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THE AB6UF, TUESDAY", A Pit I L 19.1898.
'MoCASKBIH A MoCA8KEI,
Artoraaya at Law.
Rook Island and MOu Book Island
Mn over Knll Math Mora; mum
R. C. OOHBHXT. B. D. COVRKLLY. S
CONNELLY & CONNELLY,
Attorneys at Law.
- arfrifiaav lnmna AMn
vwaav BWUW VIUW V V VI 1UUU1H
druc svore, cor. Second veau and ,
dcvcdkbsu at reek
O. L. ANDEESEN,
Real Estate. Loin, Insurance and
Room 6, Buford block.
ALEX H. LIDDEBS,
Attorney at Law.
Ceceral legal buMness. collections. '
notary publiu. 1707 Second aTCLue,
JACKSON A HUB8T,
Attorneys at Law. o
Offlae la Rook Iatacd national Bank M
WH. L. LUDOLPH, g
Attorney at Law. J
ttoaev to Loaa, General Lac el Baal- '-1
Base. Notarr Pn tails. 1701 Second are F,
warn, Buford blooa. &
i a. a mnn. a l. walrbb. 2
SWEENEY A WALKER, 3
Attoraeye and Oooeeellore at Law.
Offlee la Benetton Bloek.
CHABLE3 J. SEABLE. 1
Oouaeellor at law. OSloe la court i
i UoBNIBY MoENIBY.
Loan raone on rood aaeurltv: make
eollaetloiia. Referenea, altiohetl A
Lynda, banker, Office, Mltcbett k ,
iijnae Bouoinf .
CHAS. II. HUBBELL, j
Attorney at Law-Justice of the 1
Office In the City HalL Telephone Hfl.
F. H. FIRST, M. D.
Fbyalolan and Sarteon.
Phone 4 on 117. Office, BM Twen
tieth street. Office Hours: 10 to 12 a.
n. ; f to 4 and T to 8 p. m. Sunday, 8:30
to : a. m.; 1:80 to i p. m.
1 DB. CORA EMEBY REED,
B Bpeolsl attention to diseases of worn- JC
E ear, no and throat. Offlee hour
ft 30 to 12 a. m.. I to 4 p. m. Six-
lecniu aircei, iuick i sou.
C. L. SILVI3,
over Krcu Math a, 1T19 second are-1
DR. S. H. MILLER,
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist.
2 1 make a apeclaltv of dentistry. Fx
fl tram, drtue und : 1 II teeth. Residence,
) IWH Fifth avenue. Telephone I on
f t'flloe and Innrmary. inis I'll Fourth
avenue. iJinn Maucker' stable ) Tel-
ephone 4 oo AU calls properly at
5 tended to.
g JAKES P. HOBBKLL,
H Architect and Bupnrlntendent.
SRoom 41, at Itehen ft Lynda bonding,
third Boor. jP
DBACK A KRBN8,
Archlteett and Superintendents. J
HfiNBY QAETJE, Pi op.
i Oit riowere aad Deaurne ot.al Kinds 6
OH store. larT lacaad iniH. X
; eaoea. iie. 5
JOHN YOLK & CO,
Kaanfaetsrsra of Bash Aad all Kinds of wc k
Doors sad BU (or Bollders
Sldloe, Flooring. Wainscoating
IStb Street bet. 4th tad 5th Arenca
RbPumalitrn .Cure is LraiuMd tu be autjlute!7
barmleA, and a tron? tunic in building tip the weak
and debiiiUated. ltc.ircs ncute or niUMUlar rheuma--ism
in from one to f. ve dvs. Sharp, shooting p&ius
in any part of tlie bly stopped in a few doses. A
prompt, rompiete nrA pcrm&n nt cure for inmeness,
soreness, stiff botk and nil pins fn hips and loins.
C'bronic rheuiiiat.:n, act.?fc?. lumbago or pain in
the bvk are spetdily cursl, Itseldom tails to give
rt-liei fmm one to twodot, aad almost invariably
cures before one bottle has bfi n used. The Munyon
Remedr Comnanv nr'tAro a w no rate cure for each
Ginease. At all druorrsU-SVceoTsa ial. If you need
medical aivice write Prof. Munyon, 100 Arcii
Street. Philadelphia. It i3 absolutely fie.
