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THD AR8TJP, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1G97.
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atii at wfcx-a Uiaa i prrmaa hatlar risimi
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f UI ! Ur.ry RimbIM. drceaxl.
ntf tha IM will ard Imnnl of llrarf Hot-
a 1M, late of thf tonn'j of Rnrt Ir'awl, uu of
orwii, nrntf rlTra rmtira tr at
III rvar Wfnre tba mint court of Mock Irian
oaar. at lit coaa'f tort rooau ia
i "r of Vy Uhtad, at tka Jtia-r aria. oa
oMaM Janaarr iMit, at which Una
I katina? llm a?int aid acuta arc
a-t.Bra atxi lnoV4 Inatiaad. orthpnrpor
of hntaa Oa taax ailtnatad.
AH itrwyTa taaa?d to atid aata'a ara re-
rtM t ataka tamadlaia iiaont W th an
aM ihiaMh r of Novcm'j-r. A. D- lfliT.
iuciu fiocrtoi., Ktccaw'z.
Mtra la aaraor aiTca mall nrianna ItlmiiM
lhltltrr riaril tif laortiy of Hork Nlard
'najtwin iMiatfart aa mmirnctrd oi
Infif-iKicd ttrrrt fmta a rolat ona baa
rH l-w aortb of lha B"rth lira of
rn artano la tht MwiMlpi4 riter. the
attlaaca Ika nat KrlnR oa t ia
ll aHoa af th rltt etrk. hllir.r auDliil In f ha
aait art knt i It'aad eonm. IUiala. for
ia"a ai fw ia ' at aai1 Imurova-
arowa a; la brartl. aad aa aa
a.at larrrnf hnlc Wa aiada acd faturaad
a aaM mart, lha laal acarlaa lhr.na n k.
htaa litM'dd.frf Jaacarr. A D.IJ".oraa
'lrrafhr a Ika iKl-m of tb mart will
Am rfn dirln BIT 1' or ircttor la
M raari aafnra aid dav.aad mty $ym at tb
tat awl uoir ocrvwa
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A ' at Oraralttiojcr (or rortj-ika-d Mratt
ltd (hi M da) of IX ccahcr, A. D.,
TTI OF ILtTol,i
lUwt IfLAia lonrtT, I
la tao tlrmlt marU ta Iba Janaar farm. A.
if . 'a iiwcnr,
St-'k V. MariJ ta Lrvta C. MorHa.
A 4an of MpMnWrm af Um atom
IVarfairt. om, hatina Hn l.rd la tha
! atkwaf ih rirralt anart of aald conatr,
a.i la Utrrrfora Wrrh tlTca to lb aa'd oou-
ra afa'art inai th roTni,ialnaBt lied
ar Mil ttaanalDl In 1 toart. oa the (has.
craathtrrvf,athaSI4of ilaraahrr IMC,
ana uiat latrvapnaj a aiaawua faaara oal or aata
enarl w ' U(t tan la tow paMtrnc. rtnnf
aMa rm taa - Vorolar ra Iba Bontb of Jan
aT0tt, a ta br lawrroulrad. Now, anl4x
fna, taa aid aa r-V.i atlcndaat ahora
aaaad. lai r. al.nr, ahall prroalir ba
a4 appaar bifuca i4 circuit coo'i. on
Um trt dtr of tha next Una tbctcof.
I ba bol'tca at Iba rlt of Rock I and. ia
aad fn taa tmd C nlj. on tha arl M'lada
la Jaiaarr ! It an pIomL anmr or da
at r I iba raid cata'ainanra bill of ooaniHainU
i aaata aad tha mailer and Ultra thrrvia
barrad aad ataltd will h taa (a aacon'caard,
ad a darara va'arcd aiat Joa accorUs( ta tba
praiaT at aaia am,
Gaoaoa W. Oaaau, Clerk.
.ll tabtad. rilno'a. imc ISTT.
Ma arc B. laaaair, CoaipialBaat'a toldtor.
