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THE AUGrUS, WEDNESDAY. 31 ABCH 29, 1699.
McCASKKLN & McCASKBIN,
Attorney at Law-
Bock Wand and Milan. Roe island offlee
o? er Kreil Maine ewe. una
. r. miiiLLT. - O. OOgSBLiT
Attorneys at Law.
Money loaned. Offlee or or Thomas' drut
(tore. corner of Second avenue and Seven
. JACKSON A HUKST.
Attorneys at Law.
Offlee la Rock UaodNtUooil Bank BuQd
wtt I- .r-DOLIn. BOBT. B. BTKOU.
LUDOLI'II & REYNOLD,
Attorneys at Law.
u. ninl lnl business. No-
try public J 706 Second avenue, Bulord
aatwiHiT. & fc. wauten.
'Attorneys and CoanaeUors at Law.
Office In Bengston Block.
CHARLES J. SEAKLE,
State a Attorney.
Counsellor at law. OBee In court bouse.
McENIKY & McENIKY,
Attorneys at Law.
Loan money on rood seeurltv; "jake "I'LlS"
ris. Reference, micneii it. iyuts.
Pmce, Mitchell A Lynne nuiiaing.
JOHN K. SCOTT,
Commercial and criminal law. Room 4,
MitcbeU A Lyode building.
F. II. FIRST, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Phone on 1367. Office, M Twentieth
street. Offlee hours: 10 to 12 a. m.; Z to 4 and
7 to n p. m. Sunday, 8 JO to 0:30 a. m.; 1:30 to
J. A. BALL, M. D.
rbyslolan and barf eon. ' " "
Office 1007 Second avenue. Residence WW
wenty-fourth street. Telephone 1110. Office
hours from 10 to IS a m: to 4 p. m; and 7 to 8
p. in, Sundays a to 10 a. m
DR. CORA EMERY REED,
Speelal attention to disease of women and
children. alw diseases of eye, ear, nose and
throat. Office hours 0:30 to 12 a. in., 1 to 4 p.
m. 31 Sixteenth street. Rock Island.
. m. BDHKHABT, M. D . . .
. . . HHP. HADA M. BTJBKHABT. U. D.
DRS. DURKIJAUU & BURK1IART,
Offlee Tremann block. Office hours 8 to 12
a. m.. I to and 7 to p. m. 'i-bone No. &
Rock Island, ill. Night calls answered from
C. T. FOSTER, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Office between Third and Fourth avenues on
Twentieth street. Office hours: 9 to 11a.m.,
Z to 4 p. m. and 7 to p. m. Night call from
office, l'bone 40hL
DR. S. II. MILLER,
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist,
All disease of horses and cattle treated on
approved principles. Surgical operations per
formed in u seientine manner. Dors treated.
All culls promptly attended to. Residence,
lin Fifth avenue. Telephone 1 on 13K7. Office
lnHrm:in. InlS-lftl, Fifth avenue IJ
Mauckcr's stubie). opposite No. 1 nre house.
DR. II. EMMET STEEN,
Specialist anil ctpert in Mic treatment of
ncrvoui. private udU all chronic di-.ea.ses of
men unit women.
Houn: 10 to V!. 2 to 4. to H. Sundavs III to 12.
Ilarrwon and becooi blreels. opposite new
DR. M. A. HOLLINGSWORTII.
Office: Ilarper House Pharmacy,'
DRACK & KERNS,
Architect and Superintendents.
C. L. SILV1S,
Over Kreil A Math1. 1718 Second avenue.
DR. C. W. GRAFTON,
Rooms is and IV Mitchell A Lynde building.
Office hours from 8 to 12 a. m. and 1 to 8 p. m.
J. T. TAYLOR,
Offlee hours 9 to 12 a. m.. 1:39 to 4:30 p m.
Vli K.shlnOT th strveL Opnosite Cnioo fflsa
HENRY GAETJE, Prop.
Cut Flower and Design of all Kind.
City store. 1807 Second avenu.
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It causes the oil glands
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and glossy, precisely as
It cleanses the scalp from
dandruff and thus removes
one of the great causes of
It makes a better circu
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the hair from coming out.
if Prevents end II
Ayer's Hair Vigor will
surely make hair grow on
bald heads, rrovided onlv
there is any life remain
ing in the hair bulbs.
