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TOD AgOTtV MONDAY, APBH, 20. 189&
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Castorla Is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infimts
od Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Varcotie snhstance. It Is n harmless substitute'
for rarefforle, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor OIL
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years use by
Millions of Mothers, Castor la destroys Worms and allays
fererishness. Castorla prevents Tomitlng Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic Castorla relieves
. teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castorla assimilates the food, regulates the ffnarh
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
torla is the Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend.
aetata Is aa exeeUeat medfefne tar chS-
MollMta aa icpoatedlr loU dm o( tta
food sffeet apaa IMf caiMrea.'
Da. O. C Oaneoa,
Oastah tho hast ie.aoJj ftcaildraa of
which I aia aeqoaiaud. Ihopelbeuay leaot
artrrraaf UaeircUldfeihl see CUuri In
stead er fheTsrtowanaack aostmmawhkh ara
dsntiuj lux thee- loved oora, by foreJatroTsan,
mnraeiae. eoocbirj rrran and Mhrr hnrtnil
aa am tanr tnroora, thereby a allai.
I la pranalia a trues.
Da. J. r. Kracaavoe,
Tkm Cetaaa Caen pa ay, TT X
" Oartnria b) aa wen adapted to eLII'lraa Om
" -"-- 'tit iriiM i liatia
B. A. Aarna,aL Bu
111 So. Oxford SL, Brooklyn, X. T.
" Our phrsreians ia tba eliiklrenx depart
Mot hare spokea hick)? of tlteir erperi
aw la their oataida practice with CaaUiria,
ad altbooch wa only hare anon our
wdteal aapptea what ia kaowa aa repilcr
prnriueta, yet we are free as confess that the
assrttset Castorla has wta OS to look with
favor upon It."
Vans noartrAfc ana DtsrorusY,
Aussa Sana, iYra,
y troot, How York City.
Health Is the Sunshine of Home. Have you got
it? If not. consult
Drs. Walsh & Walsh, Specialists
Of ths Chicago Medical Institute Parte sa'ently located in Dareaport, lows
DB. T. M. WALSH.
Wnrmt. nil.(,.i - I DB. J. E. VTAI.Kr?
Iwadlax swdieal eoliefea. j aa," Sonjwa.-hvC.Mrf
NERS.mL1Ty-EM8tiTe drmln- -Jeeple8s, threatened In-
IITurX0"7' """" ela'ioM. 7 U, condition 4u. S nerrou.
CATAKK1I DvsDCnsia. Asthma. RK.nm.tl.. cfi. r. ' , ... .
VARICWKLK Is the most active cause of nervons debility. Whr treat
mouth, w .h nlhi-r.wbea wo rmnrMr. . . . i J' . ' .
mctlKHir lljdnKTl.cand In UirM daC - " P"maa
HI OMKN SlllTurintr frnm Hiuaoa. n.n)i.. 4. . i. , .
k.... j J" ... . i-"-" weir box aaoaia consult as.
OUt UlKOKNTIALS anUTeatimonialaars tba UcSt-The numerous so-
o ONLY riTirilu P. I'iQi'v Tiiri-x-
UMu!7StUa'1"iU'- """ Boats to MS to , T to I. 8udr-
OFflCK l?t V. Third St.. McCnllongh. Bni!linp. DsTenport. lows.
bsatimo asd vssTUATijro naimu.
irVou Want a
Warm all over,
Warm all the time,
Not too hot In mild weather,
Use the Capitol Hot Water
Or Heda Steam Heater.
Thirty Capitol Heaters In use
In Rock Island.
Offices in BOCK ISLAND and MO LINK
1MB 11 1 1 la a t.!iabi. atwatM, ntrmiatlaf awlleiae. "-r aliaiaaal
tbiwwMir..I,ahwida,uai. Ifjoa Waal the Baal, est
Dr. Peal's Pennyroyal Pills
otsal at Harper Bouas Pharnaej. Bock Island, 111.
