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THE A1.GUS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMJ5E11 29,
THE TBATELEKS' UIDE.
CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND & PAOlrlO KAIL
way Depot cornet Fifth avenne and Thirty
flrwt street. Frank H. Plnmmer, agent.
Oonu;:: Ulans ilinuvso '
ta Day Express .. I
KanaaaOity Day Bxpreaa...
Omaha and Denvor Vest:-1
bnla Express t
Ft Worth.D.'nver & oCll
Stuart-Rock Island Express
8L Paul and Minneapolis
Kansas City and St. Joe
Des Moines, Omuua Jt Lin- I
1:05 am 4
?:4S am 7
3 .45 am 3
5:80 pm 9
6:17 am 9
:0 am S
:40 am,10:20 pm
Dally. tQ in? east. tone we.
F. H.Pt.fMMER, pu
L. M. All. ion. Apt. Pass. Dept. Uase niori
"DURLINoT'O K.PTE-C. B. A Vf. KA1
jlj way Depot flf Tenuc and Sixteen"'1 '
M.J. Yonng, aacni.
TRAINS. LiiTk. . akhi
l. Loai ttxpresa. . .... .. 8 :45 an. 7 :SS pa
4t. Loni Express... ' T:45pml 6:35 a o
Bt.Panl Express 7.0i pici 7:55 a a
tieardstown Passenger. 10:45 am
Sterling Psenirr ... 7:Wam; t:50pm
Lacrosse Passenger 9:50 am' 5:'6 pm
CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL RAIL
way Ractno A Southwestern CivUion De
pot Twentieth straet. between First and Second
avenue, E. D. W. Holmes, stent.
TRAINS. Lcavb. jARHtva
Mail and Express 7:iX)aa. 9.30p.i
St. Paul Express 4 4 J onv 11:45am
Pt. Accunmodtfton :4)'i: Slim
ROCK ISLAND PEORIA RAILWAY DR
pot Firat avenna and Twentieth atreet. F.
B. Rockwell, Agent.
TRAINS. Lva ARiv
Past Mall Bxprusa j fc :0f am 7 :i'5 pm
Bxpreaa 2 :) pm 1 lift pm
Qable Accommodation 9:10am 3 0) pm
" " 4:nf)pm a:t to
BURLINGTON. CEDAR RAPIDS NORTH
ern railway, depot foot of Brady strect.Dar.
nport. J.B.Haaueuan, Gen.T'k't A Pa-9 Aucnt.
Davenport Trains. Leave. Arrive.
Passenger ht:55 pm'nlO 45 am
Freight I bS 00 aniibll:15 pm
Leave West Davenport.
West Liberty Train North. :S'ntn.
Passenger ; t7:f-m l)10:.pm
" al):'i pm, a4 50an
" afi 45 am
Freight... ; bl :15 pm . bS:H0am
" ... bi:l.S m ' bl :15pm
: bl 1 :60am
aDaily, hH.iily except Sunday.
Going South ami east
MOST DIBBCT B0TJTB TO TBI
East. South and Southeast.
4 :65 pm
Lv. Rock Island.
8 :4ft am
11 :15 am
Terre Haute. .
St. Loots ... .
; 1:15 pm:
, :50 pm
i 3:50 pmi
II -.00 im'
12 06 n't
10: 00 am
At. Roc It Iiar.-I .
,10:10 am 3:50 pm
' 1 :9ft pm 7:05 pm
Accommodation trainr- leave Rock Island at
4:00a. m. and 6.0 p. m: irr.ve at Peoria 3:50 p.
3L. and 1:15 a. m. Leav Peiula :00 a. m. and
7 :15 p. m; arrive Rock Island 4 :0C p. m and 1:35
All trams ran dally eiceut Snndar .
Ail passenger trains arrive and depart Union
Free Chair ct-on F wt Bxpress between Rock
; Blond and Peoria, both directions.
Throagh tickets to all points; baggage enccked
hroogh to destination.
Lv. Rock llaud 9.1o am 4.00 pm
Arr. Reynolds 10.21) am 5.06 pm
" Cable 11.00 am 5.40 pm
i Accom. Accom.
Lv. Cable .2i am 11.50 pm
A.r. Reynold 7.00am 1.45pm
" Rock Island ' 7.55 am 3.00 pm
H. B. 8CDLOW, A. TOCKHOU8B
Snoarlotend'int '-i-t-1 Tkt. Aeei t
Great Rock Island Route
TO TELE KAST.
