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Tim ACDOtt, FRIDAY, FEBIlUARY 4, 1898.
You Aro To CIzz:
If ycu do not gtt Vhlsky of the prcpr Age and
rur!?7. -Six Yean Old. IOO. Pure.- b the Gojernmenfs
CMrcniet cn every bottle cf
Easled tj W. A. GAINES tt CO.. Frankfort. Ky.
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CASE OP PROVOtLR CRABLC
Tl3rato aa4 l'irrtUMi Acalas Hlia
Xw TorX. FIil I. Rrfmrt from rr
trl r!tl t'H of full rfair.t Francla
C. :rM. hof boTrumirtir frum the
ChaihI National L&nk tatuU h un-
tJofrc t.f rn:hlr 'lr.I.in. An attach
RKiit a Imu4 ksainft h'm at Phil-
llanwr. .f Krarnry. Nrb, h9 a a:d
n Ix" Cral k-'a o.urn. L said that Urable
iuhI ttr feitml in any rf his enter
ft to-. Il ntd that If CrahJ bal imt
Ww Tr! 9 tniM kave t-atlly id
off Ilia ittirr.t lni.Mlnms to the
THTii.J N.i!hml lnk. Oral !' tat
trn eKnrin:c. Juilc ilnnr said, vir
ail ir. a iwj-ru con .lit ton. Juds
lUmr rM h ufi-'Kd Cratk's rrwp-
nr. if r:ir on. .ould brlnr llSDO.
iw and abova JJr. Orabte'a tHal
J"l liamrr rs shown the ttbaratrh
frmn Omaha slat In that, amora- oth
ers, he a suitiff th frorTtjr f Gra
for !, . Xolir Hamer said he
Vrvw a-xh'rt; i. ihls suit, aaj u evl
T.tlr soTrrl:d. -t has la bmucht
y .m we la my isirrrtt. I truppoae.'
h saM. lYrha; for some romtany
lm I rprrjnt." "Mr. Orable tel-
rraphr! m from KU Louis today. ' He
eTMetitly kn-w tMth!rtg about this
rh-mal tank affair until totisy."
M ft. Urtiis (iraMe Issued a state
to the rffrrt that all his er.Ur
tris rre rrnulne and rrnTlrc. es
fUlnlrc ttn-lr ettrnt. hirh Is very
larr. Aftrr that he n-fused to riysny
thin. Ills eindcntial srrretary. how
tt, ?M-Irrd that he would come out
with fiytng rkww.
Makes a Raid Milk lor Wraith.
rtn. IHs.. FeK 4. J. A. Thnme, of
Ijvla. Irrxiuois rountr. Ills., has rr-
rU-rw t the patrate cf the Ccmtrrga
tknl thurrh thrre to acrept a conduc
t.rhi la in Ii'.lncls Central lTillman
1 1cbl Mrm Kntrk Laa4.
ft. Johns. Xd.. Keb. 4.-n!sht of the
rixtrfn mn who went Wrdnesday on
an ke line in Trinity bay rearhed Ian
tail micht. U-liy fnt Mttcn. It Is be
lictrd that the others are saved.
Chlcaro. Feb. 1
F"llolnr re the quotations on the
rr. f Tnl loitsy: Wheat Mar.
rn-l Kr, r1 -tl 4t4: July, oened
Kr, thU V4St-; iVtrmber. nvd
J.i-. r.l -r. Com Vay. oncd
rc. fhsrd July, ined 3c,
rld yr; Mopti mber. ox-riil 21c, rioted
:iV.r. ut5-May. orbited 13r. clcsed
rt',': Jl r. I'ene-I Kr. rlrd
s.r-War. ofnrd H12t. rloeed
It" i:.; July. ned JIO.ZC rlol
Ths Red'AppU of Discord Is This
German Way of Barrmg
Out Our Products.
13 A! 05- A1TRTCA5 PLAHT8 ITOV,
ItcsUas TtuU Beceatly Fat oa Frolts. Creea
aa4 Dried - State brpartmcnt I'rrparinir
ta Hake Kobm Sharw rrotcats Court De
clloa That rat-ls Sam Can Make N Ap.
praprtatimui for SertarUa I Alt That
Was laterwutlng la tonemt Noted.
