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E. E. PARMEXTER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW Office in Mitchell &
, Lynde'c new block,
JACKSON & IIUK8T,
ATTORNEYS AT UW. Office In Rock Islacd
National Bank Building. Rock Inland. IU.
. D. aWTKKBY. O. fc. WAtKBa.
SWEENEY & WALKER,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT UW
Offlce in Bengston'e block. Rock Island. 111.
McENLRY & MeESlRt.
ATTORNEY'S AT LAW-Lon poney oneood
rarity, make collections Rcf e rence. Mitch
ell Lynde. bankers. Offloe in Poctofnce block.
S. W. ODELL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW Formerly of Port Byron.
Vnd dnrlns the past two years with the firm of
Browning tfc Eutriken at Moline, has now opened
an offlce in the Auditorium buudiog. room 5, at
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Office McCullough Building, 1M W. 3d St.
Hoars: 9 to 11 am; 1 to 4 pm.
DR. E. B. JOHNSTON,
Office, 223 Brady St., Davenport,
fOVEB RBTH0LD3 GirTOBD'.
orR,f From 9 to IS a. m.
"HOURS .. 3to4 pm.
Diseases of Women a Specialty.
Drs. Myers & Holderead,
Physicians and Surgeons,
oeeialtles Surgery and Diseases of Women.
Corner Second avenue and Fifteenth street
Telephone, ir. umcunourscitums.
7 to 9.
Dr. Myer9, from 10 to 11 am and 3 to 5 pm : Snn
dav 12 to 1 ; residence 2nd ave : telephone laou.
Dr. Holderead, from 8 to 10 am and 1 to 8 pm ;
Bnnday. 8:) to 10:3 ; residence at oMce; tele
R, Mi PEARCEi
Room 33 in Mitchell A Lynda's new Jblock.
DR. J. Ei HAWTHORNE,
Teeth extracted without pain by the new
"no 1716 Second avenue, over Krell Math's.
DRSi B1CKEL &SCHOEMAKER
Mitchell & Lynde's Block. Rooms 29-81.
A. D. HUESING,
Represents. smonsrather Hme-trled and wel
kiown Fire Insurance Companies he following:
Royal Insurance Company, of England.
Weachester Fire Ins. Company of N. Y.
Buffalo German Ins. Co., Buffalo, I. Y.
Rochester German Ins. Co., Rochester, H . Y.
Ctttsens Ins. Co., of Pittsburgh, Pa.
Ban Fire Office. London.
Onion Ins. Co., of California,
Security In.. Co.. New Hiven, Conn.
Milwaukee Mechanics Ins. Oo., Milwaukee, Wis
German rire Ins. Co-, of Peoria. 111.
Office Cor. 18th St., and Second Are.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . . .
The old Fire and Time-tried Companies
Lossss Promptly Paid.
Rates as low as any reliable company can afford.
Your Patronage ! solicited.
ook's Cotton Root
A recent dlroverv bv an old
' physician. Successfully used
mnniDi uy iduufhuub 'i in
dies. Is the only perfectly
.safe and reliable mert'clne
discovered. Beware of on-
n.lnNiUil A tii . t a hA nf-
fer Inferior medicines In place of this. Ask for
Cook's Cottow Root Compookb, take no suost i-
tnte.or Inclose t ana o conn iu ui.B ... ".
and we will send, sealed, by return mall Full
alsil parucniar m fm.t . v. i-v, w .
. . stamp.. - - rPVPAKT.
No. 3 fisher Block, Detrou Mich.
Sold in Kock Island by Marshall & Fi.hei. P
ier Uoose. Harts & Bahnsen. )th etreet and 80
ivw- and druggists everywhere.
ICE CREAM yTeconds
By the wonderful? SOCTHWoRTH FREEZER,
oiented March I8M. All kinds of Ices made iu
laantly. The greatest selling article Tnanarae
Wred. Agents are selling SO per week. Price 5.
8" nA County Oq 1 pcTTl RT1 W3 nt.P.fl
r saie. uuu. --uuj 77 T-T
Tne douthworth FreeaerCJ. Box
iddietowu, N. Y.
