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ATTORNEY AT LAW Offlce In Mitchell
Lynde't new block.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office in Bock Island
National Bank B gliding. Rock Island. Ill-
a. S. wmmt. wab.
SWEENEY ft WALKER,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
Once in Bengston's block. Rock laland. 111.
ATTORNEY'S AT LAW Loan money on good
security, make collections. Reference. MHch
11 Lvnde. bankers. Qffloe In Postome Mock.
S. W. ODELL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW Formerly of Port Byron,
and during the past two years with the nrm or
Browning A Entriken at Moline, has now opened
an offlce in the Auditorium building, room 5, at
DR. CSAS. M. ROBINSON,
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Offlce McCullough Building, M4 W. 3d 8t.
Hours: 9 to 11 am; 1 to 4 pm.
DR. E. B. JOHNSTON,
Office, 223 Brady St., Davenport,
(OVER RsTSOLDS A GlTrORD'h.)
From 9 to 14 a. m.
" 3 to 4 p. m.
Diseases of Women a Specialty.
Drs. Myers & Holderead,
Physicians and Surgeons,
Specialties Surgery and Diseases of Women.
Corner Second avenue and Fifteenth street
Telephone, 1143. Offlce hours evenings
7 to 9.
Dr. Myers, from 10 o 11 am and 3 to S pm : Sun
day 12 to 1 ; residence 2nd ave: telephone 1300.
Dr. Holderead, from 8 to 10 am and 1 to 3 pm ;
Sunday. 8:30 to 10:3.; residence at offlce; tele
R, M. PEARCE.
Hoom 33 in Mitchell A Lynde's new (block.
DR. J. E. HAWTHORNE,
Teeth extracted without pain by the new
No 1710 Second avenue, over Krell ct Math's.
DRS. BICKEL & SCHOEMAKER
Mitchell & Lynde'a Block. Rooms 39-31.
A. D. HUES1NG,
Represents, among other tlme-tned and wel
known Fire Insurance Companies be following:
Royal Insurance Company, of England.
Weachester Fire Ins. Company of N. Y.
Buffalo German Ins. Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Rochester German Ins. Co., Rochester, N. x.
Citlsens Ins. Co., of Pittsburgh, Pa.
Bun Fire Office. London.
Onion Ins. Co., of California.
Security Ins. Co.. Hew Hnveu, Conn.
Milwaukee Mechanics Ins. Oo., Milwaukee, Wis
ftonnan rirelns. Coof Peoria, 111.
Office Cor. 18th St., and Second Aire.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . . .
The old Fire and Time-tried Companies
Losses Promptly Paid.
Rates as low as any reliable company can afford.
Your Patronage U solicited.
ook's Cotton Root
A recent discovery by an old
physician. Successfully nsed
monthly by thousands of la
dies. Is the only perfectly
. ssfe and reliable medicine
discovered. Beware of pn-
nrincinled dniL'tti"t8 who of
fer Inferior medicines in Dla.ee of this. Ask for
Cook's Cotton Root Comfol'nd, take uo substi
tute. or inclose f 1 and A cents in postage in letter,
and we will send, sealed, by return mail Full
scaled particulars in plain envelope, to ladies
only. 2 t tamps. Address
V POND LILLY COMPANY.
No. 3 Fisher Block, Detroi. Mich.
Bold in Kock Island br Marshall & tfishci. !
per House. Harts A Batineen. th street and 3o
ave..and druggists everywhere.
GEO. P. STATJDUHAR,
Plans and superintendence for all class of
Rooms 53 and SS, Mitchell A Lynde building
Bvtbe wonderful SOlTHWoRTH FREEZER.
Da ten ted March 1893. All kinds of lees made In
stantly. The greatest selling article manafao
red. Agents are aclliug 20 per week. Price $5.
