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Not too hot In mild weather,
Use the Capitol Hot Water
Or Hecla Steam Heater.
Thirty Capitol Heaters In use
in Rock Island.
Offices In ROCK ISLAND and MOURR
Root Island. Ul.
Reached in May's Awful Record
ft of: Human Carnage.X
X6B60rt FBiaifTtUL CALAMITY.
Prom ,eoo to 3,000 Die ta the Had
riiuc 01 m aaiuioo
Vaa Plata Rear tfca City, loteod A aa tao
lenwefarcait, Froroa That of a Bevol.
Sara Ka ch, oat a Bel of Dearth Ha.
anaalty Throwa to taw Eartk aad Traaa.
pled by HaaArcda lata IJaroeoawlzaMo
Coraaea Fartber Btuaaa Bavoe at Baaw
Wrnaoa, Mas, ratA Waato by a Delaso
mmA atav ! a U.4m aa.
Titnl. Imh FillitiatM VWmm.m. 1
Stoma Kaaasoa ta Pllnota.
Moacow, June 1. The disaster on the
KbotUjnskoje plain. In which it is believed
that more than 2,000 persons, men, women
and children, met their deaths in a sudden
and Inexplicable panic, is constantly
paining in proportion as the investiga
tions by the authorities continue. These
are made under difficulties, as the recov
ery of the victims was conducted by hun
dreds of volunteers and many were carried
away before they were enumerated.
Many additional deaths of the injured
who were carried away are occurring
which are only added to the enumeration
after some time. It is now said that the
fatalities will amount to between 8,000
and 8,000, but it is impossible yet to ascer
tain accurately the extent of. the disaster.
Official Statement Kot Complete.
An official statement places the number
of dead recovered at 1,3 and the seriously
or fatally injured at 280. But ln contrast
with this oCIcial statement there have
been 1,233 corpses laid In the cemetery,
besides the many dead and dying that
are known to have been removed from the
ill-fated field by friends. In spite of this
terrible tragedy the car and czarina Sat
urday evening attended and danced at tho
brilliant bal at the French embassy.
Preparations had been made on a most
elaborate scale for this ball, and it is as
serted that $70,000 was expended on the
supper alone. The czarina was not in
formed of the disaster, owing to her dell
rnto condition. While the dance within
the French embas!y continued amid all
the aceomrnntments of luxury and gaiety,
disconsolate friends and relatives wan
dered over the desolate plain among the
dead and the suffering dying, looking,
often in vain, for their missing.
II rap of Killed and Injured
The work of identification is most diffi
cult, both on account of the large number
of tho victims and the trampled, torn and
mutilated condition of many of the corpses,
some of which are crushed quite beyond
the possibility of recognition and almost
beyond semblance to humanity. The ma
jority of the killed were peasants from out
lying villages, though the clothing of
some indicated that they were persons of
wealth and distinction. The bodies of a
number of women clad ln silks and fine
linen were among those found. All day
tsiturday the full force of police and fire
men worked among tho dead, pulling
bodies from heaps of the killed and in
jured and ranging them on the ground,
which was covered for hundreds of yards
with groups of ten and twenty begrimed,
blood-stained and disfigured corpses.
The Agony Drove Them Had.
Yesterday morning the forces at work
on the plain discovered tho mouth of a
disused well in the middle of the Held the
plank covering of which had given way in
tho mod rush of Saturday morning. In
tho well there were Shirty dead bodies,
and wedged ln among them and held
down by their weigh were found two men,
alive and comparatively uninjured physic
ally. But the terror and the hideous sur
roundings of tho night had proved too
great a strain on their minds, and they
were raving mn nines. There are count
loss incidents of spec.nl pathos, one case
being that of a party of fifty-five humblo
peasnnts who had come together from a
single villnfcd for the merrymaking at the
czar's feast. Of this parry fifty-three
were killed in the crowd.
STORY OF THE AHTlt DISASTER.
Occnra at a Feast ftprrad for naif a Minis
MoldeeU of the Cur.
The terrible disaster occurred on the oc
casion of an intended feast of most re
markablo character. On the plain of
Khodi jnskoje tables and benches had been
erected capable ?f seating 600,000 people.
To this free feast the people were invited,
and they came almost by millions. By
dawn of Saturday it is stated that there
were fully 1,000,0000 people on the plain.