Carpenter and Builder,
OPlCl, HO: Mil SIXTH A VENUS,
Hop on -trett. toes tgr sTm
TELIaER 1 BOLTER
If the Republicans Decide on a
. Cold Standard Platform.
MICHIGAN MAN POUND MURDERED.
Ia Wife aa Her Rrwtanr' Saafwete
Coanaattttais; the Crime.
Holland, April SO. What was erident
1 ' brutal murder came to light bare
yesterday afternoon. A fisherman dls-
r IWI ah Iwwtv nf m.n - AmU. i
MaMaTkSaM oUlixi XUA XaUtA BiiaVliA ' Black riTer. . The feet were oecaaal
oouna ana aaoK naa neen palied ere
r Kwal7 Paaala
Walaawta tw S. t iraaj TTia B.
Stataa Hts raalttoa oa taa 1
lame aad Seeaaa to bellao to Frae
k Waal Bo Said Hah.
tarrUawl MpHUaal Katoa.;
Chicago, April 8a Among the arrlTals
at the Auditorium Annex yesterday was
W. H. Griffith, late chairman of the Re
publican state central committee of Colo
rado. He Is now the manager of two dally
papers published at LeadrUle, Colo., and
Is en route home from a trip to Washing
ton. The following interview was had
with him regarding thepolitioal situation
"How do you think Colorado will rote
"For silrec No candidate for president
on a gold platform can obrt the state.
The party that declares for free eolnaee.
be it the Republican, Democrat or Silver
party, will carry the state by a large ma-
Teller Not To Be a Defecate.
"Do you think Senators Teller and
Wo icon will be delegates to the Repub
lican national convention
- so lar as senator Teller Is con
cerned, I can state positively that he will
not bo a delegate. This, however, is of
his own choice, because if he wished to be
ho would have the united and unanimous
support of the party. I make this state
ment about him not being a delegate
from a personal Intcrvlow with Senator
-loner, as 10 senator woicott, I con
tatc nothing from ucrsonal hnowladim.
but I am informed on reliable authority
that he desirea to be a delegate, providing
nis amies on tno raciuc railroad commit
tee will permit of jiis absence from
Washington for that Icnirth ot time."
"Do vou think Senntor Teller will sun
port tho nominee ot the Republican party
tor prcaiuenir '
Mot If He Is a Gold Man.
"Absolutely no, if that candidate Is
running upon a gold standard platform.
'W 111 not a successor to senator Teller
bo chosen by the legislature elected this
"As the candidate of what oartr will he
Bees, rc-cioction ti no uoos not support the
itcpuDiican ticket r"
"If ho desires reelection he will be the
candidate of tho pooplo of the state, and
there wiil be no question of his election.
i no pcopio ot Colorado respect and honor
him both for his nobleness of character
and steadfastness to the Interests of tho
staU and there Is no honor within their
power they would not gladly bestow upon
MORRISON TALKS OF FINANCES.
Remarks That Indicate Where the Illinois
w AsnrcoTON. April SO. Senator Till
man, of South Carolina, a few days ago
said ho did not know enough about Will
lam R. Morrison's position on free silver
to say whether ho would be an acceptable
candidate to silver mon for the presidency.
Perhaps tho following, whloh the Illinois
statesman said to an Interviewer, will
help tho outh Carolina man to a de
cision: "I do not boliove, and doubt if
anyoouy does, that a depreciated currency
is m booh mm? lor taojr or any other in-
interest. - - Mr. Carlisle calls at
tention to tho low wages paid in Moztco
and tho silver countries of tho east as evi
dence of how silver reduces wages.
"But wages In Mozlco wore below ours
wuen tneir silver ueiinr was worth as
much anywhere in tho world as our gold
dollar. This makes the common man be
lle vo that the lower rato of wages In Mex
ico or elsewhere comes of other causes
than the low value of their silver dollar.
It would, I think, bo absurd to credit
their progress to free silver, yet ths fact
remains that two countries which have
achieved marked progress in tho last
twenty years have been Japan and Mex
ico, where silver ia still the principal coin.