Hk" "rr Salesmen wanted
Address Tne donthworth Freezer C J. Box 351,
Stidilittowu. N. Y.
tPJi 'ITiV y t0j.-iT A Marvelioualnvlao
ZwZtt.&offitf CATQN.a W! . sttro.Ms
All day at her wheel
With distaff and reel.
From daylight's beginning
Is toiling and spinning.
And Madam Arachne 's a beautiful spinner.
Bnt oh. If yon knew how she gets her fine din
ner I'm sure yon wonld think her a miserable sin
ner! Madam Arachne
All day at her loom
In sweet cherry bloom
Sits watching and weaving.
Her work never leaving.
And Madam Arachne' a beautiful weaver.
But oh, if you knew what a cruel deceiver'
She is and will be you could never believe her.
All day in her home
Bids strangers to come.
Her doors open flinging
"With crooning and singing.
And Madam Arachne. to all who go faring.
Is boasting her parlor and table unsparing;
But whoso shall enter sups woe for his daring!
Zitella Cocke in AVide Awake.
A Terrifying Experience.
I will remember as long as I live that
when I was serving as an apprentice I was
called upon to join a party of watchers in a
room where the body of a stout old gentle
man lay resting on a cooling board to await
the preparation of a special sized coffin.
It was my duty to accompany one of the
young ladies present, who carried the
light into the room where the body lay,
and occasionally moisten a cloth with anti
septic fluid that was spread over the face
of the dead. It was a bitter cold night
and the wind was howling mournfully
without and creaking doors and shaking
windows. As we passed in before the
body and I raised the covering from the
dead man's face my companion acciden
tally jogged the board, and instantly fol
lowing the motion a low guttural sound
proceeded from the mouth of the dead
body which nearly paralyzed us with
My companion shrieked. I imagined I
saw the Hps move and the eyelids quiver;
the cold sweat oozed from my forehead in
huge beadlike drops. All the watchers
came in and an investigation ensued. It
was only the exit of some air in the body
that was started by the shaking of the
body on the loard, but it was a terrible
ordeal to me, I can assure you. Interview
in Philadelphia Press.
Tbe Manufacture of Shops.
The essentials of a shoe are the upper,
the sole, the counter or heel stiffening and
the heel. These parts are again subdivided
iuto the "vamp" for covering the front of
the foot; the large and the small quarters
for encircling the ankles, the button piece,
etc. The work of the shoemaker is to pre
pare and close these various parts of the
upper and the linings together, to bring
them into the desired shape, to fasten
them to the sole which has been previous
ly cut, to attach tbe heel and then to give
the various parts the desired finish and
style. These processes indicate the lines
along which machinery had to be applied.
All the operations have been subdivided
to the minutest detail, and in the perform
ance of all of them machines, more or less
satisfactory in their workings, have been
devised. The parts of the uppers are now
sewed together by machinery, and they are
pegged, sewed or screwed to the sole by
machinery. Instead of the lapstone and
the hammer for condensing the leather are
row swiftly revolving rollers, and instead
of the patterns for rutting out the soles
are dies or sole shaped knives set in ma
chines. George A. Rich in Popular Science
To Prevent Diamond Stealing.
1 At the South African diamond mines the
system employed for the prevention of
theft is highly elalmrate. The workmen
are hired for a certain term, during which
they are imprisoned, when not engaged at
their labors, in a compound. Every night
each man is obliged to divest himself of
every stitch of clothing, which is carefully
searched before lie puts it on again the
next morning, and he receives a blanket
to cover himself with. Previous to dis
missal at the close of their contract, the
laborers are subjected to a physical exam
ination of such an ignominious description
that no white man would endure it.
The laws make the punishment of dia
mond stealing as severe as for homicide.
Nevertheless, the I)e Heers company counts
upon losing 10 per cent, of its output by
robbery, and dealers in stolen sparklers tlo
a large business through the neighboring
Transvaal. Interview in New York Sun.
