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the au&us. Thursday, fubhttahy 11, i 901.
Charles Bleuer. Sole Leaaeb ana Mgr.
Pbone 4tSl. .
Thurdsay, Feb. 14.
Entire New Company.
HI HENRY'S BIG PROGRESSIVE
Poltively larcst In tb world -60 all white
star Kntire charge 6 modern comedians
Everything new 13 cultivated singer
Coralo songs Latest ballads lirand chor
uses II New York vaudeville Special
train of finest snow can In the world
Watcb for tbe grand automobile parade at
noon -Hear our great band of 40 members
When you see a good show make a note of
Seats now on tale at Bleuer a jewelry
tore. Prloesiij. 50o ana 75c.
" Direction of Charles Bleuer
The bright lights or f arce-comed v. Wil
liam II Msek and the famous Broad
way comedians la
OXE LONG LAl'UH.
Price -V;, SOtt and 7Sa. Sale of scats
at bleuer s jewelry store.
ooca Tug OioecTiON Op CmamsuuhJOnbtSiCa
Sunday, February 17.
WILLIAMS and WALKER and tfie'r
own big company, t'lftv people pre
senting their lutcst and newest suc
cess, "SONS OF HAM."
The most attractive of all entertain
ments of the comedy and musical kind.
Prices 753, 60c aal Zoo. Seita at
Thursday, Feb. 14.
Prof. French the Sketch Artist.
Prof. French Ik tbe director of the Chi
cago Art Institute and will make cap
t jons, sketches, and valentines to or
der to illustrate his lecture.
REMEMBER ST. VALENTINE S DAY.
Tickets at Harper bouse pharmacy.
SEVEN THROUGH TRAINS
Every Week Day f rm
TRI-CIT1ES TO CHICAGO
(Six Trains on Sunday) via
BEST DININO CAR SERVICE
PULLTIAN SLEEPERS ON NIGHT TRAINS
Parlor Car on the Chicago Limited
For reservations, rates, and full Information,
call on or address. Ticket A (rent. Davenport,
la.. Rock Island or rtoline, III. .
Ex tra ordinary.
Just Received, 200 Beautiful Pictures.
The celebrated Plalmotype prints, including many popular sub- v
jects. "FHAROAHS HORSES," "THE DOCTOR," etc These
arc large size, nicely mounted and with wide mats, usually sold
for $1.00. They go on sale this week for only
23 Cents 5 for SI.OO, While They Last.
ADAMS WALL PAPER CO...
310-314 Twentieth Street.
JOHN M. PAK1DON.
PARIDON Sc SON
Painters and Decorators.
Paper Hangers, . C aid miners, Etc. ,
Shop 419 Seventeenth St. J Rock Island.
Rock Island Savings Bank
Hock Island. HI.
Incorporated Under the
Monet Loakzd On Piksonal Collateral Ok Real Estat Sicuarrx.
J. M. Buford, President.
John Crubftueh, vice Prealdsat.
P. Greenawait, Cashier.
Be an bustne-s July t, ISS3, and ceupleg
B. E. corner of Mltobeil .
MSB B W'HM
WOMEN MUST SLEEP.
Avoid Xcrvous Prostration
If you are dangerously sick what is
the first duty of your physician ? He
quiets the nervous system, he deadens
the pain, and yon sleep well.
Friends ask, "what is the cause?
and. the answer comes in pityinjr
tones, nervous prostration. It came
upon you so quietly in the beirinnia.
that you were not alarmed, and when
sleep deserted you night after night
until your eyes lalrly burned in the
darkness, then you tossed in nervous
agony praying lor weep.
Mas. A. Habtlkt.
You ought to have known that
when you ceased to be regular in your
courses, and you grew irritable with
out cause, that there was serious
You ought to know that indigestion,
exhaustion, womb displacements,
fainting, dizziness, 7 headache, and
backache send the nerves wild with
affright, and you cannot sleep.