EcatD.i..u Car Service in the World.
The Kock Island is fori-most in
idoptino- any al vantau'n calculated
to improve speed and Live that lux
ury, safety and comfort that popular
patronage uemanits. Jts efUipnient
,'s thoroughly complete with vesti
buletl trains, niairniliccnt tlininjr
cars, sleepers and chair coaches, all
the most elegant, and of recently im
i-aithful and capable management
and polite, honest service from em
ployes are important items. They
reauouble outy to tuc company
nd 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 (ireat Kock Island Route runs all
egular trains to Englewood subur
)an station, close to World's Fair
rounds, and yu can save time and
rouoic ny getting otT at that point
,nu avoiu inc crown in the cltv.
For full particulars as to tickets.
maps, rates, apply to any coupon
ticket ouicc in me united Mates,
Canada or Mexico, or address:
Gen'l Tkt. & Pass. Agt., Chicago, 111.
E. St John, Gen'l Mgr. Chicago 111
THE NEXT MORN
NEW AND MY CC
ING I FEfL BRIGHT AND
MPLEXION IS BETTER,
acta rentlv on the atomarh.
My doctor aava It
liver and kidnevs. ar
drink Is made from i
d is a pleasant laxative. This
ierh. and ia prepared for use
as easily as tea. It k
t5tc. andfl & pack lfyoo
rannnt rtt it. fupnd Vi
lAnr'n Family M
tracli !.. In order
ii r tmaarew lor s iree mmpie.
d trior itiotm (hp hnweli
o he hpali try this in neceatary.
Addrva OKATUK F. WOODWARD, Le Itov
ITTORNBY AT L tW Ofllce in Mitchell Jt
Lynae'a new bio k
.TACKSON At HURST.
ITTORNEYS AT I. tV Office in Hock I-land
Nutioual Bunk building, Koc Ifland, 111.
I.B. f tEET. O. t. KtLKIB.
SWEENEY & WALKER.
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS ATLAW
Office in Bengtoa block, Kock Island. 111.
C. 1. SEAULE. s. w SSABLE.
SEARLE 6t SEARLE.
ATTORNEYS A D COUNSELLORS AT LAW -and
Solicitor- in Chancery; office Buford's
block, Kock Island.
McENIRY & McENlRY.
ATTORNEYS AT LW Loan money on good
security, make collections. Reference,
Mitchell fc Lymle, bimkers. Office in I'ostofflce
S. W. ODELL,
ATTOR EY AT LA 'V Formerly of Port Byron,
.i.iriuir tbe past two years with the firm of
B-owniiiv A Entriken at Moline. has now opened
an otfii'a-:n the Aadltcrinm bniidlrg. room 5, at
Mo' in i
11. M. PEARCE.
tiuom x: m Hitchel: A Lynde's new bloca
1R. J. E. HAWTHORNE.
Teurh extracted without DUin bv the new
No 17 6 econd avet.ne. over Krell t Math's.
Drs. Bickel .kSchoe maker,
Mitchel- & Lynde'a Block. Rooms 29-81.
Edward L. Damhati. Clark n. Bupord.
HAMMA1T & DUFORD.
ARCHITECTS, Rock Island. 111. Office Room
41, Mitchell fc Lyn le building.
&EO. P. STAUDTJHAR
Plans and snpertntendenco for all class at
Rooma 53 and 55, Mitch.;ll Lynde building
' TAKE ELB7ATOB
DR. "W. Y7. ADAMS,
Physician 2nd Surgeon.
Special attention gives to diseases of the Eve
Office and residence 3:8 Twentieth street.
Office hoars: 10 to 13 a. m.. 2 to A find 7 tr ft
r. M. Telephone No. 1209.
Pliysician 'anfl Surgeon,
1134 Th;kd Ave
Telephone 1270. Kock Island, III.
10 a. m. to 12 m., 1 to 3 p. m. and
J. R, Hollowbnsh, M, D, Geo. E, Barth, M. D.
drs. barth & hollowbush
Physicians and Surgrons,
Office 4fK33rd st. Telt-phoue 1IH5
Residence 71 Mitt st. use
Dr. Barth i ur, Hollowbnsh
"to 10 a.m. lOtol-.'a. m.
1 to and 7 to b p. m. l to 5 and 7 to S p; m.
