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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17, IMK.
THE TEAYELEKS' GUIDE.
j"HICaGO, BOCK ISLAND PACiriU KAILr
way oepoi comei ruioiTDuuvssu iuuy
tnt street. Frank H. Plammer, agent.
ouncU Blutls A Mmueso-
U Day Express
Kansas City Day Sxpress. .
Washington Express.. ...
Omaha and Denver Vesti- l
bule Express (
Ft Worth.D.-nvcr Jt 4-inCItj
1 :05 am 4:45 am
10:S0 pm 6:14 am
:45 am. 7:46 pm
3.45 am' 3:20 am
4:5ii am.'ll :05 pm
5:30 pm 9:00 am
6:17 am1 9:(I5 pm
:10 am: S :35 pm
Btoart-Rock Island Extrei
St. rani and Minneapolis. ,
Kansas City and St . .loe. ..
Des Moines, Omaha t Lin
J:40am!10 20 pm
Dally. G-in east. totnr wen.
F. H.I'l.lXKR, Agt.
L. M. AlI'm. Cen. Apt. Pass. Dept. Davenport
TJURLI ivtTuN ROUrB-C, B. V. RAIL
war Deuot drat avtr-ne and 8iltenth t
V.J. Young, went
"t. Lonle Express. .. 6:45 an.
St. Lout Bxpreia t 7:45 pm
8t. Paul Bxpreaa 7 .nspm
neardstown Pasenur ' 8 :60 pm
Sterling Passenir ' 7:im
CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE ST. PAUL RAIL
way Racine A Southwestern Division De
pot Twentieth straet. between First and Second
avenue, E. D. W. Holme, agent.
TRAINS. LAVB ABBIvm.
Kail and Express 7:00an. 9 W ja.
St. Paul Express .. 4'4Upm 11:45am
Ft. Aecammodation f:44a 9 0itn
ROCK ISLAND & PEORIA RAILWAY DB
pot First avenue and Twentieth a'.reet.
H. Rockwell, Agent.
8:iis ami 7:115 pm
2:Hpm 1:25 pm
9:10am 3:00 pm
4:00 pm R:05 am
Fait Mall Express
Cable Accommodation .
BURLINGTON, CEDAR R APIDS 4 NORTII
ern railway, depot fiot of Brady street.Dav
enport. J.B.ilannesan. Geu.T'k't & Pass.Atfent.
! Leave. ! Arrive.
.. Iit:55 pm'lilO 45am
vv am .hi i;io pm
Leave West Davenport
Wes' Lilie rtv Train"
Norih. t"'-uth .
' 1(7:95 in Iil0:4.r.pm
alli:3'i pui ' n4 Ulna
mi 4'i am
M :15 pm hS:Wam
lip : in ni ' Id :15im
aDaily. bl) ii'y except Sunj iy.
Going South mul ea.t
MOST DIBBCT BOCTE TO TEE
East. South Southeast.
...i 8:0n am
. . 8 :4ft am
... :0 am
. . ! 8 :3 am
3 :tf7 pm
4 :3S pm
5: to pm
Lv. Rock Island.
- Ar. Orion
Bioomington. . . .
. 1:15 pm'
. 3:40 pm!
.. 4 'IK pmi
. . :MI pm )
J 3:50 pm'
. 6:55 pm I
. 1 :20 am 1
. 11:00 pm!
10: 00 am
7 :40 am
, WIST BOUND.
Ar. Ro N:ar.'i
tt):10 am 3:50pm
1:45 pm TjOSpm
Accommodation trains leavr; Rn-k Island at
S:00a. m. and 6.ii t. m ; arrive at Peoria 3:50 p.
m. and 1 :15 a. m. Loave Peojia kttio a. m. and
7 -.15 p. m; arrive Rock Island 4:00 p. m and 1:85
All trains rm daily etcc.it Sunila; .
