Newspaper Page Text
ran ahottp; Iroy oat. .yfT-KMwin! i s tct.
tUOAKKUS A MflCAISBXa,!
Aawa-tOT. m Law.
JAUOJS UUUT, I
I 4. J. BUACU. J
f wm cwmw Area. 0- X
Wat, U LUDULTU, 2
8 IMMf Mtlti S
A NMM M4MOMMMIM U.
CUA&LK3 J. SXaJLLX,
OnaaeeOof M law. 09m k
CaMal MMtf aa SOWS SejewHtTt SJaaw I
SOMa.aoaa ltlnMt Miteaea I
Lraea. MNA LSm. mi
CHAS. It. 1IUBBELL,
Attoraey at Law
Juntos af tha taaao, Offleo la tb
C'1 flail Tata.buae HI DareasorV 1
DR. W1L M. PATIOS.
ate Rwailaat rTUtaa aa4 ww
f Cow twwalf IkMptteL CMWf
OSleoa Mllll TTMMt hanaW.
I Thlnt eraau aaa awveateeoth Itreal
r. n. first, m. d.
Ftpltlu Ml Bariwea. at
aa rr. rmiea. cw Twea. 5
Matb WMl Hoar MMIIk
a.: I tataa ttnta av aaaee, IS)
keiste, a.;! Ml a m.
C I. HILVIS.
OW EfWl HMfe Ik ITU MtMl fta
K. T. PK3TAL "ABLUSS,
IIS A Thirl St.!
iitWWM Fatateea MMI
war. M oaeaalf IM HHl
JAKX3 P. BUBBXLU
a UUI, g
HI5BT 0AJTTJX. Prep
cm rawara see pmimmm
JJ R. CHA1IBIRLIB,
Caaaaaalaa la. OK,. . . . B4 labia
OICm Booa M MileUU A Lyide
B.cek, TaWpaoae Ho. 10S0.
l4't . ,";l'r.
f Sound Lungs J
V are kept sound and weak lungs
Z ,rc naJe strong by Dii. fibXL S
5 Pixk-Tak-Honky acirntif.c
remedy of the matt wonderful
, , eftcaey ia ail long affections.
i rara- imi kr april af fcrrr
i ity rt'" iiawitfM i
THot wnnM Ik mcb M wntw
Z coku,ort throat, bronchitis. aih-1
ma, whoojiaj coagh and croup.
I rrW tnc, umI M InttK At all '
WAWTICD-YOrNO CL TO A85T3T I!
aT4BrmJ KnaaaaAi Attlw VI ur
WAKTFD-A GIRL ttB ;tNCSAL
WANTED A OIUL FOR GENERAL
homework n maJI tunllv. ami, an
Twaatiath Mreav Mum brine raferecce.
WASTEO-TWO OR THRKE FTRNISHED
roona m Drlrata f unilr- ml
bnaiw aa4 batt prlvitef ea. Addrea C, Aauca
WAJrrnv-oooDS to btorx tx cheap,
Jma aa4 Urtal atorawa mn. wit aLa.
aaior t ia 8moc4 arenia. Joaaey Jonaa
WASTEO-A GOOD. 11RJGHT BrSDJESS
ration L. Adair. Kim ball bouM, DiTenport!
" aa aak aa. aam
HVa IV BV Ha
ttTAHTED-TO LOAM HOMEY ON DIA
.iiiiim, jawwry, iirawm,
BMraiaa. atoihiaa. Ary
roc4a twrnlaara, im. Blbaa aak prloai
patA lor aaauaA ks aoooa of an ktooa alM.
ta aoora foooa tnt aala a kalf taa axial
anrMaaUaL Ola acw aaicbar and loaatlr.
Id AtanaA A,naaa. Ikat Imm f, 1 w
4mo. Two rlacj oa UIT.
FOR OX NT.
tfOR REHT A riVE ROOM FLAT OX
K Tkirt araaaa. CattatkLAK.
rXJR RENT Sin A ROOM COTTAGE.
