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-THE AEGTTS, SATI7ED AY," OCTOBER 29, 1898.
McCASKRIN & McCASKBIN,
iuteroeys ' Law.
Rock Island and Milan. Bock Island offle
overKrell Miu i store, auiaa. omcv on
H. C. OOBHKIXX. COMMAY
CONNELLY & CONNELLY. ,
Attorneys st Law.
Money loaned. Offlce oyer TbooM' drag;
store, corner of Second arenue ud Seven
JACKSON A HUEST,
Attorneys at Law.
rfflee In Rock Island National Bank Bulld-
WILLIAM L. LUDOLPH,
Attorney at Law. '
Money to loan. General lecal business. No
tary public. I70o Second avenue, Buferd
B. D. BWIIIIT. C I W1IA1S.
SWEENEY St WALKER.
Attorneys and Counsellors at Lav.
Offlce In Bengston Block.
CHARLES J. SEABLE,
Counsellor at law. Offlee In court house.
McENIRY & McENIRY,
Attorneys at Law.
Loan money on good security; make eoUee
ons. Kefereuee. Mitchell A Lynde, bankers.
Offlce, MltcbtU A Lynde building.
F. IL FIRST. M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Phone 4 on 157. Offlce, 828 Twentieth
treeu Offlce bourn: 10 to IS a. m.; 8 to 4 and
to p. m. Sunday, 8:30 to :30 a. m.; 1:30 to
J. A. BALL, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Office 1007 Second arenue. Residence 800
wenty-fourtb street. Telephone 1110. Offlce
ours from 10 to It a. m: 2 to 4 p. m; and 7 to 8
. m, Sundays to 10 a. m.
DR. CORA EMERY REED,
Special attention to diseases of women and
children, also diseases of eye. ear. none und
throat. Ounce bourn 0:30 to 12 a. nx. 1 to 4 p.
m. 3tl Sixteenth street, Rock Island.
J. B. DCHEDABT, M. D . . .
. . . M11S. OADA SI. BCEKHABT. M. D.
DRS. BURKHAKT & BURK1IART,
Office Tremann block. Offlce hours 8 to 12
a. in.. I to 5 and 7 to t p. m. 'I bone No. 4UWJ.
Kock Wand, 1U. Night call answered from
C. T. FOSTER, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Office between Third and Fourth avenues on
Twentieth street. Office hour: ! to II a.m..
2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to V p. m. Might calls from
offlce. lhone 40k I.
DR. S. II. MILLER,
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist.
All diseases of horse and eattle treated oa
approved principle. Surtrical operations per
formed In a scienttfle manner. Dok" treated.
All calls promptly attended to. Kealdence.
two fifth avenue. Telephone I on I:w7. Offlce
and infirmary. 1615-117 Fifth avenue (James
Mauoker a Mab.e). opposite No. 1 tire house.
C. L. SILVIS,
Over Krell A Math's, 1718 Second avenue.
DR. a W. GRAFTON,
Rooms IS and IS. Mitchell Lynde buUdln.
Omee hours from 8 to 1 a. m. and I to 6 p. m.
J. T. TAYLOR.
OfTie.hoiira B to 12 a. m.. 1:30 to 4: p. m.
1W tltfbteenth streak Opposite Union offlee.
Architects and Superintendent
Skinner Block Seeood floor.
FLORIST. v J
HENRY GAETJE, Prop.
Cut Flower and Designs of all Kind.
City store, 1907 Second avenue. Telephone
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In tho Chost? sj
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in tho Joints'? gj
- - Then probably-rherunatiam.
No matter where it is, nor what
" kind ; you need have it no longer.
It may be an hour, a day, or a
year old ; it mart yield to
Immediately after applying; it yon
ieei its souuiui, wmuannBgui
It quieU congestion; draws oat
It is a new plaster.
A new combination of new
remedies. Made after new
methods. Entirely unlike any
The Triumph of Uodern Medical
The Perfected Product of yean cf
Placed over the chest it Is a
powerful aid to AVer's Cherry Pec
toral in the treatment of all throat
and Ian;? affections.
