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THE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 0, 1193.
TTO TjUTTLEKS' WIPE-
Cuicauo, rock island a pai 'rio kail
way Depot eornei FLfth-.vetineand Thirty
(rat meet. Frank H. Plummer, agent.
ooaccn Bind. A Minneeo- '
ta DT Express
(mu City Day KinroM..
Omaha and Denver Vesti-1
bale Express f
Ft Worth,D.'ner A i-Stnart-Kock
St Paul and Minneapolis
Kansas City and St Jw
Des Koine?, Omaha A L'n I
rflS ami 4-4S am
10 :50 proi t:lj am
1:"Y1 r.arJ nm
3 .45 am 7:1ft pm
3.45 ami 3:30 am
4:5ii am ;05 pm
6:1T am 8:0 tn
6:10 am, f :35 pm
:40 am!10 20 pm
Daily. tG ring east. .i" n' ef .
F. II Fl.l'MUKR, ' gt.
L. M. Ai.Liiy. Gen. Ajrt. Pi . Dept. tnw n iort
DflUN.tT t. c L . - .. a . cAi.
a- a iK'pit First w rin- and Pixi''n!,h
. J. Voting, ut,-nt.
t rni Bx.irtjia
8t. Paul ivre
trdatwa Pba engei
er,ov: Peenr-" ..
La?rose Passenjer ..
' a 5 u
1 1 45 pit.
7 0'. pir.
. 7 -N Mr
i -v p n
7 55 a
I" 4 .
5:' 5 pm
GdlCAliiJ MILWAUKEE A jT. r'AV'L KAIL-it-Racine
A Somtwestern Division De
V tietb s' reel. between Vir- and Heeond
vente. 3. D. W. Holmes, aeeut.
TRAINV ulltl 14HIVK
.. ind txpraso 7 On in 9 30
St S:-. ... 4 4Cja: Harare
t r n-no-lHr'nr 4", 0
OCK ISLAND A PEORIA RAILWAY uh
1 pot First avcum and Twentieth i:ni "
Faei Kail Express
Sn am 7: 5 p.-
2 :' pm 1 "25 po
:in am 1 0 i pr
BURLISGTGN, CEDAR RAPIDS A NORTH
ern railway, depot foot of Brady street,Dav
enport. J.B.Hannegan, Gen.T'k't Jt Pass. Aeent.
Leave. I ATlve.
bl pm MO" 45 am
bl 00 amlbll:15 I m
Leave West Davenport.
West Liberty Trains
Frelsht ...'.".".'";.."." '.
North. :S nth.
. b7 5 m blOitopm
. a10:3i pm a4 SOa-a
. i afi 45 am
j hi :15 pm ; bSiPOam
b9:l5 pm I hi :15pm
.1 :M! :50am
aDaily, bDal'y except Sunday. tUoin; north.
OoinR South ami cast
MOST DIBKCT kdlTtS TO fHl
East. South and Southeast.
Lv. Rock Island 8:0am 8:80 pm
At. Orion 8:45 am 8:04 pm
CamlridKe 9:04 am 3:27 pm
Galva ... 9:38am S:57pm
Wyoming 10:11 am 4:33pm
Prtccevilla 10:30 am 4:55pm
Peoria '11:15 am 6:40 pm
Bloomineton , 1:15 pm 9:15 pm
SprtnEBeld 3:40pm 10:)pm
Jacksonville.... ; 4'OC pm 12-00 n't
Decatur 9:50 pm 10:00 pm
Danville '3:511pm 19:10am
Indianapolis 6:55pm 8:35am
Terra Haute 7:10 pm Hi: 00 am
Evansville.... l:2i)am 7:35am
St. Louis .. :7:3Hpm 7:40 an:
Clnc'nna-i u too pm 7:10 n't
Lv. Fena ... .
Ar. Rncit Nitr.d.