DR. CHAS. M. ROEINSON
dice McCullongh Building, 1S4 W. 3d St.
iioors : 9 to 11 arc : 1 u. 4 uni.
I. F. Mtbrs, M. D. QS0. W. Wheeler, M. D.
DRS. MYERS 5c WHEELER,
turery ana lleaxei f Htmen
Office over Krell x Main's. Telephone 1148.
office hours :
dr. ters. i dr. wheeler.
ltolaa. m. R to 10 a. m.
2 to 5 acci 7 to 8 p. m 1 1 to 3 and 7 to n. m
Res. teleuhnne Urn.
I VMrt .l.,.hnn. 11flil
Mitchell & Lynde Block,
Take I levator.
1 K Injana Persona Restore."
fL 1 Dr.KLINE 8 GREAT
rBKAn&NSRVB UISSASBS. Only sup"
curt far' Aim j4 'frctufi. l-'Us. S-.Vr. tr.
INPALLIBLB if fcikpn AS directs. A' FtlM ftt?
nrstay's ft. Trea-ite arj is trial hotI; frwt
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.TV.'S1SM ill. TATtJtii FAAVOS
PULLED OUT HAIR BY HAIR.
A KeiUHikable Story of Indian Cruelty Su
perinduced by Jealousy.
Living near this town is a woman
whose prefectly bald head tells aenrions
storj' of jealousy and Indian cruelty. In
18o9 Oswald Thurwald, a Swedish farm
er, had a home in the territory close to
the Texas border, and his family con
sisted of wife, two daughters and a
son. Thrj Radians seemed friendly, pass
ing over the Thurwalds even when slay
ing tho other settlers about and fre
quenting their place to sell their wares
and to purchase snch goods ns Thur
wald brought out from the states for
barter. He was rapidly growing rich
and had made his preparations to move
to Dallas, where he intended to extend
his business, when the tragedy occurred
that destroyed his homo and scattered
It seems that the chief of the Tonkawa
Indians, who visited that part of the
country from the south on raiding ex
peditions, Lad seen Elsa, the elder
daughter, and fancying her offered to
buy her of her father. Brft Thurwald,
though fond of money, refused, which
gave great ofiV.ise to the chief. Return
ing home, he incited his people against
the Thurwulds, and the following spring
they made an attack on him. He and
his son succeeded in escaping," but the
wife and younger daughter, though they
eluded capture the first few days, were
overtaken finally. Mrs. Thurwald sank
nnder the fatigue of her flight through
a rugged country, and when the Indians
came np with them it was to find the
girl holding her mother in her arms, the
poor woman having just expired.
The next day the girl herself, lagging
on the march from an arrow wound in
her ankle, was shot in the presence of
her sister, who had been seized and held
from the moment of the attack till now.
She was taken to a village and given
into the charge of the squaws until the
men should have returned from the war
In the meantime the Kiekapoos de
clared war on the Tonkawas and raided
the village, when Elsa Thurwald was
carriifc off with Mich of the Indian
women as were spared as slaves. The
Tonkawas, on returning, itmnd the
smoking rtmuins 'of the house and
started after the dcs-jKiilers. overtaking
them close to the Colorado, where an
obstinate baf.le ensued, but boili sides
then consented lo a truce. The chief of
the Kiekapoos. however, stipulated
that the white woiaan should bo given
him. This was opposed by t lie Tonka
wa chieftain, who claimed her bv l ight
of priority. This bro-igiit :i a quarrel,
which was terminated by a hand to
hand fight between the rivals, resulting
in the chief of the Tonkawas being
killed and the lme of contention fall
ing to the vie. ,r.
He carried her home and confided her
to the care of his squaw witli the injunc
tion that if she were injured in any way
the life of the woman would pay for it.
But, fired by jealousy for her successor,
the woman took advantage of her lord's
absence to wreak her vengeance on the
detested object. Binding her to a tree,
she delilerately pulled out the unfor
tunate leauty's hair thread by thread.
This torture lasted several hours, until
the white woman's head was covered
with blood and she shrieking with agony.
When the chief returned aud learned
what had occurred, he ordered the witch
burned at the stake. She escaped into
the bush, but was recovered and the
sentence executed. Thurwald had now
died, but his son, hearing of his sister
being in the hands of the Indians, organ
ized a rescuing party and succeeded in
lilerating her alter IS months of captiv
ity. Her head took weeks to heal, and
it is thought her mind was affected by
her savage treatment, though in she
married a farmer in this vicinity. Her
hair has never grown again. Oklahoma
Letter in Philadelphia Times.
