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THE AEGTJS, SATUEDAY. JfOVEMBETl 3, 1900.
S PULPIT AND PEW. S
There will b? services 5n th Hock
island churches tomorrow aa follows
Central Presbyterian. Second avenue, be
tween Fourteenth, and Fifteenth streets. Rev
'.V.Ii'ara Tf.rrarice. pustor. S-iaday school at
t : 1 ? a. m. Young people's meeting it fjjy p. ra.
Uroadway rYesbfiKrat:, corner ofTwcoty
tfiird street and Sever.m avenue. Rer. W. S
M.troais. castor. Services ai 1j; !." a. m. and
p m K j.-iday school at a. m. Your.g
People": meeting at fc:l3 D. m.
United Prekbyte-iaa. Third avenue and Four
teenth street. Kev. D. L. MeXary. pastor.
Services at l-:i5 a rn. and :3fl p. m Morning
hii .ri-t. - Haul 'lie lvrsfouuir." evening.
"Volti; Kcikn and Tbe'r Friend ' Sunday
Mhool at l":' a rn.. J r at I p. m.
Allien Street un:on Chapel, South
Itock Inland. S jr-flay school at p. m.
Christian LnOeavur meeting at 4 p. do. Ser
viren fvfrf Ti(.mt 7-30 p. ZTL
Meir.or-al Christian, corner of Th'rd avenue
atd fourteenth MreH. W . i. JubnwiD. pas
tor. Service at l":4- a. rn. and :: p in.
Mo i.lrit? -::. "Tte C titMian s Strength:'
-v-riitK. " Without Ood Junior Kndeavcr at.
:i-:',t j in. Sunday school at 'J.lb a. in. Y. P. S.
;. 11 at ':' V-
South Par Chapel. Preibyte; 1 in. Hra street
as I F.fteenih avenue. Rer. W. S. Marquis,
pastor: H-isday school at 2:30 p. m.
Twenty-ninth Street .Sunday School, Chris
tian. Seventh avcr.je and Twenty-ninth s.reel.
Siit.ujv school at 3.i p. in.
Tr-nty Kpiscopal. corner of Sixth avenue
:iiid Nineteenth street. Kev. K. F. Seei, S. T.
l.. rector. .Viaiins and celebration at
": a in.; Suuday Kchool at t:Ib. even song
Trinity Fpiscopal, comer of Fourth, avenue
and Seventh fitreet. Kev. K. r Sweet. S. T. .
rector, iin-n bona a:id Sunday achool at 'i.'M
St. Joseph's Roman Catholic, correr of
Si cond avenue and Fourtcentn Mreet. Rev.
TL-tr.3s M:tck!n, dean and pastor. Masfi at a.
it. and Ut-JM a. m. Vespers at 3 p. m. Sunday
krujol at i p. in. .
Sacred Heart Itnmu CatholicC Twenty
Ivl'thMreetar.d Fifth avenue. Rev. J. F. Loolc-iij-v,
pastor. Ma.vs at M and 10:30 a. m. Sunday
cnool -.it :- p. ni. VeM'i-rs at 7:30 p. rn.
St. Mar? m Orrman uatuoiic. corner of Fourth
avenue and T er.iy second street. HVr. F. J.
Poettkin, pastor. Masit at H and in : a. m.
Vespers at It p. nc . Sunday school at -.30 p. tn.
;ernian L-itb, ran. corner of Twentieth
fclreet tu.d Fifth avenue Rev. C. A. Mcnaicke
pastor. Servif.es at 10 a. m. and 7 M p. m.
Orace KnlLnh Lutheran, corner of Fortv
fourlb street and Seventh avecue. Services
at 10 iU a. n. and p. rn.
Siceduh Lutheran, corner of Fourteenth
street and Fourth avenue. Kev. Carl 1'. Slati.
pastor. Services at 10 a. in and 7 :n p in.