Mrs. Hartley, of 221 V. Congress St.,
Chicago, 111., whose portrait we pub
lish, suffered all these aconies. and
was entirely cured by Lydia E. Pink-
Ham s vegetable Compound ; her case
should be a warning to others, and
her cure carry conviction to the minds
of every suffering woman of the un
failing efficiency of Lydia E. Pinkbam'a
A breath of Pine Balsam in every cake.
rXTf JT Whitens
' The reasor
a-or tno uatn. vxef'jrz
this famoti soap is because they always find it has healing-
and rctreshinic properties not possessed by otlier
soaps, being made from specially medicated vegetable
Oils and balsams and entirely free from noxious tngre-
cierU present in other ftoap. Its
ft?reat merit is its absolute power
ovrr (terms of contagious and
skin diseases. Use it freely and
be safe from these dancers. It
keeps the pores healthy and
makes the skin smoothandrosy.
It beautifies the skin of infants
and children, and is unequalled for
ciransintfthc scalp and making hue
silken hair. Always use it for pim
ples, tan, chafing, rough hands, etc.
15e. Oakaa at lrardrBhoTrS
cake. 6jc Mailed on ranipc of pries
bf TBI LOSDOM SurTLT Co., 853 Broad ws, hw York
"Sold by Thomas, 1630 Second Ave'
.Estate or Otllia Ellis, deceased.
The underai(roed having been aDDOtnted ad
mtnistrator of the estate of Oiilia Wis, late
01 tne county or Kock island, state of Illinois,
deceased, herebv elves notice that he will tn-
pear before tbe county court of Rock
Island county, at the county court room. In the
elty of Rock Island, at the April term, on
the first Monday in April next, 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 re
quested to make Immediate payment to tbe
Dated this 11th dav of February. A. D. 1901
HENRY A. TARLDON.
Four Per Cent Paid on
H. S. Cable, - Wm. Wilms
John Crnbauga, Phil Miteh
H. P. Hull, L. Rim on,
, E. W. Hurst, J. M. Bufora
Solicitors J ackson and Hum.
TOPICS OF. THE THEATRE.
Hi ..'Henry's -big city minstrel ag
gregation o'f 50 all white performers
appears at Harper's theatre tonight.
The company this season presents
an entirely new program by new
faces that have never been outside of
New York City, among, -whom the
premier comedian, C. Jack Harring
ton, and the popular comedian, Frank
Mitchell, are top-liners; the dancing
wonders,- Corrigan and Djve; the
human song bird, Herr Probst; the
lightning clay modeler, Harry Belk
nap; the burlesque opera comedians,
the European acrobats and the Cou
ture brothers complete the long and
Interesting olio of specialties. Mr.
Henry and his superb Dand, the saxa
pione quartet and the big double
orchestra are additional features; also
a brand new palatial first part of
Town Topics" Is the title of the
farce comedy which is to grace the
stage of Harper's theatre Sunday
night. " It is said to be one of tbe
greatest hits of all the laugh-making
plays and seems to be produced on
very good principles, namely: "Noth
ing prettier than a pretty girl, noth
ing sweeter than a new song, and
nothing more graceful than a grace
ful dance," for all these features have
received special attention. Tee play
Is a typical farce comedy, bright,
clean and. witty. The com piny,
which for several seasons has toured
all the big cities, has become famous
as the QUroadway Comedians," and
is headed by the favorite merry
maker, William U. Mack.
Hurtig & Seamon's magnificent
production, the "Sons of Htm." is
absolutely the greatest success that
has ever been known in this or any
other country. lis phenomenal suc
cess is known to every one. There is
only one company, viz., the great
Williams & Walker organization, pre
senting "Sons of Ham." The 'per
formance wherever given will , bs
found exact in every detail with those
of the long metropolitan runs, and
each' scene, feature and incident
which all in all have made this the
most striking theatrical success of
the century will be faithfully preserved.-
There are 60 people all told
in this company and each and every
one an artist. A car load of special
ccenety and spectacular electrical
effects are carried by this company.
At the Burtis nert Sunday.
IN THE AIR.
The Uerma of La Grippe are Conveyed
Through the Atmosphere.
