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THE ABGUS. TTJZSDAT, JULY 25, 1899.
McCASKRIN & McCASKRIN.
Attorney at Law.
Boek Island and Milan. Boek Tstaed offlM
over Krell Mtb'a atr. Milaa oSm ea
m. c cobubxly. a. a ookiut
CONNELLY A CONNELLY,
Attorney at Law.
Money loaned Office over Tboeoae ro
tore, comer of Seoond avenue end Seven
JACKSON A HURST,
' Attorneys at Law.
OfflM In Boek Island National Bank Build
e. ft. U LCDOLTH. BOBT. B. BBTHOIXS.
LUDOLPII A REYNOLDS.
Attorneys at Law.
Money to loan. General legal bit sinews No
tary public l70i Beeond svenua, Buford
m. D. iwnwsr. a i walks.
SWEENEY & WALKER,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law.
OfBee In Benetton Bloek.
C. a. SCAB LB,
a B MARSHALL,
SEA RLE & MARSHALL.
Attorneys at Law.
Transact a general legal business.
McENIRY A McENIRY,
Attorneys at Lw. '
Loan money on good security; make eollee
time. Reference. Mitchell A Lynda, bankers,
ufflce, Mitchell Lynde bull dine.
J011N K. SCOTT,
City attorney of Rock Is' and. Room 4,
Mitchell A Lynde building.
F. K. FIRST, M. D.
Fbyslclan and Surf eon.
Phone 4 on 117. Office, KM Twentieth
street. Office bourn: 10 to IS a. m: t to 4 and
f to 8 p. m. Sunday. 8:20 to BJO a. m.; 1:20 to
J. A. BALL. M. D.
Fbyslclan and Burgeon.
Office 1W7 Beeond arenne. Residence 800
Twenty-fourth street. Telephone Ilia Offlee
sours from 10 to 12 a. m; S to 4 p. m; and 7 to 8
p. m. Sundays w to iu a. m.
DR. CORA EMERY REED.
- Special attention to diseases of women and
children, also diseases of eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office bours 9:30 to 12 a. m., 1 to 4 p.
so. 821 Slztecnib street. Rock Island,
J. B. BDBKH 1RT, M. D ...
MRS. H ADA M. BTTBKHABT, ML. D.
DRS. BURKHART A BURKHART,
Offloe Tremann block. Office bours 8 to It
a. m., 1 to 6 and 7 to 9 p. m. 'fhone No. 40CO.
Rock Island, ill. Night calls answered from
C. T. FOSTER, M. D.
Physician and Surg eon.
Office between Third and Fourth avenues on
Twentieth street. Offloe hours: 9 to 11a.m.,
S to 4 p. m. and 7 to it p. m. Night calls from
office. l"hone 4084.
DR. S. II. MILLER.
Veterinary Burgeon and Dentist,
All diseases of horses and cattle treated on
approved principle. Surgical operations per
formed in a scientific manner. LXopi treated.
All calls promptly attended to. Residence,
1K28 Fifth avenue. Telephone 44l. Office
and Infirmary, 11V117 Fourth avenue
4 at sucker s stable), opposite No. 1 lire house.
DR. II. EMMET STEEN,
Specialist and expert In the treatment oi
nervous, private and all chronic diseases of
Baen and women.
Hours: 10 to IS. t o 4, 6 to 8. Sundays 10 to IS.
Harrison and Seoond streets, opposite new
DR. M. A. HOLLINGSWORT1I,
Office. Harper House lliannacy. Night calls
C. L. SILVIS,
Over Krell Math. 1716 Beeond avsnne.
DR. C. W. GRAFTON.
Room IS and I&, Mitchell A Lynde building.
Offlee hours from 8 to IS a. m. and 1 to 6 r. xr .
J. T. TAYLOR.
Offlee hours to IS a. m.. 140 to 4 -JO p. m.
810 Ricbteentk street. OodosIm Union offloe.
DRACK & KERNS.
Architects and Superintendents
Bklnner Block. Beeond Boor.
HENRY GAETJE, Prop.
Cat Flowers and Deatg-s of all Kind.
City store, 1807 Second areas. Telephone
17 -. --;
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cleanses the system
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Notice of Publication Chancery.
