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TH&ARQT7S, JDIiX 10, 1S99.
McCASKELLN & McCASKBIN.
' Attorneys at Law.
Roek Island u MUu. Roe Island offlee
eVerKrell Msth s store. MUM OfflO on
. tt OCWWMIXT. O0BTXY.
CONNELX.Y C0N2IELLY, .
Moeey loaned ' Office over Tboinsa dree
tore, corner of Second svenue and Seven
JACKSON & HDBST,
Attorneys at Law.
Offlee la Roea Island National But Build
f. WM. L. L.VDOLPH. BOBT. HMOLM.
LUDOLFII & REYNOLDS,
divorcer at Law.
Money to loan- General legal buatneam. No
tary public. 170a Second avenue, Buford
o. awaaHBT. a i walks a.
SWEENEY & WALKEB,
Attorneya and CounaeUora at Law.
Offlee m Bengstoa Block.
c J. auiLc
SEA RLE & MARSHALL,
Attorneys at Law.
Transact a general legal business.
McENIRY & McENIBY,
Attorneys at Law.
Lean money on rood security; make eollee
ti ns. Reference. Mitchell A Lynda, bankers.
mce, MltcheU A Lynde building.
JOHN K. SCOTT,
City attorney of Rock Wand. Room 4,
Mltonell A Lynae building.
F. II. FIRST, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
phone 4 on 157. Offlee, 126 Twentieth
street. Office hours: 10 to II a m.; t to 4 and
7 to 8 p. m. Sunday, 8:3U to 8:30 a. m.; 1:30 to
J. A. BALL, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon,
Office MOT Second avenue. Residence 800
Ten'.y-fourth street. Telephone 1110. Offlee
liours from 10 to 12 a m; 2 to 4 p. m; and 7 to 8
p. ed. Sunday 8 to 10 a. m.
DR. CX)RA EMERY REED,
Special attention to diseases of women and
Children, also diseases of eye, ear, nose and
throat. Offlee hour 0:30 to 12 a m-. 1 to 4 p.
as. Sii Sixteenth atreet. Rock Island.
J. B. ICiKHiBT, at. O ...
. M BH. HADA M. BTTBKBABT. M. D.
DRS. BURKUART & BURKHART,
Office Tremann block. Office hours 8 to !
a. m.. 1 to 6 and 7 to 0 p. m. 'rhone No. 4088.
Rock Island, 111. Night calls answered from
C. T. FOSTER,. M. D. - -Fbyslolan
Office between Third and Fourth avenues on
Twentieth street. Office hours: 8 to II a. so.,
1 t to 4 p. m. and 7 to 8 p. m. Night calls from
wffloe. Phone 40B4.
Dli. S. H. MILLER,
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist,
All diseases ot horses and eattle treated a
approved principles. Burajlcal operations per
formed tn a acientlllo manner. Doer treated.
All calls promptly attended to. Residence,
1828 Fifth avenue. Telephone 4401. Office
and Infirmary. Iflis-wi7 Fourth avenue
(M sucker's stable), opposite No. 1 Ore bouse.
DR. II. EMMET STEEN,
Specialist and expert In the treatment oi
nervous, private and all chronlo dlaeases of
men and women.
Hours: 10 to 12. 1 o 4, 6 to 8. Sundays 10 to 12.
Harrison and Second streets, opposite new
DR. M. A. HOLLINGSWORTH.
Offlee. H arper House rharmacy. Night calls
C. L. SILVIS,
Ovar Kraii A Math's. 1716 Second avenue.
PR. C. W. GRAFTON.
Room 11 and Is. MltcheU A Lynde building
Office hours Irorn 8 to IS a m. and 1 to 8 p. sr.
J. T. TAYLOR,
Offlee boars 8 to 12 a m.. I SO to 4 JO p. m.
818 Klgbteercta street. Opposite Union adloe.
DRACK A KERNS,
Architects and Saperlatemdana
Sklnaer Blocs Becooa boot.
HENRY GAETJE. Prop.
Cut Flowers and Designs of all Kinds.
City store, 1807 Second svenua Telephoae
VrTANTED A GIRL AT THE IIARPtB
v T house.
VTTANTED BOARDKRS. CH OICE ROOMS
IT and board at tS6 Fourth avenue.
TTTANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL
v v housework Call at 701 Fourth avenue.
"irTANTEU BOARDERS AND ROOFERS
v at lls4 Third avenue. Private family.
A VT ANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL
. . uvruacvurK. uitj.'.u'r iyjo xnui avenue.
TXTANTED A PORTER AT HARMS' FES
v tau -ant. Firs; avenue and U;:oteenlh
XT ANTED TWO LADY CANVARFRS.
v v Good thing to right parties. Address
WANTED HOYS AT THEKOCK ISLAND
Sah and Door works. Must bo over
11 years ot age.
7"ANTED PUPILS WISHING TO TAKE
v v private lesnona tn dancing can do so by
enquiring at 2710 Fifth avenue. Jones.
Wanted ynrjffi girl to assist
in I be care of children and house work.
Apply at 1115 Seventeenth. Mrs. Redecser.
WA NTED GOOD. F ELI A BLE OIL S A T.ES
man. on commission orsala-y. Address
Quaker Oil and Implement company, Cleveland,
WANTED A COMPETENT GIRL FOR
- general house wok. only'bree in fam
ily. Good wages paid. Apply at Bill Twentieth
WANTED-A SINGLE GENTLEMAN
want room without board somewhere
nearcentrul location. Address K ei. care of
1 UK a UCCS.
" VTA NTED ABOUT 13 MEN TO CUT WIL
v V lows for government wdrk. Apply to
brush contractors. Andalusia slough. Wages
I.SO per day.
WANTED TWO MEN COLLECTORS AND
solicitors for Rock Island. Permanent
positions. f.y Mitchell it Lynde building, be
tween & and 6 p. m.
WANTED FIVE OR SIX ROOM COT
ta to rather centrul location. No
children. Modern conveniences desired. Ad
dress "C C. " AboL'S offlee.
WANTED LOC A L SOLICITING AGENT
for accident insurance: one who can de
vote sufficient time to the business to make It
profitable. Address "E M." Anuria.
WANTED A FIRST-CLASS GIRL FOR
ireneral housework. Easy work: small
family of four: no washing, trood puy. Call
afternoon or evenim;. lteTy, Second avenue.
WANTED ANY HONEST. CAPABLE
indust io s man over i can obtain per
Kanent, protitrtble and proKresnive emnloy
ment by secdibtf name and address to P. O.
WANTED-ENGAGEMENTS TO DO
domestic sewinif by the day or week.
Salisfaction iruaranteed. Apply to Mr. I.ura
Stroll's, over L. S. Express olllce, VMS Second
WANTED SITUATION BY HOUSE
keeper. Excellent economist and msn
aeer: trained in care of children. Good scam
tress. Good home. Addrrss giving full par
ticulars, A M, care of A KG US.
VT A NTED GOOD SOLICITORS IN ROCK
vv Island to take orders for the celebrated
Singer sewing machine. A No. 1 contract
riven to right parties. Call on or add reus the
Singer Manufacturing company, 417 Harrison
street, Davenport, Iowa
WA NTED PUPILS IN FREEHAND AND
mechanical drawing. Pen and ink,
china painting and new method of water col
ors. Children's class Saturday afternoons,
with first lesson and material free. Class tn
the evening. Lessons :0 cents. Mibs Piatt,
studio COS Eighteenth street.
TANTED-ON ACCOUNT OF NOT HA V
i v ing sufficient capital to place on the
market some merito. ions articles used In
houses and stores, oni of the exe uployes of
arsenal offers his companious who have some
mearm a good chance lor -emp oyment and to
make money. Only parties with some means
and who understacd lutneN methods need an
swer fur investigation. iood cbauc-s for good
nicn. Addres Dcxtor, -The Kepublijan,"
IOR KENT FURNISHED R(KMS AT 1001
I? Th rd avenue.
K RENT FURNISHED ROOMS OVER
W. C. Maucker s grocery store.
OR RENT OFFICE IiOOM OVER DAVID
Don s store. 1617 Second avenue.
IfOR RENT DOUBLE STORE BUILDING
' at 15IS-1S17 Second avenue. Inquire of
FOR KENT- OSEtARC. NEATLY FUR
nished room on first floor. Call at 4u3
FOR RENT PLEASANT Fit INT ROOM,
parlor and bedrooin combineJ. for lady
roomers Nicely furnished. Inquire lOitf Sec
ond avenue, over V. S. fcxpress oilioe.
