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nrn Anatrs, Tuesday, septusiue r 24, idol
ARE YOUR HANDS TIED?
I XI yon
to pire you
In your own biw.
P ;y -a. 3. f t I v
n i m I p rn
-m ft J
how to tmprci.
your (Micitinn a
lite bv takiiis 1 1
We Teach You by Mail.
The International Correspondence Schools,
It's Quality that Counts
In Coal It's quality that makes beak t
quality that retains It. It quality that
trafcc possible eoosumptluo of BO per
cent of the combustible part of Cleav
ing a IlKht. clean ah: lastly. It quality
that UKHens your fuel bills you re not
paying- for dirt, refuse or ubburnatile
The coal we handle both hard and soft
deMrre. ail tbe Rood thlDKS we and
our patrons say for it. A ton will talk
as loudly as a carload.
E. G. FRAZER.
Tom A. Marshall
Loe Distance Lines
'S TCU6RAPH OATCS..
A1. 1... 111.
umbos Jc, Towa.
wiar Kapidn, Iowa.
1mm Mom, Iowa,
leaven port, Inwa.
Farming on. 111.
Fort llxiuon, Iowa.
K Ilk wood. Til.
M Una, ILL
M arithall town, low.
ML rifc-pt. lows.
K-w lltllTl, 111.
J'ew Wlndwr, 111.
Korth Il'mlenon, 111.
n l.l. 111.
I-ort Byron, HI.
Prairie flity, LO.
I'nncev Ulit, lu.
rKx'k l-lan'l, Ui.
Hmn Crek. 111.
Ht. AuffUFUu, III,
Tjlor Kida, 3i.
M.lnut UroTs Ilv
Wh.1 Ihrrty, Iowt.
Wnndhull, 1IL -VountrtowD,
Yale. Cltjr. III.
ASD nF.ALIKO CURE
Easy &nd pleeant to
use. Contains no in
It is quickly ab-
i j cojff mFi7i
;ivs relief at once COLD HEAD
It opens and cleanses the Nasal Passages.
Allays tntlammatlon. Heals and Irotects
the Membrane. Itostorae tbe Senses of Taste
and Smell. Iarpe Size 50 cents at l)mn
gint or by mail. Trial Size 10 eenta by mail
ELY BROTHERS, 54 Warren St. New York
John Volli & Co.,
Builders : : :
ALSO MAftTTjrACTUKZS OF
8a,h, Doors, Blinds and Moulding!;
Veneered and Hard Wood Floor
ing of All Kinds.
OIngle and Double Strength Window
Qlaia. Polished riate, Bovelcd
Plate and Art Glass.
811-329 EIGHTEENTH STUEET,
For Drunkenness an3
Irtase write us.
1 m , , w CoiTPSpondenc
S ( U n ii THE PARENT
.fXTUlUltt W INSTITUTE
'O WIGHT, UO
Ii not a mystery, but a
plain business proposition
when jou buy of a relia
ble firm. The keynote of
our success is value for
value." We give honest
value for every dollar given
us. Our customers are our
best friends, because we
make them such.
We would like to have
you call and see what we
can do for you in the way
of special inducements on a
piano this eek.
Our fall stock of pianos
will soon arrive and we
need room. We are making
prices accordingly. You
will only act iu your own
best interests if you call
this wctk. One of the old
est piano men in this vicin
ity. D. J. H ckey, will
be pleased to show you the
112 West Third Street,
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDJs
wW-i.. rjHIOAQO, ROOK ISLAND A
if t?.. i Paeifle Rail way Tiekau
IT f TlL J eaa be purchased or bagrajrc
"T T checked at City Ticket office.
1 1813 bocond avenue, or C, K.
Nr" L A. P. depov corner Flfta
venae and ftlrty-flrst streek. fraak H. Plum
iner, A (ens.
leaver Limited A Omaha.. .
ft. Worth, Denver A K.O..
roaha and Des Molnea
maba A Linooln Ex. ......
Oca Molnea A Omaha
Oanrer, Lincoln A Omaha.
ea Molnea Express
St. Paul & Mlnnespolls.....
leaver. Ft. Worth A K. C.
