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X1IE A11GUS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOHEll 25, JSiT.J.
POLLY AND THUNDER.
THE TK KM" unK.
CiK to, hik'h Ila' f& ru; KAIL.
?ii-Depot eorni if'li .venue and Thirty
get I ftrsot. Frank H. Plaronier, agent.
1a DY iix press t
Kansas City Day Bxpresa. .
Wa.Mnirton Kxprea ....
UtnaQa and Denver Vesti-1
ho'- Kxnrcss.... I
Tt Wortb.D.nvcr & ien-!f
Ptnan-l-tM-K Island Expre
M. Paul and Minneapolis....
Kansas City and St. Joe. ...
IHta Moines, Omaha it I. in I
T :S5 pm
3 45 am
6 :30 pm
'10 40 pm
Dailv. G in rant. fln'TiriMi.
F. n. Pi.FaaKR, Afit.
K M. All x. (.en. Apt. 1'sss. Dept. Iitiif1
"OCrtLlNlT' K l!'.'B-C.. K. si. KAIL
-Di'i.n i'ooe and Sixteenth st
Ti . J. Young, airenr .
t. L'Hii til press
Jt. Lool tttpraia ...
Merlin paenea-.. ..
f 45 pm
' 7 0 pn;
V :50 pm
7 :5ft am
in :45 am
CtEICAUO. MIL.WACRES & ST. PAI L RAIL-
way Racine A southwestern Division De
pot Twentieth strait, between First and Second
avenue, S. D. W. Holmca.gtnt
LaavB I Aaatva.
4 41 ami ll: am
7 :4 anil 0 run
Mail a ail xprea
St. Pa a I Exprxs ... .
OCR ISLAND A PEORIA RAILWAY DB
pot First (venue and Twentieth atreet. K
Fait Mall Express
Cable Accommodation . .
Lurt J Akritb
i :0ft am! 7 it pm
2:ipm 1:25 pm
:i0 ami 3 61 pm
t :00 pm! 4:05 am
BURLINGTON, CEDAR RAPIDS A NORTH
era railway, depot foot of Brady street.Dav
nporu J.B.Hannegan, Gen.T'kt & Pas. Anent.
Leave West Davenport .
Leave. I Arrive.
b:M pm M0 45 am
hi 00 amlbll:IS pm
Wes' Liberty Tra'n
I t North. ! ;S"Hth .
j r,7:ft,m bWitSpm
j a6 45 am
hi :15 pm
aDailv. hDAl'v except Sunday, nioing noch.
Going South mil easi
it oiwtirt aC TO the
Zast, South aud Southeast
S :30 pm
3 :57 pm
4 : pm
jr. Roc Inland.
Springfield. ... ..
8 :45 am
9 :0 am
1 :15 pm
S :40 pm
6 :55 pm
1 :2ll am
10; oo am
T .10 n't
II -m pm
Vr. Ror fmr. I . .
110:10 am 3:50 pa
I I :Vt pmi 7 :0B pm
-rf n or latioc train lenve Ro-k Island at
;ti1. n wJ6.i0p. m; arrive nt Peoria 3:50 p.
ni. anrl l : a. rn. Leave Ptojia B:l)0 a. m. and
! :15 p. m; arrive Rock IsSsind 4:00 p. m. and 1:45
All train nn dally exrei't 8nndaj.
Ail !); :eor r-ainii arrive an(? depart Union
rT';- ' i iir c i-on Par Etprces :"twrccn Rock
island a i 1 eoria, htth dirnclionH.
Tnr-nn fiettot to aM p int.; hisirAe checked
ironuT o 4olinattiu.
I Accom, j Accom.
Lv. Rc 1-lan.l A.ln anil t.00 pm
Arr. Ri-vno'de 10. JO am 5.05 pm
CahlB ! 11.00 ami 5.40 pm
C-.. .2i' am l.50pm
Ar. Hfvnold .1 7 m am 1.45 pm
- R-x-v talaod 1 7.55 ami 3.110 pa
H. B. SUDliOW, a. XTH7KHOC7SK
Snusiinienlent J-u''. Ttt. Abui t
Great Rock Island Route
TO THE KAST.