.,iw.iv mu o.avjilll
. i 1 : pm 7 :05 pm
Accommodatioc trains leave Rork Is'and at
8 :00 a. m. and 6.20 p. m ; arrive at Peoria t :50 p .
m. and 1 :15 a. m. Leave Peruia 9:00 a. m. and
7 : 15 p. m; arrive Rock Island 4:00 p. m and 1:95
All trains rin daily exrept Sunday.
All p:tse iger trains arrive an depart Onion
Free Cnair ea-on Fast Express between Rock
Islond and Peoria, both directions.
Throash tickets to all points ; baggage caecked
tbrougb to destination.
! 10.20 am
Lv. Rock Island .
" Hock Island.
8.2)1 am l.f 0 pm
7.00 ami 1.45 pm
7.55 am 8.00 pm
B. B. 8TJDLOW,
tcM Tkt. Au t
Great Rock Island Route
TO THE KAST.
Bebt Dining Car Service in the World.
The Kock Island is foremost in
adopting any advantage calculated
to improve speed and give that lux
ury, safety and comfort that popular
patronage demands. Its equipment
's thoroughly complete with vesti
buled trains, magnificent dining
cars, sleepers and chair coaches, afi
the most elegant, ami of recently im
Faithful and capable management
nnd 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 difficult of accomplishment.
Passengers on this line will find little
cause fur complaint on that ground.
"he Great ltock Island Iloute runs all
egular trains to Englewood subur
)an station, close to World's Fair
rounds, and you can save time and
trouble by petting off at that point
,nd avoid the crowd in the cltv.
For full particulars as to tickets,
maps, rates, apply to any coupon
ticket office in the United States,
Canada or Mexico, or address:
Gcn'l Tkt. & rasa. Agt., Chicago, 111.
E. St John, Gcd'1 Mgr. Chicago 111.
A El ED I CI HE
THAT MAXES GOOD BLOOD
Will completely e'mnire the Wood In your system
In three months" time, and send new, rich blood
coursing through your veins. II you feel exhausted
and nervous, are retting thin and all run down.
Gilmore's Aromatl 2 Wine, which Is a tonic and not
beversra, will rutore yon to health and strength.
Mothers, nse it f r your daughters. It is the best
regulator and corr-'etor for aliailments peculiar to
woman. It enricl es the blood and plves lastlne
a.n-DEth. It Is cruiranteed to cure Dlarrbrea, DyZ
entery, and all Su-iuner C'omplauita. and keeD Uia
bowels r-rul:tr. v
6o.d bv til drugi-lsts for 1 per bottle.
ATTORN BY AT LW Office in ililchell Jt
Lynae's new lock
JACKSON & HURST,
I TTORNEYS AT LW office In ck I-land
National Bank bii:rii"c, Kcc Inland, III.
D. SWEEVET. C. L. WiLK-B.
SWEEN EY & WALKER.
ATTORNEYS A D COUNSELLORS AT L KW -Office
in Bene ton's block. Hock Island 111
C. J. SSiULB. 8. w MU,
SEARLE & SEARIE.
ATTORNEYS AN D COUNSELLORS AT LA W
and So'icitor in Chancery; offce Buford's
block. Hock Island
MoENIRY & McENIRY.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW-Loan money on good
n sepuri'y, mae collections. Reference,
Mitchell Lynde. tankers. Office in Postofflre
S. W. ODELL.
ATTORNEY AT l.A W-Formerly of Port Byron,
anu uuttiis; ine jast two years with the firm of
B owniu:: a Butrik m at Moline, has now om nefl
a iimct in mi ucitonuaj buudlrg. room 5.
K. M. PEARCE,
Koom fc In Mitchell & Lynde's new block
L)R. J. E. HAWTHORNE.
Teeth titrated without pain by the i.c
o 17i6 Second avenue, over Krell A Math's.
Drs. Bickal &Schoemaker,
Mitchel1 & Lynce's Block. Roomg 2i-81.
n aae Elevator)
Edward L. Bahvitt. Clauk n. BuroHo.
HAM MATT & BUFORD.
ARCHITECrS, R ck Island, 111. Office Room
41, Mitchell & Lynde building.
