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THE AT? GUTS, OXDAT, JULY J, 1899.
McCASKIUN & MOCASKBIN.
Attorneys at Law.
Rock Mind ud Mllir. Boek Tatacd fflee
OrerKreU Maura si re. iuih wuw
a ooaitsur. o- oobixt
CONNELX.Y A CONNELLY,
Attorneys at Lw.
Money loaned Office o-rer Thomu' dro
tore, corner ol Second avenae ut Seven
JACKSON & HURST,
A ttoraeya t Law.
Office In Bock bland National Bank BuOd
WM. L LCOOLTB. BOOT. B KkTVOLCS.
LUDOLI'II & REYNOLDS,
Attorneys St Law.
Money to losn. General leg-sl business. No
tary public. 1706 beeogd avenue, Uuford
m. a iWBsssT. 0. u wisia.
SWEENEY & WALKER,
Attorneys sod Counsellors t Law.
Office in Benvston Block.
C. J. SCABI.B,
C. B. MARSHALL,
State's Attorney. . . . .
SEARLE & MARSHALL,
Attorneys at Ltv.
Transact a reneral legal business.
McENIRY & McENIBY,
Attorneys at Law.
Loan money on rood security; make oollee
cns. Reference. Mltcbell A Lynda, bankers.
Cmoe, Mltcbell A Lynde building.
JOHN K. SCOTT,'
City attorney of Kock Is' and. Room 4,
Mitenell Lynue bulldituf.
F. H. FIRST, M. D.
Fbyslolan and Sure eon.
Phone 4 on 138T. Office, 828 Twentieth
iMa w . an 1 a am A and
w. UU1CC UUUIS. IV IrW bbv aa., n- w
A. BALL, M. D.
Fbjslclaa and Burgeon.
Office 1T7 Second avenue. Residence MO
wenty-fourth street Telephone IIIQ Office
hours from 10 to 13 m: 2 to 4 p. m; and 7 to 8
p. m. Sundays V to 10 a. m.
DR. CORA EMERY REED,
Special attention to dlseas- 'of women knd I
children, also dl-- ,,r elkri domi and j
m. lai Sixteenth street. Boca Inland.
BUB ART, U. D . , .
. MHO. HADA M. BUBHABT. M. D.
DRS. BURKILVRT & UURKUART.
Office Tremann block. Office hours vol
a. in., 1 to b and 7 to 9 p. m. Phone No. 4.
Rock Island, 111. NUjht calls answered from
C. T. FOSTER, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Office between Third and Fonrth avenues on
Twentieth street. UtHce hours: 8 to 11a.m.,
to 4 p.m. and 7 to p. m. Night calls trom
odloe. l'bone KM.
DR. S. II. MILLER,
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist,
AD diseases of horses and eattle treated on
approved principles. Surgical operations per
formed in a scicntitlo manner. IX) K treated.
AU calls promptly attended to. Residence,
IKM Fifth avenue. "Telephone 4401. Office
and Infirmary. 1615-117 Fourth avenue
M sucker's stable), opposite No. 1 tire bouse.
DR. II. EMMET STEEN,
Specialist and expert In the treatment oi
nervous, private and ail ehronlo diseases of
men and women.
Hours: 10 to li S o 4, 8 to . Sundays 10 to 12.
Harrisoo and Second streets, oppoulto new
DR. M. A. HOLLINGSWORTH,
Office. Harper House Pharmacy. Night calls
C. L. SILVIS,
Orer Krell Math's. 1718 Second sveene.
DR. C. W. GRAFTON, ,
Rooms IS and 15. Mitchell Lyede buOain.
Ofllea hours from 8 to U a. so. and I to sa
Office boon t to 11 a. m., I S8 to 440 p. m.
tig EicbtewcUl street. Opooalta tTaiosi flm
DRACK & KERNS,
Arc hi tee ta and SapertstendenBV
Skinner Block Second Boor.
HENRY GAETJE, Prop.
Oat Flowers and Designs of nil Kinds,
City store, 1807 Second arenas. Telephone
A handsome illustrated booklet,
giving a scientific treatise on all
The cause, consequence and cure
of every ailment of the hair and
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SEVEN SUTHERLAND SISTERS
13 iMibrosws Ststet, New Tork. . T.
r. . THOMAS,
Corner Second Avenue and Seventeenth St
Estate of Charles J. Long, deceased.