It restores color to crav
or white hair. It does not
do this in a moment, as
will a hair dve: but in a
short time the gray color
of age gradually disaD-
pears and the darker color
of youth takes its clsce.
Would you like a corv
of our book on the Hair
and Scalp? It is free.
If ym do not obtain sit the benefits
7 ' 1 ipp7,, irom n! no ci too vigor
AtUlreM. liB. J. C. ATM.
& Peoria Railway
EAST and SOUTH.
Leave Hock Island.
" C. II. I. .v P. iK'pot 8:00 am 1:40 pm
' a:h Street IH.-;ot :05 a m l: p m
A r. Peoria 11:20am 4:SS p m
nioomiuton 1:17 pm 1:3 pm
Sprinji!leld..v.. 3:1S p m 8:00 p m
"Decatur 3:'J0pm 9:30 pm
"Jacksonville 7:50 pm
"Indianapolis.. 6:10pm 3:30am
" Terre Haute. fl:-"9 p m
St. Louis 7o p m 6:30 a m
"Cincinnati D:05 p m 7:10 am
" Kvansville S:X p m W:25 a m
" Louisville 7:30 a m
Day ton 1 0:23 p m 9:00 a m
Columbus 1:30 am 11:33 am
"Nashville 2:(' a m 8:10pm
" Chattanooga 2:35 p m 6:5.5 p m
" Atlanta 7:30 p m 10:30 p m
Lines east of Peoria carry throujjh
coaches and tIeeiin; cars" on ni"ht
trains to principal cities.
R. STOCK HOUSE.
(en"l Pass. Aent,
Rock Island, III.
On Photographic Work
C. E. Smith's Studio.
In orJer to more thoroughly
introduce our dull finish or
platino tvork, we have de
cided to reduce the price,
making it an object to all.
Call early, examine work and
place your order. All worit
guaranteed to be satisfac
tory. Bring in the little '
Rooms opposite Haruer Honsa.
Best Dining Car Service.
FIRE-BUGS! $200 REWARD.
The premium r"Tcrs of the state are main-
taimrur a tuna oy popvuar suoscripuon Irani
which Is offered a
Reward of $200
By the undenliraed aotociation for the arrest
and eon vie lion of any incendiary In any of the
PROPERTY OWNERS FIRB ASSOCIATION
Buck Uand, iii.
OLNEY FOR PRESIDENT
News from Boston That the Ex
Secretary of State Is in
the Race for 1900.
Vf.TTT.l.T71IT TTflW TJ7TT.T. TTW'n'PR WAV
I w" r
Points of HI Record Claimed
His Candidacy Gil" ShankUa Fore
easts tlie Democratic Platform and Can
didate Otherwise "Sound Money" Men
Hold at Council "and Decide to Keep at
Work Plans of the Populists Stated.
Milwaukee. March 29. The Journal
eays: "That a movement is under way
to make ex-Secretary of State Richard
; OIney the Democratic candidate for
president next year is revealed in a let
ter from Boston to The Journal. General
Olr.ey's campaign Is based on the theory j
that he is In favor of imperialism while i
opposed to annexation." I
Movement Is Well t'nder Way. I
"The writer of the letter referred to
Is a gentleman who Is very prominent in
Democratic politics and he says that the
mnvfmf.nt l Me fllrpv1. f3vnr la
under way and that work is being done I
with system. It is urged in his In half '
that he, though a gold Democrat in 1SS6,
did not make himself obnoxious to the
free silver element, and that on the ex
pansion question he would be an avail
able candidate, being opposed to the an
nexation of distant islands to the terri
tory of the I'nited States. Mr. 01ney"s
views on the acquisition of foreign ter
ritory are very pronounced. He believes
irl the I'nited States striving with the
other nations of the world for commer
cial greatness, but not for political ex
tension." .1. C Shanklln Makes Predictions.