Ail piieTiror r!n arrive an? depart Union
denot. I rtiiria.
Fr'ie OTair c-on F in! Expres i'tiveen Rock
Islon l an i Pe ir.a, both ilirec'.to!".
Tnron' i tie'e to ali p iints; liaai.-aee coecked
hronh to deMnatiou.
Li. Rocii I-ila-.iJ tt.lo am 4.00 pri
Arr. Reynold'" 10 -in am 5.05 pm
" Cable 11.00 am 5.40 pre
Lv. '"nie , 6.2i am 18.50 pra
Ar. Reynolds ...; 7.i am 1.45 pm
" Hock Inland ; 7.55 am 3.00 pm
IT. B.SUDLOW, n.. TOCKHOU8S
Suuerintendan: 1 -t:" Tk:. Agei t
Great Rock Island Route
TO THE EAST.
Best Dining Car Service in the World.
Ihcliock Island is ton-most in
ddontin"; any advantage calculated
to improve speed and ;ive that lux
ury, bafety anil comfort that jxipular
patronage demands. Its equipment
s thoroughly complete with vesti
bulcd trains, magnificent dining
cars, 6leeperti and chair coaches, all
the most elegant, and of recently ini
Fuirhful and capable management
vnd iiolite, honest service from em
ployes are important items. They
are 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 for complaint on that ground
Che Great Rock Island Route runs all
legnlar trains to Englewood subur
)an station, close to World's Fair
jrouLds, and you can save time and
-odb,e by getting off at that point
inu avoiu me crowd in tne cltv.
For full particulars as to tickets,
reaps, rates, apply to any coupon
ticffii oiuoe m inc united states,
Cuni'la or Mexico, or address:
" t;'1 Tkt. & Pass. Agt., Chicago, 111.
r JonN. (ien'l Mgr. Chicago 111.
It Cures Colds. Coughs. Bars Threat. Croup, Influ
enza. Wkoopic g Coagh, Bronchitia and Asthma.
A certain care for Consumption in first stages,
and a sure relii f in advanced stages. Use at aaos.
Yon will see tie excellent effect after taking the
first dose. 8ol i by dealers everywhere. Largs
bottles 60 eeato and $1.00.
ATTORNEY AT L AW Office in Mitcheil A
Lynae's new block.
JACKSON & HURST,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office in Rrck Idund
National Ba-ik buildint:. Rock If land. 111.
E. D SWEBVEV. C. L. WALK ' R.
SWEENEY & WALKER.
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT L A W
Ollice in Bet ston's block, Hock Island. 111.
C. 1. SEAKLB. A. W. SEAKLB.
SEAKLE & SEARLE.
ATTORNEYS A SD COUNSELLORS AT LA W -and
Solicito-s in Chancery; offce ISuford":
block. Rock Island
McENIRY & McENIRY.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW Loan money on cowl
cernrlty. n tike collections. Keference,
Mitclii-U ii Lyni.e, hanker. Ofticc in l'cwtoflice
S W. ODELL,
ATTi-USEY AT LA W Formerly of Port Byro?..
an.i .nirlr.i th past two years with the firm ol
B owiiii,.- A Entr ken at Moline. has now opened
a i ofhct-in the A jditormm huiidii g. room 6, at
DR. AS AY,
PI1YS ViAN AND SURGEON -1134
Tik-p:ioi:e 1170 Rock Island, Ul.
Office Hour,-: : 0 a. m. to 12 m., 1 to 3 p. m. and
J. R. Ho'.iowhush M D Geo. E. Barth, M. P.
DRS. BARTH & HOLLOWBUSH
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
lihee 40-.('.3rd st. Telephone 10K5
Hesiiienci 781 aist st. ' HSb
Dr. Barth I Dr. Uollowbnsh
to 10 a, m. 10 to 12 a. m.
1 to t and to 8 1. m, I 1 to 5 and 7 to 8 p.m.
