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Tin? iittg fiATlT-RnAY. ATTftTTST R. 1893.
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
CHICaUO, ROCK ISLAND 4 FACirIC -KAIlr
way Dtfpot'eornei Fifth avenue and Thirty
Srst street. Frank H. Plummer, agent,
oOqdcU itluils a Minneso-1
t Day Express.... i
Kansas City Day Express.
Washington Express. , . .1
Omaha Express , . .V.
Omaha rind Denver Vc-1
bale Express i
Kansas City Limited
1 :05 am
7:43 am, 7:45 pm
3 .45 am 8
5:30 pm! 0
6:17 am 9
Stnare-RoVa- Island Expresfi
M. Paul mid Mmiiipoli..
Kansas City and St. Jw
Ues Moines, Omaha & Lin
coln fc:10 am 8
Daily. tGinceast. IGoinir west. $ A Pull
man slceDing nr is sidetracked at Davenport
ami taken to Chicago daily lv this tain, line
car is readv for occupancy at "J p. m ''or reser
vation of herth", tickets, etc., telephone lu!3
Rock Is'.itnd, or npply at depot.
F. H. Pl.fMMEB. Ae;u
L. M. Allbw. Pen, irt. P:ss. Dppt. Uawnport.
BCKUNiaTOS ROUTE C.. B. y. KA'.I.
way Depot First avenue and Sixteenth n
H.J. Tonne, jfit.
TRAINS. . Ltv 'hi.k
t. Ljoi Express
it. i. ni ii)rf s
rt Paul Sxpreis
H:4U u. 7 :4fl pn
' 7:40 prri i5:40arc
H:to pit) 7 55 an
7:ft-S an ti:5i pra
9:30 am 5: 5 pm
CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE & ST. PAI L KAIL
way Racine A Southwestern Eivisioc De-,
pot Twentieth street, between First n?- Serom'.
svenue, E. D. W. Holmes. spent. '
"ivjah"!' 9 811 '
4:4'J ptr.i WAi sm
14 sir I a 8
Ma.l and Exprem
Pt. Pan! Express
ROCK ISLAND A PEORIA RAILWAY TIB
pot First avenue and Twcr.tie:i street .
U. Kock well. Agent.
i:li&am 7:i"5 pm
2:) pra J :25 pm
9:10 am " 5 Oi pm
4 :00 pra :U n
Past Mall Kxprvss
Cable Accocimodat'.on.. .
BURLINGTON. CEDAR RAPIDS NOUTH
ern railway. depot f iot of Brady ?trett,Dav
enport. J.E.Htinnecin, Gen.T'k't Pas'. Airent
j Leave. Arrive.
Leave West Davenport.
M:5 pm MO 45 am
hi CO am!bll:15 pm
West I.iliertv Train-
a t.North. ;S uth .
. ., li7:S"in blO:4.Spin
. . alt'flt pm: n4 V'aja
1 ati 45 am
hi :15 pm hS:!'Niam
.. i b9:in:in , hi :15pm
. .' l)ll:5taiii
aDailv. hD.illy xccpt Stind ly.
(iottiB South and can
MOST DTBBCT BOUTB TO TEB
East. South and Southeast.
3 :57 pm
Lv. Rock Island.
Cambridge . .
1 .16 pmi
a :4t pm
1 J:50 pm
' 3 :50 pm
6 :55 pm
I 1 :io pm.
, 1:20 am!
Ar. Roclc N'.acd
J 1:86 pm 7:05 pm
Accommodation trains leave Rock Island? at?
8:00a. m. nn.l tl.M p. m; arrive at Peoria g:50 p.
m. and 1 :15 a. ra. Leave Peojia R:00 a. m. and
7 :15 p. m; arrive Rock Island 4:00 p. m and4:15
p m. 1
All trains nnf.sfly except Stlnda;.
All pa'seisrer trains anrive and depart Union
Free Caairci-on Fast Expres hetwecu Rock
Islond and Peoria, both directions.
Through tickets to all points; haaze caecked
throach to destination.
Lv. Ri:s I!a-.
