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THE AUGTJS. FBIDAY, JUXE 23, 1899.
McCASKKIN & McCASKRIN,
Attorneys at Ui
RofkMut and Milan. Roc Talma ofBee
overKrell A Maths store. Milan office on
& COSTWSI.I.T. - D. OOIIIUT
Attorneys at Law.
Money loaned Office oyer Thomas' dru
store, corner of Second avenue and Seven
teenth street. ' -1
Attorneys at Law.
OfBee In Bock Island National Bank Bulld
og. WM L, I.UDOI.PH. BOBT. B. US THOLES.
LUDOLPH & KEYNOLDS,
Attorneys at Uw.
Money to loan. General legal bualnea. No
tary public 1706 Second avenue, Buford
. D. SBT. C t. WiLIII.
SWEENEY & WALKEB,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law.
Office In Bencston Block.
C J- HIARI.r,
O. B. M A B.SHALX.
State's Attorney. ::::
SUA RLE & MARSHALL,
Attorneys at Law.
Transact a general legal business.
McENIRY & McENLRY,
Attorneys at Uw,
Lean money on rood security: make eolleo
cns. Reference. Mitchell A Lynde, bankers,
rtnee. Mitchell A Lynde building.
JOHN K. SCOTT,
Commercial and criminal law. Room 4,
MltcbeU A Lynde building.
F. II. FIRST, M. D.
physician and Sure eon.
Pbone 4 on 137. Office, SM Twentieth
street. Office hours: 10 to 12 a- m.; a to 4 and
7 to 8 p.m. buuday, 8:30 to 8:30 a. m.; 1:80 to
t p. m.
J. A. BALL, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon,
Office 107 Second avenue. Residence 800
wenty-fourth street. Telephone 1110. Offloe
hours from 10 to 12 a m: 3 to 4 p. m; and 7 to 8
p. m, Sundays 9 to 10 a. m.
DR. CORA EMERY REED,
Special attention to diseases of women and
Children, also diseases of eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office hour S:30 to 12 a. m.. 1 to 4 p.
m. J1 Sixteenth street. Rock Island.
BUB ART, M . D . . .
. MBS. HADA M. BOBIBABI. M. D.
DRS. BURKUART & BURKHART.
Oflce Tremann Mock. Office hours 8 to IS
a. ro., I to 5 and 7 to p. m. 'l-none No. 40wi
Rock Island, 111. Nlht calls answered from
C. T. FOSTER, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Office between Third and Fourth avenues on
Twentieth street. Office hours: 0 to 11a.m.,
itotp. m. and 7 to 0 p.m. Nlg-b calls from
office. Phone 40H4.
DR. S. II. MILLER,
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist,
All diseases of horses and eatUe treated on
approved principles. Surgical operations per
formed In a scientlfle manner. lors treated.
All call promptly attended to. Residence,
12 Fifth avenue. Telephone 440I. Office
and lnnrtnarv. 11.V1I7 Fourth avenue
( viauoker's stable), opposite No. 1 fire house.
DR. II. EMMET STEEN.
Specialist and expert in the treatment ot
nervous, private aud all chronic diseases of
nit-n and women.
Hours: 10 to IS. S o 4, 6 to 8. Sundays 10 to IS.
Harrison and Second streets, opposite new
DR. M. A. HOLLINGSWORTU,
Office. Harper IIou.se Pharmacy. KI-btcalls
C. L. SILV1S,
Over Krell A Math's, 1716 Second avenue.
DR. C. W. GRAFTON.
Rooms 13 and IS. Mitchell A Lynde bull dine.
Office hours from 8 to IS a. m. and 1 to p. m
J. T. TAYLOR,
Ofllee hours to IS a- m . 1:30 to 4:30 p. m.
119 tUxkteeeth street. Opposite Union offlee
DRACK t KERNS,
Architects and Superintendent.
Skinner Block Second Boor.
HENRY GAETJE. Prop.