State of Illinois,
Rock Island County. f
In tbe circuit oourt. May term, A. D. 1899.
Rock Lsland Mutual Tlulld'nff Lo n and Savings
Association vs. William Stevens. Lottie
K. Stevens. Jms W. Atkinson, Tbumu
i-yuess du wuuum it. ettevens.
Affidavit of noti-re,lden(re of thft dfnrint.
Wfji D. Stevens, impleaded with tbe above
-eien-ants. wuilam Stevens. Loltle K. fctev
ens. J amen W. Atkinxon una Tfaoman Lyuess,
baviOK been bled in tbe clerk's office of tbe cir
cuit court of said county, notice is therefore
nereny given to tne s:uu non-resident deiena
ant that tbe comniainant Hied its bill of com'
plaioi in said court. on tbe chancery side there
of, on the twentv-nln n day of March, lsw, and
that thereupon a summons issued out of said
oourt, wherein said suit Ls now pending, re
turnable on the tirst Monday in tbe month of
May next, as Is by law required. Now,
unless you. the said- non-resident defendant
above named, William 1. Si evens, shall
personally be and appear before said
circuit court, on the first day of tbe
next term thereof, to be holden at Kock Island
in and for tbe said countv.on the third Mondav
In September next, and piead. answer or de
mur to saiu complainant s bill of complaint,
the same and the matters and things therein
charged and stated will be taken as confessed,
and a decree entered against you accord! g
to tbe prayer of said bill.
tBUKj W. Gamblk. Cleric
Rock Island. Illinois. July 7. A. I) , IW
K. H. UCTIH, Complainant's tolicltor.
Kstate of H rt C. Swayne, deceased.
Tbe undersigned, havintr been appointed
executrix of the ljst nill and ten ment of iiert
C. swayne. late of tbe count; of Kock Island,
state of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice
that she will appear before the county court of
Rock Island county, at the county court room,
in the city of Kock Iland. at the Ootoler
term, on the first Monday In October Jnext.
at which time all persons having claims
against said estate are notified and requested
to attend for tbe purpose of having the same
adjusted. All persons indebted to said estate
are requested to make immediate payment to
IHttcd this 17lb day of Jul v. A. D. 1899.
La UK a It S wayne. Executrix.
Kstate of Chris-1 m Scbat. deceased.
Tbe undersigned having ueen appointed
executrix of the last will and testa
ment of Christian SchaL.. late of tbe
county of Rock Island, state of Illinois,
deceased, hereby gives notice that she will
appear before the county court of Rock
Island county, at tbe county court room. In
the city or Rock Uland. at tbe October
term, on tbe first Monday In October next,
at which time all persons having claims against
said estate are notiiled and requested to at
tend, for tbe purpose of bavlng the same ad
justed. All persons Indebted to said estate
are requested to make Immediate payment
to the undersigned.
Dated this i;th dav of July. A. D. 1899.
Mahv Johanna Schatz. Executrix.
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CLOSING THEIR WORK
Delegates to the Peace Confer-
' ence Nearly Ready to Ad
journ Sine Die.
BUHMAEY OF WHAT HAS BEES DOSE
Three Cor -rations Prepared for Snbmli
klnn fol Signature to the Interested
Powers Five Matters That Are Sag
Seated as Needing; Attention Correspond
drnt Thinks Arbitration Will Be Sue-
cess Salient Points of tbe Scheme.
The Hague, July 25. The peace con
ference has adopted a final act which
shows how near it is to adjourning
embodying the results of the interna
tional peace conference. After enumer
ating the names and qualifications of
all the delegates it says: "In a series
of meetings in which the above dele
gates participated, inspired through
out by the desire to realize in the
highest possible measure the generous
views tf its august initiator, the con
ference has drawn up for the approval
of the respective . governments tho
series of conventions and declarations
"Convention for the pacific settle
ment of international disputes. This
is the arbitration agreement.
"Convention concerning the laws
and customs of war on land.
"Convention for the adoption of law3
against the use of asphyxiating or de
leterious gases ' from balloon pro
jectiles, and for the prohibition of the
use of bullets that easily expend in the
Five Thing To Be Done Yet.
