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THE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20,
THE TRAVELERS' tiCIRfc.
CHICaUt', HiK.'K ISLAND fc PA' rU: KAIL
way Depot eoni-! f -tth vet.ne and Thirty
Erst stre- t. Frank H. Plnmmer. a-jett.
Uouscil Minds a .ouneeo
taDay Bipress t
Kumi City Day SEvress.
Washioeton Express.. ..
Omaha and Denver Vesti-1
bale (Express i
Tl Worh.D nver i "iritj
Kuan-Rock Islanu Express
M. ran! and Minneapolis....
Kansas try a'. a m . ,ioe
Oer Moines. Omaha Jfc Liu- I
tola I 1:40 iiu10:C0 pm
Daily. tG ing east. west.
F. n. PLrnEB, gu
L. M. Alien. Pen. Apt. Puss. Dept. Davenport
"DCKLINNToh Kil'i'K-C, B. A y. KAli
A war Depot FirT avenue and Sixteenth t
S.J. Toung, agent.
.iV . HHl . t.
u Uta:- Express ,
it Loot Bxpren ...
St. Paul Sxpreas
H 5 an.jS 7::V pm
13 poji ;.i a u
. "Mi pm 1.53ai
7:.Vami 6:50 pm
CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE rVT. PAL"L RAIL
way Racine & Southwestern Division De
pot Twentieth "'.reel, between Fir: and Second
avenue, E. D. W. Holmea. agent.
-iWiTrIj 9 3i
4 4 j i,m ll:4i a-o
4 -.n 101 r-
Mali and lixpres .
St. Pl! Sxpr-;
Tt. A -vccmniodstiori
ROCK ISLAND PfcORIA RAILWAY DE
pot First avenna and Twentieth street
U. Hockwe'.l, Agent.
: LtlTl ABHIVl
. j 8:05 am 7 :' 5 pm
2 :' pm 1 :25 pm
.; S-lll am 3 0) pm
' 4 :W rm s,"i
BURLINGTON. CEDAR RAPIDS A NORTH
ern railway, depn f wt of B-ailv street, Dav
wiport. J.E.Hanneein, Gen.T'k't .t'Pass Auent.
j Leave, j A-rne
; hl:W pm;i10 4"ara
. . j us i-v bid Dii;ia in
Leave West Davenport .
West Liriertv Trin
North. ;s nth.
h7:f iru bll):Spm
. ... al0:S i pm a4 Spa n
... at 4S am
hi :1S pm h:.mam
.... n:i5 m lil :15pm
Daily. bD.iilv except Sund.ty. Going north.
elcB Soctb and east
ktOit DIBBCT BOOTS TO TH
East, South and Southeast.
....i 8:Oi am
... 8:4o ami
...I 9:: am
'11 :1.S am!
S :57 pm
4 :33 pm
4 :55 pm
Lv. Rock Island.
Gaiva ... ..
7 : S5am
. 4'0C pm;
. ' 3:5i pm'
. 6:55 pm!
. 1:2" ami
jr. Kc Isir.'l ..
: 1 :ts pm 7:05 pm
Accritnmo latioi; trains leave Rock Island at
3rC a. m. and 6. JO p. m ; arrive at Peoria 3 :50 p .
n. and 1 :13 a. ni. Leave Peojia 6:00 a. m. and
: 'A p. m ; arrive Rock Is'.und -i :.T0 p. m and 1 :S5
All trulr.s r in dally except Sunday.
A!lpi"'iitT'r!m arrive and depart Onion
Prei: C'T-i:rct-on F:ist Etp'es hetweeu Rock
'.ilond an 1 eona. both directions.
Throniri: tioke's to all points; baiaire coccked
hroa'h to destination.
Lv. Roci Islarirt .
" Hock Island
. 1 6.20 am
.1 7.00 am
.1 7.55 am
H. B. 8UDLOW,
Tkt. Are- t
Great Rock Island Route
TO THE UAST.
3ost Dining Car Service in the World.