Out Flowers and Designs ot all Kinds.
Oty store, 1807 Second avenue. Telephone
' - - - ir rirrM"vA n a s
TV Is to see to it that her
l Fl If nil children begin early in
I! if 111 If Bll ,,fe " shampoo their
KW 8U El HJI heads regularly once a
ry week. In each in
stance, after the bair
is thoroughly dry, some mill, health giving
tonic should be applied to the scalp to aid
nature in creating the best pow-ible growth
of uniformly colored, lustrous, healthy hair
the most imiioriant feature in the make-up
of beautiful women and handsome men.
For more than fifteen years, tlie
7 Sutherland Sisters'
Scalp Cleaner ?t
fins stood at t,e apex of all shampoo washes,
while the " fl air Gkowfr " hits lut-n eUal
ly sucuGtful in its efforts to rvturn the
injured scalp mid alimt lifeless hair to
Uieir original liealtlifulue.
SOLD BV DRI-COISTTS.
r. H. THOMAS,
Comer Seccnd Avenue and Seventeenth St
Estate of Charles J. Ion?, deceased.
The undersigned, having been appointed
administratrix of theestu'eof Chars . Long,
late of the county of Rock Island, state of Illi
nois, deceased, hereby gives notice that they
will appear before the county court of Rock
I.slund county, at the county court room, in the
'..ity of Kock Lsland, at the Augu t term, on the
first Monday in adl'IM next, at which time
all persons bavin? claims againxt said estate
are notified and requested to attend, for the
purpose of havini; the same adjusted.
All persons indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to the
Dated this 2nd day of Jue, A. D. 1899.
MAKI4 M. lill.VO 1 AilmlnklFllrit
Mart L. Silvis. f Administratrix.
Estate of Timothy Sexton, deceased.
The undersigned bavin? oeen appointed ex
ecu tr rs of the last will and testament of Timo
thy Sexton, late of the countv of Hock Island,
state of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice
that tbev will appear before the county
court of Rock Island county, at the county
court room. In the city of Hoc it Isiand. at the
August term, on the first Monday in Auifust
next, at which time all persons having
claims against said estate are notified, and
requested to at tend, 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 23d day of May. A. D. 1890.
John 1. Sexton.
Maky A. Sexton.
State of Illinois. t
County of ICock lland. '
Count v court of Hock Island co jnty, to the
July term. A. I. 1HVJ.
John (Jroiren. administrator of the estate of
Ann Conway, deceased, vs. John Conway
and unknown heirs of Ann Conway, de
ceased. Petition to st 11 real estate to pay
Affidavit of the unknown residence of the
unknown h"irs of the said Ann Con war. de
ceased, defendants above named, having been
filed in theotneeof theclerkof the county court
of Kock Istand county, notice is hereby given
to the said unknown heirs of the said Ann
Conway, deceased, that the said plaintiff. John
flrotfen. administrator of the est:iie of Ana
Conwav. deceased, has tilei his jK'tition in the
said county court of Hock Ishind county for an
order to sell the premises hclouuing lo the es
tate of said deceas-d. or so much of it as may
be needed to pay the debts of said deceased,
and descnbeil as foil ws. to wit: Lot number
four ( 1), in block number three (3). in Ilailey
Davenport's fourth (4th) addition to Ihe cit v
of Hock 11 ind in the county of Rock Island and
state of Illinois, and that a summons has been
issued out of said court aitainst you. returna
ahleut tbe.luly term. A I. ls-i.of said curt. t
be holdeu n the 3rd day of July A. IJ. lHyt. at th"
court house in hock Island, iu Kock Island
Now. unless you. the said unknown
heirs of the said Ann Conway, deceased,
shall personally be and appear before the
said county courtof Hock Island county, on
the lirst day of the next terra thereof, to be
holden at Kock Island in said county, on the
3rd day of July. If., and plead, answer or
demur to the said complainant's petition tiled
therein, tbesame and the matters and things
therein cbsrifed and stated will be taken as
confessed, and a decree entered against you
according to the praverof said bill.
