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- - THJS AKGftJS; T CXSDAT , 3IABCH 28. 1899.
Attorneys at Law.
Rock Island ul Milan.
Rock Mud office
overKrell A Math
t c OOIIILLT. OOSSBLXT
CONNELLY & CONNE1XT,
Attorney M Law.
Moser -loaned- Mee ever Thomas Croc
nrr mtuct of Second aveau and tseven-
JACKSOJA HUKS'J .
Attorney e Law.
wh t- I.n)fU. BOUT. R. RITHOU.
LUDOLPII & REYNOLD.
Attorney at Law.
Money to loss. General legal business. No
tar nuhilM. 170 Second avenue, Bnlora
- D. iwniir.
" SWEENEY &
C. I WALKS.
Attorneys ncd Counsellor! at Law.
Once in Bengaion Block.
CHARLES J. SEARLE,
Counsellor at law. Office in court house.
McENICY & McENlKY,
Attorneys at Law.
Loan money on rood security: make eolleo-
rnt Reference. Miicneu s L.yuuo, uii
frece. Mltcbell A Lynde buuaio-.
JOHN K. SCOTT,
Commercial snd criminal
Mitchell A Lynde building.
F. H. FIRST. M. D.
Physician and Surf eon.
Phone 4 on 137. Office. 888 Twentieth
street. Office boura: 10 to IS a. m.; C to 4 and
7 to C d. m. bunday, 8 30 to UM a. m.; 120 to
Z p. m.
J. A. BALL, M. D.
Pbyslclan and Surf eon.
Office IW7 Second avenue. Residence TOO
...i..iuirth mrfcL Telenhooe 1110. Office
hours from 10 to 12 a m; Iwl p. m; and 7 to 8
p. m. Sundays Kloiua m,
DR. CORA EMERY SEED,
Special attention to diseases of women and
children, also diseases of eye. ear. nose and
throat. Orhce bour-:30 to 14 a. m . 1 to 4 p.
m. IfcJI Sixteenth street. Kock Island.
J. H. BCBKHABT. M. D . . .
. . . MH!. HADA M. BCBKHABT. at. D.
DRS. I5URKHARI" & BURKHART,
Office Tremann block. Office boars 8 to 12
a. m., I to 5 and 7 to 9 p. m. 'fbone No. 4e.
Rratk Island, 111. Might calls answerea irom
C. T. FOSTER, M. V.
Pbyslclan and Surceor.
Office between Third and Fourth avenues on
Twentieth street. Office nour: V to 11 a. m..
Zto4p. tn. and 7 to p.m. Mlgbt calls from
Dli. S. H. MILLER.
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist,
All diseases of horses and cattle treated on
approved principles. Surirtcal operations per
t.irmnl in a scientltic manner. Uotrs treated
All rails DromDtlv attended to. Reaidence,
1!6 Fifth avenue. Telephone 1 on 1S7. OfBoe
and Infirmary. lrtlS-l17 Filth avenue (James
M sucker a stable), oppoalie No. 1 lire house.
DR. II. EMMET STEEN,
Speeiali-.t and expert in .he trentment of
nervous private awl all chronic discuses of
uien itid -rumen.
Hours: 10 to I-. S to 4. to X. Sundays ID to 12.
llArruioD and bcconl streets, opposite new
DR. M. A. 1IOLLINGSWORTII,
Office: Harper House Pharmacy;
DRACK & KERNS,
Architects and Supe -Intend en ta.
fcklnner Block Second floor.
C. L. SU.V1S,
Over KreU A Math's. 1716 Second avenue.
DR. C. V. URA1TON,
Rooms is and IS. Mitebeil - Lynda buUdlar.
Office hours from 8 to It a. tn. and I to p. m
J. T. TAYLOR,
Office hours t to 12 a. m.. 1:90 to 4:30 p sr.
tia r.shtes-ib street. Opookii Ualoa mnm
HENRY GAETJE. Prop.
