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THE ATaGrTJS. jnUHAY MAY LM. 1901.'
Eczema. Tetter, Psoriasis, Salt Rheum, Acxe and a great rnany other
diseases of like character are classed as eVin diseases, when they could just as
properly be called blood diseases, for they undoubtedly originate in the blood, like
Cancer, Catarrh, Scrofula, Rheumatism, Contagions Blood I'oison, etc. ; the only
real difference being in the intensity and nature of the poison. The more r?u
diseases. Cancer, Catarrh, etc., are caused by some specific poison or virus, which
is either inherited or in other ways gets into the blood and attacks certain vital
organs or appears in the form of terrible sores and ulcers, while the milder ana
less dangerous skin diseases are caused by blood humors or an over acid condition
of that fluid. These acid poisons, as they ooze out through the pores of the skin,
cause great irritation, with intense itching and burning. The eruption may be of
a pustular kind, with excessive discharge of thick, gummy fluid, or the skin may
be hot, dry and feverish, swollen and fissured. Skin diseases, whether they appear
' I can cheerfully and moat sincerely endorse
7 'Our specific as a cure for Eczema, the moat
rritatinir and annoying? disease, I thick, that
flesh is heir to. I was troubled with it for
twenty-fire ' years, and tried many remedies
with no s-ood effect. After usintr your medicine
a short time I think I am entirely relieved.
You can cive this statement any publicity you
may deeire, as it is voluntarily made, more for
those afflicted than notoriety for myself.
313 West Central. Wichita, Kans.
become more deeply rooted
and intractable the longer
neglected, the skin in time
having a thick, hard, rough
and unsightly appearance.
You can bide the blemishes
for a time with cosmetics;
and washes, lotions, soaps
and powders may relieve
temporarily the itching and
burning, but eventually me
Tjorcs of the skin become so
clogged up by this treatment that the poisonous matter thrown off by the blood
cannot pass out of the system, and settles on the longs, heart or some other vital
organ and endangers life.
To purify and build up the polluted blood is the right treatment for skm
diseases, and for this purpose no other medicine is so deservedly popular as S. S. S.
It is a perfect antidote for all blood humors, and when taken into the circulation,
gently but thoroughly eliminates all impurities and puts the blood in a healthy,
normal state. The skin can't remain in an irritated, diseased condition when
nourished with rich, new blood. S. S. S. is the only guaranteed purely vegetable
remedy, and the safest and best skin beautifier. Write our physicians if you have
any blood or akin disease, and they will cheerfully advise you without charge,
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY, ATLANTA. OA.
Merc bottles of
St Louis AB. C Bohemian, "King of all bottled
beers," are exported to foreign countries than of any
other beer. The reason is plaini Its matchless hep
flavor, pore tonic properties and perfect keeping
qualities. The best family beer in every clime.
A. 1). HUKSIXO, Ilock ManJ, Uliru N.
Oar daintr hnnk rf menus "Some Gorman Pnprr,, trr on
reMuexl. Tae Antrlcaa Brewing .., Mi. Loali, M.
Bottled at the Brewery Only. Never sold in Bulk."
WE CURE WHEN OTHERS FAIL
Our nestrts Machine for
the treatment of Nervosa
and X-Ky work.
Nervous and Private
of Both Sexes.
DR. 3. K. WALSH,
Formerly of Chicago,
Surgeon-ln-Cblef of at. 1
Anthony's hospital. I
HERVOUS DEBILITY, Exhaustive drains, Sleep.essness. Threatened Ina- -Ity.
Weak Memory, Mental Delualona, or any other condition due to nervoua exaeoatlo
CATARRH. Dyspepsia. Asthma, Rheumatism, Scrofula, Blood. Kidney, Live
and Skin Diseases oan be quickly and permanently eared by oar advanced system of mad
VARICOCELE la the moat active cause of Nervous Debility. Why trea
months with other when we guarantee yoa a permanent sore la aevea day by our alnle
metboda Hydrocele cured In three days no pain.
