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THT5 AUGTJD. TUBSDAT, APBIIi 27. 1897-
" S. B. Kara, aUnsgst.
SaS Tuesday, April 27
"The greatest thing that ever bappeut
l!u SLATER & MARTIN 111
The only legitimate organ gatloa so
Rmpeily presenting ihia tort most Amor
al drama. M people, aa entire trala of
special ears, A Immoral at the Dec.a
f alios of Independence.
TBI PICK4NINNT BAND
Til It CHIOLB GIRLS. BAND
THI IMPS tUL WRITS HAND
10-rubaa and Russian Bloodhoatda 10
M-Poules, Donkey, Cieo, Males,
Hone. Bame 90. BBS The giant
I'ulored Boy 8 f oil all, 17 J ear of age.
Monster parade at Loon.
Pries 15, 98, U and 80c. Referred aeata ea
aale at Bleoer'a Jewelry stot i.
IMpcaTm Direction Or OiAMKauN KinotJcCo,
Wednesday, April 28.
The Worl J R Downed Soprano,
Mill ELI EN BEACH
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tatardsy, April lit, at I.ukss TalephoneM.
GST THE BEST
Plum hi np.
All Work On ax no toad.
1C0 THIRD AVENUE
THE PRINCIPAL TEST
Of a Laundry's efficiency seems to
be the way it -does up" a white
shirt, thrmch there are lots of ar
ticles whu.li r Pjtitr mora skill ani
care. We Invite you to compare a
shirt or any other article lanndrled
here with those done elsewhere and
place your patronage accordingly.
We do not fear the teat.
1734 Third Ave. rbone 1314.
aiding. Flooring, WedBaxxratlng
lltk rtcMt, feet 4th ead fife Brunt.
a w wav
ef coast! asHea. Casearrts are the Meal LaxsA
nion, aonireaj. lUitrnn ion. lis.
Batata of Phil'p DtngeMeln, deceased.
The undersigned having bean appointed execu
torof ibe latmil tnd testamtnt of Philip Din
gelden lata ot the county of Boat Island,
state of Illinois, d opened. hereby civee notice
bat he will appear before the county court
si noes isiana connty, at tne omce or tne clera
of aald erurt. In the city of Bock Island, at the
far term, on the am Monday In Hay
next, at which time aU persona having slaims
against laid aetata are notified and requested to
attend, for tbe purpose of baying the same ad
listed. Allpeiaons Indebted to aald aetata are rs
quested to mtke utmsdlata payment to the on-
Dated thla th day of March A D., 187.
PaiLir DiaaaxDioi, Jb., Bxecator.
-Anaia Pli lasts. Attorney.
sta'a of Sosan Bobton, deceased.
Tn an leralgned bavins been appointed ad'
a-t of the eonnry of Rock Island, state of
nil ls, deceased, hereby giTe notice that he
wll aerxar before the eoantv court of Bock Island
ooun'.y, at tbe oBee of the clerk of said conn, in
the city of Rock Island, at the June term on
tne am Monday in Jane next, at which time
1) persons having claims aeatnst eni3 estate are
notified and requested to attend, for the pnrpoaa
of baring the earn a adjusted.
Au persona indebted to said estate are request
ed to make lir mediate payment to theander-
Dated tola ti day of April. A. D. 189T.
Dirai Ronsow, Administrator.
i .oxson A Ilcaar, Attorneys.
STATU OF ILt.IJiOI. M
Fore: Isiasu Coi'g-TT, f
In tne circuit court. May term, 189T, In Chan
Kdwa-d Allay, cmnnHlnait vs. Mary Oshorn, in
ber own right, and a executrix of tbe last will
of Adam Aldsy. d'eessed, William Aldar.
