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. THE , AHGUS,:Fi:iDA3r, OCTOBEB 21 , 1898.
McCASKEIX & McCASKSIS'.
Attorney at Law.
Rock Island and Milan. Rock Island offlee
over Krell Ma Lb 'a a bo re. id 11 a a office on
H. C. COKLXX. BL D. OOIIBXT
COXXELLT & CONNELLY,
Attorneys at Law.
Money loaned. Offlee over Thorn a' drag
store, comer of Second ayenue and Seven
teenth street. ...
JACKSON & HUEST.
Attorneys at Law.
Office la Bock Island National Bank Bulld
og. WILLIAM L. LUDOLPU,
Attorney at Law.
afney to loan. General legal buxtnesft. No
tary public. 170a becond avenue, Buford
K. D. KWKIIT. C U WaUCBB.
SWF.KNEY & WALKER,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law.
Office In Bengsvon Block.
CHARLES J. SEARLE,
Counsellor at law. Office In court house.
McENIRY & McENIRY,
Attorneys at Law.
Loan money on good security: make collee
vdk Keference. Mfteuell A Lynde, banker.
Office, Mitchell St Lynde building.
F. II. FIRST, II. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Phone I on 137. Office. SJS Twentieth
tree i. Office hours: 10 to 12 a.m.; :( to 4 and
to h p.m. bunday, 8:30 to W:30 a. m.; 1:30 to
J. A. BALL. M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Office (tn Second trenu. Residence flno
wenty-fourth street. Telephone 1110. office
ours from lo to I- . nr. i to 4 p. m; and 7 to S
. m, Sundays V to 10 a. m.
DR. CORA EMERY REED,
Special attention to diseases of women and
children, alno dbeaC!t of eye, ear. noso and
throat. Oflice hour.s-U:30 to 12 a- to-. 1 to 4 p.
m. 1U1 Sixteenth street, Kock Island.
J. B. BriiKltART. u. . . .
. . . MKH. 1IAUA M. ni-RKIIART. M. U.
DUS. BUKKHAKT & BURKIIART.
Office Tremann hlook. Office hours 8 to 12
. m., 1 to h and 7 to v p. m. 'rhone No. 4iFt.
K ok Island. 111. Nujbt calls aiiKwercd from
C. T. FOSTER, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Offire between Third and Fourth avenues on
Twentieth street. Office hour: W loll a.m.,
2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to V p. m. Night calls from
office. Phone to-L
DR. S. II. MILLER.
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist,
AM "lmeases of horses and cattle treated on
aplr.ie.l principles. Kurtfical operations per-
forinein a ncientlfle manner. Dogi treated.
All calm promptly attended to. HcMdence,
KM Kifi aveiMKS- TV-lephonelos. Ii"7. Office
and iutirrViry. IM.VICI7 Fifth avenue (James
Mauekcr A,stat e), opposite No. 1 Ore house.
C. L. SILVIS.
Over Krell Jk Math's. 1714 Second avenue.
DR. C. W. GRAFTON.
Rooms II and IV Mitchell A T.ynde building.
Office hours from 8 to 1- a. m. and 1 to A p. m.
J. T. TAYLOR.
Office hours 8 to 12 a. m.. 1:30 to 4:3l p. ro
ll Highteenlh street- Opposite I'nion office.
DRACK & KERNS.
Architects and Supoiictendenu.
Skinner iflock Second floor.
HENRY GAETJE, Irop.
Cut Flowers and Designs of all Kinds.
City store, 1S07 Second arcane. Telephone
yt rf wit yon whether yw mnhrM tb.
. k mim fur IrJiva t!i
tine, purities eti tt
koi si. luakll, can.; Iboics.ttM,
14 11 "iT..
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Every cough makes
your throat more raw
and irritable. Every
cough congests the lining
membrane of your lungs.
Cease tearing your throat
and lungs in this way.
