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THE AKGUS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1893.
THE TB1YTLEK8' flCIBE.
-""IHICAGO, ROCK IBLAliO PACITtt! KAIL
Irst Itrect. rrnii u. r manner, agenk
tEAsr. 1 JWrrr,
coancil Bia&a zlinnesu-
U DT Express I
luw City Day KxpreM...
Washington Express.... ..
Omaha and Denver Vesti-1
bale Express t
Ft Worth.Dinver A KanCitr
Smart-Rock I.lana Express
St. Paul and Minneapolis....
Kansas City and Si . Joe
Do Moines, Omaha A I.'O (
am 4 :4S am
pm: b:ii am
HOT 1 TB. 1.
in 7 r5 pm
. Q -to -
int-n ;va pm
mm! Cfril . n
am' 9 OS pm
1:40 am;10:20 pm
Daily. G leg east, fm wen.
F. B.Pirnti, gt,
L. M. ALtB. Pen. Act, riw. Dept, Davenport
T5CaUS(TON ROUTE-C, B. i. RAIL
-A way Depot First avenue and Sixteenth st.
X.J. loan?, aaect.
, ISA , tUIl
t. Loei KxpreM
51. Loui . Kxprer.-..
St. Panl Express
Meardstowa Pssscnger. ..
Sterling Passe oeer
7:45 rm t n
. 7 0pir.i 7:54 an
. i:rvpra ii:u
.' 7A6am 6:Npn
. 9:50 am: 5:T6 pm
CHICAGO. MaWAUSIE ST. PAUL RAIL
wav Rseine A Southwestern Dirieioo De
pot Twentieth street, between First and Second
sverue, K. D. W. Holmes. aeent.
1 TRAINS. I Lsavb. Abbivi
cd Sipreu j 7:iia 9 30 in
Pan Express 4 4)pm 11:4 am
Ft. 4 .s.ecimmodatiog.... :4 -tt j "in
ROCK ISLAND PEORIA RAILWAY DB
pot First svenue and Twentieth afreet. F.
H. Roc we'll. Agent. -
TRAINS. Liatb ABRITX.
Fast Mall Express grfft am 7:05 pm
Bxpress 2:Wpm 1 r-SS pm
Cabie Accommodation 9:10 am 3 0)
4:no rTP urn
BCRLINU TON. CEDAR R APIDS A NORTH
ern rail way, depot fiot of Brady street,Dav
enport. J.S.Hsnneean, Gen.T'kt A Pass.Asent.
THvennort Train. Leave. Arrive.
Passenger r:5 pm biO4Sam
Freight bj 09 am bll:15 tm
Leave West Davenport.
West Liberty Train tNorth. ;Sf nth.
Passenger t.7 m bl0:9ftpm
" lal0:S0pmi a4:50aa
i 6 45 am j
Freight hi :15 pm M:.mam
b9:15pm hi :15pm
I ibll :50am
eDaily. hDaily except Sunday, doing north.
Going Somh and east.
-6.T Diicar 10 ra
ast.' South and bjtheast.
t. t. , FaatM'L .'"
Lv. Rock Island 8 :0a am S-fciH.
Ar.Ortun... 8:45 am 8:t-pS
Cambndae 9:09 am 3:27ci
9:3 am 8:57 pn;
Wyormine 10:11am 4:33pm
PrroeeTills 10 :30 am 4 :B5 pm
11:15 am 5:40 pm
Bloomlnsrtoo j 1:15 pm 9:15 pm
Bpnnirfleld ! :40 pm 10:90 pm
Jacksonville 1 4-OG pm 12-06 n't
Decator..... j 1:50 pm 10:00 pm
Danville I 3:S0pm 19:10 am
Indianapolis 6:6ftpm 8:95 am
Terre Hants i 7:10 pm 10: 00 am
Bvansville j 1:20am 7:85am
9t. LoniK !7:S0pm 7:40 ax
JfncinnaU .IlKWprn 7:10 n't
Vv. Peor! .10:10 am- 3:50 pm
ar. Rock l-tiar.d 1:95 pml 7:06 pm
Accommodation trains leave Rork Island at
Itti. m. and 6.20 p. m ; arrive at Peoria :50 p .
m. and 1 :19 a. m. Lnve Peojla 4:00 a. m. and
7 ;15i. ; arrive Rock Island 4:0up.m and 1:95
Ali trin ria daily ezeeiit Snndar.