Jun Swedish I.u.hcran. Seventh ave
nue. Kev. J. ; lal.lier. p i-,:or. Services at
luMo a. Hi. and p. in. Sunday school at V:3J
Ismail Kvari'eiic:il. Ninth st"?t retween
Fifth and Sixth aveu'ies. Key. Y. Trefzer. pas
tor Services at lu.isJ a. m. Sunday school
at 'J a m.
First Uapt'st. corner of Third avenue and
Flfieenth street. K v. !"orir M. Simons, pas
tor. Services at l" l." a. uj. and 7 p. m
Morning h.il iecl 'I'll-)uty of Cn.iar.-n and
Ihe ili;'a;ii,iis of l':;rcn s ' etcrink'. li st of
M-r i-si l Suciiav everunir ilisour'-s ori llo.v
I Would I.ika to l-ivc if 1 Mad My Life to Live
iwr Sun-lav iv cn.n: s tocic, "'riie Son-r
i ii-- iict tcr. Mr', T IS Hi-nJv sl:iir "TIm;
Munof Sorrows.' Sunday sclnntl at W HO a.
in , it J Woodir. Miperinternlent. IS. Y. 1'. U.
at fi.'M p m. Junior union Z '.' ui.
Free Swcdlsn intssio'i, corner or Kieventh
street ar.d Fifth avenue. Sunday sc.ioo! ut J
p in. Prayer n.o-tlrik.' tVcducstlay at s p. in.
Kiuanuel tiaptisl Mission. HI Fortv-fourth
street. Sunday school tv J:iiO p, u.,Mish Ni l
lie 'Alison, superintendent.
Second Hapiisl. Tenth street and Sixth ave
CU". Services at 1 1 a. ui. and s p. uu.
H edish HaptNt. corner of Tweaiy-nnt street
and Fifth ivcu. J'renetilnsr at UAh a. Hi.
ar.J :'M p m. ! Kev. K. Hosn.arK.
Ursl M"' i.odist. corr.er of Fifth avenge unC
Nineteenth street. Kev. C. O. McC'iilocb.
p.tsinr Services at lo-is a in. and 7 ''. p. m
M-.ruli.i- auticct. Word Wide Plulan
tnrotiy. ev ei intr. Hea pini;. " Sun'l.iy sirliool
nl will'. i m. Jiiiimr U'ak'iii: a; '.':3U p. in. F.p
vvorth le:it:u- ;it : p. in
Herman Methodist, corner of Sixth avenue
and Fourteenth rcm. Kev. F. I. I.ltzrodt
pastor. Services at, IO;. a. in. and 7:i!o p. rn.
Sunday scl ool at l:l " a. rn . J. J . Ut lf, suprr
lnt'ndent Kpworih League at 7. Junior
Ix-.ik ue at '2 p. m.
Atrlcau iviin.Mllst. Fourteenth street and
Fourth avenue. Kev. C II Thomas p.v.-.
Services at II a. in. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday
school ut rJ:30 d. m
Saivalloa Army Hrracki. l"r Second avc
enue, services us follows: Knee drill at 7 a.
m.. holiness rxieetiUK at 10:30 a. ni . christians'
meeting at 3p,m., solvation meeting at 7:30
F.rst Church or Chr'.st. Scientist. Twenty
third street between Seventh and Nlnti ave
nues Services at l"'!i a. m. aid 7.:i p in
Suri eel for lioih :ui-i::nir and cvumiii;. "Mor
tals'.i!id imrnorials " Sur.ilav school follows
the inornin;" service Weilaesd.iv evei.inir
niect iiir at 7::m. Keadinif rooms o;icn every
arterntion except Sunday from - to 4.
V. M. C A. I, uildinir. corner of Third avenue
and Nineteenth st-'.-el. Services t 3:i p. m
Keorar.izeil Church of Jesus Christ of Latter
Uay Siilnts. Services ui ii Third avenue at
.1 and 7 .I'l p hi Sunday school at 2 p iu.
!( ICeward. Sloo.
