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THE ABGUflr FRT DAY, TULY 14, 1899
McCASKRLN A MoCASXSm,
ttoraaya at Law.
oek Island aad KHan. Roek Island offlea)
orerKraU slata'a Mr. MUaa offle oa
w. c oovniiT. m. o ooiiuxt
CONNELLY & CONNELLY,
At lorn era at Lw.
Money loued Offlea over Tbomaa drac
tore, eorner ot Seoond avenoa ana Seven
JACKSON A HUKST,
Attorneys at Law.
Offlee la Bock Island National Baak Build
WM. t- I.CDOIJ'H. BOBT. B RITIOIi.
LUDOLFH & REYNOLDS,
Attorney at Law.
Money to loan. General legal traatneaa. No
tary publls. 170a Seeond arenua, Buford
m D. swbssbt. a i walks.
SWEENEY & WALKER,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law.
Offlea la Bengston Block.
C J. SEABI.K,
State 'a Attorney.
SEA RLE & MARSHALL,
Attorneys at Law.
Transact a general legal business.
MoENIRY & McENIRY,
Attorneys at Law.
Lean money on good security; make eolleet-
tl mis. Keierenoe, Mitcneuo bynae, Danaers.
nsoe, Mitchell 4k Lynda building.
JOHN K. SCOTT,
City attorney of Rock bland. Boom 4,
auteneu a L.ynae ouuaing.
F. II. FIRST, M. D. -Fnystalan
Pbone 4 on 1967. Omee, 996 Twentieth
minnL. Offlee hours: 10 to It a. nv: t to 4 and
7 to 8 p. m. bundey, 8X1 to a. m.; 1:90 to
z p. m.
J. A. BALL, M. D.
Pnyslelaa and BorgeoB,
Offlee 1407 Beeond avenne. Resldenee 800
T eenty-fourta atreet. Telephone mo. umn
hours from 10 to 12 a. m; 9 to 4 p. m; and 7 to 8
p. m. Sundays V to 10 a. m.
DR. CORA EMERY REED.
Speelal attention to disc sees of women and
Children, abto diseases of eye, ear. nose and
throat. Omce hours 1):30 to 19 a. ax. 1 to 4 p
ax 321 Sixteenth street. Rook Island.
J. B. BCBK.HABT, M. D ...
MBS. HAI1A U. BT7BKBABT. M. D.
DRS.BURKIIART & BURK11ART,
Offlee Tremann block. Office boars 8 to It
a. m.. I to 6 and 7 to 9 p. m. 'r-hone No. 408.
Koek Island, 111. Night calls answered (ram
C. T. FOSTER, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Offlee between Third and Fourth avenues on
Twentieth street. Office hours: 8 to 1 1 a- m.,
Sto4p.ro. and 7 to 9 p.m. Night calls from
offlea.' Pbone 40B4.
DR.S. H. MILLER,
Veterinary Burgeon and Dentist,
All diseases of bones and eattle treated oa
approved principles. Sorgica operations per
formed In a sclentido manner. Uogs treated.
All eails promptly attended to. Residence,
Iftto fifth avenue. Telephone 4401. Ofnce
and Infirmary, 1415-1617 Fourth avenue
U sucker's stable), opposite No. 1 Are bouse.
DR. 1L EMMET STEEN,
- Davenport, Iowa.
Specialist and expert In the treatment oi
nervous, private and all chronic diseases of
men and women.
Hours: 10 to is. t o 4, o to 8, Sundays 10 to IS.
Flanisoo and Second streets, opposite new
DR. M. A. HOLLINGSWORTH,
Office, narpea House Pharmacy. Nlghtcalls
pbone 4361.' ;
C. L. SILVIS.
Over Krell Math's, 1718 Second avenue.
DR? C. W. GRAFTON,
Rooms 13 and Ik, Ml to he 11 A Lynda training.
Offloe hours from 8 to IS e. m. and 1 to p. sr.
J. T. TAYLOR,
Office hours to 17 a. m.. lS to 4:99 p. m.
