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....TITE ARGUS, SA.TTIOAY. JUXY 13, 1 90..,
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where there can be no loss. Investors who desire to build cottages,
or workmen desiring to purchase homes at East Moline can secure
interesting information by addressing us. Write us for price and
terms on business and residence lots in East Moline.
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I also Cure to stay Cured Nervou3 Debility, Private Diseases of any Na
ture, Stricture, Hydrocele, Rupture, Acquired Blood Poison. Kidney and
Urinary Diseases, etc., and all rellex complications and associated diseases
and weaknesses of men and also all female diseases. To these maladies
alone I have earnestly devoted the best years of my life. I make no charge
for private counsel, and give to each patient a Legal Contract to hold for my
promises. Is it not worth your while to investigate a cure that has made
life anew to multitudes ot men?
CORRESPONDENCE Many cases can be treated successfully at home
If it is impossible or inconvenient for you to call at my office, write a full
and unreserved history of your case, plainly stating your symptoms, and
you will receive in a plain envelope a scientitic and honest opinion of your
case free of charge. Consultation free. Address
DR. J. ALV1N HORNE
Rock Island, 111., Mitchell & Lynde
9 to 12, z to d and to p. m. sunaay
ROCKY MOUNTAIN LIMITED
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ADDRESS, TICKET AGENT. ROCK ISLAND, OR
S. F. BOYD, general agent f'asscncen department, Davenport, Ia.
Recent Shipment of
At Summer Prices at
PARIDON & SON.
419 Seventeen, street. Telephone 4753.
I cure Varicocele without cutting
thus avoiding the horrors of surgery.
My original and pt) feet id treatn ent
for Varicocele cures by restoring to
the diseased and weakened veins.
not by destroying them with the
knife or other destructive methods.
Those who are suffering with Vari
coccle, Stricture, Rupture, etc., do
oot want to be maimed or their parts
mutilated by surgery. My treatment
cures these troubles without surgery.
thus preserving the life of important
Building, Rooms 49 to 55. Hours
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PULPIT AND PEW.
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There will be service as follows i
the churches of Rock Inland tomor
Tint Baptist, eorner of Third irccue nd
rinceDiniireei, Kev. ueorire 15. Mmoas. pu
tor. Serricea mt 10:15 a. m. Preaching by
Her. O. C. Kaobel of Ctil-lren s Home and
Aid society. Sunday school' at 8:30
m., S. J. Woodm. supertnteDdect. H. Y. 1'.
U- at 6:30 n. m. Junior union 2:30 p. in-
Free Swed'sh mission, corner of fcieventb
street and Filth avenue, bunday school at
p. m. m;er meeting wedne-Mlay at p. m
uaiouel Hantlat Mission. 447 FortT-fo irt
street. Sunday school at iJ:S0 p. m., Uss Nel
lie W Uiton. sunerintendent.
Second Baptist, Tenth street and Sixth ave
hue. Services at 11 a. m. and 8 p. in.
Swedish Baptist, oornerofTwenty-dmt street
no nitn tvioue. tTeucainj at iu:o a
by John Lindbcrtr.
First Methodist, corner of Fifth avenue and
Nineteenth street. Rev. C. O. McCuliocb
pastor. Services at 10:4 a. m. and 7:30 d. m
Moroinir subject. "A Full Tressure." Kven
Ijk. "The Cry of the Bankrupt." Sunday
KCbool at B:15 a. nr. Junior league at :JO
p. m. Knworth leaicue at 6:30 p. in.
German Methodist, corner oksutti avenu
And Fourteenth street. Ke. F. I Lltzrodt
pastor. Services at 10:15 a. m. and 7::W p. m.
Sunday school at 9:1a a. m.. J. J. Uelg, super
intendent. Ep worth Leiucue at 7. Junior
League at t p. m.
tajewwid farlc Methodist church. Rev. J. II
Kiitter, pasior. Tmnurary services eorner
rourth avenue and Third street. Mnlne.
Preacnint; at 10:45 a. m and 7:30 p. in. Sunday
sciioci at y :u.
African Methodist. Fourteenth street an
Fourth avenue. Services at II a. m. and
7:30 p. tn. Sunday school at 12:30 p. m.