DR. CHKS M. ROBINSON,
EYE, EAR. NOrE, AND THROAT ONLY
umce Mccuilonsh Buiniine. m w . 3d St.
Hours : 8 to 11 a n : 1 to 4 Dm.
J. F. Mtebs, M. Ii. Geo. W. Wheeler, M. D.
DRS- MYER8 & WHEELER,
aorrry ami i . of 4 nmesi
Offlce overKrel! & Math"s. Telephone 1148.
t tpice iiocrs:
I dr. wheeler.
I 8 to to a. m.
I I to 4 and 7 to p. m
' Res. telephone. ll'JO.
11 to 12 a. m.
2 to 5 ami 7 to 9 p. m
lies, teletiiiiine r.tJit
R. M FEARCE,
ENTIST Honm :i". in Mitchell A Lyude'K new
bio,; Take elevator.
DK. J E. HAWTHORNE,
DENTIST--feet i extracted wtthont puin by
tne new ue hoa. .-c ITlti Second avcnni-
over Kreil ilatl.'s.
DRS- BICKLE & SCHOEMAKER,
-aENTAL SUR iEONS Mitchell & l.vnde'
J block. Koon 2-31. (Taae ci levator,
ARCHITECT, Rock Island, III. Office Koom
41, Mitchell d Lynde building.
GEO. I'. STAUDUHAR,
ARCHITECT ' ans and superintendence for all
class tu Build .cirs. Rwms53 and 55 Mitch
ell & Lynde ounouifr. take elevatob '
W. A- DARLING.
R iom 3S, Mitchell & Lynde block
Is Life Worth Living?
That Depends Upon Tour Health.
Will core yon and keep you well,
ror tale at Harrer Douse Pharmacy.
Jotin Volk & Co.,
Sash, Doors, I linds, Siding, Flooring
And all kinds of wood work for builders.
Eighteenth St- be . Third and Fourth avenuos.
STEAVBOATING ON THE OHIO.
It Was at the Height of Iu Prosperity
Haifa Centnry Ago.
It was from 1840 to 1S55 that 6tam
boating was at its height. Fortunes
were made in those years by men who
owned and ran boats. There were lots
of steamers on the river then. The em
bryo industries of that period depended
on the river entirely, for railroads had
only been proposed not built. About
100 steamboats were built at Pittsburg
annually to rnn on the Ohio and Missis
sippi rivers. This city was noted for
the trim crafts it placed on the water, as
some of the biggest and liest running
steamers were built at the headwaters of
The boats of the early steamboat ing
days were all side wheelers. It was not
nntil late that the advent of the stern
wheel boats, occurred, and when it did
they were not looked upon with favor
by the denizens of the side wheel crafts.
The rivermen regarded them as an in
ferior kind of boat, on whose decks it
was beneath the dignity of a first class
6teamloatman to tread.
The packets were of good size and
stoutly built. The- were not supplied
with swinging stages and steam cap
stans, and their engines were of sure but
not so graceful movement as engines
now, and electric lights fur steamboats
were not even dreamed of. But they
served their pnrpuA? iu making big mon
ey fur their owners.
There was but one organized packet
company running boats down the river
from Pittsburg. It was the old Pittsburg
and Cincinnati Packet line, and it owned
about 2.1 steamboats, some of which left
the rittsburg wharf daily. Among them
were the Buckeye State, the Ilibernia,
Pittsburg. Crystal Palace und Pennsyl
vania. These boats were all stoutly
built au.l cs.tecially adapted for fast
running. The laws relating to racing
were not so stringent then as now, and
exciting contests of sjieed on the river
One of the swiftest of the packets was
the Pennsylvania. She was the largest
of the Cincinnati bouts and made some
splendid i cords tin the Ohio. She was
210 feet 1-ing and ;il feet beam. Another
fast steamer was the Alleghany. She was
not sn 1-irgi- as the Pennsylvania, but
was almost as sjH i-dy. Some of these old
Cincinnati Packet line boats were sunk,
a few burned, and the others wore out in
the river service.
