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THE AJXBTJB, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1503.
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'DYSPEPSIA CUR El
Under all curable conditions
Mr. D. Kaubla of Mrs. W. W. Lay-
Nevada. O.. was ler of Hilhard,
cured by Kodol
Pa., was cured
the use ot
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We Do th Wcrk, and Our Cus
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f:r at the An-.eiienn Steam Laun
dry your linen will always he satis
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fullest extent extent the pleasure
of wearing shirts, en liars ond' cuffs
tluit feel ricrlit and look just as well
as' they fee!. We also make a
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of the Stomach.
Not until llyomei was discovered
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that a remedy for catarrh was known.
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four times a day, and during that
the air passages and lungs is impreg
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Stomach drugging often causes dis
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other diseases audi never makes a per
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air cells in the lungs and enters the
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A complete outfit costs but $1, and
includes an inhaler, dropper and suffi
cient llyomei for several weeks'
T. 11. Thomas has so much faith in
the merit of llyomei that lie agrees
to return the money to any purchaser
who may be dissatisfied.
SIMPLY BltEATHE IT.
A Few Minutes Use of llyomei Foot Times
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The pleasantest, most convenient
and- the only scientific method for the
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omei. Simply put 20 drops of llyomei
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It seems remarkable that so simple
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kills the gerni. and bacilli of catarrh
and soothes and allays all irritation.
The first day's use of llyomei will
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There Will Be. a Lively Fight
In Congress on This Subject.
THE EEPUBLIOAH PABTY DIVIDED
President Declares Reciprocity Will
Be Adopted "a Sore as Fate.'
. Other Republican Say It Moat Be
Defeated Democrats Will Oppose
Protection to Sugrar Trust.
"President Roosevelt Las determined
to call congress in extraordinary ses
sion Not. I) for the express purpose of
ratifying the Cuban reciprocity treaty.
When J he last congress adjourned
without ratifying this treaty, although
the president had used all the great
power of his office to force it through,
he In one of his speeches declared that
the treaty would be ratified "as sure
as fate." The fated day will soon be
here, and the forces of the rival fac
tions of the Republican party are buc
kling on their armor for the fight. The
groundwork of the squabble is sugar
and the sugar trust. Whatever reduc
tion the treaty finally contains on the
tariff on raw sugar is an increased
prolft to the sugar trust except any
slight advance the Cuban sugar grow
er may obtain over the price now paid
by the trust. The trust wants to have
Cuban sugar on the free list, but is
willing to take any discount that it
can get congress to allow. The present
duty on raw sugar amounts to $36 per
ton, and as the Cuban crop is about
000,000 tons free Cuban sugar Avould
give the trust the enormous bonus of
$32,400,000 annually. If the Cuban
treaty should only allow a bonus of 23
per cent from the present duty on raw
sugar the saving to the sugar trust
would approximate or perhaps exceed
It is rather startling to have Presi
dent Roosevelt so anxious to see this
bonus given to the sugar trust and yet
pose as the great trust fighter. But it
must be remembered that no trust has
been prevented from its extortion by
the Republican plan of fighting them
and that "words are good only when
backed by deeds."
The fraction of the Republicans that
is fighting Cuban reciprocity is the
ultra protectionists, who declare that
no letter or word of the sacred tariff
must be changed, and they are backed
by the money of the trusts and the
protected monopolies. The Protective
Tariff league, the organization of the
manufacturers who " are benefited by
the tariff, is the center around which
all monopolists fjather and is supported
by the money of the monopolists. Its
organ, the American Econoniisr, Is
fighting Cuban reciprocity tooth and
nail on the ground that the Republican
party is pledged to protect the domestic
sugar growing interests. In its Issue
of Sept. 11 it appeals to the Republic
ans to stand firm for those interests
"There are some things which even
congress cannot do, and one of these
things is to enact a revenue measure
which originates with the executive,
Is ratified by the senate and fvnally
'approved by the house of representa
tives. Article G of the constitution nre-
show a decided improvement and in a
short time there will be no further
trouble from catarrh. Its action is
rapid and lasting.
You take no risk in buying llyo
mei.' A complete outfit costs $1, and
if after using you can say that it has
not helped you, T. II. Thomas will re
turn your money. What other treat
ment for catarrh is sold under a guar
antee like this?