Adnipb Alday. Ka'ie Heter-M.n. Carl Fose, Jol n
H. Mueller end els J Collins, defendants.
Affl.lavuot non-residence of said Mary OVbirn,
both In her own riitht nd as extcntrix of 'he c
tate of Adam Aldar. diceast-d, and of William
A'day an1 Ado pb Aldty, the abore ne
fennante, bavmv been died in tbe clerk's office
of tbe circuit court of raid county, notice
t tbrrfoie bereby riven to the aaid non-rt-ei-drnt
defendants that the complainant tiled hie hill
r f complaint In sa'd coort, on the chancery side
thereof, on the (3d day or March, A. D. 1HM7,
aot that tberrupiitt a sanimona issued out of snid
court, wherein said suit is now pending, reiurn
'h'e on the first Mnnday In the month of
May next, as Is by law required. ow, un
less j n. the said non-rrsident defend'nts
ahore named. Mary Osbom, In our owo right
and as cxrutrix of he estate of Adam
Alday, deceased. William Aliay and Adolpb
Alday, shall personally bo and appear
before aald circuit court, on the lint day
of tbe next term thereof, to be bolden at
hock Island In and for the aald connty, on the
first Mondty in May next, and plead, answer
or demur to the aald complainant's bill of eom
plnlnt, the same and the matters and things
tbtrein charged and staled will be taken aa con
'essed, and a decree entered against jon accord
ing to tbe prajerof said bill.
OroRoa W. Gamlb. Clerk.
Ttork island. 111.. March t, 1897.
J. M. BaanDSLST at C. 1 . BaUBUJ, Complain
PTATB OF ILLINOIS, I
1 ;oca ISLABO OOTJSTT. I
in the circuit coort. the May term, A D.
William Campbell vs Mary Ternary, Charles W.
Terbury, B. B. Lamp. George E. Bailey and
The Hcd Wing Stone Ware company, a corpor
ation. Affidavit of thenon-neidorce of the Bed Wing
Stone Ware company, a corporat'ou. imD leaded
with the ah ve named dt'fendants.Mary Yerbarr,
f'barlci W Terbury, E. K. Lamp, and George E.
Bailey, bavin? been filed in the clerk'a office
of the circuit court of aaid county, notice
Is therefore bereby liven to the aaid non
resident defendant, that tbe complainant above
named filed hia bill of cotnnlaint against yon In
said eonrt, on tbe chancery side thereof, on tbe
in b day of Msrcb, 1P97. and that thereupon a
aummons Issued out of said court, wherein aaid
suit is now pendimr. returnable on the first Mon
day in tbe month of May next, aa is by law
required. Now, unless you, the said non-resident
defendant above nimed. The Ked Wing Stone
ware company, a corporation, snail personally
be and appear before said circuit court, on
the first day of the next term thereof, to be
noiaen at me court nouse in tne city or
Rock Island in and for tbe aald county, on the
first Monday of May next, and plead, answer
or demur to tbe said complainant's bill of com
plaint, tne same and the matters and things
tn rein cnarseo and stated will no taken aa con
fessed, and a decree entered against yon accord
ing to tne prayer or saia mil.
UBOBOS W. VABTBLB, lien.
TVek Island. Illinois. Msrcb 19, 187.
WiLi.ua L.LtniLrH. Complsicani's Solicitor
STATE OF ILLINOIS, I
Boca Islawo OotmTT. I
la the circuit court. May term. 1897, in
Ecwaro B. Guyer, Constance K. Gnver and tier-
rmrt l Blakemore vs. Charles M . Kvder. John
i. Kydir, lislla Christine ny-er, Joan C. 11.
1 le art, JonnC U Read, executor of the !a-t
will and testament of Char e P. rlyder de
ceased; i nomas C. sitter. Mary . N titer,
Wililaia i. fetal, the Molina State savings
Affidavit of non-residence of the defendants.
Charles H Rvder, John G. Kvcer and idelia
Christine Ryder, impleaded wi'k the above d
fendfnla, John C. II Rea4, John C. H. Read, ex
ecutor of tbe last wul and tes ament of Charles
P. Kydcr. deceased: Thomas C. Nitier. Mary A.
Nittcr, William J. Bee), the Molina BUte 8av
Inra tank, bavin a been tiled In tbe clerk's
offioe of tbe circuit erurt of said connty. notice
Is therefore hereby Kiven to tbe aald Lon r si
dent fleftndar t that the ccmplainanta filed tieir
till of eimnlaiol in sa'd court, on the chancery
side thereof, on the 23d day ot March. 1M7.
and that thereupon a summons issued oat of said
conn, wherein said sun is now pending, retnrn
aele on tbe first Monday In tne month of M-
nrx', as is bv law required Now. unless you.
tbe said non rea1.!em d.fendants above named.
