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KUtar FtTlls. N. V, Jan. XI. The
1'nJtwl Slam custom ofliteM statiow J
Bt t:h brMfci Lav Leen notlCc? to
-: anyttln? thA l-okwl like seal-
kin. NVirly all on the Caruidlan lde
'f notlfiMl to kave tholrxarka. bIdtm
ar.J car there It thr U!J not want
tn (-onnsc&teiL The aitua'.J'n at
Nitarm Fall Is tfbaMy jllfrtrwt
rn.wi if.ul at ary fithrr r"'nt on the
fr.inllrr. I4h !!" .f the river are
ttiirkly arttlt-J anJ the t'unajian and
Amrrtren rri:lation c" tack ar.d forth
On the CiPfi?tin d, bak rt the
high Ma.TA m nuntlifr of wealthy famU
Ilea have rountry arats and a. creat
many .f the wninin thexe fan:Illea
as well as Canadian Wnmn who wear
acaliJc'o cts, over the rlv-r to
tW American aide dally white out driv
ing and making rali.i. The sealskin
Karmnta taken from their wearers are
turned Into the at praters rflica at the
rnstnm horse. wh"re the owner, after
fiikri apr-liration. must wait until no
Uc has leen ut to the aeeretary of
the tr- aury f r a derision In the m al
tWWil Aala CbanVnaes Flu.
Ft. Jnn. !L M Iha flwe of the
aro.nl at of Jeim-n 4. furWtt's lay.
"A Nval at Hi-UVa theatre
lMit r-ht Crb.-tt at.piMxl tf..r.- the
rurlMln and annr.untd that ht- offrrs
Flts:iiniina for a ,flnk-h fpht,
the entire uih ! i t- t'.iMlnimons if
r.Uit fall in put hint ou. In t. a
round Tle hnllnae Is cuh-J In
Mtallar tr-rrr.a to the one Ji sued iwm
tirr. ;. aid O.rttt rnys It Is hnal.
It rrrlilna a, elur or? I'.-f.-rt Si'er. A
disratrhafr'tTi St. Taul. whre Fltrslm
arwt.a Is sf.ndtlns;. quotes Martin Ju
lian as aylu that CV.4ett has partfls.
(M Kr. k a Iaennrat Jmh.
iUMtti. Ws.. Jn. H.-.The rsndl
4rf ,.f f.Telary af stat Cn.n for
su:rlnt'n-'-nt of th feiirr'sit um
hnr u. hth K as r-n-ralljr sub
(xiMd m.ml I r" t N. H. North. Is liken
to l.;rn IhM with the eareptlnn ethu
rmternr th rrjvit ulate ffflrers whi
are wfyr (nrvlnc th-lr STvnd'rm
Will rHt I landxl&tes fir renmir.alin.
twAUMUHmm ml Manler.
Tnsrtda. UK. Jan. II. Itrbert Vande.
vntr. a w-tl-knon thuhh man of
rrnrc. fourd dad alone the
IMarar.4la. tfcratur ard Western rall
rnri'l trai k. Imlhalnns are rut h that
Wad his frleRil . iM'Here lie was mur-
Cklrat OrAla al riailai o.
fhWapo. Jan. 1.
FUniir wTe the quointloiia on the
r-H U Traie today: YVh-at Jantf
ary. rprl Ky. ele 1e; Nay.
rii e. trowed K", : Jnly, openrd
!. ekwd Sl,e. Corn January,
otwntl ami rh-d noit.inal; May,
tVr.rd nl twd 13. I'ork Janu
ary. eretMl rl.sl nomlhnl; May,
ofened !. rli-f AtVil'S Ijrd Jan
ary. opened ft rhd nominal; May,
trwl l a, floaed $4 JIS.
ITlnce: Iluttt r Ktr erenrperr,
e tr n: ettra dtry 17r: fresh
taking stutk. Ut. FKS-Fresh stock,
2le frr dnc Itrrsaed foultrr Turkoya,
.11c ifV lb; et.kkriw. irr: ducks.
c. fotaiii-s Nortnwsfern. uU
r bu. v-t I'otat'M's HU&uta
lklra Ut Stork.
Chicacv Jan. in.