German L.utberan, oorner of Twentieth
street and Fifth avenue. Rev. C. A . Menniclte
pastor. Services at 10 a. m. and 7:30 p. m
Grace English Lutheran, corner of Forty
fourth street and Seventh avenue. Rev. R.
A. HoflsteD. pastor. Services at 10:15
m. and 7:30 p. m. Conliruiatiou in the
luortiok and communion ia the evenice.
Sweaifth Lutheran, oorner of fourteenth
street and Fourth avenue. Kev. Carl K Slatt
pastor, services at 10 a. m. and 7:30 p. m
Zlon SwedLih Lutheran. 4.U5 Seventh ave
nue, Kev. J. G. Dahibert. Dustor. Services a
10:46 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at 9:30
German Kvantrelfcal. Ninth street between
Fifth and Sixth avenues, lie v. F. Trefer. pas
tor. Services at 10:30 a. m. Sunday school
at w a. m.
Central Presbvterian. Second avenue. b
tween Fourteenth and Fifteenth streets. Rev
William Torrance, pastor. Services at 10:th
a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Junior CbriMun Kcdear
or at H p. m. Senior Christian Kndeavor
meeting at 6:J0 p. m. Sunday school at 9.30
Kroadway Presbyterian, corner of Twenty
Ulrd street and Seventh avenue. Rev. W ti
Maniuis, pastor. Services at lu:45 and 7:30 p.
m Morninir sumect. - rue lud oi itiessins.
lo.Iowed by reception of new members and
the sacrament or the Lord's suoper. , In tbe
evening nervice on lawn, su eject. Jesus. The
Compassionate," illustrated by stereopt'ejn
viewd. Surday school at9:i5a.m. Young peo
ple's meeting at e-:cp. m.
United Presbyterian. Third avenue and Fou -
teentn street. Kev. U. L. McNary, rastor.
Services at io.lh a. m. and .S" p. m. Morninc
subject, -Satan s TLree Lives. Kteoini:
"An Exsinp:e of Servine." Sundsy school at
w:jo a m. v. i: ."S. u. Jti at o:ii p. m.
Aiken Street union chapel. South
kock island. Sunday school at 3 p. m
Christian Endeavor meeting at p. m. Ser
vices evwrvTuesdavat 7:30 o. m.
South Park Chapel, Presby ten tn. Elm stre t
ana ir.rteentn avenue. Kev. v. s. Marqul
pastor; Sunday school at iM p. m.
salvation Army Barracks, imw Second ave-
enue. services as follows: Knee drill at 7 a.
m., holiness meeting at 10:30 a. m.. christians
meeting at I p. to., salvation meeting at 7:30
First Church of Christ. Scientist. Twenty
third street between Seventh and Ninth ave
nues. services ut nr.is a. m. and 7.30 p. in.
Subject for morning uod evening, l;fe
sunuay school follows tbe morning service.
WeUcesdav evening meeting at 7:3 Kend
iag nxnis open evey afternoon eAcepi Sun
day from i to 4.
x. M. C. A. building, corner of Third avenue
and Nineteenth street. Servinm at 3:80 n. m
Reorganized Church of Jesui Cbrist of Latter
Uay naiuts. la. A. aieuman. pwtor. Services
t Chid Fellows bail Kighteenib street ani
Second avenue at 3 ana 7:30 d. m. Suudav
scr.ooi at - p. m
Tiinltv Episcopal, corner of Sixth avenue
and Nineteenth street. Kev. K. F. Sweet. S. T
D.. rector. Kev. George Kultenbach. assif.
ant. Services at 7:3j and lu:l. a. m . at I.'
noon and 7:30 p. in. Sunday school at 9:L
Trinity Episcopal, corner of Fourth avenue
nd Seventn street. Kev. R. F. Sweet. S. T. It..
rector. Even song and Sunday school at 2:30
&t. Joseph s Roman Catholic, corner of
Second avenue and Fourteenth street. Rev.
Thomas Mackin, dean and pastor. Mass at 8 a
m. and 10:30 a. m. Vespers at 3 p. m. Sunday
scnooi atzp. m.
sacred Heart Koman catholic. Twentv-
eighth street and Fifth avenue. Rev. J. F. Locit
ney, pastor. Mass at 8 and 10 30 a. m. Sunday
school at 8 p. m. Vespers at 7:30 p. m.
