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THE AEGTIS, FKIDAY, JULY 7, 1899.
McCASKRIN A McCASKKIN,
Attorneys at Law.
Rock Island and KUu. Hock Mul offlM
trier KreU Id lb 'a a lure. Milan offleo oo
w. c. ooixt. a ooxllt.
CONNELLY A CONNELLY.
Attorneys at Law.
Money loaned Offleo orer Thomas' dro
tore, corner of Second avenue and Seven
teen u street.
JACKSON A HURST,
Attorneys at Law.
Offlee in Rock Ialand National Bank Build'
WM. I. LCnOLPH. ROBT. B BBTVOUV.
LUDOLPII & REYNOLDS,
Attorney at Law.
Money to loan. General legal business- No
tary public. 1706 beeond avenue, Buford
tx swasasr. a u walk an.
SWEENEY & WALKER,
A ttorneya and Counaellora at Law.
Office In lie no ton Block.
C J. KRARL.B.
State a Attorney.
C. B. MA KXHALX,
SEA RLE & MARSHALL,
Attorneya at Law.
Transact a iteneral legal business.
McENIRY A McENIRY,
Attorneya at Law.
Loan money on good security; make eolleo
ti na. Reference, Mitchell A Lynde, banker
. dice, Mitchell A Lynde building.
JOHN K. SCOTT,
City attorney of Rock Inland. Room 4,
Mitchell A Lynae building.
F. H. FIRST, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Phone 4 on 1367. Office, 82rt Twentieth
street. Office hours: 10 to 12 a. m.; S to 4 and
7 to 8 p. m. Sunday, 8:30 to 0:30 a. m.; 1:30 to
J. A. BALL, M. D.
Physician and Burgeon.
Office 1T7 Second avenne. Residence M0
T enty-fourtb street. Telephone 1110. Office
lioura from 10 to 12 a m: 2 to 4 p. m; and 7 to 8
p. nr. Sundays ft to 10 a. m.
DR. CORA EMERY REED,
Special attention to diseases of women and
children, also d Lie lines of eye, ear, nose and
throat. Offlee bourn 0:30 to 1 a. m., 1 to 4 p.
an. 821 Sixteenth street, Koca Ialand.
J. B. BCBKHtBT, at. D . . .
. MHS. HADA at. 1CBIBA1T, M. D.
DRS. BURK1IART & BURKUART,
Office Tremann block. Office hours 8 to It
a. m., 1 to and 7 to 9 p. m. 'l'hone No. 4082.
Rock Island, 111. Night oalls answered from
C. T. FOSTER, M- D.
Physloian and Surgeon.
Office between Third and Fourth avenues on
Twentieth street. Offlee hours: 8 to 11a.m.,
Sto4p.ro. and 7 to 8 p. m. Night calls from
ufflea Phone 4084.
DR. S. II. MILLER.
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist,
All diseases of horses and cattle treated on
approved principles. Suriclcal operations per
formed in a Bcicntlrlo manner. IXxr treated.
All calls promptly attended to. Residence,
18S Fifth avenue. Telephone 44l. Office
and Infirmary, 11V1I7 Fourth avenue
( a aucker's stable), opposite No. 1 tire house.
DR. II. EMMET STEEN.
Specialist and expert In the treatment oi
nervous, private aud all chronic (Uaeasea of
men and women.
Hours: 10 to 12. 8 o 4. 6 to R. Sundays 10 to IS.
Harrison and Second streets, opposite new
, DR. M. A. HOLLINGSWORTH,
Office. Harper House ltarmacy. NUht calls
phone 4.11. .
C. L. SILVIS,
Over Krail A Math. 1716 Second avenue.
DR. C. W. GRAFTON.
Rooms 13 and IS, Mitchell A Lynde building.
Office hours from 8 to 12 a. m. and 1 to p. sr.
" J. T. TAYLOR.
Offlee hours to IS a m., 1:91 to 4:30 p. m.
819 KurbteecUi atreet. Opposite Union jffler.
DRACK A KERNS.
A re hi tec ta and Superln teriden s
t Skinner Block. Second Boor.
HENRY GAETJE. Frop.
Oat Flowers and Designs of ail Kinds.
