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THE AllGU IS. Tl! ES DA X, DECEMBER SSO, 1892,
rtblahed DUy and Weekly U 1SS4 Seeoud
ATeane. Kock Island, H..
j. W-Potter. - Publisher.
Ma Daily 60c per month; Weakly .
Htiaom; an adTence $1.80.
Al eommnntcation. of a eritlcal or iwoimm-
IPVIIUffMltit I i kiv w . ,
m name attached for pabl'eaMon. No M
aitMknwUlbeprtntedoTer flotations algnatnraa.
Drrpndenrc solicited from erery township
Tuesday, Deckmbeb 20. 1893
Ottawa. III., is the firm place in
shm alii was discovered. It
was ia the year of 1669 that the mission
ary, Father Hennepin, after which the
town from which the great canal takes
its name was named, while journeying
through the country, made the discovery.
St. Louis Republic: Got. Fifer has
spread a feaet in the Illinois executive
mansion, to which he invited all of the
retirine state officers. "Eat, drink and
be merry, forUmorrowyoudie.' It was
a ereat battle, and, truth to tell. Uov
Fifer bore himself in it as a leader of his
Bi-Bbhatob Ikiaixs, in a recent in
Urriew, savs: "The wayfaring msn
e'en tboueh a fool, can read the meaning
of the election returns this year. The
onntrv has asked for a revenue tana
Xotwitbstandlng that I believe the effect
of the policy indorsed at the polls will be
detrimental, I say that inasmuch as the
people have asked for an object-lesson
01 the subject of the tariff let them have
it. I have studied the matter to some
extent and believe that protection is the
proper policy. Still it may be that we
have progressed enough in the mechanic
arts and in other directions to be ready
to discard that policy. I do not kno w ; I
am readv to learn. There are some
things about the McKinley bill that I do
not approve. The people, as a whole,
teem to be very much displeased with it.
Let ns have something different."
Tn official canvass of tbe vote of New
York on presidential electors shows tbe
Democratic highest John Lang,
139 908; democratic lowest Richard
Repuolicta highest Frederick P.
Morris, 609 459; republican lowest
Pul Tucke man, 609 52.
Prohibition night-st 3. W. Mason,
38.193; Prohibition lowest Daniel B.
Socialistic Libor highest Smucl
JaeobsMon, 17 938; socialistic labor low
eel Ersstus Pellerz. 17 9"3.
People's tiii(beMt 16 430; people's
lowest 16 420.
Tbe b'mhcHl democratic elector receives
(0.449 more votes than the highest re
Thbiik is some vers attractive verse in
tbe Hew Ealacd Magaaine for Decem
ber. P. McArthur odc .f the cleverest
and best known contributors to Li e,
Puck, Judge and other leading pictorial
weeklies, contributes a piece of delicate
verse, "A Refrain." John White Chad
wick writes a toncbing sonnet called "A
Thought cf Whittier." Robert Loveman
has "In Lighter Vein," and J. Torrey
Connor gives a new thought in "Novem
ker." The "Twice a Week" St. Louis Re-
public has lei the fight for tariff res
form, and stands without a rival as the
leading and representative democratic
ewepapsr of tbe country. Everybody
beuid subscribe for it now, and get all
the newe during the closing months of
the republican administration, as well as
after the inauguration of Cleveland and
Stevenson, wnen the democratic party
will be in full control of tbe national
government. It is a great semi-weekly
paper, issued each Tuesday and Friday
fourteen to sixteen pages every week
for only one dollar a year tbe price of
a weekly. An extra copy free to tbe
leader of each club of four new sub
aeribers, witu tour dollars.
The Christmas number of that excel'
lent little New Tork publication. The
Dell's Dressmaker, is full of bright stor
ies and pictures whico instruct and
amuse its little women readers. A year's
subscription for this entertainin ly use
fol monthly placed in the Christma
stocking of any little m m who loves
dolls, will furnish more genuine pleasure
than the giver can begin to realize. The
low price ($1.00) places tbe magazine
Within the reach of all. Our locti news
dealers onght to have it, but you can get
ft specimen copy by addressing the pub
lisher, Jennie Wren. 85 East Seventy
Mventh street. New York City.
Tae editor of tbe Review of Reviews
has contribute 1 to his December number
aa article o physical culture at Welles
ley college. Ii takes verv advanced
grounds as to the duty of . very college
ior young wemoo in the direction of sun-
Pbing complete facilities for the care of
we health of students and for tbe devel
epmeat of their physical strength. Some
extremely loterea In steps in advance
have lately beta taken at Welleslev. and
these are fully described. The m.st In
terest ng part of the article, however, are
the giaphic tables with which it is fully
illustrated, and which show what 40
freshtaen have been able to accomplish
under regular gymnasium instruction
durin six months in respect to the in
crewit of the girth, depth and strength
of chest, tbe capacity of lungs the
breadth of shoulers, tbe strength of
back snd the strength of other muscles.
It is i.n article which will certainly have
its wtight in the educational world, and
wblct. can but educate parents who have
daughters to educate.