Arr. K'-yn .d-
" Cah'B ...
i a.20 am H.fO pro
I T.'W ntn 1.45 pm
1 7.5'- tm . a.QO pm
Ar. Reynold ...
' Kiclt ilan''
a. d. sud:.ow,
- " Tr v-p. t
Great Rock Island Route
TO THE UAST.
Best Dining Car Service in the World.
The Kock Island is foremost in
iHloptinp; anv advantage calculated
to improve speed and pive tliat lux
ury, safety and comfort that popular
patronage demands. Its efUij)inent
'.s thoroughly complete with'vesti-
nuled trains, magnitieent (.1 i 11 i n jr
cars, sleepers and . chair coaches, all
the most elegant, and of recently im
Faithful and capable management
and poiite, honest ser.vice from , em
ployes are imporlitnt items.. Thev
nre a double duty to the company
and to travelers and it is sometimes
a task difficult of accomplishment.
lu.ieufis uu mis nncTviii iind utile
cause for complaint on that ground.
The Great Kock Island Route runs all
regular trains to Knglcwood subur
ban station, close to orld's Fair
ounds, and you can save thne and
double by getting off at that point
1 ! .1 4 1... 1 i . 4 I , .
inu avoiti me crown m me ciiv.
For full particulars as! to tickets,
maps, rates, apply to anj coupon
ticket oincc. 111 tne Lnitea states,
Canada or Mexico, or address:
, JNO. SEBASTIAN,
Gen'l Tkt. & Tass. Agt., Chicago, III.
E. St John, Gcn'l Mgr. Chicago 111.
THAT MAXES GOOD BLOOD
TTOl completely clanfre the Wood In yonr system
In three months time, and send new, rich oiood
coursing through j our veins. II you feel exhausted
and nervous, are tret ring thin and all run down.
Gilmore's Aronmt c Wine, which is a tonic and not
a beverape, will r store you to health and strencrtb.
Mothers, use it tor yourdauRliters. It Is the best
regulator and corrector for all ailments peculiar to
woman. It enrfctes the blood and gives lasting
Strength. It Is p sranteed to r tire Diarrhoea, Dvb-'
entery, and all Su aimer Complaints, and keep tie
bold by all drugrUts fot tl per bottle.
TllE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY. ,
Promptly and perma
nently cures all forms of
Nervons Weakness, Emis
sions, Siermatorrhea, Im
potency and all effects ol
aotise or excesses; bee
prescribed over 35 years
in thousands of cac : i
the only reliable and hon'
est medicine known; ask
druggists for Wood's Pii "m'hodine: if he offers
some worthless icedicme in place or this, leavt
his d&honest stote. enclose price in letter and
we will send you h return mail. Price one packairi
Jl: six. $5; one w 11 please, six will cure; pam
phlet m plain scan a envelope. stamps ; auares;
1' 131 Woodward avenue. Detreil Mich. .
E. PARMENTER. 4
ilton-py -t Uw-Oilice in Mitchell Jfc
k Lyuue's new block
JACKSON & HURST,
, irorn-jK t s,av Oflice in Kock Island
i National liank huildinp. Roc Island, 111.
B. D. SWEfe T.T. c. L,. WALK1B.
SWEENEY & WALKER.
t fit-Key- at ('un-llnr at Uw
tJIUce jl Beui ton's block, Kock Island. 111.
t . .1. SEAKI.E.
S. W. SEA RLE,
SEARLE & SEARLE.
Atrav iml 4 nn.rllor at Law
and Solicitor' in Chancery : oilice Buford's
block, liock Islmd
I , JldENJRY 6t McENIRT,
AnornryH i Caw Loan mmu-y oa good
ccurlty. . maUa collections, 'iteferurnc,
Mitchell JC Lynde. bankers. Office in l'ostofllce
S- W- ODELL, .
Altnrnry a Li w Pormtrly of. Port Byron,
and during the nast two vean with rhn Arm nf
Browninc A. Emnk -n at Moliuo, has sow opened
a a office in the Ancltoriom buiidlrg. room 5, at
ttoom 33 in Mitchell A Lyndc's new block
Ti ke elevator.