Uock Island. 111.. May -7. A. I) ll'..
Uenkt HcuuAKii. Clerk.
Seaki.e & MailshaiAh Complainant's Solicitors.
The only Cement that is not effected
by heat or moisture.
Otto Grotjan. 1501 Second Ave.
A. J. Kiess, 2-2-9 Fourth Ave.
J. M. Keim, 7th Ave. and 38th St
Otto Rudcrt. 5th Ave. and Elm St
John Yolk & Co.,
Builders : : :
ALSO MANUFACTURERS OF
Sash, Doors, Blinds and Mouldings;
Veneered and Hard Wood Floor
ing All Kinds.
Single and Double Strength Window
Glass. Polished Plate, Beveled
Plate and Art Glass.
sHrtteenth ROCk Island.
Mcif s Nerverine Pills
. i M . - f
4- an netvouf
nuuiuiDuiuiiuU' gans ct citner
so, rjch as Nervous Prcstration, Failing or
lost rvl- nhood Impotency, Nightly Emis
sionsy Youthful Errors, Mintil Worry, ex
cessive use of Tobacco or Opium, which
lead to Consumption and Insanity. 51.00
per box by mail: 6 boxes for 55.00.
MOTTS CKLKICAl CO, Prep's, Qersland, Ohio.
For sale by M. P. Bahnsen. druxirlat, corner
Fourvh arenue and TweaueUi svreek.
Cleveland Strikers Reject a Set
tiement Agreed to by
WILL MAZE A NEW PROPOSITION.
Company Offers to Take Rack at Once 80
I'er Cent, of the Striker Mure Attarka
on Cars aud Their Crewm Indications of
a Brewing Strike In the SUwk Yards at
Chicago Del Kwhem Carriage Kidius
Developments at KvansTille.
Cleveland. Jar.e 2S. The hepe of a set
tlement of the street railway Ftrike was
shattered last night when the strikers
at a meeting rejected by a unanimous
vote the proposition submitted by the
company to the special committee of thi
city council, ar.d to which the strikers'
committee asrreed yesterday afternoon.
The proposition of the company states
that it is ready and willing to take back
Intj its employment, as it has ever been,
such of its tmployes as its business de
mands, aggregating at the present time
SO per cent, of such tmployes, and as
vacancies occur will give preference tj
such former employes, excepting always
those that have committed unlawful
acta against the company, its property
or employes during the present Etrike. It
was generally believed after the confer
ence of the representatives of the com
pany and the committee of strikers was
concluded that the end of the strike
we u'.d come this morning, and the action
of the strikers last night came as a sur
prise. After rejecting the proposition
of the cfmpany the strikers began the
w rk of drawing up a proposition of
tht ir own which will lie submitted to
tho oour.cil committee today.
Two Arnaults on Street Carff.
Meanwhile the rioting goes on daily.
The- tracks on several lines again were
found piled high with obstruc tions when
cars began running yesterday morning.
In the afternoon a crowd of 200 men at
ta ked two Cedar avenue cars at ti e
coi ner of Cedar and Kast Madison ave
nues. All the windows in the cars were
smashed with stones. A woman passen
ger in one of the cars was hit with a
stone, but not seriously hurt. The mo
torman, J. H. Small, of Chicago, was
hit in the? head and knot ked down with,
a brick. The police dispersed the mob.
I-a'.e in the afternoon a man boarded a
Kuclid avenue car down town, sarur-k
tie niotorman several times in the fae
with his fist, and then escaped before
the police could catch him. The motor
man was fo bacly injured that it w:t.-
necessary to call a physician to a'.tei.d
him at the barns.
lm.CIIUK ASKED TO LEAVli
Labor Leader Declines and Will Stay at
Kvanstllte After the Kioters.
