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THE AT.GU8. SATURDAY, JANUARY 26, 1895.
PERFECTION IN TRAVEL.
A World-Famous Railway
WORTH NEARLY $25?.0OO
Magnificent Compartments With the
Privacy of Home or Ho
Elegance of the Wonderful Pennsyl
The wonderful progress railways
have made in a shorter riod tliuii
the fan of a tii:in". life tipilies the
spirit of the ae. Tlie distance he
tween cities is annually beinp; short
ened as regardd time required to
make the journey. The evolution of
the railway coach is an interesting
study. The one in use a score of
years ago. then considered a very
convenient and comfortable affair,
would be an old figure in a train of
cars of the latest pattern. Even
train employes have seemingly lost
their calling in the metamorphosis
that ingenuity and skill have wrought
rin tEiir th rr.N
in railway transportation facilities.
The titles of brakemcn and flagnun
now appear to be misnomers, as it is
no longer necessary for a man to
stand on a car platform and wind a
chain around an iron roil until his
eyes almost bulge from their sockets.
The slight pull of a cord sets the au
tomatic brake, or the pressure of a
lever applies the air brake whereby
trains may now be brought to a stop
before they have gone much more
than their length, although they may
be running forty or fifty miles an
hour. The block signal system has
lightened the labar of the man w ho
not many years ago had to staud on
on the track ami wave a red flag or
lantern to warn approaching trains
of danger ahead. The horizontal
arm or red light of the block signal
now gives the necessary warning.
The art of railroading, for it surely
is an art. has practically been re
duced to a science also, ami nowhere
ia that science so closely studied and
its successful workings so clearly
manifest as on the Pennsylvania
linna Thitt vnt fivateni Tint the
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northwest and west in touch with the
east and south. It steel rails con
nect Chicage the natural gateway
with Pittsburg. Harrisbur, Balti
more. Washington. Philadelphia and
New York on the east, and with In
dianapolis. Louisville. Dayton,
Springfield, Columbus ami Cincin-
nati on the south. Their importance
as the principal avenues of travel be
tween the most populous portions of
the countrv demands careful atten-
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tion to details in management and
operation, hence improvements in
the various bracb.es of railroading as
a rule make their initial appearance
ob these lines.
The first vestibuled train in ser
vice was run over them between New
York and Chicago. In the natural
order of improvement it has under
gone changes and is now the world
famous PennvlTaoia Limited. This
train represents the acme of the car
building art. and i in consonance
with the well know n policy of the
Pennsylvania management to excel
in everything. It is a wonderful ex-
position of the remarkable advance-j
nient that characterizes railway
transportation facilities of the pres
ent day. 'I his train represents an
investment of . over two hundred
thousand dollars and it can be read
ily imagined that its magnificence is
grand to the extreme.
The Pennsylvania Limited is nsn
all v composed of six ears with per
fected vestibule attnehnients enclos
ing them into practically one elong
ated ear having a series of ap:irt
nienls. The erfecled vestibules are
an improvement over tle old style,
as the floor projects out over the
steps making a wider passage, and
the beveled plate glass extends all
the way down to the floor. Pullman
smoking, library, dining, sleeping
and observation cars make up this
series of compartments. In this
whirling palace, perfection in travel
is exemplified in its highest degree.
The interiors are finished in most ex
cellent style. The upholstery, hand
some decorations, delicate tracery in
highly polished hardwood linish. bur
nished brass chandelier electric light
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fixtures, give a fascinating effect to
This delightful ensemble is not for
the eye alone, but is adapted to the
requirements of travel. The cozy
smoking compartments, with their
comfortable arm chairs and divans,
are pleasant retreats for smokers.
Meals served in the dining car con
stitute menus that outrival the
"culinary productions of noted ca
terers. The service includes the
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finest china, cut glass and sil
verware. In the library car. with
its convenient book cases, tables and
desks, are interesting books, maga
zines and the daily paiers. The
sleeping cars, with their rich cur
tains and beautiful rugs, are well ar
ranged for the comfort cf their occu
pants during the day time, ami at
night the roomy berths invite to
restful slumber. The observation
car brings up the rear of the train and
has a large portico, protected by pol
ished brass railings, free from any
obstruction to the sight. From this
inclosure, which comfortly seats 16
persons, may be viewed the dissolv
The recent addition of compart
ment cars to the equipment of this
train is in harmony with its com.
pleteucss. In design and finish they
are the finest cars constructed to
date. Their arrangement into draw
ing rooms anil state rooms aff.trds
the privacy of home, or of a hotel
room. Women traveling alone, or
with children, as well a invalids,
will find all desired seclusion in these
cars. Each compartment is supplied
wit individual 'lavatories, and is)
fitted up in Iuxnry.
