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THIS AH6F0B. WEDNESDAY. frECfeMBEB 26. 1900. "
TILE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
CHICAGO. ROCK ISLAND &
Paculo KtUwv Ticket
ean be pure-based or baggage
enecked P. Twentieth
street depot, or C, ft. I. fc P.
denot. corner Klftu avenue and
Thirty-Orat street, frank H Plumroer. Aeeo
Denver Limited ctOmabe... t 3:10 ami 8:00 an
rv Worm, Denver &K.C.. t SrOS amltlO.M pit
Minneapolis Vf0 am; 6:00 pm
Omaha and Iei Moines t h:0 amitll:IO ptn
1 Ore aba A Minneapolis ;tl2:05 am 3:00 am
Omaha A L.iccoln Kx 7:56 amitll:IO pm
1 Mu!ni & Omaba ll: pm t W:10 am
Uenver, Lincoln fc Or-iah a. 8:06 am it 3:0a am
Dea Moines Express ;12:15 mt 8:52 am
Rock Iu'and & iiureau Ac., t 4:30 pm 6:30 pm
bt. Paul & Minneapolis ...... 3 in amit 9:06 pm
Denver, Ft. Worth A K C. 5:ij0 am tl 0:40 pm
tKansaa City St Joe .tDnvr ll:10 pm t :30 am
J Hons Inland & Washington ll:f0 pm t 3:&6 pm
Chicago & Des Moines... 2.15 pm i 3:W pm
Rock I:uund A Hrooklyn Ac 5:35 pm t 7:10 am
tOmaba Roe Island... .: 8:35 pmj
tCbleafro. A iJavenp in I It '"00 pm
IDa'.iy eirpt Saturday,
iUHuy, except euu
All other, dally. Tel-
Tt'K'K ISLAND ft PEORIA
-"Uailw ay Dvpot First ave
nue Twentieth street. M.
A. Patterson, Uenera! Passen
ger Agent. Piuasenger trains
levc C. R. I. ft P. (Mo
l!nc avenue) depot five (5)
rr.ln.iiea earlier than tune
given. K. L. Goff, Agent.
1 Ul fS.
Bpr nrl-:'l. Cincinnati, Pea-
Peoria. S;,rr,fc Held, St. L.
Peona, btrlLgtieid, Cincin
nati Cable Acrjomrr.odatlon
Cable ft Sherrard Accom..
C stole ft Pnerrn.nl Accom.. !
Cable ft Sherrard Accom..
Trains marked dally; all
other trains dally
I)AVE.NM)RT, ROCK ISL
and . Northwestern rail
way ( -The Trt City Route.")
fetation ax kock
depot foot of
street. L. F. Her-
ticket office. 1I
Second Avenue. Geo. W.
I i.aavs auHiva
Clinton, Sterling. Chicago.
Clinton. Cblcatco. Cmatia.
Denver. Kockrord. Janes
vlUe. Madl-ton (leave Dav
enport, Clinton. Chlciro. IMxon.
Sterling (.ir Itavenportt.
Clinton. Oira' a Sioux City,
UXan and Paomc L'o:uit.
CI n on. Sterling, Itlxon.
7:15 ami 6:45 pm
1 50 pm
Clinton. Chicago. Janea-
vlile. Ka1.s n. ICoCKford.
Clinton, Denver, Omaha.
Trains marked dally.
All others dally ex
T? ARLINGTON ROCTB C,
JH. ft Q. RAILWAY Depot
Ktrt avenue and Sixteenth
M. i. YOUNG.
i imi a u hit a
Bt- L. fprtci'ejil. l'-on.i ,
Bur. Quln. via Miwiioutii 646 m 7:15 pm
Chicago. Steriicg.Ciicion A I
Dubuque t 7:4 am t 6:40 pm
Peoria. Beardntown. Hur i
Ungton. Denver and weal 2 40 pmltllS am
Bt Paul ft Minneapolis 7 it) pm
Bterllcg. Clinton ft Dubuque! 7:50 pm
St- L-. Kana C. Denver fti
Pac. coast via Oaleurg 7:16 pm
( ! am
t 8:40 am
Daiiy. vDauy exeept Sunday.