The final act contains five expres
sions of opinion, as follows: "The con
ference considers that limitations of
the military charges which at present
oppress the world are greatly to be
desired for the increase of the ma
terial and moral welfare of mankind.
"The conference expresses the opin
ion that the question of the rights and
duties of neutrals should be inscribed
on the programme of a conference to
be held at an early date.
"The conference expresses the opin
ion that questions relative to the type
and calibre of rifles and naval artillery
as examined by itshould be the sub
ject of study by the different govern
ments, with a view to arriving at a
uniform solution by a future confer
"The conference expresses the wish
that an early convention be called to
revise the Geneva convention.
"The conference has resolved that
questions relating to the inviolability
of private property in war on land and
the bombardment of towns or villages
in naval warfare be reserved for future
The convention was signed by all
the plenary delegates.
Kesalts Arliie rd Beyond Hope.
London, July 25. The correspondent
of The Times at The Hague says: "The
delegates to the international peace
conference are quite buoyant at the
uuhoped-for results achieved. Sir
Julian Pauncefote thinks that, depite
the failure of the disarmament plan, it
will be difficult to continue arming on
the come scale as before, while now
that a permament court of arbitration
la provided for at trifling cost con
flicting states will no more turn their
backs on arbitration than would a
hungry man fail to enter a restaurant
providing good, cheap fare."
6CIIEMK OF ARBITRATION.
Salient Points of It as It Has Been Adopt
ed in Committee.
The If ague, July 26. The scheme of
arbitration which has engaged the at
tention of the peace conference to a
greater extent than any other subject
before it has been completed in com
mittee, and only needs adoption by the
whole conference to bring the great
gathering to a close. The first article
of the arbitration scheme asserts the
benefits and practicability of peaceful
solutions of international differences,
and pledges the signatory powers to
avoid resort to arms. Another article
declares that the signing of the conven
tion implies an agreement to submit
in good faith all difficulties and to bow
to the derision of the mediation or ar
In case of disagreement the powers
are first to invoke tbe good offices of
friendly nations, and, on their part,
disinterested nations shall have the
privilege of spontancouslyofferingtheir
mediation, either before or during hos
tilities. When differences are caused
by conflicting views as to facts which
do not involve vital interests or honor,
the powers concerned shall have re
course to the institution of internation
al committees of inquiry. Such com
mittees are to decide the issues of fact.
but their report is not to have thechar-
acter of an arbitration award.
Finally, in all questions of judicial
bearing, and especially as regards the
meaning or application of treaties, ar
bitration is to be invoked. A perma
nent court of arbitration, accessible at
all times, is to be established. Tho.
awards of the permenent court are not
to be final, but subject to revision in
certain cases and under prescribed con
ditions. The permanent court is to be
composed of four men of the highest
qualifications for their office named by
each of the signatory parties, and the
nations desiring to arbitrate can select
as many as they want from these. They !
Has President Krn-er Reslraed?
Cape Town, July 25. Advices have
been received here confirming the re
port that President Kruger, of tbe
Transvaal, has resigned.
Paris. July 25. Dispatches received
here from Pretoria. South African re
public, say that the absence of Presi
dent Kruger from the meeting of the,
executive council yesterday gave cur
rency to a rrport that he had resigned.
President Kruger. when seen last night
in regard to the matter, denied this ru
mor, stating positively that it waa
KnttMer to Rihop Vertln.
Marquette. Mich- July 25. Rev.
Frederick Els has received a papal ball
giving him the position of bishop of
tbe diocese cf Marquette and Sault Stc
A LINEMAN'S CLOSE CALL.
-I. D. Cralglow Falls Forty Feet From a
M. D. Craiglow, a lineman em
ployed by the Central Union Tele
phone company, had a thrilling; and
narrow escape from death about 6
o clock last nint wnue at work on a
pole on the north side of Second ave
nue in front of Kachman s grocery
The telephone company is to here'
after use new poles that have been
erected on the south side of the ave
nue. Those ou the north side are
being dismantled and will in the
future serve as supporters for the
electric light and power wires. Craig
low was at work at the top of the
pole when he lost his balance ana fell
to the pavement, a distance of 40 feet,
alighting on bis face. It was at first
feared his neck was broken. He was
carried unconscious into SpeideTs
drug store, where Dr. J. F. Myers
administered to him, after which he
was conveyed to St. Anthony's hos
pi tali in the ambulance. Dr. J De
bilva dressed. Craiglow s injuries.
which consist of a fracture of the
right wrist, a gash over the right eye
and severe bruises about tbe body.