No one can esctje the la grippe
germ because when an epidemic of
the disease is prevailing the air is
laden with it.
The reason everyone does not have
the disease at the same time is be
cause the persons who are enjoying
perfect health are able to successfully
resist and throw off tbe infection,
while those, who for any reason are
not in tbe best of health fall ready
The first symptoms are those of
acute catarrh resembling a hard cold,
and if prompt treatment is applied at
this time, it can easily be broken up;
one of the best remedies at this stage
is Stuart's Catarrh Tablets, sold by
druggists everywhere, and if takeu
freely, say one tabtet every hour or
two for two or three days, the danger
of pneumonia and serious complica
tions will be averted.
Rev. L. E. Palmer, Baptist clergy
mam of Ceresco, Mich., makes a state
ment of interest to . all catarrh and
grip sufferers. He says: "Stuart's
Catarrh Tablets have certainly been a
b'essing to me. I have used them
frnnlv this fall and winter and have
found them a safeguard e gainst la I
grippe and catarrhal troubles from
which x baa sunered lor jetrs. l led
that I can freely and conscientiously
Persons who suffer from catarrh of
the head and throat aie very suscep
tible to la grippe and such will find a
filcasant, convenient and sale remedy
n this new catarrh cure.
Stuart's Catarrh Tub eta arc com
posed entirely of harmless antiseptics
and may bo used as freely as neces
sary, as they contain no ctcaine,
opiate or poisonous drug of any kind.
Jcslin, Feb. 14 -Miss Amanda Nold
is still upon the sick list.
Tercy Ingram has resigned his posi
tion with C- II. Odborne. Tom To bin
talcs his place.
j Uavia was in 1'orl Byron on
business Saturday last.
I be revival meetings at Josiin were
very Interesting and well attended.
Monday last there was no school at
Josiin owing to the illness of Miss
Jordan, the teacher.
The enow storm blocked all the
roads, but now the sleighing is pro-
noanceu very nae-
MrB. John Brown Snndayed with
friends in tbe vicinity of Josiin.
Andrew Johnson has bought a lot
at Osborne and will build it residence
the coming spring.
Mrs. r lorcnce Miller has returned to
her home in Rock Island after visiting
with her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred wamwrignt
paid a visit to Dr. and Mrs. Rice, of
Guy Clark, son of Mi. Clark, of Os
borne, 10 years of age, died, quite
suddenly Tuesday from spinal menin
gitis. He attended school the Friday
previous and was interred Friday last
at Cleveland; Rev. Weed preaching
the funeral sermon. . .
liw Kind Yen Hav Always Jtogrtf
Bears U 4
MUSINGS AROUND MILAN.
News and personal (Sosslp From Bosy
Milan. Feb. 14 J. A. Heath, of
West Libarty, la.. i visiting in this
vicinity with relatives and friends.
Miss Addie Smith has resigned her
position in the telephone exchange.
She is visiting in Iowa.
Mrs. E. L. Rbodarmer visited in
Orion last week.
The party at the Watch Tower last
Thursday night proved to be a fine
A party of young people went out
to Art Cropper's last Saturday night.
All had a pleasant time.
The Epworth League realized $12
from tbe social last Filday.
A party of friends went in to Rock
Island to Rev. J. B. Rutter's last Sat
urday evening and spent a very pleas
Mrs. F. G Allen left Saturday for a
visit with relatives near Peoria.
. Mrs. C. W. Thacher, of Galva. was
visiting here a few days last week.
Mrs. John Vander slice has been on
the sick list the past week.
The funeral of Mrs. G. A. Smith
took place at the Presbyterian church
Wednesday. Interment was at Chip
piannock. Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Smith, of Al
bany, III., are here.
Nods Wilson got his foot smashed
while woi king at the ice houses this
Some of the young people were
participants in a sleighing party last
Saturday night. They stopped at
Ferrell Goble's and there did justice
to a nice supper.
Miss Mabel Heath entertained a
party of young people from Daven
port Wednesday evening.