Cbarles 11. Ryder. Jobs U. Rrdrr and lUella
Christina Rjd. r. ahali personally bs and appear
before said circuit court, on tbe fin-t day of
the next term thereof, to he bolden at Rock
Island, lo atd for Ibe said conotv. on the first
Monday in May Text and ple-d. answer or
d.m r to the said compiainanta bill of complaint.
tbe iimc end the natters and ttilnca therein
cbanred and tUd will be taken as con'eseed.
and a decree entered against yon according to tbe
prayer ot sata uiti.
GKORGB W. GAMBLE. Clexk
Ttoe TsHsad. III- March , 187
B EL GCTKa, Complainants' Solicitor.
are the most fatal of all
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Democrats Decline a Republican
BILL 13 DT A VEEY TIGHT PLACE.
Cannot Be Retorted to the Seaate With-'
on the Consent of Tones or vmdm, and
His Consent Depends on Concessions for
the West That He Will Demand White's
TIewa aa to Consideration tv th Whole I
Senate Finance Committee.
Washington, April 27. The Demo
cratic members of the finance committee
will not accept the proposition made by
their Republican colleagues to allow the
tariff bill to be reported direct to the
senate without passing through the
hands of the full committee, and have
so notified the Republican members.
White, a member of the finance commit-
tee, was asked his views regarding the 1
matter, and is believed to have voiced
the views of all the Democratic mem- !
bers ln his reply. He said: "I would be
glad to gratify the personal inclinations
of any senator, but speaking for myself
only I am unable to perceive the pro
priety of such a course, and cannot ac
quiesce in it. When the bill is reported
to the senate the Democratic members
ought to be able to immediately lay be
fore their colleagues a . comparatively
full statement of tbe infirmities of the
proposed measure. This cannot be done
unless the subject is properly discussed
in committee, and if examined there
with care much labor will he saved when
the proposition is submitted to the sen
ate. Wonld Be a Novel Scheme.
"If the Democratic members are of any
use on the committee it must be because
they will be able to give this informa
tion. Besides, a fair presentation of the
views of the minority may lead to im
mediate changes in the improvement of
the bill. If we consent to the adoption
of the plan outlined by the Republican
members It will be said that we have
given away our case and are present
ing but half-hearted opposition. Such
a scheme would be novel, would require
explanation, and cannot result favora
bly to the public interests. If our Re
publican brethren have improved the
till so as to make it passably digestible
they can afford to submit it to careful
einrl conservative criticism in the com
-yuite a Time," Well, Ten.
"The country, of course, understands
that the Rebuplican members cf the
finance committee have had the bill
since it passed the house, and that the
minority have interposed no obstruction
and have not been in a position to Intel
ligently examine a single schedule, and
this situation will not be altered until
the details of the measure are disclosed.
I do not complain of the delay. The sub
ject Is of grave import, and the gentle
men who have been preparing amend
ments have worked assiduously and are
no doubt troubled because of the extra
ordinary burden imposed upon tham by
the house. Thus far there has been no
real debate on the bill, and while I am
most anxious to see the session closed
I know that quite a time will be neces
sarily consumed in legitimate discus
Retroactive Clause a Scare row.
I have been frequently asked
whether the retroactive clause will be
eliminated. I can only say that I
thoroughly agree with the criticisms
made upon this peculiar provision by
Senator Vest, and do not think that it
can be retained, nor do I believe that it
was ever intended to pass a bill contain
ing such a restriction. Its insertion by
tne house was designed to scare im
porters. I have no reason to suppose
tnat any Democratic member of the
finance committee favors the direct re
port of the measure to the senate. We
have had no formal meeting yet"
REPUBLICANS EXPRESS SURPRISE.
Opposition Not la the Habit of Attempting
Amendment In Committee-
Washington, April 27. -The Republi
can members of the committee express
surprise at the refusal of the Demo
crats to allow the tariff bill to go dl
rect to the senate instead of passing
through the committee. They say the
Democratic members have indicated no
desire to suggest amendments; that it
would be unusual if they should at
tempt to modify the bill in committee,
and that the proceeding of putting it
through the full committee will be pure
ly perfunctory. They show confidence
in being able to secure an early report.
even though there is opposition to m
mediate presentation to the senate, and
they count confidently upon the as
sistance of Jones of Nevada in getting
the measure out of the committee.