Mora laLaan forarr,
It tb Crra.lt Court, to Ui Jannirr term
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aKdavIt of aoa-rntdcaca of atclanta Cm.
., Um Ibmt baawd dcfaMaat, barinc
ca a ra ia ina tirra one of tha cir
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tat tba mrapatnant t;J alt bill of conv
plala ta nU court oa I!m thanrar tlda Ibrrr.
af ra tba Irt da of Iiacraib. r, at.4 that
lh rrapna a aaraaraat bwiMrd oat of aaid coart,
hmia raid aa t I aw praline ratumabl
aa IK tfi MnvU ta tba month of Janaary
txU 1 U ratalrad. So, anlraa yru, the
aaid a.-a-raaidrr'l dt'a.tar.t almrr Baaed, M a
bi Cot rrta trail paraocai: b and appaar befor
ar raid rau con oa ia grt dar et next
tana tltcrorf. IA ba boWrB at tar l onrt liana.
l and for the raid count. n tb rt Miv.lat la
Jtaaarr aaxt, aad plead, aarwar or doaiar
la la mm r.Mipiinaiit oillorramnla.nl, tbc
am aad tb mttftra aad thine tbcrcia charvad
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JiaaT. P Tar roan, lompUwantB Solicitor.
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ta .w driavaaaf t.Vu r lora J-l!lli, -
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W rt afbjrk N aad.taoaldtvMr.tr. oa tb
a-ta H'aJar af Jamarr. A U lt. at wttch
f rar raw fi apr aad piad. aa.
wr or drmar I a-4 bCi af enap.aJU tf ro a
faid at t I'a-d, miao'a. Ul h da of
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wroaoi W. OaaaiA. nark.
wii.ua a w. LPawcni.CatplaiBaai MicitaT.
giP a ffliix.
Two OwVman School Ships Loose
in mo West India Waters the
Cause of Apprehension
iUT WITH TEE GREATES EEPUBLIO.
taKla SajB Hold tka Clab of Reeocnlrioa
On m Fact Aeeoaapltaavrd ia Order to
ObtaJa Carnal C rtatlona gltnatlon at
ranaana Bpaakar Bead ArriTC at Wah
iactaa, bat Ia Kot Taikiaa;-Tfco Aaer
la Caao Aala Gca. Brack' Tlewa.
Waahlngton, Dec. 4. The Haytlau
minister, Legcr. was an early caller at
the state department yesterday, having
news from home of a most disquieting
nature of which he wished to talk with
the officials. Secreanr Sherman beinc
still confined to his house by a cold, and
Assistant Secretary Day having attend-
tne presHent on his Journey to Can
ton, Second Assistant Secretary Adee
was acting as secretary of state, and to
him the minister had recourse. It ap-
ears that his government has cabled
him from Tort au Prince that the Hay-
Han consul at Kincston. Jamacia. had
telegraphed that two German wa.rahlna
nailed Thursday from that place for
r-on au iTince. The news bad created
the prcatest excitement In the town and
All over the Island and disturbances
Only a Couple r School ghlpa.
The foundation fur tha am tpmnr la
believed to lx that the two German
school -hips ishlch have been cruising
In southern waters are Just starting on
muir way nortnward to the United
Ststes. About the middle of last Sep
temhor the German charge here, Mr.
Kek-henau. formally advised the ntato
di part mint that the German cadet
school ship Stein would arrive at
Charle-ton, S. C. Feb. 2 next, and that
th.? cadet sc hool shtn Charlotte would
arrive nt the same port Feb. 1L They
are to depart on the 5th and 16th of
February respectively. Neither of these
vessel can properly be regarded as a
warship, although they are attached to
the German navy and carnr a larira
number of young cadetn. Nevertheless,
the Ilaytlan minister fears that their
appearance in Ilaytlan waters Just at
thi Juncture, when the threat has hwn
made that German warships will make
a nemonstration tn the harbor of Port
au Trince. may lead to serious trouble
Holding a Club Over Central America.