Distinctive features of the
sylvania Limited include a barber reply, including the lowest rate, best
shop where one may be safely shaved ; route and time of trains. If pre.
by a deft barber while the train is' fcrred, a personal visit will lie made
going a mile a minute: and an ex- by one of the representatives to their
perieuced wailing maid whose cspe- homes for the rarpose of aiding in
cial care is the comfort of ladies and arranging for the journey. He will
children. There are also bath reonis procure tickets and check baggge
for both sexes. Stock reports are throogh to destination, so that pas
bnlletined on the train so that one sengcr may leave home unenbum
may trade as be travels, an expert be red by luggage and relieved of the
stenographer and typewriter being bother of having it checked. They
at his command for the conduct of
cnrTep-.ndenee. His services and
those of the waiting mai l are given
The Pennsylvania Limited i in
reality a flying hotel of the most
modern type. It has its smoking
and reading compartments; dining
room, drawing rooms and state
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rooms; sleeping apartments: bath
and barber shop. Liquid refresh
ments are stored in the bnlTet. from
which one may order anything from
a bottle of beer to the finest brands
leaving Chicago Union stalb n
daily at .1:30 p. tit., the palatab'e
dinner served on the Pennsylvania
Limited is scarcely over when the
train rolls into Fort Wayne, having
made the run of It miles to that
city without a stop. The train is
far into the'state of Ohio Itefore the
hour marks the customary retiring
time. Pittsburgh is reached at ti a.
m.. and passengers drsliicd for
points beyond the Iron City
who are not early risers,
awake to find that bee-hive
of industry has been passed while
they were sleeping. The everchang
ing romanic scenery of the Allegheny
Mountains forms a pleasing panorsma
on arising, and after the morning
meal the grandeur of the famous
Horse Shoe curve followed by pic
luresqiic views of the Blue Juniata
and rich pastoral scenes of eastern
Pennsylvania may lie enjoyed from
the flying observatory, llarrisburg
is reached in the early afternoon;
Philadelphia at 4 o'clock, ami New
York at C:3) p. m. The buffet par
lor car e.irrvin" the Limited' nas.
Isengers from llarrisburg reaches
Baltimore at 4:20 p. m., and Wash
ington at 5:4.1 p. m
During the 21 hours consumed in
making the run from Chicago to New
York, psssengcrs on this train have
at their command all the comforts of
hotel, club or home. Courteous at
tendant cheerfully lend every effort
to make the journey one of enjoy
ment. The luxurious case in which
the trip may be made on the Penn
sylvania Limited com;els a tbought
of what the future will bring forth.
It certainly will be a long time be
fore the elaborate manner in which
the requirements of travel are met
by this train will be eclipsed.
"The lnxury in which a trip over
the Pennsylvania lines may be made
is fitingly supplemented by every
desired convenience for shaping de
tails of a jonrney. In addition to
the Pennsylvania Limited, other well
equipped passenger trains run over
these lin--s from Chicago to Xew
York and intermediate points. Tbey
leave Chicago every day from the
Union Passenger station at 10:30 a.
m-, 3:1.1 p. m., 8:30 p. m., and 11:30
p. in. There arc also daily trains
running over the Pennsylvania lines
from Chicago to Columbus. Spring
field. Dayton. Cincinnati. Indianapo
lis. Louisville and principal cities
aud towns in Ohio and Indiana.
Through tickets over them to poin's
east and south of Chicago may be ob
tained at principal ticket offices of
railways leading from the west and
northwest to that city, or inquiries
addressed to any of the passenger
representatives stationed at promi
nent cities in the northwest and
west, or to II. K- Dering. assistant
general passenger agent. Xo. 218.
South Clark street. Chicago, will
bring a prompt reply. In fact, travel
over the Pennsylvania lines has
reached that point of perfection re
quiring intending passengers to only
send name and address, mentioning
the point they desire to visit, also
stating when they wish to start and
how many will compose the party.
