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THE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1893!?
THE TBATPJatS gODE
CHICaHO, kocs island a pacific kail
way Depot'eornet Fifth avenue and Thirty
fist street. Frank H. Ploinmer, agent.
oooncu Blulls a, Minneso-7
ta Day Express (
Kanaa City Day Express. . .
Omaha and Denver Vesti-1
Kansas City Limited . ...
Stuart-Rock Island Express
St Paal and Minneapolis....
Kansas City and 8t . Joe
Des Moines, Omaha & Lin-1
1:05 am 4:45 am
MM pmi 8:11 pm
! 7:45 am 7:5pm
3 .45 am 3:i0 am
4 :50 am 11 :05 pm
5:30 pm 9:00 am
6:17 am 8 :05 pm
6:40 am 8:35 pm
DaUv. tQainseast. tOoine. west. A Poll
man sleeping- car is sidetracked at Davenport
and taken to Chicago daily by this train. This
car Is reads for occupancy at p. m. for reser
vation ef berths, ticket, etc., telephone 1093
Rock Island, or apply at depot.
F. H.Plcbiibb, AgU
L. M. Alls. Gn. Ag-t. Pass. Dept. Davenport.
BURLINGTON ROUTE-C B. i. RAIL
way Depot First avenoe and Sixteenth si
X.J. Toons, scent.
t, Lo.i" Express ,
3L Lcnl Bxpress .....
M. Paol Express
.. 1:40 pm
I 7:40 pa
1:55 a -a
flHICAGO, MILWAUKEE ST. PAUL RAIL
S way Racine Southwestern Division De
pot Twentieth street, between First and Second
avenoe. B. D. W. Holmes, agent.
""7:00 a-, 730 pm
4:40 pm 11:45 am
7 :45 n 6 01 pre
Mail and Bxpres
St. Paol Bxpress
ROCK "8 LAND PEORIA RAILWAY DB
pot First avenoe and Twentieth street. F.
B. Rockwell, Agent.
Fast Mail Bxpress
8:06 am 7:06 pm
t:0pm 1:26 pm
8:10 am- 3 0) pm
4:00vm Sroft are
BURLINGTON, CEDAR RAPIDS NORTH
era railway, depot foot of Brady street.Dav
enport. J.E.Hannecan, Geo.T'kt ft Pass.Aaent.
bVOO am!bll:15 pm
Leave West Davenport.
West Libertv Train
Passenger ; h7:x5sm bl0:85pm
" . al0:3) pm a4-5Uan
" ; a6 45 am ;
Freight bl :15 pm ! bS:0Oam
09:15 cm j bl :15pm
I hll :50am
aDaily. hDilly except Sunday. Going north.
GoiEg South and east
MOST DIRBCT BO OTB TO THB
East, South and Southeast
bast bo turn.
L. Rock Island 8:0b am 8:90 pm
, Ar. Orion 8 :45 am 8 :04 pm
1 Cambridge 8:08 am 8:27 pm
: Galya 8:36 am 8:57 pm
i Wyoming- 10:11am 4:38 pm
j PrlnceviUe 10:80 am 4 pm
Peoria 11 :15 am 6:40 pm
) Bloomlngton 1:15 pm 8:15 pm
Springfield 8:40 pm 10:80 pm
Jacksonville 4'0Cpm 1206 n't
Decatar.... ,8:50 pm 10:00pm
Danville I 8:50pm 18:10 am
Indianapolis 6:55 pm 8:85 am
Terre Uaata ! 7:10 pm 10:00 am
Bvansville 1:20 am 7:85am
St. Louis 7:80 pm 7:40 an
' Cincinnati 11:00 pm 7:10 n't
i Lonlsvilie '
i Lv.Peoria ,10:10am 3:50pm
i Ar. Rock ticd I 1 :25 pm' 7:05 pm
Accommodation trains leave Rock Island at
6:00 a. m. and U.20 p. m; arrive at Peoria 8:50 p.
tn. and 1 :1S a. m. Leave Peojia 8:00 a. m. and
7 :15 p. m; arrive Rock Island 4:00 p. m. and 1:85
All trains ran dallv excent Sundat.
