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THE JLRGTJS, TTJEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2G.-189S.
McCASXRIN & McCASKRIX,
' Attorneys at Law.
Rock Island and KHan. Rock Island office
over Kreli . Math 'a utore. Milan offlee oo
H. C. COISDXT. B. D. CO Kit ELL T
CONNELLY & CONNELLY,
Attorneys at Law.
Money loaned. Office orer Thomas' drug
tore, corner of Second avenue and Seven
JACKSON & HURST,
Attorneys at Law.
Cfficeln Rock Ialand National Bank Build-
WILLIAM L. LUDOLPII,
Attorney at Law.
Money to loan. Oeneral legal business. No
tary public. i;06 becoud aveuue, iiuford
K. D. SWCO'IT. C. L. WALK SB.
SWEENEY & WALKER,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law.
Office In Uengston Block.
CHARLES J. SEARLE,
Counsellor al la w. Office In court house.
McENHlY & ilcENIRY,
Attorneys at Law.
Loan money on rood necurity: make collec
ons. Kefercuoc. Jiitcnrll A L.ynde, baukern.
Colce, MilcheU & Lynda building.
F. II. FIRST. M. D.
Phy -ilcian and Surgeon.
Phone 4 on 13". mre. SM Twentieth
tr--t. onii-i! hiiiin: 1 . 13 n. ro.: 2 to 4 nnrt
to H p. in. Sunday, b:3o to a. tn.; 1:30 to
I p. in.
J. A. HALL, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Office t7 Rcnml avenue. Kesidunce
went. v-fourth street. Telephone lll. Oitlee
oura from 1 te IJ ik. m: a to 4 p. m; and 7 to 8
. u, Sundays 0 to 10 a. in.
DR. CORA EMERY REED,
Spocl.il at tentlon to diseases of women and
children, diocascs f eye. ear, nose and
throat. Omc(! hours !::! to li a. m.. 1 to 4 p.
xu. SJl Sixteenth .street. Kook Lsluad.
. K. IIUIIKHAKT, M. 1 . . .
. . . Mlts. MMA M. IIUKKIIART. M. n.
DRS. Iil'KKHAKT & UL'KKIIART,
Onioc Trt mann Hock. Office hours 8 to 12
n. in.. I to i'i on'l 7 to u p. m. ' lioiie No. 4tvi.
Id.i k Island. 111. NifUt calls answered from
C. T. FOSTER, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Office between ThirJ und Fourth :. venues on
Twentieth fctreet. Oiiiot Lours: u to II a. in..
2 t 4 p. in. ami toi. m. IXinht calls from
oulee. l'nouc t'r-i.
DR. S. II. MILLER,
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentl&t,
All diseases of horses and cattle treated on
approved principle's. eSur,rlel operation per
formed iu a iwientirie manner. Ootrs treated.
All calls promptly attended to. Kebidenee,
kMd Fifib aveuue. Telephone 1 on 1"7. Omce
and iptirniary. P'.1V!!7 F;ltb avenue (Jamed
Maucwer s stab.e;. opposite No. 1 tire house.
C. L. SILVIS,
Over Krcil Math's, 1716 Second avenue.
DR. C. W. GRAFTON,
Rooms 13 and is. Mitchell A T.vnde bulldin.
Office hours iioin to 12 a. m. aad 1 to 6 p. m.
J. T. TAYLOR,
Office houisj Jtolj a. m . l:M to 4M p. m.
:i Jrarfhteemh street. Opposite L'nioa office.
DRACK & KERNS,
Architects and Superintendents.
Skinner Block Second Coor.
HENRY GAETJE. Prop.
Cut Flowers and Designs of all Kinds.
City store, 1S07 Second avenue. Telephone
Itntu with yro whether yms r-r-tlno t
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tfiDiim Ut d-3;rt- for vnuar-i. V .
ti:,. tt- IJiKi r.rf iTFl fcJ"
liiftrtilii.njrT" WWiivf'lTJ Buy
ai.1 rncuyrv. t t-Ul 5,'OBi ' r.a
Ix. a Z'a ysr arurt W'a
(fj S VlTM.'h iorai. Tui it wa
Are you frequently hoarse?