I Ketimaleil rr tpl fnr the day.
tl.. talis lansid ai i-Mifilt" for
iiv. I4 4..ji:0 f r light. U40OJ4i for
rourb i-srklns. B.0Sil.? fr mixed arj"
I'.V-rC f..r hvy parktr.? ar.d'ship
pint tot. t'at:Ii-jitirr.s?ed rrrfl;,ti
I r the dn-, li.f": quotations ranet
at IVaft V5 f.ir rhrtce to eatra steers,
M4.-Vt.fc aod In choice drv. U.KUt.ii
f tlr to Roi-it. t ' fi I 4 common to lu?
otum V.. tlTt:4 2S btitchets' steers.
$r.;.;i stvktr. rtrc4.is fee;' v.
$:eii5.J cows, l:ri.E0 l.lfers. 11.49
4 l''ill, m n ar I mc, l3.ttt?4.M
T. xas slx-rs. ard S.XiC ;i val calves,
fheep and ljrnhs Ltinia;ed relpls
fity the dy. 3Af: quota' rr.s rsncd at
Si-. ' flnw. i: i0vl.7i r.aUvca,
ard H.J M laml s.
VJlwaukee. Jen. 1".
Wheat Firmer: No. 1 northern. 2c;
No. 2 arrii.tf. i :!.: May, ir. Corn
Firm; Ne. X nv,c Oais Ui wer; No. S
white. IttCic Hit Fsy; No. 1
nf-Ti!nthT a.v. w04.S2r.
ltttrKu w caaie. la trash ercaavery.
I -c-A iwa. drasacd. 10a.
t'.ttW Ifci-iUs. mm k . tn m
4 Mr. cs aad aatrcra, J; calves, 4li
let Xfi&ata sad CLIIdrta.
Mats Conversion of the Ohio Re
publican Sb Characterizes the
Opposition to Hanna. .
Kzxnxa is wildly enthusiastic
iaaders af the -Comblos Vh Ars Bepab
DeaasuMSMl as "TiJUr" The Beav
latiaas Adoptad-Savral Sec ars af Wild
EarlteoieAt Gmvcaor Bay cot U Got.
enor RaahneU Kemarkabl Letter to
Cravict-SItaaUoa at Colambaa oa tha
Eva af tba First BaHot.
Columbua. O.. Jan. It The mass Re
publican convention at the Auditorium
In this city yesterday afternoon was
the largest assemblage ever known Tn
the history of the city. The capacity
of the Auditorium Is 6.000. All the
standing room was taken .and many
thousands were unable to gain admit
tance. The meeting lasted from 3 to 6
p. m., with unbroken enthusiasm and
Intense lndonal.n throughout Us pro
ceedings. There were repeated scenes
of hissing when the names of Governor
Bushnell, Kurtz and others were men
tioned. The terms "traitors." "Judas"
and the like Were frequently used In
responses fiom the audience. Several
f the speakers referred to Senator
Forakern connection with the revolu
tion In the party. The audience was In
dcFe and 0tp sympathy with the In
tonre and bitter utterances of most of
the speakers. The Columbus Glee club,
which refused to participate In the in
augural tcremonles, contributed largely
to the enthusiasm of the occasion by
Wild Seeae of Knthnoiaom.
As Chairman Nash and Itcprescnta
tlve Weaver came upon the platform
the Tippicame club, of Cleveland, and
the Tiusiness Men's Lea sue of that city
entered the haU and there was a wild
scne for som" minute?. As soon as
order could Co" restored Judge Nash
addressed the audience, giving those
who had refused to support Hanna for
senator a roasting. Kcprcsentative Wal
ter L. Weaver, of Fpilngfield. the home
of Governor lunhnell. was then In
troduced as chairman of tha meeting.
He mad? a mort vigorous speech
a-aiast thofe whom he acrusod of
schemes for the disruption of the party.
The bitslni; of the name of Governor
Buhne!l, Kurtx and others that begun
during the address of Jud.rc X.wh
reached a r.itich hfehor pitch during the
addrr"! 4,f Weaver. At tie comJushm
of Weaver's address Uenriscntativcs
nrosvenor. Xorthway, Hurton and
FouthaH. and Judire Oouble. of rin-
cinnati. were appointed a committee on
lu Whoop i:m tp Loatlrr.
While the committee oa resolutions
was out Colonel Robert M. Nevln. of
bayton. spoke. Colonel Nevln has r.l
ways been the elope personal and
political friend of Senator Foraker.
Kuru and ethers wh are at this tiW
opposing theelttlon of Hanr.a. His
Seech acainst the action of thos.
whom lie churiTfl With df m.irnltilii"
and deliau'hing tho party caused the
greatest umons;raHon of the after
noon. Almost Hie entire audionee rose
to Its fi-t ard wh'l standing on chairs,
threw hats, handkerchiefs and other
articles wildly about the hnll. At th
enneluslon of this address the resolu
tions were read and unanimously
IteoolntVaas Are Not Very St-vrre.