GEO. P. STAUDTJHAR,
swri and superintendence for all claas of
Rooms 63 and 55, Mitchell tt Lynde building
FILCHED THE CKOWN.
A BK.D ATTEMPT TO STEAL THE
BRITISH ROYAL JEWELS.
The Daring Thieves Who Undertook to
Carry Off the Insignia of British Roy
alty and Very Nearly Succeeded What
llecame of Them Afterward.
Perhaps one of the most daringly con
ceived and executed robberies in history is
that which occurred in the yearl673, when
the bold attempt -was made by Colonel
Blood and his associate to get away with
the crown, orb and scepter of English roy
alty. One is almost tempted to wish that
the scheme curried so far had been a suc
cess a feeling engendered no doubt by the
instinctive sympathy that humanity feels
with any who attempt a daring deed.
Blood was no ordinary thief or burglar.
As his title indicates he had served his
king and his country in the army, and had
been a gallant officer. His confederates
were ono Parrott, a silk dyer, who had
seen some fighting in the civil war be
tween Roundheads and Cavaliers, and a
young man named Hunt, a son-in-law of
the colonel. Blood fancied he had a griev
ance against the king, alleging that he
had not been sufficiently paid for his serv
ices. He had indulged in plots against
the king and the Duke of Ormonde, which,
failing, he bethought himself of the crown
jewels as offering rich plunder as well as
his coveted revenge.
His plan was ingenious. Attired in a
parson's habit and accompanied by a
woman, who posed as his wife, he visited
the Tower of London ami requested to be
shown the regalia. The warden, a Mr.
Edwards, received them courteously and
conducted them to the jewel tower. While
they were inspecting the symlxjls of roy
alty the woman pretended to be suddenly
seized with severe pain and fell in a faint.
Sympathet-tc, yet cautious, Edwards sent
his wife for restoratives, but did not leave
the apartment. Mrs. Blood soon recovered
sufficiently to be able to stand, but aa she
was still weak she was invited into the
house to rest awhile.
The "parson" and his lady returned in
three or four days with a gift of some
gloves as an evidence of gratitude to their
kindly hosts, and from this sprang a
friendship and intimacy which ultimately
culminated in the proposition by Blood of
a match between his nephew (really his
son-in-law) and "that, pretty gentlewom
an," Edwards' daughter. Edwards was
immensely pleased with the idea, and in
vited the parson and his wife to dinner the
next day, when the final arrangements
were to be made, ostensibly for the en
gagement of the young people, but in real
ity for the theft of the regal jewels.
At the hour appointed Colonel Blood, his
"nephew" and two friends, of whom Par
rot was one, appeared at the Tower, and
were met by Edwards with acordial greet
ing. Edwards was arrayed in purple a d
fine linen for the occasion, or, as we should
put it nowadas, he was "got up regard
less." To pass the time until dinner was
ready they went into the jewel house,
leaving the "nephew" at the door as a sen
tinel. Once inside work was quickly be
gun. A cloak was thrown over Edwards
and a wooden gag forced into his mouth,
an iron hook leiiig used to close the nos
trils and prevent him from making the
slightest noise. He was told that to resist
meant death, but nevertheless lie kicked,
straggled and tried in every way to give
the alarm. He was then knocked on the
head with a mallet, a dagger was plunged
into his breast nnd the conspirators be
lieved him dead.
One man put the globe into his breeches
pocket. Blood hid the crown under his
cloak and the third man tried desperately
to file the scepter in too, it being too long
to carry away in its entirety. While all
this was going on Edwards' son, who had
just returned from the sea, reached the
Tower. He was met by the sentinel, who
asked him his business, to which Edwards
replied that he belonged to the house. Sup
posing that the young man wished to see
his father, the warden, Edwards went up
stairs nnd promised to send his father
down. Hunt, the "sentinel," immediately
gave the alarm and the conspirators took
flight. The old man Edwards, who had
only been feigning death, immediately
puKed the gag from his mouth and yelled
"Murder! Treason!" His daughter heard
the outcry and rushed to his side. Seeing
her father wounded she immediately ran
out upon Tower hill and cried: "Treason!
The crown is stolen!"