Kvansville. Ind., March 23. The
Democratic national platform, on which
the fight will be made in 1900, will em
brace these propositions: 1. Free and
unlimited coinage of silver, as well as
gold, at a ratio of 16 to 1. 2. The gov
ernment and not the banks shou'd issue
paper money. 3. It will oppose the so
called money trut. 4. It will oppose
trusts in general. 5. It will be against
the policy of conquest of foreign lands
by force. 6. It will declare in favor of
an income tax. 7. It will declare against
Covernment bv injunction.
liryan the Logical Candidate.
Such is the statement made by John
Gilbert Shanklln. of this c ity, who lo a,
member of the Democratic national
committee from Indiana, in the course
of an extended conversation yesterday.
Shanklin has been home about two
weeks. During his trip through the
cast he wasi in consultation with the
silver Dsmccrattc leaders. He also sa!d '
that Bryan was the logical Democratic I
candidate for president and that he
would be- nominated without a doubt.
SOI'ND MONEY MEN CONFEIi.
Central Council Meets and Determines to
Continue Its Work.
New York, March 29. The central
council of the National Sound Money
League, consisting of the vice presi
dents of the league, met yesterday in
this city, re-elected the old officials, list
ened to the reports of officers and ex
changed views as to the vitality of the
silver movement. The western men
reported that the free coinage agitation
was declining, but by no means dead.
and there was general concurrence In
the view of Secretary Gage, expressed
In a letter, that -it will be wise for the
kound money forces to hold themselves
in line to oppose any fresh attack of
the kind which was so successfully re
sisted In the fall of 1S96." Some of the
delegates pointed out that though free
silver had been defeated the currency
system had not been perfected. Th
work of the league will continue.
During the discussions President J.
sterling Morton said that every species
of discontent was found under the head
of 16 to 1. He called attention to the
great opposition to trusts which also
took refuge under the free silver move
ment. All the disordered and discon
tented people in the west, he believed
had organized under Bryan, and his suc
cess in the west was owing to that fact.
'Coin" Harvey's daily income, he had
been told, was $S00, which showed that
the free filter advocates were getting
ny to Remain In tbe Race.
I'arrlsburg. Pa.. March 23. An infor
mal conference of friends of Senator
Quay wr.s held last night at the execu
tive mansion to discuss the senatorial
situation. Senntor Penrose was present.
It was decided that Quay would remain
a candidate for I'nited States senator,
and if there is no election by tre pres
ent legislature to submit the question to
th people in the election for members
of the legislature two years hence.
Quay's friends deny that there are ar.y
signs of a break In their lines.
Populists Planning a Campaign.
Birmingham. Ala.. March 29. Dr. G.
B. Crowe, state chairman of the Popu
list party, states that the national and
state Populist campaign of 1900 will
soon be inaugurated. Various state
conventions will be held this spring and
the platform of the Cincinnati conven
tion Indorsed, as will also be the na
tional nominees. Wharton Baker and
Ignatius Donnelly. Dr. Crowe says tha
Populists will steer in the middle of the
road, forming no entanglirg a'liancfs.
Beet Sugar Bounty in Wisconsin.
Madison. Wis.. March 29. The house
yesterday advanced the beet sugar
bounty bill to third reading after re
ducing the period of bounty to three
year Tho four bills framed by the
senate to carry out the recomendation
of Governor Scofleld concerning the tax
ation of express companies, sleeping car
companies, freight line companies and
equipment companies were concurred in
with a few amendments. The senate
let the anti-pass bill go over to tomor
row, as it cid the adjournment resolu
tion. Five bills were passed.
Another Be. v Factory.
Menominee. M. N;h 29. Local
capitalists and bus.. Xconferred
yesterday with C M. v. jn. of De
troit. Garrison is an expe. beet sugar
manufacturer and promoter. A com
pany is in process of organization to
erect a big beet t-ugar factory in this
city. A stock company with a capital
of JI.WO.OOO will be organized.
BBOOKE TO BATE THE ROLLS.
Gomes Promises Alger Troops Coming
Home Cubans at Washlngtoa.
Havana, March 29. The Cuban army
rolls will very soon be in tlie'pjssesslon
of the American authorities. This de
terminaticn was reached yeFterday aft
trnoon at a conference between the sjc-
retary of war. Goverr.orGeneral Brooke
and General Maximo Comei, on board
I t nuea states "n ingaws.