POINTS VKOM PORT BYRON.
Port Byron, Feb. 14 Mr. and Mrs.
George Graham, of Princeton. Iowa,
visited with Postmaster John McCau
ley and family last Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Beal have
moved into the Albro Barber proper
ty. Mr. Beal sold his residence in
Zama township. -
Alex Akhdown sold to William Groh
nine hogs, the average weight rf
which was 77 pounds. One of them
weighed 890 pounds.
Sunday last was quarterly meet
ing at the Methodist church. Rev.
J. W. Frizzelle preached a fine ser
mon. Francis, the hypnotist, held forth in
the town hall Tuesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Maxwell cele
brated their 59th wedding anniversary
Friday. Their four daughters, Mes
dames Moore. Rogers, Olm and Hall
took dinner with them at heir home.
Mrs. M K. Morgan received a tele
gram that her son Frank, who is in
Des Moines, had been taken sick with
diphtheria, and she left for that place
Word was received that Rev. F. H.
Schafer, of Malta, had been taken sick
with pneumonia. Miss Mamie Trent
went to render assistance, and it is
said that Mr. Schafer is some better.
Mrs. II. C Trent was remembered
by the ladies tl the Relief Corps
Wednesday last, it being her 65th
birthday. A souvenir was left as a
memento of the occasion. .
Mrs. J. C. Craine is boing vUited
by her sister, Miss Johnson.
Mrs. Hobart is again reported as
being quite sick.
Mr. and Mrs George Brandt and
family contemplate moving to Hills
dale in the near future.
Saturday evening last six couples
enjoyed a sleigh ride to the Lyford
farm a few miles east of Port Byron,
refreshments being served.
Monday evening last the Port By
ron Epworth league, numbering
about 40, got up a sleighing party
and drove over to tbe Lyford farm
and report having had a good time,
lunch consisting of cookies, wafers
and cocoa bein served.
PACTS FROM COSTER
Foster, Feb. 14. Rev. Slyter came
up from A.lodo and preached at the
Baptist church Sunday morning and
Conrad Hayes and Fred Kruegcr
were business visitors in Rock Island
Miss Lillie Workman postponed her
school for this week on account of her
Invitations are out for the nuptials
of Conrad Hayes, of Illinois City, and
Miss Alia Foster, which takes placo
at the home of the bride Thursday
The remains of Charles Tylor, who
died at the home of his brother in
Muscatine Snnday, were brought over
to the home of his mother, who re
sides at .Illinois City. The deceased
had been afflicted for over a year with
consumption. He leaves to mourn
his demise his mother, sister and five
brothers, they being Arch and Ed
Tyler, of Muscatine; William Tyler,
of Illinois City, Leon Wylie, a half
brother, of Muscatine, and Mrs. Mse
Kennelly and Henry Tyler, of Wash
ington. Ia. The funeral took place
Tuesday afternoon at 1 :o0 o'clock.
Rev. Mac Minn, an evangelist from
Iowa, preached at tbe Baptist church
Monday and Tuesday nights, and will
probably continue the remainder of
tho week. '
Ben Wilford has rented a farm near
Otturawa. Ia., and. expects to move
his family there in about three weeks.
. Tbe lecture with stereoptioon views,
which was to have taken place at Pine
Bluff Saturday night, was postponed
on account of d rifted roads.
A Frightful Blander
Will often cause a horrib'e burn
scald. cut or bruise. Bucklin's
Arnica Salve will kill the pain and
promptly beal it. Cures fever sores,
ulcers, boils, corns, all skin eruptions.
Best pile, cure on earth. Only 25
cents a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold
by Hartz & UUemejcr druggists.
TIPS FOR TRAVELERS.
Feb. 19 to 26 the C, B. & Q. rail
way company will have on sole great
ly reduced rate tickets to California
and other points.
$30 to common points in California.
Also to Portland, Ore., via the C, R.