DR. J, . HAWTHORNE,
Teeth extracted without pain by the new
iwiinod. I .
No 1716 Second avenue, over Krell Math's.
BiCKEL & SCHOEMAKER
Vt'tt hel' & Lynde'a Block. Rooms 29-81
(T ake Elevator)
Edwakd L. Hauxati.,
clabk II. Bufouo.
HAM MATT & BUFOREt
AitcniTECrsV B ick Island, IH. toffloc Hoom
41, Mitchell & uynde building.
GEO. P. 3TATJDUHAR
Plats and ttiperintendence for all eluia til
Hjomt 53 and 55. M tchell t Lynde buildine
DR. W. W. ADAMS,
Physiciar and Surgeon.
Special attention : ivon to diseases of the Eye
Office and residence U12 Twentieth street.
Oilice hours: 1010 18 a.m., 8 to 4 and 7 to 8
P. M. Telephone N . 1209.
DB. AS AY.
Physiciah and Surgeon,
1131 Thiud Ave.,
Telephone 127t. Kock Island, III.
Office Hours: 10 a. m. to 12 m., 1 to 8 p. m. and
J, R. Hollowbnsh, M . I, Geo, E, Barth, M. D.
drs. barte & hollowbush
Dhysicianb and Surgeons,
1 Office 40a23r rst. Telephone 1065
Kesidcnce7SlSlstst- " 118S
or ice jocrr :
Dr. Barth Dr. Hollowbnsh
to 10 a. m. 10 to 12 a. m.
ltoxaud? tobp.ia. 2toSand7to8p,m.
r .DR. CHAS. M.. ROBINSON
Eyer Ear, ilose-and Throat
'. - - ' c
"-,' "-. . OHtt
Office McCnllough Building, m W. 3d St.
Iloiirs: 9 to 11 am: 1 to 4 Dm.
J. F. Htibs, M. D. Gbo. W. Wheeler, M. D
DRS1 MYERS? &.WliiiaXER,
. 1 At rm
tcxiLTnisi: w 1
an(lsuinaiie: nft Wnmcn
office over Krell A Math's. Telephone 113.
on ice hocbs:
. " do. aTTEE. , - 5 I rjn, whbkleb.
11 to 12 a. m. ' - ' I 8 to 10 a. m.
S to 5 and 7 to 9 p. m. 1 1 to 8 and 7 to V p. m
Ues. telephone 1'4JU. I Kes. telephone. 1180.
Literatare of Our Tooth. '
; The real, tJatvfaiof itdrary.iBt is to be
fow'nJ in oat iiurSery classics, tLe. fairy tales
of our childhood. Xo matter how old, b&Yf
world' y wise we become, t be potent spell of
those legends never loses its gweet swajr
over our mint's. They are often mercilessly
mangied beyond recognition by the modern
pantomime manager, their plot obscured by
a U'wpUk-rin splendor -and tlie nimplicity
of the favorite themes lost in a maze df
magnificence, but however much adapted
and mutilated' and'eaqurgated, childhood
has still a literature of 4ts own.. We re
member that its scope was "very limited,
and that, far from familiarity breeding con
tempt, it wouldn't have been half the fun
if we didn't know what was coming. .How
we used to listen times without number to
the sanie old stories, laugh at the same old
jokes and cry at the same old points. How
we used to sympathize with ill used Little
Claus and jeer at thediscomfiture of bully
ing UIg C'laus.' ' ' 1 " "
Then came "Robinson Crusoe" and the
"Swiss Family Robinson," after which we
reveled iu Indian, frontier .warfare and
'dreamed of "Headless Horsemen" and
"Mohicans" that should have been extinct,'
but lived to disturb dur sleep. Anon we
devoured "Jack isheppard" and "Tom Crin
gle's Log," made friends with Marryat and
Kingston and lived for a time In an atmo
sphere rf seatights,' daredevil midshiphten,
pirates who had never beurd of scruples
and bloodthirsty buccaneers. Then was
the time that Wo man could come fully up
to oKrideiil'of n lii'ro who had not captured
.with a sbiirle frigata half a dozen felticcas
cniiMineU . between, decks with slaves or
scoured the ser.s as captain of a bold pri
vateer 'with ii'roving commission, unless he
had led a cutting out 'expedition or run the
WockiKle at juidibiy. . . , ,
. The next age. shifts tlis gorgeous
Imagining of t e -Ariiiiiaa 'Xi.its' which
fixed ca the tvtina of 'tc-.r memory images
of Al: lliilm and tiie Forty Thieves, who
helped the, jU-neyoleut .Genius to bring old
Scroog-j, liack to sympathy' and friends,
lJut' Bs'we'gMw' older tlie wants of 'our
nature' widened, and we' found' to' ouf
anxiety that we were browing out of our
books just as we h;td yrown out of our
clothe. Cham hers Journal.