Put the parts at rest and
give them a chance to
heal. You will need some
help to do this, and you
will nn a it in
From the first dose the
quiet and rest begin: the
tickling in the throat
ceases; the spasm weak
ens; the cough disap
pears. Do not wait for
pneumonia and con
sumption but cut short
your cold without delay.
Dr. Avert Cherry Pec
toral Plaster should be
over the lungs of every per
son trouble! with a cough,
Write to the Doctor.
rnmittl opportunities and Ion ex
perience eminently qualify tin for
riving yon medical advice. Writ
reely all th particular Id yonr case.
Tell u what Tour experience haa
le4Mi with our i hrry Sectoral. Toil
will receive prompt reply, without
Address. DR. J. C. AYER.
jmwcui an w
Carnival City racket Co,
K'ul:ir Rock Islanl & Burlington
packet steamer F. J. Young, Jr..
handsomely equipped, leaves for Bur
lington every Monday, Wednesday
and Friday at t):'M p. 111.
Acme Packet Co.
Rock Island and Davenport & Clin-
. ton anl Fulton packet line. Fast and
linely equipped steamers City of Wi
nona and Verne bwain. Ueiightuu
steamers for pleasure parties. Boats
leave at 7 a. m. and 2:45 p. m. Boats
meet at LcClaire. Round trip to that
point 0 cents.
To partiies of 10 or more, round
trip rate to Clinton 75c. Regular
SuDday round trip rate to Clinton 50c.
For freight and passenger rates and
all other information in regard to any
of the above lines inquire of
GEO. LAMOXT & SOX, Agents.
Foot of 17th St. Telephone 1106
Kstate of Marie StempeL deceased.
The nudersiR-ced having been appointed ad
ministrator of the estate of Marie r-tetnpcl,
lute of the county of Rock Island, state
of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice
that he wul appear before the county
court of Rork Island county, at the county
court room. In the city of Kock Island, at t!ie
Heccmbvr term, on the nrs; Monday in Pc
cemhemezl. at which tlmaall persons havinir
claims atrainst suid estate are noiitied and
requested to attend, for tiie purpose of hav
liig I lie same adjusted. '
All persons Indebted to said estate are re
quested to make Immediate payment to the
Dated this Sd day of October, A. D. 1W8.
i'atuiKii'K W. Stbmpbu Administrator.
Administratrix's Sale of Real Estate.
By virtue of a decree of sale made und
entered by the county court of the county of
Kock Island and state of Illinois, on the
14th dy of Octob.-r. Is. in a certain
cause then and there pendiuv in sa'd court,
for the wale of the real estate here
inafter described, to pay detiis. wherein
the undcrvikned. at administratrix of the es
tate of Henry Carstenscn. deceased, was pe
titioner, and Wortbv Dart Carstensen aid the
Kock Island Safintcs liank were defendants,
the undersiiraed will, -n the iwth day of No
vtmiKT. A. L IsyK at the hour of S o'clock p.
m.. at the eat door of tba court Jhouse, in the
cut of Kock Island, in said aounty. sell at
public sale, to the highest bidder, for esb in
hand, the folio uik tract of land with the i. p- 1
. . . . t : . i ; . . .1 .1 . . '
punenauecs. .iiusicu iu aiiu viij, -i
scnlicd a follows, to-wit:
The north sixty-sven and seven-tcths
(T T in) feet of tbai portion of outiot 47. in th
southeast quurter of seciion number thirty
tive i.'l'o. towrsbip number eivbLcen ll. north
of ranee nul l) r tvu (i). west of the fourth
4tb principal meridian. In the citv and county
of hock Islatd and Mate of 11. loos, tx.Ltf
boiir ded as follows:
Ieinninir at a t iron stake on the east line of
Nineteenih street, in the city of Uouk Island,
one hucdrei and ninety seven and four-tenths
)li'7 4-IO feet-south of the Indian boundary
line, running thence easterly paraUel with said
Indian bounda-v line two huncred and eurhty
two and three-iemhs aC3-uo feel to the west
line of tbe alley: thence north along said west
line Mxty-seveh snd eveo-tenths i;7 J-H'l feel,
thence westerly pa-aUel with the Indian boun
darr line twohundred and eight y-t wo and fou
tenihs (it! 4-10 fee to the east line of said
Nineteenth street, thence south Mxty-seven
and seven-tenths (7.J-10 feet to the flace of
ToK-ether with all the estate, title and inter
est i herein, whereof said Henry Carstensen.
