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WHS iUUHJO. TUESDAY, FEBBUABY 11, 1C33.
f for Infants and Children.
OTHERG. Do You Know
Setemaa 's Drop, Godfreys Cordial, many to-called Soothing Syrupa, aad
Boat tamediee (or children ara ciiiimuil of opium or aoorphhm f .-
Tj T"W KtlrrW "v mnntrUa dmreW. r- t p,-n i. -.n Miut'fce
rttboot labeling them poisons f
Pa Tow Kiew that 70a shoald ant psrmft any msdloms to be grnm yonr cbU
wnles 70a or your physician know of wan It to eompoaed t
Pa Tow Know that Caatoria h a pmwuT eaaataUe preparation, and that a Bat w.
Ba mgredieots r published with every bottle f
Pa Tew Kaow that Castor! le the ueauhXloa of the famous Dr. Barnnel TUrSmr.
That It haa been In un for nearty thirty year, and that more Caatoria la now aold thaa
at all ether remerilre for children combined t
Pa Tew Knaw that tha Patent Offlca Department of the ratted States, and of
ether countries, bare baaed exclusive right to Dr. Pitcher and hi assign to use tha word
" Caatoria " and its formula, and that to Imitate them is a state prison offense f
Pa Tow Know that one of tha reasons for granting this government protection wa
because Caatoria had been proven to be aVaalntoly fcai wlaaat
Pa Tow Krar that 35 aTarage doaea of Caatoria ara furnished for 35
annate, or ono cent dose f
Pa Taw Knox W that whan pnassssea'of this perfect nreparatloa yow cMMren may
be kept well, and (hat o may hare unbroken rest f t
Wall, inane tthgi ara worth knowtig. They an facta,
Children Cry for Pitcher's Csstorla.
CHICAGO MEDICAL INSTITUTE.
Drs.WaM & Walsh, Specialists
Permanent! located In Davenport, Iowa.
DR. T. M. WALSH.
Pnm,l ninli-l Prnrminr In tnnrOhli4 I DR. J. E. WALSH,
iMUng medical college. ?5!h,(S ..,.rarlT nurgeon-m-Chlet
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Threatened Insanity, Loss of Will Power, Mental
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nervous exhaustion. Too eboald consult as be
fore It Is too lata. Delay la fatal.
SURGICAL operation! performed
a your noma wnen ueeirco.
rata surgery a specialty.
TOD CANT afford to delay if to
are suffering with Catarrh, Broachlttt, Asthma
Barly Consumption. Kheamstsm,Nenralna. Dt
pepsla, Scrofula. Syphilis, blood, liror , kidney dls-
rupture, pues or ayaroceia. unr long boa
pita! experience enable as to save a life when
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The prJ w hre rarchred for our ramarkabla ekin ta curing ease siren an a hopalea by all
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lS 8ametlaesiwwisaTellibl. nwnthly, rvtalatinc medielna. Only
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Dr. Peal's Pennyroyal Plllo
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For aale at Harpar Uouae Pharmaey. Rook Ialant. I1L
PRACTICAL . 1
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S lktMBU wtrwai.
3tAY STILL TALKS
Hollingsworth Girl Tells More
About Pearl Bryan.
FLYIKG TUT TO 1SDIAHAP0LI&
Allenwd ta Hare Bean Made by the Tletiaa wf
. Usa Cdsna tha Day Befara the Mardsr
Left tha Baosler Capital Deathly Hck-
Cald-Bloodwsl Harder of aa Agwd Iswtrwo.
lav of tha Deaf and Dumb, with Ka Clna
ta tha wstrator.
Isdiaxafolis, Fob. 11. According to
tha Holllngnworth woman, who told a
long story yesterday afternoon at the sta
tion house. Pearl Bryan returned to this j
city from Cincinnati on the Thursday
nlgbt of which Walling haa no definite
recollection; that Pearl Bryan stayed at a
South Illinois street hotel that night and
tha returned to Cincinnati Friday morn
ing; that tho poison was admlatorcd to
Pearl Bryan here. It la said that a woman
left this city on the Cincinnati, Hamilton
and Dayton train on that morning; that
the was taken deathly sick at Morrlstown,
where the last trace of her was obtained.
Woaldat Say Walling Was With Bar.
. Miea Holllngsworth said: "When Pearl
went through hero on Tuesday she told
me she was coming back, and according
Ij she arrived on Thursday night. She
stayed that night at a hotel in South
Illinois street." .