All pae ;er trains arrive and depart Onion
Free Cialrcaron Fast Express between Rock
Is'ood an 1 Deona, both directions.
Throagn tickets to all point; baggage cnecked
through to destination.
Lv. Rock loland 9.10 am 4-00 pm
Arr. Uerno'ds.... 10.0 am 5.06 pm
Cable :11.00 am 5.40 pm
L. Caoie 6.20 am 19.50 pm
Ar. Knynolds 7.00 ami 1.45 pm
" Bock Island 7.55am8J0pm
H. B SCDTX)W.
OinM Tkt. Acei t
Great Rock Island Route
TO THE KcVST.
Beat Dining Car Service in the World.
The Itock 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
j thoroup-hly complete with vesti
buled trains, magnificent dining
cars, (sleepers and chair coaches, all
the most elegant, ana ol recently inr
proved patterns. .
Faithful and capable management
md polite, honest service from em
ployes are important items. They
.re a double duty to the company
and to travelers and it is sometimes
a task difficult of accomplishment.
Passengers on this line will find little
cause lor complaint on that ground.
rbe Great Rock Island Route runs all
egular trains to Knglewood subur
an station, close to World's Fair
.rounds, and you can save time and
trouble by getting off at that point
'.nd avoid tne crowd m tne citv.
For full particulars as to tickets,
maps, rates, apply to any coupon
ticket oflice in tne United btates,
Canada or Mexico, or address:
Genl Tkt. & Pass. Agt., Chicago, 111.
E. St John, Gon'l Mgr.
Mck?s life riisemblo. All otter
'.ilnicnts are a.s nothing in com
panion. Women e?j)ecially know
its suffering, and few escape its
THE RELIEF AND CURE IS
Many people take pills, which
pipe and purge, weakening the
rxxty. Moro take Simmons Liver
Regulator, 1 quid or powder, be
cause more pleasant to take, does
not gripe, ar d is a mild laxative,
that also tones np the system.
The relief is (Mick. It is Nature's
own remedy, purely vegetable.
"I never foun t anything to do me any
h1 until I uxel Simmons Liver K-pula-tor.
It has beeii three year since I flmt
used it and I have not hi Sirk Headarhe
kinoe. I sent my sinter (who had from one
to two attacks of Sirk Headache every
week i one-half f a paokac. and she has
not had it siacj." C. b. MuKKls, Bruwua
Baa our Z Stump fa red on wrapmr,
J. H. ZE1L1.N CO.. Pbiiadelphu. Pa.
ATTORN BT AT L4W Office in Mitchell
Lynae's new b ock
ATTORNEYS AT LAW office in Rock Island
r i .:umi Dini DUUGiac HOCK island, ill
B. D. SWEBSET. C. 1. WALK IB.
SWEENEY & WALKER.
TTORNETS AN D COUNSELLORS AT LAW
ii (.'nice in oenciion s niocit. KocB Is and 1
CJ.SIir.LE. S. W.SBSBLB
SEARLE A SEARLE.
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS ATUW-
block, Itock Island .
McENIRY & McENIRY.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW Loan moncv on good
r.!lriyV m,e '""ectione. Reference.
MUchell 4 Lynde bankers. Office in PostoffiM
S. W. nnn t
AT.T?R?EY AT I A W Former! v of Port R
as n7. rL";n '' "ol ne.' now opened
MolineT "rlnin room 5, at
K- SI. PEARCE.
Moom 33 is Xisct ell Lradr'i new block .
DR. J. E. f f A WTlfOKX E,
. wiuiuui jmm pt toe new
o 1716 Second s- enne. over Krell Math's.
Drs. Bickol &SchoemaJer,
Mitchel' & Lynda's Block. Rooma 2S-81.
KDWABD L. HiSIiri. CLABB H. BnPORD.
HA MM ATT & BUFORD.
A EOHTTECr9,R,K:k Island, 111. Office-Room
1 41, Mitchell A rnde building.
OEO. P. 3TATJDTJHAR.
Plans and superintendent for all claas at
Rooms 58 and 55, M itcheU A Lynde building
DR. W. W. ADAMS,
Physician and Surgeon.
Special attention .riven to diseases of the Eye
Office and residei ce 312 Twentieth street.
OIBce hours: 10 to 13 a.m., 2 to 4 and 7 to 8
r. M. Telephone r o. 1209.
' Physician and Surgeon,
1134 Third Ave
Telephone 1270. Rock Island, III.