The Romans were very much addicted
to sausages made at Lucania. The meat
used was pork and a good quantity of ba
con, pounded in a mortar, with pepper,
cummin, winter savory, and moistened
with garuin, to which were added a few
pine nuts. It has been pointed out that
the Romans when they used breadcrumbs
took care that the bread should be of the
very finest kind, and that before, it was
mingled with the sausage meat it should
be soaked in wine. This was a most sensi
ble precaution against the contingency of
the bread passing through a sour stage of
fermentation, in which case it would be
undeniably unwholesome. London Tele
graph. The Duke's Spelling.
The duke of , out of feelings of grati
tude, we may assume, gave a testimonial
to the proprietors of a patent cure for
snoring, and they naturally enough cir
culated a lithographed copy of the letter
by way of advertisement. The result is
that everybody is asking where the duke
went to school. And the duke, we are
told, recognizing the fact that the word
"effcaccious" has a strange look in print,
has vowed never to pen another testimonial
without a dictionary at his elbow.
Mr. John Harding, of Leeds, England,
has collected over 40, consisting of nearly
2U.0UU pennies, for local charitable institu
tions, lie never accepts more than ,i penny,
although he be offered as much as a sover
eign. Teak timber is now being used so ex
tensively that in less than ten years the
forests of llurniah and tiiaru will be prac
The loco weed, which is abundant, in
western Kansas, has a peculiar fascination
for cattle, upon which it exerts an intoxi
Careful scientific investigations siiow
that the average speed of the transmission
of earthquake shocks is nearly 10,000 feet
Copper plate engraving was first done in
1311, wood engraving in 1790, etching on
metal with acid in 1013.
The great difficulty, both in ballooning
and aeration, is to get a sufficiently light
AN EXPERIENCE WITH CHICKENS.
The Creature Were Flacked and Beady
to Be Sent Away, bat They Staid
"The Incident of my life which im
pressed my mind most deeply was a calam
ity that befell my immediate family dur
ing my early boyhood," said a govern
ment official to a reporter. "My father
was a farmer. We kept chickens about
200 in number the eggs and tender prog
eny of which were sent to market and
formed a not inconsiderable fraction of the
"It is said that a well managed hen will
produce a clear profit of two dollars yearly.
Bueh an estimate is a trifle exaggerated,
for no fowls were ever more carefully and
economically bred, fed and cared for than
ours, and we thought that they did excel
lently when they earned a boat f 125 a year.
How far that sum went to supply neces
saries any one can imagine who has been
brought up to agricultural pursuits.
"On a farm the 'hen money' that is, the
cash obtained by the sale of eggs and
birds is customarily regarded as belong
ing to the women folks.-In our case it
oougut ciomes tor my motuer ana my lit-
tie sisters, providing many small luxuries
also, and leaving each year a goodly sum
io be put away in a long and mysterious
stocking, where the family savings were
kept. Our flock of chickens was, in short,
equivalent to a safe investment in bonds,
from which a regular income could with
certainty be drawn. My earliest occupa
tion was to insist la taking care of them.
It was my task to search for hidden and
surreptitious nests in the barn and else
where, and as soon as I was big enough I
made traps to capture the rata and other
vermin which preyed upon the young ones
when they could
"Vithou further preface let me say
that one summer, at the season when the
fruit was ripe, my mother made a great
quantity of 'cherry bounce,' for the brew
ing of which she was famous. After com
pleting the process she directed me to
throw the refuse of fermented cherries
away and I did so. I threw the stuff near
the chicken houses, thinking that the
fowls might relish it. loiter on we heard
a good deal of excited quawking from
that direction, but paid no particular at
tention to it. After supper I went out, as
was my usual duty, to see that the poultry
had gone to roost all right for the night.
You can imagine my astonishment and
dismay when I found all of the chickens
hens, roosters, pullets and cockerels
scattered in and around the chicken houses,
every one of them dead.