An English admiral who was once vis
iting a French flagship laid down his
quid on a convenient bulkhead lief ore
entering the officers' quarters. Whei.
he came out again, he was astonished to
find the quid in the place w.iere he had
"Poo!"' said hi!, in the hearing of t.ome
of the sailors, "you Frenchmen will
never be true sea dogs. No English blue
jacket, now, would ever have left an ad
miral's quid alone."
Whereupon one of the French sailors
stepped up, touched his cap and said:
"Beg pardon, admiral. I was chew
ing your u;d while you was in there,
but I put it back, yon know, when 1
heard vou coming out." Chicago Post.
l-'oiitciielie's 1'rcHriiiT C Miml.
The distinguished Frenc h author, Fon
tenelle, was loud of asparagus cooked in
butter. Cardinal Pubois was equally in
love with tho-vegetable served with wliite
Being onco invited to diuo together at
the house of a friend the effort was made
to gratify the palates of both by prepar
ing half the asparagus with butter and
half with white 6auce.
While the preparations were iu prog
ress the news was brought in that the
cardinal was dead.
Fontenelle did not wait a moment
Rushing to the door of the kitchen, he
cried to the chef: "Jean! JeanI You may
cook all the asparagus in butter." New
The Greatest Talus.
You get the greatest value out of a
silver quarter when purchasing- a
package of Simmons Liver Regula
tor powder. There is nothing- like it
for indigestion or constipation. Take
it dry on the tongue or make a tea.
You'll afterwards take it in prefer
ence to pills.
For Over Fifty Years-
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for children teethinr. It
soothes the child, softens the gums
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea
Twenty-live cents a bottle.
There is a man in New Hampshire
named William C. Todd who holds to
the theory that he is benefiting his fel
low creatures when he puts abundant
supplies of newspapers within their
reach. He lately provided for an ex
penditure of fi.OOOayear for newspa
pers for the Boston public library, and
it has since been discovered that he re
cently made a similar provision for the
public library of Newburyport He be
lieves in the value of newspapers, and
yet it seems that he is not a patent medi
cine man, as one might suppose, but a
retired schoolmaster, who has been a
great traveler and now pursues a life of
studious retirement in a village.
In extenuation of his action he declares
that the press has become the great
agency by which information is diffused
and the people are educated, and that
free reading rooms are likely to be more
in demand in the future than free libra
ries. It is interesting to notice that he seems
not to have suffered from the newspaper
publicity about which there is so much
complaint, and that even his neighbors
in Atkinson, where lu lives, were found
to possess scarcely any rHiable informa
tion abont his past career or the size of
his fortune. They knew him to be fru
gal in his personal habits and generous
in his benefactions, but that was all.
A Mammoth's Skeleton.
The largest mammoth skeleton in the
world is on exhibition at the Washing
ton State building at the Chicago fair.
In the spring of 1S78 Mr. Copelin, a
farmer living in the southwestern part
of Spokane county, state of Washington,
was digging a drain through a muddy
hollow, about 50 feet square, when he
came upon some unusually large bones.
He wisely exercised great care in dig
ging out the bones, and the result was
that science secured a valuable prize.
Professor W. K. Higley has prepared a
brief record of this work, showing that
121 bones or their fragments had been
found, aggregating 700 pounds in weight.
The length of the tusks is 9 feet 10
inches; circumference of the tusk at
base, 21 inches; numl)er of laminae of
lower teeth. 19; breadth of lower teeth,
3$ inches; length of lower teeth, 10
inches; breadth of the lower jaw at the
condyles, 21) inches: breadth of atlas, 18
inches; height of atlas, Hi inches; height
of pelvis, inches; breadth of pelvis, C2
inches; height o scalpnla, 25 inches;
length of humerus at middle of shaft, 19
inches. These are accurate measure
ments of the true bones in the mounted
skeleton. The height of this skeleton as
it stands is 13 feet, while that of the fa
mous St. Petersburg specimen is only 9
feet 3 inches. Toledo Blade.
A Cutainn of Kpilepsj-.
