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THE AltGUS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 4,
THE TBA.TELEKS GUIDE.
CHICaOO, ROCS I3LAND A PAC-flC KAIL
way Depot corset Fifth avenne and Thirty
Jrtrt street, Frank U. Flummer, azest.
tEast. I JWist,
vOaneil BiaU. at Minceso-1
t Day Express f
Kansas City Day Express.
Omaha ana Denver Vert:-1
bale Eipres. (
Kansas City Limited
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10: pm! am
I 12:30 pm' 3:11 pm
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St. Paul and Minitf.apoii....
Kansas City and St. Joe. ...
Oe Moines, Omaha A Lin-1
-1? m 0-ft t.TTl
ClOim' $ :35pm
j 1:40 am10:i0.pm
Daily. lmett. Itioiriz w:. s Pul
man sleeping oar i sidetracked a; Daveniort
and taken to Chicazo daily bv tb ! t a.n. ih-
car U readv for occupancy at 9 p. m r'or reser
vation tf rerth-, ticket, etc., telephone 1033
noes if . ami, or apply at oepot.
F. H.Pi.rER, Agu
L. M. Ann, Gen. A -ft Pss. Dept. l)Tn;ort
BCKLINOTON P.'JCTK-C B. VI. KA.i
way Depot F.rs; arte 3 e and Sixteentl- t
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r way Kacise s so2ttwee:ern L.v.s'.on Le
pot Twentieth street between First aci Second
avenue, E. D. W. Ho. me., .cent.
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St. Paul Express
ROCK ISLAND 4 PEORIA RAILWAT-DB
pot First aveau and Twenuetfa aireet V.
E. Rockwell, Aeenl.
Past Mail Express....
$7o5 an 7:f9 pm
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BCRLlXGTOX. CEDAR RAPIDS 4 NORTH
era railway, depot fwt of Bradv trect.Dav
en port. J.B.Hanneean, Gen.T'kt 'Pas . Aeent
' Leave, i Arrive.
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Leave West Davenport.
Weat Lilerty Tr,n
North. : nth.
l'7 5m bin:ispni
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at 45 am .
M :15 pm h':rttm
W:i5tm 11 :15pm
aDally. bDally except Sundy. "Go-ng nonb.
voirjp South and catt
MOST DTBXCT BOUTS TO TRB
East. South and Southeast.
Fact M'l. Expresc
L. Rock Ilan B:0n am 8:30 pm
Ar. Orion 8 :4a am 3 :04 pm
Cambridge 9:0Sam 3:27 pm
ralva 9 :36 am S :57 pm
Wyomine !l0:llam! 4:33pm
Princeviila !10:30am 4:55 pm
Peoria 'li :15 ami 6:4H pm
Bioomingron. l7T5pm! 9:15pm
Sprtnpfleld 3:40 pmi 10:10 pm
Jackvonvillc 4'OCpm 1205 n't
Decatnr 1:50 pm' 10:00 pm
Danville '3:50 pm: 11:10 am
Indianapolit 6:55pm 3:35am
Terre Haute 7:10 pm 10:00 am
Evansvillc 1:20am 7:85am
St. Louis 7:3pm, 7:40ax
Cincinnati 11:00 pmi 7:10 n't
Lv.Peona 10. 10am 3:50pm
Ar. Rock tian 1 i 1 :15 pm 7:05pm
Accommodatinc trims leave Kork U and at
6:00a. m. and CM p. m; a-nve at Peoria 1:50 p.
m. and 1 :15 a. m. ueave Peojia 6:00 a. m. and
7 :15 p. m; arrive Rock Island 4:00 p. m. and 1:15
All tratne ran daily excciit Snndaj.
All passenier tran. aTiyc and depart Cnion
Free Coair c-on F-t Expres nstweea Rock
Islorjd and Peoria, both directions.
Tnronch tickets to all points ; bas-aee enecked
.nroaeh to destination.
M.ln am 4.00 pm
10 20 ami 5.05 pm
11.00 sm! 5.4."i i.t.