Do you have that annoyipg
tickling in your throat? Would
you feel relieved if you could
raise something? Does your
cough annoy you at night, and
do you raise more mucus in
the morning? - --4
Then you should always keep
i t - - n
on nana a oon;e or
4 a HI
'V i" n rii
If you have a weak
throst you cannot be too
careful. You cannot begin
treatment too early. Each
ro.lH nilipc von mnrp lishle
wuiu imhwm j
y?'A to another, and the last
U'j one is alvays harder to
y:J cure than the one before it.
tr. fiucr s cterrg Fecloral Plasicr
prclctis lit iuDs l?ca colls.
Help at Hand.
If you have any complaint
whatever and desire the best
mqclical advice you can pos
sibly obtain, write tl:e doctor
freely. You will receive a
Address, DR. J. C. AYES,
.'- Lowell, Mass.
Estate o! Marie Stempe!. deceased.
Tne undersigned having been appointed ad
rcii Lsirator ui tbe estate of Marie nteuipel.
late or the eountv or lloekt Island, slate
cf Illinois, ieceascd. hereby -'ives notiee
that he iil appear before the county
court of Hock I.slaau county, at Uie county
court riwiu. in the citv ot Koek- Island, at the
IiU'-cmber term, on the lirst Monday In Ie
fea'jur ncm. ut whioa time all persona havinit
clains against tiuiu estate are r.otilieU aud
requested to attend, for the purpose of hav
IijK tbe s:.!:ie adjusted.
.All persons Indebted to said estate are re
quested to make iuiinctliate payment to the
Dated this 3d day of October, A. D. ISM. -Fhepekick
V. Stemi'ji, Auuiinistrator.
Adiuiiii-trat rii" Sale of Kcal I'.state.
yiy virtue cf a decree of sale made and
entered bv tie county court of the county of
Koei: Island and state of Illinois, oa the
Uth iliy of octoD r. s--s. in a certain
caue tlien und there pending In sa d court,
for the s;de of tbe real estate here
Inaf.er dese:ibed. to pay del.ls. wheiein.
tiie undersigned, as at!iiiiQ;strulri. of the es
tate of Henry "arsten-,en. deee.ced. as pe
t'tiimer. and Vorthv l)-rt Cartensen and tne
lioelv l .land Savings itank were deiendautn.
tbe vtide; -.ii.'!ied will, on tbe I'.o h lav of No
veiT'l'er. A. L .. at the hour o, i o'clock p.
ni.. at tae east ihjorof lbs ciurtj'.iouse, in the
city of KocU I-aand. in said euun.v. si'll at
pnbiie sal, to ti,e hi-best lii-iiier. ftr cush in
h:Mid. the follov. lutr tract of land with tbe np
pur'erances. situated in sjiu city, acd cie
critlell us follows, to-wit:
T!:e north sixty-s-vn and sever.-tenths
(it? T-1 ' f.-et of thai portion of ouilot 47. in th
sr.;:ne;ist itu.ir:-r of section number thirty
live :!'t. low t -hip number t-U-Meen (lf. norih
of r.:ni;e te.iTb r t . o ('. west of tiie fourth
4tth princi'i d tneriuiau. in the city and t'ount
of rtock kiad and Mate of ' Iliino s. being
bounded a.- fci.ows: -
l:('tinu.:i' at a -. iron stake on the east line of
N. "'let eeti.ii street, in tbe city of Itoek Island,
one bundiei ar.d ninety t-even and four-tenths
! 4-lt'l feet-south of the Indian boundary
liiie. runninkf thence ea-te-.y parallel with said
Indian ti mud.l'V line two buuared and eii-'bty-two
and t1r".--i enth tis;s.0) ret utbe u est
liieof t".::til-v: tlicnee north aiori said west
I ne sixtv-si-en iirlu'Vi-n-tcotU o'.." T-lo feet.
