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TH F A Ci SATURDAY, M KCii :il, 18);!.
THE AUG US.
nlHHM Daily and Weekly at 1621 Second
Avenue, Rock Inland. 111.
J. W. Potter, - - Publisher.
Tbbhs Dally, 60c jxr month; Weekly, ti.00
AiiwuiiiiHuiuiiion 01 1 cricai or nrpumema
tiv character, tolitical or religions, must have
real aam attached fur publication. No such
aruclo will be pnnte-i oyer fictitious signatures,
mjavnjraiuuv couimuuicauoDS noi noiiceu.
Owropponder.ee sollci.ed from every township
im Bvk 1.1. A . ..
Satirdat, March 6. 1892.
TilWKSH P TICKET.
Ker Supervisor. "....U&OltnE B BROWNER
For Astistant Supervisors.. ..GKOkGB LAMONT
ForAeir EDWARD LlKBERKNhCUT
Far Collector LC BLAXDLNG
First Ward JAMES DOWNING
Second Ward HKNHY KINKKR
Third Ward . R. C. ILOYD
FonrthWard VALENTINE DAI BBK
Fifth Ward JOHN MAiEK
tilth Ward JOHN F PISIMnGKR. two year
FRANK WEIGAMi. one year
sevemn n ara J ut k I'M h K K k K.two years
J. W. LAW11EAD, one year
CALL IOK It KNOCK ATI C NTATF.
COWKSTIOX or ll.l.lOIM.
Headquarters Democratic State Central Com
mute of Illinois Sherman House, Chk-igo,
Febinary ii, 1M!. A Convention of the Dem
ocracy of the State of Illinois, is hereby called to
meet in Ihe Hall of the House of Kepree cntatives,
in Kprlngfleld, Illinois, m Wednesday April i7th,
1S91, alJo'clook r. , forth purpose of nomi
nating canaiaates to oe votea (or on rncsaav.
November 8th. WW. forth offices or oovernor
l.teotenant Governor; Secretary of Sta'e ; Auditor
01 runiic accounts; Treasurer: Attorney Gener
al; Thrr Trustees of the University of Illinois;
Ta o Congressmen at Lartre ; also for the purpose
or selecting one Presidential t lector from eacn
CODsreMmnsl Dirtrict. and fonr Presidential
Kleettc from the state at la te. Two delegate
rroa cn congressional visum ana eignt aeic
ratetfrom the state at la-ge to the Democratic
National Convention, to be held in Chicago, Jane
SI, USt. One State Committeeman from aeh
Congressional District, and aevm state Com
mitteemen from Ihe state at large, and och other
bnskscs a may J roperly come before the con
vention. 1 he basis of representation for each
county shall be: One delegate for each four
hundred vote cast for Cleveland and Tburman at
the last, Piesidei tial Election, and one delegate
for each tiactional part thereof, of two hundred
vote or nor. Under this call the renresentution
of Rock Island county will be.oaS.titt votes, S
By order of the Democratic State Central Com
mit tee of Illinois. Dblos P. PmLrs.Chairman.
Til to. NiLaoy, Secretary.
The following resolution was adopted by the
Denccjiic state Cenlial Committee, February
Be it resolved. That it is this sense of this Com
mittee, that the Australian Ballot law applies to
the election of officers at the ancnal town n ret
lag to all eleciions exnptas specially excepted
in said law, and this committee recommend that
all elections to be held for town officer this
spring, be held m der the provisions and according
to the letter of (aid law.
DtsHcratlr Cniy onvrnllon.
The democrat of Rock Islard county are
hereby requested to send delceatea to a conven
tion to be reld at ihe court house In the city of
Rock Island Thnrsday. April 14. ISM, at l:3rt
o clerk p. m. for the purpose of selecting dele
gates to ihe di mocratic etate convention which
assembles at Springfe'd, Wednesday, April S7.
38i. The bais of representation at raid county
convention will be one delegate for each township
and a' so upon the vote 'or" Cleveland and Thnr
man in ISSs apportioned amor? the different town
thrps.precinct and waids in the ratioof one ilcte
irate to tvery f voters, -and one delecate for
every majcrrait therec f, and according to which
the follow it g will be the representation:
Cordova 3 Canoe Creek 2
uanpton, 1st precinct 3 t oe
and S Zuma
" 3rd "
Sooth Kock Island. ..
K. Island 1st Ward..
" Xrd " ..