A curious, well authenticated case of
contagious epilepsy occurred among the
Northamptonshire rifle volunteers, who
returned home on Saturday after a
week's cauiping out at Wakefield Lawn,
the Northamptonshire residence of the
Duke of Grafton. At 6:30 in the morn
ing, while in the act of changing
guard, a sergeant, overcome by the
heat, fell to the ground in an epileptic
fit. The bugle was at once sounded for
the ambulance, and one or two stoojted
to assist the sergeant. Almost imme
diately another volunteer fell in a simi
lar fit, and in the course of the next two
minutes five more dropjied to the ground
insensible, leaving only five of the 12
men present unaffected. Tho ambu
lance corps soon appeared aud found
the remaining five men in a state of in
tense excitement. It was a long time
before several recovered from their fits.
One man, a corporal, insisted on return
ing at once to duty, but all the others
were invalided. Cor. Westminster Ga
zette. Iticyclea Nut Available For War.
The use of the bicycle for military
purposes, after having develoed with
great rapidity in France, has suddenly
received a check. General Loizillon,
the minister of war, has, it appears, little
faith in it. He has issued an order that
the cyclist corps are only to be used on
In time of war, he says, their use,
even if no account is taken of the liabili
ty of the machines to break, is likely to
cause serious miscalculations, and they
can only rarely be substituted for men
on horseback. The cyclists henceforth,
therefore, or until some successor to
General Loizillon more favorable to
them is appointed, will be reserved, by
his instructions, for garrison duty, for
the great maneuvers and iu time of war
for certain easy communications at the
rear of the forces. London News.
A Hide on tiie i'erris Wheel.
The following description of a ride on
the famous Ferris wheel is given by a
young woman of Sedalia, Mo. She says:
"The wind rushing through the iron
meshes converts the massive structure
into an roolian harp. If we knew not
from whence the low, soft rhythm pro
ceeded, we should judge it to be the
music of the spheres as thej- moved on
their way overhead."
Stuttering German Children.
A late census shows that there are
80,000 stuttering children in the Bchools
of Germany. The habit is said to be in
creasing, owing to children mimicking
one another. The school authorities
have taken steps to lessen the number of
children thus afflicted. New York
Professor Garner is getting on well
with his study of monkey language. A
letter dated from his steel cage, which
he has namtd Fort Gorilla, has been re
ceived in England from Fernandez Varz,
Africa. He writes that he has made a
large collection of curiosities and ani
mals. Conway village, in Massachusetts, S,
miles from the well known summer re
sort of Ashfield, is to be couverted into
a bustling manufacturing town and
market center, if an ambitious water
power scheme now on foot is consummated.
We authorize our advertised drug
gist to sell Dr. King's New Discovery
for consumption, coughs and colds,
upon this condition If you are af
flicted with a cough, cold or any lung,
throat or chest trouble, and will use
this remedy as directed, giving it a
fair trial, and experience no benefit,
you may return the bottle and have
your money refunded. We could not
make this offer did we not know that
Dr. King's New Discovery could be
relied on. It never disappoints.
Trial bottles free at Hart. & Ulle
mever's drug store. Large size 50c
and $ 1.
Since its first introduction Electric
Bitters has gained rapidly in popular
favor, until now it is clearly in the
lead among pure medicinal tonics
and alteratives containing nothing
which permits its use as a beverage
ir intoxicant, it is recognized as the
hest and purest medicine for all ail
ments of stomach, liver or kidneys.
It will cure sick headache, indiges
tion, constipation, and drive malaria
fiom the svstem. Satisfaction guar
anteed with each bottle or the money
will be refunded. Price only 50c per
bottle. Sold bv llartz & L'ilemeyer.
BUCKLES S AKSICA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rhcura
Fever sores, tetter, chapped hands,
chilblains, corns, and all skin erup,
tions, and posi .ively 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 & Ullemeyer '
Duration of Nouli's 1'luntl.
In Gould's "Notes and Queries," vol
ume C, page the following questions
are asloi1.: "Ave the floods known as
Noah's. I);u-:f io:s and the Atlantean
deluges considered to be one and the
same?" The editor refers the question
to his corresKndcnts. and Mrs. L. T.