3e&t Dining Car Service in the World.
The Hock Island ia foremost in
xdotinr any advantage calculated
to improve speed and p;ive that lux
ury, ttiifety and comfort that popular
patronage demands. Its equipment
?s thoroughly complete with vesti
buled trains, magnificent dining
cars, sleepers and chair coaches, all
the most elegant, and of recently im
yit.hf ill and cupalilo luanagemcnt
; tnd polite, honest service from cm-
ployes are important itemtt. They
re a double duty to the company
nd to travelers and it ia sometimes
task ilillkult of accomjilishmont.
Passengers on thi.s lino will fiud little
cause for complaint on that ground.
rhe (ir-at Rock Island Route runs all
feguiar trains to Englcwood 'subur-
xn station, close to World's Fair
ion, id. -i, and vou can save time and
frouole by getting-ofT at that point
.nit m oil tue crowd in tbc city.
fcr full particulars a3 to tickets,
KM",. i'iiUs, apply to any coupon
Iter.-1 office in the United .States,
Canada, or Mexico, or address:
Gen'l Tkt. & Pass. Agt., Chicago, 111.
C St John. Gcn'l Mot. Chicago III
THE NEXT MORNING I FCCL BRIGHT AND
NEW AND MV COMPLEXION IS BETTER.
My donor aara ii art eently on the stomach,
liver and kirtneva.aid ia a pleasant laxative. Thia
drink ia made from herha. and ia prepared for use
aeaily uln. It a railed
AlldrucKlauiaelll' atsiic,andl aparkaee. lfyoa
ran not get it, aend j our address for a free aatnple,
I.aBe'a Family Medicine morra the bowela
earadar, Inorrtei tohehpalihythuiunereasarv.
AllllMM 1 I tj A 11 1U L 1 I u 1 1 - A ID 1. T ..... ..V.
: Kov. H.Y
ATTORN BY AT I- W Office in Milchell A
1-viioe'a new blt rk.
JACKSON & HURST,
ATTORNEYS A T l.AW Office in f ck I-land
National Bank hiiildinp. Hoc Iand, 111.
. . (itMr. c. L. WALK . R.
ATTORNEYS ANI f Ol'NSELLORS AT LA W
Orlice in Bcntt u" block. Rock Island. 111.
C. -T. HIARuR . . w seartLE.
SEARLE fe SEARLE.
ATTORNEYS A SD COUNSELLORS AT LAW -nd
Solicitor ia Chancery; office Buford's
block. Rock Island
MoENIRY & McENIRY.
A TTORNEY'j AT LAW Loan money on pood
n seoartty. make collections. Ketcrcnee,
Mitchell Lycde, tankers. Office in Postofflce
S V-r. ODELL.
ATTORN EY AT LA W-Formerly of Port Byron,
and ui.rnL' the pest two years with the firm of
B-ownm Kntriken at Moline. has now oneneri
a i udtc. in in.- ndtiorinm bnhdlre. room 5. at
DR. AS AY,
PUYS C1AN AN D M RGEON -1134
Telephone 1170, Ko k Island, l.l.
Office n.mrs : 10 a m. to 12 m.. 1 to 3 p. m. and
3. R. Uoi'iuwbnsh, M D Geo. E. Barth, M. 1
DRS. BARTH & HOLLOWBUSH
PHYSIflANS AND SURGEONS
(bee 4ir.rd st. l,.l..nkm. inn
U.:sideiicc 7l 21et St. " 1189
Dr. Barth Dr. Uollowbnsh
otc ifo.m. 10 to 12 a.m.
1 to t and 7 to 8 p. rr . i to 5 aud 7 to S p. m.
DR. CHAS M. ROBINSON.