Washington. Ftb. 4. Advices have
been received from Ambassador White
as to the nature of the decree in Ger
many shutting out American fruit It
would seem that the full d?talls are not
btainable In lierlin, but it is expected
that the ambassador will cable the en
tire decree as soon as he ran obtain
possession of It. The important facta
that werw eta!ll!h'd by the advices
were: First, that the decree of cxpukion
ums the word "American" as descrip
tive of the rlare of origin cf the fruit,
which would seem to Include Canadian
fruit without question; second, that the
decree. Instead of applying only to fresh
fruit, as was at first supposed, includes
In the r inhibition all dried fruils from
America. State department ofiiciaia
have not yet recovered from their sur
I rise at the method adopted by the Ger
man government of accomplishing Its
obK-ct In this matter, and undoubtedly
the corrvspr-iidonce to follow will set
this out cry clearly.
Thrr OIJertiaa to the Method,
Tae bji-ttlon to the course pursued is
Is thrc-fold. In the first place it is said
to I entirely without precedent, ard
rtlrcouri.f.us tcards the American am
tassador at Ikrlin. to make the decree
and put it Into effect without the slight
est aarnlng to him. In the second place,
by making the dene take oCTect at
once and n -pplng ail fruit in trap-it. a
great injustice Is done to shippers, who
without warning are made to Inseheav
liy tn their capital Invested In the fruit.
Third, the rVirte In condemned In that
It makes no provision f r the admission
of fruit of absolute purity; permits no
rViti-mstraiicn of origin or healtliful
comttliin. and In fact con1emr.s ell
fruit, gran and bal. alike. These con
siderations r.re to be strongly urged tr-
on the German government as rf asor.a
why !t huld either revoke or ntotllfy
the dffire on the lines Indicated, before
any ni.re rai!ral action Is taken.
A Sew raae af Caaiplahit.
Itut ahile the state department Is
preparing to tartle the Germans on this
question it WKira that the Germans are
trying tn give us some "more of the
ranie." A lVilin telegram says
tilled to a seat In the senate from Ore-
ton. CaRery making the principal speech
in favor of the resolution. H? held that
the governor of a state had no au
thority of appoint to All an original
vacancy a vacanry beginning with a
new term after the legislature had had
an opportunity to elect and had failed
to do EO.
Poring the senate session White of
California introduced the following Joint
resolution "Resolved. That of right it
belongs wholly to the people of the Ha
waiian islands to establish and main
tain their own form of government and
domestic policy; that the United States
ought in nowipe to interfere therewith.
and that any intervention in the politi
cal affairs cf these islands by any other
government will be regarded as an
act unfriendly to the United States."
The resolution was passed by the sen
ate on May 31, 184, having been re
ported by Turpie, of the committee on
IMPORTANT TO rUl'RCH KODIE&
Congress Canaot Appropriate Money for
Any Sectariaa Inatitution.
Washington. Feb. 4. Judge Hagner,
In the equity court, yesterday made a
ruling of far reaching importance, hold
ing in effect that it Is unconstitutional
for congress to appropriate money for
sectarian institutions. The court
granted an injunction restraining the
treasurer of the United States from
paylrg lo the directors of the Provi
dence hospital any money belonging to
the United States or the District of Co
lumbia in accordance with an agree
ment with the commissioners of the
district and the hospital directors. The
agreement In question was that the
commissioners should erect on the
grounds of Providence hospital a build
ing for the treatment of minor con
tagious diseases without expense to the
hospital, but should be paid out of an
appropriation for that purpose con
tained in the District appropriation bill.
approved March 3, 1S3i, and that when
the building should be completed it
should be turned over to the officers of
The application for the Injunction
was made by Joseph Brad field, who
maintained that the question arising tn
connection with the payment of money
involved a principle and a precedent for
the arfiropriattonof United States funds
for the use and support of religious
societies contrary to the constitution.
The caae will be taken to the court cf
wiii:re ivvoi' ;kt that hats
tj nnt Ion That Simpnon Want Dlngley to
Annwer Reply He Make.
