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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, AUGUST 28, JS93.
THE TBAYEIiEKS' HCIDfc.
Mmriiui iinrx TaUKD ft PiO'TW .ML-
J way depot cornet Fifth avenne and Thirty
fcei street. Frank H. Plommer. agent.
TRAINS. tBat. I iWlit,
coonclt Bians Mim
e Day Express 1 am' 4:45 am
Kaaaes City Day Kzpreaa.. 10:50 pml 6:1 jam
Washington Express M JW pm VI pm
Omaha Express 1:45 am' rti pm
Osaha and Dearer Vee'.i-1
twin Express ' 3.45 am S:2rt am
Ft VToTth.DinTer k aaaCrt; rt:5'i am!ll pm
fltnari-Rock Island Einrw 6:30 pml :fO am
8t Paal and Minneapolis.... 6:1" am' t:flr pm
Kansas City and St. Joe :W am' S :85 pm
Dec Moines, Omaha & Un I
Colo f :40 am 10 20 pm
Daily. rG-'tngeast. ?".'.
F. H Pli-mbr. gu
E. V. ALLtt. Pert. Agt. Paw. Dept, Davenport
BCaL1.Ni.t-i Hu i ,.. i. ,,. i
D- t. '"rut avenue and 1t-k-'
X.J. ioun, went.
' TRAINS. , ....
u L .i 1 Tore 5 o jTSs pm
1 l.cni Krpre ! 7:45 pm V a i
SVPonl Stpreaa 7 0 pa 7 55 a r
nUrtjitwn Psi oer. . i 8 :fo pm 1" 4 am
er.tni; Pa.se .... ; 7:flnn 6:5)pm
LaCroe Paeni:er 9:50 am. 5:"S pm
CHIOAOO. M ILW1UKKB ST. f AVL KAIL
way Hacine Sonthwesteni Division De
pot Twertieth rr;t. between First vi? a"!"ond
avenue, S. D. W. Holme, agent.
TRAIN-. biii I Aaaiva
Mail and liipru-. . "7-OoT '9 30 f-
Pail Kjpr rt 4 4I..3: it 41 air
Ft. e " -nod woti . . . . 41 j 0i
ROCK IXLANDA PEORIA RAILWAY DB
pot First arena and Twentieth vret .
H. Bockwell, Agent.
TRAINS. Lnn Atitri
Pail Mall Express 8 :l n 7:i B pm
tapwas i,)pm 1:25 pm
Cauia fcsctvmiqcdatlOTi 9:10 am 3 0) pm
4:00 dti am
BURLINGTON. CEDAR RAPIDS A NORTH
em railway, depot f ot of Brady street. Dav
enport. J.B.Hunnegui, Gen.T'k't Pass. Aenv.
Pavenport Tralna. Leave. I Arrive.
?senger b :5Spm : M0 45 am
Freight bSOO ami bl 1:15 pm
Leave West Davenport.
West Liberty Trana i tNnnh. ; uthT
Saesenger j bTA m blOitApm
..jali);! pm ; .4 5Ua a
a6 45 am
Freight I hi :15 pm ' b:!Wam
" ....j b9:i5. m M:l5pm
" I Ml :50am
Daily. hDaity except Sunday . ioing north.
Soina- Sooth and eait
HOST DlKt'-T ttdUTE TO THE
ast, 3ouili nrJ Southeast.
8 :30 pm
8 :04 pm
4 :55 pm
Lr. Rock Island.
11 :15 am
1 :15 pm
. 3:40 pm
.; 4-nc pm
: 8:50 pm
.t S:50 Dm
10: 00 am
, t :i' pin
1 :4i am
. 7:8" pm
. 11:00 pm
At. T.oc I'lnry
10:10 am 3:50 pm
I 1 :35 pm 7:05 pm
Accommodiitior. trims leave Rock Island at
It) a. m. and S.-fl p. m: arr.ve at Peoria 8:50 p.