Tho Rock Island is foremost in
ddritin any advantage calculated
to improve sieed and live that lux
ury, safety and comfort that popular
patronage demands. Its equipment
'.s thoroiipfhlv complete with vesti
buled trains, magnificent dining
cars, sleepers and chair couches, ail
the most elegant, and of recently im
Faithful and capable, management
n,nd polite., honest service from em
ployes nre important items. They
reu 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 for complaint on that ground.
The Great liock Island Route runs all
egular trains to Knglewood sulmr
an station, close to World's Fair
rounds, and you can save time and
rouble by getting olT at that point
nd avoid the crowd in the city.
For full particulars as to tickets,
maps, rates, apply to any coupon
ticket office in the United States,
Canada or Mexico, or address:
Gen'l Tkt. & Pans. Agt., Chicago, 111.
E. St John, (ien'l Mgr. Chicago 111.
u imc "
THE NEXT MORNING I r:tL BRIGHT AND
NEW AND MV COMPLEX ION IS BETTER.
My donor saya it acta trerily on the stomach,
liver and kidnevs. and is a pie taanl laxative. This
drink is made from herha. an 1 ta prepared tat uae
as easily as tea. It Is called
A 11 dm? giBtti bU it at 5"r. am i $1 a packRcre. 1 f yoa
cannot gvt it. send your addrtw for a free aample.
lABt'R Family Medirinr inoTfn the bo writs
each day. lnor1ertnhehta thy this is neresaarv
Addreea oKATuH F. WooU V A Rl, Lk lioYs i. V
ITTORNEV AT HW Oficc in Mitchell &
Lyuae's new block
JACKSON & HURST,
ITTORNEYS AT LW Oflco in Keck I-land
National Bunk building. Sice ' IUnd, 111.
E. D. SWEE ET. C. 1.. WALK? R
SWEENEY & VALKER.
ATTORNEVS AND ( OT SSELLORS ATLAW
n Ollice in Beugton's bloc, Kock Island. 111.
c. J. seakle.
S. W SBARLB.
SEARLE te S2ARLE.
ATTORNEYS A DCOUSS5LLORS AT LAW
and So icitor" in Chancery; office Buford s
block. Rock Island
McENIRY & CcENIRY.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW Loan money on good
sefnrfn- mnL-o r.UA o -
Mitchell Jt Lynde, bankers. Office in Postofflce
S- W. ODELL.
ATTORNEY AT LAW-Fornerly or Port Byron,
ana uurit:' n nast two vmm M,i,h tv...
B owning . Entriken at Moll le, has now opened
i office in in todltorinm Inudlrg, room S, at
U. M. PEARCE.
oota 43 .i, Mitchell A Ly .deV new block
DR. J. E. HAWTHORNE,
Teeth extracted without pum by the n.
"o 17IB second avenue, over Krell A Math's.
Drs. Bickel &Schoemaker,
M:tchel! A Lynde's Block. Rooms 2&-81
(Take Ele itor)
Edward L. Bahvatt. Clark II. Bupord
HAM MATT & BUFORD.
ARCHITEC TS, Rock Islan 1, 111 . Offlce-Koom
41, Mitchell it, Lynde bu Iding.
GEO. P. STATJDUHAR
Plans and snperintenden for all class o
BulIdiniTf. iijom. 53 and 55, Miwheii A Lynde huildme
TAKE ELEV ATO
DR. W. W. UDAIVIS,
Physician and Surgeon.-
Special attention riven to diseases of th Kv
Office and residence 312 Twentieth struct.
Office hours: 10 to 13 a. M., 2 to 4 and 7 to 8
P. M. Tulenhone No. 1-2110.
Physician and Surgeon,
1134 Third Ave
Telephone 1270. Rock Island, III.
Office nours: 10 a. m. to 12 m., 1 to 3 p. m. and
J. R. Uollowbush, M, D, Geo, E, Barth. M D
DRS. BARTH & HOLLOWEUSH
PHYSICIANS AND ?URGK;(iNS,
iniM tiwk.M ... . . .