Warhington, Feb. 4. Jerry Simpson
has discovered that Chairman Dlngley
wars a London-made hat and has pre
pared a rpeech on that subject.
That la whr.t was reported here yes
terday and telegraphed out of the city
by spTlaIs. What has occurred so far
took place In the house during the tie-
It is bate on th fortifications bill Simpson
ar.cf.ur.ced that the bundem-ath (federal nln,, ome mimorous rem.itKS aooui
rounrilt in ttir.arv sittinc veMer.lav i 1'ingiey s nai ana sajing it came irom
..nr..v.M it. r,.miti'. r,mnf.i thi.t n ' Inlon. llcplying. Dingley said that
BISCUIT AND CRACKER COMBINE.
Trn That Takes In Practically the Whole
of the I'nited Slates.
Chicago, Feb. 4. All the bircult ar.d
cracker companies between Salt Lake
City on the west: Portland. Ms., on the I
cast; St." Taul on the north, and New
Orleans cn the south, are tcday under I
one management. The name of the new
corporation, which was Incorporated
yesterday in the state of New Jersey.
with a capital of JJo.OCO.OCO preferred
and $30,0CO,CCO common stock is the Na
tional Biscuit company. The actual!
transfer of the deeds of the various
plants controlled by the companies
merged into the National tock rlace in
the office of the Illinois Trust and Sav
ings ber.k in this city.
The new company purchased for cafhl
all the assets, bills receivable and op-1
crating plants cf ail the bakeries which I
are controlled by the American Bircuit I
and Manufacturing company. United I
States Pakirs company, and New York
Biscuit company. It also assumes all I
the indebtedness cf these companies. I
Practically all the stockholders of the!
old companies subscribed for rtcck in
the National company.
Th new company controls 1C9 differ
ent plants, which is about 90 per cent. I
of all large bakeries in the country. No
changes will be made in prices and no
such move Is contemplated.
The headquarters' of the National
company w ill for the present be In the I
Home Insurance building in this city.
Weighing the Baby.
The Etory is of a young and demoted
father. Tho baly was his first, and he
wanted to weigh it.
'It's a bumper!' be exclaimed.
"Where are the Kales?"
Tho domestic ken ted np an ol.-. -.v
ed pair, and tbo prond young f.
Eumed charge of the operation.
"I'll try it at eight pounds," ho said.
sliding the weight along the beam at
'It won't oo. She weighs ever bo
much more than that"
He slid tho weight along several
'By George!" he said. "She weighs
mere than 10 pounds 11 12 -13 14!
Is it possible?"
lie set the baby and the scales down
and rested lnniself a moment.
"Eipgest ta'oy I ever saw, " he panted.
resuming tho weighing process. "Fif
teen and a half 101 This thing won't
weigh her. See, 1G is the last notch.
nnd fcbo jerks it np like a feather! (jo
and get a big pair of scales at sonio
neighbor's. I'll bet a tenner that sho
weighs over 20 ponnds. ilillie," he
shouted, rushing into the next room.
"she's tho biggest bsby in this country
weighs over 10 pounds! '
"What did yon weigh her on?" in
quired tho young mother.
"On the old scales m tho Kitchen."
"The figures on those are only
rinuccs, " she replied qnictiy. "iinug nic
Uio baby, John." Pearson's Weekly.
AN OPEN LETT
WB ARE ASSERTING Ef THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO THH
EXCLUSIVE USB OF THE WORD UQ ASTORIA " AN'T)
"PITCHER'S C ASTORIA," as our trade .mark.
I, DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, cf Byanvds, Massachusetts
is the Originator cf "PITCHER'S CASTORIA." the same
that has borne and docs no:o
rV,V V VS W WttW UV w S ffclW y - BBwaaaaanaBnaBsaB)---
bear thefdc-simQe signature of t
This is the original " PITCHER'S CASTORIA," vhich has beer.
used in the homes of the Mothers of America for ever thirty
years. LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper end see that it is
the kind you have always bought 0 - on the
j . s
unit titt; siynuiuro cj tttfexitt lurao
per. Ho one lias authority from me to use mu name ex
cept The Centaur Company of which Oias. H. Ectcher is
March 8, 1S97. Q,& &
Do Not Bo Deceived
Do not endanger the life of your child by accepting
a cheap substitute which some druggist may offer yon
(because he makes a few more pennies oa it), the in-
gredients of which even he docs not know.