WOMilN" suffering from diseases peculiar to their aex ahould consult us. W
hare eared many cases given np aa hopeleaa, and we may be able to cure yon. Borglas
operations performed at your home If denlred. Abdominal and brain surgery a apeolalty.
THE QUESTION OF YOUR HEALTH is ' vital one therefore you canno
afford to place yoar eaae In the hands of thoee who hare had little or no practical expe
lenee in the treatment of chronic dlaeaaea
DB- WALSH'S large private practice and extensive experience aa surgeon-ln
ehlef of St. Anthony's Hospital together with the fact that be hae eared hundreds whi
were pronotinceU Incurable by others during tne five years he haa been located in Daver
port, prove eoneloalyely that he la the phtslclan you ahould consult if yoa want to g
Best of reference and credentl)
Only Curable Cases Taken. 2SZiS$t
Hoars, to 1 1 a. sa 1 Is B 4 TtaS ask Banday 11:80 to 1:1 p. sa. -
Office 124 West Third Street M'Cullongh Building. Davenport, Ia,
YOU CAN'T REPAIR A PNEUMATIC TIRE FROM THE OUTSIDE
YOU CAN TRY-THEN HIRE AN EXPERT
TO FINISH THE JOB
Don't waste your time and money but luj a pair of ths
THE GOODYEAR TIRE & RUBBER CO.
You can fix them yourself and save their cost In repair bills In a year. The;
fit your rims Just as they are and without any cement. And they ride so dit
f erent from others, like a feather bed compared to a board floor.
SOLD LOCALLY BT P. S. WILCKER, K. A. SMTTHE AND
O. S. SMITH.
SPRING WALL PAPER.
We are now prepared to show our customers all the lat-
eat designs In Wall Taper, all New Stock. Give us a '
call . 1
. PARIDON & SON. 1 v ;
413 Seventeenth street. Telephone 4753.
OR. SALA DEFEATS
DR. LASKER AT CHESS.
Dr. Emanuel Lasker, champion
chesa player of the , world, was de
feated in a game at Turner hall, Dav
enport, last night by Dr. E. M. Sala,
of Rock Island. Dr. Lasker played
on 2$ boards simultaneously, but con
sidering the fact that it ia juat aa easy
for him to contest with a dozen play
ers aa it la with one, Dr. Sala's feat
ia one that has been accomplished by
few people on either continent. Dr.
Lasker having held the world's cham
pionship for 13 years. The score of
the game follows:
1 PK4 1K 4
2 Kt K B :l Kt 2 B 3
3B2B4 Kt K B 3
4 1 2 4 1 2 4
6 K P X I' K Kt X P
ii P X P B K 3
7 Castles P K 11 3
8 B 2 Kt 5 B 2 B 4
9 Kt 2 4 B X Kt
10 2 X B 2 2 2
11 2 K II 4 P 2 R 3
12 B X Kt 2 X B
13 P 2 B 4 Kt K 2
14 P 2 Kt 3 Kt li 4
15 2B4 P K Kt 4
16 2 2 2 R 2 s(
17 2Kt2 Kt R 5
18 P B 3 R 2 G
19 Kt 2 2 P Kt 5
20 Kt K 4 J'XP
21 Kt B 6 ch K 2 M
22 P Kt 3 P B 7 ?h
23 R X P
Black announces mate in four, and
discovers afterward it can be accom
plished in three, but carries it out aa
originally intended, which is aa fol
23 R 2 8 ch
24 R B so 2 R 8 ch
25 K H 2 2 X R ch
26 K K 3 2 B 6 mate
Shaddara at Ilia Fast.
