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THE ABGTJS, MOXDAT, JUKE 20, 1898.
Professional 6ardg. I
MoCAoKHUS A M0CA8KRIN, '
Rook Un and JKUaa.
Oflm over Krall Walk's
B. C. COHWUXY. B. D. OOsTSKLLT. ,
CONNELLY & CONNELLY,
Attorney at Law.
Money loaned. Office over Thnmu'
drug More, cur. beoond avenue and
0. L. ANDEB3EN,
Real Estate. Loan, Insurance aod
Room 6, lluford block.
ALEX II. LIDDEBS,
Attorney at Law.
Money loaned on pool security: no- '
trv puMle. Over I u? second avenue,
im I lira mock.
JACKSON A HURST,
Attoreeya at Law.
Offies la Book Lcand national Dana ,
WM. L. LUDOLPU,
A none j at Law.
Money to Loan,- General Leeal Bual
tern, Notary funds, not Beoond eve
ana, Buford block.
I. atvinar. o.lvuui.
Attorneys and Conceal' ors at Law.
Offloe la Boofitoa Bioe.
CHARLBri J. SB RLE.
OounceUot at law. Offlsa la eoiut .
MoKNi'UY A McKNIKY,
anorasyi at Law.
Loan money on auod ecurirv: rests 1
, solteatlotia. Ketereeae. MlKhsU A !
Lynda, bsakora oraje. Vitoaeu A
CHA3. II. 1IUBHELL.
Attorney at Law Justice ol the
I omoe In the C'ty Rail Telephone 148,
va v c.-mtjivi , tun a.
. H. FIRST, M. D.
Fbytiolan and Surroon.
lhnee 4 on 117. omoe, tn Twen
tieth street. Offloe Hours: 10 to IS a.
m.: t to 4 and 7 to p. in. Sunday, 8.10
tov JOa. m.; I:M to! p. in.
DK. COUA EMERY REED,
Hneelsl Attention to disease of worn-
i en and children, aim disease of eye,
ear, nose aud throat. UOIce hours
:tn to it m.. I to 4 p m. 31 Six
teenth street. Rook Inland.
DR. S. H. MILLER,
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentlii,
ft All diseases of horses and cattle i
ft treated on approved principles. Stir- i
C ylcal operations performed in a scien- I
fc title manner. Ihii treated All ealla
tf pniiiiptly attended to. nesldeuce, ivc
ruin avenue, reiepnone l on 19X7. i
Ulrica and Infirmary. IHIS 1117 Fifth I
g annuel James Mauoker'a stable,) op-
C. L. SILVI8,
Over KreU A Hath a, me Beeoot ave i
DR. C. W. 'iUAFTOX, !
I Dentist. I
, Ronirm 13 and IK Mitchell A I.ynde !
building Office hours from to 12 a. m.
and I to o p. in.
DBACK A KKRKS. j
Architect! aod Supcrtn'.endenu. I
Baeoed Boot. ,
HENBY GAETjE, Prop 5
Colpplaaaoek Natter. - j
Cat Flowers and DmIce of. al KhMa jj
rnty (tore, ibct Bceona ayta. Tet
m paone, lein.
It flt -writ!, yr9 vfiMhor jrm fmtliyTiia thl-xkV-K.
ttrta.killlnr i.'-frfiBMt. Jl lTt-ll AfVll
r io- ihririr ror intrw -.
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flip. punlWa thn timai, ir-mTM I k fciTVi -nr4
lo ifuihoxJ. A C 1 PJwwr lap -
r.AkM ;ou nrlT I f I lUwi- 400.
In health, n-prTrvrjy W ki 11 t-AAcsiLmi I v
tocl:w VlHVA'OTC BACfi
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r- 11 6011 t' ''T cam; 3 hom.
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"laaw weed roarvalnable CARC.
BETS and hud them perfect. Couldn't do
without them. 1 have used them for Rome time
iur indigestion anu oinousnpas and am now com
pletely cured. Recommend them.