The undersifmed. having been appointed
administratrix of tbeesta-eof (Jhirs ..Loutr.
late of the county of Koolc Island, state of Illi
nois, deceased., hereby rives notice that tbey
will appear before the county court of Rock
Island county, at the county court room. In tbe
city of Hock Island, at the Auru it term, on the
first MomTuy in Autrutt next, at wh!b time
all persons having claims arainst said estate
are noticed and requested to intend, for the
purnwie of havinir tbe Maine adjusted.
All persous mdebted to said estate sre re
quested to make Immediate payment to the
under urn ed.
Dated this 2nd day of Ju-e, A. D. 1W.
Maria M. INli. I
Maht L. Silvis. f
Estate or Timothy Sexton, deceased.
Tbe undersigned having been appointed ex
ecu firs of thelaHt will and le-tamcnt of '1' i mo
lb v Sexton, late of tbe county of Rock Island.
state of Illinois, deceased, hereby (fives notice
tnat tney will appear Deiore tne county
court of Rock Island county, at tbe county
court room, in the city of Kock Island, at the
August term, on tbe first Monday In Auiruni
next, at whicn time all persons baring
claims atrainat said estate are notified and
requested to attend, for the purpose of bav
ins tbe same d justed.
All persons indebted to said estate are re
quested to make Immediate payment to the
rjated this 23d day of Mar. A. D. 13P0.
John P. Smtox,
State of Illinois. I
County of Kock Island, i
County court of Rock Island county, to tbe
July term. A. I. If.
Jcun Uroen. administrator or the estate or
Ann Conway, deceased, vs. John Conway
and unknown heirs of Arm Conway, de
ceased. Petition to sell real estate to pay
Amdavit of the unknown residence of the
unknown heirs of tbe said Ann Conway, de
ceased, defendants above named. bavinK been
tiled in theoftleeof tbeclerkof the count y court
of Kock Island county, notice is hereby Kiven
to tbe said utiRnoAn beirs oi tbe feaid Ann
Conway, deceased, mat the said plaiotin. Jobn
Oroireu. administrator of the estate or Ann
Conwav. deceased, bas tiled bis petition in the
said county eourt of ko-k Island - "inty for an
order to s-ll tb? premises bei'" .,i., "t es
tate of said deeeat-d.
l.e needed to p.--' ' tx t mM deceased.
anduesenlH-a f,IOWSj to wll: Lot n.im-r
'.?.u. . iii lilock number th ee (3). in llailey
lnv:nr)ri's f.jurih H' !i addition to the city
of Kock 11 nd in the county of ICock Island and
utate o I lilin.'is. and ifiat suicmons bas been
... I. ... 1.
Issued i.ut of sad toun nifainst you, returna
ab.e at the July term. A.I'-Iln-y.of said court, to
Itebolden on the Urd il 'vof JulyA D (Mtf.attbe
court huse In hock L-dand, In Kock Islaud
Now, unites you. the said unknown
heirs of the sia Ann L'onwty, deceased,
shall personally be and appear before tbe
said county courtof Uck jsland county, on
the lirst day of tbe next term thereof, to be
holden at Hock Island in said county, on th
3rd day of July. I.f. and plead, answer or
demur to the said complainant's petition filed
therein, t be same and the matters and things
therein chanted and staled will be taken es
confessed, and a decree entered against you
according to the prayer of said bill.
Kock Island, 111., Way 87. A. Ifii4.
II es ht HnuBAKD. Clerk.
Sea RLE & MARSHALX Complainant's Solicitors.
The only Cement that is not effected
bj heat or moisture.
Otto Grotjan. 1501 Second Ave.
A. J. Riess, 2229 Fourth Ave.
J. M. Keim, 7th Ave. and 88th St
Otto Rudert, 5th Are. and Elm St
John Volk & Co.,
Guilders : : r
AXSO MANUFACTURERS OF
Sash, Doors, Blinds and Mouldings;
. Veneered and Hard Wood Flcor
lag of All Kinds.
Single and Double Strength Window
Glass. Polished Plate. Beveled
Plate and Art Glass.
suV"3"' Rock Island.
fflctf s Nerveriae Pills
rv tation and
' ; a& ntrvoor
i riTng generative oc-
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skms. Youthful Errors. Itlcntal worry, ex
cessive use of Tobacco or Opium whkb
lead to Consumption and Icsacitr. StXO
per fcox by mailt 6 boxes for SSXO.