"I recall now with horror," says
Mail Carrier Barnett Mann, of Levan
na, O . "my three rears of suffering
from kidney trouble. I was hardly
ever free from dull aches or acute
pains in my back. To stoop or lift
mall sacks made me groan. I felt
tired, worn out, about ready to give
up, when I began to use Electric Bit.
ters, but six bottles completely cured
me and made me feel like a new man.'1
They're unrivaled to regulate stom
ach, liver, kidneys and bowels. Per
fect satisfaction guaranteed by Ilartz
& Ullmeyer. Only 50 cents.
"Our little girl was unconscious
from ati angulation during a sodden
and terrible attack of croup. I quickly
secured a bottle of One Minute Cough
Cure, giving her three doses. Tne
croup was mastered and our little
darling speedily recovered," so writes
A. L. SpafTord. Chester, Mich. B. II.
Bleber and Ilartz & Ullemejer.
Motto of Publication Chaaeery
State of Illinois. I
Rock Island County, I
In tho circuit court of Raid county to the
September term. A. D. IHOI.
Tne Hoc It IxUud Mutual liuilding Loan and
Savinir association -vs. Kosett fcuey. eimuel
M. Ebey. Laura M. Wilson. Anna Sheeley,
Uannh C. Oswa'd. and William C. Oswald.
. Rldavlt f non-residence of IJannahC. Os
wald and William C. Oswald Impleaded with
tne above defendant Kosetta t oey. Samuel
M. JLbey, Lrftura K. Wilson and Anna Sbeelcy.
navlnc been tiled In tbe clerk oBlce of tlie
c rcuit court of the aald county, notice is
ibnefore hereby given to tbe said non-renld-
ent defendants that ttbe complainant
tiled it bill of complaint In said court, on tbe
cbanocry side thereof, on tbe :M day of
April, A. D. ana that thereupon a sum
mons Issued out of said court herein said
suit Is now pending, returnable on tbe first
Monday in the month of Hay next, aa Is by law
Now unless you. th said non-resident defen
dants above named, Hanna C. Oswald and Wil
liam C. Oswald, shall personally be and
apnear before tbe said circuit court on tbe
(list dv of tbe next tern thereof to be bolden
at Kock Island In and for said county on tbe
third Monday in September next, and plesd,
answer or detcnr to the said complainant's
bill of compltlnt. tbe same and tbe
matters and thing therein cnanred and
stated will oe taken as confessed.
and a decree entered against you according
to tbe praver of said bill.
citoKGE vv. gam bTjC Circuit Clerk.
Rosk Island. 111.. May U. Iwl.
K. H. Gdtih, Complainant's Solicitor.
Qood housekeepers rely upon
for the Laundry Olves finest Flnlsb
to all delicate Fabrics.
Digests what you eat.
It artificially digests tL-.food and aids
Nature la strengthening and recon
Btructing the exhausted digestive or
gam It lathe latest discovered digest
ant and tonic No other preparation
can approach It In efflcieccy. It in
stant'y Relieves and permanently cures
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea.
Sick Headache, Gastralgia,Crampsand
alrotber results of Imperfect digestion.
Price 50a and SI. Larseslie contains m tlmos
mail six. Book all about d y spepaia malledtree
Proper by E. COeWITT A CO, Cblcos
- B. II. Bieber. Ilartz & Ullemejer.
THE SUICIDE OF BRE8CI.
King Victor Says It Was Probably the Best
Itonie, May Oaetano Brewl. the
assassin of "the late King Ilumbort.
has comniitted suicide at the peniten
tiary of Santo Stefano. lie managed
t mako a rope of hi bed clothing,
mill when found was dead with hid
feot ou the tloor.
When King Vi-tor Knunanuet heard
the news he remained pensive for a
few moments, uud then said: "It Is.
perhaps, the best thins that cuuld have
hapiH-ued. to the unhappy man."
Notice to Contractors.