Kansas City St Joe A Dnvr
It 8:10 anr
T D.UO IE
t S:0 ajr
t 8:00 am
t 6:5 an
. 3:05 arr
t :1S pne
H0: 40 cm
i 11:50 pa
f 6:30 an
Kook island A Washington
1 1: pa
t 1:20 DIC
JniesKO A les Mo'.nea...
stock Island A Brooklyn AO
lOmaba A Rock Island j
tCblcago, A Davenport..... I
It 2:16 pn
I r:uu pa
ArrlvaL t Departure. xDaUy, except Sun-
Jaily exoe-pt Saturday. All others dally. T
TtUKLXNOTON ROTJTB 0.,
aii. A Q. RAILWATf Depcl
Secoad Avenue and Twen
at. I. TOUMQ,
I LBAVm. I A KBITS
it L. &prlnUld. Peoria.
and SterUntr am
Peoria, Bearostown, Bur
lincton, Denver and
West 'tZ:40 pm
St. L.. Kaa. City. Denver.
and Pacific Coaat via
OaleaburK 7d pm
Sterling and polau Inter-!
mediate t7: pm
Kaot Moline. Suburban r6.& am
St. L.. Denver and west., it
filf, mn &nd Tnibunue..
Davenport and Clinton.
Clinton. Dubuque, La
Crowe, St. Paul, Minn.
A West and N. W I
Telephone It M)
Dally. tDaUy except Sunday.
ST. PAUL raUway D.,
R L A N. W. pasaenger st -Uon
at foot of Seventea h
street. George W. Woo',
agent. The trains for Dt -bu'qne
and points north n a
via Illinois aide of river. Trains for Freepoi t
and Milwaukee will run via Davenport, Clli
toa and Savanna
All trains win connect at Savanna for points
ast and west.
TaAiwa ( lbavb. a amy a
Dubuque and St. Paul
Paanenirer 7:28 am 11:40 am
Accommodation 10:15 am 11:15 as
Dubuque and St. Paul
Pamenirer 4:00 pm 0:15 pm
Milwaukee Express 7:00 am 9:15 pm
rreeport Kxprea. 4: JO pm 11:40 g
All trains dally except Sunday.
BOCK ISLAND PBORIJ
RaUway Depot First ave
sue and Twentieth street, si
A. Patterson, General Pasaeo
rer Agent. Pansenger tralm
leave C R. I. A P. (Mo
line avenue) depot ten (10)
minutes earlier than tuxu
given. E. L. Qoff, Agent.
Peoria, SpilnRfleld, St. U,
Peoria. Springfield, Indian
apolis, Cincinnati, Bloom-;
inirton. at. iouis
Peoria. Icdl.nanolis. Cut'
Cable A Sherrard Acoom..
Cable & Sherrard Acoom..
7 -O0 ana
0 33 pa
Trains marked are daily. AU Others dallj
CAFITAL TEN PERCENTERS.
Corernmrit Clerks tVno Lead tm
Tbelr Fellow Workers.
"I reckon 111 sell my salary this
month," remarked tbe young census
"To whom? asked bis friend.
"Why, to one of tbe ten percenters,
of course," was the reply.
Dialogues such as this are of fre
quent occurrence between government
clerks In Washington toward the end
of the mouth. When n clerk sells his
salary to a ten percenter, he gives the
latter an I O U for the entire salary
due blm on. the following pay day and
receives in exchange IX) per cent of the
amount. Tbe man wLo makes the loan
retains tbe remaining 10 per cent,
whence bis name of ten percenter.
The ten percenter Is said to exist
under one name or another In all of the
great federal department buildings in
Washington. lie is invariably a shrewd
government clerk who has a bit of
money of bis own or has saved bis sal
ary until Its accumulation represents
a tidy little sum. This capital be is
ever ready to lend In sums of from $10
In a majority of the Washington of
fices the laws against usurers are po
rigorously enforced that the ten per
center is unable to transact business
in safety as an individual; be exists
nevertheless under the protecting title
fif a beneficial society. These fake so
cieties should not le confused with
the mutual beneficiary organizations
which bave been established for a
number of years in many of the de
partments, notably the government
printing office, for tbe purpose of aid
ing sick or disabled members and their
families and of burying the dead. The
ten percenters' society never Includes
more thai five or six members. They
Lave their charter and a carefully
drawn constitution and bylaws
Kach member coutributes a certain
amount of money to the funds of the
concern, and the other employees of
the office are quietly informed how
they can be accommodated with a loan
for a small bonus. On the first of every
month the pool divides Its profits.
These organizations are usually short
lived, as they become unpopular when
the business begins to grow large. Tbe
death of one fake association Is rapidly
followed by the birth of a successor,
differing from Its predecessor In name
only, so that the ten percenters are en
abled to ply their trade without much
interruption. New York Sun.
SCRAPS OF SCIENCE.
