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for Intents and Children!
mnm thosn ton Itn. It wtH save
ssanafAiaB waioa fa abee lately
Pastes ta thfiyifrtm.
O ttto ree Pharti i d Wind CoMey
C in reJWvws T thbml Tfreaalsa.
C teria awjO ttpntioa and natnJemoy.
Caeteria mlwllwi law) eaWata ef wrWili acid gas mr
Cewtawla aa t taiai iriWii, oplaw,srooTarearaoiirwportj.
C Serin aaslsanaloo iaa read, roaralateje Inn at a mh and Vwwl.
artaer fc Hay and mmtmrml alowa.
OaitottotiartailiorAi Vettloo smly. It la t aaM la Wlk.
D t eLl-rw nay ta aall y aarythlng alaa mm wlest mr
that tt la "jwa t al iai "wtD maw arvwry nrpaes.'
B that yen gat Q-A-fT"Qat-I-A.
Children Cry for
Health Is the Sunshine of Home Have you got
it? If not. consult "
Drs. Walsh & Walsh, Specialists
Of the Chicago Medical Institute Permanently located Id Dawn port, Iowa
DO. T. M. WALSH.
fwawrtT Cl-aieal Frmm ta rawer I
NERV0U3 DEBILITY Exhaustive drain., sleeplessness, threatened in-
CATARRH Dyspepsia, Asthma, KhaamaUsm. Scrofula. SrDbJIIa. Blood.
SJXZ avaaesd 8y
VARItCELfc Is the most active cause of nervous debility. Why treat
mjW"n" "stnMWeeyoa pwaimt corn m seraa days by aw r" V-m
WOMEN Suffer! nt from diseases peculiar to their sax should cnnanlt na
wa kara eared many raaee clan na as bopaleas, and wa nay ha able to ran you. Sarxieal
wratluaa Mrforautd at tout hoaaa if dMind. AUntai im . J.h.
OUB CREDENTIALS and Testimonial,
nininiia wa ears received mm turn
mm .v.. is proor conciasiTe tuti ear aaTaaeea methods
tAf fall. TtilifWa ill I ! i --- V . -
yef t health. Tint is a stare m every dlMase thai yru eaa ba carad. Htn yoa aaasad
thM ta- r If aol, mm mox rrpvrtnaat r loam, kat consult mm at oaea. raitBafawi. wa
no pmrtna nar cfaalMla Talaa. Wt makm It aa ebjact foe foa to Utw-
o ONLT CURABLE CASKS TAKEN o
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OFFICE 124 W. Third St. McCnlloogh, Bnildlne. Darenport, Iowa.
BArnia An mmxATnra wiauiBM. 1
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Carpenter and Builder,
OmCB, BO: mi SIXTH ATRHTJX.
Chop on Vino ttioot, ZUKJ2 TgT.ann
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' M J. B. WALSH,
an the Beat The nnmerone ac-
mwrpasef for ear reBMrkable cm fa ami
IfYba Want a
Warm all over,
Warm all the time,
Not too hot in mild weather.
Use the Capitol Hot Water
Or Hecla Steam Heater
Thirty Capitol Heaters in use
In Rock Island.
Offioae ta BOCK ISLAND mad MOLXNB
ajaa fa, Wa tlejMWtw. Vtm SliWaa tftWOTftfl tVkm
J arai. laaivajcaxw, Arrarfiw. vaKnrtr aat r rraa--v aai-ai My caw., at
f caiw nth. Hwm cm w4 aa. fbll g-T Mackl r euei. If atgtwena. mm ft
ntvt Mah ratal). MitM asaraaMW. ftaraar.i. Cav twt (nnh law faam. Vina
a laajwl raaaaata aww e tadeXld Una JaHaacy. m4Atm
LIED ALL HIS LIFE,
And Dying He Went to Eternity
with a Lie on His Lips.
BO IT IS RELIEVED. OF SOLXES.
Hielatsa tfca eaabMTkaa B i XMii
Caaaii Ba In Daalka mm Thaaa Wax
ky alalaraUlaa Ballarad tm Btn tw
fcoaad ta His Frtcat, Wka la sha ttely
Oaa That Imn tba Tratk Ea4 mt a
Dlabalt 1 axatwanr.
Philadelphia, May A. Did H. H.