Cut Flowers and Designs of all KUidA
Clty store, 1807 Second avenue. Telephone
n rtmiM mi yom -rkvtaar jm imn-a
wwv. d r. lor uaaecs. mtiM
Si i i ixii alr sm.
sum. sansas ta Mood. is
omr lor mm. Tak n,M
7. p.iiu m.
Un- emraf-K win?.
In Ao Back? I
inen proDaojy tne iaaneys. j
in no Cbet7
Then probably the lungs.
mmw inn ascMCTIXt
Then probably rheumatism. 1
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 must yield to
5 Immediately after applying it yon
"f ieei its aootnin?, wantinc, siremrui-
It qciets coofestion ; draws out
It is a new plaster.
A new combination of aew
remedies. Hade after new
methods. Entire! unlike any
The Triumph of Modern Medical
The Perfected Product of yean ci
i auent ioil
riacea over we 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 Tomitins; over the
towels, it controls cramps and colic.
i lared over the small of the bark,
it removes all congestion from the
kidneys and great! strengthens
For sale by all Druggists.
J. C Ayer Co, Lowell, Uass.
Rock Island f
& Peoria Railway
EAST and SOUTH.
Leave Rook I.-Jacd.
C. It. 1. & P. Ifepot 8:00 a m 1:40 pm
iX'ih Street Depot KMt a m 1:15 pm
Ar. Peoria ll:oam 4:53 n m
Uloomin vton . . . : : 1:17pm 8:-jj p m
SprliiKtieid.... 3:15 pm fK p m
Decatur 3:20 pm f-Wpm
" IndiaDupolis.... 0:10 pm 3:30 a m
Terre Haute 6:J9 p m
" St. Ixuu 7:i0 p m 6:30 a m
( inclnnuti V:n6pm 7:10 a m
" I.vansyille.. 9:35 pm S tS a m
" Ijui.sville 7:.1u a m
' Dayton 10:23 p m :00 a m
"Columbus rtsm 11:35am
"Nashville e:) a m f:10pm
"Chattanooga ":35pm 5:55pm
" Atlanta 7:3i.i p m 10:30 p m
Lines cast of IVoria carry throuj-h
coaches ami slcerin": cars on nirht
trains to rincip:tl cities.
ticn'l I'ass. Aent,
Kock ian.l. 111.
On Photographic Work
C. E. Smith's Studio.
Ia order to wore thoroughly
introduce our dull finish or
latino work, we have de
cided to reduce the price,
making it an object to all.
Call early, examine work and
place jour order. All work
aaxanteed to be satis fac
tor. Bring in the little
Rooms opposite Hsxoer Horse.
Best Dining Car Service.
FIRE-BUGS! $200 REWARD.
Tim nremfufn oarers of the state are main-
tailing- m, runa oy popular luacriuua troa
which is octree a
Reward of $200
Ri ahe nndersurned aasocJatioa forth arrest
and eon vici-i on of any incendiary la any of the
PBUPESTY OWNEaS rirJB ASSOCIATION
auu iaann, in.
(f IHUDiB 11
On the Issue Of What Was the
Meaning of the Refrigerated
TESTHJOJTY OF SWIFT, OF B03T02T.
Insists That There Was No M Uilnderstand
inf of the Time the Beef Bheald Keep
Sweet His TTaahiniron Ar-nl Is
Eq sally Positive Aboat the Hatter
Never Af-reed That the Meat Should Be
Sweet for Seventy-Two Hours. j
"Washington. March 2S. The court of
inquiry- which is investigating- the .
charges against the canned and re- I
frigerated beef supplied the army last '
rummer began its sessions here again
yesterday at 2 p. m. Two Important !
witnesses expected to be heard are Gen.
Miles and Gen. Eagan. the latter of
whom will be recalleu, probably to tes
tify as to his understanding of the
contract for refrigerated beef and glva
reasons for buying canned meats at
Chicago over the head cf Colonel Smith.
purchasing agent there. E. C. Swift,
vice president of the Swift Packing
company, was the first witness who ap
peared. He is a resident
Mas?., and gives especial attention to
the eastern interests of the company.
He assisted in preparing the contract
for supplying beef for Cuba during the
war, coming to Washington for that
purpose first on th? 2-d or June.