Krtite of Frank P. Ea-l-eH, deceased.
Tae undrilgned haying been appointed ezeer
ors of the last will sod testament of Frank P.
Hadsell. late of the eoanty of Kock Island, state cf
Illinois, deceased, hereby (rives notice tnst they
will appear before tl.e county court of Rock If land
coamy, at the tonn'y court room. In
the city of Rnck Island, at the Jan term, on
the first Monday In June next, at which time
all persons having c?a:ius avainst said estate are
notified and requenu-d to attend, for the purpose
of having the same adjusted.
All persons Indebted to said eslote are re-
Saerted to msku i nun d late payment to the un
ersined. Dated this 25th day of March. A. D 18.
Fiok K. HADOXtL,
Ja P. flADSKLL.
Marioh B. Eweknet, Attorney.
6TATK OF ILLINOIS, I
Rook Islaid Coi'Tr, ( M-
In the circuit court, Msyterm, A. D, 1898, in
FhrdaCowden Vd.J. Jai ns 8:r:ehle end Jae
Affidavit of non-resldenee of the shove
named J Ju ins tftrochlc acd Jai e St-oelile,
defendants haTine been filed in th
clerk's offlee of the circuit court of said
county, notice is therefore hereby s ven to the raid
non-refioVnt defendants that the complainant
Sled her bill of comuhirjt In said court, on th
chancery ride thereof . on the Is", day of pnl,
1W8, ard that thereupon a summons Issued
out of said eocrt, wherein said suit is now pend
ing, returnable on the first Mondar in the month
of May celt, as is by law required. Now,
unles yoo, the said non-reeideni defendants
aliovo named, J Ju ins Btroehle ard Jane
rtioehlu shall penoually be and appear
before the said circuit court, on the firt
day of the next term thereof, to be holden at
the court hon.-c in ar d for the said county, on the
urn monoay in may next, and plead, an
swer or demur to the said cotcuiainant's hill of
complaint, the mm; and the matters and tbimrt
merein enarsrea auu stated win be taken as con
fessed, and a decree ent' red against you aecord
ne to the prayer of said bill.
Rock island, Illinois. Aprfl 1st, A.D.. IBM.
Gt.OK.il W. tjAHBLS. CmrX.
Jobs T. Stafford, Cosoplakact's Solicttor
SARlOt I. SWiENIY, ATTORHET.
8TATK OK ILLINOIS I
Bock Iflahd C'olntt, f
I a the Circuit ccn.'L to tne M iv iVr-n iq io n
Kiito M. Scars, ntrdisn of tharl.s Edwin,
Se--rs. a minor, ar.d Kme SL Pears vs willism K.
Gilmori. Jahn H. Qtimorc, Fra'jk ft. lillmore,
Mlilltm A. Oiluvire, Oracc K. llovt, and John
fflilAva or ron-rcsidence of said John H. Oil
more. FriLk It. tSilmotf, William A. G:lmora
and G 'art- E. Hoy-, :m,ileficd wit h the abeve
named dt feiidanlt, V lliam F. Ul!m-e and John
F. ll;rnu. bavlac b.:cn died in the clerk's o9c of
the circntt cenrt of said county, notice therefore
hereby Riven to the said r.ou-rcstdent defendan' s,
mat me complainant alert her bill of com
plaiut In BJld court on the chnrer Hr thorn.
of on the M day of Ajril, mS, tnd that
thrrcr.pon afumrcons issued out of said court,
wherein said suit is now pca-iin?, retnmahie
on the firs-'. Mondiy In the mouth of Slay
next, a Is by law re j'lircd. Now, unless you, trie
said nn-resldciitd,fcndan)s above named, John
H (liiuioro, K.Jnk R. Oi'ujore, William A. Gil
more, and Grcce K. llovt, shall personally
be and appear belore the said circuit court
on the first day of he next term thereof, to
be holden at the hourt house, In and for
the said county, on the first Honda? in
May next, and plead, answer or demur to
the said complainant's bill of Complaint, the
same sou tne nutters ana mines therein charged
and statod will be taken as confessed and a 'de
cree entered against you accordiug to the prayer
of said b!lL
Gkorsi W Gauls, Clerk.