The resolutions are rrwd,4 hv a
column of prenyl.!", which at the end
esiresM'a the hone and bMlef thnt ov-
ernor llushnt-H will come out for party
loyaity to Hinna. These are the reso
lutions; "Hesolved. First, that we condemn
without r?-rve or ouaHfU-Mii.n thi
most unholy- consplrxey. and protest In
tne name or the peop.'e of the state of
Ohio attainst its further progress and
"Resolved. Further, that we can upon
evry Republican no mber of the gen
eral aenily to be present in his stat
c n rext Tuesday and voire by act and
ly vote to carry Into execution the
fuinilment of the obliiratlon assumed by
hl-n wh"n elected as such member: and
"Resolved. Finally, that we will wel
come them cordially to full co-operation
Vh the Republican mw.bet of
raid general assembly, however they
rrsy have rotaj or acted thus far in
relation to the subject matter of this
MAXX. KTILL MIMKS A VOTE.
According to the Oatlook the Night Before
me LrglMatur Uallotrd.
Columbus. C. Jan. 11. Senator Han
na was lelieved last night to be one
vote short of election. The opposition
was not sure of T3 votes for any one
man as against oniy "2 for Hanna, but
It felt confident at least on prevent
ing Hann.V election. Sunday night the
Lfc-mncratic steering committeedemand-
d of Kurtz that ho furnish at too.
tight affidavits from Republican mem-
irs mat they would stand with the
sixty-nve Democratic members in vot
ing against Hanna. The Democratic
ce ring committee reported lajt night
that it was satisfied. Representa
tive Garman. chairman of the hnnu
Democratic steering committee, went aa
r as to say lianna a defeat today was
tsaurvd. There la no doubt that Hanna
aas beaten for a week previous to last
Friday, when Representative Manuel,
f Montgomery, changed In his favor.
On SaturdST the Hanna men inrnrl
Representative GriXth, of Union, but
iney inaue do accessions Bundayvr Sat
arday, and It is the general belief that
ther are short ona vote. It hu Iimh
greed by a conference committee that
me Balloting tn the two houses will
riot beain until ! n. n. tmWir an.l
there may be several changes In that
time. Tite real work or the fight on
both sides was done last night.
The workers did not aleen anit
will jiot until after the balloting be
gins. There Is a feeling amorcg many
t.f toosetfcppcsln Hanna that If he Is
not defeated on tsVflset baHot or
rather by the separate ballots today
ae win not oe aeteatesi at alL
While the eitDCMtttion atill Inatata imi
Hurts as the candidate against Hanna,
yet It rays that Bushnell. Kurtz, or any
I euier one wiu be dropped as soon as
Is demonstrated that he cannot secure
all of the votes of either the anti-Han-na
republicans or the Democratic mem
bers. Or.e of the name most prom
inently mentionel ycSterday was that
of Representative John P. Jones, who
represents Starke county, the home of
President McKinley. Jones Is a Repub
lican and prominent In the miners' un
ion. He is for free silver, and is advo
cated as the labor candidate against
While the politicians were hard at
wcrk holding votes In the senatorship
right the inauguration ef Goveriyr
Murhnell was rroceedine. There hn.1
been a great roundins-un -of Ru;hn'ell
men out in the state and in the morning
uushncll badges were in the majority
on the Streets. At nnon the povernnr
was inaugurated, and when he appeared
address the crowd he received an
'ation. Amonff those com in it tn the
city in his interest were the workmen
from his shorts at Snrinefield. who were
the first to visit him in the morning and
ere In evidence all day as hia en
CROSVESOtt BOYCOTTS Bl'SnNEIX.
Remarkable letter to Convict Who
Wanted 111 rrotesslehial Servlaes.
Columbus. O.. Jan. 11. Representa
tive Grosvenor has written a remarka
ble letter. A convict in the Ohio peni
tentiary, James H. Wiggins, serving a
twenty-year term, has been endeavor
ing to get out. He had corresponded
with GroswnrT. whom he desired to
employ professionally. In yesterday
morning's mall a letter was received
for Wiggins from Grosvenor. Letters
to convicts are opened and read, and
when the one from Grosvenor was re
ceived it was turned over to Warden
The letter was written on a letter
head of the committee cf mines and
mining, of which Grosvenor is chair
man, and bore the date of Washington,
Jan. S, 1SS8. It is as follows:
"Dear Sfr I will not undertake any
employment, professional or otherwies.
that will bring me n any way In con
tact with or into the presence of the
person who is now exercising the office
of governor of Ohio. Yours very truly.