The slate department is endpnvnrlnir
to bring rresioire to bear on the recent
ly formed greater republic of Central
America to compel that applicant for
rnemlxTflhlri among the "rjowm" tn
concede to thin government a guaranty
of exclusive control of the projected
waterway between the Atlantic and Pa
cific oceans. One method for bringing
a little leverage to bear Is a refusal to
recognize the existence of the tripartite
republic. Our concessions from Nira
ramia are at:red and. therefore, when
Mlntoter Merry applied a few days ago
at the stAte department for Instructions
he was Informed that he waa to proceed
to Nicaragua, as our representative to
that country alrne. It Is very doubtful
whether he will be received, but he will
make It known thnt until the Xicara.
guan situation U properly adjusted there
win rw no representative to the greater
That Competitor at Panama.
Consul General Guda-er. nt Panamt.
has made a report to the state depart
ment on the condition of the Panama
canal. He says that It Is whimpered
that Ensland la doing all In her power
to obtain control of the canal. France
may not push the worlt forward, but
some c!hor nation cr tamt other com
pany will surely do so if those in charge
torreit their rights. The canal, when
completed. Will extend from Colon on
the Atlantic to Panama on the Pacific,
SPEAKER REED IS IN TOWS.
Aad It Coca Without baying That Ba Is la
.Washington, Dec 4. Speaker Reed
arrived in Washington yesterday after
noon and took up his old quarters at
the Shoreham for the winter. The
speaker said he did not care to express
himself concerning any of the important
questions which are likely to come be
fore congress at this session more than
to say that he saw no reason why the
session should be protracted. Reed
was accompanied by his secretary, Al
len. As soon as his presence ia the
city was known he had a flood of callers,
many of his associates in the house aa
well as several senators being among
those who paid their respects. The
speaker looks exceedingly well and says
h was never in better physical condi
tion. General Alger, secretary of war, has
teen particular to have It understood
that the reprimand In the Loverlng
case will be severe, and that It will be
couched in terms that will be In effect
also a lecture to the court for making
the penalty so light. If the reprimand
Is so sternly worded aa the secretary
of war expects It to be, the order will
reflect the views of the bead of the de
partment and not those of the man who
draws it up. Adjutant General Breck.
who is that man. expressed himself
quite feelingly In the matter, and said
that in view of what the army has done
for Chicago (referring to what General
Miles calls the -Chicago insurrection"
of ISM) he thought the citizens and
newspapers of that city were unjust
and harsh In their denunciation and
treatment of Captain Loverlng.
lie left no doubt upon the hearer's
mind that he was not Inclined to regard
the captain's offense as unpardonable.
and. la fact, seemed quite inclined to
him. saying that the prisoner had to be
trough! to th court, and as he had
aald that he would rather die than pro
ceed, there did not seem t have been
any ather method left for Captain Lov
erlng than the on h adopted. General
Breck evidently considered th testi
mony of the post surgeon at Fort 8herl
dan that Hammond had but two trlf.
T.ng wounds mere scratches as the
result of the terrible "prodding with a
sword and kicking" charged against the
captain as conclusive as to th In
Juries of the Insubordinate soldier, and
aa showing that they were not entitled
to any consideration. H also seems
to think that as Hammond Insisted
that he should b carried tt would not
have conduced to discipline X6 bar
conceded Just what he demanded.
Commissioner of Indian Affairs W.
A. Jones, who Is out in the west making
a tour of Inspection of agencies, has
made an Investigation that repudiates
tne reported project of men in Okla
homa, Kansas and elsewhere to take
possession of the Wichita Indian re
servation In Oklahoma and thus force
upon congress the early opening of
these lands to white settlement. Com
missioner Jones reported the results of
his Investigation In the following tele
gram, dated at Anadarka, Oklahoma,
received by Secretary Bliss yesterday
afternoon: "No foundation for rumor
of Invasion of Wichita mountains. It
is all sensational newspaper talk." t
GRIGG9 TO BATE M'KEXXA'S PLACE.
trhea th Kattonal Attorney General Gets
a Supreme Coart Seat,
Washington, Dec. 4. From sources
the authority of which should not be
doubted It is learned that the position
of attorney genial to succeed McKen-
na, who will be nominated to the Unit
ed States supreme bench to succeed
Justice Field, has been offered tn Rnv.
ernor Griggs, of New Jersey, and that
ne has consented to accept It is un
derstood that his appointment was
urged by Vice President Hobart. Owing
to the absence of President McKinley
It Is imposible to confirm this statement
End of the Railway Bearing.