A.andl:lUb. m. Leave Peojla 6:00 a. m. and
7 :14 p. m ; arrive Rock Island 4 :0u p. m. and 1 :3S
Afi train rin dVlv except Snnda;.
Ali passenger trains arrive and dapart Onion
Pree Cbair :-on Fant Expre between Rock
?lood and Peiria. both directions.
Throajrh tlakets to all points; baggage cnecked
thzooh to destination.
I Accom, Accom.
Lv. Rock Nlaail I K.lo am t.OO pm
Arr. Remolds.... 10.2" am 5.0Bpm
Cable 11.00 am 5.40 pro
Lv. Cable 6.3" am 19.50 pm
Ar. Revnold' 7.00 ami 1.45 pm
" Bock Island 7.65 ami .on pm
B. B. BTJDlrOW. . TlCEHOU8.
9aDorintenden.. ' . Tkt. Aceit
Great Rock Island Route
TO THE IHAST.
Bebt Dining Car Service In the World.
The Rock Island is foremost in
anloptinp; any advantage calculated
to improve speed and give that lux
nry, safety and comfort that popular
patronage demands. Its equipment
'a thoroughly complete with vesti
bnled traius, magnificent dining
ears, sleep-rs and chair coaches, all
She most legant, aad of recently im
proved patterns, i
Faithful and capable management
and polite, honest service from em
ployes aro important items. They
xeat'ouble duty to the company
mod to travelers and it is sometimes
a task difficult of accomplishment.
3bsseng rs on this line will find little
taus for complaint on that ground.
The Great Rock Island Route runs all
Tegular trains to Englewood subur
jun station, close to World's Fair
jrounds, nnd you can save time and
rouble by getting off at that point
ad avoitl the crowd in the city.
For full particulars as to tickets,
THBTJ6, rates, apply to any coupon
ticket office in the United States,
Canada or Mexico, or address:
GeuT Tkt. & Pass. Agt., "Chicago, 111.
3 Hi John, Gen'I Mgr. Chicago 111.
THAT MAKES GOOD BLOOD
Win completely cbsntre tr s blood tn yonr srstem
In three months' time, acl aend new, rteh'biood
connlne thruuph your vein i. U von feel exhaasted
and nervous, are petting .nln and all run down.
Gllmore's Aromatic Wine, which Is a tonic and not
beverare, will restore yo l to health and strength.
Mothers, nsa It for yonr caueht era. It Is the best
retmlator and corrector fot ail ailments peculiar to
woman. It earirbes the Mood and irlves lasting
irengto. It is ruaranteec to rare DiarrtKFa, Dys
entery, and all bummer C' mplainta. and keep Uie
bold by ail druggists for tl per bottle.
ook's Cotton Root
A rece nt discovery by an old
physician eucceisfnlly nsed
n onto y by thousands of la
die. Is the only perfectly
sife ind reliable medicine
discovered. Beware of nn
Drincii.led drnptrtsta who of
fer inferior medicines in p ace of this. Ak for
Cook's Cottoh Root Coirsu, take no snbot i
tme, or inclose 11 and 6 cei ts in postaee in letter,
and we will send, sealed, by rt turn mail Fnli
sealed particulars in plair envelope, to ladies
only, 8 stamps . Addrc
POND L LL CCVPANT.
No. 8 Fishet Block, Detrm. Mich.
Bold in Rock lslaad by Msrshall A Fisfaei. P'
per Uooe, Uartc A naonw n 4oih street and 3c
ave.. and drniitnsts eve-vw non-.
E PARME NTER,
ITTORNBV AT LW Mfice in Mitchell &
i Lynt:s new block
JACKSON & HURST,
ATTORNEYS AT LW-Orace In Rock Iland
National Bank building, Roca Island, 111.
b. d. iw et. c. i. WiLkra.
SWEENEY & WALKER.
ATTORN E VS AN D COl SELLORS AT LAW
nfflci in Benetton's bl-ck. Hock Island. 111.
c. 4. searlk. g. SEaBXS.
