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THIS ABGTTS MONDAY, JAXUAKY 30, 1899.
DURTIS OPERA HOUSE,
Direction of Chahbesu.v, KisdtA Co.
' Thursday Evening, Feb. 2.
Firt and only
of : : : : :
JHE HEART OF MARYLAND
of the author.
IT rented by
DAVID BELASCO'S COM PA XV.
merit u tnnr
vcl in state
craft : : :
A Novel ami Kealistic Belfry Scene
StroDg .Situations, Kxcitinjr Climaxes
:Oniirbts ia New Yo h.
ho nik-tits In ;bicaro. ' -nit'iits
, j-b MdHphi . l'nbnt in
Adelpbi theatre. London.
Prices IS. SO and "Sc and l.
Seattle at Fluke's Monday. No free ii.il.
Under The Direction Of Cmambejilin KinstICu.
Tuesday Evening, Jan. 31.
EVENT OF THE SEASOX.
The Droaria'ay Theatre tpera Co.. beaded by
The yueen of Comic Opea- CamUIe
By DeKoven and Smith, Authors of
ROBIN HOOD. -HKR US YOUOFNOTIIIXG
Bl'T ( A KK."
TOO niuhts Hroadav Thatre New
York. Original Production. 2 Car
loailiof Special Scenery. t'ostum-s,
lY.ipertiei, Stage Couch and elect.
Prices fl. 50. fl.(. TSc. 50c and 25c. Sale
of seats now on at Fluke's.
Not worth Davine attention
to, you say. Perhaps you
have had it for weeks.
It S annovin? because von
have a constant desire tn
cough. It annoys you also
because von rpmfmhpr that
weak lungs is a family failing.
ji nrsi ic is a sngnt cougn.
At last it is a hemorrhage.
At first it is easy to cure.
At last, extremely difficult.
Petition to Probate Will,
State or Illinois
Rock l.iland. count v.
In the County Court, January term, A. D.
. I Ryu
In the matt-r of the probate of the last will
and tes'uuieut of Henry Fiedler. deceased, ii
To uil persons whom this may concern
Notice is hereby (riven, that on the 3rd day
or January. A. I !"'. a petition was nieu in
the county court or Uot4 lilurid county. I
liOis. uikiiitr tbat the last will and testament or
Henry ietiler. deee:n--il. In admitted to pro
bate. The same petition furtui-r stales tbat
thefollowlninAniedicrNorisuru.il Ibe beirs-
at-law mu1 legatees: Jo.''pIiu Maria I icnbanlt.
Uanintoa 111 : Vcr nk;i lt -k. Koek Island. I ill-;
Anna Klueker. addre.iii unknown. Anton Fied
ler. (Jeneseo. Ill
You are further notified that th"? hcarineof
the pr of of said ill has leen set by said
court for the Uftth day of January, A. I). IKK.
at the hour of 10 o ' li'k in the forenoon, at
the C4urt bouse in Koek Island fa said county.
when and where vou can appear. It you see lit.
and show cause, if any you have, why said will
Should not be admitted to proline
llr.NKY l. Hi iih4hi. County Clerk.
Dated at Koek Lilaiid. Jan. 3. IKft.
Petition to I'roliate Will.
State of Illinois. .
Rock Island County, i
County court, Koek Island county, anua
In theniatteror the proba'e r the last will
and test ament of tve McKinstry. deceased.
To all persons whom this may concern Greet
In: Notice Is hereby Riven, that on the 17th day or
January. A. I. lw,.'. a pcliiiot was HUd in the
county court or K'M'k Iilatid county. Illinois,
rvskintr tbat the last will and tc-lani-nt or tve
McKinstry. deceased, be admitted to probate.
The same etuioii further state-, that the fol
lowinx named persons :ire kll the beirs-at-law
and le;ate-s: Mrs. Sarah Fletcher. Everett.