JPOt RENT f URNISHED ROOM WITH
X? alcove, suitable for one or moie gentle
men. Very centrally located Modern con
veniences. Inquire at 13.8 Second avenue.
ClOR RENT NEW LODGE ROOM. WHAT
X? was formerly the Standard club rooms
Has been Sued up with new and complete
lodge room furniture and fixtures, and is
open and ready for inspection. Cheap rent,
steam heat. Apply ot Krell A Math.
IORSftl.E A LARGE COVERED HACK
and j-horse express wagon cheap for
cash. Eastman, 17IJS Second avenue.
FOR 'SALE-TWO-STORY BRICK RESI
dence with modern improvements. In
quire at vi7 Seventeenth street. Terms Un
cial. IIXR SALE NINE-ACRE FRUIT FARM.
All kinds of fruit: good buildinvs: near
town. A bargain for some one it taken soon.
Gordon A Bowman.
ClOR SALE AT A SACRIFICE. 40-ACRE
JJ farm near town, '.ots of fmiit. To be
f Jld ehesp to settle sa estate. Hdre is a bar
gain eheap for cash. No trade. Gordon
VOH SALE COAL IN ANY QUANTITY
X1 of f bushels or over at 80 .V per ton. de
livered C. O. D. to any part of the city. Leave
orders at Commercial honse-barber shop. Rock
Island, or Enos James. Milan.
L)K BALK A NEAT OfriCB OAHINKT
JJ with about 00 different alides. suitable fot
aung legal blanks or any description of papers
a Oat form to be kept In shape for wrung.
A comprehensive Index connected. Just ths
thing tor any office with eontrsota, etc, to
lie. Address H. K. C . esreof TbsAbotts.
TJJUXD A POINTER PUP. OWNER CAN
X? have same by calling at R. L A P. round
bouse. 1OAim AND RfXJMS-CHEAP IN PKI
I ate family with bath accomodations.
OMi Eiv'blh-and-a-half avenue.
IOST ON TWENTY -SEVENTH STREET
A between Eight-and-a-half and Ninth ave
nues, a pair of gold spectacles. Finder will
please return to Th a A hu.es uQcc
ONTCY TO LOAN CHATTEL MORT-
a-ace loans bv W. H. Eastman. 1712 Seo-
ood aveaue. without publicity or removal He
also maaes couccuous aara oocs a special t j
LOYAL TO PRINCIPLE.
Christian Endeavor Clergyman
' Who Practices What He
WALKS THEEE MILES TO CHUECH
To Show That Be BeUeves la a Command
rnent Sunday Eadeavorer Men and
Women Bare Separate Meetings Advo
cate of Total Prohibition, of Intosicanta
Movement for Sunday Observance
Consecration" Meetings Peace-Jubilee.
Detroit,, July 10. Although a large
majority of the army of Christian En
deavorera in Detroit utilized the street
cars yesterday a considerable portion
refrained from reading the Sunday
newspapers. Few of the pastors who
occupied the various protestant pulpits
went to the extreme of inconvenienc
ing themselves by walking long dis
tances, as did Rev. Charles M. Sheldon,
author of "In His Steps," who walked
more than three miles to preach. The
features of the afternoon were crowded
meetings for men and for women, ex
clusively, in each case, and a Sunday
observance rally. Thirty-five hundred
men filled the floor and galleries of
Light Guard armory at the men's
meeting. The men sang with fine en
thusiasm, and a very large proportion
of them publicly pledged that the oc
casion would be with them a landmark
from which would date a better life.
Secretary Baer conducted the meeting.
Women's and Bible Sunday Meetings.
Mrs. F. E. Clark, wife of President
Clark, presided over the women's
meeting, which filled the Woodward
Avenue Baptist church. Mrs. Joseph
Walker, of Queensland, Australia, led
the devotions. Westminster Presby
terian church could not contain the
audience which attended the Sunday
observance gathering. An address upon
"Sabbath in the Home" was delivered
by Rev. Dr. David McAllister, of Al
legheny, Pa. Rev. C. N. Howard, of
Rochester, N. Y., related at length the
story of some alleged futile attempts
made in that city toward closing the
"side doors" on Sundays. He argued
insistently that prohibition is the only
true solution of the saloon question.
