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THIS AnSUS. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1899.
McCASKRIN A McCASKUHS
a ttoraeys at Lw
Koeklniana and Milan. Roe Islaaa
overKrell Mats s swrs- HUM oHet OB
a coiut. - a- oowtiit
CONNELLY & OONNZLLY.
(tw, eoraer oC 8eeon4 ituu
JACKSON & HUK3T,
Offles la Rook Island National Bank Builfl-
WM. I HTDOI.rH. OBT. BY TOU
A ivornarn at Law. .
Money to loan. General lefsl onBlnan. No
tary PUCUO. 17UB BttOU ! suiwu
SWEENEY di WALKER.
Attorney and OoucMllora at Law.
Office In Bennton Bloc a.
n. J. or.AKI.B, a A KARA HA Ll
State's Attorney. : : : : :
SEA RLE & MARSHALL.
Attorney at Law.
Transact a genera! lecal business.
Attorney at Law.
Lean money on good security; nrake eollee
Ions. Rrrrmiee. M'.tebeU A Lynda, bankers
(ifnos. Mltcacll A Lynde buUdltg.
JOHN K. SCOTT.
City attorney of Rock Island. Room 4
ftiltetaell A Lymle bulldiDK
F. H. FIRST. M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Phone on ISA. Offloe, fl Twentieth
Street. omee bourn: 10 to IS a. be.; t to ard
1 to p. m. Sunday, 8:30 to fc 10 a. m.; 1:30 to
DR. CORA EMERY REED.
Special attention to diseases of women and
children, a'w diseases of eye, ear, nose and
tbrosw Omee hours :30 to 1 a. m., 1 to s p
m. fcl Sixteenth street. Rook Island.
t. a. BUBB.BABZ, U. D .
. MRS. HAD M. lUIIRtlT. M. P.
DRS. BURKHART & BURKHART.
Office Tremsnn block. Office hours B to It
a. m., I to k scd 7 to 9 p. m. 'fnone No. 4002
Rock Island, lil. Night calls answered I rote
C. T. FOSTER. M- D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Office between Third and Fourth avenues on
T w en Keih street. Office bourn: 9 to 11a.m.,
f to p in. and 7 to w p. m Night ealla from
office Phone 40M.
DR. S. H. MILLER
Ystertnary Burgeon and Dec list
AU diseases of bones and eattle treated on
approved principles. Sursieal operations per
formed In a scientific manner. Dors treated.
All calls promptly attended to. Residence,
16 fifth avenue. Telephone 4401. Office
ard iunrmary. lftl.VMliT Fourth avenue
(Mauekcr s stable), opposite No. 1 fire bouse
DR. H. EMMET STEEN.
Specialist and expert In the treatment oi
nervous, private and all chronic diseases of
men and women.
Hours: 10 to 12. t o 4. ( to 8. Sundays 10 to IX.
Harrison and Second streets, opposite new
PR. M. A. HOLLINGSWORTH.
Office. Tlarper Bouse Pharmacy. Night calls
PR. C. W. GRAFTON,
Rooms It and IS. Mitchell A Lynda baUdlnt-
Offiee hours from 8 to U a. m. and I to I p. m.
J. T. TAYLOR,
Offin hours to IS A m.. I SO to 4 M p m,
tl Eighteenth street. Opposite Union nrno.
DRACK A KERNS,
Arenlteeia and Supertntcdsns
Shinssr Block. "eeoad Boor.
HENRY GAETJE, tTop.
Out Flowers and Designs of all Kinds.
John Volk cV Co.,
Builders : : :
ALSO KAirrrACTCKES OF
SaAh, Doors, Blinds And Mouldings;
Veneered And Hard Wood Floor
ing of All Kinds.
Single And Double Strength Window
Glass. Polished riate. Beveled
riAte and Ar Glass.
Bronchitis generally begins with a
common cold ; if not cured it lecomes
dangerous and thousands die from
bronchitis annually. Dr. John W.
Ball's Coagh Syrnp, the best remedy
for this disease, cares it in a few days.
Will promptly cure Bronchitis.
loes are small aud plrawnt to take. Iortrs
Itcommciid it. nice 13 cu. At alt druggists.