. 1 .. Talleyrand and Hamilton.
, In ld4 Talleyrand, ordered tf'eavo Eng
land and unable to return to "rancc, vis
ited the United States. His impressions of
the country and government were given iu
a long letter printed in France some years
ago and were interesting as the views of a
fcbrewd observer and a keen judge of men.
It has never been supposed that he took any
part in the course of events in America at
that time, or that his relations with Ham
llton a man quite as individual as hinir
self were of any but a social and friendly
nature. A manuscript among the Hamilton
pajiers, however, connects Talleyrand with
one of the incidents of Washington's ad
ministration an incident as puzzling as it
was -interesting the removal of Kdmund
I landed ph.
ilr.X'ouway has given the layman's view
of the matter, and guided partly by senti
ment has sought to defend Randolph at the
expense even of the consistency of every
person connected with the affair. - Jt would
appear Unit Hamilton laid the intercepted
dispatch of Faisvhet before Talleyrand and
asked his opinion. The result was a state
ment or crit ique iu Talleyrand's own hand,
but unsigned! ' It 'is thus the opinion of a
trained diplomat, and there is no reason
for -supposing that it was biased ttgaiust
Randolph. If this opinion reached Wash-)
ington, 4t is notstrauge that he should have
cut loose from Randolph, and certainly the
Frenchman's opinion 'makes short work
liththe skillfully woven but inadequate
defense of Randolph made by Mr. Conwav.
Sew York 'Post. ' ' ! "'
The Mosquito In Knc;land.
It will lie new to many readeTS that the
mosquito, is "now firmly established in Lon
don. It is to lie found in certain huge
hotels whioh are the resort of visitors coin-,
iug from the. continetit, and the supply,
seems to lie maintained by constant . im
portations from abroad. Visitors who are
familiar with the noise mid bite of t he mos
quito assert that it is' the true pest in its'
worst form, and there is no reason ' for
doubting their experiences.! : i ,
A ludicrous mistake iu identity on this
point recently'occurrcd at a large colliery,
in the nortli of England.- The men in a dis
tant part of the mine contplaihfed that, the
workings were full of "mosqnrto-s" and
refused to enter the gallery. As it takes
something worse than a mosquito to fright
en a collier, the maiiager went down to ex-;
plore and discovered, much to his amnzo
luent, that the workings were full of huge
boraetlike, yellow banded flies, whose lar
va;, were hutching out from the wooden
props which supported the roof in the
warm atmosphere of the pit. The bu.z and
rustleof wings were indeed formidable, and
the bite of .the supposed "mosquitoes"
would, by aualogy, be something very 'ter
rible indeed. London Spe,ctaUH,, 1
A Oueer Hallucination.
Three years ago a man called Jurjung
Tain, a district commissioner for the Rus
sian government at firahigivsk, in the
northeust noii-t of Silieriu, imagined he was
a god. Subsequently he declared himself
to le-tlie chief divinity in the Yakutsknn
pantheon. Divine honors were paid to him,
and he was carried through the settlement
daily. On special occasions lie was accom
panied by a wonderful procession, when he
was carried by eight richly dressed men.
seated in a richly ornamented chair, which
was adorned by the wings of partridges,
bells, horses' tails and ribbons, while before
him was a baud of dancers. His career,.
however, was u short one, for lie mis son.
arrested by the military authorities and
sent to Yiadivostock, where he is now con
fined in a lunatic asylum. Boston Globe..