The Republican members' now expect
to be able to send the bill to the printer
tomorrow night, and to present it to the
full committee Thursday. They admit,
however, that there is still considerable
detail work to be done, and Allison and
Aldrich, both said last night that there
was no absolute certainty of carrying
this programme into execution. The
Democrats have not yet decided how
much time they may want for the con
sideration of the bill ln committee, and
will not be able to decide until they see
the amended bill, and also ascertain the
position that Jones of Nevada, will as
sume toward the measure.
He will hold the balance of power in
the committee, and if he throws his in-
SYSTEM OF MEDICINE.
i Lter.port HttltSi Institute
w SpeciAitics: AiUfCAKhsY-
V$ rsjaewarjanm, He&aV. Dt-ASM-a. Hwt. StOBBttefc,
Se-tx) at erau ia iwar WewirTeT ttw "Medical
Mrax-MMTT.- SM4 WmaTWewia Afccct.
ft aibs-niitMB f& aak-M ptjrli tlx ccata ta
ttaeapa wttfr tmv in nwm nilittea.
AattrcM mil aMIIJfli.IaalM.
403 Irs St
VrJeac wiOt (ha Dcmocra.ta tney can
hola the bln ln committee tor an indef-
lnlte length of time. He has told the
Republican members of the committee
that he etui holds views favorable to
protecuun, ana nww bivcb wiciii w un
derstand that he will support the bill If
It conforms to his Ideas. He has asked
ln a general way for Increased pro
tection on the products of the far west.
If these concessions are made It Is not
believed that he would assist in holding;
the bill in committee for any length ot
time, even if the Democrats should so
AS TO THE STATUS OF DOGS.
Property Position la "Between the Devil
and the Deep Sea.'
Washington. April 17. The United
States supreme court yesterday decided
a case involving a claim for damages
for killing a dog, which had made Its
way from the lower courts of New Or
leans through the various phases of liti
gation to be finally decided here, in op
position to the claim. The suit was in-
stituted by George W. Sentell, Jr., vs.
the New Orleans and Carrollton Rail
road company. The dog, a Newfound
land valued at $200, was kiled by a car
owned by the railroad company. The
case turned upon the validity of an act
of the Louisiana legislature recognizing
dogs as personal property only when
placed upon the assessment rolls. In
this case the dog- was not assessed. Jus
tice Brown delivered the opinion of the
court, sustaining the constitutionality
of the'law and refusing damages. Jus
tice Brown laid down the law in regard
to dogs in general in the following
The very fact that they are without
protection of the criminal laws shows
that property in dogs is of an Imperfect
or qualified nature, and that they stand
as it were between animals ferae nat
urae, in which until subdued there is no
property, and domestic animals, in
which the risht of property is complete.
They are not considered as being upon
the same plane with horses, cattle, sheep
nd other domestic animals, but rather
in the category of cats, monkeys, par
rots, singing: birds and similar animals
kept for pleasure, curiosity or caprice
Unlike domestic animals, they, are use
ful neither as beasts of burden, for
draught nor for food."
WHAT IS NEEDED IN ALASKA.
Odions Comparison Between Onr Wars
and British Ways.
Washington, April 27. C. H. Hmilton,
now of Alaska, is in the city on business.
Hamilton is the secretary and assistant
manager of the North American Trans
portation and Trading company at Fort
Cudahy, which is situated, not in Alas
ka, but just across the boundary in
Queen Victoria's dominions. He says
What we need most in Alaska is some
kind of government. At Fort Cudahy
law and order prevail, as they do al
ways where British dominion exists.
We call the English slow, but on some
very great matters they are not half so
dilatory as our people. On the Ameri
can side there is no semblance of au
At Circle City, lower down on the
Tukon, is a population of 1,800 people,
and yet there is not a magistrate or po
lice officer to repress lawlessness. It is
a pretty sure thing that this season will
bring in a big influx of miners, and
among them will be many tough charac
ters. I fear that unless some precautions
are taken by the United States govern
ment serious trouble may ensue at some
of the mining settlements."
Senate and Honse Did Nothing.
Washington, April 27. The senate
chamber hafl a deserted appearance
when the session opened yesterday.
many of the senators having gone to
New York to attend the Grant cere
monies. When the Indian bill was re-
ported back from the house an effort
was made to send it to conference, but
Gorman objected, saying that it had
been understood that no business what
ever was to be transacted. Thereupon,
at 12:05 p. m. the senate adjourned to
The house held a purely formal ses
sion. Many oi tne members had gone
to New Tork to attend the Grant tomb
exercises, and under the arrangement
made last Friday, after the reading of
the journal an adjournment was imme
diately taken until Thursday. The pres
ident's message transmitting the report
of the Mexican boundary line commis
sion was, however, received before ad
Appeal in the Lena Case.