All passenger trains arrive and depart Union
Free Cnairci.'on Fast Express between Rock
laiond and Peoria, bntn directions.
Through tickets to all points; baggage cnecked
through to destination.
Lv. R-Kk Island H.ln am 4.00 pm
Ait. Reynolds.... 10.:) am 6.06 pm
" CaV.e 11.00 am 5.40 pra
Lv. Casle i 6.20 am 18.50 pm
Ar. Reynolds T.rtfl am 1.45 pm
' Hock Isiand ... 7.55 am 8.00 pm
H. B.SUDLOW, TOCKHOreE
HnnnrTHendwnt. Titt. kant t
Great Rock Island Route
TO THE HAST.
Best Dining Car Service in the World
xae lioeK isianu is loremost in
adoptin"- any advantage calculated
to improve speed and rive that lux
ury, safety and comfort that popular
patronage demands, its equipment
m tnorougiily complete with vesti
buled trains, magnificent dininjr
cars, sleepers and chair coaches, all
the most elegant, and of recently im
Faithful and capable management
and polite, honest service from em
ployes are important items.- They
ire a double duty to the company
and to travelers and it is sometimes
a task difficult of accomplishment.
Passengers on this line will find little
cause for complaint on that ground
The Great Rock Island Itoute runs all
regular trains to Englewood subur
ban station, close to World's Fair
j.viu.ids, and vou can save time and
vio.ble by getting off at that point
inrt avoid the crowd in tne citv.
For full particulars as to tickets,
maps, rates, apply to any coupon
ticket office in the United States,
Canada or Mexico, or address:
Gcirl Tkt. & Tass. Agt., Chicago,' III.
. St John, Gen'l Mgr. Chicago 111.
THAT MAKES GOOD BLOOD
wm completely ensure the blond fn yom system
in three months' U ne. and send new, rich oiood
conning through yo ir veins. If yoo feel exhausted
and nervous, are getting thin and all run down.
Gllmore's Aromatic iffine, which Is a tonle and not
a beverage, will rat are yon to health and strength.
Mothers, use It for yoor daughters. It Is the best
regulator and eorrecor for ail ailments peculiar to
woman. It enriehex the Mood and gives lasting
strength. It Is guaranteed to cure Diarrhoea, Dys
eatery, and all Stunner Complaints, and keep VM
Sold by all drogglits for 81 per bottle.
ook's Cotton Root
recent discovery by an old
physician. Success fully used
monthly by thousands of ta
llies. Is the only perfectly
nafe and reliable medicine
discovered. Beware of an
nrinciDled druroista who of
fer inferior medicim-s in place of this. Ask for
Cook's Cottoh Root Conrouie, take no subst 1
tote, or inclose 61 and 8 cents in postage in letter,
and we will send, sealed, by return mail Fall
sealed particulars in plain envelope, to ladies
only, t stamps. Adilrese
POMD LILLt OCa PANT,
So. 8 F.sber Block, Detrot. Mich.
Sold In Bock Islaid by Marshall ft Fishei. Pa
per Boose, Harts A liannsea 80th street and 8a
ave-. and drogeists everywhere.
ATTOKNET AT LAW-Offlce ia Mitchell
Lynde's new blnc.
JAl KS0S A HURST,
TTOKKBTb AT LAW. Office In Bock Isla
O. National Bank Bo lding.Rock Island. 111.
o. kwbbnst. o. i waaaaa
I rTOKN'EYS AND COUNSELLORS AT La
LOmce in Ben-ston s block. Rock Island, Hi.
McEMRf t HeEMBT,
jTTitRSEY'b AT AW Loan money on ifoo.
A security, make col ections. Reference. Mitch
ell Lynde. bankers Offloe in Postoffice hloca
S. W. UDELL,
1 TTORN'EY AT LA W Formerly of Port Byron.
1 and during the pan two years with the Arm of
trownlng A Entriken at Moline, has now opened
m office in the Auditorium buiidlrg, room 5, at
C. i. Skaaxk. s. W. Siaaxa.
SEARLE & SEARLE.