B8 Klcbteectfe street. Opposite Ualoa offlee.
DRACK A KERNS,
Arehltaeta and Superlntenaaa s
Skinner Boat. Seeond Boor.
HENRY GAETJE, Prop.
Oat Flowers and Designs of aU Kinds,
city store, 1807 Seoond avenue- Telepboaa
I Baldness 1
I an be
just so long; as there is a particle
of vitality left in the hair roots. 9
The fact that the head is smooth S
end Mining is no positive proof -m
that the roots beneath are dead "
bnpdovn beneath tie skin, hair
'roots may yet exist, filled with
latent vitality, and all that is re- iff
quired to develop- them into a a
jj Deantuni neaa ot nair is me mm- g
ful application of the proper agents, g
gjl preparations furnish the easiest,' 43
jrj . snrest and quickest wsy to ascer- j-Rj
A tain if there is or is not latent life A
55 beneath a head bare of hair. Why
g not try them? g
SOLD 1!Y PRtGCISl
T. H. THOMAS,
Caracr Seoond Avenue and Seventeenth St
The Summer Girl's Complexion
needs care and pure emollients to
keep it free from tan, sunburn and
freckles. There is nothing like
our LILY CREAM for removing
tan, freckles and sunburn, and for
softening and whitening the skin.
We have ever thing for the toilet
table ami bathroom of the re lined
woman, Pure Soaps. Cosmetics,
Etc. A full Hue of PALMER'S
SUPERIOR PERFUMES. Try
A. J. MESS,
TlTjrTICT Corner of Fourth Avenue and
1iVLIUUiOl, Twenty-third St.. Hock Island, 111
BUFFET LIBRARY GARS
Best Dining Car Service.
& PEORIA RY.
on account of f.he
Ep worth League Convention.
Tickets sold July 19. SO aad 21. Re
turn limit Ao(Tust to.
For detail information, as to tickets.
train service, etc., apply to ticket
office foot of Twentieth street.
Gen'l Pass. Agent,
Rock Island. 111.
Melt's Nerverine Pills
t ration and
diseases of tb.
buvu aud uiiii liiku. rans of either
sex, such as Nervous Prostration, Failing or
lest Mrnbood, Impotency, Nirhtly Emis
sions, Youthful Errors, Mental Worry, ex
cessive use of Tobacco or Opium, which
lead to Consumption and Insanity. SljOO
per box by mails 6 boxes for 5-00.
I52TTS CHEMICAL C(L, Prop's, Cereland, Cbla.
For sale by M. V. IBahnsen. drufsitt, eorner
Fourta areaue and Twsouett street.
Subscribe for Tele Aftoua
CA.R. Committee Said to Havo
Concluded That Many of
Them Are Unfounded.
US QUIET KTTO THE BUREAU E3DED.
tommlttM Has st Conference with th
President u the General Subject of
Pensions and Their Payment Internal
Keren ae People Looking; Around far
I Mot Things from Which to RaUe Bit-noe-i-A'"w
That Have Been Suggested.
Washington, July 14. The pension
committee of the G. A. R. finished its
inquiry here yesterday afternoon and
most of its members left the city last
night. The committee has been here
three days, and during most of the
time has been accompanied by senior
Commander-in-Chief Johnson. Com
missioner of Pensions Evans and a
corps of the most experienced employes
of the bureau have given the most
thorough co-operation to the commit
tee, placing themselves and all the of
ficial files at its disposal. Headed by
Chairman Brown the committee called
at the White House yesterday and for
an hour and a half was engaged in con
ference with President McKinley. Dur
ing that time it threshed over the
whole pension policy, the discussion
covering the laws governing the sys
tem, the rulings made both by the" in
terior department and the pension bu
reau for their execution, and changes
desired in the interest of the govern
ment and of the pensioners.
President Freely Expressed Himself.
The president paid unusual attention
to the delegation, and gave free ex
pression to his views on the subject.