4th " ..
.stu ' ..
" fith " .
" 7th " ..
4 Pott Bjrnn
4 Coal Valley
4 ruuib Moli je
3 Sioliuc lt Ward
3 -2nd - ....
4 " 3rd ' ....
5 " 4ih " ....
5th " ....
5 ' ttth ....
6 " 7ih
4 EJe-;nrt"n-lt Prec't S
3 " 2nd " 2
The caucuses in the
several townships will be
held at 3 p.m.. and In Molire and Kock Island at
. :ju p.m. on Saturday. April 9, ltfttt The differ
entdelecations will also report names of commit
teemen for ineir respective townships. piecinc:s
ana wards. T. 9. Silvis Chairman.
Dak W. Gotlti, Secretary pro tern.
Am exchange says that aNorthCaro
lina man has a clay pine which he has
smoked every day for the last 25 years,
ft might have added also that it is strong
enough to fflnVg itself felt in the adjoin
The New Yrk World is making a
vigorous fight for the democrats of Rhode
Island. It has appealed for volunteer
and the following distinguished statesmen
bave agreed to stump the little common
wealth; John M. Palmer, Leon Abbett,
Robert Pattison, Charles F. Crisp,
Roger Q. Mills, Benton McMillin, W. C.
P. Breckinridge, Willmm L. Wilson,
William J. Bryan acd William BlcAdoo.
Dr. Mcfobd, the veuran editor of
the Kansas City Times, is dying at Lis
home in Kansas City. Munford is well
known in Dlinois by reason of the duel
between Maj. Edwards, of his paper, and
Ha j. Foster, of the St. Louis Journal,
some 15 years ago. The duel was fought
in Winnebago county. Munford was
Edwards' second. The duel grew out of
an invitation by the Winnebago county
fair to Jeff Davis as an opening attrac
tion. Foster had criticized the action.
Edwards, with his accustrmed spirit, de
fended it. About 10 years ago Mnnford
went to Germany for his health. On his
return he hid a moustache and a goatee
and was attired in a suit of Teutonic cut.
lie went to his home an elegant one it
is and his favorite dog, not recognizing
his old master, sprang toward him, drove
him from the yard, and held him at bay
until Mrs. Munford came oat atd identi
fied the master, when he was admitted.
The English Illustrated magazine has
the following concernir g a Ereat railroad:
"The following items of information show
at a glance the great magnitude of this
commercial undertaking (trie London &
Northwestern railroad): Capital. 500 -000,000;
revenue per annnm. f 57 580,-
000; expenditure per annum, f 316 229,-
000; number of persons employed by
company, uu.uuu; number ot persons
employed in locomotive department 13,
000; miles operated on, 2,700; engines
owned, 2.620; carriages owned. 6.000;
wagons owned.57.000; carts.8.500;horses;
3,500;steanuhip8,20;pamngers carried an
nuallT.63,03O,OOO;weight of tickets issued
anna illy, 50 tons; tons of goods and
minerals carried annually, 37,000.000;
number of stations, 800; signal cabins,
1,51)0, signal levers in se, 32.000; signal
lamps lishtjd ever? night, 17,000; value
of work done at Crewe for various de
partments, f 3,250,000; mileage per an
num. 61,417,483; fuel consumed, 1,129
813 tans; water used. 4,510,000 toes;
number of special trains run pasengers
56.000; Roods, 155.000. Crewe provides
for the whole line. All the 18.000 men
in the locomotive department are under
the locomotive superintendent; of these
about 10, CO) are drivers, firemen, clean
ers, and mechanics at the various steam
sheds on the line."
STATE RXt'AMPKKXT U. A. It.
And Woman 8 Relief Corps, SrRiso.
field, III , Amu 6 8. J692.
For the alove occasion the "Burlington
Route." C. 3. & Q. R. R.. will sell
tickets from all points in Illinois at one
fare for the round trip; good going April
5 to 8, inclu tiye, returning to and includ
ing April 9.
On April C the Ohio & Mississippi R.
R. will run a special train from Beards
town to Springfield, connecting with our
train leaving Rock Island at 2:55 p. m..
and which w 11 arrive at Springfield at 10
p. m ; returrlng, on April b a special
train will lea re Springfield at 10:15 p. m ,
connecting with our train leaving Beards
town at 12:45 a. m., arriving at Rock
Island at 6:40 a. m.
For turther information apply to any
agent or add -ess
P S. Kustis. Q. P. A.. Chicago.
