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rirn Aneus, titesda.octobeb j, 1901.
THE iVELEB3' GUIDE
Pacific Riuwtr Tiueu
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B-i hjkat (lit Tlakatoffloa.
ei otcouu avenue, ui w i.
a . . rt
LAP. depot, corner lniu
y-trst street, naa n.
DiM,f fid lot an a..
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1 :G6 as
t tVKO ill
t 8:C0 S
S oo sag
t :0 am
t 6.58 a
t 8:1b pa
t 6:30 am
t 1:25 pa
t 8:20 pa
7 o am
I t :vw pa
W. Worlfnver SUV- U.
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IV s Mo
LWortb A K. C
It MS pa
a 4 Brooklyn Ac &:35 pm
Rock Island ! 0:40 pa
J Daily, except Sua
All others dally. Ts
TJURLTNGTON ROUTE O.,
JU. Q. RAILWAV Depot
Second Avenue and Twee-
He in atreet.
If- b&ringceid .
fncy via Gi
I LUlt I ABltrw
7J5 am 6:60 am
ria, tiaras town, tmr
Irvm. ueinver arm
rest !fz:to po
fU. Ku City, Denver! .
ird Pacific CoAtit Via, i
laleaburg i7JS pm
rling and poiats inter- f
nediate It7: ptn:
t Moline.Suburoan....'n:i am,
It. Denver ua west. . v i
ilnton and Dubuque ,t:W an
I ijr-irt and Clinton.
A ftibuqiie, La
Ciir-o, St fwil, Minn.
& West and N. W
7:15 pro' 7:10 am
Telephone I ISO
Daily. tDally except Sunday.
rHlOAOO. MILW A VKKK A
''ST. PACL. railway D.,
R. L & N. W. passeniter sta
tion at foot of Seventectn
street. George V. Wood,
stent. The trains for Du
buone and rolnts north run
Tla Illinois nlde of river. Trains for Kreeport
ana Milwaukee will run via Davenport, Ciir.1
toe and Savanna
AU trains will connect at Savanna for points
ewi ana west.
THA1W9. I IHIIIFI
Dubuoue and St. 'Paul I
Pansenrrer T:S5 am 11:40 ana
Accommodation 10:15 am! 11:15 arc
Dubuque and St. Paul
Htwcneer 4:00 pm' 8:15 pm
Milwaukee Rxpress 7.-CO ami 8:15 pm
PYeepott Fix press. 4:J0 pm'. 11:40 am
AU trains daily except Sunday.
A TfOCK ISLAND M PZORIA
yLK "'KaUway Depot First its
""X Due and Twentieth street. M
ratterson, Ueneral Passe a-
er Afent. Passenger train
are v.. k. l a r f
line avenue) depot ten (10)
mlnatee earlier than uim
Klven. E. L. Goff, Agent.
LSAVB. I ASBIVI
Peoria, Spilnr?fleld. St. L.
Peoria, Sprinnneld, Indian
8:06 am;10:t0 pm
apolis. Cincinnati, liloom-
intrton. bt. louls
Peoria, icditnapolis, Cln
cinnati, Bloo mint; ton
Cable & Sherrard Accom..
Cable & Sherrard Accom..
6 33 pm
4 M pm
b M am
Trains marked are
dally. All others dally
CHAS. E. HODGSON .
Fire Insurance Agency,
American Ina. "o.
Traders Im. Co.,
Union Ina. Co.
Ii&ckford Ins. Co.
- Newark, N. J.
' Chicago, 111
- Bockfoxd, HI.
Socnritj Ins, Co.
New Haven, Conn.
Ina. Co. State of HL, - Bookiord, HI
Offlce, Room I. Bu ford block. Rates
as low as consistent with security
J. fll. Buford,
The old fire and
Losses Promptly Paid.
-Rates as low as any
can afford, k out
It's Quality that Counts.
Io Coal It's quality that makes heat, ts
quality that retains It. It a quality that
makes possible cons-itnptlon of 90 per
cent of the combustible part of It. leav
ing a light, clean axb: lastly, lt'squaiily
that Ussens your fuel bills you're not
paying for dirt, refuse or unburcabies.
Tbe coal we handle both hard and soft
deserves all the good things we and
our patrons say for It A ton will talk
as loudly as a carload.
E. G. FRAZER.
Mental Scientist '
and Magnetic Healer.