lUence wetei-ly pu-t.il, -1 i'h ib Indian boun
rmv line t -.vobumlred and emhty-t and fou--te-.tbs
J-' 4-Un fe" u tbe e:i: line of s.iid
Nine.etntu .-'.rcet. iheiicc i-Duth i.tv-seven
and eveu-teuths (07 7-H' feet to the jaace of
To:re'b-r tv:''i n'.l th? est.ite. title and Inter
est therein, wberejf s.iU Henry L'arsteiien,
deeea"d. died seUediu fee. aod a!l he es
iae ttrh' aid intvr,i, iberciti of petitioner
a.nii said ileletlants. and each of them.
iiock Island. Illinois. October is. lsis.
liSACE V- CAUSTKXSEX.
Administratrix of the eUateof Henry Crsten
lii ESEEWOOD PARX,
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8- AVtMlt. S
r - I
Ths mitt tfssi-aKi saetlan of T!a Crtlev
Riliaq ne4K'- al ahaded b Ir38 aarjral tres
Sowrrt, water anias. sidewalks, etc.. lirrd m
Mora bat Inali rade. laoders eaoses in Bemnbs
esod. E4uat:r i:crtn to aiine crcttri n
Kh eluea b i"-Citt F.Jctrie fai-ws..
mi-fUjLroa CUrta "4 1 Ward Publtc Scfcoot
tIknaaiant. loC, . A P. d-pol, aU
anu'fM:tia hone.a:9 to 0. 5. A.-soaal d nci?B
MHtre iactoriea. .
Tlia te?ti lots irX"ca?o4 &t iadiiG
11 fca sold at ar la pices i! taken soon.
' A. H. KOHLER,
ooaiS. fort c ri, Mlio. Kl
KING VAS TQQ GRUFF.
Wisconsin Military Surgeon Who
..' Shocked the War Office
'v - . Investigators. .
TOLD MEir TO GO TO THE DEVIL,
Decauae They Complained Thst Their
Food Wu Sot I'p to Bate Other IVlt
neasea Tell of Things That Should Not
llave Been Lient. Col. Cabell Test
luoujr 1 Severe on Somebody Man
AY ho Discovered Centra Announced.
Washington, Oct. C. During yester
day afternoon and last night informa
tion received by the president from
Paris was formally discussed at the
White Hcur-e with several members of
the cabinet. Pret-isely the nature of the
information received was not disclosed.
It is said, however, that the situation
is embarrassing-, if not critical, in the
opinion of the commissioners, although
there is still reason for the expectation
that the negotiations will not be broken
of and that they will proceed to a suc
Anniton, Ala., Oct. -S. Tha mcst in
tert-stin:r witness before the war in
vestigation yesterday was ilajor
Charles l King, Ecrjson of the Fourth
Wisconsin regiment. Dr. King said the
muuical supplies of his resriment were
ir.suillcient, and that there was much
delay in getting requisitions filled. He
thought thero was a surTIcient quantity
of food, but said some of the men would
not eat it, preferring to buy food for
themselves. General Wilson asked if
the men had ever lonir.lained to him as
sureon of the resriment, and Dr. Kins
replied that they had.
Gave Them an "Evuslro" Answer.
"What did you say to them?" asked
"I told them to po to the devil and
cat what they had," he replied.
'"I think thct a very improper reply
f r you to have made," said General
Wilson, and he declined to further con
tinue the examination.
Dr. Iltr.ry H. Lee, major and surseon
of the third br'pade. first division,
thir;i corps, said he had urped the re
moval of the camp from Chickamauga,
because he considered the water bad
trnd because of the impossibility of get
lineT deep sinks.
Couldn't K"u force Herniations.
Sliijor Iljnson, who was inspectcr
general of the first division, third corps,
at" Chickamaugra, said it had been im
possible to enforce sanitary regulations
at Chickamatiga because when men
were arrested the courts would not
runish them. lie thought the camp
site good, but said some of the camps
had been poorly located. Ke considered
the men who had located the camps re
sponsible for this state of affairs.