Placed over the stomach, it stops
nausea and vomiting; over the
bowels, it controls cramps and colic
Flaced over the small of the back,
it removes all congestion from the
kidnevs and creatlv strengthen
For sale by all Drugpista.
1 J. C Ajer Co, Lowell, Mass.
Kmate of Marie Stempel. deceased.
The understtroed hnvin been appointed ad
ministrator of the estate of Marie tetempel.
late of the county of Kock Island, state
of lllinoLs, deceased, hereby (rives notice
that he will appear before the county
court of Rock Island county, at the county
court room, in tho city of Kock Island, at the
December term, on the first Monday In De
cember next, at which time all persons having
claims aKain-st said estate are notified and
requested to attend, for the purpose of hav
ing the same adjusted.
All persons indebted to said estate are re
Quested to make Immediate payment to the
Dated this 3d day of October. A. D. 1898.
Frederick W. Sikmpkl, Administrator.
Estate of Jeremiah Le)uatte, deceased.
The undersigned. tcon-iervator und ex-offl-clo
administrator of tJie estaieof Jere
miah 1-e Wuatte. late Of the county of
Kock Island, state of Illinois, deceased,
hereby gives notice that he will appear
before the county court of Rock Island
ecunty. at the county court room, in the city
of ilock Island, at the January term, on the
nrst -Ionuuv in January next, at which time
all persons having claims against said estate
are noticed and requested to attend, for the
purpose of havine the same adjusted.
All persons indebted to said estate are re
quested to mske Immediate payment to the
.Dated this 1Mb day of October, A. D. 1893.
j h H?rKR. Conservator and Ex -officio Ad-
Administratrix's Sale of Real Estate.
By virtue of a decree of sale made and
entered by tbt county -Hurt of the county of
Kock Island and state Illinois, on the
lub dy of October. Ik1, a certain
cause then and there pending ?n said court,
for the wile f the real es:ute here
inafter described, to pay debw. - wberein
tbe undersigned, as administratrix of the es
tate of tlenrv Carsteusen. deceased, was pe
titioner, and Vortbv D.trt Carstensen and tbe
Rock Islind Savings Hank were defendants,
the undersigned will, cn the ll'th day of No
vember. A. i. 1-11. at the hour of 2 o'clock p.
m., at the east iloorof the courtbouse. In the
city of Kock Island, in said county, sell at
public sale, to tbe highest bidder, for cash in
hand, tbe following tract of land with the ap
purtenances, situated in said city, atd de
aerihed as follows. ti-wit:
Tbe north sixty-seven and seven-tenths
(7 7-l" feet of that portion of outlol 47. In lha
southeast quarter of section number thirty
tire tow oship number eighteen l-. north
of rauire nuolnr two (-. west of the fourth
(4tbl principal meridian, in the city and county
of Rock Island and fctaie of Illinois, being
boubded as follows:
Hegi.ming at si Iron stake on the east line of
Nineteenth street- in tbe city of Kock Island,
one hundred and ninety seven and four-tenths
(If? 4-l0 feet' south of tbe Indian boundary
line. runninr thence easterly parallel with said
Indiai. boundary line two bunared and eighty
two n.' tbree-tenths latiS-itt) feet to tbe west
line of the aliey: tbence north along said west
,'ne ixty-cven snd.reven-tentbs (7 t-l' feet,
thence westerly parallel with the Indian boun
dai w line twobantired and eight y-t wo and f ou---tentks
4-10) feet to tbe east line of said
Nineteenth Mrcet. tbence south ixty-seven
and seven-temhs 67 ;-l) feet to the tltce of
Ttgetber with all tbe estate, title and Inter
est therein, whereof sa!d Henry Carstensen.
decvased. died seized in fese. and all tbe es
tate, title sad interest therein of petitioner
aod saiJ defendants, and each of them.
Bock Island. Illinois. October If. 18.
x GRACE E. CARSTENSEN.