Holmes kill anybodyf la the question
raised by his last words, a, moment before
he shot ihrongh tba trap at Moyaaensina;
prison yesterday. These are the words:
"GlxTUtMKN, I hare rery few words
to say. In fact I would make no remarks
at this time, except that by not speaking
I would appear to acqulesoe in my execo-
a. a. holm.
tion. I only wish to say the extent of my
wrongdoing In .taking human life con
listed In the death of two women, they
having died at my hands aa a result of
criminal operatioqa. , .
; "I wish to state here, so there can be no
chanee of misunderstanding, that I am
not guilty of taking the lives of any of
the Pltcel family the three children an d
Benjamin, , the father, of whose death I
was condemned, and for which I am to
day to be hanged. - That 1a all I hare to
XUd H. Vim la Um Faoa of DeathT
Whether what he euid Is true is prob-
ably known only to his spiritual adviser,
a Roman Cathollo priest, to whom, It is
aid, be made a clean breast during the
last twenty-four hours of his life. Indeed
It is probably not known to the priest.
For if he lied at the supreme moment
that is If he stated - to the small crowd
which saw him hang that which did not
agree with what he confessed to the priest
bow could that priest have proceeded fur
ther with his offloef What he told the
priest will never be knownv . A few. min
utes after he had made his speech the trap
fell from tinder him and his neck was
broken and that waa the last of one who
will always be considered a most devilish
Laot Dmy of Iba XardTr Lire. ,
He waa undoubtedly the most stolid of
any In that assemblage of more than
fifty men. The pallor of bis face was no
deeper than the ordinary prison bleach
and be stood erect, gazing steadfastly be
fore pirn until the horrible black cap shut
out his last look at earthly things.
Holmes spent his last day of life un
eventfully. During the day Holmes wrote
letters of farewell. It is understood that
these comtnnnlcatlons wore addressed to
his wife in Gilraanton, N. H.. and Georgi
an na Yoke, of Franklin, Ind., the so
called third wife, whose testimony did
much to bring about his undoing. Ha
also penned a letter of instruction to Ro-
tan, his counsel. Absolute secrecy Is
maintained regarding the contents of
Was Merry to the Kmc.
The prisoner exhibited no lock of nerve
at the lost, neither was he defiant. Tho
only sign of defianco that ho made was
lust after the priest left. "Am I ner
vous," he demanded, stretching his hands
out to Keeper Weaver. They wore steady
as a rock. Holmes smiled and retired to
the rear of his cell. He declared that he
had never felt better in his life. Soon
after this the priests returned and re
mained with him until the end. Mean
time a nervously expectant crowd had
gathered outside the gates of the gloomy
old prison, which resembles in architec
ture, a uieditcval fortress. A rope had
been stretched across the entrance to the
passageway leading to the convict depart
ment, and Inside of this were assembled
the sheriff, city officials. Jurors and news
paper reporters who had been admitted to
witness the execution.
BCKSB AT TQB KXECtmOH.
Paprtaaaat of the Mardarer as the X
aarata mt Hia Ufa Ebbed Away.
The gates were opened at W o'clock and
the party filed in. Sheriffs Solicitor
Wagrow. called the list of Jurymen In the
superintendent's office at the head of the
corridor containing the scaffold. Those
who responded Included two ex-sheriffs of
this city, seven physicians, and an under
taker. At two minutes after 10 a. m. the
procession- to the gallows war begun.
headed by frison bapertntendent Per
kins and Assistant Superintendent Rich
ardson. Vlf ty or more men with uncov
ered head anade op the aolema parade,
and halted before the scaffold.
The witnesses passed around the scaffold
and faced it. Silenea followed for a mo
ment. Then a murmur arose from tha
other side of the scaffold. It was the pray
ers of the ' priests who were escorting
Holmes to the gallows. A moment later
they mounted the , steps and eaaie Into
view, the priests arrayed in their secular
vestments stood on either side of the con
demned man and chanted the psalm
Misart-rj. Holmes, his eyes fixed upon
crucifix which he had In his hands, walked
steadily between them. He wore a sack
coat and trousers of gray material and a
white shirt. There was a thin growth of
beard on his chin.
