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TILE AEGITS, TUESDAY, JAXUAUT 10, 1899.
McCASKRIN & McC-A SKEIN,
Attorneys At Lw.
Rock Inland and Milan. Rock Island offlee
overKreU it Math's store. Milan offlee on
K. & COMDXT. B- D. OOBTWBXI.T
CONNELLY & CONNELLY.
Attorneys t Law.
Money loaned. Office over Thomas' drat
tore, corner of Second avenue and Seven
JACKSON A HURST,
Attorneys at Law.
Offlee In Rock Island National Bank BaUd-
WILLIAM L. LUDOLPH,
Attorney at Law.
Money to loan. General leg-al business. No
tary public. 1706 Second avenue, Buford
a. d. ivmir.
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law.
Offlee In Beng-ston Block.
CHARLES J. SEABLE,
Counsellor at law. Offlee In court house.
McENIRY & McENIRY,
Attorneys at Law.
Loan money on good security: make eollee-
Kererenre. Mitchell & Lynda, bankers.
Mitchell & Lynda building.
JOHN K. SCOTT,
Commercial and criminal
Mitchell & Lynde bulltlin.
law. Room 4,
UTien the children ret their
teeJ and cold give them
a h;t foot bath, a bowl of hot
drmk, a dose of Ayer's Cherry
jrectoral, and put them to bed.
. TLba.nces are they will be
ail right in the morning. Con
tinue the Cherry Pectoral a few
days, until all cough has dis
appeared. Old coughs are also cured;
we mean the coughs cf bron
chitis, weak throats and irritable
ungs. tven the hard coughs
of consumption are always
made easy and frequently cured
by the continued use of
1 HAD AWFUL RESULTS.
Somebody'3 Blunder Sends Two
Trains Crashing into
GHTEE3 PEES02TS DOUE TO DEATH
Vender Driven Almost Through, a Crowd
ed Passenger Car and the Travelers
O round to Pieces Twenty-Five Uu
Vnfortanate People Wounded Original
Cause of the Wretk Was Another Wreck
on m Doable-Track Boad Another Mis
hap the Cause or the Fatalities.
New York. Jan. 10. The Herald says
that five of those wounded in the Le
high wreck t!ied during the night, mak
ing a total dead of eighteen.
ALEX II. LIDDERS,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
Money to loan. Notary Public. Room 21,
Mitchell & Lynde butldinK-
F. H. FIRST, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon,
Phone 4 on IJW. Office, S24 Twentieth
street. Office hours: 10 to 1! am.; 2 to 4 and
7 to 8 p. m. Sunday, 8:30 to 9:30 a. m.; 1:30 to
J. A. BALL, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Office 1407 Second avenue. Residence 800
wenty-fourth street. Telephone 1110. Office
hours from 10 to 12 a. m; 2 to 4 p. m; and 7 to 8
p. m. bunaays w to 10 a. m.
Every doctor knows that wild
cherry bark is the best remedy
known to medical science for
sootning and healing inflamed
throats and lungs.
Put ono of j
over zfQzsr iungs
Tho Boat Mad leal
A cJvlco F roi
tv rirni l jw omeof the tnost emU
i iiusuni op. inquiries ami lorjr eijTl
eric firuni:t y fit t'iplii for civilif' Ton
mn-lir-.il mlvlc. Writ freely au ILo
parucuiar. in vrnrei.
Addr. lit. J. C. ATTH. C.
DR. CORA EMERY REED,
Special attention to diseases of women and
Children, alno diseases of eye. ear, nose and
throat. Office hour 4:30 to 13 a. m., 1 to 4 p,
xu. ci suwcuid street, iuick uuiidq.
BUBKHABT. M. I
DRS. BURK1IAKT & BURKIIART,
. BUR It HART, H. D .
, . . MRS. HADA U.
Office Tremann block. Office hours 8 to 12
a. m.. I to a and 7 to V p. m. fhone No. 4H2.
Kock Island, ill. Nigbt calls answered from
C. T. FOSTER, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Office between Third and Fourth avenues on
Twentieth street, twice bourn: B to 1 1a.m.
