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Notice of Publication Chancery.
State of TUInols. I
Rock Island County, f
In the circuit court. May term, A..D. 1699.
Rock Isltnd Mutual Kulid'ng Lo'n and Savings
Association vs. Wil'iam K. Stevens. Lottie
E. Stevens. Jnmes W. Atkiusoo, Thomas
Lvni'HH and v UUam D. Stevens.
AC'.davitof non residence of tbe defendant.
William D. Stevens. Impleaded with tbe above
del enUauts, v Uil.im Stevens. Ixjttie K. btev
ens. James W. Atkinson anl Thomas I.yness,
havinf been filed in the clerk's ofnee ofi.be cir
cuit court of said county, no.'.ce is therefore
herebv given to the sutd non resident defend
ant that the comp'.ulnant filed its bill of com-J
p,aint In said court. on the chancery side there-
or. on tbe twenty-nin1 n tlay or March, itwv. ann
that thereupon a summons Lsnued out of said
court, wherein said suit Ls now pending, re
turnable on the first Monday in the month of
May next, as is by law required. Now,
unless you. the said non-resident defendant
above named, William D. tv evens, shall
personally be and appear before said
circuit court, on the first day of the
next term thereof, to be holden at" Kock Island
In and for the said county. on the third Monday
in September next, and plead, answer or de
mur to said complainant s bul of complaint.
tbe same and the matters and things therein
charged and stated will be taken as confessed
and a decree entered against you according
to the prayer 01 sam bui.
uniHi.i w.-uambi.e. uierk.
Rock Island. Illinois July 7. A. U , 1H9.
E. li. Gctku, Complainant's solicitor.
Estate of Anna Meyer, deceased.
The undersltmed having been appointed ci
editor of the last will mid te-taruent of Anna
Met ers. late of the county of Rook Island, state
of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice that
he wiil appear before tbe county court of Kock
Island county, at the county court room, in tbe
city of Rock Island at thet etoberterm. on tbe
first Monday in iictoberuext, at which time all
persons having claims against said estate are
notified and requested to attend, for the pur
pose or naving tne same aajustea.
All persons Indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to the
Dated this -".nil day of July. A. D.
KuUebt MKT eh. Executor.
Estate of H rt C. Swayne, deceased.
The undersigned, having been appointed
executrixof thelastwill andteit -ment of Hen
C. awayne. Isle of the county of Kock Island,
state of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice
that sue will appear before tbe county court of
Kock Island county, at the county court room.
In tbe city ot Rock Island, at the October
term, on the first Monday In October Snext,
at which lime all persons having claims
against said estate are notilied and requested
to attend for tbe purpose of having the same
adjusted. All persons indebted to said estate
are requested to make immediate payment to
Dated this 17th day of Julr, A. D. 1SD9.
Lafha H Swatsc Executrix.
Estate of George Stodd, deceased.
Tbe undersigned having been appointed ex
ecutrix of the last will and testament of
lieorge Stood, late of tne county of Kock Isl
and, state of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives no
tice that she will appear net ore tne county
court of Kock Island county, at the county
eourt room, to the city of Kock Island, at tbe
October term, on the first Monday in October
next, at which t ree all persons caving
claims against said estate are notified and
requested to attend, for the purpose of hav
ing the same adjusted.
All persons Indebted to said estate are re
quested to make Immediate payment to the
Dated uus tn aay or Jury, a. d. iw.
Special Master's Sale.
O. E. Cramer. Attorney.
State of Illinois.
Rock Island County, f
In the circuit court, in chancery. Gen
eral No. 444S.
Tel.tba Munro. complainant, vs. Charles A.
Notice it hereby given that bv virtue of a
decree of s -id court, entered in the above en
titled cause, on the eighth dav of July.