GEO. P. STAUDTJHAR
Plat, and auperintendenee for all class oi
Rooms 53 and 55, Mitchell ft Lynde baildiCE
TAAB BLBVATOB .
DR. W. "W. ADAMS,
Physician and Surgeon.
Special attention jiven to diseases of the Eye
Office and residei ce 312 Twentieth s'reet.
Office hours: 10tolS.M.,a to 4 and 7 to 8
p.m. Telephone ho. 1309.
Piiysiciaii and Surgeon,
1134 Tiiihd Ave
Telephone 127 ). Rock Island, III.
Office Hour? : 10 a. m. to 12 m., 1 to S p. m and
at night. '
J, R. Bollowbush, J I, D, Geo, E, Barth, M. D.
drs. barth & hollowbusk
Physicians and Surgeons,
Office 40a 23 d st. Telephone I (W5
Residence 'i il 21st st. 11 Kb
Dr, Barth Ur, iloliowbnsh
to1f, m. 10 to IS a.m.
1 to J and 7 to8 p. m, to 5 and 7 toS p. m.
DR. CELAS. M. ROEINSON
EYE, EAR, NOE
Office McCullonh Building, 124 W. 3d St.
Hoc) re : 8 to 11 am : 1 to 4 Dm.
J. F. Mters, M. D. Geo. W. Wheeler, M. D.
DRS. MYERS & WHEELER,
Marcnry aud lli.eas-i. of Wsmea
Office over Krell 4 Math's. Telephone 1143.
ot tick hours:
dr. htcr8 i dr. wheeler.
lltolia. m. I 8 to 10 a.m.
2 to 5 and 7 to p. n 1 1 to 3 and 7 to V p. ni
Kes, telephone 1201. 1 Kes. telepbonc. 1190
Cor. Michigan At and Monroe $L CHICAGO.
TMOROUOH IHSTSUCTION. CMCAP OAROINS.
Wowo.-, 0. M P0WEES,Pria
SOMETHING ABOUT THE UNIQUE SYS
TEM OF BROOKLYN.
Tbe Hoard of education of the City Spends
Nearly SI 00, OOO Every Year In Fitting
Out Fnpila For Their 6 todies now the
Requisitions Are Made I" p.
The thanks of nearly 100,000 public
school pupils of Brooklyn and their par
ents are due to the board of education
for at least one of the features of that
body's administration the free book
system. It is a fact not commonly known
that the pupils of the public schools in
this city are furnished with all the outfit
of books, Blates and paper necessary
throughout their course at school free of
charge. To do this entails an expense of
about $100,000 every year and a vast deal
of work in procuring and distributing
the reqnired supplies. Only one other
city in the state, that of New York,
treats its school children as munificent-
ij . i ne bys:cm nas Deeu in vogue m
Brooklyn f ( r tome years and is found to
be so satisfactory that no change, is ex
pected or even considered at all.
The 1ho'.;s used in this city's schools
are selected by the board of education's
committee on studies, who report 'their
selections to t'.:e fu?l board for coif.nna
tion before t'.ie books ar? daily l it ed.
There are now on the catalogue of te:ct
books and v.-orLs of whatt v - sort f . r
which need is found to erii-t in t'.ie
schools upward of 1,000 difiVivrit kin Is
of books rangir.g from primers to ab
struse works on philosophy. The list
includes a variety of algebras, arithme
tics, books on astronomy, bookkeeping,
chemistry, civil government, composi
tion and rhetoric, dictionaries in Eng
lish end several other languages, books
on elocution, etymology, geography, ge
ometry, grammar, history, languages,
literature, methods of teaching, physiol
ogy, readers, maps, charts, copy books,
drawing books, music books and chart.
Ecience and natural philosophy and snt-
The modus operandi of gettinjr the
right books in the right quantities to the
several schools is this: The principal of
a school makes up from reports furnished
by his subordinates a requisition which
is written out on a blank form with the
titles of the books, grades for which they
are to oe used, ana tne price of each book,
and the total for the whole requisition.