On onr book table we find a number of
recen: publications from tbe New Tork
house of Dodd, Mead & Ho., through the
courti'8? of R. Crampton & Co. They
indue e Robert Morris, by Wil'iam Gra
ham Mumner. proTetsor of political aDd
social science in Yale university; Muriel
Howe, by Angelina Teal; Jean Baptists
Le Moyne, SieurDe Bienville, by Aeorge
King, all of the "Makers of Ameiiia'
series: r Essays in Literary Interpretation
by Hamilton Wright Mabie; Mr. Dodd's
School by James L Ford, all veiy inter
esting and instructive and worthy of pe
rcSil and study.
To Take Out Ink Quickly.
Cleiks and others who write In their
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stain is allowed to remain until the gar
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Democrat. otker's friend.
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f pills, w
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OS Comer Fifteenth street and Third Ave.
Sseeesds the afolioe Sartnn Banc. Orranlaed ISM
5 Utm MTIKST . AID 6H DKP0SIT3.
Organised aader State Laws.
Opsa from S a a. ot - 0 and Wesneeday and
Saturday nights fromT to Spat
Pserrssi Sxixjiir. - . President
H. A. AniswosTH, - Tte-Presldeat
i. F. HsHsrwaT, ... vaahier
Porter Skinner. W.W. Wells,
O. A. Rose, H. A. Alnswortb,
O. H. Edwards ' W. H. Adams.
Asdrew Fnberg-, o. F. Uomenway,
REAL ESTATE LOANS
made for private parties in the garden
aj)Ot of the west by the
Orchard State Bank
of OKCIIARD, NEBRASKA .
E. W. Part, Tref iaenU
J. S. Dart; Ca.-hh t.
Wilehell 4 L-ndc. Bankers
J. F. luitimwm. Cashier hock Island National
C. C. Carter, V. D.
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CHICAGO. ROCh ISLAND i A- riC UAIL
way Depot eornet Klfth iveiioe and Thirty
lrt street. Frank H. Plnmmer, agent.
i hAlf-. tKAST. tWsar,
Conreil Blaffs A Minneso-1
ta Day Bxprese ( il :0S am 4:41 em
nansas t ity Day Express. . 0:37 pm 640 am
Washington Kxpreea ... xu pm pm
Conncii lnffs dV Hmneso- i
ia -rest ( 7:40 am T:95 pm
Omaha and Denver Yerti-1
bale hxpress 1 1 t.44 am :56 am
K n,Mt- nf Limited i 4:44 am 11;10 pm
Stnart Rock Island Kxpres- 6:40 pm Srflam
'Dally. tQoing east, ynnK .ei.
BUiiUNOTON RoUTB-O., B. St H. RAIL
way Depot First avenue and Blxteenth at.
M.J. Yonng, agent.
BU Lodip K sprees o 40 anri 6:40 am
tit. Loau Sxprees 7 :S7 pro 7 .;-7 pm
St. Panl Bxpreas 6:45pn. 7 o) am
tteardstown Passenger 8 :5H pm 10:86 am
Way FrelBht (Monmontb)... 8:00 an. 1:50 pm
Sterling ''seneer 7:65 an. 8 :40 pm
Btl Paol Express 6 SO irn 8-45 pm
Sterling Freight 11 :20 am 10 :80 am
CHICAGO, MU.WAUKBS A ST. PAUL KA1L
way Racine A Honthweetern Division De
pot Twentieth street, between First and Second
svenne, g. D. W. Holmes. agent.
Mail and Bxpreae
8t. Panl Bxpres.... ...
Ft. A Accommodation.
1 :4J n.
ROCK INLAND PRORIA RAILWAY DB
pot First avenne and Twentieth street. P.
H. KocKweii Agent.
Fast Mali Bxpress
0ole Accommodation . . . .
4 :00 pm I
T :f pm
1 :6 Dm
MOST DCBXCT BOCTX TO TBB
Fiast. South and Southeast.
P. Reck Island.
' Oastnrids ...
St. Loni. ... ....
s :u pm
4 -OC pm
6 :68 pm
1 .m am
T :S1I r.m
S 67 pm
4 AS pa
V :16 pm
10 40 pB
7 10 am
Lv. Peoria 110:10 ami 8:80pm
Ar. Rock Island I:9fpm 7:05 pm
Accommoaatior. trains leave Rork ie and at
8. -CO a. m. and 6.20 p. m; arrive at Peoria 8:60 p.
m. and 1 :1S a. m. I eave Pecuia 8:00 a. m. and
7 :15 p. m; arrive Rock Ixland 4 :00 p. m. aad 1 :S8
All trains rnn daily except Snndsy.
All panse ger traina arrive and depart Cnion
Free Ctiaircaron Fatt Expresa between Rock
lx'ond and Peoria, bott directions.
Tnrongh ticket 10 all points; bageaee checked
'-broui;h to desiination
: Accom. Accom.