A. D. 1S.V 1 shall, on U fJs.sdjT, tne ibirti-sih
day of August. A. 1 isvw. at tbe hour
of tn o'clock in the forenoon, at the east
door of the court house, tn the city of ock
Island, in said county of Kock Island, to sat
is! v said decree, sll at pulkiic vendue to the
highest and best bidder for cash in haud those
certain parcels of land, situate in the county
of Kock Inland and slate of Illinois, known
and descr bed as follows. tvwit:
Lots ten ! and t lerea (III in block one ill
in Hake s addition to tbe ttiwn of .Miltn: also
ih imrfh twe..tv 1 1 t iu-re.ijf the wewt hit of
the east half of secti. n nine it !n township
sevnueen iITi north ranre two U west of tbe
fourth prtnclbal merejian. situated In the
ooumy of Kocs Islund and state of 11 laMs. ex
ceptirlir therefrom the fallowing desc iln.-d real
estate taken by the United States government
for the buililtrg of hs I lino.it and Micsiitan
canal: beguininf at a point ul tbe half section
line forty-two ffc'l chains and nfiy-seveo Ii7)
links north of toe iutbwcst comer of the
souths e-st quarter of the said section rine ii
and runn'ng tbenc-e touib sixty-three Itiil de-
r and forty 4 minutes, east thirteen (I II
chains and twenty-four (-4 1 links; thence south
fifty-two 5S degrees and fifiy-Hve t5 min
ute east ten tu'i chains and Bftr-cine ii
lifes. mire or les. to the said east line of said
west ha. f of the east half of said aectioi nine
V containing between aid line and Rock
river eirht aid twenty-two hund-edths acres,
more or less, situated in the county ot Kock
I land state of lllioois.
Dated at Koc Isiaxd. Illinois, this twenty-
Bghth day ot July. A. D. !.
liEKSABU U. CoSXSOJ-T.
Special Master in Chancery, Kock island
iX E CjtAMXB, Complainant's Solicitor.
nsv ct r r r r i . i i mi v
FEES HIS ACCUSERS;
Captain Dreyfus at Last Gets a
Chance to Rehabilitate His
SUBMITTED TO A SEVERE OEDEAL.
Emily Crawford -Wishes He Had Blare
Magnetism Does Not Seem to Attract
Sympathy He Categorically Denies All
the Charges Against Hiiu Ills Appear
ance as He Came Into Court Names ot
Some of the Eminent Witnesses Who
Will Appear In the Case.
New York, Aug. 8. Emily Crawford,
Associated Press correspondent at
Rpnnes, telegraphs the following copy
righted account of the first day of the
Dreyfus trial: "The ancient capital of
Brittany vas never less moved, never
more sluggish, than on this memorable
day. It seemed a hundred thousand
miles away from Dreyfus and his excit
ing case. He had remarked
to his brother, Mathleu Dreyfus, on the
strangeness of his fate, so strange that
he himself couid not yet realize it.
Nothing, he saiustonished him mora
than to find factions disputing furious
ly about him and to learn that he was
an object of hatred to most of the offi
cers. But he was spared such
unseemly manifestations asthosewhich
so shook Zola's nerves last year and
terrified his wife. There was no howl
ing in front of the prison. There was
no crying of "Death to the traitor," or
"Death to the Jews," or anything lite
Glimpse of the Celebrated Prisoner.
"We were all up at 5 this morning
and after a hurried meal we rushed to
the concert room of the Lycee, where
the trial takes place. The Lycee is op
posite the military prison. Drey
fus was to cross the Etreot from the
prison to the court house, but nobody
was to- see nim except the military,
which barred the street to the right
and left of the Lycee door. An officer
whispered to me when I was in the
Lycee to go to the window which he In
dicated and get a glimpse of Dreyfus.
Precisely at he time named the door
of the military prison opened and.
Dreyfus guarded by a captain of gen
d'armerie appeared. He wore a brand
new uniform. The stiff linings had not
yet formed into the shape of the figure;
the whole suit seemed an awkward fit.