H. D. Mack. D P. A, Rock Island
Among the thousands of testimonials
of cures by Dr. Milea' New Heart Cure,
is that of Nathan Allisons, a well-known
cltizea of Glen Rock, Pa , who for years
had shortnc si of breath, sleeplessness,
pain in left side, shoulders, smothering
spells, etc.; one bottle of Dr. Miles' New
Heart Cure ar d one box of Nerve and
Liver Pills, cared h m. Peter Jaquet,
Salem, N J, is another witness, who for
twenty years tuffered with heart disease,
was prcnouncod incurable by physicians.
death stared h m in the face, could not
lie down for ft ar of smothering to death .
Immediately af.er using the New Cure
be felt better i nd could lie down and
sleep all night and is now a well mac.
The Jnew Cure is sold, also free book, bv
Hartz & Bahnwn.
?or Over Fifty Tsars
Mrs. Wins'ow s Soothing Syrup has
been used by millions of mothers for
their children while teething. If dis
burbed at night and broken of your res
by a sick child suffering and crying with
pain of cutting teeth send at once and get
a bottle of "Mrs. Winslow's Soothing
Syrup" for chi dren teething. It will re
lieve the poor little sufferer immediately
Depend npon it, mothers, thsreisno mis
take about it. It cures diarrhoea, regu
lates the stomsch and bowels, cures wind
colic, softens tl.e gums, reduces inflamma
tion and given tone and energy to the
whole system, "Mrs Winslow's Soothing
Syrup" for children teething is pleasant
to the taste and is the prescription of one
of the oldest at d best female physicians
and nurses in t je United States. Sold bv
all druggists throughout the world. Price
twenty-five cen's a bottle. Be sure and
ask for "Mrs. Vinslow's Soothirg Syrup
A Valuable Remedy.
Brandreth's Pills purify the blood, '
stimulate the 1 ver, strengthen the kid- j
nejs, regulate t bowels. They were in
troduced in the United States in 1135.1
Sincn that time over sixty millions of
boxes of Brandreth'B Pills h ve been used.
This, together with thousands of con i
vincing testimonials from all parts f the I
world, is prsitive eyidence of their value, j
Brandreth's Pills are purely vegetable,
abinluuly barrxless, and safe to take at
Don't Grunt j
About losine sleep last nieht on account
of that hacking cough, when Cubeb Cough
Cure will relievo it in one minute. It is
not a cure for cot sumption, but t fiords I
relief, and will prevent it Thousands
of testimonials could be furnished, but j
you are only asied to give it a trial to b
convinced, nothing will take the place of '
it, druggists unite in saying it gives bet- j
ler satisfaction man all others. j
Cubeb Cough Cure One minute
For saie by till druggists Hartz &
Bahnsen, wholesale druggists. !
I can recommend Ely's Cream Balm to
all sufferers froro drv catarrh fronji per
sonal experience . Michael Berr,' Phar
1 bad catarrh of the hed and throat f r
five years. I used Ely' Cream B-lm,ano
from the first at plication I was relieved
The sense of smell, which bad been lost
wlb rt stored after using one bottle. I
have found the 3alm the only SBtsftctor
remedy for catarrh, ard it. bus fffected
cure in my case. B. L. Mver, Waverly,
To focng Mothers,
who are for tqe first tim- to undergo
woman's severest 'rial, we effer you. noi
Jhe stupor caused by chloroform, with
rick of death lor vourself or your dearlv
loved and longed-for offspring, but
"Mother's Friend, a remedy weicu will,
if used as directed, invariably alleviate
the pain", horror and rii-ks of labor, aod
often entirely do away with them. Sold
by Hartz & RHbnsen.
Mil' Nerve and Uver Pilla.
Act on a new prifCH1' r. guUutig the
liver stomach t.cd bowel through the
nerves. A new discovrrv. Tr Miles'
Pills speedily cue billiousnecs, bad taste,
torpid liver, piles, constipation. Un
equalled for nen, women, children
Smallest, mildest, surest 1 60 doses 25
cents. Samples free at Hartz & Babn
sen's. What is mure i.ttractive than a pretty
ace with afresh, bright complexion? Fo
it,use PozBcwr Powdet.
Children Cry for
Cel "NOU VIOQSSV SSJHd NVOIM3IHV AS AHDIUAdOO
S S a 0 m . I.Vi
lie took aim at the young man's head.