Once tried, you will never be without them In
me lamuv. tow. A. MAHX, Albany, N. V
Pleajant. Palatable. Po'ent. Ttc Good. Do
buuo, Iteret Sicken. Weaken, or Gripe. Wc. 2jQ. Cue.
... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
' rmmfT- ' IMml. K.w Ttt. Stl
MTQBin .M and Bnaranteed by all rtru-
I W'Bfiw Ki9ta to CtK Tobacco llabitT
IMiite of Mary Ann Cannam. deceased.
'I'he uriderif!,;-il Laving been unDoirit-d ad
n I iilr.m.r with the will annexci. of the es
i ut in raary jnn annaui. hue t the county
of Knelt Island. Mate of illmoiH. deeeased.
herehv irivo notice thai be will nnnrir ii-rr
the rininiy cotirt of hock Island county, nt the
eou:uj eouri room, in the city or Kock Island,
ut the September term on tije tirst Mond iv in
Septem'oer next, at which t me all crsous
uaiui; ,-iaiuis against saia eiate are notiMed
and reiuestetl to ntton-J. for the purpose of
LaiiiiK the same tidjus ed.
All person i debled to said estate are r.
guested to make immediate payment to the
Dated this i:;;h day June. A. I), ihm.
J-n:; s. Can nam. Administrlor.
Stlte of Illinois. I
County of Kock Island, f
... w-.. ... . iii.un.ij. i iuC may
term A. 1). 1. Hill to sell real estate. Geii
cral Xo. rti
rank W. Wochlinirer. eompla'nant.. vs. Joseph
A. HloeMiiiRer. John I rJloehlinifer. Imisn
r'. JJelirens. t red 131oeliliiiier. Jeor)te Hebr
ens. Anna Behrens, Ixiuis Uebrens, Edward
Ihililf.. n.tf..f i. .1.-. i i
of a decree of the circuit court of said county
!. in;.", iu iac aoove entitled
. iiuu viuinin erniK ine unuer-
siitned. as ad'niiiistra'or of the will annexed of
the estate of Joseph L. Woehli niter, deceased.
.w oLiic. ii u appurtenances,
hereinafter described, and all the estate, title
and Interest therein whereof the said Joseph
. .......... .......... u,tt4 m Juc
simple, the utnlersii;ned will, on the Sth day of
July. A. I. at, the hour of two i o'clock
i.. me u tr 1 1 uiHirui me court nouse in
thi ,lttT jtf U.-kr-lr 11.....! ! ...
oiler for sle. to the biirnest bidder, the fol
lowing tract of land, with the appurtenances,
in said city, described as follows:
The west half of lot nuniUer six ( in block
number two c.') iu that partof said city known
as fhieat'o or Lower audition, nn.l all the es-
l:it titli, t,n ....nl ... .u
... ...... ...... nit, luriini ii iiiecom-
plaiuant un1 defendants above named, aud
fMLcli ,if thitn ii ii. I .ill .. ...... ...i.. i
......... u,i.i ,,,, i ,J ,l J l,T. in n; ilMUll-
terest therein uherof the said Joseph L.
ltlocnlini;cr. deei-iisiiil ili,.,! i,i fu ui..
i crms of sale, cash in band.
Kock Island. Illinois. June 4. IKK.
v,.,vi.- llr ii. ...........
Administrator with the will annexed"of the
..-I.IUIU mi ooscjiu I iiiocmmer. ucccasea.
Diamond Jo Line.
St. Louis & St. Paul Tucket Co.,
i-ii'jrantlv lilted stciii.rs Lcttrepn
:il)iVf jwiints as follows:
fcilnj Stirth ol A'iHn.
July I. 10. -jo. a.
aik. 7. i;. w.
ei)t. 1. 1 1.
Going SoutA 0 a. m.
June IS. 27.
Jtilv rt. is. as.