City store, 1807 Second avenue. Telephone
Started Hew Hair
Hon. John H. Gardner, member Wyom
ing; Stat Legislature from Beulab, Crook
Co., in letter dated February ao, 1899, to the
say: " According to agreement made
in Salt Lake City, if your preparations
proved a benefit to my bald head. I was to
send you a testimonial. . . There is a tine
;jrowtn of new hair started. Am not
troubled any more with dandruff and that
annoying itching- of the scalp. 1 had tried
everything I could hear of before I saw you.
but received no benefit. You can use this
if voa wish. Please send ine half-dozen
We have thousand s of test imon tals
equally as strong. All hair and scalp
troubles readily succumb to these meritori
Sold by dealers everywhere.
T. H. THOMAS,
Comer Seccnd Avenue and Seventeenth St
Young America Lets Himself
once a year to celebrate Uncle Fam's
birthday. V e are net ping lum and
all the patriotic to celebrate it with a
manilkeut line of
in roman candles, giant crackers, sky
rockets and FLA(S, a9 well as
cannons, pistols and ammunition of
all kinds. These are all bang-up
cracker-jack goods at low-down prices.
A. J. RIESS,
nOFrr'CT Corncrof Vourth Avenue and
UHLUUlOl, Twenty-third St.liocklsland, 111
Colon a Sand
Sawed building stone,
Ashlar and Trimmings
For cheapness, durability and
beauty excelled by none. This
stone does nut wash or color the
wall with alkali, etc. Plans sent
us for estimates will receive
careful attention and be returned
promptly at our expense.
Quarries 12 miles from Rock
Island on the C. 11. & Q. li. K.
Trains Nos. 5 and 10 will atop
and let visitors off and on.
Bridge stone, corn crib
blocks and foundation
stone, any size desired.
Samples of Stcne and Photos of
buildings can be seen at Room
No. 12, Mitchell & Lyndo's build
ARTHUR BURRALL, Manager.
Rock Island or Colona. 111.
Tom A. Marshall
". 6CNCRAL OfTlCtS
-ocQ'x. . ...
Teiptrorc me roLtfivN6
ernes and mums atjmout
' TCl6RAtH BATES.
Milleibare, LU -altoimoutxi.
alt. ri-aut, Iowa.
Is vw Lmina. 111.
Korth iiTHlerou, LU.
l'rt lsyrrm, IU.
iTalrio Ciljr. 111.
A lions. Hi.
Hurling m. Iowa.
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Cf lar Kai1Jh. lovm.
lm kloior. Innu
Familnir' o. HI.
Ualor .v IU.
luxk l-lniid, m.
Fmi Cr., in.
tst. Ausuime, lil.
tM-t CJ, IU.
h'lf rrr.rtl. TIL
Waluut (Jrow, UL
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FUSION IS UNPOPULAR
Pipulists Generally Consider It a;
Barren Ideality, So to
SO DECLARES CHAIEMAU EAHKET.
Indiana Leader Says There Will lie None
la the Rational Fight Sett fear Party
Not Entirely In Harmony on the Philip
pine Question I'ncle Sm'l Mission to
Sound Republics Call for Uimetallists
Alleged secret Democratic Society.
1 erre Halite,' Ind., July 7. Mortimer
O Rankin, chairman of the Populist
national central committee, was Inter
viewed yesterday afternoon In regard
to whether the Populists would form a
fusion with the Democrats for the com
ing campaign. Rankin said that they
would not, for the reason that the Pop
ulists will hold their national conven
tion one month prior to that of either
the Democratic or Republican conven
tions. On this account the Populists
will prepare their own platform and
nominate their own candidates. The
time for the national Populist conven-
tion is not determined yet, and cannot
be determined until one of the big po-
litical parties names the date for its
Party Is Split in IIS Views.
TTo ctatci ihot thi. To,-r woo cnilt tin '
in its views, but it was hoped that ev- !
. . . . . . . 1
ery one wouia oe Drougnt 10 one course t
before the convention met. The fopu-
lists of Nebraska. Rankin said, were in !
favor of fusion should they be allowed
to name the nominee for vice president
on the Democratic ticket. While this
might be allowed in Nebraska, the oth
er mates will by no means submit to
cuch action. In a word the Populists j
are sick and tired of fusion, for they j
nave lounu mat wuenever iney en
tered into a fusion with the Democrats
the latter jarty received the bene
fit while the Populists were there mere
ly to fill up.
Split on the Expansion Issue.