Valuable information will be sent in
LIBBABT AMD SH-KllSe TAB 00 TBB P1L
will be able to start with ticket 3 and
all traveling arrangements satisfac
tory male, so perfect are the meth
ods of conducting transportation af
fairs on the Pennsylvania lines.
THE SOLACING WEED.
Civilize Mr. Take to Tobacco as a Level
Above the Lower Animals.
In the opinion of about four in every
Cv men the essential difference between
man and the inferior animals is that
man smokes .obacco. Occasionally a pre
cocious monkey has been taught to
drink beer and smoke a pint. Old Tom
in tb'j London zm, for instance but
this only emphasizes the exclusive hu
nianuess of smoking. Tim monkey is
nearest kiu to uiaii ami is iu full prog
ress toward the human state. As the
ultra temperance lecturers afiirni, "A
dog wouldn't smoke the vile weed."
No other auininl than superior man and
the anthropoid apo will sinokc. Perhaps
in the civilized white world one man in
five is the victim of some defect that
disqualifies him for smoking. The de
fect may be a tendency to a cancerous
growth, or it may be a wife or a mother-in-law.
The remaining four are in the
full enjoyment of all their facnlties
and the right to pursue happiness
through a cloud of tobacco smoke.
Lack of opportunity to smoke is with
out doubt the most afflictive evil under
which a majority of men suffer. A
largo proportion of men are employed
in offices, stores and shops where rules
ngninst smoking are rigidly enforced.
This is entirely proper. No superior
smoker ever si'iokes while working. To
do that is to ! Iiflso the luxury and to
take oft the keen eilgo of the pleasure.
It is intemperance and dissipation. The
most expert wino tasters never drink to
excess, but find that in moderation only
does tho palate retain its power to de
tect the delicate flavor. So with smok
ing. At night, after a few pipes or ci
gars have dulled the edge of appetite, it
is allowable to smoke half a dozen with
some violence to stimulate a jaded pal
ate, but at other times pleasure goes
with moderation. To smoke after a meal
is tho imperative demand of the whole
system. Not to be able to do this is to
incur endless disorders of tho nervous
system, tho stomach and the entire di
gestive apparatus and sometimes to in
vito progressive decay of tho mental
faculties. There is no lietter preparation
for a day's work for tho smoker than a
pipe or cigar after breakfast. New
BRASS SIGNS IN NEW YORK.
Probably Half a Million Dollars Invested
la Thhi Sort of Ornamentation,
A stroll along Broadway early in the
morning discloses an army of men en
gaged in polishing the brass signs that
flank the entrance of the stores, and the
same sight may be noted on Sixth ave
nue or any of the other principal basil-ess
streets. Walk down tm of these
thoroughfares an hour later, and the
rays cf the sun, reflected from thou
sands of burnished surfaces, made bright
for the day by vigorous rubbing, dance
about you ami dazzle your eyes. In fact,
commercial New York is a city of brass
The other day a South Fifth avenue
maker was asked if he could give an es
timate of the amount of money invested
iu these "standing ads." of metal.
"Well," he replied, "a door sign of
brass costs from $25 to $150, according
to its size, lettering and border designs.
Of course you can get small office signs
for less money, but I am speaking of
those used by merchants, bankers and
that class of people Take some largo
stores, and you wiil notice they are lit
erally bordered with brass signs at the
entrances and long signs beneath the big
show windows. A display of that sort
represents an outlay of from anywhere
between $ 00 and $2,000. From tho lo
cal business onr firm docs und from a
general knowledge of how our rivals are
getting on, I have no hesitancy in say
ing that commercial New York city has
.-,00,000 invested iu brass signs."
New York World.
Horsepower of tbe World' Engines.
A steam "horsepower" is equivalent
to the actual strciiKth of three horses of
the average weight and size,' and each
horse represents the strength of seven
men of the average Weight of 154
pounds. The total horsepower of tho en
gines of the world (not including loco
motives, of which there are 105, (100, with
a total horsepower of 8,000,000) is 40,-
000,000, which represents all the force
that could be exerted by 1,000,000,000
men, or more than twice the total work
ing population of the entire globe. Four
fifths of the power machines now in ac
tive service have lieen made during the
past 35 years. This country has the
highest amount of horsepower, 7,500,
000; England comes second, with 7.000,
000; Germany third, 4,500,000, only
two other countries, France and A us
tri a-II angary, having engines represent
ing over 1,000,000 horsepower, that of
France bring reckoned at 3,000,000 and
Austria-Hungary at 1.500,000. Tho
above figures are for IS'Jl and are the
very latest ou that subject. St. Louis
Tbe Inventor of the Torpedo.