Pennsylvania: Mrs. Imisa Cliurchill. Koek
Is and. 111.: Mrs. M.iryC II. urn. Koek Island . i :
Mia Caroline Wilson. Koek liland. 11L: Miss
Maifk'ie Wilson Koek Isla-id. lit: lo-orice Wil
son, res'ilenoe unknown: Mrs. Ihanu Hart. New
ark. Ohio: und otb-r unknot n beir of Kve
McKinstry-decea-eil. You arc furthe noti
fied that the hearinir of tbe priHf or said will
has been set by said court for the th dav of
February. A. l. If, at thebour of In o'c oek in
the forenikon. at the court bouse in Koek
Island, in said county, when and w bere you can
appear, if you see tit. and show eauie. if any
you have, "why suld will should not be admitted
to probat e.
II EN R T H lit niKUIi. County Clerk.
I Hi ted at Koek lslaml. January K; h
Teeth Extracted ...
Absolutely Without Pain.
Full set of teeth H on
Gold Crowns 100
Bridge work, per tooth 3 00
Porcelain crown 00
Gold FUlinir 1 .00
Vitalized air 500
I warrant my double suction plate
to fit and stay np in any mouth. A
written guarantee givcu for 10 years.
DR. J. M.SILVIS.
Assisted by Dr. Georce M liabcock.
1724 Second Avenne. Rock Island.
Over MeCabe's Dry Gocds Store
Meet's Nerverine Pills
f diseases of the
? generative or
iiuoK. ad a t-ti. l :ivj. pans of cither
quickly conquers your little
There is no doubt about
the cure now. Doubt comes
For over half, a century
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral has
been curing colds and coughs
and preventing consumption.
It cures Consumption also
if taken in time.
Heep one cl Dr. Agcr's cierrg
Pectoral Plasters ever goar
iaDn? II goo C0B3H.
Shall we aend yoa
book on this subject, free?
Oum Medio! Department.
If yon fiavft any complaint what
ever and desire the best medtral
Sflvire yon ran pos.thiy obtain, writa
tli. fiiwtrir Irreiy. You will receiva
a prompt rti:y. wftliont ev.t.
Aduxeu, itU. J. . AVER,
C. L. SILVIS,
Over Krell & Math's. 1716 Second avenue.
DR. C. W. GRAFTON,
Rooms 13 and IS. Mitchell & Lvnde bulldlns.
Ofllce hours from H to 12 a. m. and I to 6 p. m.
J. T. TAYLOR,
Ofllce hours 9 to 12 a. m.. 1:30 to 4:30 0. m.
tl9 KigbteeTth street. Opposite Union otHce.
Kstate of John Powell, deceased.
The undersigned bavluu been aDnoInted
anminisiraior ot tne estate or John
Powell, late of the county of Koek
Island, state or Illinois, deceased, bercbv
Hives notice that he will apjiear before the
county court of Koek Island county, at the
county court room, in ine city or Koek island.
at the March term, on the first Monday
in frarcb next, at which time all per
sons navinz claims asrainsi s:iui estate are
notitledar.d requested to attend, for the Dar
uucui uiAtiuK 1 f'e fume uujusit'a.
cu persons tnueniea to said estate are re- I
quested to make Immediate payment to the
Dated this l"th day of January. A. D. 1399.
W. 11. Klsii.ek, Administrator.
F.state of Ijnma Johnson, deceased.
The undeisinued bavlnir been antHiinted ex
ecutor of the estate or the last, will and
testament of Imtna Jnhovin. late of tbj
county of Koek Island, state of Illinois,
deceased, hereby irives notice that he will
appear ncl.ire tne county court of Rock
1 nil county, nt the county court r,om. in
the city of Kck l.iland. at the April
term, on the tint Monday in Auril r.. t
at bleb time ail iersons h vinL. i-l:Liin :iir-.iir-t
said estate are notified and reiiursted to at
tend, for the purpose or having the same ad
justed. All persons indebted to said estate
are requeued to make Immediate payment
1U LUC UIlllCniKIIPU.