The alarm being thus given Blood nnd
lis companions found themselves in dan
ger. They nudged each other's arms and
thereby aroused suspicion, whereupon
they quickened their steps. Young Ed
wards and an officer of the Tower named
Captain Beckman were by this time on
the trail of the fugitives, who had got be
yond the main guard. The alarm was
again given and the sentry at the draw
bridge challenged the men. Blood drew
a pistol and discharged it at the soldier,
who was so terrified that he immediately
dropped. At the wardhouse, for aome
unaccountable reason, no effort was made
to s; the thieves, nnd they gained the
Then they led the mob in an excited chase
after the miscreants, meanwhile making
their way toward their horses, which were
tied at St. Catherine's gate. Young Ed
Wards and Beckman were close at their
heels, however, and Blood fired his pistol
at Beckman. Beckman dodged the shot
and immediately grappled with his oppo
nent, from under whose cloak he wrested
the crown. Edwards tackled Parrot and
took the globe from him. Hunt and the
other conspirator, however, had stood not
upon the order of their going, and had
reached the horses, upon which they gal
loped away. A cart, however, turned ab
ruptly into the street ahead of them, and
Into this they ran, Hunt being struck in
the head by a pole and dismounted. Both
The ending of the story is as interesting
as the beginning. The king, Charles II,
heard the case himself, and affected to be
much impressed by the gallantry of Blood
and his fellow conspirators. He was in
clined to be clement with them, but when
Blood said in a nonchalant manner that he
did not care for his own life and he ex
pected to suffer the extreme penalty of the
law, but that he belonged to a band of men
sworn to avenge any death among their
number, and that, if he were executed, the
lives of the king and his ministers would
not be worth five minutes' purchase,
Charles gave way completely. He in
continently pardoned the whole gang and,
in addition, settled Blood on an estate in
Ireland and gave him a pension of 500 a
year. All this for "reasons of state."
Poor old Edwards and his Bon, however,
did not fare so nicely. The Old man re
ceived the enormous sum of 200 and his
sou 100 "for signal services to the statel"
Hot Springs.lArkansas .
With the view of placing before aud
within the reach of the suffering the ben
efits of the curative properties of the Hot
Springs in a simple, practical and inex
pensive manner, the manufacturers have,
with the aid of a skillful chemist, synthe
tized all the healing ele orients entering
into the composition of the water in the
form of the medicines which they have
offered to the public.
Realizing that a remedy which offers
the additional advantages of a preventa
tive would be farther reaching and of
more vital importance, they have pi need
upon the market their Hot Springs Skin
Hot Springs Shin Soap acts directly
npon the delicate pores of the body,
sweetens and purifies the skin, thereby
rendering it free from bad odors, pimples,
rashes and other disagreeable and repug
nant manifestations. Hartz & Bahnsen,
wholesale agents. Rock Island.
The Best in the World.
Senator Henry C. Nelson, of New York,
"On the 27th of February. 1833. I wss
taken with a .violent pain in the region of
the kidneys. I suffered such sgony that
I could hardly stand up. As soon as
possible I applied two Alloock's Porous
Piasters one over each kidney, and laid
down. In an hour, to my surprise and
delight, the pain had vanished and I was
weil. I wore the plasters for a diy or
two as a precaution, and then removed
them. -I have been using Allcock's Por
ous Plasters in my family for the Net ten
years, and have always found them the
quickest and best remedy for colds,
strains and rheumatic affections. From
my experience I believe they are the best
plasters in the world."
Dr. Miles' Nervine not only cures all
nervous diseases, headiche, blues, ner
vous prostration, sleeplessness, ncuialgia,
St. Vitus dance, fits and hysteria, but also
builds up the body. "I am pleased to
say that after years of intense suffering
with nervous disease, headache and pros
tration, I tried Dr. Miles' Restorative
Nervine, and in two weeks gaiued eight
pounds in weight. I could not lie down
o sleep, but now sleep perfectly easy,
and am still improving wonderfully.
Cannot say enough for the nervine.
Mrs. L. B. Millard. Dunkirk, N. Y."