Administratrix of the estate of .Henry Caraten
)iOTT'S ' PENNYROYAL PILLS
tta rtt t tnd omtemtammjncrvsm inr
fAMa. bavnlsJa "pains f memvtrs?
fjoa." IImt evr Life tjftvr"
to prrj at woman booO. aaiiD
eloptBtent of onrAtaA anrl wfly-
known ivmnSy for worms o.qsUs1
tbm, Cfts.no. so brfw life -ron
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X0TX CHSIC1CU ,uw,x
Sold by M. F. Bahn-sen. druyUt-
. U U A SCKE RELtEF TO WOMAN for
all troubles peculiar to bet act Send by
mall or from our Agent. SI.OO per box.
WILLIAMS KFG. CO, Props, CLtYILAJID, CH10.
i7f.r salTby M. K. Bahasen, druayfat i iCZJ j
Closes the Peace Festival at the
Quaker City in Great --&a
03TLY TWETTY THOUSAHD HJ HUE,
Bnt tae Body Is Three ud a Half Hours
GtUng By tne Reviewing Stand Col
tmsj Embellisbed with Floats That Are
Artistic. Commercial, Emotional and
Humorous Reded i cation of tbe Olu
ladependene Halt - (
Philadelphia, Oct. 29. The great peace
Jubilite was brought to a glorious con
elusion yesterday.. Beginning with last
Sunday's church services and including
the naval and military demonstrations
of Tuesday and Thursday, and yester
day's . monster civic celebration the
demonstration has been an unparelleled
success throughout. The magnificent
Illumination of the city continued last
night and the streets were jammed with
people. Although President McKinley
and others of the Washington party
returned to the capital Thursday night
interest was not less eager in yester
day's programme, which was not marre J
by a single unfavorable circumstance,
The day opened with the rededication
of Independence halL The buildings
which had from time to time since 1776
been added for uses as offices of themu
niclpal authorities have all been re
cently removed and the famous hall is
now in its original form, as It was 122
years ago, when occupied by the United
States1 congress and the national gov
ernment officials'. The rededication was
participated in by 3.000 public school
pupils and there were patriotic music
Was a Show of Color and Glitter.
Governor Hastings, Mayor Warwick
and the other officials reviewed the pa
rade from the same stand in the court
of honor which the president occupied
Thursday. The head of the line reached
that point at 1 p. m. and for three hours
and a half thereafter Broad street
looked like a stage upon which is per
forming a great spectacular extrava
ganza. It was essentially a show of
color and glitter, with nothing of the
somber pomp of war. The feature of
the events of Tuesday and Thursday
was popular exaltation of the nation's
defenders and tribute to their valor.
Yesterday's parade was a picturesque
and comprehensive exhibition of the in
dustries and arts to which the nation,
having laid down its arms has returned.
Many Handsome Floats In Line.
More than 20.0C0 men were in the line.
the beauty of which was enhanced by
many interesting floats. Especially
handsome were those illustrative of art
The float of the School of Design for
Women dealt with the renaissance, the
subject being "Peace Kecelving the
Homage of Industries." The other art
schools were represented by floats typi
fying class art and the mechanical
trades. Among the subjects were paint
ing, sculpture, architecture and poetry,
and many of the students, costumed ac
cording to the respective periods, were
In line. There were also a weaver at
his loom, a potter molding his clay, a
printer at his press, with many other
symbolic figures. The commercial mu
scums had floats descriptive of Hawaii,
the Philippines, Porto lileo and Cuba,
Four natives in costume were on the
Hawaiian float, which also carried bags
of sugar, coffee and other products. The
same idea was pursued on the other
floats representing our newly acquired
BIRTH OF THE AMERICAN FLAG.
Represented on sv Float Also One for
One of the most striking floats was
that representing the interior of the old
Ross House, with Betsy Ross exhibiting
to Washington and Hancock the first
American flag ever made. It was called
"The Birth of the American Flag." One
of the most elaborate displays was that
stlyed "Our Reunited Country." It
showed a group of American soldiers.
among whom stood with clasped hands
a Confederate and a Union soldier.