Rankin stated that the party wr.s
split up on the matter of holding the
Philippine islands. Some of the mem
bers of the party counseled having j
nothing more to do with them, wni:e
others are in favor of keeping them,
fighting the war with the Filipinos
until they were brought to terms and
then making a republic there. The
last idea is the one which Rankin is
favor of, and he further said in
una coi.nee-.ion .uu ui uuji-ct ui
government should be to tear down all i
the monarchies possible and construe
upon the debris the foundation of re
publics; the more republics the better.
Not Any 31 ore Fusion.
There was a secret council of "rep
resentative Populists of the Ninth and
Tenth districts held
Wednesday morning. The meeting was
quite well attended, each county of
the district being rfpresented. It was
the unanimous expression of the dele
gates that no more "fusion" would go,
whether Bryan is the nominee of the
Democracy or not."
CALL TO MEtT AT CniCAGO.
Democrats Who Favor the ileadoption
Next Year of the Chicago Platform.
Covington. Ky., July 7. The organi
zation committee of the League of Bi
metallist Clubs of the Ohio Valley yes
terday sent out circulars to all the
states, inviting Democrats to meet at
noon Thursday, July 20. at the Palmer
House, in Chicago, to devise plans for
a more thorough organization, es
pecially In the pivotal states of Ohio,
Indiana, Illinois and Kentucky. The
Democratic national committee will
meet at the "Palmer House July 20.
The circular is signed by Judge James
P. Tarvln, chairman, and Allen W.
Clark, secretary, and concludes as fol
"The committee is inviting to this
meeting Democrats all over the coun
try who are known to favor the re
adoption of the Chicago platform of
189t, without an omission, and who are
opposed to anything in the nature of a
compromise or a concession as to any
principle involved in that platform.
The league which appointed this com
mittee is particularly and primarily
interested in the cause of bimetallism
at 16 to 1, and will work especially for
its advancement, though it is assumed
that the new convention will also de
clare against trusts and imperialism."
NEW DEMOCRATIC SOCIETY.
Slohaw's Said to Hare 50,000 Membe
J. IC Sovereign, Chief.
Buffalo. July 7. The Mohawks, a
Democratic organization, said to com
prise 600 wigwams and over 10,000 ac
tive members, which has been in secret
session here since the 3d inst., has elect
ed officers and adjourned to meet next
year in the city selected for the na
tional Democratic convention one week
prior to that convention.
Steps were taken to begin Immediate
ly the work of organizing new wig
wams. The resolutions adopted de
nounce trusts and monopolies, indorse
Bryan and free silver and oppose mili
tarism. The following officers were
elected: National chief. James R. Sover
eign, of Idaho; national scribe. Mich
ael Meehan, of Missouri. James R.
Sovereign was appointed national or
Ohio Democratic Club League.
Columbus, O.. July 7. At 3 p. m. yes
terday the meeting to form a state
league of Democratic clubs was called tD
order and a temporary organization
perfected. Thegatherfng is one of more
than ordinary importance. a3 the reso
lutions adopted will in all probability
be the platform which will be adopted
later by the Democratic state conven
tion. A feature of the meeting will be
a banquet tnis evening at wnicn w 1.1-
iam Jennings Bryan is to be the star
Chicago Cadets at Toronto.
Toronto. Ont.. July 7. The Chicago
cadets arrived here .yesterday morn
ing. They were presented by the city
with a handsome silk union jack,
which they will carry while here and
take back to Chicago with them. In
the afternoon they marched to the new
city hall, where the mayor and other
gentlemen welcomed them on behalf
of the city.
EARLY FRENCH EXPLORERS.
Xne Work of Carrier. Champlain and Oth
era In the Great Lakes.
W. S. Harwootl writes in St. Nlcho-
las of "The Great Lakes." Mr. Har
W um i sat a .
Jacques Cart--'-, who shipped from
St. Malo in 1534 explored the coast of
.Newfoundland and made the circuit of
the gulf of t. Lawrence, aud be did
much else, too, for New France in open
ing np negotiations with the many tribes
of Indians who thronged thousands
strong and friendly from all the regions
in and about Quebec and Montreal and
Ottawa and Kingston. Another mariner
of St Malo Francis Greve began the
colonization of the land. About 1570,
in France, Samuel de Champlain was
born, and when he reached the age of
early manhood he, too, joined in the
new world exploration in the region
above the great lakes. The kings of
France were much interested in the
new land and did all in their power not
only to explore the region, but to colo
nize und develop it. Champlain, in
1615, made au expedition op the Ottawa
river and penetrated as far as into
Georgian bay, tbns touching on the 'wa
ters of Lake Huron.