A. No. Rl Twaitth 4rel. tqoira axt
IJXMI RKXT-norSR Olf FORTY THIRD
A? atraal laaulra of a, at. filanat. in
COR RENT-TWO NICELY FURNISHED
A. roona with board la prlTata fasUlr. Io
alra M JiJ TwcaUaU atraav
fpOR RENT FCRNISflEO ROOM WITH
A. mm hr and vtiTiK-ra at bath, la
alra at W4 TaaaUaia auaak
EMI RKNT FOrR ROOM FLATONTWEN
A? Math avaaa: HI rwr aoath. Aaaty M C,
a. ItaAorA. MaaoBlaTsaaia btoek.
rwaorvrar nnrii m am
ath araaaa aaA Taath nana, Nawtopa-
wmm p .in iia. arWNuaxnr.aeu,
tTOR BALK-COAL IN ANY onAMTrrv
IvaraA ao uioni aanof U oltr. Lea a
at roaaarnal hoaaa bartwabop, Itooh
COR HALS OR EXCHANGE-A GOOD
Av aatla kakar an la . mm iaa r.u .
- 0MfMMN(in h MkW BW-
aaaa. WUI Mka rai aataM ta atoaaaaa. Call
a aoara aaabar lor raruaalara.
'Cock or the Walk"
! the laaadrj btulmai b what oar
patrooa own ei to ba. So 70a can't
bUaaa as far'.crowingarbmwa bare
woatbeibjUea jonr abirtfronu,
rollara, enSi and ablit waiats. We
do the beat wotk In town, aad are
hjoktaj for your bundle. Shall ve
tat tt. Bin Phone Hit,
p Ann r. 110 iauzidiit
1TM TUrl At.
Hare roa Sore Throat, rtnalaa, Ccpprr
CaaaWftcoi AeUa. OA Sana. I W t.
Moath. UatrFalttat? Wrtta Oonx Bunnr
Oo Maaala fcsF'. CMeago, in., (or
'ffiwata e cam: caaitaL tSAaJKM. Warat
fM wed fa u la dara. lotvaaca
Given the Proposal for the Ettab
lishment of Postal Savings
Banks in This Country-
soke EEnrrra er tee bystem,
WMh a aw atatarttcai Facta Draws fraaa
. tha Ezaarieaca af Cwaatrtca Watch Bar
Till tk Brh.aa OaclaraA Ta Ba
NetlAar Oaatly Nov Rkfcy FraflU Shawa
r Frwaea aaa Graat Britala Xlaatoa af
Fraaalar taarlar aad Hla Collaayaaa.
Waahlnston, Not. 15. Postmaster
Oaneral Gary' annual report Is made
public The moat Interesting part la that
relating to postal aavlngs banks, which
is as follows, summarized: Many mill
Ions or dollars are undoubtedly secreted
by people who have little or no confi
dence la ordinary securities and mone
tary Institutions organized by private
citizens. It la dead capital, but if its
owners could be inspired with absolute
confidence In the security of an Invest
ment it is altogether probable that the
bulk of this fund would find Its way In
to the channels ot trade and commerce.
U the government undertook this task
the service would undoubtedly be gladly
accepted by the people. Their faith In
the government is unbounded. Their lit
tle savings, which separately could
hardly be put out at interest, would
amount In the aggregate to a sum that
could be Invested to their advantage
What toe System Would Accompllab.
It would tend to cultivate thrift in a
large class, realising the advantage of
depositing with the government Instead
of wastefully and uselessly expending;
it would tend to better citizenship.
bringing Into closer relationship the gov
ernment and its citizens and developing
practical and enduring patriotism. This
growth of patriotic sentiment and good
citizenship constitute a powerful appeal
10 statesmanship to make a war for
these beneficent consequences. The
proposition is an accomplished fact In
nearly every country In Europe, In the
British dependenclea of both hemis
phere", and even in Hawaii, in Great
Britain 7.000.000 depositors have upward
of ltiM.000,000 In savings accumulated
during thirty-five yean, and In ten years
fewer than 10,000 Hawaiian depositors
saved nearly 1.000.CCO. Deposits in Can
ada In twenty years exceeded 123,000,000.
