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THE AHGU8, TUESDAY, AUGUST 22, 1893.
THE TEATELEKS' GUIDE.
CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND PACIFIC KAIL
way Depot'eornei Fifth avenne and Thirty
first street. Frank H. Plnmmer, agent. -
uoancll Binds Mwneso-
ta Day Express (I ' r05
Kansas City Da; Express . 10:M
f Washington Express.. .. I lisssn
Omaha Express 7:45
Omaha and Denver Venn-1
bale Expre-s i JM3
Kansas City L ml ted ...: :.Vi
8tnart-Rock Island Express
St. Paul and Minneapolis
Kansas city ana m joc.
Des Moines, Omaha & L'n
:t0 am :0
DailT. tatngat. K4oinx west. j Pol'
lnan sleeDintr car ia sidetracEet at Davenport
and taken to Chicago ilaily by th-st-ain. "lh.6
car is readv for oocuparc. at s p. ru. "or re'
ration cf berths, tic set, etc., telephone 1093
kock island, or a;;iy at depot.
F. H Pm-xveb. ' gt.
L. M. Allen. Gen. agt. P.ss D-p', oaeni.rt
BCKLlNttTON K-CTa C, 0. t?.
way Depot First svenir and Sifren' -H.
J. Yoanir, aaer.t.
... it 45 an ! 7?:tt pn
' ''45 pn:! 35ii
. . . . 7 in pn. I 7 55 a i
' :50 prsi 1:4 am
?:An-. : 6:1V) pm
9:.Yiam 5: 8 pm
"t. Loi- 'v.ore.B. . ...
t ' cnl Sureie ..
St. Paul Stpress
Serin Paste -i ..
Lacrosse Paen2r ...
CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE ST. PAUL KAIL
way Kacine k southwestern E'.visier De
pot Twentieth street, between Firt and Serocd
iTetiae. E. D. W. Holmes, acreut.
TRAINS. Leave Iamih
alfcii and Sipres.- 7 :0 i " 9 30 .
6. Patii KxprcSr 4 4) (ili1 U-4i in
Pt. ffomod!iftr, "45 r , 0
ROCK ISLAND A PEORIA RAILWAY I't
pot First avenuo .tcl Twentieth v.rctt J
d. Rockwell, Agent.
TRAINS. j Lv Kb.:r;r-
Past Xall Bzpruss i Mft a ': ,"
nYxptfcsa 1 i Si' pm :2n pu.
CaMe Accommodation j 9:10am j 0 po
i 4;.T0 n-n -
BCRLlNtiTON. CEDAR P.APIDS NOKTH
ern railway, depot fiot of Brady street.Dav
enport. J.K.Hannezjn, Gen.T'k't A Pa's . Aent.
PaTenport Trains. Leave, j Arrive.
Passenger ! fri :V pni'MO 45 am
Freight i M 00 am bll:15 tm
Leave West Davenport.
West Liberty Tram- . North, nth .
Paasenuer t7:f tu binpm
" ali:3 i ;m a4 50a n
" , ati 45 am
Freight I hi :H pin i b8:Wam
b9:tft. m ; bl :15pm
" ' bll:5iam
.Daily. bDal'y except Snni ty. do.ng north.
Coins Sonth and easi
I08t DIBBCT BOOTSi TO Ta
East, South aad Southoast.
'Fast at'I. Express
Lv. Rock Island 8:Oi am S:anpm
Ar. OrLn 8:4am 3:04 pm
Camhridiie HMHam 3:-37pm
Oalya 9:.' am 8:57 pm
Wyomlns 10:11am 4:33pm
Prlncevtlle 10.80 am 4:55 pm
Peoria 'II :15 am 6:40 pm
Oioomlnirton 1:15 pmi 9:15 pa;
fprinefleld ?.:40pm 10:ipm
Jacksonville 4-0Lpm! 12-05 n'i
Decatnr.... .-. :5flpmi 10:0l)pm
Daevilie .'3:50pm( 13:10 am
Indianapolis 6:55 pm 3:35 am
Terre Hunt T:l" pm ' 10:00 am
Bvansriile l:)am 7:35am
St. Louis 7:3tlpmj, 7:40s:r
Cincinnati 11 :00 pm 7:J0 n't
Lv. Peoria ,lu:10 am, 3:50 pm
At. Rock Island I l:ftpmi 7:0Bpm
Accommodation trains leave Rork Istanfl at
if: JO a. m. and 6.0) p. m ; arr.ve at Peoria 1:50 p.