deceased, died seised in few. and all itae es
tate, title an d tnterest therein oi petitioner
anti said defendants and each of them..
Kock Island. Illinois. October I.
OKACE E. CAKSTKXSE.V.
Administratrix of the estate of Henry Carsten-
Subscribe for The Argcs .
MURSE AS AVVITflESS.
Miss Copeland, Professional, Tes
tifies Before the War
WAS CHIEF UUESE AT A HOSPITAL.
scarcity or Atteudaats at First, Which
Condition Was btemlily I ui proved - Tes
tiinouy of Major 1'llcber Indianst Cup-
Lai b Ilears Kenrs of Mis Men's tout
plaints When Hies Were Observed in
hick Men's Months.
Jacksonville, Fia., Oct. 21. Gen'eial J.
Wilson end Captain Howell, constitut
ing the sub-committee appointed to
visit and report upon the conditions of
the camp at Fernandica made their
report to the full commission yesterday.
The followicg Is the Important part of
the document: "We carefully examined
the site of the camp of the Third Penn
sylvania volunteer.-, which it has been
reported was a tropkal jungleon worth
less land until cleared, and upon clear
ing MrTilch the troops are said to have
worked like slaves uctil it was fit for a
camp site. While your committee can
not state the condition of this land
when the troops arrived, it found no ap
pearance of a tropical jungle here or ia
the vicinity. There'were no evidence of
there having been serious work in pre
paring the camps, although as is usual
there were small bushes, vines and
low palms scattered here and there over
the camp site and the adjacent land.
Altogether the committee was most fa
vorably impressed with the character
of the Plte selected." The balanc? of the
report shows that the state of Florida
owns the lands, and that no man by
the name of Aljjerever had any interest
Heard Some Professional Nnrses.
The commission yesterday heard sev
eral of the professional female nurse3,
including Miss Cwpeland, chief nurse at
the Third division hospital; Miss Rob-
bins, head nurse at the First division
hot-pltal; Miss Hubbard, head nurse at
the Second division hospital, and Misses
Walkf f ard Waters, ward nurses. Miss
Cojx land ppoke in commendation of the
conduct of the hospitals, and said that
the nurses were well treated and ap
parently much respected. When the
nurses first came to the camp thert; was
only ore nurse to each forty or sixty
patients, but this condition had been
steadily improved. There was also in
the beginning some scarcity of appli
ances for the sick, such as hot water
bottled, which while not a necessity
were often a comfort. She spoke of
some nurses who had made complaints.
but there were of the kind of persons
who are never satisfied with any situa
tion. Society Aid Not a Necessity.
Major James E. Filcher, of the regular
army, depot surgeon for the Seventh
army corps, said that since the early
days of the camp there had been no
difficulty in securing an abundance of
medical supplies and that they were
much more plentiful and of greater
variety than was usual in the regular
army. Dr. Conner pressed Dr. Pilcher
closely on this point, saying to him that
the country was full of the report that
the medical department of the govern
ment was not capable of meeting the
demands made upon it. and that but for
the aid of such relief societies as the
Ked Cross, there would have been act
ual suffering. To this Dr. Pilcher re
plied that such was not the case, and
he maintained the capability of the
government to take good care of its
own sick. He said that it would have
been ungracious not to accept the aid
offered by the relief societies.
Complaints from an Illinois Company.