I The Second Illinois and the One Hun-
I dred and Sixty-first Indiana will be
the next regiments to leave. One hun-
i ,t r,t mon nt th. Qafnnt T ' T 1
nois wi:i go ry tne wiivette toaay. Tne
One llur.ded and Sixty-first Indiana
will go by the Logan today to Savan
nah. The One Hundred and Sixtieth
Indiana regiment expects to leave Ma
tanzas for the I'nited States on board
the transport Thomas.
Washington. March 29. Senors Jose
R. Villalon and A. Hevia. who were
appointed by the Cuban assembly to
present to the Washington authorities
the resolutions of that body, have ar
rived in this city. While the assembly
did not reject the $3.000.0f0 with which
to pay off the Cuban troops, the com
mittee believes it to be entirely inade
quate to meet the situation. It desires
at least $10,000,000 and as much more as
can be obtained. They argue that if the
! Cuban army is dislardfd after the dis-
tHDUtlOn OZ UUt I J.UUW.CUU. ttniCtl WOUIll
but J3.000.COO. which
give to each enlisted man about . J6S,
that the money so obtained would b
barely sufficient for them to procure
clothes and return to their homes, leav
ing them no margin upon which to en
ter ur.on th? peaceful pursuits of life.
Without the means of subsistence,
Villalon says, that disorders would al
most inevitably follow- and perhaps
brigandage. The military ass?mbly
represents not the Cuban people, Vil
lalon declares, but only these who have
been in arms struggling for their inde
pendence. Had Cuba achieved her abso
lute Independence, he says, the revolu
tionary assembly would have raised suf
ficient funds to pay off the army in full
and the I'nited States, having charge
of the customs, should do no less, to be
repaid out of the customs.
Senor Villalon and his colleague will
probably seek an audience with the
president himself, and If this Is denied
them they will see the secretary of war.
If the president receives these gentle
men it will be as vifiting citizens, not in
their representativecapaclty. The Unit
ed States government cannot, it is
stated, recognize any person as repre
senting the people of Cuba or claiming
to represent them through the organi
zation known as the Cuban aescmbly.
Latest Manila Death Roll.
Washington. March 29. General Otis
has forwarded to Adjutant General
Cnrbin the following list of killed on
March 27: First South Dakota First
Lieutenant and Adjutant Jonas H. Lien,
First Lieutenant Frank Adams. Second
Lieutenant Sidney Morrison, Privates
James Nelson, Matthew Ryan. Harry
Keogh. Lewis Chase. Peter Ryan and
Frank A. Shraeder. Twentieth Kansas
Corporal John Shear and Privates
Carroll, Williaris and William Kinne.
Tenth Pennsylvania Private J. O.
Kline. The roll also contains the name
of sixty-six wounded, many cases being
Total Casualties at Manila.
AVashington, March 29. A list pre
pared in the office of the adjutant gen
eral shows the casualties at Manila
since Feb. 4 to be 157 killed and 864
Chicago Grain and Prod ace.
Chicago. March 28.
Following were the quotations on the
Board of Trade today:
September .. 5.67'i
Short Ribs r
May 4 .82V4
July .' 4.95
September .. 5.07V4
les. 2CV46'21c per lb;
4.824 4.77VS 4.77Vi
4.97 4S7 4.S7
5.07 5.02 5.02
- xtra creamer-
extra dairies. Ike;
fresh packing stock
Fresh stock. 12c per dozen. Dressed
Poultry Turkeys. 9S13e per lb: chick
ens, 9,-.S'10c: ducks, 9S10c; geese. 6ttf
8c. Potatoes Common to choice. 57
62o per bu. Sweet Potatoes Illinois
$1.50'?2.23 per bbl. A DDles Common to
fancy. $3.5C5.00 per bbl.
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago, March 28.