Pock Tslsnd, 111., April 1. 18W.
Marion K. fcwiRNEv, Complainant's Bolioilor.
BARIOS X. SWSKMT, ATTORNEY.
MAT OF ILLINOIS, 1
in the circuit court, U the May term, lt'93. In
Kae. Star vs. Willltm F. Gi'more John n.
Uilmore. Frana R. GUmore, William A. Oil
more, Grace K. iioyt and John F. Home.
Amdavit of iion-ic-lder.ee of raid John H. Gil
more. Frank R. Uilmore. William A. Gilmore snd
Grace K. Iloyt. Impleaded with the above de
fendants. William v. Gilmore and John F.
lli rnc, bartne been filed lu the clerk's office
of the circuit court of said connty, notice
is therefore hereby given to the sail non
resident defendants, triat the complainant
filed h r bill of comulaint in taid court,
on the chsncery s'de thereof, on the
1st day of April, lffls, and that thereupon a
summons issued out of said court, wherein said
suit is now pending, rctnmable on the first Mon
day in tne month of May next, as is by law
required. Now, unless yon, the said non-resident
defendants .We ntmod, Jo'in II. Gilmore.
Frark K. Gilmore, Wiiliim A. Gilmore and Urace
K Iioyt, shall personally be and appear befote
said circuit court, on the first day of
the rext term thereof, to be hotden at Rock
lsiacd in snd f.r thw sold c; untv, on the fi st
Monday in May nert, sol plead, answer
or demur to the said complainant's bill of com
plaint, the same and the mailers and thinrs
therein charged and stated will taken as con
fessed, and a decree entered against you accord
ing to the prsycr of said MIL
w , .... Oeonaa W. Gaxbls, Clerk,
Rock Island. 111., April l, 18W
Masiox K. SwstxtT, Complainant's Solicitor.
C05SELT.T A COXXX: tr. ATTOltKETS.
gTAT OF ILLINOIS,!
Boca Is urn Co cm, ( "
Circuit court of Rock Island county, Hay tenr.
A. D. 1KW. '
Joha O, V if fie. p'aintifl. vs. Freder'ck M Har
ris. dtft'BdaM: No in atlaclmeot.
Pubiic mtce hereby (jiven to the
said Kredpriea M. llairis that a writ of
attachment igned ont of the office of
the' clerk of the circuit court 0f Rock Isl
and county, dates the ih dyif F.Uroar. A O.
Id'.'S, at the U'tof the ssid John O. Massie and
ajairst tne es:a or the sl Frederick M 11. r
ris for the mm of six lm Hired and seventy cel
lars a-d fifty (HiWiiO) ents, directed to the
rherltf of said Rork I-lsnd connty, which euid
writ has been reiun d executed.
how, lb relcre, unless on, the said Frcieri k
M. Hs-r. shall peisx aly be Snd spiear be
fore the said ci-cuit court of Rock Island
connty on the first day of tie next term tnere-
f. to beholden at the cwirt bonse in the city of
Rock Island, 'n said county, on thstatday of
Mav. A. It. IH. nvc swclal kail and plead
to the said p.aintill s action, judgment will be
enured a?amt jon in favor of the said
John G. Mesne, and to mush of the prop
erty 'tarhl ss may be surti.-ient to satisfy
said judgment and c is, will be sold to satisfy
tbeaame. Gsor.&c W. G.-xbli, C e-k.
txnoelly i Counelly. plaintiff's attorneys.