In 1618 Etienne Brule, an old inter
preter, came into Champlain's camp
with the news of the discovery of Lake
Superior. Lake Erie, with Ontario, was
J probably discovered' some time earlier
than this. .IS .collet, in 1634. started in
a canoe from the head of Georgian bayr
nKirieu i no eabteni ana uonuera enares
1 - A J ll.. A. 3 a. I l
f Huron and at last found himself at
c.l Tl T : U c.
Sault Ste. Marie, or the falls of St.
Mary, now shortened to "Soo" the
first white man. it is believed, to reach
this key to the noble lake beyond. He
went as far as Green bay, on Lake Mich
igan, and so the various lakes at last
came into the actual knowledge of the
explorers and were no longer myths.
But as these French explorers con
tinued to develop new and hitherto un
dreamed of possibilities of empire the
English began to take deep interest m
the region an interest little less marked
than that they were then taking in
their schemes of colonization in Vir
ginia and Massachusetts. Again and
again through the years that follow the
threads cross and recross, not weaving
a beautiful garment of harmony, but
tangling in a wretched snarl, a patch
work of disputes between the nations.
Entanglement followed entangle-
j merit, wars harassed the land, until at
last the .ngiih were masters oi the
nnr.hr i.,ir rnmnn fnr nil tim nn.
j d j tfa t d
. . -. . ., . . . . .
trlPes Acting from the heights of
"I'll never forget the time I took my
cood old aunt from the country to see a
ine -tntn ana hakespeureau revival at one of the the
in Frankfort 1 f ,,
"Did she like it?"
"Like it? I found out that she would
never bavo gono at all but for the im
pressiou she had that 'revival meant
something religious." Cincinnati En
quirer. THxi 21AKK.EIS.
Chicago Grain and Produce.
Chicago, July 6.
July September ..
ISc per lb:
Open. Hitrh. Low. Close.
$ .72 J .73 2 .12 S .72
.734 .744 .73 .74V4
.75 .76 .75Va .76
. 4.77 4.S0 4.77 4.80
. 4.90 4.92 4.90 4.90
Buttei" Extra creameries.
extra dairies, lo!frlac;
fresh packing stock, 12c. Kggs
Fresh stock. 12i3l2c per dozen. ljve
Poultry Turkeys. 78c per lb; chick
ens, 9!&9isc; springs, T3gl6c; duclw, 7
8c per tb: geese, t3.50&5.00 per dozen.
New Potatoes Common to choice. 45
57c per buphels. Apples Common to
fancy, J4.C07.GO per bbl. Strawberries
Michigan, fair to choice, 75tl.25 per
16-qt. case. Black raspberries. 90cIl.10
per 24-pt. case. Blackberries S1.25&1.E0
1.50 per 24qt. case.
Chicag-o Live Stock.
Chicago. July 6.
Hogs Estimated receipts for therday,
30,000." Sales ranged at I3.403.95 for
pigs, 3.S0&4.02i,2 for light. tli.603.75 for
rough packing. J3.S04.OO for mixed, and
J3.753.97 for heavy packing and ship
Cattle Estimated receipts for the
day. 11.000. Quotations ranged at 15.50
(Ji5.85 choice to extra steers, !5.005.45
good to choice do., $4.70(g5.OO for fair
to good. $4.25fi4.60 common to medium
do., S4.20&4.40 butchers' steers. $4.65(9
5.40 fed western steers. $3.S05.10 feed
ing steers. S2.25f?4.30 cows, $3.C05.1O
heifers. J2.80i4.40 bulls" and oxen. $3.75
4.6.S stags. $4.0005.10 Texas steers, and
$4. 5007.50 veal calves.
Sheep Estimated receipts for' the
day. 9.000. Quotations ranged at $4.25
(95.40 westerns. $3.2505-30 natives, and
Milwaukee, July 6.
Wh eat Vic higher; No. 1 northern.
74i-ilJ75c: No. 2 northern. 72i473c.
Oats Steady: 26i2Sc. Rye-Low-r;
No. 1. 6uc. Uarley Firm; No. 2,
3c; sample, 37&43c
m Local Markets.
FprinK lamb -Jfi 5 )3. 50.
Ilav Timothy. flOftlll; wild, ft.SOaiB.
S t ru w 4. I 5.
1 "ot at ties "v?4i.X5.
Butler Choice to fair, 14c; fresh creamery,
Coickenx Tc per pound.
Inicks 7c per pound.