"I need not dwell upon the consternation
occasioned in the family by this appalling
misfortune. Two hundred fowls, which a
short time before had been apparently as
healthy as any poultry that ever scratched
for worms in a barnyard, were stiffening in
death. It was no time to indulge in un
profitable grief, however. As my mother
suggested, while drying her eyes with her
apron, the only thing to do was to pluck
them immediately and send them to mar
ket in the morning.
"With all hands busily engaged we fin
ished the job by 1 a. m., stacking up tbe
plucked chickens on tables and in corners.
It was a melancholy task, but we tried to
console ourselves with the reflection tLat
the money they brought for flesh and
feathers would purchase a fair nucleus for
a new flock. So tired were we that none
of us woke up until afterti, which is pretty
late for farmers. I was the first to go down
stairs. To my amazement and horror the
results of our labors f the previous even
ing had vanished. Of tbe 300 neatly picked
fowls which we had made ready for mar
ket not one remained. The kitchen door,
left accidently unfastened tbe night be
fore, now swung wide, opening through
the woodshed to the garden, and allowed
how the robbers had entered.
"Just as I was on the poiut of giving the
alarm I heard a familiar 'cock-a-doodle-doo!'
and a most remarkable looking crea
ture, which I hesitated momentarily to
identify as a bird, hopped upon the
threshold and crowed thrice. I ran to the
door of the woodshed and there, in the
garden, were all of our chickens 200 of
them, plucked, but none the less alive
busily scratching up the vegetable. A
family council, quickly summoned, found
no difficulty in analyzing the situation.
.Evidently the fowls had fed upon the fer
mented cherries, which I had thrown
where they could get them, and when we
had supposed them dead they were in
reality dead drunk. While we were asleep
they recovered and walked out of doors.
Happily none of them seemed to be in
jured at all by the process of plucking
they had just undergone. The hens kept
on laying just as well and the roosters
were as proud as ever. In fact, my mother
afterward said that the feathers brought
her a considerable profit, and she seemed
to think that perhaps chickens would yield
better returns as a matter of ordinary busi
ness if they were deprived of their plumes,
like sheep of their wool, at judicious In
tervals." Washington Star.
Beware of imitotions. and do not be
deceived by misrepresentation. Ask for
Allcock's, and let no solicitation or ex
planation induce you to accept a substitute.
To Young Mother
who are for trie first time to undergo
woman's severest trial, we offer you, not
the stupor caused by chloroform, with
rick of death for vourself or your dearly
lovtd and longed-for offspring, but
"Mother's Friend," a remedy weich will,
if used as directed, invariably alleviate
the pains, horrors and risks of labor, and
often entirely do away with them. Sold
by Hartz & Bahnscn.
5Pure and Wholesome Quality.
Commends to public approval tbe Cali
fornia liquid laxative remedy. Syrup of
Figs. It is pleasant to the taste, and by
acting gently on the kidneys, liver and
bowels to cleanse tbe system effectually,
it promotes tbe health and comfort of all
who use it, atd with millions it is tbe
best and only remedy. For sale by
Mile' Nerve and Liver Fills.
Act on a new principle regulating tbe
liver, stomach and bowels through the
nerves. A new discovery. Dr. Miles'
Pills speedily cure billiousness, bad taste,
torpid liver, piles, constipation. Un
equalled for men, women, children.
Smallest, mildest, surest I 50 doses 25
cents. Samples free at Hartz & Bahn
Sick Beadaebe and relieve all the trouble mof
dent to a bilious etate of the system, such a
XHsziness, Nausea, Drowsiness. Distress after
eating. Pain in the Bido, Ac. While their moat
TemarkaMe success has been shown in curing
Headache, yet Carter's Little Liver Fills ai
equally valuable in Constipation, curing and pre
venting this annoyingcomplaint, while they also
correct all disorders of thetoniach3tiniulate th
liver and regulate the bowels. Evenii they only
Aclialhey would bo almost priceless to fhomwM
suffer from thisdistressing complaint; but fortu
nately theirgoodnoaa does no'.end h.ra,anU those
vrb Joncetry them will And these little pills valu
fibieinaoxany wars that they will not be wil
Una to do without them. But after allslck heat
fls the bane of so many lives that here I s where)
I we make our great boast. Our pills cure it while
Others do not. ,
Carter's Little liver Pills are very small and,
very easy to taUe. One or two pills mske a dosa.