Auif. 3. Ii i;, 31.
Scin. u. v.:
GulwK X"rth ill Sitm.
June Is. -Z7.
Julvrt. IS. ;i.
Air.-. :. 11. :i. 31.
Sept. V. is.
G'liny South 5 it. in.
Julvi. II, in. i.i.
Aiik'. K 17. 26.
Sept. II. 23.
Carnival City Packet Co.
U pillar Hock Il:tini & llurlington
packet fitcaincr XV. J. yiin'. Jr..
iianilsonieh- cruiiM'iI, lcavi for I?:'.r
lintoit vury Momtar, Welucsilay
ami Friday at X.'M j. m. Steamer V.
J. Youn. Jr.. leaves every Sunday at
oclO p. in. with special excursion to
Muscatine, rcturninjj at 11 p. in.
Hound trip, including supjHT, 1. or
7.j cents without supper.
Acme Packet Co.
Itoek Island and Davenport & Clin
ton and Fulton packet line. Fast and
linely eipiipped steamers City of Wi
nona aud Verne Swain. Delightful
steamers for pleasure parties, lioats
leave at 7 a. in. and :J:ld p. m. Hoats
meet at LeCIaire. Bound trip to that
point iiO cents.
To p.irtiies nf iu or more, round
trip rate to Ciintou 7oc. Henlar
Sunday round trip rale to Clinton 00c.
For fi'cijrht and jassener rates and
all other information in regard to any
of the above lines impure of
JEO. LAMOXT iV SOX. Agents.
Foot of 17th St. Telephone 1106.
GET THE BEST
All Work QnarMteed-
1609 THIRD AVENUE
OK. FELIX LE BRUM'S
Steel ? Pennyroyal Tmtmcnl
tm Hi AviMni,! rPIUi'U
' n ' " iujwi. M llUlltUi
af and ble care on the mar
aeu iijo; seat by man.
( ieo trice Bum cult bw
A: J. Hies. Fourth Avenue Ltu Store, sole
agent Rock Island, Dl,
ft yJjj CATHARTIC
TWABf MAUN WCOWTSWav
MUST HAVE VESSELS.
Transports an Absolute Neces
sity with Your Uncle Sam-
uel Just Now,
EO MATTES HOW HIGH THEY COME.
Kone Being to Hire He Impresses a Few
and Practically I'nt an Ocean Line Out
of Buine Radical Measure Adopted
at 'Frisco Sunday with the Volunteers
I Onlct Day Mates Hear Another
Call for Troops.
?an Francicca, June 10. The govern
rticnt has taken a firm stand toward
f?eeurirg transports for the trocps. and
from tkls time forth Impressment
will be the rule until enough vessels
have been secured to carry the army
to the Philipjiinps. The Pacific. Mail
company's steamer Newport has been
impressed This makes the sixth vessel
owned by the I'acUic Mall company
whith is in the service of the govern
ment. The sieciiier was thoroughly
fumli-'atrd, end has gene to the mail
dock. Hrr caro will be discharged as
rabidly as possible, and then the work
of fitting h"r out will- begin. The Teru
is due from the Orient on June 24. and
the City of Rio de Janeiro follows her
i-n July 5. Tioth steamers wii: probably
be taken by the government, although
their Imnnssment will leave the Pa
cific Mail company without a steamer
on the route between here and the
Might as Well Go Out of Itllsiuess.
The taking of the Sydney, Colon and
Newport leaves the mail company's
Panama line in a crippled condition,
and it was for this reason that thetom
pany objected to giving up the
Newport. The mail oimtany is not
felling tickets for i assage on the Pom
for the Orient, a fart which seems to
indicate a belief by the company's offi
cers that she will be seized as a trans
port. The Alameda is due from Aus
tralia and Honolulu on June 2i and the
government agents win sv.'i;op down on
her. This will leave theOceanic Pteam
uh'.p company with only the Mariposa
cn the Australian route a-.u no steamer
on the Honolulu route. The Pacific
Ftcatn Whnltng company's stamec
Valenia has been chartered. It is said
she wiil rot carry more than MM men.