K3TTS CHL:U. Prep's, Ckr&lud, Qhlx
For sale by IS. T. Paansen. dnunrist, comer
foarM avenu and Tweauetfe atreat.
RIOTOUS COAL MINERS
Anothar Pana Case Down. in the
' Southern Region of the
r00P3 AEE SEET TO CABTEE7ILLE
IThich Brlae Protests from th Labor
Leader and tfaa Citizen of tbe Town
VVhy the Acting; Covernor Hrnt tha
Militia Regular, but ISloodleu, Battle
Waii Armed Miner Gather and Other
Indications of Riot and Bloodshed.
Springfield, Ills.. July 3. Because
the sheriff of Williamson county,
hacked by a number of citizens of that
county, urged the sending cf troops to
the scone of the labor disturbance in
that county, and because oa Saturday
the non-union colored miners, enraged
at the attack made on them by the
union negroes at Lawder, bad attacked
tbe settlement in which the union ne
groes lived, driven them out and
burned the houses; and because there
ensued a fusillade that lasted for
hours between the union and non-union
blacks, no one being hit, how
ever; and because it was reported here
on what seems to have been good au
thority that hunrdeds of union min
ers, armed, were gathering at the
scene of trouble and had Manager
Brush and sixty non-union miners
eurrounded and a fight was imminent
Acting Governor Warder ordered
two companies of state troops there.
Protest Against Sendlna; Troops.
They arrived in due time and these
r.re recent telegrams received by Ward
er. Botn are irom uartervuie, wnere
tbe troops are, and the first is from
Ryan, secretary of the miners' union:
"In the name of 30,000 United Mine
Workers of Illinois I protest against
slate troops being sent to Carterville.
The sheriff has not been here for twen
ty-four hours and certainly he would
be here if the situation demanded his
"We understand that militia has
been ordered to Carterville. Militia aro
not needed and the citizens protest."
This is signed by F. C. Zimmerman,
mayor; R. H. Hampton, A. K. Ellis.
G. A. Heshaw. S. II. Bundy. J. V.
Watkins, T. J. Moakc, C. E. Owen, citl-
rens of that town.
Surrounded by nn Armed Mob.
Yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock
Acting Governor Warder received a
dispatch from Captain J. II. Barton,
commanding company C. of Carbon
dale, in which it was stated: "No
clashes occurred between the miners
at Carterville last night. The sheriff
of Williamson is here and will ac
company the troops. Superintendent
Brush is still shut up In his coal works
and surrounded by an armed mob."
Colonel Culver, of th Sixth Illinois
regiment, went down'' - Rnringfield
cn th', norm traiii as th? rpnresentat'vn
of Acting Governor Warder to look
Over the situation.
Citizen Call on Col. Cnlver.
Yesterday afternoon at -Carterville a
delegation of merchants and property
owners called on Colonel Culver to
protest against the presence of the
troops and to ask their withdrawal.
At the meeting of the leading mer
chants of the town Saturday night $i50
was raised to defray the expenses of
sending avay the non-union miners in
the Brush shaft. The negroes had ex
pressed their willingness to go, and
had it not been for the arrivaf of the
militia it is eaid that witLin forty
eight hours not one of the negroes
would be in the mine. As it is the
citizens fear that their purpose has
been temporarily thwarted.
AITE.ILS FROM TIIE FRONT.
What Brash, and Duncan Telegraphed
Prisoner Forcibly Released.
Superintendent Brush telegraped
late Saturday from Carbondale: "The
following telegram has been received.
'We are surrounded by a few men who
constantly fire Winchesters. They
shot into our houses, and along the
road where our employes pass.' All
our men, women and children are so
terrorized that they will not go to
their homes, and have not eaten or
slept since yesterday. The sheriff seems
powerless. We must have the militia
W. W. Duncan telegraphed as fol
lows: "There are 500 or more non-union
and union men at war in Carter
ville. Both sides are determnied to
fight it out. A sheriff and posse can do
nothing with the situation until the
factions are disarmed by the state.
Sheriff's presence only increases the
danger. My judgment is that many
lives and the Brush mines will be de
stroyed without state aid to disarm
both factions. Firing from ambush
with. Winchesters still continues. More
men are gathering, and while quiet
now reigns the situation is very
ominous. I advise troops at once.