Have you Sore Tbr.vit, rimplea, Corper-
" opo'.B. Acnes, u a &cres, i ice re in
Mouth. Uair-Faliinz? Write
Co , 930 Masonie Tcaip e, Chlcngo, I1L. for
prootB of cures; capital, $5CW0. Wrorst
case enred to 15 to 85 days. 1 00-pare
Krarlr fSaa "
UVolal rnt ace of Last M.hta Oona
City Council Kooms, Rock Island,
111., April 18 The City Council met
in regular semi-monthly meeting at
8 o'clock p. in., Mayor Medill presid
ing; and all the aldermen present. The
minutes of the last regular and subse
quent special meetings were read and
The Mayor nominated Charles Zeis
and Henry Kaker for police patrolmen
Confirmed by unanimous rote.
Alderman Pender of the Fire and
Light Committee reported favorably
on resolutions for additional electric
lights to be placed at the following
points. Twelfth street and Fifth
avenue; Fifteenth street and Eleventh
avenue; and one in the Sixth ward to
be located by the aldermen of . the
want. Keport received and recom
Alderman Stir man moved that the
bill of the Davis Co., $377, for the con
struction of the Forty-third street
sewer be allowed. Carried.
Alderman AYinter, of the Water
works Committee reported Javorably
on Mr. lJeecher's petition for water
main. Extension on Eleventh street
between Fifth and Sixth avenues.
Mayor Medill reported in regard to
the visit of the Mayor and Waterworks
Committee to Kansas City, Kas., to
inspect a Jewell filter.
A petition of the Peoples Power Co.
for permission to open a paved street
on Seventeenth street between Eighth
and Ninth avenues, to repair gas main
was granted. A petition by Davis Co.
for permission to open paved street
on Third avenue near Twenty-third
street for the construction of a
sprinkler hydrant, was referred to
the Street and Alley Committee.
A petition from R. S. Silvia and oth
ers for extension of watermain on
Twentieth street, between Eleventh
and Twelfth avenues, on motion of
Alderman Dauber was referred to the
A communication from V. Iling
strom, was referred to the Street anrl
Alley Committee on motion of Alder
The Clerk read a notice from IS.
Winter, contesting the election of
Frank Andrews as alderman for the
Third ward, and asking a recount.
Alderman Wheelnn moved that the
petition be received and placed on file.
Alderman Johnson moved as a sub
stitute that the Council proceed with
the recount of the vote. Sulstit ntc
Ayes Concannon, Stirman, John
son, Lohse, Maucker, Dauber, P.leuer,
Pender, Call, Kennedy, Nelson, Soder
Nays Winter, Wheelan 2.
The Clerk read a notice from Win.
Eckeminn contesting the election of
O. Albert Johnson, as alderman for
the Second ward and asking a recount
of the ballot.
Alderman Maucker moved that the
communication be received and the
recount proceeded with. Carried.
On motion of Alderman Concannon
the Clerk opened and read the bids
for the construction of the reservoir,
which were as follows:
Western Lime & Cement Co., of Mil
waukee Portland -ement, delivered
in warehouse on site, per barrel of
400 pounds, $2.40 per barrel; bags,, of
93 pounds, four sacks per barrel, $2.50
per barrel, and allow 10c for each sack
Empire Portland Cement Co., Chi
cagoPortland cement, delivered,
luirrels 400 pounds, $2.60 per barrel;
in bags of 93 pounds, four bags per
barrel, $2.43; empty bags to be re
turned. Sennott Construction Co., Chicago
For removal of earth, etc., 14'. cents
per cubic yard, rubble stone masonry
$4.f5 per cubic yard, for brick mas
onry, $S per cubic yard; for Red ford
limestone copings C3 cents per stpiare
Crescent Stone Co.", Peoria For re
moval of earth, etc., 13 cents pet
cubic yard, rubble stone mason work
$3.94 per cubic yard; for brick mas
onry, $7.S7 per cubic yard; Bedford
limestone coping 57 cents per square
foot; Ohio lime stone coping 49 cents
per square foot.
C. J. Larkin, Rock Island Removal
of earth, 30c per cubic yard; rubble
stone masonry, $2.90 per cubic yard;
brick masonry $7; Bedford lime utone
coping 4S cents per square loot;
Berea sandstone coping 60 cents per
Edwards & Walsh Construction Co.