Later the body returned to the pension
bureau, where it spent most of th
afternoon talking over matters in
formally with the commissioner. AU
the soldiers' widows employed in the
office were called together to meet the
committee, before whom they passed
in line and exchanged friendly saluta
tions. Late in the afternoon a final
meeting of the committee was held in
the hotel quarters, when individual
views and recommendations were pre
sented and an informal consultation
held as to the nature of the report to
be made. This document will be pre
sented at the Philadelphia annual en
campment of the G. A. R. in September.
Many Complaints Unfounded.
Pending the report Colonel Johnson,
the committee's spokesman, and his col
leagues declined absolutely to discuss
their work or the results of their In
quiry. It was admitted, however, that
much which has been printed concern
ing the action of the bureau has been
found untrue. The examination of the
flies has shown a lack of foundation
for many complaints that have formed
the basis of criticism. It was learned
before the committee's departure that j
when it arrived here It ha.il n mpmnran- 1
dum of about thirty cases in which the
rulings had been criticised. The pa
pers In these cases were sent for in
regular order and it is understood dis
closed substantially no foundation for
the attacks on the official action upon
MORE INCOME IS NECESSARY.
Internal Revenue People Hnntlnr Co
Cases Where Taxes Can Be Levied.
Washington, July 14. It Is alto
gether probable that the next annual
report of the internal revenue bureau
will recommend a number of changes
In the war revenue act. In the main
the law has worked satisfactorily, and
has produced almost exactly the
amount estimated by the commission
er. This, however, was less than the
estimates generally accepted by well
informed members of congress. The
Internal revenue officials are of the
opinion that the law might properly
be extended in certain directions with
out becoming at all burdensome to the
public, and in a way to produce a con
siderable revenue. One of the proposi
tions now under consideration la to as
sess a tax on the sale or rental of all
In speaking of the matter one of the
officials spoke of the telephone com
panies in this connection, and at the
same time said there were many in
ventions producing an enormous profit
which could well stand a revenue tax.
It probably will be suggested to con
gress that express and telegraph com
panies doing a money exchange busi
ness be required to pay an annual tax
for the privilege. Although taxes are
now paid on receipts and telegrams
respectively it is pointed out that bank
ers are required to pay a yearly tax
of $50, which is regarded as a dis
crimination against them. It is proba
ble that each express office and tele
graph office in towns having, over a
certain population if the views of the
trcesury officials are approved by con
gress will be required to pay a cer
tain yearly tax for the privilege of do
ing an exchange business.
It is also likely that a modification of
the law with respect to mutual insur
ance companies may be recommended.
In the present act there is considerable
obscurity with respect to the provisions
as to these companies, both fire and
life. The whole group of coal-tar ex
tracts has been decided by the courts
to be cot subject to the tax. A pound
of pbenacetine costs in Canada, it is
said, from 12 tO15 cents and yet in the
United States the price is uniformly a
dollar a pound. This drug, it is thought,
could well stand a heavy tax.
Another Monroe Doctrine Ci
Washington. July 14. It is problem
atical what attitude will be adopted by
our government in case an attempt
should be made by European govern
ments to seize customs houses in
Guatemala to collect money for bond
holders. Our government heretofore,
and notably in Blaine's time, has
leaned to the belief that the holders of
government bonds took their bonds
subject to the vicissitudes and chances
of repudiation, the prices being regu
lated by the risks incurred.
Herr Rose, of Apia, Samoa.
Washington. July 14. Herr Rose, the
German consul general at Samoa dur
ing the recent exciting events there.
arrived in Washington unexpectedly
yesterday and reported to the German
emrassy, and was later taken to ths
sate department, and presented to
secretary Hay and Assistant Secretary
Hill. This gave an .opportunity for a
rather extended conference on Samoan
affairs, in the course of which II err
Rose defended his course dnring the
troublous days of last spring and ex
plained his view of many of the inci
dents -in Samoa.
Import apd Export Statistics.
Washington, July 14. The monthly
statement of the imports and exports
of the United States shows that during
June the imports of merchandise into
the United States amounted to $61,
686.20S, Of which $25,581,331 was free of
duty. For the year the total imports
of merchandise amounted to $697,077.