Washington. Dec. 4. The hearings of
railroad men before the interstate com
merce commission In the matter of ex
tending the time for the equipment of
railway cars with safety appliances
have come to an end, but there will yet
be some testimony given under oath.
It is hardly probable that the commis
sion will extend the time more than
hree years, and It may only extend It
a year at a time, requiring each railway
to do a proportionate amount of equip
ment each year on pain of having the
Internal Revenue Receipt Estimated.
Washington, Dec, 4. In his annual
report to the secretary of the treasury
Forman, commissioner of internal reve
nue, estimates that the receipts from
all sources for the current fiscal year
will aggregate at least $155,000,000, an
increase over 1897 of about J8.300.00O.
During the last ten years ten officers
were killed and sixteen were wounded
Twenty Contests la the Bouse.
Washington, Dec. 4. The clerk of the
house of representatives has received
notice of twenty contests to be made
in the next house. The list will be pre
sented to the house on Monday next and
Is largely composed of southern state
Railway Rates for the Holiday.
Chicatro. Dec 4. Western
agreed UDon rates for th hniiriavo
They will be one and one-third fare
where the rate is 3 cents per mile, and
where It is over 8 cents the mi n-m
be one and one-fifth. Tickets will have
a return limit to Jan. 4.
Chlcafo Grain and Produce.
Chicago, Dec. 3.
TJVl 1 1-TX-1 1 ft TfOPA IVlA KllntAlinna .nv. MA
a viivtiiiibj ESf ,SAf IUVVUiluliB Vl ,iiJ
Board of Trade today: Wheat Decem
ber nnaflMl r. ttlrtaoA Gl 7 r. - Tnnun
opened 904tc. closed SOUe: Mav nnened
0c, closed 89lfcc Corn December,
opened Z4c, closed 24c; January,
"jjut-u ijnm Kioneu not;, may, openea
?XV lnaoH 9KI. Dot- rw.o3r.Ka..
opened 204e, closed 20c; May, opened
ii-c-, .-iur.ea iic arors. jecemner,
opened S1.I2& closed $7.12; January,
opened $8.15, closed $8.17; May, opened
til in rlnaail tS AVU. T orn rw.onV..
opened $4.10, closed $4A0; January,
uprneu l.ii'.s. Closed t.Z0.
Produce: Butter -Extra creamery,
22c per lb: extra dairy, 19c; fresh
packing stock. ll12c Eggs Fresh
stock, 19c per dozen. Dressed Poultry
a limeys, nig iwc per io; cnicaens, (8
1Vc: ducks. 7C?So Potntne NnrthwHl.
em. EOftfiOe ner tm fiwMt PntoiAae
Illinois, Jl.50iJj 2.E0 per bbl.
Chicago Uve Stock.
Chicago, Dec 3.
TTiFH T"Ktimntp(t rmwinit fnr rv.o Aav
30,000; quality good; left over, about
5.300; market fairly active and steady
at yesterday's closing figures; sales
iu.iik?u ui ..nuta6.u lor pigs, J.ii((i3.4a
for lipht. J115&3.20 for rough packing,
$3.25(7(3.45 for mixed, and J3.253.45 for
heavy packing and shipping lots. Cat
tle Estimated receipts for the day,
2 000: nlintitv wrv f.iir milrot ratka.
dull on shipping and loc: l account; feel
t i . . j i .