"After many years," was the title of a
float representing John Bull and Uncle
Sam clasping hands across the bows
of their respective cruisers. "A trifle-
embarrassed" showed Uncle Sam and
Miss Columbia staxding at the threshold
of the "United States Foundling Asy
lum." at their feet a group of dusky
children representing Hawaii, the
Philippines, Cuba and Port Rico clam
oring for recognition..
Other floats showed Hobson's raft.
Dewey at Manila, the Red Cross minis
terlng to wounded soldiers, the heroes
of the war, and Liberty the latter rep
resented by Columbia and the thirteen
original states. The evolution of the
army and navy was Illustrated by bodies
of marchlngmen dressed Inthecostumes
of the different periods of American
history from 1776 to 1S61. Three hun
dred employes of the custom house and
1.000 of the postofnee marched near the
head of the line, and after them came
the large delegations of secret and bene
ficial orders. Tbe Knights of the Golden
Kagle turned out 2.500 men and a half
dozen floats typical of the order.
The Patriotic Sons of America had
1,800 men and several floats; the Junior
Order of United American Mechanics
had 5,000 men; the Ancient Order of
Hibernians S.OOO.amt ifianr other : sa
tieties of -various': haracter were largely
represented- German, Italian, SlavofSR
and colored -orgacizauons bad places In
the paraCe and even the Chinese so
cieties turned out 200 men who made a
fine appearance and" gained much (ap
plause. The fire companies marched
with their ancient and modern ma
chines. The ba'-ante of the line was
mAde up of trades displays. The butch'
era. the barbers, the cigarmakers, the
bakers, and almost every other line of
trade were represented by large bodies
of men and many descriptive floats.
Generals Miles and Shaffer were at
the Bellevue during the early part of
the parade, but saw none of it in public.
One of the event of the day a re
ception abcard the new Japanese cruiser
Kasagt by Captain Kashi wabara and
the officers of the ship. The function
war. In the nature of a farewell, as the
Kasagt. whicn recently went lnto COBli
mission, will shortly. tjj t?T EjPSiPl to
rtcelre ter sns. r'T?Lit"; ;
GLASS WORKS TO RESUME.
Dispute Over Wages Won by the. Cutters
Pittsburg. Oct. 29. After several
months of parlaying- the scale commit
tees of the American Glass company
and the representatives of the Cutters'
and Flatteners' came to an agreement
last night. The manufacturers conclud
ed to pay the wages asked by the two
grades in question with the understand
ing that work is to be resumed Thurs
day morning. On this day the first glass
will be blown provided that there are
sufficient blowers and gatherers to give
the cutters and flatteners work.
' The starting will be an experiment. It
Is understood that the break will first
be made in factories where the blowers
and gatherers are not in synjpathy with
Simon Burns, the president of the. or
ganization. President Burns, it is said,
has issued an order to L. A. 300 which
may prevent some members from going
to work, but the ofrlcIaa of the com
bination say they have assurances from
a sufficient number of the various
trades that work will be resumed and
continued until the season Is exhausted.
The latest place the German kaiser
was heard of was at Jaffa, Palestine,
Richard V. Burt has been appointed
surveyor of customs for the port cf
The American Society cf Municipal
Improvements has closed its anual con
vention at Washington.
The German government has prohib
ited the useof postal cards bearing views
of German fortifications.
Silas Packard, the educator and
founder of Packard's Business "college,
died at his home In New York, aged 72
The failure Is announced of H. S.
Nicholls. the well-known London pub
lisher of rare and curious works; lia
The president has ordered the honor.
able discharge from the volunteer army
of James G. Blaine, son of the late sec
retary of state. - -
At Rockford, Ills., the Jury-In the
case of Amil T. and Adward Johnson,
charged with highway robber, returned
a verdict of not guilty.
W. M. Leonard, only sen of Dr. E.
Leonard, or Birmingham, Ala., was
dashed to pieces by the fly wheel of an
engine at Granger. .Tec
1 " JParrUh Claims an Alibi.
Sycamore, Ills., Oct. 29. George R.