The Kind You Have Always Bought"
BEARS THE FAC-SIMILE SIGNATURE CF
Insist on Having
The Kind That Never Failed You.
decree should be issued prohibiting the
Importation from America cf live plants
and Bhrul and packages containing the
tame. The decree will also, in a certain
measure, affect American fruits. These
are to be examined by experts on their
arrival at German ports and packages
the hat war made in New York, and
that the manufacturer put in a London
mark to make the dudes purchase
them, whereupon Simpson said that
Dingley was not a dude.
Lku;iey said that Simpson was given
to talking through his hat. and ended
f mrd to I s Ini.-rted with the fruit lous . denying that he (Dlngley) had kn-
wlll ho exclude d. Instructions to th-a P"" ! Mtc the passage of the
ffArt wl'l he ied tn the ruftonis no. . Dlngley bill. The whole episode caused
thorites. This announcement, which is Frcat dcal of
made by an oflkial agency, appears to
Indicate a measure distinct from the
dfrte hisurd cn Tuesday by Dr. Mlqucl,
the Prussian minister cf finance, pro
hlbiti. i the importation of every kind
f American irtsn iruii. out u is mn- ; nnti-gca!pinc bill, with
cull t ascertain the exact details. H.a . th- ... mnIPBnt of
Proponed Anti-Nratping Legislation.
WnMiingten. Feb. 4. The senate com
mittee on Interstate commerce yester-
clay authorised a favorable report on the
tmnocsrain s mearure. u is poimea out, nlcnts wa9 nne ,lfrered by Tillman re-
is rnr less s.iingent man similar meas- i,.in. railroad tiaea. and reeulat-
Ir.g tlieir ls.n;e.
wres at present enforced in Individual
states of the American Union.' "
Itermaa Ar Kmwoliat Ia-oniitat.
One of thertanding complaints against
Iard-May. r.petird a'rd riM'd ! American dried fruit, the trade in
C L 11LTI1,
J AMU r. UTJBBILU
Arattwew aa4 Suae fttwi tea ta
UX5RT OAKTJC. Iff?.
Cat rS taA Dal al t BaaW
Ct Mt Haul araiaa, Tn
l:'j; July. -tnr. and closed t.V (:',
llrdiKe; Putter Ultra creamery,
per n; xtra dJ'.ry. Kc: fresh
M- kmc atja. lie Freth stork.
j;',c -f Drcrd Poultry Tur
keys. ll per It; rhlckena, S1
e; durka, Jl?"3. Pnlatoe Common
eholee. irr(V per ha. twcet 1'uta
! Comr.on . . h -e. tWp p r bu.
Kert Potatvrsllilnots, .'yi;5 pr
Ckk-aa tlo Mak.
Chkago. Ftb. t
Ifn, Ftlmtel receipt f.r the dsy.
I.e; qraltty oily fair: left over auut
ajMrket ariie and feeling flrnr;
.re lMl.r hxher; sales ranged at
?::. i t pis. si..es for in;n.
tt:tr:: f.r rush psrkinc. tr;s
tv,'m Tt mlxd. ar.d I2l.cv for
k.air t xsir.c a l shipping lots. Cat-
tl rtimle.l reee'pt f..f the dsy.
aitality fair; aiarket rather active
en MrP"- ard ll arctunt; feeling
eore-t. rlts lec h'.gher fr the best
M. tstl other a ere unrtianareci: quo.
latioaii 7)4 at 11 ' nr rholce
t elira st.ers, t4 tn t i. good to rhr
. it fair to good. tv 2;
t'WtrfcerV eer. jJitii stockers.
tfc, feeoVr. l:rl roars. IJ.