Removal of earth, etc., 20 cents per
cubic yard; LeClaire rubble stone
masonry, $3.60, Annamosa, $4.10;
brick masonry, $3.10 per cubic yard;
Bedford lime stone coping 40 cents per
square foot; Ohio lime stone coping
43 cents per square foot.
Alderman Dauber moved that the
bids be referred to the Mayor and
Waterworks Committee to report at
an adjourned meeting. Carried.
The read read two communication?
from the O. H. Jewell Filter Co., sub
mitting propositions for the con
struction of a mechanical filter plant
Referred to the Waterworks Commit
tee and Mayor on motion of Alderman
The engineer's specification for
pipe, etc., for the reservoir were re
ferred to the Waterworks Committee
and Mayor on motion of Alderman
The Clerk read an ordinance sub
mitted by the Board of Local Im
provements, for the improvement of
Twenty-sixth street, from the south
line of Fifth avenue, to the north line
of Ninth avenue by brick pavement
Immediate consideration was voted on
motion of Alderman Gall, snd the or
dinance was adopted unanimously on
niouon of Alderman Johnson.
Alderman Concannon moved that
the City Attorney be instructed to
commence proceedings in court for
the confirmation of the special assess
ment for the improvement of Twenty
sixth street. Carfied. i
Alderman Concannon moved that
the Clerk advertise for bids returnable
on May 16, for the improvement of
Twenty-sixth street. Carried.
Alderman Wheelan offered a resolu
tion for placing a light on Fourth ave
nue and Twenty-third street. Re
ferred to the Fire and Light Commit
tee. Alderman Tender moved that when
the Council adjourn it be to Friday
Adjourned on motion of nlderman
GalL A. D. Hnesing,
' City Clerk.
THE MINISTER'S STORY.
Be Takes a Perilous Bide and the Groom
Rev. Dr. Britt of Omaha, who offi
ciates as editor of The Veteran, dearly
loves a good story and cau tell one as
well as listen to one. Dr. Britt was for
years a leading minister in the Metho
dist church, but resigned on account of
ill health. He served in tho Union ar
my for four years and earned the right
to wear a badge of the Grand Army of
the Republic, and his service iu the ar
my makes him peculiarly fitted for his
position of editor of the Grand Army
organ of the department of Nebraska.
A few days ago Dr. Britt was telling
of one of his ministerial esiierienees. It
occurred years ago in Illinois.
Ou the coldest night iu tho winter of
1878 Dr. Britt retired to bed in a will
wanned Ledchaiub!?r and prepared to
sleep the sleep of tho just. Just as lie
was dreaming of a donation party that
did not eat more than it left he was
aroused by a knock at the front door.
When ho answered the knock, a man
stepped into the room and shook tbo
snow from his coat.
"I want yon to go out near Mott's
echoolhonso and marry a couple," said
Mott's schoolboufo was nino miles
from town, and Dr. Britt naturally ob
jected to traveling that distance through
"Why not wait nutil morning?" que
ried the doctor.
"It can't bo did, pan-on," said the
stranger. "The man has got to start for
South America in tho morning an
wants to take a wife with him. Ilia
girl has steadily refused him up till
three hours ago, an as hu'a got to start
tomorrow he wauls to marry hr an
take her along. " '
Dr. Britt had been married just lung
enough to appreciate the situation, and
finally consented to go. Ho wrapped
himself np as warmly us possible and
took his place on the spring scat of the
lumber wagon that wus to convoy him
to the bridal scene. It was tho coldest
ride ho had ever experienced and re
minded him of that icy night before the
Sunday that Donelson surrendered. But
the homo of tho bride to bo was finally
reached. A few neighbors were gather
ed, and as soon as the preacher was
thawed out ho performed the marriage
The next morning the bride and
groom started for South America and
rode to tho railroad station in a lumber
wagon with Dr. Britt The doctor went
to tho station with them, and just be
fore the train departed the groom called
him to one side and thrust a scaled en
velope into his hand.
Dr. Britt thrust the envelope into his
pocket and hastened home. Calling
Mrs. Britt into his study, he opened
the envelopo to gaze upon bis fee.