Lv. Roctc Kati l .
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. 7.il0 arti 1.45 pm
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Ar. Rcyno! is . . ..
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-J. B. SUDLOW,
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Great Rock Island Route
TO THE UAST.
Best Dining Car Service in the World.
The Kock Island is foremost in
udojttin any advantage ealculatud
to inii)rovc sjffd and jrive that lux
ury, safety and comfort that popular
patronage demands. Its equipment
"a thoroughly complete with ve-iti-buled
trains, majjnilicent dining
ears, 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
nd to travelers and it is sometimes
a task diflicult of accomplihnifnt.
Passengers on this line w ill find little
cause for complaint on that ground.
The Great Kock Island Route runs all
regular trains to Englewood subur
ban station, close to World's Fair
th u.i'ls, and you can save time and
iro'i' 'e by getting off at that jKunt
ind avoid the" crowd in the cltv.
J'or full particulars as to tickets,
maps, rates, apply to any coupon
ticket oflice in "the United States,
Canada or Mexico, or address:
(I-'. T!;t. & Pass. Agt., Chicago, 111.
a UN", GenT Mgr. Chicago III.
THAT NAKES GOOD BLOOD
Win complete y cbanire the Wood In yum- system
in three mom is time, and send new, rich oiood
conmna throii rh your veins, li yon feel exhanMed
an nervous, i.re ircttlra; thin and all run down,
Gilmore's Arot latlc Wine, which is a tonic and not
a beveraee, w: .1 restore yon to health and strenjrth.
Mothers, ns It for your dan? hters. It Is the best
reirutator and i orrector for aa ailment, peenhar to
wuman. It et riches the Mood and trtves lattlnfr
ureneth. It 1 B-aaranteed to core D'.arrhea, Dvs
enterv, and al bummer Complainta, and keep &e
Isold by .; dr-ogglsta for 81 per bottle.
's Cotton Root
A recent discovery by an old
physician, successfully nsed
monthly by thousands of la
dies. Is the only perfectly
-pic auu reiiaoie meaiciEe
discovered. Beware of nn
w principled drurvists who of
rer inrenor tnellcines in place of this. Ak for
Coox i Corroj Knot CosromD, take oo suosn
tute, or inclose 11 and 6 cents in postace in letter,
and we will send, staled, by return mail FnK
sealed particulars in plain envelope, to lad.e;
on;y, 1 stamps Add res
POND LILLx CCVPANV.
NxS Fisher Block, Ixtroi, M.ch
Sold in Kock Ila.4 by Marshall 4 Fishei. Ha
per Hoose. Har'.z 4 bannscn 4Jth street and Sc
ave.. and dru jists eve-v-.vnre .
illsrisy t "Law Office in Mitchell Jt
Lynie s Cf' block
JACKSON & HURST,
AtiArneyn t Law Office in Rock Island
National Bank building. Rock Island, III.
B. D. ltlII. C. V. WALKER.
SWEENEY & WALKER.
Alt-.fj . l nn.Ml-r. at l.av.
'3ice in B -tuitin't black, Bwk Island, 111.
C. J. SEAKLE. S. W, SEARLE.
SEARLE 6c SEARLE.
Attorneys nti faa-snrllor at I. aw -and
So'iritir- in Chtnccry; ottce Buford's
uioca, iiock 1-41 na
McEMRY & McENIRY.
JIlt.rari'H tit lassLoiin monev on tt.-mh
f security, make collections. Refererce,
jincneu a: Ly ;tie, cankers. Office in I'ostoffi:e
S- W. ODELL.
Atteraeyat Law Formerly of Port Byron,
and dorinc the past two years with the firm of
Browning 4 fin riken at Moline, has now opened
an office in the vnditorinm Ooudlrg. room 5, at
R, M. PEARCE,
oom S3 in Mitchell 4 Lynde's new block
DR. J, E. HAWTHORNE,
Teeth extracted without pa:n by the new
o 1716 Second avenue, over Krall t Math's.