In his brut rase it seemed to him tfcnr
ho had been foully dealt with that an
enemy in the guise of a friend had in
vested his camp and laid it waste that
he was being stabbed with -a knife drawn
from hU own sheath. This man had
listened to hi story, had encouraged him
in his aspirations, had counseled, sym
pathized and suggested, and then, like a
thief in the night, had crept in and
stolen the treasure.
In the burning heat of wrong and out
rage all possibility of justice, all power
of rational discernment were consumed.
liis identification of the woman with the
child had been so complete that his mind
had no longer power to separate them.
He could not think; he could only feel.
All the earth, and the air. and the snaeea
of tho infinite were pulsing madly with
his wrong. His passion made his heart
beat like the sledge on burning metal,
sent the blood to Ids brain and oppressed
its power of lierception, and filled his
ears with a dull roaring as of imprisoned
waters ore the ice breaks to rush and
rend and destroy.
A diwr opened and closed quickly;
footstejw sounded on the porch, the
fcteps. the walk in front of the house; a
whistle clear and joyous as that ff a
SchcMillnn-cleft the brooding air. Dan
was mi his way home now to the house
across the ravine, where the door was on
the latch and the gift on the crowded
table. Somehow Anthony drew back
r ruler the shadow of the trees, out of
Mght, and let him pass. 1
ilie moo.i still hung poised aliove the
cedars. 1 ut it was now free from the ob
struction of their branches and cast
what linht was in its gift to the earth
The path was light
enough, but under the trees the shadows
lay dense and black. Dan came down
the walk whistling; his step was light,
as though, in the sense of universal good
ne.v born within hiin. the touch of earth
were pleasant to his'lVet. He neared
the shadow where his friend lay sin
bushed, passed it and went on in the
pale moonlight. Anthony's hand was in
the breast pocket of his coat and his eyes
gleamed narrow through the drooping
At the gate Dan paused to light a
cigar, striking the match against the up
Ier lar; his hands were raised, protecting
the flame instinctively, although the air
was still; his back was toward the
fchadow. Anthony's hand stole forth
with the revolver; his right hand stif
fened as he took aim at the young man's
head: his eye was steady and his finger
on the trigger was as firm as the metal
it touched; the moonlight made a little
track along the barrel of the pistol.
The arm twitched, the finger on the
trigger shook, the eye faltered and the
aim grew unsteady. A thought had
flashed through the maddened brain, a
recollection powerful enough to balk
the deadly purpose, to strike the arm to
Ids side. Was it ruth or memory of
friendship or compassion for the woman
whom he loved, and whose love he was
about to slay? Not one of these things
would have moved him. What did was
the simple fact that Dan was unarmed,
and that his back was toward him.
He stood and watched his rival pass
through the gate and down the path
which led across the ravine by the
longer way the same on which Mary
had left him in indignation some months
before. A baffled, beaten feeling was
growing in his breast, a sense of impo
tence and failure; jealousy and brute
animosity strained on the leash like
bloodhounds, but rough honor held
them back with a strong hand, and the
man stood shaking from head to foot,
cursing under his breath. He could noi
shoot down an unarmed man from be
hind. Turning in the opposite direction he
retraced his steps through the old gar
den. He was not going home; ho had
no wish to meet his rival the sense of
impotence was growing. What had
come of it all the long struggle, the
waiting and working, the ambition and
the final success? What had it availed
him? Money! A place among men! A
monster fortune! Of what use was the
money? He wanted love this love, no
other; and all the wealth of that fab
ulous mine of his was inadequate for its
His mind went, back to that lonely
canyon, the redwood hut by the snow
fed tarn, the leper driven forth to die,
and die alone. Of what use had this
gold been to the leper? Could it buy
him pity, sympathy, tendance, even tol
erance among his fellows? Had it been
powerful to avert misery, loathsome
ness, death? He remembered how he
himself had sickened at .the sight of the
scarred visage and had shrunk from the
touch of the leprous hands: how the cup
sriKi.n l iri i
(Concluded on itaqe IKrtt.)
SHOES AND OXFORDS.
Cloth Top and Pat.
CHICAGO, KOCK ISLAND PACIFIC ftAlL
war Depot corner Fifth avenue and ThirtT-
flrt ctreet. Frank 11 . Plummer, agent.
Council Ulnll A Hlnneao-1
3 56 am'
ta Lbt Kipresp.... I
Kantaa City Da; Kxpress...