EYE. EAR. NOSE, ND THROAT ONLY
otnee McCnil)DL-h baiiitinc m w aa nt.
Hoars : 9 to 1 am : 1 to 4 Dm.
S . F. Mtsrh, M. D. Oko. W. Whexleb, M. D.
DRS- MYEH8 & WHEELER,
Office over Krell & Math's. Telephone 1148.
DR. MTSRS 1. nn virMi.rc
11 to 12 a.m. 18 to in a.m.
2 to 5 and 7 to ii o. ni 1 to 3 and 7 to H ri. m
itua. u-leihoni- la. ' lies. U'lenhone. 111.
R M PEARCE.
DENTIST Konro .1 in Mitchell 4 LyndeV new
biota Tnke eLrvator.
DR. J E. HAWTHORNE,
DENTIST Teeth extracted without pum by
over Rrell Math's.
DRS BICKLE & SCHOEMAKER,
DENTAL SCRGE lNs-Mitchell 4 l.vndc's
block. Rooms i 1-31. (TaKe tClevatori
EDWARD L- HAMMATT,
ARCHITECr. Root Island, 111. Office Room
41. Mitchell 4 Lynde building.
GEO. P. STAUDTJHAR,
ARCHITECT -lanr and superintendence for all
claae u. bnlldintrs. a mum 53 and 56 Mitch
ell 4 Lynde bulletin, takb elbtatob '
W. A- DARLING,
Room IS. Mitchell & I.yndc block
Tal.c I levator.
Is Life Worth Living?
? f r V-.VV ;s.
That Depends Upon Your Health.
Will care yoa an 1 keep ycj well.
For BHle a HarrH-r Uouw Pharmacy.
Jolin Volk 6c Oo.
J tNHttAL -
Warn facturers of
Sash, Doors, Mi ids. Siding, Flooring
And all kinds of wcod work tor builuers.
Eighteenth St. bet. Third and Fourth avenens.
The rarrot Thought the Keport Wa a
Knock at the Door.
Most parrot stories are reparded as
apochryphal.Viut here is one that I be
lieve is true, because a friend of mine
can vouch for it pnrsonally, liavinfj
been j resent at the time. He was
calling- on my friend. Dr. Frank Har
ris, at his home in VYinthrop, Mass.,
christened Caicory Doc He calls it
Chicory Doc because there is a dock
outside and a "d c" inside, and the
whole place is surrounded by the blue
flowers of the wild chicory, and is aHo
Well, the doctor has a parrot which
is a remarkable talker, an 1 of w hose
many expressions mo.t are self-acquired
from observation. lie sing's
and dances "Peek-a Uoo," calls to the
neighbors and members of the family
by their names, and is especial
y valuable when tin telephone
ring's and the servant is not in
that part of the house, as he, on hear
ing1 the bell, immediately cries: "An
nie! Annie!" til! she comes and an
swers the call. IK' also responds to
any knock at the door, asking- who it
is, inviting the person in and if the
person does not come immediately,
says: "Wait a minute," as he has
heard others say bef ire.
One Sunday aft.'rnoon, when mv
friend was there, a very heavy
shower was in progress and the con
versation was hushed by the fierceness
of the downpour and the flashing-of
the . lightning. Presently a sharp
flash was followed by a tremendous
report, and then came the voice of
Polly! "Who is it? Who is it? Come
in! Wait a minutij! '' Then, as there
as no response, he called sharply:
"Doctor! doctor!" and then losing pa
tience, he became more familiar and
insistently shouted: "Frank! Frank!"
But, though the company laughed,
they all thought that the lightning
had given a close enough call, and the
cry of the bird wus not answered.
A Little G.rl'a Excer:erce in a L cD'b tue.
Mr. ami Mrs. Lorcn Trese.nt arc
keepers of the Gov. Lighthouse at
Sand Beach. Mich, and arc Messed
w ith 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 grew wore
rapidly, until she was a inere hand
ful o- bones.". Then she tried Dr.