...nv -,....; ii ri. luiepnone lima
Kesidence 7S1 aist st. - Has
L.-, Barth . u. Uollowhofh
" to in m, I(! to j o a m
1 to S and 7 to 8 p. m. J to 5 ai.d 7 t'j c p. m.
DR. CHAS. M. IIOEINSON
EYE, KAR. NO-E
j ND THROAT
mce MnOnllonh Build ng, 14 W.3d8t.
. DAVENPORT, IA.
lours- to 11 am: 1 to 4 nm.
I. F. Mys-s, M. I). Oito. W. Woeeleb, M. D
DRS. MYERS & WHEELER,
ariepy and Hisris or Women
Office over Krell & MathV. Telephone 1143.
DR. MTEBg. I DR. WHKELEIt.
1 1 to U a. m. 8 to ID a. m.
i to5 anil 7 to V p. m 1 to 3 and 7 to p. m
Ilea, teleiihnne Ian.. ' he', telephone. 119(1.
W A DARLING,
Mitchell & Lynde Block,
Tuke t lc - ator.
It sans Persons Restors.
) I r.KXINE'S GREAT
i fm, tjerveRestorfr
W-iii 'nAtN i- Nkrv I LllSFA .BS. Onlytur'
. Arrve A!tct ant. -i.'j. l-fiiupty. rte.
j a INVALLIBLa if tikrn si J,rrt-1. f.,),:tilrr
Arttdy-s utt. TrcattM: i n crUt l-f.l- fiw to
I Pf cats. th-T paving e 3TCsscharj on l-o wlicn
r J "l. Srwl namrs. P. . and cilitir ul lrtn ol
tju vHK-tol tc Dk.KLINL.hi Arh St..l'hilaji-nhi3 Pi.
A Printer's Carious Theft.
Twenty years ago the- Cincinnati,
Hamilton and Indiana Railroad com
pany is-snd a lot of bonds payable in
1903. The bonds were for $1,000, with
interest at 7 per cent, per annum, pay
able semiannually. The printing was
( done in Cincinnati, and the coupons were
j presented in New York for payment,
j For a long time the officers of the com
J pany have been satisfied that there was
j something wrong in the bond deal, but
were unable to find out what it was
until a few days ago.
When the coupon of bond No. 8,319
was presented for payment at the New
York office the first of this month it was
noticed that the number was written in
blue ink instead of red ink, as waa used
on tke other coupons. The coupon was
sent from 208 Forquer street, Chicago
and was payable to S. A. Brewer.
The auditor of the road went to Chi
cago and reported the matter at the cen
tral station. Friday night detectives ar
A special frorn Chicago says: "Brewer
admitted having sent the coupon to New
York, but that M. A. Reed had the
bond. Reed was arrested and the bond
found in his possession. Both men are
printers, employed in Chicago. Reed
said he was employed in the office in
Cincinnati where the bonds were printed
20 years ago and had stolen one of them.
He forged the signatures of the officers
of the ro;ul to the bond and had success
fully collected the interest on the cou
pons during all of these years. The
amount of interest collected on the stolen
bond by Reed amounts to $1,433. The
men will be taken back to Cincinnati to
stand trial." Cincinnati Commercial
Gazette. A Great Scheme.
A party of eastern capitalists said to
have some connection with the Santa Fe
railroad system is visiting the Grand
canyon of Colorado river for the pur
pose of investigating the feasibility of
laying an electric cable 500 miles in
length along the river, with which to
drive small boats through the Black can
yon and other scenic points, where cliffs
over a mile in height overhang the
stream. The jiower is to be generated
by water wheels driven by the enrrent
of the river, or the water will lie divert
ed into canals and dropped into the river
A copper wire cable will be suspended
over the center of the river, which is for
the most part about 300 feet in width,
and electric power will be conveyed to
small boats similar to the manner of
running electric railways. The idea js
that this will become the most jnipular
route for tourist travel.