SEARLE & KEARLE.
ATTORNEYS A D COUNSELLORS AT LAW
and Soii-iior in Chuicery; oitce Buford's
block, I!o. k Isl .nd
McENIRY & McENIRY.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW-jwn money on good
wurltj-, mke colisctions. Refererce,
Mitchell & Lynde, tankti. office in p(stt)ra''e
S. W. ODELL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW Formerly of Port Byron,
and durlnir me past two vears with the firm of
Browning A fintriken at Mo ine, has now opened
an office in the tuditoriam naudirg, room 5, at
R. M. FEARCE,
aoom 33 in Mitchell ft Lrmde'a new block .
DR. J. E. HAW THORNE.
Teeth extracted wlthi ut pain by the ue
No 1716 Second avenne. oxer Krell t Math's.
Drs. Bickel & Sshoemaker,
Mitchell & Lynde's Block, Rooms 29-81.
Edward L. Hamiatt. cxakk H. BuronD.
HAMMATT & BUFORD,
ARCHITECTS, Rock Ialai d. 111. Office Room
41, Mitchell Lynde bt aiding.
GEO. P. STATJDTJHAR
Plans and anperintendetos for all claas of
Room 53 and 55, Mitchell A Lynde building
Till KL.VATC B
DR. "W. W. .1DAMS,
Physician and Surgeon.
Special attention given to diseases of the Eye
Office and resident 312 Twentieth elreet.
Office hours: 10 to 13 a. a., 2 to 4 and 7 to 8
p. a. Telephone No. 1209.
Pliysician and Surgeon,
1134 Third Ave.,
Telephone 1270. Rock Island, III.
Office Honrs : 10 a. m. to 12 m., 1 to 8 p. m, and
J, R, Hollowbush, M, D, Geo, E, Barth, M. D,
drs. barth & hollowbush
Physicians and uegkons,
Office 40923rd st. Telephone 1065
Residence 731 31st at. " 1188
Dr. Barth Dr. Hollowbush--
9 to 10 a, m. I io to 1 a. m,
1 to i and 7 to 8 p. m, t to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m.
DR. CHAR. M. BOEINSON
EYE, EAR, NO?E
Office McCnlloagh Balldii g, 1S1 W. 3d St.
I AVESPOKT, IA.
Honts: 9 to 11 am: lto4Dii.
1 . r. Mtbrb, M. D. Qao. VT. Whekub, M. D.
DRS. MYERS & T7HEELER,
Sarcnrr Md uaea.; mf Wanea
Office over Krell Math'.. Telephone 1148.
DR. rtir. i db. whbbler.
19 to 12 a. m. I 8 to 10 a. m.
2 too and 7 to 9 p. m. 1 1 to S and 7 to p, m
Use. telephene laxi. I Ran. telephone, 110.
THEIR PALACE, CEREMONIES AND
A Hlatory mf the Chamber and the Dalld
lag In Which It Meets Scene. In and
Around the Falace When the Chamber
I. In Session Two Salaries.
To Americans, who know that after
the excitement of the presidrntial elec
tion is over there will be no change of
Importance for four rears, these contin
ual ministerial modifications of the
French cabinet appear strange, and their
effect is prejudicial to France both as
regards her domestic prosperity and her
international prestige. Under the di
rectory there were two legislative bodies
the "Five Hundred' and the "Ancients."
After holding their sessions in various
places more or less convenient it was
decided to give them the Palais Bourbon,
which had been built in 1722, but never
occupied. , Tbey took possession of the
building in the year VII of the republic
(179S). During the preceding year the
necessary improvements had been made
to render it suitable for the use to which
it was then devoted.