Demands for mups, globes, charts, dic
tionaries, blackboards, janitors' snpx'lics,
etc., must bo approved by the chairmen
of the local committees. The requisi
tions after passing the committee on li
braries are sent to the secretary of the
board of education, George G. Brown,
who controls the distribution of the sup
plies for the schools.
The requisitions are tabulated once a
week, and upon the basis of the result
of the tabulation orders are made out
upon the publishers. Lack of room for
the storage of tlie supplies and scarcity
of money forbid any considerable quan
tity of books being carried in stock. All
the books are delivered at the bookroom
in the office building of the board of ed
ucation, whero they ere counted, and
each one is stamped "Property Board of
Education, City of Brooklyn," and en
tered on the receiving book. The clerks
make up the orders for the several
schools, and the packages are sent to
their destinations by express.
A separate account of books received
and returned is kept at the headquarters
of the board of education with each
school. The books are charged to the
principals, who in turn charge them to
the teachers, the latter keeping track of
the disposition of the volumes among
the pupils. When the books become un
fit for use, they are turned in and re
bound if expensive, and if cheap sold
for wast paper. All books when they
cannot be used any longer, whether fit
for rebinding or not, must be returned
to the board of education. If pupils
willfully destroy them, they are obliged
to pay for others to replace the books de
stroyed. In the case of books lost by
pupils the teachers are vested with a cer
tain degree of discretionary power
touching what measures if any shall be
taken to make good the loss.
How long the average echoolbook lasts
is a matter for speculation. The life of
the average book differs with the locality
of the school and the character of the
pnpils. In 6ome sections, for instance,
the books are converted into playthings
for the baby at home, while in others
the greatest pride is manifested in pre
serving the books clean and unimpaired.
So, too, a geography of a good kind
will last frequently several years, while
one season of work is generally the limit
of endurance of a primer. Whatever
may be the total number of books used
up in a year, it is certain that the em
igoyees of the board who handle them
haven't an overplus of leisure. From
the middle of January till March 1 three
express wagons are kept constantly on
the move distributing the packages to
The number of pupils on register is
abiut 00,000, so that the per capita cost
for books is only a little over $1 jier year.
In the primary grades, where a large
portion of the total registry is found,
many of the youngsters require only
slates and primers. Higher u p. however,
in the grammar schools and high schools
the cost of books for each pupil, if it
were not borne by the board, would
range from Z or ?4 to $7 or $3 per year,
so that the free book system is universally
regarded as a boon to the public school
children. Brooklyn Eagle.
CrauLa on Ualrcuttlnc.
The crank on the subject of haircut
ting you've all met him! The worst
form of haircntting crankism is proba
bly the man with a poetical fancy, who
tries to stick a barber by asking to get
his hair cut in some unheard of fashion.
I had a man come in once and ask for an
"inshoot;' sometimes it's a "landscape
garden." It was only last week that a
big, long legged youngster came in and
asked me to cut his hair cattail style.
Spoil r and the Kings.
All are not kingly who wear a crown.
At a court concert the Duchess of Gotha
expressed in the curtest 6tyle her disap
proval of the loud playing of Spohr, tho
great violinist and composer. While he
was playing she sent a chamberlain to
request hiia not to make so much noise.
The king of Wurteuilierg was in the
habit of umusing himself at a court con
ceit by playing cards. Spohr, being in
vited to play 1 -lore the king, informed
the chamberlain that he must decline
the honor unless the kin;? abstained from
card plavin;;. The chambcvlain was hor
rified, but the violinist insisted, and the
king conceded the p-.)i:;t. But i:i order
that the royal time miuht not be wholly
occupied i:i listening, he sir ulut inl t!i ;c
the two pieces s t down la tue J n
gramme for Ppohr should follow e;tch
Nevertheless his majesty showed that
the violinist's demand had ruCled the
royal teniier. Etiquette prescribed that
the king should give the sisnial for aj
I (landing. At the conclusion of e:u-h
piece the kin ' gave no sicnr.l and a sol
emn silence rtfig:o.l i:i t'.io salon. The
kintr had his s::;.:Il lvvenga.