A stampede took place among these and
tho stampede proved almost aa fatal aft a
battle with modern weapons would have
Various versions aa to the origin of the
stampede and frightful rrus-.h are cur
rent, but the account to which the most
credence is attached is that the wagons
laden with 600,iu souvenirs which were to
be distributed among the peoplo were pro
ceeding to the Khodijnskoje plain, fol
lowed by a multitude of eager peasants,
when the attendants, with a view of pleas
ing the people, threw a number of souve
nirs among the crowd. There was a wild
scramble towards the point Where they
fell, and the news spread like wildfire up
and down the throngs of expectant peas
ants that the distribution had commenced.
This resulted in a headlong, pell-mell rush
for the booths where the distribution of
souvenirs was to have been made.
The arrangements which it was In
tended to make to keep the crowds in
order during tho distribution had not
been completed at that early hour, and
the fnrre on harld was powerless to stem
the tide of the cvush of humanity. What
added greatly to the gravity of the disas
ter was tho circumstance that these booths
were surrounded by ditches. The fore
most persons in the oncoming crowd fell
prostrate in these ditches, and the people
following speedily trampled them to
death. Others stumbled over their bodies
and met the same fata. And so the horror
grew. The pressure was so great upon
the sides of the booths from the struggles
of the mass of mad humanity that they
gave way and hundreds of people were
forced into them through the broken
One mounted gend'arme near the
booth? was literally crashed to death,
together with his rearing and plunging
horse. There were no English people, nor
Americans among the victims, nearly all
of whom are peasants. The czar and czar
ina after attending tho requiem mass in
the chapel of the Kremlin, paid a visit to
the injured survivors in the hospitals,
passing from cot to cot and addressing
words of sympathy and comfort. Both of
the imperial pair were deeply affected fcy.
the Scenes of snffnrinir thev eiriwwH Th.
arm .lu . l l i ji i . II H
at the cemetery yesterday wu moat tan'-!1
peesaiva, some 80,000 pet sons being pres
ent. The .majority of thoee were seeking
missing relatives in the mortuary chambers
and their grief and despair were indescrib
able, ANOTHER HORROR I3f MISSOURI.
Flood of Water Sweepa Seaera nod Drowma
Kansas City, Jane l.-rA special to Ihe
Times from Neosho, Mo., says: Two
sloudbursts occurred in this county at an
tarly hour d Saturday morning, one at
this place and the other at Seneca. One
life was lost here and, it is believed, eight
een at Seneca. Sylvester' Wood, of Ne
osho, was drowned by the overturning of
boat while being taken from the flooded
district. Of the eighteen believed to be
dead at Seneca fourteen have been taken
, -rom me water. ne scenes in ana about
En--uuu preaena a picture oi uesoiauon.
Cherokee avenue, Seneca's principal busi
ness street, is divided in two sections by
the loss of the iron bridge which spanned
Lost creek. Hundreds of citizens in
searching parties are constantly beating
rither side oi the stream in search of miss
ing citizens, who are evidently drowned.
The dead are: Henry Andre, age 60;
Ida Andre. 69; Leo Andre. "0; Andre, 10;
Mary Andre, 12; Mrs. White, wife of Rev.
Harry White; Willie Doebler, aged 6;
Archie Williams, 0; Mrs. Robinson and
baby; Carl Smith, wife and five children;
Floyd, a child. At Dayton, nine
miles east, a man named Reynolds was
The streets present a scene of darkest
gloom. Searchers are returning frequent
ly with the bodies of the unfortunate vic
tims, and coffins hurrying here and there
to receive the dead. Any aid contributed
to Seneca in her dark hour of distress, ad
dressed to James McGannon (mayor),
Will be most thankfully received and
properly expended. The storm which pre
cipitated the awful flood from which Sen
eca has so severely suffered spent its fury
at a point about ten or twelve miles east
of here. The waters came down in a
mighty wave, precipitating a rise of Lost
creek fnlly five feet higher than any re
cent high water mark on this stream.
Kvery merchant on Cherokee avenue,
which embraced fully uine-tenths of the
business interests of tho town, has suf
fered more or less direct loss to stock.
The losses and damage to stock in stores
alone is fully 130,000, while the total loss,
inciuamg tne inundated residence district
and loss of buildings, brings the total
above (50,000 at a very conservative esti
mate. SITUATION II THE MOUND CITT.
Thousands of People Co to View the Ruins
and Inquire for Friends.