3RS. BIC (EL &SCHOEMAKER
M.tche!' & Lynde's Block. Rooms 2-81
Eowabd L. Hambatt. CLARK H. BUV-ORD.
HAMJIATT & BTJFORD,
ARCHITEC r , Rock Island, 111 . O!fice-aoom
41, Mitchel 4 Lynde bnilding.
GEO. P. STATJDTJHAR
Flats and stperinterdence for all class ol
Rjomi 53 and 51, Mitchell 4 Lynde buildinc
DR. W. W. ADAilS,
Physician and Surgeon.
S-iecitt! atteati in riven to disciscs of the Eye
Oflice and rusi icucc "il2 Twentieth street.
umcenours: w to Zi a. 2 to 4 and 7 to S
P. M. Telephone Ko. 12U0.
Physician and Surgeon,
Teleidione 1J70. Kock Island, III.
Offire Hour-' :-10 a. m. to 12 m., 1 to 3 p. m. and
J. R. Uollowbuslu M, D. Geo, E, Earth, M. D.
DRS. BARTH & HOLLOWBUSH
Dhtsioia s and Surgeons,
Omce 409 23rd st. Telephone lota
orrica jocrs :
Dr. Earth t Dr. Hollowbush
to 10 a, m. 10 to 12 a. m,
1 to 1 and 7 toe p.m. 2 to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m.
DR. CH5. M. ROEINSON
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
OBce McCull ngh Building, 134 W. 8d BL.
Hours: 9 to 11 1 m: 1 to ism.
J. F. Mtebs, M. 3. Gbo. W. Wbbblbb, M. D
DRS. MYSRS &
a-tlrrr a t sra
Mnrcr-ry ant Owia of Utrnr.
Offlce over Kreil & Math's. Telephone 1143.
TJR- MV-ERJI I t.u
1 ) to 12 a. m. I 8 to 10 a. m.
2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p. m. 1 1 to 3 and 7 to 9 p. m
use. telephone I AM. Ke. telephone. 1110.
SlalOas Them All Feel Good.
Laudable as the desire to make every one
feel pleasant is, there Is a point beyond
which it can scarcely be comra ended. Sain
Basse-It was one cf the hardest and best
workers in Greenville, aaJ in harvest time
he earned large wages by '"hiring out," as
he had no farm of his own, to the various
farmers who needed extra help. Sara's
chief fault was his appareut inability tore
fuse to do anything for any one who asked
Once when farmhands were scarce one
man had secured Sam's services at the be
ginning of the harvest. The first day,
tvhile the two were at work, another farm
er came up and asked Sam to help him the
"I'll see what I ken do for ye,'' said Sam
Presently another farmer came along,
asked tbc same question and received the
The farmer for whom he was working
was somewhat indignant and amazed at
Sam's evident intention to assist three
different people on the same day.
Sam,'' said he, "what do yoa cal'late to
do? First you promt jtd to help me tomor
row, and now you've agreed to help two
others. Whr.t do you mean?-'
"Oh, well," said Sam easily, "I like to
see folks go oil feeliu good; treat 'em all
alike, that's my motter, when it comes to
talkin. As fer work, I've got to tote my
wife over to Howtown tomomer, an you
can settle it letwixt you three which'll hav
me next day" Jest make it pleasant all
And with a tmile of universal good will
Sam returaiil to his task, tvideutly feeling
that his method of adjusting a delicate
matter was above criticism. Youth's Com
panion. Liloiatarc ami Its I'ollov. c.-s.
Literature is not necessarily an ennobling
profession. "What cm ennoble'' a number
of people not lom to le masnanimousr
Nothing can; neither can the blr-o1 of all
the Howards nor the profession of letters.
But it is not the blood nor the profession
that is to blame; it is the individual. Lit
erature is a profession in which knowledge
Grow from more to more.
And more of reverence with it dwelL
Mr. Buchanan has disclaimed reverence.
About his knowledge we need not speak.