Besides the Cincinnati company's pack
ets there were several steamers, most of
them owned by Pittsburgers. which ran
down the river and which had no regu
lar trades, but made trips whenever and
wherever there was occasion for their
services. They were chiefly to St. Louis
and New irleans. the trip to the last
named point lieing completed in about
20 days. There were a few boats run
ning up the Monongahela and Alleghany
rivers. Brownsville was as far up as
the slackwater improvements extended
on the Monongahela, and Franklin was
the head of navigation on the Alleghany.
A Ikardistan Leprnil of a Itear.
Two women, a mother and her little
daughter, were one night watching their
field of Indian corn "makai" against
the inroiids of the K-ars. The mother
had to g'i to her house to prepare the
fcxid and ordered her daughter to light a
fire outside. While she was doing this
a liear Rim" and look her away. He car
ried her to his den and daily brought her
to eat and drink. lie rolled a big stone
in front of the den whenever he went
away on his tours, which the girl was
not strong enough to move.
When she became oi l enough to do
this, he used daily to lit k lu r feet, by
which they became swollen and gradu
ally dwindled down to mere misshapen
stumps. The girl eventually died, and
the poor bej:i after vain efforts to re
store her to life, roamed disconsolately
abont the fields. Dr. Leitner in Asiatic
A ltook llrtiuglkt lhiwn I'mm Heaven.
According to Mohammedan lielief , the
first copy of the Koran, or Alkoran,
their sacred book, was brought down:
from the highest to the lowest heaven
by Gabriel on the mysterious night of
Al Khade in the month (if Ramadan.
This wonderful hook, written in heaven
and bound in satin, jewels :tnd gold, was
communicated to Mokammc.1 at differ
ent times during a ieri"'t i f Ci! years.
This was done, according 1o Moham
medan belief, either by Gabriel in hu
man shape or by God himself. When
Gabriel ac ted as translator and commu
nicator, Ii" did so "with a great sound of
music rinl bells." (rod appeared cith'-r
"veiled or unveiled during Mohamiu'-d's
waking hours or during dreams at
night." St. Louis Republic.
Apropos of Marion Crawford's remark
about our mnstached butlers, that they
amused him after the shorn ones of Eng
land, why won't somebody say that our
butlers our American butlers wear
mustaches, and we, when abroad, find
it amusing to see the English butlers
smooth shaven, and wonder why their
masters do not insist that their mouths
be covered. Will the time ever come
when we will dure to be Americans?
There are great lessons to be learned
from the older nations of the world,
great models to be studied and wisdom
to be got from the experience which is
the accretion of centuries, concerning
which the taste of one cultivated com
munity is as good as that of any other.
New York Times.
The Cat Was Hungry.
A young lady bookkeeper employed in
an office at South Manchester, Conn.,
has been in the habit for some time past
of giving the office cat a piece of meat
for its lunch every day. Precaution is
taken to lay a piece of paper under the
meat to avoid greasing the floor. The
other day at lunch hour, when there was
no meat, pussy begged for some in her
tnost intelligent fashion, and at last go
ing to the wastebasket dragged forth
her regular paper table cloth and laid it
properly for the meat. Philadelphia
It Should b in ery Hons.
J. B. Wilson, 371 Clay St., Sharps
bur", Fa., savs he will not be with
out Dr. Kind's New Discovery for
Consumption. Cougiis and (.olds, 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 g-ood. Robert Barber, of
Cooksixirt, l'a., claims Dr. Kind's
New Discovery has done him more
rood 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 and $1.
This 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 exist 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 cure all malarial fevers.