" St. Louis, June 1. Every railroad en
tiring this storm-stricken city ran ex
cursion trains yesterday. They brought
scores of thousands of people to view the
devastation and ruin wrought by the awful
storm of Wednesday. The streets of the
ruined district ware thronged with visi
tors all day. 'They came from almost
every town and city within' a radius of
200 miles and nearly all day a cold driz
zling rain fell.
Superintendent Mack,of the morgne,had
a trying time in answering questions In
regard to the. bodies and taking names
and descriptions of persons who have not
been seen by their friends since before the
storm. There were people there from
points ln all directions, far and near; Chi
cago, Cincinnati, Louisville, Indianapolis,
Kansas City and a thousand smaller places
were represented. From each town came
anxious people inquiring for lost friends.
The Post Dispatch prints a statement
which very materially modifies all pre
vious statements of the aggregate loss by
the hurricane of Wednesday. The article
says: "No estimate of the financial loss
sustained by this city from the storm ap
proaching the correct figure nearer than
several millions can be prepared for at least
a weefc, but It is already evident that rep
resentations of loss equaling and some
times exceeding $50,000,000 are as un
founded upon facts as the reports circu
lated by many foreign papers that the
loss ox lire would reach thousands.
"The judgment and advice of promi
nent citizen ts with both knowledge and
experience in such matters have been
sought and obtained with the result that
the enormous total heretofore set up has
been scaled down to a more probable ag
gregate. Very careful consideration of
facts and figures justi flees the assertion
that fa,000,oou is nearer tho proper
The Post-Dispatch then gives a list of
the heaviest losers, which foots np a total
of $3,700,000, and says: "This table aggre
gates less than tt.000,000. a total quite
lurge enough, but almost insignificant
when compared with the fabulous esti
mates. To this, however, must be added
the damage done to residence property
tnrougnout tne city. Viewing the sitna
tion in this light, it will be seen that 110..
000,000 shonld be ample to cover the actual
damage. This estimate has not included
the loss and damage of furniture.
DOK8XT AGREE WITH THE EDITOR.
Says It WiU Take a Milton to Relievo tho
Itrstitotkm New Death Estimate.
Police Commissioner John A. Lee is not
one of thsse who estimate 'the damage of
the storm as light who think that St.
Louis is amply able to relieve the distress
unaided. Lee has gone carefully over the
tornado-wrcckad districts with Chief of
Police Harrigan and examined the 'condi
tions closely and intelligently, and says
it will take $1,000,000 to relieve the desti
tution and that "St. Louis needs all the
aid she can get."
In the opinion of Mayor Bader, of East
St. Louis, the total loss of property in the
city will not exceed $3,000,000. A schedule
of the losses to the railroads in East St.
Louis has been 'given out and foots up
B.j),isu. ine following dead were recov
ered from tbi St. Louis ruins of the storm
yesterday: Adolph Anschel, Mrs. Ellen
Hennessy and John Kelly.
Although four days have come and gone
since the tornado the labor of the city offi
cials in clearing away the debris is scarce
ly perceptible. The question whether the
ruins contain any human bodies is an un
solved problem, but in some localities a
foul stench arises from the debris. It was
positively assarted by some that fifty or
more patients were caught In the ruins of
the city hospital, but a systematic exami
nation of one portion of the ruins reveals
Bo trace of a corpse.
The number of
Who are Without hmm ant atlthioit fKa
means of getting them is great. Id scores
--Bans uun uies oi oay moorersnaa
1 their honsehnlA Mndi AmtmumA tA
they have no means of replacing them.
imoniriwmW -eikW -
ready been much suffering, ami the relief
.ti , . . ...
uniuunuin Dceinaoequate. xjiauinu
fidn of fond froe m 'fcontinually, but new
eases of de-titution are springing up all
dvar tho ruined district. v
At midnight Saturday the total number
r dflnrl mlsdn. mmJI f llw 1 1 1 il v
two cities numbered 43L This estimate ia
made up as follows:
In St. Urals
Known dead.-. MS
Unknown dead 1
Fata llviniiiMil ia
In East St. Ixraia
Known dead at
Fatally injured 1
This will undoubtedly be added to when
all the ruins shall have been uncovered.
SWELLS THE LIST OF DEAD.
Xews from tho Bavoe Wroaght by tho
flora. In Illloota.
Carltlk, June 1. Additional reports
received hero of the havoc wrought by the
terrible cyclone Wednesday evening con
tinue to swell the list of dead and injured.
The number of deaths is appalling and
eclipses any disaster that ever befell this
vicinity. Richview.on the Illinois Cen
tral, escaped with small Injury in compari
son with neighboring towns northwest.