From that time, undrr the different
titles of "Palace of the Council of the
Five Hundred," "Palace of the Legisla
tive Corps" and "Chamber of Deputies,"
it has always remained consecrated to
the service of the people's re presenta
tives. From time to time such improvements
as economy would p r;;ut were made,
but it was not until 1S07, under Xapo
leon I, that the granj staircase, sur
mounted by the portal facing the Place
de la Concorde, familiar to all visitors
to Paris, was constructed. Then it was
also that the colossal statues of Justice
and Prudence, Sully, Colbert, L'Hopital
and D'Aguesseau were placed where they
now stand. These statues, by the bye,
which look like marble, are in reality
made of stone and covered with a coat
ing of white glaze.
Under Napoleon I the building was at
first called the "Palace of the Legisla
tive Corps," and the deputies wore bril
liant uniforms. This caused a writer of
the time to say, "He gave the deputies a
brilliant costume, embroidered with
gold, and at the same time withdrew
their right of free speech."
It was in 1S14 that the name was
changed to that the building bears to
day, "Palace of the Chamber of Depu
ties," or, as it is more generally called
now, "Chamber of Deputies." But if
the legislators of the year of grace 1S93
do not wear gold embroidered uniforms
there still remains in their ceremonies a
good deal of the pomp ami ceremony
which usually appertain to monarchies.
The president of the chamber lives in
a mansion on the Quai d'Orsay, the
grounds of which join these surrounding
the chamber of deputies. Before the
opening of each sitting he is escorted
through the long Salle des Pas Perdus
(reserved for the use of members of par
liament and journalists) by a detach
ment of infantry in command of a cap
tain. The drums beat, and the proces
sion is preceded by a gorgeously attired
usher, who announces, "Monsieur le
Thus escorted, the president mounts
his seat, high above the tribune from
which the members speak, and immedi
ately there is a noise of members scram
bling to their seats, like schoolboys afraid
of being marked late. This part of the
proceedings is about as undignified as the
entrance of the president is imposing.
After tapping his desk with a large paper
knife, or in case of much noise ringing
a brass bell, the president declares the
Bitting open, and a relative silence is es
tablished for a moment. The formal
business of reading the minutes of the
last sitting is gone through, and then the
discussion upon the question of the day
begins. ' When unimportant, everybody
who is not engaged in letter writing
talks. When the question before the
house is of interest, silence is maintained
until somebody sets the example of inter
rupting or perhaps insulting the speaker.
Then the scene is one which has often
been described by clever writers and art
ists, but which must be seen to be ap
preciated. The ushers inside the cham
ber, who wear evening dress, white ties
and swords, have frequently to come be
tween excited deputies, who, but for their
intervention, would often come to blows.
These ushers form in reality the most
conservative part of the assembly, for
they, with few exceptions, grow old in
the service. They are almost as familiar
with the rules of the house as the presi
dent himself, and they regard newly
elected members very much as an usher
in a public school regards a new boy.
They know that every deputy drinks
while speaking, and one of them is espe
cially told off to order from the buffet
the particular beverage with which a
speaker is wont to moisten his parched
lips during a heated debate.
It is upon these occasions that the
French chamber treats the world to
some of those surprises "which no fellow
can understand." What is called In
France le petit jeu des comuinaisons is
played, and often a government major
ity of today is turned into a minority to
morrow. The fact is, that the majority of the
deputies are men who would be loath to
lose their pay of 25 francs per day and
the honors attached to the post of repre
sentative of the people. That is why the
fear of dissolution often induces them to
give ft ministry a majority rather than
provoke its overthrow and the crisis con
Two ministerial portfolios are espe
cially coveted those of the interior and
finance for besides .the importance of
the posts there is an ancient custom in
connection with them. The day after
the acceptance of the portfolio one of the
grave, white neck tied, sword bearing
ushers calls upon each minister and
hands him an en6pe containing 60,000
francs for fraia de deplacement, or mov
ing ei pauses. If he retains his portfolio
hvt a sii-gle day, he never returns the
fiajXJU, nr is lie expected to New
A Definition of SomnambnU.m.