The envelope contained a f 1 bill and
60 cent shinplaster. Omaha World-
Chicago Grain and Produce.
Chicago, April IK
Followlner were the (mutations on the
Board of Trade today: Wheat Mav.
opened J1.0l2. closed $1.09; July, opened
fcb'fec, closed Mc; September, opened
and closed 79c. Corn May, opened
30c, closed Sic; July, opened 31'ic,
closed 32Hc; September, opened 33c,
closed 33",c. Oats May, opened 26c,
closed 26Vic: July, opened 23yc, closed
?2!Vrv SU'fit.mht.f imenml on.l ..1.eo.1
2c. Fork May. ' onened 3.80. clrsed
$9.75; July, opened and closed $9.o.
Lard May. opened $5.15. closed ncmi-
nal; July, cpned and closed $5 "21-.
Produce: Butter Extra creamerv.
17c per lb; extra dairy. 16c: fres"h
packire stock. 12Cal2'-.c. Ecus Fresh
stock, iMiic per doz. Live Poultry Tur
keys, ,rp 10c per tt: chickens. SSS'.-ic;
ducks, 8i Wc. Potatoes Common to
choice. 60(fi60c per bu. Sweet Potatoes
Illinois, $2. 0063.25 per brl.
Chicago Live Slock.
Chicago, April 18.
Hoes Estimated receipts for the day.
J7.000; salps ransod at S2.85ft3.75 for
pigs, $3,606 XSJlj for light, $3.65y3.70 for
roucn packing, S2.,oez3.90 for mixed.
and $3.75t3.P5 for heavy packing and
shipping lots. Cattle Estimated re
ceipts tor the day. 13.000: Quotations
ranged at $3.00i5.45 for choice to extr
pirn.-, n.ij"i iui pu'AI tu in'ilIT UO.,
$4.1564.70 fair to good. $16564.25 butch
ers' steers, $4.C0'S5.00 fed western sleets.
fi.Sb'p 4.2.i Ptcckcrs. y4.CCJf4.S0 feeders.
$2.25ft 4.10 cows, $3.00fi4.60 heifers. $2.70
f?4.25 bulls, oxen and stags. $3.604i4.75
Texas steers, and $4.00-56.00 veal calves.
Sheep and I.ambs Estimated receipt
for the day, 21.CO0: quotations ranged at
$3.uOft4..0 wpsterns. $3.504 4.t0 natives.
and $4.255.70 lamt s.
Hav Timothy, J&aiO; wfld, I7G.
Butter Fair lo choice. He; fresh creamery
Erea 8c. "
Ducks Alive. 7c; dresaed. 10c
Coal Soft. l"o.
CattleVButcbera tey for oorn fed steers
l4Sic; cows and heifers, 333l,c; calves,
CASTOR I A
Tot Infants and Children
A NATURAL WONDER. W
The Tramp Bc4 Saadtn Bowlder of
the New Jersey Mountains.
Countless thousands cf years ago Tar-t
stretches of glacial deposits cuuio slid
ing across the state i t New Jery.
mounted the Palisades, pnshed their
way across the Hudson river, scoured
over Manhattan Island and slid ont into
the Atlantic ocean, whither they disin
tegrated and sank into the deep or per
haps glided ou to the ether shore.
Ent in their onward march these
glaciers left indestructible evidense of
their grinding stride, aud today &1!
along the palisades the trap rocks and
bowlders are worn smo itli where the
mountains of ice and sand passed over
them. In some rocks are deep scratches,
all pointing eastward aud allowing
which way the glacial deposits drifted.