There waa a panse aa they reached the
trap, and then Holmes stepped aarwaid
and delivered his speech. It took him ex
actly two minutes to nttor, what nearly
every man there regarded aa the last of a
aeries of lies. Father Daily knows, if any
living man does, whether or not Holmes
went iato eternity with a lie on hia lips.
After shaking hands with his, lawyers.
who then left the scaffold. Holmes turned
and bade farewell to Saajarinteajtants Per
kins and Richardson and the prteta,wha)
were the other occupants of tba gauowa
Than he and tha -clergymen knelt la
silent prayer. Tbey arose at 10:13 o'clock.
in another half minute the end had same.
Holmes' hands were manacled behind
him, the noose and the black can were ad
justed and the stillness was broken be a
sound that echoed along the oorrMors like
tha sharp crank of a pistol. The body
hot op and teen bong without a tremor.
As the echoes died awsy the voices of the
priests softly aroae. They were chanting
the prayers for those In the agonies of
death. Five minutes later six physicians
examined the body. They gave no official
opinion, but Dc Butcher privately stated
that a broken neck had undoubtedly
caused death.. -
At halt past IS o'clock the big Iron
doors In the rear of tho prison swung
open and an undertaker's wagon rolled
ant. - Ib It waa a plain black casket con
taining the body. The wagon drove rap
Idly to Mount Mori ah cemetery, where it
was placed in a vault. Here it will proba
bly remain for two or three days, when it
will be quietly Interred In another grave
yard. Whether or not it will bo finally
burled In consecrated ground depends
upon Holmes last words .with Father
Dally and tho will of Archbishep Ryan.
There will be no autopsy on the body of
Holmes. Among his last words was a
strict injunction to Attorney Bo tan to
forbid a dissection of his remains.
TRIAL OF SCOTT JACKSON.
State Btraagtbmiag tba Case Agalast tba
Newport, Ky May & Dullness char
acterised the trial proceedings in the
Scott Jackson case yesterday. Much
time at intervals was spent la whispered
consultation between tha court and coun
sel for both aides. . The attendance waa
mailer than usual. Five witnesses In
the forenoon and two in ' the afternoon
were used to strengthen the proof that
George H. Jackson identified Walling in
the Hamilton county jail, and two were
used to corroborate the story of his won.
derful midnight ride with the murderers
and their victim.
Other evidenoe tonded to break down
the character of Scott Jackson, the prison
er. Three negro prostitutes were brought
from Cincinnati, one of whom identified
Jackson, and before the court oonld forbid
she blurted out that Jackson bad been ac
quainted with her since tho 1st of Decern-
Der. . . '
Will Wood waa brought out by the com
monwealth to rebut some of Scott Jack
son's testimony, and this gave the defense
opportunity to get In the affidavits of Ed
Hunt and Ohmer Newhouse, of Green-
castle, as to Wood's boasts of bis illicit
Intimacy with Pearl Bryan.
By a corresponding false sten the de
fense opened the door for the common
wealth to restore evidenoe by Chief Deltch
and Mayor Caldwell of damaging admis
sions of Scott Jackson which were-ruled
out early in the trial. It looks now as if
the testimony in the caae would close to
day. It can hardly go to the jury before
ELEVEN BODIES RECOVERED.
lighted Caadla aad Gasoline Ceased the
Horrar at ViaeteaatL
Cikcisnati, May a The workmen con
tinued their efforts all day with relays at
the scene of the collapsed buildings on
Walnut street. TM gasoline engine and
tank' were found undamaged after the
body of John Beers had been taken out.
The explosion, waa evidently not due to
the engine or Its tank as previously an
nounced. Evidenoe before the coroner
shows that Engineer Boers secured can
dles with which to examine the engine.
When be went into the cellar with a
lighted candle the gas generator exploded.
The generator waa found in pieces. At
6 o'clock last evening the body of William
Aiowheide, barkeeper for Dracha was re
covered and at 7 o'clock at night the body
of C F. Andress, president of the An-dres-Meara
Wall Paper company, was
taken out: At 8 o dock last night the re
mains of Mamie Kennedy; who lived with
Foys, were recovered in a horrible condi
tion. Eleven bodies have been recovered.
BOND RESOLUTION ADOPTED.
Only Six Kan Tota Agalaat Iavestlgatmg
tha Head of the Traasary.