Parrish, the clergyman accused of for
gery, was brought into court to answer
aa indictment brought against him by
the grand Jury and pleaded not guilty.
He asked for a continuance that he
might' have Charles K. Ladd, of Ke
wanee, ' to represent him, which was
granted. His case will be pushed that
It may he heard this term of court. He
Is confident he can prove an alibi.
Boiler Expfoidou Kills Two Men.
Houghton, Mich., Oct. 2D. Boiler No.
8, of the Calumet and Hecla stamping
mill, exploded yesterday, instantly kill
ing John Gillies and Joseph Boiere, em
ployes of the mill, and William Nellon,
of Bruce Mines, Ont., a friend who was
visiting Gillies. Daniel La Frencer was
fatally injured. ' '
Third Illinois Coining Home.
New York. Oct. 29. The government
has awarded the contract for transport
ing the Third Illinois from here to
Springfield, Ills., to the Erie railway.
The Illinois regiment is on its way here
from Porto Rico on the transport Ches
Three Persona Burned to Death.
Sherman, Tex., Oct. 2D. In a fire at
Corsicana yesterday William Johnson
and two children were burned to death.
Campos Goes to Paris.
Madrid, Oct. 29. Marshall Martinez
Campos, after an audience with the
queen regent ail1 a prolonged confer
ence with th& minister of finance, Senor
Puigcerver.left last night for Paris with
Important papers for the Spanish peace
Third Illinois Muster-Ont.
Springfield, Ills., Oct. 29. The Third
Illinois volunteer Infantry will be mus
tered out here next week. Captain R.
P. Walnwrlght, the mustering officer,
has arrived to prepare for the work.
The Sixth Illinois will be mustered out
Prlee of Wire Advanced.
Cleveland. O., Oct. 29. The manufac
turers of galvanized wire have Increased
the price on their product SI per ton.
Fascinating Mary Stuart.
It would sccrn indeed as if years only
added to tbe charm of certain remarka
ble women. Mary Stuart was 47 at the
time 6ho waa beheaded, yet she- used
her irresistible powers of fascination
through all her imprisonments and up
to the very last act of tho tragedy.
Fronde, it is true, insists on certain nn-
romantio details, snch as tho wearing
of a wig by the queen on the day of ex
ecution, but what are wigs when
weighed in the balance with immortal
fascination? It waa true that Mary waa
no special favorite with her own eex,
nor does ehe nowadays inspire any dis
interested enthusiasm among women.
Jfo; Mary Stuart waa "a man's wom
an" both during her life and ever since
her death. The army of her masculine
admirers is legion, and the books that
they have written in her cause form a
literature in themselves. Tho queen of
Soot died younjr and fascinating at, i 7,
and she wnl always reroaia tao type of
eternally Irresistible womanhood. Ex
change. " f
. Be Found the Firebug. ' ,
An Australian former who was re-
cently'burned out on a large scale, be
ing certain that his grass had been felo
niously ignited, offered 25 reward for
the disoovery of the perpetrator and
employed trackers at great expense.
After a cursory examination they decid
ed that a woman had made the tracks.
and when they had unearthed tbe shoe
that made them it was found to belong
to the farmer's 1 7-year-old daughter.
who, when questioned, admitted that
she bad started the fire "because she
loved to gee tbe people excited and the
water carts hurrying about " The farm
er is now called upon to pay the 25 re
ward and another 25 expenses in con
nection with the trackers.
HERE'S AN ISSUE OF VERACIXS
Between Indian Commissioner Jones and
Washicgion, Oct. 29. Indian Commis
sioner Jones states that he did not refer
directly, as quoted, to United States
Marshal O'Connor in charging corrup
tion and oppression by United States
officials as the chief cause of the recent
Indian outbreak in Minnesota. In an
swer to a protest from Marshal O'Con
nor he sent the following telegram:
"Associated Press dispatches mentioned
by you in message of today are correct,
but interview, as sent out from here,
said deputy marshals, not marshal."
Commissioner Jones refused to discuss
the matter, declining to be drawn into
a newspaper ccntroversy.