"C. H. GROSVENOR."
Foraker "Klpt Out of It."
Washington, Jan. 11. Senator For
aker has returned to Washington and
occupied hia seat in the senate for the
first time since the Christmas holidays.
Referring to the Ohio senatorial con
test, he" caid that it was very bitter and
much to he drplore.1. "I have kept emt
of it." he said, "and have had nothing
to do with it, except only to try to
make peace. All efforts in this direc
tion have so far been unavailing, but
we hope yet to solve the diiliculty in
some way that will be as nearly satis
factory to the party and all concerned
as such rettlements usually are. That
Is all I can s2y at present, without fear
of doing more harm than good."
Canrn of the Itctnncmts.
Columbus, O., Jan. U. The caucus of
the Iemocratic members of the legis
lature was held at the Grjat Southern
Inst night. The claims as to the num
lier df Democrats who purposely re
mained away were various, but the
most accurate information places It at
There were said to be at least five
Democrats in the caucus who refused
o vote for any one except a Democrat
SO CHARACTERISTIC, YOU KNOW.
Incident at a Murder Trial in the Oreat
Mate of Kentucky,
Cincinnati, Jan. 11. A special to The
Commercial-Tribune from Mount Ver
non, Ky., rays: At the examining trial
of William Hundley for killing John
Lawrence, Judge Williams yesterday
ordered the court room cleared so that
all who desired to return might be ex
amined by- an officer for weapons and
disarmed. Five minuted afterwards
Winchester riiles in front of the court
house. In the hands of Pat and Kllza
Langford, were firing at ex-Jailer Will
iam Alullins and his friends. Several
revolvers replied from various quarters.
Tmse injured by the Lar.gfords were
C. L. King, who received two bullets
through the thigh, exir.sidtred danger
ous; William Mullins, hot through both
The Langfords claim that it was an
accident in shooting King. All the par
ticipants were Jailed, including ex
Deputy Sheriff Reuben Mullins, who
was some distance away .when the
shooting opened and drew his pistol
and fired at the Langfords until tht-y
Uifuppearud. In tbe court rcom when
the thootlrtg occurred Hundley thought
hu father had been killed, and seizing
the gun of a guard attempted to rush
to the fray. It required six men to
hokl hint. The trouble originated dur
ing the last campaign when a number
of leading Republicans bolted the ticket
as nominated, among them being Sher
iff Mullins. King ard many others.
Chicago Lrxow Coniiulttee.
Chicago, Jan. 11. For three and a
half hours yesterday afternoon the "po
lice investigation committee cf the
senate of the Illinois general assembly
had the Chicago civil service commis
sion on trial. Part of the time ques
tion; were asked by Senator Orville F.
Horry, chairman cf the committee,' but
F. IL Bliss, counsel for a number of
ex-pollcemtn, pieed as the official in
teroration pnlat. The only witness was
John M. Glenn, secretary of the civil
service commission. No evidence of any
value was elicited from Glenn.
The Woman Who Uses
finishes her work as
fresh and bright . as
her house is dean.
Largest pacfcato greatest ocoooany.
The R. K. Fairbaak Company,
Chicago. St. Ixmis. Xew York.
tried to Violate his paroleT
Julio Saagnilly Attempts tn Laud in Cuba
bat Is Frevcntad.
San Antonio, Tex., Jan. IL A special
to The Express from Tampieo, Mex.,
says: "General Julio Sanguilly was a
passenger on the -Ward Line steamer
Saratoga arriving here yesterday artcr
noon. Your correspondent found him
at the Hotel Ccntinental at dinner and
introduced himself acd asked for an In
terview. He stated that he left New
York ostensibly for Tajripico, two cf his
friends having secured his passage be
forehand and made all necessary ar
rangements for his safe landing at Ha
vana. He assumed the name of John
Haley and stated that he was an in
valid ard wished to remain in his state
room during the trip. No one in New
York knew of his .departure e xcept his
two friends, who were members of the
"When we arrived in Hr ana arrange
ments were made by which he was to
be taken ashore at 6 o'clock on the day
cf the departure of the boat, but
through the treachery of the man who
was to row him ashore the secret was
divulged to the police, the chief of whom
presented himself at the door of the
general's state rocm and informed him
thnt it was known to the police that
Sanguilly was on board and that he
would not be permitted to ioave the
vessel. The gereral seemed very much
disappe inted at being frustrated in his
efforts to land, being very anxious to
eiree more take the field."