"What was tho name ot the hotel?" "I
am not prepared to atate."
"When did you see her next" "I got up
at 4 o'clock on Friday morning and went
to tho hotel. There I met Pearl, and at
10:S0 o'clock she took the train for Cin
cinnati and wont hock." It appears from
what Miss Holllngsworth and the train
men have said that Pearl Bryan was sick
when aha took the train, and tho police
believe that the drugs were administered
in thlscity. Miss Holllngsworth refused
to state whether Walling was with Pearl
Bryan on her return hero.
Makee Still Another SUtenseat,
Lulu May Hotllngwcrth made another
alleged confession lost night. She says
the death of Pearl Bryan was caused by
an abortion, and that it was performed in
a stairway In this city. Miss Holllngs
worth says that she performed the abor
tion at tbe request ot Miss Bryan. She
also claims to havo received a letter from
Jackson in which he explains how and
where the woman was decapitated. In
tho letter, according to her story, Jackson
said that Miss Bryan died In his room,
that he hired a horso and buggy and em
ployed a negro to assist him.
Kegra Cat OAT the Girl's Bead.
The negro, with the body of Miss Bryan,
drove to Fort Thomas, where Jackson
was in waiting. The negro cut off tbe
head of tbe young woman with a cleaver
and Jackson threw It into the river from
tho suspension bridge. The polico hero
believe Miss Holllngsworth is a notoriety
seeker, and discredit her story. So tor she
has been unable to verify her story, and
although the officers have worked con
stantly they have boon unable to find any
thing to substantiate it.
AT TBE CINCINNATI END.
Three Points of the Crime That Ara Tet la
the Land af Doabt.
ClNXlNSATl, Feb. 11. While the au
thorities here are investigating whether
Pearl Bryan was murdered in this city
and her body hauled across tho river to
Fort Thomas, tho grand jury at Newport,
Ky., is inquiring Into tho mystery and in
dictments aro expected for the murder In
Kentucky. Although the decapitated
body was found ono week ago last Satur
day the head has not yet been found. It
Is not known where Pearl was murdered,
how she was murdered, or whon she was
murdered. It has lieen believed that she
was murdered Friday night, Jan. 81, but
the theory is now held that sho was mur
dered on Thursday night.
And now comes the story of May Lulu
Holllngsworth. of Indianapolis, that she
was with Pearl In Indianapolis when the
latter bought drugs with suicidal Intent,
etc. As Miss Hollingsworth Is regarded
as an Intimate friend of Jackson the de
tectives have paid special attention to the
Indianapolis end of. the Jackson line, while
the search for the head and all possible
information waa kept up by the officers
here, at Covington, Newport and else
where. When tha bloody mat found In
the sewer was takon to the Jail it precipi
tated another controversy between the
prisoners. The cont nt Jackson and was
much too small for Walling.
Jackson identified the cunt as his, but
said ailing wore it when he murdered
Pearl. Walling ndmlta that the blood
stained razor belongs to him, but says
Jackson took It for his bloody work.
Among the effects found near the body is
a bloody shirt sleeve. If ailing wore
Jackson's coat his shirt sleeve would have
protruded so as to have been easily torn
off In the murderous strugle with the un
fortunate girL Three rings were found
In n sewer near where Jackson's coat was
recovered, but nn unknown roan got
away with them and the search for the
rings Is as vigorous as for the head.
The Bryan family at Grecncastle reports
that Pearl wore three rings when she left
home in January, and none were found on
the body. Culverts and sewers are being
examined, and work on the Dayton sand'
bar for the head continues. An examina'
tlon of the records at the dental college
ahows that Jackson and Walling were
present as usual on Thursday, Jan. 'JO, but
neither one of them was in attendance on
Friday, Jan. 31, and the evidence against
both of the suspects get stronger every
MTSTEBIOCS AI BRVTAL MVRDEB,
Aged Professor at a Dear aad Dans Inetl
lata Faaad Dead la Bis Stadia.
NEW Yons. Feb. 1L What appears to
have been a cold-bloodea murder v
committed yesterday in the Institution
for the Improved Instruction of Deaf
Votes. The victim was Professor Max F.
Glau, 68 years old, an Instructor in tha
stud of drawlna. Tbe body was found
In the studio of the professor on the fourth
HOOT of tne insiltunon. i nrm wrm
number of horrible gashes in the back of
the head, and near the body was found a
bloody iron shovel with which tho mur
derer .evidently struck down his victim.