For cure of headache, constipation
and indigestion try Electric Bitters
Entire satisfaction guaranteed, or
money refunded Price o0 cts. and
$1.00 per bottle at Hartz & Ulle-
BI CKI.KN S ARNICA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum
Fever sores, tetter, chapped hands,
chilblains, corns, and all skin erup,
tions. and positively cures piles or
no pay required. It is guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
Foi .-ale bv Hartz & Ullemever
Kihtnri's lkial Nature.
I have never met with a more passion
ate, fiery actress than Ristori, with one
possessed to the same degree by the
demon of tragedy. Yet when she came
to Paris for the llrst time she was nurs
ing her last child. Well, on the days
she was acting she brought her Isaby
with her to the theater, put it to sleep
and went to give it the breast during
the intervals of "Myrrha." which is sim
ply the must monstrously passionate of
all dramatic works. Did the part of
nurse detract from the part of the tragic
actress: By no means. Did the part of
the tragic actress detract from the part
of the nurse': No more than in the cith
er case. I am. no doubt, quoting an ex
ceptional fact, which may be solely ac
counted for by the strength of organiza
tion possessed by Mine. Ristori, but La
Malibrau also showed ns numWrless
contrasts of feeling altogether unlocked
for. "Recollections of Sixty Years."'
Love and unokc are nimble to conceal them
selves.' and so it u with catairh. No man suf
fering from thi? loathsome diea. can conceal
the fa t Trom the aorld. Ve. matter how cul
tured, learned, fortai or brilliant he is while hi?
friei ds ni'iy be polite cnouizh to dissemble thir
real feelings his very company Is loathsome.
What a lilessine it wonld he to humanity if everv
person nfP.ic'pi with caVirih In the head, cmM
only k-flow that Er. Sace"s Catarrh Remedy will
positively and permanent y cere the worst cae.
The manufacturers guarantee to cure every case
or forfeit $riD0 The reineiy is pleasHUt to ne
and costs only if1 t ills.
Wl et: 7.al'V siek, we ;rav.- i,-r C'nsToria
V.'lv. ;. vr.s .. '"iii.'l. si: ' , foT-Cu-toria.
".-. a sl' - v:7-:' Mi .s. sV i-l'iri:: t '."..t-iria.
Vfli;-ii .::t" l.;.u t'l ii.lrc i, she p;veheni 'Jk.-.tor m
Children Cry for
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
b iu els each day. Most people tietd
to use it.
OrsikVen Cry for
Coughing leads to consumption.
Kemp's Balsam will stop the cough
Chrtdret. Cry for
i - " - -
The idea that th:- earth is slowly cirv
nig up has quite a setback by a receii
j nniionncemeut of the hydrography en
; tineers that the gulf of Mexico is one
j oot higher now than it was in 1800.
is and will ever be the
Gout, Influenza. Backache,
Pains in the Side. Chest and
Joints, Neuralgia, Sprains, Sec.
Before you need to boy, obtain
-FREE OF CHARCE-W
the valuable book: "Quids to Health," with ,
enuorsemenu ot prominent puyuoiana,
I ATI 11 U V tl '
17 Warren Str.
Prize Medals Awarded 1
European Houses: Eudolstadt, London,
lenna, i rsgue ,Aoiuraamt uiieu,
Euxemberg, Konsteia, Leipaio.
25 & 50 Cts. a bottle, For Sale by i
ECSST V5S X0SESI7S
DB. L L CABKIB.
Stricken Down with Heart Disease.
Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Jnd.
Gevtleve : I feel it rr.y duty, as we'.l .-.
pleasure, 10 publish, unsolicited, to the work"! i .
Leuelit received from on. Milis-BrTosTiv
RrmcDica I vas stricken down with Jirm
lHaraK and its complications, a mpid pulse vtr
in from 90 to 140 beats r minute, a chokinc; .
burning sensation in the wind pipe, oppressit
rion of the heart and below lower rib, pain in i !,.
urras. shortnos of breath, tleeplessre--s, weskr.