m. and 1 : 15 a. m. Leave Peoiia 8:00 a. m. and
7 :15 p. m; arrive Rock Island 4:00 p. m and 1:35
All trains r'ln 4a!ly except Sandaj.
All pae -iijer trains Tie and depart Onion
Free Cnair c'on Fast Erpres" between Rock
Ta'.ond and Peoria, both directions.
Through ticket to all points : bagsraae cnecked
throng h to desttnatton.
' 9.10 am
Lv. Roce Island.
6.: am IliO pm
7.0) a-j 1.45 pm
7 55 am' 8.00 trm
" Bock Inland
Great Rock Island Route
TO THE HAST.
Best Dining Car Service in the World.
The Kock Islaml is fort'niost in
ailojitiri"; :inr advantage calculated
to improve Hpiicd and pive that lux
ury, Biifety and comfort that jiopnlar
patronage dcniands. Jt.-i f(niinni'iit
thoroughly conijilcti; with vesti
liulcd trains, majjnilici'rit dininp;
rars. slct'tH-rs and cliair 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
tnd to travelers and it is sometimes
a task tliliicult of acconijilishment.
Passengers on this line tvin lind little
cause for complaint on that ground.
The Great Kock Island Koute runs all
VfviijJar trains to Englewood Htibur
vin station, close to 'World's Fair
..nil you can 8ave time and
r. t l.. . ;y jetting oil t that point
nd avoid the crowd in the city.
" For- full particulars as toi tickets,
maps, ratos, apply to any' coupon
ticket ollice in, tlic ,United States,
Canada or Jrexico, or address: '
. . JNO. SEBASTIAN,
."T . & Pass. Agt., Chicago, Ili.
E. Sr us, (ien'l Mgr. Chicago 111.
THAT f.filKES G06D BLOOD
GIL MO RE'S
"Will completely ctiantTa the Wood hi your rstem
In three montin time, and snd new, rich Diood
coursing throuK'h your veins. IX you feel exhausted
and nervous, ar netting thin and ail ma down.
GiiQiore'a Aroma lc Wine, which is a tonic and not
ft beverajre, will -estore yon to health and trenrth.
Mothers, ae it for your danshrprs. It i the bet
repulatorand corrector for all ailments peculiar to
woman. It enri--hes the Mood and Rives lasting
akTensrtn. It la cuaranteed to rare DJ&rrbtra, Dys
enterv, and all buiuncr Complaints, and keep Uto
bold by ail dmrgista for ?1 per bottle.
THE GKK T ENGLISH REMEDY.
Promyt'.y and perma
nently rnro'i all forms ol
Nervous Weakness, Emis
sions, Spermatorrhea, Im
potency and all effects ot
abuse or excesses: beti
prescribed ever 35 years
Dcforc and Alter- et medicine known; ak
druegisis forWroD'sPH si bodine: if be of m
some worthless laedicine In place of this, leave
his dithone-t f-tt re. rncli.se price in letter anc.
we will send ouly return mail. Price on packs?
fl : six. $5; one id ple.se. six will cure; pam
phlet in pl.in scaled envelope, a stamps; addresr
WOOD CHEMICAL CO.,
131 Wetdwara avenue. Detreit Mich.
E. I ARMENTER.
ITT.'RNBY AT LW Office in Mitchell 4
L na. s new ilock
JACKSON & HURST,
IT TOR NETS AT LW Office In Rock Island
National Bank building. Hoc Island, 111.