Ka annarrnt motive for the crime was
discovered. When the professor' cloth
ing- was searched his gold watca ana
cti.i n wrwrw fnnnd Intact.
It was said by Superintendent Green, of
the institution, mat ne uui no a.now ,uc
nrafoasnr had an enemv In the tuliaing.
and for that matter la the world. Ha
who kept well to
himself, and after Us business had been !
transacted at the Institution he left and
had but few words with anybody. He
aid the professor had been with the in
stitution for a number ot years, and hit i
methods and work were everything that
was satisfactory. If the murder was not
committed -by a person who had free accuse
to the institution the attaches are pusaled
to know hjw any person could get In an
entrance to the place without being seen.
No one In the building was found who
had seen any strange person enter during
the afternoon. All of the windows of the
Institution were examined and none were
found .which would indicate that the mur
derer had gained an entrance in that man
ner. The entire absence ot motive is put-
cling the police, and so far as known they
have not a single due on which to begin
WEYLER ARRIVES IN HAVANA.
Whole City Tons Oat ta Welcaana tha
New York, Feb. 11. A rumor reached
this city early this morning .from Key
West to the effect that an important bat
tle ha 1 been fought in' Cuba between ths
Spaniards and the combined forces of Ma-
ceo and Gomes, and that the Spaniards
had been forced to retire from the field
with severe losses.
Havaxa, Feb. 11 The steamer Alfonso
XIII arrived here yesterday morning.
having on board General Valcriano Wcy
icr; the now captain-general of Cuba;
Nicolua, marquis of Teneriffe, and Gen
erals Enrique Barges, FerdericoOchando,
Miguel Melquiso, Matinues Ahumada,
Luis Castellol, Sanchex Bcrnal and Juan
Arolas, the latter being the hero of Jolo,
Philippine islands. Tho entire city was
brilliantly doco rated In honor of tho oc
casion, and tho bay was a spclndid sight,
afl the warships and merchant craft pres
ent being decorated with bunting.
The wharfs were crowded with peonla
at an early hour, and all the steamers and
tug boata procurable were loaded with
sightseers. Ths troops and volunteers
were turnsd out to a man, together with
the fire department and police, and for a
long timo past no such brilliant display
has been witnessed in Havana. Among
th- high military officers present were
Generals Suarox Valdez and Panda, Gen
erals Marin and Navarro, Admiral Yanas
and staff. Colonel Castanedo, Major
Moriano and many others.
General oyler haa taken hold and be
gun an Investigation that will nut him in
possession of the facts of tho situation.
Aothing important is expected to occur
until he has the situation well in hand.
He says bo will not bo cruel, but will uro
all the resources of war to end the re
FORECAST OF THE QUEEN'S SPEECH.
WUI Be Read la Parliament Today Brief
Beferenea to Veaexnela,
LOKDOX, Feb. 11. Tbe Press association
last evening sent out a forecast of the
queen's speech which Is to be read today
at the opening of parliament. It says
that the speech is longer than usual, but
that it does not announce any sensational
departure in policy. It opens with express
ing satisfaction that broat Uritain Is at
poaco with all the great powers, and In
referring to the Transvaal incident recites
the course of events rather than furnishes
an indication of tho outcome. There is a
guarded allusion to the Venezuela ques
tion and no specific announcement in re
gard to arbitration. But reference Is
made to tho prospect of a friendly under
W ith reference to the deplorablo events
in Armenia the hope is expressed that the
reforms will bo carried out. Among the
bills proposed will bo an employers lia
bility measure, one providing for volun
tary schools, another touching upon tho
Irish land law reform, one for the relief
of agricul tural distress, and ono for the
establishment of a board of agriculture in
Ireland. There is also an allusion to the
increase in the naval defenses.
Bouse aad Senate Boatlna,
WashikuTOX, Feb. 11. In the aenate
Morrill gave notice that he would call np
the tariff bill tomorrow. Cameron offered
a resolution that the good offices of the
United States government be used with
Spain to obtain Cuban independence.