The sheriff presented another reason
why he wanted troops. In a telegram
to the acting governor early Satur
day morning, after giving the details
of the assault on the train in which
the negro woman was killed (printed
in these dispatches Saturday), he said:
"The coroner held an inquest and war
rants were issued for six men. I ar
rested three and they were taken
away from me by the mob. who cut
the horses loose from my carriage."
Those for whom warrants were issued
were James Hicks. Ed Richie. Eli
Brooks. George Dutton, Mike Brown,
negroes, and John Piano, an Italian.
GRAND PYROTECHNIC DISPLAY.
What Sovereiirn Call the Blowina; l"p of
tbe Mills at Yfardner.
New York, July 3. Ex-General Mas
ter Workman James R. Sovereign, of
the Knights of Labor, yesterday vis
ited the CcrJral Federated Union and
stirred up excitement among the dele
gates on the action of General Merriani
in the Coeur d'Alene district. After
charging all the trouble In the Coeur
d'Alene to Rockefeller, who. he said.
had not kept his word with the miners,
he described the gathering of anion
miners near Wardner, Ida., their tak
ing pc&ressien of a train and loading it
with 4.000 pounds or dynamite, witn
which they blew op some of the works.
"It was tie grandest pyrotechnic dis
play that I ever knew cf in my life." he
continued, "but it had not been ordered
or planned by the union. It . was the
men themselves who had been goaded
Strike Did Kot Materialize.
Pittsburg, July 3. The strike at the
Homestead plant of the Carnegie com
pany, which was expected to assume
large proportions last night, did not
materialize to a degree appreciable
to the uninitiated.
LEACUH BASE BAIL SITUATIOnT
Brooklyn, Boston, Chicago, Are the lead
ers In Order Latest Scores.
Chicago, July 3. Saturday's League
base ball games show the following
scores: At St. Louis Baltimore 6, St.
Louis 2; at Cincinnati Washington 1,
Cincinnati 2; at Louisville Philadel
phia 4, Louisville 10; at Cleveland
Boston 9, Cleveland 10; (second game)
Boston 14, Cleveland 0; at Chicago
New oYrk 9, Chicago 10; at Pittsburg
Brooklyn 2. Pittsburg 3. (Sunday) At
St. Louis Baltimore 10, St. Louis 3: at
Cincinnati Washington 3, Cincinnati
4; (second game) Washington 1, Cin
cinnati 6; at Chicago Rain.
Western League: At St. Paul Min
neapolis 11, St. Paul 6; at Kansas City
Milwaukee 3, Kansas City 6; at Co
lumbus Detroit 9, Columbus 11; at
Indianapolis Buffalo 2, Indianapolis
1. (Sunday) At Columbus Detroit 4,
Columbus S; at Kansas City Milwau
kee 14, Kansas City 2; (second game)
Milwaukee 5, Kansas City 10; at Min
neapolisSt. Paul 6, Minneapolis 7
The following table .shows how the
League clubs stand:
Played. Won. Lost. P. C.
Brooklyn 64 45 19 .703
Boston G3 40 23 .635
Chicago 62 38 24 .613
Philadelphia ..61 37 24 .607
Baltimore CI 33 26 .571
St. Louis 63 36 9 .554
Cincinnati 61 . 32 29 .524
Pittsburg 62 20 32 .484
New York 63 30 33 .476
Louisville 4 23 41 .359
Washington ..65 18 . 47 .277
Cleveland 61 12 49 .197
KILLED ON TROLLEY LINES.
Two at Pittsburg and One at Philadelphia
Pittsburg, July 3. As a result of a
street car collision last night on. the
road of the Monongahela Traction
company, two people are dead, five
seriously injured and ten others more
or less hurt. The dead are O. C. Op-
sion, of this city, and W. II. Kirkland,
motorman, of Braddock. Seriously in
jured H. II. Smith, tailor, Pittsburg
hurt internally; Mrs. Anna Lawler,
Pittsburg, back badly crushed; Miss
Jennie Cosby, Columbus, O., arm and
side crushed; Al Repert, Allegheny,
cut about throat and injured internal
ly; Miss Armstrong, right leg broken.
The car had stopped on a grade and
somehow the current was shrt off,
leaving the car in darkness, when a
second car came down the ade 'an'tf
the collision occurr-. - "
Pu'iiiutltiVia, July 3. A collision of
electric cars occurred last night on the
Willow Grove division cf the Union
Traction company, near Branchtown.