They are strictly vegetable and do no gripe or
purge, but by Uioir gentleaction pleaae all who
use them. In viols at 25 cents; five f-r$L SOU
by druggists everywhere, or sunt by t tail.
CARTER MEDICINE CO.. Nw York.
SMALIPUL SMALL DOSE. SMALL PRICt
Hl IIWIMH BFYS
ear a a sbbi wm
For Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Cogs, Hogs, J
500Page Book on Treatment of Animal
and Chart beat Free,
rritimj Fevers, Con(retttion. Inflammation
A. A. Spinal AI wninirit in. Milk Fever.
H. H. strain. LtmrnrnH. Kheamatissa
'.('. IMnlrmprr, Nasal Dischargee
It.O. Hots or (irubs. Worms.
.. K. 'na ehM, Heaves, Pne-amonla
F.F.'olic or Or i pes. Bellyache.
11.11. I rinarr and Kidney Diseases
I. I. Krnolive Diseases, Mange.
J. K.. Diseases of Digestion, Paralysis.
Single Bottle (over 50 doeeeh - - .60
Stable Case, with Specifies. Manual,.
Veterinary Cure Oil and Med lea tor. 7.0
Jar Veterinary Care Oil. - l.Od
Sold by DranMif r mt prepaid asjsfcere mm4 ! mmj
SMllty nvrtp f srlry.
UraPHRKTM' HKD.CO., Ill A HtWIUIasiSt.,IlrwTrfc.
Id use 30 years.
The only successful remedy for
Nervous Debility. Vital Weakness.
and Prostration, from over-work or otber causes.
l per vial, or 6 vials and large vial powder, for C4
Sold ty brugKlsM, or ani ptstitatd on reowtpt ol price.
TBPHKKT8'Br:D.ro.,lll A11S WUUajB St., Hew Xsrfe,
STATE SAVINGS BANK.
Office Corner Fifteenth street and Third Ave.
Succeeds the Uoline Savings Bank. Organised 1369
5 PEE CENT. INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS.
Orgauized under State Laws.
open from 9 a. m. to 8 p. m., and Wednesday and
Sutnntay uighte from 7 to 8.
Porter Skixhsr, - - President
. A rs w worth, - - V ice-President
F. Hbmbnwat, ... cashier
Porter Skinner. W. W. Wells,
O. A. Rose, H. A. Ainworth,
Q.H- Edwards, W H. Aii.im.
Andrew Ir'riberg, P. F. tlemenway,
STATE OF ILLINOIS,
Rock Island County.
In the County Court of paid Rock Island County.
In the matter of tiie assignment of Tlie Northern
Mining and Railway company. Petition by
1 hotuas 8. Silvis, assignee, to sell real estate.
Notice is hereby siven that under the deed of
assignment made by said i be Northern Mining
and Railway company to Thomas S. Silvia as as
signee, and by virtue of the decrees of said court
entered in tbe above entitled proceeding on tbe
1 tin day o( June, A. u. mn, anu-on tne lu uay r
Aiiunst. A. IK 1893. 1 shall on Saturday, the
17th day of September A. D. 1892 at the hour of
one o clock in the afternoon, at tbe north door of
tbe court house. In the city of Iiork Island, in
said county of itnek Island, sell at public vendue,
to tbe highest bidder for cash in haud. al tbe
right, title and interest or said Thomas S. feilvis,
acsigoee of said The Northern Mining and Ka'l
way company, in and to those certaiu parcel of
laud, situate in the County of Knck Inland and
state of Illinois, ki.own and described as follows.