The closing speech was by Hon. John
Charlton, M. P., of Lynedooh, Ont., on
"What the Sabbath May Do for Us."
Consecration Services" Held.
At night an additional touch of sol
emnity was imparted to the meetings
of the Christian Endeavorers. The
generalities of religion were in some
measure neglected and the evening
worship in thirty-one protestant
churches of Detroit and Windsor took
the form of "consecration services."
The participants in these impressive
services seemed to be striving to make
a direct personal application of the
tenets of their faith, and many were
the pledges of more exalted effort for
the coming year and more earnest
Christian service. The big convention
will end tonight. There will be Junior
endeavor and missionary rallies in
each of the big tents, a prison work
conference, and great farewell gather
ings in conclusion.
VAN KO-JOHN HULL FRIENDSHIP.
Crops Out Strongly at a Pesce Jubilee on
Fair Helle Isle.
A decidedly Anglo-Saxon spirit was
imparted to the speeches at the Chris
tian Endeavor "peace jubilee" held on
Belle Isle Saturday afternoon. All the
speakers were representatives of English-speaking
countries American and
British and all sentiments favoring
greater friendship and closer relations
between the United States and British
subjects were heartily cheered. Mayor I
Maybury spoke of the appropriateness
of Belle Isle as the scene of a peace J
meeting, since history had recorded
that all Indians had always held the '
island sacred to peace, and since no ;
blood of either savage or civilized man
had ever been shed in violence there, :
although numerous battles had been !
fought elsewhere throughout the same
After singing patriotic American
songs and "God Save the Queen," a
memorial was read with an announce
ment that its sentiments had already
been indorsed by Hon. Andrew D.
White, president of the United States
commissioners to the peace conference.
The memorial expresses "our abhor
rence of war and our solemn convic
tion that it is the duty of every civil
ized nation to do all in its power to
ward making war impossible. We wish
to record our desire for the speedy es
tablishment for an international tribu
nal of arbitration. We wish to show
our interest In the international con
ference to discuss this matter proposed
by the czar of Russia, and to urge that
our country act promptly upon the
proposals of that conference. And es
pecially we desire by our signatures to
appeal for the immediate considera
tion of the question of arbitration be
tween this nation and Great Britain,
that the Anglo-Saxon race may be
come united in the interest of peace
and good will."
For Great Britain. Rev. James Mur
sell, of London, spoke briefly. He said
that the question of peace seemed per
haps more immediately pressing upon
the lives ot English people than Ameri
cans because England lies too near the
continent of Europe to be ever de
tached from its political entangle
ments. He added: "I am glad that
though you remember the. glories you
have forgotten the shames of the war
between us more than a hundred years
ago. The glories of that war were for
you and the shames for us."
Rev. Joseph Walker, of Queensland,
Australia, voiced peaceful sentiments
in behalf of the land under the south
ern cross. He advised Americans to
be cautious lest In teaching patriotism
they foster the 6pirit of war. "What
Great Britain wants." said Dr. Walker,
"and what I believe America wants, is
for men to live for their country in
deed, but to be opposed to everything
mean or imjust and work together for
peace, for the glory of God and the
coming of his kingdom. The English
speaking races, animated by the fear
of God. are one. and nothing. I believe,
cart now disturb the peace of the
STATUS OF LEAGUE NINES.
flinr They Line Up for the Penant Latest
Base Ball Score. '
Cltlrago, July 10. League scores at
base ball Saturday were: at Baltimore
Washington 1, Baltimore 4; at Brook
lyn Philadelphia 2, Brooklyn 6; at
Pittsburg Chicago 0. Pittsburg 6; at
St. Louis Cleveland 4, St. Louis 5: sec
od game) Cleveland 2, St. Louis 6; at
Louisville Cincinnati 4, Louisville 5;
at Boston Rain. (Sunday): At St.
Louis Louisville 4, St. Louis 11; (sec
ond game) Cleveland 4, St. Louis 11; at
Chicago Cincinnati 1, Chicago 1.
Western League: At Kansas City
Buffalo 5, Kansas City 9; at St. Paul
Detroit 7. St, Paul 1; at Milwaukee
Columbus 6, Milwaukee 7; at Minneap
olis Indianapolis 8, Minneapolis 4.