3S8, of which over 1300.000,000 was free
ot duty. The exports of domestic mer
chandise during June aggregated $94.-
82S.732, a gain of about $2,000,000. For
the year the exports amounted to $1,
272.433,425. a decrrease from last year
At Tney a Detriment to the General Com
manding; sun Army?
Everything in a campaign depends
upon the general in command, upon his
coolness, resourcefulness and rapidity
of glance. He may be a man who dis
likes correspondents, a dislike they are
certain to return,- and he feels therefore
as if he were perpetually watched in
the gravest crises by personal enemies,
a feeling which would have been fatal
to Marlborough or Eugene of Savoy, the
two commanders most remarkable for
immovable sang froid. Everybody is
not born with the advertising spirit,
and there are insects which under a
burning glass feel torture instead of
that enjoyment of warmth which the
operator maintains they ought to feel.
Imagine the condition of a general like
Frederick the Great, whose main busi
ness during three years of his tmpaign
ing life was to repair defeat, with 50
"correspondents" in his camp reporting
every disaster, every preparation and
every execution of the incompetent or
the unruly !
It would be maddening to such a
general to know that the distribution of
blame or fame did not depend upon
himself, but would be taken out of his
hands by writers not under his com
mand, who would declare that an attack
like that on Speicheren, which almost
cost an army corps, was "superb" be
cause it succeeded, or that the perhaps
best general in the army was habitual
ly a little late in issuing his commands.
We do most seriously believe that there
are officers of the highest merit in the
British army from whom the country
will never obtain the best service they
are capable of performing because of the
multitude of reporters in the camps.
That is a thought which those who are
responsible for armies are bound to j
ponder, and, knowing as they do its j
truth, we do not wouder that they
doubt whether to interest tber readers oi
newspapers is an advantage sufficient
to outweigh so many risks. Loudon
A Terrible Threat.
"George," said lira. Yonnglove, "do
you know that yon have kissed me only
once during the past three hours?"
"Yes." he replied; '"and if yon eat
any more onions I may make it three
hours and a half next time."
She could only tremble and wonder
if it were to turn out that her love had
been misplaced, after alL Chicago
Temper, says an authority, has im
mense influence on the tone of the sing
ing voice. An ill natnred or querulous
person will invariably have a catlike
quality in the voice, which is percepti
ble in singing quite as much as in
CUIeazo drain nnd Prodaee.
Chicago, July 13.
Wheat Open. Htsrh. Low. Close.
July $ .72, $ .72 $ -72 $ .72
September .. .73 .744 .73 -734
December ... .75 .70Ts .75 .75
July 34 .34 .34 .34
September .. .34 .34. .34 .34
December ... .33 .33 .S3 .33
July 24 .24 .24 .24
September .. .20 .20Tfc .20 .20
May 2i .22 .22 .22
September .. 9-33 9.40 912 9.20
October 9.47 9.50 9.17 9.20
September .. 5.32 5.55 5.42 5.43
October 5.C0 5 60 6 50 5.50
September .. 5.27 5.30 5.17 5.20
October 5.37 ' 5.37 5.25 5.25
Produce: Butter Kxtra creameries,
1717c per tb; extra dairies, 1515c;
fresh packing stock. 12c. Kgrgs
Fresh stock. 12c per dozen. Live
Poultry Turkeys. 78c per lb; chick
ens. &S9c; springs, 12ai4c; ducks, 7
8c per tb;,B;eese. $3.50 5.00 per dozen.
New Potatoes Fair to choice, 550
60c per bushel. New Apples 20(& 40c
per 1-3 bu box. Strawberries Fair to
choice. 75cJ1.25 per 16-qt case. Black
raspberries. 75c5$1.00 per 24-pt case;
red. 70&85c per 24-pt case. Blackberries
$L001.25 per 24-qt case.
Chicago Uve Stock.