King's New Discovery and after the
use of two and a haif bottles, was
completely cured. Thev sav Dr.
King s New Piseoverv is worth its
weight in gold, yet .you mav trv a
bottle free at Hart, i I'llemever's.
strength and health.
If vou arc not feeling stron-r and
healthv, trv Electric Hitters. If --La
(.rippe."' has left yon weak and wearv.
use Electric Hitters. This remedy
acts directly on liver, stomach anil
kidnevs, gently aiding these organs
to perform their functions. If you
are afflicted with sick headache, you
w ill find speedy and a if-rmancnt' re
lief by taking Electric Hitters. One
trial will convince you that this is
the remedy vou need. Large lwltles
only .Vie. at Hart. & UllcmeverV.
Bl'CKLKS S ARNICA HALVE.
The best sal vc 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 (,r
no pay reijuircd. it is guaranteed
to gic perfect sat isfaction. or money
refund 'd. Price i!."i cents per box.
l'oi sale by Hart. & Ulleniever
Halt mill Mentis.
Henry Heath t Co., the great Enfr
lish firm of hatters, send their wares
all over the world, and in so doing"
have a good chance ti study the dis
tinctive features of the heads of the
various nationalities. A synopsis of
Mr. Heath's studies is given below:
German heads short and round, aver
age head measure 22 inches; English,
well shaped, rather long, average hat
a 7J4, which means a head measuring
22.77 inches; Scotch heads long-and
thin: Canadians exceptionally iavtrc;
average United States head and hat
same as English. South Americans
and Australians have very small
heads, seldom mo uring oer 21
A Tortfiitous Noise.
In one of Theodore Hook's stories,
the bridegroom, departing with his
bride for their honeymoon, is dis
turbed by a continual tapping on the
floor of the post-chaise. It begins to
bother him exceedingly. "What the
deuce is that noise?'' at last he mut
ters. "It is nothing, darling," answers
the bride, sweetly; "it is only my
wooden leg." Only that and nothing
more. She had got accustomed to it
from long use; but the informition
put him out exceedingly and caused a
coolness which was permanent.
Kemards of . re.it Men.
Every American president lias had
from three to thirty-two towns
named for him. There arc thirty
cities and towns named after Alexan
der Hamilton, thirty Clintons, twenty-four
Websters, twenty lientons,
thirteen Calhouns, seven Clays, nine
teen Quincys, t-venty-ono Douglases,
Don't Monk y With t"i "taks.
Tt i stated that a ra'tle-sna'Ke cannot bile if
held np by the tail Woiili yn like lopnt the
tatcmont t:i a practical tei-t? Probably not: but
how often do vou take'ar ire ter risks? A snake
bite i not the only means cf int roilncinsr poiron
Ii to the sy. tern. If your llvor r elurgl-ih, it f ills
to remove the imparities from the blood which
pastes through It, end deadly poltons are thns
thrown Into the circulation, all the more danger
ous b cuiise they are insidious. Tf yonr blood is
impure, if your liver Is out of order, if oi have
blotches, pimplej, boils or eruptions, "don't mon
sey with the erake!" Take Dr. Plerce'a Golden
Melicul dipcovepy, the on y specific aeairst all
blood poisons, no matter of w jat name or na'nre.
It is gild uii lor a psslLlve gna-antee that it will
benefit cr cure, or your money will be refunded.
An Auttrlin Editor IV:iol'imih Grief
by Items too Smart.
An amusing story of the shorough
ness of the press censorship iu Austria
is told in a (Icrmm newspaper. An
editor, being at his wits' end for a
leading article, had the inspiration at
the last moment to print these lines:
"After carefully perusing the lead
ing artic e written for the present
number by one of the ablest of our
contributors we have arrived at the
conclusion that it may be misinterpret
ed by the authorities and regarded as
an attack upon the government.. We
ourselves c nsider it to be perfectly
innocent but, as we are unwilling,
for our readers sake as well as for
our own, to have our newspaper con
fiscated, we have very unwillingly,
though, as we think, prudently, re
solved to withdraw the article This
must serve as th a ology to our
readers for the blank spice in our
present issue. "
Imagine the shock with which he
hear 1 from his clerk the next morn
ing that the paper hid b :en con
fiscated by the no ice. "For what
reason?" asked th'i astonished editor.