In the earlier days it was the common
ly accepted idea that the somnambulist
was possessed. Anything and every
thing that could not be understood or
explained was of the supernatural. To
see an individual apparently asleep and
utterly oblivious tj t'10 greater number
of surrounding cljects and yet so keen
ly avT e to ot here as to be able to per
form the niort intricate actions without
the aid of the souses was so greatly at
variance with the common experience
cf mankind as to call up feelings of as
tonishment and awA not alone to the
minds of the vulgar or laymen, but to
those accustomed to scientific investiga
tion. Modern science has at least dis
pelled this idea of the supernatural,
though it has not yet been cbij to fur
nish a rational theory which will ac
count for all of the manifestations of the
affection. It has done much, however,
toward elucidating the functions of dif
ferent parts of the nervous system and
in that way prepared the mind for "a
Thus, in lS4o, came a definition of
somnambulism as "a condition iu which
certain senses and faculties are sup
pressed or rendered thoroughly impas
sive, while others prevail in most un
wonted exaltation, in which an individ
ual, though asleep, feels and acts most
energetically, holding an anomalous
species of communication with the ex
ternal world, awake to objects of inten
tion and most profoundly torpid to
things at the time indifferent, a condi
tion respecting which most commonly
the patient on awakening retains no rec
ollection, but on any relapse into which
a train of thought and feeling related to
and associated with the antecedent par
oxysm will very often develop." St.
Prononned Hoplft, Tn Raved.
From a letter written by Mrs. Ada
E. Hurd, of Groton, S. 1)., we quote:
"Was taken with a bad cold, which
settled on my lunjjs. Cough set in
and finally terminated in consump
tion. Four doctors pave me up, sav
ing I could live but a short time, "i
gave myself up to my Saviour, deter
mined if I could not stay with my
friends on earth, I would meet my
absent ones above. Mv husband was
advised to get Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption, Coughs and
Colds. I gave it a trial, took in all,
eight bottles: it has cured me, and
thank God I am now a well and
hearty woman. Trial bottles free at
Hartz & Hahnsen's drug store; regu
lar size, 50c and $.
Good looks are more than skin
deep, depending upon a healthy con
dition of all the vital organs. If the
liver be inactive, you have a bilious
look, if your stomach be disordered,
you have a dvsjM-ptic look, and if
your kidneys be affected you have a
pinched look. Secure good health
and you will have good looks. Elec
tric Bitters is the great alterative
and tonic, acts directly on these
vital organs. Cures pimples,
blotches, boils and gives a jrood com
plexion. Sold at Hartz & Bahnsen's
drug store, 50c per bottle
BCCKLES 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 lively 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 & Ulleruever
Their Favorite Amnaemenu
A favorite amusement with the United
States army officers on the Rio Grande is
the Mexican cock fight. Every Mexican
village has its cock pit. and officers on a
few hours' leave cross the river to see the
fun. There are no better cockfighters in
the world than the Mexicans, and as pub
lic opinion sanctions the sport the enjoy
men of everybody is altogether frank.
The acme of the sport is reached when
the apparently vanquished bird, after
having been completely buried in the dust
of the arena to stanch his blood, suddenly
rises as if from the grave, and with one
blow from the spur slays his astonished
rival in the act of crowing over his sup
posed victory. San Francisco Chronicle.
Too Careleas With the English Language.
A clothing dealer in Boston advertised a 1
wool pactaloon. for J, advising the public to
make haste and seenre the great bargain, say
ing: "They will not last long " Probably they
woald not. Neither will your health last long if
yon don't take care of it. Keep Dr. Pierce'.
Pleas mt i'elleta in yonr honie. They are In
dispensable to every family, as they positively
care b'liousne?. a ith Its end', train of dls
tresairg a'iments - a'ck headache, irritability,
cor..tipation. dfzzine-s and indigestion a mar
velous specific for liver and kidney trebles, and
a pore vegetable compound. They are sugar
coster!, the smallest pill, made, and the best, be
caue they do all they promise. AU drncgists
sell them, and the proprietor, guarantee them,
and refund the price if they fall.