I TTORSEtS and C ounsellors at Law and So
Alienors In Cbanoerr: offlce Btford'a block,
R. M. PEARCE,
aoom S3 in Mitchell A Lynde's new block
DR. J. E. HAWTHORNE
Teeth extracted without pain by the new
No 1718 Second avenue, over Krell Math's.
3RS, BICKEL & SCHOEMAKER
Mitchel" &. Lynde's Block. Rooms 29-81
(Tat e Elevator)
Edwabo L. BAKvari. Culbk n. Bufobd.
HAMMATT & BUFORD.
ARCHITECTS, Rocl: Island, m. Office Room
41, Mitchell & Lyade building.
GEO. P. STATJDTJHAR
Flans and superintendence for all'class ol
Rooms 53 and 55, Mitcicll & Lynde building
DR. W. W. ADAMS,
Physician and Surgeon.
Special attention givin to diseases of the Eye
Office and residence 112 Twentieth street.
Office hours: 10 to 2-2 a. ., 2 to 4 and 7 to 8
P. . Telephone No. : 809.
PtLysician and Surgeon,
1134 Ti ikd Ave.,
Telephone 1270. Rock Island, III.
Office Hours : 10 a. it. to 12 m., 1 to S p. m. and
J, R, Hollowbosh, M, D , Geo, E, Earth, M, D.
drs. barth &: hollowbush
Physicians and 8urgkonb,
- Office 409 23rd st . Telephone 1085
Residence 7S1 li st St. H88
omc s an eras :
Dr. Barth Dr. Hollowbnsh
to 10 a, m, I 10 to 12 a, m,
1 to 8 and 7 too p.m. 1 to 5 and 7 to 8 p.m.
DR. CHAR. M. ROEINSON
Eye, Ear, Ncse and Throat
Office HcColloogh I nilding, 184 W. 3d St.
Hours: 8 to 11 am: 1 to 4 Dm.
J. F. Hraaa, M. D. Obo. W. Wnius, M. D.
DRS. MYERS & WHEELER,
atrcpy aad uias)esi ar Waaneai
Office over Krell ft M ith'e. Telephone 1148.
bb. itiii. i sb. whislek.
13 to 12 a. m. 1 8 to 10 a. m.
8 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. 1 1 to Sand 1 to t p. m
Use. telephone U00. I Kea. telephone, U80.
ONE OF TOM CORWIN'S PRANKS.
How He Bid Ills Sister or the Attentions
of an Obnoxious Suitor.
According to an old copy of the Louis
ville Courier-Journal, Tom Corwin of Ohio
in his younger days used to tell the follow
In early life so early that I cannot re
member the removal my father pulled up
stakes, and carrying with him the house
hold goods went from Bourbon county,
Ky., where I was born, to Ohio. Notwith
standing a rough and tumble struggle with
the world, I had a hard time to get on
owing to a numerous and rapidly increas
ing family. Well, family matters had not
much improved when I reached my thir
teenth or fourteenth year!
At this time there lived in the neighbor
hood a youjpg man named Pickering. He
had inherited a well stocked farm, was
good looking and made a strong profession;
of religion. This latter qualification cansed
him to find peculiar favor tn the eyes of my
fattier, who always was blinded by profes
sions of extra piety.
This fellow had a strong hankering after
one of my sisters, who was a very pretty
girl. To her he was peculiarly distasteful.
She always seemed annoyed at his pres
ence. Yet he was ever at ber side. She
dared not dismiss fatm entirely for fear of
the paternal anger. Things went on this
way for a year or two, and as I partook
largely of my sister's hatred of him I re
solved to get rid of him in some way. I cast
about some time for a plan, but nothing
gave me the slightest hope of being suc
cessful. At last, returning home late one summer
night from the mill, I found the family at
their nightly devotions. Passing by the
windows of the room in which they were
assembled, I saw that Pickering was there,
and pretty soon discovered that he was
nodding, and Anally his head dropped.