Hogs Estimated receipts for the day,
25.000. Sales ranged at $4. 0004.30 for
piss. $4.104.35 for light, $3,9534.15 for
rough packing. $4.10(34.35 for mixed, and
$4.254.40 for heavy packing and ship
Cattle Estimated receipts for the
day. 9.000. Quotations ranged at $5.50
i5.S3 choice to extra steers, $5.005.45
good to choice do., $4.705.00 for fair
to good. $4.2534.60 common to medium
do.. $4.C4.40 butcher's steers. $4,650
5.40 fed western steers. $3.805.10 feed
ing steers. $2.25&4.3G cows, $3.005.10
heifers. $2.806 4.40 bull and oxen. $3.75
4.65 stars. $4.0005.10 Texas, steers, and
$4.5007.50 veal calves.
Sheep Estimated receipts for the
day. 9.000. Quotations ranged at $4,259
5.40 westerns. $3.255.30 natives, and
Milwaukee. July 13.
Wheat Higher; N'ql nortbern;.76q;
Xs 2 .northern. " '
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
Tba Rind Yea Hare Atojs Bssgct
That Looks Like It Might Have
Very Far-Reaching Con
sequences. AMERICANS AND BRITISH DKITE.
Vast Capitol at tb Back of the Comblaa
tioa. VFbUsh Will Try tsv Develop 8om
Part of the Chios empire Celestials
Arm Crtwdtlliof and Cote! Sam and
John Boll Are Asked to Show the Steel
Fist to Ah Sin.
New York, July 14. The Tribune
says this morning: A business alliance
ot American and English capitalists bas
been recently formed which is of unu
sual interest and importance because
ot the leading positions held by these
men on both sides of the Atlantic; be
cause of the many millions of dollars
involved in it; because the United
States government is about to be asked
to give the compact official sanction
and moral support; because England
has already formally approved it, and
because the field of its operations is
beyond the jurisdiction of both na
tions. Announcement of this alliance
was made yesterday by F. W. Whit-
ridge, of the firm of Cary & Whit
ridge, who now fills the place left va
cant by the death of ex-Senator Calvin
S. Br ice as chairman of the executive
committee of the American-China De
velopment company. The company is
one party to the agreement and the
other is the British and Chinese cor
Scheme They Are Going to Work.
This makes a combination of the
most powerful capitalists in the world;
the field of their activities is China.
The concessions which ex-Senator
Brice secured from the Chinese gov
ernment for the American-China De
velopment company consist of the right
to construct a railroad 750 miles long
from Canton to Hankow; exceedingly
valuable coal mining concessions, and
other industrial franchises of less in
dividual but great aggregate value. The
British company bad a contract to
build an eighty-mile railway from Can
ton to Kowloon, on the sea coast. The
two resolved to pool their undertaking
and their profit.
Where the Britishers Proved Useful.
The British company apparently got
the better of the bargain, but its ability
to sell Chinese bonds in the money
markets of Europe exceeded the ability
of the American company to sell Chi
nese bonds in America or anywhere
else to such an extent that the advan
tage is only apparent. The American
company's engineer, W. Barclay Par
sons, of this city, has completed , the
survey of the railway line from Han
kow to Canton and an agent of the
syndicate is now in Shanghai.
IMPORTANT NATIONAL ASPECT.
Government Demands That May Be
Weighty In Making History.
Parsons reports that the negotiations
at Pekin have reached a critical stage,
and that there is a disposition on the
part of the Chinese government, repre
sented by Sheng Tajen, director of rail
ways, to avoid fulfilling its part of the
contract. Thi3 is the cause for appeal
ing to our government for moral sup
port. Whitridge asserts that Lord
Salisbury has already instructed the
B'.itish ambassador in China to treat
the contract secured by the American
company and shared with the English
company as- if it were a British con
tract, and urge the Chinese govern
ment to fulfill its terms. The Ameri
can company sent Parsons to Wash
ington yesterday to make a formal
request that the government of the
United States take a similar stand.
Such a demand upon the United States
government is probably unprecedented.