Office Hours : It a. m. to 12 m., 1 to 8 p. m, and
J, R, Hollowbush, M, D, Geo, E, Barth, M, D.
DRS. BARTH & HOLLOWBUSH
Dhybioiaite AND 8UEGEON8,
Office 4092! rd st. Telephone 1085
Uesidence r91)ilstst. " 1188
Dr. Barth I Dr. Bollowbasb
9 to 10 a. m. I 10 to 12 a. m.
1 to 9 and 7 to Hp. m, I to 5 and 7 to 8 p, m.
DR. CHAH. M. ROEINSON
BYE. EAR, NOSE
Office McCulloigh Building, 194 W. 3d Bt.
Honrs: 9 to 11 ain: 1 to 4 Dm.
1. T. Mtbsb, M. . Gbo. W. Whkelbk, M. D.
DRS. MYIUS &c WHEELER,
BarsTAry and Ulsieaaeai of Wmrs
Office over Krel! A; Math's. Telephone 1148.
SB. BTBBB. I DR. WHBBLEB.
10 to U a. m. I 8 to 10 a. m.
2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p. m. 1 1 to 3 and 7 to p. m
uea. wiepnone i.w. oea. teiepnone, uiu.
On Gold Mines but Lack Money.
Prospecting for gold has received a
great impetus through recent events
which have thrown so many men out of
employment. Not only have silver min
ers and smelter men gone to prospecting,
but mechanics and laborers who have
had mining experience in former years
now find their knowledge of minerals of
utility in the change of occupation forced
upon them by the closing down of mills
and factories. Whatever else may be
the result of the additional labor devoted
to gold prospecting, it is snre to be the
means of the discovery of valuable gold
leads ahd the enrichment of individual
As an evidence that old fields supposed
to have been thoroughly explored are
yet capable of further development,
the were yesterday shown samples of
ore and assay of some taken from Boul
der county in the old Jimtown district
which showed fine free gold on 20 differ
ent specimens and gave an average assay
from average samples of over f0 per
ton. The owners of this property are
poor men without means necessary to
get out tl.eir ore and have applied to
Labor Commissioner Brentlinger of this
state in the hope that he might know
some one willing to buy an interest and
advance money enough to enable them
to get their first carload of ore on the
market. Colorado Sun.
Cost of Seeing the Great Fair.
The attendance at the World's fair
now exceeds 100,000 a day, and it is
likely to increase rather than fall off
now that the conditions are known to be
so favorable. There has been a popular
impression that a trip to the fair must
involve a great expense. In fact it ap
pears to be quite as cheap as any other
outing. The following table has been
compiled to show the actual cost of a
journey from Xew York to Chicago and
return, with a six days' stay:
Railroad fare (round trip) ,
Sleeping car berths (both ways) io
Meals en ronte (both ways)
Room In Chicago (six days)
Breakfast and dinner (six days)
Lnnchos (six days).. 3
Admission (six days) 3
Expenses on gronnds (six days) 6
Incidentals (six days) 6
Incidentals en route (both ways) 2
A closely economical person can re
duce the expense to a considerably lower
figure than this, while the man or wom
an who can afford a total outlay of $100
need give no more attention to economy
than is given at home. It is a great fair,
and everybody ought to see it.
Trains Ruciiic Through the Tine Woods.
Passengers to Atlantic fitv .n a
o'clock trains of the Rpalino. nn,i P.
sylvania railroads have enjoyed many a
- --..-... 1 u 1 1 .011..
The Reading has the shorter line across
New Jersey, but the "Pennsy" has the
advantage of a mnrh nninl-. i- f,.rrr ti'.
and so the two roads stand pretty much
on an enunlitv Tlio imd-. .
gether near Winslow Junction and from
ttl9 t Tiro Vl T-T. n ci.ta 1 , , - r- J 1 , . f 1 ... .t
entire 30 miles to Atlantic City. Both
trains are due at Atlantic City at 5:15
and so rnshinir across thf .T'rv ni n
at a rate that delights the passfnsrprs'
been quietly given the tip that it is not
at)solnteIy necessary to wait until 5:15
before reaching the Atlantic City station,
and so it has come to p;is after some
particnlarlv lively races that the trin
have landed their pas.enger.4 in the ciiv
by the sea three, forrr ar..l even five
minntes ahead of time. Philadelphia
The remarkuble interest in baseball
this year is causing universal comment.