The rth.5t'is of this pitpcr will Ihj
jricintd to learn that there is ;it least
one dreaded disease that scieuce has
licen able to cure in all its stages, and
that is cntarrh. Hall'i Catarrh Cure
is the only positive cure known to the
medical f r.itemity. Catarrh bein;r a
constitutional di-case, requires a con
stitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is taken internally, acting di
rectly upon the blood and mucous sur
f:ices"of the system, thereby tlestroy
j tier the foundation of the disease, and
jjivino; the patient strength by hull I
inr up the oonstituticn and assisting
nature in dcinj; its work. The pro
prietors have so much faith in its
curative powers that they oiTer f 100
for any case it fails to cure. Send for
list of testimonials. Aihlresi,
K. J. Ciikney & Co., Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by dru'ists. 75 cents.
Hall's Family i'ilis are the best.
A a Important IXfferenee.
To make it apparent to thousands,
who think themselt es ill, that they
are not alV.icted with any disease, but
that the system simply needs cleans
ing, is to brin comfort home to their
hearts, as a costive condition is easily
cured by usin Syrup of Fi;;.. Manu
factured by ttie California Fir Syrup
company only, and sold by all drug-
Mrs. T. liriddleman. Tarskall ville.
Mich., was troubled with salt rheum
for 13 jears ani had tried a number
of doctors without relief. After three
applications of Rinner Salve her
hands became better, and in a short
t'tue were entirely cured. For sale
lv a!l drujxjrists.
O. beauty: what a powerful weapon
thou art. "The bravest men fall at
thy feet. No wonder women take
Iiocky Mountain Tea to prolong that
joyous sjell. Ask your druggist.
CASTOR I A
For Infant and CMldreu.
The Kind Yea Hare Always Bought
The Tulip ( rmr.
About th-j middle of tL seventeenth
century the tulip btvanie known in
Cfrmany, and a scientist named Gea
nf'r gives the first description of this
flower. First only the yellow variety
was known, and then other colors were
produced by crossing. The Dutch, par
ticulnrly tlio citizens of Haarlem, pro-
ducftl the most wondr-Bful varieties of
this flower nnd obtained enormous
prices for them.
In 134 the trade In tulips assumed a
preul!ar turn. It degenerated into a
sort of n frame of chance, ho that in
lCT.t tho nutiiorlties felt called upon to
Interfere ami to issue edicts against
extravagance in tulijw. as they former
ly Lad upuinsc trains and laces. This
Interference would seem to bo justified
if one reads that In li'rXI a single flower
of this sort. calhd the Yiceori, was
paid for with two cargoes of wheat.
four cargoes of rye. four fat o.teu
eight fat hog. 12 fat f hcep. two casks
of wine, four barrels of beer, two tons
of butter. 3rOO pounds of clet-se, a
complete bol. a suit of clothing and a
silver tankard. t
Another bulb, the Fcmpor Augustus,
was paid for with 4,(m pold jruilder.s
and a conch with a double team of
horses. In Haarlem the tulip craze
reached its height In the decade from
l.r: t' 1;10. when a prie.e of l'.txK)
pold guilders (about ?'..0CO Am.-riean
inoney) is recorded for a single bulb.
A JnLp of SviInrT Smith's.
On the occasion of a dinner Sydney
Sriiith was the guest, and when tli?
f-vcriir.' was over the host thanked
the wit lieartily for tln rntertainment
Le had affordetl. "I sdiall not forgot
von. Mr. Smith." lie cdle.I. -Tliank
you. Take care you don't forget yoiir
Bolf tomorrow (It war? Saturday; In
church." rejoined Smith, whereat the
host. Kershaw by name, rather bridled
"I hope, f ir. I !;now how to behave
myself i:i church:" "Well said Smith
good temperi illy, "if I catch you smil
ing I will call yon by name." "You
m:iy." rejoined the visitor. "The thing
Is absurd. I will give you a donation
to the York hospital If it happens."