I 3 r-frs. lilCfcl. heifrs. IH' U
IwlX sa and Mags. f..lOi4 4"
T-a teets. and li.UH1.t veal ea!vc-a
heva Imtw f:mimate.1 receipt
f.-r th 4ar. ItWM: quality fairly good;
anarhet r:Urr settve: Wrg sirvng;
Veil grrales Hilr higher; others an-
rhneewt; a,amUklkora tanged at tZt
1 1 wterns. Itttti natives, and
l cyj.W lm.
Milwaukee. Feb. S.
WlalWeafc: No. I northern.
r; No. ; srnnc (f'ic; May. KHc.
Hie Flnr: So. 1. 4c. Parley Steady;
Na. 2. 'tr: sampU. "6 C.
nar-T iriv.aCrM: wfatflr.
IWiier-rr w clmr. rv: fr rrcanicry,
le-AUv T Ireantd. We.
rcUa-Sutekr t tor mm fed steer
: aa4 keiTer. CJ'ie; !.
In lafaats aai CaOdisa.
which with Germany has assumed enor
nous proportions. Is brought to official
notice by a report that rorr.es to the
state department from United
Plate Consul Ocmun. at Stutteart. He
transmits a notice Issued by the chief
of police at Stuttgart to the effect that
most of the samples of American ap
pWnra. or dried apples, taken from the
loral retailers show the addition cf me
tallic xinr. This compalalnt was mado.
I i the department first about two years
aco, the assertion being made that the
sin? was present In the apples because
the Americans dry the fruit on xlne
frays Instead of wooden bars aa we do."
Immediately one c f our consuls In Ger
many visited an agricultural exposition
then going nn In Germany and reported
that all ofthe fruit evaporator exhib
ited, about fourteen In number, were
fitted with the alleged harmful xinc
tray, which were freely used in Ger
many. roLiTirs n the richt-of-wat.
Dae UtUa Talkiag About tba Bills
Washlngtor, Feb. 4. The house spent
yerterday ostens.bly considering the
fortiflcatjorif appropriation bilL In
reality the major portion of the time
was consumed. In the discussion of
political topics. The existence of pros
ferity In this country was again the
main question of dispute. One feature
of th day was a rather caustic
exchange between Simpson of Kansas
and Pitney of New Jersey. 'Simpson
was "going for" the trusts, which he
sal J were organised In New Jersey to
prc-y on Kansas and other states. In a
humorous vein he said the people of
New Jersey were not to blame that
Irgtrtatlun in that state waa knocked
down to the highest bidders, as they
were the descendants of the Hessians.
When askac! b Smith of Michigan
why he had done nothing toestertninat
the trusts Simpson replied that he was
beipleu in the house. "In this bouse."
aid he. "the speaker Is the whole thing
I had aa well file a bill in the Potomac
river as in this house." Pitney. In reply
to Simpson, referred Indirectly to the
tact that Simpson was born In New
Brunswick. He remembered, he said.
that after th war of the revolution
many of the tortes and traitors in New
England were deported to the netchbor
Ing province of New Brunswick. He did
not mean to Imply, he said, that Simp
ton's ancestry was necessarily tainted
ky that fact.
The senate passed the agricultural ap.
preprliticn bill and debated the resolu
tion declarinc that Corbett was not en-
ArtUtlc Work with Little Troflt.
Washington, Feb. 4. One hundred-
dollar silver cortlflratcs to the value of
nearly $11,500,000 have been turned Into
the treasury, and only twenty-four
counterfeits have been found. Treasury
otnials think that not to exceed fifty
of the bosus notes were put In circula
PROVES TO BE A SPECIAL LIE.
That Story of a Famished Mob at the Den
Denver, Colo., Feb, 4. The directors
of the Denver chamber of commerce
yesterday adopted resolutions regard
ing reports sent out by special corre
spondents of the recent barbecue which
was given at the conclusion of the
Stock Growers' convention, in which
they "deprecate and condemn the un
warranted, untruthful and slanderous
statements sent out by some Irresponsi
hie and sensational correspondents of
certain eastern newspapers, which
tatements concerning the last day's
entertainment of the visiting delegates
consisting of a barbecue held at tue
Union Stock yards were untruthful,
highly sensational and not warranted
by the facts. There was no riot, no
bloodshed, no conflict between crowds
snd the police, nor the military; nor
was the strong arm of the law called
upon to quell any mob, for the reason
that there was no occasion for any such
displRy of authority."