Captain John W. Swatek, of company
L, Second Illinois, complained that or.
two or three occasions the fresh meat
furnished his men had been poor, but
said that on all other occasions the food
had been good and ample. Gen. Dodge
told the captain that there had been
complaints from almost every man in
the company in regard to their break
fasts and suppers. Captain Swatek re
plied that he had eaten the same food
given the men, and that it was satis
factory to him. He said, however, that
he did not ordinarily inspect the meats
of the men. Sergeant A. F. Lorenzon,
of the same company, admitted that
there was some complaints among the
men, but he thought th complaints
were due to the fact that the men were
COL. BRTAN ASKS TO BE EXCISED
And His Llso tenant Colonel Is Examined
in Ills Stead.
Colonel Taylor, of the Fourth Vir
ginia, said he had no complaint what-
NO FAITH CURE.
ABOUT STUART DYSPEPSIA
They Care Stomach -Troubles and Indi
gestion Anyway, Whether Too
Hare Faith In Them
Mere faith will not digest jour food
for you, will not jjive an appetite, will
not increase your.llesh and strengthen
vour nerves and heart, but Muart's
lyspepsia Tablets will do these
things, because they arc composed of
the elements of digestion, they con
tain tbe juices, acids and peptones
necessary to the digestion and assim
ilation of all wholesome food.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets will di
gest food if placed in a jar or bottle
iu water heated to 98 degrees, and
they will do it much more effectively
when taken into the stomach after
meals, whether you have faith that
they will or not.
They invigorate the stomach, make
pure blood and strong nerves, in the
only way that nature can do it, and
that is plenty of wholesome food well
digested. It is not w hat we eat. but
what we digest that does us good.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets are sold
by nearly all" druggists at 50 cents for
full sized package, or by mail from
the Stuart company, Marshall, Mich.
ever to make concerning any depart
ment of the government, and that he
knew of no case of wilful neglect. Lieu
tenant Morrow, acting commissary of
the Third Nebraska, Colonel Bryan's
regiment,, testified to the generallj
good character of the commissary sup
plies. He mentioned one or two in
stances when poor bacon had been re
ceived, and said there were occasional
complaints from the men, though not
of serious character.
Colonl W. J. Bryan was next called.
Tie asked to be excused from testifying.
requesting that his lieutenant colonel be
examined In his stead, "iou wiu, i
have no doubt, understand my reasons
for the reauest," he said.
"I think the request very proper and
reasonable," responded Governor Beav
er, and as the entire commission as
eented to this concession Colonel Bryan
was excused with the request to send
up his lieutenant colonel.
W. T. Durbin. of the One Hundred
and Sixty-first Indiana, said there were
few complaints from his men, and that
thsy were generally trivial. He spoke
especially of the Third division hos
pital. There had been one or two com
plaints of neglect of his men at this
hospital. Colonel Letcher Hardin, of
the Sixth Missouri, complained that the
grounds of the Third division hospital
bad not been well kept.
Br. Alexander Kent, field agent at
Jacksonville for the Red Cross, said he
had been received very cordially by the
army surgeons and had co-operated with
them. At the Second division hospital
in, midsummer many men lay uncovered
on account of the short supply of blank
ets. He supplied the deficiency. There
was also at that time a shortage of tents
and food suitable to typhoid fever pa
tients. He had undertaken to supply
the deficiency and had distributed two
tarloads of the necessary delicacies.
' It seemed," he said, "as if the hos-
fltal was arranged upon a smaller scale
than was demanded, and as a conse
quence there was a tr-onptant demand
Uwa the Red Crocs to supply the de
ficiency." Dr. Kent said he had heard many
complaints concerning misconduct at
the hospitals, and many of them were
apparently well vouched for, but they
had not genrally proved well-founded
when investigated. The men of the hos
pital corps were not intelligent as a
class, and while Berne of them were dog
gedly faithful they failed to meet the
requirements. They did not, for in
stance, seem to regard it as of conse
quence if flies were crawling in and
out of a sick man's mouth with im
punity, and he had seen as many as six
cases of this kind at one time. Sincu
the trained nurses had been secured the
sick were better cared for than at home.