(Sunday) At Milwaukee Columbus 9,
Milwaukee 10: at Minneapolis Detroit
11, Minneapolis 4; at St. Paul Indian
apolis 5, Sf, Paul 7; at Kansas City
Buffalo 0, Kansas City 5.
Played. Won. Lost. P.C.
Brooklyn 70 48 22 .686
Boston 68 42 26 .618
Chicago 67 41 26 .612
Philadelphia 66 40 27 .597
Baltimore 66 38 28 . .576
St. Louis ... 69 40 29 .580
Pittsburg 69 35 34 .507
Cincinnati 67 34 33 .507
New York 67 30 37 .44S
Louisville 71 27 44 .880
Washington 71 23 48 .324
Cleveland 67 12 55 .179
BELIEF WORK SYSTEMATIZED.
Floods Cost Texas f8.5OO,O0O and Thirty
Seven Lives Thousands Deatltute.
Galveston, Texas, July 10. Relief
work in the Brazos flooded district has
been systematized, three relief trains
leaving Houston, Galveston and San
Antonio daily. Probably 20,000 negroes
are now being fed and will need to be
sustained for some time by the relief
committees. The water is falling at all
points except in Brazoria county. All
sorjs of estimates are made as to the
amout of the cotton loss. An estimate
of 50 per cent, is considered conserva
tive. This would be a money loss of
$5,000,000. The loss sustained by the
destruction of other crops, houses,
fencing, stock and bridges wiil be $2,
500.000, while the loss to the railroads
is probably $1,000,000, making a total
Owing to the exaggerated reports
circulated as to the loss of life in the
recent floods, the News has made a
special effort to secure the facts from
each county. Reports received from
thirteen counties show a loss of thirty
seven lives from drowning.
MORMON QUESTION S UP.
Warrant for the Arrest of Angus HI. Can
non on a Polygamy Charge.
Salt Lake City, July 10. A warrant,
based upon a complaint sworn to by
the representative of a New York
newspaper, was issued Saturday from
County Attorney Putnam's office for
the arrest of Angus M. Cannon, of the
Mormon church, charging him with
polygamy, which is cited as being con
trary to the provisions of sections
4209 and 4210 of the compiled laws of
the state of Utah, 1898."
The affiant cites a long list of wit
nesses in support of the above charge,
including F. S. Bascom, Senator A. H.
J. Cannon, Martha A. Hughes Cannon
(wife of Agnus M. Cannon). Lorenzo
Snow (president of the Church of
Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints),
Governor Heber M. Wells, George Q.
Cannon (counsel of the first presi
dency), Joseph F. Smith, Heber J.
Grant, John Henry Smith, John S.
Winder, Aquila Neber (president of the
state senate), and J. T. Hammond
(secretary of state).
GRADE CROSSING HORROR-
Six Out of Seven Members of One Family
Crushed to Death.
Columbus, O., July 10. All but one
of the seven members of the family of
William Reinhard, of this city, were
killed and the remaining one badly in
jured by a Big Four passenger train
yesterday afternoon. The dead are
William Reinhard, aged 41; Rachael
Reinhard, aged 40; William Reinhard,
aged 12; Arthur Reinhard, aged 9; Karl
Reinhard. aged 7; Edward Reinhard,
aged 5. Injured Clarence Reinhard,
aged 14, collar-bone broken.
The accident occurred at the Wood
ward avenue crossing of the Big Four
railroad and opposite the southwest
entrance to the state fair grounds. Mr.
and Mrs. Reinhard and their five chil
dren were out for an afternoon drive in
a surrey and drove in front of a train.
The horse was ground to pieces.
National Amateur Oolt Champion.
Lake Forest, Ills., July 10. Herbert
M. Harriman, of the Meadowbrook
Golf club, of Hempstead, Long Island,
Saturday won the amateur golf cham
pionship of America from Findlay S.
Douglass, who won the championship
last year. The score was 3 up 2 to
Men Wilt I'se Safety unnpfc""
Wilkesbarre, Pa.. July 10. The 1,800
miners employed by the Lehigh Valley
Coal company who went on strike a
week ago because the company insisted
on the men using safety lamps returned
to work Saturday. A compromise was
Town la Peril of Destruction.