Lots No. one U I and two (2) block six (CI n
the Town o." Hampton .
Dated St Rock Island, III., this 17 in day of
August, A. 1. 1839
Assignee of the Northern Mining and Railway
Estate of Lawrence rlengpr. Deceased.
Tbe undersigned having been appointed admin
istratrix of tne estate of Lawrence Seoirer.
late of the cotin'y of Rock Island, state of Illinois.
deceased.hereby Bives notice that she will appear
before tbe county court or kock lenina connty, at
the offlce of the clerk of said court, in the city of
Rock Island, at the October term, on tue first
Monday in October next, at which lima
all persons having cUima against said estate are
nolilledand requested o attend, for the purpose
of having the same adjusted.
All persons inaenied te saiu estate are reques
ted to make immediate payment to tne under
Dated tnis atu any or auk., a. u. ishs.
Estate of Otto F. Khlerg, Deceased.
The undersigned, having been aoDOinted ev
ecntorof the last wlllaud testament of Otto F.
Ehlets, late of tbe county of Rock Inland, state
Illinois, deceased, hereby eives notice that be will
appear before the conntycourt of Rock Inlai '
county, at the offlce of the clerk of said court. In
the city cf Rock Island, atthe Novembtr.erm.cn
the First Monday in November next, at wbich time
all persons having olaims against said estate nie
notided and requested to attend for the purpose of
bavlng the same adjusted. All persons iud joied
to said estate are requested to make immeuiutc
payment to the undersiirned.
Dated tnis 24tb day of August. A. D. 1899.
rtreet). where adver-
I sing eontraeta
.ay forma en
Vo t GEO, P.
Bupeau Ii Spruce
r i O
We Offer You a Seined jf
which Inure Safety to
JAfe cf Mother end Child.
" MOTHER'S FR END "
Jtobm Vonflnetm r-1 Ok -
Paint Horror a ziA II iek
After usingonebottleof Mother's FrindM t
Suffered but Itttle pain, an.l Ji 1 u experti-uce that
weakness afterward usual la such case.. Mr.
AjmiE GiOt', Lamar, Mo., Jan. 15th, 1391.
Sent by express, charges prepaid, on receipt of
price, (1 .SO per bottle. Uoul to Mottiers mailed free.
BBADl'ILLD HFC IE. A TO It CO.,
SOLD BX ALL DBDOi""
SOLD BT HASfZ A BAHHSEH
Will Our any
IT WILL MOT
t YOU TAKB
f SOO Rewarel for aa
laiuriea substance fee.)
as we say. beat poatpaia
a receipt of prise.
NORMAN LIOHTY. FAMILY OM-WT.
DM Moinaa. iowa.
For sale by all druggistt. Hartz & Babnsen
LABOR. TIME, MONEY
Use it your own way.
It is the best Soap made
For W ashing Machine use.
WARNOCK & RALSTON,
You are digging your own graves by the cou
stant use of vicious drugs and pills. StoDl Send
immediately for our electric device "Electrode."
Simple to use and certain in action, used with
impunity at any period, a perfect protection to
health. TJse this and avoid the horrible effects of
constant drugging, electricity will not fail- It
is instant relief and a permanent cure for all fe
male weakness. Pjice $2 Will be sent on trial
to anyone sending 50 cents to pay for sending
and soiling. When convinced of its value send
balance $1 60. Sent sealed.
LONDON ELECTRIC CO., Peoria 111.
P. O. Box, 415.
:l I ;ri
Chicago. Minneapolis and St. Paul
Via tbe Famous Albert Lea Route.
St. Louis, Minneapolis and St. Paul
Via St. Louis. Minneapolis A St. Paul Short Line.