There is the evidence, mute, but indis
putable. To the careful observer there are
numberless other evidcuces of the pres
ence of glacial influences in the pr.st.
but none is more convincing than the
tramp bowlder that has finally settled
down iu the woods in tho heart of En
glewood borough. There it sits, a tow
ering mass of rock weighing perhaps
200 tons and resting npou three points
which in themselves find a purchase u
a flat rock that is part of and common
to the character cf roek which composes
the palisades. Bnt, strangely enough
and to tho wonderment of geologists,
the tramp bowlder is red saudsteuc from
the Jersey hills 25 miles inland, and
the pedestal is uidtaiuorphito or soft
Around this marvelous monument
have grown trees that may perhaps lw
a centnry old, and they have completely
hedged it ia, while tho rock itself has
stood where it stands today for thou
sands of years. On the pedestal or that
part of it which protected firm the
action of the elements pan Ins seen tbo
deep ridges and stars made ncross its
flat surface by the great griutiiiig pres
snre of the body of ice nud sand that
passed over it ccuntkss years ago when
New York was ice and snow tlad and
the world was a desolate waste in a
state of chaos.
This tramp bowlder lias cacsed geol
ogists much wonderment nud is regard
ed today ns one of tho finest s;ecimcns
ever left in the wake cf a glacier. It is
equally astounding as though an explor
er fchuuld lin:l the hull of n steamboat in
the Sahara dct crt. The only way it could
get there would be liirough some grit
convulsion that bail lauded it from tl;o
sea in the heart t the inland eands.
New York Journal.
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AJAX REMEDY CQgg2R&
tor tele In P.otk Irland by Jobu Bennica
ana Marshall M Tuber, drcacitta.
-J Brass Foundry and
Makers of Heavy and Light Bra we ant
Bronz Castinfs, Pattern Making and Oen
cral Jobbing. Brara Pipe Bailing, Iron
and Brass Grills, Ofllcs Bailings. Arches,
Gates and Fencing, Iron Stairs, Doors,
Guards and Shutters, etc.
Shop and Offioe Cor. of Second Ave.
and Twenty-third St
VTri City Railway
Kock Island, Ilk
McCoy's New European Hotel
COS. CUBX AID VAH BOREM STS. -
One block from . Ii. I. A P. aad
I Si. A .H. K. R tllraad depot.
ImrrrvmpT:ta rri'.t.nt, C7CrYrtnn I.. v.
just been completed, and the bouse now
offers every convenience to be found In sny
hotel, including hot and cold iter, elertrii
ugni ana steam neat in every room.
Fates 75 cents per day ana upwards.
First class restaurant in connection.
WILLIAM McCOY. Owaer ssd Protricler
White Seal saloon
i8ij Scoijd Areauo
- 1 T J
Vegetable Preparation lor As
ttqg thfcStoawh.1 nfl Powds of
'M oti' m mil
tnasBTvdRestoo tains neither
OponrlMorpuine nor Mtarral
fTiifk I Si r
A Kfecf Bcmcdy for Consflnev
tioa, Sour Stomkh.DiarTtoca.
Worms jCortMilsions .Feverish'
osss and Loss of Sleer
IteSijiiW Signature of
Tba o'A Firs aat TUM-cnaa
aatas at low at say rallabia
Toot uatintaira la aoOddad.
Represents the followfnt; well
known Fire and Accident Ineor
Bacbattar Crarmta las Os
Westebestar rirt " .
ii' ocaastar.W T
" Buffalo, M f
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Ba !alo Gsmat.
Ba iiampf Mrs
Sf"wu w-eVsf SIIiIwt---
Fidelity and Casualty New Tork
Office eorner Eighteenth street and
Second avenue, second floor.
For the Following Safe
and Reliable Oompanli i i
Tradart Ina. Coi,.. Chicago
PrcMdsBoa Waahiuctoc loa.Oou. Frorldaaoa
Imparlal Ina. Oo LonAoa
ralandor.lan las. Oo.........BditiburKk
B3tllaaArleaa Ina. Co
Liverpool and Rerwalk
Pacific las. Co Hew Tork
Bom Mutual laa. Oo, ..M..aaa rracdaos
Office Boom 80 Mitchell A Ljnde's
Bloek. Telerhine No. 1030.
Our stock will be
found to contain one
of the finest assort
ments of Jewelry to
be seen anywhere.
Novelties of all Kinds
Besides a regular line
of Watches, Clocks,
and Jewelry that is
worth seeing. Call
and look it over.
Woltman, lb fa?.
ISO! Seooad Art
.is or Tur.