Washington, April 27. United States
Minister Terrell has cabled the state
department from Constantinople that
the Turkish minister of foreign affairs
has promised to entertain an appeal in
the Lenx case, and that steps are being
taken to perfect it. Lens was a young
American bicyclist who was killed by
Kurds near Erzeroum In Turkey. Our
minister at Constantinople induced the
Turkish government to prosecute the
murderers, but before the case came to
trial they were all allowed to slip away
from the country and the trial by de
fault ended in an acquittal.
Three More Ohio Men in Clover.
Washington, April ' 27. Among the
nominations sent to the senate yester-
oay were the following: William R.
Day, of Ohio, to lie assistant secretary
of state: Bellamy Storer, of Ohio, to be
minister to Belgium; George M. Fisk,
of Ohio, to be second secretary of the
embassy of the United States at Berlin
Huntington Wilson, of Illinois, to be sec
or.d secretary of legation of the United
States at Tokio, Japan. Postmasters
Frank E. Benjamin. Terre Haute. Ind.
Henry Curran, Stevens Point, Wis.
Dividends for Bank Creditors.
Washington, April 27. The comptrol
ler of the currency has declared divi
dends in favor of the creditors of in
solvent national banks as follow
Thirty per cent.. First National bank, of
Olvmpia. Wash.; 8 per cent-. First Na
tional bank, of Bedford City, Va.; 30
ner cent.. First National bank, of
Lamed. Kan.; 7 per cent.. Merchants'
National bank, of Great Fails. Mont.
2V. oer cent.. Third National bank, of
Detroit, Mich.: 2t4 per cent. First Na
tional bank, of Vernon. Tex.
Point for Cities Decided.
Washington. April 27. The supreme
court yesterday upheld the municipal
government of the city of Baltimore in
its claim to the right to decide whether
a street should accommodate one or two
street car tracks. The decision was ren
dered in tbe case of the city of Balti
more vs. the Baltimore Trust and Guar
antee company. ....
HE HAS WRECKED THE BANK,
Tonna; Caaein'a Shortage a Atlanta Will
no isTsrM Tueee a3,ooa.
Atlanta. April 27. Harry A. Cassin,
cashier of the Georgia Savings, Loan
Bankine comnanv. who nn Riinriav
confessed to being a defaulter to the
extent of $45,000, and whose friends had
engaged to pay up his shortage to keep
n out oi jau, is now Denind the bars
Fulton Drinon. At a mestlne nf ih.
board of directors of the institution
hich was robbed a brief examination
r the books was made and this resulted
l the astoundins? disonvM-v th, Ka
bank, which was supposed to be one of
the most Drosrjeroua in the- tnt hs
barely a cent's worth of assets.
jnsteaa or we shortage being (15.000
will be- several times that nm
instead of young Cassin being the bear
er or tne entire guilt it is now balieved
that at least one other conspicuous of
ficial will share a cell with him. A re
markable chain of evidence has been
tne immediate result oi Cassin s en-
fnrrwl ennfMslnn. Ths fnmnanw Y r,
over 400 agents at work In different cit-
s. several nunarea tnousana dollars
mrti rt Its hnndH havp tiMkn tiolA -
gilt-edge securities by people in Mem
phis, New Tork, Boston, Philadelphia
Doings of the Illinois Legialatnre.
Springfield, April 27. The senate con
vened at 6 o'clock last evening. No
quorum was present, and after reading
the journal the body adjourned till to
day. In the house the special commit
tee appointed to Inspect the executive
mansion reported, recommending an ap
propriation of $30,000 for repairs. The
house started reading house bills the
first time, but the order was soon inter
rupted by numerous requests for unan
imous consent to take up measures out
of the regular order. Suttle's anti-department
store bill, prohibiting a cor
poration engaging in the business of re
tailing merchandise, was ordered to sec
ond reading. Buckner's civil rights bill
was advanced to third reading. Shan
nan's bill prohibiting continued and
brutal bicycle racing was ordered to
LeglHlatnre of f lie Hawkeye State.