Washington, May H In the senate
during debate on the bond resolution
Vest declared that tho officeholders and
postmasters in Michigan controlled the
late Democratic convention and forced a
gold plank into tho platform. ' Palmer
spoke against the resolution and Hill con
cluded his speech, when the resolution waa
adopted 51 to 8 the latter being Caffrey,
Faulkner, Gray, Hill, Mitchell of Wiscon
sin, and Palmer. The river and harbor
bill was considered without action. Little
other business was done.
An act passed to amend the bill creat
ing the court of appeals waa all the busi
ness done by the house. Piokler, angry at
the refusal of the house Wedneaday to re
main in session to pass -private pension
bills, obstructed business with points of
no quorum and threatened to continue
UtUe Spat la Coaaaalttaa,
Washinotox, May a There waa a hot
colloquy in the Nicaragua canal hearing
yesterday. Colonel Ludlow and Repre
sentative TJoollttls exchanged words In
anger. In which Colonel Ludlow declared
be represented the government and did
not care to have Doollttletake up hia time
while trying to establish that fact, Doo
little declared that he waa a member of
the committee, and declared that Colonel
Ludlow should not "trample over them
with all his top-heaviness."
Chicago, May a Scores on League
base ball diamonds were: At Cincinnati
Baltimore , Cincinnati 1; at Chicago
Philadelphia U, Chicago 5; at St. Louis
New York a St. Louis 6; at Louisville
Boston 17, Louisville 1; at Cleveland
Brooklyn 4. Cleveland 1C; at Pittsburg
Washington 2. Pittsburg 12.
. OaJy O Saaarlraa ta thai Im.
WA8HWtox, . May a The state de
partment baa been authentically Informed
that or the captured on board the Com
petitor during the fight that ensued be
tween the Spanish steam ' launeh and the
schooner only one of the persons captured
is an American citizen and be has refused
thus far to give hia name.
Teaaace Tl tils" ladle tad.
Kxw York, May a The grand jury has
found indictments against James B. Duke
and nine directors of the American To
bacco company, charging them with
"conducting a monopoly in the paper
Ottvuwa, Ia., May a Mrs. Laeretia
.Nelson, aged Ta, hanged herself from a
rafter In the kitchen yesterday. Ill health
Interesting Exporience of Mrs.
Lounsbiiry of Olympia,
Remarkable Results from the Use of tha New
The practice of publishing med
ical testimonial is certainly not a
new one; ia fact, tha anbject is well
nign inreaaoare, the columns of
every paper bains; fall of them.
Nevertheless, occasional! a caae ap
pears ot so interesting ana remarka
ble a character aa to merit special
attention. Of such a character is
the experience of lira. E. L. Lonns
bury, of Olympia, ia far' off Wash
ington, who bow resides at 111 Ma
ple Park in that city.
Mrs. Lonnsbnry1 trouble waa an
aggravated caaa of atomaoh trouble.
I was very weak, could
.t ti-nY .vZSla .taa, ill bene,lcl1 B" " speedily appar
'rjTJ' " W1!,: I rent in the increaTTtre-ngU1
lnioe 'of rare beef. My husband
would have to read to me until S
or S o'clock in the morning be
fore sleep would come, my heart was
weak and troublesome, "gas would
collect in my stomach so that a num
ber of times during the day I would
become almost helpless.
I saw the new stomach remedy,
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets, adver
tised in the Christian Herald, of De
troit, and even now after taking but
one box I am a good advertiaement-4
for them; I sleep good, have a good
appetite, my heart ia better, my
nerves stronger. I am gaining
strength so fast that yesterday I
walked seven blocks.
MERCHANT SLAIN BY ROBBERS.
Wantonly Shot by Chicago Mlseraaa's
Two Other Itsreeat Hart.
Chicago, May a Three men Invaded
the Golden Rule dry goods store. West
Madison street and Center avenue, at 8:40
o'clock last night, drew revolvers on the
cashier, Miss Mattle Garrettson, aiming
to secure the cash box, and were driven
into the street by hor cries and the appear
ance of clerks and the proprietor, Tuoiuas
J. MershalL -
In the middle of Madison street, halted
by a cable train, one of the robbers turned
and fired Mveral shots, two of them hit
ting MarehalL He died almost Instantly.
The robber ran north on Ann street, fir
ing twice again. One bullet struck A. S.
Bagg and another hit Katie Hinos.