The full extent of the loss of property can
not he ascertained for weeks to oome.
The tornado was also a visitor in the vi
cinity of Ashley, three miles south of
Richview, and demolished houses, barns
and orchards. The farm house of Wil
liam Howard, three miles southeast, was
blown away. Oakville, eighteen miles
south of Carlyle, was visited by torrents
of rain and wind that twisted and matted
together large trees. The destruction of
the residences of John. Maxelners and
John Ruckle is the only damage.
The main part of the storm passed sonth
of Oakville. where the route of the wind is
marked by twisted trees and broken
fences. Emma Kmusc, aged 19, is dead.
Her parents were killed. This makes the
total number of dead fifteen. Tho storm
came from the northwest at New Baden
and went southeast toward Mascoutah.
At New Mindcn it assumed a south
easterly course and destroyed that place.
but skipped Hoylton. The value of prop
erty tiosrroyea at acw Mutcn, Now Min
dcn, Richview, Ashley and Oakville and
vicinity is said to exceed (C00,000. The
killed in this vicinity are: Robert Foster.
Mrs. Cornell and infant, farm hand (name
unknown), and baiuuel Oliver.
The Iat ICarkoto.
. Hay Timothy, tit; apland, fSOSlt: wild.
Sti: slonah. SnkaAB: halad-SMmSilJui? uw
Batter Fab? to
pra Freeh, sc.
Chicken 7c .
Jtccseico and aelfsra, SfcctXHc; calves.
spring bb-ti MM a head.
Ooal- Bofl, 10c.
Baby was task, we gave hsr
she was a Child, aba eriad for
The bird of the south polar regions
migrate carta on the approach of win
ter. sur.ir.TER hi hie east
TC3 Ocean tab
. " c uroe M"y. Artwry Park, Ocean
Grove, long Branch, aud rvsnrta alntiv the New
Jersey Coast are on Hie l'vunsvlvauia Line,
which lead from Chicago to Newport. Marra-
" - ,v -.MUMtB iunwi, namursea
and popular watering plarrs along the ''---tlo
In h f'ountaics
Cleesnn, Bedford Bpringv Ehrnshntg, Altoona
knd other ntortu iu Hie Ailexlieiuua an also
on the PiTinsvivjla Koiib-, over which toe
White IlouuUilnH, the Adirondack. Watklus
lilcu, ML Dmen lnlaiMt. aud i4ao of Bummer
jmi ii iii Kjipirni i.rw 1 nra, ft ermont, liew
ltamililre and Maine may he mnvenieuuy and
comfortably reached from Chicago.
"'" V?"'?'' "rHr II. K. llKJUNU
Buy, Sell and Manage
property. Collect Rents.
The old fire and time
tried company, repre
sented. Rates as low
as any reliable company
can afford. "
Toar Patroaege to SoUelsad. ,
Offlte 10, Beeoad Aw.
II 1" tnsftatf
Estate of James T. Dixon, deceased.
Theaadenlenad hartaxheea aanoi at Savers.
tor of the last will aus testament of .taint
T. D'xon. lata of the eoanty of Rock I aland,
state ot Illinois, deceased, heresy gives aotiet
that he will appear before the eoaaiy court ol
Bock Ialaad eon city, at the once of the clerk ot
aid coart, la the city of Rork Uland, at the
Jaly teiftm, oa the Srat Monday ta July nesi.
wa.ca tone mu pcieoue aaing ciaime afrainet
aald estate are aonSed and retjaetted to attend
for the parpoM or havicf the aamoadjnoted.
All perrons Indented to aald estate are re-
S nested to taake tmmedmta payment to the aa
erslraed. Dated this 8th day of May. A. D. 19K
Patau a Dixon. Kxeeotor.
state of John F. Bollman. deceased.
The undarfclexed having bran auamntAfl adml.
Istratrix of the estate of Joha It. Bolimaa
of the eoonnr of ttoak I.l.tu
state of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives aotire
that she will appear before the eonnty coorl
ot Rock If land eonnty, at the office of the clerk
of said eonrt, in the city of Rock Island, at tt
term, on vne nm on nay in Aunat
oext, at which time all peraons having elatm
against aald estate are notified and requested te
attend, for the purpose of having the iamt ad
AU persons Indebted to said estate are ra-
3uested to make Immediate payment to the an
ersigned. Dated this Mth day of May A. D.. 18M.