Xow was my opportunity. I stole slyly into
the hall, sod reaching the hall door, which
was slightly ajar and close by which Pick
ering was "on bended knee," I reached
in and quickly pulling his chair from under
him, he rolled heavily, as a sound sleeper
would, upon the floor. The noise alarmed
alL The old gentleman stopped in the
midst of his almost interminable prayer
and saw the position of Pickering. All the
family laughed outright; even my mother
Pickering endeavored to pick himself up
as rapidly as possible, but he had touched
the old man upon his tender point. It was
evident, from his rubbing his eyes, that he
had slept under the old gentleman's minis
trations, and had not my father a reputa
tion far And wide for the strength and
fervency of his ministrations, and was not
Pickering his professing brother? Slowly,
yet most dignifiedly, did the old gentleman
approach him. "Begone, hypocrite:'' he
cried in thundering tones. "Never enter
my house again."
Pickering was thunderstruck. He felt
that he could make no apology which
would not add to the insult. He had no
suspicion of the extra force which had aided
him in his falL He at once found his hat,
took up his line of march, and completely
crestfallen passed by me as I stood in the
shadow of the porch. '
At a suitable time I entered and got my
supper, was told by my brother in hurried
whispers what had happened, and then I
stole off to bed, affecting ignorance, and
laughing most heartily as I ensconced my
self between the sheets at the complete suc
cess of my plan. Next day I cautiously im
parted my secret to my sister. She was in
her own room at the time, and threw her
self upon the bed and rolled in agonies and
convulsions of laughter. She had been
emancipated forever from an obnoxious
lover. The old gentleman did not hear the
real state of the facts for fully 20 years, but
when he did he laughed heartily.
The Real Inventor of the Bicycle.
"The popular belief is that the bicycle is
a modern invention, when in fact it really
dates back to the seventeenth century,"
said Dr. T. C. Minor. "I learned this one
day when I was making some translations
from The Journal de Medicine de Paris.
Ozaram in 1694 in his 'Mathematical and
Physical Recreations,' tells of a carriage,
as he calls it,-Mn which one can ride without
the use of horses.' And then he goes on to
tell of how a lackey sits nt the back, makes
it run by 'walking alternately with his two
feet by means of two small wheels con
cealed in a case just between the wheels
behind and attached to the axle of the car
riage.' This was the principle of the veloci
pede, so much improved since then. Bnt
the priority of the discovery of the bicycle
I believe to be established without further
argument or dispute.
"It was by a physician. Ell Richard, a
young physician of Rochelle, France, who
made the first machine after which our
modern bicycle is patterned. He was a
medical student in Paris in 1006 and be
came oneof the great physiciansof France,
He died at the age of 01 at Rochelle in 1700,
and there Is a street in Rochelle named for
him, and there Is now a movement on foot
to erect a bronze statue, not to Michaud,
who it is claimed was the discoverer of the
bicycle, but to the true discoverer. Dr. Eli
Richard." Cincinnati Star.
Profanity Going; Oat.
The profiirsity habit is dying out. It was,
within the memory of those who do not
like to think themselves old, very common.
I have heard, on what I am sure is trust
worthy authority, of a clergyman of the
last generation who, summoned to break
fast while at his morning devotions, turned
upon the unfortunate messenger with the
exclamation: " you! How dare you in
terrupt my prayers!" Much less extreme
instances are known to many of us which
would be simply impossible. Are we be
coming more pious
That is not the general impression. Is
the fiber of the race softening That is of
ten maintained, but I do not think suc
cessfully. The civil war Is there to dis
prove it fur Americans at least. Or are we
as French men and women did long ago
learning more adequately to master the re
sources of our own tongue and becoming
independent of this crude and rather stupid,
to call it nothing worse, derieer Century.
Carious Point of Philology.