A young man named J. T. Carr, a re
porter, for The Evening Bulletin, was
killed and several others were badly
injured. Carr was a student of the
University of Pennsylvania, and pulled
the bow oar in the freshman eight at
Poughkeepsie last week. The car hart
lost its trolley, and was dark and an
other car ran into it from the rear.
FIRST OF ITS KIND IN VIRGINIA.
Lynchers Found Guilty of Murder and
Actually Awarded PnnUhnienl.
Richmond, Va., July 3. In the coun
ty court of Patrick county Saturday
C. J. Thompson, L. D. McMillan. Madi
son Montgomery, Jr., H. I. Montgom
ery, Robert Montgomery and W. M.
Branch, all white, were convicted of
murder in the second degree in lynch
ing Lee Puckett, white, for attempted
cw'minal assault on a young lady.
Puckett was a discharged lunatic.
Thompson was given six years and the
others five years each in the penitenti
ary. This is said to be the first case of
its kind in Virginia.
- - Hi,HIM,'T.
Fry Was Mighty Merclf uU
St. Paul, July 3. George L. Fry, of
Osakis, Minn., has Just returned from
North Dakota, where he rescued four
of his children, who had ben carried off
by kidnapers. Six masked men had
stolen the children and were on their
way to Canada, when Fry overtook
them, and at the point of a gun de
manded his children. The children, on
recognizing their father, screamed for
joy and ran to him for protection. Tbe
kidnapers tied. The men are unknown.
AAator VitUs'aon Dead. " "
Milwaukee, July 3. A Sentinel spe
cial from Madison, -Wis., says that
Henry Vilas, only son of ex-United
States Senator William F. Vilas, died
last nigt of- diabetes. He recently re
turned from California, where he spent
the winter with his wife, formerly Miss
Ford, of Pittsburg. He was 26 years
old and a graduate of the State Uni
versity Uw school.
Illinois State Grain Reajistrar.
Springfield, Ills., July 3. Governor
Tanner has reappointed Hon. Daniel
Hogan. of Mound City, state grain
registrar. The position was resigned
by Hogan when he accepted a major
ship in the volunteer army and went to
Potto Rico. j
Spring lansh fi503.5a
Hav Timothv. t&&U; wUd, ft.
Ho t atoes X-xZi3c
Butter Choice to fair, 14c; fresh creamery.
CLlcltens Tc per pound.
Ducks -Tc per pound.
Coal Soft. He
Cat e Hutcber pay for com -fed steers.
4Sct-1c; cows sad heifers, 3vtc.4c; calves,
CASTOR I A
Tor Infants and Children.
Tte Ihi Yea Hare Always Bought
BUILDING MO RE SHIPS
Last Fiscal .Year Nearly Equals
the Construction Record for
OTHERS ADDED TO 0UB EEGI3TEE,
Making sa Large Total Addition to Our
Merchant Marine Kecord Tear Tor Out
put or Ships in This Country 'Wa 1855,
the Tonnage Aggregating S33.450
John Bull's Output for 1S9S Was 1,390,
114 Tons Other Interesting Facta.
Washingon, July 3. The Cscal year
which ended on Friday was exception
al for the American merchant marine
in several respects. Full reports will
not be received by the bureau of navi
gation for several weeks, but returns
already received warrant these state
ments. The total output of American
ship yards has been the largest of any
year for the last quarter of a century
except 1S91. when 1.3S4 vessels of 369,
302 gross tons were built and docu
mented in the United States. During
the past fiscal year the construction of
merchant vessels, officially returned,
has consisted of 1,429 vessels of 820,
S76 gross tons. Besides thesj, twenty
two vessels of foreign construction,
aggregating 30,181 gross tons, have
been admitted to American registry.
Our Record Year Was lKo.".
It is also report'ed from Manila that
since last August 141 vessels have been
transferred from the hands of the
Spanish, German and Eritish subjects
to Americans, indicating the confidence
of the business men of Manila in Amer
ican government. The tonnage of these
vessels has not yet ben reported, and
the transfer does not carry with it all
the rights of American registry. Had
the senate passed the house'bill for the
registry of Hawaiian vessels the total
additions to our merchant fleet dur
ing the year would have reached nearly
400,000 tons. Our largest annual pro
duction was in 1855, when 2,027 vessels
of 6S3.150 tons were built and docu
mented. John null'it Immune nuKlness.