Neither of these victims will die. The
three men escaped.
Xew York FiaaaeUL
" New Tone. May T.
Money oa eall nominally SU per cent.:
prune marcwtUe paper S j!4 per cent.;
sterling exchange firmer, with actail ban
necs in banker bill at tot Am?
mand and 370198 for sixty day: postal
rates, mwswt ana oigiu; commerjtM
bills, 487.. s -
Silver eertlacatei, 03Ua'U)4o; ao sale bar
stiver. Vlli: Mexican dollar. 53K.
United Mate? aorernment bona were
easier for tba new ..t'a, othe were steaty;
new 4'a 'registered, 11!; do coupons.
IKX: s regt-rterei iimfc ii coupons, llSi;
t'a registerei, 1QB: -4 s auoponi. llvl; z's reg
Uterei, S4H: Paaiflo e gi 'iff. U) J
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UHiCAa, stay 1.
The following, were the quotation, oa ta .
Board of Trade today: Wheat hHy. opened
Slhf3. eloaei tHKo; Jane, opened tt3. elated
Ssito; July, openel 620. dosed Ota Cora
May, opened 26 eloaei 2Bo; July,
opened X,9bc closed HM.O ; September, opened
eMTio, closed Hl'o. Uaw May. openel 18!4c
cloaed IMe; June, opened Uic clod MMio;
July, openel 10a eloaei ltJ-- Pork May,
nominal cIod 7 9J; July. openel
S8.aH eloaei 17.87 Lard May. opened
nominal, eloted S1 11: July, openel tlBU,
Produce: Batter Extra creamery, 154e per
Tb.; extra dairy, ltl i13c; freh paokia atoek.
Ta Kegs Ymh atoek. S per dos.
Live Poultry Tnrkjy. SBlJe per Ib ;
chickens, bent, -84: rontjr. eo: daoku,
SOlOo; geese. fl.OxavvJ per dos. Potatoes
Borbanka, 18l7s par bo,: mUei, U14a.
Bweet potatoet. U0f:o) par bbl Apple
Fair to fancy. 20K150 per bbl. Crmo
Drries Jerseys. $WJJ0r.OI par bbL Boaey
White clover. Weiss per lb.; brokea comb,
eiOa- extracted. kf)6o. . .
Clueaga Lira Stoek.
Uva Wo- Prinet at tha Union Bt-n'i
Tarda today ranrel "aa toilowj: Hoea Btl
mated reompta for the day. W.QW; atlas
ranaoi at liKOaj.'J pize. SiJ4 7i light,
laK93 8 mark paotaag. tSUASi mixed
and at totajlSJ heavy packlac aal shlppias
Oattle Ertimstel reojipti for tha day.
lJlOJu; quotations ranawt at U 1314 tf chaise
to extra ahipvms et-er. S44!t goM to
choice do, &Tc4.k fair to road. Meters
eommoa to aaediuai do, f38xe,8) batchers'
eteer. titASi starker. a.2VlS feeder,
tl SXA row, tt-avatei-bnfert. S2
boll. 2 S4H U Texas eteera, aad tU IMaV. 7
Clsim Bstikne mmw tm mm tm
s14eeMfa;ewa sadkaifcis, tWoSHe; calves.
Children Cry for
Taut r.asal amawawta.
Rsy Tbsatky. M, tetMnt; wild,
BSSJM; ! ark. WmtU. salad, jatillt.50; adlet,
BaJlai rati ta rkalii isa- rraak iam
eprtag Ismt n tflSMlia bead.
ObsI savVISs- - '
4 B 1
If this this letter will do yon any
good yoa may publish it in the Chris
tian Herald, as I have many friends
who read that paper.
The tablets have done wonders for
me, where hope of recovery was
nearly gone." '
The care of of this lady is bat one
ot thousands who have been cared .of
dyspepsia, indigestion aad- atomaoh
troubles by the regular use of
StaarVa Dyspepsia, Tablets a com
mon sense remedy, which cures by
causing the prompt digestion of the
food eaten. They should be taken
immediately after meals and their
stomach and nerves. ' They cure pal
pitation of the heart by removing the
cause; they increase llesb and appe
tite Dy digesting the food before it
has time to ferment, sour and poison
toe oiooa ana nerves.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tableta not only
cure indigestion, but they are ao
safe and pleasant that they are also
perfectly adapted to children and In
They are sold by droggists at 0
cents for full sised packages.