The man was as stiff as his
uniform. He held bis head high as if
on purpose, but his shoulders stooped.
Some of the DIsting-nished Witnesses.
Captain Dreyfus crossed the hall
close to me and entered a room the
door of which closed behind him. I saw
also the arrival of the witnesses, who
were taken to the rector's room." Gen
erals Billot, Mercier, Cbanoine, Gonz,
Zurlinden and De Boisdeffre were in
uniform, as many of tbe field and sub
altern officers were. General DePellieux
kept aloof. M. Cavaignac's cheerfulness
seemed forced, but former President
Casimir-Perler was blithe as a boy.
Lieutenant Colonel Picquart was cold-
shouldered by the army people. But ap
parently he did not mind.
OPENING OF THE GREAT TRIAL.
Accused Man Hears the Charges and Pats
In m Complete Denial.
"The concert room where the trial
Is held has a vaulted roof. The walls
are adorned with tablets containing
the names of famous Bretons. Just
behind the seat placed for Dreyfus is
a tablet on which the last name is that
of Ronan. At 7 o'clock the coming of
the court was announced in military
fashion, the soldiers presenting arms.
The Judges entered from the wings and
were in full dress uniform. They pro
ceeded in Indian file to their places
behind a long table on a slightly
raised platform. Colonel Jouaust, the
presiding officer, is a man of dignified
appearance, not unintellectual, and has
an upright, martial air. Tbe counsel
for the defense have seats and desks
on the stage or platform to the left
of the judges' table. The seat of the
accuccd is in front and also on thu
"Colonel Jouaust, in a stentorian
voice, declared that the trial be begun
and, as ordered, the accused be brought
in. All eyes were turned upon Drey
fus. His fresh rnmnlcxinn nstonlshpd
all. The figure remains clean built- He '
entered with measured step. His mode I
of saluting the court was jerky and
very composed, but his fingers be
trayed nervousness. His voice Is not
good. The first incluent was the de
claration of the president colonel that
he had unlimited power to call wit
nesses. He then ordered those of M.
Quesnay de Beaurepaire to be cited.
The Indictment is that of 1834.
"Dreyfus answered cautiously all
questions. The judge was fair, but
evidently not friendly. He showed
himself, however, sensible and sober
minded and impressed every one fa
vorably. The accused is unfortunate
in not being able, apart from his suf
ferings as told by others, to command
sympathy. His countenance only ex
pressed a wish to hide his feelings. It
is a reticent face, but not a bad one.
One would like it to be more frank.
The voice is not pleasing and tbe dic
tion is less so.
"Dreyfus seems without dramatic
feeling and lacks ease In all things.
However, he passed today through a
cruel ordeal. It was trying, after the ,
experience of the last five years, to find
himself in the full blaze of publicity
mad starisl at and scrutinized by 700
The court is composed as follows:
President. Colonel Jouaust. director in
the engineer' corps; Lieutenant Col
onel Brongniart, director of the school
of artillery; Major de Breon, Major
Merle. Captain Parfait and Captain
Beauvais, seventh artillery; Major
mitted Dreyfus to a rigorous exami
nation of the prisoner commenced
with the bordereau, which contains
the charges. Colonel Jouaust ques
tioned him on each of these charges
and Captain Dreyfus denied them, all
and singular. Colonel Jouaust sub
mutted Dreyfus to a rigorous exami
nation, more in the style of a prose
cuting counsel than a judge, and made
gestures of impatience at some direct
denials which Dreyfus gave repeatedly
to the judges' questions. The prison
er's voice resounded frequently
through the court room as he ener
getically replied: "'No, my colonel,"
or "Never, never," to questions put to
The examination of the prisoner was
ended with a few minor questions, and
the court decided to sit behind closed
doors today, by five votes to two.
DEAD NTJMEE3 TWENTY-NINE
Corrected List of Those Killed at Bridge
port, Conn. Mb Desert Horror.