George cf Chicago answers it, inciden
tally giving the following curious par
ticulars aud minute details concerning
ihe "great breaking up of The waters:"'
"The deluge v. :. ti p iueti' d in the year
i:.:!f "and btgau e:i Dec. '.. 1('.."'0. B. C.
and conth .ued :77 days. The ;.r!c rested
npo:i Mount Ararat on May (. t.'i7, but
Noah did i:ot leave :t un.il Dec. IS fol
lowing." Any reader v.-.a. : ... amines that
it would be an easy ;a.-': ; liiure these
details fivni the Biblical account can
find a basis for Lis calculations in the
seventh and right?" c'
St. Louis BepubJic.
aotcrs of to nes:
it Ppeia the lyes-
"My dau, liter is loj-tn? her sijrht," said an
anxious moihir, '"and j;ist on ihc e'eof marriage,
tool Whet s-ha 1 I do"' "Let her get married,
I'y all means." responded he doctor: "marriage
is a repular eye opener " A man's eyes open
pre;ty widely, when hi: fitids his wile's charms
d:sapiearins;. Health is the best friend of beauty,
and the innmnerab'.c 'Us 1 1 which women are pc
cul arly subject, its wcrst cnemlncs. Experience
proves that women who possess the best health,
use Dr. Tierce's Favorite Prescription. It Is the
only medicine for women, sold by druggists, un
der a j.os'tive guarantee from the manufacturers,
thht i will pivc satisfaction in tvery case, or
money wi'l be refunded. Thi guarantee has
heen tiriited oi the bntt'e vr.ipper. end faith
lul'ij carr'ed out for m my yrars.
"When Tvil.y tv.ih hVI;, vtp fniv- ,,r (."astoria.
Vai'ii lie was a OhiM. site t nei for 1 'ostoria.
V'iwa sl:e liec.i-Tie ?.!is.., sa,' c!!:: e 'astoria.
When .sh- Lad CWidivn, she gave' hem Castor J
Children Cry for
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
bowels each day. Most people need
to use it.
Crnic? -en Cry for
Coughing leads to consumption.
Kemp's Balsam will stop the cough
Children Cry for
Eis'ucp Wl.ir.le i f Virginia, one of the
o'.dust prelates i:i the Protestant Episco
pal church in this country, is threatened
with total blindness at Clifto Springs,
in that state.
"o.e we Xi,.
a fx Wm pa W H Vw 1 -Ti
is and will ever be the
Gout. Influenza. Backache.
Pains in the Side. Chest and
Joints, Neuralgia, Sprains, &c
Before yon need to buy, obtain
tw FREE OF CHARGE'S
ths valuable book: "Guide to Health'with
endorsement ot prominent pnyaicians.
17 Warren Str,
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European Houses! Budolstadt, London!
1 iwiia, i nurue ,xMn.teraaaii mien.
tmremberg. JLonsteia. Letpaie.
25 & 50 Cta a bottle, For Sale by
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Office Cor. ISth St.
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Representing over 40 Million r
of Cash assets
Fire. Life. Tornado.
Bonds of Suretyship.
OFFICE Room 21, IHitcfce'l tv.. .
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General . .
Tfce Old Fire nni T:m. rcr.; i, a
Losses Promptly ?a:i
as low as sny reliant cora;'.v tv. if
Yocr Piiiror-ase n.'r.:Jr. " "
STATE SAVINGS BAJ5I
office Corner Fifteenth street anc Tt rcAa
Succeeds the Moline Savin?! uats. Or;st jk.A
i PtrCEM MEREST .AlDMMME
Organlxed under Stile Lt?.
Orn from 9 a. m. to 3 i m., and Wrtarjjt
Saturday nitrhts frcni7:c;rc
t'O&TKR SKIXKER. - P-e
H. A. AmswoKTa, - - Virc-Prv?.
I. F Hemenwav, . . v.;
DI RECTO St :
Porter Skinner. W. W. wt: ...
C. A. Rose, H . A. Aiirfworx
G. H. Edwards. W. H. Ai.'.o.
Andrew Friberg, o. F. IleacLw-;.
REAL ESTATE LOAM
made for private parties :n the ci."it
spot ol the we6t by the
Orchard State Banl
of ORCHARD. NEBRASKA.
E. W. Daar. President.
J. S. Pakt Cute:
REFERENCES. Mitcbell Lynde, Bankers
J. F. Hobinrnin, Casbier Kock I
i.e. Carter, V. D.
lenry Dart's Sens. Wnolesa.c i.r'cr
T H THOMAS.
If troubled with tionorrhnpal
For ttn v imnutiinl A V C .'! Ill fc
ronr tlrneirist for a .r-:'"e 01
Hig G. 1 1 cures in a w J-.rJ
without .:.. . rut.'.ii ef
doctor. Non-poisonc: B"
enaranteel not to st tv.re-
Tht I'nivrrsal Amrriean .n-
Th Evans Chscica! Cc.l
u. a. a.