E. D. SVEC'ET. C. L. WALKER.
SWEE1IEY & WATJKER-
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
office in Bencston's block, Kock Island. 111.
C. J. SEARl.K. s, w. SEA RLE.
ATTORNEYS AD COUNSELLORS AT LAW
and So'icitor- in Chancery; office Bufora's
block, Kock Island.
MoENIRY & McENIRY.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW Loan money on good
security, mike collections lirterppro.
Mitchell fc iyndi-, tankers. Office in Postoffice
k. w. nniri T &
ATTORNEY AT LAW Formerly of Port Byron.
- - uu. xuiiAs. ut w3(. i w j ;cir w Hi4 a lie 11 1 ill ifl
Rmvniro Littsil-.,r. a UaIU. K.. I
v t v uiHk u, uun l.t,u muiiutl, UN UU W ULICUCti
aa office in the Auditorinm baiidliie, room IV, at
R. M- PEARCE,
itoom 33 in Mitchell t Lynde's new bloca
1 ake elevator.
DU. J. K. HAWTHORNE.
Teeth extracted without pain by the ne
No 1726 Second avenne. over Krall Math's.
Drs. Bici:el & Schoemaker,
Mitchel' & Lynie's Block. Rooms 29-81.
Edward L. Hams atx. Clark H. BttroRD
HAMM&.TT & BUFORD.
A RcnrTECTS, l!ock Island, Til. Office Boom
i-k. i, jiiicneu a x,ynae Duuainc.
GEO. P. STATJDTJHAR
Plecs and su;h rittendenee for all class ol
Rooms 53 and 55, Mitchell A Lynde bnlldine
DR W. W. ADAMS,
Physician and Surgeon.
Special attention given to disoaees of the Eye
an i Ear.
Office and reside ice 312 Twentieth s:rcet.
Ollice hours: 111 to 12 . m., 2 to 4 and 7 to S
P. M. Tcleptm e No. 1400.
Physician and Surgeon,
1134 Tuiui) Ave.,
Telephone 1270. Kock Island, III.
office Hours: 1( a. in. to 12 m.$ 1 to 3 p. m. and
J. R. Dollowbush, M. D, Geo, E, Uarth, M. D,
DRSARTH & HOLLOWBUSH
DlIYSIOlANf AND SUROKONS,
- Omce4093frdst. Telephone 105
Uesidence Dl21stat. " 1188
Or. Bartb l)r, Uollowbnab
to 10 n, m. 10 to ia a. m.
1 to i aiidT to 8 p.m. I 1 to 5 and 7 tD 8 p.m.
DR. CSA5. M. HOELNSON
EYE, EAR, NOSE
.AND TH.R0 AT
Office McCulioi.gh Building, 134 W. 3d St. .
Boure: 9 to 11 am: 1 to 4 urn.
J. F. M ybbs, M. D Geo. W. Wheeler, M. D.
DRS. & WHEELER,
Horssry and Itianasmsi or Wsmrn
. . Office over Krell k Math's. Telephone 1148.
oncB Botrnn: , -
DR. TEES DR. WHEELER. ,
It to la a.m. I 8 to 10 a.m. t
2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p. n. 1 1 to 3 and 7 to V p.j m
U98. telephone VJfit. Ke. telephone, 1180.
Ancient girdles were in 6ome respects
like the chatelaines not long ago eo much
the rage among the ladies, but they dif
fered therefrom ia being more useful,
more comprehensive in regard both to
eex and to articles worn, and when com
pletely furnished more costly. , It is
partly for this last reason that we find
girdles bequeathed as precious heirlooms
and as valuable presents to keep the
giver's memory green after death. They
were not infrequently of great intrinsic
value. One of King John's girdles was
wrought with gold and adorned with
gems, and that of the widow of Sir
Thomas Hungerford, bequeathed in 1504
to the mother church of Worcester,
was of green color harnessed with silver
and richly jeweled.