A scientist who has made a study of
the planet declares that there is enow
on the moon.
There are 2S pounds of blood In the
body of an average grown up person,
and at each pulsation the heart moves
While cyclones and tornadoes are dif
ferent phenomena, the former appear
to give rise to the latter. Tornadoes
almost always break out. if at all. on
the southeasterly outskirts of a cyclone.
A period of 5 seconds between a flash
of lightning and thunder means that
the flash Is a mile distant from tbe ob
server. Thunder has never leen beard
over 15 miles from the flash, though
artillery has been heard 120 miles.
Sir Robeit Ball asserted that every
100 years tbe sun loses 0 miles of Its
diameter. To allay anxiety, however,
he mentioned that the diameter of the
sun is SG0.000 miles and that 40,000
years hence the diameter would 6till
be 858,000 miles.
Wfaen a Man Can See ZOO Miles.
, About 200 miles In every direction is
the distance a man can see when stand
ing, on a clear day, on the ieak of the
highest mountain say, at a beigbt of
2C.CCS feet, or a little over five miles
above the level of the sea. An observer
must be at a height of G.0G7 feet above
sea level to see objects at a distance of
100 miles. The distance In miles at
which an object upon the surface of
tbe earth is visible is equal to the
square root of one and a half times tbe
height of tbe observer In feet above the
Some allowance has to be made for
the effect of atmospheric refraction.
Vut as the refraction varies at differ
t heights and Is affected by the varl
o tes of the weather no precisely
act uate figures for general purposes
can be given. ProUubly one-fourteenth
to one-tenth of the distance given by
the formula would bave to be deduct ed,
owing to the refraction of the atmos
phere. General Lee's Answer.
After the surrender of Appomattox,
General Wise came riding down tbe
road furiously to where General Lee
and his staff were grouped. He was
splashed with mud from head to heels,
and there were great splotches of mud
dried and caked upon bis face. Ad
dressing General lee. be asked in a
theatrical voice, "Is It true. General
Lee. that you have surrendered?"
"Yes. General Wise, it is true."
"I wish. then, to ask you one ques
tion. What is going to lecome of my
brigade. General Lee. and what Is go
ing to become of me?"
General Ie looked at the splashed
warrior for a full minute and then
said calmly and in fl low tone, "Gen
eral Wise, go and wash your face."
Mrs. Enpeck James, you are good on
language. What is the difference be
tween exported and transported?
Mr. Enpeck Why. my dear. If you
Should go to England, you would be
exported, and I well. I would be trans
ported. Sunny South.
The Kongo 13 one of the widest water
ways on tbe globe. If not the finest. In
some parts it is so wide that vessels
may pass one another and yet be out of
- The FrBmssthlp'sf Authors.
Is there really any connection be
tween the cast of a writer's mind and
his handwriting? asks The Pall Mall
Gazette. Thackeray was one of the
neatest of writers and boasted that If
other trades failed he could get his liv
ing by writing the Lord's Prayer on a
shilling. Keats wrote like a clerk, and
Gray, Tom Moore, Leigh Hunt and Sir
Walter Scott all used running hands,
which were legible without any mark
ed characteristics. The same may be
said of the writings of Anthony Trol
lope and Professor Tyndall, none, per
haps, of these writers being much
given to subtlety of expression.
Carlyle, on the other hand, is said to
have produced the most untidy and
awful scribble that ever puzzled a com
positor, and Victor Hugo. Browning
and Tennyson were nearly as bad.
Yet, although this looks as If there
might be some sort of a rule In such
matters, we find Napoleon, who cer
tainly never failed In directness of ex
pression, writing a hand that he could
not read himself, and Macready, the
ector, whose order for tbe theater was
once taken for a prescription for a
One thing seems pretty certain that
the mere size of the letters has little
to do with character.
Ralelarh's Favorite Tipple.
Sir Walter Raleigh seems to have bad
a pretty taste In stimulants, to Judge
by bis "cordial water." the recipe for
which is copied from a cookbook near
ly 300 years old. This Is how Sir Wal
ter concocted bis favorite drink:
"Take a gallon of strawberries and
put them iuto a pint of aqua vifse
(brandy). Let them stand so four or
five days, rtrain them gently out and
sweeten the water as yon please with
fine sugar or else with perfume."
Queen Elizabeth was exceedingly
fond of perfumes, aud. according to
this old book, her favorite scent was
made In this manner: "Take eight
spoonfuls of compound water, the
weight of twopence In fine powdered
sugar aud boil it on hot embers or coals
softly. Add half an ounce of sweet
marjoram, dry It in the sun. the weight
of twopence of pyt.dercd benjamin
(benzoin?). This perfume is very good
and sweet for the time."