Oastarta It pi sp is tas-tuw aottlss aaly. II
ts sot soli la balk. Doit alls aayant ts sail
rot anriinj slss ta tbs ilea r Bramlas that II
U Just as f ood" aal wilt aaswsr tssry wst.
bm tiat jn f t T-O-A-I-A,
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
I PHIcaoo. boot wlawd piano sailv
V sy-TlrkcU can M pgrehassd or kmif
1 coeeked at R I A P TweStletb eiraet trSTct
e Is P rrpot, correr r fth aveuae aS Thirty -Brat
street. Prank U Plummet. Acetik
le.vr L to 14 atnnaha...
Ft Worth. IN uver A K C...
Omaia and I tea Mirtnee
maha A ! Mol.n. Ex ....
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Denver, rnroln A Omaha. . .
hi fsulA Mlnreatoit
Ueti-er, rt Winli A K C..
:hi rity A H Jph .
;itock I'nd a W,l,l, vtoo
fhiran A II. Mnin.
t f :is pm
Rork laland A maart Accom
Ko-k laiand A B'ooklyaAc.j
It f :4iasa
jwow-MTine vi. viiitoa.....
Arrival. fOrpartura. tOally, atcriit buouay.
All others dally. Telephone 1UK1
Punilav evening a Pallmaa elerpar will be at
th depot after 1 1 W . wtick will leave fur Chi.
caco at S a. as. Monday.
SUBLTllGTOIf ROCTB-O ISO BAIl
wayDepot First s vacua tad Blnsaalfe
St, SI J Tosnf, AfecL
t-SAva I aaarva
Bt TL., apriugflcM. Peoria
Bnr y si e. via M oa aoatb
Chicago, sterling, Uialoa $
Peor'a. Hea-dMowa, Bar
llnrtan A Vmi
II r8 ara
Bt. PaaJA Mlnaetpolla ....
Merlin ?'lnbif, . li.t..M
T vi pro
SL L.. K sat as CI v. Denver
m rue oo-t via Ual.h'r
tai'y. tDa'ly eaoapt Baaday.
L w.r-Kaetoe A BoatliwexterB Dlvlstoa
Iepot Twentieth e'rvet, bet w tea rirat and keootid
aveuuea. L B Gnwr. AgeaL
Mall an t trnrnw...
Bt Pant Bxpreaa
4 -o an
a n aw
Daily except Sunday.
DOCK ISI.A50 A PBOR'A RAILWAY
I Deptt Pirvt Avenaa and Twentieth etna,
fi Stockboase. Gea'l Tkt A tract.
bprloKfi'-ld, CiacinaaU. Peo
Peoria St Loot. Mr a-,. .. tt.rr, am
t .m pm
x so pm
jiccmtoaauoa r aK rralbt. 0:l am
Bxpreea... I . l.tn
PeoviaAeeom Frelrht , t-tnaa
C.hle A Sberrard aconai 4u
la'iw anoooosUM I a:40am
iraveaiMi unerrara acoa..l pa
rer traihs leava C a I A P iMolim
avenue) depot Sve (i miaulea mirllar tku iiu
aivea. Trains marked daily, all other Uaua
daily except So a lay.
Uxtti fcsililcj tt:3
Axhlxr ut. trt:.-:
For cheapness, dnraMUty aad
beauty exoalled bj aoaa. TkU
tone doe not vrasa or eolot tae
waU wit alkali, oto. Flaat Beat
ns for stlmstes trill reeeiwe
earefaj atteatloa aad be twinned
promptly at onr erpensa.
Qoanlet II mllee from Book
Island oa tae C B. Q. B. B.
Tralaa Hos. f aad 10 will stop
aal let Tisltori of tad cm.
Cr1.;s itm.3, CwTB crt.
bleski and fcs.-.faUca
stcr. any tlzs .x!rtl
Samplatof Stoat aad r.oioaet
BnlldJart eaa be aeea al Boom
o. if, HlleaeU Lrrade. balld
laf . Addreaa:
Afthnr Drxirail, rninrjsf,
Rock Island or Ccxa, UL
a :ie. am ritani
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