The City of l'nia is being prepared for
occupation by the troops.
ISumor Had a Grain of Fact.
The greatest excitement prevailed in
Camp Merritt over the report to the
effect that ore of the most noted and
daring of Spanish spies had b-en cap
tured in cimp. It was reported that
the man had enlisted In cne of the
regular regiments of Infantry. An in
vestigation of the rumor revealed the
feet that the spy has not as jet becti
apprehended, but it is known that the
government has recently received re
liable information that loads it to be
lieve that Spain has informers in Camp
Uiritt. It can lie reliably stated that
the goyernmont fears a certain well
known informer. vhos? name for the
present Is withheld.
ArreuxTEit to mei tenaxtcif.s.
Young Men Who Are Named to I'm Va
cancies in the Regular Army.
Washington, June 20. At a late hour
last night Adjutant Ceneral Corbin
made public the names of 1E3 young
men w ho had b(nn selected fur appoint
ment ns second lieutenants in the regu
lar army ta fill vacancies treated by the
act of congress adopting the three bat
talion orgnnization for the infantry arm
of the service, and the addition of one
s-cond lieutenant to all batteries when
filled to war strength. The immense
amount of work In selecting the. 13c
young men necessary to fill the vacan
cies may be realized when it is) known
more then 7.CC0 applications for the ap
pointments were filed at the war de
Among these appointed from civil life
are the following:
Illinois Campbell K. Ilabcoik. private
First cavalry: James Fl. Bell, lirfvato
Company C. First infantry; Robert E.
Frith; Donald UcNulta; John Prince
Oleson, private National Guard;
Oeorge Williams; Ralph Plumb Krowers,
nonor grannie l ntverslty of Illinois.
Indiana Harry It. Campbell, mechan
ical and electrical engineer; Victor CSar
rigues. private Indiana volunteers: KH
jah H. Martindale, Jr.. graduate Culver
Military academyr Ivera W. Leonard
captain Indiana volunteers; William
Lew is Hodgkin8, honor gradute Purdue
Iowa James Frederick Howell, grad
uate Corneii university; Harry E. Whit
ney, graduate Iowa State Normal
school: P. M. Shaffer, horor graduate
Iowa State Ncrmal school.
Michigan H. J. Hatth. captain Na
tional (luard: Augustus Ledyard; Louis
S. P. Hurker: Oliver L. Spaulding. Jr.,
graduate University of Michigan; Will-
A Painted Floor
mates housekeeping easier. A dusty carpet
teeps the whole house dust3r. A rug can be
easily shaken and the dust left outdoor.
Special Floor Paint
is made for floors and floors only. Made
to walk on. Insist on getting it from
your dealer. Color cards will be
nailed if yon are interested. A
booklet on painting also.
.THE SHEMilN-WIUJAnta CO..
PAINT smD Colo MAKERS.
100 Canal Street. Cleveland.
rr? Washiocton Street, New York.
ICS Stewart Avenue, Chicago.
U SI Antolae Street, Montreal.
lam M. Swatek, honor graduate Mlchi
gan Military academy.
Wisconsin Henry G. West, late cap
tain Fourth Wiscor.ain National Guard;
Harry L. James; W. E. Hase. honor
graduate University of Wisconsin: Lau
rence Albert Curtis, graduate Shattuck
Military School of Minnesota.
DECISION OP IMPORTANCE.
Hay intimately A fleet All Foreign Trust
Companies in Illinois.
Chicago, June 20. The Lake Street
Elevated Railroad company has won its
suit against the Farmers' Loan and
Trust company, of New York, to enjoin
the trust company from foreclosing a
$7,475.0C0 mortgage against its property.