Council t. luff i Jamneeo-1
ta r x-:e I
Council Blnffs A Denver I
Limited V esubnle x.. I
ainu CitT Limited
ttioing weet. JGoing eat. 'Daily.
BUKLINGTON RuUTK-C B. A J. RAIL-
ay Depot First avenue and Sixteenth tu.
v.J. Yon r.g, agent.
Su Loot Kxpresa
8u Loai nlxpreee
St. Fftnl Express
Way Freirht (Monmonth) . . .
7 33 pm
5 :t0 pn.
8 .08 am
5 IS am
8 OS am
6 :4H pm
S 45 pm
CHICACH. MILWAUKEE A ST. PALL RAIL
way Racine A Southwestern Division De
pot Twentieth street, between First and Second
avmue, E. D. W. Holme, acent.
11 -.25 am
Mii and hixprest
St. Paul Expr ss
Ft. A Accommodation.
l :oo ;ir
ROCK INLAND A PEORIA RAILWAT DE
pot First avenue acd Twentieth alreet. F.
H. Rockwell. Acent.
Fast Mail Express
8:10 am 7:30 pm
2:30 pm 1:80 pm
9:10 am 3:00 pm
4:00 pm! 8:05 am
MOST DIRECT BOUTS TO THE
East. South and Southeast.
3 :5T pm
4 :57 pm
5 :55 pm
L. Rock Island.
Price villa ..
Ul :89 am
St. Louis .. .
. ! 1:15 pm
1 A -nO nm
jlO :00 pm
. 8 :50 nm
u:iu n i
.1 6:85 pm
j 7:10 pm
.1 1:30 am
. ! 8:00 pm
Lv. Peoria 130:15 am,4:10 pm
At. Rock Island 1 :M0 pml 7 :30 pm
Accommodation trains leave Rork Is'and at
:00a. m. and 6 45 p. m : arrive at Peoria 8:45 p.
m. and 3:80 a m. leave Pemia 6:00 a. m. and
715 p. m; arrive Rock Irland 4 :00 p.m. and 2:05
All tratns rnn daily exr ett Sanday.
All passe ger train arrive and depart Union
det o-. Peoria.
Free CtaircaTon Fast Express between Rock
Is'ood and Peoria, both direciions.
Through tickets to all points; baggage cnecked
inrougn to destination,
jAceom. Accom. 'Accom.
Lv. Rock Island I 9.1n am 4.00 pm 6.W am
An. Reynolds 10 30 am 6.06 pm 7.30 am
Cable ;11.00am 5.40 pm , 8 05 am
A com. Accom Accom.
.. ' able 6.2 am H.?0tr 8 45 pm
Ar. heynoids 7 00 ami 1.45 pn: 4 35piB
" Hock Island 7 55 am' 8.00 p 5.30 ptr
. B. 8VDLOW.
Or ilit Liqoor Hmbit fuitiel. 4 uml
, bj wlmlBlMteTln.1 1H. Ulnc'
Xt is tBtraaotixred as a powder, which can be firm
ta w gimss ot beer, a eup of coffee r uv. or m rooct,
without Ue kaowlede of the puuem abatntely
tamrmlesa. aud will etlcet pc oiaeni and sperdr
eur. wnetfcw the patient is a iXaOdrrfci' d ri r. h pr or
an alerhoH wrt-e it has bert intpr ir -housand
or easea, a J ia every ntaneu u:e has fol
lowed. It nererKaila Theryptem once itnpreenat
ed with the Speoifle.itreoomea an uiter impoMibilitj
for the Houor appeute to eziau
SrOLDES fcFIFir Koi Proprfelorm,
48 pae book of artcu-r- t je. To be had or
For sale by M arshAU A Fisher and H. Tho
We Have the IMew
- IN -
GENTLEAEN: Our Calf and Kangaroo
Shoes at $4 are the best value ever offered.
All styles and widths.
IMACQUAmTEO WITH THE GEOGRAPHT OF THiS COUNTRY Will 0BT!