HORRIBLE DEED IN ARKANSAS.
Dona by a Man t'nder Control of a Freary
Little Rock. Ark., Feb. 4. One of the
most horrible crimes ever perpetrated
in this state took nlace in Franklin
county Wednesday nidhj. Sol F. Au trey,
a farmer, accompanied by his family.
went t-ar.y In the morning to visit his
aged father and mother, living near
Mulberry. Shortly after his arrival
Autrey became engaged in a religious
argument with the old folks. Suddenly
he grasped an iron bar. killed his aged
father, his mother and his 10-year-old
son, and seriously-wounded h . wife and
three remaining children, two of whom
are not expected to live. His wife and
eldest daughter, although badly hurt.
managed to notify the neighbors. When
they reached the house they found
Autrey a raving maniac, with his cloth
ing on fire. He was overpowered after
a hard struggle,
Vlrloa Ball th TVath of Him.
Carlyle. Ills., Feb. 4. Richard W.
NeaU one of the richest farmers in
Clinton county, was attcked bya vicious
bull and died from exposure In the field.
He was 47 years of age and was a mem
ber of the XlUcois Horticultural society.
Edwin Booth as a Husband.
At this period the second Mrs. Booth.
always n nervous invalid, began to show
signs of tlio mental lack of balance
which finally sapped her own life and
aliiio.ft broke his heart. During her fre
quent attacks at Saratoga and later,
when the two families met in New
York and i Ixindon, bometimes she
was very trying, but I never knew him
to show a sign or utter n word of impa
tience. He bore meekly with everything
she raid end u:d, lnndo excuses for hor,
cenctulod her irritability aud her irre
sponsibility as much as possible. He
hi !d her in his arms, us if she wcro a
baby, for hours and nights together
without a murmur, aud he showed a do-
rotiou that hardly can be equaled,
Laurence Hutton in Harper s Magazine.
nad Cone What She Could.
A colored woman went to the pastor
of her cliun-h the other day to complain
of the conduct of btr husband, who, she
said, was a low down, worthless, trifling
nigger. After listening to a long recital
of the delinquencies of her neglectful
spouse and her efforts to correct them
the minister said, "Have you over tried
heaping coals of fire upon his head?"
"Ko," was the reply, "Lut I done tried
hot water." Washington Letter in
Tba e'd Tn am Ttna-WMd
Ratts St low as any raliabla; ejajpaty aut afart.
Ton pataasaga la aoUdewt
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
CHICAGO. ROOK INLAND A- PACIFIC KATL
war Tickets can b irarchared or bnra
checkel at K i f Taerticth siraet dry-Cot
v if is e c.-pot, earner Fifth sve-une sad Tuirtj
Arst strves Frank H Piumnier. AsenU
IleiAtr Lull d ifciimali .. .
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low a and lh koines
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IftfDvtr, inrnin & clniabA. .
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; tock If and WitIU. Kton
c'hicaen UrsMoiiK. . .
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Represents the following well
known Fire and Accident Insur
ftoc&asttr 6r- fua Os Waetaatar. w J
WeU:bt fj " ,..Sw York
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Fidelity and Cassalty " New Tork
Offlee comer Eighteenth street and
Second avenue, second floor.
Arrival. tDeptrtnre. 0all. xc pt Sunday.
All others d til v. TelcplioiK: It'll
Sotidajr cviiin a PuCnMii lci-Der )11 hn at
thf1epotafu.-rll .nl-, whivliwill leave lor Chi
cago at S a, m. Monday.
APhysician'sTribute st0De Quarries
To the Benefits Received From Dr. Milts'
NEW HEART CURE.
TJTJBLIKGTON FOTJTB-0 B O HATL
O war Depot First arena and tilxtwiitli
sueet, H J Toong, Agent.