St. Mary s ucrmancatnoilo. corner or Fourth
avenue and Twenty-second street, Kev. F. J.
Poettkln, pastor. Mass at 8 and 10:) a. m.
Vespers at It p. m. bunday school at 2:30 p. m.
Memorial Christian, comer of Inird avenue
and Fourteenth street. Y. P. S. u. E. at 6:30
The Ilcst Liniment for Stralus.
r. II. ells, the merchant at
Detr Park, Long Island. N. Y., para:
I always recommend Chanihfirlairr
Pain Balm as the best liniment for
strains. I used it last winter for se
vere lameness in the side, resulting
from a strain, and was greatly pleased
with tbe uick relief and cure it ef
fected " For oale bv all druovists.
A hbusebold necessity Dr. Thom-
ns' Klectric Oil. Heals burns, cuts,
wcundi of any sort; cure sore throat.
croup, catarrh, asthma; never fails.
Heals the Skin.
Prnfi it on a ! nHlmrrt of pimpl, rcrml
ttti-r. ryin-l, Uii rr or mi rruoei,,,,. 1 ,
oar.' i. M.rinnrnl fnl- s Im.i, ml lrui:so.
or hv mml. !'( patrl. Haa tip itn irtHMl work
wita liiakfiH'a Mdteatal 6oap. jcrcta.
jniiNT. linl l.nn AV A o.,
3t CaaaaBtrrcs U, I'hlladrlpkla.
"I have been gveatlv benefited by
using your Ointment for pimples "
Mrs M. Young. W Fourth ave.
csts what you eat
t rt ifiHaiivdicreststiii rood and aids
Nature) in strenutbeu-.Dg and recon
structine the exhausted digestive or
eaau. It lathe latestdiscotereddijtest
ant and tonic. No other preparation
can approach It in efficiency. It in
stantjy relieves and permanently curea
Dyspepsia, Indigistion, Heartburn,
Vlitnlanm. Sour stomach. Nausea.
Sick Headache, Gastralgia.Cramps and
airother results oi imperieciaigesuon.
imocm 4i. Tarn alee eortainaSK timet
mail sum. Book all aboutdy spepsia miiodf refi
Prsvared y C C OewlTT a co, crjicaa
B. H. Bieberand HarU and Ullemeyer
SCIENTISTS TO DEDICATE
A Handsome Edifice In Chicago Tomor
Chicago. July 13 Third Church of
Christ, scientist, of Chicago, will ded
icate its handsome new building at
the corner of Washington boulevard
and Lesvitt street, tomorrow. Ba
side the large number of Christina
Scientists in Chicago who will attend
the dedication, it is expected that
many visitors from othercities will be
present, and in order to accommodate
all, four services will be held. Tbe
readers of First. Second, Third and
Fourth Churches of Christ, Scientist.
of Chicago, will each conluet one of
the services. The growth of Christian
.Science in Chicago has been remarka
bly rapid. It is but 15 vears since 20
Cnristian Scientists held the first ser
vice of their denomination in Chicago.
Today there are five churches with a
regular attend tnce of about 4 000 per
sons at the Sunday morning services
Three of the congregations own their
own buildings, aggregating almost
f 100.000 in value.
J be ouilding oi iniru church is
Hiking in appearance, being cod.
struoted of white enameled brick and
terra cotta walls set upon a jrramte
base. The main entrance i from
Washington boulevard, through the
lofty loggia with its Hanking but
tresses and imposing columns of gran
ite. Within is a large vestibule and
foyer, both paved with marble mosaic
tiles and decorated in soft tones of gol
den yellow and ivory. The foyer is
utteu witn comfortable seats, tire
places and other provisions for tbe
convenience of the congregation. The
auditorium proper is above the foyer
ana is reached, by several stairways
Ihe building is heated bv steam.
lighted by electricity and is strictly
modern in its appointments. A o
manual 11 oot & Hastings orjan is
placed above the readers' platform
The seating capacity of the building
This is the third church building
erected by theChnstian Scientists in
Chicago during tbe past four jears.
the others being First Church of
Christ, Scientist, on Drexel boulevard
near Fortieth 6treet, dedicated . jv.