Net a few wealthy commoners were
able to aif ord the luxury of gold embel
lished belts and were not superior to that
pardonable vanity so long as no regula
tion prohibited them. Those who have
studied our social history will not be
surprised to learn that enactments wero
passed restraining them. Edward III
forbade any person under the degree of a
knight from wearing girdles, gilt or sil
ver, unless he should happen to be an es
quire of sub.itance valued at more than
000, when a reasonable- embellishment
was tolerated. Henry IV confirmed this
regulation, but it does not seem to have
been stringently enforced, for Edward IV
was constrained to impose a penalty of
i0 pence upon the wives of servants and
laborers who should have the pertinence
to aspire to be as ginnl as their masters'
spouses. Chambers' Journal.
Making the Moot of Household Pets.
Whatever beast is .kept it should have
its own quarters in which it is at home
and free from intrusion and to which it
can retire when it chooses. This home
should be kept clean and sweet by fre
quent changes of bedding and the use of
soap and water. No one has a right to
keep an animal in confinement wno finds
it too much trouble to attend to its health
and comfort. It should be regularly fed
on food that is most healthful for it, and
what is quite as essential to its happiness
and consequently to its health, it should
be talked to and noticed as much as any
body. I am certain many animals and birds
suffer and die in our homes from pure
loneliness and from being regarded by
their human neighbors ' as creatures of
an altogether different nature. Whereas
the trnth is, if one will but cultivate
their acquaintance, he will be astonished
to see how the dullest and most stupid
will wake out of its apparent torpor and
show understanding and character.
I know a family very fond of pets, in
which the creatures show most extraor
dinary individuality. Their cats do
things no cat was ever before known to
do; their parrots and other birds show
what we call human nature in a won
derful degree, and their dogs almost
talk. The reason is plain; the animal or
bird is made one of the family. It is
talked to and petted as well as cared for.
Its intelligence develops, and the beast
becomes very like the human being.
Olive Thorne Miller in Harper's Bazar.
A Gleam of Sunshine.
I stood in the great courtyard of Sing
Sing prison two days before the famous
escape of Roehl and Pallister. The genial
k eerier had shown us everything and ev
erybody of the hundreds of prisoners
save the fatal five in the condemned
cells. We had seen the workshops, the
dining room, the tiny Bleeping apart
ments, the chapel painted by a convict's
pencil with scenes from the "Prodigal
Son." As we turned to go away the at
tendant called to me:
There was a little girl, the daughter of
an official of the prison, surrounded by
three men in stripes. How they kissed
her innocent face and almost worshiped
her as she stood among them with the
Bunlight playing around her slender
"Strange thing, sir, but these fellows
do so love children!" said the keeper.
"If we only let them play where the
prisoners can see them, they will watch
them by the hour and spend days in
making little toys for them. Ay," con
tinued he, "and robins, mice, rats, any
thing alive, they will catch, tame and
The scene in the grim, gaunt prison
was a fascinating one. As the great iron
gate clanged behind us I turned and
looked again. The group was still there,
gilded by the April sunlight. New York
Ledger. A Cyclist Catches a Truin.
"We have all seen men run for a train,"
said a traveler. "The other day I saw a
man make a break for one on a bicycle.
We htid halted at a station from which a
straight, level road ran back at a right
angle to the railroad. At a considerable
distance up that road we saw a man com
ing on a bicycle. A man afoot couldn't
have got anywhere near us from that
distance, and it didn't seem its though
the man on the wheel could get within
rods of us, but he came down the street
whizzing. When he had come about
half the distance, the conductor gave the
signal to stai"t, and the engineer sounded
the whistle and started the train. It
was astonishing how fast the man on the
wheel was coming now. There was a
broad, level space around the station.
The bicyclist swept over this in a great
curve that landed him alongside the bag
gage car. Dismounting, he lifted his
wheel up to the waiting hands of the bag
gage master. A fraction of a second lat
er the steps of the first passenger car
came ciong, and the bicyclist stepped
aboard a winner." New York Sun.