Correct Information on any sub
ject. SJ0 Ualne street. Daven
port, Iowa, two blocks from
termlDusof Bridge Line. .
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DURTIS OPERA HOUSE,
"" ' ' Under the direction of
- CBiMBIBUS. KlJDI & CO.
Tuesday, Oct. 1.
Last, Appearance of Ma. Kobsos as
Most Magnificent Production ever given t3
the oreateat A mertcw Corned ever
AS "BEBI1E THEHMa" In Branson
Bon a;d a
A Remarkable Coir pan v Macklyn Arbuckle,
Dorothy Uosstore. Kuss hytaL. Eselle
Carter. C iilord Leigb. Mary Kealty
and Twenty utheis.
rrlces25c. S'c. "Sc. f!. ft W. Seats on tale
at Fluke a bcwlc store, 311 lirady street.
Must people are
morse their hair fades,
Lruks oil, or falls out be
fore it should. The young matron of forty sees th(
trorit salinjr into her hair or else it is losing its fresl
1iwi!l. or crrjvrin:? thin. &Korl nr farld and ch u &hn
ingsii;njolascinebiforehertime. Thisshould not be
HAY'S If AIR-HEALTH U a hair food, nourishing
the rooti, forcinr new erowth, reslonnc freshness ane
beauty, and positively turning the Cray hair back
to its youthful color. Not a dye. Does not soil
tca'.p or clothing; is not greasy or sticky; does not rub off
Hay's Hair-Health is a refreshing, fragrant dress
ing, necessary to a careful toilet. Cannot be delected
by your friends. Equally good for men and women.
Ak lor Hay's Hair-Health ami refuse all substi
tutes. H.ll.ll. is sold hy lcauintr riruKKtscveryifchere.
Sent ty express, rrep-nc. in pu;n fc.i:cd package, by
j.iiMxis .rir .T i.ii.. i jinaimjv. i.iuaiic
For sale by T. H Thomas. H?0 Second .
avenue. A. J
mess, four: n avenue ana r wen- I
ty third street Marshal'. 8J8 Second
Ile!in'. e:k, 9.1 Third avenue.
NOW 1HC HOME Or
LEWIS' SINGLE BINDER
Tom A. Marsh ail
;t,QM6 DlTANCt Lllh
CT PS AND rOMM 5 A TA.IOtT
t TCU GRAPH RATCS.
BiL tnwl!. 111.
(Jolumtus Je Iowa.
Clar I'.ai'Iiln, Iuwa.
IVn Moines, Towa.
Iaven port, Iowa.
Le wi.it on, HL
Ml l'le-nt, Iowa.
Krw I'A,too, I1L
'ew Windsor, 111
North nenderaoa, IU.
I'ort Byron, IH.
Prairie City, IU.
Kork Inland, ui.
Swnn Creek, IU.
Hi. Aurninuie, II!.
fin ton, IU.
Hherrar'l, ia '
T.-.ylor King. XL.
Walnut Cirove. III.
Vl laberty, lows.
'ioanf-i wn, ILL
wpat: w. . a i
i - - v j. j w ti r.
la all Its r.c t-ere
should be clcauincss.
EIjg Cream Balm
eleanres, aoolbo and heals
the diCT. i'il r.ir:n!rarc.
It enrea catarrh and drives
sway a cold iu tim head
X-a f a
Cream TSalm is pl.ircd Into the nostrils. Spreads
over tho mcruhrane sad is absorbed. Ksilef is im
mediate and a cere foHows. It Is not drylnc does
not produce sneexin. Large Sias, 60 cents at Drug,
fists or by mail ; Trial Size, 10 cents by malt
ZSJt EHOTIIE1L3. fro W arren Street. New York.
John Voll & Co
Builders : : :
ALSO MAlfTJFACTTJKKS Of
Sash, Doora, Blinds and Mouldings.;
Veaeered and Hard Wood Floor
ing of All Kinds.
. DBAxrsj m
ingle and Double Strength Window
Glaus, Polished Plate, Beveled
Plate and Art Glaai.
811-329 EIGHTEENTH STREET
HOCK ISLAND. .
cake Hartina Medicated Soap, ixtt soap lor toilet. UOt only In LatlllUg tllCHI to 1I1C T.Xposi
bath, skin and ha.r. All on rccaj.t ol fcc. and this ad. I tlon gtret.t car an,l pteaill railway at
LARQC 50c. BOTTLES. AT ALL DRUGGISTS'. I a fafe q hM - Clms fr(jm nny 1M,rt 0f
W 1 I j i. 1 1 w .