Weut to See General Caa;an.
Swift stated that he started to Wash
ington in response to a request from
General Eagan when it appeared that :
his firm had made the lowest bid for
refrigerated beef. The conversation
with General Eagan on this occasion '
was somewhat general, relating to the
conduct of the business. He was here
only a day, and was told before he left
that the contract would be awarded to
his firm. General Kacan had. however,
stated at that time that he could not
go into details with him until he coul 1
make sme necessary investigation as
to suitable ships. Swift made his sec
ond visit to Washington on the 29th of
June, when the contract was submitted .
to him. He had then made some ob-
Jcctlons to the terms of the agreements
as presented to him.
How Ue Understood the Contracts.
One of these objections was to the
terms which he thought might require
the company to deliver beef by lighter.
complaining that the company could
not reasonably be expected to deliver
except at su h points as had railroads
alongside the wharf. It was also under
stood that beef was to be supplied only
to the port towns, the inland points to
be furnished with berf killed in the
country. They were to keep on hand a
ruflieier.t supply for seventy-two hours'
consumption, this time to be extended
twenty-four hours under special ex
actions. Shore refrigeration was con
templated in all the conversation, and
with the understanding that this was
to be had the company had agreed j
that the quality of the beef should be
maintained for three days and nijrht?.
FLATLY CONTRADICTS GEN. EAGAN.
Ssys the Matter Was Made Perfectly Clear
wlcb the General.
In respon-e to a question from Major
Le?. Swift stated that General Eagan
had during the interview with him men
tioned that be had received some sug
gestions of a process for preserving
meat, but General Eagan did not eo into
details, and did r.ot give the name of
the inventor of the process.
Major Lee then stated that General
Eagan had said in his testimony before
the board that the company had guar
anteed that the beef should be kept good
for seventy-two hours after leaving the
refrigerator either on shipboard or on
shore. To this Swift replied that such
was not his understanding.
"General Eagan says, moreover." con
tinued Major Lee, "that thetwenty-fou.
hour clause got Into the contract
through a clerical error."
'That cannot be so." retorted the wit
ness. "I caused the clause to be inserted.
with the consent of General Eagat
wnen I examtneea the eontract on my
second trip to Washington. June 21. and
'.en I read the document over and
found that it made possible the inter
pretation that mi at must be guaran
tee seventy-two hours from sea or shore
I told General Eagan I did r.ot care
o have such an inference possib e. He
had, not intended the contract to convey
rueh an idea and he was willing to
have it modified.
"To make the meaning perfectly clear
and to provide for the times when th'
meat would have to be issued from the
ship we added at the same time the
twenty-four hour clause to cover such
Chas. E. Barry, special representative
of Swift at Washington, who was pres
ent at the talks bet wee-n Eagan and
Swift, confirmed what Swift said in ev
Continuing bis testimony Carry re
lated that on one day when he was in
General Hasan's office prior to the let
ting of the contract the latter com
plained of the number of people who
were writing letters to him concerning
the "processing" of beef. The general
had then handed him a letter from
Mr. Powell, of New York, who claimed
to have a process for preserving meat,
saying he had shipped beef prepared
under it to southern states. "It struck
me. said Barry, "from General Eagan s
behavior, that he was disgusted at thi
thought. He said he was depending on
the refrigerator beef and would only
deal with those who could furnish It."
After hearing Barry the court held a
brief executive session and then ad
journed for the day.
Trying to Justify th Mardn-.
Bowling Green, O.. March 2K. The
Zeltner brothers said yesterday that
Wettenhaven had goaded them to
desperation by threatening to expose a
crime with which they were charged
in Germany. Thy declare that the
killing of Wittenmeyer, who was among
the crowd that surrounded the Zeltner
house, was accidental, and they very
much regret It. Westenhaven, they say.
had tried to rob them, and they were
not aorry for killing him. He had. they
declared, charged them 1100 for collet t-
Icg a debt of JTi.
FLLLBTJSTERS AEJ3 IIT PZSIL.
la Spite of a Denial from Washington
Names ef the Man.