Major Woodbury, an engineer on
fleneral Frank's staff, did r.ot consider
the site of Camp Thomas suitable for a
permanent camp. He said be had after
a rain seen water from the creek drain
ing the camp runr.irg into the in-take
pipe of the camp supply system.
Captain Fremont, who was adjutant
general of the second division, third
corps, detailed the ditlieulties attending
the government of the hospital of that
division. He said that when attendants
were complained to concerning neglect
it va3 not uncommon for them to swear
ft the .complainants. Dr. Fremont said
Dr. Hubbard, who wad at one time exe
cutive oliicer of the hospital, was tyran
nical and overbearki?-.
Totlfien to Horrible Tlilniys.
Among the other witnesres examined
were Fountain Ragland and Edward
Simmons, two colored men of the Third
Alabama: H. C. Lemke, a quarter
master sergeant of the Fourth Wis
consin: representative Colson, colonel
of the Fourth Kentucky, and Lieuten
ant Colonel Cabell, of the Second Ar
kansas. Colonel Cabell taid In reply
to questions put by Dr. Connor that he
had observed a condition of affairs at
the hospital of the second division of
the third army corps in June which he
considered horrible. He had himself
seen one sick man lying without the
protection of even a tent fly. and he had
been informed by other officers that
pevera! others had been left In the same
way. He thought the doctors were
honest enough, but that they did not
know how to get supp'.ies. llu!e drivers
had been used for nurses, and he had
been reliably informed that many of
them were in the habit cf getting
drunk, and or, such occasions neglecting
their patients. Colonel Cabe'.l is a lieu
tenant in the regular army.
GBECLY'S MAX FOOD CERVtKA.
Signal Sen Ice Chief Telia How the Trick
Washington. Oct. C6. The report of
General Creely. chief signal officer, wan
sent to Secretary Alger yesterday. The
mcst interesting portion is the one in
! T .a T
Tbe CoHee Ptrt of CoEee is In Our
T. & T. Blended Brand
Protected frrim dust atd dirt Coasted
but Cnsroucd. We send oar came with it.
For Sale by All ls-to-Xao Dealers.
TflOilSON & TAYLOR SPICE CO,
which he details how neither Sampson
nor Schley knew v. herif ervera was un
til the signal service S3 .d them. - Gen
oral Gret-!y says that "in the interest of
history, let alone justice to the signal
corps cf the army, the truth should be
told. The location of Cervera's squad
ron at Santiago was first made by Col
onel James Allen and later verified in
cTepc-ndently by Lieutenant Colonel Jo
seph E. Maxfield. both officers of the
signal corps. The blockading of
Cervera's squadron was due to the con
secutive action of the president and
secretary of the navy based on reports
and representations made personally to
them by the chief signal officer of. the
'"Secretary Long, alive to the situa
tion, in an official dispatch says: 'All
military ar.d naval movements depend
upon that point (the presence of Cer
vera in Santiago harbor). On Slay 19
Admiral Cervera entered the harbor of
Santiago with his squadron. That very
day Colonel Allen telegrahped in cipher
t the chief signal officer: "Five Spanish
vessels arrived at Santiago de Cuba.
Have notified admiral comanding
(Sampson). The Spanish flagship ar
rived Santiago de Cuba. The admiral
(Cervera) hastily wired Madrid.
-On the following morning he added
the following information: "Pelayo and
four crusiers in Santiago. No destroyer
or torpedo boats arrived there." This
information was communicated imme
diately to the president, and by his
ordfrs to the secretary of the navy,
who, being impressed by the assurance
of the chiejj signal officer of the army
cs to the cr.tire reliability of the re
port, proved himself equal to the emer
gency, and on that very day gave such
prompt and effective orders as resulted
in the blockade of Santiago and the ul
timate destruction of Cervera's fleet."
The report adds: "A cipher message
of the 2.1rd stated correctly that Ad
miral Schley V.as that day at Cien
fuegos. and Cervera was at Santiaga.
Meanwhile th navy had been unable
to verify the fact of Cervera's presence
at Santiaga, and at a result the cor
rectness of the information furnished
by the signal corps, was sharply ques
tlllAX ASSEMIiLY IN SESSION.
zpecls That I nele Sam Will Evacuate
the Island After Spain (ioes.