Dated ttila -Jtith day of Jan'inrr. A. D. 1899.
1 t utor.
sex. each as Nervous PTOstration. Failing or
lost Manhood, Irnpotency, Nightly Emis
ijmj Youthful Errors. Jvlental Worry, ex
' ccssive use of Tobacco or Opium, which
kad to Consumption and Insanity. $1X0
err box by mailt 6 boxes for $5-00.
K3TTS CHEMICAL CO, Prop s, Cleieland, Ohio.
for sale by M. F. IBahnsen. flnunriat, corner
Fourtfe arenuc and Twcnueth street.
S. R KenworttiT and Jackson & Hurst.
State or Ill'nois. 1
Roek Island County, i SS-
In the Circuit Court, In chancery. Par
ti ion. general No. 4I"7.
Jai ob Simmon vs. Ivoutsa IViserbach Charl.s
Nimmon. Catherine Wilioo. lUlzabeth t he
rey. Hnry J. Wmraon. and (rronte H. bim
ni"n. Peter C. S mmou. and Harrison II.
Simmon in their own liubt and as trustees
for Harry Fieener. Oerire Fleener. Tillie
Fleecer and Whlie Fleener under the last
w ill of Phiilip Simmon, deceased, and Maria
K. Darlinif. Cyntbi. M. Simmon. Harry Hee
ner. ;s.re leeuer. 1 Ulie F.eener and Wil
Notice is hereby triven that by virtue or a
decree of s iii court, entered in the above en
lided cause, on the seventeenth day of Jn
niiry. A. D. Isvw. I sh.U. oa Saturd.iv. the eigh
teenth of dav of February. A. D. f. at thebour
of t wo o clock in the afternoon, at the cat
door or the court house, in the c'ty or nock
Island, in said county cr Koek Island, as di
rected by aid deeree. sell at public auction to
the bit-best ard lest bidder for rash in band a
certain parcel of land, suuate in the county
of Koek Island and state of Illinois, known
and descr.bed as follows, to-wit:
The soutbeast quarter ( '4 or section six (
In town&hip sixteenth 1 1) north rane one (l
west of the fourth 4tb principal meridian, in
Rock Island county. Illinois
Dated at Koek Island. LlinoU, this eigh
teenth day of January, a. D. I ..
KI.WIN H PABSIXTta,
Uaster In Chancery, Koek island Coonty, HI.
?. R KEWiKTBT.
J K.S1IN & llDlWT,
FIRE-BUGS! $200 REWARD.
The premium payers of the state are tnain
tai"inir a fund popular suoscriptioa from
which i offered a a
Reward of $200
By the undersitmed association for the arrest
ami oowiion 01 any Incendiary In any of the
!OJPtRTV OWNERS TtPT: ASSOCIATION
Rock Island. 11'.
Subscribe for The Akgus.
HE IS ft SILVER
New Senator from Montana an
Advocate of the Chicago
FREE SLLVES THE DOMHTANT ISSUE
According to His Opinion, but He Is for
Protection for Raw Materials Declines
to Express Himself on Expansion Pltn
of a Letter Bryan Wrote Last alarch
Relative to the Position of the New-
Helena, Mor.t., Jan. CO. On the seven
teenth ballot Saturday the Montana
legislature elected Hon. William A.
Clark, of Butte, United States senator
to succeed Hon. L;e Mantle. The vote
was 54 fcr Clark; Conrad, 27: Marshall,
4; four scattering:. Of those who voted
for Clark 11 ara Republican?. Clark is a
Democrat. He is the lares: individual
owner of copier rrir.es in the world, and
his net income is figured at $10 000,000.
He is 60 years old.