Thurston stated in reply to reports that
he was the author of a bill giving pensions
to ex-slaves that he had simply Intro
duced it by request. Smith of New Jersey
spoke on tho Monroe doctrine. Indorsing
theOlney view but opposing any more
congressional action until the V enczuclan
commission reports. In view of the nnan
cial needs of the country. The free-seed
resolution came up and Vest made an
other attack on Secretary Morton for not.
as he enld, obeying the law. Bate and
Gray defended the secretary. An execu
tive session was held, after which the sen'
ate adjourned as a mark of respect to the
late Representative Crain, of Tfcxas.
Tho death early yesterday morning of
Representative W. H. Crain, of Texas,
was announced to tho house, which, after
taking the usual action, adjourned as a
further mark of respect.
Morton's Aaswer ta Vest,
Washington, Feb. 1L Being asked ai
to the charge made in the senate by Vest
that the secretary of agriculture had dls
tributed loO.OUO more packages of seeds in
Nebraska than that state was entitled to
last year, Secretary Morton said that the
secretary of agriculture had the right
under the law to distribute one-third of
all the seeds purchased. Accordingly he
had given a great portion of the one-third
to people who were In need in Nebraska,
Kansas, the Dakota and Oklahoma
where the crops had failed, eta The
same thing was done some years ago
when a tidal wave swept over tbe sea
islands onthe Carolina coast, and no one
What the Bradford Observer Observes.
Los DOS. Feb. 11. The Bradford Observe:
says it learns that the marquis of Sails-
bury has requested the authorities ot Brit
ish Guiana to inquire into the number
and extent of the districts occupied by
British subjeeta. This, according to the
paper mentioned, points tb the fact that
the British government la willing to ar
titrate on condition that Great Britain
be allowed to retain the districts occupied
by British subjects, or that the latter be
compensated for their loss by Venezneia
ta the event of tha territory passing into
possession of the latter country.
Tha Chronicle Ceatlana Saagniaa,
. Losdon, Feb. II. The Chonlcie be
lieves that there is a good prospect of a
settlement of the Venezuela question by a
compromise acceptable to tbe three gov
arnment ooocaraed without loaa ot dig
AND WHAT THEY MEAN.
No Fire Without a
When we are v
abont to do a
morally, on r con
science warns ns
If too see a
nan abont to fall
into a hole, or
walk deliberately off n precipice, von
either shout at him or try to pall
When anything is coins wrong; in
the body we are always warned.
II it is our lunjrs, it is by pain and
If it Is oar brain. It is by dullness
If it is our heart, it is by faint
spells or palpitation.
ii it is our nerves, it is dj neural-
ram, couch, headache, palpitation
and neuralgia are not diseases. They
are simply symptoms or signs that
something is wrong.
To stop these danger signals we
must right the wrong that is caus
ing them. We cannot do so by
smothering them under plasters or
deadening them with opiates.
Kidney disease has but few symp
toms, bat those symptoms are of the
utmost importance ana must not ne
A little headache, a little dizzlnest
darkness and paffiness under the
eyes, irregular action ot the bowels.
baa taste in tne mourn, dryness oi
the skin, eruption and pimplea on
the skin, pale or sallow complexion,
fcpecks before the eyes, coldness of
the feet and legs, dimness ot vision,
all point to either disease of inactiv
ity of the kidneys.
Nature is signaling to you. 'J. here
is danger ahead.
Under the use of Dr. Ilobb's Spare-
gus Kidney Pills every symptom of
diseased kidneys disappears and the
inflamed or overworked organs once
more regain their health and
Asparagus is nature's own remedy
for the kidneys and it is a wonder
Fifty cents per box from all drug
gists, or inolose 50 cents in stamps
or silver direct to tho Hobb's Modi-
cine company, Chicago or San Fran-
IRUonhs Cilco ..
i inierestinir ana
aTpSliltniS instructive book on
Vf Kidney, Health and
Kew York Financial.
Nsw Yokk. rah. 10. '
Honey on call nominally 4i p-r cent.;
prime mercantile paper i'ilVA per cent;
turling exchange heavy and lower, with actual
business in banter bill :t 7S l for oe
mand and 4-6',c0.l4 for sixty day; posted
ratos, 47f94S.' i and tfif;$J3J;s: comiuuroial
Silver certificates, 67I4$6r4": no sales; bar
silver. 8."J; Mexican dollars. J'i.
Ghnrvrnmcnt S's higher; othnrs steady;
new- 4a reirUternd, 11': do outran, 1IS
&' registered. II-'' i; a coupon, ll-'!-li: 4 a
registered, 1UH; 4 s coupon. 10 J; Zs regis
tered. 85: 1'acifie Ss of 'iff, 1UU.