TO CATARRH SUFFERERS
llyomei Guaranteed to Care by T. II.
Thomas or Money Refunded.
The popularity and increase in the
sales of llyomei are unique in the an
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cures have been made by this remark
able remedy that the proprietors have
authorized T. II. Thomas to sell every
package of llyomei under an absolute
guarantee that it will cure catarrh.
If it does not, the purchaser can have
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llyomei is no ordinary remedy. It
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sends by direct fhhalation to the most
remote part of the air passages, a bal
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ditional ozone, and makes permanent
and complete cures of catarrh.
The complete llyomei outfit costs
but $1, and consists of an inhaler that
can be carried in the vest pocket, a
medicine dropper and a bottle of lly
omei. The inhaler lasts a lifetime, and
if one bottle does not cure, an extra
bottle of llyomei can be obtained for
50 cents. It is the most economical
of all remedies advertised for the cure
of catarrh, and is the only one that
follows nature in her method of treat
ing diseases of the respiratory or
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few minutes four times a day and
your catarrh is cured. That's all.
Tf not cured T. If. Thomas will re
fund your money.
serines a procedure precisely the re
verse of this. ,It requires that all laws
relating to the revenues, shall originate
in ; the house, be concurred in by the
senate and approved by the president.
From the foundation of the republic
up to the present day this procedure
has been followed. . No revenue meas
ure has ever been enacted Into law that
did not originate in the house of rep
resentaives." Thus this faction of the Republican
party takes issue with President Roose
velt and his faction by declaring that
a reciprocity treaty which reduces the
tariff is unconstitutional because "all
laws relating to the revenues must
originate in the house of representa
tives." As this reciprocity treaty with
Cuba will be the most .Important po
litical issue that will come before con
gress the position of the Democrats,
who hold the balance of power between
the Republican factions, Is significant.
At the close Df the last congress, after
Cuban reciprocity had been defeated,
the Democratic members held a caucus
Resolved. First, that we condemn the
Republican majority in congress for fail
ure to pass a measure providing reci
procity with Cuba.
The bill which passed the house of
representative was heartily supported
by the Democratic minority after the
protection to the sugar trust had been
removed by the solid lcmocratic vote,
aided by a small minority of the Re
publican members. As it passed the
house the bill carried relief to Cuba,
reduced the price of sugar to Ameri
can consumers and struck a heavy
blow at the notorious and obnoxious
sugar trust. The refusal of the Repub
lican senators to consider this meas
ure unless the protection to the sugar
trust should lit- restored gives evidence
that the president and the Republican
party iu congress are willing to refuse
relief to Cuba and totally ignore Amer
ican consumers rather than abandon
their alliance with the trusts.
From these declarations it will be
seen that the Democrats favor Cuban
reciprocity, but demand that at the
same time the protection to the sugar
trust of 1 cent and upward a pound on
refined sugar, known as the differen
tial duty, should be abolished. That
proposition was passed by the bouse
of representatives, the vote being:
Yeas, 190; nays, 103; CI Republicans
voting with the Democrats. See Con
gressional Record, April 18, 1902, page
The minority faction of the Republic
an party thus voted with the Demo
crats, making the majority for the ab
olition of the protection to the sugar
The bill then passed the house as
amended yeas, 247; nays, 52 but the
senate refused to adopt it.
The whole fight will le repeated
when congress meets, and it will be in
teresting to watch the votes of the Re
publican members and see how they
line up, for or against the administra
tion programme. The Democrats will
offer the same amendment to abolish
the differential duty on refined sugar
which gives shelter to the trusts and
adds at least 1 cent a pound to all sug
ar consumed in this country.
UNIQUE IN POLITICS.
Some of the Queer Ideas of Consrress
man Robert linker.
Robert Raker, member of congress
from the Sixtli New York district, bor
ough of IlrooUlyn. who recently caused
a mild sensation by sending back to a
railroad company a complimentary an
nual pass, is a unique character in pol
itics and promises to 4e one of the
most picturesque members of the Fifty-eighth
He declined to appoint a cadet to
the Annapolis Naval academy on the
ground that be did not believe that
CONGRESSMAN ROBERT BAKEB.
war was ever justified, and therefore
naval and military cadets were use
less. Congressman Baker, who has not yet
taken his seat in congress, is an Eng
lishman by birth, a fluent talker and a
forceful debater. lie was elected on
the regular Democratic ticket, but had
the support of the Single Taxers, of
whose theories he Is a warm advocate,
lie is a poor man and takes pride In
telling that he is worth nothing. In
appearance he is small and spare, and,
although he is but forty-one years of
age, his hair is almost white.