ST. PAULraUway Ra
e'.ne ft Soutnwestern Dlvlalon
Depot Twentirrh street,
between First and Second
avenues. W. W. Breckin
I SAVB A HRl V B.
Mallacd RxpreM 7 am
S. Paul Expreaa. 1 "00 pm
Freight and a-com 6 SO pm
p. 55 pm
Ail train daUy except Sunday
Notice of I'nbllcatloo-Chancery.
State of Ill nois. I
Rock Island County, f
In the t'lrcu.i l ourt-la Ctiancrry.
Eu'.i btrai,a v. Chaxies Strand. In Co a
A J .lavii ol non-residence of tl.e defend
ant. Cuar!e Sirar.i. Incut bttn tiled In tee
Cicra sortlee ol tee e:n-uit cmrt of said couc
ty. nol.ee Is therefore tereby given to the aaid
non resident defer dant that the complainant
has ti'.et ber b il of -nuipi.-t.nt in said court, on
the cb.ini-ery jude tberrof. on ice :3d day of
June. and that thereupon a summons Ifc-
sued out of si-id court, wti icii sa d ult Is now
pend.ng. return iLi n tee tb nd Monday In
lee tn.mtri of September next, as Is oy law re-fjut-ed.
Now. UKie- you. tti a-d n-n-rel-dt-nt
ieiKitCl above named, "tar.es Strid.
sb Ul pr-ca'iy be and appear betote said cir
cuit court, uu the tirst oav of the next term
tben-of. to be boiden at . Wand tn and for
the s-aid countv. on toe brat Monday in Mar
next, and plead, an-wer or demur to ihcsa.d
complainant bi4 of womiiUiOl. tbe aaxie and
tb- uiiitterx and ltainr tnereio charged ana
h.utI ul be taen -onfeed. and a de-err-e
emerexi seaanat you according to the
prayer of asl u:.. W-GAMBtB Clerk
lH'fc IsUnrf. IUico:. l-c. 1. ItW.
i iX rtti, Cvmpimak a Solicitor.
4tr ' 'jk a '-ssent?er
,V J1 v5?K i Island ft Peoria
r.-rr' Iowa. City
iriis IF uvgDcodiiuQ
to pale, sickly, suffering women.
"Hudyan cures." These are certainly words of welcome as
they are indeed words of truth. Hudyan does cure and permanently,
too. Women who suffer with headaches, as in figure I; hollow eyes
or dark ring? around eyes as in figure 2; pale, thin, dragged looking
face as in figure 3; coated tongue as in figure 4; palpitation of the heart
as in figure 5; indigestion as in figure 6 need Hudyan. All these
symptoms are secondary to female complaint female weakness and
are forerunners of more serious disorders. Hudyan cures leucorrhoea
(whites), irregular periods, profuse or scanty menses, nervousness, sleep
lessness, backache, pain over abdomen, dragging pains, bearing down
pains, weak kidneys, disordered liver, constipation, and those troubles
due to uterine or ovarian disorders.
Hudyan will not disappoint you. It will give you bright, sunny
feelings. You will soon be as cheerful and as happy as you were wont
to be. Your disposition will be sweet once more.
Hudyan brings the roses to pale cheeks.
Hudyan imparts strength and tone to the entire system. It would not pay to
tell you that Hudyan will help these conditions if it were not true. You have
friends, you will tell them that Hudyan helps Hudyan cures; these friends will
use perhaps. Hudyan is a good remedy in cases of disordered stomach or im
paired digestion. Hudyan is especially Rood in cases of constipation and heavy,
dizzy headaches. A new sparkle is seen in the eye no dull eyes when you use
Hudyan. No crosses too heavy to bear. No load of care too burdensome. The
life and light get once more into your body. You walk, talk and act with vim and
vigor. When you notice a big change in yourself, tell your friends. It is the
truth, Hudyan does relieve and help and cure. Hud van can be had at nearly
all drug stores for Fifty Cents a Package Six Packages. $2.50.
If your druggist don't keep Hudyan send direct to
Hudyan Remedy Company.
The Hodran doctors may be
consulted tree of charge.