He has truth with him, no doubt, when he
says that he has "scarcely met one individ
ual who has not deteriorated morally by the
pursuit of literary fame." To pursue fame
instead of art, to begin by announcing one's
intention to be laureate, is indeed to un
derstand literature in the wrong way. Lit
erature is her own reward, and though
fame may le pleasant if she comes men are
really drawn to letters not by the wages,
but by the allurements of the muse. "The
world," we conceive, is perfectly capable of
speaking well of a man without "demand
ing the price of praise, and that price possi
bly his living soul." The world is not like
the devil in a story of witchcraft. It does
not want anybody's souL It wants in
poetry charm, grace, nobility, fire, thought
the art of Shakespeare and Scott, of
Southey and 'Wordsworth, Tennyson and
Virgil, of men who, though crowned by
fame, kept the bird in their bosoms who
won recognition without fighting for it,
who had knowledge and had reverence,
who are models of excellence, as we be
lieve, in other things, as well as in letters.
London Saturday Review.
Sires la Tiger Skins.
That the royal Bengal tiger is no incon
siderable beast is a well known fact, but to
even give an approximate guess on the
length of one of the monster's skins would
puzzle many persons who really believe
themselves to be naturalists. For the ben
efit of scientific readers, as well as would
be Nimrods, who wish to appear to be load
ed with animal statistics and facts of all
kinds, I will say that the length of the
largest tiger skin ever taken (after being
stretched and dried) was 13 feet G5j inches.
This must not be taken ns meaning the
actual length of the living beast, for the
skins expand surprisingly while undergo
ing the curing process a green skin of 10
feet being accounted a wonder. In fact,
Mr. Inglis. the recognized tiger authority
of Great Britain and India, says that the
greatest known length of an undressed skin
was 10 feet 2;5' inches.
It is believed, however, that the predeces
sors of the present trilie of Beugalese cats
were from a fifth to a third larger than the
gigantic striped feline that roams the In
dian jungles of today, and that the old
stories of their carrying off full grown oxen
are not exaggerations. St. Louis Republic
An Electric Fan.
The electric fan has come to be such an
indispensable element of comfort, if not of
existence, during the summernionths that
new and improved forms are constantly
making their appearance. One of these
adds the very decided recommendation of
extreme economy to that of efficiency. Its
first cost, with battery complete, is small,
and the cost of operating it afterward is put
at cents an hour. It is claimeU that the
battery will last 10 weeks without renewal
at one hour's work daily, or 10 days at a
steady operation of 7 hours per diem.
It is designed to lie suitable for the parlor
or di:ii:ig ta'ile. being both ornamental and
noiseless. It v. ill not drop grease on the
tablecloth m.d carjiets, for its bearings are
self oiling and carry on their own lubrica
tion without loss of the lubricant. The
whole outfit packs up in a small box and
can lie carried without inconvenience.
New York Telegram.
Some Letters to Junius.
In Mr. Bayard is vested the copyright of
the story of the two western cowboys who
had been to hear a lecture on Junius, and
one of whom subsequently imbibing too
much whisky "straight" got at last into
the lachrymose state of inebriety, and sit
ting up in bed passionately besought his
companion to tell him "who writ them let
ters to Junius." Nor would he be pacified
till the other cowboy assured him that .he
knew Junius very well and that he had
made him a present of the letters in ques
tion, which had been securely locked up in
the hotel safe by the clerk in the office be
low. G. A. Sala in London Telegraph.
Couldn't Just I'lace Her.
An old lad V WAR A.rnKt(l in n T .ri,T.
street by a well dressed and refined looking
stranger, who effusively claimed her as a
friend. "I really don't believe you remem
ber me!" she exclaimed reproachfully, and
the old lady, never doubting that her mem
ory Was at fault. ConfnsSKl tlmr. vtio ,.nnl,l
not quite recall the name. "Ah: but I have
changed it since you knew me," said her in
terlocutor gayly, and after a few more
lively speeches she passed on, having pos
sessed herself meanwhile of the old lady's
Worse Than Lies.