Lv. R.ioi 1 lanS 9.10 am 4.00 pm
Ait. Keyoo d? ilO Ai am 8.08 pm
" j 11.00 am 5.40 pm
Lv. .ri, 6.20 sm IS J Opm
Ar. Keviold? 7.t an.1 1.4S pm
" R'c I Island 7.88 am S.Ofi pm
Q. 8. 8C'DLOV?, u.. -TtKIKHOUsB
Saoor;n.endent. Tkt. Airei
UN JCCUMNTCD WITH THE QC00RAPHT 0FTHII COUNTRY WSJ. 06TUS
KKH VM JA31E MFORMATKm FROM A STUOT OF THIS HAP Of THI
CiiiCLi0, Boci Islani & Pacific By,
Th. Direct Root to aad from Chicago, Jollet, Ottawa,
Peoria, La Salle. Molina, Rock Island, In ILLINOIS!
Davenport, Muscatine, Ottounra, Gekalocea, Da.
Molnea, Wlntenet, Audubon, Harlan and Council
Blu0, in IOWA ; Minneapolis and St. Paul, In MIK
KESOTA; Watertown aad Sioux Falls, In DAKOTA i
Cameron, St. Joseph and Kanaaa City, la MISSOURI
Omaha, Lincoln, Fairbury and Kelaon, in NEBRASKA;
AtchiKm, Leavenworth, Hortoo, Topeka, Hutchinson
Wichita, Belleville, Abilene. Dodge City. Caldwell, fas
KANSAS; Kingfisher, El Reno and Vinco, In INDIAN
TERRITORY; DenTer, Colorado Spring, and Pueblo.
In COLORADO. Traverses saw areas of rich arming
and gracing lands, affording th. best facilities of Inter
communication to all town, and dtles aaat and west,
northwest and son (fewest of Chicago aad to Pacific and
, ' . MAOmTTCENT
- VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS
Leading all competitors m splendor of equipment,
between CHICAGO and DBS MOINES. COUNCIL
BLUFFS and OMAHA, and between CHICAGO and
DENVER. COLORADO SPRINGS and PUEBLO, vl.
KANSAS CTTT and TOPEKA and via ST. JOSEPH
First-Class Day Coaches, FREI RECLINING CHAIB
CARS, and Palac. Bleapers, with Dining Car Service
C loss connection, at Denver aad Colorado Spring, with
diverging railway Unas, now forming th. new and
TRANS-ROCKY MOUNTAIN ROUTE
Over ,hfch (uperbly-sxrulppsd train, raa dally
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE to aad from Sell
Lai CHy, OgdoB and Saa raetese. THE ROCK
ISLAND Is also the Direct ana Favorite Line to and
from Hanltoa, PTkVs Peak aad all other sanitary and
scenic rssnrUand due. and mining districts ia Cutorade
DAILY FAST EXPRESS TRAINS
From St Joseph and Kansas City te aad from all toy
mrtant town, cities and sections In Southern Nebraska
vanesr aad the Tnduui Twrltory Also via ALBERT
- BCCTE rmro Katies. City and Chicago to Water
own. Sioux Falls. MINNEAPOLIS ana Bl. AUL
onnMTiong for all point, north aad north wast hst.we
he lakes am the Padnc Coast,
For Tickeu Maps, Folders, or dertied tnfbrmatuc
jiply to any Coupon Ticket Otflce la U United states
L ST. JOHN,
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Tte where tl?eySen" y
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FALL STOCK 01 Suitings and Overcoa inge:
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Ail telephono orders promptly filled . Telephone N. 1103. 1700 Third Att.
First-class Hotel and Restaurant, Market; Square,
back of Thomas' drugstore.
LUNCH COUNTER IN CONNECTION.
3FGood Kooms by day or night.
WM. GLASS, Proprietor
J. mk CHRISTY.
mmmm of crackers ii a
A!k Tonr Orocer for Them.
TEf v trc Btr.
The Cbritty "Otbtkb" aid Chric.y "Tira.
1803 Second Avenne.
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor emd Builder,
Office and Shop Corner SeTenteenth 81. . . "R.lr Tdon
and Seventh Avenne, IvOCK ISiaiH-
BJsfA.ll kinds of carpenter work lyeclsUtT. Plan, and iitlmtUi for all kind, of balldlcp
fnralsh.'i on application.
It now lucated in hit new thop, -
At 324 Seventeenth Street
Cr-TJght tboet a (DNlalty. Oypotlu tb. Ol(3 Mt-
Ihar. jast raoelred and ollarat nr aa I popa'ar pn -es fia UrTatttai bet selecteJ uepjft
oUdaj goods f bar. .roreililblied M Maortna.at eonprlM. eTerythlnz .a uble f jr 'Br'"1'n h.J3
nt. tha liMt lia.of Plash aod Laatbar fa ior articlus. Torf eve-f da-writioa
d sleds. A wall Ml acted stock ot Dcrcoraied Chloaware, Coiu and Bisque dulls. Will M"
aod smpply of tr.es and oraamentn.
WRS. C. EIITSCB'S. 1314 Tfci'd Avf,
SE1YEBS & ANDERSON,
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
All Kinds ol Carpenter Work Done.
-General )obUng done on short notice aad aauai action gaaranteed.-
Oletlaml Skra 71 TweOftli Street.