Japan has Jnst won her place among great
nations and the progress of Mexico Is
nuruiy less remarkable.
Mr. Corllalo discusses tho evil nffneta
oi io to I stiver coinage rather than the
good wo may expect from tho administra
tion money plan. It la difficult to keon un
with the administration, it so often moves
on in the direction ot the demands of tho
thrifty in finance. I would bo willing to
' a iuo uciuocratio policy or piaHorm
tho declaration made In tho law repealing
tho Sherman act. This was voted for by
ranny ao-cauoa suver ana antl-sllver sena
tors and members and was ntmruved end
signed by tho president during this ad-
win iirai ton.
"Such a declaration of nurnose heat In.
dlcates the way to the nrosDcritv and nro
gross of our people. But any policy under
our government must respond to the
popular will, which should not bo ar
bitrarily overthrown. To Insure such a
policy counsel should rather bo taken ot
the people's representatives than a bunch
of financiers who may bo learned in their
crait, out wnoso counsel muy have the
Olas or self-interest." Portions the moat
IgniCcant thing Morrison said was thnt
he did not consider the gold standard a
sumcient oasis (or our money.
"BlaaS Ia aa Hwaee Old Fellow."
WArrisgtos, Mol. April 30. Ex-Gover
nor Tillman, of South Carolina, was inter
cepted by a reporter on his way to Pertle
springs. He was affable about anything
irom woman suffrage to revolutions with
one exception, and that was rotnir on
record concerning tho Dresidentiml aa f
men am forks Bland, "ilum. Hum,"
was all he would say." "Bland Is an
honest old fellow." Io a s peach made bv
Tillman at Pertle Springs he followed
the same lines as in his Wichita, Kans.,
speech, advocating the union of all ailver
men and a bolt If the national conven
tion failed to indorse free silver.
Gave tka Fallaiaa
Pittsburgh April aa The Democratic
primaries for election of delegates to the
state convention were held hero. The re
sult of the primaries is a big boom for ex
Governor Pattlson for president. The
entire delegation, thirty-one In number,
will go to the state convention instructed
BOSTOK, - April - Sft The Prohibition
state convention elected delegates to the
national convention and Instructed tc
support the nomination of Joshua Lever-
the head and arms and tied around the
the waist. A strap was buckled tightly
arounu tne neaa over tne moutn, and a
heavy iron weight had been placed in the
aack to sink the body. His skull was
fractured and other marks of; violence
were visible. He was identified as Enos
W. Iiawrence, 1 years old, who was last
seen two weeks ago and was reported to
have gone north. -.
The body was found within two blocks
ot- where Lswrenco formerly lived with
his wife. The river runs through a marsh
half a mile wide where, at any point, it
would have been an easy matter to dump
sue oouy without roar ot discovery. . Law
rence's wife at the time of tho disappear
ance said Enos bad gono north. . She
sold everything she possessed and left the
city, telling no one hor plans or destina
tion, airs. Lawrence ana her brother.
Hoy Uoats, have been 1 oca tod at Howard
City, and the sheriff has gone there to
place them under arrest.
WAR SITUATION IN CUBA.
As Claimed by CfBclal Advtoea Rebels
Ice a Bloedy Defeat.
Hataka, April 2m Lieutenant Colonel
Elota, with the battalion of Luzon, en
gaged the insurgents near Cienfuegoa in
Santa Clara province. The insurgent
band was a numerous one and hot fight
ing speedily ensued. The reports show
that the Spaniards took tho insurgonts'
position by a brilliant bayonot charge.
Tho enemy loft on tho field eighty-six
killed and earned oa more than 2)0
Tho amount of the Spanish loss is not
stated-1U detail, but it is reported that
Captain Laso. a doctor, ono lieutenant.
and eight gucrriUuros were wounded.
The next nuws from Pinar del Rio is
awaited with eager interest, both by the
cpanisn autnorittus and by tho synipa-
inizors witn tno insurgents.