"So you have it in for Smith"? What has
he been doing? Telling lies about you?"
'o, the dinged thins is he's been telliutr
the truth about me." New York Press.
A lattls Girl's Kxtwrienca in a L-gbthonse.
Mr. and Mrs. Loren Treseott are
keepers of the lov. Lighthouse at
Sand r.each, Mich. an. I are blessed
with a daughter, four years old. Last
April she was taken down with
measles. foll-yed with a dreadful
couyrh and turning into a fever.
Doctors at home and at Detroit treat
ed her. but in vain, she jrrew 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. They say Dr.
Kin-r's New Discovery is worth its
weight in pold. yet you may try a
bottio free at Hartz & Ullemeyer's.
STHEMiTII AND HEALTH.
If you ar not feeling strong and
healthy, try Electric Hitters. If '-La
(irippe" has left you weak anil wearv,
use Klectric Hitters. This remed'y
acts directly on liver, stomach and
kidneys, gently aiding these organs
to perform their functions. If you
are afflicted with sick headache, you
will tind speedy and a permanent re
lief by taking Klectric Bitters. One
trial will convince you that this is
the remedy you need. Lare bottles
onlv 5e, at Hartz & Ullemeyer's.
BUCKLES' 8 AKMCA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum
Fever sores, tetter, chapped hands,
chilblains, corns, and all skin er-jip,
tions, and jtosi ,ively cures piles or
no pay required. It is guaranteed
to ;riv; perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
For sale by Hartz & Ullemever
lie Does Away tVlth I'auses.
Clifford Harrison, the English reader, has
his own ideas of the "total depravity of in
animatethings." He says it is usually fatal
to introduce an effective pause into a recita
tion, for something is sure to mar it. He
If I am reciting in a hall where there is a
striking clock, or past which a train runs
with shriek and roar, I know that striking
clock and shrieking train will make them
selves heard at a moment when it is most
important for me to have unbroken silence.
I once wrote some verses for recitation
into which I was so injudicious as to put a
"Listen: What is that?"
I might have known what would happen.
Clocks chimed, doors slammed, special
trains scrvamed, old gentlemen coughed,
some one was convulsed with an irrepressi
ble sneeze, dogs came from distant parts on
purpose to bark, candle shades fell off.n
waiter dropped a tray and teacups, a baby
cried, and a deaf old lady was heard to say
to hrr neighbor:
"Would half a cucumber be of any use?"
I learned bitter wisdom and cut the pas
How Fast a Horse's Feet Move.
Did you ever think how fast a horse in a
2:20 gait moves his feet? When a horse is
trotting a 2:J0 gait, his feet move a little
faster than a mile in 1:10. As his body is
moving at 2:20, and as each of his feet when
in contact with the ground is stationary
and then is picked np and moved forward
to take the next step, the foot must move
as much faster than the body as to make
the step, which is over twice as fast. Now,
the action is: The foot is at rest upon the
ground and is raised some one or fwo feet
high, then forced forward nearly the fall
length of the leg, then lowered to the
ground and is at rest for nearly two-thirds
of the time that the next step is being
taken. The time, nearly two-thirds, I
think is too long, but it is from one-half to
two-thirds of the next step. Coleman's
The Mohavan "Spirit Owls."
The Mohaves l-elieve that all who die and
are not cremated are turned into owls, and
when they hear the dismal screech of one
of the above named creatures of the night
they tell you that it is the spirit of some
dead Mohave who has returned to advise
his people to submit to the ordeal of fire.
When one of the tribe dies, his relatives
and immediate friends do not eat salt or
wash themselves for four days. Their
heaven is "white mountain." they know
nothing of hell or any place of punish
ment except "Eiemia," the place where un
incinerated warriors are transformed into
owls. St. Louis Republic
New York's Iilch Lares.
New York buys more lace than any other
city ia the world, and there are said to be
scores of New York ladies whose collections
of lace vary in value from tX.itj0 to loO.OUO.