Milwaukee, July 10. A special to the
Sentinel last night said that the town
of Montello in Marquette county was
threatened with destruction. Montello
has about 900 inhabitants. Fire en
gine had been sent from Portaee,
Oats 245. "
llav Timothy. fiftSIU; wild. T.KXS8.
Cutter Choice to fair, He; frehi creamery,
C'oioken Tc per pound.
Ducks -Ic per pound.
Coal Soft. inc.
Cat, le Butcher pay for corn-fed steers,
4',c-Sc; cows and betters, 3!4e&4c; calves,
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
Tb8 Kind Yea Hare Always Bought
BISHOP NEWMAN'S FUNERAL.
Last Tribute Paid to the Memory or the
Saratoga, N. Y.. July 10. The obse
quies of Bishop John P. Newman, of
the Methodist Etjiscopal church, took
place Saturday, and the remains were
conveyed to Mechanicsville, Saratoga
county, for interment. Services were
held at the Newman cottage in the
afternoon, and were conducted by Rev.
Dr. W. H. Henry, of the Central New
York conference, and Rev. Dr. Bost
wick Hawley, of Saratoga. The re
mains Jay in state at midday at the
First Methodist Episcopal church,
where at 3 o'clock in the afternoon
the public funeral took place.
The funeral address was delivered
by Bishop E. G. Andrews, of New
York city. Eulogistic remarks were
mads by Rev. J. H. Brown, presiding
elder of the Saratoga district; Rev. Dr.
C. W. Millard, of New York city;
Bishop Daniel A. Goodsell, of Chat
tanooga: Rev. Dr. Henry A. Butts, of
Drew Theological seminary, Madison,
N. J.; Rev. Dr. J. H. Coleman, presid
ing elder, of the Saratoga district:
Rev. Dr. Thomas A. Griffin, presiding
elder of the Troy district; Rev. Dr.
Phillip Germond. of Kingston, and
Rev. Dr. Bostwick Hawley, of Sara
toga. ABBS EVIATEJ) TELEGRAMS."
Kansas City has begun a campaign
to secure the national Democratic con
vention. General Wheeler has written a book
about his cavalry operations in the
It is now said that there was r:o bu
bonic plague on the Nippon Maru at
The severe, protracted drought in
southern Jamaica is causing widespread
distress and alarm.
The supreme court of the United Or
der of Foresters is holding its annuai
session at Milwaukee.
Sam Thall. Jim Jeffries' advance
agent, says that the champion pugilist
will sail from New York for Europe on
Lionel Sherwood, aged 80 years, one
of the most prominent fine merino
sheep breeders in western New York,
It is reported at New York that com
pressed air will soon be used as the mo
tive yower on the north and west
side Chicago street car lines.
B. F. Caldwpll, representative-elect
from the Seventeenth district, is a can
didate for the Democratic gubernatorial
nomination in Illinois next year.
Dr. Albert Schweyer has donated to
the municipality of Matanzas, Cuba,
for a museum of natural history, a large
and varied collection of human skulls.
Perry Smith, 78 years, a prominent
resident of Manitowoc, Wis., who has
been totally blind for thirty years, i3
slowly regaining sight in his right eye.
Dr. Hiram W.Thomas, pastor of Peo
ple's church at Chicago, has just made
public his engagement to marry Miss
Vandal ia Varnum, of Franklinsville,
N. Y. .
Wisconsin Central Company.
Madison. Wis., July 10. The officers
of the re-organization committee of the
Wisconsin Central road Saturday filed
an amendment to the articles of incor
porationof the Wisconsin Central com
pany. The amendment fixes the capital
stock at $30,000,000 in place of the $25,
000,000 fixed as the captial stock in the.
original articles. The board of direc
tors, elected Saturday, is as follows:
George Coppell. chairman; John Cros
by Brown, William L. Bull, Charles C.
Beaman, Fred L. Gates, Gerald L.
Hoyt and James C. Colgate, New York;
Francis R. Hart, Boston; Henry F.