Uishiy Intelligent Cloth.
Customer See here! Look at these
pants! Hought 'em only yesterday, and
they've shrunk half way up to my knees.
Dealer Mein friendt, it ees raining.
. "Of-conrse it 'b raining.", , 1 .
"Und dose pants is vet."
"I should say they were Wet. You didnt
expect rue to keep them dry, di,d you"
"Xo;'I only expects you to keep dosebot
toms clean.'' . :
"They are clean."
"Yah, das is recht. But think how dirty
they vould.be if they vas nod made off our.
fine imported patent self regulating cloth,
Vat raises dose I Attorns out oil de mud."
New York Weekly.
! Vliat Happened to Him. , 1
"Tommy," said the visitor, who wai
very properly endeavoring ' to ' im press a
moral .lesson on the young man's mind,
"have you read the books in your Sunday
tchool lihraryf" "Some of them," be re
plied, rather doubtfully. "Can j ou tell me:
w hat happened' to the boy who went fish-'
ing on Sunday?" "Yes. He cutight three,
catfish and an eel." ' How do you "knoW
that?" "Cos 1 was him." Washington'
A little Oirl't ExoerHEC4 in a L ubihonsa.
Mr. and Mrs.' Lore 11 Trescott are
keepers of the xov. Lighthouse at
Saud Beach, Michl and arc blessed
with a daughter, four years dd. .Last
April i she was taken down with
measles, followed illv a dreadful
cough ami turning into, a fover.
lWtors-at home and at Detroit treat
ed her, but in vain.- she grow- worse
rapidly, until she -.vas a mere hand
ful o- bones.'" Then she: tried i Dr.
Kimr's New Discovery and after .the
tist' of two and a half ' bottler, was
completely cored. i ''1 hey say Dr.
King's Xev Discover" is .-worth its
freight in gold; vet von! may- try a
bottle free at Hart z & Ullemever's.
1 STRENGTH ASH HEALTH.
If you are not feeling strong and
healthy, try Electric Bitters. If "La
Grippe" lias left you weak ami weary;
use Klectric Bitters.' lhis remedy
acts directly on liver, stomach and
kidneys, gently aiding ttieso, , organs
to perform their functions. II you
aro-.afflicted with sick headacJie, von
will find speedy and a permanent re
lief by taking Electric Bitters, (hie
trial will convini-e'y'otl lnit this is
the remedy vou heefT. : Litrgx1 bottles
only 5!k at Hartz i UHcineyeT's.
UfCKLENSi-AUNICA SALVK. .
The best salve in theworld Ir cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt. rheum
Fever sores, tetter, chapped .hands,
chilblains, corns,' and all skin erup,
lion's, and post ,ively' cures pileS or
no pay required. It is' guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction, op money
rvfundexi. Price 25 cents' per box.
For sale by Hartz & lUlleniever :;
. . , Starch Tei-sua II eat.
There is a warm place in the hearts of his
fellow Americans for any statesman who
shall secure the adopt ion of a permanent
internal revenue tax of say 10 a pound on
starch in all forms not edible, A device of
this sort has driven the Louisiana lottery
out of business, and it is an open question
whether starch as used in clothing, at least
men's clothing, is not a more subtle, per
vading and pernicious evil than lottery
tickets. From an irsthetic point of view it
is, of course, a - cardinal sin for which no
penance is in this life adequate. From the
moralist's point of view the offense is near
ly as great, for the sum of wickedness, su
perinduced by starched linen through the
irritation of the nerves when the linen is
still and Uie utter loss of self respect and
self control when the linen is "broken
down" by the infernal heats of our inex
cusable climate, is not easily calculated.