Many Mothers of a I.I he Opinion,
Mrs. Pilmer, of Cordova, Iowa, says:
"One of my children was subject to
croup of a severe type, and the giving
of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
promptly always brought relief. Many
mothers in this neighborhood think
the same as I do about this remedy
and want no other kind for their chil
dren." For sale by all driJjjgists.
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LOST A boy's overcoat Sunday afternoon
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pni'Mn a iii-vrlt about a week iro. rwn.
ercan learn particulars by calling at this
LOST A ROld watch with diamond setting
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SPECIAL Just because you live in Dav
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Now, how long does it take you to step to a
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FOR SALE A medium sized grocery Btock
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MONEY TO LOAN In any amount, on any
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WE make a specialty ot loaning money on
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GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
H. J. TOHER & CO. Brokers, Davenport.
Stocks, grain, provisions, cotton. Privaje
wire to New York and Chicago. Offices
109 Main street. Telephone 407.
GEORGE H. SIDWELL & CO. Commission
merchants. Grain, hay and provisions.
Members of the Chicago board of trade
and Chicago Stock exchange. Established
85 years. No. W2 and W3 Rialto building
Long distance phone. Harrison S86&
HEATING AND PLUMBING.
CHANNON. PERRY & COMPANY Heating
and plumbing along scientific and sani
tary lines. Careful and skilled workmen.
Prompt attention. 114 West Seventeenth
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W. A. ROBB & CO. All kinds ot electrical
construction. Estimates furnished and
service prompt and reliable. Fine line of
gas and combination fixtures. 119 Eight
E. J. BURNS City and country real estate.
If you have property for sale, list It with
me. If you want to buy 1 will do my best
to get you what you want. Room 11, Mitch
ell & Lynde block. Telephone 1191.
ROCK ISLAND STEAM LAUNDRY Baurs
feld & Sexton, proprietors. Fine finish and
quick service. 1814 Third avenue Phone
EMPIRE COAL & COKE COMPANY Whole
sale and retail dealers In bituminous and
anthracite coal. Prompt delivery servcie.
Offices 1718 First avenue. Telephone west
' EXPRESS, STORAGE, BUS AND CAB.
ROBB S TRANSFER CO., 120 West Seven
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6158. New storage building. Express, bag
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CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS.
JOHN VOLK & CO. Contractors and build
ers. Also manufacturers of sash, doors
blinds and mouldings. Dealers In plate
window and art glass. Offices and laitory,
811 to 329 Eighteenth street.
Not affected by AVall Street.
Enabling owners to approve proper
D EVKI.O F EXTEN I) EQU I V
INDUSTRIALS, RAILWAYS, MINES
and similar enterprises. Address with
full details, JS.' White, manager Se
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Wall Street, New- York.
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WANTED At once, three bell boys at the
WANTED A first-class glaztr at the Rock
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VILLA DG CHANTAL A home school for
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HOTELS AND RESORTS.
GRAND HOTEL Famous Colfax mineral
springs. Oilers best accommodations at
reasonable prices. Address WUllam Frey,
Col fax, Iowa.
LAS VEGAS HOT SPRINGS Located 6.767
feet above the sea. All toe year round re
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ular address Dr. Daniel S. Perkins, Medi
cal Director, Las Vegas. N M.
FOR RENT Unfurnished room at 23) Sixth,
FOR RENT Office room on ground floor at
xvocit isiatiu uuusc.
FOR RENT-Rooms for light housekeeping
at 230 Thirteenth ureei.
FOR RENT Nicely turnished rooms, mod
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FOR RENT Two large, nicely furnished
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FO-t RENT Furnished rooms for light
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FOR RENT Furnished rooms for . light
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' Second g,venue.
FOR RENT Furnished room with all mod
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Opposite court house.
FOR EENT Furnished rooms with gas.
bath and furnace; gentleman preferred.
Apply tuo Second avenue.