I. & P. railway Tuesday, Feb. 12, and
every Tuesday following until April
Homeseekers' tickets to the north,
west and southwest the first and third
Tuesdays in the month via C, R. I. &
$27.30 to New Orleans and return
Feb. 11 to 17 via R. I. & P. railway,
account Mardi Gras. New service and
The Burlington will have on sale
tickets to New Orleans and return,
account Mardi Gras, Feb. 11 to 17 in
clusive, at $27.30, by all direct routes.
Tickets good returning until March 7.
The Burlington will have on sale
January 1st and 15th, and February
5th and 19th, home seekers excursion
tickets at one fare plus two dollars
($2) for tbe round trip to various
points in the north, south and west.
Thirty dollars to California. Tues
days. Feb. 12, 19 and 26, and March
5, 12, 19 and 26, the D., R. I & N. W.
railway will sell tickets to points in
California, Oregon and Washington at
$30. For particulars as to train ser
vice, etc., inquire at passenger station
at the foot of Twentieth street or city
ticket office, 1803 Second avenue.
One fare plus $2. Tuesdays, Feb.
19. and March 5 and 19, the D.. R. I.
& N. W. railway will sell homeseek
ers' round trip tickets to various
points in Iowa, Nebraska, Colorado,
South Dakota and points in the north
west at one fare plus $2. For partic
lars inquire at passenger station, foot
of Twentieth street or city ticket of
fice, 1803 Second avenue. Phone 1040.
Mardi Gras, New Or.eans and Mo
bile, Feb. 14 to 19, Queen & Crescent
route. Only 24 hours from Cincin
nati to New" Orleans. Only 2 hours
from Cincinnati to Mobile. 89 miles,
shortest line. One fare for the round
trip. Tickets on sale Feb. 12 to 18,
good to return till March 7. Pullman
fialaco drawing room sleeping cars
rom Cincinnati to New Orleans, and
from Chattanooga to Mobile. Con
nections at Cincinnati with all trains
from the north, east and west. The
finest trains in the soath are run via
the Q. & C. Ask your agent for in
formation, or address W. J. Murphy,
general manager, or W. C. Rinearson,
general passenger agent, Cincinnati,
Cordova. Feb. 13. Several of our
business men are shipping clam
Mrs. G. II. Averv has returned home
from Rock Island.
Miss ' Sadie Cool left Tuesday for
Timothy Kawiight is still in a criti
Little Gardner Lawrence is danger
ously ill with pneumonia.
Mrs. J. B. Vandeburgh visited Mon
day and Tuesday with friends at Port
The C. of H. will give an enteitain
ment and oyster supper in the near
Iaaac Shadrsck has entered the
Soldiers' Home at Quincy and his son
Jason has been placed at the county
Mrs. George Tew gave a tea to a
number of her lady friends Wednes
Revival meetings will be eoncluded
at the Baptist church this week, and
will begin a'- the M. E church next
SitTi ur Ohio, Citt or ToLsot, I .
L.UCAS Cuosit." f
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that be
Is the Benior partner of the firm of F.
J. Cheney & Co., doing business in
the city of Toledo, county and state
aforesaid, and that said firm will pay
tho sum of $100 for each and every
caso of catarrh that cannot be cured
by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
Frank J. Cheney."
Sworn to before mo and subscribed
in my presence this 6th day of De
cember, A. D , 1886.
A. W. G LEA SON,
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter
nally and acts directly on the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Send for testimonials, free.
F. J. Cheney & Co.. Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by druggists 75 cents.
Hall's Family Pills are tbe best.
The real and personal taxes for the
year 1900 are dne. Parties owing
personal tax having no real estate
will be expected to make immediate
payment. The law in regard to the
collection of personal taxes will be
strictly enforced. Personal property
tax should be paid without delay to
save costs, trouble, etc. Office with
Hull & Hemenway, real estate and in
surance agents, room 15, Mitchell &
Working Night svnd Day.
, The busiest and mightiest little
thing that ever was made is Dr.
King's New Life Pills. These pills
change weakness into strength, list
lessness into energy, -brain-fag into
mental power. They're wonderful in
building up . the health. Only 25
cents per box. Sold by Hartz &
Doctors' Methods Better
Than They Were
: ' Years Ago.