The king of Iivi.ri:i was a genlhjman.
At a court cotici rt he noticed that the
usher h:vl nv;,iectod to place a s -y.t for
Mme. Spohr. an excellent harp-: t, who
was to accompany her husband. The
king placed his throne chair on the plat
form and with the mild insistence of a
gentleman compelled the lady to sit in it.
It Should bs in &v y Hot.-.
J. 11. Wilson, 371 Clay St., Sharps
bur, Pa., says he will not be with
out Dr. Kind's New Discovery for
Consumption, Coughs and Colds.that
it cured his wife who was threatened
with pneumonia after an attack of
La Grippe," when various other
remedies and several physicians had
done her no good. Robert Barber, of
Cooksport, Pa., claims Dr. King's
New Discovery has done him more
good than anything he has ever used
for lung trouble. Nothing like it.
Free trial bottles at Hartz & Ull
mever's drug store. Large bottles
50 cents ami .
Tins remedy is becoming so well
known and so popular as to need no
special mention. All who have used
Electric Bitters sing the same song
of praise. A purer medicine does
not exi.-t and it is guaranteed to do
all that is claimed. Electric Bitters
will cure all diseases of the liver and
kidneys, will remove pimples, boils,
salt rheum and other affections
caused by impure blood. Will drive
malaria from the system and prevent
as well as ure all malarial fevers.
For cure of headache, constipation
and indigestion try Electric Bitters
Entire satisfaction guaranteed, or
money refunded Price 50 cts. and
II. 00" per bottle at Hartz & Ulle
niyer. BL'CKLEN S ARNICA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheumr
Fever sores, tetter, chapped hands,
chilblains, corns, and all skin erup,
tions, and posi .ivelv cures piles or
no pay required. It is guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction, or monev
refunded. Price i'5 cents per box.
lor sale by Hartz & Ull emever
Mr. ;iadtttune us a Poet.
An "Ode" which ilr. Gladstone com
posed when he was a younger man than
he now is has been priiited in London.
It is full of truisms, a fair specimen of
which is the remark at the opening of
the eleventh bection:
We are amid ti e tumult aud the stress
Of a fierve eddying light.
And to our mortal tight
Our fate is trembling la the balances.
This statement is truthful, obviously
true. It is a standing truth, and when
properly regarded it is not discouraging
to a man cf the derring do kind. The
last line of the stanza ought to prompt
and impel all men to do their best amid
the tumult, as we must trust Mr. Glad
stone himself is doing. As mere poetry
the "Ode" is open to criticism upon four
6ides. Its thought is feeble, its wording
jxxr. its figures incongruous and its
rhyme Kid. Gladstone does not seem to
be much of a poet. New York Sun.
Thi Fool, are not all read.
A lazy man, whogs horses and cart were stuck
in the mud, prujed to Jupiter for help. Jupiter
answered: "Fool! get up and put your Fhou der
to the wheel, and do not cill on me when jon
can he!p yonrsclf." Foolish people buy iuedl
cinc baph-za-c1, bliadly trusting to promises
made without a guarantee. Dr. Tierce's Golden
Medical Discovery is guaranteed to cure colds
coughs, all lurg affections, and even consump
tion, in its early stajtes. It puts to rout all stom
ach troubles, puri3cs the bood, gives healthful
action to the sluggish liver, and drives blemis-hes
from the skin. It is an honest medicine, and au
invaluable heallh insurance policy wtich should
never be atlow-d to lapse. All druggists keep it.
When Baby was sick, we gsv ut-r (.astoria.
When die was a Child, she uricd for Castoria.
Vfheu she became Miss, she clung to Custoria,
When she had Children, she gave tkem Castoria.
Children Cry for
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
bowels each day. Most people need
to use it.
Children Cry for
Coughing leads to consumption.