Little Low and Small Coat,
There vast accumulations have been
made with the least possible lues to the
governments which guarantee their re
payment, and with e minimum of cost
to the millions of depositors. More than
1,000 postal aavinga accounts In Euro
pean offices are held by miners and ever
two-thirds by the most humble callings.
It is essentially the bank of this class.
Postal savings would cot conflict with
other savings banks, but would encour
age savings rather than accumulations.
The conversion of money order offices In
to savings depositories would soon afford
Infinitely more facility for receiving In-
tirest-bearlng deposits than the Inter
est-raying banks do now. .
Sorarity tha Frlaaary Object or the Syatero.
Security, and not the rate of Interest
la the primary and essential condition of
such a system; and bonds of states.
counties, and municipalities and rtal es
tate furnish an illimitable field. The
port master general says that
nearly every country permits Its
most popular coin as the minimum
amount of deposit, varying from t
cents in India to fl In Canada. Maxi
mum deposits wary from $295 In Franca
to I3.43S In New Zealand. France made
a profit In 1S35 of $170,000 In handling
1500,000 accounts aggregating $143,000.
000, after paying S per cent Interest
Great Britain earned a surplus of $83,000
aner paying zH per cent Interest on
MM.000,000, made up ot 6.500,000 ac
orn visitors from canada.
TMr Trio to Waaalngtom aad la Far
Fwaaa Arraagad at Laadoa at J aaa.
Washington. Nov. 15. While the plans
or the Canadian contingent now in
Washington in cc.ioction with the seal
conference are net finally fixed It Is the
present expectation that Sir Wilfrid
Laurier, the premier, with Sir Louis
Davles and his personal following, will
leave Washington on t-:- return home
today or tomorrow. T i r; . .3 on seal
life for England and C Thompson
and Maroun, however, will remain here
for a time pursuing the conferences in
which they are now engaged with the
United States experts. The statement
was made Saturday that .the present
visit of Sir Wilfrid and Sir Louis Da
vles was arranged at London during
BY THE GREAT OURS
Any Pruggist will sell you a
Bottle for a Dollar.
TaraaiaaatMawwMwraftrttaaaaw a awt
sfMcatr a-a it. v. irana, muaiftaa, . r.
I had been f fteea rears In the thralldoa of
anirahcHt; trird all whniib of medicine. In doubt
ami ileiiair I tnrd Ant.Kvm)Mftia.aiul rma
the Urn done was rein-red. and now hare a per-
If the drvggist hasn't it. send SI .00
r yjka jfTgTp wRom us
and we will send it. charges prepaid.
FREHC1I CHEUlCAL CO.
the queen's Jubilee, whoa c?r.-rirr.
were held batwn tjirA fiallahim
Chamberlain and the Canadian officials!
vxuonet FXMter.the American seal com
mlarioner, was In London at the time,
aad was apprised ot the proposed visit
aad of the sanction ot the London an-
inonues. This statement was called
t by tha mlaannmhanatnn aa n k.
official character of the present visit
Tho Canarf fa A vMtnra k,n
aoyed at reports telegraphed to Canada
ta um enact max ue -visit was ar
ranged by a private gentleman of Tor
onto who was In Waahinrtnn mm,h.
When this report was called to the at
tention of Sir Louis Davles helaughllng-
staiea tnat it doubtless was inspired
a daafra tt nralnrif na mil Ka1I1, ,v.
nreaent vlalt in tha ,tm r ,,
dlaa people. Without reflection on this
Bcnueman personauy u was stated that
he had no part in bringing about the
visit, and that the entire arrangement
uau oeen maae in ijonaon during the
That nlan. It wraa atataA mfwjm
only to the Behring sea meeting, and
the oresent visit waa offlHni nniv in
relation to that one question. At the
same time the visit afforded the op-
Dortunltv for an nnnffirfnt nplunn n
views on all the various questions af
fecting the relations between the Unit
ed States and Canada. Tha nnhi.