Whitcomb and Howard Morris, Mil
waukee. Henry F. Whitcomb, of Mil
waukee, was elected president. The
sale of the road was confirmed Satur
day by Judge Jenkins.
infrequent and S
: Shampooing I
a are responsible toT drT. scrawny and e
variable colored hair. Many people
have a goodly Bupply of hair, and It
? would be beautiful were It not that m
5 dandruff had destroyed its life and made
a it lustreless. 1 Everyone's head should
be shampooed once a week with some
non-injurious and health-giving wash.
spSutherland Sisters' 2
Z Scalp Cleaner
does not rot and bleach the hair, liko
5 eoda, ammonia, etc. Aid the scalp
S cleaner with the "Hsia Grower." 9
a They contain nothing but what is good
for the hair and scalp.
2 BOLD BY DBCGG1FTS. m
T. H. THOMAS,
Comer Seoond Avenue and Seventeenth St
BUFFET LIBRARY GARS
Best Dining Car Service.
of Northwestern University, lfStla
Chicago. Kvmostoa, I1L. the Deao.
Prof. P. C. L11K.1X, Music LLall, K vans ton.
Up-to-Date Wall Papers.
The Adam's Wall Paper Co.'s display of fine
new wall papers surpasses anything they have
ever shown before. A finer line at lower prices
than ever before, Be sure and see the latest
ADAMS WALL PAPER CO...
A few notes regarding fall goods that can be found by looking
at this ad. Here are some prices we quote: Fall novelties
In suits the prices range from f 18, $20, $22, $25 and up. The
prices in the fall trousers range from f 5, $5 50, 6, $6.60 and
upward. Come in and see our fine line.
GUS ENGLlNt 1SOS Second Am
"DIRT DEFIES THE
IS GREATER THAN
JOHH M. PAKIDOBT.
PAIJIDON Sc SOISI
PAINTERS AND DECORATORS
Paper Hangers, Calclminers, Etc,
Shop 419 Seventeenth St.
CHAS. E. HODGSON . .
Fire Insurance Agency,
rraders 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 S, Buford block. Rates
as low aa eonsistent with security.
J. M. Buford,
rbe old Fire and
Losses Promptly Paid.
-Rates as ow ss any
ean afford. Your
patronage la solic
ited. GEO. WAGNER, Jr.
Represents the following ' well
known Fire and Accident Insur
Rochester Qerman Ins Co.
German " .
Buffalo German "
Relianoe " .
Qerman Fire " ,
N- Hampshire " .
Milwaukee Mechanics " ,
Fidelity and Casualty
Rochester, N Y
Buffalo. N V
...Manchester, N H
Off oe oornar Zlhterat!i street and
Second avenue, second flooc
FIRE, LIGHTNING . . .
Protect your homes
by Insuring in Re
nies. CaUoa or address f R ChamDCrlln,
Telephone 1080. Airent.
MltcheU Lynde Block.
5 Per Cent Money
Properties released from banks and
building associations and loanx irranted
for a period of 3. 6 or 7 years, or if pref
erable loan can he redeemed by yearly
or hui yearly inMtailToents of principal
andinterest. In the latter cskc. Inter
est to be computed and charged on
bslaoce atcttually ovlar at end of
each year. Money to help you buy a
home, bulid-a borne. payoff a raorwue,
pay back Interest, or tares, lift liens,
stop foreclosures, or effect necessary
lmprovment. Money to loan on
life insurance policies, legacies. Inher
itances, undivided interests in estate,
real esate ia probate, leasehold and
annuities. Money to finance meritori
ous Inventions, or to pi ce patents on
the KeelUn and American markets. If
reqairtna; bmbct on sny clsss of se
curity, write to or call on
195 La Salle St.,
310-314 Twentieth Street.
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE
-CHICAGO, ROOK 18 LAND tt PACIFIC RAIL,
ly way Tickets can be purchsid er bpK
:tieek.ed at R I A P Twentieth sireet depot, of
0 R I P depo, corner Fifth svease and Tblrty
Irst strvet, Frank H Plummer. Agent.
Denver Limited A Oroshs.. ..
Ft Worth. Donver A K. O....
Omst.s and Des Moines
tOninhs A. Minnespolis
Omaha A De Mnt.ms Ex....
(Denver, Llneuln & Cni.hs..
Denver. L'.ncoln & Omaha...
Oca Moim'K Eiprt ss
Rock Island St Korean Ac...
6t psni A Mlnneanois
Denver. Ft Worth A E O....