Bridgeport, Conn., Aug. 8. Twenty
nine persons were killed in the trolley
car accident at Oronoque Sunday. Of
the dozen injured only three are in a
serious condition. Examination of the
trestle and the wrecked car by the
coroner's jury and engineering experts
yesterday showed that the structure
was perfectly sound, but that the
wooden stringers outside the rails
were too low to serve as guard rails;
that the flanges of the car wheels were
unbroken and the brakes set. The
crank was turned to shut off the cur
rent. George Hamilton, the motorman,
has been arrested, charged with man
slaughter. The correct list of dead is as fol
lows: John Carroll. Bridgeport, con
ductor; Mrs. Arthur Holmes, Bridge
port; Mrs. Joseph Rugells. Stratford;
Joseph Hotchkiss and O. B. Wells,
Bridgeport; Mrs. Frank Ballou and
two children, aged 5 and 8 years, Strat
ford; William H. Harvey and wife,
Bridgeport; Daniel Galvin and John
Galvin, Ansonia; . Bessie Toomey,
Bridgeport; Selectman Elias E. Brad
ley and wife, Milford; Sydney A. Pitt,
Peter Ring, Henry C. Coggswell, Irv
ing Donis. Patrick McDerrnott and
wife; John A. Flynn and Thomas
McNally. Bridgeport; Willis Osborn,
Stratford; Margaret Brennan and Mrs.
McDonald. Bridgeport: Howard Bald
win, Stratford; two unidentified bodies.
Bar Harbor, Me., Aug. 8. The list
i of dead at the Mount Desert ferry dis
aster is as stated yesterday twenty.
The two unidentified In the list sent
were Miss Lewis, of Hampden, Me.,
and Mrs. Marjorie Mower, of Cali
Kentucky Democrats upe'u. --
Louisville, Ky., Aug. 8. The cam
paign of the Democratic ticket, headed
by William Goebel for governor, was
opened yesterday, meetings being held
in a dozen or more of the principal
towns of the state.
CIilosx" Oraln and Produce.
Following were the quotations on the
Chicago Board of Trade:
Wheat Open. High
.J .69& $ .BU $ .69
December ... .Il .71
Hay .- 74 .71 ,s -74
September .. .30. .31 .20 .30'
Uecember ... .28 .28?i .28 .28:
May 29 .29ft .29 .29
September .. .19 .19 .19 .19i
Derpmber ... .19i .194 - .19S4 .194 1
May 21 .21V4 .21 .21
September .. 8.424 8.50 8.42 8.47
October 8.47 8.55 8.47Vi 8.52
December ... 8.C0 8.60 8.55 8.57
September .. 5.37 5.40 5.35 5.37
October 5.45 5.43 5.42 5.42
December ... 5.50 5.50 5.47 5.47
September .. 5.07 5.10 5.07 5.10
October 6.12 5.15 5.12 6.15
Produce: Butter Extra creameries,
17418c per Tt; extra dairies, 15fl5c;
fresh packing stock, 12c. Eggs
Fresh stock, 1213c per doz. Live
Poultry Turkeys, 78c per lb; chick
ens, 9c; springs, lc; ducks. ti
7Vc per tb: geese, $3.50(33.00 per dozen
Potatoes Fair to choice. 3022:33c per bu.
New Apples $1.25?2.75 per bbl. Red
raspberries. $1.40 1.60 per 24-pt case;
blackberries. $1.251.50 per 24-qt case;
blueberries. $1.00 1.50 per 16-qt case.
Chicago Live Stock.
Hoss Estimated receipts for the day.
S8.500. Pales ranged at $3.404.60 for
pigs. $1.55(84.85 for light, $4.00(24.25 for
rou?h packin?, $4.354.75 for mixed, and
J4.354.62 for heavy packing and ship-
Cattle Estimated receipts for the
day, J8.500. Quotations ranged at $3.80
06.10 choice to extra steers. $5.355.70
frood to choice du . $4.S0(3.25 for fair to
good. $4.45'ff4.8o common to meaium ao..