Shorts la a Corner.
"Yes," said young Mr. Bashful to his
best girl, "the stock market has been
through considerable excitement of
"Oh, yes," the girl responded, eager to
take part In conversation on a topic
which interested her Adolphus. "I
have read a lot about It lu the paper
all about those dreadful bulls and
bears and things."
"Yes." Adolphus went on; "they got
tbe shorts in a corner and effectually
"I think." the demure maid added,
after a few minutes' meditation, "that
if ever I become a speculator I shall be
a short." .. ..
A few minutes later she found it was
not necessary to speculate In stock In
order to be treated as a "short." ritts
burg Commercial Gazette.
The lemon contains various acids,
citric acid among them, with citrate of
potash, and these acids oxidize in the
blood into carbonates of potash aud
carbonic acid. As scurvy is believed to
be due to a lack of potash salts in the
blood, we see bow substances like lem
ons, potatoes and fresh vegetables gen
erally act as preventives of the ail
ment. Also iu rheumatism, in which
It is desirable to maintain the alkaline
character of the blood, lemons arc of
service. Beyond this I do not think
anybody can vaunt the properties of
the fruit. A healthy person has no
more need of lemons than of, say, tea,
for his ordinary food will supply him
with all that is necessary for the
maintenance of a sound body. People
who talk about lemons as "good for the
liver." and so forth, found their belief
rather on faith than ou knowledge.
The most slnglar circumstance about
Arundel castle Is that Its owner, by
mere right of ownership. Is Earl of
Arundel In the peerage of England. It
is believed that there Is no similar ex
ample of a peerage held on such condi
tions. Apparently there would be no
legal obstacle, were tbe house of How
ard to fall upon evil days and the cas
tle be sold to some millionaire, to pre
vent tbe millionaire taking bis seat In
the bouse of lords as Earl of Arundel.
Indnstrlons Loc lists.
lie was an old sailor and full of
yarns about tbe good old times of sail
ing ships. "I remember once," he
said, "while We were cruising round
tbe Pacific we were surrounded by a
swarm of locusts, which ate every
inch of our sails. When we got Into
tbe next port, I'm blowed If we didn't
see the same locusts and every one
with a pair of canvas trousers."
Different From the Rest.
They are talking about how they
happened to marry.
"I married my wife." said one after
the others had all had tbeir say. "be
cause she was so different from any
woman I bad ever met."
"How was that?" chorused the
"She was the only woman I ever
met who would bave me."
A Hard Character.
He I went to the palmist" s last week
to have my character read.
She Yes? What did he say?
He He didn't say anything. He
looked at my band, coughed a bit and
then gave me my money back. New
If coffee is spilled on linen, tbe stains
can be removed by soaking the part
for 12 hours . in clear cold water to
which a little borax has been added.
After you have washed and ironed
your ribbons draw them swiftly under
the flatirou, holding it ou one edge. Do
this two or three times and your ribbon
will not be stiff, but soft and pliable.
To wash very yellow or grimy things
make an eiuulsiou of kerosene, clear
limewater and turpentine In equal
parts. Shake them together until
creamy, theu add a cupful to a boiler
f ul of clothes and boil for half an hour.
Acetic acid (concentrated vinegar)
will restore colors that have been In
jured by the alkali iu soap or by soda,
ammonia or substances of a similar na
ture. Conversely stains made with
acids, wlch are hostile to some dark
colors, m:' L,v. removed with dissolved
Baca In Vegetables.
People who bave an objection to bugs
In their food need to take much pains
with the cleansing of vegetables, espe
cially succulent plants, such as aspara
gus, greens, lettuce, etc., before cook
ing or serving up raw. If left for
awhile, tips downward. In well salted
water, the plants will drop an interest
ing assortment of discouraged living
creatures on the bottom of the vessel,
aud more may be gathered by carefully
brushing and rinsing the crevices and
hollows of the plants. When cooked,
this animal food may be harmless to
those who like it. but in uncooked sal
ads it is possible to swallow dangerous
germs un:. : s they are knocked out by
the help of antiseptic salt. The same
precautions are coiumeuded to pru
dence and refinement with respect to
fruits. Medical Record.
Depew and Piatt.