It has been found in the case of primitive
river names in the old world that a syllable
meaning water occurs once at least and in
many instances several times in the same
name. From this philologists have been
able to trace successive conquests as each
conquering tribe added its own name for
water or river to the syllables already form
ing the names of streams within the con
quered district. The same thing has hap
pened in this country, as the whites have
tacked the word river to many Indian
names already including the word. Ex
change. Dr. Lee King, a Chinese pnyslcian of
Chicago, and Miss Lieze B. f airman, an
American girl of the same city, were mar-
rtea at eoria, ilia.
Mo pill or nauseating portion, bat a pleasant
tonic and laxative la Simmons Liver Keralator.
A Little Girl's Exoenencs m a L ghthoase.
Mr. and Mrs. Loren Treseott are
keepers of the Gov. Lighthouse at
Sand Heach, Mich, and are blessed
with a daughter, four years old. Last
April she was taken down with
measles, followed with a dreadful
cough ami turning into a fever.
Doctors at home and at Detroit treat
ed her, but in vain, she grew worse
rapidly, until she was a mere "hand
ful o-bones." lhen she tried Vr.
Kind's New Discovery and after
use of two and a half bottles.
completely cured. They say
Kin's New Discovery is worth
weight in gold, yet you may try
bottle free at Hartz & Ullenieyer's.
STRENGTH AND HEALTH.
If yon are not feeling strong and
healthy, trv Electric Bitters. If "La
Grippe" has left you weak and weary.
use r-iec trie i tiers. jiiiis reiiieuv
acts directly on liver, stomach and
kidneys, gently aiding these organs
to perform their functions. If you
are afflicted with sick headache, you
will find speedy and a permanent re
lief by taking Electric Bitters. One
trial will convince you that this is
the remedy you need. Large bottles
only 50c. at Hartz & Ullemeyer's.
BtCKLEN 8 ARNICA SALVE.
The best 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 .ively cures piles or
nc pay required. It is guaranteed
ti give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
For sale by Hartz & Ullenieyer
Education of Senators.
Two members of the senate, Dubois of
Idaho and Higgins of Delaware, are gradu
ates of Yale, and Stewart of Nevada and
Wolcott of Colorado, the two big silver men
from the west, were students there, though
neither graduated. Senator Stewart left
Yale in the memorable 'winter of '49 and
spring of '30," attracted by the gold fever
oh the Pacific. Senators Cameron of Penn
sylvania, Colquitt of Georgia, and Gray of
Delaware are graduates of Princeton. Hoar
and Lodge of Massachusetts are Harvard
men. Senators Washburn of Minnesota
and Frye of Maine graduated from Bow
doin college. Vest of Missouri and Black
burn of Kentucky are, like the vice presi
dent, graduates of Danville. The Danville
institution, by the way, is known as Center
college. It was established in 1S19 and is
one of the oldest Presbyterian seats of
learning in the United States.
Senator Gordon of Georgia was educated
at the University of Georgia. Allison of
Iowa was educated at the Western Reserve
college, Ohio. Senator Gibson of Maryland
attended Washington college at Chester
town in the Terrapin State. Calvin S, Brice
was a student at the Miami university, Ox
ford, O., where he graduated. Senator
Chandler of New Hampshire is a graduate
of the Harvard Law school. His colleague.
Senator Gallinger of New Hampshire, has
received from Dartmouth the degree of A.
M. Princeton gave Senator Gray of Dela
ware the degree of LL. D. in 188, and Yals
conferred the same degree on his colleague.
Senator Higgins, in lSyl. New York Sun.
A Bit of Iron In m Tree.
A year or two ago a vicious fellow near
Bangor drove a spike into a sawlog and in
this way smashed up a mill saw to spite
the owner. But a recent happening at
Welland, Ont., shows that such substances
may get into logs without being put there
for spite. A mill saw struck an oxshoe
imbedded in a timber about four inches
from the surface. How it came there is a
puzzle, for it had grown into the wood. An
owner of the land where the tree grew re
members that way back in the thirties
some lumbering was done there in which
oxen shod with iron were used, but none
since then. It is believed the shoe was laid
up on a limb close to the trunk and the
tree in growing took it in. Lewiston Jour
nal Tho Progressive Multiplication of Germs.