Santiago de Cuba, Oct. "G. The first
session of the Cuban assembly was held
Monday at Santa Cruz del Sur. A ma
jority of the delegates are military dele
gates, each of t.ie six army corps being
represented by eight. The sensation of
the assembly was the appearance of
General Calixto Garcia 8s one of tho
delegates from the Fifth army corps, n
fact which practically renders him su
preme at the assembly's sessions.
The principal question for considera
tion will be that of disbanding the army.
It i3 thought the assembly will oppose
disbanding until in the words of one of
the mll'tarj- deUgates "someassurance
is- received from President McKinley
that he intends to observe the resolu
tions cf the United States congress re
garding the absolute freedom cf Cuba."
The assembly intends to show the
world that it considers the Americana
merely temporary visitors who will
evacuate the inland after the Spaniards.
Brief Summitry of the Work Accomplished
Daring the Session.
Washington, Oct. 2G. After a session
of three weeks the Kpiscopal triennial
council of 1S93 came to an end last
night. Probably never before at one
convention has the council transacted
more business than at thi3 meeting, or
so much of vital importance to the
church. The work accomplished in
cluded a complete revision of the con
stitution with many important amend
ments; also the adoption of a number
of amendments to tho canons. The
new constitution will have to be rati
fied by tho next succeeding convention
three years hence, before it becomes
A matter which has received the
earnest attention of the council has
been the question of church unity, upon
which an amendment to the constitu
tion was adopted. A new diocese in
Indiana has been created find six mis
sionary bisheps elected. The failure of
the new proposed canon on marriage
ar.d divorce caused considerable sur
prise, but this has been left to a com
mittee of thirteen members to prepare
a report to be made public nine months
before the next convention.
Arbitration in Politics.
Earaboo, Wis.. Oct. 26. The Turner-
Cwnger dispute for the Republican nom
ination for state senator in the Twenty
Frventh district Is now in a fair way of
settlement. The contestants, on the In
itiative of Turner, have agreed to sub
mit to arbitration. Accordingly a com
mittee of ten, live each from Columbia
ar.d Sank counties, will meet later in
the week to consider .the merits of the
dispute. In all likelihood an entriely
new candidate will be chost-n.
Dead Nagroca Number Fourteen.
Meridian, Miss., Oct. 26. Further In
formation reaching here from Forest,
Miss., eays that fourteen is the number
of negroes killed in the Harpersvil'e
race riot up to last night. The bodies
of three more "victims were found in
he woods yesterday. The negroes who
fled to the swamps have all made good
their escape, and the race conflict is
now at an end.
Sentenced to Prison for Life.
Ashland, Wis.. Oct. 26. Judge O'Xeill
yesterday sentenced John O'DonnHI,
Jr.. to life imprisonment for murdering
his wife by administering strychnine.
The prisoner still maintains that he is
Lnglnerrs I nion in Session.
Pittsburg. Oct. 2S. The -board of ad
justment of the Brotherhood of Loco
motive Kngineers is here. Sixty mem
bers from all part of the country are
in attendance. The proceedings are
Illlnolit Knight Templars.
Chicago, Oct. 25. The Knight Templar
grand commandery cf Illinois is hold
ing Its regular two days' session here.
The following grand officers have been
elected: Commander. George Curtiss,
Peoria; recorder. Gil W. Barnard. Chi
cago. . Promotion for a Life-Saver.
Washington, Oct. 16. Charlee Morton.
keeper of. the Hwiland, .Mich., life-saving
station, haa been appointed super
intendent of the Eleventh life-saving
district. In -u-hich is comrrised all of
S'lJSSELL SAYS IT IS POLITICS.
Governor of Norih Carolina's Explanation
of the trace War.