! to 4 p. m. and 7 to It p.m. Might calls from
omoe. rnone him
DR. S. II. MILLER,
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist,
AU diseases of horses and cattle treated on
approved principles. Surirical operations per
formed in a acieniino manner. Dogs treated.
AU calls promptly attended to. Residence,
192A Fifth avenue. Telephone 1 on 1367. Office
and Infirmary. IrtlVieiT Fifth avenue (James
Maucker s stab.e). opposite Na 1 fire bouse.
DU. N. E. STKKX,
Ccnito Urinary Surgeon.
Specialty rfea.He of the blood, nerves.
skin, blsdder. kidneys and divises of women.
Hours: 10 to 12. 2 to 4. to M. Sundavs 10 to 12.
Stmt h went corner Harrison and Second
street's Davenport. Iowa.
DR. M. A. IIOLLLNGSWORTII,
Office: Harper House Pharmacy
DRACK fc KERNS,
Architects and Superintendent.
HENRY GAETJE, Prop.
Cut Flowers and Designs of all Kinds.
City store, 1807 Seeond avenue. Telephone
C. L. SILVTS,
Over Krell Math's. I71J Seeond avenue.
DR. C. W. GRAFTON,
Roams IS and IS. Mitchell Lrnde bunding.
Offioe hours from to 14 a. a- and 1 to 6 p. m.
J. T. TAYLOR,
Offlee boars B to II a as.. ran to 4 JO r m.
119 fghteexth street. Opposite Colon office.
Notice of Final Settlement.
KstaTc of F. Oscar Johnson.
Iulili; notice is berehy uiv-n that the under
signed. Aiinette Johnson, executrix, has this
day IlieU her linul r-'port and seiilement as
suea In the county eourt tit Koek Island
county, and that an order hits iieen entered by
saiil cou. t aiiprovinx the K.iiU report, unless oi
jeetions thereto or eause to the contrary be
snown on or tenre the -Ji day of February.
A. I . l.M. and upou the Hnal approval of said
report ine saut a nnet te .lor.n on will ask for
an order or distribution, and w ill also ask to be
disi-harKeil. All persons interested are noli-
net to attend.
Koek isl.ind. Ill . Doc. Crt. 1T'.
annkttk Jihsn, Executrix.
J-H?t K. Scott. Attorney.
1'etltlou to Probate tVill.
State of lU.noN. I
Roek Island, county. (
In the County Court, Junuary term, A. D.
In the matt r of the prolate of the last will
and tes-ainent of Henry Hedler. deceased, la
To uU Terhons whom this may concern
Greeting i .
Notiee u Jierety t'iven, that on the Srd day
of January ,iAvJ. IK'.i. a petition wan filed i a
the county court of Itoc Island "county. Illi
nois, u-tilnir that the last will and testament of
Henry t- ixller. deceased, lie iMimittrrl to pro
bate. The sne petition further fctaleji IhBt
the follow in: named persons ure all the heirs-al-l.iw
Hud leifatees: Josepha Mai ia I v-nhardr.
bainpton. Ill: Ver nka lliek. Kock Island. I ill. ;
Ann. i Klucker. address unknown, Auiuu Fied
ler. Geneseo. 111.
You are further notified that th hearlne of
the pr.'of of said will h.is Imtii set by said
court for the "iTilh lav of January, A. I. lwi,
at the boTir of ! o leek In the forenoon, at
the court house in Hock Island in said county,
when and where ymi can appear, if vou see til.
and show cause if any you have, why said will
thould not be adni'ted to propcte.
li i:uv H Hi liiiAKD. founty Clerk.
Dated at Kock lslatid. Jan. A. ;.
There is no excuse for
having it hanging there.
Drop a card to the
TRI-GITY Towel Supply
119 Eighteenth St.
And they will put a clean
one up regularly as often
ad you please at a mod
crate cost. Try it and
see how pleased you will
Best Dining Car Service.
New York. Jan. 10. Dy a head-end
collision between two passenger trains
of the Lehigh Valley railroad at West
Dunellen, N. J., at 12:47 p. m.. yester
day, thirteen persons were killed and
over twenty-five were injured.