"For malicious ridicule of the. institu
tions of '.If Austrian empire by the
omission of the leadiag article," re
plied the clerk
When Baby was sick, we gave her CAxtnria.
"When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Onstoria.
When she had Children, she pave them Castor
Children Cry for
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
bawels each day. Most people need
to use it.
Cnticer. Cry for
Coughing leads to consumption.
Kemp's Balsam will stop the cough
Ch'.dret Cry for
A RELIABLE AND ON : OF THE
BEST KNOWN SPECIALISTS
IN THE UNITED STATES
His Booms Crowded. Evervlwxlv
Satisfied, and Many
DR. D. D. REA,
Surgeon and Specialist
W ho has created pi h a scns-aMon in and r round
Ch rago bv carina- disease that almost h nd
t e iredicnl trulemi y f the c nntry. and by the
-q et 1 f miny friend aud patient, he has de
ri vd lo Visit
At th Harper House,
rBIDAY, OCT. 27th.
Belurtiing every month during the
year, to remain a day.
I'r Kea has been c imected with the largest
h"sp tal in lhe country, and has no superior in
diagnosing ard treating nUesses nd def.irma
tiee. Be will give jr(i for any case lie cannot tell
the disease, and where locate 1 in five minutes.
He will retnrn to Hock Island every month to re
main one day.
Treats all cnrable medical and snrgical dis
eases, acnte and chronic cauirrh, i isuases of the
eve, ear and nose, th-oat am lurgs. d'Hpepsia,
IlriglU's disease, tlia betes, kidneys., liver, blad
der, chronic female and sexual diseases. Ei Hop
sy or tits cured I A po: itive guarantee!
Vonneanil .yt lrtlc-.-d !Hpu
8ti Hemic fiom spermatorrhoea and impoteney as
the r 811 :t of S ilt-aluise in jouth or excess in ma
ture years, and oth r causes, producing some of
the following effects, as emissions, blotches, de
bility, neivousiiess, dir.zine?s, conf .isinn of ideas.
Aversion of society, defective memory and sexual
exhaustion, which.unnt the victims for business
or marriage, are psi manently cured, by remedies
Itlood and k n iilreiHrs. .
Syplullls and cimplications, ns sore throat,
Tallinn of the hair, pa n in the bones, etc., are
perfe' tlv eradicated witl-ont using mercurv or
other liiitiri' us crugs Gonorrhoea, g'eit. s.ric
lures and all urinnrir and kidney troubles seedi
lv cured by treatment tint b ia never failed He
undertakes no 1 1. curable caes. but cores thous
ands given up to die. Remeiuber the date and
coine early, us his rooms are alwas crowded
wherever he st3ps.
Corres-ondence r-'licl ed and confidential.
-ldress Dr D. D. RB, 82 Paulina Street
- - J
LOUIS D. VAKDERVERE,
Ose cf the lest known fcslness men ia CL;.if
representative of the preat Braditreet Co.
HEADACHE, SLEEPLESSNESS, NEKVOUS
2r. UTilf Xrdical Co., Elkhart. In A.