$4.204.45 butcher's eteers. $4,6545.75 fed
western steers. 53.za9j4.8i1 teeaing steers
$2.254-30 cows. $3.00(35.10 heifers, $2.80
61 4.50 bulls and oxen. $3.75!S4.65 stags.
$4.00 5.25 Texas steers, and $4.50(6.90
Sheet Estimated receipts for the
day. 14.000. Quotations ranged at $3.50
&4.35 westerns. $3.25&4.8s natives, and
$4.00 6.40 lambs.
, . Milwaukee Grain.
Milwaukee, Aug. 7.
Wheat Dull: No. 1 northern, 71V4c;
No. 2 northern, 70c Oats Steady: 21
fe2Sic. Rye Firm; No. 1. 53&53c
Barley Steady; No. 2, 404 c; sample,
Pprin lamb-ti 503.50.
Har Timothv. S7.5010: wild, $7.5CigA
Pot ioe ;...
Butur Choice to fair, 14c: fresh creamery,
Chickens "c per pound.
Ducks 7c per pound.
Coal Sst- 10c
Csule liuichers pay fr corn-fed ters.
ISo-tc; cows and he fers, c2c; calves,
CASTOR I A
For Infanta and Children.
Tfc3 Kind Yea Hare Alwajs Borgfct
Revolution Reported Broken Out
- and Troops Deserting
SITUATION SAID TO EE GRAVE,
Areordinc to ' Government - Report,
Which Announces Movements of Troops
to Fat Down the Iosurrectlon Jlmiusi
Dellevee the Dominicans Will Never Bo
Ilsppy Until They Get Illra to" Rule Over
rhem Haiti Is Feeling Onieter.
Care Haytien, Hayti, Aug. 8. Gen
erals Pablo Reyes, Ramon Pacheco,
Ciena Navarro, Jose Polo and Josa
Jiminez have taken up arms in Santo
Domingo in favor of Don Juan Isidro
Jiminez and occupy the plains of Cha
guei and Curabo as far as Jose de Las
MataB. as well as the towns of Guay
abin, Sabineta, Manzanillo and Daja
bon, abandoned by the troops f the
government sof Santo Domingo. More
than half these troops are said to have
gone over to the camp of General
Pacheco, who is reported to have more
than 800 well armed men unaer his
command. General Guellito, governor
of Monte Christi, who.it is claimed. has
already lost half his troops who have
gone over to the enemy is In a desper
ate position and is unable to attack the
revolutionists. It is added that he will
be obliged to capitulate. Numbers of
Dominicans are arriving in Hayti by
sea in order to join by crossing the
frontier the camp of General Pacheco.
Dominican Government on the Qni Vive.
Puerto Plata, Santo Domingo. Aug. 8.
Senor Alvarez. the minister of
finances, and Senor Cordero, with 100
men, went to Monte Christ! Sunday.
They united there with 700 men who
had been assembled in behalf of the
government for the restoration of or
der. Armed steamers are watching the
coast to prevent the landing of an in
surectionary expedition should such a
thing be attempted. The governor of
Monte Christi has 3.000 men under
arms for the preservation of the peace.
'The situation is considered grave.
- Nothing Received at Washlgtnn.
Washington, Aug. 8. Notwithstand
ing the growing turbulence in San Do
mingo, as disclosed in press dispatches,
neither the state nor navy departments
had received anything up to the close of
effice hours yesterday to show that our
officials there were apprehensive over
the developments. The authorities hero
are proceeding on the theory that the
existing order of affairs is regular, and
this will continue to be the course ob
served. Only in the event that the in
surrection beeomes strong enough to
establish a de facto form of govern
ment Is there any likelihood that its
claim could be taken into considera
tion, as against the present de jure
INTERVIEW WITH JIMINEZ.