Mr. Bi-ennan, the inventor of the tor
pedo, commenced lifo as a watchmaker
in Australia and at once developed a
genius for invention. From first to last
this torpedo, which has proved so prof
itable to him, ct him 18 years of hard
work. The torpedo was sold to the Erit
ish government for 150,000, and to in
sure the secret of tbe mechanism being
kept each portion of this fearful engine
of destruction ia made in a different
shop, the workmen are searched on en
tering and leaving the building, and
Mr. Bresnon and his partner are the
only persons who fix the torpedo togeth
er ready far working. Loudon Globe.
tlow ram tbe lorinj darts Ihtt r
From e'ea tbe auxt bewitthiba ere.
Vb art tbe Ueth are pari sni bilgbt
A sd ever kept srosy white,
'f job would tT tour tee-h frost tana,
Ia Scziloal ron'U tnd tbe cfcxmu -
WHAT THE CHINESE EAT.
Their Breadstuff Seen Sad, Solemn, Sud
den nad Hiltons.
A meuilter of the Kuglish parliament,
Florence O'DriscolL has a lively paper
in The Cwitury describing life and street
scenes in Canton. Mr. O'Driscoll says:
- Tbe fowl purveyors made a most
striking display; the fruiterers exposed
on flat trays bananas, pineapples, mel
ons, figs, pears (the latter beautiful to
the sight, but bard and tasteless), to- i
gether with many Chinese fruits, whose
shapes and tastes were familiar to me,
bat whose names I knew not. Some of
these fruits were most artistically peel
ed, pineapple peeling Iteiiig quite au art
A great variety , 4 vegetables was offer
ed for sale. Among them were the white
shoots of the bAiutkjo, which seemed to
be a favorite article of diet. Hut to what
use indeed may not this wonderful grass
bo put? From it Chinamen make almost
everything conceivable hats, cloaks,
sheets, carpets roofs, buildings, baskets
chairs, carrying poles, fishing tools; tbe
list might be prolonged ad infinitum.
And then they eat it as welL
Preserving ginger in many forms was
a noticeable trade. The roots wore
washed and left in water, as an English
cook treats potatoes before boiling them.
A number of men and women holding
a two pronged fork in each hand sat
around a table with the rubs of peeled
ginger beside them. They picked ginger
mots out of the water, and laying them
on tho table pierced them all over very
rapidly with Inith forks until quite soft.
Tho pierced roots were then put into
another tub, where they were boiled iu
sirup. The ginger went through various
other minor processes until evontually
it was packed in the earthenware jars
in which it is sold in Enrojiean shops.
The whole process was certainly a clean
ouo, and the smell of the aromatic root
in preparation was both grateful and
In the bakers' shops I saw nothing
corresponding to onr European loaf.
Solid looking little yellow patties, slabs
of flabby brown cakes, emblematic of
concentrated dyspepsia; scones or an
equivalent, apparently of fried batter,
and great flakes of milk white, slippery
looking pasto not above an eighth of an
inch thick to be rolled up and deftly
sliced with a cleaver shaped tool into
long strings like macaroni. Tbse foods
were to be seen everywhere in the city,
but nothing light and open. To my eyes
tho breadstnffs seemed sad, solemn, sod
den and bilious.
THE WORK OF HER ENEMY.
And It Was Such an Awfully Mean
Thins; to 1K Too.
"It was Miss Migpi; I kno ;t was!'
she exclaimed angrily. "She is the only
girl in the city who is mean enough to
do such a thing."
"Such a thing as what?" asked her
"As that!" sho cried, holding np a
letter and glaring at it "It is an insult
a disgraceful insult but I know that
ho con id not be intentionally guilty of
such an affront. She must have pnt him
up to it. "
"Who is ho?" asked the dearest friend,
anxiously working to get at the story.
"Why, Roger AXcGnrhan, of course,"
she returned in the same quick, excited
manner. " Who else should it be.. Hasn't
he lieen calling here for the last three
months? fl:isn"t lie lioea almost on tbe
point of proposing twice? Didn't I have
everything arranged to catch him next
time? And now conies this!"
"What is it, dear? What is it?"