It wa with great 'difiiculty that the
United Stales government raved San
guilly's lire when the Spaniards had
him some time ago. He was pardoned
and liberated with the stipulation that
he should never return to Cuba.
ATH LETE AND SCULPTOR.
A Talo. of James E. Kelly's Towers, as Re
lated by a friend.
Although bo is not largo phy? icallr,
several pood stories are toltl about the
prowess of James E. Kelly, the sculp
tor . wheso brouso statues of Molly
Pitcher, General Bnford at Gettysburg,
"Tho Cattle of Harlem Heights" and
"Shcritlau's Rido" havo brought him
Jama A friend of bis said of him :
"lie has more, courage to tho Equare
inch than any man of his sizo I know,
and on several occasions he baa been
called upon to show it unexpectedly.
"Ono "day nn expressman, sis feet
high and strong in proportion, invaded
his studio. The expressman had over
charged the sculptor, and the latter de
tiri. d to refer tho matter to tho aiaiu
effice. vJ)cn tho irato espressiuan en
tered, it happened that a tall friend of
tho artist w as vlsitimr tho studio. With
an oath tho cxprea-uiau said that bo
uaa corao lor satisfaction.
" I intend to hiuinIi von tn Kmirbor.
ecus," bo ejaculated, filiating- his. fist
ana advancing toward the sculptor.
"Do not wait a moment,' auswercd
"Tho bin man snranir at tho artist
and at this critical moment, rim tall
form r.f tho hitter's friend vanished
mrortgu tne bacfc dor.r. Quick as n flash
tho pcnlntog iunnied behinal thn ruraee!
expressman, seized biiu by the back of
1 .a .. -
mo dcck, mifi vim ail the strength be
COUlfl EUIimiOIl nil' lied Ilia linrlv fnllnar
to tho front 'deer and kit ked him into
tho street it wtis all done so quickly
that the bellicose intruder hnnllr knew
how It happened. Ho fell on the fcide-
waiK, ana ins laco-was brnised. He-got
up una ran nwav. The scnlntor retnrn-
ed to bis work,, and after n few min
utes bis vanishing friend eutcTecTtim
idly from tho rear.
"'What bavo you dono with that
Goliath?' bo asked. Vou knoV I have
heart trenblo and cannot stand serneo.
and so I went out to keep calm.
'Oh, there was no scene, replied
tho sculptor. 'It was an act in three
kicks and npush.' His heart trouble
friend toMbis day thinks tho sculptor is
a piece of surcharged dyuamtto." Now
York Commercial. '
Marriage In England.
Englishmen now, it is said, are emu
lating the French in tho absolute disin
clination to marry. When they do de
cide to tako this important ".step, they
row frequently insist upon that dot
which is part of the French idea of a
successful and conveuablo marriage.
The real fact of tho matter is that tho or
dinary modern Englishman has no desire
to disturb bis bachelor estate. If he has
no title, no special wealth, no great his
toric natue to baud down to posteiily,
singlo blesseduess is good enough for
him.. Tliis state of mind is attributed
by many to the growing independence
of women. Possibly this is true, prob
ably it is not. Moroenary spirits boldly
as rt that marriages in Euglund will.
ca tho whole, never bo successful until
women bring dots to their husbands,
since gold inspires respect if not love.
Marrineo on a strictly business basis is
evidently the future.fur all Luglish wo
men to look forward to. fcfau Francisco
Anothar Good Man Oana Wrrnir.
H failed to use Foley's Kidney
Cars for his kidney complaint. For
ale bj T. H. Thomas.
Brjf ttip Str.Bi.irhs nnd TViwpk e
Not Nabc otjc
Apafrct Remedy for Constipa
tion, Sour Ston-xh.Dianhoea,
Worms .Convulsions .Fcvcrish
ocss artdLoss OF Suxn
iSurile Signature ojf
3 . JjUfJ.rr.mJ
ijtcrpir or '
old Hi dm Tins anaS
ssIm u km m my r!U:; cascuy eu afar.
Ye j? palrMQM Is ajutinac
ISeprrsOTits the follow well
known Fire and AcciJent Insur
Bociwttar fr !r Ot.
BochM'ir, 8 Y
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Bniintn Qarmat " ..
Uerctui Fir -
How Uaai'ri1r ..
Fidelity and Caanalty ..