ONE OP THE NOTABLE CASES,
That or Charles Reraud Hospital Stew
ard's Claim Satisfied Soldieis.
W. W. Kirksey, of Texas, hospital
steward, was questioned concerning the
management of the case of Charles
Eeraud, Jr.," of the Louisiana troops,
for which the hospital management has
been severely criticised. He said he had
the care of this case, that everything
possible had been done for the man,
and that the father of the man had
thanked him for his care of his son.
Lieutenant Colonel Vifquain, a vet
eran of the civil war and a graduate of
the Military school of Brussels, of the
Third Nebraska, said the regiment was
excellently equipped except that the
tentage was poor. He also said the
quality of. the clothing was bad. The
pork had also been wormy at times and
the beef tainted, but these had been
exchanged. He had thought the cloth
ing better than in the civil war, but the
rations were not so good as then. He
also thought the camp entirely too
Other witnesses examined were Lieu
tenant Jones, commissary of the Fourth
Virginia; Private Allen O. White, of the
same regiment; Private S. C. Thomp
son, of the Third Nebraska; Lieutenant
Freeman, commissary of the One Hun
dred and Sitxy-first Indiana; Com
missary Surgeon Morse, of the
One Hundred and Sixty-first; James R,
Pourie, a company commissary sergeant
of the Sixth Missouri, and Private Jas.
T. James, of the Sixth Missouri. All
these witnesses expressed themselves
as satisfied with their treatment. The
commissary officers said the rations
were abundant, but that occasionally
the fresh meats were tainted, owing to
the heat. The privates found ne fault,
all saying they had enough to eat and
generally that the food was good.
The commission concluded its sessions
here last night and left for Atlanta.
Washington. Oct. 81. The war depart
ment last night made public the follow
ing cablegram from Major General
Erooke, at Ponce, regarding charges
made by Surgeon Seaman, who recently
testified before the war investigating
committee: "Regarding Surgeon Sett-
man's complaint about rations I find
nothing in it. He never had charge cf
a hospital authorized to receive the 65
per man: all hospitals have received it
since authority was received in the isl
and to pay .U.T.
National Wholesale Druggists.
St. Louis. Oct. 21. New officers of the
National Wholesale Druggists' associa
tion in session here were elected yester
day as follows: President, ex-Mayor
Cyrus P. Walbridge, St. Louis; secre
tary, A. P. Merriam, Minneapolis.
Father and Child Horned to Ieath.
Tompkinsville, Ky., Oct. 21. A man
named Shives and his child were burned
to death in their cabin yesterday at
Miles Cross Roads. The rest of the
family escaped from the burning struct
ure. New l ork Silver democrats.
New York, Oct. 21. Chairman Keach.
r the Chicaco' nlatform Democracy of
Vii state, has nrpnarpd an address to
those voters who adhere to the declara
tions of the national -Democratic con-
ention or 1S3. in which he advises
hsm to TlJp fnr an the regular Demo
cratic nominees except Conway, nomi
nee for attorney general.
Here's Honors for Hawkeyea-
Sun Francisco ref 21. A rlrUu1
eleven from the ranks of the Fifty-first
lowa regiment yesterday defeated the
Tland fitanfnnl nniv.raitv tenm tha
crack foot ball players of the Pacific
coast, py a score of (tod.
Big Fire a Dallas, Tax.
Dallas. Tex.. Oct. 21. The extensile
plant of the Texas Drug company in
this city burned. Loss estimated at
wihe woekess strike off.
Man Msreh to the Factory and Confer
with tl Superintendent.