"ol Soft. I no
Ca'.xle Hutcbers pay for corn-fed steers,
J'icfiiSe: cows ai.d heifers. 3Hic4c: calves,
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind Yen Have Always Bought
TRIED TO KILL AN EX-KIKG.
Ill La a of Servia Madt the Target for Four
Belgrade, Servia, July 7. Former
King Milan, father of King Alexander
of Servia, jiarrowly escaped assassina
tion here last evening. The would-be
murderer is under arrest. He fired
four revolver shots, one of which,
EX-KIXG MILAN OF SEttVIA.
slightly grazed Milan, another wound
ing the hand of Adjutant Lukitch. whe
was with him. At the time the attack
was made about half past 6 King
Milan was driving through Michael
street in an open carriage.
The wowld-be assissin is about 28
years old and has not yet been iden
tified by the police. On his return to
the p:ilace King Milan received the
congratulations of the members of the
cabinet and the diplomatic corp3 upon
his escape. Later in the evening Kinn
Alexander dro-e through Michael street
and was enthusiastically recelvetl by
King Milan was slightly wounded In
PIKE'S "PEAK ILLUMINATED.
Cryptic Kite Masons Will Keep the I'eak
Glowing a Week.
Denver, July 7. The success of the
illumination of Pike's "Peak has started
plans for a similar affair during the
convention of Cryptic Rite Masons on
the peak during the week of Aug. 6.
The special trains will arrive in sight
of the peak very early in the morning
of Aug. 7. From midnight urftil daylight
the peak will blaze forth with fires em
blematic of the different degrees of Ma
sonry, winding up with burning of 'one
ton of purple fire just as the first pink
streaks of dawn illuminates the east
Every night during the conclave fires
of various hues will make the moun
tain stand out in bold relief in the
darkness. During the trip across the
state to Glenwood Springs the most
novel affair will be sprung on the visi
tors. Each train will literally pass
through a continuous stream of red fire
up to 1 o'clock in the morning. This
will be caused by men on each engine,
who will ignite and throw out small
parcles of fire, which will burn only
for a minute each, but will keep the
train in a red glare continually during
w Itccniltln? Dintrlot.
Washington, July 7. Following are
three of the recruiting districts where
the new regiments for service in tha
Philippines will be raised, together
with the district headquarters: "Thir
teenth regiment. Fort Sheridan, 111.
Illinois, Michigan and Wisconsin.
Thirty-first regiment, Fort Thomas,
Ky. Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky and
Tennessee. Thirty-second regiment.
Fort Leavenworth, Kas. Iowa, Ne
braska, Kansas. Missouri, Arkansas,
Oklahoma and Indian territory.
Scores on the Diamond.
Chicago, July 7. Following are yes
terday's Leae base ball scores: At
Brooklyn Pniladelphla 1, Brooklyn
7; at Pittsburg Chicago 11, Pittsburg
8: at St. Louis Cleveland 4, St. Jxni'.s
9; at Louisville Cincinnati 2, Louis
Western League: At Minneapolis
Indianapolis 7, Minneapolis 9; at St.
Paul Detroit 6, St. Paul 7; at Mil
waukee Buffalo 6, Milwaukee 4; at
Kansas City Columbus 7, Kansas
City 8 eleven innings.
Wants to Iteinain in the Army.
Washington. July 7. Representative
Marshall, of Illinois, called on the pres
ident yesterday in behalf of ex-Representative
James R. Campbell, who re
signed from congress at the beginning
of the Spanish war to become colonel
of the Ninth Illinois. Marshall stated
that Colonel Campbell wished to re
main in the service, and that he was
recommended by the entire Illinois
delegation. The president promised to
make Campbell a lieutenant colonel.
National Kdltorial Association.
Portland, Ore., July 7. The National
Editorial association yesterday received
reports from committees. The com
mittee on reports of officers indorsed
the opinion expressed by President Mc-
Cabe on the subject of advertising
agents, and recommended that no com
missions be allowed, but that agents
be required to collect from advertisers.
Monon Kecelvershlp Case.
Indianapolis, July 7. Judge Woods,
of the United States court, will hear
the application for a receivership for
the Monon, the petition for which was
filed the first part of the week. The
New York representatives of the own
ers of the road have arrived and will
resist any attempt to throw the road
back into the receiver's hands.
Convention of Osteopaths.