Chicago Grain and Prodnco.
Chicago. Fob. 10.
Ths following were the quotations on the
Board of Trade today: Wheat February,
opened 64'a-x closed ai'iic; Mar, opened fW5,
closed OSHc; July, opened Mr. closed evc.
Corn February, nominal, closed 2Sc; May,
opened dosed SUc: Jnly, opened
81 ',o. closed SlSc Oate February, opened
llsn. dosed lc; May. opened Xl!4c, closed
21 !,,; July, opened I'lJ-jo. closed Mija. Fork
February, openol siuiu:. eioeea siu.iu; suy.
opened lo..". closed tlu. ii- Lard February,
opened i 47!, closed to.47;,; May, opened
15 Si.- closed toi
Produce: Butter Kxtra creamery, 184s
rw-r IK extra dairr. 18r: packmc stock. Tcate
kRgs Fresh stock. 12!VfUo Per dosen. Pressed
nunltrv forms chH&ens. VIUo per lb.;
old heas.S'Y'aejia: rooster, &sdj; turkeys. Ilia
Uc; ducks. 10al3e; geese. o. Potatoes
Burbanks. W9H0 per bo. Sweet potatoes
Illinois, fct tyaAQ) tier bbL Apples Fair to
choice. tlM9d.7 per bbL Honey White
clover, l ib-sections, faaey, 12V'11 per lb.;
broken comb, lu&llc; extracted, Kceo. uraa
berries. Cape Cod, 7.590J per bU.
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicaoo, Fob. 10.
tit atock Prices at tb Union Stork
Yards today raaired as follows: Hogs EaM-
nated reoripU for the day. Sl.Ult; sale
ranirod at tt.2ircl.lS p g. tl.00r41M light,
K!V& s1.00 rough packing. S4.ttrjt4.374 mixed,
and MKjH274 heavy packing and shipping
Cattle Estimated receipts for the day,
B.UOO; quotations ranged at tl.3a-ft4.SJ choice
to extra shipping "terra. Ubftlt good to
choice do. Ki.eJca4.ao fair to good. S3.AS1
common to medium do., tA0Wi butcher
stven. toOsU IJ atockera. St.Urcs.70 feeders.
tl.SUiU M cows. ie.4J.aj . heifers, titXASiiJ
CLACKING APPLIED AND
POLISHED WITH A BRUSH
Sold by Henry Dart's Sons, Wholesale Grocers, Bock Island
JSUM PASTS .
0R A QUICK OTEiVDrMirXSUe -
AtVUEO ANO POLfSHO) rfTTH AeiOTnT
A Woman's Happiness.
Twenty years a hopeless Invalid.
, Become In a month, well
i and strong.
The awmber of ladles who are whotTv or In
part, invalids, is marvelous. Complaints
peculiar to tbe sex undermine the health
qafc-kly. They are too seldom cured. Yet a
rare ie not difficult with the proper remedies.
This lady tells the secret. "I nave been anilet-
me, bnt none were
able to sriTe relief.
A box each of Wild
Olive and Myrtle
Tonic have cared
me. Foar weeks
ago I could not do
my own work
now I have no
ersville, O. This
lady is prominent
in tier count v. All
know her and re
joice in her recov
ery. Tbe remedies
that eared her aRtotanydifferentfrotn others
on the market. Wild Olive la a local application-harmless,
yet quick and certain to relic-re
all inflammations, displacementa, dis
charges and irreirularittea. MTrtte Tonic
builds as the system makes the core perma
nent. A reliable acientinccommon-ornae and
economical plan of home treatment. Reme
dies SI- each. Mild cases need Wild Olive
only. Snmpk-s nnd an instructive treatise
free. VICTOR MEDICAL ASSOCIATION,
South Bend, Ind.
Mrs. M. J. Sarobxt, Agent,
US Thirty -seventh St., Twelfth ave. Rock Island
a1e oCaaaa Twamwlsai
taw-TteoLk rW IMSI. mltMtl. 111: wild, to
ff&UWa mmmMm wwwi
Bausi-Falr ss cknics. MoOUe; freak
avx Fresh, lS4c
Poertry CMckeas. tc
OxUls Basckere pay for earn fed
SKcaVte: caw aad ksifers. IfeatsSHc;
Bess ISe. '
priag kuab, !C 1
Children Cry for
We are showing our
Usual line of fine
Fred Wolkan, Jeweler.