1100 Lewis' Single
To be given Away.
One thousand (1,000) Lewis' Single
Binders will be given away to those
persons making the closest guesses as
to the camber of cigars sold by this
factory during the year 1900.
These Prizes Will Be Divided as
200 Lewis' Single Binders to the person mak
ing tbc closest vuess.
ItO Lewis' &intrle Uiuders to the person mak
ing the second closest guess
ldo Lewis' eingle Hiuoers to the person mak
ing the third closest guess.
50 Lewis' single lenders to each of the next
II les'. trueseri
In addition t this. 100 Lewis' Slrgle Hinders
will be riven to the best gues on the Increase
in the number of cigars aold from this factory
io lnooover Ishm.
You are entitled to but one guess on each
proposition. No guess received later than 6
p. m . January 5. r.'l
Address all guesses to
FRANK P. LEWIS, Peoria, III.
Originator Tin Foil Smoker Package.
Quality Brings the Business.
Charles Bleuer. Sole Lessee and Mgr.
Sunday, Dec. 30th.
The melodramatic success of the sesson.
HOPE BoOTH in her f 20, 000 product
ion. "WAR ON WOMEN.
Bee a band of real Indians, the Buffalo
BiU' real stage coach, C'apu Sterling
burning at the stke. the beautiful vis
ions of the Happy Hunting Ground, the
beautiful Indian maiden Red Bird" the
great bowie knife tight between Capt.
Sterling and Dick lieromine. the half
breed Indian lover and Hope Booth, the
most beautiful women on the Ameri
can stage and the only artUt that ever
played be fore all the crowned heads of
Europe. Two carloads of scenery.
Prices 25c. 5ftc and 76c. Sale of scats
open Friday at Bieuer's jewelry store.
Charles Bleuer. Sole Lessee and Ugr
ONE SOLID WEEK COMMENCING
Sunday, Dec. 23.
Hadlcy ft Rotnour present their
Imperial Stock Company.
Headed by MISS FLORA DK VOSS
assisted by an excellent company.
Prices IOc, 20c and3Cc.
Uwbui Tms DtaticTio 0' CiiXmscaum JUmotIlCa
Wednesday, Dec 26.
Fxtraordlnary event. Wagenh ale A Kem
per present the treat tragic actreae.
Madiime MOUJESK". Farewell ap
pearance here agisted by K. I Mac
beia and Clette Tyler and a brilliant
supporting company preaentlngbhakea
peatea' gTeate&t tragedy,
3sorate and artistic scenle eCecu
Prices l.M. 1 00. TV- &oa Ulj t5e.
Seats sate opens Saturday. Dec. xi at
URTIS OPERA HOUSE,.
Lrec'.!on CttAHBiBUS, Kjlt, 4 Co.
Friday, Dec. 28.
SI'CCIAL ENGAGEMENT Of MRS. FISKE
Presenting the Plav In Four Acta
Founded on Thackeray s - Vanity Fair."
Pn-e t; JVlSU. el lor and ouc Seals'
on ale at x luke a Mooday.
San Francisco, Cat.
TIPS FOR TRAVELERS.
Holiday rates. On Dec. 22, 23, 24.
25, 31 and Jan. 1 the C , K. I. & P.
railway will sell round trip tickets to
all points on their line within 200
miles at a rate of a fare and one
third for round trip. Good to return
op to Jan. 2.
The C, B. & Q. will have on pale
for the holidays, Christmas and New
Year, round trip tickets at one and
one-third fare to all stations within a
radius of 200 miles from selling sta
tion. Good going Dec. 22, 23, 24, 25
and 31, ard Jan. 1. Returning good
to and including: Jan. 2.
On account of Christmas and New
Year holidays, the Rock Island & Peo
ria railway will sell tickets to all
points at one fare and a third for the
round trip, tickets on sale Dec. 22, ''.",
it, 25, 31 and Jan. 1. return limit Jan.
2. For complete information call on
agent at Rock Island & Peoria railway
or address M. A. Patterson, G. P. A.
Special holiday rates via the D., R.
I. & N. V. railway. For Christmas
and New Year holidays the D., R. I.