Mas. Haah Boixkab, Administratrix.
STATU OF ItLTSOTg, I
Rock Islabs Cooutt, i
in me circuit coon In chancery, September
t iu, 1SQS.
Sadie Dickinson va Ilerbert Dickinson.
Affidavit of non-reeidence of the abova defend
ant. Herbert Dickinson, having been lied la the
clerk's oBce of the. circuit conn of said eonnty,
notice is i hen fore hereby given to tho said bob-
reaiaeni aeienaani mat tne complainant lied her
bill of complaint In aald court, on the chancery
aide thereof, on the fcth day of May. IstM. and
that thereupon a pumraona leaned ont of eaid
eonrt, wherein aald autt is bow pending, retama-
cne on we nra. jsoouay m ine moaia oi Bcptem
ber next, aa ia by law required.
Now. onlees rou. the said non-reeldent defead-
ant above ntmed, Ilerbert Dickinson, aball person
ally be and appear befoie said circnit eonrt, on
the first day of the next terra thereof, to be holdrn
at Kock Island in and for the eaid county, on in
Srat Monday in 8ec.teabernext. and plead, answer
or demur to the aald complainant b bill of com-
Biami, me same ana tne matters and things
therein charged and slated will be taken aa con
fessed, and a decree entered against yoa accord
tog to the prayerof aald hill.
Obobub W. Gabblb, Clerk.
Kork Island, m .. M ay t. 180a.
8. B. KBBWoBTBT.Compiaiaaat's Soliclter.
STATS OF ILLIWOIS, I
Hock Isubd Cocbtt.
Ia the county eonrt. Hay term, A . D
Catherine Heharer, admtnlrtrstrtx of the estate
of Christian Schafer, deceaatd. petloner, .
Mary foldo f . 1 beodora Hnldorf, Qeorve
Hchafer. A dee Schafer, Catherine Karth. Wil
liam Kanh. John Schafer. Mary Bcbafer, James
Bchftfer and Louisa Schafer, defendants.
Petition to sell leal aetata to pay debts.
To whom It may concern: Notice is hereby
given thst by virtue of an order and decree ef
the eonnty court of Kock bland county, Illinois,
entered a ine petition of the nndersigeed.
Catberlre Schafer, as administratrix of the ea
tate of Christian Schafer. deceased, for leave to
sell the real estate of said deceased aa aald May
term A. U. lit, f said conn, the onderslrned
will on the 4th .ay of June A. D, IRSt, between
the hour of ten (10) o'clock la the forenoon and
four (4) o'clock In the afternoon of aald day, to
wn, at tke boar of two (I) o'clock p. m. sell at
puBiiessiaattoeaonWdoorof the court hoaae
in tho city of Rock Island in eaid count v and
t face, to tne hieheet and beat bidder tho real ee
ls te descrtned aa follow, tow It:
Boath half (K)of lot fire r and toe aorb
fifty (f0) feet of lot eight 1) In Mark seventy 7il;
in Chicnso or Loweraddltion to the cite of ,Knrk
Inland and lota one (I) and two (8) in block three
(Si in Balky Davenport'e addition to the city of
Rock Island, all ia the eity of Rock Island, la the
ermMy of Rock Island and the slate of 111 now,
said sale to be of sale real estate exonorat-d of
all claim, right or mtereet therein oa account of
dower and homestead In favor of tho widow of
the aald Chriat:aa Bcbafer, deceased. Terms of
Iated th'a 5th day ot May, last.
Administratrix of the estate of coristlaa Schafer,
C. J.SiAKXS. Solicitor.
Sale of Real Estate.