He Is Al.o s Silver Man.
t'nited States Sepatcr-elet t William
A. Clark is a silver man. and although
a Democrat ia a protectionist as far as
raw material i3 concerned. Clark was
asked yesterday to define his position
on the financial question: "The issue
you speak of." he said, "is paramount
to all others in my opinion. My views
may be hrlcfly expressed t.y my say
ing that I stand, as I always have, for
the restoration of silver to its former
status before its demonetization in 1S72
and at the ratio of 16 to 1."
Protection for Kaw Materials.
"And the tariff?" he was asked. 'In
the arrangement cf the tariff schedules
the'i rodurtrs of raw material, such as
woo!. lead, sugar and other products
of the western states should be amply
and fully protected. The present tariff
includes sufficient revenue to meet the
expenses of the government; and in the
readjustment of the schedules, while it
should be provided that the manufact
urer should receive protection against
cheap foreign labor, which is eminentli'
proper and Just, they should he content
therewith ard not seek an unfair advan
tage over the producers of raw ma
terial, as has heen the tendency hereto
fore, and they have been larpely aided
by the preat influence wielded hy them
in the lobbies at Washington. The in
terests of Montana and the great wes:
must and shall lie protected if it lies
within my power to accomplish It."
N on -Com to 1 tin 1 on Expansion.
Clark ded nc-d to sty in specific terms?
whether he was an expanionist or not.
He snid in answer to a question as to
his attitude toward our r.ew posses
sions: "We may lie wtll proud of hav
ing- driven the Sj aniard from the west
ern hemisphere and from the islands of
the Pacific ocean, and on having lifted
the yoke of oppression from the necks
of 12.000.000 people: yet, elated with this
marvelous success, we must pause to
consider with the greatest deliberation
the rights and welfare cf lh pe: pie who
have been liberated, and provide for
them a Just and appropriate temporary
government, bearing in mind the dan
ger of foreign diplomatic entangle
ments. It is an experiment that will
rut to the test the highest statesman
ship, but I believe we can safely rely
upon the abilities and patriotism of the
people of the United States to s-olve the
problem with Justice and satisfaction
to a!! concerned."
Uectires the money question ta be tte I
paramount issue, and I fullv indnrs '
that declaration. So believing I could'" tne Conrt-Martlal Verdict That Finds
not directly or indirectly r nrourage any J . en KK"n Guilty,
state to abandon the national platform. Washington, Jan. CO. General Eagan,
"While the Democrats cf the west and commissary general of subsistence, has
south have no right to force the nation- j been found guilty of the charges of
at. iiaiiorm upon tne people or new . conduct
tout, yet tne democracy or the nation '
does have a right to expect the Demo- .
crats of New Tork to stand by the plat- !
form or announce their hostility. We !
ought to know whether the New York
Democracy means peace or war. To
Ignore the national platform In a state
unbecoming an officer and a
gentleman and of conduct to the preju
dice of good order and discipline, and
of the specifications thereto, and has
been sentenced to dismissal from the
United States army, but with r. rec
ommendation from the court for the ex-
ml.ml'niii i .. l ei use in executive element j . tnurr
crats of .New York are hostile to that ! ""e resutat.ons the court having
platform, but lack the courage to de
clare It openly. We were
embarrassed in the last campaign by
the fact that the Democrats of your
state went to Chicago to oppose the
platform which was adopted. Unles3
the party in New York expects to re
peat this experiment in 1900 it should
lose no time in taking a firm stand
upon the Chicago platform. ,
"In urging this course upon Tam-
reached the conclus!on that the accused
was guilty had no choice in selecting
a penalty, the regulations prescribing
absolutely the one punishment dis
missal for the offense.
Therefore the only hope for General
Eagan is in the direction of commuta-
Davis. the Judge advocate of the court
martial, finished his revision of the
record f the court's proceedings Sat-
, - . ui ua, aiinuuuii anu at outer uiaiTU llir
many and the Democracy of New York I . t. . . , Cl...; . ,
BRYAN ON TI1K EMPIRE STATE,
Letter a Year Old That Calls on the Dem
ocracy to Take Position.