Washington. March 2S. The state de
partment has received advices from
J Honduras saying- that do Americana
had been arrested and none were Im
periled. A report has reached this coun
try that seven Americans had been ar
rested in that country.
New Orleans. March '8. Referring to
a Washington dispatch to the effect
that the state department has received
advices from Honduras saying that rAo
Americans had been arrested and none
were imperilled, friends of the men who
recently returned to this city report
that the arrests were made in Guate
mala, not in Honduras, although the
latter country is said to have -been in
strumental in the matter. The seven
men are: Colonel Jeffries: Churchill
Guthrie, a newspaper' man; Flourney. a
druggist: Johnson, the barber of the
party; Harris, a machinist: Brett, a
salesman, and Dalrymple and Roberts,
commercial salesmen. These men are
supposed to have been members of the
filibustering party from Kansas City
intending to fight to install General
Vasquei as president cf Honduras.
HE RELEASED THE GIEL.
Seqnel of a Novel Enzssremrnt of Students
1st Michigan l ulvenity.
Trenton. X. J.. March 3. Chancellor ,
McGill yesterday filrd a dcres annull
' ing the marriage of Rachel F. Peele. of
I Jersey City, ana George f. fisher, cn
the ground that there was no actual
marriage ceremony. This decision is !
considered a novel one in point of law. 1
Two years ago Fisher and Miss Peelo
were both students at the University
of Michigan. They became engaged to
be married. According to Miss Peele's I
testimony they went through a marri- I
age ceremony at Toledo to bind the en- I
gagement, but continued to maintain
towards each other the relations of J
single persons. I
Fisher went to Mexico where he still '
is. Recently he wrote that he was ;
not doing well and that he felt that h-i ',
should release Miss Peele from her en- i
gagement. On the strength of this she
instituted proceedings for the annul
ment of the Toledo marriage.
Adjournment Is Uncertain.
Springfield, Ills., March 28. Membersof
the legislature are anxiously counting
the days between now and final adjourn
ment. April 14 has already been fixed (
by a joint resolution originating in the
senate and concurred in by the house.
The question, however, remains in a
state of abeyance from the fact that a '
motion to reconsider the resolution was
entered in the house and made a special
order for April 11.
Trouble with Negro Miners.
Birmingham, Ala., March 28. Negro
miners made an attack on the camp of
the whites at Dolomite, about twelve
miles from her.. shorty after midnight
this morning. The white men returned
the fire and several of the negroes wtre
wounded, none seriously. Sixteen of the
rirg-Ieaders ore in the hands of offirfrs
One More Vlctiiu at Omaha.
Omaha. March S. Mps,. Ed Shrincr,
who was injured In the Patterson blc:k
fire in this -ity last week, died yester
day In terrible agony. She leaves a
husband, and a child'only a few months
old. . Mrs. Shrlner Is the fourth person
to die as a result of her Injuries in the
Chicago Grain and Produce.
Chicago. March 27.'
Following were the quotations on the
Hoard of Trade today:
Wheat Open. High.
May $ ,71V $ .TlVt
$ .71 i $ -724
. .70H .71 .709 -71j
.. .26 .364 .26 .36Vj
.. .'6 .3678 .26'ri .?,
.. .21 .Z-, .37 .37,
'." ".26 '.iY'i '.26'
.. .25 .25 .24 is .25Vs
. 9.27' 9.35 9 25 9.274
. 9.40 9.50 9.37's 9.42i
.. 5.40 5 45 5.40 5.42
. . 5.57Mi 5.57Vi 5.T.5 ' D.55
.. 5.67V, 5.70 S.7', 5.70
.. 4.82Vi 4.85 42'4 4.85
. 4.95 4.97V4 4 H2Vs 4.95
.. 5.05 5.10 5.15 5.07Vi
Produce: Butter Extra creamer
ies. 20H21c per rb: extra dairies. lic;
fresh parking stock, llgl'Vic. Eggs
Fresh stock, 12c per dozen. Dressed
Poultry Turkeys. 9&13c per rb: chick
ens, 9M..10,ic; ducks, 910c: geese. 6w
8vc. Potatoes Common to choice. 57
6V,c per bu. Sweet Potatoes Illinois.
tl.5CiS2.25 per bbl. Apples Common to
fancy, t3.5Cf3.CO per bbl.