Gentlemen : I take pleasure in informing ron
of the very beneficial results which have follower!
the use or Da. MiLta- Rcsronarivc Nrsviar
In the case of myself and w lfe. For a year I w i
subject to' a distressing pain at the base of ti.e
brain and upper portion of the spinal cord. I
av. inaafS lost flesh ana wae preatlv
fTJ R E LJ troubled with Eleeplessnesi.
www! 1 ""lour Nervine was Aighlv
reownmended to me. My case had been so oomi
uaie that I had do confidence in the eftVacv of
any medicine. Yet aa a last resort I consented 10
Five it a trial. Much to my surprise. I experienced
marked benefit; my sleeplessness disapprared:
my headache was removed; iriy spirittaDd general
.AIMED TWCHTV POUND.. ALL THIS OCCURMCO
am. Lcansiio tuo wrtt kmowsi shtich5
Mao rancD. My wife is taking the Nervine m lih
the best of result. Locis 11. VaJipxavaaa.
Pold on m. Positive Onarantee.
!ai VS' PI LLS, 50 Doses 25 Ct
aster's f ALK
STATE OF ILLINOIS, i
RiKK lsUSKIl CotHTT. f
In the circuit court. In i har.cerv :
Monroe Swank Sarah E. Manes iformfrlv
Swal.kiE. An'hoiy V apes in th ir i rorer rier-
sou, and Mary I Swank, John M. Swank. Ida M.
swank, Sa 'ie E. swank and Eaward S. Swank,
the m nor heirs of lhe late l aniel C. Swank, de-
censr 1. ny .lotin T. Keiiwor'hy. cuarcitan ad lit
em -1 i.ri do-nre gen- ral o. 3-iHS.
Nonce ts hereby tiven thai hv virtue of a de
cree of said conn entered in ttie ah .ve entitled
cause on tueT'h d-.y of Sept em be-. A D. ISW.I shall
on Sa nrdav. t tie 3Sth day of October. A I). 193. at
the hour of S o'clock In the atle-n ori, at the court
house, in the city of Hock Istind, in sail county
of Rock Island to satisfy sid decree, sell at pub
lic vendue to the hi, h st hidder for cash that cer
tain parcel of land. s:tut in ti c conntv o Rock
Island and state of lipuois. known anj described
as rollows. i4-wii:
The south part of the north -ast quarter (il of
the southwest quarter V, of section seveme-n
(17), in townf hip eighteen north range two
(.'I, last of the Fourth princital meridian, con
taining eleven Hl atd twenty-one (tl) hun
ilredths 1 cres, n the townsh.p of Zuma.
Dated at Ko.k Island, Illinois, this SO'.b day of
September, A. D. 1SH3. HttNRV Cl'RTIS,
ater in Chancery. Rock Island County, 111.
McEmbt a SIcEmht, Complainanfe so icitors.
By virtne of an cxecntion and fee bill No
651 issued out of the clurk'sotEre of the circuit
court of Rock Island county, and state of Illinois,
and to me directed, whereby I am commanded to
make the amonnt of a certain ludement recentlv
obtained a.-ainst the Coal Valley Butter and
1 heese company in favor of Wi liatn Baiiev. out
of the lands, tenement", goods and chattels of
the said defendant. Coal Va'ley Butter and
1 hcese.eomp ry,I have levied upon the following
property, to-wit .
Uts tiiimhi rs thirty een (11), fonrteen !!), fif
teen (15 and sixteen (Iti; in the K-rst add tioa
to the t"n or village of Coal Yalli v. in the
county i f Rik k 's'ard, and state of Iilt-ois.
Therefore, acconlti-.g tosaiu cfimniand 1 shall ex-
oe forsalcat public anction all the ritht. title
sod iiit. re-t of the above named. Coal Valley
Untie- an Cheese cotr.panv. in ai.d to the tbove
desrrilH-d timpertv, 01, Saturdav. the 2s;h dav of
October, Istrt. at 1'io'do-k a m . at the tinb
door e' the toal Valley Bv.tt. r and beee com
panj's f ictory 0:1 p-etu.ses above desc i'-ed. in
lie county of Rock Island and state of Illinois,
for cash in hand, to satisfy aM execution and"
f e bill.
Dated at Rock Island this 4'h d.ir rf Ccto
b. r, A D. lsi S C Rl"S 1) GORDON.
Sheriff of Ruck Island County. Iliinoie.