14. 1897, and Second Church of Christ,
Scientist, on tbe corner of Wright
wood and Pine Grove avenues, dedi
cated April 7. 1101. They are three
of the handsomest buildings in Chi
cago and represent a distinct depart
ure in modern church architecture.
A MONKEY SHAVES A MAN.
Novel Innovation la Toosorlal Art l'roves
Not content with an M. D. dinloiua.
Duffy, the prize monkey ot (in
try Bros1, famous trained animal ex
hibition, has added the tonsorialait
to his list of accomplishments, and
has successfully shaved at least one
individual. While "studying medi
cine" Duffy showed a decided prefer
ence for' surtrery. Pbvsics failed to
interest him in the least and be
seemed to hold the drug business a3
bene it h his contempt. Duffy is re
quired during the performance to
answer an expedient call and lend his
professional services to a pony sup
posedly ill in tha ring. The sick
patient sias the doctor up and con
cludes that he belongs to the quack
variety, consequently there is uoth-
Dg doing in tbe mtdicine line. Ihe
doctor is palpably hurt because the
patient turns him down and wants to
get square by bleeding the obstinate
olTenaer. With this determination in
view be jerks a knife from his aied.
cine care and bands it to the ring
master, and with a satisfied toss of
his head looks wise and awaits de
velopments, which are not lorg in
coming, ihe pony discovers that be
is enjoying the very best of health,
and in ordtr to prove it, lises quukly
and dances a polka before the doctor's
eyes, ihe aptness with which Du?
handles this knife made such an im
pression upon Gentry Bros', trainer
that he conceived the idea of teaching
tbe monkey the barber trade. It re
quired many months and unlimited
patience, but at last the undertaking
was successfully accomplished, and
Mr. Gentry was rewarded by actually
witnessing the novel sight of behold
ing a monkey removing the whiskers
from a man's face with a razor. Toe
Jen try s aie to be here the 17th.
Summer complaint is unusually
nvalent among children this season.
well developed case in the writer's
mily was cured last week by tbe
timely use of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy one
f the bett patent medicines manu
factured and which is always kept on
hand at the home of ye scribe. This
is not intended as a free puff for the
company, wbo do not advertise witn
s, but to benefit tbe little suiierers
wbo m'av not be within easy access of
physician. ' No family should be
without a bottle of this medicine in
the house, especially in summer time.
Lansing, Iowa, Journal. For sale
by all druggists.
Khenmattsm Oared tn Day.
Mystic Cure for Rheumatism and
Neuralgia radically cures in 1 to 3
days. Its action upon the system is
retparaabie ana mysterious. i,t re
moves at once the cause ar-d the dis
ease immediately disappears. J ne
first dose ereatly benefits. 75 cents
Sold by Otto Gro'.ian. 1501 Secorid !
avenue. Rock Island; Gnstave Sch le
gal & Son, 220 West Second street,
I am indebted to One Minute
Cough Cure for my present good
health and life. I was treated in vain
by doctors for lung trouble following
la grippe. I took One Mfhuto Ceugh
Cure and recovered my health K
II. Wise, Madison. Ga. 13. II. Biebtr
and Ilattz & Uallemerer.
STILL "MIGHTY ONSARTIN."
Which Is the Best of the Three Cup De-
fvntler Mtiline; Machines.
Newport. K. I.. ..ul.v 1:5. Tln Colum
bia ajruin lef;itid the I 'oust it ut ion iu
yesterday's m-e by a margin in eor-
reeieu tune or - mumies aiKt i: see-
oikis. i ne I niiepeiiileiK-e ueinjr om-e
more last, after losing hoi- topmast at
the very start. The Boston ymlit.
however, sailed sni-ii a remarkably
In-ky race after lieinjr shorn of her
topmast that it is generally believed
here that she would have won the
raee but for t he accident. For twenty
minutes after the start she sailed with
the wreck of her club topsail trailing
astern, whde for six more she n
motlouless. luffed i:i the wind, while
the crew cleared away the tanjrle. All
this time the other two yachts were
speeding alunsr under all sail, yet the
Independence1 was only beaten 7 min
utes and 42 sevt.iids at the first mark.
and sailed i;,e se i.nd lejr of the tri-
ar.Ie in les time than either of th
other yachts, aillioiiirli tluvv carried
In the run home the two Kristol
boats, under a reat press of sail, beat
the Liwsnii yacht a little over four
minutes in ten miles. The result of
the four contests between these three
boats leaves much to be determined.
especiallv as in their relative merits in
imvihiii except llirlit airs. Yester
day's race was sailed in a fifteen-knot
wind, inn" closed the scries, and the
vachts will not meet airain for at least
Chicago Ciraln anil Produce.