The Illinois supreme court has affirmed
the decision of the lower courts, that
the Farmers" Loan and Trust company
was not competent to serve as trustee
because cf its failure to deposit JHOO.OOO
with the state auditor, as required by
This decision may ultimately afreet
every foreign trust company doing busi
ness in Illinois. Ncne of the foreign
companies, it is said, has ever complied
with the statute in this respect, and if
the decision is sustained in the federal
supreme cotirt it may force trust com
panies either to comply with the law or
perform their trusteeships through oth
JEOWKED IS A DIVIKG BILL
Two Men Who Were KecoYcring Cargo
from the Sunken I'rniiliic.
Milwaukee, June 20. Word was re
ceived here yesterday of the drowning
of George Campbell and Peter Olsen at
Thunder bay on Friday last while en
gaged at work in a diving b?ll recover
ing the careo of the sunken steamer
Pewabic, which was lost about a year
ago in sixteen fe-t of water. Campbell
was the founder cf the famous divins
bell, and a son of Gardiner Campbell,
founder of the Centennial bell.
No particulars of the accident were
received. It is presumed that the cable
running from the surface to the bell
was broken in some way and the work
men above being unal.le to grapple the
bell. th- imprisoned men were suffo
cated. The Pewaliic's cargo was valued
at Jino.doO. cf which $7,000 worth was
recovered last year.
THREE KILLED OH THE BAIL.
Engineer. Fireman anil Mall f ink Sev
eral Others More or Less Injured.
Roanoke, Va., June 20. Norfolk and
Western passenger train No. 4 was
wrei ked yesterday two miles west of
Shawsville. Three were killled and sev
eral injured. The dead are: Engineer
Al Horner, Rristol, Va.; Fireman Ed
SndUr. Riistol, Va.; Mail Clerk A. S.
Francis, I.lrrion, Va. Th injured are:
Mail Clerk 1. V. Gill. Lynchburg, Va.,
seriously; two express messengers,
names unknown; several passengers,
names not known.
The "Clubwoman's" Day at the
Onia-ha exposition was a success.
Tink Coat won the St. Louis Derby
Saturday. Time, 2:27. Plaudit, second.
The Brooklyn Suburban Handicap was
won by Tillo by a length; time, 2:08 1-5.
Judgn Gary at Chicago has decided
that a board of trade transaction is not
O. T). Fitzsimmens, one of the oldest
and mept respected citizens of Jackson
ville, Ills., died Saturday morning.
The socond annual convention ut the
National Good Citizens' League wilt be
held at Nashville, Tenn., July 11-13,
William A. Coombs, of the National
Millers association, died at Coldwater,
Mich., after an illness of eight days,
The twenty-second annual meeting of
the State liar association will be held
at the Chicago Reach hotel on Thursday
and Friday, July 14 and 15.
George T. Williamson, president of the
Union Foundry works, Chicago, died
while playing tennis on the grounds of
the Kenwood Country club.
The navy department has issued ad
vertisements tailing for proposals for
building the three battleshipsauthorized
by the last naval apporpriatlon bill.
The people of southern Illinois are
suffering fpom the famous ppst of seventeen-year
locusts. They are storming
the country to an alarming degree.
The stories that there has been fric
tion between General Miles and his
otf.cial superiors are pronounced to be
absurd by all concerned at Washington.
A story Is current at Honolulu that a.
Spaniard attempted to blow up the
Ameritan troop sttiip City of Peking
while that vessel was In Honolulu har
Six hundred and eighty-two thousand
dollars in cash was the enact amount
paid to th; United States sub-treasurer
by Chicagcans who want to subscribe
to the war bond issue.
The Spanish consul at Honolulu pro
tested against the entertainment by the
Dole government of the American
troops en route for Manila, declaring it
a branch of neutrality. He was told,
In brief that Hawaii was not neutral.
FIRE LEVELS A CAMP
Park City, Utah, the' Ideal Mining
Town, Swept Off the Face
of the Earth.
LAII LOW BY A FLAMS T0ESAD0.