TI1E TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
CHICAGO. ROCK ISLAKD A PACIFIC
Railway Tickets can be purcbsed or
batrrage checked at It I. A P.TrenUe-h street
depot, or c K. 1. ot 1: nepot, comer riiiDHc
nue and Thirty -Unit street. Frank a fiuax
I EAMT. I WEST
Denver Limied Auoisb...
Ft. Worth. Denver U..
Omaha and Des Moines
tOniaba A Mlnnear oUx
Omaha A Des Moines Kx . .
Jljmv.r. Lincoln & rroaba
Peover : Incoln A Omuba..
Des Moine Kxprrs
Rock I1 and A Bureau Ac.
St. Paul 4: Mlnowspoli
Dewver. Kt. Worth A K f.
am . S:"0
pro S: V
tKansM Cit v.St Joe & imvrl'1
:lCoclc Ixland A Washington !
Chioaito A 1 k" Mi-ines. . .
B"-k Island A Hrooklyn C
tOmaha & Kork Island
;Cbloaifo. A l.tvenprt I
Arrival. Departure. tDilv. except Pun
ilDaily except Saturday. Ail others daily. Tel-
i?CRLiNr;TON RorrK-c.. b. a q. rail-
way Depot First avenue and Sixteenth
street. M. J t oung. aeent.
I I.KAVB I arrive
St. I Springfield Peoria.
Ilur. Quin via Monmouth 6:55 am 7:15 pm
Chiciiuo, SteriiDK Clinton A
Dubuque 7:45 am t 8:40 pm
Peoria. Mearantown. Hur
lincton. Denver and west 2:45 pm'H:.S8 am
St. PulA Minneapolis 7:0 pmj SMS am
St. I... Kns "!.. Denver A
Pac coast via Ca eshur 7:15 pm fr.'A am
Dally, r Dully except Sunday.
fUICAGO. MILWATKEK A ST. PACL
railway Racin' A Souto western nivblon
Depot Twemicrb street, between First aud
Second avenues. WW lirecklcndKe. A Kent.
i LEAVE. I ARRIVE.
Mail and xpreH8...
SL Haul Kxpreux
Krelirbt Hiid accroni .
7 Ifri am; 9:15 pm
4:"t pm 11:30 am
K-50 am 9:3ii am
Daily except Sunday.
TfOTK l?I.AND A PF.ORIA RAILWAY
Ijepot r irst avenue and Twentieth street.
M. A. Patterson. Ceneral l'a'senk'er A4ent.
I I.XAVK I AHH1VI
Spr Vtleld. cinolntiau. Peo-i
Peoria. Sprinittieid, St. Ll
Ls. vie I
Aecom Fat Frcluht i
Peoria. SpriOKtielU. Ctncin-i
:0S am 6.40 pm
1 -:5 am
Sherrard Ac.ommodailon. :
iaoie Accomm'tcauon ...
Cahie A Sbt-r ard Accom
Pa neatrer trains leave C. K (.A I'. (Moline
avenue) depot rive ir) minutes earlier than
time given. Trains marked daily, all other
trains uuur except Swncay.
Best Dining Car Service.
Tom A. Marshall
to6 DtTAsjce LiHr
TtLEPrraHC rue rouomN6
CT! a AKD TOtH5 ATABOUT
'Ji TCU6RAPM BATCS.
W. Ian. I a.
ML twant, Iowa.
w licrtiin. 111.
Nr Windsor. 111.
North llradenon, IU
Fort Ilxrmi, FX
Frairis City, IX
Kork llanrl, HI.
Swan Crerk. 13.
Pt. liitufliiw, IX
f berrard, IX
Taj lor Hide, IX
Walnut Gums, IX
w t I .ttwrry. lows.
Alexi. 1 0.
t mbrj,t. 111.
Columbus Jc, lows.
Ovlar Kit p 1,1, luwa.
IS UilIDM, loWS.
Ivn port, lows.
1 s.nnxu!. ill.
1 !i cu w.rhI, lii.
Farm melon, IXL
Fort Maduon. Iowa.
Calva. I O.
(f ffifflflB Si
NEW SEEDS TO BE TRIED
Secretary Wilson Intends Ex
ploiting Untested Varieties.
EICE 13 E0UTHEE5 STATES.