Chicago. July 12.
FoHowinT wer the ouotations on the
Hoard of ."ratie today:
October . .
. 7.!Hl T.:2'3 T.S7'i 7.9J'-
. X.07'i S.10 S.U-'a 8.10
. S.dl " S.ori 7.M71- k.O.'i
IJutter Kxtra erean-ery.
October . . .
'iSle per lb: extra "airy. 14.1m.x-: pack
ing stock. llMaSil;!e. iigKS Fl esh sto k.
l-'.fr l"e. Ks r resh stock. lKullic per
doz. Live Poultry Chickens, heiif. !c
per lb: springs. l.TiSlSe: Kes. f'-.Oiis
6.1'U per doz. Apples C ret-n. baskets.
$l..-i0i-'.U0. Potatoes Karly Ohio, Uu&
PSc lHrr bu.
Chicago l.ivr Stock.
HofTH Kst imated receipts for the day.
14.01X1: sales ranged at $4. Aa .Y.i for
Mils, s.i.tui'a h.-o tor usni. ..m.j o.ur tor
ruush !u kir.g. $6.(X(((i b.:5 for mixed, and
ti.lM?i6.4 for iieay packir.jr au.l sliii
nir Kits', with the bulk of the salts
ul tS.l.ift b.:il'.
'allie Intimated receipts far the
dav. i.tK:0; ejiiotalioiis rar-fd at j.'i.'.'r.Si
choke o xtra sleeis, i:''iUi7,.W)
F.ooil to -hoiee do., Jj.Hifi o.65 fair to
Ki'd do.. $4.7."i'n Ti.j ctMiiinoii to mtdi-
m do.. J I.;;."i'ii .1.00 hun-hers fleers. I...HO
6'.. 10 fed western Fleers. J.'.tilli 4.70
sl-K -!"!. and fv-r-der!. sj.ooit 4. . . cows.
;.bUi'5.0. heifers. J.6'idi 4.6.". bulls ai:d
ixen. j:;. , .. ..i:o staiis. i.40'.i ivxas
-ers. ar.d Jl.TiOti 6.."0 veal ca.ves.
-'heep and Kairb? Kstimaled re'eipts
for the eav. .YMii); quotations ranged at
$.;.6o'o 4.1.1 westerns. $-.7.11 4. 2 natives.
:VR.",i&ti.t'0 western lambs, and Jj..o?y,
.S5 native lambs.
Kast Itaft'slo Live Stock.
Kast BulTalo, X. Y., July 12.
Dumrine Slovens. Live Sum k t om-
mismon Merchanip. Kast ltutTalo. X. Y..
quote as follows: .aue neceipis. J
arn: market steady: veals'. $..;0fiib..0.
Iocs Receipts. MO cars: market active
ami stronger: bulk sales, all grades.
Jti.lofti 6.4.1: roughs. $.Y7.Va ,1.SH. theep
anl Iambs Receipts. 11 cars: niatket
easier: cuds to K'id mixed sheep. $:;.00
(jt.::0: har.dv wethers. $4.:!5'fi4..10: heavy
exports. $t..10'r 4.6.1: lambs, tops. $S.0(."W
6..10; others'. S.-.lfi .1.7.1.
SU Louis Ciraln.
St. Louis, July 12.
heat llicher: No. . red cash eleva
tor. 64'c: tra-k. .1fiS.1-jc; July. 6:.ie
S'plembe r. 64Aic; neeember. 6s"-( : No.