The Vanderb:it-s possess laces which rival
the Prussian nnd Austrian crown laces
and are valued at $300,000. The late Mrs.
Astor hail a lace dress that cost ?15,000, and
another was recently sold to an American
lady for fcJo.Oo!'. Philadelphia Press.
Tfce How crir.
How poo-, h' w rich, how abject, hjw ar.Last,
how com, licatci how wonderful, i rosn. st.i it
might le added, bow "more so" is woman. Vi'h
btr pvruljariy delii a e and intense orra-.fza'ion
she s tlie stii erlatixe di jrrce or man. Even in
dis- a es che excels him, bavin; many that he has
no . he has. however, found out a grand reme
dial a tnt for the cure of her diseases in Dr.
Pierce's Favarita Prescription a medicine
suited to her no'iirj Kale for the express cure of
those d, scales which affect her. It is esp cial'y
iffsrtivein all weaknesses incidental to mother
hood, while It is also a potent restorative toiic
for the feeble and debilitated generally.
vnen Baby was rick, we gave uer castoria.
When was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
VThea s'.ie became Jliss, she clun-; to Castoria,
When tJie 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
Couhin leads to consumption.
Kemp's Balsam will stop the cough
Children Cry for
13 llie best remedy for
all complaints peculiar
CONTRACTORS and BUlLUhRb
All Kinds oi Carpenter WoTk Done.
enera! jobD'.ce done on short
Ofl-lo an4 Sdan 1'Jtl Twalfth Strsst
K 0. HUESING.
Represents, among other time-trie 1 and well
tnown Fire Insurance Companies, the following:
Foyal Insurance Company, of Eneland.
Weche ter Fire 1c. Company, of X V.
Buffalo German Its. Company, Buffalo. X. Y.
Kochester German Ins. Co., rtocbester, N. Y.
Citizens' Irs. Co., of Pittsburg, Pa.
sun Fire Ofiiee, London.
I nion Ins. Co- of California.
Srecurity Ins. Co., ew Haven. Conn.
Milwaukee Mechanics Ins. Co., Milwaukee.
German Fire Ins. Co., of Pecria,lll.
Office Cor. 18th St. and iM Ave.
Kock Islaxo. III.
"THE OLD RELIABLE."
HAYES & CLEAVELAND
Representing over 40 Million Dollars
of Cash assets
Fire. Life. Tornado.
Bonds of Suretyship.
OFFICE Room 21, Mitchell A Lynde's bloca
gx-x Island, Ills.
tySecnre oar rates; they will interest you.
J M BUFORD.
General . . .
Tsc olrt Fire and Time-trie d Compame
Losses Frcmptly Paid.
-titcs as low as any rclUole company c'i afore
v'on' Psrronaee oHc-ert.
Corner Cottaze Grove avenue aul Slitv-fnuith
street, t nly 5 minutes from world's fair.
Superior diiltg room; elevated railroad.
Xow open. Rates moderne. European.
Wji.S. Felocse. Snpt.
Broalwiy, Cor. Prince Xew York City
Refitted nd reaova'ed unl. r new mmajemcnt,
on the Europem pUn.
Room rates Si a day and upward.
Restauraut equal to the best in the city at mod
street ears from all R. R. stations and steam
boat and ferry landings pass the door.
HILDRETII ALLEN. Pp's.
World's Fair. Chicaco.
ftfKasa Calumet Avenue and 29th Street.
Hill PI a b Fireproof; 244 rooms: near Kair
aa Urounds; baths on every floor.
n m a. j. mm m mm American and European plans.
DHtlUnUr I boteU Wnta for circular.
he PULLMAN HOTEL
55th St. and Va&hinfitiB A-r- .
Three blocks from main entrance.
itest oi it. K. ana street car service.
ueraoa. Writ! fox circular.
and how to attain it.