- ... WI.Ul.
are more or less Interwoven with the
iiennng sea question, and the consid
eration of one invnlvpa tn anma e.ta.l
the discussion of all of them. The de
sire waa, therefore, to give the views ot
the Canadian officials nn nil thaaa mk.
Jects, and at the same time to secure
uic vicwa ui liic American omciais in
the hone that some common rrmmil nf
agreement might be secured.
xne purpose or tnis preliminary Ala,
CUSSlon. It Is stated, la n nava l
an official aspect later in case any com
mon ground ot agreement presents Itself
such as the formation of a commission
to consider all pending questions. The
reciprocity meeting will be one of the
Several unofficial rilaenaatrma it i Ath
etoses any basis for mutual action, then
tat EUDjeci may assume an official phase
RAPID ACTION OF JUSTICE.
trife-Mnrderer, Two Weeks After His
crime, la the reaitentiary.
Denver, Colo.. Nov. 15. Frederick CL
Sanchez is now a convict in Canon City
penitentiary, doing a life sentence for
the murder of his young wife on Oct
3L In less than two weeks from the
Commission Of tha rrima tha nrl.nnn
has been the subject of a lynching party
tnai was frustrated through the vig
ilance or tne snerirr, a Jury has found
him mill ty. he has been sentenced ami la
In the state's prison. Sanches is related
to tne best families of New Mexico, but
has been the black sheen or tha flwir
His father has often interfered to save
him from the law, and finally was com
pelled to send him awav frr.m hla nativa
territory to avoid prosecution for at
tempting tne uie 01 aiiss uernaituo, to
whose hand he aspired.
She BDurned hla ault and t.a t,-lA a
avenge himself, but was foiled In his de
sign. It Is suspected that he sought out
Miss Jennie Warren, of Metropolis, Ills.,
through a matrimonial agency, for the
exprera purpose of insuring her life and
then killing her. The insurance aggre
gated $11,000. With this sum the pris
oner expected to. return to his own pec
tus aim renew nis attentions to nis for
mer Sweetheart- Hla defansa waa that
he shot hla wife while in a half-awakened
somnambulistic state, underthe im
pression that che was a burglar.
TO KILL OFF BASE BALL THUGGERY.
National Leagoe Magnates Propose to For
ever ifwarrlbe the Thnga.
Philadelphia, Nov. 15. The annual fall
meeting of the National Base Ball
League was brought to a close Satur
day evening. The double umpire system
was adopted; provision was made for
the Fupprefslon of rowdyism cn the ball
field, and it was decided to have four
trips between the sections Instead of two
The resolution adoDted with Mferenra
to raising the standard of behavior cf
players on the ball field provides for a
committee of three to formulate and re
port at the spring meeting a plan which
win aenne roui, indecent and obscene
language on the field anil nrnvrih. a
method of procedure for the punishment
of offenders, the penalty for wlhch of-
xense, upon conclusive proof, shall be
expulsion with a prohibition of engage
ment by any dub oneratlnir under
tection of the national agreement with
out the possibility of pardon or rein
statement Brush. Soden and Hart were
appointed as the committee to formulate
And Tate la "Bleeding- Kanaaat"
Kansas City. Nov. 15. Jack rmdri a
white farmer living seven miles west of
Kansas City, Kaa., shot and killed Ed
ward Carter, an aged negro, while the
latter waa atflndlmr In tha nm. 1.1-
home on the Eastwood farm, and fatal
ly wounaea carters 18-year-old son,
William. Dodda waa trmtnl ami -n..
he shot the men because he was unable
to realise on $10 worth of improvements
ne naa expended on the cabin, which
Was owned bv Carter'a rnnnlmM am
formerly occupied by Dodda
Tillage Pnaldeat Charged with Theft.