By vlttne of an order and decree of
the county court of Rock Island coun
ty, Illinois, made oa tho petition cf
the nndenigned Charles Schraiber, admlnla
trstor of the estate of Olaf A. Anderson deceased,
for krsve to sell the real es at of said deceased,
at the May term. A. D-. ISSS. of said eonrt. to -wit:
on the ll-h day of May IMA. 1 shall on the
lth day of Jane next, between the hours of
10 o'clock in ta forenoa and 4 o'clock la the
afternoon of eaid day. to wit: at the boar of t
o'clock in the afternoon of said day, sell at pub
He sale, at tee sou In eoor of l he court bones hi
ths city of Rock Island, fn said county, all the hv
tereet of said Jlf A . Anderson, deceased, at tho
time of his dieeaae. and also the homestead ass
dower rn teres of the widow In end to the real ee
tate described a follows, to-wlt:
Boginnlrg at ths northeast omnei of the sooth
half (tt) of the anal least quarter (k
of aeetion aisaber are (5), ,la towa
shlp anmber sevacteeB (1T aorth, raafe
Bnmfaereao (1) weet of the fourth (t) principal
meridian, thence south oa seettca lias Ifty (bO)
reetforaetaningBeaa:tboBaw wast oao hea
dred a d twenty- hrht 1 feet, thence south
fifty (Mil feet,i hence east oao a line red twenty
drat (W feet. I be ace aorti arty (au) feot to the
place of beg:nnrc All Hrea to ran parallel ofth
the correiH.ooding se- tion llaea, reeenrlrg a strip
twenty-eight feet SS) feet wtda ea ihe oast aide
for a road. helo the premises now knows Bad
deaenhtd as lot number two n ra black ink r
"if-1 "I in trriaaoo tvi'd't addHloa to the city
..J"?' tated oa the recorded plat of
eaid additias). Subject to two morKaeee as fol
J?vs: One for three hand red sUty-Ss doll.rs
" o; miei aa seven nor cent from
Jsly S. 1M owaed by Jsliotte Lediattoa. aa
oao for fiftr Aoflara fsJUi Qui arlth inma ih cn.
at the tsaajf eevea per cent per annam and
owned by Mela J. Nehon. eaid ahoea d-rih.a
neemiass beng sitaated la Rock loaad e-jonty.
Ilnaois. eat the foUowi tanas, to-wu: Mask U
si uun uta oay oi may a. o , inwa
Adnriadstesuar of ihe estate of Olaf A. AnaVrsoa,
Jacksob at Htrasr, Attorreys.
Children Cry for
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of this oalcbmt.A sobaoaa iNTL.y tgyLwrS5 T
. i 1 1 li nrwi isi jLftfHui:.i
THB TKAVKLER3' OUIUK.
PBTOAOO, ROOK la LSD PAOinO
Railway Ticket, ran ho parehaand or ba
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rktrty-arat sareetrank H. Plammar. Agewt,
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Hack lataad A Whli
K"hlcaco A Dee Moines
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.iI1! .,Dtnr- tD'T.axorpt Sunday .
AH others dalle Telephone KL
Sunday eren'tir-p a Pullmaa sleeper wlfl be at
the d Dot after l(i:hl whieh will ina tor rai.
ge at S:56 a. ta. Monday.
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way Depot First avaaas sad ilyiamiis
I .va. laaasva.
8U L Sprinxneld. Peoria. I I
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epallr. tDally except nusday.
pHICAOO, MILWACKXB ST. PACL
Railway ttaetae A Boethweef a DtvfcrVm
apot Twentieth street, hetwaea Flmt asm
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MaUand Rxprcea T:S0 am Spm
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Dally except Sunday.
Dock Ialasto Fkobxa Baxxwat
bl i S rint AMMa - Twssslstti stress.
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Sborrard AocomaKaUoa.... IMi 4:50 pm
Uasie AonxuaodaUoB S-40am - pm
Cable Aeromiaodatioa titApm y am
Paawenger trains leeve O.B.L A P. (MoUae
avenue) depot five (5) mianlea earlier then timo
given. Tralas marked e AaUr. all Tlkar Brataa
dally except Banday.
DCRLIROTOR. CBSAB BAFIDe
horthem Railway, depot root of Brady
Jreet, UsTrnnort. J as. Marlon, tea. Vb'Tes
Cavenpon Tratea. LaivB I AnrvB
Pseeetiirer , l4 : pm bl0:M am
Freight bTrog imi , qq
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moinc South ai d east. Mo. It runs kstwnsa
Oedar Rapida and Woat Ubarty.
To the East via the
R. I. &P.
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C K I A r Depot
Lv Rock Maad
Twentieth at Depot
Ar Peoria... ...iT
III snaa! smpm
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Ar Jacksonville...... .
ArBt Louis. ..........
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Ax Terr Haute
THROUGH CAR SERVICE
Lines east of Tooria carry throartt
eo aches and slcepirr ears os Bight
tralas to principle cities.
Gen. Tioket AvrMt.
Plamat or nwvATioaiS.
Jj j r. . .-tl cvtr. tcosa -'t
roo so claw sr asPtWAi. eu.
w MB. Don1 take any Aibstitutf? S
5 with the same rime but different -
eprllirr oniabich your drufjist 5
makes Twice as much '.-
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