The Patient's Lot Also Much
Large Doses of Nauseating
Medicine No Longer
Our forefathers did not have such
a delightful time, after all. Just
think of the roundabout way they
were obliged to accomplish the many
things that are done by us every day,
almost without thought, by means of
modern inventions. Then think of
what happsned to them when they
were sick. Lucky was the man who
was not pounced upon by a doctor
and often literally bled to deatb.
That was only a starter of wbat was
soon to follow. Long, deep draughts
brewed from horrible-tasting herbs
were continually administered. Reme
dies without number, each worse than
the other, followed quickly. No
wonder so many of our ancestors died
young. No wonder life insurance
statistics show that we come from a
It is in medicine' like everything
else. . The day of barbarism in treat-;
ment is nearly over. No longer does j
tbe doctor deprive the patient of his
very life's blood right at a time when !
be needs every particle of strength.
No longer does he compel the poor
sufferer to absorb untold amounts of
barksr herbs and mineral solutions
right at a time when nature should be
left to herself to straighten out wbat
might only be a slight trouble.
Tbe modern physician knows that
he can administer the vital princi
ples of his remedies in a concentrated
form. You do not find your doctor
brewing a tea or asking you to chew
huge quantities of cinchona bark
where quinine is necessary. No
longer does he administer a bolus of
opium to deaden pain. Not much.
A hyperdermic syringe charged with
the active principles of opium; mor
phine does the work better and does
not do as wuch damage for nature to
Kight on this line comes news of a
recent discovery that will undoubt
edly prove to be the most valuable
one yet made. It is that of Vinol,
Wine of Cod Liver Oil, which is noth
ing more or less than a concentrated
extract of the active medicinal prin
ciples found ia the liver of the live
cod. . '
The above explanation is about all
that is necessary to give one, in or
der that he may understand the full
value of this discovery. Every one
knows the uses for which cod liver
oil has "been prescribed Every one
knows its objectionable features.
Every one realises that there are
many cases of wasting diseases that
could have been cured by the use of cod
liver oil, had it been possible to ad min
ister the obnoxious remedy; but every
one does not know that when they were
taking cod liver -oil in its old form,
they were absorbiog into the system
a vast -amount of vile-smelling, obnoxious-tasting
grease that was abso
lutely powerless of doing them any
good, but were simply taking it be
cause it was a vehicle that conveyed
the peculiar medicinal principles that
it was the intention of 'the doctor to
Here is where the new discovery
will benefit the world. These princi
ples, separated from the fat and all
other unnecessary features, dissolved
in a delicious table wine, can now be
administered even tc the most deli
cate patient without its being appar
ent that cod liver oil or anything con
nected with it is being taken. The
greater strength of the new prepara
tion will also enable the patient to
receive a greater amount of necessary
medicine than was possible to admin
ister before. The consequence will be
that the good for which the medicine
is desired will be accomplished in a
much quicker time. The harm that
was formerly caused to stomachs al
ready weakened by the disease will be
entirely averted and the resnlt will be
that v inol in but a few years win en
tirely supersede, as medicine, cod
liver oil in any other known form.
Ready for You or Your
Give us an opportunity to prove
the . merits of our HARD AND
. SOFT OOAL and HARD WOOD,
and we will do the rest.
E. B. McKOWN.
Phone 1198, Fifteenth street and
THE TRAVELEBS' GUIDE.
CHIOAGO, ROOKISLANO A
Pacific Railway Tic lem
dsn be purchased or bagrfa?
checked MR.L4P. Twentietn
street depot, or C. R. L A P.
dennk.anrn.pVfftn avanue and
rnlrty-nrst street. Fra: A H Plummer, Agent.