AcTER's SA1 E.
ST ATE OF ILLINOIS,
Rock Island Couktt. ( e
In th ci cnit court, in chancery-
Patrick H Kelly xs. Virgil M. Branding and
S.Ml" Klanding; forerlostire ceneial No.
Notice is hereby given that bv virtue of a de
cree t-f said court, entered in the above entitled
ca ife. on the 15th day of September, A D.. 1898.
I shall, on Saturday, the 2Sih dav of November!
A. D., 1SM3. at the honr of 1 o'clock in the after
noon, at the north door of the court house. In tte
city or Rock Islan 1, in said county of Rock Isl
and to satisfy said decree, sell at pubPc vendue,
to the highest and best bidder for cast in hand
l t,c.1 1 Parcvl of land, situate in the city of
Hock Island, county of Rock Island and state of
Illinois, known and described as follows, to wit -Lot
twenty-seven (27), according to the aeasor s
platfortheycarlSM, in the gJuthwest qnarter
(a of section thirty-s'x ti, township eighteen
Us., north range two f.') west cf the Fourth prin
cipal meridian. K
Dated at Hock Island, Illinois, this ITih day of
Octooer, A. O.. 18-13. HENRY CURTlsf
Master in Chancery. Rock Island Connty 111
LooEv it Ksllit an1 M. M . Sti-bgeon.
Complaina- t's solicitors.
LABOR, TIME, MONO
Use it your own way.
It is the beet Soap made
For v ashing Machiu use.
ttor Micbma., , an4 onrnr stCrlXAGO
?,TiH. r.;" OA-;.
A- D HUESfN
Represents, amor,- , ,
known Fire Insure Cor,.
Buffalo German h'.
Rochester J..... . ' "-Im-t
"e, r.rt I;..
Citizens' Ins v ", ' 1. ' " 4 '"
Sun FircOi-W. '. ,', ' V
I'ninn Ins.Co.,.f ca'V.
Security Ins. t o.. (,;,'.:'
German Fire Ii c, ,., ,
Office Cor Ivh s'."" " -
"THE OLD REUUU
a&YES & ClEATcJ
Pire Life. Torza
Bonds of Suretyship.
tvr Secure our rates: e,(T v .-1
J M BUF0R
The old 7. re -.i.e. T :i t :..c ..
Losses Frcmrtiv ?l:
S atcs as low as any rv :i
STATE SAVINGS in
oQce Corner F:f7e: ;t s-.;tt x.iT:
Sncreeds the Mo'.:te Siv.riTr , vt. i-.v
5 FerCEM IMESEI .ME
. Organlxefi t.: C- L.wt.
t-'.es rror.i 9 a . m. to i :.: : w
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I. P. ECHEXWIT,
rt ke t- im
porter Skinntr. w. T.
C. A. Rose, '; A i.t-tr
G. H. Bdw-d. . H. A.a
Aadrew Fnbe-g. 1 F. Le-;.:v
REAL ESTATE LO:'
made for private pa-fes :T " '
spot cf thi is: ! '.tf
Orchard State ft
of UKCUAhD. NEEl.AsS-'
K. W. Dart. Fres.i. r...
Milchell Jc Lynde. ll ir i. ?.
J.F.Robinson, Ca-t.irK1 l-j:; '
C.C. Carter, v . D
Henry Dan's Sens, Wtto.i-.. '-'f
1 V res Lsitit'. i ' - '.
Bniadway, Cor. Trin e S:.. Nc
Refitted and renova-e' u-.i ' "
On the European pUn.
Room rau-s 51 a diy -.! r.;.w ';
Kestaurant equal 10 :h Ik -t :t-"l "
htrMt r.ra fwm .11 T? V. --
boat and ferry landings pa- v
UILDKETII i ALLES--"
Washes everytbiDsT frCff
silk hand kerchief to a c-
tent; Lace curtains a sp"-
No. 1724 SI KP '
A. M. & L. J.