Sealed proposals for the erection of
a high school building will be received
by the undersigned. Plans and speci
fications can be obtained from Archi
tect F. Borgolte, room 41, Mitchell
& Lynde building. All bids mnst be
in the hands of the secretary by 5
o'clock p. m., June 4, 1901, and ac
companied with a check for 2 percent
of the amount of the bid, to be for
feited by the successful bidder should
he fail to execute the contract within
a week alter same is awarded. The
board reserves the right to reject any
and all bids.
Board ok Fiucation.
K. S. Dart, Secretary.
Old Soldier Ksperleoe.
M. M. Austin, a civil war veteran,
of Winchester, Ind., writes: "My wife
was sick a long time in spite of good
doctor's treatment, but was wholly
cured by Dr. King's New Life Pills,
which worked wonders for her
health." They always do. Try
them. Only 25 cents at Ilartz A
Ullemeyer's drug store.
hlcsgo Grata and Produce.
Chloaso. May 23.
I'ollowinc; were th-e quotations on the
;.! rd of Trail today:
'.. hat Oj-!n. High
.May $ .T4'i $ .74
July lSls .74
May i'iV.-ri. S.22'i
September .. 8.10
July S 00
SepUmbtT .. 7.97i
I'-v 14 "--'a
lSflSic per ID: extra dairy, lte: paok
inp Ftot k. lie. EgK? Fresh stoc k, mio
per doz. Pnultrv t'hickns. springs and
hens. 9Si9Hr: duck. SWSStf: turkeys.
6fif7'io: Ree. $5.ei(u6.50 rr doz. Ap
;iles Common to choire. J1.50ri4.25 per
bbl. Potatoes Hurbanks. 40t4oi': peer
less. 3Sir40c; ilebron, 3.ii40c: mixed. 31
i36c: n?e. 39W41c. Sweet Potatoes
ltlinois, Sl.T.'iircrC.OO per bbl.
Chicago LI va Stock.
IIorts Eftlma,ted receipts for the day.
C1.000: sales ranged at J4."0'?5.60 for
pig. $5.;0(iir.8Jii for linht. J5.60(U5.70 for
lough iwtoklng. J5.6nUt5.87V3 ftr mixed,
and $5.75f5.92l4 for h?avy packing and
ehippirvir lots, with tch bulk of the iialea
Cattle Estimated receipts for tho
day. 9.0C0; quotations ranged St 5.65(fi
6.00 choke to extra mer. $5.20O65
good to choice do., t."5& 5.20 fair to
good do.. $4.20i&4.75 common, to medium
do.. $1.90ra4.o0 butcheTS" etwrs. $4.80to
5.65 fed western at-eer. J2.70Ji4.90 stock
era and Teedera. J1.73W4.50 cows, J2.60
4.90 h1fer. J2.50ftt4.M) bulls and oxen.
J3.75Si4.50 stags. J4.00(35.20 Texas rteets,
and $3. 505.65 veal carves.
Shep and Lamtw-Estimated receipts
for the day. 14.000: quotation ranged
at J75!T4.80 westerns. Jilt34.80 na
tives, J4.505.83 weMern lambs, and J4.60
'5.85 native lambs.
Eatt rtafTalo Live Stork. '
Kast Buffalo. N. T.. May 23.
Dunning: & Steven. LJve Stock Com
mission Merchants. Baft Buffalo. N. Y.,
quote aa follows: Cattle Light supply;
market firm to rtronver; vea'.s. J5.250
5.75. Hog rtecelpts. 22 carp; market
steady to firm; Yorkers. J6.00; light,
J5.904j5.95; mixed, J6.05; mediurns and
heavy, J6.05'&6.10; pigs, J5.75ra:5.80. Stveep
and Lambs Receipt. 36 cars; market
stronger; top lambs. J5.0!fi5.65; on
toad fancy finished 65-lhs, Ja.70; othm,
J3.25(?i:5.50: sheep steady: J2.5O4.50;
wethers and yea-rlingrs, J4.50!i'l.70.
SU Voala Grain.
St. Louis, May 23.