Experience Will Cost the Residents One
Million Dollars, with Llht Insurance
Seventy-Five Uesideucrs Swept Away in
One Short Stretch or the I'ath of the
. Fire Help Called for from Salt Lake
City and Ogden Rages Eight Hours.
Fait Lak. Utah, June 20. A special
to The Tribune from Park City, Utah,
says: Last night the ideal mining camp
of Park City was made a
mass of unsightly ruin", the
fire to which it succumbed
beginning at 4 o'clock yesterday morn
ing and continuing with awful fury for
nearly eight hours. Main street, from
the point wlwre the fire originated to
the Union Pacific station, is ruined.
Park avenue has sustained losses that
cr.nnot be computed with any degree
cf accuracy. The Chinese quarter is
completely wiped out. and not a dwelling
remnlns on Raw C. hill. The fire
originated in the Freeman house, or
American hotel. Twenty minutes later
great swarms of peoplefilled the streets.
The tian-.es had spiead from the original
structures, and fastening their flaming
teeth in roof and rafter sped north
ward with fiendish fury.
Swept by a Turunda of Flames.
The John Funk barber sh- p. Thomson
& Jordon's but. her shop and the Ives &
Keith stables were enveloped. The
wind swept on. uiging the llames, that
were now whipped across the street
where they fastened themselves upon
Dahlgren's residence, a weak but pretty
structure that succumbed like chaff;
then upon the grocery store conducted
by Vr. H. Roy. D. wn went that struc
ture. Business blocks and dwellings
were swept away alike. Through the
business houses the fire gained its way
and reached the residences on Park
avenue. Here reside the aristocratic
portion of Park City's population. One
by one, on the east ide of this avenue,
the dwellings fell. Wilson's dwelling
perished, as did these of twenty others
on Park avenue, between the starting
point nnd David Keith's row of dwel
lings. Seventy-live Dwelling Suraeri.
On the east site the dwellings were
next licked up rntil Josepk Dyes' resi
dence, just above the Crescent tram
way, was wiped out. In this brief
stretch no less than seventy-five resi
dences, valued at frnm $500 to $11,000
were reduced. On along Main street
one business block arter another fell.
The e ntire fire department, reinforced
by thousands of willing hards. togeth'T
with all apparatus, including three hose
rarts and a hook and ladder truck, were
engaged in the struggle. Appeals for
help were addressed to Salt Lake Cily
and t'lOgd.-n.and at 10:15 a. m. a squad
from Salt Lake's fire department ar
rived, following them was a troop front
the Ogden department. Tne fire at that
time had reached the Crescent conron
ttntcr. the northern extremity of its
course, whii h fell with a deafening
I -os Estimated at (In, Million.
Unloading, the auxiliary departments
put their streams into p4ay around the
Mnrsaic mill. n-aVing a desperate fight
to save that historical structure. Three
rtreams fed by a reservoir above were
played upn it from 4:15 to 8:S0 a, m.
The estimated loss is almut $1,000,000,
w ith light insurance, which isdistributed
among a large number of companies.
The actual figures cannot be obtained
at this writing.
WAS A REVOLTING CRIME.
The Fiendish Murder of Mary KeMon Near
I'epln. Wis., Last Week.
Durand, Wis., June 20. A careful in
spection of the smoking ruins of the
Thomas Seidon farm house, two miles
northeast of Pepin village, indicates
that the midday murder of Mary Sei
don. the 17-year-old daughterof Thoinaa
Seidon, was a fiendish and revolting
crime. The few charred portions of
the larger bones and the rkull of the
murdered girl remaining weie found on
a dense bed of hardwood charcoal in
the cellar, indicating by the position
that either after being murdered, or
while yet alive and bound, the girl had
been placed on a pyre or hardwood
taken from a rack a few feet distant
from the outside hatchway.