St. Paul, Oct. 29. In an Interview
United States Marshal O'Connor said:
"The statements made by Commission
er Jones relative to my deputies are ab
solutely false and untrue, and Commis
sioner Jones' has either been egregiously
imposed upon or has maliciously made
statements which he knew to be false.
I have referred the whole matter to the
attorney general, and have requested
a full Investigation of the charges made
by Mr. Jones."
DOTY WE3JT TO THE B0TT02L
Carried Nearly' Twenty Men with Her
AVlieu She Went Bown.
Chicago," Oct. 2D. The magnificent
fteamer L. R. Doty is lost. Her crew
of eighteen or nineteen perished, be
yond reasonable doubt. In Tuesday's,
Besides those who were named yester
day it is more than probable also that
Watchman Charles Barrie and Wheel
men Peter C. Peterson and Albert Nel
son were on the boat, as they have
sailed with Captain Smith for a long
Tho following show on the trip sheet,
Oct. 8, as being aboard the boat at that
time, but of course changes may have
been made: George Watklns, oiler; W.
J. Scott, second cook; James F4tzsim
mons. fireman; J. A. Howe, fireman;
F. Parmuth, C. Curtis. William Ebert.
T. Trainer. Patrick Ryan, and Frank
Burke, deck hands.
In a railway accident to a trcop train
mar Camp Meade Floyd Stewart, com
pany O, Ninth Ohio, colored, had his leg
smashed and it will have to be ampu
tated. Vice President Ilobart had a narrow
escape from death at Philadelphia. The
horses attached to his carriage ran
away, but. were finally stopped by a
The chief justice of Canada, to whose
arbitration was submitted the claim of
Victor H. McCord against the govern
ment of Peru for damages sustained by
reason of imprisonment during one of
the revolutionary cutbreaks there, has
awarded McCord J40.000.
THE MARKETS. ;
Chicago Grain and Produce.
Chicago, Oct. 28.
Following were the ouotations on the
Board of Trade today:
Wheat Open. High,
December ...$ .664 $ .6
C7 .67 .66 .674
.321.4 .32 .32 .22
344 .2414 .34 .34,
... .23 .23 .23U .23
.24 V4 -244 .24tt .24
... 7.821A 7.77a 7.80
9.00 9.02V4 8.95 8.97i
... 4.S5 4.S5 4.80 4.S214
.... 4.90 4.924 4.K7VS 4.90
Produce: Butter Extra creamer
ies, 2122c per lb; extra dairies, ISO
19c; fresh packing stock, ll12c. Eggs
Fresh stock, 13Ac per doz. Live Poul
try Turkeys. 7(g9c per lb; chickens, 7
8c; ducks, 67c; geese, J4.00S?6.O0 per
doz. Potatoes Early Ohlos, 2532c per
bu. Sweet Potatoes Jerseys, 11.750
2.10 per bbl. Apples Common to fan
cy, $1.50B3.CO per bbl. Cranberries.
Wisconsin Bell and Bugle, ?6.E0aC7i per
Chicago JLlve Stock.
Chicago, Oct. 2S.
Hogg Estimated receipts for the day.
29.000; sales ranged at $2.20Si3.60 for
pigs, $X30rg,3.,0 for light, 3.25tt!3.40 for
rough packing, S3.353.75 for mixed, and
$3.406 3.75 for heavy packing and ship
ping lots. Cattle Estimated receipts,
for the day, 4.0C0; quotations ranged, at
t5.3C(fi5.60 choice to extra steers, 44. 83
I5.30 good to choice do., $4.606 5.20 'for
fair to good. $4.104.75 common to medi
um do., 1-4.00 4.45 butchers' steers. $4. CO
(Sa.30 fed western steers. J2.90Q4.00
stockers. $4. 00(34.50 heifers, J2.60(?e4.25
bulls, oxen and stags, $3.0Q4.00 Tex
as steers, J3.6C4.60 grass western
steers, t2.i5w4.20 western cows and heif
ers, and $4.CO7.25 veal calves. Sheep
and Lambs Estimated receipts for th
day. 15.000: quotation j anged at $3 CO
S4.fi.1 westerns, $3,004,70 natives, and
$4.O0S?6.13 lambs. . n
Milwaukee Craln. '
Wheat Lower; No. 1 northern. 68c;
No. 2 northern. 66c. Oata Steady
z5V4C?26c. Rye Firm; No. 1, 61c. Bar
leySteady; No. 2, 47c; sample. 6
Hay-Timothv. 17(2.17.50; wild,
Straw AHtoh. -
Potatoes New. ss.