When Baby was sick, we gave ner Castoria.
When xhe waaa Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Xisa, she clung to Castoria.
When she bad Children, she gave them Castoria.
Children Cry for
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
bowels each day. Most people need
to use it.
Chiic'reri Cry for
Coughing leads to consumption.
Kemp's Balsam will stop the cough
ChUdreti Cry for
la the best remedy for
oil complaints peculiar
City 'Bus and Express Line.
Telephone Rock Island or Harper Hotels for 'bus or expres
v-triu nd yon will receive proir pt attention.
TIBERLA-KE & SPENCER, Props.
OF KEAL ESTATE.
Bv virtne of an order and decree of the county
court, of Krnk island conuty. state of Iilinoi-,
made on the petition rf the undersiened, James
John-ton. administrator of the estate of
Rosaiie Hartupa-e', deceased, for lesve to sell
the reai e'at of said deceased at the August
term. A. P. lt"!3. of said court, tc-wit :
on the Sth dav of Argust, A. D., 1S9S, I shall
on the 8th day f September rex', between the
botrs of lOo'cloc in the forenoon and 5 o lock
in the afternoon of said dtv. sell at public sale,
at the north door of the c nrt house in the city
of Rock I-land. in said county, the real estate
described as follows, to-wit:
The not th twenty (20 1 acres of the west -half of
'he i as' -half i.f section number two. (). in town
ship sev. nteen, (17!. north rinpe two, (21, west
of the Kourh principal meridian, excepting
therefrom the following described real r.tate, to
wit: Beginning at a point on the half section
forty-two (42) cha'ns and Blty seven (5" links
south of the .uth-wet corner of the south-east
quarter of said section n'ne. i9. and ronn'ng
thence south sixty three (ft l degrees and forty
(10) minutes ea-t (s 63 degree 1 m thirteen
chains and twenty-f ur links, (1324 100 chairs),
thence south flifty-two degree and fifty flv- nvn-
tcs ea (e a decree 8 minute e) ten chain,
and fift -line link- (tlO-M I0.chtias more or less
to I he east line of said wt-balf of the eas. half
of said section nine. (9 containing between said
line and Rook Rivereicht and twenty-two hun
dredths (S 22-100) acres moe or Us?, situated in
the county of hock 1-1 nd, elate of II ino'g on
the following terms, n-imely: each down on de
liverv of deeo.
Dated this h day of August, A. D . 1S93."
JAMES R. JOHNSTON.
Admimsirntor of tne hstate of Rosal e Iiartrajre1,
J OT1CK TO CONTRACTORS.
Scaled proposals will be received at the City
Clerk's office. Kork iflanri. 111., until Mondav,
ept. lsth, ls&S at So'rlori p m.. fnrcnstructing
improvements ordered by an o dinnnce f Mid
ci'y p sei1 fehruary 4"h, 1!4. andentit'ed "An
ordinance for t) o construe i n of a syfte of
tewers in the Seventh ward on Forty-fourth,
Fortv-secoud, Frt tnirj and Forty-flth streets
and Railroad avenue on Sixth avenue, an 1 on
Seventh avenue arid in alh ys in b orb? I and 2,
Brook's addition, in bl cks'B ar.d C. Edgewood
park addition, McMaste 's addition, Fom-for.rta
street ad iltion, aud in Brook's Secord add! ion.
all in the city of Rock Island. Illinois.
Plans and specifications can be seen at the
City clerk's ofSce.
All bids must be accompanied with a certified
check in the sum of S250 payable to tne city
treasnrer of -id citv incase "tbe said bidder
shall f nil to enter into contract, witn approved
suret es, to execute the work for the price men
tio ed in his bid.
The ci y reserves the tight to reject any or all
Rock Island, T! Ane. 45. 191.
A. D. UUkSlNG. City Clerk.
"ottre to Klectric Light Contractors.