New York. Jan. 30. Willis J. Abbott,
publishes a letter from William J. Bry
an, written in March. 1898. on the sub
ject of the position New York Demo
crats should take in their state conven
tion. It was written in reply to an
invitation for Bryan to speak at New
York. Croker having suggested that
Bryan should not. if he spoke there, d's
cuss the money question. In his letter
Bryan savs: . "The national platform
York has something at stake as well as
the party in the nation. Tammany needs
the Democracy of theraticn as much as
the national party needs Tammany, and
Tammany should recognize this fact.
Busy Week for Nebraska Solons.
Lincoln. Net)., Jan. 30. The present
week promises to be exciting in the Ne
braska legislature. Aside from the sen
atorial contest, which shows little
change, but which may reach a climax
any day. there are the charges looking
toward the impeachment of District
Judge Scott, of Omaha, to be dealt
with, as well as two contest cases from
Fillmore county and the possible im
prisonmert of County Judge Skipton for
refusing to bring in ballots bearing on
the contest. The impeachment proceed
ings against Judge Scott for the time
being excite more interest even than
the senatorial struggTc.
Mrs. Grant Thanks Uer Son's Friends.
Sacramento. Cal., Jan. 30. Just before
the vote was taken Saturday for sena
tor the majority of, if not all, the mem.
bers who were voting for U. S. Grant
Jr., received the following telegram
from his mother, Julia D. Grant, in
Washington: "I thank you for your
loyal support of my son, Ulysses S,
Indictment for a Fratilclde.
Carlinville. Ills.. Jan. 30. The Ma
coupin county grand Jury has returned
an indictment for murder against Wm
Kent, who shot and killed his brother
Nohle Dec. 5. 1S98. on a Chicago and
Alton train while the latter was hand
cuffed and in the custody of an officer,
Kent is still at large.
Archbishop Ireland has arrived at
Rome, and had an interview with the
D. D. Hayes, of Bunker Hill. Ills., al
leged incendiary, has been adjudged In
The sale of a seat on the New York
Stock Exchange for S3S.000 Is reported.
This beats the record.
The Chicago and Northwestern freight
house at Boone, la., was destroyeJ with
contents by fire Saturday.
The Franklin National bank. ofNew
York, probably will go into voluntary
liquidation about March 1.
Boston has been selected by a mail
vote as the place for holding the na
tional L. A. W. meet tor 1899.
The Fremont Hot Springs company,
of Alcova. Wyo.. has offered $20,000 for
the Fitzsimmons-Sharkey fight.
There is a famine throughout Pales
tine. Flour has advanced 70 per cent.
in price. TThe crops have failed.
Mobs at Bristol, Eng!and, attack the
meetings of Mormons there, and have
smashed the Mcrmon mission house.
A Pacific coast combine to control
the prune output has materialized at
San Jos3, Cal., among the orchardists.
The mills of the American Linseed
company, at Burlington. Ia., burned
Loss, J25.0C0; fully covered by insur
Gertrude E. Morgan, a member of the
Lilliputians company, died at the Ori
ental hotel. Indianapolis, of malarial
fever. . She. v.-s 2"'ears old.
Secretary Alger, as soon as he has read
tie record, will place it at once with the
president, who under the law is the
final reviewing authority. It is his
privilege to add to or take from the
strength of the court's recommendation
that clemency be shown.
Labor Organisations Not Allowed by Law
to Insure Members.
Boston, Jan. 30. By a decision of the
insurance commissioners published Sat
urday the practice of the trades unions
tf the state of insuring their members
against sickness, death, loss of tools,
loss of work, etc., is declared illegal.
The insurance commissioners' decision
has taken the members of the trade or
ganizations completely by surprise.
It has been the opinion that inasmuch
s.s the trade unions were acting purely
in a charitable manner, the revenue for
the payment of sick and death benefits
not being derived from a special tax
levied for that purpose, but taken
from the regular per capita tax. the
laws of 1R97-9S making it compulsory
for every labor organization having any
insurance feature to incorporate under
the laws of this state and to report at
specified times the full extent of busi
ness done did rot apply to proceedings
of this kind.