gutter Fair to choice, I7c; fresh creamcry:
Eirir 1 5c
ChickeoN Spring;. 7c per pound.
Ducks 80 per pound.
DTurkeyH-Alire, fee perpouud.
Coal Soft. 10c.
4iV,-;,eButcner" Py tor corn fed steers,
HoksTmI neuer' calves. 4c
For Rats, Mice, Roaches.
iT'S A KILLER.
After satins;, all vermis seek water sad t opes, ate.
Hence thjM killer is the most cleanly on earth.
Far Sale by an Draggists. Price. 15 Cent.
KEYTON KiSUFiCTUSIRG ft CEEYICAI CO,
98 WUBan Strat. New Yarfc. .
i Dr. William Indian Pile
kOintmeot wr "Vre Blind
'Bieedinir an. It-, ,n.
iPUes. It absorb ih
I I allays the itching at once, acts
II .aSas a poultice, irives Instant ro
ll lief. Dr. Williams' Indian Pile OiDt
ment Isnreoared for Piimuui it-H.
In? of the private parts. Every box is
warranted. Br drncriiu t m.l m.
eelpt of pri-. iVO cents and (l.Oo. kviLlUMS
MANUFACTURING CO.. rop.. ClevelaiA, cilo!
Sold by M. F. Bahnsen, druggist.
V PERFECT FOODM3 Wbolesoma mn it is Delicious." X
K walter' bakerIsTcOs's j
1 Iff BREAKFAST COCQAf
fa H V V A Has stood the test of more than too yeers' use atnonz all J V
f a . . Vt S -a classes, and for purity and honest worth is unequalled." f
hi -V Costs less than ONE CENT a Cup. y
C Mil F' I'm' '- " Trade-Mark on Evry Package. g(
SCs-4sP WALTER BAKER & CO. LTD., H
S tsAoc-iAHt. Established 1 780. DORCHESTER, MASS.
"Jen ness Milter''
Hygienic Shoes for Women,
UIEARING. tight Ul-Cttinr Shoes
"V- means reaping;, a big crop of
corus and bunions. - Only one way to
cure. them, lieiaove . the cause" lv
.These Shoes are finely made from our
own specially tanned "VELVETTA"
kid and are constructed on strictly
scientific principles to conform to the
natural foot. They fit the feet as na
ture intended. We . show them in
"turns" and "welts'" in button and
lace, wide toe for narrow "dress" toe.
We are sole agents for the "JEN
NESS MILLER" SHOES for this city.
No other dealer has them, or their
Sole Agent for "Jenness Miller" Shoes. .
Central Shoe Store, 1712 Second Avenue.
CHAS, E. HODGSON .
Fire Insurance Agency,
Traders Ins. Co., - - Chicago, Til.
Union Ins. Co. - Philadelphia, Pa.
Rockford Ins. Co. - - Rockford, 111
Security Ins, Co. - New Haven, Comn.
State Ins. Co. ... Rockford, 111.
Offlce. Room 3. Buford block. Rates
as low aa consistent with security.
J. M. Buford,
The old Fire and
Losses Promptly Paid.
-Rates as low aa
patronage la solic
ited. FIRE, LIGHTNING . . .
Protect your homes
by Insuring in Re
Call oa or address
C. R. Chamherlin
Mitchell Lynde Block.
Bepreeents tbe '
known Kire and
Aocideot Inaor- .
Reatter German In Co.,
Wctvut ester tire , ..
Buffalo German " . .