Germs of contagious diseases are capable
of multiplying themselves with marvelous
rapidity. A single germ, wl,n placed in
surroundings favorable to it (. iiwth. quick
ly divides into two. Each of these divides
itself again, and so on, the number soon
reaching into thousands. It has been esti
mated that by the end of 24 hours a single
germ will have multiplied itself into more
more than lfi.oW.OuO germs.
The How tf v.
now poo-, hew rich, how abject, haw august,
how com; liratcd how wonderful, W tnsn. aufl it
mijiht be added, how "more so" is woman. With
her peculiarly delka e and intense orranization
she s the snpcrlatue dog-ree of man. Even in
di6eaes the excels him. having many that he has
no, ehe has, however, found out a grand reme
dial a;cnt for the cure of her diseases in Dr.
Pierce's Favorita Prescription a medicine
suited to her notnre re ado for the express cure of
those diseases which affect her. It is csp c'ully
effective tn all weaknesses incidental to molhtr
hood, while it is also a potent restorative tonic
for the feeble and debilitated generally.
"When Baby was sick, we pave i-r castoria,
VTbcn - he was a Child, she tried for Castoria.
VHieu s'jo becanio Miss, she clung to Castoria,
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria,
Children Cry for
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
bowels each day. Most people need
to use it.
Children Cry for
Coughing leads to consumption.
Kemp's Balsam will stop the cough
Children Cry for
President Clevelana, at uray uaoiea,
has seen his attending phyaician off to the
station and will himself return to Wash
ington this week in apparently the best of
SinaBons Liver regulator has never been known
to fall to curs a'l liver diseases
Is the best remedy for
all complaints peculiar
k. D HUESING,
Represents, among other time-tried and well
known Fire Insurance Companies, the following:
Royal Insurance Company, of Eneland.
Wesche ter Fire Ins. Company, of N. T.
Buffalo German Ins. Company, Buffalo, y. Y.
Rochester German Ins. Co., hochester, N. T.
Citizens' Irs. Co., of Pittsburg, Pa.
Sun Fire Office, London.
Vnion Ins. Co- of California.
Security Inc. Co., ew Haven, Coan.
Milwaukee Mechanics Ina. Co., Mtlwana.ee.
German Fire Ins. Co., of Peoria, III.
Office Cor. 18th St. and 2d Ave.
Kock Island,' III.
HAYES & CLEAVELAND
Representing over 40 Million Dollars
of Ctsh assets
Fire, Life. Tornado.
Bonds of Suretyship.
OFFICE Room 21. Mitchell A Lynde's block
ttx-k Isl&ml, Ills.
OSecure uur rates ; they will interest you.
J M BUFORD.
General . .
The old Fire and Time-tried Companies
Losses Promptly Paid.
Hates as tow as any reliaole company ran affora
von Hatronace is solicited.
Corner Cottasre Grove avenue and Slxty-fontth
street. Only 5 minutes from world'e'fair.
Superior dinit:g roc m; elevated rai'rosd.
Now open. Rates moderate. European.
Wm. X. PiLorsK, Supt.
Broadway. Cor Prince St.. Xew York fitv
Refitted nnd r-ovated und-.r new mntiacment,
on the EuropcHu pi n.
Room rates f I a day ard upward.
Restaurant equal to the best in the city at mod
Street ears from all R.R. stations and steam
boat and ferry landing pa"S the door.
HILDRETH & ALLEN. P p's.
World's Fair, Chicaco.
. Calumet A venue and Zth Street.
UIITfcl sax Fireproof ; 24 rooms; near Fair
IW I sbsb Ground?: baths on every floor.
-.. American and European plana.
RlKnRilET1 toSiaday. First-class family
DHsllinUri noteL Wnte fur circular.
WORLD'SIThe PULLMAN HOTEL
UVU-U Ol Su and Washington Ave.