Tho columns within or wesi of the mili
tary lino south from Mariol have boon
largely reinforced, and the milltarr au
thorities announce their intention to forco
Alacoo to Cght or to coma towards tho
lino. The line they consider impregnable,
ana tncy oouuve mat tney will thus en
Those Idunbora Harder S aspects.
Leavenworth, Kan., April 20. In tho
trial of Charles and Annlo Lamborn and
Thomas Davenport, charged with the
murder of J. T. Lamborn. Lafavctto
xaoer, oi jrau Jjcoi, gave damaging testi
mony against the dofondants. He swore
that ho had hoard Charley Lamborn and
Davenport threaten to "lay out" eld man
ijamoorn. lie also swore that apont three
years ago, while he (witness) was court.
ing Annie Lamborn, she told htm that if
she had poison she believed she would trr
it on her father as she wus "tired of being
a siave nnu learuu mat no won Id not die
naturally for several years." Five other
witnesses testified to similar facts.
SltaatioD at llatuwajro.
London. April 3ii. Tho news from Bui
uwayo is that the town Is still safe, though
nouriv expecting an attack or that thn
road oy which help must come will bo
blocked by the Alatabelo.
The Immense sensation which rosultod
irom the pistol duel between Count Von
hvotzo and Baron Von Schroder, resultina
in tne aoam ot lao tatter, seems to prom
iao an early abolition of tho duclio in Gor-
Despondent becanS3 of the accidont.il
destruction ot flOJ Justloo of th9 Peace
Uonry E. Bancroft, of Gloucester. N. J.
The supreme tribunal of tho Knlirht of
rymiai nas aecidod that the law exclud
ing gamblers and drunkards is not retro
active, and does not affect those who were
members previous to Its passaga In ltfiL
Ihe Window Glass Workers' associa
tion, which is the wealthiest labor organi
zation in tno worm, is talking of respond
ing to the shut-down ot glass factories by
establishing co-operative factories.
Tho Conway Cabinot company, of Mil-
nuB.cc, nas inauo an aisisnment to
Charles W. XorrU The company manu-
iaciurva uianois, cabinets, etc
it nas nnally been decided to hold tha
national encampment of the unlformad
rank of the Knights of Pythias at Cleve
land. O.. Aug. m to ai.
Tho PUlsburv "A" milL at Minnannnll.
has Just complotod a romarkablo slx-dav
run, having mado during that time 6L2b7
barrels, an average ot over 1VW barrels
per any tor tne six days.
Delegates to Chicago aeloeted h tfc
Democrats of the Twelfth Massar.hnant.ta
uisincs convention were instructed to
vove tor husscu lor president as long as
mem 13 m cnance xor nun.
At the school election Satnntav -t
vuanrawo, ma., women voted In large
Ira D. Sankey, the well-known mnivl
singer, is in Chicago for a tow days, on
ms way east from tho Pacific coast, where
he has spent several months.
Forty-five children, so fsr as rennrtml
were born in Chicago Feb. U last. Tboir
next birthday will be eight years hence.
forest fires arai raxrlntr in nhb,
Ella Davis Is locked un at Chlcaira bn.
cause she "Jined drives" with a thug and
went into the burirlar bnsineu 8h. K
just ransacked and robbed a flat of every-
aMUI Ut IrtlUC,
A witness at tha trial nf Rlin h.
Omaha defaulting citr innnn,
the accused used tho city's money for his
vwu cietiun expenses.
The temperature at Phll.-ulnlnht. sn
day was tti.