& N. W. railway will sell tickets to
points within "200 miles, including
the Chicago & Northwestern railway,
at one and one-third fare. Tickets on
sale Dec. 22, 23. 24, 25. 31 and Jan. 1.
limited to return Jan. 2. Also spe
cial rates to students and teachers
who wish to visit their horres for the
holidays. For particulars inquire fat
city ticket office, 1803 Second avenue,
phone 1040, or passenger station, foot
of Twentieth street.
flow to Care Croup.
R. Gray, who lives near Amenia,
Duchess county, N. Y., says: "Cham
berlain's Cough remedy is the best
medicine I have ever used. It is a
tine children's remedy for croup and
never fails to cure." When given as
soon as the child becomes hoarse, ot
even after the croupy cough has de
veloped, it will prevent the attack.
This should be borno in mind and a
bottle of the cough remedy kept at
hand ready for instant use as soon as
these symptoms appear. For sale by
Cora New, is 36c.
Hay Timothy, (12; prairie, 110.
Coal - M 00 per ton.
Butter Choice to fair, 2lc; fresh creamery,
Hens 6c per pound.
Spring chickens, 6o per pound.
Ducks 6 So.
Cattle Butchers pay for corn fed steers
4He6'4x cows and heifers 3c&4c; calve, e
CASTOR I A
For Infant and Children,
Tta Kind Yea Hare Always Bought
SEVEN THROUGH TRAINS
Every Week Day from
TR I -CITIES TO CHICAGO
(Six Trains on Sunday) via
BEST Di.MNO CAR SERVICE
P11X.TAN SLEEPERS ON NIOMT TRAINS
Parlor Car oa the Chicago United
For reaervwtloas, rates, aad fan tirfonmtioa,
cfl nn or rtdriii, Ticfcet Ageat, Davcapoft,
la.. Rack lalaad or floliac. lit.
LUCKIEST MAN IS IOWA."
tie Draws t6 1,000 In Property at a Christ
Sioux City. Ia., Dec. 26. The auek
ie?t man in Iowa" ia B. M. Bills, a
Jeweler at Vinton, who at a mammoth
ratfie iu Sioux City Monday drew the
John IViree mansion, the finest resi
dence in Sioux City. It cost $57,000.
and the property n which It stands
is valued at $5,000, making a total of
$02,000. Tlx? lucky number was 3.V
:itr. and Bills paid $1 for the ticket.
John Peiree was one of the "big four"
in Sioux City's boom days, and was
rated as a millionaire. At Twenty
Ninth and Jackson streets he built a
stone mansion, and in front of his
doors ran his own cable cars. When
the crash came It carried awayPeirce's
wealth. The house was mortgaged,
but he retained his title to it.
Iiecently he conceived the scheme of
a raffle in order to raise money enough
to pay the mortgage and give him a
margin. With all his old-time energy
and euthusiasm he engineered the
deal to a successful conclusion. Tick
ets were sold all over the country, and
nearly every family In Sioux City had
at least one. Bills is said to be wealthy,
leing the junior member of the firm
of J. A. Bills & Son. lie is a young
DIVORCE ST0EY IS DENIED
Mrs, Beckwlth, see Lincoln, Not Separated
Mount Pleasant. Ia., Dec. 2G. The
6tory concerning the alleged divorce
of Warren Beckwlth from his wife,
formerly Mist Jesisie Lincoln, is be
lieved here to be nonsense. Those
who are near to both persons directly
concerned pronounce the whole affair
a "fake." Beckwith has a good job
in the Burlington railroad office at
Ovston. lie paswd through here a
few evenings ago on his way to Chi
cago, where, It is said, he will spend,
the- holidays with his wife. The
couple will return here for a few days
visit with relatives before going on to
Creston. their future home.
For the past few days Mrs. Kobert
Lincoln has been iu New York with
her daughters. Mrs. Beckwith. and
little granddaughter, who was taken
down with scarlet fever and quaran
tined in the Fifth Avenue hotel. The
child recovered and the Lincolus will
sntml' the holidays in Chicago. County
Clwk Miller says that no paper or
pleading of any kind has been tiled in
court here concerning the . alleged
divorce case or having the remotest
connection with it.