:nd peneral debility. The arteries in my r.ec
would throb violently, the throbbing of rr.y he ur.
could be heard across a large room and oi.i-'
shake my whole body. I was so nervous thut .
could not bold my liand steady. X have. b-rr.
unitrr i he trratmjntef eminent phyrieinn
and have taki gallons of Patent Median
irithnnt the It-ant benefit. A friend Terr
mended your remedies. Phe was cured by 1
W i!c' remedies 1 have taken . .
three billies of your errUHfe'
Heart Cure and two bottles " u-
Nervine. My pulse is normal, I have no r:n
violent throbbing of the heart. am wcu
I (.ineerelv reeomr.iend everyone with symptom,
of Heart 'iiisease to take Zr. Miles' jlctorur
tie" Remedies and bo cured.
tin's"111 City, Kans. L. L. CAKHEa.
Sold on a I'ositive Guarantee.
OR MONEY R ETU P N CO.
OOO . . O . . O . . O . . O . . O . . O . . O . . O . . OOO
J Hair Death. J
iirMatitl? remove? an forever d-troy ob
" jfcttouiihle ha r wiicih'T upon The hans, w
fact-, arm or iktk, without di-coloraiion
- or injury to The iiiosit dolicsitf It was
I PK F1FTT TfARH TIIK SFlUET POUSfLA OF
C K a- 3Ci ! WiLt-ov. at-kLOw locpt-d l..y phyj- C
; clonp as the hitrhtt a ithoruy and the ;
mo st cmiin!i! i1tTinaoIoiri-t and hair t-;e,ia- -liet
that i-veriivoii. Iunri lii-nrivate prac-
lice of a life t m amori'T trie nohlit y and ar-
itoracr of Europe htr prt cribei lhi re- .
rip-. l'u rr., I hy n ail, eureJy packed.
t'orrospondecc ronfl cutial. Sn!e Aeent?
! f..r America. A citing THE KOOKCM
- Ki n T H Al K C HO WE " CO . 1 p!. K., 57
x sjouth 5th avenue. New York. r
00 O ' " O O ' O " " O " O " " O O ' ' OOO
STATE OF ILLINOIS. I
Rock Isisd Couktt, )
In t he circuit court, in c hancery :
Monroe Swank vs Sarah E. Manes (formerly
SwaiiklE. Anthony Majiesia th ir jroperper
sou. and Mary L. Swank, John M. Swank. Ida M.
Swank, sanie E. Swank and Edward S. Swank,
the minor heirs of the late Daniel C. Swank, de
ceased, by John T. Kenworthy, p aardian ad lit
em r on eloi-ure general o. 3o.
Notice is Irereby tiven that bv virtue of a de
cree of said conrt entered in the above entitled
raue on tne 7th div of Setitember. A.D. 1S93.I shail
on Sa'urdar. the astb day of tT'cber. A.D.1S9-H, at
the hour of a o'clock in the afternoon, at the court
house, tn tne city or kock lei inn, in said county
of Kock Ii-land. to satisfy said decree, sell at pub
lic vendue to the hurhst bidder for cash that cer
tain parcel of land, situat ; iu the county 01 Koca
Ulano and state of Illinois, known ant described
follows, to-wit :
The eouth part of the northeast quarter t i of
th scuihwei-t iiunKcr ( W of section seventeen
(17), in township tight-i u OSi. nor'.h rane two
ivi. ea-ti'I tne rourtn pnncinai meridian, cou-
ainiii' ievrn till aid tweuty-.-me ril) huu
ir ill lis i ere-. n the towr.iih:r of Zuma.
Hated at liojk leland. lllinoii'. this :v;h day of
Sejiteuiber. A. I. 1V.H. 11 ttXK V Cl hTI?.
a-iter in t hancery. liork Island fouutv. 111.
YcEmbt a McEMULOimiilainact's so icitors.