The story from Toledo, O., that a
'gigantic" bicvcle trait i. in
formation is atenied at Chicam, hr a.hn.1
manufacturers, who lough the" story to
Commander Bvoth-Tocka th. lii r
the Salvation Army in the United States,
baa turned over tha uoaiinaod of the divia
iaa of the north west to Brigadier William
w nuti e
Tba Weather That SawMtiaaaa Ceases,
WasmsoTos. Anrii an tk. un
theweather -Bd cm ou for lantr four anare
rrom a n, m. raawiu- aw .1
IllinoisFair weather.- southwesterly wiads;
warmer in northern portion For Lower Hica
ir Fair weather; cooler ia northern por
tioa : light aa 1 fresh wosterlv winds, far Up
per U eugan-Oeaerallr (air. cooler weather j
fresh and brisk westerly winds. For Watus
sin Fair weather; light to Iresh westrrly
winds; cooler ia nortawestet a uvrUon. For
Fair weather: cjoier in vota,
Uun; variable winds.
DOWN IN A SQUALL
Coas a Fishing Schooner with
Nina of Her Crew.
ALL OVEB DT ABOUT A MDJTTTE.
The Ttatfa slaata Sampswd OST Uka Taoth
pieka aad BeracU Swallowed by tha Black
Waters Sevra 6orvlvan Drift fur a Day
aaw Are Flaally Fieked Cp Eleven Mew
bvhum ta Mlaa AecMeats and Fire Adda
Three te the Boll.
Xfw York, April SO. A special to Tha
Press from New ItaAtnrA r... .....
Kino Gloucester fishermen wore lost off
iong Island on Friday night when tha
fishing Schooner J. W. Camnhnll of RInn.
coster, was sunk in a equal 1. The seven
survivcrs arrived boro last night to tell
the Story. Ther Ware hrnnoht intnnnvS
by the tug Gladiator from the schooner
mormon, wnich picked them np after they
hod spent tho entire nis-ht and da in an
open boat without food. The names ot
those lost are: Captain Robert Smith,
John McGulre, Frank Sylvia, Thomas
Rogers. Georiro Ela. William HTnAllutn.
Abel McCartney. Gaorge Graham and
uunes uoncrty ait ot (Gloucester. The
slnkins-of the Camnhnll
in several respects. The fatal squall was
ono oi tne most sudden and torrlflo in tho
memoir of the snrvlvlnir
all over In about a minuto. .It happoned
so quickly and there was so little warning
mat mere was no time to avert colamitv
or provide for escape.
Sank Like a Piece of Lead.
As it was it scorns remarkable that
there was a single survivor. Tho esoana
seemod but a trick of fata When tho
Squall stmck her thn rncaol ramanm!
under the terriblo hlnw and nil mallnvl
that their livos wcro In danger. Seven of
tne sixteen sailors, quickly clambered up
tho masts. Na sooner had they done so
than a second and far more powerful
gust oi wind struck the croft and
seemed to lift it bodily out of the sea.
Then, aa if in . ml.ltfv mm... v.n
was wrenched and given a sudden twist
witn sucn vioionoe that tho masts snapped
uu oven witn tne ucck, like toothpicks,
anil wnra ktirtul . 1.
of tho vortex made by tho ship as she fell
oacx into tno water ana s:;nk lite a piece
Drifted A boat l a, Eton.
Thla I. thn m.tiw - K .1... ... t
ore. xney toit ssevw X ore at S o clock
Friday night and the squall struck them
soon afterward. There was not tha
slightest warning. The wind was blow
ing only about two knots and everything
seemed favorable for a smooth trip. After
too squaii suusiuoa tne moon came out
and by its light the seven survivors who
Still elnn. Sn fcha maafca in .nlfen n? kn
awful shock of being thrown through the
.1 . . ... . . . . ...
wur iu nnsing sue water as incy aiu.
www uuiu to udu a uory in wnicn sney
cllmhnti ftftj.. hnlllni I. n,r: all
long and all the next day they drifted
helplessly about tho sound without food
ur waiur. s mn nil'T were piCKOU UD DT
the schooner Normal.