"Wheat Steady; No. 2 red cah eleva
tor, 7JTic: track, 74'754c: May,
July, eaSeic; September, 68,c; No.
2 haTd,' 7U'4c. Corn Lower; No. 2 cash,
42Vic; track. 42ViSt42V4; May. 2'c;
July, 42'4c; Septerober. 424c Oatu
Lower; No. 2 cash. 29Vic: track. 293
304c: May. 29Vc; July. 27Mtc; Septem
ber. 2rc; No. 2 white. Sic. Rye Bet
. , Mtlwankaa Grain.
Milwaukee. May 2S
Wrcflt Steady: No. 1 northerrv, rtVi
e76c; No. 2 northern. 7374e: July. 73
73,c. Rye Lower; No. 1. 54ViS 54c.
Barley Quiet; No. 2. B7c; sample. 40
64c. Oats Lower; No. 2 white, 30
Hay Timothy, I120II4; prairie, SQU.
Coal 13 aer too. .
Butter Choice to fair, 18o; fresh creamery,
Hens So per pound.
Spring CbiOKena sa.50 per dozen.
CattiA Butchers pay for corn fed steers
SttcQ4tfc; flows and belter, 8Hcaic; calve
Spring' Lambs J2.60ttl4 besd.
The Daily Shi
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Holden were In
the waiting room at the depot.
. "Mornin, Mis' Robinson," said Mr.
Holden, taking off his hat to the Judge's
wife, who had just entered the wait
ing room, bringing with her a welcome
breath of fresh air. She was going to
the city for a day's shopping.
"Good morning." she said briskly,
shaking hands with both husband and
wife, grasping Mrs. Holden's limp fin
gers in a way that brought the color to
her cheeks. "I've brought you a few
flowers, Mrs. Holden. I hope they
won't be In your way, with all the
things you have to carry. But 1 knew
how foud you were of them."
She laid a goodly bunch of hothouse
carnations In the other's lap.
Mrs. Ilolden expressed her thanks a
trifle stiffly, but her husband cried in
the heartiest tones:
"Now, that's what I call kind! But
Mis' Robinson alius was a great hand
to think of her neighbors. Oh, we 6hall
miss you very, rery much!"
Mrs. Ilolden smiled perfunctorily.
"But I hope you'll change your mind
before long and come back."
"Oh, no, no!" cried the little woman,
with a perceptible shudder. "We shan't
never come back, Dan'l and me least
wise without we should decide to come
back to be burled."
"Oh, I can't have you talk that way,
you know!" cried the persistently
cheerful Mrs. Robinson. "Of course
you feel blue this morning. Oh. here's
the train! You must let us hear from
you, you know. Goodby. Good luck to
you both!" And Mrs. Robinson was
Sho Joined a young girl whom she
had left In order to speak with the
Holdens, aud the two In a leisurely
fashion got aboard the solitary parlor
"My dear," said Mrs. Robinson re
flectively as she settled herself in her
chair, "that Is a rural tragedy."
"What do you meanV"
. "I mean what I say. I did all I
could. I talked and talked, but no one
would listen to me."
"But what did their neighbors do to
"What did they not do? You have
heard a bit about our last year's minis
ter, I expect. He was an experiment
and a strikingly unsuccessful one. The
younger members of the congregation
insisted ou having some one progres
sive and up to date. They mistook Mr.
Slddon's loud dress, loud manners and
louder sermons for the thing they were
in search of. They found out their er
ror, I am happy to say, aud the Siddon
tribe have sought more congenial hunt
"When the Slddons first came, they
were received by Elder Ilolden, and
the six little Siddons overran his neat
establishment and trampled down the
flowerbed unrebuked for a matter of
three or four weeks. When they were
settled at last in the parsonage, dally
Intercourse was still kept up. Mrs.
Siddon was disposed to be very friend
ly toward Mrs. Ilolden, who could hard
ly be expected to make fine -distinctions.