Vslse of Crop Increased by Intro
d action of -ew Variety Amerlcsiw
Farmers CIvIbbT More Atteatioa to
Its Caltarc la Artlflclslly Flooded
tnsuvEiKs( ! Seed Dlstrlb
TLe IIod. James Wilson, secretary
of ibe tlepartuient of agriculture at
Washington, is uow preparing tbat
part of Lis report which treats of the
free teed distribution. Few govern
went exiomlitures so small as this is
in the aggregate about $1UO,000 an
iiually Lave occasioned -o much ad
verse coiuuieuL Secretary Morton,
who made a determined effort to shut
off the free seed distribution, found
that, iu spite of all his endeavors, the
appropriation Lad been iucreased and
distribution made uiaudatory.
Secretary Wilson docs uot intend to
antagonize congress by a campaign
agaiust the free seed distribution, lie
would also like to avoid the hostility
of the seedmcn which the practice in
vites aud so has worked out a plan
which he believes will accomplish both
of these objects, says the Chicago In
ter Oceau. He will go back to the
"new and unusual varieties" which
were originally contemplated in the
appropriation and distribute the va
rietles of seed which the commercial
seedmcu for one reason or another are
not handling the experimental seeds
which have not gained a foothold.
The department's agents who are en
gaged in a tireless search for new aud
improved varieties iu all parts of the
world bring iu many Interesting speci
mens. When one of their new varie
ties has been tested by the department
scientists aud found promising, it will
be distributed iu the appropriate sec
lions of the country and its value prac
tically demonstrated. After a species
has gained a foothold the seedmeu
may be trusted to lake care of the cur
rent demand, aud witli it the depart
incut will uot further compete.
In this tield Secretary Wilson be
lieves there is ample work for the de
partment without distributing ordinary.
time tried cabbage and turnip seed,
There is enough room in improved
grasses alone to absorb to advantage
the entire appropriation that the gov
ernment allows for seed. Iu rice, of
interest in the south, the introduction
of one new variety which is uow grovv
iug successfully is said to Lave a com
mercial value of !? 1 .OOM.OOO a year to
the American producers.
It seems that brokeu rice sells for 2
cents a pound less thnu the head rice,
and in old varieties there is a breakage
of at le.-ist -40 per cent. The depart
ment recently Introduced soiuo Japa
nese rice called Kin Shu, iu which the
average of breakage from this year's
exiK-riinenis Las been only 17 per cent.
It is a licttcr quality, ticsides, aud is
decidedly more productive to the acre.
This saving of 'J cents a pound on H3
per cent of the crop will amount to
jsnO.Otio .1 year. It Is estimated tbat
the introduction of this variety has
cost the government $3,kh..
Secretary Wiisou is greatly interest
ed in the new American method of
cultivating rice in an artificial swamp,
which can be drained off when har
vesting time arrives, so as to permit
the use of labor saving uir.chiuery.
This was the idea of some northern
farmers who went to Louisiana a few
years ago. They wanted to raise rice,
but were not coutent with the Land
lalHir by which it had always been nec
essary to harvest it. and so they creat
ed a swamp which would be under
Mr. Wilson on his recent trip saw one
piece of prairie into which -100,000 gal
lons of water were pouring per minute,
an amount 2.1 per rent greater than
that which is to go out of Lake Michi
gan Into the Chicago drainage canal.
In southern Louisiana, where the coun
try is widely cut up by rivers and
bayous, this sort of irrigation is very
easily accomplished, either by gravity
flow or by the use of windmills. In this
way the rice can grow in Its natural
condition, and when It is mature the
water can lie turned off. the ground al
lowed to dry and machine reapers and
binders put to work.
The magnitude of the congressional
seed distribution is clearly seen by the
report of the last fiscal year, which
shows it to have aggregated 15.702.914
paper and cloth bags, as follows: Vege
table, papers. H.243.r27; flower, pa
pers. I.2o4.4K7: field, papers aud bags.
'Oj.ooO. Of the 13.702.914 papers and
bags of seeds distributed. 13.599.DSC pa
pers and cloth sacks of vegetable aud
other seeds weredistributed to seuators.
representatives and delegates in con
gress by their allotments). 731.170 pa
Iers of flower and vegetable seeds to
correspondents of the division of sta
tistics and SS!).4iJ pairs ami bags of
vegetable, flower and field seeds to the
state granges. The remaiuder was dis
tributed to weather bureau observers,
tjxpcriinent stations, etc.