Kemp's Balsam will ston the crmo-h
Children Cry for
" has often wasted time and material in
trying to obtain a shade of color, and
has even resorted to the use of ready
mixed naints. the ingredients of which
he knew nothing, because of the diffi
culty in making; a shade of color with
white lead. This waste can be avoided
by tbe use of National Lead Company's
Pure White Lead
These tints are a combination of per
fectly pure colors, put up in small cans,
and prepared so that one pound will
tint 25 pounds of Strictly Pure White
Lead to the shade shown on the can.
By this means you will have the best
paint in the world, because made of
the best materials
an-1 pur coJ -rs.
o' br.i ; cf
c-taicIr-.T: r.:;-n i.a
etnetiy pure :
I ;. ict ci hitri 15
-7' lead iiiat are
j -i ty the "Old
u.ii Ijtic va to be
i. , . J. vyCdl
These brands cf Strictly Fure White Lead
and National Lead Co. 8 Pure White Lead
Tinting- Colors are for sale by the most re
liable dealers in paints everywhere.
If you are going to paint, it will pay you
to send to us for a book containing informa
tion that may save you many a dollar; it will
only cost you a postal card
NATIONAL LEAD CO.,
1 Broadway, Sew Torib
and Fifteer't! liiwM
OF HEAL ESTATE.
Bv virtu-- of an order and d-ciee of tbe county
court, of Kotk stand com ty. stale o. Illinoi -,
made on tbe etition f the unden-igned, James
John-ton. admini'tralor ft tbs estate of
RiM-a ie Hartmfre , deceased, for lerve to sell
the rt a; esTRt of raid u-ct-ased at the Augr.st
term. A. P. lfWi, of said court, to-wil :
On the Sth dav of A' gut, A. D., ISM, I thall
on the tHh dity f Sptrmber rex', between the
hoirs of lOo'c'oc'' in the forenion and 5 oMock
in the afternoon i f said d y. sell a" pnblic sale,
at the north door of lhe o-art honse in th'ctty
of Kck 1 land, in said county, the real estate
deciiled a foiow. to-wil:
The noith tw- nty (il i acres of the westalf cf
'he as'-ha'. if section mmbtr tvo. ( ). in town
ship sev- rue", U7, riorth ringe two, (2. west
of the Four principal meridian, exccntinir
theri-fmm the following decrioed ra! estate, to-
u: Beginning at a point on the lia r section
for:-two i42i efa'ns and n:tv-sevtn (5Ti links
south of the s u:b-wel corner of U e south-east
quarter of siid soct'on nine. t9', and runn'ng
tn nee south sixty tr.r e io3t decrees and fortv
(i1 minute ea-i 'S5 decrees 1 ra el thirteen
chains nd twen'y-f. ur links, (13 34-100 chains),
thence south a.fty-two degrees and fifty five min
i tes east (s 52d irree 58 minuies e) ten chains
and rift -t ine link- (10-S9 lwichsi&smore or le?s
to ihe east line of said wast-half of the eas. half
of said section nine, (9 coutaininr between said
line and Rook Rivereicht and twenty-two hun
dredths (S S-'-!00) acres more or less, situated in
the county of hock 11- nd. slate of Illinois, on
the following term?, namely: C&rh down on de
li 'cry of dee".
Dated this Sth day of August, A. D . 1S93."
JAMES R. JOHNSTOV
Administrator of the instate of Rosal.e Uarrtajrcl,
JOUCK TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed proposals will be received at the City
Clt-rkV office. Kork Island. 111., until Mondav.
eit. lth, 18U3 ai5o'clockp m.. for e. nsirucling
improvements orat reo ny an o'Cinmce of said
ci:y p s-eri retrury ihh. l-!3. andent;t'el "An
ordinance forto cotstruiion of a svste of
te.rs in the Sevcn'h wird on Forty-fourth.