TRAINS I.XAVB anr.iv
8t L, Bptlotn.Tld. Peoria
Bar y ii-. via Mon oth 7:00 am T:iOii
Chtraen, aierlirg, t baton
Do'iuqne t 7:40 am t t:W pa
Peora. Pea datowa, liar
HiiKion & Wew t .45 pm tl am
St. Pan! St MinneapnM 7 Mi B:10 am
Sterllca. O inton & Uubtujif 7 5u jm t pm
6t. L . K mai! cj v. Denver
t Pag.Coa t vlaGcWh'ot "rapm S:Faia
" Daily. tBiUy eaceut Saadiy.
Ill "At. MlLWAl'KER 8T PA I' I. RM1-wy-Itacln
t Suithwestern l)nifl.
IxfiKit T a-ccteth s'oet, bctwt en "lrt and ticoud
arnnnrnt. L 11 Greer, Arcnt.
TrlAOa tjuvs AtiHiva"
Mall an Krprcsa 7: air ii-.fipm
at lnl Expraea c:m VB. ll:.uiam
t'reifrht and accommodation h -.in ixiain
ROCK ISl.ND PSOR'A RAILWAY
tent Firt ATtnoe and Twcntioia tlrtct.
K 'o-.iboe, Ucn'i Tkt Ai;ent.
TRArSB. j tsava Aaniv
Sprir.pf e'.d, Cincinnall, I'eo-I
i la, etc ... 'lOSt pm
Peoria a St Lonl- M1 Rx... . s.ns am pm
Aro m--da;lon t'itl Kroigtu., ln:3n am
Rxpru'S ....I l.45m 11:15 am
tvi Arw' erelKht 7:KIm Irrv am
C hie A aberrant accom....i HUsin r.: il)im
('hi Arromudiion I M:4Hm 'J: im
C.'ab and Kiierrard Aacom . I S: - 7.!uin
EAST DLSEAPE Is curable. It Is not
surprising -that au cases are not
cured, since no physician has made
the heart a special study for a quarter of a
century as Dr. Miles has done. The follow
ins tribute from a physician will be read
with interest. "For six years prior to taking
Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure my wife was a
tcrriblo sufferer from heart disease. She
bad a constant flutter-
in; of the heart and
severe palpitation and
pain In the left side.
Sho took three bottles
of I. Miles' New Heart
Cure and was complete
ly restored to
and has not taken a
dropot ra?dictne daring the past two years.
Under these circumstances I cannot do
otherwise than recommend it toothers.'
F. lendshlp, X. T. W. H. Scott. M. D.
Dr. Miles' Bemedies are sold by all drug
gists under a positive guarantee Erst bottle
benefits or mon"j refunded. Book on Heart
and Sere ept free to all applicants.
DR. MIVK3 MEDICAL CO. Elkhart. lad.
trctd taildlng ston
Athltr tnd trimmings
For ohMpBMi, durability ud
beaaty txoelled by none. This
tone does not wash or eolor the
wall with alkali, ato. Flaniieat
at tor estimates will receive
careful attention and be returned
prompilr our expense.
Qnarrlei IS miles front Book
Island on the 0.. B. A Q. B. 3.
TralaaRoa.1 and 10 will atop
and tot Ttiitora 08 and on.
Brld.a stsats csrn crib
blocks tnd foondttlon
itoni my tha dnlrei
BaniBlft. of Btone and Pkctoi 0!
BaildJagi esa be seen at Boom
No. IS, Mitchell ft Lyndo'i build
I if. Addreaa:
Arthnr BnrraU, mocaer,
Rock Islacd or Cototu, ILL
I'aefcLiror train leave ClI Jt P (Molina
srenae) depot five (5) minnte earlier tb-n tme
ivi-n. Traioe n-aracd da-.ly, all other tra.na
daily except Sunday.
43 Hours to
White Seal saloon
1815 Second Arcana.
Lv Rock Ia anl...
....tt I & P..
U & C...
....1 i' p m
....7 !0 a ra
....8 80 a m
....8 to a m
But two (1) changes enroalo,
both in Union Depots. Sleeper
Peoria to Ciocinnattl. Solid Ves
tibule Train, consistinp; of Pull
man Drawing Boom Buffet, and
Parlor Cafe and Observation
Car Cincinnatti to Jacksonville.
Reservation made through tu
R I & P Ry.
Depot 20th sir-, Beck Island.
B. STOCKU0U3E, Genl Ticket Agt