"One customer used Nervine and giined
fifteen pounds in flesh. Brown & May
bury, Cortland, N. Y." Trial pottles and
elegant book free at Hartz & Bahnsea'a
For beauty, for comfort, for improve
ment of the complexion, use only Poz
zoni's Powder; thern is notia 4 11 1 tt
DR. C.H. BERRY
Patients Cured by Dr. Berry.
MNs Nelllo Johnson. Morri. 111., rum of
Cntarrli. Mr. C N. Mason. of Kensington, ill.,
cured tf Nervous Oebility. Mrs ' StailTlteld.
itl'i Villi th St.. Chii-a"." cured of Neuralgia.
Mr. J. J. Keller, SMI Warren Ave., Chicugo,
cured of Skin Kisease jiuiples. Mr. D. J.
V, liinaker. i'iydn, O., cured of 'C5-vous Pros
tration. Mr. ('has. Walker. Lyons. Iowa,
cured of Skin Disease, (eczemai of 60 years
duration. Mr. John Larson. SS Court land St.,
Chlcairo, cured of Catarrh uml Neuralfria.
Mr. M. C Murphy. Summit, 111., cured of Skin
rl.se!io (Salt liiieumi. and huii.lre.ls of others.
Tv huso 1 lei uri-s and the history of whose cases
nre all printed in Dr. Herry's book on Chronic
Diseases. Send for one. No charge. A'Ulress
Dr. C. H. Berry, 104 State St.. Chicago, Hi.
REFERENCES BY PERMISSION.
H. H. Coolcv. nf Groernry, Cooiey & Co.
Tnlon Stock Yards, Chicnpo; J. T. Roberts.
Manuimr Huylers. 1'il State St.. Ctilcuro;
Harvey Jenney, of the Ji'inicy-Cirr.hnm Co.,
113 Mu.iison St.. Clilcaro; D. S. Morse, Western
News Co.. Randolph St.. Oiicntro: Robert
Ansley, Chionyo Herald, 1"1 Washinjrton U,
Chicau-o: Robert J.onr, of Marshall i'ield ft Co.,
Washington and State S;s.. ChirMiro; A. V cit
hern. Adamp. West lake Manufacturing Co..
Ontario tind Franklin St.. CMcnro, nnd many
others, all prominentl'iisjnessnicn of Chicago,
whose names and statements are piven iu fail
In Dr. Berry's book on Chronic Diseases.
THE EKlIfiENT CHICAGO SPECIALIST.
TwatsBiul cures Catarrh. Skiu and Nrrvoue
Stilt Rheum, Krai ma, SunerUuous H air. Ulcers,
Tumors, Scrofula nnd all Skin Diseases; Dis
eases or t ho Kar, Catarrh. Rroncldt is. Afthma.
Consumption, and all Diseases of tho Noso.
Throat- and Limps; T.oss of Strength nnd
Vitality, Rackachos, Headaches. Wenknc.ses
of Diflercnt Orpins, Neuraliria. Diseases ot
rh" Kidnevs and Itlndder. Di8::""es of Women
and a 11 Diseases of t he Nervoii System, Nerv
ous Debility and Varicocele.
Dr. Berry Cures Catarrh.
Dr. Berry Cures Skin Di-tecues.
Dr. Berry Cures Nervous Diseases.
Dr. Tterry's Chicago offices are located at 104
State St., 1 'hicago. and he makes a point every
week of publishing now cures of patients In
the Saturday Evening A'eics, Sunday Herald,
Dr. Herry will make a careful examination
of all patients and when their diseases are not
curable, he will frankly tell them so. Noln
curaltle cases accepted for treatment. Free
(r. Berry may be consulted free at the
Moline, Sapt 16th and 17th.
He will not visit Rock Island this time
but will make Molina his nearest stop.
Ton are digging your owe graves by the con
ctant use of vicious drugs and pills. StoD I Bend
immediately for our electric device "Electrode."
Simple to use and certain in action, used with
impnnity at any period, a perfect protection to
health. Use this and avoid the horrible effects of
constant dragging, electricity will not fail. It
is instant relief and a permanent care for all fe
male weaaness. iMice ex. vt 111 ue kdi uu irtai
to anyone sending SO cents to pay for sendina
and soiling. When convinced of lis value send
balance Si GO. Bent sealed.