Chicago Llv Stock.
Chicago. March 2".
Hogs Estimated receipts for the day.
29.000: sales ranged at $3.2tl'5".65 for
pigs. C.55(?i3.S0 for light, $3.50 3.60 for
rough packing. t3.Ctii3.S5 for mixed,
and tS.tt&S.iiZ-! for heavy packing and
shipping lots. Cattle Estimated re
ceipts for the day. 15.000; quotations
ranged at 5.30j5.73 choice to extra
steers. J4.705.25 god to choice do.. 14.30
4.5 for fair to good. $3.fc50 4.35 common
to medium do.. 3.754.00 butchers'
steers, J4.10(g5.4O fed western steers.
J3.404 .50 feeding steers. $1..5i410
cows. J2.6i&.7u neirers I2..u.u uuk.
oxen and stags. J3.40&4.80 Texas steers.
and $4.005i6.90 veal calves, r-heep ana
Lambs Estimated receipts for the day.
19.000: market active: est lots ruled
steady: common i'WICc lower: quota
tions rsnced at WoCdo.Wi westerns.
J3.25?i5.C0 natives, and J4.50a-Wi iambs.
Milwaukee. March 27.
Wheat Higher: No. 1 northern, 72c;
No. 2 northern. 6K7&71c. Oats Firm;
29ti30ic. Rye Higher; No. 1, 5sc.
Barley Steady; No. 2, 46S4.c; sam
Corn Jf.-tf? 3e.
Hav-Timotbv. W: wild. 7 503JA
S t ra w 4. St &A5.
Butter Fair to choice, I5c: fresh creamery.
Chickens Sprioir. 7c per pound.
Ducks c pr pound.
Turkeys alive, loc per pound.
Coal Soft. I"e.
Cattle liutcbers pay for corn fed steers
4s(ct5c; cows and heifers, 3;-jc&4c; calves
Bewety la Blowd Dee.
Clean blood means a clean skin. No
beauty without it. Caacareta, Candy CatLar
tic clean Your blood and keen it clean, by
stirring tip the Lizy liver and driving ail im-
puntiea from the ooay. IVcgia to-cuy to
banish nirnnJes. boil, blotch, blaekheada.
and that aickly bilious cwnlexioa by taking
Caacareta, beauty (or ten rent. A II dmg
Vw4, MUaUoii guriB.td, iVc, Vie, 50c.
MANY EMPLOYES US PERIL.
Fire In Chicago Fatally Is jo res One Man
and Sis Ars Missing.
Chicago. March 2$. The Armour
Curled Hair and Felt works burned last
evening. Loss. I4D0.0CC; insurance. $300,
C0!. Eleven employes were injured, one
fatally. Four hundred others had a
narrow escape from death. The injurel
are: Jerem'ah Steele, jumped f rem the
third.-story window, will die: Joseph
Kuda. badly burned about the legs anl
body: John Rhodes, leg broken: Georg
Mosher. right shoulder broken; August
Schomberg. ankle, sprained and scalp
wound: George -Schwartz, hands, face
and head burned; Margaret Delehar.ty.
arms and head cut; Nellie McXab.
handsand faced burned; Paul Rcscmier,
burns; Harry Lee. scalp wound.
The employes of the floor on which
the fire started said that a nail which
caught in a "picker" caused friction,
igniting the inflammable material with
which the machines are fed. The flames
spread to the bales of curled hair and
in three minutes the entire floor was
dense with Llindirg black smoke. Men
and women left their posts in a frantio
rush to the exits. Many ran to win
dows' and descended by fire-escapes.
Joremiah Stetle staggered to a window,
swung over the sill and hung by his
fingfr tips. Meanwhile the firemen
stretched a net and shouted to Steele
to drop. He did so, but crashed to th?