A partially burned stick of cordwood
etill remains. No wood of that kind
was kept in the cellar or house. People
passed the house, which is on the p dnt
of the mainly traveled road and in a
populous neighborhood, at 1 o'clock in
the afternoon and noticed nothing un
usual Old Rice Mills Itnrnml.
Savannah, Ga.. June i0. The old Ha
bersham rice mills, a block of the old
est buildings in Savtnnah. one of them
having been built in 1R28. weredestroyed
by fire yesterday aftnrr.otn. The fire
was started by lightning. The build
ings were emong the most historic in
Savannah. One of th"m was fitted up
at one time for the purpose of tendering
a ball to Henry Clay, but he was not
elected prfsiuent and the ball was never
given. loss Is covered by insurance.
mmZ Betnrns from German Flections.
Derlin, June 20. Complete returns of
the elections for members of the reich
stag show that there have ben re
turned 38 Conservatives, 19 Imperallsts,
So Centrists, S candidates of the He
form party, 10 National Liberals, 1
Radical Union candidate, 1 candidate of
the Radical People's party. Agrarian
Leaguer, 32 Social Democrats. 13 Poles,
1 Dane. J independents and 3 Peasant
League candidates. Second ballets will
be necessary in IK districts.
Passed for West Point.
West Point. X. Y.. June M Th
academic board completed the examina
tions of the ninety-e'ght candi'lates who
applied for admission to the military
academy last Tuesday. Only thirty
eight passed, among whom were: Da
vid Henry Itowcr. lowar Xfvrnn K
Crisey, Michigan: Charles O. Free. In
diana: i:oger D. (lough, Indiana; Will
iam F. Morrison. Iowa: Thuir.aa Ii- F.
AVcgelaWcTTcparation for As
lir.g the Sloiuxhs art! Dowels of
Opturn.Morphine nor Mineral
A pcrfirJ Remedy forCftnslipa
tiort. Sour Stomach.Diarenoca
Worms .Convulsions .Fpverish
ncss and Loss of Sleep.
Tac Simile Signature rf
CHAS. E. HODGSON .
Fire Insurance Agency,
Trailer-! Ins. Co., - - Chicago, II!.
Union Ins. Co. - riiilaitclphia, l'a.
lioekfor.l Ins. Co. - - Koekfor.l, III.
Security Ins, Co. - New Haven, Conn.
State Ii"is. Co. ... Ilockfonl, III.
Office, rtoora S. Muford Mock. Itttea
j as low as consistent with security.
J. M. Buford,
The old Fire and
Losses Promptly Paid.
-Rales as low as any
C;m nOonl. Your
fiatroiisiKe is wiliu
I Represents the following well
known Fire and Accident Incur,
i knee Companies:
Rochester German Ins Co
W i t Chester Fire
l.utMlo Gcrm-a '
1 MTnciti Kire
..Rochester. N V
New 1 itrk
Huffalo. X V
....Winchester. .V II
Fidelity and Casualty
Offlc corner Eighteenth Street nod
Second avenue, aeeocd floor.
For the Following Safs
and Eeoable Cumpanii a ar i
Traders Ins. Co Chicago
Providence Waxting'toti Ins. Co., Providence
Imperial Ins. Co. London
Calandoniaa Ins. Co., EdiLburg
lln'lisb-A mciican Ins. Co..
Liverpool and Kora alk
Pacific Ins. Co. Sen York
Home Mutual lua. Co., San Frauuiaco
Office Boom SO Mitchell A Ljcde'i
Block. Telephone No. 1080.
I Have yen Sore Throat, Pimples, Or.pper
Colored Spots. Acbea, Old tares. Ulceta in
j Month, Halr-Faliinc? Write Cook Kxnxdt
Co., 9S0 Jiaaonle Temple, Chicago, lit. for
proofa ot cures; capital, 500,0og. Worst
leasee rued U to U tfsja. lOP-paec
tXACT COPY CF WRAPPER. U J j U
For Infants and Children.
Tlia Kind You Have
THE TKAVELEES' GUIDE.