Sealed proposals 1 1 be received at the c'ty
clerk's ufflce. Hoc stand, Illinois, until S o'clock
p. m . September 4. for lighting th;Mre. t
of the city by elec ricity, the lamps to be of
standard 2,00(-ndle tower each to the number
ot ICO to 140 lights suspended at street intersec
tions or on p iles at such places a the city may
direct, 'he term of contract to be for five yeirs
from December 1. Ifti3 The speci ficati n can
be seen at the city clerk' office. The city re
seres the riEht to reject any or all tlii-.
A. D Huksue, l'it Clerk.
Date! Rock Islacd. Illinois, Aug. 18 193.
3 TO 3 DAYS.
I ABSOLUTE CURE FTMaN
WILL NOT r.AUftf.
'I O HO OA!. NO TA.I
x -- Dtv.aOGMrr
v tucfejro atsu i'euriA.
T a- THOMAS 8ol Aeent
BBBBBBBW- . u
T H- THOMAS.
rr.wt whiiM c, , i 1
for mf Itnnaliinl H i r . . V, t-f
IVOllP rimwtst t.r . I...I.U
I Big O. It cures in a few d.va
withoatthe aid or publicity of a
doctor. Non poitonous and
I guaranteed not to stricture.
i in Liuvrrtai Amman Curt.
. ins Ev&ni Loemicai Co.
u. a. a.
Cor. Michigan Ave and wonroe St. CHICAGO.
THOROUGH INSTRUCTION. CHEAP tOARaiN.
A MIDICAL BOOK worth
DOLLARS, sent for 10 cents In
11 Per Bottle at Druggists.
50c Trial 61ze sent by mau.
Letters for advice Harked
"Consulting Department" are
seen bj our physicians only.
rot-PHOK meoicme co,
H. It. Colman, See'y,
A. 0 HUESING,
Represents, among other time-triel an lwen
known Fire Insurance Companies, the folloair.g;
Royal Insurance Company, of England.
Wesche:ter Fire Ina. Company, of N y.
Buffalo German Ins. Company, Buffalo N Y
Rochester German Ins. Co.. hocbester N T '
Citizens' Its Co., of Pittsburg Pa.
Sun Fire Office, London
Union In. Co., of California.
Security Ins. Co., ew Haven, Conn
Milwaukee Mechanics Ins. Co., Miiwa'ji..e.
German Fire In.. Co., of Peoria, 111.
Office Cor. 18th St. ami 2d Ave.
Rock Islam.. Ill
"THE OLD RELIABLE."
HAYES & CLEAVELANL
Representing over 40 Million Dollars
of Cash assets
Fire. Life. Tornado.
Bonds of Suretyship
-1V'STni21-SlitcbeJ Unto' block
ttock Island, 111.
tSfSecnre onr rate. ; they will interest you.
J M. BUFORD,
General . . .
The old Fire and Time-tried Companies
Losses Promptly Paid.
Rate, as low as any reliable company cm afford
You Patronage is solicited.
STATE SAVINGS BANK.
Office Corner Flfteeatk street and Third Ave,
Succeed, the Moline 8a vines . ana. Organised 1869
5 Per CENT INTEREST . AID OS DEPOSITS.
Organised under State Laws.
"a" from a. m. to S - m., and Wednesday and
oaiuraay mgnts from7 to 8pm
B. A. AraswoBTH.
1. F. HusawAT.
ol78k,n,ler V7.W. Wells,
t.. A. Rose, M . A. Alnsworth,
Q. H. Edwards. W. H. Adams,
Andrew Frlberp, p. p. H.meuway,
REAL ESTATE LOANS
n..de for private parties in the garden
spot of the west by the
Orchard State Bank
of ORCHARD, NEBRASKA.
E. W. Daet. President.
I. 8. Daxt Cashier.
Mitchell Lynde, Bankers.
J. F. Robinson, Caufcie Rock Island Nation a
C.C.Carter. M. D.
Henry Dart's Sons, Wholesale Groer.
Correspondence solicited. .4