Kvnr.sville, Ind . June 23. The vic
tims of the riot of the striking miners
on last Tuesday midnight are still alive,
but the death of James II. Moore and
John Phillips is expected at any time.
Moore Is a Knight Templar and a man
of high standing. The grand jury is now
investigating the affair, and arrests are
expected. AVednesday r.ight a commit
tee composed of several citizens called
on National Committeeman Fred
Ditcher and requested him to leave the
city, under severe penalty if he failed.
Dilcher made the following statement:
1 will not leave the city under any
circumrtar.ces, and I believe the officers
will protect me in my rights. I have as
mui h right here as the citizens of
Evansville. I came here to conduct an
honorable fight for the miners of south-
"Every morning I have a
bad taste in my mouth; my
tongue is coated ; my head
aches and I often feel dizzy.
I have no appetite for breakfast
and what food I eat distresses
me. I have a heavy feeling in
my stomach. I am getting so
weak that sometimes I tremble
and my nerves are all unstrung.
I am getting pale and thin. I
am as tired in the morning as
What does your doctor say?
" You are suffering from im
What is his remedy? . Q
You must not have consti
pated bowels if you expect the
Sarsaparilla to do its best work.
But Ayer's Pills cure constipa
tion. We have a book on Paleness
and Weakness which you may
have for the asking.
WrUm to ow Oocfon.
M I mm
K tiun. V
H in your
Fvrhap you -would lTka to consult
eminent physician about ywir condi
tion. Wn us rr-tT all tho part'colar
in your caa. Von will rsccirs a craust
Address. DR. J. C. ATER,
"aw -aw m mm Pk. 1 "fc. a-a
ern Indiana, and nothing can Crive me
away. If I am killed It will be in a
good cause. We did not provoke the
tight of Monday r.ight, and are in no
way responsible for it. In my opinion
it will not be necessary for the state
militia to be called here."
Two mines in the city are working
with non-union forces the Ingle and
the First Avenue mines. The digers are
greatly alarmed over the affair of Mon
day, ar.d may come out. The operators
cf the city refuse to discuss their plans
for the future. The Sunnyside mine has
been closed until the strike is settled.
President Huston said yesterday morn
ing he would not try ar.d resume opera
tions, cs he feared hisi men would not
be protected. It is rumored here that
the operators are trying to cause the
arrest of National Committeeman Dil
cher on the charge of causing the riot
of Monday night.
While all is quiet here the police are
ordered to be ready at a moment's no
tice to quell any disturbance which may
arise. National Committeeman Dilcher
and several of the operators were before
the grand jury. Prosecutor A. J. Clark
has given out the following statement:
"We expect to have those who caused
the riot under arrest before twenty-four
hours. We are fully investigating the
affair, and the guilty shall not go un
punished." STOCK VARUS STRIKE THREATENED.
Demands for Higher Wages Made of the
Big Chicago Meat Men.
Chicago, June 23. What threatens to
become a general strike at the stock
yards began when 400 butchers and plat
form men left their work, demanding
an increase of 23 cents a day in wages.
Later sixty more men joined the strik
ers, and although the managers of the
different firms said to be affected by the
trouble say matters have been settled
satisfactorily the leaders of the strikers
ay the trouble has but begun and will
spread. In a few weeks it is thought it
will involve nearly all the houses at the
The trouble is said to have begun in
the packing house of Nelson Morris &
Co. when 00 platform men and truck
handlers went out and demanded that
their wages be raised from $1.50 to $2 a
day. The managers of this firm said
that the demand of the men had been
granted nr.d that all had returned to
their work. Manager Meeker, of Ar
mour & Co., said his firm had not been
involved in the trouble, although 100
men of that establishment were re
ported to have joined the men from
Morris" Wednesday. Seventy-five lard
refiners from LUnon & Co.'s house went
out, as did sixty men from Swift & Co.
The managet s of the Lipton establish
ment say that there has been no strike
among their trcn. but that fifteen or
twenty have Quit.