Aside from the above distribution
thousands of packages of foreign seeds
and plants which are introduced by the
department experts abroad are sent
out largely to state agricultural experi
ment stations and to such reliable cul
tivators as Lave shown a willingness
to co-operate with the department by
making reports as to the success of
tii?se Imported plants.
rrovrs That Tr Arc- Aaaraale.
It sounds a bit contradictory, but the
Boers are staining the soil of South
Afrtva red with Esglssd'a tlutst
' . Took II Ins At His "Word.
The faculty of terse and forceful
sreecb is ordinarily an advantage, but
occasionally a man gets hoisted by his
owu epigram. . A bustling young New
Yorker who was rcently established
ii a branch of the oil business had set
out to get the patronage of a certain
firm. The head of the concern was re
luctant to make a change.
The oil we have been getting has
not been unsatisfactory." said he, "and
I fail to see why we 6hould make a
change. Are there any extra induce
ments you can offer? How do you pro
pose to Improve on the old quality?"
In this way." was the prompt an
swer. "I propose to give the business
my personal attentiou. I intend to put
some of my brains Into every barrel of
oil we send out."
The rejoinder pleased the old gentle
man, and he became a customer.
A few months later the hustling
young man was obliged to make a jour-
uey, aud iu his absence, through some
oversight, the quality of oil was allow
ed to deteriorate. It was quickly noted
and a letter on file in the office records
one of the protests. It reads: "Uentle
men When we were induced to use
your product, we were assured tha
Mr. Blank put some of his brains into
every barrel of oil. We deeply regret
to observe that Mr. Blank is threatened
with paresis." Washington Star.
A Thrifty Scot.
A good story ls told by an English
tourist who staid for a week in apart
ments in Aberdeen, the "Granite City.'
"I Lad heard," he 6ays. "of the canuy
folk of Aberdeen, and my experience,
short though it was, proved that rumor
had rightly estimated the character of
the people. The streets are granite,
the houses are granite, and the lnb.t!
ltants are granite, and when they have
a granite baby they give it n, ball of
granite for fear It should break any
"I had a granite landlady, and oue
day when I was going fishing her
sou volunteered to accompany me.
provided the lunch, the rods and the
lines; he provided the worms dug
them up In n neighbor's garden with a
borrowed spade. I caught 10 trout; he
ate the lunch and broke my best rod
When we got home, I made a present
of 14 of the fish to my granite landlady
aud asked her to cook the other two
for my tea. She did and charged me
threepence for the dripping iu which
they were fried!" Loudon Answers.
Men as Created.
The glittering generalities of Thomas
Jefferson that all meu are created
equal and that the right of life, liberty
and pursuit of happiness is iualiena
ble. Lave been the texts for many in
jurious instructions. They are rhe
torical flourishes, meaningless to the
gentleman on the scaffold and in Sing
Sing, who pursued the fleetiug phan
torn of happiness with the 'jimmy of
the burglar and the dagger of the as
sassiu. Men are not created equal
physically. morally or intellectually.
ncr in aptitude opportunity nor condi
Hon. It is perhaps accurate to say of
the I.0OO.OOO.OOO inhabitants of the
earth no two are created equal. Nature
Is incapable of uniformity and detests
equality as much as she abhors a
vacuum. One is made to honor, an
other to dishouor, as one star differeth
from another star in glory. John J. In
The Kin ore Dickens Cat.
Satirists are not able to perceive
tl-eir own absurdities. That is a well
known failiug aud as old as the hills.
The first great English writer to come
over here and create a furore was
Charles Dickens, and certainly m-j man
ever lived who Lad a sharper eye for
the grotesque in personal appearance,
especially in dress. According to all
accounts, his make up was something
appalling. My old uncle saw him iu
New Orleans aud used to swear he
looked more like a caricature than a
human being. He curled his licard
used corsets, sported red waistcoats
with lavender pantaloons, carried two
watches with gold chains around his
neck aud wore rings outside Lis gloves!
Just think of it!
A Happy ThoBckt.
The spontaneous and happy wit of
the late Isaac II. Bromley, for many
years a writer of New York Tribune
leaders, is recalled by the example be
One day in The Tribune office the
veteran journalist Charles T. Congdori
was talking of the delightful reading
be had found in Bayle's Dictionary
aud remarked tbat if he were ever in
jail he would be quite contented with
"Of course you would." said Brom
ley. "If you had Bayle. you could get
Gettlnsr Oat of a. Corner.