:au am i u
: am: tin
:f,5 sm i tlO
:.' 6 m ' t 8
am m t s
:nn pm ft
tKantso City 8t J e Penvcr
fKocK ifani .a waDinvioD
Chicago We t Liberty ...
Rncklvlar.rt A Brooklyi. Ac.
tOii'alin and Kock l.'and...
t S :M pn
t l'8f pm
t 7:40 Am
Arrival. tDer.srtnre. Daily, sxrpt 8ar-1v.
Daily except Saturday. All otters dally. Tele
BUBLTNOTON ROUTB-C BIS KAIL
way Pepot First arena and aiztoentk
uest, M J Young, Agent.
St. T. Rnrinffflcld. PacriA-l
Bnr. yoin. tU Monmontbl 7:00 S"Bi 1:20 pa
Ohlcaeo. merlin. Clinton 4 I
Dnbnqne It 7:40 tn:i 8 40 pa
Peoria, Beardstown. Bar I I
UhKton, Denver A West.... v 2.4A pm til :M am
St. ram A rnlnnesDoll.
7:80 pm e:JS sm
Bterllnir, C icton A Dabnqnef
7:Bupm,T e:iu sm
a r. u-.... SM ... TV......
A Psc. Ooaet vladaleeb'rg 7:10 pm ' fl 65 am
Daily. tDaily except Bonday.
CHICAGO, MILWACKBB A 8T PAUL Rail-wsy-Rsctne
A Sooth western Division
Depot Twentieth street, between First and becond
svennes. L II Grer, Agent,
TRAIN3 Lsavs Awmvs
Ifsll an-1 Express... .. 7:30 sm 9:1B sm
St Paul .Express 4:00 pm ll:0sa.
freight and Accommodstlon 8 :00 sti w.ajan.
Dally except Sunday.
DOCK ISLAND A PKORf A RAILWAY
r Deptt First Avenue snd Twentieth street
H Stocknoase, (ien'l Tkt Agent.
TRAINS. Ls.va Assrva '
Springfield, Cincinnati, Peo-
rls, etc .. 10:19 pm
Peoria, Springfield, St Louis
etc -SiOB am $:1P pm
Accomodation Fast Freight. 10;0 am
Peoris, Hprlngflcld. Cincin
nati, etc 1:45 pm 11:15 am
Peoria Accora Freight 7:10 pm lnfft sm
Sherrsrd AccomodoBon 5:00 sm 4:W pm
Cable Accomodation 8:40 sm :n pro
Cshle snd Sherrsrd Accom . 8:30 pre. 7:56 am
Psesenger trail., lesve C B I A P (Molina
venae) depot five (6) mlnats ssrllsr than tlms
given. Trams marked dally, all other train,
dally azceut Sunday.
Sooth, West and North. Colonists, cheap
South, West and North. Homeseebers
June 6 to 20, July 4 to 18, August 1 to 15 and
September 5 to If.
Denver, Colorado, Spring's, Pueblo and
Olen wood Splines and return. Special Kx-
e.rsions, June 25 to July 11 Inclusive.
Hay ward, Wis. Round Lake, season.
LosAnceles, Cel National Educational As
sociation, June 25 to July 8.
Mt. Loots, Mo Protective Order of Elks
June 19 and 20.
Detroit, Mich. Christian Endeavor, July J,
4 and 5.
Richmond, Vsw Baptist Younf People's
Union, July 10, II and 12.
Cincinnati, Uhio. Ka'iODsl 8angerfat.t
June ST and 2a
Cheap round trip tickets for the various sum
mer resort iuciudinir Iiot Springs, H. I are im
sale durinx the season. For rates and addition
al information call on or apply to
II. D. Mack, Phone M. J. Young
D. P. A. 1131 St 1180. Ajrent?
Tr. William-' Indian Pile
kOintcner.t wi. "wrc Hllnd
'lileedlnir ant. Itchin
Piles. It nbsorbs the tumors.
allays the itching at ouce. sets
las a rtouliice. irives inatant r.
lief. Dr. Williams' Indisn Pile Oint
ment i prepared for Piles and Itch-
Ing of the private parts. Kvery bos Is
warranted. By dnicariKts, by mail on se
elpt of pric. ftO cents snd f I.MO. WU.I
aUFACTURIs6 CO.. Props.. Cleveland. OtZZ
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