V 1 1 R (Three blocks from main entrance.
tailt I Best of R.R. and street car service.
IPinfllFirKt-classcafe. Ratesl lo$i50ter
IvulbAUUIuersoa. Write lot circular.
' Lumbago. Sciatica
Lame BacKf etc.
DR. SARDEN'S ELECTRIC BELT
2meor wrthoutmedlelne ail WMaawaiMlUncrran
e ertaxatloB ct brain nrrre sorersi era naiorinau
"on, a. net-ons debility, ale ilisjimas. languor,
fimi" kWiiey, liver and bdder eomplaJnta,
Umebaek, lumbago, suatlea. all female eomplainta;
go-mi U health, etc. This elertrw Belt contains
r,tTrrV't," "" over all others. (Mn out la
LJ"Ti - sxarruc si-wivsosT, tba
fHS"i b!?i0.:r -l weak men, VUTK vltk .11
l ItajlU am tk 61 A1!IT1LD1. SO t
svaa cwadforlllus'u Hampiilet, r-iilnl .laic'il frro
m SAN DEN ELECTRIC CO
Ho. 58 atlatte cttxvet, tUiV-fiU.IXU.l
Insane Persons Restore.
fr BSArN & NS.VB DlSRASBS. Onlysur.
ewra for Aer jtftrtwomt. FUt. FMl'pt.
InfalliblB If takes as directed. A Ftit -ftt
Jtrst 4y's Mir. Treartte and St trial bottle free ta
Fit pattest.. tKey parinf espreMch.ree.eo Iww whr.
I. s-s nnf. P. O. I exp - .'Mress of
1 t Kl.tNI-.nit Sr-liSt..rliil.a1phU.ra.
- v. l 'f IMITATING FfLA'JOS
r aaaasw. -ljan.
A MEDICAL BOOK worth
DOLLARS, sent for 10 cents in
tl fer Bottle at Druggist
50c. Trial Size sent by mail.
Letters for advice Marked
"Consulting Department" are
seen by our physicians only.
tot-moil ueoiant co.
H. U. Colman, Sec'y,
STATE SAVINGS BAUS,
Office Cornet Fifteenth street and Third An,
Succeeds the Moline 8avin i Bana. Organised :bj
5 Per CIST IHTEHST PAID W DEPOSITS.
Organised nader State Laws.
Open from t a. n i. to I p m., and Wednetdi; m
Saturday nights from7 to 9pm
Pobtbs Saixasa, . . Preti
EL A. Aibbworth, . . Vlce.prf!'.d
I. F. HsarsawaT, - - Ueklt?
Porter Skinner, W, W. Wells,
C A. Rose, H. A. AlnworjL
G. H. Edwards, W. H. Adams
Andrew Friberg, C. F. Bsmecw'ay,
REAL ESTATE LOANS
made for private parties in the r.risi
spot of the west by the
Orchard State Bant i
of ORCHARD, NEBRASKA.
B. W. Dart, President.
J. 8. Dabt Cashier.
Mitchell 4 Lynde, Bankers.
1. P. Robinson, Cashier Rock Island S.Uoli
C.C.Carter, V. D.
Henry Dait's Sons, Wholesale Uroers.
Washes everything from a fine
silk handkerchief to a circus
tent; Lace curtains a specialty.
No. 1724 THIRD AVE.
A. M. & L. J. PARKER.
TVlephonn No. 1214
T H. THOMAS.
BoIp a sent
If tronbled with Gonorrhoea"
' Gleet, Whites.Spennatorrhoeal
r or anv unnatural discharge aakk
your druggist for a bottle of
Bie O. It cures in a ft w dan
I without the aid or publicity of a
aocwr. ioD-poisonC'HS bhu
guaranteed not to sVrirtcre.
1M L'auwsai Asteriesa Cars.
Ths Etui Cbemicsy Co.
U. S. A.
WbBb M W L ST-a 1. SB '
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fOjjyAH ABSOLUTE UMPonA
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