DIED FAEFEON HOME
Albert A. Brady Tastes Away In the Capi
tal of Sunny Italy.
New York. Drc. 20. Word has been
received that Albert A. Brady, secre
tary of the S. S. McClure company,
died on Sunday in Home, Italy. Brad3
was oorn in Wappelo, Ia.. 3S years
ago. llis early education was iu the
public schools at Davenport, Ia. He
was graduated from Knox college in
the diss of JSS2, being a classmate of
S. S. Mc-Clirc and John S. Phillips.
The intimate r.ssociation of these
three, which began in the manage
ment of a college paper, continued,
and later they joined in the founding
of Mc-Clure's Magazine.
After graduation Brady entered
into partnership with his brother. Os
car W. Brady, in the publication of
the Davenport Daily Times. In 181tt
he came to New York and became sec
retary of the S. S. McClure Co. He
married Miss Harriet Wakefield, of
Bloomington, Ills., who, with two chil
dren, purvive him. The body will be
brought to this country for burial.
Names of Four Prisoners.
Wilwaukeo. Wis., Dec. 2G. A Sen
tinel special from Lancaster, Wis.,
says: The names given- by the four
men captured at Kidgeway Sunday,
charged with an unsuccessful attempt
to rob the bank of P. T. Stevens at
Montfort, are Harry Devett, J. B.
Montague. J. F. Berry and-James Hop
kins. It i alleged that the men are
noted1 criminals. A representative of a
detective agency is expected here who
will identify them. The alleged
leader of the gang is Devett.
Bryan's Christmas Greet Inc.
Leavenworth, Kan., Dec. 20. Will
iam J. Bryan yesterday wired from
Lincoln, Neb., to the Evening Stand
ard the following: "Please present
greetings io my political friends of
Ieavenworth and of Kansas. The
principles of Democracy till live and
the policies for which the fusion forces
fought will yet be vindicated. We
can coter the Twentieth century wltb
the confident belief that the people
will Koon return to he teachings of
the fathers and to the traditions of
Lark for tho Chosen Friends.
Indianapolis. Ind., Dec. 2C The
Order of Chosen Friends was dis
covered Saturday to have an unknown
asset which will make the failure not
so bad a-s at first supposed. The
bank book was balanced up and shows
$10 in favor of the nupreine order.
This will redxtce the liability, which
is about $.VK,000.
Another McKInley Nlooe Wedded.
Youngstown. C Dec. 26. iMiss Ma
mie Stambough. daughter of Colonel
ami Mrs. Daniel Stambough, and Phil
ip Gerald Cook, a prominent lawyer
of Clarendon. N. Y., were married
vesterday at the Stambough home in
ibis city. The bride is a niece of
Presiden f McKlnley.
rather Kill Bla Son This Tin.
Gres.t Falls. Mont., Dec 2. Jacob
Werten Saturday shot and fatally
wounded his son John. Werten bad
treated his wife badly, and the son in
tereferred to protect the mother. The
father dTew a revolver and fired a ball
into the boy's neck. Toe murderer
gave himself up.
EnflUh Mut Ito Ssokes. 'V
Marinette. Wis.. Dec. 29. Bishop
Messmer, of the Reman Catholic dio
cese of Green Bay, has come out with
an official approval of the recent order
of Bishop Eia, of Marquette. Mich.,
requiring that the English language
be spoken in all the churches of his
Market Take Day Off.
Chicago. Dec. 23. Christmas day
etopped all business on the exchanges
and there are no market quotations
BONES OF PEEEKAEGLUETTE
en p posed Heretofore to Bu at Milw aukee
The Find at Frankfort, Mich.
Milwaukee, Dec. 2C Surprise was
occasioned in this city by the report of
the discovery of the supposed twaes of
Father Marquette near Frankfort,
Mich. It has been generally sufposed
for the past twenty years that the re
mains of Father Marquette are In pos
session of Marquette college, this dry.
They were located by Father Jacker,
an Indian missionary, in 18TS at St.