Consirt?able trouble was feared when
a crowd of negroes was brought in to
take the place of the strikers. The sight
of the negroes aroused the anger of the
strikers and several special policemen
from the stock yards station were sent
to the yards to prevent serious trouble.
A general meeting of the men has been
called for Sunday.
Negro Miners in Kansas.
Pittsburg, Kan., June 23. geventy
four more colored coal miners and
twelve women from the south arrived at
Fleming yest r'jay and were put inside
the company's stockade. The strikers
attempted to prevent them from going
inside, but company agents were ex
pecting a demonstration and hurried
them inside before the strikers could get
to them. Public sentiment condc-mnsthe
company bringing colored people here
from the south.
Situation at Pana.
Pana, Ills., June 23. Springside mine
was cloned yesterday for repairs. This
mine has been operated exclusively by
negroes anel it is reported will remain
closed for six months. Since the troops
have been recalled and the orders of
Colonel Culver prohibiting the sale and
discharge of fireworks in the city on
Independence day have been revoked,
the movement for a big celebration has
Debs Will Hide on a Dray.
West Superior. Wia, June 23. Eugene
V. Debs, the labor leader, who will bii
in West Superior next week to lecture,
has written to the local committee of
the Trades and Labor assembly that he
will refuse to ride in a carriage from
the train to the hotel and to the build
ing where he will speak. His instruc
tions are to have a dray for his bag
gage, and he will ride on the dray.
lMnm ot 1'ropcrty at ew Richmond.
New Richmond, Wis., June 23. The
revised estimates of loss by storm here
are as follows: Two hundred and fifty
residences, 1375,000; loss on business
block ar.d stock of goods, ISOO.000. Minor
losses, furniture, horses, etc.. and count
ing in very serious loss of city hall,
waterworks, electric light plant, etc.,
will bring the aggregate loss fully up to
$1,250,000. The death of Ward S. Oouid
brings the total number of victims of
the tornado up to 112.
Vnitcil States Soldiers Move.
Santiago de Cuba. June 23. In corsf
quence of the outbreak of yellow fever
the garrison of United States troops
here has been removed from the old
Spanish barracks to a comfortable camp
in the hills on the road to El Moro. Thus
far four soldiers have died of the fever,
and there are eighteen cases in the hos
pitals. President Takiug a Kest.
Adams, Mass.. June 23. President Mc
Kiniey with Mrs. McKinley and their
friends, who reached here Wednesday
and who will be the guests of W. B.
Plunkett for a wee-k, had a quiet, restful
day yesterday. During the afternoon
the president "took in" a base ball
Tho bilk list Epoch. '
Mrs. Greathead I want a silk hat
for my husband and one for my son.
Hatter I didn t know they wore
Mrs. Greathead Tbev haven't here-'
tofore, but now my bod is growing bis
first mustache and my husband's taking
an interest in politics. Philadelphia.
If two tuning-forks of the same pitch
are placed facing each other, the one
sounding, the other silent, in a few sec
onds the silent one will be giving out is
distinctly audible note.
Pens to the number of 3,000,000 are
used throughout the world every day in
the weei. .
HELPS THE PLUMBER.
The Horn Rat Eats Quantities of Lead
PI pat and Creates Sewer Gas.
One of the most persistent and de
structive assistants the plumber has is
the bonse rat. A rat can eat out plumb
ing as fast as an average honest man
can pay for it. To a rat a greasy lead
pipe is a toothsome njorcean. When a
hungry rat forsakes the barn and finds
his way into tho cellar cf a house and
thence up through the walls to the
space between the floors, the first thing
he tackles is the greae on the outside
of a lead waste pipe. If he finds other
food shortly thereafter, he spares the
pipe, otherwise he eats the pipe and tho
water escapes through to the ceiling
below and ruins the plaster. The plumb
er is sent for and repairs tho leak, but
he doesn't tell what caused it.