If Craiglow is not hurt internally
he will soon be able to be around.
ANNUAL OF THE BAPTISTS.
County Association to Meet In Mollne
The annual meeting of the Kock Isl
and County Baptist association will
open in Moline Aug. 22. The associa
tion is composed of Kock Island, Mer
cer and Henry counties, and delega
tions from each church throughout
the district will be in attendance,
The session will last two or three
days, and the program will include
addresses, reports on the program of
the denomination, papers, recitations
ana a general good time together.
' Retailers' Seml-Montbly.
The semi-monthly meeting of the
llock Island Retail Merchants'- asso
ciation was held last nijrht at Krell &
Math hall. President G. II. Kings
burv, as one who attended the recent
meetiu'g at the Kock Island Club to
take up the matter of - improving the
telephone service, reported the senti
ment expressed and the action taken.
The excursion committee submitted
a report. A neat sum was realized
from the venture.
A communication was received
frem President George II. Scherer,
of the state association, suggesting
that all those having goods with tbe
American Hag on in stock should
erase same in accordance with the
new state law.
Owing to the heat but one meeting
will be held during the months of
August and September. The tirtt
Monday of each month is the night
Tbe secretary was instructed to pay
all bills in connection with the excur
sion. The sum of $10 was given as
the Rock Island association's share of
the state's donation to the world's
congress of grocers at the Paris expo
sition in l'JUU.
A Thousand Tonsmes
Could not express the rapture of
Annie K. Springer, of 1125 Howard
street, Philadelphia, Pa., when she
tound that Dr. King's New Discovery
for consumption had completely cured
her of hacking cough that for many
years bad made life a burden. All
other remedies and doctors could give
her no help, but she says of this royal
cure: "it soon removed tne pain in
my chest and lean now sleep soundly,
something I can scarcely remember
doing before. I feel like sounding its
praises throughout the universe." So
will every one who tries Dr. jing7s
New Discovery for any trouble of the
throat, chest or lungs. Price 50 cents
and $ 1. Trial bottles free at llartz &
Ullemeyer's drug store; every bottle
Is It Right for an Kdltor to Recommend
' Patent Medicines?
From Sylvan Valley News, Urevard, N. C.
It may be a question whether the
editor of a newspaper has the right to
publicly recommend any of the vari
ous proprietary medicines which
flood the market, yet as a preventive
of suffering we feel it a duty to say a
good word for Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. We
have known and used this medicine
in - our family for 20 years and have
always found it reliable. In many
cases a dose of 'this remedy would
save hours of suilerin; while a physi
cian is awaited. We do not believe in
depending implicity on any medicine
for a cure, but we do believe that if a
bottle of Chamberlain's Diarrhoea
Remedy were kept on hand and ad
ministered at tne inception of an at
tack much suffering might te
avoided and in very many cases the
presence of a physician would not be
required. At least this has been, onr
experience during the past 20 years.
For aale by all druggists.
"Immediate relief from summer
complaint and bowel troubles. Mull's
Lightning Specific. Doctors prescribe
it. It's guaranteed. 25 cents at T.
A wheelman's tool bag isn't com-
Elete without a bottle of Dr. Thomas1
electric Oil. Heals cuts, bruises,
stings, sprains. .Monarch over pain.
For sale br Marshall & Fisher.
For sores, ulcers, burns, galls, piles,
nothing so good as Banner Salve, the
most healing medicine in tbe world.
CASTOR I A
Jot Infantt and Children.
Tb3 Kind Yon Have Alwajs Bought
BOUNDARY OF ALASKA
Question That Seems to Decline
. ' o Stay Anywhere but -
in Front. v-
5IE WILTBID USES THE WORD WAE,
Which Causes the Sensationalist to Prick
t'p His Ears Sums Ects as to the Hi fa
culties of a Settlement Treaty Is
"Blind'' in Two Important Points and
- Both Parties to the Dispute Are Sure
They Are Right.