Cleveland. O.. Oct. 21. By a unani
mous vote at a. meeting of the striking
wire drawers, h ;!d yeterady afternoon,
the strike was declared oft. Half an
tour later National Secrteary Walter
Gillette and local officers of the Wire
Workers" union, with about forty of the
strikers, marched to the office of the
American Steel and Wire company and
announced the fact. After a brief con
ference Superintendent Nye was called
in. He announced that all the old em
ployes who desired to return to work
could do so as far as there were va
cancies. This will provide place for all but a
few of the strikers. A. E. Cliff has
phown marked ability as president of
the union in conducting the strike, and
has endeavored to have the men pre
serve order, so that when Superintend
ent Nye announced that Cliff would be
made foreman of one of the shops a
cheer went up and a long step was tak
en in healing the soreness caused by the
EPISCOPAL GENERAL COUNCIL
Agrees to Adjourn Oct. 5 Rssolutlans
Adopted Cliurcn Statistics.
Washington, Oct. 21. At the Episco
pal general convention yesterday the
bishops concurred in a resolution passed
by the deupties for final adjourment on
Oct. 25. They concurred also in a letter
to the czar of Russia relative to his
peoce conference and in a resolution
expressing appreciation for the sympa
thetic course of Great Britain during
the recent war.
The report to the house of deputies
of the committee on the state of the
church presented a comprehensive sur
vey of the work of the last three years.
The total contributions cf the last three
years for all purposes reached $31,C41,178.
There has been an increase of bishops
from seventy to eighty-three, and of
clergymen from 4.022 to 4.5S0. The num
ber of bajisms has been 192,725; con
firmations, 134,741; communicants, 6S1.
45. The present church sittings are
KILLED ON A TORPEDO BOAT.
Boiler Tubes Burst and Three Men Are
Dead. Four Badly Wounded.
Astoria, Ore., Oct. 21. The torpedo
boat Davis, which Etarted on its official
trial trip yesterday, was disabled by the
bursting of a number of boiler tubes.
Eight of the crew were badly scalded
and three of them died soon after reach
ing here. The dead are C. McNeeley,
P Luithleo and H. Wood. The serious
ly injured W. Woods, B.Ryan, A. John
son and A. Buehl.
Later. The four wounded men died
last night, making seven dead.
Wisconsin Soldiers Mustered Out.
Milwaukee, Oct. 21. Companies I, K,
L and M, of the First Wisconsin volun
teers, were mustered out of the United
States service last evening. Each mem
ber was paid in full when given his dis
charge papers. Captain Andrus, the
mustering-out officer, goes to Racine to
day, where company F will be mustered
out. Other companies to be mustered
out are Beloit, Janesville, Whitewater,
Fort Atkinson, Monroe, Darlington and
Madison in the order named.
Wage Scale of the Olass Blowers.
Pittsburg. 0t. 21. At a meeting of
the board of directors of the American
Glass company the question of an ad
vance in prices was considered, but def
inite action deferred. William Locffier
said that the wage scale question had
been discussed, but left In the hands of
the wage scale committee with power
to act. He said the strike in the window
glass trade would not be settled until
the wagres of the cutters and llatteners
are agreed lipnn.
Charged with Wile Murder.
Des Moines, la., Oct. 21. J. M. Stite-
ler, the Iowa volunteer who is suspected
of having murdered his wife, who died
in an ambulance Sunday afternoon, is
now in the county jail. He was arrest
ed yesterday on a warrant charging him
with her murder, and was unable to get
$5,000 bonds. Stlteler was in a Justice's
court trying to forestall the police by
being arraigned on petty offense when
Clover Leaf Debts To Be raid.
Toledo, O., Oct. 21. Receiver Peirce,
of like Clover Leaf railroad, was yes
terday ordered by Judge Taft. of the
federal couft, to take up $130,000 of re
ceiver's debts. The receiver stated that
he had .$250,000 on hand and a subse
quent order is looked for at onee.
The steamship Roanoke has arrived
at Seattle from St. Michaels with $3,-
500,000 in gold.
The reported marriage of the Chinese
dewager empress by Li Hung Chang is
a Chinese joke.