Alleean. Mich- Nov. IS. Dr. v stnoh
president of the village of Allegan, was
arrested Saturday charged with the em
bezzlement of arooda from tha ifnia anr.
of E. T. Van Ostrand. Dr. Stuch had
tor years carried a key to the store, in
order to fill his own prescriptions, and
Van Ostrand claims that he has taken
from the stock articles amounting to
hundreds of dollars without accounting
Notable Foot Ball Tiawa
Chicago. NOV. 15. Following ara tha
scores of the most lmnortont nf Situ,.
day's foot ball games: Harvard 0. Tale
; Wisconsin Z3. Chicago ; Brown 18,
Carlisle 14: Michigan 14 Minnaanta n-
Purdue 30, Missouri 12. There were a'
numner 01 players Hurt and a few
bones broken, but no one killed or seri
ously wounded. At the Yale-Harvard
gam there were 30.000 spectators.
Bay Tanothy. WOl wDo, MOsT
III! ISIH r Wla fulfil fata WhS. Tm m 1 - - -
Doeka AUre. To; dreaaed, lOe.
Coal Soft, lOo.
Catiia-Buiebert pay tor eora fed steen
tthao; cows aad heifers, sOAHe; ealvea, 4MO
A J3REviATED TELEGRAMS,
Adolnh Luetcert'a aeonnd trial a
charge ot wife murder at Chteaan ku
been set for Nov. 22.
Hones are cheaper than corn in Kan
sas. The ownar or a Kanaaa nuh
buys them to fatten his hogs.
Michael defeated Titus two miles in
the twentv-flve-tnil mm fa,, et nan
the Coliseum, Chicago, Saturday night
Jsx-Kepresentatlve Frank W. MondelL
f Wovaiinr will ba annnlntail B.da.M
commissioner ot the general land office
Eddie Harper," the 13-year-old son of
J.P.Harner.of Waatnnrt tn
m awvaa uuv UIW
aeif toescaoeawhtonlnefrom hla aeltonl
Ex-Renreaentativa John WT Tdnntnn
one of the most prominent colored men
of the country, is seriously ill In his
home at Washington.
Joseph Williams, fireman of the North
ern Pacific Trana-poiXtlnental train
committed suicide by Jumping Into the
ure-wa ot ms engine.
Secretary Gaee has hamad a hv.ia
letter directing that hereafter all claims
tor services or the Union Pacific Ball
road comnany asainst tha nnmnnt
be settled and paid In cash.
George M. Reynold, tha mnn. ni-
dent of the Des Moines National hanlr
announces that he has accepted the offer
of the cashiership ot the Continental
National bank at Chicago.
nier Justice Doster and Associate
Justice Allen, constituting i miwu.
of the Kansas supreme court, named
Mrs. Annie T. Diggs. the "little plat
form orator." as state librarian.
John Ailing & Co.. Wholasala IibaI.
ware. 63 and 55 Lake street. Chicago.
nave soia out to Hibbard, Spencer
Bartlett AV Co.. a rival oa tho. . "
thoroughfare in the same line ot busi
ness. - ,
Judee A. M. Eaanett nn ni.. vnn
-- " buiiiq iivum
after tha family had retired at night,
went Into the pantry and ate a piece ot
pumpkin pie, which had been prepared
to DOlson rats. He la now liHno o, ,t,.
point of death.
The famous trial of Chnriac T. nnu.
for the murder of hla
Hastings, last spring, came up at Jack
sonville, Hla, Saturday. A motion for
a change of venue wa9 denied. The
case will come up again. Dec. 4.
Asa Hodeman. until three waaira a.
secretary of the district council of the
United Brotherhood of Carpenters and
Joiners of America, has disappeared
from Chicago after. It is said, having
embezzled over $3,000 cf the labor unions'
Tube Combine Organized.