Washington. July 25. There has
been a good deal of unnecessary fuss
made over a statement to the Dominion
parliament last week by Premier Lau
rier regarding the trouble over the
Alaskan boundary. Laurier said that
negotiation had failed, and that the
only things remaining were arbitration
or war but he added immediately that
war was not to be thought of and that
arbitration was the thing hoped for. He
and Sir Charles Tupper agreed that the
Canadians believed in the justice of
their claims in Alaska, and both held
that no further concessions could be
made by Canada. Laurier said the
treaty defining the boundary was .not
clear because it does not define what
is meant by the words coast or ocean.
How the Boundary Is Defined.
The boundary is defined in the
treaty as ten marine leagues from the
"coast" or "ocean." The question is
what is the coast or ocean. It is similar
to the question what is the coast of
New York the shore of Ixng Island
sound or the outer shore of Long Isl
and; or what is the coast of South
Carolina the outside of the islands
lying thick on that coast, or the place
where tbe water strikes the main land.
This question makes a lot of difference
in Alaska. If the "ocean" or "coast"
is outside the islands that are fringed
along the main land it would give Brit
ish territory up there an outlet in the
Pacific oceanr. which it needs. As
things are now the only way to reach
that territory without a very long
journey is over what is held as United
Another Trouble with the Treaty.
Another point about which thetreaty
is vague is that it says that a certain
line runs north up one of the canals,
and it is contended now that a line
cannot run north at all up that partic
ular canal. This gives the Canadians
the chance to claim that another canal
is intended, which would give them the
coveted harbor on the Pacific. Inas
much as the Canadian officials have
laid stress upon the refusal of the
United States to accept fair arbitration
of the pending question it may be
proper to explain the reason fgr refusal
as pointed out yesterday by a high offi
cial. One Reaoon Ag-alnitt Arbitration.
In the first place our government. It
is contended, is absolutely certain of
the soundness of its claims in the mat
ter of the boundary. That would seem
to be a good reason for submitting the
matter to arbitration, on the ground
that a good cause had nothing to fear
from fair arbitrators, but our govern
ment holds that arbitrators are almost
all subject to the fatal weakness of
compromising. In our case any com
promise would amount to the loss of
our whole contention; for once Canada
is admitted to the Lynn canal we
would be deprived of the only weapon
which we now possess for the protec
tion of our miners going into the Klon
dike from extortion and perhaps expul
sion. Might Be Unpopular West.
Then, too, it is realized thatan agree
ment to arbitrate might be extremely
unpopular in the west, so that" the offi
cials will be glad to adjust the matter
without resort to arbitration, if possi
ble. This has caused a revival of the
project to allow Canada free port priv
ileges at some specified ports on the
Lynn canal, Dyea, Skaguay or Pyra
mid harbor, perhaps, while allowing
sovereignty over them to remain in the
United States, and this is one of the
propositions that is now engaging at
tention. DE. HODGES IS "NOT DEAD.
But Fl-e Lynched Sicilians Are, and
Hodfres Admits Agrgrennlon.
Vicksburg, Miss., July 25. Dr. S. D.
Robbins, an expert surgeon of this city,
who has been attending Dr. Hodges,
who was shot by Joe Difatto at Tal
lulah last Thursday night, arrived in
this city Sunday. Dr. Robbins said that
Dr. Hodges would recover, and he did
not deem it necessary to remain with
He says that Dr. Hodges talked with
him quite awhile on the subject of the
recent trouble. Hodges said that he
had shot Charles Difatto, who fell, and
be had his foot on his neck holding him
down in hopes of getting his pistol to
work for another shot when Joe Difat
to, the brother of the man who was
down, shot him (Hodges) with a shot
gun from the door of bis store, about
twenty feet away.
Gomel to Visit Hudson, Mleb.