L il it-
Chicago October was the
month in point of at-
udauce at the World's
There is t-very rea-
soa to believe the saiue re
sult will come to the Pan-Auiericau Ei-
nositioa at Iluffalo. where October Id
always a month of delightful weather.
The Exposition in point of beauty and
Interest is at its clim'ax. and the pro
gramme of special events is such as to
nrtrnpf n:ul nlense. Senteniber Started
with great crowds, and only the trage- I
dy in the Temple of Music, which stun
ned and shocked a world, halted an
overwhelming success in that month.
The Exposition management as a trib-
I -t '
1 Ute of respect closed the gates for OUe
day, Thursday, when the state funeral
nf the third Ill.irtrred president took
The crowds since then have
to r.uffalo. The Temple of
now hallowed and historic
has been the Mecca of thou-
r.uffalo has demonstrated her ability
to care for great crowds satisfactorilj".
... - .....
the citv. but to house and feed them at
. . ,. ri. or !.
P"cc iu mc- iraiii m :
or exoruitant prices were ioug nv
shown to be fables, and every visitor
who makes the slightest effort to get;
accommodation can do so wholly with
in his means.
The Exposition Itself, .with its beauti
ful buildings, its coloring by day, its
magic lighting at night, its walks and
courts. Its canals and lakes, its foun
tains and statuary. Its exhibits and Its
amusements, has been a delight to the
5,0(X),000 visitors who have already
been to the Pan-American.
The Exposition Company opened up
the month of October, beginning Mon
thly. Sept. 0, with a Carnival week of
splendid events. Including a baby
coach parade, with 3,000 school chil
dren singing In the procession, a mon
ster pageant with the floats used in the
New Orleans Mardl Oras and alle
gorical parade aud the feature of the
beautiful floral parade at Saratoga.
These will take place on Thursday and t
Saturday, Oct. 3 and 5, but every day
from Sept. 30 to Oct. 5 will be replete
with interest. Special fireworks on the
lake, with decorated and illuminated
launches In a procession of fiery grand
cur, will affc-rd new and wonderful
sensations to the visitors.
' Thus October will be ushered In with
a programme so arranged as to give
the American public a delightful week.
The life saving drill, daily, has be
come oue of the great attractions of
the Exposition. It tells the story of the
work of the heroic men who guard the
shores of ocean and great lakes, al
ways on tbe alert to drag from death's
brink the shipwrecked sailor or pas-
peugers. The model camp or Lniteu
States marines, the sencoast guns, the
ordnance and nil the exhibits showing
war's panoply and our defensive meas
ures have lcen a great educator to
thousands of visitors. Some military
company Is always cncanued In tbe
park, aud that part of the grounds is
never without interest.
With the magnificent exhibit of the
United States fSovernment aud the
South and Central American States'
buildings every visitor can spend a
day. No exposition has ever provided
In so - compact a space, with 6uch
beauty of architecture and with bo
TEMPLE OF MfSIC, MAIV I3.Tr.ANCE PAN
much enre for the comfort of the vis
itor, so much. All exhibit buildings are
free, including the Stadium, the great
amphitheater, the art gallery, stale
buildings, and never was so t much
given for so little. ' . .
The gorgeous pyrotechnics and no
exposition has ever been so lavish in
the display of fireworks are free to
all Exposition visitors. The programme
provided by Tain In October Includes
the magnificent water carnival with
gorgeous hallct, wonderful figures In
liquid fire, and aerial bombs and rock
ets of startling beauty and mystifying
To the millions interested in agricul
ture, stock and poultry rearing, the
Pan-American Exposition especially
appeals. The cattle chow wajs a tre
mendous success and the sheep show,
si s t.
vi a v k
0 9 O t ! 'O'8'C'w't'
beginning Sept. 23 and continuing 'to
Oct. 23, bas proved an attraction for
thone interested, from " every section
from Maine to California and Canada.