Fortv-s--coud. Fort third and Forty-aih streets
and Railroid avenue on Sixth avenue, and on
.venth avenue and in all-vs in h ocks t ami i
Brook's addition, in bl cks B anil V. Edrwoml
park addition. VcMaste 'g addition, Forn-focrth
street aaJCion. tin 1 in Brook s Secord ad.H inn
nil in the city of Hock Island. Illinois.
Plans and st-ecincations can h- s-pti t ih
City :lerk"s office.
Aii bids must be accomnamed with a nertiP.pd
check in the sum of $j0 payable to the c;tv
treasurer of said c:tv i a case tae said bidder
shall rail to enter luto contract, witl approved
ruret es. to execute the woik for the rjrica men.
tio- ed in his bid.
The civ reserves the rio-ht to wWt n. ail
Rock Island, IT... Aug. S5. lW?.
A. D. HUaSING. City Clerk.
STATE SAVINGS BANK.
rnceOomer Fifteenth street and Third At.
BaeeJsthe Moline bavinzs ana:. Ureaniaed 186s
5 PtrCEST I5TEEEST .AID 0.1 DEPOSITS.
Organized under State Lwe.
Oen from 9 a. ra. to S - m., and Wednesday and
Saturday cighu from! to 3pm
H . A. ArNHwnRTn
J. F. Umsvti,
Porter Skinner, W. W. Wells,
C.A.Rose, '1. A. A n-worth.
G. il. Kdwards, - W. H. Adams,
Andrew Friberg, r;. p. Hemeuway,
REAL ESTATE LOANS
made for private parties In .the garden
spot of the west by the
Orchard State Bank
of OHC HARD, NEBRASKA.
- B. W. Dabt, President,
J. S. Dart Cashier.
Mitchell A Lynde, Banker.
J. F. RoblnSiin. "&llhi.v UnXlr XT
Bmk. ' '
. . C. Carter, . D.
Henry Dan's Sons, Wholesale Groers.
. insane Pertont Restore.'
Dr.KXINE 8 GREAT
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M" d"y ' -' Trewue and fa trial bottle frer xm
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Represents, amon;' othr . .
known Fire Insurance Coir , ,, ,
Buffalo German lis ,v ' 'V'v
Rochester German In. c , i
Citizens' Its Co., f i- . i;, .h'"
'in FireOOice, I.on(,. ' 'r"
I nion Ins. Co., of l iii:f,',ri, a
Security Ins. Co.. tw :,.,,, ,
Milwaukee Vi,., n '
Wis ly C
merman r ire In Co.. of I',., .
Office Cor. lsth st.
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"THE OLD RELIABLE
HAYES & CLEAVriii
Rev reeeoting over 40 Mi!!in t)
of Cash asem
Fire. Life. Tornado.
Bonds of Suretyship
OFFICE Boom 11. Mhcre'l 1 1 ......
Block Islan.l, His.
"Secnre our rates: they w:' ir.,.
J M BUFORD
Ceneral . .
The old Fire ar.ri T m.-r.. , i .
Losses Promptly Pa:;!
Kates as low as any reliaole eoravarv ml
ton ratronaee :t sjiic r ".
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Corner Cotta? Grove avenue ar.d :r; -'
sireeu jniy o minutes from worli's !t
Superior diilng room; elevated riCros:
Now open. Rates moderate. Eureat
W. X. FELorr.
Broadway, Cor. Prince St., New York C
Refitted and renova'ed under new mssire
on tbe European plan.
goora rates SI a day and upward . )
irauaiwi equal to me best in the c:tj J' :
etreet cars from all R. R. stations atd r
ooat and ferry landings pass the door.
BILDEETH A ALLEN, J":
3 TO 6 DAYS.
fM ASSOCUTC CUfnt FOf
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T H THOMAS- So; ACent
f Tf tTnnt,loi,-,h r. nrtrrh.'P'
f your druggist for a bottle ol
IRi7 tl. It fttrm In - rf.rl
! without the aid or publicity
doctor. Non-poiaoncna at-1
imiarauteed not to .tncf.re.
I Th Vnivrrtal American Curt.
l Tas Itvu Chemical Co.
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