A minister's wife was a minis
ter's wife to her, to be reverenced as
such. The poor soul was obviously
flattered by the notice taken of her.
"Before long the good people began
to observe that Mrs. Siddon was
Ktrangely, uncannily familiar with the
skeletons in their several closets old,
old skeletons that had been buried 20,
SO, 40 years. She knew all about tho
poor girl who went wrong and broke
her father's and mother's hearts 33
years ago, and the marital unfaithful
ness that was bushed up and forgiven
a quarter of a century back, and the
dishonesty of a trusted public servant
who was 'let off easy and has sat for
ten years by his grandson's h?arth, a
helpless paralytic. How did she learn
these things? There must be a traitor
In the camp, a scandalmonger In the
congregation. Teople were very lndig
nnnt and asked themselves who It
could be. Suspicion fell on poor Mrs.
Holden. There was no real evidence
against her. It was merely their firm
opinion that it must be she. No one else
was so intimate with the minister's
wife, and no one else had so few
friends to take her part when accused.
"They called her up before the eld
ersthat sensitive, shrinking little wo
man! She felt the disgrace of it as you
or I would feel the sting of the lash.
Her voice was so choked with tears
that they could hardly understand
what she said. They thought she was
shllly shallylng. They believed her
guilty. They had no other scapegoat.
So they passed a vote of censure on
their erring sister. .
"The poor little soul was utterly
crushed. She drooped and grew pale
and shut herself up and avoided peo
ple's eyes. Her husband resigned his
eldership and hotered helplessly over
her. Nobody went near them or bad
anything to do with them. People
thought the way Amanda Holden was
acting was a mean spirited acknowl
edgment of guilt.
"At last her husband saw it was
breaking her heart and decided to take
her away. They are going out west.
Imagine those two doves out west!
Am I wrong to call It a tragedy?
"I am glad you brought her those
carnations." Harper's Bazar.
it Savad Uli Lag.
P. A. Danforth, of LaG range, Ga.,
suffered for eix months with a fright
ful running sore on his leg; but writes
that Bucklen's Arnica Salve wholly
cured it in five dajs. For ulcers,
wounds, piles, it is the best salve in
the worla. Cure guaranteed. Only
25 cents. Sold by ilartz & Ullemejer.
This season offers irresistable, at
traction in all lines of Footwear,
especially at $2 50. The price
Is the converse of the quality;
the latter high, the former low.
Some one has said that well
kept shoes are a sign of refine
ment. Our shoes, good to start
with, easily and long keep
their shape and indicate elegance
1705 Second Avenue.
George F. Schmale, Prop.
Dlfterent and Desirable.
- The furniture manufacturers are al
ways striving to produce something
different, and we are always anxious
to show the most unique shapes and
the most perfectly finished pieces.
Here are some highly polished natural
wood odds and ends which will prove
a pleasure in your home snd don't
cost much, either.
1702 and 1704 Third Ave.
The Wrong Mr. Wright
Will not be found but instead the right one
if you go to WRIGHT'S SHOE STORE
FOR SHOES. Odds and ends on our
bargain counter are trade winners. Come
and see them, ladies, Misses and chil
dren. Wrights Shoe Store,
1702 Second Avenue.
Chicago Dental Company
Will for the next thirty days
make a geat reduction in prices
. on all work such as plates, clean-
ing and filling teeth; gold and por
celain crowns and bridgework.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
Silver Fillings 50c
Gold Plating, Alloy Fillings . . . 75c
Gold Fillings, f 1 and up $1.00
Gold Crowns (22k) 4 up 4.00
Set of Teeth 5.00
We are the only Dentists in the
state making Dr. De Band's Thin
Elastic Rubber Plates. They
' are as thin as pressed paper and
do not take up the room in the
mouth that the old heavy plates
do. If you desire artificial teeth,
don't fail to secure one of these
plates made by us only.