Among the slates represented are Mich
igan, Indiana, Wisconsin. New York,
Pennsylvania, Illinois, ennonr, Ohio,
New Jersey, Texas and Missouri. Of
the total number of flocks on exhibi
tion twenty-seven have been sent here
from the Iominion of Canada, most of
the exhibitors being located in the
province of Ontario. Tho province of
Quebec is also represented. During
rF.MPI.E'iF MCSIC, MAIN EVTBAJTCE FROM
AUDITORIX'M PAN-AM EKIC'AX EXPOSITION.
the course of the b!u;l show there will
be held in, the New Turk State building
a series of meetings of prominent North
and South American sheep breeders. J
The Buffalo Review of Sept. 24 said I
that "tbls-'vousht to le a great time for
the farmers to visit the Pan-American.
Every farunir in New- lork State, not
to mention tltose in other parts of the
country, ought to see the attractions of
the Rainbow City during the next three
or four weeks.
"The tattle show last week was 'a
big feature of the Exposition, and this
week there is a greit sheep show in
"The New York State farmers and
the sheep raisers from other states wili
find it most interesting to compare the
South American breeds with those of
"It will surprise many to learn that
the pavilions for animals at the Pan
American cover ten acres and are ca
pable of housing 35,000 animals."
The programme for October so far as
made up at this time is as follows:
1. afrxlcsn day, fireworks, fres organ recital.
John P. Lawrence. Washington.
2, 3. Free organ recital, . W. H. Ionley, In
. 3. Nebraska day, Toronto day, fireworks.
4. Pennsylvania day.
4, 6. Free organ recital, Harry B. Jepson, New
Hai en. Conn.
6. Peru day. Awards day, fireworks, L". of B.
7. 8. Miss lone R. Riddell. Cincinnati, O., free
organ rec-itsI.vOld Folks' day, Illinois day.
7-20. lnnes 1-8 nl. New York, sixty men.
7-10. liorse shdw. Judging 9, 1!).
8. Hrooklyn day , Knights of the Golden Eagle,
. New York Etsteday, Federation of Women's
9. Free organ recital.
10. National Grange day, Delaware day, Dun
kirk day, Nat. P. O. and V. A. association, fire
10-12. Free organ", recital, William C. Carl, New
11. Atlantic City day.
1 It. International Sunshine day.
12. U. of IJ. -Brown football, fireworks.
13- li Free organ recital, Clarence Eddy, New
14- 31. .Victor Herbert's orchestra, Pittsburg, six
15. Merchants Association of New York, Pain's
17, IS. Free organ recital, Harry Rowe Shelley,
New York city. ,
17. University of BufTalo day. fireworks.
1:1. Buffalo day, Cornell-Carlisle football, fire
work.' 20. Free organ recital.
20, 21. Free organ recital, N. J. Corey, De
troit, Midi. .
21-31. Exhibition of poultry and pet stock.
Judging C3. 24.
22. I'ain's fireworks.
23. Wesleyan-L. ol B. football.
24. I'ain's fireworks. American BufT Plymouth'
Rix lc club. American Polish club.
24. American Langshan ' club, 1 ast.rn Whits
2I-2A. Pigeon rluh, American Magpie club.
2k National White Wyandotte club.
26. Pain's fireworks.
27-29. Free organ recital, William B Coulson,
24. Alaska day.
29. Pain's fireworks.
81. Pain's fireworks.
Can Care For 230,000.
Director General Buchanan t-nys the
only problem now confronting the Ex
position is how to fiud days enough
within the closing weeks to nd-tquately
take care of the many attractions and
features now being planned. He pre
dicts a great attendance during the
month of October and one fur in ex
cess of the highest estimates tiat have
been made by the most fiangiine. In
answer to the Inquiry as to wl?ther or
not Buffalo could . take care of the
crowds, he said there was no difficulty
whatever In this regard: that Buffalo
could easily care for 250,000 strangers
every day comfortably and at reason
la the Mosaic Temple.
The organ recitals In the Temple of
Music are daily features of the Pan-
American Exposition. Many ctJebra ted
organists are on the programme for
October. Victor Herbert's famous or
chestra will be at the Temple of Ma
lic from Oct. 14 to the close of the Ex
position. ,.-., te
H ; 1 i
.-V.Ons War to Boll a Ham.