During 1S98 Great Britain built 1,543
vessels of 1,390,114 tons. The difference
in the kind of vessels built is roughly
disclosed by the average size, our con
struction averaging only about 225
tons while thte British averages 900
tons. Nearly all of our new tonnage is
built to navigate in the coasting trade
reserved to American vessels. 'The
only steamships built directly for the
foreign trade were the "Havana" and
"Mexico," of the New York and Cuba
Mail, and the four "Admiral" steam
ships for Cuba and Jamaica, aggregat- j
ing If), 750 tons, which were built under
the postal subsidy at. ' '
IZT."' ,W WORK CONTRACTED FOR.
Progress in Steam Vessel Ilailillnc
Ilig Steel Schooner Smeatoo.
In anticipation of legislation at the
comins session, however, construction
has begun or been contracted for on
about 100,000 tons of steel steamship3
for creign trade and trade with Ha
waii and Porto Rico, involving an ex
penditure of about $15,000,000. For
the first time in our history, on Juno
30, the total tonnage of our steam ves
sels, 'when tabulated, will exceed the
total of all other kinds of documented
vessels. During the year, however, 40
Bail vessels of 96,458 tons have been
built, compared with 426 of 42,502 tons
for the previous year, while the steam
vessels built number 478, of 167,851
tons, compared with 413 of 110,128 tons
for the previous year. In certain
trades our large sailing vessels en
deavor to compete with foreign car
go steamships, and doubtless will con
tinue to do so at all events, until the
construction of the Nicaragua canal.
The most notable vessel is the "John
Smeaton," a steel schooner of 5,043
gross tons, built at West Superior, Wis.,
probably the largest fore-and-aft
rigged vessel ever built. The largest
seagoing sailing vessel built in Europo
in 1898 was the "Ernest Siegfried," o
Havre, 3,214 tons. For the first time
in our history steel bas become the
principal material in our annual con
struction of rigged vessels, the steel
tonnage for theyear being 133,991 tons;
wood, 130,309 tons. Iron has ceased to
be a shipbuilding material, only one
vessel of nine tons having been built
of iron. During 1898 in Great Britain
99 per cent., or practically the woble
construction except small fishing -vessels,
was of steel. -
Narrow iCscape ok Tot. p j
Lansing, Mich., July 3. The Chicaj
and Northwestern Railway company
reported to Railroad Commissioner bs
born Saturday that one of its freght
trains struck a 2-year-old girl whtf" was
sitting on the track on the approach to
the bridge over the Escanaba river at
Flatrock. "Nineteen cars went ov;r
her," says the official Yeport, "but be
ing clear of the wheels ebe was only
slightly bruised on the head.f
Blimsrck't Iron Ntra
Was the result of bis splendid
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For Over Fifty Tears
Mrs. Winslow' Sooiihing Syrnp has
been used for children teething. It
soothes tbe child, softens the gums,
allays all pale, cares wind colic, and
is the best remedy for diarrhoea. 25
cents a bottle.
To cure piles, strike at the root
that's the way. De Witt's Witch Haz
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moves tbe cause quickly and perma
nently. Don't squander time and
money trying to remove the effects.
For sale by T. H. Thomas, A. J. Beiss
and M. F. B hi sen. druegists.
For sores, ulcers, burns, galls, piles,
nothing so good as Banner Salve, the
most healing medicine in the world.
The Qid FasMoncd ; -urnps
Builds Mississippi Bicycles
To order from $35
see them, they are
113 and 115 West Seventeenth
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Fire Insurance Agency,
Traders Ins. Co., . - - - Cfciar, 2U,
Union Ins. Co. - Philadelphia, rn.
Rockf ord Ins. Co. .- - Rock fjrd. 111
Security Ins, Co. - New Ilave, Conn.
State Ins. Co. - - - Rorfcford, I.
Offloe, Room , Fnrora blocir. Rates
as low as consistent wIM security.
J. Al. Buford,
Tbe old Fire and
panics He presented-
Losses Promptly Paid.
-Kates aa ow aa any
eac allord. Your
patronace is soUo
lied. GEO. WAGNER, Jr.
Represents the following wen
known in re and AeclCeal Izbsoi
Rochester German In Co..
BirfTulo German " .
Reliance M .
German Fire " .
Na Slampsblre " ..
Milwaukee Meebanlos " .,
Fidelity and Casually .
....Bocbester, N T
Hu.lalo. N Y
..Manchester, N H
OffloB nmMir Klghteenth street sod
Seeotvt amnae, eeood Hoot.
FIRE, LIGHTNING ...