"What a beautiful lounge!"
"Yes. That's a birthday present from
my husband. He always gives me a
resent thai costs him as many dollars
as I am years old." '
"TLat's nice of him. It reconciles
one to growing old. By the way. I
have a lounge at Lome like that, but
not nearly as fine, and we paid $3S
"Is that all? This this didn't cost
nearly as much as that." Chicago
A Moderate Man.
"How much Is this soap a cake?"
"Take two for 15 cents."
"Two? Do you think I buy soap by
the wholesale?" Fliegende Blatter.
No trait of character ls more valuable
to a woman than the possession of a
sweet temper. Home can never be
happy without it. It is like the flowers
that spring up in our pathway, reviv
ing and cheering us.
The curiosity of others enables wme
mnn to make a od L'r'ag. Ctksgo
BRITISH NAVAL' GUNS.
Facts About Those Which Sawed the
Dny at I.l yamlt h.
Interesting facts about the British
naval guns which saved the day a
Ladysmith by their timely arrival are
told by a correspondent of the London
Times writing from NataL
Each mounting of the big weapons
has an inscription upon It, presumably
concocted by the ship's painter. One,
a parody upon the Scottish proverb,
"Those who sup with me will require
a devil of a long spoon."
Another has this suggestive phrase:
"For what we are going to receive
may the Lord make us truly thankful.
A third inscription ls:
Iy me true and load me tight.
The Boers will soon be out of tight.
Concerning the inspiration which led
Captain Percy Scott of the British
cruiser Terrible to design mountings
by which sea guns could be used effect
Ively for land service, the correspond
ent says: "From the first It would seem
that what was wanted were long range
guns which could shell the enemy at a
distance outside the range of their
Mauser rifles. The captain of the Ter
rible therefore proposed a field mount
Ing for the naval long 12 pounder of
1,200 weight, which has a much longer
range than any artillery gun out hero,
A pair of wagon wheels were picked
up, a balk of timber used as a trail
and in 24 hours a 12 pounder was
ready for land service. Captain Scott
then designed a mounting for a 4.7 Inch
naval gun by simply bolting a ship's
mounting down on to four pieces of
"Experts declared that the 12 pound
er would smash up the trail and that
the 4.7 Inch gun would turn a somer
sault. The designer Insisted, however.
on a trial. When it took place, nothiug
of the kind happened, except that a
extreme elevation the 12 pounder shell
went 9.000 yards and the 4.7 inch
(lyddite) projectile 12.000 yards. Cap
tain Scott was therefore encouraged
to go ahead, and four 12 pounders
were fitted out and sent rouud to Dur
ban in the Powerful, and also two 4.7
"A naval friend, writing to me from
the camp, says: "The Boers complain
that we are uot "playing the game.'
They expected to fight only "Ruineks,1
not sailors, who use guns that range
seven miles, aud they want us to go
back to our ships.! One of our lyddite
shells went over a hill Into their camp,
killed 14 men ana wounded 30. Guns
of tliis descriptidn are not. according
to the Boer idea, at all proper, and
they do not like our way of "stagger
ing humanity." Had these guns been
lauded earlier, how much might have
V'lt is a peculiar sight to see the
4.7 Inch gun tired. Many thought it
would turn over, but Captain Percy
Scott appears to Lave well calculated
tliu stresses. There Is, with a full
charge of cordite, a slight rise of the
fore end, which practically relieves all
the fastenings. Hastily put together,
and crude as it looks, it really em
braces all the points of a scientific
mounting, and it wants a great expert
to pronounce an opinion on it.
" The gun is mounted so high that
to the uniuiliated it looks as if it must
turn over on firing, but it docs not.
and the higher the augle of elevation
the less strain there is on it. The ar
rival of our guns practically put the
Itoyal artillery gtms out of use, for
they can come into action 2.000 yards
behind those supplied to the soldiers
and then make lietter practice. Their
arrival has, every one admits, quite
changed the situation.'"
Following this success. Captain
Scott also rigged up a searchlight on a
railway truck with a flasher attach
ment for use for communication with
ICimborlev and Ladysmlth. One of
these accompanied Methueu's columu
northward in charge of Lieutenant
Colonel Ernest Uliodes. a brother of
Cecil. Another is believed to have
been sent with Clery's forces. The
light has been tested at a distance of
40 miles with successful results.