. ' The following la the recipe of the fa
mous John Chamberlin of Washington
for boiling a ham:
. "To boil a ham a la Chamberlin." the
night before put the ham in a tub of
cold water, fleshy part downward, skin
part up. Next morning put the ham in
a large kettle or pot of cold water to
boil. Let the water get hot gradually
and continue to cook the ham in a slow
boil, scarcely more than a simmer. At
the end of live hours take the ham out,
throw the water out of the pot and All
it with fresh cold water. Put the ham
Lack immediately and let It simmer or
boil slowly five hours more. Then add,
according to the size of your purse, a
gallon of viuegar or a gallon of claret
or burgundy or champagne; then sim
mer or bod for three hours more. Then
take the ham off, skin it aud put in a
cool place. Next morning trim it and
eat when yor. a;-e ready.
"Ti prevent the ham from tearing or
the water suddenly ltoiliug too fast it
Is always safe to sew a piece of cotton
cloth tightly around the ham so as to
fit as close as a glove. This will keep
the meat firm and guard against the
neglect of the cook In letting the water
boil too fast." New York Herald.
A Clever Woman's Answer.
"Do you not consider your husband
the most graceless sinner in existence?"
This question was asked the wife of
a gay Iothario by a rival for his affec
tions while playing a game called "can
dor." The. stillness became Intense and
every pair of eyes grew rounder as
those pre'it looked from one woman
to the ot...r. It was the husband's
voice that broke the silence.
"Your question is out of order, Bea
trice," he said quietly. "It is a rule
laid down in courts of law that a wo
man Is not required to testify against
In the confusion that followed as the
game broke up the man sought
replied to the query of the fair Beatrice
If I had not come to your rescue so
neatly V" he demanded.
"I should have said you were a sin
ner, yes, but n graceful rather than
graceless one." l.ippincott's.
Slow bat Inexorable Justice.
In October, 1IKX), Tietro (Jiaconi and
Marie Bonolli were tried at Rome on
a charge of sextuple murder by poi-
soning committed 31 years before. In
England Eugene Aram was hanged for
the murder of Clarke 14 years after the
offense. A man named Home was ex
ecuted for the murder of his child In
the eighteenth century no less than 35
years after the offense. There is also
the well know n case of Governor Wall,
who was executed in 1802 for a mur
der committed in 172. Sherward was
hanged at Norwich for the murder of
his wife after a lapse of 20 years. I
But Sir Fitzjames Stephens recalls
what is the most remarkable case of
all. He prosecuted as counsel for the
crown iu lS5.'i a man who was charged
with stealing a leaf from a parish reg
ister 00 years before that is, in 1S03.
In this case the prisoner was acquitted.
The Strength; of a Shark.
Given special advantages, such as
that of holding the end of a stout rope
at the other extremity of which is a
hook fixed iu a shark's mouth, man
may, with the assistance of a number
of his fellows, have the best of the
shark. But aloue and in the water the
advantage is wholly aud absolutely the
other way, and the strongest swimmer
nnd the bravest heart fail when the
tyrant of the sea seeks to make his ac
quaintance. The shark is a creature gifted with
great strength, a savage temper, dog
ged perseverance nnd exceptional pow
er of jaw. The lion and tiger may
mangle, the crocodile may lacerate, the
bulldog may hold fast the shark alone
of living creatures possesses the power
of nipping off a human limb at a clean
Gender of tbe Sword.
Among the many curious notions ob
taining among the different races using
the sword may be noted the gender of
the weaitou. In the north of Europe it
was cither masculine, as In Britain, or
neuter, as in Germany, while In the
south it was uuilormly feminine. Its
force aud cruelty appealed to the north
ern luind. Its grace and elegance at
tracted the warriors of the sunny south.
It typified to the oue strength, to the
other dignity. Exchange.
"Henrietta." said Mr. Meekton, "do
you remeniler the moonlit evening
when I asked you to marry me?" j
I "I trust, I.eonidas, that you are not
going to become sentimental and silly." .
"Not a bit of it. But I often recall
i tho occasion with Interest. I can uev-!
er quite understand how I managed to
' talk so familiarly to you without seem
ing impertinent." Washington Star.
"There goes a man with two cork
legs. You'd never think it, would you?"
"Go away! Didn't I Just see him
running across the street like a deer to
catch that 6treet car? He couldn't do
that with cork legs, could he?"
. "Certaiuly, if, as happens to be the
ease, he was bora In Cork. Boston
i Proprietor I am satisfied with your
work, rusher, nnd I will raise your
salary rrom $10 to $12 a week; but,
mind, that does not mean that you
must go and get married on the
strength of it. New York Times.