The death roll includes the following-;
Martin Keenan. hotelkeeper; W. H.
Hinkel, contractor; Jacob Helier, tailor;
H. E. Weikell; Frank Fisher, shoe
dealer; William II. Leader, dry goods
dealer all of Mount Carmel, Pa.; Frank
Markel and Theodore S. Kohn, of
Sharr.okln. Pa. ; Abner S. Keifer. carpet
dealer. Pottsville. Pa.; William H. Mar
kel. Shamokin, Pa.; James Jarvis, 12
years old. Mount Carmel, Pa.; two wo
men who are still to be identified.
These are the worst injured: Arthur
Tresembo. Llewelyn, Pa., both legs
broken: Nicholas Parecca, Shamokin,
egs crushed; Henry John Parecca,
Shamokin, leps crushed; Louis I'areeea.
Shamokin. lefjs crushed; Mrs. Mary
Parecca, Shamokin. internal injuries.
may die: O. t. Schaeffer. fireman. South
Easton. Pa., skull fractured, may die;
Edward W. Rick, engineer, less broken.
body crushed, expected to die; Joseph
Malesky, .Shcnnadoah, Pa.; Mary Jar-
ville. Mount Carmel, Pa.; Maiosta,
Shenandoah, Pa.; George Launsky.
Slount Carmel. Pa.; unidentified man;
James Prendergrast. engineer. Easton.
Pa.. likely to die; Josephs, full
name and residence unknown: Harry Tt.
Foster, plumber. Pottsville. Pa., both
legs broken; Mrs. Henry Lockhaven,
Big Mine Hun. legs crushed: Mrs. Lot k
haven's mother, lgs crushed; Miss An
nie Johns, Shamokin, Pa., seriously
about the legs; L. S. Walter, lawyer.
Mount Carmel. Pa., legs broken: Will
iam Feelin. leg fractured; Mrs. Biltz,
Ashland. Ta., both legs broken.
One of the Wont of Iterent Years.
West Dunellen is three miles from
Bound Brook and about thirty miles
from New Yotk city. At the spot where
the disaster occurred there is a sharp
curve in the Lehigh valley tracks and
a steep cutting, but lhe accident was
due in the first place to some terrible
mistake in train orders, and in the sec
ond place to another accident that oc
curred at Bound Brook earlier in the
day. The scenes which accompanied the
collision, the sufferings of the injured,
and the fianic that reigned among th?
i)0 passengers were well-nigh in
describable. The blood-stained wreck
of tangled and twisted iron and wood
bore witness to the truth of the general
verdict of railroad men that this was
one of the worst collisions in recent
How a Collision Was Pomtible.
A head-on collision on a double track
road was made possible only by a
freight wreck which occurred at Bound
Brook at 6 o'clock yesterday morning,
when the axle of a freight car broke
and nine cars were piled on top of each
other. This completely blocked the east-
bound track, and all through the morn
ing Lehigh valley trains bound for New
York switched from their own track to
the west-bound track, until they got
around the wreck. Train No. 20,. which
left Shampkin, Pa., at 7 a. m.. was so
heavy with human freight that It had
to be broken into three sections. The
first two sections arrived at Bound
Brook, switched over to the other
track, switched back at Newmarket and
reached New York in safety. The third
section of this train was almost an hour
Loaded with Excnrsionits.
y Its seven cars were crowded with 400
excursionists, most of them from Mount
Carmel and Shamokin, Mahanoy City,
Hazelton, Ashland and Pottsville, Pa.
The party was traveling under the
auspices of the business men's excur
sion, an annual event which many pat
ronize for a three days' visit to New
York. Not a few of the excursionists
were coming to witness the MeCoy
Sharkey fight. Their train switched
over at Bound Brook and proceeded,
like the preceding sections, on the west
Death Waits for Ills Prey.