The trade unions of this city will un
dertake to have the law so amended by
the present legislature as to allow trade
unions to continue their charitable
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Any way you look at It. TheSberwln-WlIHams paint stands.
White lead paint covers well, but It chalks and ruba off. Zlno
paint Spreads well, but it craefca and peels off. Neither one
Clone makes a durable paint. The Sberwln-Williams Paint
combines the best qualities of both with the highest skill. It
contains the best lead in the best proportion, the best zinc la
the best proportion, and the best oil and drier and color, all in
tne best proportions. From every point of view it stands com
parison with lead paint or cine paint. It stands when exposed
to the weather ana burd wear. It stands, alone every can fully
guaranteed, and behind the roarantee all the resources and the
reputation or the Compass
The Sherwin-Wiluams Paints
la speclnily prepared for every kind of painting. Get the rlxht kind fcr
yourwerk. Go by the label. A practical book on palntlne free,
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C. SPEIDEL IS AGENT FOR SOUTH WEST TOISTS.
V Lit T l-jf 4 J
, Beauty Is Uppermost
Is the work of the Rock Island
Steam Laundry. By modern
methods and careful and skilled
help their laundry work is the best
that is turned out in this vicinity.
Q heir services is prompt and
trons are treated with courte;y.
Rock Island Steam kaunclo
BAUERSFELD & SEXTON. 1814 Third Am. ivwimnn i !
HORRIBLE MURDER AT PAN A.
Eccentric Woman Living Alone the Vic
tim of a Brutal Fiend.
Pana, III?., Jan. 30. Mrs. Mary Mc-
Intyrs. aged 60 years, one of the oldest
residents and earliest settlers of Pana,
was murdered probably between Friday
afternoon and Sunday. There are indi
cations of a desperate struggle, blood
being all over the house. Her clohting
was torn from her. She was an eccen
tric woman, being the sole occupant of
her home for many years. She was well-
to-do. ind was supposed to have had
considerable money concealed either on
her person or in her home. The horrible
deed was committed by some party who
was familiar with these circumstances.
The neighbors became suspicious Sat
urday and decided that something was
wrong. Last evening, on breaking into
the house there was disclosed the hor
rible spectacle. A bloody ax and shovel
told the tale. Mrs. Mclntyre's residence
is located in Flatham. near the Pana
Coal company's houses formerly inhab
ited by union miners, but since the
strike occupied by negroes employed in
CHAS. E. HODGSON ,
Fire Insurance Agency,
Traders Ins. Co., - - Chicago, 111.
Union Ins. Co. - Philadelphia, Pa.
Rockford Ins. Co. - - Rockford, 111
Security Ins, Co. - New Haven, Conn.
State Ins. Co. - - - Rockford, 111.
Office, Room 3, Buford block. Rates
as low as consistent with security.
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
SHICAGO, ROOK ISLAND ft PACIFIC RAIL
way Tickets can b purchased or batofSKS
eked at R I A P Twentieth street dntnt, 01
O R I A P depot, comer Fifth avenue and Thirty
flrat street. Frank H Plummer. Agent,
Gold Dust does it.
noon a:id night,
dull things bright,
a delight with.
It gives to an humble home or a palace the cleansing touch that
bath alike require. It's woman's best friend and dirt's worst enemy.
THE S. E. F1IBB1ME C0IP1.M, Chicago. Bt. Louts. New York. Boston. Philada.
THE QUEEN A CRESCENT
Route, with its rail and
the shortest line
West India points.
Pullman Service through
The famous CINCINNATI,
LIMITED solid vestibuled
Queen & Crescent,
F.C. & P. Railway makes
the North forms
to Florida and
Fast Double Daily
Florida and Havana
service to Florida via the
Southern Railway, and
direct steamship con
nection on arrival at Miami (East Coast) or at Tampa (West Coast) for
Key West, Hayana, Nassau, Santiago, San Joan,
and all West India ports. 24 hours Cincinnati to Florida and Cincinnati to
New Orleans. Free books and information ty addressing,
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The old Fire and
Beet Sugar Manufacture.