"Read!" replie-d tho haughty young
beauty as sho tossed tho letter to her
friend. It was as follows:
"Mr. Roger Mct inrha'i presents his
compliments to Miss Daisybello and
would consider it an houcr to have her
company ut the polls ou registration day.
Uo will take pleasure in calliug. for her
at such time as will suit her conven
ience." "I'm sure that's very courteous of
him, "said tho dearest friend. "Why
"Courteous! Courteous I" cried tho
beautiful girl. "And I only 18 years old,
as I once told him I Oh, some enemy
has done this!" Chicago Post.
The Annies papyrus doubtless repre
sents the most advanced attainments of
the Egyptians in arithmetic and geom
etry. It is remarkable that they should
have reached so great proficiency in
mathematics at so remote a period of
antiquity, liut strange indeed is the
fact that during tho next 2,000 years
they should have niado no progress
whatsoever in it
All the knowledge of geometry which
they possessed when Greek scholars vis
ited them, six centuries' B. C, was
doubtless known to them 3,000 years
earlier, when thoy built those stupen
dous and gigantic structures, the pyra
mids. " Au explanation for this stagna
tion of learning has been Bought in the
fact that their early discoveries in math
ematics and medicino bad tbe misfor
tune of being entered upon their sacred
books, and that in after ages it was
considered heretical to augment or mod
ify anything therein. Thus tho books
themselves closed the gates to progress.
"History of Mathematics," Cajori.
Pat's Way of Puttins; It.
Caller Your master's not at bome,
Pat No, sir! He do be in the ould
country these free wakes, sor.
Caller Excuse me, Pat, but how is
it that when your mistress is on this
side of the water your master's on the
other, and vice versa? Is there any trou
ble between them?
Pat None at all, sir. Only they have
agrade bechune 'em that they can live
togither better whin they're apart
An English -French and French-English
dictionary is sold in England which
in size is only 1 1-16 inches by 1J
inches. It has 650 pages, 50,000 words
with meaning in two languages and
contains in all ovtr 400.000 ward.
Catarrh' is" Caused1 7
by Impure Blood
Hood's Sarsaparilla Makes
Mr. J. K. Cammkan '
Fattan, IU. '
"& I. Hood St Co., Ix)wc!l, Mus.:
Gentlemen : I am very happy to writa to
you that I have, been taking Hood's Bar
SBpnrlllB tor catarrh with great success. I
hare been troubled a I Hi this complaint for
orer ten years, with dull ncadacha nearly
all tbe time. After taking three bottles of
Hood's Sareanariila. I am cured of catarrh
andrlraruf l!ie litutdauuo. I u also troub
led, with a siaip disease, winch was very
annoying, four or Ova years. Since taking
Hood's Sarsaparilla I do not bar any trace
of this trouble. I sleep w ell, have a good
appetiie and feel strong, qniteltrontrastto
my ieehug belor I iM-yau u take this good
niediclut." J. AL 1'ak.ah.vx. ration, 1IL
Hood' Pills are prompt aud efflcleut, yet
tnsy ia action. Hold by all druggist 20a,
Huesing & Ho eft
Representing anion;; other time-tried
and well known Fire Insurance Com
panies the following:
RochfftUPT OiTTB-n f.
WetrhrMer Fire "
8irinfr .n!fMi "
r-helrr, N V
Iti:ffle, j V
Mum he-ter N II
Siil ' ailfcrc Wis
.. .New Haver, Conn
OJBce Corner Eighteenth street
and Second Avenue, i-ccon floor.
Telephone No. 1017.
KOCK ISIAM), ILL.
THE OLD RELIABLE."
HATES A CLEAVFLASB
ticpre-euting ot 40 Million Dollars
Of ClWlh BD9CIS
SIto Life. Tornado.
IK SDH AN CE.
Uonds of Sni-wcwsnlp-
UFKIOB Bengstoa's block itoca Island, IJU.
tfVBocare uar rales' (bay will tnti-re yon,
J M BUFORD.
ieneral . . .
Tbe old Fire and Time-tried ODopaalas
Losses Prompt!? Paid.
"tas as low as any reliable company ess aBw
YoB" PsrronaK ao'lcted.
TOiras dath noons
Baths of all kinds, including
Turkish, plain, shampoo, elec
trie, electro-thermal, etc., may
be obtained at the Sanitarium
Bath Uoorrjs, on the first floor of
tbe Harper House.