Once upon a time a rat was "hoist
by his own petard, " so to speak. Ho
got into a house and found his way to a
lead pipes, on which he tried his teeth.
It was pleasant chewing and put a fine
edge on his teeth, so he continued. Soon
he had eaten a large hole iu the pipe
and a stream of scalding water poured
forth. Before he could escape he had
been scalded to death, to say nothing of
being drowned. But ho had the satisfac
tion of knowing that he had mined a
fine ceiling and that the carpet under
neath it had been soaked full of lime
water. There is no great loss without
somo small gain.
Jnst to show what they could do,
some rats once ate CO feet of lead pipe
under a bathroom and over the kitchen
of a big hotel in this city. Tho floor of
the bathroom was marble and under it
was a fireproof floor made of iron beams
and hollow tiles. The pipes were laid
in the space between the floor and tho
girders. Rat wero attracted thereto by
the odors from tho kitchen. They met
the lead pipes. When their appetites
wero satisfied, the space was filled with
Rats liko to eat drain pipes from
kitchen sinks because they are lined
with grease. Tho only way to koep
them away is to pack the pipes with
mineral wool. Mineral wool is a sub
stance made of fnrnaco slag through
which a jet of air has been forced while
it cooled. Tho mineral wool gets into
tho eyes of tho rats and drives them
away. Modern plumbers discourage rats
by laying iron instead of lead pipes.
Rats, strange to say, are great breed
ers of seWer gas. They gather up bones
aud scraps of meat about tho kitchen
yard and carry them np into the rafters
between floors and ceilings. The pres
ence of this plunder is sooner or later
discovered by the odor, aud tho plumber
is sent for to discover whence tho sewer
gas comes. It is not always well to tell
the housekeeper the truth.
Thus it is tho humble brown honso
rat helps his friend the plumber earn
an honest livelihood, and tho plumber
thauks him iu his own gentle way.
Kansas City Star.
Chicago Grain aud Produce.
Chicago, June 22.
Following were the quotations on the
Board of Trade today:
Wheat Open. High. Low. Close.
July $ .74, $ .75i $ .74 $ .757-s
September ... .76 .77 -J.!Vs
December .77 .7SV .77 .78
September ... .34
December ... .34
September ... .21
May 24 s
July R 20
September ... 8.40
September ... 5.12
SeDtember ... 4.S2V4
Produce: Sutter Extra creameries,
18c per tb: extra dairies. 15Sj15.c;
fresh packing stock, 104 104c. Eggs
Fresh stock. 12'12V6e per dozen. Live
Poultry Turkeys, 6t7c per lb; chick
ens. Stifle: spring. 17fi24c; ducks, 7faSc
per lb; geese, $3.505.0t) per dozen. Po
tatoesCommon to choice. 30fe3.".c per
bushel. New Potatoes $2.00!&2.50 per
bbl. Apples Common to fancy. $4.00
7.00 per bbl. Strawberries Michigan,
fair to choice, 85(g$1.25 per 16-qt. case.
Black raspberries, $1. COT 1.50 per 24-pt.
case. Blackberries $1.50 2.00 per 24-qt.
; Chicago Lire Stock.
Chicago. June 22.
Hogs Estimated receipts for the day.
40.000: saies ranged at $:',.::o' :;.75 for
pigs. $:(.651i3.90 for light. $:.."5ri 3.65 for
rough packing. $3.65? 3.85 for mixed, and
$:'703 8o for heavy packing and ship
ping lotp. Cattle Estimated receipts
for the day. 10.000: quotations langed at
$r..255i 5.50 choice to extra steers. $4.90((
5.15 good to choice Io.. $4.6i"&4.75 for
fair to good. $4,2544.5') common to me
dium do., $4.20(W4.10 butchers' steers.