SAVES MONEY IN HIS MOUTH
Solomon Watson Haa a. Pecnllnr
Task to Win a f IO Bet.
Solomon Watson of Reading, Pa., as
the result of a bet, has had a silver
quarter in his mouth, night and day.
since Sept. 4. He found the money
that day, and a banter that he could
not keep it for a year led to this novel
wager. The bet Is for $10.
"It was agreed that I must eat, sleep
and drink with that quarter in my
mouth for 12 months." Watson said.
At first It was a hardship, but with
the course of time It became easier.
and today 1 don't mind it much. Of
course I'll win. Here's the quarter."
He showed the piece of silver, which
he Lad In Lis left cheek, resting against
a set of molars as sound as Ivory, says
the Chicago Inter Ocean. The other
afternoon a number of side bets that
be would not keep the quarter there
until Thauksgivlng day were paid.
Breastworks For an Army.
Ferbaps the latest development In
modern warfare ls the steam intrench-
er, a huge plow that will throw tip a
four foot intrenchment at the rate of
three miles an Lour. This colossal ma
chine, according to a New l'ork dis
patch to the Philadelphia Public Ledg
er, Is the Invention of Colonel Temper,
director of military ballooning and
steam transport, now on bis way to
South Africa in charge of the uew
steam transport company and balloon
Ists of Royal engineers.
A Friend of Twmaw Atkins.
Mr. R. l. Waddell of Glasgow b3
gives cse ten ef tcbicco for tfce vi9
grippe scarcely ever leaves a sound system.
The germs of la grippe are the smallest mic
robes known, yet they generate a toxine poison
of the most virulent character.
La Grippe is in the air. You don't have to be
exposed, as in other contagious diseases. The
germs of la grippe are everywhere at present.
In one week the wave of infection crosses a
continent. A nation is infected as quick as
one city. You cannot escape la grippe by iso
lation. You breathe in bacteria in every breath.
Grippe can be Cured by Foley's Honey and Tar.
This is guaranteed.
Grippe can be Prevented by Foley's Honey ana
Tar. This is guaranteed.
Foley s Honey and Jar reaches the root of the
disease. It destroys and eradicates the germs
of la grippe. It puts the system on a plane to
resist and expel these microbes.
Foley's Honey and Tar, by absolutely curing
la grippe, leaves no loophole for future lung
trouble, throat diseases, stomach disorders and
fatal organic troubles.
AU drupfftsts sell Foley's Honey and Tsr under a positive irusrsntre
to prevent it cure la prippe in any stsge, leaving the system strong
against inltOslons of any kind.
Grippe starts with a cold. Cure that cold in one day with
Folefs Honey and Tar. It cures all colds and positively
BAUERSFELD & SEXTON
A large and choice selection of new mouldings,
at the art store of
ADAMS WALL PAPER
Young; nad Old,
very essence of
A recent speci
men copy and
outlining: the ex
tensive plans for
will be sent on
with its beautiful
cover. At all
IOutlnc Publishing Co.
139 Flth ve. Mw Vo
Than Small Pox, Yellow Fcrer,
Cholera or any other contagious
disease. Ask your Doctor.
Thousands die in every epi
demic of la grippe like the pres
ent one and thousands die every
year afterward from some weak
ness of the system lejt over from
Grippe is little Jearcd because
it is little understood. Its work is
hidden often does not appear
even to the practiced eye of the
A genuine hard case of la
Beauty Is Uppermost
Is the work of the Rock Island.
Steam Laundry. By modern
methods and careful and skilled
help their laundry work Is the best
that Is turned out In this vicinity.
Their services is prompt and pa
trons are treated with courtesy.
S team Laundry
1814 Third Ave. Telephone 1298
310-314 Twentieth Street.
Model Train Service on a Mod
Heat and quickest route with
through car sorvlcd, north.
Mouth, west and northwest
Tourists1 and reduced rat;
tickets to principal points.
and Pacific Coast,
Florida and the South,
Personally conducted excur
sions, through sleeping and
tourist car accommodations
reserved -without charge.
Ticket offloa open d7 snd nlfbt. Depot
foot of Sixteenth street. JTor maps Sod lull
Information apply to
H. D. Mack, D. P. A.
M. J. Yovva, Agent.
Ihcnti 1U1 till 1123.