LONDON ELECTRIC CO., Peons 111.
Jr. O. Box, 4i&.
A Prize Picture Puzzle.
rVPT.AVATIOV. The following picture contains four faces, a man and his three daughters.
Anv one can rind the man's face, but it is not so easy to disanguish the faces of the three young ladies.
The nicture was published in a few newspapers some time a5o,.and attracted considerable attention to
our standard remedies. We now offer a new prire competition in connection with it. As the sole ob-ect
Uto introduce our medicines into new homes, those who entered the jbrmer competition are requested
nc to compete in this one. As to the reliability of "Th9 Ford Pill Co.," and the csumauonm which their
medicineTire held in Toronto, Canada, where th-y are best known, patrons are referred to the daily
SwspTA?iiolcic drusgiiti and leading business houses generally of loronto.
The proprietors of "The Ford Pill Co.," will give nn eTerant pair of Shetland PonleS.
Carriage and Harness, valued at S600, (dehvereU free in any purl ol tile United States,
to tne r-n: ir-n ho can make out the three ouuuiers faces. 1 o the tscond will be giv-trn an elegant
Lady's Cold Watch, set in sapphires and diamond?. To the third will be given a pair of
v-i-iiume Diamond Ear-rincs. To the ,mrt,i will be given a handsome China Dinner
Service, lotne yAwiiibeg:ena Kodak Camera. To the a Swiss Musiq
Box. To the seventh, a French Mantel Clock. io the an dcnt Banquet
Lamp. To the ninth, a pair oi CrOVVn Derby VaSG8. To the a complete LaWfl
TenniS Set, and many other prizes in oruVr of merit, fcvery competitor must cut out the above
l'uzzle l'icture," distinguish the three girls' faces by marking a cross with a lead pencil on each,
and enclose srme with 15 U. S. two-cent st.-.mps for ono of t'ne following "Prire Remedies:"
Ford's Prize IM11S," "Fortl'a Prizo Catarrh. Remedy," or "Ford's Prize
Cough Cure.' Select any oneof the above r-iaeuies you doire. Address The Ford
Pill Co.," Cor. Wellington & Ray Sis., Toronto, Canada. .The person whose envelope is
postmarked first will be awarded the first prlre, and the others in order of merit. As this adver
tisement appears simultaneously throughout the United States, every one has an equal oppor
tunity. To the person sending the lust correct answer will be given an elegant Uprlfrllt Concert
Grand Piano, valued at S300.00. To t!ie first rerson from the ir.st sending a correct answer
will be given a gentleman's fine Gold Suniloz" Watch, which strikes the hours and quarter
hours on small catheHml corn; at pleasure, and valued at 30O.00 To the jrtwrrf from the last, a
first -class Safety BlcS'cle. pneumatic tire. To the third from the last, a first-class English Suot
pun. To the fourth ficm the last, a suite of Parlor Furniture. To the fifth from the last, a
handsome Silver Tea Service. To the sf.rth from the last, an elegant Piano Lamp. To the
sn'erth from the Inst, a binrisome pair of Portieres. To the eighth from the Inst, a genuine
F.ncJish leather travelling Trunk. To the ninth fcoui the lust, two pieces of genuine French
Statuary, and many other prizes in order of merit.
j SPEC! Aj FOR T!ACTT STATE.
A snecinl pr?7e of a SIIU Dross Pattern (sixteen yards, any color), or a first-class
Rewfnsr Machine (any make desiret!) will be given to the first person in each State in the
U. S. who can make out the three tlr.iiclucrs' faces. We shall g-ve away 200 valnahle prizes,
besides special prices, (if there should beso mnny sending correct answers.) Nocharge is made for boxing
and packing of prizes. The rames of ihe lending pHe winners will be published in connection with our
advertisement in learfina: newspapers nevt month. I-Xtra premiums will be given toonly those who are
willing to assist in introducing otir metiicines. Noihirttr is charced for the prires in anv way. They
nre absolutely given away tointroduce and advertise "Ford's Prize Itemed ies." which are stand
ard rneHieines,and will be used in every family for years where they have been once introduced. All
prizes will be awarded strictly in order of merit, anil w:i h perfect satisfaction to the public The remedies
will be scut by mail, pos:paid, and prizes free of duty.