Hogs Estimated receiots for the day,
20.000; sales ranged at $3.2042 3.65 for
pigs. $3-55e3S for light. $3.55ft3.70 for
rou eh narking. S3.60&3.85 for mixed, and
$.1.70?i3.92 for heavy packing and ship
ping lots. cattle Estimated receipts
for the clav. 3.wu: uotatlons ranaeo hi
$5.20S5.80 choice to extra steers. 14..0
fea.20 good to choice do.. $4.30'8 4 63 for
fair to iiood. $3.95i&4.25 common to rnedi
um do.. $3.&CI&-4.15 butchers' steers. $4.10
(g.a.40 fed western steers. $3.504.60 feed-
ne steers. Il.7srtrf.io cows. 2.3uvi..u
heifers. $2.70r4.30 bulls, oxen and stags.
$3.704.S0 Texas steers, and $4.00f..co
veal calves. Sheep and Lambs Esti
mated receipts for the day. 13.000: quo
tations ranged at $3.5060.oo westerns.
1X25 3.00 natives, and $4.5C(f?5.80 lambs.
Milwaukee. March 28.
Wheat Quiet; No. 1 northern. 72c:
No. 2 northern. 70S70c. Oats
Steady: 2S30c. Rye Lower; No.
1. 55c. Barley Steady: No. 2, 47c;
Hav Timothv. 19: wild, f? 50$6.
Butter Fair to choice. 15c: fresh creamery.
Chickens Spring. 7c per pounl.
Uuclcs Jc pr pund.
Turkeys alive, Hfc per pound.
Coal Soft. inc.
Cattle Hutchers pay for corn fed steers
4'4cz5c: cows and heifers. Sttc&ic: calves
Hogs 3 ','c3V4c
Bernaty la Blood Deep.
Clean blood means a. clean akin. No
beauty without it. C'ascarets, Candy Cathar
tic clean your blood and keep it clean, by
st'rnng op the lazy liver and driving all im
J-an ties from tbe body. Begin to-day to
banish pimples, boiU, blotches, blackheads,
and that sickly bilious complexion by taking
Cascarets. beauty for ten rents. AH rirun-
Swt lUali&ivn pttOQiced, lt)c, 5c, 50c.
. The house of commons has adjourned
until Anril 10.
Secretary Alger has ignored the Cu
ban assembly at Havana and declined
to receive its members.
Edna Ives, aged about 18. who says
she ran away from Chicago, is held at
St. Louis by the police.
- Governor Tanner has intimated that
he will veto the pawnshop bill passed
by the Illinois legislature.
According to the state auditor of
Ohio tha numterof saloons in that state
decreased 206 during 1838.
The Msyville (.Wis1.) Republican cau
cus nominated ex-Representative in
Congress Sauerhering for mayor.
The American Telephone and Tele
graph company has increased its capi
tal stock from 27..OO0.0OO to $T3,0C0 000.
A Roman Catholic chapel has been
built on the spot where Maximillian.
Miramon. and Mejia were executed at
A German tailor who died at Bieslau
in 1S37 had such keen sight that he was
able to see two of Jupiter's four 1900ns
with the naked eye.
During 1S9S the labor commissioner of
Seattle found employment for IS. 154 peo
ple, in addition to a large number s&nt
to the hop fields to pick hops.
Fifteen hundred employes of the nor-
ton Bros, tin can factory, in Maywood
(Chicago suburb), went out on strike
yesterday for 10 per cent, raise in
Inspector Hartnett and Captain Ma-
honey are satisfied that Collins and
Howard are the men who killed Jam--
Kinahan. at Chicago, as the result of a
Mrs. Jane L. Stanford, widow of the
California millionaire, has within the
Ust four months made $1,000,000 through
the advance in the value of her Central
New York 1'nderground Railway.
New- York. March 29. The Metropoli
tan Street Railway company has sub
mitted to the board of rapid' transit
commisisoners a proposition to build the
underground railroad system upon the
route and plans adopted by the commis
sion. It insists, however, on a franchise
in perpetuity, and no greater compensa
tion than 5 per cent, of the gross re
ceipts. President I.HoVne Again.
Washington, March 29. The train bear
ing the president and Mrs. McKinley,
Postmaster General femith and mem
bers of the presidential party, reached
its destination here at exactly 5 p. m.
yesterday. They were met at the sta
tion by Acting Secretary of War Meikle
John, General Corbin. Secretary Porter
and other officials.
A Porto It lean Shave.