Chaplain Mclntyre is no longer chap
lain. The verdict of the court-martial
has been approved.
An Ohio circuit court says the anti-
lynch law is constitutional. It now
goes to the supreme court.
Snow is reported from several points
in Kansas, the thermometer averaging
between 33 and 37 degrees.
The sensational Spanish report of a
naval battle letween Admiral Dewey's
vessels and the insurgent navy in tho
Philippines is probably false.
Eighty-four per cent, of the enlisted
force of the navy are now Americans
by birth or naturalization. Five years
ago little more than half were.
D.sastrous typhoons, sand storms and
floods are said to have destroyed hun
dreds of villages and caused the death
of thousands of persons in the Orient.
The nineteenth annual meeting of the
Puilding and Loan Association League
of Illinois is in session at SDrinsrfleld
with about 100 delegates in attendance.
Burglars took advantage of the lack
of police protection Wednesday and
made an attempt to rob the safe in sub
station A, of the Chicago postofflce.
At Victoria, B. X. the captains, hunt
ers and others engaged In the aealing
business are framing a protest against
the proposed sale of the business as a
rneans o settling the Behring ea ques
tion. Two men ilayed a joke on Patrick
Cahill. a Chicago bartender, by lassoing
him with a rope and tying him to a
table. They drank a bottle of pop. ate
the free luncheon and departed without
taking any money.
There is no waste of effort to keep the fire going
in a JEWEL, Stove or Range. There is no waste of
fuel, no waste of heat, no waste of labor with a
JEWEL Stove or Range. You get the most heat
with the least fuel because Jewels are scientifically
constructed. You get more service from a JEWEL,
Stove or Range because it
is built of the best ma
terial in the best way.
Everybody gets the
most satisfaction from
JEWEL Stoves and
Ranges because they
are perfect in every
point. Ask the dealer
for JEWEL Stoves
and Ranges and look
or the trade-mark.
Direction of Steve F. Miller. '
One Night Only, Sunday, Oct. 23
Gloriously Funny James M. Martin's
"The Late Mr, Early,
A Vanileville Comedy in Three Acts
SHARP AND FLAT,
Assisted by the following remarkable
cast: Frunces Olney, Itose Sutberlitnd,
Apollo, the Adonis of tbe boundiui;
wire, Mabel Hite. Adele Ray. liuvc
Phillips. John C Davis, Koueb Riders'
Quartet, U. Fark Myers. Charles Thomp
son and a host of others,
Prices 25, 50 and 75c.
Sule of seats at Bleuers jewelry store.
Steve F. Miller.
Sole Lessee and MumiKcr.
MONDAY, OCT. 24.
STOCK COMPANY IN
HIGH CLASS REPERTOIRE
OPENING TLA Y.
Prices. 10c. 20c. 30c. Seals on sale at
Bleuer's Jewelry Store.
One paid reserved seat admits one laily free
UhocrTme Direction Or Cmamberun Kinst k Co.
Sunday, Oct. 23.
Scan, carefully the amusement bar
gains offered in Hoyt's Spectac
ular Farce Comedy' Carnival.
A MILK WHITE FLAG,
MARY MARBLE as the Orphan,
And SOFarcial Entertainers,
Prices, 25c, 50c, 75c and II. Seat sale at
White Seal saloon
1S15 Second Atcces.
r ILARGEST STOVE PLANT IN TH EWORLD!
ax sold by
We Are Busy
All the Time'
Now is the time to have yimr
walls freshened with bright,
clean paper, so that it will
lie a pleasure to receive your
friends this fall when they
come to soo you. Scarcely
any annoyance anil so riuickly
ADAMS WALL PAPER CO..
810, 812, 814 TWENTIETH ST.
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
SHICaQO, KOOK ISLAND & PACIFIC RAIL
way Tickets can bm purchased or baggage
eked it R1F Twentieth street depot, ot
OBI4P liepot, comer Fifth avenue and Thirty
Irut street, Ffctk H Flummer, A Kent.