Ignace, Mich., on the site of the chapel
of the mission of St. Ignatius, which
Father Marquette founded in 1671.
Father Jacker found the ruins of the
chupet. and digging beneath the altar's
site discovered the relics. They were
sent to Marquette college which, was
then being built. A celebration was
held at St. Ignace In August. 1S79, on
account of Father Jackets discovery.
President A. F. Burrowes, of Mar
quette college, said yesterday: T saw
the dispatch and I shall be interested
in the disclosure of the proofs said to
be in the hands of the Michigan State
Historical society. All priests arff
buried iu their vestments. Still the
skull may be all that is claimed for
it. It is" not absolutely certain that
the Marquette relics in possession of
the college are authentic. Father Jack
er, who discovered them at St. Ignace.
gave his rasons for lelievlng them to
be so. and they have been accepted as
GOOD WORKS ON C HEIST HAS.
Hungry Fed tn All the Great Cities Char
ity ltules tho Day.
Chicago, Dec. 2Ai. A feature of the
Christmas celebration in Chicago was
the bountiful provision made to car
ry good cheer to the poor. If a man.
woman or child remained hungry It
was not the fault of those who dis
tribted Christmas greetings in the
substantial form of food. The Salva
tion Army fed 0.000 persons in a hall
where prize tights have been frequent
ly held. The Pacific Garden mission
served dinner in the afternoon to be
tween 800 and 1,000 men and women,
most of whom were outcasts.
All of the various other charitable
institutions and hospitals observed the
day. Special dinners were served and
In many instances musical and vaude
ville entertainments were given. Eight
thousand men were given dinners in
the fourteen barns of the Union
Traction company during the day.
The same story 4s true of New
York, Washington, St. Louis, Cleve
land. Roanoke (Va.), Louisville (Ivy.),
Kansas City, and other places.
Russell Harrison Wants to Know.
Washington, Dec. 2G. Russell B.
Harrison, son of the former president,
who was inspector general of the vol
unteer army in Porto Rico, has arrived
in Washington and is endeavoring to
establish the reasons of President Mc
Klnley in directing his discharge.
Lieutenant Colonel Harrison also de
sires to ascertain the exact character
of the reflections made upon him by
Brigadier General G. W. Davis in a
personal letter to Adjutant General
Corbin. and why his Tequest for a
court of iiquiry was not granted.
Bishop Coadjutor Hale Dead.
Springfield. Ills., Dec. 20. Word
was received here by Bishop George
F. Sevmour that Rev. Charles Ruleti
Halebishop coadjutor of the Spring
field diocese. Episcopal church, died at
Cairo at 1 p. m. yesterday of valvular
disease of the heart. The deceased was
born in Pennsylvania .on March 14,
18.17, had been ill for two years, and
critically 111 for several weeks past.
Fx-8tate Treasury Harahnw Dead.
Milwaukee, Dec. 20. Colonel Hen
ry B. Harshaw, former state treasurer
of Wisconsin, died Id Milwaukee yes
terday. Death was due to cancer of
the tongue. Colonel Harshaw's homo
was in Oshkosh. He served in the
Iron bridge during the civil war.
Cape-to-Cairo Telegraph Line.
London, Dec. 26. A dispatch from
Durban to a news agency here an
nounces that the Cape-to-Cairo tele
graph line is now In operation to a
point fifty miles north of Kasanga,
and a hundred miles beyond the south
ern end of Lake Tanganyika.
Thirst IVaa Unquenchable.
Rochester, Ind., Dec. 26. After re
maining "dry" for two years, Kew an
no will have two saloons.
NEWS FACTS IN OUTLINE.
Crown Prince Chowfa Malia Vaji
ravudh of Siam has arrived at St.
The gifts to colleges made by Dr.
D. K. rearson. the Chicago phi lan thro,
pist. to date aggregate, it is said, $2,
489,000. Pneumonia raised' the death rate at
Chicago to 480 per week, against 456
for the corresponding period last year.
Dennis O'Keefe. laborer, was found
frozen to death at Chicago.
An uncharted island near the Philip
pines is said to have been annexed by
the commander of an American gun
boat. Mrs. Sarah Clybourn Barney, the
first white girl born in Chicago, died
Freuch officials have seized part of
the t'nited States exhibit and Ambas
sador Torter has filed a protest.