2 hatd. 66 ' 66 1 jc. Corn Higher: Xo. 2
cash. .He; track. .1."' 'a .1.1' : July. .V.'.c:
Sr-ptemiier. .14-. . ats Hlpher; Xo. 2
cash. ;;4'2c: track. ::6rii r!6'sc; July. :;4l2c;
September. y4a4c; No. '2 white. S9'5iOlao.
Kye Kirm: Me. "
Milwaukee. July 12.
Wlval Hijrher: Xo. l northern. fil;e;
No. 2 northern, 6.".'fT67c: July. 66e; Sep
tembor. 6S'2e. Corn September, 124
r.14e. Ityp Higher: Xo. 1. .10c. I?t
ley;Steady: No. 2. ..4';c: san:ple. X.ISj!
6.. Oats Higher; Xo. 2 white, Siip
Hay Timothy, tlZC9H; prairie, IVCI11.
Coal $3 aer too.
New potatoes TSC.
Butter Cboioe to lair, 13o; fresh creamery
ilens-6Sc per pound.
Sprint Cblcuens 13.00 per dozen.
Cattle Butchers pay for com fed steers
4Hrft5tt; cows and belters, IHc4c; calves
Spring Lambs tXS0C4 a bead.
Hogs j0 a5. 7 o.
JITLY 5TII AND 26TH. 1901.
Round trip tickets will be on sale
from all points on the "Bie Four" at
verr low rates on the abore dates.
Going trip to commence on date of
sale. Tickets will be good for return
trip one month from date of sa'e.
" culD l" . -i
For full Information and particulars as to
rates, tickets, limits, etc , ca l on avenis in
RocH Island or aldrcs tbe undersigned.
WARREN J. LYNCH. W. PEPPE,
Gen. Pass, it TkU Art Asst. G. P. &T. A.
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IT'a 14.47'i H.r.O
.oTt 11. tin H.tT'.i
!.T0 S.Trt S.TO
1.7.-. S.TT'i K.70
l.7'i S.75 S.70
McNEVIN & GANSliRT, Distributors.
Chicago Dental Company
Fair But False
Were her teeth, but their beauty
made her fair. A pretty mouth
is ruined by defective teeth, but
artificial teeth made by the Chi
cago Dental Co. look so natural
that your bet friends will not
detect t hi rilTerence. We make
a specialty of Gold Crowns,
Bridges and the thin elastic plate,
which is thin as pressed paper,
and does not tako up the room in
the mouth that the old common
All work guaranteed.
Silver FilliDgs. 50c
Gold Platina Alloy 75c
Gold Fillings, fl and up $t.00
Gold Crowns, $4 and op.. ..4.00
Set of Teeth, $5 and up 5.00
Office 1607 Second Avenue
Over Speidei's Drug' Store.
o ooo o o o o p
Ouility and make, jo
McCoy & Co , N. Y. !
S. M. ARNDT & CO.,
1703 Second Avenua.
o "o o" o" o ;
Mat a Wcs li Suctr-
r rv itt tar ann m st
Doim't Be Fooled
Taks tb cenalos, rllBsl
ROCKY MOUNTAIN TE
MsUs only by Madison Matft
cine Co.. Madisoa, Wis. (
keeps you -elU Our trsiS
mark cat n eacb poctt?
Prlco. 38 cnli. NoTor c9f
la bulk. Accr aaVW
awmmt o a: ' er
T U. Thomis, tola af ecv.
are not intended for five cent cigar smokers. They appeal
to smokers of Havana goods, accustomed to pay 10 cents
. or two for 25 cents to get character in ilavor. They are
adopting it wherever on sale, and will walk blocks to get
it. Dealers wbo keep them draw from the 10 cent trade
of other stores. They have all the richness of choice Ha
vana. Though not quite the same in flavor, they are very
similar and more pleasing to many, because less strong and
sickening and because any number can be smoked with
much relish. Mr. Smoker, a trial will
PROVE TO YOU
THAT THIS CIGAR IS MORE PLEAS
ING THAN ANY HAVANA CIGAR YOU
EVER BOUGHT FOR TEN CENTS.
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
f IHIOAGO. ROOK ISLAND ft
Paoiflo Railway TlckoWi
ean be purchased or baKeaca
ohocsed at City Ticket oMce.
1S11 becond avenue, or C, K.