The British and Chinese Corpora
tion, Limited (the London capital in
volved), is a syndicate composed of the
most powerful financiers in Great Brit
ain; among others the Arbuthnot
Brothers. Baring Brothers, the Hong
Kong and Shanghai bank, Ernest Cas
sel. Sir Sandys Dawes, Henry Oppen
heim. Lord Rothschild, Sir Thomas
Southerland. S. S. Gladstone, John
Walter (the lord mayor) and other peo
ple of well known standing. The
American China Development com
pany includes Kuhn, Loeb & Co.; Mor
ton. Bliss & Co.; Central Trust com
pany; Chase National bank; First Na
tional bank; J. Donald Cameron, of
Pennsylvania; Hugh J. Grant; Car
negie Steel company; Arthur Sewall,
of Maine; the Rockefellers, some mem
bers of the Vanderbilt family and oth
ers of equal standing.
Governor's Iay at the Camp.
Springfield, Ills., July 14. Yesterday
was governor's day at Camp Lincoln,
and at 4 o'clock in the afternoon Act
ing Governor Warder arrived at camp,
accompanied by some of the general
officers of the Illinois National Guard
and members of Governor Tanner's
personal staff, and was met at the
camp gates, and escorted to general
headquarters. He was greeted by a
salute of seventeen guns. A state din
ner was served at general headquarters
at 5 o'clock, and at 6:30 p. m. the act
ing governor reviewed the regiment,
the review being followed by dreBS
Mnst Pay the Inheritance Tax.
Chicago, July 14. The fights made
in the county court against the col
lection of the inheritance tax by the
heirs of George M. Pullman and Albert
M. Billings have both been lost so far
as the lower courts are concerned, and
tue collection of the taxes in question,
amounting to about $200,000 in both
estates, will be made unless the su
preme court fails to sustain Judges
Carter and Epler, who presided at the
Fun ton Consecrated m Bishop.
Norfolk. Va July 14. In Trinity
Episcopal church, Portsmouth, yester
day Rev. James Bowen Funston was
consecrated missionary bishop of
Idaho. Bishop Whittle, of Virginia,
acted in place of the presiding bishop
and Bishops Randolph, of Virginia,
and Paret. of Maryland, were the co
conseerators. Bishop Whittaker. of
Pennsylvania, and Peterkin, of West
Virginia, acted as presenters.
One WSio Knows.
& P&MeipMa Physician, Like a PMladelpMa lawyer, Is Kotei For Wisdom.
W. R. D. Blackwell.
M. D-, 853 North 2Srd
street, Philadelph ia.Pa. ,
writes to the Buffalo
Medical Journal this
" xears ago 1 naa a
call from, the repre
of a firm
I told him that.
in my opinion, no
thin extract of malt
was any good. He
simply waited until
I got through with
my talk on the sub
ject, and the next
day sent to several
hospitals that I bad
named him, a few
cases of his prepa
ration. Ho also sent
me a quantity, and
.11 SI . X 1UUUU lit IU UU buo
I VI -very est malt!
had ever come
into my hands, and since
then 1 have stuck to it. This
"best malt" is known to the trade as
The "Best" Tonic Pabst Malt Extract.
It is a long time since I first came into
the knowledge of this excellent brand of
malt, and it will be an equally long time
(if I live) before I will give it up for any
other. I bolieve In The "Best'4Tonic
as being the best; no punning being in
tended. It is not acrid or sour, ns too
many of the brands are. It "sets" well
on the stomach in weak ladies who re
fect the ordinary malts. It keeps well
also, which is an item of moment. It is:
economical in cost, and is pleasant in
taste. Such characteristics ought to
make doctors try it, if you don't already
know its merits, and such of my reaUers
as have not yet invested in it would do
well to find out for themselves what it
really is, and I am sure that they will
not be disappointed when they do."
What this Philadelphia doctor has
aid is an eld story with those who are
CHAS. E. HODGSON . .
Fire Insurance Agency,
Traders Ins. Co., - - Chicago, Dl.
Union Ins. Co. - Philadelphia, Pa.