Celestino Peraza, former secretary
of President Castro, has started a
revolution In Venezuela.
James Powers, hoisting engineer,
was killed by the fall of a trestle in a
Chicago stone yard.
Employes of Bellevue hospital.
New York, are charged with larceny
as well as cruelty.
Paderewskl's wife will hereafter act
as bis business agent.
That Wan the Total.
Old Merchant Before I answer your
request for my daughter's hand, per
mit me to ask what ia your yearly In
Young Officer All told, it amounts to
Old Merchant H'm I To that would
be added the interest at 4 per cent on
the sum of 20.000, that I intend to
jrive my daughter for her dowry.
Young Officer WeH. the fact la. I
have taken the liberty of Including
that to the calculation Just submitted.
The largest city in the country in
Washington's time was Philadelphia.
It had 03,000 Inhabitant. .
Useful , and Beautiful Articles
Appropriate for Holidays.
Tailor Made Suits, Dress and Walking
Skirts, Silk and Wool Waists, Jackets.
Box Coats. Capes, Wrappers, Petticoats,
Dressing Sacques. Fur Scarfs, Collarettes,
Jackets and Millinery.
Now for an Enormous Decern
In the useful practical articles, this
store offers you the most attractive
stock at a
Guaranteed Saving of 15 to
33 Per Cent
From the regular selling prices and
in some instances for half what
yon can get the same goods for
114-116 West Second Street,
NOBBY SPRING SUITING.
All the very latest novelties in spring suiting will be '
found now, on display at Gus Englin's. Spring suits
$18, $20, $22 and $25 and upward. Call and examine
Rock Island Savings Bank
Rook Island. HI.
Incorporated Under the
Monet Loakkd Oh PIksowal Collatkbax. Ob Real Estate Sxovbitt.
J. M. Buford, President
John Crubaugh, Vice President.
P. Greenawsit, Csabler.
Be an business July S, isso, and ooouplsd
8. K. corner ot MitoheU
You pay IO eanta
tor Cigars not so good ia
A Christmas Barrowful
or a wagonful of coal from Frazer's yard,
Krisa Kindle Hu tbe barrow handles or bold
the reins, will afford the largest kind of sU
faction. Big coal and little coal any hind o
eosi bre for Christina and other days, ex
eept vbe slaty, tianes, "won't burn" kind.
E. G. FRAZER.
We have made
Preparations to make
This month show a liberal
Increase over the
Immense business of a
Year ago. Our stocks
Are more extensive.
Greater in variety
And choicer in
GUS ENGLIN. ,
SOS Meoaa Ava
Four Per Cent Paid on
H. B. Cable, Wm. Wilms
John CrubaugB, PbU Ml ton
H. P. Hull, U Simon,
K. W. Hurst, J. tC ttufora
Solicitors Jsokson and Hani
CHAS. E. HODGSON . .
Fire Insurance Agency,
American Ins. Co., - Newark, N. J.
Traders Ins. Co., Chicago, 111.
Union Ins. Co. Philadelphia, Pa.
Rockiord Ins. Co. - - RockJord, 111
Security Ins, Co. - New Haven, Conn.
Ins. Co. State of I1L, - Bookford, 111.
Offlo. Room S, Buford bloek. Rates
m low m consistent wltb security
J. M. Buford,
The old Fire snd
Losses Promptly Paid.
Bates m low u any
esn afford, yow
p ironies tasoiio
GEO. WAGNER, jr.
Represents 'the following- wall
known Klre and Aeoldent Insur
BoebMMtr Qsrmaa las Co....Koehatr, N T
German .... ..ireeport,
Buffalo Gsrmaa - ......... .Buffalo, N Y
Bellaae .... ...Philadelphia
GerosenStrs) Peoria, I
New Hampshire ....Mscoheaver. it H
Milwaukee Meehaeles " ..kSiiwaukee. Wle
ndeiity aad Gaawaitj HM.w.liiwTgn
Offlee eorner Eighteenth street and
feeoond arense, second Boor.