Jl?anhiie there had been waiting at
Newmarl'et a local train that plies
regularly between New York and Bound
Brook. Its number on the schedule is
eeventy-one. Owing to the traffic all
going on one track it was almost an
hour late. At last the train dispatcher
at South Plalnfield gave it permission
to g. Just before reaching West
Dunellen Engineer Kick slowed his train
down, because he stops for passengers
if there are any. Martin Brennan, the
signal man, threw up his arms and
waved them, as if to say there were no
passengers, so the local put on steam
and headed round the curve, going at
about twenty-five miles an hour.
CRASH COMES A MOMENT LATER,
Horrible Butchery of Passengers In the
First Shamokin Car.
In the cab of the excursion train was
jamcs f rencergast. the engineer, with
fcis fireman. George Cheshire. They saw
the local as it started on the curve.
With shrieking whistl e and brakes
grinding sparks from the wheels the
excursion train bore down to what
seemed certain destruction. The passen
gers, alarmed at the continued whistle,
opened the windows: mothers snatched
their children to their arms: men
started from their seats; but before they
had time to find out what was the mat
ters they were hurled headlong, knocked
senseless, and many killed outright.
The two engines, from which both crews
had Jumped, came together with an aw
ful crash. The local engine turned a
complete somersault- But its career
was net ended lefcrs It had Jammed the
tender cf the excursion train almost
from one end to the other cf the first
car from Shamokin. The tendsrslorped
s. few seats from the rear door.
The car cr what was left of it rolled
over, carrying with it the Imbedded ten
fir. the fragments of a dozen bodies
and the imprisoned wounded. It was in
the first car of the excursion train that
Ell the deaths and most of the casual
ties occurred. Wrecking trains were
quickly on hand. As the dead were tak
en from the demolished car they were
put in the rear cars of the excursion
train and tcken to Bourd Brook, where
m coroner's inquest vt held. Engineer
Prendergrast. who weighs almost 300
pounds. Jumped tro late. Ke was caught
under his engine ar.d for three hours
lay pinioned in frightful agony. When
at last a crane lifted the iron off his
body he was found so badly injured
that he is expected to cie.
Dr. Brakely, of Dunellen, wasoneof the
first on the scene. He said: "We got
Into the overturned car and groped
among the debris for the dead. Teeth,
arms, brains, splintered wood and
twisted iron were mixed up in an In
describable rr.aes. The wounded, most of
them suffering frcm broken legs, were
al jammed together at the rear end.
The dead we got out piecemeal. Among
the ruins we found a baby about 4
rr.r nths old. without clothes. We thought
It was dead and laid it on the bank be
side the half dozen other mangled bo
dies we had extricated. Just as I was
leaving I noticed signs of life. The
baby was alive and a careful examina
tion showed it had sustained only a
bruise of the head. We put it in the
cars for Plainf.eld."
The loss of life inflicted uron this
train would probably have been noth
ing like what it was had it not been for
the fact that at Mauch Chunk the bag
gage car cf the excursion train was
found to have a hot box and was taken
off, thus leaving the crowded day coach
next to the engine. If this coach hr.d
retained the position it held when the
train left Shamokin tirohally only a
few lives would have been lost. En
glneer Rick, of the local, was found on
the tracks so badly injured that little
hope was entertained of his recovery.
Despite the blood that flowed from h
HELD UP THE WHOLE T0W3T.
Two Masked Men Do a Big Rcsinrss In
Kmhu and Gt Away.
Port Scott. Jan. 10. Tv.-o masked men
early this morning captured a police
man. took him a mile into the woods,
oouna ana gaggea mm, ana with rare
coolness held up and robbed nine men
in the Cottage House and the Sayres
House, two hotels on prominent busi
ness streets. Airrea Ateaae, an engineer
on the Kansas City, Fort Scott and
Memphis, who was one of the victims,
was shot by one of the robbers, and
George H. Young, a colored man who
was mistaken for one of them, was shot
Several hours after the robbery th
ponce Identified the bandits as they
boarded the St. Louis-bound Missouri
Kansas and Texas passenger train and
had a pitched battle with them, bu
they got away.
Chicago Grain and Prodaea,
Chicago. Jan. 9.