Believes, It Appears, That He lias a Sare
Thing in Dominion.
Havana, Aug. 8. General Juan Isi
dro Jiminez, who was interviewed
yesterday, said ho was in daily re
ceipt of about twenty-five cablegrams
from Santo Domingo, where all was
going well. To the interviewer he ex
hibited a letter which he said was from
a person of influence, advising him
not to risk participancy in an expe
dition, as the result was assured and
was only a matter of time. According
to the writer, if anything happened to
Jiminez the people of Santo Domingo
would regard it as a great loss, inas
much as their ideals and hopes regard
ing good government were bound up
Moreover the "present system needed
a man in some respects like Heureaux,
whereas the present executive, Fi
guereo, though trying to work on the
lines followed by Heureaux, was mean,
unpopular, and incapable of carrying
on the administration with the neces
sary vigor. General Jiminez said ho
could not leave Havana at present, aa
he must have a headquarters from
which to send orders and at which to
receive news, but when all was assured
he would go.
He remarked that he counted on a
majority of four-fifths, and talked In
a very confident strain, expressing
himself as hopeful of complete success.
He asserted that he was receiving of
fers of assistance from many Cubans.
Port au Prince, Haiti, Aug. 8. In
Haiti the political situation has im
proved. All persons capable of taking
part in a revolutionary movement have
been arrested or have sought refuge in
Aimed at Chief Arthur.
Cleveland, Aug. 8. One day last
week Grand Chief Arthur, of the Broth
erhood of Locomotive Engineers, Baid
that he was riding on the Big Consol
idated cars and intended to do so
whenever he found it necessary. Yes
terday the striking street railroad men
recived a contribution of $100 from
Devereaux division of the Brotherhood
of Locomotive Engineers, together with
a letter in which responsibility for the
individual acts of Chief Arthur was
End of Ueslrks Tnrnfest.
Mayville, Wis.. Aug. 8. The thirty
first Bezirks Turnfest came to a suc
cessful termination yesterday, the con
tests resulting as follows: For the
veterans, out of a possible thirty
points, Sheboygan Turnverein received
first prize with wreath, scoring 25.30.
Bahnirel. of Milwaukee, came second
with 23.21, and Southside Milwaukee
third, with 21.S2.
Machinists' Strike About Settled.
Tort Huron. . Mich., Aug. 8. The
strike of machinists, which began last
week in a walk-out from the Grand
Trunk locomotive shops, will, it Is ex
pected, be amicably settled. Master
Mechanic Multifield has explained that
the laborer who had been temporarily
placed fa charge of a machine had been
returned to his former position.
Bnssla Encroaches Again.
Pekin. Aug. 8. M. De Giers, the Rus
sian minister, has addresed a note to
the tsung-Ii-yamen. warning that body
that the conclusion of an alliance with
Japan would give great offense to Rus
sia and that the consequences to China
would be most serious.
Tlio Kind You Have Always
in use for over 30 years,
All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Just-as-good" are but
Experiments tbat trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children Experience against Experiment
What is CASTOR i A
Castoria is n, harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Iaro
" goric, Drops and Soothing1 Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It lestroys Wornit
and allays Fcverishncss. It cures Diarrhoea and "Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates tho
Stomach and Dowels, giving healthy and natural bleep.
Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
The KM You Me Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
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Fire Insurance Agency,
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TUESDAY. AUGUST 8,
EETUIiN LIMIT 15 DAYS.
For sleeping and chair car reser
vations or time of trains and all
detail information, inquire at Ii.
I. & I ticket office, foot of Twen-'
M. A. PATTERSON.
Gea'l Pass. Agent,
Kock Ialaad, UL
Bought, and wliieli has been
lias borne tbo sijriiatiiro of
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supervision since Its infancy.