Raleigh. N C..Oct.2G. Governor Dan
iel L. JRussell yesterday issued a proc
lamation dealing with the situation in
this state. Governor Russell declares in
his proclamation "that the political can
vass now going forward has been made
the decasion ar.d pretext for bringing
about conditions of lawlessness in cer
tain counties in this state, such for
example as Richmond and Robeson
The proclamation also cites that "cer
tain counties lying along the eouthern
border of this state have been actually
invaded by certain armed ar.d lawless
men from anr.ther state." and that po
litical meetings have been broken up
and threats and intimidation used to
prevent the registration of voters: that
citizens have been fired on from ambush,
and others whipped.
Chicago Grain and Produce.
Chicago. Oct. 23.
Following were the quctatio'ns on the
Board of Trad.? today:
7.E0 T.f.3 T.ST'-i
. 9.13 9.15 9.10 9.12'j,
4.S2'i .tVj 4.92'A 4.93
5.02V. 5.C5 4.97-2 5.C2Vi
Hutter Kxtra creamer
ies. ClT"2e per tT: extra dairies, ISSj)
l'.ic: fresh packing stock. llViTflSe Fggs
Fresh stock. 15Lc per dcz. .Live Poul
trv Turkeys. 7J-9c per lb: chickens, 70
Sc"; ducks. CST7c: gtee. $4.CCfi6.O0 per
dcz. Potatoes Early Obios. 2j(5i"2l'e per
bu. Sweet Potatoes Jescys, $1.75
2.10 per bbl. Apples Common to fan
cy. $1.5C&3.C0 per bbl. Cranberries
Wisconsin Bell and Bugle, J6.50S6.75 per
Chicago Live Slock.
Chicago, Oct. 25.
Hogs Estimated receipts for the day,
26.UC0; sales ranged at $2.60(75 ::.0 fcr
pies. $3.40i:l.S0 for light. ?:J..3CS 3.45 for
rough packing. f3.4ti2.S!21,-j for mixed,
and $2.50 ::.80 for heavy racking ar.d
shipping lots. Jattle Estimated re
ceipts for the y. 6.500: quotations
ranged at $.Y4Ci'5.80 choice to extra
steers. $4.S3(o 5.40 god to c hoice do., $'.60
(Tij.20 for fair to good, f l.lOfff 4.75 com
mon to medium do.. f4.C0'fi4.4a butchers'
steers, $4.00fi 5 "0 fed western steers,
J2.SOft4.00 t;toccer. $4. COS 4.50 feeders.
$2.0011.10 cows. $2.6.r? 1.70 heifers, J2.C0
f4.23 bulls, oxen and stags. $3.00 4.C0
Texas steers. $3. COS 1.00 glass western
steers. S2.75ff4.20 western cows an
heifers, and J4.C05i7.25 veal calves'
Sheep and Iambs Estimated receipts
for the da'v. 19,Ct0: quotations ranged at
J2.C0ff4.65 westerns. J3.C05j4.70 natives,
and $1.CCC?6.15 larr.bs.
Milwaukee. Oct. 2".
Wheat Lower: Xo. 1 northern. 70c;
No. 2 northern. 6Sic Oats irm; 2ti,t
((27c. Rye Fir.n; No. 1, filc. Ear
leT Firm; No, 2, 4ti'.c; sample, 37
Pound a Counterfeiter' Outfit.
Prairie du Ohein. Wis., Oct.'StJ. While
Fred Ahrens and Fred Choncit vere
hunting four miles north of this point
they discovered a counterfeit outfit in
a shanty with a cigar box full of clev
erly made nickels. The counterfeiters
have been successfully operating in thin
vicinily for several months and are still
Michigan Klondike Party Itet::rns.
Vancouver, B. C, Oct. 2G. The Gar
den party, of Fresno, and the Whito
party, of Michigan, representing fifty
people, have returned over the Edmon
ton trail from the Peace river country,
after traveling through 1.SC0 miles of
rough country and undergoing many
hardships they returned empty-handed.
Schooner Wrerkcd Near Milwaukee.
Milwaukee, Oct. 2C The schooner
Barbarian, of liark River, Mich., with
a cargo of hemfrtk ties for Chicago,
ran on South point near Milwaukee anl
will probably be dashed to pieces before
she can be hauled oft". Her crew of
five was rescued by the tug W. H.