Iater it was found that six people
who were in the building are missing,
and while it is not thought all of them
are dfad it is probable that a majority
of them perished. The names of the
missing are: James Flannigan. Wilson
Gillson. Klia Hennilwright, Thomas
Mitchell, Dennis Scheehan and John
H0RM0NISM IN ILLINOIS
Said To Re Making Progress Conference
of Twenty-Six Elders.
Chicago, March 28. Twenty-six Mor
mon elders gathered in a little room
at 143 Lelloyne street yesterday, and
each made a report to the effect that
encouraging progress had been made in
the sowing of seeds of Mormonism in
northern Illinois. .Three hundred mem
bers of the church were represented In
the conference. The Mormon elders,
who have been coming to Illinois from
T'tah since the first church was started
in this state. June, 1X96, say they have
met with no bitter antagonism.
They report that the work has been
successful and that indications point to
greater prosperity for the coming year.
Elder John F. Dorius. one of the Chi
cago elders, is the only member of the
conference who has practiced polygamy.
Elder Dorius had three wives when the
law in 1890 was passed. His first wife
was thereupon chosen as the legal one.
. r-ntitltd to Extra Army fay.
Washington, March 28. In answer to
a letter from, the paymaster general of
the army requesting a decision as to the
class of enflsted men of the regular
army entitled to the benefits of extra
pay on discharge from the army! Comp
troller Tracewell. of the treasury, has
decided that the men who enlisted for
the war only and are entitled to extra
pay are those who went In after the act
of April 26, lS'JS. which authorized the
increase of the regular army.
Strike of Miners Indicated.
Pittsburg. March 2S. Indications
point to a strike of diggers In the thick
vein coal mines of this district. An of
ficial of the I'nited Mine Workers is au
thority for the statement that a suspen
sion of work will occur if the thick vein
operators do not recognize the new dif
ferential. The thick vein operators
bolted the conference of thin vein opera
tors and miners, which yesterday estab
lished the differential at 6.6 cents, in
stead of 13 as heretofore.
Pana Hank Will Liquidate.
I'ana, Ills., March 28. The First Na
tional bank of Pana has served notice
to depositors to call and draw their de
posits, and the bank will voluntaril
close business in thirty days. The bank
officials say that owing to outside busi
ness which the bank directors and offi
cers are engaged in it has been unani
mously agreed upon to close business.
Winter Has lieen Hard on Wheat.
Springfield, Mass., March 28. The
New England Homestead has compiled
a special report from Information re
ceived from correspondents In the entire
wheat belt of the country which shows
that the winter hns been most severe in
the whole territory usually devoted to
Preacher Sued lor Oivorre.
Milwaukee, March 28. Mrs. Anna
Elizabeth Mathews Richardson has be
gun suit for divorce again?t Rev. Henry
Lewis Richardson, pastor of the Con
gregational church at Itacine. alleging
cruelty. The lain! iff is a daughter of
Rev. Sherburne S. Mathews, the retir
ing pastor of Hanover Street Congrega
tional church of this city. They wer-i
n:arriecj June 8 c:r last year.
Crime Done Over Woman.
Pana, Ills., March 28. The coroner's
jury is hearing evidence in the case of
Lindsey Duncan, the negro who was
killed Sunday morning. He quarreled
with Ike Scott, another negro, over a
woman. Friends took sides and half a.
dozen men were shot and more or less
seriously wounded. Scott is charged
with the murder, but Is still at large.
President t'.a Itoute Honie.
Thomasville. Oa.. March 28. Presi
dent ajid Mrt. McKinley and party left
here at 3:12 p. m. yesterday for Wash
ington, where ihey will arrive a little
before 5 p. m. today. Miss Ruth Hanna
drove the president to thestation where
a crowd of about 2,000 persons had Con
gregated. Senator Hanna was the last
to bid the president good-bye.
Appointments In the C ensus Har.au.
Washington. March 28. Profefsor
Walter F. Wilcox, of ornelI university,
has been appointed chief statistician of
Ihe census bureau, and William P. Pow
ell, of this city, will conduct the exam
ination of applicants for positions under
Death of an Insane Kiahop.
Ft. Louis. March 28. Bishop Peter
Duggan died at St. Vincent's Asylum
for the Insane yesterday, aged 74 years.