Protect your homes
by Insuring in Re
CsUeasisddnM o D Phamrtartln
w at. vuamubi atitt
MitchaU Lynd. Block.
Ac rapidly being replaced by
pumps of modern construction.
We hiake a specialty of this sort
of work, , arid "want to furnish
estlrnktes to everybody. We
have kpecial facilities and we can
affordto give special terms!
112 Wet Seventeenth Street.
to $50. Call and
built at home.
a m DriVAi T"vr itopi t
HKKKT A. FA.BIDOM
tVVJISX Aft in. Il
TUB TRAVELERS' GUIDE
V , way Tlcseti ran be pnrehaned or baiMrat'
:3fKad it KW , .'ntlth street ceuot, ol
mi hiwi, w jll t iiKuner, ami.
Deirrer Limited A Omsk
.- t an t -.no aV
ft Worth. Ilcnvtf K i
j w Irvcv-o-....... -f?
,t tTW aa
njsaa&a & aaiDnvapnl
Dmaua m ! Molr-sCv
IDrnvcr. Lincoln tc,
.111 :f am
t 6-B7 am.
IMinTBr. Lincoln A Os
! a.flam! !'
Dcs Moines Kxiwn.
tli:(t mi o-ft kin
Kooir island bnruan ae.
,t inii Mtmwano.li.
Denver. Kt Worth A II O.
tKRnra'ltT ft J" A Ten
fKork fsmn-l A WMb'tmiJ
It S:ir pin
I'tiieayn We tLlbrrty.
U-clf ii-Und ,fc Iirooiriv 1 &:
tOiriBha nnrt Itciclt la'ii.id.
ArrtvRl. Detarturfi. Jlally, except 8nr1
Dsl!jr excrpt Saturday, ii others dally. T
nhnna ItMjU I
BUKJLINWTON KWTSU) B Q KAIL
way Depot First s4.ua acA gUriaaelB
street, M J loan jr. AyefiU V w
TrGOaai! T 2)pai
Cb'.caco, Bterltni, Clinton
uuuaqno ..... ....
Peoria. Feardamarn. Rn..
It 7:40 am 4 jija
t' 'IT! 1 A IfinnnanAlf. 1
SterUnjr, Clnknn A Dabn'qiia
ct. ..Eiu wi t. isenver
it PsC'Ccavtt via 6slmbTf
7:10 pm' 8 61 ant
'laUyv tDally except aula
fiHICaGO, MILWAUKK Jb BT PAUL Rati-
Depot T rtn!etb f root, otwton Jrifst and Iteoond
b?ccna. I,,U Oteer, Aajea)
Shaikh i Lva i Aaar
Kali an 4 Bipt....
St Paul JCxprss....
might sod. AeeoiaiDodalloa
silieept 8andf .
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OCR ISLAND FKlRTA HAILWA ?
I)-.t tlrrt Avenne a; Twentlaah aL
toekb'nae, (ien'l Tat Ast.
tprtnyflelo, Olticlonatl, Pso
110 111 JB
Peon. Bp-lncftsld, bt Lon
afcronocstloa Fsst Freha.
feoria, i.riugllei. Clncln-
Cbeacd8hTrd v" "in..
1 :4fi on
it:1H 1 1
4 Ml tB
hwpisl t:6 fa
raraee trsr trtlns ieaT C
avenns) a'po.s-?e (5) mizmt
ftrrav Train ntarad da
dai.y aaceDtytilndjir. v . I
arller thaa usl
, all otbar trains
Sottlt. West- and KorthXcoIcmlsta, ebip
ootb, Wevd aad Xortii rli omeseek ers
June f to SO, 3uy 4 to U, A
Septembers toy .
to It aad
Denver, Olrado, Kpxf 4;. Ftteblo aod
ai4Miwool Spttia; and rutriu Special Ex
C . r! dh, June to July II Usl islve.
Uayward, Wlav Kound L I, eaaon.
Xm An-el,caL Natlor-ittducatlonal A-
aocla km, Jun
to July &
June M and 20.
i and -.
Union July 10, II and 12.
Clturlanatl, ilo. Nat!
June 2 and 28.
Cheap round t
mer reswin Incite
ale durina tbe hA
al inlo.Biatlon c
on or pi
D. P. Al
t 7:411 'i4
Y.fdcr of Elka
I Waror, July I,
1 w People'
taiious mini- ;
l. U. are on t
I l.d aOdlUon- ,
m - at