MUCH VALUABLE INFORMATION FROM A STUC Of THIS MAP Of THE
CMcap, MIsM & Pacific Ej,
The Direct Eou to and from Chicago, Jollrt, Ottawa,
Peoria, La Salle. Moline, Roci Island, in ILLINOIS;
Davenport, Muwatine, Ottutuwa, (iskaloosa, Dcs
Moines, V.'imerset, Audubon, UaKaa and Council
Muffs, in IOWA ; Minneapolis and St. Paul. In MIX
KESOTA; Watertotrn and Sioux Falhi, In DAKOTA;
Cameron, St, Joset.h aud Kansas City, in MISSOVEI;
Omaha, L'ncoln, Fairbury an l Nelson, in NEBRASKA ;
Atchison, Leavenworth. Horton, Topeka, Hutchinson.
Wichita, Belleville, Abilene Dodge City, Caldwell, in
KANSAS; Kingfisher, El Reno and Minco, In INDIAN
TERRITORY: Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo,
In COLORADO. Traverses new anas of rich farm it g
and grazing lands affording the best facilities of inter
communication to all town aod cities east and west,
northwest and southwest of Chicago and to Facihc and
trans-oceauic seaports. j
VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS
Leading all competitors In (plendor of equipment,
between CHICAGO and DE9 MOINES. COUNCIL
ELCFFS and OMAHA, and between CHICAGO and
DENVER. COLORADO SPRINGS and PUEBLO, via
KANSAS CI TV and TOPEKA and via ST. JOSEPH
First-Clan Day Coaches, FREE RECLINING CHAIR
CARS, and Palace Sleepers, with Dining Car Service.
Close connections at Denver and Colorado Spring with
diverging railway lines, now forming the sew and
TRANS-ROCKY MOUNTAIN ROUTE
Over which anperbly-equipned train run daily
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE to and from Salt
Lake City, Ogdes and San F-ncisco. THE ROCK
ISLAND 1 also the Direct ana Favorite Line to and
from Uanttou. Pike' Peak and all other sanitary and
acenic resorts and cities and mining district In Colorado.
DAILY FAST EXFRESS TRAINS
From St Joseph and Kansas City to and from all Im
portant towns, cities and sections In Southern Nebraska,
Kansas and the Indian Territory. Also via ALBERT
LEA ROUTE from Kansas City and Chicago to Water
town, Sioox Falls, MINNEAPOLIS and ST. PAUL,
connection? for all points north and northwest between
the lakes and the Pacific Coast.
For Tickets, Mrs, Folders, or desired Information
apply to any Coupon Ticket Offic ta the United States
or Canada, or address.
E. ST. JOHN, JOHN SEBASTIAN,
' Genl Manager. Genl Tkt. A Pass. Aft,
CHJCi O. T.v
STATE SAVINGS BANK.
Office Corner Fifteenth etreet and Third Ave.
Sncceef s the Moline Savings Bank. Organised 1819
5 m mi ISTEIIEST PAID OS DEPOSITS.
Crganlr.d nnder State Lhws.
Ofen from 9 a. m. to S p. m., and Wednesday and
Saturday nights from 7 to 0.
Poster Fxinhsr, - President
H. A. A iBswoam, - Vice-President
C. F. Iluiiw.r, - - - Cashier
Dl RECTOS T
Porter Sklnaer. t. W. Theelock,
C. A. Bone, A. Ainsworth,
G. H. Edwards, W H. Adam.
AnoTC i r.bera;, F.B'menway,
i U1 a Dtrling.
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I fill JO ftftl
Pat. Leather Si.J
Chicago, Minneapolis and St. Pjj
Via the Taaoiij A.!-rt ! ljt
St. Louis, Minneapolis and St. Fa
Via St, Louis. Minnea;o! i- 4 St. t: .-ir. lj
Through Sleepers and Chair Cars
KANSAS CITVrMINNEAPOLIS AKD ST.FUL
PEORIA, CEDAR T.APIDS AND SIOUX FAUS, EM.
CHICACO AND CEDAR RAPICS
Via the Fanicu A! .- r I-;, !.::.
THE SHORT LINE
'"S PI R IT LAKE T'
Tile Great low i 5--:r:ir:-.i.-r Kciort
For Kailnay an 1 H ? i I:..- -. I--::-:
l'lUliphi-i ntnl ;t.! :; '
iivu'l Ticket ;.i.a !.. i'.t: A-'-'-
FOR CHEAP HOMES
On line of t!i! io.t.1 in N c-. '-r I
Southeastern l:t t:i : .'. i tJ
where drmwlit aiid !.: i.i :
TllOUKllKls of cll.ij. c -r- ' f ! :'..! ; u-.
Loral Kxoursinii rat-- - i.. 1 ' ' ' -' 'r-'
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