At last a medical work that tells the causes,
describes the effects, points the remedy. This
is scientifically the most valuable, artistically
the most beautiful, medical book that has ap
peared for years ; 96 pages, every page bearinsr
a half-tone illustration in tints. Some of the
subjects treated are Nervous Debility, Irnpo
tencv. Sterility, Development, Varicocele, The
Husband, Those intending Marriaee, etc.
Every man who would know the grand truths,
the plain facts, the old secrets, and the nevs
discoveries of medical science as applied to
married life. Who would atone for past 'ollies
and avoid future pitfalls, should write lor this
wonderful little book. It . 1 he sent free,
rader sc: '.. Address the;. . ,i.
Erie Met-ie . . -1 : N. Y.
r " - - ! iii-
A MILICAL BOOR w..st,
DOLLARS, sent for 10 cr.t; a
$1 i'er Bottle at I'rist.-!-'
50c. Trial Size serit by n;&U.
Letters for advice Marki-d
"Consalting Itepartnunt ' are
seen by our physicians only.
ZOt-PHOR mtDIC'DC CO.
H. (i. Colman, Sec'v,
notice and eausim"
"Ion Kiaronte -. i
KOCK I-UV. ' 1
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THE MOLKL J
STATE SAVINGS EA1H 1
Office Corner Fifteenth street am ; it! '
CAPITAL $100,000.00. F
Succeeds the Moline Savin-rs Lata. 0i;j, , ?
5 Per CENT .BTEKSI a AID ON DEftj j
Organized under State Ls-. 1
Open from 9 a. m. to J m., at:d Wvlaiv
Saturday nights fron.
H. A. Aikswobth.
I. F. Huiswit,
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C. A. Rose,
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H. A. Ai- .w , V
G. H. Edwards. W. Ii. a
Andrew Fribcrg, ". F. Ile-c-..-
H-.ra ' liar. :c
REAL ESTATE L0Av,W
made for private parties in .'.. zi-..t
spot of the west by the
Orchard State Bad
of ORCHARD, NEBRASKA.
E. W. Dart, President.
J. S. Daet Citi.-.:
Mitchell A Lynde, Bankers.
J. P. Robinson, Cashier Rock I::: Ns:
Henry Dait's Sens. WioIea:e Gr cr?
Washes everything froa a t:
silk handkerchief to a iirt
tet;t; Lace ciiTtaina f p-i ia'."l
v... 1724 th ::: .
A. M- & L. J. FABKrE
" Lumbago. Seiatiea;
DR. SANOEN'S ELECTRIC BEl
1 Wtth Electro-Magnetic SUSPtNSORVV
' Latest Paieau I Be.t I
wm core witboiit nMdlrlne ail Wrat-M m-a tv
TTrr-amionoff Dtain Berre. forrrfl ; tzrv ' - i: -1
eretion, a. nervoa. debility, iWpWnt., Urr- J
rneamatuan, kLliiey, IItpt and blaildr corr-iA-
lam back, lumtco, sctatl-a. all frmals comi j
t-'nenU U beajili, etc. Tija electric Iielt vr.M
W .lsir.nM. over all otaers. evtnaA
Jnsunoy feitby wearer or we forfeit i,0iu.ii.
wili cure all of the above lim or r.,i rer. ft
and. baTe tM.n niMri h Ihi, m.mliN., Tf! '-
alter ail tuber rrardua failed, and we ne t-fcf-f
vemuountaw in una ana eTery oinerstAte.
I fin. - - . w. .-.wb.a . . .... .CT C
gr-mtes boon ever offered wrek men. KH "'l
tlclu as J V km sinunk 61 ilul T 1 1 0 1 1
ttea-rs. tiendf rlUu-r'd I'amphlet.n-aill.tM''1!
8ANOEN ELECTRIO CO.. '
Ko. 8 uie atu-ccl, CUICAOU, ILL
Jo tin Volk 6c c
Sash, Doors, Blinds. Siding, Fi. ri:
And all kinds of wool work for buiUcrr.
Eighteenth 6'- Wet. Third and Fourth avnt:.s
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