LAP. depot, corner Flfto
ayenue and t hlr-nrst street. Fraak H. Piunt-
mer T.imlved & On. aha..
Rock; Mountain LJmited.
. wortb, Denver &K. C.
Jmana and Des Moines....
jpinaha & Minneapolis....
Jmsha & Lincoln Kx
Oes Moines & Omaha
OonTer, Lincoln ft Omaha.
Oes Moines Express
St. Paul & Minneapolis.
t 8:10 am 3:00 am
2:4 pDi S-'M pm
t 5:06 am tlO:S5 piu
t 5:50 am 9:10 pm
t 8:00 am tll:IO pea
tl2:05 am 8:00 am
7:ftS am 11:10 pm
11A5 pm tl0::i.i pm
3:06 am t 3:06 &m
tl2:15 mi t 6:52 am
3:U5 am t w:is pm
Denver, Ft. Worth & K. C. 6:00 am tl0:40 i m
(Kansas City. St Joe ADnvr 11:10 pmt 0:30 atn
UCock Island&WashInrton,ll:50 pm t i -n pm
ZUoago & Des Moines... !t 2:15 pm t 3 -3 ?m
Bock Island & Brooklyn Ac 5:35 pm 7 0 am
;Omaba & Rock Island 6:40 pm ;10:M5 am
,Chloago, A Dayenport j t :uu pm
iDally except Saturday,
Dally, except Sua
All others daily. To
TJURLINGTON ROUTE C,
-"B. & Q. RAILWAU Depot
Second Avenue and Twen
M. J. YOUNQ,
I LSATS ABBIT1
a U Springfield. Peoria.
Qulncy via Ualesburt;
and oterlln? ,T:15 am
CbicaKO via Mendota 4 12 pm
reor'.a, Beardatown, Bur j
lirKtOD. Denver ani
West !t2:40 pm
St. L., Ka-s. Cltv. Denver!
and Pacific Coast vm
Giilesburir 7:25 pm
sterlicK ana points inter
East Moline, Suburban
St L.. Denver and west .
Clinton and Dubuque
Davencort and (JUnton.
Clinton. Dubuque, La
Crose. St. Paul. Minn.
& West and N. W !7:15 pm
Telephone I ISO
Dully. tDaily except Sunday.
r'HiCAQO, Milwaukee a
VST. PAUL railway D,
R. L t N. W. passenger sta
tion at (oot of Seventemh
street. George W. Wood,
agent. The trains for Du
buaiie and points nortb run
via Illinois side of river. Trains for Fie eport
and Milwaukee will run via Davenport, Clia
toa and Savanna
All trains will connect at Savanna for points
east and west.
I.SaVS. ARB IV.
Dubuque and St. Paul
Dubuque and St. Paul
Ail trains daily except Sunday.
TJOCK ISLAND & PEORIA
"Railway Depot First av
nue and Twentieth street. M.
A. Patterson, General Passen
ger Agent. Passenger trains
leave C. R. 1. P. (Mo
lina avenue) depot five 5)
minutes earlier than time
given. E. L. Goff, Agent.
LSAV. I ABBIV1
Peoria &. Springfield Lim
ted Peoria. Spi ingtlld. I.t. I.
Intlianapolis. Cincinnati .
Peoria, Springfield. Indian
apolis. Cincinnati, Bloom
Ic'ton Peoria Express.
Peoria. lcdisnuiol:s, Cin
Peoria. St. ixui.s, Spiing
Cable v Sberrard Accom..
Cable Si. Sberrard Accom..
, g:05 am. '10:20 pnj
: S:SS pm! 7:13 pnj
j 7:35 pm
f 10:25 am
: :15 am 4:55 pm
3::S0 pm 2:20 pm
! 8:38 am
Trains marked are daily,
Ail others daily
It's Quality that Counts.
In Coal It's quality that makes heat. H's
quality that reta ns it. it s quality that
makes possible consumption of 90 per
cent of the combustible part of it, leav
ing alight, clean asb: lastly, It'squaiity
that lessens your fuel biiis you re not
paying for dirt, refuse or unburnables.
The coal we nandie both hard and soft
deserves all tbe good things we and
our patrons say for it A ton will tak
as loudly as a carload.
E. G. FRAZER.
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