FOR RENT A l icely furnished front room
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FOR RENT A nicely furnished front room
Modern conveniences, just one block from
car line. Apply 945 Twenty-first street.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms with
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. of telephone . 906 Fifteenth street.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for light
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1116 Second avenue.
FOR RENT Fine front room with large
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heat and use of bath. Best location in the
city. 610 Eighteenth street.
FOR RENT-rFurnlshed rooms with good
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FOB BENT HOU8ES.
FOR RENT A house of six rooms. 1458 Fif
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FOR RENT Newly built house of four
rooms, large attic ana teusr omu Mien
aud Fourteenth avenue. Inquire at 1004
FO !t RENT Three small offices In the rear
or tne koci isianu jjuusc iiumius nc
Seventeenth street. Will be radv for oc
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FOR RENT A 6-room 2 story house with
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and Twentv-first street: ey at office: also
small store on Ninth street and Seventh
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FOR SALE-CITY PROPERTY.
FOR SALE Cheap It taken at once, good
paying fruit ana cigar siana in goou loca
tion. Rent, $30 per month. Address "F 13"
FOR SALE Two remaining east front lots
In the uart Twenty-secona street aaaition.
For terms inquire of R. S. Dart. Jackson A
Hurst's office. Masonic temple.
FOR SALE Lots in Gregg's addition, Twen-ty-fourthand
Twenty-fifth streets between
K'gbtb-and-a-half and Ninth avenues.
Call and get prices Keidy Bros
FOR SALE Cheap, an 8-room house, 1
acres of land, well, two cisterns, big barn;
will sell cheap. Inquire Charles Bruhn,
Twentieth avenue aud Seventeenth street.
FOR SALE A brick house containing ten
rooms and a large bath room. Has hard
wood floors, furnace heat and ali modern
improve uents. Also a large stable on
same lot. Property was fitted up lor a
home and Is in good repair. Inquire on
the premises at 1210 Third avenue.
FOIt SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE Good full dress suit. Address
"A, this office.
FOR SALE Large heater. Cheap if taken
at once, uau at iswsrouuu aicuuc.
FOR SALE Standard bred, reeistered, Eng-
listi Pointer female, tnree years oia. t rea
FOR SALE Lieut. Bricker's station wagon
and cow. Address or call on (.apt. jamie
son, at the arsenal.
FOR SALE-One woman's driving horse.
eight years old Cheap it taken at once.
Inquire at 1811 Second avenue.
FOR SALE A baseburner In good condi
tion Will sell cheap. Apply to J. w .
Glasco, 1135 Seventeenth street.
PARIDON & SON Artistic Interior decora
tion. Finest line oi late papar carried ana
skilled workmen employed. Moderate
prices, 417 Seventeenth street.
State of Illinois, I
Rock Island County, (
In the circuit court of said county in
Jennie M. Scott vs. Mary A. Goode, Ethel
Gooue, Lester Gooae, Raymond (.ooae ana
Albert E. Simmons, administrator of the
estate of Daniel Goode, deceased. Fore
closure No. &196
Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a
decree of said court, entered in the above
entitled cause on tne tenth aay of October,
A. D. 1903 I shall, on Mondav. tne second
day of November. A. D 1908 at tne hour oi 2
o ciock in the afternoon, at the east door of
the court house in the city of Rock Island,
in said county of Rock Island, to satisfy said
decree, sell at public vendue, to the highest
bidder for cash in hand. those certain parcels
of land situated in the county of Rock island
and state of Illinois, known and described as
Block tnirtv-two (32) consisting of five lots:
the north half (S) oi block seventy-seven
(77) consisting ot ten (10) lots: ail ot Diock
sixty (60) consisting oi eight lots; the north
half (v) of block one hundred and six (106)
containing nix t) lots: tne soum nan is)
of block fifty-nine (50) containing five (.)
lots: the north naif (H) of block seventy
eight (78) conta'ning live (5) lots; all of said
blocks and lots being located in the north
west quartT (!) ot section twenty-seven
(27) townsnip seventeen (17) norm, range
three (3) west of the fourth (4ti) principal
meridian, in the village of Andalusia
Dated at Moline, Illinois, thi iota day of
October, A. D. 1903.
WAtiTEK J. KNTK11S1M.
Master In Chancery, Rock Island county. XIX.