$4.50S.35 fed western steers. $3.8015.15
feeding steers, $2.25!fi4.40 cows, $3.00Si5.05
heifers. $2.e0f4.40 bulls and oxen. $3.7oi
4.65 stags, $4.00&5.00 Texas steers, and
$1.5017.50 veal calves. Sheep and Lambs
Estimated receipts for the day. 12.000;
quotatir.r.s ranged at $4.2."fa5.40 west
erns. $3.25S5.30 natives, and $4.3517.00
Wheat Stronger; No. 1 northern. 76
77c; No. 2 northern, 7.-f75Vc. Cern
Steady: samples. 30& 35c ltye Firm;
No. 1, eOVfcc. Barley Firm; No. 2, 42c;
Spring Lamb "i503.50 per head.
lluy Timothv. Ill; wild, I7.50&8.
Straw I4..t "Cts.
Pot aloes Sf-'&.HSe.
Butter Choice to fair, 10c: fresh creamery,
Chicken 7c per pound.
Duclo c per pound.
Turlcevs Live, 10c per round.
CatUe Butchers pay for con-fed staer.
4V(5cftc cows and heifers, 3!4gj;tc; calves. 5&
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Haie Always Bought
Subscribe for Thk Abqcb.
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to talk to women about the merits of
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H get a woman who knows as well as I f
g do how "Best" Tonic will build one 1
up, and who has enough earnestness to
H tell them about it, you would certainly H
H have largely increased sales. There is g
H Mrs. , who was as thin as she could
g be, and her poor little baby, puny and j
H undeveloped. I told her about "Best"
Tonic. In three weeks you ought to f
H see the difference. The improvement g
H is something great; mother and baby 3
g both feel it and show it." g
S At ell drug stores S
CHAS, E. HODGSON . .
Fire Insurance Agency,
Traders Ins. Co., - - Chicago, HI.
Union Ins. Co. - Philadelphia, Pa.
Rockford Ins. Co. - - Kockford, 111
Security Ins, Co. - New Uaven, Conn.
State Ins. Co. - - - Bo kf ord, 111.
Office, Room 8, Buford block. Rates
aslowaa oonsigteni wlUi eourlty.
J. M. Buford.
f be old Fire and
Losses Promptly Paid.
-Rates as ow as any
can afford. Your
patronage is solic
ited. GEO. WAGNER, Jr.
Represents the following well
known Jflre and Aocldent Insur
Rochester German Ins Co..
....Rochester. N Y
Huflulo, N Y
..Manchester, N H
Buffalo German ..
German Fire ' ..
Na Hampshire " ..
Milwaukee Mechanics " ..
Fidelity and Casualty
Office oomer Klghterath street and
Second avenue, teoond floor.
FIRE, LIGHTNING . . .
Protect your homes
by Insuring in Re
nies. Call oa or address
C. R. Chamberlin,
Mi toll ell Lynda Block
Notice to Stockholder.
Notice ia hereby tiven to thct-cUhlldf:i-H of
the Htmie Huiidin acd Loan ;i--tM.-iatlon of
Kock L-luiid that a meeting of d fciockhi.ld
cn will be held at the oftlce of tue senietary
of said amoclation. on 1 burkday evenicK. Jum
JH. lews, at 7iW o clock, for the pm poneof decl
ine directors of sale! aaMciinion and for the
transaction of such otber bu.s'ne- an may
come before the meeiin.
fJexar Cabk, Preildent.
K. A. lXjSAUJSOfi, becretary.
Pabst Malt Extract, The f
"Best" Tonic. There g
are so many women that
are run down,with nerves f
shattered, with a lack of g
vitality, feeling a sort
of restless indecision H
which is an outgrowth s
THK TBAVKLEBS' GUIDE
CHICAGO, KOCK ISLAND St FACIKIO RAIL
1 way Tlcbc'e can b. purchased or btgv
:beeked at K I A V Twentieth street depot, or
0 U la F depot, corr.or Fifth aveune and TMrty
Irst tr.t, Frank H Flummur. A Kent.