About How He Felt.
Mr. and Mrs. Fitts were cut driving.
"I wonder," said she, "just what the
poor horse's feelings are? It must be
just horrid to be driven and dragged
around, without any idea as to where
one is going, except as some one directs.
"I fancy lean appreciate his feelings.''
replied Mr. Titts calmly. "I imagine he
feels jrst about as I do when you take
j mo. out ou a shopping trip." London
i'it-itits. ' . i
Bof Try Thi
It will cost you nothing and will
surely no vou'gootl. if you have a
cough, cold, or any' trouble with
throat, chest or lungs. ,Ir. King's
New Discovery for consumption,
coughs or colds is guaranteed to give
relief, or money will be paid back,
sufferers from la grippe found it just
the thing and under its use had a
speedy and perfect recovery. Try a
Sample bottle at our expence and
learn for yourself just how good a
thing it is. Trial bottle free at Harts
and Ulmeyer's drug store. Large
size 5-V and $1.
S. H. Clifford, New Castle, Wis.,
was troubled with neuralgia and
Rheumatism, his stomach was dis'
ordered, his liver was affected to an
alarming degree, appetite fell away,
and he was terribly red n ceil in llesh
and strength. Three bottles of elec
tric bitters cured him.
Edward Sheppard, Harrisburg, 111.,
had a running sore on his leg of
eight years1 standing. Used three
bottles of electric bitters and seven
boxes of Buckley's Arnica salve, and
his leg is sound and well. John
SpeaV er.Catawba. Ohio. had live large
fever sores on his leg, doctors said he
was incurable. One bottle Electric
Hitters and one box Buckley's Arnica
salve cured him entirely. Sold by
llartz & Ullemeyer's drug store.
BCCKLEN S 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 .ivcly cures piles or
no pay required. It is guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
For sale by Hartz & Ullenieyer
When Baby was sick, wo gav ,w-r tBstnrta.
TVhcn -io was a Child, sho cried f,or Cnstorix
"When she became Hiss, she clunj to Costoria,
When she had Children, she gave them Castor la.
Lane's FaniHy Medicine moves the
bowels each day. Most people need
to use i.
Coughing leads to consumption.
Kemp's Balsam will stop the cough
It Is averrefl that a sausage ana a siice
of bread and butter compose the Prince
of Wales' breakfast five mornings out of
DR. L. L. CAEXTR.
Stricken Down with Heart Dissaa. .
Xr. MiUm Medical Co., Elkhart. Jnd.
GEimjniET : I feel it ray fluty, ns well ..-.
pleasure, to publish, unsolicited, to the world t at
benefit received from pn. miles- Rr.T0nTi
Remedies. I was stricken down with atari
JUmrase and its complica tions, aropid pulse v..r
itiR from 90 to 140 beats per minute, a chok r.); ,
burning sensation in the wind pipe, oppres-i
rion of the hart and below lower rib, pain n . :. .
a.-nis, shortness of breath, tleeplessr.c.-s, weukn '-:
-lid ceneral debility. The arteries in rr.v
would throb violently, tne throbbiupiof my h ..
could be heard aenvs a large room a:id .
tihake my whrle body. I was so nervous t,:..'
could not hold my ;iand steady. oT have
.tnoVr the trratmjnt of eminent phviciir&.
tziid have takrn galUmsof Patent tcdtr!'i
eirtoMt tJif lat henrt. A friend recr-
ncTided your remedies. She ws cured ty '.
; liiea' renicdits Ifcavetaken .
i .roe buttles of your Newfl!2fc l
.iriirt Cure and two bottles w I DUi '
Aorvine. My pulso is normal, I bare no cr- .
violent llirobt'inttof the heart, sat a wcti v.
i Micerely recommend every one with bvmpiiu...
cf Ueart Disease to take lr. Mila? iiaturv
IT"- Rmdiea tni Oo curvd.