Denver L'mited A Omai
t 8:05 am
t &: am
J :53 am
Kt Worth. Denver K
Mlnncapo Is... ,.
t f:W) m
t 8:00 am
uatti and uea Moines tit 8:u
tOmaha A Minneapolis tl4:(N
Omasa & Dee Moines Ex ,...f7:M
tlO 85 pm
t 7:18 am
S :'& Bm
Ovnver, t lncoln & Omaha. ..
tOhicapo Dos Motnes
Kock iKlnnri A Bureau Ac. ..
St Paul A MtbDeat ols
Denver, ft Worth K O....
IKanKas City & ft Joseph...
tRock Island A Wasblujtton.
Chicago A Ir Moines
Rock Island A Brooklyn Ac.
11 :f am
t 4 :so pm
II TOO stn
t 8f pro
! b :00 am.
t 2:15 pm
o :8K pm
t 0:BO am
Arrival. tDepartnre. t Dally, except 8 unlay.
All others daily. Telephone 10U3 ' -
QTKLINGTOH ROUTlT-O BAG KalL
rj way Depot First avenae and fitxteerctb
(treat, M J Young-, Aent.
St. L., Hpiingfleld, Peoria.
Bur Quir. via Monmoatb
Chicago, sterling, Clinton
Peoria, Beadstown, Bar-
llnston, Denver AWeM....
St. Paul A Minneapolis ....
Sterling, C'lston A Dubuque
St. L., Knas CM y, Denver
Pac. Cont via Gslerb'rir
7.-00 in T:30 pm
U? :40 am
t 1:40 pm
'til :M am
t t:5 pm
7:50 pm 8:10 a
, .mi i nn t n:v
I 7rgB pm 8;B8 am
Dally. fDatly eioept Sunday
CUICAOO, MILWAUKEB A HT PAUL Kali
wy Barlne A Southwestern Dlvlnloa
Depot Twentieth street, between first and bocood
avonues. L 11 Greer, Agent.
TRAIN8 LiTS Asmvi"
Mall an-IErprere 7:S0 am OflBpw
Bt Paul Sxprees 4:00 pm 11 .-80 en.
freight and Accommodation 8:00 am 8 80 an.
Dally except Huuday.
ROCK IsLANU A PEUH'A H AIL WAY
Depot First Avenne and Twentieth street.
It Blockhouse, Gen'l Tk't AftenU
THAINH. Lbav Aaaiva
Springfield, Cincinnati, Peo
ria, etc .. 10M ym
Peoria, Springfield, Bt Louis
etc Ji05 am 6:40 pm
Accomodation Fast Freight 10:80 am
Peoria, Hpringfleld. Cincin
nati, etc 1:15 pm 11:18 cn
Peotia Accom. Vroivht 7:10 pm 1:19 tm
Hhcrrard Accommodation... i:U0im 4:50 pm
Cablo Accomodation 8:40 am 8:80 pm
Cab'e and Baerrard Aecom.. 8:30 pn 7:58 am
Passenger trains leave C K I P (Moltne
avenue) depot live (5)' minutes earlier than time
siren. Trains marled dally, all other trains
daily except Sunday. 4
Colon a Sand
Sawed building stone,
" Ashlar and Trimmings
For cheapness, durability and
beauty excelled by none. This
stone does not wash or color tbe
wall with alkali, etc Plans sent
us for estimates will receive
careful attention and be returned
promptly at oar expense.
Quarries 12 miles from liock
Island on the C, B. & Q. B. U.
Trains Nos. 5 and 10 will stop
and let visitors off and on.
Bridge stone, corn crib ,
blocks and foundation
stone, any size desired.
Samples of Stone and Photos ol
buildings can be seen at Room
No. 12, Mitchell A Lynde's build
AETUUIi BUKBALL, Manager
Bock Island or Colona, 111.