On the ensuing morning Smith read
the prayers reverently, as he always
did, then ascended the pulpit, looked
around the chun-h and rested his eye
on the visitor whose name was Ker
shaw. That gentleman said afterward
that lie did not know what possessed
Lim. but so it was ln gave a broad
smile. Thereupon the preacher was
seized with a violent inclmalioii to
sneeze, nnd. applying his handkerchief
with suitable action, he sounded "ker
ker U-ker-shaw" three times over.
From "The Keminiscences of Half a
Century." by 11. W. Ililcy.
nrlKht'M Threat to Ills 'Wife.
Two characteristic anecdotes of
John I'.right are given in Sir Kdward
Uusscll's memoirs, which he l.as pub
lished under the title "That Keiuiuds
Iiright was supposed to be a total ab
stainer, but o:.ee when Edward Miail
was very nervous at the prospect of
having to make an Important speech in
the house. Iiright said:
-Well. Mia'.l. if I were you. I'd for
once go and have a pint of cham
pagne." Mr. Afiall did as lio was told, nnd the
result may be judged from the narra
tor's comment that "champagne on an
unaccustomed interior i.-i not always a
curative or a tonic."
Iiright "rarely had any difference
with his wife," but occasionally they
were not at one about the children.
When they came to a point of absolute
disagreement, he used to say:
"Now. I tell thee, if thou doesn't do
what I wish. I'll go straight to Mr.
(Ikidstone and ask him to make me a
kniiiht." to which the answer invari
"Oh. anything rather than that."
Lnfr Honrs In St. Petersburg.
Personally I know f no other town
where such late hours are the vogue
ns in St. Petersburg. Hut your St.
Pctorsburger does not got up early in
the morning. At St. Petersburg thj
music halls, which It Is the fashionable
thing to attend after the theater a
drive to them takiin; half an hour in a
swift sleigh do not practically begin
till 12. Through the Neva at 4 o'clock
in the morning you have to literally
push your way, and the favorite trains
for travelers are those starting about
o o'clock in the morning. These trains
save the Russian the trouble of getting
up early. 11c wishes his friends "good
night" and drives down to the station
comfortably after snpier without put
ting the house to any inconvenience.
Jerome K. Jerome in Saturday Even
No Deformity There.
Tommy (allowed to sit upl Why,
Sister Clara, Mr. Tadwell's feet are
both alike. (Embarrassment of Tom
Mr. Tadwell (coming gallantly to tho
rescue) Of course. Tommy, what did
Tommy I didn't think nothln. only
I heard Sister Clara say you're always
puttin your best foot backward and I
wanted to see which one it was. Ex
The Passion Play Town.
"Oborammergau is a quaint place.
says a traveler. "The whole town is
practically controlled by the Lang fam
ily. They are the leading spirits ia
th? production of the play. They Lave
ruoro or less cLarge of the various
taverns, inns or hotels for the accom
modation of the travelers nnd in a gen
eral way supervise everything."
A man lorn with a silver spoon in
Lis mouth may le the ffsprlnir of a
family that stole the spoons. Xew
Orleans Picayune. i
If you make a ruby Lot. it becomes'
preen, but goes back again presently
to its own color.
COURTS RULED BY SUN TIME
Jadg-es In Various States Refuse to
Accept Standard Reckoning.
If you ever expect to go to law over
a qu-Uicn la which time is involved.
Lower slightly, don't monkey with
standard time. It won't go in the
courts. To be sure, you can't catch
trains if you don't use "standard time
to do it, but you will miss the verdict
If you do. In Georgia the court of ap
Ioalsdeeided that the use cf standard
time instead of sun time in regulating
a trial was an error. In the particular
case in question the sun time was fast
er than the railroad time, anil a ver
dict was received after 12 O'clock on
Saturday night by the sun time, though
before 12 by standard time. It was
decided that sun time should have been
In Nebraska a certain summons was
returnable before a justice at 10 o'clock
a. in. The defendant failed to appear.