Pittsburar. Nov. 15 Tho Sk.ih To,
company which was Incorporated under
the laws of Pennsylvania Oct. 28, 1897,
Was organized here Snlnrrlnir Th
capital stock Is $3,000,000. The new cor
poration is officered as follows: Presi
dent. W. E. Miller, of Elyria, O.; treas
urer, w. is. Miller, of Shelby. O.; secre
tory, H. H. Stockley, of Shelby, O. The
general offices of the Shelby Steel Tube
company will be at Ellwand, p. Tho
selling offices are to be located at Clcve
Horace White oa Cunwoor Reform.
Washington. Nov. 15. Horace tvhita
author of "Money and Banking," has
submitted a paper on. currency reform
to the monetary commission tha nut.
v -av aja,
which is retirement of the greenbacks.
an elastic banking currency based on
business assests. and the unequivocal
adoption of the gold standard. He says
the sliver dollars are "metallic green
backs." BobL 1 "Lincoln's Son-la-Law.
Mount Pleasant. Ia.. Nov. lS.-Wim,
Beckwlth. who elooed with Jrcd t.i.
coln, daughter of Kebert Lincoln, Is at
home here. He takes the . nntoriatv
sained by his escapade very quietly, and
recuses to say anything about his fut
ure. He has been in hard practice for a
foot ball game today between the Iowa
Wesleyan university and Monmouth col
Cocoes Oat for Flat Koaay.
Boise, Ida., Nov. 15. The Boise Senti
nel, official organ ot the People's party
of the state, announced In its last issue
that henceforth it will fly the banner of
fiat money. Instead of free sliver at 1
to 1. the attainment of the latter being
considered too remote.
Alalser Wins a Shoot.
London, Nov. 13. A dispatch to Tha
Daily Mail from Berlin says: ."Em
peror William made the highest shoot
ing record in a battue on the estate of
Prince Lichnowskl at Kucholna."
An cast end London doro-v-man nn
sent out invitations to a jubilee ban
quet among the poor of his parish
and received 70 acceptanees on an
nouncing that he would have no beer
lost 63 of his guests and was besides
guyed by the newspapers.
Do you come to the close of
Does this continue day alter
day, possibly week alter week?
Perhaps you are even too ex
hausted to sleep. Then some
thin? is wrong. All these
things indicate that you are
m tuuRinf irom ncrvotis ex-
f haustion. . Your nerves need
ferdine; and your blood en
of Cod-Irvcr OH with Hypo
phosphites of Lime and Soda,
contains just the remedies to
meet these wants The cod
liver oil ' gives the needed,
strength, enriches the blood,
feeds the nerves, and the hy
pophosphhes give them tone
and vigor. Be sure you get
AH dragps ; joc and tjjoa.
SCOTT A BOWNE, Cbtausti, New York.
I Worn Out?
AN OPEN LETTER
Vl AR3 ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO TUB
EXCLUSrVE USE OF TUB WORD C ASTORIA" AND "
"PITCHER'S C ASTORIA,'' AS our trademark.
I, DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, ef Eyannis, Massachusetts
xm the ongartor qf "PITCHER'S CAST0RIA,M the nam
that has borne and does now ' - on every
This is the original - PITCHER'S CAST0R1A,' which has been
usedinihe homes of the Uoikcrs of America for over thirty
yean. LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see that it is
the hind you have always bought j-0 - on the
ana has the signature of Cx&ffi&rtz wrap
per. No one has authority from me to use my name ex
cept The Centaur Company of which Ckas. B. Fletcher is
March 8, 1897. r .Qt9.
Do Not Bo Deceived.
Do not endanger the life of your child by accepting
a cheap substitute which some druggist may offer you
(because he makes a few more pennies on it), the in
gredients of which even be does not know.