Office comer Eighteenth street and
Second avenue) second floor.
Sawed building stone
Ashlxr and trimrc.ngj
For ehe&pneti, darabllltj and
bcant7 evcelled by no&e. This
ttcne does not wash or eo'or the
wall with alkali, eta Plans n&t
ns for estimates will receive
caret nl attention and be returned
promptly at oar expense.
Quarries IS miles from Rock
Island oa the C, B. Q.H. B.
Train Nos. f and 10 will stop
and let risltors of and on. ;
Crldgs stone, ecrn crib
brocks and lomdttlon
ttqnt air size desired.
Simples of Stone, and Photoiof
Buildings oaa bo aeen at Boost
No. 19, Mitflhajj Lynde'sbaUd
Arthur Bar rail, manager,
Rock Island or Colon, IIL
White Seal saloon
" 1S15 Secojti Atenca.
W ON TB
Cattoria ! pot s is att-iUi Vntfc mly, . It
,! act 3-ud 1a bzik, Pca't alio txjwt t ttU
Toa najiVrj a! oa tit plua or roB!s ihit It
la Jsst m good" aaa U1 auaar Ttry yuw
pest.'1 f that y ret 0-A-B-T-O-&-IA.
Haas ST stir hat.
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
j ay Tl'fcots ran pirehsaed or biuiwe
ehecle-1 at K lap Twevttath S'rtet dnit,nt
U R I A P cVpot, enmer Fifth avsnae and TUrty
HtKt street, Frank U Pluaimer, Aceni.
HAft.' I wrst.
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l:0 ftat 7:16 tm
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itoca inaiei .c airarl Anreim SOpnf 7:Mam
K'ck Ilaod A; B-ooWlyu Ac. 6:Upiu 7:4(1 rm
t Una atlne via Wilto- I 6:35 1 m S:pm
Arrival. tDepartnre. Jlatlr. eic pt Sunday.
All other dll. Tele;ihon4 Wt
t-nnday eTcnirc Piil m'n alccner wll he at
eiKitaru:r 11 :0T, which will leave for Chi
cago at S a. m. Monday.
BUHMXaTON ROHTB-O B a Q RAUr
waj Depot Ft rut avenaa an4 Slxtoanta
street, at J Yoocg. Agent.
St L, rrtntflevA. Peoria
B ir J ii via Mon aontt
clilce", siorlicg, linion
Peer a, P a 1town. Bur
llBifton A Wc
Rl. Panl & Minnraioi. ....
Sterllrp. 0 Intnn & Dohnn-i.
:10imjt 1:40 p
7 Mpm 8:10 am
ft. I. . li-n-ni Ci T. Denver
& Ptf Coat vta ;- ,'-r'w ?-y fm I M am
Da!ly. t.iili, eacotit Suuday.
CIIIOAGT MILWAI KBR HT PAIL Rl'.
-y-ltana A fo 'ih ceOm Dltlsioa
Impot T n im h s' reet, bet wren i1r,t and Beeond
v.nnas. L II Urcer, Agent.
A khii a
Ma 1 an I Ksprcts
St eanl Exprnra
Freight and Aeeommodalion
4:00 aav 11 m i -
S:iu a -a1 n.tu am
Daily fxceit Snndy.
ROCK ISLAND A PSOR'A RAILWAY
illimt ITiM a canaa aaa m
Accomodation Frtivi t
Peoria bt Loula Ma i Kz...
Hhenard aoeoiao tatioo.... ..
10:90 am'10 pm
S 40 nm
Cib'o and SherrsM Arcom.!
PatSlStAVirr 1 at 4 Vial laata a"
R I A P (Molina
Vnnst r1annf flv iK m ania. u. ... as
sivptt. Tmirs started da ly, all oilier tratu.
alatllar atfanl Cnaa1ai
waau avit BWU-ASkjra
6Cuckof the Walkw
In the launch v bnsinesB Is what onr
patrons own us to be. So yon cant
blame as for erowim; when we have
won the rucbt on ttmr ahlrt fremts.
collars, enffs and shirt walsta. Wet
do the bast work In town, and are
. looking for yoor bundle Miaj wfl
get it, King phone 1214,
1TM Third A. Pkona ins.
1.1. UwariS UTaia wmmmiw lum -J
r Jete4 ctireetiy u tbe
W--MarateM I. 1 u I
4Uys stsasil alaia pack.
A. 1. fheta. foarth Ataaas Drue atora sols
aat. Bock Island, lu, wore, soit