In spite of the fact that tbe financial
condition of the conntry is in a deplor
able state, the attendance at the ball
games increases rather than diminishes.
It may be that our weary merchants,
politicians doctors, lawyers, schoolboys
and clerks rush to the games to get
away from business, mental or school
worry. As a money broker said yester
day, the only places where cash seems
plentiful are at the ball games and the
dry goods stores. Most of the clubs in
the major and minor leagues win make
money this year, and the chances are
that there will be no changes in the cir
cuit next season. So it looks as if the
12 club league had come to stay for an
other year at least. New York Tribune
A Great Saving;.
The duplex and qnadruplex systems of
telegraphy begun by Mr. Edison in 18G9
and finished after six years of work
have saved in America alone the enor
mous sum of $15,000,000. By the duplex
system two currents of different degrees
of strength were sent over tho same
wire in the same direction, thus doubling
its efficiency, while the quadruplex ar
rangement became possible when it was
discovered that these two currents could
be sent in opposite directions at the same
time, thus enabling one wire to transrxjt
four simultaneous messages. Not satis
fied with this, Mr. Edison is confident of
attaining sextuplex and octuplex sys
tems. Baltimore Times.
Seeing the Fair In Two Days.
A young man of this city who arrived
home from the Columbian exposition
last Wednesday announced that he
"did" the fair in two days, finding
"considerable that was worth seeing. "
The remaining six days of his visit,
he said, were spent in sightseeing around
Chicago. Asked how he liked the Mid
way plaisance, he replied: "Midway
plaisance? By Jove, I didn't find it at
alir Springfield Homestead.
The senate of Chili has under consid
eration a bill for the conversion of paper
currency of the republic. Under the
bill in its present form paper money will
cease to be legal tender currency from
the 1st of January, 1897.
Over a ton of tobacco and cigars was
burned some two weeks ago at Ports
mouth in the furnace known as "The
Queen's Pipe," where all contraband
tobacco seized in Great Britain is de
Wall Street's, Narrow Escape.
Wall street barely escaped something
worse than Black Friday on July 18. It
came pretty near to being a black Tues
day. Scores of men on anil off the ex
change will remember it as long as they
live in the way that one remembers a
great peril, and even the men who made
hundreds of thousands through that day's
awful drop in values will always look
back upon it with a twinge of terror.
Some time, when these troublous times
have passed and Wall street has a chance
to pause for a bit of gossip again, a great
story will bo told, about that Tuesday a
story that will astound everybody ex
cept a few of tho country's greatest spec
ulators, and a story that will make many
people in this and other cities turn pale
and catch their breaths.
They will show then how frightfully
narrow was the escape from a financial
catastrophe of crushing magnitude.
They will know that the fate of the
street, and with it the fate of scores of
tributaries to the street, legitimate and
otherwise, of bankers, merchants and
manufacturers, too numerous to stop to
count, hung in tho balance, and that a
finger's touch from any one of three
men would have turned the scale min
ward. And when they learn this they
will probably come as near to really
thanking God as their religion or lack
of religion will let them, because instead
of the one man's finger touch weighting
the scale down with disaster there was a
sturdy shoulder push from all three of
that day's destinies of the street to force
it up into s?fety. New York Press.
A Little Girl's Experienci in a Lighth-.nse-
Mr. and Mrs. Loren Trescott are
keepers of the (Jot. Li?rhth nusp at
Sand Beach, Mich, and are blessed
with a daughter, four years old. Last
April she was taken down with
measles, followed with a dreadful
cough and turning into a fever.
Doctors at home and at Detroit treat
ed her. but in vain, she o-rew unro
rapidly, until she was a mere hand
ful o- bones.'" Then she tried Dr.
King s New Discovery and after the
use of two and a half bottl.w
completely cured. They sav Dr.
King's New Discovert- is worth it
"eijiin m gout, yet you mav trv ft
bottle free at llartz & Vlleniever's.
STRENGTH AND HEALTH.
If vou are not feelinir s?r-mn o,,,l
neaiinv, trv Electric Bitters If ..t o
l.nppe lias left you weak and wearv,
use Electric Bitters. This reme.lv
acts directly on liver.
kidneys, crentlv aiding the.? ..rfr.ni
to perform their functions. If you
are afflicted with t-iek headache, vou
will find speedy and a permanent' re
lief by taking Electric Bitter. One
trial will convince 3011 that this is
the remedy you need. Large bottles
only 50e. at "llartz & Ullemever's.