Grand Rapids. Mich.,' Jan. 20. Inter
est has been aroused in the manufact
ure of beet sugar, and a company is
projected to develop the industry local
ly. The company as outlined now will
have a capital of $100,000. and the farm
ing community of western Michigan
generally will be tributary to it. The
sugar beet factory Idea is taking fast
hold of the state and in eighteen dif
ferent counties the organization of
companies is being agitated.
Pension for John 91. Palmer.
Washington. Jan. 30. The b:il grant
ing a pension of $100 per month to Gen.
John M. Palmer, of Illinois, which
passed the senate Friday, will now go
to the house, where It will be referred
to the committee on pensions. If the
committee makes a favorable report the
bill will probably pass the huse with
out opposition and become a law at this
Ex-t'nlted States Senator Dead.
LaGrange. Ore.. Jan. 30. Ex-United
States Senator James H. Slater died
Saturday. Deceased was born In Illi
nois in 1S26. went to California in 1S4J
and came to Oregon in 1S50. In 1870 he
was elected to the Forty-second con
gress and in 1876 was elected 1 18 ted
States senator, where he served until
Motor 'Busses for Peoria.
Peoria. Ills., Jan. 20. A company has
been organized here to run a line of
motor 'busses in opposition to the street
car line. The 'busses are rubber-tired
vehicles carrying twenty passengers.
They are not confined to certain street-.
The lines will run from the center of
the city to all the suburbs.
Ex-Mayor Lambe Sentenced.
Carlyle. Ills., Jan. SO. The motion for
a new trial of ex-Mayor Lambe, of this
city, convicted of forgery and uttering
forged paper, was overruled by Judge
Farmer, and Lambe was sentenced to
the penitentiary, where he will be taken
Strike of Girls at Janesvllle, Wis.
Janesville, Wis., Jan. CO. Twenty
three girls employed as sorters in the
Robert Erler leaf tobacco warehouse
are out on a strike for higher wages.
They have been paid 60 cents per ICO
pounds, but want io cents.
Co-Employe Liability Bill Attacked.
MarMson. Wis.. Jan. 30. In the senate
Saturday Mills introduced a bill which I Telephone 1047,
in effect repeals the present co-em
ploye law making employers liable for
accidents to employes except whete due
to their own neglect.
J. M. Buford,
Losses Promptly Paid.
-Sates as low as any
can afford. Your
patronage la solic-lted.
Denver Limited A Omaha.. .
Ft Worth. Denver A K CI
Omaia and Ies Moines
ichnnha A MinnrsDolis
Omaha A Des Moines Bx ....
tOmaha Ex ,
Denver, i incoln A Omana. ..
Tri City Ejr. hb
Koek Inland A Bureau Ac
Ht Paul A Mmneai olB
Denver, Kt Worth & K O....
tK annas City A ht Joseph...
tKock Island A WauioKUn.
vmcaro Lie nolc'l
Rock Island A Brooklyn Ac. I 6:85 pm
t 3:15 am B:SSam
t f:A am tl(:4ii pm
t :A0 am S.-S0 nm
t 8:00 an- tlS.OI ant
7:55 am tl OS am
ll:f.Ram t A hi am
3:Xlam t S:IK am
114:00 m t 7:r am
t 4 ::) pm 6 :00 pm
ll :00 am t 8 :Ari pm
5 MiOam tlO :40 pm
11:10 pm t 6:50 am
18:40 pm t 8:0 pnr
IT 7:40 m "
Arrival. tDepartore. JDally, zoept 8nnday.
All others daily. Telephone 1003
BURLINGTON ROTJTH-0 B
way Depot First arena
street, M J Young, Agent.