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THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE
CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND PACIFIC HAH.
v way Tickets can be pnrobaMMl or fes'KKe
check eo st KIsF Twentieth S'root -leiw'., Of
0 H 14 P denot, corner Fifth BTense and Tblrty
trat sUsct, Fr&nk M Flummer, A Kent,
DenTnr Limited & Omaha.... t S:1(I ti
Kt Worth. Dt-nver 4. & O.... t hMb Oj
n oo am
9 .ixi u
MlonustJO ls t f:M i.n
Omars soil Prs Volnes It 8:l m
ivfcnsba A Mmnf spoils tti: sir.
- a"i urn
tin -40 pm
Onialia A Ds Moi-ifcS Bx .... 75 am
tDonver. llncoln A Omsha.. 111 :f8 sra
Ut nvr. Llncoiii 4k Omaha...! 8:tXim
.t 6:f. am
Yc Moines Express !114:KI
Bock Inland fc unrcsa Ac. ..IS 4:W pm
Bt I'sul MlDDesio i !:), am
Dsnver. ft Worth A K O.... 5:0Uam
t ft:ii am
t l :WI prr
i n.m pm
t 7 :40 tm
tnsn.-s.etty ft J .t Oenvcr 11 :W iiaJ
iKoca jsiani x wnsninviuu i i i pin
ijnicftgo we tLiDerty .... T s.'inpm
R-K?k Island A B-ooirlii Ac. I 6:33 pn
tOri'sfca sod ltork Is snd . ...
AttIthI. TDepartnrs. JDslIy, sxcwnt 8ar6T.
Dally except Saturday. AU others dallj. Tele
BTOLINGTON ROTTTB C B U KAILr
way IVipot Pint aTscoa and ilxiaentk
;ixnt, K j tfottiff. Agent.
Bar Vl". Tts jooomoirn
t 7:40 am
Peoria, BeaV.s?own, Bar-
lliifton, DuoTer AWest....
it. Paul A Minneapolis
iteiUug, O'tnton A Ur.baqun
Ut T 1 ..... . rM'w r, a.
t 8 40 ptn
t 3:46 pm;t1I:68 ass
7:W prv S:1B am
7:M pmit 8:40 am
rsc. OojHt vlsOalnsoTg T:iupm' an am
Dally, t Dally except Bands? .
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE A AT PAUL Hall
lr wy Fso'ne A Bouhwoatorn Dlvlslca
Depot Twentieth street, hstvreaa first and Second
svennss. L U Greer, Agent,
atal an 1 Sxpress
tt Paul Express
freight and AenoTomodatlon
11 :&0 an.
Dally except Bondsy.
ROCK ISLAND POR'A RAILWAY
Depot First ATeme and Twentieth street,
loekhoose. Oon'l Tk't Agent.
prtrgfleld, Clnclcns'J, f eo
rls, etc ......... -
Peons, Sprlngfleld, Ht Loots
A-crimo!Uon Fat Frel?it.
peoi-ia. Hpr.ogfield. Clnoln-
Porls Accom. Frelpfct....
Sbftrrard Aeroroortstlon. ..
1 :25 am
7 M am
Cab'e and Sherrard Aeeom
Passenr trains loare t) II I P (Hollos
STeraoaeiotdve (S) mlnatns earlier than time
ciTen. Trains tasrked dally, all other trains
Isliy except Sunday.
First-class Roadbed. Vestibuled
Trains. Chair Cars, Seats Free.
Dining Cars, Cafe Plan. Com
partment and Standard Sleepers.
- Montana, Wyoming.
Hot Springs, S. D. Yellow btone
Nebraska, National Park,
Traversing tbe Great Corn Belt.
brighten the trip
Gas to cool and
of. the traveler.
Steamship tickets on sale' to
and from European and Con
tinental points via various -lines.
II. D. Mack, Phone M. J. Yolno
D. P. A. 1131 & 1180. Agent.