SniCAGfV ROTE I ISLAND ft PACiriC RAIL
w Tlcki-u ran b parciiajwd or tanaes
. Ji? K 1 v Tw.tiath street d. iCot
t H I r eepot, comer rtth avtnaeaadTliin
Irat ttrest. Frank H Mummer. Arrt,u
lHwver L m la Aomabt... srlTn,
fx Worth lo nver K O.... It ft?, am
attaneapoia jt ;,:M,a
Omai.aand lira Woines it 1:4iaa
ttHashs Jt M'nirapoha Iltm
' 7:12 an
umansjr ies Moim Kx t:ais
leiirsr, Incoln Jt Omsha... ' a id am
Hii.tii Jt liem. r :,,
OinnliaJt IViitit . MU KIsm
4 :.' lua
riiick l-lnnd Bnrean Ac... t:tsi lira
Dsnver. rt Worth A K C... n linn.
tKani-a city A et Jvapb.. ll lilfm
tRock Island A Wshl..gioo lt.i i.t
Chicago A tHt Mjios. ... ..'tl:,m
bovk Island is, B oolyn Ac. 6:85 pm
a :i am
- AT'1"1- poprtjre. JDally. axept Sunday.
AU otliera daily. Telrhone 1USU
BUBLISOTON RdUTI-O B Q A1L
.w"'r''not Fit avaeee ana 8utvasm
traat. at J TauLg, Asenv,
St "L-, HirinKfic'ii. heona
Bsr sjnii-. via Monsjoutt
Chicacn. lUerlltig, CUnioo 4
Peoria, rUs dsioam. Bar
St. Hani A MinueapoM ....
Herlirg. C l-.tnn A Ilobnqor
at. L.. u.n.. i . ti
T (Kipails B:li am
w pmiT e:i pm
A Pac Cos-t naUaUwi.'rr: Tpn'a : am
Uaily. tOally aicotrt Bosday.
CHICAGO. JIILWAFKEtt A T PJU'L R,1.
wy-Racme A Sosthaieateni Ditisloa
leit Tf niieith 'rcet, be: wet a Mnt and kcon
evenaea. L B Gre. Agent.
all in ' Express
t Panl Cxprora
Uilly except Sunday.
POCK ISLAND A riOR'A FJULWAT
J UcnctKirrtAveiiaeanil Twimticib sctmU
R atotaiioiae, Oen'l Tat AitatiU
Las vi Aasjrc
Sprlrrfeld, Cincinnati, Peo
ria, etc I
Peons, r-iiriiirfie'd, St Loot-
10 ."tl pm
Arcm'idatinn Pat Freiirhi
so-, in n
t.Cpm! 11 .-n ik
7:nipai Ism am
f4nam 4 r,d pa
a:4-ia r i a
8:i p- i U'i am
I'.-oris. Priiurftcld. C'iiaaa-
Paoria Anrxna KretrM....'
t'sh e aiid aserrsrd Asom
Piwrrer trains Irsr C K I A P (Moltsm
aveiueH'l-ot v CS minalea asrlter lha fms
riven. Trams n-artd daily, all other tram
daily aiccm ntmdsy.
Sawed building stone,
Ashlar and Trimmings
For cheapnen, durability end
bean tj excelled ,b none. Thia
tone does not wash or color the
wall with alkali, etc I'Jaot tent
na for estimate! will receive
careful attention and be returned
promptlj at our expente.
(jaarriei II mile from Kock
Island on the C. B. 4 (J. VL. II.
Trains Nos. fi and 10 will atop
and let viiitora oil and on.
Bridge stone, corn crib
blocks and foundation
stone, any size desired.
f amplei of Stone and Photoa of
tnildingi can be seen at Koorn
No. 12, Mitchell & Ljnde'a bnild
ABTHUR BURKALL, Manager
Rock Island or Colona, 11L
TlOasJ 7:10 mb
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