For Ladies From 9 a. ra. to
12 m. on week dajs For Gen
tlemen From 2 p. m. to 10 p.m.
on week days On Sundays the
rooms will bo open from 7 a. m.
to 11 a. m. for Gentlemen only.
Electric and Electro-thermal
baths may be obtained at any
time during business hours.
Gymnasium connected with bath
Jo tin Voile 5c Co,
Sash, Doors and Blinds,
And all kinds ol
Woodwork for Builders
MdiiC Fleering. Wsinrcoatinff
And Ferm Ct
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
QtUCAUO. BOCK island PAClriO
Railway Depnt earner Fifth srrsae and
TMftydrst . roet. Prank B. f inmate. Aaant..
Dmom Limfwd 4tMn-na..
It. Worth, Uenrer K.. C.
Uniaka Dot Moines
tvMMha BUnas city
Dosha Dt Moines Kx. ..
tOmabsdt Oes Btolno Kz..
beawr, Uomla at Omaha...
S. taut at Mivneapo) s
8, Paal M!iu.po!M....
Denver, Ft WortaA E, C.
tHsnras eltr A St. io pk
JRock Wand A Wssbincloa.
tOktcsnv S) fVl Holi es
-4 mo pst
1 1: HI tat
am t 6:i3am
b til :10 pm
am t atfttnm
pant 1 :3l am
Amral.s t Dcrsi"re. tfny.excrpt Sunday.
All Ollters dally. Telepbrnw) KM3-
V. H . Pi. mm em. art.
BrnUNGTOIt ROCTX f. B. Q. ft MO
WS e Depot First avaaee and sixteenth
met, M. J. Vouua, stcoc'-.
. Lvais Kxprrss...
m. Lonls BrDresa
T l ass
su-rlieg. CBl'iqae a 31. fan', t M pea
Beanlrvwa paMcucr ' ill pa
veiling- Ouliaqoe n -t.PaM , t8o
Watty. tOahy txeipt SbihIit
pHlCAOO. atlLWACKEE ST. PACL
Pallwae Ractr A Secthwes'aTn Drris'oa
-Dep4 Twentieth street, between First and
Seeond aveanea, B. D. W. Bormea, Agent.
Mail and Fx,-rese...
St. Paal Express...
OVK ISLAVD 1'ROniA KA1I.WAT
IW-nnS VMS AmtH an J Tvrnil.l h itmrf.
F. A. Moekwe!!, AgcaL
r-ml Mail Kaprua
PsrlaWa Fi. l-lit
tahle (Tla Shermtd) Ac
tntois Aevuauaonau n......
Di &linotos, Cedar - Rapids
lJ orthera failway. drnot fot of Rrady
strrt't, lHreBiort. Ju atonnn, Uen. Tat
DaTcniHirt Tratan. Lb Akrjtb
PaveoDL-er. ...... ........... M :IU pm blU:3S am
Freight M:S9 .m bimSam
We-I L'lHTt' Tmi"- Wrth. tH"B h.
PsawnKer I7:1U ,n t:0:)pss
"No. ... 1)7:6 sea
ekiht. M-SQ pw bll:4a.-a
" slS:5pm bSKWam
a Daily. Bitaiiy except "anaaT. tuoing north.
tOohnr SonUi snd east. No. 18 runs between
Uadar Rapids and West Libeity.
Effective Dec. 21. We offer to the
public liest passenger service to
above points as follows:
LrBockIxland......K:06am 1:45 pas
Ar Peoria.. ....
Ar PpriBRfl: 11..
A- St. Louis
11:80 am 5:03pm
12:C5pm 5 :lopm
S:10 p m S:45 p m
7;I0 p m
Passengers have ample time to pro
cure Dinner or Lunch at l'eoria
Lt Ft. Urals 7:45 a m
Lr Springfield 11 do a m
Lt Jacksonville 7:40 am
Ar Hock Island 7A0pm
Gen. Ticket Agent.
Depot foot of Twentieth St.
Rock Island, 111.
Who does not want
her washing done in
the shortest time and
neatest way is hard
to find. Those who
Get the best results,
because it is made
from such materials
that it cannot injure
the most delicate fab
ric and will save time
Follow them and you
will find you have
struck a good thing.
Softens the skin, heals
chapped hands and
removes grease, paint
Warnock Cl Halstcn