Another, and the main feature of the
scheme, is to convey t he surplus power
down the river, where it will be used for
pumping the water of the river to a
height of from 15 to 20 feet upon mesa
lands for irrigation, converting an area
larger than Massachusetts now a des
ert into a garden, where fruit will ri
en in April, May and June, command
ing the highest market prices. San
Bob Voms hates an alligator. The un
canny appearance of the big ugly saurian
is sufficiently forbidding to most people
to make them despise him, but Bob has
a better reason than that they destroy
his fish and pigs. He nnd his 10 loys
have been occupying the dull summer
months in killing them. They bring in
to town two and three every week for
the children to get frightened at.
Last Monday tln-y brought up the big
gest one yet. It measured SU feet in
length and weighed somewhat under 400
pounds. It was 47 years old by the rings
on its tail and had already liegun to store
away pine knots for the winter's supply.
His apjvetite seemed not to be confined
to geese and lightwood knots, for an au
topsy discovered in his capacious cold
storage reservoir a pair of No. 11 bro
gans and a pipe. That acconnts for the
missing negro who went fishing there
about three weeks ago. Lumpkin Inde
pendent. Entertained a Stranger.
A factory hand, who occupies a little
story and a half houso on the edge of a
mill town, said: "I had a queer experience
today, A man knocked at my door at 6
o'clock this morning, and asked me for
something to eat. He said he had been
walking all night preferred to walk
nights on account of the heat. I was
just sitting down to breakfast, so I asked
him to join me. Wo hadn't anything
fancy, but he pitched in with a good aj
letite, thanked me. asked how far it was
to Springfield and went on. He was
dressed belter than I can dress, had a
plug hat, a gold watch and nu ebony
cane, and didn't look like a tramp, but
he must have been one or he would have
gone to u restaurant just above my
place." New York Sun.
Oreetinc One'a Lawyer.
As Lawyer Fitzgiblum was walking
down Main street the other evening with
a companion, he was accosted by a wom
an of ierhaps 30. who before he could
speak threw her arms around his neck
and clung to him, exclaiming, "Oh, Tom,
how glad I am to see you!" This rising
member of the Hampden bar finally toro
himself from the feminine grasp and ex
plained to his companion that this was
one of the maidens whom he defended
in the police court a few days ago. She
was very drunk and seemed delighted to
see Tom, but he didn't reciprocate for a
cent. Springfield (Mass.) Homestead.
Joy Killed In a Jolly Ituw.
Particulars have been received of a
fatal family row at Japoniea school
house, 14 miles from Kerville, in western
Texas. Alexander Jolly became involved
in a row with Shelby Joy, his brother-in-law,
in which Joy knocked down a
younger brother of Jolly. Jolly then
sprang at Joy with a knife, severing one
of the arteries in the neck, from which
he died in a few minutes. After hiding
out in the brush for sometime Jolly sur
rendered to the sheriff and was commit
ted to the Kerville jail.' Both partici
pants were only 22 years of age.- Cor.
A Mill ton Friirds.
A friend in need is a friend indeed,
and not less than one million people
have found just such a friend in Dr.
Kind's New Discovery for consump
tion, coughs and colds. If you have
never used this great cough medi
cine, one trial will convince you that
it has wonderful curative powers in
all diseases of throat, chest and
lungs. Each bottle is guaranteed to
do-all that is claimed or money will
be refunded. Trial bottles at Hartz
& Ullemeyer's drug store. Large
bottles 50c and $1.
! KESF-KV1NG TKAISE.
We desire to say to our citizens
that for years we have been selling
Dr. King's New Discovery for con
sumption. Dr. King's New Life pills,
Hucklin's Arnica salve, and Electric
bitters, and have never handled rem
edies that sell as A'cll, or that have
given such universal satisfaction.
We do not hesitate toguaranteethem
every time, and we stand ready to
refund the purchaser's price, if satis
factory results do not follow their
use. These remedies have won their
great popularity on t heir merits,
llartz fc I'llemevcr, druggfsts.
Bl'CKLEX S AliNICA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum
Fever sores, tetter, chapped hands,
chilblains, corns, and all skin erup,
tions, and posi .ivelv cures piles or
no pay required. It is guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
For sale by Hartz & Ulleniever
'.'.Tien Baby was Kick, we pvn m-r fastoria,
Villon ''Iw was a ChiM. r.!ic criiti f.r ('astoria.