The justice waited until 11 o'clock
standard time, which wa,s about half
au hour faster than common time, and
then gave judgment by default. The
defendant appeared before 11 o'clock
common time, and it was held that the
judgment by default' was premature
In Iowa there was a question as
to the expiration of an insurance
policy, which by Its terms extended
until 12 ochck at noon of a certain
day. Fire broke out at altout 11:45
o'clock a. m. of that -day by common
time and rfbout two ami a half minutes
after 12 o'clock by standard time. The
court held that the insurance was stlil
hi force. It did not appear that any
statute had enacted any change- in the
ordinary rule which regards noon as
the time when the sua crosses the
meridian. There was evidence of the
customary use of standard time at
that place, but this was held liyt s!if
licicnt. The court says: "It was not
only necessary to show the customary
use of standard time, hut that by lis
tom of the place- at 12 o'clock at noon
meant at 12 o'clock standard time."
Chicago Inter Ocean.
WOMAN A BEASTOF BURDEN.
Heavy I.oftU C :irrlel tiy ItuIIana
Through Xetv YurL'N Street.
It Is no uncommon sight to see Ital
ian women walking along the streets
balancing burdens on their heads that
the average man would prefer to have
sent home oil a truck. A few days ago
one of these women passed through
City Hall park. On her head she was
carrying what appeared to be the en
tire woodwork from the interior of
some house. The bundle was made up
of eight pieces of hard wood, the short
est being fully 12 feet in Icimth. Each
piece was six inches in width and an
inch thick. The woman steadied this
burden with one hand, while in the
other she carried what one would con
sider a good load for one person In
the shape of a bundle of shorter pieces
As she turned into Center street, near
Chambers, the cud of the load of lum
ber on her head came iu contact with
the head of a man who was going in
the opposite direction. In order to
prevent hitting him too hard the wom-
in tried to turn to one side, and as she
did so her burden fell to the walk. In
vain she tried to replace it on her head.
At last two men took hold of it, one
at each end. -They found that even
their combined strength was just suffi
cient to lift it up and plate It on the
woman's head again. When the wood
was finally adjusted in a proper posi
tion the woman picked tip her smaller
bundle and started up Center street.
New York Times.
A Little Off.
"My necktie is disarranged," Sher
lock Holmes. Jr., suddenly exclaimed.
His companion looked at him and
"How do you know? You haven't
felt of it. and there is no mirror here
that you could have looked in(o. Some
times. Mr. Holmes, I am almost forced,
in spite of your declarations that you
do these wonderful things by reason
able, human processes, to believe that
you must be gifted with second sight.
Now what has convinced you that your
necktie is disarranged';"
"I noticed a man look at my tie just
now and then feel of his own," the
great detective answered. .
"Wonderful: Wonderful: Only your
tie Is all right." Chicago Times-Herald.
To Pack r.fcaa Tor Look IveepinK.
The yofk of tho egg spoils much
quicker than the white. For this rea
son it is important that the yolk should
be surrounded with a layer of tho
white. If the egg Is placed on the
side or large end the heavy yolk will
settle to the bottom and come in con
tact with "the shell, which admits the
air. If it is placed on the small end it
w ill always have a layer of w hite be
tween it and the shell. Eggs absorb
odors easily, therefore only odorless
materials should bo used when packing
them. Ladies' Home Journal.
Vnlqae In Their Aliisnment.
The highest of the Tennessee moun
tains is the Unaka range, and its high
est peak is Hattlesnake. the giant that
stands above the Cherokee Indian res
ervation over 7,000 feet. Twenty-two
Ieaks measure about C.000 feet. A re
markable fact Is that sqie of these
peaks, stauding directly opposite each
other, measure exactly the same
height, while others come within a few
feet of a common height. Chicago
A Llnceriaic Illness.
The Frodigal Mudder, I've come to
Tee Mother Ye have, have ye? An
to take about 20 years to do it In, like
your father did. Not much. Ye go into
the next county to do your dyin! Kan
sas City. Independent. -
The truth stands out with equally distinct certainty that Dr. Caldwell's Syrup PErsiN is a favbrite
remedy, and why should it not be, when it is sold under so positive a guarantee to cure
Here are a few lines sent us by one of the admirers of this great remedy,
whose name we withhold by request:
1 here's heaps of patent mzcuines
Like tablets, teas and pUIs
That's advertised like everything: 5
To core all family ills.