"The End You Have Always fought"
BEARS THE FAC-SIMILE SIGNATURE OF
Insist on Having
The End That Never Failed You.
acaraaa aeaMura. rr
J M. DUFORD.
as low as aay raUaha:
Tear piswaafi la aollcMad
Representing among other ttme
tried and well known Fire Inenr
006 Companies the folkrwhtg:
Offloaoorner Eighteenth sweet and
Beeond avenue, leeond ftooc.
Ashlsr mi trliaainss
For eaMpaess, durability and
beauty excelled by none. This
tons does not wash or eolor tha
wall with alkali, eta. nausea,
os for estimated will reoef ve
eareful attention and be returned
promptly at oar expense.
Qnarrlee U miles froa Book
Island oa the a. B. e Q. B. B.
Trains Nos. aad 10 will stop
and let visitors off aad oa.
Crlip stscs, czn crib
fclscks titd fsssistisa
tsn tsy lis awwlrd
Baapteof Stoae aad Paotosot
BnUdJan eaa be eeea at Boom
So, 11, lateaaU LyaiVsballd
Arthur DuaTall, snanaffer,
IU)&ldaAot Colon, UL
White Seal eoloen
Sm-mJ.' a a zaaaio, at g
toriag (Hrtoa . " iniirailHtlraH
2"Fbe . M....Paorla.IIl
auiwaaaawaaaaaauesa --- -
etatttr l" aa,
awaaar eraser, arw
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
CHICAGO, HOOK I3LAXD 4 FACIFIO BAIL
way Tickets can ha nnkml a. aaaaaa
Cheeked at HHP Twantlatli aiiaat aanSTm
OB IA F depot, trimtt Fifth Tnae aad Tklrty
trst street, Fraafc H Plumner. AsaaU
baovat Lualtad aOvaaT
JL Worth, Dental a 5. 0..
tOaaha a Xlanaapollt-...
OaahaAD MosMa Ba...
nkcvar. Uneola a oaasa.
a. pmaA a, mm. ...
I SA as
Danrar, Ft. Wortfe a) zLC.
TIB 1 BBS
Waal a WasMntawl
"DUHIJWQTOH ROUTS -O B Q BAItr
jP,r-repot First aveaaa aad ltztaaisi
suwoLsl i Young. Agenk
amvaL f Dvpaitara. XDaliy. sum
tha eanot aftartnoa, wklah wfll laaaa
TBAIBS. MVS asanVa
BSjIa, BprlngaaU, Paorla,
Bar. (tat rla sYanDaatli t9 aa T10 pa
Oalcaa bUrllag, OUntoa A
Dsbna......... tr.-tfaia t S:na
raotia, Baaidswwa, But- .
"A Wat NS F til a a
St. Paal a MhaaaoaUs IM an loo aa
MarWoiataj Dabaqaa t IMya IDpS
eLU, Tmiaa aty. DeBrar
Dally. tDally azeept Saaaay.
PsnoAso, btjlwacbbb a sr. faoi
Balrawy-aaona Biialhsisfs ITliWai
TatatSla. I lauva. aaaiva
bfiisdFiuias. TM aa sopa
Ftalga1andAeeataeJrs. ttm aa Sanaa
Rook Iilasts a Pbobia Baxawav
y Dspet First Aea. aa niaiq aaaaL
R. StoctaoMa. Gaal. TTi AgeaT
TBAIBS. Laav aaarra
Baaau Ba. Tha Trnar- 'xAmtlO&um
reonaaeaoa. Ffalrtt Trlfl pa IM aa
Bkerrart accomodation. . . . Sanaa 4M mm
OaDIa AaooaiaoiUUoa sSaa IM mm
Onble and tjbrrart Aaoaa.. iSpal 55 aa
To the East ia the
R. I. & P.
I Back Ialaa.
Iff Bm-k lalaarl
Al laalamsaolls mm,,
ArYana aaakt .
THROUGH CAR SEUVZCQ
Llaes east of Peoria earry tlter-
eoaehes aad sleeplsg ean . tv.1
kralas to rrlaelpU afcse.
if IS tzTSzl Arzz