A DAI It PL.EASAN IS. Com pit s isOl'r.
Notice of Final Settlement
Estate of Amanda W. BuHum, deceased.
Public notice is hereby Riven that the un
dersigned, Almon A ButTum, administrator
of the estate of said deceased, has this day
filed his final report and settlement as
such in the county court of Rock Island
county, and hearing on said report has been
set tor Oc toner 24. ltx, at 9 o'clock a. m., at
which time persons Interested .may appear
ana make ODiecitons tnereto. ana u no ob
jections are "tiled said report will be ap
proved at that time, and the undersigned
will ask lor an order of distribution, ana
will also ask to be discharged.
ttock island, iu.. :sept zu, twus.
ALMON A. BUFFCM. Administrator.
Estate of Peter Larkin, deceased.
The undersigned having been appointed
administrator of the estate of Peter Lar
kin. late of the county of Rock Island.
state of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives no
tice that he will appear betore the county
court ot Rock Island county at the county
court room, in the city of Rock Island, at the
December term, on the first Monday in De
cember next, at which time all persons nay-
ing claims against saia estate are notinea
and requested to attend for the purpose of
having the same adjusted. -
All persons indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to the
Dated this 29th day of September .A. D., 1903.
CHARLES J. LARKIN, Administrator.
McCASKUIN- U McCASKRIN Attorneys at
law. Rock Island and Milan. Rock Island
office In Bengston block. Milan office on
CONNELLY & CONNELLY Attorneys at
law. Money loaned. Office over Cramp
toA's book store, 1719 Second avenue.-
JACKSON, HURST St STAFFORD Attorneys
at law. Office in Rock Island National
- bank building.
LUDOLPH & REYNOLDS Attorneys at
law. Money to loan. General legal busi
ness. NotaT public. 1705 Second, avenue,
SWEENEY & WALKER Attorneys and
counsellor at law. Abstracts of title.
Office in Bengston block.
SEAKLE & MARSHALL Lawyers. Money
to loan on gooa reai estate security. Mitch
ell & Lynde block. Rock Island, 11L
McEiSIRY & McENIRY Attorneys at law.
Loan money on gooa security- make col
lections. References, Mitchell & Lynde,
bankers. Office, Mitchell 3t Lynde build
ing. JAMES F. MURPHY Attorney at law.
General legal practice. Office room IS,
Mitchell & Lynde building. Union Elec
tric phone 5601.
DR. CORA EMERY REED Homeopathic
physician. Special attention to diseases of
women and children; also diseases of eye,
ear, nose and throat. Office hours, B:S0 to
13 a. m., 1 to 4 p. m. 331 Sixteenth street.
J. T. TAYLOR Dentist. Office Hours 8J!oto
12 m., 1:30 to 5 p. m. 21&K Eighteenth
street, opposite union office. Telephone
LEONARD DRACK Architect and superin
tendent. - bkinner block, second noor.
Office hours iu to 12 a m , 4 to 5:30 p. m.
THE LONGVIEW Park Floral company,
Meyer & Behring, Props. Green houses
1115 Fifteenth street. Plants, cut flowers
HENRY GAETHJE Proprietor Chlpplan-
nock nursery, cut nowers ana aesigns oi
all kinds. City store, 1807 Second avenue.
INSURANCE on dwellings and household
goods a specialty. Oldest and best com
panies, lowest rates. C. R. Chamberlln,
Mitchell & Lynde block. Phone 1030.
PLEASANT F. COX Real estate and Insur
ance. Old nre companies represented.
Your patronage solicited. 'Phone Union
63. Office over Thomas' drug store.
BENNETT S Insurance atrency. Fire, lite.
acciaeui. neaitn ana piate giass. itea
estate and loans. Room 2. Buford block.
Residence phone, union 361 ; office, union 113
TORNADO INSURANCE Rates for city
property 20 cents per 100 one year, 40 cents
per $100 three years, 6o cents per $103 five
years. Call or address C. R. Chamberlln
Agent, Mitchell & Lynde building.
HAYES St CLEAVELAND The pioneer
agency. Old time and fire tested compa
nies. Fire, lightning, plate glass, tornado,
accident, life, or almost any form of risk.