I've tried them nearly every one
For to care my indigestion,
But the only one that helped rnc wis
DR. CALDWELL'S SYRUP PEPSIN.
NTy daughter cooked some cabbage onct
Fur me and neighbor Lee.
We pulped it down so we could go -
To Hanson's huskin' bee.
Then, after ail the corn vas husked,
We cleaned away the rubbish
And danced like mad to win the priie
For the longest btiddy schctlischc
I never could dance gracefully
Unless 'twas some square dance
Where we could kick and bow and scrape
Ar.d nearly bust our pants,
But when there was a prise to wia
I found myself a tryin
To take the cake for my wife's sake
Who I left home sick and cry it.
I won the prise for schotttshin
The most times 'round the floor
And took the cake home to my wife
Who kept a cryin' mere.
She said she knew who baked that cake,
A neighbor she detested.
And if we ate the cake she knew
We'd all die 'fore it digested.
"But law", said I, "what need we care
For any sich a trouble,"
No matter if our stomicks aiked
Till all of us bent double,
We had the stuff I bought that day
At Ole Doc Mill's suggestion
That drove all pains or aikes away
DR. CALDWELL'S SYRUP PEPSIN.
Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is manufactured by PEPSIN SYRUP CO., Monticello, 111., U. S. A.
It is put up in three sizes, 10c, (ten doses, 10c) S0c, and $1.00, and is for sale by
The German-English Specialists
Permanently Located at 205 West Third Street, Davenport, la
'. ,. .
Devote all their time tothe treatment of Chronic Diseases and Surgery.
Their success in curing diseases that have been prouounced incurable
by others is due to the following facts:
They have spent years in college anil hospital training and special courses.
They have every scientific appliance that has been found useful in Di
agnosing and treating chronic diseases.
Their treatment combines the two greatest factors of the healing art,
known to the medical profession, ELECTRICITY and MEDICINE.
C:trrh Cun be Caretl.
Hv the mc hods and appliances usrd by the
tlerman-KuirlNh Specialists. If you have, it
ca'l nnd investi-rate their methods'. They wi 1
be p'eaved o refer you to numerous easts
riyht here in Davecport cured by them.
Diseases of the Langs.
Uronchial Catarrh. Asthma and first stacks
of Consumption cured by means of costly ap
pliances that carry the mediine direct to the
diseased p-rts. Cases formerly regarded in
curable quickly cured by these methods.
Their Hot Air treatment (now used in all
the large bosoitalsof the east) combined with
electricity gives quici and permanent eure.
Ifyoua'ea suilerer Investigate. They wil'
cladly furn'sh you names and addresses of
many prominent people cured by them in Davenport.
Cancers. Tumors of evey desciiption. de
formities, vari cose veins and ulcers, removed
without pain and without, i-hioroform or ether.
Hy rocele permanent! v cueii in t- ree da s.
Stricture, piles ar.d varicocele permanently
cured by the electro-chemical process used
only by the t;erman-F.nlish doct-rs.
llseases of the Kyes.
Hl;nflnes. Dimness of Vision, Granul:ited or
Inflamed eye liis. cataract, etc.. cured by the
absorption method. No detention frum busi
ness. Diseases of the Nervous System. Chronic
a"d private diseases of men and women. Con
sultation free and absolutely confidential.
Hours U t 1- a. iu., 1 to 4 and 7 to 8 p. m
S:inl ivs S to li J m.
THE TRAVELERS' (JUIDE.
j,.-fgTr.Jiii fJHlCAQO, ROCK ISLAND A.
l'acitic Rullway Tlcliets
can be purchased or baKae
ah ec' cd at IM.ft 1. Twentieth
street depot, or C, K. 1. & V.
depot, corner Fifth avenue and
rh'rty-Urst street. Kranlt H l'lumrner. Agent
IRJIIHS. KAT. WSiT.