Chauncey M. Depew used to have In
his collection of curiosities a certain
telegraphic dispatch which never fail
ed to interest the politicians to whom
I he showed It. The telegram was sent
j to Mr. Depew, then president of the
New York Central railroad, by Mr.
riatt shortly before the latter's elec
tion to a second term in the senate. It
ia dated a few stations above Pough
Leepsie and reads:
Plese stop the noon express liere to take on
Mrs. I'latt auJ Uk Tko.
j "I stopped the train gladly," Mr. De
pew would say when he exhibited it.
"I am always willing to do a favor for
a man who turns a joke ou himself."
Chicago Grain and Produce. '
Chicago, Sept. 23.
5'ollowing were the quotations on the
Board of Trade today:
Open. HiRh. Low. dope,
.tis t .? $ .8S, S .68
... .7"i .71 .70i.4 .;o54
... .748 .7!a .73i .74U
... .56',-i .ilS-lg .oti'i .5S'i
f.S'V .."S's .SSi .o!1
... .tiOV-j .618 -60 .60;8
... .34Ts .3r.i8 .34'i .Sol
... .38', .3i .36V ..W
3S .SS .3SV .3Ss
. . 16.30
. . 9.67'-f
October 8.90 9.00 8.90 8.97'a
January S.47Vi 8.50 8.40 8.45
May 8.50 S.Sri S.42Vi 8-50
Produce: Butter Extra creamery,
20c per lb: extra dairy. 17lSc; packing
stock. 12c. Kggrs Fresh slock. 14Sl5ViO
per doz. Live Poultry Chickans. hens,
9c per lb; springs. 10c; ducks, 7('i,c.
Apples New. Sl.OO(g2.30 per bri. - Pota
toes Per sack. S0fi9jc.
Chicago Live Stock.
' IIors Kstimated receipts for the day,
31,0'W; sales ranp-ed at $5.10 6.33 for
piKS. $6.70rti7.20 for tight. S6.706.83 for
rough packing. J6.75u7.30 for mixed, and
J6.907.40 for heavy packing- and ship
ping lots; bulk of the e-alea at $6.933
Cattle Kstimated receipts for the day
24.000; quotations ranged at $6.10 6.60
for choice to extra steers. $5.45(g6.05 for
gotxl to choice do.. $4.85(i 5.50 for fair to
good do., $1.1511 4. SO common to medium
do., $::.90ig4.40 butchers' steers. $4,400?)
( 6.15 fed western steers. $2.2044.30 shock
ers ana iears. i.-.i .m cows. -.ovyi
5.00 heifers, $2.50rj4.5ii bulls and oxen.
$4.0OW5.25 snags. $3.3nfct 4.85 Texas steers,
$3.75Ci5.40 grass western steers, and $4.30
07.00 veal calves.
Shep and Lambs--Estimated receipts
for the dar, 30.000; quotations ranged
at $3.00(5 3.90 westerns, $2.90 3.90 na
tives. $3.40h4.R3 western lambs, and $3.00
4.fc0 native lambs.
East Itafl'alo IJre Stock.
East Buffalo. X. Y.. Sept. 23.
Dunninar & Stevens. Live Stock Coin
mission Merchants, East Buffalo. X. Y..
' quote as follows-: Cattle Receipts. 190
I cars: market stronger for good to
choice grades: others ail lower: best
steers, $r.9(lS'6.O0; oth-ers. $3.75g5.73: fat
cows, $4.00(!i 4.50: others, firm: canners
to fair. $1.50(fi 3.S0; prime heifers. $4.75
5.00: others. $3.10("g 4.25; bulls. $2.90 4.P0:
mockers and feeders, lOITlc lower: good
fresh cows steady; veals". $5.80'58.00.
Hogs Receipts. 75 cars: market s-teady
to strong: best heavy. $7.35S7.40: York
ers. $7.10U7.3t; pigs. $6.70ih6.R0; grassers
and Michigan hogs. $7.00rfi 7.20; roughs.
$.25(jr6.60: stags. $o.!o"53.75. .Sheep and
Damhs Receipts. 62 cars: market
pteady: top lambs, $3. 235i 5.40; others
$4.00(g5.15: sheep. $1.5O(?i4.00; wethers
and yearlings. $4.C0?4.23.
St. Louis Grain.
St. Ixjuis, Sept. 23.
Wheat Finr.: Xo. 2 red cash eleva
tor, 70'ic; track. 71-i(972c: September,
70Vc: December. 71"nc: May, 753c: Xo.