Uypsuu City, Kans. L. L. Caeheb.
Sold on at I'osltive Guarantee.
OR WON CV RETURNED
A new and Complete Treatment, consisting of
suppositories. Ointment in t apsnle, alxo in Boe
and Puis; A Positive Cnre for Kiteriuil. Blind or
Bleeding Itchinit, Chronic. Keren' or ilereditsry
Piles, Female weaknesses and mr.iiv other dis
eases; it is always a preat benofit to the general
health. The first discovery of a medical cure ren
dering an oneraiiou with the knife unnecessary
hereafter. This K-mcdy has never neen known
to fell. 91 per box. for 85 ; sent bv mail. Why
suffer from this terriahle disease WLhen a written
trnaramee is positwly plven with Ixittles, to re
fund the mouey if not cured. SenJ stamp for
tme saiu'e, iunraul.ee usad b) out atiei,'..
JAPANESE LIVER PELLETS
Acts like miurtc on the utomach. Liver and Baw
et: dispels Dyspepsia, Biliousness, Fever, Colds,
Nervous Disordurs,sWepltsness.LnBS of Appetite,
restores the coroplection ; perfsct digestion fol
low, their use. Positive cure tor Hick Hbadachb
and Constipation. mall, mild. asy to take. Large
Vialof 50 Pills 85 t ents. ,
HARTZ t pLLMKYEB Sole Aganu Kock Ie
. A HIGHLY DlGEfnTBLE AND
-SEST AND COCS FARTMEer- M
Tii Exqu'sito Natural
No Vanilla Used to Cover
"HE THAT WORKS EASILY, WORRj
The thorough inst action f-iven at this School is verified by mere than l'ij (; 'Strut E ...
cslng their Students.
112 and 114 Eist Second Street, DAVKNPUK , lOWi
In the Circuit Conn, in Chsnccry .
Sept. term A. !., 1S9S.
Home Building and Loan sssoc'etlon of Rock
Island vs. HaTy Fischer.
Affidavit of non-residence of Harry Fischer
the above defendant, having been filed in the
clerk's office of the circuit court, notice is hereby
given to the said non-resident defendant that the
complainant filed his bill of complaint in taid
conrt, on the chancery side thereof, on the
Twenty-flirt day of July, 1&. and that thereupon
a gummona issued out of said court, wherein said
snit is now pendina, returnable on the first Mon
day in the month of September neit, as is by
law required. Now. unle 8 yon, the said non
resident defendant above named, Harry Fischer,
shall personally be and appear before said circuit
court on the first day of the next term theteof, to
be holden at Kock Island in and tor the said
county, on the first Monday in September next,
and pU ad, arswer or demur to the id com
plainant's bill of complaint, the same and the
n.atlcra and things therein charged and tta ed
will be taken aa confessed, and a decree entered
against job according to the prajer of said bill.
GEOKGE W. GAaBLE, Clerk.
Rock Island. Illinois, July SI. 1893.
Jackson & Brits r.
Solicitors for Comp'ainant.
DS INISTRATOE'S saLK
OK REAL ESTATE.
By virtne of an order and decree of the county
court, of Rock island county, state of Iilinoi-,
made on the petition rf the undersioed, James
i', John-ton, administrator of the estate of
Rota.ic HartnFge', deceased, for leave to sell
the reai estat of said deceased at the Augcst
term, A. I. ls3, of said court, to-wit :
on the Sth dav of Argust, A. D., 1SH3, 1 thill
on the 6;h day t.f September rex", between the
ho l rt of 10 o'clock in the forenoon and 5 o lock
in the afternoon of said dty. sell at pnblie sale,
at the north door of the a.urt house in ihe city
of Knck Inland, in said county, the real estate
described as follows, to-wit:
The noun twenty (2J acres of the west-half cf
ihe as"-iiallf section number to.(2). in town
ship seventeen, il"t. north range two, 2l. west
of the Fourth principal meridian, excepting
therefrom the following decribed real cerate, to
wit: Beginning at a point on the half section
forty two (42 chains and flity-seven (57) links
south of the sutb-we&t corner of the south-east
quarter of said section nine. (9, and running
thence south sixty three (63) degrees and forty
M) minutes eatt (s 63 degree 40 m e thirteen
chains and twenty-four links, ( 13 44 100 chains),
thence south fiifty-two degrees and fif ly-five min
ites east (s Side reesTiB minnte e) ten chains
and fift-Llne links (ilO-M lOOchaias more or less
to the east line of said wast-half of the eas. half
of said section nine, (9) containing between said
line and Rock River eight and twenty-two hun
dredths (S 2-J-100) acres more or less, situated in
the county of hock Islt-nd. state of Illinois. on
the following terms, namely; Cash down on de
livery of dree.