"I tmdersfand that was rather a
mixed crowd that attended your beneSt
ball, Itastus. '
"Yassir, dey mixed once or twice.
but wo got 'em st atteratcd bofo' anyona
had time to call fe!: de wagon. " Cin
A Grateful Gush.
Sandy ilcQairk (to porter, who has
been about ten minutes lookiug after
his luggage) Mon, 1 con-soo-tler ye've
been verra obleegin. Wull ye tali" a
peench o' snuff?" London Tit-Bits.
Your doctor knows all about
foods and medicines.
The next time you see him,
i just ask him what he thinks
of Cod-Liver Oil with Hypo-
phoephitea. Wo are willing
to trust in bia answer.
' For twerlty-ave years doc
tors have prescribed our
Emulsion for paleness, weak
ness, nervous exhaustion, and
for all diseases that cause
loss in nesn.
r its creamy color and its
piuasauii umimj maia it es
pecially useful for thin and
No other preparation of cod
liver oil is like it. Don't lose
time and risk your nealth by 1
tah-ing- some tutu tr unicnown
and untried. Keep in mind
that SCOTTS EMULSION
has stood tne test ior a
quarter of a century.
50c ar.d Ji-oo; all crcgKtj.
SCOTT Sc BOWSE, Chemists, New York.
Any way yoa look ot it, TheShcrwln-WtlDBnis paint standi.
White toad paint covers wull, but It chalks uud rubs off. ZiDO
paint spreads well, but it cracUa aud ieels olT. Iscilber one
alone hiakes a durable p:iiut- The Blierwiu-Wllliuuiii Paint
cotnbluea the best tiuudtiea of both with the blghebt fcklll. It
contalua the best lead iu the be: t propurlion, tho best slue iu
tho best proportion, s::U tbo bist oil tuid drier und color, all iu
the best proportions. From every point of view it etauds com
parison with lead pa.'utor ziuc paint, ltbtundj when exposed
to the weather ana hard wear. It etuuus alone every rati fully :
guaranteed, and behlud the euaraulue all Uie resources and tho
reputation of tho Company.
The Sherwin -
Is specially prepared tor every kind cf painting. Cvt tbo rigfct kind fcr
your work. t;o by tlieUttl. A r-ructiuil book on painting free.
THE SHEHWN -WILLIAMS CO., Paint Color makkrs.
Stewart Ave., Cnicago : also ClovclanU, Ketv York iu.d Koatreal.
C. SPELDEL IS A(JENT
CHAS, E. HODGSON . .
Fire Insurance Agency,
Traders Ins. Co., - - Chicago, 111.
Union Ins. Co. - Philadelphia, Pa.
Kockford Ins. Co. - - liockford, 111
Security Ins, Co. - New Haven, Conn.
State Ina. Co. - - - Kockford, 111.
Oraoe, Room S, Bu ford block. Rates
as low as consistent with security.
J. AL Buford,
The old Fire and
Losses Promptly Paid.
-Eaten as low as any
can afford. Your
patronage Is solic
ited. FIRE, LIGHTNING . . .
Protect ycur homes
by Insuring in Re
nies. Call on or addren
C. R. Chamberlin,
Room 4 '
Mitchell & I.yn(ie EiOCk.
Represents the following well
fcnt wn Pure and Acctient Insar
nteCcnrparJoe: - -
Rochester German Ins Co.
Westchester Fire ,
Huffalo German "
Keiiaace " ,
German Fire "
New Hampshire ,
Milwaukee Mechanics " ,
Fidelity and Casualty " .
Rochester. N Y
Buffalo. N Y
...Manchester, ' H
Office corner Eighteenth street and
Second avtmce, seoond floor.
- J s.'R.
White Seal saloon
XZ15 Sccoad Avesse.
-Ji- -f yt - JmWHi
: :--.-r -z? .','...r .r-w X 1
FOll SOUTH WEST POINTS.
We Arc Busy
All the Time
Now is the lime to liare your
walls freshened with brijjht,
clean uer, so tliat it will
be a pleasure to receive your
friends tbis fall when "they
come to see you. Scarcely
any annoyance ami so quickly
ADAMS WALL PAPER CO..