2 hard. 69c. Corn Higher: Xo. 2 cash,
69Vsc: track. 5939Vic; September. 59c;
December. 59Tc: May. 61c Oats
Higher; Xo. 2 cash. 37Uc; track. 374
S8e: September. 37V4c; December. 38Vc;
May. 404O3fcc: Xo. 2 white, 39V39Yc
Rye Firm; 58c.
Hay Timothy, $14; prairie, $12.
Ooal $3 per ton.
Potatoes i yy.
Butter Choice to fair, 17c; fresh creamery,
Heo V4C per pound
Spring Ch onent Ii60$3 per cozn.
OvtOe Butchers pay for corn fed steers
4irrc; cow. and heifers, S)4,c4c; calves,
Sp,ing lAHitxt-tu 50Q14 a head.
Hogs tu,K 50.
THE CIGAR OF
with a flavor equaling "three-for-a-half'
unblended goods not an
empty claim, but a guaranteed
fact not a mere novelty, but a
You will find them the richest,
smoothest and finest goods you
ever smoked (REGARDLESS OP
HERE IS A
SMOKE AT 5 CENTS
that is as gratifying and fine as the
costliest cigar any millionaire can
buy. ISN'T IT WORTH TESTING?
Get a Quarter's Worth
And learn the real satisfaction
of smoking them.
McNEVIN & GANSERT, Distributors. T
WE CURE WHEN OTHERS FAIL
Nervous and Private
of Both Sexes.
Our Xleotrio Machine for
the treatment of Nervous
and X-Bay work.
NEBVODS DEBIT IT r, Exhaustive drams, Sleep.essness, Threatened Inaaa
lty, Weak Memcry, Mental Delusions, or any other condition due to nervous extsuitlca
positively cured. .
CATARRH, Dyspepsia, Asthma, Bheumatism, Scrofula, Blood, Kidney, Llvei
and Skin Diseases esn be quickly and permanently cured by our advanced system ot teed!
VABJCOCELE is the meat active cause of Nervous Debility. Why treal
raocthi with others when we guarantee you a permanent eura In seven days by oar palnlss
n-icthoda. Hydrocele cured In three days no pain. . WT
WOMEN suffering from diseases peculiar to their sex should consult os. W
have cured many cases given up as hopeless, and we may be able to cure you. Surgleal
operations performed at your tome If desired. Abdominal and brain surgery a specialty.
THE QUESTION OF YOUR HEALTH is a vital one therefore you cannol
afford to place your ease In the hands of those who bave had little or no practical exper
ience In tbe treatment of chronic diseases.
DB. WALSH'S large private practice and extensive experience as surgeon-In-ehlef
of St. Anthony's Hospital together with the fact that he has cured hundreds who
were pronounced Incurable by others during tne five years he has been located In Daven
port, proves onoluslrely that he la the physician you should consult If you want to tat
Best of referenoe and credentials
Only Curable Cases Taken. 32ZSES!yl. im
Heari, lllllB,lto8 and I to S p. an. '.Sunday 11:30 to 1:30 p. m fclTf
Office 124 West Third Street M'Cullonzh Building. Davenpevt, x
Relative amount of fuel consumed to warm
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Fire Insurance Agency,
American Ins. V., Newark, N. J.
Traders Ins. Co., - Chicago, 111
Union Ins. Co. Philadelphia, Pa
Reckford Ins. Co. - - Bockford, 111
Security Ins, Co. - New Haven, Conn
Ins. Co. State of 111., Bockford, ni
Office. Room 8, Buford block. Rates
aa low aa consistent with security
J. M. Buford,
The old firs and
Losses Promptly Paid.
-Rates as low as an
can adord. ' Voui
Da J. S. WALSH.
Formerly of Chicago, s
Surgeon-ln-Chlef of St
Anthony 'a hospital.
9 room house
ChattttOll PCTTy CO I
Half Rates to'
Big Four Route
ON ACCOUNT OK
Sovereign Grand Lodge,
I. 0. 0. F.
SEPT. 16TH TO 21ST, 1901.
Bound trip tickets to Indianapolis,
Ind., will be on sale from all "D j
Four" points on September 13, 14 and
15, 1001, (also on September 16th
from points within a radius of 100
miles from Indianapolis,) at rate of
one fare for round trip.
Tickets good for retnrn until Sep
tember 23rd, 1901.
For full Information and particulars as to
rates, tickets, limits, etc, ead on agents
-Big Four Route" or address the undersigned.
WARREN 3. LYNCH, . W. V DEPPE,
Gen. Pass. ATkt. Agt Asst. 6. P. AT. A.