iuk wt-aa,; I'riits uncnangea; quotations
ranged at JS.OO 5.45 for choice to extra
ahmnine steer tt ROtfi Ofi cmiul tn
choice do., 54.3ufi4.S5 fair to good, $4.00
4.20 butchersfXBteers. $3.154.00 stockera,
iceuers, i.ivi0i.ov COWS, d)Z.oU
(J7 4.5Q heifer. 12.254.00 bulls, oxen and
Kt.n frt I Hi!n A fHi Tota m ctaaro 1 JAa
4.35 western rangers, and tZMii 6.60 veal
caivcB. s-neep ana LamD9 tsumatea
receipts for the day, 9,000; quality fair
ly good; market rather quiet; feeling
weak: prices unchanged; quotations
ranged at J3.6o4.75 westerns. $3.10
4.90 natives, and 14.15Q5.65 lambs.
Ajwt Buffalo Live Stock.
East Buffalo. N. T.. Dec. 3.
Ttunnlria AV R1vin I lv. fitrvlr ro
mission Merchants, East Buffalo, N. Y
nllnte at f iM I.i w fattlo nAlnt, a
T . ..u ..u. . .... ,.tvci;vD, m
cars; market steady for desirable han-
uy Krauc, ocners run easy. HnRS re
ceipts, 90 cars; bulk sales Yorkers,
mixed and mediums. $3.50and few
12&21. Kheen anrt tjitnlib-llaralnla cl
cars; lambs easy, tops $5.7067.50; culls
co rouu, i.ouioo.w; sneep steaay, 4.Z5
64.50; culls to good. $3.004.15.
Milwaukee. Dec. S.
Wheat.! Avar X'e. 1 nwtKoM, CAn.
No. 2 spring. 66; May. WH,c Corn
Actle? Vn S 91 riata riitlt. ajo
white, 23623r. Kye Firm; No. X, 47c
Detroit, Dec I.
Wheat fnah trhlte &UU.r- Mih rmA
SOUr: Mav. Sl'ii. fnrr rh wu
Oats Cash white, 24c Kye 47c
Hay-Timothy. wild, $6217.
Hvraa Hiatt W.
Batter Fair u Ahnfea Ae fpaati nttmtrr
Ducks-Alive. 7c; dressed. 10J.
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, NEW POINT FOR POSTMASTERS:
Bailed by aa Alabama Democrat Whose
PoaUtoa Ia Wanted.
Mobile, Ala Dec-4. For four days
past the newly appointed postmaster,
P. D. Barker, Republican, has In vain
endeavored to obtain possession of the
office here from Postmaster Rapier,
Democrat. The latter's attorneys have
raised an entirely new point of the
law, which Inspector Tate says has
never been raised in his experience, nor
nas be ever had to transfer hn office
situated precisely as this one is. Post
master Rapier's commission expires in
December, 1898. Barker was appointed
by President McKinley In October last
Rapier has had no notice of his re
moval, although Inspector Tate served
upon him last night telegraphic in
structions from Postmaster General
Gary Baying that Rapier should ac
knowledge Barker's commission as no
tice of removal, no other notice being
customary with the department-
Rapier's attorneys hold that the
language of the statute relating to post
masters of the first class is special:
that it provides that the president shall
appoint and may remove such officers
by and with the advice of the senate.
Consequently, as Rapier's commission
has not expired and Barker's appoint
ment has not been confirmed by the
senate, nor Rapier's removal confirmed
by the same body. Rapier Is still post
master. He is now awaiting the next
move of Barker and the inspector.
The Murdered Mrs. Merry.
St Louis, Dec. 4. Mrs. Susan Boileau,
patient in the city hosDital sufferine
from malarial fever, is the mother of
Mrs. Pauline Merry, whose brutal mur
der in Chicago by her husband recently
has aroused so much feeling. She said
Pauline was a trood cirl until she mar.
ried a man named Maher who was be
low her station. Then she became ad
dicted to liquor and fell. At last she
became accauainted with Merrv and
went to live with him, but was never
married to him.