When alio twamt? she clun f Oastoria.
When she had Cliildren, she gavehem Cantor i.
Children Cry for
Lane's Familv Medicine moves the
bowels each day. Most people need
to use it.
ChiVeii Cry for
Coughing leads to consumption.
Kemp's Balsam will stop the cough
Chi.dret Cry for
A RELIABLE 'AND ON I. OF THE
BEST KMOWN SPECIALISTS
IN THE UNITED ST ATES.
His Rooms Crowded. Everybody
, SatiMicd, and Many
L. Praising Him.
DR. D. D. REA,
ui'K on and Specialist
lio has c:e::ted m h a RcnH'ion in nnd nr.mnd
Ch c.i)ro bv c irinp iil-ia-e that almost billed
tm- n eitioil ir.irerni y of the c m.try. an-.l liv the
request f mm) friend nnd pat ei.t- l.e has de
ri ied to v.elt
At th Harper House,
?RIDA"$ SEPT. 29th.
Returning every month during the
year, to remain a day.
I r Ilea has been c nnected with the larcest
h -sp tal in i lie country, and has no superior in
d iinnosius: m d treating iseises nd defo-ma-tiee
Me will give S-Vi for any rase he cannot tell
tnc disease, an-l where locate : in five minutes.
He will re'nrn to Kock Island every month to re
main one day.
Treats all curable medical and surgical dis
eases, acnte and chronic catarrh, iscases of the
e.e. ear and nose, til oat an i lurg-s, djspepsia.
Bright' dWcsse, iil betes, kidnevs. liver, blad
der, chronic female and sexunl dWascs JE. iicp
sy or llts cured I A po itive guarantee!
VoH-.trani! - orile-ic,d ien
Suffering f 10m spermatorrhoea and itnpotcncy as
the r suit of aid! -abuse in south or eacess in ma
ture years, and otn-r causes, producing some of
th-fo'lowl gffec:s. as pin:ssion, blotches, de
bility, ne vousiicj-s, dizziness, conf.isi.m of ideas
aversion of society, delec'i.c memory and sexuai
exhaustion, which un it the victims for business
or marriage, are pit nianeutly cured by remedies
not injur. una.
ICIond and slt sease.
Syphlllis and CDmnlicitiotis, as sore throat,
fallim or the hair, pi n in ihu bones, etc., are
perfe tlv eradicated wit'oit using mercury or
other iiiiiiri'-us ( rugs Gonorrhoea, g'eet, s.ric
lurcs and all urint-.r and kidney troubles speedi
ly cured by I'catinont H at h never failed lie
undertakes no ' i. curable cafes, but cures thons
ainis piven up to die Keraember the date t:nd
come earlv. as his rooms are alwais crowded
wherever h- st p.
CO .-ULTATIOV f RKS.
Curresnondeticc solicited and c uiiiler.tu!
-diiressllr. 1). V. KB, Mi faulina Street
SURROUNDED BY MYSTERY!
A Great Mistake.
A rocont discovery U thnt headache,
d:.T.!nps. dullness, confusion of tlio mind,
ct:.. are duo to derangement of tha nerve
center which supply the brain with nerve
force; thr.t Indigestion, dyspepsia, neuralgia,
wind In stomach, et-, arise) from the deninre
ir.ent of the nerve centers supplying tliese or-gnn-i
with nervf fluid or force. This is likewise
tree of many diseases of the heart nnd lunu's.
The r-orve system It like a telegraph system,
as will be wen by the aocompunyir.g
white lines are
the nerves which
fro from t h o
i.erve centers ti
c veiy part of the
tody, lust as the
t iect ric current is
t h e telerrapli
wires to every
station, larire or
physicians fail to
regard this fact;
instead of treat
ters for the cause
of the disorders
t .iey treat the
M. !., LL.R, the
student of nervous diseases, and nuihor
or many notctl treat ises on the latter subject,
I. me since realized the truth of the first
statement, and his Kestorativo Nervine
Is prepared on that principle. Its success
l i curing nil diseases arislns from derantre
t - 'tit of the nervous system is wonder
tnr thousands of unsolicited testimo
ti. us In possession of the company mauufac
tttrinz the remedy amply prove.