Rockford Ins. Co. - - Rockford. Ill
Security Ins, Co. - New Haven, Conn.
State Ins. Co. - - - Rockford, HI.
Offlee, Room S, Buford block. Rates
aalowaa consistent with seourlty.
J. fll. Buford,
The old Fire and
Losses Promptly Paid.
-Rates aa ow aa any
ean afford. Your
patronage la aollo
lied. GEO. WAGNER, Jr.
Represents the following well
known Fire and Aocldent Invar
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Rochester German Ins Co.
...Rochester, N Y
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, Peoria, 111
.Manchester, N H
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German " .
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Fidelity and Casualty
Offlee corner Eighteenth street and
Seoond avenue, aeoord Hoot.
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Protect your homes
by Insuring in Re
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Miteheil Lynda Block.
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Builders : : :
sVUO MAHCriCTUUIS or
Sash, Doors, Blinds and Moulding:
v eneerea ana tiara vv ooa i loor
ing ol All Kinds.
Single and Donble Strength Window
Olass, folisbed relate, Beveled
Plate and Art Glass.
gBte.nm Rock Island.
familiar with Pabst Malt Extract, The
If you have been sick, this tonlo
will help you to recover your health and
n.HAHM.U T. ;ii nf
LU. 1 T. AA fUW lipUU
you, orace you np, revive the whole
system, as ietxis uiuuu, uraiu, nerves
and bntv"If of your loved ones is
ill, and is growing thin and weak, Tho
"Best" Tonic will give him new strength
and keep up his spirits. It is easily
;Mota1 .nH la full ff t hrt TPfr hrtct nr.,,,.-
ishment in concentrated form, fowl for
0tfu tTWf$iiPP nerves. If palo
and anemic, it will give rich, red blood,
. 1 t An.l will tlflrk tl lirirc
aUU If AM, etux. ..... ' ' f
glowing cheeks and sparkling eyes. If
nervously exuausieu, is win umvu you
. .m tri-vt 1TAH rim 1" T! fl Hoi T1 f'O 1 1
is a boon to every nursing mother, and
supplies the rignt nounsnmeni. ior iotn
herself and her baby. It brings strength
t,A Inrallil AMnt9 CL CTOTut ft DToM TO
helps to cure dyspepsia, and will go fur
to insure sounu, reiresiuug nimnm-i iu
all those who suffer from wakefulness
from any cause.
How mauv " pretty-feat nrcd" girls
and women lose all their charm and
A.nA.;.,Ar,Aca Vtv Viotnfr vinlliil Hullo w
Itiatllliuiaa ' j w-."t .......... ------ - -
and trray, as if all the blood in their
veins were turnea 10 sKimmeu iuiik i
Even when riding a bicycle, playing
tnnnia nrcrnlf nr tn.inir ofher rileitsant
exercise, their eves are still dull and
lifeless, no llusb beautiucs ineir cneeKs,
and the air of languor and lassitude
makes them "sicklied o'er with the pale
cast of thought," or else, like Cassius,
have a "lean and hungry look." These
rlicorrT-oatnliln fostlirPS RTO the OIltCOmB
of anemia, a wasting out of the corpus
cles of the blood, thinning down of tho
vital fluids, until a person is weak,
rtmhnintail Ami tinhrnlt liv lnnkirtfr. Thn
vuJttLia,uu - " " " - - - r
antidote to this unpleasant condition,
however is at nana, raosi juan r.xiract.
The "Best" Tonic, is au imruediato and
visible help in making a soft, glowing
color, a splendid appetite, a power to
digest and assimilate tho food, and turn
it into fine, pure, healthful blood. Don't
look so faded out and limp when you
can easily look sweetly strong. A few
bottles win snow you wnai 11 can
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
CHICAGO, ROOK INLAND As PACIFIC RAIL
, wsy Tickets can be purchased or fcsmiKS
ecked at R I A P Twentieth street depot, oi
OKUF depot, comer Filth arsnoe and Thirty
trst street, Frank H Flummer, AKent.