Eight Jurors to Try Luctgert,
Chicago, Dec 4. Eight of the men
who are to set in Judgment on Adoloh
Luetgert, to make deliverance between
him and the people, now occupy the
Jury box in Judge Gary's court room.
Four veniremen who had passed a sat
isfactory examination by counsel for
the state and defendant were sworn by
Clerk Knock yesterday afternoon, and
the task of completing the Jury was
.r- could ot Discover the Cause. fi
Cold Spring, N. T., Dec. 4. The sixth
and last session of the coroner's Inquest
to inquire Into the cause of the death of
nineteen persons who were in the New
Tork Central accident at Garrison, was
held at the town hall in this village
las?t night. The verdict was that the
Jury could not discover the cause of the
Primary Election Conference.
New York, Dec 4. A conference of
citizens from various parts of the Unit
ed States is to be held In this city next
week or the week after in the interest
of uniform primary elections.
Major Handy Is Getting Better.
Washlnrton. Dec 4. ifalor Mnse T
Handy, who has been seriously ill here.
was netter yesterday. Though still un
able to leave his bed he continues tn
Captain of the Michigan Eleven.
Ann Arbor. Mich.. Dee i T nr n
Bennett Chicago, 98, was last night
elected captain of the University of
Michigan foot ball eleven for JS9S.
MADE ME A MAN
POSmVFXT CtTIiB A T
Nervous DIwum! Faillng
Mmorir, Itnpoteury, Slcpptran.
nwa. etc, canard by Abuse and
MlB-r Kireawa and iiidlM-r.
tioiia. They qnlrklr and
aurcty restore Lost Vlimlltr In
old or youiiR. and 111 a man for
ntiay, liusinesH or marriage,
fnwnt Insanlti andl'onnump
tkiu It lakra In limn. l lH'Irurt
aw -nests i iUKK where
7 "rnera ran, lintM upon
dbviiut the zranlnn Aji i Tahlfth. The i,SVe cured
UMnnanda and will cure rnu. We Klre positive written
rnarailcetii effect a cure In each case or refund Uie
Dii'iirT. luce 50 cents per package, ur six packages
iiun unaiinem; ifircixi. ujr man, in plain wraDDar.
apuu receipt of price, circular true. Address
AJAA KfciVlfcUY W..VRST''
For tale tn Rock Island by John BangtUm
-m w aim, BtwajCiaii
McCoy's New European Hotel
COR. CLARK AND VAI BUREN STS.
fire PRonr i
One block from C tt I. A: p, aD4
Mm 8 V 7tm 8. Railroad depot
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r w ......... B.vdasat ay VWf.W UAT(
tim rtpn rnmnlpfpil and tht. hr.it-.
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j ,v( viuviivv u, IVUIIU in sailer
hotel, including hot and cold water, electric
Km ma Mcam neat in every room.
p.uc 13 cents per aay ana upwaras.
First class restaurant in connection.
WILLIAM McCOY, Owner and Proprietor.
are the most fatal
FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE
i GUARANTEED remedy
or money refunded. Con
tains remedies recognized
oy ail eminent physicians
as the best for Kidney and
JPrfce S0C.MM1 Smn
t 1 -a ii
nlorpmrifi cor rrnv
OX XARC OTIC
A Defect Remedy forCcinsGM-
tatsx end Loss OF SLEEti
Vj, TaVtSigaj '5i.natuxe of J
iTTEW "YORK. "
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Th old Tir trd Tin-triad
Bate allow at anj rtUiblroai
mr a if tea.
Yoni pttroBag It Bol'.ciatd.
Representing among other time
tried and well known' Fire Insur
ance Companies the following;
Bochestar Brnna Iai 0.
Westchester Sire a --
M-Bochtr, II Y
....Baihuo, M Y
.Mascbaftei. N U
Buflalo Gannaa M
Hew Uampahtr a (
Office corner Eighteenth street and
Second avenue, second floor.