Examination and consultation free Re
member the address, 1607 Second a venae,
over Speldel's Drug store. Rock Island, XX
THE ENTIRE STOCK OF
bought especially for this
summer's trade is to be sac
rificed and with it the finest
line of children's hats and
bonnets ever sold in the
three cities. Commencing
this morning and continuing
until July 4 this sale will be
a notable one. Her design
ers stand highest with dis
criminating ladies. All ideas
of profit will be cast aside and
will give customers the ben- ;
efit. Everything in the store
goes. The finest. The best.
You pay to cant a
forCigara not so good aa
THE TRAVELERS GUIDE.
rjHlOAGO, KOOK ISLAND
Paoiflo Railway Tloketa
ean be purchased or baggage
checked at K. L & P. Twentieth
atreet depot, or C, B. L A P.
depot, corner Flf tn avenue and
rblrty-tirat street. Fraak H. Plummer, Agent.
Denver Limited & Omaha.
Pi. Worth, Denver &K.O..
3maha and Des Moines....
(Omaha & Mlnaeapolia....
tftnaha A Lincoln Ex
Des Molnea A Omaha
Denver. Lincoln & Omaha.
Dsa Molne Express
it. Paul & Minneapolis.....
Denver, Ft. Worth & K. C.
tKanaas City, St Joe &Dnvr
Mcoea island & Washington
nieago l)ea Molnea
Book Iaiand & Brooklyn Ac
njmana kock island.
fcChlcago, & Davenport.
t 8:10 am
t 6:06 ami
t 6:60 am
t 8:00 ami
11. -65 pm
t a:ua am
t 6:52 am
t 9:15 pm
t 6:30 am
t 8:35 pm
t 2:15 pm $ 3:23 pm
&: pm; v-o am
0 4J pm 1 10:35 am
I J 7:00 pm
Arrival, t Departure. JDally, except Sun
IDally except Saturday. Ail others daily. Ta
"RTJRLINQTON ROUTE O.,
-"B. Q. RAILWAY Depot
Second Avenue and Twen
M. J. YOUNG,
I Springfield. Peoria
Qulncy via Galesburg
Chicago via Mendota and
Peoria, Beardatown, Bur
Kngtos, Denver and
St. L., Kas. City, Denver
and Pacinc Coast via
Sterling and points inter
East Mollne. Suburban
St. L., Denver and west..
Clinton and Dubuque
Davenport and Clinton.
Clinton, Dubuque, La
Crosre. St Paul. Minn.!
& West and N. W. .
I Latva. ABBIV.
1 10:02 pm
t2:40 pm tl2:ll pm
Telephone 1 180.
Oatly. tDaily except Supd ay.
CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE A
CBC4j- ST. PAUL railway D.,
WAUKEE passenger ata-
buaae aDd points north run
via Illinois side of river. Trains for Preeport
and Milwaukee will run via Davenport, Clin
toa and Savanna
All trains will connect at Savanna for points
eaat and west.
TBAIWa. ( LBAVB. jgltlTl.
Dubuque and St. Paul I
Passenger 7:25 am, 11:40 am
Accommodation 10:15 am 11:15 am
Dubuque and St. Paul
Passenger 4:00 pm 9:15 pm
Milwaukee Express 7:00 am 9:15 pm
Freeport Express. 4:20 pm 11:40 am
All trains daily except Sunday.
"ROOK ISLAND PEORIA
"Railway Depot First ave
nue and Twentieth atreet. M.
A. Patterson, General Paaaen
gar Agent. Passenger tralne
leave C, K. L & P. (Mo
lina avenue) depot five (5)
minutes earlier than time
given. E. L. Golf, Agent.
Bpr'gneid, Cincinnati, Peo
P aorta, Springfield, St. L
Peoria, Springfield, Cincin
Cable A Sherrard Accom.
Cable A Sherrard Accom.
Trains marked dally; all other trains dally
The Expert Hat Renovator.
319 Brady street, Davenport.