Tba Lass ICarketa.
tai; aleuth, mtH balao. (tMl.&; miUet,
Better Fair ta i-IuiIm. ISn. m.k
ci j ,
Bggs Fresh. 9c
i .aicaana tc
UBRie Bntenem war Inr mm tmA .tUM
S4e0icc;cows aadkaireia. SlaoOSc; calves.
spring lamb Si.B08$4 a hasd
Ooal Soft, Me.
b Simmons Liver regulator a
lorex to taxe re i ne Liver gets sluggish
dunnz the Winter, just like all nature,
and the system becomes choked up by
the accumulated waste, which brings on
Malaria, Fever and Ague and Rheuma
tism. You want to wake up your Liver
now, but be sure you take SIMMONS
Liver regulator to do it it also
regulates the Liver keens It nrnrwrlv at
work, when your system will be free from
poison ana tne wnoie Doay invigorated.
You get THE BKST BLOOD whM
your system is in AI condition, and that
will only be when the Liver is kept active.
Try a Liver Remedy once and note the
difference. But take onlv SIMMONS
liver Regulator it is Simmons
LIVER REGULATOR which mak the
difference. Take ft in powder or in liquid
already prepared, or make a tea of tha
powder; but take SIMMONS LIVER REGU
LATOR. You'll find tha RED Z on mm
package. Look for it
J. H. ZeUl afc Oa- PhilalrA
GET THE BEST
All Work Guaranteed.
IA. - -Va - -
mT' IDIKL rMCTw
BLaVfKIMe adds ren aim
oushbd wrni a brush
FDR A OinriC ATTra-nnjurD trwnm
Sold by Henry Dart's Sobs. Wholesale Grooers. Bock Island
A Woman's Letters
A year apart, hrinfr out an
When a ladr hannilv mMM iu..
chronic disease that threatened lite, her na
tnral qnestioa ia. "Will it atav core,!?" Prief
extracts from two letters, answer this. "Ul
ment and other
made life a bur
den. I began to
nse Wild Olive and
Myrtle Tonic nnd
in two weeks felt
cured, bet used a
little more to
A VBAK LATBB.
"I have ased noth
ine farther since
last year and mr
complaints arc all
Rone." MRS. W.
K. LAKE, KllK-
The sole purpose of these remedies, ia to core
the diseases peculiar to women. They cure
more cases than ith v. it-inn. or nt1iMnMwii...
can-nnd cure ncrmanentle. The actentinr.
common cnse plan folio writ, accounts forthis.
l lid Olire is a lfcal treatment-will alonecure
moat cases. M yrtle Tonic, an internal reme
dy, builds up the broken down avstem. Both
remedies are totally dim-rent from all others
andenntain new and rare ingrcdicnta. Used
together, diseases of women cannot resist
tncm. Harmless, prompt, certain and econ
omical. 1. each. Samples and raluablc
VICTOR MEDICAL. ASSOCIATION,
South Bend. Ind.
Mrs. H. J. SabqbbTt, Aeent,
US Thirty -seranUiSt Twaifth are. Bock lataad
We are showing our
Usual line of fine
Fred Woltman, Jeweler.
Reliable Goods at
1805 SECOND ATE5TJE.
I All Braes,
, Nickel Plated aaS
.A beautiful, thereuehly aaade eaS
Saelr Saiahad Bicycle Laasa, ten aa4
.Seal a aar pari of ths misnH j fsiwaw sieuaW
ihe puce a TEsar hfq. co
47 Csaba St, Sew York.
WM DM HOODS
Baths of all kinds, lnoladlng
Turkish, plain, shampoo, else,
trio, electro-therma.1, ate., mar
be obtained at the Sanitarium
Bath Booms, oa the first floor ot
the Harper House.
For Ladles From I a. m. to
13 m. oa week dajs For Gen
tlemen From 1 p. m. to 10 p.ro.
oa week days On Bandars the
rooms will be open from 7 a. m.
to 11 a. m. for Geatlemea oaly.
Eleetrio and EleetroHnermal
baths mar be obtained at an
time during basiaess hoars.