Dated this Sth day of August, A. D.. 189S."
JAMES R. JOHXSTON.
Administrator of the katate of Rosalie Hartrage',
STATE SAVINGS BANE.
office Corner FlfteeEth street and Thud Ave.
Succeeds the Molme havings ai.a. Organised ltM
3 PerCCST 15TEKST .AID ON DEPOSITS.
Organized nnder Suite L.iws,,
0,n rrora 9t.rn.io8i ., and Wednesday and
Saturday nights from? to 8pm
ti. A. ArMSWOBTH,
J. F Uemenwat.
Porter Skinner. W. W. Wells,
C. A. Rose, M. A. Ainsworth.
Q. H. Edwards, W. M. Adams,
inilrew Knberg. F. Uomeuway,
Western 1 is vest men ts
REAL ESTATE LOANS
made for private parties in the earden
spot of the west by the
Orchard State Bank
of OHCUAKQ, NEBRASKA.
K. W. Dart, President.
J. b. Dart Cashier.
Mitchell & Lynde, Bankers.
J. F. Kohmson, Cashier Hock Island Nationa
t . .'. Carter, w . D.
'ienry Uait's Sons. Wholesale iirocr.
Triinc pi. -.a
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XhJ2 Pena DAiin CO. Milwaukee. Wis
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Represents, among other tiae-:rlei ui
known Fire Insurance Compaties.Uiefoair-
Foyal Insurance Companv. of E-j s-.
Wescbeter F.rc 1ns. Con-.par,T."o: S v
Buffalo German Ins. Cf mpa:V. B Silo
Rochester German Ins. Co., luKCttttr N I
CitiEens Irs. Co., of Pittsbur- !'t '
Sun Fire Oftice, Lond.n.
Cnion Ins. Co., of California.
Security Ins. Co., ew llavin. (on:.
Milwaukee Mechanics Ins. to n ,
German Fire Ins. Co.. of I'scrla.i; ;.
Oflice Cor. 18th St. an ! l'1 Are.
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"THE OLD RELIABLE.
HAYES a CLEAVELASI
Eeprescntitig over 4y Million DoUtnl
of Cash assets
Fire. Life, Tornado-
Bonds of Suretyship-
OFFICE Room 21, Mltche.l 4 Lyn4t' fc.
dock Islaaa, Ills.
ClfSecare uor rates ; they will ink-rest jci
J M BUFORD,
General . .
The old Fire and Time-tritd Com; i.:o
Losses Prcmptlv Pali
Sates as low as any reliable tompar.y c v. J
Your Patronage is aol'.ctttti.
Corner Cottage Grove avenue ai. l :'f'x
street. Only 5 minutes from worV?
Superior diniug room; elevated r.-.i'r .
Now open. Rates moderate. Ei.r-;- -i-W
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Broadway, Cor. Prince St.. New Yo.-k C
Refitted and renovated nudt-r new ni:--'--'11
on the European pl-n.
Room rates (i a day and npw int.
Restaurant ecjual to the bett in the f t; 11
Mwl mr, from ll R. R. stations r.i fti-
boat and ferry landings pass the dotir.
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