I BAST. I WEST
Jenrer Limited A Omaha.. .It 11:10 ami
n. worth, Denver A K.C.. f ftrOS am
Minneapolis t 6:W) am
3maha and Des Moines t 8:00 am
tOmaba Minneapolis..... 12:05 am
Omaha A Lincoln Kz 7:M am
Des Moines A Omaha 11:65 pm
Denver, Lincoln A Oznaba. 3:05 am
Oes Moines Express 12:15 m
Sock Island A Bureau Ac. g 4:80 pm
St. Paul A Minneapolis. .... 8:05 am
Denver, Ft. Worth 4 K C. 6:00 am
Kansas City, St Joe &Dnvrll:10 pm
tRoek Island A Washington ! 1 :50 pm
t 0:10 am
t 8:05 am
t 0:58 am
t 0:06 pm
t 6:80 am
t S:f pm
t 8:60 pm
t T:00 pm
Chicago A Des Moines..
t 2:15 pm
Rock Island A Brooklyn Ac
tOmaba A Rock Island
tChlcago, A Davenport. .
Arrival. Departure. tDally, except Sun
IDaily except Saturday, Ail others daily. Te
TTOCK ISLAND A PEORIA
"Railway Depot First ave
nue and Twentieth street. M.
A. Patterson, General Passen-
Jrer Agent. Passenger trains
eave C , R. L A P. (Mo
ling avenue) depot five (5)
minutes earlier than time
given. E. L Golf, Agent.
TRAIW8. LSAVB. ABBIV
spr'gneld, Cincinnati, Peo
ria, etc. 10:30 pm
Peoria, Springfield, Bt. L
Is, etc s:05 am 6:33 pm
Peoria Express 7:35 pm
Peoria, Springfleld, Cincin
nati 1:45 pm 11:15 am
Oable Accommodation..... 7:00 am
Sberrard Acoom 9:15 am 4:ff pm
Cable A Sherrard Acoom.. 3:30 pm Z:20 pm
Oable A Sberrard Aocom.. 1 S:38 am
Trains marked dallv: ail other trains dallv
T)AVENPORT, SOCK IBL
and A North western rat I
way ("The Trt-Clty Route.")
Passenger station at Rock
Island A Peoria depot foot of
Twentieth street. L. P. Ber
ry, Q. P. A., Davenport,
Iowa. City ticket office, 14
Second Avenue. Geo. W.
I LBAVB ABBIVSJ
OUnton, Sterling. Cbtoago. 7:15 arr
Cllnton, Chicago. Omaha,
Denver, Rock ford, Janes-!
vlUe, Madison 11;50 to
Clinton, Omaha Cedar
Ranids. Anamnta I
0Hnton,Omaha, Sioux City,
Utah and Pacific Coast..
Clinton, Sterling, Dixon,!
Clinton. Chicago, J anes
ville, Madison, Rockford.
CUnton, Denver, Omaha,
Trains marked dally. All others dally ex
S apt Sunday.
TtURLTNGTONf ROUTE O.,
-"B. A . RAILWAY Depot
First avenue and Sixteenth
M. J. YOUNG.
LB A VS. ABBIV.
St. L. Springfield, Peoria.
Bur. wuin. via asonmoutn
6:66 am 7:15 pm
t 7:46 am f 8:40 pm
llngton, Denver and westt Z:40 pm
St. Paul A Minneapolis . 7-50 pm
t 8:40 am
Sterling, Clinton ADubuquel 7:50 pm
3t. L Kans C, Denver A
Pae. coast via Galesburr ' 7:16 pm
Daily. tDaQy except Sunday.
faT. PAUL railway Ra
cine A Southwestern Division
T-Depot Twentlerh street,
between First and Second
avenues. W. W. Breckin
St. Paul Express....
Freight and acoom .
AU trains dally exoept Sunday.
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Fire Insurance Agency,
Established 1874. '
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Traders Ins. Co., - - Chicago, 111.
Union Ins. Co. ' - Philadelphia, Fa.
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Security Ins, Co. - New Haven, Conn.
Ins. Co. State of HI., - Rockford, III
Office, Room 3. Buford block. Rates
as low as consistent with security.
J. flL Buford,
Tbe old Fire and
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Rates as low as any
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ited. GEO. WAGNER, Jr.
Represents the following well
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