A useful book on stomach diaeases
will be mailed free by addressing
Diuari ijo., juarsnaii, men.
A Woman's Happiness.
Twenty years a hopeleaa Invalid.
isecomeg in a tuontn, won
The number of ladira who are wholly or in
part, tavalida, ia nirrdom. Complainta
pcuniiar m mc sex nnnrrmine vne araitn
quickly. They are too arldom cured. Vet a
rare is not difficult with the proper rrmeditra.
Thia lady tells theeccret. "I have been afflict-
tne. bat none were
able to girc relief.
A boseach of W ild
Olire and Myrtle
Tonic have eared
me. Four wecka
aero I could not do
my own work-
now I have no
symptom at all."
crsTille. O. Thia
lady ia prominent
fat berconntv. All
know her and re
joice in her recov
ery. The rrmedica
tnat cared neraretotallydiflerrntft-omothera
oa the market. Wild Olive ia a lornl annlira.
tion harmless, yet quick and certain to re
lieve all teflammationa. diaplacrmenta. dis
charges and irreirnlaritiea. Myrtle Tonic
bnilda us tbe system-makes the core perma
nent. A reliable scientific. common se use and
economical plan of home treatment. Reme
dies $1. each. Mild cases need Wild Oil re
only. Samples and an raatrnctive treatise
DXC VltlUK UKUlwAL ASSOCIATION.
South Bend, Ind.
Mas. M. T. Sambstt, Agent,
USTalfty-ssvrathSt Twslfth eve.
We are showLagour
Usual line of fine
Fred Wolkan, Jeweler,
BeUabla Goods at
180. BIOOHD ATFJrUC.
Batks of ell klada. UelndlB.
Tnxklsh, plain, shampoo, alee,
trie, electro-thermal, ate., Btav
be obtained at the fsaaltarlsm
Beta Boonts, oa tho tret laor of
tae Harper Honee.
For Ladles From t a. sa. to
IS at. oa week dars ForOen.
tlenten From S a. au to 10 p.au
oa weak dari On Sandajs tho
rooms will be open from 7 a. as.
to 11 a. av. for (Mtleaaea oalr.
aOeadsie .aad Dawtro-Oemal
baths ma be obtalaed at nay
time dniinf boslnees aoors.
Orauaalnm ooaaaeted wltabaU.
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tags checked at B UrTaMUhauiTS
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Cable Acewaaiedauoa ". SSpT t5 S
le-aani trains leave C, K. L a P. (Bollaa
avcn7apat See S) laaSTartil tkaTttaLa
flvea. Tratnajaarkad a dally, all ataar
aaiiy except Baaday.
DuBxnraroB, cbdab lUrtog a
"!keruBA0wsy, apst feat of Brady
Pavaapert TTajaa. Ltva Aaasva
El"',w---- Maa blt):at mm
STstght btaj l M Wl aw
West Liberty Trtiaa . tWorta. tBoaih
rnsiiuaii Moam ibioiipai
alajeaas at ttast
.. .-- .... I b7 .80 pas
Fialskt . 'kStSaaa biioaas
patly. AtMuy oxeaptaaaaay. rtMagaorU.
To the East via the
R. I. & P.
Lv Daren port
Perry street depot
Lr Bock Island. ...m.
OKI P Depot
Lv Bock Island
Twentieth at Dept
Ar Loalsrille.. .......
. am fNia
. 37aai 8S8sm
. steam 8 88 am
. Tat am HSOsm
. tlSaa 1 15pm
. tttpm llias
. SOOpm 806am
. 10 SO pea 10 88 rat
. IHua it Item
. lose an 7M)pm
. lUMam 8t)pm
. 8 IS sat 8 IS pas
, ic 41 mm sro-pm
. lzmsa S4 pm
8 to am
f 48 am.
S It am .
T so am
Ar Spriagaeld..... .
Ar St Loau... ......
Ar Lincoln. ......
ar Decatar... ......
Ar Mattooa ...
Ar armnsTllls. .....
Ar Tarts Haute ....
THROUGH CAR SERVICE
Lines east of Peoria carry tkroagh
coaches and sleeping oars oa algnt
trains to principle tutiee.
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