Hudson, Mich., July 25. Secretary
Hall, of the Free Street Fair associa
tion, has received a letter from General
Gomez, of Cuba, saying that if his
health will permit he will be in at
tendance at the street fair here next
September. Hudson, together with a
number of other towns holding fairs,
sent the veteran fighter an invitation,
naming quite a tempting financial in
ducement for him to visit their re
IxiulsTllle Con-ention Invalid.
Lexington, Ky., July 25. Colonel W.
C. P. Breckinridge, in an editorial in
The Morning Herald, takes tbe position
that as the recent Democratic state
convention adopted the credentials
committee report by only 441 votes in
a convention of 1.092 votes, that body
ceased to be a Democratic convention
and that its action was Invalid.
Lieutenant Governor la Charge Jfow.
Springfield, Ills.. July 25. Lieuten
ant Governor Northcott. who has been
at Lake Minnetonka. Minn., for several
weeks with hla family, arrived in
Springfield yesterday and assumed the
reins of government as acting govern
or. Senator Warder, who has been
noting governor, returned to Cairo.
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All Counterfeits, Imitations and ' Just-as-good" are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
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and allays Fcverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates tho
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural bleep.
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
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Chicago A We t Liberty
Rock Island A Brooklyn Ac.
tOmaha and Kock la'and ...
Arrival. tDeusrtnre. tlfally, except Hnnrtay.
(Okliy uxct pt onturday. All others daily. Tele
T-tCBLTNGTON HOLTS -C B a Q KAIL-
I ) wsy Depot First svenss im auvio
nrest, at j xoaoe, e-trox.
St. L., Springfield, Foorls,
Bar. Qaic. via Monmontb
Chicago, Hlerllng, Clinton i
Peoria, L'e-dtowr. Bur
lington, Denver AWeet....
St. 1'aal A Minueapoil
Sterling, O irton A Dnlraqne
9U L., Kans Cl y, Denver
A Pac. Coaet via Gsloab'rff
LBATB I ABBOT
:00 id TSOpm
t 7:40 smjt 8 40 pa
t 2 4fi pta til m sm
T:M)pm 8:15 sro
7:60 pm t 8:40 sm
7:10 pm 8 65 am
tD&lly except Bandar.
CHICAGO, MILWAUKKK A PT PAUL. Kail.
V way Racine A Southwestern Dlvlaloa
Depot f wentieth street, Between first and Second
avenues. L H Greer, Agent,
TBAIH Lbavb Asbivs
Vol! an1 Bxpress 7:80 sm 9:lB sm
St Paul Express 4:1)0 pm 11 :W S'i
might snd Accommodation 8 :oo sm w.)sa
Dally except Sunday.
T) OCK 16LAKD FKOB'A BAIL-WAY
f Uepnt Firot Avrnns snd Twentieth street,
ft Stockhonse, Gen'l Tkt Agent.
TRAINS. Lsavs AMITI
Springfield, Cincinnati, Peo-
rla, etc 10:19 oat
Peoria, Springfield, 6t Lonla
etc RiOSam 8:40 pm
Accomodation Faxt Frevtit 10;M am
Peoria, Rprlngileld. Cincin
nati, etc l:4Bpm 11:16 am
Peoria Accom Freight...... 7:10 pm I to
Sherrard Accomodation S:(XJ am 4:50 pm
Cable Accomodation 8:40 am 2:80 pm
Cttlne snd Bliwrrard Aecom.. 8:30 pm 7:66 am
PsesenRor trains lesve C B I P (Hollos
avenue; depot live (S) minutes sarllsr than tlms
riven. Trains marked dally, all other tralxil
lally except Bunday.
Colon a Sand
Sawed building stone,
Ashlar and Trimmings
For cheapness, durability and
beauty excelled by none. This
stone does not wash or color tho
wall with alkali, etc. Plans sent
us for estimates will receive
careful attention and be returned
promptly aw our expense.
Quarries 12 miles from Cock
Island on tbe C. B. & Q. It. It.
Trains Nos. 5 and 10 will stop
and let visitors oil and on.
Bridge stone, corn crib
blocks and foundation
stone, any size desired.
Samples of Stcne and Photos of
buildings can be seen" at Room
No. 12, Mitchell & Lyndc's build
ARTHUR BURRALL, Manager.
Rock Island or Colona, IIL