OenTer Limited A Omaha.... t 3:
Kt Worth. Denver tt O.... it h:
Mlnneapo ia t t
Oraatia and Dos Volnoi t K
(Omaha A HinncapoMs tu
Omaha A D MoifS Rx .... 7
(Denver, Lincoln A Omaha.. 11
Denv.ir. Lincoln A Omaha. . . 'i
De Moim-n Kxnrrpg tl.
iiifi am tm
:VI am w
: am tin
r.K Kill 4 1
:l l pa
:in am t a
:l m t (1
Rock Inland A Ourcnu Ac. .. liJ4 :l pm
Paul A Minneato Is II : r am t !
Denver, Kt Worth A K O... S:'! am til)
tfiancarMty xt J e rvnvcr H :lil pm t S
fBock Island A WHhnvuui I l I ..VI piu t S
Chirac o A VW t Lib riy t 9:i.- i.m t S
Knck Toland A B-ooKlv.i Ac. J 6:36 pm t T
(On aha and Kec k la'mul . . ) S
:) . m
Arrival. tDenarfnro. Dally, azo.pt 8nriv.
Dally except Saturday. All others daily. Tele
BTJKLINOTON FOTJTB-O B O KAIL
way Depot First aveons sod Aurtaanta
treat, at 3 YoLng, A-ent.
St. Scrlnefleld. Peoria.
Unr. Qain. via Monaioutb 7:00 am T 21pm
Obiearo, Mterllng, Clinton a I
Duhuqne t 7:40 am t 8 40 pa
reoria, nea'aaiown. Bor-i
llnKton, Denver AWost.
St. fanl A Minneapolis .
i 2:15 pm til :M am
7:60 pm S:16 ans
Sterling. C li ton A Dabnqnej
7:6U pm y a:iu am
A Fac. Coast via Galop b'rg 7:10 pm 6 85 am
Daily. tDally except Sunday.
CHICAGO. MILWATKKK A 8T PAUL Kail
way Kacme A Sontbwostern Divlsloa
Depot Twentieth a'reet, between First and Second
avennes. L H Greer, AKcnt,
TRAINS Lsavs Aamva
Kali anl Express 7:j am :1H am
at Paul Express 4:0(1 pm ll:0au.
freight and Accommodation 8:00 am H.tOan.
Dally except Sunday.
UL'K IHLAND A PBOH1A RAILWAY
Uepct First Avenne and Twentieth streak
R Blockhouse, Gen'l Tkt Agent.
TRAINS. Lsavt. Aaarye.
Springfield, Cincinnati, Peo
ria, etc 10:19 am
Peoria, Springfield, Bt Loals
etc fliOS am (:4P pm
accomodation Fart Freight. 10:10 kin
Peoria, Bprlngfield, Cincin
nati, etc 1:45 pm 11:15 an
Peoria Accom Freight 7:10 pm lr'A era
Shcrrard Accomodation 5:00 am 4:W pm
Cnble Accomodation 8:40am 3:20 pm
Cab'e and Bherrard Aecom.. 8:30 pm 7:66 am
Passecrer trains leave C B I A P (Mollre
avenue) depot five (C) minatns earlier than time
iven. Trains marked daily, all other traits
dally exceut Buniiay.
Colon a Sand
Sawed building stone,
Ashlar and Trimmings
For cheapness, durability ami
beauty exi::ll;d by none. This
stone docrt not wash or :olor the -wall
with alkali, etc. Plan sent
us for estimates will receive
careful attention and be returned
promptly at our expense.
Quarries 12 miles from Itoi-k
Ibland on the C. I. & Q. 1L It.
Trains Nos. 5 and 10 will top
and let visitors off and on.
Bridge stone, corn crib
blocks, and foundation
stone, any size desired.
S.-tmpk'S of Stcne and Photos of
buildings can be seen at Jlooiu
So. 12, Mitchell & Lyude's build
in g. Address:
ARTHUR BURRALL, Manager.
Rock Island or Colona, I1L