Indianapolis, July 7. The national
convention of Osteopaths yesterday
made some minor changes in the con
stitution, and then elected the fol
lowing officers: President. A. G. Hil-
dreth, St. Louis; secretary, Irene Har-
Wood, Kansas City. The convention
closed last night.
Canned ICoast Iteef for Cnba,
Chicago, July 7. Commissary Gener
al C. A. Woodruff. U. S. A., has giveD
orders to the New York agents of the
Chicago packers for 125,000 pounds of
canned roast beef. The orders specify
that the beef is for Immediate shipment
Destructive Monn In Wisconsin.
Sparta, Wis., July 7. A terrible w!nd
and hall storm devastated the country
for mile3 around Kendalls, this coun
ty. It ruined a large tract of valuabU
rpHERE is something about
a dyspeptic stomach that
makes one sour, cranky, makes
the eyes see green, makes ths
brain dull, and the lines of the
face drawn. These
may be overcome by
which not only wards off dys
pepsia and indigestion, but
cures many cases of longstand
ing by toning up and helping
the stomach. How many a
cheerful smile, rich joke, and
inerfy tale have emanated from
a former dyspeptic who has had
the blessed privilege of using
this preparation ! A man for
gets that he ever had a stomach
when he uses TheBest
SS At all drat storcsv TZZ
Rock Island Savings Bank,
Rook Island. 111.
incorporated Under the
MONEY LOANED OS PERSONAL CO
J. M. Buford, president.
John CrubatiKh, Vice Preataenk.
P. Greenawalt, Cannier.
Began business July , lisvO, and occupy the
8. E. norcer of Mitchell a i.yne'a
CHAS. E. HODGSON . .
Fire Insurance Agency,
Traders Ina. Co., - - Chicago, 111.
Union Ins. Co. - Philadelphia, Pa.
Rockford Ins. Co. - - Rockford, 111
Security Ins, Co. - New Haven, Conn.
State Ins. Co. - - - Rockford, HI.
Offlee, Room I. Buford block. Rave
as low as consistent with security.
J. M. Buford,
Tee old Fire and
Losses Promptly Paid.
-Bates sa ow as any
ean afford. Your
patronage la solic
ited. GEO. WAGNER, Jr.
Eepreaenta the toUowtag well
known lire and Accident Ineax
Rochester German Ins Co
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Offloe oomer Eighteenth street and
Second avenue, second flora.
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by Insuring In Re
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Mitchell Lynde Block.
the use of
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John Crubaugb, Phil Mitoboli,
H. P. Hull, L. Simon.
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ftreet, ai 3 Young, AcenU
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Chicago, (Sterling, Cllnion A
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Urieton, Denver A West....
St. Paul A Hinnea(ll
Sterling;, C'lnton A Dubuque
7.-00 am T IJpa
t 7:40 am t 8 40 pq
7:90 pm: 8:15 am
7. mi pmiT 8:40 am
nu u.. Ksntas m y, Denverl I
A Pac. Coast via Qalesb'rgl 7:10 pm' 8 B5 am
Da'Jy. t Dally except Sunday "
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE BT PAUL Rirtl
V way Racine A 8onthwsatern Dlvlsioa
Depot T wentieth street, between first and Second
svecuos. L n Greer, Agent,
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TRAINS UtTi Aaain
Jf1' an1 Erpress . 7:40 am 9:1B am
t Paul Eipren ,:oo pm li:B0aa.
Freight aud Accommodatlosi g jo an g j,) mtL
DOCK ISLAND A PBORIA RAILWAY
I beptt First Avenne and Twentieth StreeW
B Stockhonse, Ben'l Tkt Agent,
TRAINS. tun Aamrvs
Springfield, Cincinnati, Pso- '
rla, etc 10:19 irnt
Peons, BprlngileldAbt Louis ...
etc esiOS am i:T pm
Accomodation Fast Freight 10;S0 am
Peoria, Bpriuglleld. Clnoln-
I:4nm 11:15 am
PcriaAccon Freight 7:10 pm I:2 am
9)iemrd Accomodation SrtJOam 4:50 pis
Cable Accomodation 8:40 am :i0ut
Cabie and Bherrard Aecom.. 8:30 pro TM ta
Puvrmt tr.ln. 1.,m n m v m, a , -1 1
avenue) deDOt five to nfarata. u.n ih.. h...
siven. Traics marked dally, all other trains
laiiy ascent Sunday,
of Northwestern University, lon
Chtcaf;o, Kvnoston, UL the Ler,
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