Des Moines, la.. April 27. The pros
pects for the final adjournment of the
legislature during this week are not
bright, owing to disagreement between
the two houses over several important
measures and the failure of the commit
tee investigating the office of state
printer and binder to report. This com
mittee is still hearing evidence, and it
is now stated that it will not be able
to report during the coming week. The
sensation of the sessions of the com
mittee so far was the evidence of It. P.
Clarkson, editor of the Des Moines
Register. He filed with the committee
a guaranteed proposition to do the state
printing and binding for six years at a
price 25 per cent, less than that fixed
by the senate bill.
Shaw's Garden To Be Enlarged.
St. Louis, April 27. The board of
trustees of the Missouri Botanical Gar
den, better known as Shaw's Garden,
have decided to Increase its area by the
addition of 100 acres and expend at
least $150,000 upon its improvement.
Plans are being prepared by the Olm
steads, of Boston, the noted lan'ocape
gardeners, who improved Central Park,
New ork, and built the Wooded island
at the World's fair, Chicago.
Vernon's Death Was Not Murder.
Media, Pa., April 27.-nJustice of the
Peace Sloan has discharged from
custody Leslie Pearce, and all the other
defendants arrested as a result of the
boxing bout at the Olympia Athletic
club at Athens last Thursday when
Billy" Vernon, or Vollmer, of Haver-
straw, N. Y., was knocked out in the
fourteenth round and died two days
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Chronic rheumatism, sciaiica, lambsgo or pais ln
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Personal letters to Prof. Munyon, 1905 Arch
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Insurance and Loans
Boom 4 Mitchell Lvnde bne.
White Seal saloon
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Second averjae, seeond Boat.
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The old fire and Time-tried
Oompanles Bets sailed.
Losses Promptly Paid.
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Ashlar and trimmings
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Quarries IS miles from Book
Island oa the C, B. Q. B. B.
Train Noa. 6 and 10 will nop
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Sample! of Stone I aad Photos of
Build' ugi eaa be aeea at Boom
No. IS, Mitchell Lynde's build
Arthur Bnnrall, manager,
Rock Island or Colona. 111.
8TATB OP ILLINOIS, I
To whom It mr coneem: Notice la berehv
given that t"e anderriamed. aa attorney for
Harry Hioea. will oa tne iiieeo-n "r sii,
IxtfT. apply to tbe governor f It is state for a
pardon of ths said llarry Hmes. f met ths Iliin-is
eiu nnili.nllu. st Joltet. H". tbe said HiPT
Hieea. bavins fatr-t-sfore. In the ea d eoanty of
Bicklaland, la the cuesit court of said antv,
at the Mav term ot said so n is tbe year lbat,
been convicted of tbe crime of burtrtsry, aad apon
his said eonvictioa. ae aforesaid, been srataawd
to imprisonment ia tae a'oressiu pei wwj iot
aa IndaAaitc term. fws - ctr.:
Attorney fur Uarr iiszss.
IS ON THE
OF EVERT '
Caftorla is pat cp ta ana aba bottfss (air. II
ye Is set sold la balk. Beat allow uvea ta sail
yoa aayuuBf alas aa us piea ar nranua taw n
is just aa good" ana "will answer very na-
sr"Bee that joa gat G-A-B-T-O-B-X-A,
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murcaune via Wilton..
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Bnnday evealnea a Palunaa slaspat 1
the denot aftee IoTbQ. wklak wUl laana
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-t.Panl Biptsaa salt pat II tataai
frwightaridAririisiaiiilata. tr mm taoaat
Dally axoept Sunday.
ROOK ISLABD FBOBIA BAILWAr
Depot Pint awsaw aad wn mains sweat
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trains leave O.. B. T. B P. fBollas
a enaa) depot fve (ft) adnuass aardar tksa UaM
van, xratna aaaraaa " aauf, au sassy amia
To the East via the
R. I. & P.
Lv IMveupualii ...
Perry B treat dapot
Lv Kock Island
CBI P Dapot
Lv Rock Island .
I SB psa
TwenUeth et Depot
Ar B loomlnftoa
r Indiana pons
V St Louis
V Lincoln , , ,
THROUGH CAR SERVICE
Unas eaat of PeorU eexry throw
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tnlaa to piiaelpie eitSwf
R. STOCK HOUSE,
(ler. Tlresrt Aawat.
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psevsiHb Marking eiiu.u t
TM am llSOsaa
tlB am 1 11 pen
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10 Mam lasses
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