He had been a patient at the institution
Kitty Wannemac.'.er, aged 15 years,
was sttot and fatally wounded at Fan
Franciaeb hy her foster brother, Joseph
Miller. 19 years old, -While lhe young
ruaa waa EiAjans- kishwayaiAn, .
A 11 headaches arc a man
ifestation of nervous dis
order, caused hy over
work, indigestion or excesses.
Relieves the Pain
incident to uny of these
eonci ions by equaliz-
. log the circulation and
seiating the nerves.
Free samples at ail Rock
Island drUKk'ists. tX
CHAS. E. HODGSON .
Fire Insurance Agency,
Traders Ins. Co., - - Chicago, 111.
Union Ins. Co. Philadelphia, Pa.
Rockford Ins. Co. - - Rockiord, 111
Security In", Co. - New Haven, Conn.
State Ins. Co. - - - Rockiord, 111.
Office, Room S, Buford block. Rate
aalowas oonalaient with security.
J. M. Buford.
The old Fire and
Losses Promptly Paid.
-Rate as low as any
ean anora. Your
patronage la solio-
FIRE, LIGHTNING . . .
Protect your homes
by Insuring in Re
nies. Call on or address
C. R. Chamberlin,
Mitchell A Lynde Block.
Represents the following well
known fire and Accident Insur
Rochester German Ins Co Rochester, N Y
German " Ktecport. Ill
Buffalo German " Buffalo, N Y
Reliance " Philadelphia
German Fire Peoria, 111
New Hampshire ' .... Manchester, N H
Mlwaukee Mechanics " Milwaukee, Wis
Fidelity and Casualty " New York
OSlce corner Eighteenth street and
Second avenue, second floor.
You need one today, and all the time. The muddy water
may be full of sickness.
Take no chances but have one put In at once.
DA VIS CO.
112-114 West Seventeenth Street.
JODM M. PARIOOM.
PAIDON & . SON
PAINTERS AND DECORATORS,
Paperh angers, Calclmlners, Etc,
Shop 419 Seventeenth SU - liuck Island
THE TRAVELERS' OUIDK
'HICAGO, ROOK ISLASD A PACIFIC BAIL
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UKIP depot, comer fifth avsns and Thirty-
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ID wsy Depot first avast and lxtseaU
street. M J Tonng. Afrent.
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St Ia., Pprluirflelcl, Peoria.
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Daily. tDslly except Sunday.
CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE A 8T PAUL Rail
way Rscino A noothwastsrn DlTlnioa .
Depot Twentiotn street, between first and Seeond
avenues. L U Greer. Agent.
If all ant Bzorera.. ...... ....
ft Psnl &xpress
Freight snd Accommoast'.on
Dally except oonday.
RUCK Iel.ANI) A PBOR'A RAILWAY
Dopct First Avrnna and Twentieth street.
R Stockaonee. Oen'l Tkt Agent.
Bprlogfleld, Cincinnati, Peo
Peoria, BpriDgfleld, St Lonir
1 :45 pm
AeomodaUnn Fast Freight.
peons. Hprlniruela. Cincin
Pearls Arcora. BVelght ..
Cable snd Sherrsrd Accom.
Csh'e snd Sbnrrard aecom . .
Passenger trains leave C K I A P (Mollns
avenno) depot live (5) minute earlier tbsn time
Sven. Trams marked daily, all other train
illy except tfnndar.
Quickest time made by any
line. Reduced Rates to
Tat-ilie Coast l'oints.
Home Seekers and other
Excursions cheap as c!it'n
est. For particulars einjuiro
M. J. YOUNG, Agent.
H. D. MACK, IX V.
The only Cement that is not clTctted
by heat or moisture.
Otto (Irotj.m. 1501 Second Ave.
A J. liiess, 2i.'29 Fourth Ave.
J. M. Keim, 7th Ave. and 88th St
Otto Rudert, Itlh Ave. and Kim St
BILLY CATTON S
White Seal saloon
- KUarvrnr1 saavavtina.
BEKBT A. PAKIUOH