Following were the quotations on the
Board of Trade today:
.69 ,6Si .6SN,
.37 .37 .oJ
.27 .L7S, ,273
.26i .26 .26
9.72A 9.67'i 967!
10.12'i 9.S5 9.95
..... ..... 5.47i3
5.75 5.65 5.672
5.07tfe 4.97'i 4.!i7i
mouth Kick gurgled out: on:e one
gave wrong orders. I know how it hap
pened, but I can't speak now."
In this connection W. O. Sprigg. the
superintendent of the Easton and Am
boy division of the Lehigh Valley, said:
The accident is evidently due to a
blunder In orders."
Got. 0leby Not Seriously 'III.
Springfield. Ills., Jan. 10. The re
ported dangerous condition of former
Governor liichard J. Oglesby. at his
home in "Oglehurt." north of this city,
is ilenitd by immediate members if his
family, visiting friends here. The tx
governor's son states that, while his
father is sick with the grip, his condi
tion is not serious nor dangerous, and
that he will be well shortly.
Mr. Katie Want a Divorce.
Indianarolis. Jan. 10. Mrs. Amos
Rusie yesterday filed a suit in the su
perior court against the famous ball
player for divorce and $."i.000 alimcny.
They were married in 1S"0. and Mrs.
Itusie alleges extreme cruelty on her
husband's part, almost from the date
of her marriage. Drunkenness is a'so
Nipping Weather In the North.
Chicago. Jan. 10. The coldest places
In the northern country yesterday
morning were on the White river, north
of Lake Superior, where it was 56 de
low zero: at Winnipeg, 44 below, and
Prince Albert. SS.helow.
Produce: nutter r-xtra creamer
ies, 20y2CrsC per lb: extra dairies. 17(i
ISc: fresh packing stock. 12Jil212c. Eggs
Fresh stock. 2324c per dozen.
Dressed Poultry Turkeys, 810c per
lb; chickens. i6iac; ducks. 7VsSSc;
geese. 6(aSe. Potatoes Common to
choice. 30(37c per bu. Sweet Potatoes
Illinois. SLOOfi $1.75 per bbl. Apples
Common to fancy. J1.504j3.50 per bbl.
Cranberries Wisconsin bell and bugle,
t o. 00 ii 6.50.
Chicago Live Stock.
Hogs Estimated receipts for the day
40.00i: sales ranged at $2.90'& 3.40 pigs
$3.30Cu3.62M: for light. J3.40f-i 3.45 for
rough packing, $3.4rSr3.70 for mixed, and
J3.505T3. iSia for heavy packing and ship
ping lots. Cattle Estimated receipts
for the day. 15.000; quotations ranged at
J5.50Si6.0O choice to extra steers. $4,704
5.40 good to choice do.. Ji.S'.'fii 5. 0J for
fair to good. $4.20(Fi4.75 common to me
dium do., J3.95Si4.30 butchers' steers.
J4.10fT5.25 fed western steers. $2.90'4.45
feeding steers. $2.00(34.00 cows. $2.6orjl
4.70 heifers. $2.504.25 bulls, oxen and
stags. $3.:'.04f4.60 Texas steers, and $4.00
IJ7C.90 veal calves. Sheep ancl Lambs
Estimated receipts for the clay, 16,000;
quotations ranged at $3.00f4.10 west
erns, $2.754.20 natives, and $3.75(5.20
Milwaukee, Jan. 9.
Wheat Firm; No. 1 northern, 6SV2
69c: No. 2 northern, 67g67c. Oats
Higher: 2SVi(?r29.ic. Rye Firm: No. I.
65c. Barley Firmer; No. 2, 512.5j52c;
sample. 43j 51c
Corn New. 28330c; old, 3135c.
( iits iVfiilc.
Hay 8. .?.. 00; wild. f78.
Potatoes New. 35c.
Butter Fair to choice. 18c: fresh creumerv
Chickens Spring. 6c per pound.
Ducks 6c per pound.
Turkeys Alive, ho per pound.
Coal Soft. 10c.
Cattle Butchers pav fir corn fed steers.
iHCtrJm: cows and heifers. 3ic(a4c: calves.