Through Sleepers and Chair Cars
KANSAS CITY, MINNEAPOLIS AND ST. PAUL,
PEORIA, CEDAR RAPIDS AND SIOUX FALLS, DAK.
CHICAGO AND CEDAR RAPIDS
Via tbe Famous Albert Lea Route.
THE SHORT LINE
v?5 SPIRIT LAKE
The Great Iowa Stammer Resort.
For Railway and Hotel Kates, Descriptive
Pamphlets aud all information, address
Oeu'l Ticket and I'asseiiger Agent.
fob CHEAP HOMES
On line of this roiui in Northwestern Iowa,
Southeastern Minne.sota and Central Dakota,
where drought and crop fuiltires ure unknown.
Thousands of choice acres ot land yet umold.
Local Excursion rates given. For full informa
tion as to prices of land and rates of tare, address
Uenl Ticket and Passenger Agent.
All of the Passeuger Trains oil all Divisions ol
this Railway are Ileal ed ly steam from the
engine, and the Main Line iJav Passenger 1'raint
are lighted with the Electric Light.
Mai.s. Time Tables. Through Kates and all In
fo! ma; it m luruiHheil on application to Agents.
Tickets on sale over this rottte at all prominei
points in the Union, and lv it.s Agents, to all
parts of the United suites atid Canada.
4For announcements of Excursion Kates,
and local matters ot Interest, please refer to the
local columns of this paper.
. J. IVCS, - rf. t. HANNIGAN,
Vrss't 4 Gen'l Supt. Oea'l Tkt. Pass, Agb
CEDAR RAPID).' IOWA,
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
way Depot corner Fifth avenno
first street. Frank H. Plnmnier, agent.
Council Bluffs A Uinneso- n
ta Day Express I 1 :05 am
Kansas City Day Express. .. j 10:37 .
Washington Express... 12;2j im
Council bluffs o Jttinneso- ;
ta T--ess........ ...... (
Omaba and Denver Vetti-1
bule kxpress (
Kansas Cuy Limited
Btnart and i aSalle Kxpres.
4:li am f
5:45 vm u
Dally. tGoingeaet. Going wt-ei
BURLINGTON ROUTE-C, B. A w
way Depot First avenue and Bixieer"? .
M.J. Tonng, agent. . eeC.t,t
1 ' .
eu Louie Express e :40 air
Bi..Louis nxpress. .......... 7:97 pm
St. Paul Kxpres..
Beardstovm Passenger. ...
Way Freight (Monmouth) . .
Pterlinr Psssenper. ........
7 :55 am
11 :-J0 am
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE A ST. PAVL RAIL
way Kacine A Southwestern Division iw
pot Twentieth street, between First and Scol
avenue. B. D. W. Holmes, agent. "
TRAINS. Lxavb. Aebiti
Mail and Express..... 7:45arL S:Wp,
St. Paul Express 2:lupm ll iiL
Ft.efc Accommodation....... S:00pir 10.ietB
Ft. A Accommodation ?:8Bif S:iora
ROCK ISLAND A PEORIA RAILWAY
pot First avenue and Twentieth a'.reet ?
H. Rockwell, Agent. '
TRAINS. hin. asriti.
Fast Mall Express 8:C5am 7:Trjo
Express 2:90 pm 1 pD
Cable A ceo mmodatiou 9:10am 3 :r .1 pn
" 4:00 pm S:0n a
URLINGTON. CEDAR RAPIDS NORTH
ern Railway Depot Front and Brady tr:-.
Davenport, J. K. Uannegan, geneial ticket aid
TRAINS. Lgv. iARHive.
Mail and Express 4:55 pm l):4tTa
Freight. 3:00m ' i:4Sgi
MOST DIRKCT ROUTE TO THE
East. South and Southeast.
I AST BOCKO.
Lv. Rock Island..
Prince ville . . .