Denver Limited JtDmaha... t :i:10 am 3:00 aio
ft. Worth. Denver &K.C. t 5:0ft am t!0: pre
Jtnneapolis t am 9 0"i prn
D-.nahn and rcs Moines K:(K) am tllrio ptr.
'Omaha A Minneapolis !S:ift am 3:t)0 am
Omaha & Lincoln El 7:f5 am tll:10 pro
Denver, Lincoln & Omaha. ll::ft pn. ::; am
eonver, Lincoln A. Omaha..! .: r um .'l:0h am
Des Moines Kxpress Ijl2:10 m t tW.! am
Rock Island & liureau Ac!i i:: pru 0:) pin
31. 1'aui Minneapolis ' 3. no am t H:(i pin
Denver. Ft. Worth fc K C.' f: am tlOMO prn
Kansas City. St Joe &Dnvril 1:10 rm t fr.Ml am
jllook I.-iaud Ji. Vasbin(tonjl!:f'l prn t 3:!0 pm
Chicago Sc Des Moines. -.1 IMS pm t '' pn
Rock Island illrookiyn Ac' 5:35 pm t 7:10 am
(Omaha & Rock Island... .i 0:36 pm
Chicago, & Davenport I t 7:00 pm
Arrival. tDeparture. JDaily, except Sun
tDally except Saturday. All others dally. Tel
TiURLINGTON ROTJTE O.,
-"B. & Q, RAILWAY Depot
First avenue and Sixteenth
M. J. YOUNG,
Si L. SpriCKl'.eki. I'eorla.l
Bur. QulD. via Monmouth 6:55 am 7:15 pm
Oblcago, Sterllng.Clluton&l I
Dubuijue it 7:45 ftm.t 80 pm
Peoria, Ueardstown. Hur
linpton, Denver and west t 2:40 pm
3t. l'aul & Minneapolis 7:N1 pm
Sterling, Clinton & Dubuque
3t. L., Kans C, Denver &
I'ao. coast via Oalesburg.
t 8:40 am
Dally. tDally except bund ay.
"TOO CA.-r HARDLY MISS IT IF YOU CO Vl THE QUCCN CRCSCCKT ROUTE."
Hack lilljst, heavy steel, modern locomotivrs, Vod-:
signal:; anJ electric hea'diihts, vestituled trains, fjvt lime,
convenient schedules Observation, Cafe and Parlor Cars,
Drawinroom Sleeper?, Free Rccl:r.in Chair.-, ;:nd Palace
Day Coaches you o.t ali these ulu-n you travel via the
Queen c Crescent Koute.
Tlirouh da iy rv:
from Ciniinnn'i to
viilc, New OrK-ans, J..t'.M-1-.vi'ie, it. Ai::-u .-
i llAVANA I u"a Jr'ri":i anJ Mi-,:, i-
I j Write to V. A. RecUer, K. P. A., 1 1 3 A.l.ims t.
Ci'.icjgo, f r fft-tf bo-iks, m.ips ana inlormati":
IJ W. J. MURPHY. Gi(St. MANacra. W C. R'NEAHSON, c.. pai
w . J&i. 'if .ij TG
yea. aunt, x i
1,. "It has justly won its laurels." Soups,
Fish, Game, Hot and Cold Meats, etc., are
given a most delicious flavor by using
1' VvL """' '-'
This tjr.Mtj-e i& oa every bottle
THE ORIGINAL WORCESTERSHIRE CtJOxfrij
1 X:&KE WA ILE OF IMITATIONS. , JOHN' IiCNCAK'S SONS. Aeenta, New Torlt.
T)AVENPORT, ROCK ISL
and & Northwestern rail
way (-The Trl City Knite.")
Passenger station at Hock
Island & Peoria depot foot of
Twentieth street. L. F. Ber
ry, O. I. A., Davenport,
Iowa. City ticket office, ixi
Second Avenue. Geo. W.
I LEA VI I AKBIVB
Clinton, Sterling. Chicago.
