai:y can a Bore
rour I'!:roi,ue '.9 solicited.
jiiT ai. v Ii ti nnt lira 1 S icVi o r-r. ,u
hl( - lr ln .. i ,
, vo-ir viriivinKL inr t,,tt:a nff
rjwl&ui.tlhonid or publicity of a
dt.., Kn.L '
Elinri -i:'nnq not to ftricture.
The Inncrtal American 'Jut.
.S Vnnfactttrea by j-,.
rJho Ztms Chemic.il a-.DS J
V rj!Ei N'
Estate of .i ,
Ttic andersi,,.! fot,
cutrix of the Ia Wi:i "-n ,:,
Winter,, late of ,,;
cf Illinois, decease.' h.ri. 5 "f Hki 1
will aiinesrh,..-.... .-,' ""Ittit,,.-5 '!
'ill annear h, i',,...
the city of Rock is,,!i ' l, :";k "f-,7
the first Monday ta i.V-," U,
...Li... icc.nis ae ,..':
of having the same a i,5' W :
dbtedto.aidette irV'r ;'
metiiate payment t ,.
rMtti this i-u .i . . .
.-. m..,x ii.iv oi , .-.
Uy virtue of an onl.-r a-.1 .1
court, of Kotk l;.n,i ' r'" "'
made on the petition rf ii, -,"'iatt
f, John-ton. aiimiiM-tr ..,.. ,' r-:-'
Rosalie Hartiisttn'. i. i ",' 'lt
the reai i stat of 1 : i.
term, A. I), lvti. of ,:.; ,' ;.!;!" ! '
n the Sill dav of n
on the K'h dav i f , n-...
ho irs of HPo"c!oi-k r v-
in the aftertuxin of ,j , '. r' " '" v
at the north d.K.r of , . ."i ' '' ;
of liock 1-latnl. in s ,i l r.,'. l;
dcsrrlocd as foil.nv-. t .--, ,'. f-
one noun twentr (j i , ai.
Uietas'-lmiri f n i t; .i. .'.
shin seventeen. ilT, i',
of tha Four:!. i,, rl-'- 'V
i iieri-i rum 1 111: 101
wil: Bcirmnin:; si
fortv-two Hit cnniii- m ,". '
south of the snuii-u",-' , r
quarter of said section !ie 1 '
thence south sisiv-tlir , .'. 1
4 minutes e--il t i .;,: -7' 1 :
chains and twentv-r.n:r j.',.' ", . '
thence south tli ft y-: w. . i,.'.r,.,'. ; V,''
ules east (s Mtte-.-rees "5 i r",''''"!j
and fiftv-Llne link- i , io-.vi '
to the east line of said we-t-b i ' J
of said section nine, e.ii c.iv ! ' '
"line and Rok Kiverei-ht i-,, ',
.Ir. iith. i --.iiii . lfn;t
the county of Hock Mi
the following terms, nun,
! or i,,
livery or deed. '
Dated this Sth day of A-n-:;.;, a i.
iii , , -'AMES l!..lKx
JOTICK TO CONTRACTORS.
Scaled proposals wiil he ,,ff:, ,
Clerk's office. Knrk Island J'"l'.
sept. 18th, 1S9J at5oV!n,-k;i rr !-rr
itnprovements ordered l.v ni ,i-c ,. ,"'
ciiy passed February tli", ti.
ordinance for tho cousin:. i ,u ' , '. ":
sewers m ine evi-n!! w-.
Fortv-secoud, Fori, tli:r.i
'1 t -.
and Ita'.lroad averue on :v,h ,,T,
seventh avenue and in a , . :;, ", ,
Brook's addition, in hi rfcs'j; j
park addition, McVasTe-'s ii'.,:;';,.
street addition, and in l!-o.. - i
all in the city of K.a'k l? ei .. : : :
Plans and swcuicati'ir,- nr. :
City Clerk's office.
All bids must be .vcoir.im..,
check in the stun of ; jVi l JV -treasurer
of said e:tv i-: . ...
shall fail to enter into c. i.:r ,
sureties, to exerute the wo:;, f .: :
tinned in his bid.
The city reserves the rijri; :,. n
bids. Kock Ii-land, lr... An- 4 l-e
A. 1). Ill tlN.,.
STATE SAVINGS W
Office Corner Fifteenth street iccTtr.
Succeeds the Moline Savings . ar.ii. ital
5 PerCEXT IXTEEESI .Ailing":
Organised under Stale Lss.
Oec from 9 a. m. to 3 - m.. ar.d w.t-
Saturday nights frootioni
FOBTEH SKtXKEC, - f
H. A. Ainswohth, - - V:t
DI BSCTORS :
Porter Skinner. W. W. Wt...
C. A. Rose, H. A. A:.
Q. H. Edwards. W. IL Aua
Andrew Frlbere, C. F. iietir.
REAL ESTATE L0-
made for private parties in tic f
j, sKt of the west by tti
Orchard State Ik
of OliCHAF.D, SE1JKASKA.
K. W. Dart, President.
J. S. I)T t-"-
Mitchell JS Lynde, Hankers.
J. F. Hobtusou. Casbier Km !.J'
t . C. Cater, v . U.
lenr lJatt's Sens, Wno:i - l,r !t:
t 'orresuondeuce o!.t"
Broadway, Cor. Prinze s:., Nr :
Refitted and renovated umK i s'-!
on the European pun.
itoom rales f 1 a day .inn npnai-i..
Restaurant equal to the bujt ;u tac i
Street cars from all It. lt. sta:..T.s -boat
aud ferry landings pass the dmr
Washes ejvery tiling froma
Bilk handkerchief to a
tent; Lace curtains :i V'ty
No. 1724 TrilU?- H
A. M. & L.J. :FAF.f