IT. Miles' Kestorative Nervine Is a rellahlo
r".:"1y for all nervous diseases, such as
' :ihe, nervous debility, prostration,
-. I'iessness, dizziness hysteria, sexual cie
l "y, M. itus dance, epilepsy, etc. It is
sn.d by all druggistson a positive guarantee,
-r.se rit direct by the Ir. liles Medical fo.,
I .liart. Ind., on receipt of price, 1 per bol
t.e. six bottles for 85. express prepaid.
nesiorative Nervine positively coutains no
cpia'cs or dangerous drugs.
Fstate of Jo'cph Winter, Deceased.
The undersigned having been ar-pointed ee
cutrix of the last will and testament of Joseph
Winter, late of the comity of hock Island,
of Illinois, deceased, herrby gives notice tha h
will appear before the county conrt of Kock Island
county, at the cffli of the clerk of said court, in
the city ol Rock island, ai the reeember term on
the first Vondayin I c ember next, at which time
all persot s having cla'ms aita nst said estate are
notifii-d and req-ie.ied to atlend, fur the purpose
of having the same a,lju-ted. All pe-sons in
dahted toaaid t-t-t .to are requested to make in:
mediate payment to ihe undersigned
Dated this 13th dav of September, A T) 1864,
MAKIaN s-FKs. WINTER,
By virtneofa speci-il execution and fecbi1! No
S-'s issued out of the cltirk's off.ee of the county
conrt of Hock Island county, and state of Illinois,
and to me directed, whereby I am commanded to
make the amonnt of a certain judgment recently
obtained araiust Eli Bransen. in favor of the
Montpelier Tile company, out of the lands, tene
ments, poods and chattels of the said defendant,
Eli Rrutiscn. 1 have levied upon the following
prupenv, io- n . 1-01 two .) souineast fourth (4)
of section niimtH" 'hirty-two i.'i township num
ber seventeen 17)tlve (5) west of the fourth
principal meridian. Also lot two 9 sontheast
quarter Clo' section thirty-five :i51 townshiD
seventeen tin five M west of the fourth (4)
princ pal meridian and southwest one quarter
of southeast quarter ilof section thlity-six
( til tuwnship sevt n'ren IT i flive (51 west of the
fourth principal mer-dian. in all containing one
hundred ai d eight (ltls) acres, all of wh ch is sit-uH-ed
in the couiity of R ck Island and s:a e of
Therefore, according tosaid command I shallex
oose fursaie at public auction all the rifht, title
and interest of ttie above named. Eli Brunsen,
in and to the shove described prupenv, -m Satur
day, the Tth day of Oc:obcr. lsH3. at 'i o'clo k p.
m., at the north door -f the court house ;n the
city or Kock Tsinnd, in the county of Rock island
and state of IH'-n.is. for rash in" hand, to satisfy
saW executions and f . c hilts.
Hated at Rock Island this 15 li d.-tv f Septem
ber. A I.lsi
C. I). GORDON.
Sheriff ef Kin k Island t ounty. Illinois.
UMlNITK AToa'S h LR
OF KKAL ESTATE.