Sellable Goods at
1807 SECOND AVER UK.
LATEST NOVELTIES IN
Did Ml FAIL B
OAST SBU AT
E. F DORtf,
The New Merchant Tailor.
1823 SECOND AYE
Harper Hoasa Block
Traty-Flrst jtrest Ola
Fine Residence Lots In this
addition For Sale on
This addition la located be
tween Twentieth, and Twsn-tj-seeond
streets and Tenth
and Twelfth area nee, ud -nearly
everr lot In it haa
tjpon It n fine walnut, elm,
haekberrjr, or other large
tree, and it alreadj provid.
ed with abundant ahade.
These lota are In the very
best pert of the city, and
the most desirable for resi
dtaet) purpose of nay lota la
ttedty. Apply to
IL U. STtJSGSON,
Cwca a a ifsit cioc
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
CHICAGO, BOOK ULAsTD PaOIFIO
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A Oe tfO'
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St. rani A MteaeapoKa
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Bock Island ABrooklya Ac'.".
ris aw ai
1 1 D1
111 :l& pat
t 4:85 am
Arrival. eiasnaitaM. tikio
Alletaersnsllr. Meonana 101.
ounaay tvrn rgs a Pullman s'eeper win ho at
the depot trier 10:30. which will loin for r-hir.
go t M a. m. Moouay.
BUWJSCiToH KOTJTB C B. A O. n&IL
sth.lUMl etna mmu a di .w
street, af. J. Tonne, agent.
bU L., tiprincCcld. Peoria, I
Bur. quia via Mnnmoaih THWam TrSSnai
Chraro. atarllng, Clinton t I
Dnbuqoe f T.aam t S.-fipta
reurta, ursnisiown, sur-'
nnston a west .... . ...
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R, a. 11. C-lln,n A ll.kn... i
SL L .Kansas 1tv. Tlenvarl
A Pac Uoast vis Oalosh'rgl t M pes; M am
S.Mi .m T:t0 aa
t t:3pm t 8:Upm
Dalljr. tDsily except onnday.
PHICAQO, MILWAtrBBB A BT. PAUL
v-' Hallway Rack A Bontkweetera Division
Depot Twentieth street, batweaa First ana
Second s venae, u H. tireer. Agent.
IUU and Express..
St. Peal Kxpress
Freight and Acpommodafn,
Lnava. I aaaiva
ItSO am t:tt)pm
4MI pm II: K) am
Dally except Snnday.
Dock Islastd a Pbobia Railwat
. Depot First Avenae and Twantteth street.
E. L. Ooff, agenu
Eastern Ex. -The Trilby". .
Peoriaa St Louis Mall Xz..
Peoria Accom. Frelirht
Cable Accommodation .. . .
S: 06 am
ml j ic.w v., s. at r. istoiine
v,pu. ... hiiuhiw, wiicr mh lime
fffMn. Tnl.a M.,t a 4.lt -II k- i
dally except Sunday.
DCBUHOTO, Cbdab Bapidi A
k KmiIwm U.ll.. S in, m mmJk
ftnet, Davenport, Jas. Btortoa, Ma. Tk't A
Wet Llnerty Tra.nT
ht :40 pm
a Daily, auaiiy except aanaay. tuotnx north.
tOotns! Beath ana east. No. IS runs bet
Oedar Bap Ms and Wast uheity.
To the East via the
R. I. & P.
Lt Kork Island
C K I A P Uepot
Lv Rock Island.....
Twentieth st Depat
At loels . ...... ... .
Ar Indisnaimus .......
Ar St Lout.
ar Deratur...... ......
Ar Terrs Haute
4 at sml SWam
S 16 pm
II SB 1
1 40 p
7 SO aia
7 an am
S Jft pm
BOCB ISLABD TO BT. LODIS.
Train learine Book Island at 8:00
a. m. carries through coach to St.
Louis, passinff- through Ickin, Hav
ana. Springfield and Litchflcld.
Lines east of Peoria carry through
coaches and sleeping cars on night
trains to principle cities.
Gen. Ticket Agent.
John Voile 5c Co,
Sash, Doors and Blinds,
And aU kinds ot
Woodwork for Builders
Eoim Hawaiag aad gaaitery FlaaiblBg -
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