Add to' this the proved hygienic ills due
to clothing the human form, and especially
the important organs of tire thorax- and
the sensitive nerves in the region of the
neck, in fabrics that , alternate between
rigidity and pulpy humidity, and the in
herent unworthiness of starch for the use
t)f intelligent 'human beings is established.
Harper's We;-k!y. :
Tbe How err.
How ihk', h( w rich, how abject, bow minuet,
how com; lhcatci how wonderful, it nan. and it
might be added, how,'-jnorc, so" is woman. With
her peculiarly deliqi e and intenfo organization
the Is the uperlatie degree of men. Even in
'diseases t-he cxcls him. having mimy that he ha
no, rhe has. however, found out a grand reme
dial atcnt for the enre of her dipcae in Dr.
riercie' Fav.rito rreaeription a' medicine
fnitcd to hornoturt! mutator the express euro of
those diseases which affect her. It is cgp ci-illy
Saotivo ir. all wtuknisnn incidental to mothtr
hood, while It is also a pot qui restorative toiic
for the feeble and debilitated generally.
"When Tiahy wn siU, we rrave iier (.'AKtoria.
yfhcnV-hr was a Cinl:l, sbe i-ric.1 for Castoria.'
V."hru she 1h"it.:ih 5Ii.ss, she elun;; ti Castoria.
ATjeh tiie had CI ildren, she pave them Castoria.
Children Cry for
' Lane's Family Medicine moves the
bowels aeh day. Most people need
to use it.
Children Cry for
' Coughing leads to consumption,
ivemp's Balsam will stop the cough
at once '
Chitdrer Cry for
is a dreadful thing
undoubtedly caused by the irritating
effects of dirt.
Outbreaks, and crime generally, are
never possible among people who are
iddicted to tbi use of
The great soother of angry passions
the promoter of ; health and good
feeling. Oeans everything injures
nothing don't be afraid to use KIRK'S
Soap on the most delicate fabrics. ,
JAS. S. lilltlC & CO., Cliioaso.
biiskj Diamond Tar-Soap A "SSUS'I'
' Hot. Michiqan Ave anC Mor.m St.CH CAG0.
51oV Eeadacheond relieve all thotionblet Iflot
dent to a bilious state of tbo ay stem, such aa
Iizziness, Kanaca, DrdwsiaesB. Distreaa after
tr-ting. Tain in the Bide, &c While their most
rciuaikaVle success haa been shown la Coxing
rieaaache, yet Carter's Littla Lrvar KM ara
equally valuable in Constipation, ctirinf? and pre
venting thisannoyinacomplaint, while they als3
correct all disorders of the a toniach .stimulate th
Jiver and regulate the bowela. ivon iX they onlj
! Ac B rney woald be slmort priceless to thoso wS 3
eufer from this distressing complaints but t orra
tataly thoir (?oodn does ixrtend h -ro,and thosa
trhoonee try them will find theee little pills vain
able lo so t.any ways that Uiey will not be wil
Mast to do without tuc-m. Cut after allaick beaii '
fls the bane of so many llvas that here Is vherej
1 I we make our great boast. Oarpillacureitwhlla
Others do not.
Carter's Little Liver Pills aro wy small ana
ery easy to take. One or two pills m kea dosa.
They are strictly voRetable and do no gripe or
purRB, but by Uielr gebtle action please all who
.nsethem. InvialsatliScents; aveffU Sl
ty druggists everywhere, or sent by tail.
' CARTER WELIdKC CO.. Rv York.
UIALIPUI- SKAH COSF WK I PRICE
A new and Complete Treatment, consisting of
psppositoriefs Ointment is Capsnls, also in Box
and Puis; A Positive Cure for External, Blind or
Bleedirg Itching, Chronic. Recent or Hereditary
Piles, Female weaknesses and mtn? other dis
eases : it is always a great benefit to the ircner&l
health. The first discovery of a medical cure ren
dering an operation with the knife unnecessary
hereafter. This Remedy has never been known
to fail . 11 per box. 6 for So ; sent bv mall. Why
suffer from this ferriable disease when a written
enarantee is positivly friven with A bottles, to re
fund the money if not cured. Send stamp for
frfte sample. Guarantee lsttd by our agent.