By virtue of n execution and foe hiii Vn
dolt issued out of the clerk's ofEce of the county
court of Hock Island county, and state of Illinois,
nu iu me uirec.ieu. wcereoy i am commanded to
make the amount of a certain Judgment recently
ohtained airainst the Coal ValleT Butter and
heese company in favor of W illiam Bailey. out
or the lands, tenement. Goods and chattels of
the said defendant. Coal Valley Butter and
ncei-e compiny,! nave levied upon the following
property, to-wit .
Lots numbers thirteeen (13. fourteen m. fir.
teen (15) and sixteen (16) in the F-rst addition
10 me rosn or vinajre or Coal Valley, in the
county of Kock Island, and state of Illinois.
Therefore, according tosaid command I shallex
'.ose for sale at public auction all the rinbt. title
and interest of the above named. Coal Valley
Butter an i Cheese company, in and to the above
described property, on Saturday, the 2Mh day of
October, 1893. at in o'clo k a. m.. at the north
door of the Coal Valley Butter and heese com
pany's factory on premises above described, in
the county of Rock Island and state of llliuois,
for cash in hand, to satisfy said execution and
Dated at Rock Island this 4h day cf Octo
ber. A. 1). 1SVS C4 Kl S 13. GbRlMVN,
Sheriff of Rock island County. lUinoia.
LABOR, TIME, MONET
Dae it your own way.
It is the beet Soap made
ror v ashing Machiue use.
WARNOCX & RALSTON.
So I everywhere
5" 7l ??
Cor. Michigan A.e and Monroe SLCrTlCAGO
THOROUGH INSTRUCTION. CHEAP BOARD1MO
elegant tirtvroo building
-0..-r,.w.. o m POWFRi.Prin
A. D HUE$!
anown Fire Insur
Royal 1 Insurance Cob-,,.. ,
t eschefter Kirc h, . :" E
Buffalo German 1-7 VjC . "
Rochester German'i;.'-!. .
Citizens' Ir. :. ' i "- ,kv.:.
Snn Fire Office. uA-.'-tX
Lnion Ins. Co., . f i'
Security ins. Co..Nefc-'
Milwaukee Mtr yx
German Fire It? c.
Office Cor. ''.,'
"THE OLD BElUl
HAYES & CLIATrJ
Ret resenting over 411 j;;-..,.
r-re. Life. Tc-
Bends of Sure!vs"r..p.
J M BUF0R
Genera! . .
1 nsurance a
The old F'.ri. ?.:. - ,;. .
tales as low as ar. re'V. e r..--
Von- Patrutii-e -
STATE SAVINGS I
office Comer TiFetizt f.rct: kcT:
Succeeds the Mo!:te Ssv.tcs ati. osJ
5 PtrCEST WTECE5T .HDcj
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H. A. Ainswoutm. - V.
3. F. Hemenway.
Por.er Skinti r. W.T. T,
C. A. Rose, H A A::
G. H. Edwards. V. E A
Andrew Fr.ber. r. F. He:
. li-.rnni Irlu.j.
REAL ESTATE LC
made for private - '-'
jKt of thi. wos:
Orchard State I
of ORCHAHi'. N-::::a?:
E. W. Dart. !'n :-:.: l:.
J. s. ".IT
Mitchell A Lyr.de. Bit m rs.
J. F. Kobinsou, c ?L:i.r iv
I'. C Carter, M. P.
Uvnry Uatt's Sons. W:.o.i -
Broadway, Cor. Prince M.. Nf
Refitted and renovated un j' ' -'
on the European plu.
Room rates $1 a day ar.d iis ire
Restaurant eqaal to the bit x U t
crate rate. . , ,
streetcars from a'.l R. R station
boat and ferry landings pass tLe doo.-
HILDRETU 4 KV&A
Washes every thing froIE
silk handkerchief to a
tent; Lace curtains asp
No. 1724 THlBDi
A. M. & L. J. FAHI