810, 312, 814 TWENTIETH ST.
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
CHICAGO. ROCK ISLAND ft PACIFIC RAIL
way Tickets can b purciiased or bai'aga
chocked at it I A P Twentieth airoet dewH, ot
C R Id P depot, comer Fifth nvenne and Thirty,
first street, Frank H Plummor, AkvcU
Dcrver Llmitel AOmah....
Ft Worth. Drnyer A K C...
Omai ontl Dm .Votncs
tChnsht A MiiineaHiiH
(m:tb-i .t Dvs Moiuos Ex ....
li-nvor, i Ir.roln & Omaha...
tf'hlrniro l)n Moinm
Kork Itniui liurcuu Ac...
8t PaolJt. M'.unc-aiolg
Denver, Kt Worth Ii C...
IKnnKax City & ht J'-Keph...
J Hock Isianil A Wnphiufclnn.
Chlcspo &, I)e Moin
Rcok Ilin'l A Hroohlyn Ac,
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T :iz am
t o : t, mm
a !'-T, DfB
t :ari Jon
t :r-') am
t 7:ffr in.
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Arrival, tnrpartnre. tDallv, azcopt Sunday.
All others daily. Telephone 109a.
T"nHLIMOTON ROT7TB C
I) way Depot First arenas and Slztaanlli
treet, m l xouncr, Ag-enw.
flt. rU, Hpringfleld. Peoria,
Bar. Qair. via Monoioatb
Chicago, eterllnK, Clinton A
Poorla, Bfa'datown. Bar-
llnton, Dnnvcr &Wc....
St. Paal & MinnumiolH ....
(Sterile?, C inton & Dabnqne
fat. L.. K"nfB Ui t. Denver
& Pue. Coat via Urlt'rv
1 1:40 pw
t 9:45 pm til :5S am
7:MJ pm 1:10 am
i. so pm t
7:!Biml :B5 am
Daily. tUally except Honday.
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE A BT PAUU Kail-wny-Kncmo
A aoathwentrn -Diiiloa
Depot TwtnMotb s'rect, hetwran flntand Secon4
aveuuee. L U Qrcer, Agent.
TRA1N3 nm AKUiva
Mail an 1 KxpreiB 7:30 am flrH
et Panl Bxprcsa 4:00 pn) littwan.
rreightanrt Accommodation fl:(x) an 0 X) aa
Daily except Hnniiay.
T OCK IHI.AND A FKOR'A RAILWAY
V Duix.t r'ir't Avenao and Twentieth iireeU
R Stoekhoane, Gun'l Tk't A;onU
TRAINS. Latb Aaarva
BprTcgSola, ClncInuaU, Peo
ria, etc 10:91 pat
Peoria, Bpringfielil, St Lonlt
etc g;05 am 6:40 pm
ArcnmodBtton Kflt Prellit. 10:30 am
Peoria, 8prinfleld. Ciiicia-
imti, etc..... 1.45 pm 11:13 am
Pootia Accom. Freight 7:10 pm mtm
H.irrard Accommoduilon. , . 6:(m 4:00 nm
cable Accomodation :Jim it:Wm
f'ab-e and Krrard Aweom.. S:'VI pti 7 am
Pa?pcrer trains leave C H I A P (Molina
avenue depot five (5)" tnlnht uriler than tlma
iriven. Traius mi.rao'1 aiiy, all other trams
daily axceDt Binday.
Col on a Sand
Sawed building stone,
Ashlar and Trimming
For cheapness, durability and
beauty excelled bj none. This
stone does not wash or color tbe
wall with alkali, eto. Flans scut
us for estimates will receive
careful attention and be returned
promptly at our expense.
Quarries 12 miles from Rook
Island on the C..B.4Q. B. R.
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 ani Photos ol
buildinjrs can be seen at Room
So. 12, Mitohell A Lynde's boild
ARTHUR BU2EALL, Manager
Rock Island cr Colona, 111.