.Rochewoer-. N T
Buffalo N Y
New Hampshire ....Manchester. N H
Milwaukee Mecna-ilea Milwaukee. Wis
Fidelity and CaauJty New "Jot
Office corner Bgnteeotn street sooT
Second arrdne, aeoaod tkxK,
White Seal saloon
xExsSecoid Arcane. '
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
13CAQO, ROOK ISLAND te PACIFIC RAIte
, warTickets can be Dnrehased or baCiK8
ec. ted at Blaf Twentieth street depot, ot
C R A F depot, corner Fifth arenae ana
Urst met, if rasa a nunmw, akvui.
Deliver' 'ntted A Omaha....
Ft w Denrer K C...
Oib 4id Des Moines
Omaha A Des Moines Kz ....
fOmaba I X
Denver. Lincoln A Omaha...
Chicago A Des Holnes
Rock Inland A Borean Ac
Bt PanlA Minneapo ls
Denver, ft Worth A K. C...
i Karma Citr A ht Jnveph...
t S :0ft am
t h:inv sm
t 5:60 am
t 8:00 sm
8 :00 am
t 4-.H0 pm
s :(ffl am
11 :10 pm
t 2:19 urn
tlO AS pm
t 7:18 am
t 8: am
t 6 -.M tn
ijtoclt Island A WaeblOKfm
Chicago K un moinaa
ago A DM Molnaa 'T x:i3 um
t Island A Brooklyn Ac..l 6:Hft pm
t t:4u sm
Arrival. tDepartnre. t Dally, except Sunday.
All others dally. ' Telephone 1093. .
X PURLIN GTOTf ROUTBO B a Q RAIL-
, Jj war Depot Flrpt arena sad Blxteenta
tti m. tviuiH, And
bT. V, tiprlngfleld. Peoria,
b.'. Qain. vis Mon month
ChleaKo't Ogling, Clinton
7:00 am 7.-90 pm
t;7 :40 am 1 1:40 pm
t 1 :45 pm ll:Msm
7:50 pm 8:10 am
7.60 pm t 8:4T-'
TaBpm 9 BfBSawt
iS.q . Sra'rdrtowri
a, ti k . Minneapolis.
Sterile. Olu. D5,i?
A Pae. Coa-t la qaleo rg
Dally. tDally ccpt aanday.
GHICAGO MILW WKEB A BT PAUL Rail-war-Racm.
Depot Twentieth street .between first and Beeond
avenues. L H Gre.r, t Vpont,
Bt Paul .Express
freight and Accommodation
Jl :M aa
a. o an.
Dally except Sunday.
OCK ISLAND PBOR1. i""T
Depot First Arenne and Ts. CntlsUi street.
tockboo.su. lien'l TKt Agent.
Springfield, Cincinnati. VaoA
rla. etc I
Feorta, Springfield, 6t Lonln
Accomodation Fact Freight
Peoria, Hpringflold. Clnoin-
Peoria Aceom. Freight....
Cahie and Bherrard Aecnm
1 :46 pn
H :4ti am
Passenger trains leave C B I P (Moltse
avenue) depot five (5)" minutes esrllsr than time
riven. Trains narked dally, all Other trains
daily exceDt aandsy.
8awed building stone,
Ashlar and. Trimmings
For 'Obeapneis, darsbilHy Rnd
.; Jbeaatj excelled bj pfib.ybtMiGCi
tone does not wash or color tbe
wall with-'AjkaJi, fite., Haas sect
as for esUxaates will recelre
careful attention and. bejreturaed' ,in,.j
4 jpromptly at oar expense. .i,i joryr
Qasrrles 12 mllea from Book
Island on tbe C, B. & Q. B. B.
Tralpg ' Noa. 6 and 10 will stop
snd let visitors-off and on.
Bridge stone, corn crib
blocks and foundation
stone, any size desired.
Sample, of Stone and Photos ol
building can be aeen at Boou.. .: -.
No. 12, Mitchell A Ljode's bnUd-
lag. Addreti:. , -. . . ;
ABTHUB BDBB ALL, Manager
Boek Island or Colons, J1L '