Tbe Porto Ricans, who are all, from
their highest to the lowest, great dan
dies in their way, make soap out of co-
coanut oil and homemade lye. And
fine siian it i. smooth unil fratrrant.
This cocoannt oil soap is used for sbav
ing. ben a man wishes to have
6have in the morning, he starts out
with his cocoauut shell enp and his
donkev tail brtvh and bottle.. It is
never any trouble to find au empty bot
tle in Porto Rico, C'nba, Jamaica or al
most any of the larger West India is-
landf, even in remote spots in the
moniitains. At least 20 generations of
thirsty people have lived there and
thrown away the bottles.
The man carries no mirror. He is too
poor to own snch a lnxnry. Not one
honse in 20 in Porto Rico has oven the
verv chenpest looking glafs. But gen
erally rich nature provides the mirror
as well as the soap. The man goes to
some convenient pool in the mountain
stream where the water is quite stilL
There is his mirror. He breaks his bot
tie on a stone and deftly picks out a
sharp piece of snitable size. Then he
lathers his face profnsely and begins to
scrape away with his piece of glass,
which in his hands works as well as the
best steel razor. A cut. or even a slight
scratch, is extremely rare as a result of
this al fresco form of shaving. Chica
Tho larynx has Imen compared to a
wind, a reed and a stringed instrument.
The comparison of It to a violin gave
rise to the not very accurate phrase
"vocal cords," ns the name of the two
cushions which are its most prominent
features. But no string so short a those
"vocal cord"?" could produce a musical
bass note. In fact, the comparison of
the larynx to any mstrnment which
produces only musical tones is inade
quate, to begin with. There is no in
strument but the larynx which pro
dnes both song and sppch. and as
those comparisons view the larynx
merely as a prodnccr of musical sounds
we have: no further concern with them
at present. Besides, the voice can be
trained for speec h, elocution and ora
tory without a knowledge of the physi
ology of tbe larynx.
"We have the jwwer of adjusting the
larynx ; of varying the tension of its
cords, cushions or ligaments, as they
have been variously called. We can do
these things without scientific technic
al knowledge of how ffliev are done.
without any knowledge at all of vocal
physiology, and it is the work of tho
trainer of the voice to teach his pupils
or her pupils we may be allowed to
say how to do them. Chambers'
Smart Little Girl.
A little girl who has just entered
school jubilantly announced to her fa
ther that she had beaten all the girls
above her in the arithmetic class and
gone to the top.
"That was clever of yon, eaid he
encouragingly. "How was it?
"Well, you sc-e, the teacher asked the
girl at the head how much was 8 and
5, and she didn't know and said 12,
and the next girl said 9, and the next
one said 11, and tbe next one said 14.
Snch silly answers! Then the teacher
asked me. and I said 13, and she told
me to go top. 'Course it was 13."
"That was nice, said tbe lather. "I
didn't think von could add so welL
How did yon know it was 13?"
Why, I guessed it JSobody raid
15." Pear son s Weekly.
Lung troubles, snch as pleurisy or
ncute inflammation of the lungs,
6bould be carefully treated to avoid
rerious consequences. These affec
tions are quickly overcome by the
prompt hso of Dr.'Bull's Cough Syrup,
a wonderful remedy, which always
gives relief, eases coughing, allays
all inflammation, and by its healing
influence soon effectsa thorough cure.
Cures all Lung and Throat Trouble.
Io.ss nre sntail anl plcannt to take Doctors
rt-cummcinl it. l'rice 25 els. At all druggists.
CHAS E. HODGSON .
Fire Insurance Agency,
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Union Ins. Co. - Philadelphia, Pa.
Rockford Ins. Co. - - Rockford, 111
Security Ins, Co. - New Haven, Conn.
State Ins. Co. - - - Rockford, 111.
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The old Fire and
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for sale by M. V. Iiannscn. druggist.
MjnLLlM.S'pgI I Q
You need one today, and all the time. The muddy water
may be full of sickness.
Take no chances bat have one put In at oncd
J3X M. PARIDOV.
Shop 413 Seventeenth St.
THE TBAVELEB3' QUIDF.
CHICAGO, ROCK ISLATTD PACIFIC Rail.