BUCKLES S ARNICA SALVE.
The best sal vc in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum
Fever sores, tetter, chapped hands,
chilblains, corns, and all skin erop,
tions-, and posi;ive)v cures piles or
nc pay required, it is guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction, or monev
refunded. Price 25 cents per box".
For sale by Hartz & Ullemever
A .Murderer Pensioner.
AmbassatkT Bayard has been in
structed to make inquiries hi regard to
whether Captain W. C. Minor is still
alive, or whether the government is pay
ing a salary to a dead officer. Captain
Minor is a retired (.facer of the medical
corps, his retirement being due to brain
trouble consequent npon a sunstroke re
ceived in the line of duty in Floriia in
IS'IO. and he was sentenced for life ta an
English asylum for booting a man on
English soil 21 years ago. It is' the only
case on record of a murderer borne on
the rolls of the army and drawing the
regular pay of his grade. His pay is
drawn by Richard E. Rice of New Ha
ven, the appointed conservator, who filei
quarterly certificates bearing the sig
nature of the superintendent of the
Broadmere Criminal Lunatic asylum to.
the effect that Captain Minor is living..
The last report from the superintendent
read: -He was confined in the asylum
April 17, 1872. His offense consisted of
shooting with a revolver and killing a
man in the Belvidere road, Lambeth."
The relatives of Captain Minor have re
peatedly made strenuous efforts through
the state department to secure bis re
lease. Albany Express.
laving Questions .
Are most esft-emed by every intelligent man and
woman. Deranjrcme-ts of tbe liver, stomach and
bowels speedilv present to ns the living question
of obtaining relief . It is at once found in Dr.
Pierce's Pleasant Pellets, wtich cure sick head
ache, constipation, indigestion, bilons attacks,
etc. Purely vegetable aud perfectly h&nnU-ee.
they are nnequalcd as a specific for the com
plaints named. One tiny, susar-coated Pellet a
doie. In vials, S3 cents. Carry them in your
When Baby was sick, we gave nrr ejastorts.
When ehe was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Xise, she clung to Castoria.
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria,
Children Cry for
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
bowels each day. Most people need
to use it.
ChiieJrer. Cry for
Coughing leads to consumption.
Kemp's Balsam will stop the cough
Child rer; Cry fa
COt, C. TV. DEAN.
SUNSTRUCK IN BATTLE I
DR. MILES MEDICAL CO . Ki.khakt,
10. I must say the Restorative Nervine
and Nerve and liver l'ills nave done 111c
toil YEARS I HAVE ?fOT FTEI.T AS
WELL AS SOW.
The starting point of my disease wn a
ronMroke received in baitl: before I'ort
Hudson, Louisiana, June Uth, lstt. Up to
the time of beginning to take Ir. Miles'
U A C Remedies I had tmd & con
DHw tinual distracting pain In my
head; also, weak spells, and the past four
years I have had to give up everrtliinc
of an active character, and stay in tlir
house 'orpiinrn month, at
a time: J IA L U muld not
walk acrnu the street. I KNOW TOI lt
KKMEDIES HATE CJUKED ME, and that
the cure will be permanent. Several
here are using your remedies, and all speak
well of them. Yours trulv
COL, C W. DEAN,
National Military Home, Dayton, O.
DR. MII.ES'NKRTTNE Is the most cer
am cure for Headache, Neuralgia, IN err -nns
Prostration, Dizziness, Spasms, Sleep,
leasnesa. Dullness. Blues, and Oplnm
UabiU Contains no opiates or dangeroos drugs.
Sold on a Positive Guarantee.
Or. MILES' PILLS. 60 Ooscs25Cts.
A. D. HUESING,
Represents, amoO-r other llme-triel and well
known Fire Insurance Companies, the following:
Royal Insurance Company, of England
echeter F,re Ins. Company, of N y.
Buffalo German Ins. Crmpsny. Buffalo ? T.
Rochester German Ins. Co.. hocbester, V V
CiUzens Its. Co., of Pittsburg Pa "
Sun Fire Office, London.
Union Ins. Co., of California.
Security Ins. Co.. New Ilsven. Conn
Milwaukee Mechanics Ins. Co., Milwauxee.
German Fire Ins. Co., of Peoria, 111.
Office Cor. 18th St. and 2d Ave.
Rock Island. Ill
"THE OLD RELIABLE."