FOOD as XSLiolesomo tut it is Velicioas.
WALTER BAKER & CO.'S
' Has s-x.'Od the tnt of more than 100 years' use among all
dauc s, and Vor purity and honest worth is unequalled."
lied itral 4uwi uryical Journal.
Costs ler trian ONE CENT a Cup.
Trade-Mark on Every Package.
WALTER BAKER & CO. LTD.,
Established I 780. DORCHESTER, MASS.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
Rook Island. HI.
Incorporated Under the
Four Per Cent Paid
MONET LOANED 0IT PERSONAL COLLATERAL 0B SEAL ESTATE SEOTJEm
J. M. Buford. president,
John Crubat rVi, Vice President.
P. Green w: at. Cashier.
Began business July ?, 1 yao, and occupy the
S. K. corner oi Mitchell & Lynde's
new bulldlnf .
H. S. Coble.
H. P. Hull,
K W. Hurst,
Solloltors Jackson 4k Hurst.
L Stnuin. -
J. M. liufora
' 5V C6TH hr.'"
Nothing but a loc
al remedy or change
of climate will cure
Get a well-known
ELY'S CBKAM BAIJ
It is Quickly ab-
onci!ves r" COLD H EAD
Opens and cleanses the Nasal Passaees
Allays iiiUaminatiou, heals and protects the
meuiorane, restores tne senses of taste and
smell. No cocaine, no mercury, no lniur-
ions arujr. ruii size 50c; trial sine 1 uc at
uf uggL iwi or uy mail.
EL?" BROTHERS. 66 Wsrren Btroct, New Tors
TUE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
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way Tickets can bs Dniehssed or baeitspa
eeked st Kit? Twentieth street druot. or
OH I P depot, corner Fifth ST.nnesndThlftT
Urst street, yrsnk H Flummer, AicenU
CHAS, E. HODGSON .
Fire Insurance Agency,
Traders Ins. Co., - - Chicago, 111.
Union Ins. Co. - Philadelphia, Ta.
Rockford Ins. Co. - - Rockford. Ill
Security Ins, Co. - New Haven, Conn.
State Ins. Co. - - - Rockford. 111.
, Offlee, Room 3, Buford block. Rates
as low as consistent with security.
Denver Ii'mlted A Omshv. .
Ft Worth. Denver & K C...
Omn a and !as Moines
(Omaha A Minneapolis
Omaha t Dca Moiaos Ex ...
iienur, i incnln & Omaha...
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hock 1-lniui A Unri'aa Ac...
St Hani A Minneaiio Is...
Denver. Kt Worth A K C
titan nan City A ft J ieph
t 5:05 am
t 5:N) am
t S :UU am
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..$12 MM m
. t 4::H) pin
11 i on am
t X:n5 am
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Chicago A Dea Molon 1 :3 ) pail t 3 :-5 r m
Rock Inland A Brooklyn Ar. J 6:Hft pmlr l lll m
Arrival. tDepartnre. t Dally, axoopt bands.
All others daily. Telephone 10H3.
iliock Island A Waobiutou. 1J:40 pm
BURLINGTON ROTJTB O B aft O KAII
way Depot First arsons and filxtsanth
sirest, H J Yoorijr. Afent.
9t 'L., Bprinirdeld, Puoda.
Bar Qaln. vis Won month
cmcaRO, sterling, Clinton t
Peoria, Bca'detowo. Bar
llmrton, Denver A West....
8t. Pan! A MitineapollM
StcrlWiir. C In ton fc Dnbnnnn
St. L., Knas CI v, Denver
2 55 pm
8. 10 pm
70 pm s:l..
i .vj pm t o:4u i: ni
& Vac. Co:t vlajal4;rh'rtf 7:10 pm i S3 a ui
Dally. tDaily except Sunday.
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE A BT PAUL Rail
wv Racine A ttoulh westurn Dlvln'na
Depot Twentieth s'teet, between rirnt and Hecond
avenues. L H Greer. AeonC
ifS I flail I3imiFiriis ir
fa! p. j Eagle Brand
Our Illustrated Pamphlet entitled'
Be jn Every Household. sent on
N New YOPrt Condensco MlLH Co.