1 Fast M'l.
111 !15 am
3 :i cm
d :sT pm
3 :57 pm
4 :3S pm
4 :rA Dm
1 5 :40 pm
1:15 pm 9:15 pm
IS -05 n't
I 1 :as am
1 t aaa
6 :55 pm
1 -0 m
11 ":00 pmj
Lv.Peoria 110:10am 3:50pm
Ar. Rock Island I 1 :8ft pm T :05 pm
Accommodation trains leave Rock Is'and at
o :00 a. m. and 6 20 p. m ; arnve at Peoria S :50 p .
m. and 1 :15 a. m. Leave Peojia 6:00 a. m. ana
7:15 p. m; arrive Rock Island 4:00 p. m. and l:iS
ah trains run a any except sunaay.
All nasseeer traiua arrive and depart Union
Free Chair car on Fast Erpres between Rock
Is'ond and Peoria, both directions.
Through tickets to all points; baggage cnecxea
Lt. Rock Island ; .10 4.00 psi
Arr. Reynolds 10 1 ami 5.05 pm
4 Cable 11.00 ami 5.40 pm
Lt. Cable 8.20 am 1J0 pm
Ar. Reynolds 7 00 am. 1.45 pm
Bock Island 7.55 am i.00 pm
H. B. SUDLOW. . T'X-'KHOCSS.
Superintendent. r--ssc": Tkt. Agec
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The Direct Route to and from Chicago. Jollet. Ottawa,"
Peoria. La Salle, Holine. Rock Island, in ILLINOIS;
Davenport, Muscatine. Ottumwa, Oskaloosa, Dea
Moines, Winterset, Audubon, Ilarlau aod Council
Bluffs, In IOWA ; Minneapolis and St. Paul, la MIX
KESOTA; Watertown and Sioux Falls, in DAKOTA ;
Cameron, St. Joseph and Kansas City, in MISSOURI :
Omaba, Lincoln, Fairbury and Nelson, in NEBRASKA:
Atchison, Leavenworth, Hortou. Toieka. llutchiuson.
Wichita, Belleville, Abilene, Dodge City, Caldwell, in
KANSAS; KtnfrBsher, El Reno ar.d Minco, in INDIAN
TERRITORY ; Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo,
in COLORADO. Traverses new areas of rich farming
and grazing lands, affording tbe best facilities of inter
communication to all towns and cities east and west,
northwest and southwest of Chicago and to Pacific and
VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS
Leading all competitors in splendor of equipment,
between CHICAGO and DES MOINES, COUNCIL
BLUFFS and OMAHA, and between CHICAGO and
DENVER, COLORADO SPRINGS and PCEBLO, is
KANSAS CITY and TOPEKA and via ST. JOSEPH
First-Class Day Coaches, FREE RECLINING CHAIK
CARS, and Palace Sleepers, with Dining Car ServKe.
C'lose connections at Denver and Colorado Springs with
diverging railway lines, now forming the new and
TRANS-ROCKY MOUNTAIN ROUTE
Over which superbly-equipped trains run daiiy
TH ROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE to and from S.lt
Lake City. Cgdcs and San F-nclaco. THE KOC K
ISLAND is also the Direct ana' Favorite Line to an J
from .anitou, rite's Peak and all other sauittry aud
scenic resorts and citka and mining districts In Colorado
DAILY FAST EXPRESS TRAINS
From St. Joseph and Kansas City to and from nil im
portant towns, cities and sections in Southern Nebraska
Kansaa-and the Indian Territory. Also via ALBKKT
LEA ROUTE from Kansas City and Chicago to Wstrr
town. Sioux Falls, MINNEAPOLIS and ST. PAUL
connections for all points north and northwest betrn
tbe lakes and the Purine Coast.
For Tickets. Map"., Polders, or desired InfiTmstioD
apply to any Coupon Ticket Office tn the United St-tes
or Canada, or address
S. SY. JOHN, JOHN SEBASTIAN,