Clinton. Chicago. Omaha,
Denver. Rockford, Janes-1
TiUe, Madison (leave Dav
enport, Clinton, Chicago, Dixon,
Sterling (ar. Davenport).
Clinton, Omaha, Sioux City,
Utah and Pacific Coast..
Clinton, Sterling, Dixon,
Chicago, Cedar Rapids,
Clinton. Chicago, Janes-,
vliie, Madison, Rockford.
Clinton, Denver, Omaha,
8:00 ami 7:00 pm
Trains marked dally. All others daily ex
Tf OCK ISLAND & PEORIA
"Railway Depot Firm ave
nue k.nd Twentieth street. M.
A. Patterson, Oeneral Pawen
ger Agent. Passenger trains
leave C, R I A P. (Mo
line avenuo) depot five (5)
tninutes earlier thao time
given. K. L. Uoff, Agent.
GHAS. E. HODGSON . .
FSre Insurance Agency,
American ins. Co., - Newark, N. J.
Traders Ins. Co.. - - Chicago, 111.
Union Ins. Co. - Philadelphia, Pa.
Iiockfoid Ins. Co. - - Kookford, 111
Security Ins, Co. - New Haven, Conn.
Ins. Co. State of 111., - Bockford, 111.
Omce. Room 3. Buford block. Rates
as low as consistent with security.
J. AU Buford,
The old Fire and
Losses Promptly Paid.
-Bates as low as any
oan aSord. Your
GEO. WAGNER, Jr.
Represents the folio win well
known Fire and Accident Insur
Rochester German las Co.
rjerman " .
Buff aio Germ aa " .
'Jermsn Fire .
New Hampshire " .
Milwaukee Meohanlea " .
fulcllty ana Casualty
.... Root ester, N Y
, HuOalo, N Y
..Msnobester, N H
.... .... ..New Yor
Offloe corner RIgbteenth street
Second avenue, aeoond Uoor
Sprgheld, Cincinnati, Peo-
Peoiia, Sprtc.gt!eld, St. L
feorla, i-pnngCeld, Cincin
nati Cable Accommodation.....
Cabl Sberrard Accom..
Cable & Sberrard Accom. .
U anie s r,nerrarq acc in
I IBAVS tKUIVI
Trains marked 1
" T r Mil.! C . AS IU
7,10 pm! 7 S5 am
dally; all otoer trains daily
NOBBY SPRING SUITING.
All the very latest novelties in epriacr suiting will be
fonnd now, on display at Gas Englin's. Spring suits
$18, J0, 22 and 2o and upward. Call and ets-uine
GUS EN G LIN, ISO 9ecoBd Ave
ST. PAUL railway Ra
cine a. bouto western Division
Depot Twentlerh street,
between First and Second
venues. W. W. BreeMLn
ndge, Aget t.
I i.n v a. aumi vs
Mailacd Kxpreas i 7:30 am; ll:ao am
St. Paul Express. ! 4:' pm Xi pm
freight ana aecom t.&i pirn i i
AU trains dally except Sunday.
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R,V-li' .- - r -1 Sever FmA n alitor Ormy ?
I?-.''.' -4 H:r to it. Vo-itnf ji Cl..r. ,
XyTjj S? r ,-Mi"'il-'nfm, - .
THOSE PRETTY LITTLE
MINIATURE PHOTOS 1
At JDBT TUI THINQ.
We make them fifing yon
twelve different posltlona In
the dozen. Better one with
eight, six, four, three and two
different positions In the dpt
n. All regularlly mounted
la the latest nnlan at
C. E, SMITH,
Op posit. Harper House, Second in
John VoIR Co.,
8ul!ders : : :
ALSO MAKDKACTCKti OF
8ash, Doors, Blinds and Mouldings;
Veneered and Hard Wood Floor
ing of All Kinds.
Single and Double Strength Window
Ulais, Polished Plate, Beveled
Hate and Art Glass.
311-329 EIGHTEENTH STREET.