V- way Tickets ean M purchased or bagiaita
cheeked at R I P Twentieth street depot, ei
OBIs? depot, corner Fifth STtmse and Tnirty
arat street. Frank B Pluamer. AmbU
Denver Limited A Omaha.,
Pt Worth. Denver A ML O.
.. t 3:19 ami 9:m
.. ,t hi am 10:40 pm
.. t ft : vi sin R:n ntn
.. t R:00 s tlrtrto pa
.. !: am' 3:00 am
.. I1::m t 7:1 ant
.. !:l5tm ttfiaat
.. fliW m t 7: ant
..' 4:.l pml 6:3) pm
.. s :M atclt a.-dS pm
5:(W am 10:40 pa
Omaiia and Drs Moines
fOrashs 3b Minneapolis
Omaha A Des Aloiu.i Ex ...
IMtnvr Lincoln A Omaha. .
Di Moini'S Kxprrss
Rock Island A burrsn Ac.
St Paul A M moral o1
Denver. It Worth A K O...
tKacsa City A ct Jiweph..
iRock Islsnd A WutilaKUw
t 7 :n rru
Chtc&ro A Dss Moin.s. . .
t 1 :S1 um
-ck 'lsnd A B-oolrlvn 4.C.
I. 5:06 pml
jOjalis mid ltcck I.'and
J Dally, exnn go"!.
AU others daily. Tale-
Slsi'jr oxrt-pt jbturiliy.
phone 1UMI. .
BUKL1NUTON ROOTB-O 1
war Depot First arenas
a q kato
atrwst. st J Young. Af-nt.
mavm I sssrva
St- 'I, 8pringflr!, Poor Is,
Bur Vul. via Monmoatb
Chicago, sterling, Clinton
Peoria, Bca'dstown. Bur
lington, Denver AWest....
St. Paal A Mlnunio;i ....
SterlUinr, CMnton A Dabnque
Bt. l., Knss Ci v, Denver
7:00 am 7 21 pat
t 7:40 am t 8.40 pa
2 .45 pm 11 am
7 :ti pm 8 : 1 n am
7:60 pm t ."0 am
APac. Coast vis (isleob'rg . 7:10 pm 6 69 am
Dally. tDally except Bandar.
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE A 8T PAUL RaU
Il wsy-Racine A Southwestern Division
Depot Twentieth street, between first and Seeond
avenues. L H Greer, Agent.
THAIM8 i.SAVS Askits
Mall an1 Kxpress 7:.W am V:1B am
ft Paul Kxprees... 4:00 pm ll:0sa.
Freight and Accomm idstlon S:u0 am 9. in an.
Uailyexeept 8and y.
73 OCK ISLAND A FBORtA RAILWAY
f Depot First Avenue and Twentieth street.
K itockhooss, Gen'l Tkt Agent.
TRAINS. Lsare Aaarva
Springfield, Cincinnati, Peo
ria, etc 10:l pm
Peons, Springfield, St Lonlf
etc..... fl-nssm 1:40
Accomodation Fvt Freight. 10:M am
Peoria, Rpringfie'd. Cincin
nati, eto 1:49pm 11:15 am
Peoria Arcom. Fre'ght 7:10 pm 1:S5 am
Cable and Sherrard Accom. 6:00 am 6-80 pm
cable Accomodation 8 :40 am 2:20 pro
Cab'e and 8n rrard Aocom . 8:30 pm 7:66 ana
Passenger trains lesve C B I A P (Mollne
avenue) depot five (5) minntss earlier than time
given. Trains marked daily, all other trains
dally except ftunday.
Quickest time made by any
line. Reduced Rates to
1'aciiic Coast Points.
Home Seekers and other
Excursions cheap as cheap
est. For particulars cinjuiro
M. J. YOUNG, Agent,
H. D. MACK, D. V. A,
The only Cement that is not effected
by heat or moisture.
Otto (Jrotjan, 1501 Second Ave.
A, J. Riess, Fourth Ave.
J. M. Keira, 7th Ave. and 38th St
Otto liudert, 6th Ave. and Elm St
White Seal saloon
Tw St Avaitna
West Seventeenth Street.
BXHBT A. PAKIPOH