HATES & CLEAVELAND
Repreeenticg over 40 Million Dollhrs
of Cash assets
Fire. Life. Tornado.
Bonds of Suretyship.
OFFICE Room 21, Mitchell A Lynde's block
stock Island, Ills,
tarseenre onr rates; they will interest you.
J M. BUFORD.
General . .
The old Fire and Time-tried Companies
Losses Promptly Paid.
Kates as low as any reliable company can afford
Your Patronage is solicited.
T H. THOMAS.
1 IjOin"!) C
f lz TBr pr a 1 1 r mm ntirw n Ah3 W
yss i.r MaiMaaaaainxiyi
Js CUM. Pm m BTAIB, PRBVaBTB BTBfOtUI
Vara. GOKOBBBOIa Hi GLIIT la o. fosa
t-io ixtr?acT3C! co. tire .-, jjjfc.
tt. -wuri 6ALK
OF REAL KTatf
Rosa.ie Hartn.ge), dec-.aJ4 H J
I frn Ih. BU . . .- ..
on the 6th dav t.f tep.i A h-
in the afternoon of t:d j',,
at the north ilnr,. nr - ' - A --
of Rock Island, in slid i
described as follow to., ,. ;
i"" ui in twenty ii)KMt) .
he f--hair r ...... -1 ..
of the Kourih 'principal "I.2 xi
wit: Beginning at a pn tt
. - auu Bl'v.
CDmlDS 0d tWenlT-fnnf i T
puuid nuiy-iwo dt -f.. - - - J
In tht i-f lino rf a.i j . . - ' '-- 3
of paid oction nin c , ,"7" .i
rirerithft tR lvL!Uii 7 ' 1
the connty of hock li.t.,i .... :
the fnllnwincr trni r,.-" ' . .
livery ofdeed ' ' -: ' I
lured ih u Hth ii.vnf i . .
' '.".?' !.:
Adminisirntor of tne Esute .;. ' '
"MOTICK TO COXTRACT0B5.
Sent. 18th. ISM invwi. ' ':i K
improvements ordered lr n .r J.!"'
city pissed February aith", i:j '"'f.' '
ordinanre for rhn r,,w . . ' . " '
sewers in the Si-nlK ' i ?r-,
rorty-secona, Forty thiri and K rt" ',
and Railroad avenue on Smh att-V,'
Brook's addition, in bUcks'B .''r1 1
park addition, Mcy astet's add'f'or i tl
ail in the city of Rnck Island. ILi'cr.il -
11 a n . .m . rw. . . . . . . .
. . .T-nuv.uuu- lan tr
Citv Clerk's offlro '
aii umB man oe accomparKed tj . J
caeca in inc sum or Jiiij psv.h . t, ri
shall fail to enter into contract, win l; '
"i"1"! " viciuK iue work Inr t' nr..
tioriorl in hi. kirf c r-t
The ri'T rruirr., lii. ti.h, . :
Rock Island, U". Ang.
STATE SAVINGS BAa
jmceCorcer Flftceath street Aii "lki
Succeeds the Moline Savines i. see. Or;iuc
5 PerCEM INTEREST AIDONBES
Organized nader State Laws.
Open from 9 a. m. to 3 3 m., and Wetoa
Eatnrday nights f romT to pa
Poster Sktjtkkb, . . p
B. A. Aixswobth, - Vict-P?
J. F. Behbnwat. - - u
Porter Skinner, W, W. WY ,
C. A. Rose, H . A. A'x'.o.-i
Q. H. Edwards, W. H. Aim'
Andrew Fnberg, c. F. HeeLst
Hi ram Xarlin.
REAL ESTATE L0.V
made for private parties in tie ctr-'if!
spot of the west by the
Orchard State Bar
of ORCHARD, NEBRASKA.
E. W. Dabt. President.
J. S. DiET cvte:
Mitchell A Lynde. Bankers.
J. F. Robinson, Cashier Rock Kmi Sit
C.C.Carter, V j D.
Henry Dart's Sons, Wnoleie itrocr.
Broadway, Cor. Prince St.. New Vor
Refitted and renova'ed undor now r.;:
on tbe European pln.
Room raut Si a dny and npw.irii
Restaurant equal to the best :u -.he c.
btrect cars from all R. R. ftstim :
boat and ferry landings pa?s tlie d-ur.
UILDRET1I i ALLEN,
Washes everything from a
silk handkerchief to a cirf
tent; Lace curtains a special
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