Ground floor offices $10 to 218, Eighteentn
WE WILL BOND YOU Executors, admin
istrators, guardians, trustees, trustees or
any kind of judicial bonds; lodge and so
ciety officers; city, state or U. S. govern
ment officials; contractors; positions of
trust; in fact, any kind of bond you want
(except bail bonds). Terms reasonable.
Hayes & Cleaveland, resident managers,
Fidelity and Deposit company, of Mary
land. GOLDSMITH & McKEE insurance agency.
peoples .National Dane rmnaing, rock
Island, I1L Rexresent only first-class com
panies, writing fire, tornado, plate glass
liability, burglary, accident and health
Insurance. All policies issued upon the
latest plans and most liberal conditions
Surety bonds furnished through the Amer
ican Bonding company, of Baltimore, Md.
Open every Wednesday and Saturday
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
CHICAGO. RUCK ISLAND
& Pacific Railway Tickets
can be purchased at City
Ticket office, 1813 Second ave
nue, or C, R. L & P. depot
Fifth avenue foot of Thlrty
Peorla branch depot, foot ot
twentieth street. Frank EL Plummer, C. P. A.
Denver Limited & Omaha..
Ft. Worth, Denver A K. C
(Omaha & Minneapolis....
It 3:45 am
t 5:20 am
T o:in am
t 7:00 cm
t 1:10 pm
t 2:15 pm
Colorado & Omaha
Dm Moines & Omaha
Denver, Lincoln & Omaha.
Des Moines Express
St. Paul A Minneapv
t 9:25 am
t 8:00 am
t 0:52 am
uanver, r v worm . ...
;K ansas City, S t Joe & Calif.
tRock Island St Washington
t 7:10 am
t 8:25 pm
t 2:00 pm
t 7:10 am
t 0 to am
t 2:15 pm
Chicago St Des Moines
Roek Island St Brooklyn Ac
Omaha & Des Moines
it ojo pm
(Cedar Rapids, Tipton
t 4:30 pm
m-u-iu- u r i tin Awrt DUlUTi niTTQinM
Trains leave Twentieth street station. Main
ee trains start from main depot on Fifth
venue 5 minutes In advance of time given.
I. ma vs.
Peoria, Springfield, St. L-,
Indian opoUa. Cincinnati.
P aorta Express
Peoria, Indianapolis. Cin
cinnati, Blooming ton....
9 55 pm
Caole & Sherrard Accom.
1 1 :45 pm
Arrival. tDeparture ipally. except Sun
lay. Phone West 108S, west 1428.
CHICAGO, BURLINGTON &
Quincy Depot Seeond
avenue and Twentieth street.
M. J. YOUNG, Agent,
FRANK A. HART,
7:30 am 6:85 am
t7.30 am rflS am
87:25 pm 7:10 pm
t7:25 pm t7:10 pm
s7:40pm 7:00 am
t7.00 am t7:00 pm
s7:00 am 7:00 pm
'St. Louis, Springfield.
Galesburg, Peoria and
Sterling, Mendota and
Chi o ago.
St. Louis. Kansas City,
. Denver and Pacific
Snarling and points in
Dibuque, Clinton, La
- Crosse, St. Paul, Minn.
and N. W
Clinton, Dubuque, and
Clinton and Intermediate
a. stop at Moekisiana so minu
Dally. tDa'Jy except Sunday.
i for meals,
OHIO AGO, MILWAUKEE
& St. Paul Railway. D.,
R. L & N. W. pamenger sta
tion at foot of Seventeenth
i street, ueorge w. wooa,
agent. All trsirs will connect
riV. ' at Savanna for points east
Clinton, Dubuque, St. Paul, Chicago
and Milwaukee 7:
Muscatine, Ottumws, Washington. 2:
r'uiton, Savanna and Dubuque 3
Clinton, Dubuque and St. Paul 3.
Omaha, Sioux City, Chicago and Mil
Maquoketa, Omaha and Clinton 3;
Daily except Sunday.
Oxford Junction and Mouticello II:
Msquoketaand Omaha 11
St. Paul,. Dubuque and Clinton II:
St. Paul, Fulton and Savanna II:
Chicago and Fulton 2
Oltumwa and Muceatine 4:
Chicago, Milwaukee, Uubuque and St. -
All trains dally except Bunday
31 p m
45 p m
40 a m
50 a m
S3 p m
:58 p m