Denver Limited A Omaha....
Ft Worth, Denver A ft C
Omsua and Des Moines
Omaha A Minneapolis
Omahs at Des Moixss Bz ....
am I tin
am I till
am f A
Bin t I
IDonvrr, Lincoln A OmhS..
Oenvor. Lincoln A Omaha. ..
Des Moines Express
Bock Island A Unresn Ac...
So Paul A Mtnoeapo ls
Denver. Ft Worth A K O
in t ft
tKsnnaxCity ft J-s A Denver
ikocs isiani A w shd'tikuui
UblcaeoA Wc t Liberty ...
Rnok Island A Brooklyn Ac.
tOmaba and Rock Is'snd
Arrival. fDepsrtare. Dully, exospt Sufrtsv.
f Tlly except datardsr. All others dally. Tele
BURLINGTON ROUTH-O B A Q BAIL
way Depot First s vac as aad llxtaanta
treat, at J Yocnx, Acenk
9t. Prringfleld, Peoria,
Bar. Qaln. vis atonmontb
Ohlcas-3, Merlinf, Clinton A
Peoria, Beardstown, Bar
llnetoc, Denver AWeet....
St. Paul A MlnnenpoMr .....I
sterling-. C'lnton A Dnbnqne
t 7:40 am
t 8 40 pm
t 2.4ft pm
7:60 pm; 8:16 sm
7:bu pm t b:u sm
APae.Coat via Qalwb'rg 7:10 pro' g S3 am
Daily. tDaily eioept Sunday.
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE A ST FAUX. Rail
way Racine A Southwestern Dlvlsloa
Depot Twentieth street, betweea first and Baoond
avenues. L B Greer, Agent,
TRAIN 8 I UiTi Aaiuya"
Mall and Kzpreat 7:30 am 9:15 am
Bt Psol Bxprees 4:00 pm ll:S0an.
freight and Accommodation 8:00 am .0 aa
Dally except Bnnday.
noOK ISLAND A PSORIA RAILWAY
r oepct First Avenne and Twentieth street.
Stockbonae, Gen'l Tkt Agent,
TRAINS. Lbav Aaarva
Bprlnp field, Cincinnati, Peo
ria, etc ' 10:19 am
Peoria, Springfield, Bt Loalf
etc AiOBam l:4C pm
Accomodation Fsst Freight. 10:M am
Peoria. Hprlngueld. Cincin
nati, etc 1:46pm 11:15 a-n
Peoria Accom. Freight 7:10 pm I:ii6am
Bhsrrard Accomodation 6:00 am 4:60 pm
Cable Accomodation 8:40 sm 9:90 pm
Cable and Bherrard Accom . 9:30 pm 7:66 am
Pseaenger trslns leave C R I A P (Molina
venae) depot five (6) mlsatee earlier than time
given. Trains narked dally, all other trains
dally except Sunday.
First-class Roadbed. Vestibuled
Trains. .Chair Cars, Seats Free.
Dining Cars. Cafe Plan. Com
partment and Standard Sleepers.
Hot Springs, S. D. Yellow Stone
Nebraska, National 1'ark,
Traversing tbe Great Corn IJelt.
Electric Fans, and Acetyalone
Gas to cool and brighten the trip
of the traveler.
Steamship tickets on sale to
and from European and Con
tinental points via various
II. D. Mack, Phone M. J. Yovsa .
D. P. A. 1131 & 1180. Agent.
Dr. William Indian Pt!
Ointment wU ure lillnd
Hleedina: anu Iichin
Raijays tbe Itching at once, acts
riwu. Ah sukiitu. toe twmors.
ssssas a poultice, rives instant re
lief. Dr. u iliiam' Indian Pile Oint
ment I nreparetl for Piles anil 1li.
lng of the private parta. Every box Is
warranted. Uy dniirgista. by msll oi. m.
aeint of price. SO cents and SI.AO. Will ' ' .
JUfcUfACTUfilHG CO.. frops.. Clevelw CKui
Sold by af F. Banhaea oraggisis