Bv virtne of an order and decree of the county
court, of Rik k 'sland county, state o Iilmoi-,
made on Ihe petition rf the "uudcrsisrncd, .lames
', .lohn-ton. administrator of the estate of
Rxsaiie Hartn-pe', deceased, for leave to sell
the rea: estat of said deceased at the August
term. A. I. iSiia. of said court, to-wit :
in theSth dav of Angust, A. D.. ISM, I shall
on the ri:h day i f September nex', between the
ho irs of 10 o'clock in the forenoon and 5 o'i lock
in the afternoon of said diy. sell at public sale,
at the north d.sir of the ci.nrt house in the city
of Rock Island, in .aid county, the real estate
described as follows, to-wit:
The noith twenty (J(l acre, of the west -half of
'he t as'-half f section nnmber two. (i). in town
ship seventeen, IT i, north range two, (2), west
ot the Fonnh principal meridian, excepting
therefrom the following descrihed real estate, to
wit: Beginning at a point on the half section
forty-two (42i chains nnd flity-aeven (5Ti links
sonth or the smith-west comer of the south-east
quarter of said section n ne. (9, and runnin
thence south sixty-three (ttt) degrees and forty
(4(0 niiunies east (s Ki degree 4n m el thirteen
chains and twenty-frur links, (1.1-it 100 chains)
ihence sonth fiifty-two degrees and tiftv-flve min
rtes eus (s 52 degrees r5 minutes e) ten chains
and fifu-Une link- ((ltW.I 1iKchains more orles
to ihe east line of said west-half of the ens', half
of said section nine, (H' containing betweensaid
line and Rock Kivereight and twenty-two hun
dredths (S 2-.-10(l) acres more or less, situated in
the county of Hock Islsnd. state of Illinois on
the following terms, n-unelj; cash dowu on de
livery of deeit. V
Dated this Slh day of August, A. n . 181)3.
JAMES R. JOHNSTON,
Adniinis'tator of tue Ketatc of Resal e Ilartnairel.
Wastes svryttiiug from a tiae
eilk hanlkerchie' to a ircue
teat; Lace curtains a specialty.
No. i?24 TH1HI aVK
A. M. & LJ. PARKFR,
Cor. Michigan Ave and Monroe St CHICAGO.
THOROUGH INSTRUCTION. CHEAP BOAftDIMO.
Elegant hretro:) bu'ldina
w0. rr.s..., - 0 M POWEBJiPrln,
A. 0. HijTsiNG
Represents, among other tim- ,
known Fire Insurance Companies, the f.v j'
ffovai inpnrfln . .
Snn Fir Ofri i 1
L liion Inn. f Y f -
Security Ins. Co., tw uV(
Milwaukee Mechaus f0
lierman Fire Itis. Co., of Peoria I"
Office Cor. 18th St. anV-M ATl.
Kock Ii.am, t-,
"THE OLD RELIABLE,"
HAYES & CLEAVEUKJ
Retreeenting over 40 Million Do::tr6
of Cash assets
Fire. Life. Tornado.
Bonds of Suretyship
tsW-8ecnre nr rates; they will inuren jn.
J M BUFORD,
reneraj . .
The oM Fire and Time tritM Cotn;.hL.e
Losses Promptly Paii.
Rates as low as any relianle eomparv tn
Vou- Fatronace is soitctted.
STATE SAVINGS BANS.
office Corner Fifteenth street and Third Ave.
Succeeds the Moline Savings an. Ureui fcc:
5 rtrCENT LMECEST .AID OS DEPOSITS.
Organized under SUte Laws.
Oen from a. m. to 3 - m., and Wednt. m
Saturday eight fromTio Spm
Posm Sirssia, . . p.,..
fA,Al"". " - VicelTt -I "i
i. V. OEMEN WAT, - - (.'--..ct
Porter Skinner. W W wws
C. A. Rose, H.A.AiLfwjr
(i. H. Edwards. W. E. Atiams
Andrew Kriberg, r. F. Hemenw:
REAL ESTATE LOANS
made for private parties in the eirir.
pot of the west by the
Orchard State Bank
of OKCUAKD. NEBRASKA.
E. W. Dart, President.
J. S. Dakt Casfer.
Mitchell Jt Lynde. Bankers
J-F. Robinson, Cashier Rok U.aiid Nat.c
i.C Carter, V. D.
Henry Uait's Sous, Wholesale Uroer
urany tiunaturai discnarceaAa'
rour druggist lur a br.t: e ol
liu It cures in u fi-ir liaTS
without the aid orpnbli' .'.' "I
l,.,u. iUIl-ISJlb"r!l-: Bl
iiareiitecil not to f-ftre-
The liuversal American C-rf.
Tanllfartnnt hv mbr
The Evans Chfxioal C-..L' -
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