Written Chinese Is practically uni
form throughout tho empire aud has
hardly altered during the whole course
of Chinese history. The spoken lan
guage, on the other baud. Is constantly
If you are in need of artificial
teeth, procure one of our thin
elastic plates or one of our
bridges, something that will
give you perfect satisfaction.
All work guaranteed and
lowest prices given.
Silver Fillings sOc
Gold Platina Alloy. . ,
Gold Fillings, 1 and np.
Gold Crowns, and np.
Set of Teeth, f5 and up .
Office 1607 Second Avenue.
Over Speldcl'a Drug Store.
a . o
Quality and make,
McCoy & Co., N. Y. I
S. M. ARXDT & CO.,
170S Second Avenue.
'it's a Mot Subject
To talk about, but we are mu
tually interested in SUMMER
PRfCES FOR WINTER FUEL
is onr principal article for all
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at less prices for furnaces.
We Want Your Order
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Professional Cards. s
McCASKRLN A McCASKBIN,
Attorneys at Law.
Rook Inland and Milan. Rock Island office
aver KreU A Math's store. Milan offlce o
0. OOHDSIXT. a D. COf!BM,T.
CONNELLY & CONNELLY,
At to rn ay a a Law.
Money loaned. Office over Thomas drug
tore, corner of Second avenue and Seven
JACKSON & HURST, .
Attorneys at Law,
Offlce In Rock Island National Bank Building.
St. I LCDOLPH. ROBKBT. B. BBTVOLDS
LUDOLPH & REYNOLDS,
Attorneys at Law.
Money to loan. General legal business. No
tary public 1705 Second avenue, Buford
S. D. 8WKKNIT. a I WALKBB
SWEENEY & WALKER,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law.
Offlce In Bengston'.bloek.
a a. it ABSRALI,
Money to loan on good real estate security.
Mi ton ell & Lyrfle block, flock Island, Illinois
McENIRY & McENLRY,
Attorneys at' Law.
Loan money on good security; make eolleo
,lons. Reference, Mitchell A Lynda, bankers.
Dffloe, MitcbeU & Lynde building,
JAMES F. MURPHY,
Attorney at Law.
Office over Math's confectionary store.
JOHN K. SCOTT,
Cttv attorney of Rock
Island. Room 4,
ditch ell A Lynde building.
DR. R H. GARM.
Physician and Surgeon.
Office 1611 Second avenue. Phone RM1
Brown. Residence 816 Twenty-third street.
Hours 9 to 1 1 a. m., 2 to I p. m.. after 7 p. m
DR. CORA EMERY REED.
Special attention to diseases of women and
children, also diseases of eye, ear, none and
throat. Offlce hours 9:30 to 12 a. sn., l to p.
m. S21 Sixteenth street. Rock Island.
N. M. MOORE. M. D.
Hours 10:00 to 11. -00 a. m., 2:00 to 4:00 and after
T-.00 p. m.
DR. S. H. MILLER,
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist.
All diseases of horses and cattle treated on
approved principles. Surgical operations per
formed In a scientific manner. Dogs treated.
Ail calls promptly attended to. Office and
nflrmary, Frick & Kautz's livery barn.
DR. C. W. GRAFTON,
Rooms over tbe Boston Shoe Store
Jfflce hours from 8 to IS a. m. and 1 to 9 p
J. T. TAYLOR,
Office boars 8:80 to It a m., 1:0 to 1:00 p. m
;19V4 Eighteenth street. Opposite Union offlae
DRACK & KERNS.
Architects and Superintendent.
Skinner Block. Second Boor.
HENRY GAETJE, Prop.
Out Flowers and Designs of all Kinds.
1807 Second ayenue. Telephone
Sawed building stone,
Ashlar and Trimmings
Jor cheapness, durability and
beauty excelled by none. This
atone does not wash or color tbe
wall with alkali, eto. Plans sont
as for estimate! will recoire
careful attention and be returned
promptly al onr expense.
. Quarries 13 miles from Reck
Island on the C. B. A Q. R. R.
Trains Nos- 5 and 10 will atop
and let visitors off and. on.
Bridge stone, corn crib '
blocks and foundation
stone, any size desired.
Samples of 8tone and Photoa of
buildings oan be seen at Boom
No. 12, Mitchell A Lynde'a build
ARTHUR BURRALL, Manager
Boss Island or Colona, 111.