Gjmnaslam oonneoted with baLL
wn FKEcsa retuiE fiui
wsss vo suaeiiiLiaa! "
fcsaaa aW aiaTiiTign
ssass FtDa, fesso taea
ooM tor ever Isniy
of la ill , who
that ther areaasinallil,
aa a eseeuie asantaly
sriwasner neaaes, w
THK TBAVELBBS' QUIDS.
pHIOAOO, BOOK rSXAJTO rAOIFIO
BaUwar TVtets cea he perchaaed or bas
5 J TWfetleta street depot
"JI A F depot earner Vifu aweene aad
rMrty-arst sweiAyfraas; H, Plnauaer, AgeDt.
Doaver Llauted a Oaaaaa
ft. Worth, Dearer AK.Q..
Omaha A Das If oinae
OmahaaDee Molree Br...
nnnaha a BIlnneBpolla Bx..
Denver. Unrobi m Omaha...
gt- rani a Minneapolis
Dearer, Ft. Worth m K. C.
taansas City a St. Joseph
tRock Ialand a Washl: Jum
tCWesgo a Dcs MoIdos....
Bock Island Anrooklyn ae."
a -as an.
V ad pas
Sunaay trrnlnes a I Till man sieeper will be at
""f-P "er lo:ai which wlU Mjare tor Chlca
SO at a:5S a. m. lionoay.
BUIUJNOTOlt BODTB C B, a Q. bVATIj
WSV UeiMt Pine nnu
all eat, si. J. Touas. agaat.
bu L PrrlnirSclil. Peorltl
Bar. Quia 1a Monmouth a fWaai e f asps
reoris. Besrdsiown. Bar-
uncton west ......
BU Paul k Minneapolis
Werlii e. ciiulon at Dnhnonc
bu i. . Mimu tils. llenvar
APacOoaat via Ual.k'rK t psae mM mm
TAsa t l:pm
t I:4Bpoi t11:30sa
f Upn'T! ass
t:36 pa t S.-w)pas
DaUjr. tDally axeept Souday.
QHICAOO, tUXWAUKKB AST. PAUl
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Beeond sreuDea, L. H. Oraer. Aront.
Mali and Erprees ...
St. Paul Kxptes
Freight snd Aecommodafn.
Daily except Sunday.
Dock Ist.abtd a Pboxia Bailwat
m. t ES1 Tint TweajietA street.
ss. l Gob, agent.
Peoria St Louis XaU ix...
Cshle Aceonunodsti'm. ......
Cable Afrommonatloa ....
Passenrer train. l..ra n i a b
STenue) Jcpot Sva & mlEUtee earih.-r than time
dally except Sanday.
DuKuaoTox, Ckdab xUtob a
.nhCT RsUwsy. depot foot of Brady
trwtnnvott. Jsa. Mcnoe. iMa. Tht at
Paranpert Traias. Lbstb Aaarre
Pssseturac .. b :as pea bi0:st aai
IM irn W:pat
West Liberty Traias 1 Worth, piooth."
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,11:45 tun aSHWaai
a Daily. blMlly except snraey. tHoiae anrth.
jwim owuta aoo eass. no. ia runs aeti
veoar napua ana west uotnj.
To the East via the
R. I. & P.
LT KucK Island
Lr Rock Island
Twentieth at Depot
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Ar Jsckaonrllle. .
Ar St Urate.. ..........I
Ar pecatar.. ........
At Terra Haute
4 10 an TUass
4 ST BBS 1 09 ass
TSIsai 11 SO as,
1 00 pas 14 pas
K pea m pa
SB pat it So am
lOMam T Mipai
IS IB pa
V MEKsnit CRairifsi. tXX. Daraorz. Ucs
THROUGH CAR SERVICE
BOOK ISLAVD TO ST. LOCfS.
Lines east of Peoria carry through
eoaehes and sleeping cars oa sight
trains to prlncipL cities.
R. STOCK IiOUSE,
Gen. Ticket Agent.
Jotxn Voile 5c Co,
Sash, Doors and Blinds,
Aad all kinds of
Woodwork for Bonders
SUlas, tnaarlag. Wi
sag, of Baltimore, for president.
16C9 THIBD AVENUE
0 ay M. F. Bikssaa, axa-lst.