8t. "L., Hpringfield, Peoria.
Bnr Qnio. via Monoiontb
Chicago, oterlicg, Clinton
Peoria, Be a-dstowt, Bur
lington, Denver AWeet....
St. haalA Minneapolis
Sterling. C lnton A Dnbnqac
St. L., Knss Cl t, Denver
Pac. Coat via Gslerb'rsr
Dally. tDaUy except Sunday.
r.sava A awry
7.-00 sin 7 .2 1 pat
t 7:40 air. t 8 40 pat
t 3 45 pm til :M an
7 WI pm 8:1". am
7.50 pm t a:0 am
7:10 pm g 55 am
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE A HT PAUL Railway-Racine
oith western Division
Depot Twentieth teet, between six jt and bceond
avennos. L H Greer, Agent.
FIRE, LIGHTNING . . .
Protect your homes
by insuring in Re-
Call on or address
Mitchell A Lynde Block.
C. R. Chamberlin,
Represents the) following well
known Fire and Accident Insur
Rochester German Ins Co Rochester. N T
German " Preeport, 111
Buffalo German " Buffalo, N Y
Reliance M Philadelphia
German Fire Peoria, Id
New Hampshire " ....Manchester, N H
Milwaukee Mechanics " Milwaukee. Wis
Fidelity and Casualty " -New York
Office corner Eighteenth ttreet and "
Second aveoae, eoood Booz.
Died of a Foot Ball Game.
Springfield. O., Jan. 30. Charles Ort,
son of President Ort, of Wittenberg col
lege, died yesterday of spinal meningi
tis, resulting from injuries received in
last Thanksgiving foot ball gaic.
siB30'otmexjtwi: ire n
1 rwBleedinK anu lie
aWPUes. It absorbs the tun
B aUays the ItchiOK at once.
bbbs as I
a Doultice. eivi'H intnnt re
lief. Dr. Wiliiams' Indian Pile Oint
ment Is Drenared for Pile and Itch
ing of the private parts. Every box is
warranted. By dnurglsUi. b mail on re
ceipt of price. M cents and SI.eo. WIL.I " 5i
NUFACTUR1HG CO.. Props.. Cleveland, Oo.
Sold by M F. Baabacu Orugglcw
l,8,ian,1 f lpraM 7:30 am :lt im
St Paul Expruss 4.00 pm 11-Mmu.
freight snd accommodation 8:00 s-n' u'juan
Dally except bnnday.
OtXJK IHLAND A PEORIA RAILWAY
jr Depct First Avenne snd Twentieth ttreet.
S etockhousc, Gen'lTk't Agent.
TRAINS. Lsavs Assrvs
BprlngOeld, ClncimitU, Peo
ria, etc 10.S1 pm
Peona, Bpringfleld, 8t Louis
etc.......... 8:05am 6:40
Accomodation Fast Freight. 10:10 am
Peoria, Hpringfleld. Cincin
nati, etc : 1:45 pm 11:15 am
Peoria Aecom Freight 7:10 pm 1 :25 am
Cable and Bheirard Accom. S :00 cm 6-: pm
Cable Accomodation 8 :40 am 2:1M pm
Cah'e and aherrard Aecom.. 8:30 pn 7:56 am
Passetiirer trains leave C R I A P rVnltna
avenns) depot Ave (5) minutes earlier than time
siven. Trains narked daily, all other trains
dally except Sunday.
Sawed building stone,
Ashlar and Trimmings
For cheapness, dnrablliij end
beauty excelled bj none. This
tone does not wash or color the
wall with alkali, eto. Plans sent
as for estimates will receive
careful attention and be returned
promptlj at oar expense.
Quarries 13 miles from Bock
Island on the C. B. & Q. B. B.
Trains Nos. 6 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 oi
buildings can be seen at Boom
No- 12, Mitchell & Ljnde's build
ABTUUB BUB.SALL, Manager
Bock Island or Colons, 111.