Sawod building stone
Ashlar and trimming
For cheapnen, durability end
beauty excelled by none. Thil
tone does not wain or color the
wall with alkali, etc Flam lent
oi for estimate! will receive
careful attention and be retnrned
promptly at onr expense.
Quarriei 13 xnllei from Bock
Iiland on the 0., B. A Q.' B. B.
Tralnt Not. S and 10 will atop
and let viiltori off and on.
Bridge stone, corn crib
blocks and foundation
stone any size desired.
Bamplei cf Stone and Photoi of
Buildlni esa be seen at Boom
Bo. IS, Mitchell A Lrnde'1 build
Arthur Barrall, maaafer.
Rock Itland or Colona, IH
BILLY CATTON S
White Seal saloon
1815 Sacond ATentta.
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k It not soli la balk. Doit alio? an rasa to sail
yoa anything ls oa tha plea or promis that n
U "jut as good' aai "alU aanrer rrr par.
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THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
way Tickets can be purchased or bairgage
eked at Rltf Twentieth miaet depot. or
C K IA P depot, comer Fifth avenne and Thlrti
orat street, Frank H Plummer. AkooU
Oenrer Limited A (ha aba.,
ft. Worth. Dnf A K.U..
Omaha A Dm M olnae
tOmaha A MlnDaapolla..
OntabaADei Motties Xx...
tOmaha Abtinneapolli Kx..
Oacver, Lincoln Omaha...
Bt Paul 4k stlnnaapolla
DanTr, TX. Worth A K. O..
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11 in am
7 :40 am
T m Jbt
11 -10 am
III -HI i
unicaari m um HOllle.
Both Island Stoart Aetom
Sunday evetiings a Pollmaa a!pr wlB ba at
tbe depnt after 11:00, whlob wui ieiv oi Calea
go at .( a. at. Monday. wm""
BUBLINOTON ROUTB-O B Jk Q KAU
wr Drpot First aveaa aad Blstetata
street, M J Young. Acent.
IMlB T30 pal
tT:iO 8:40 pal
7:m pat trio aaa
tTflOpatt 8:40 pal
lv. BDrlurlala. Panrla
Rnr. Onln via Bmimmi,
Ohleago, Btarlliig, oilnUm
Feorta, Boardrtoam, Bar-
Bt Fan! ft Mlnnaapoll!!!!!!
sieruiw, uiinion m vumqo
BL L., Kanta Oily. Denver
Pc Coast via 6alsbrR
Dally. tDallj eieept Sunday.
QHIOAQO, K1XWACM1 4t IT, FAOX
" Hallway Racme Sootbwwitars Dtvlflaa
-Dapoi TwantletA strMt, btwa First aba
ThAIAb. Laara. aaaW
stall and Bxpi aai.,.m. T0 ta laai
Pt.Panl BxpTa J uSsaaa
Freight and Accoianodat'n. g:oa Im tttim
D&Uy axcept Bncday.
DOOK ISLAJTO m FlOKIA BAIXWAT
, Depot First Aveosa and rwaattiA gliaal
B. Stock noes, eean. Tb-a -
Baatern Bx. "The TMltrr"..
Peoria a bt Louis AlaU Bx. ;
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1X6 DaA tins a.
Cable and Sberrard Accora.
t:10pav 148 sra
KM am! 4o taa
l:40ax tan pal
l.-Wnial 8KB aa
Fasravjgar trains laT 0UB.L F. tVoltM
arenae) depot Ive ft) nunntaa ear liar taaa ttaaa
8i.au. a ratoa maraaa aauSt AU
to the East via tba
R. I. & P.
Lv DYWiparta ..,
UKia r "
L ftnfe- lalanrf
Twentteva M Depot
At bdiaaspoUs . , ,..
11 10 IB
I SB pin
I 01 MB
A Bt Loula.
A' t.liwml. . , ,
10 U am
T 10 pal
THROUGH CAR SERVICx)
Lines salt of Peoria earrv tniwr'4
eoachei and Bleeping eara om tlzJk
tralBi to prinolple eitles.
R. STOCKHOUSZft :
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