A Provoking Task
SI) ONE which is enoneh to make the righteous pro
fane and be forgiven, ia an old stove that won't draw
when one ia in a harry for their breakfast. When
yon can bny a superior stove or range that is handsome and
useful, a good baker, and of the very best manufacture,
that we sell at such low prices why bother with a use
less old hulk.
BAKER & KNOX
Cor. Nineteenth street
and Second Avenue, g
J. M. Buford,
The old Fire and
Losses Promptly Paid.
-Rates as low as any
can afford. Your
patronage Is solicited.
FIRE, LIGHTNING . . .
TRAINS fcSAVB AkhivT"
Mall an 1 Kxpreas 7:l am :1B
Bt Panl Bxpreea 4:(i i pin 11:80 an
Freight and Accommodation 8:00 am n an
Dally except Sunday.
DUCK II,AND A PBOR'A RAILWAY
P Kept t First Avenne and Twentieth street.
R Blockhoaee, Gcn'l Tk't Agent.
TRAINS. Lsavti Annivs
Bprlngfleld, Cinciiinsil, Peo
ria, etc 10:S1 po
Peoria, Sjiringiicld, St Lonlr
etc 8.n6 am fl:40
Accmodatlnn Fnot FroiRht. 10:30 am
I'coria. Hpiinfrficld, Clnuin-
nuti.cto 1:45pm 11:15 am
Pdnria araini freight...... 7:10 pm 1 :M am
Caoie and Hberrard Accom. n:U0am -8U pm
Cahio Accomodation tt:40am 2:) pm
Call o and ghnrrard aocom . . 8:30 pm 7:66 sea
Pacr?or trains leave C It I A P (Molina
avenuo) depot flva (5)' minnte aarller than time
stven. Trama maraed daily, all other trains
dally except Sunday.
Protect your homes
by Insuring in Re
Call on or address
Mitchell A Lynde Block.'
C. R. Chamberlin
known fire and
Rochester German Ins Co Rochester. N Y
Oermsn " t r-i-port. UI
Buffalo German Hullaio. N Y
German Fire Peoria. 1U
New Hampshire " ....Manchester. S H
Milwaukee Mechanics " Milwaukee. Wis
FidcUty and Casualty " New York
Office eomer Elghteentb street and
Second arenae, sesond flooz.
White Seal saloon
i85 Saccnd At anna.
8awed building stone,
Ashlar and Trimmings
For cheapness, durability and
beauty excelled by none. This
stone does not wash or color the
wall with alkali, eto. Plans sent
us for estimates will receive
careful attention and be returned
promptly at oar expense.
Quarries 13 miles from Book
Island on the C, B. & Q. B. K.
Trains Nos. 5 and 10 will stop
and let visitors oil and on.
Bridge stone, corn crib
blocks and foundation
stone, any size desired.
Samples of Stone and Photos of
buildings can be seen at Boom
No. 12, Mitchell & Lynde's build
ABTUOB BU&&ALL, Manager
Book Island or Colona. III.
HOTT'S PENNYROYAL PILLS
Tby overcome WeaknM, lrrrt
IssritT and otnlnal"ifi:rM- viK'r
and bsnish pminm tt mrnatrtist
Hon." Xbey attr 1,1 r Hafrrs"
toarlrIaac womanlxxxl. muiiitK
ftlopmcnt or or fez na and bo1y. fit
know a TvmtAy fr wom-n rrni
them. Cannot rto hsrm-Mf tw
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ty mail. Wnl.l tv ds-utxtxl!.
MOT! COSMICAL CO UMelaaa.u.
Soid by M. F. Babnsen, druggist.
nnniLLiAns-pii i o
ss "J A SUEE RELIEF TO WOMAN- .
all troubles peculiar to her sex. ry-Sen4 by
mail or from our Acent, I.OO per box.
WILLIAMS MF8. CO., Prow.. CLEVELAND. OHIO.
For sale by kL i'. Bfthasea, drugglbfc