JAPANESE LIVER PELLETS
Acts like magic on the Stomach. Liver and Bw
els; dispels Dyspepsia, Biliousness, Fever, Colds,
Nervons Disorders.Sleeples sncss.Loss of Appetite,
restores the ijomplection; perfect digestion fol
lows their nse. Positive cn re tor Bick Headache
and Constipation. Small, mild, afy lotako. Large
Vial" of 50 Pills 25 cents.
UARTZ tjLLMKYBR Sole Agents Kock lsV
A. D. HUESIN
Represents, among other time-trlei and well
known Fire Insurance Companies the following:
Royal Insurance Company, of England.
Wescbe ter Fire In. Company, of N. V.
Buffalo German Inc. Company, Buffalo. Y.
Rocbecter German Ins. Co.. itochester, N. Y.
Citizens li s. Co., of Pitts-burg, Ta.
Sun Fire Office, London.
Vnion Ins. Co.. of California.
Security Ins. Co., tw Haven, Conn .
Milwaukee Mechanics Ins. Co., Milwaukee.
German Fire Ins . Co., of Peoria, 111 .
Oflice Cor. 18th St. and 2d. Ave.
Kock Island. III.
"THE OLD RELIABLE."
HAYES & CLEAVELAND
Ue reftatirg over 40 'Million Dollars
of Cash assets
Fire. Life. Tornado-
Accident, Marino, .
Bands of Surety ship.
OFFICE Room 21, Mitchell Jt Lvndt's block
r. -t Inland, Ills.
S3"Sccure uur rates ; tbey will interest yoo.
J M BUFORD
The old Fire and Time-tried Companies
Losses Promptly Paid..
Kates as low as any reliable company ran aflori
Yonr Patronage is solicited. -
' ; I
Washes every thing from a . fine
eilk handkerchief to a gircua
tea t; Lace cur taina a specialty.
No. 1724 THIRD AVE.
. ,' A. M. & L. J. PARKER,
Telephone No., 1214
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STATE SAVINGS BA
Jince Cornoi Fifteenth street ar,d T--,r .
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Organized utder State L ,w.
Open from Ja.ra.t3ri m.t and Wc-iu-sUt
Satnrday nights from" to j,nj ' S
B. A, AlMSWORTH,
J. T. Hr.aSNWAT.
i- -i DinECIOKS:
" Porter Skinner. W. VT. WV'
C.A.Rose, 4 . A. Alt,.',',-.
G.dl. Edwards, W. H. Adams
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REAL ESTATE LOAM
mdc (or private parties in. the Ei-cn
.,-' of OttCUARD, NEBRASKA,
fi. w'. Dart, rrceidect.
1 J. S. Daet Caffce.
Mitchell Jt Lynde. Bankers. i
J. F. Robinson, Cashier Rock I?:std S
c.C. Carter.' V-. D.
li-nry Oaitls Sens, Wnolcsaiemer
Corner Cottnsre Grove avenue and Sixtv.fj--.
street. Only 5 minutes from world's fij
Superior dining room; elevated railroad.
Now open. Rates moderate. Europe
Broadway, Cor. Prince St., New York C.'.r
Refitted and renovated under new mana.-c.;'.
on the European pltn.
Room rates (1 a day and upward .
Restaurant equal to the best in the city a: m:'.
btreet cars from all R. R. station? and ft-.
boat and ferry landings pass the door.
HILDRET1I A ALLEX, Ft; f
World's Fair, Chicaco
IIAWI Calnmet AvonueandnhM-:
n 111 pi ss r Fireproof; M roi-ms-: n-: It
siW I BBSs Grounds: baths on every 11 -x
y m American and Eurnpran p is
UKilUnUr l notuU Write for circular.
he PULLMAN HOTEL
SSth St. and Va&hinLrion Are.
Three blocks from main enirzsc.
Best of R. R. and street car s?rrio.
First-classcafe. Ratesl to;lj.i!
oersotu n rus lor circular.
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235 Wis. Street
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