A WATCH FOR EVERY CORRECT AVSWER.
An extra premium of a genuine "Fearless" Watch. ( stem winder.) will be awarded to every
person who sends a correct answer within 30 clays n. er v..-i u-l m:.i cas they should not
be fortunate enontrh to secure one of the larjrer prises. That is, if any one can find the three faces and
enclose them within 30 days from the time this advertisement appears in the newspaper, they are
guaranteed either one of the leading prizes, or an extra premium of a watch on conditions stated.
Sao answer will be noticed that does not contain -?o cents for one of Fowl's Prize Remedies.
Address THE FORD PILL CO, "37," Cor. Wellington & Bay Sts., Toronto, Canada.
LABOR, TIME, MONEY
Use it your own way.
It is the best Soap made
For W ashing Machiue nse.
W4RN0CX & RALSTON.
STATE SAVINGS 'BANK.
Office Corner Fifteenth street and Third Ave,
Succeed the Moline Savings Bant. Organised 1859
5 m mi INTEREST PAID ON DEPOSITS.
Organised under State Laws.
Open from fl a. m. to 8 p. m., and Wednesday and
Satnrday nights from 7 to 8.
Portkr Skishku. - - President
II. A. AmswoBTH, - Vice-President
C. F. Hemenw&y, - Cashier
Porter Skinner. W. W. Wells,
O.A.Rose, A. Ains worth,
Q.ll. Edwardd, W. H. Adams.
Andrew Fnb-rg, f F. Hemcnway,
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L7 n new mnwivu
scientific method that
cannot fall unless tbe
ease Is bevond buman
aid. Yon feel Improved
tbe first day, feel a bene
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yourself a kluct among
men In body, mind ana
heart. Drains and losses
ended. Every obstacle
to happy married life re
moved. Nerve force,
when falling or lost are
restored by this treat,
ment. AH scnalland weak
portions of the body en
larged and strengthened.
Victims of abases and
excesses, reclaim your
manhood ! Sufferer from
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retrain your vlaor! Don't
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ened if qnacks have rob
bed you. betnsBbowrtm
taat luedical science-and
business honor still exist; here go hand In band.
"Write lor on r- Book with explanations a proofs,
mailed soiled frue. Over S.OOO references.
EBIE MEDICAL CO. . BTJITALO. IT. Y.
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t sins' aontraets may
.si touua ..
de GEO. P.
Beau" 'in Spruce
many women suffer from Excessive or
Scant Menstruation; they don t know
who to confide in to get proper advice.
Don't conf.de in anybody but try
a SpaciFic for PAINFUL, PROFUSE.
SCANTY. SUPPRESSED and IRREGULAR
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BRADF1ELD REGULATOR CO.. Atlanta. Ca.
Sold t j all Drocsteta.
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ST WILL MOT
r YOU TAKB
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mb ineso -uapoaies.
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as we say. Seat post pale
a receipt of price,
NORMAN LIOHTY. FAMILY OHBeUST.
Dmm MolnM, Iowa.
For sale b all dratntiatt. Harts A Baaasen
a OU-1T.TTTKT.V nraiea. UIIJ 1 tnE.ll 1
Tb trapa pplfotiw of 8watvss Owiiual wlchopC-
any luterMl rawlicln. WB cur. car r Totcar. Be
Bon, Phllirlsliiets. ra.
Aak jrosr drmecaacftc V
CHIOAfJO, BOCK ISLAND & PAClnc Her
j way Ocpot com-r Fif :h aven ;e- at-1 Tr J.
flrrt Ktr-:et. Frank 11. Plnmraer. Rgcc. '
TRAINS. jtEAT. ;VV
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ta Uav KiDreee 1.1-0'.-,. . ...
Kansas City Day Kxprees...; 10:7 ; ,a
Waehington Kipress.. ... pm
Ctonccn -lulls a. Miancso- l i
ta M--e I 7:4 nm 1
Denver Flyer 11:42 .
Omaha and Denver etti- I
Rtnsaa Clir Limited 4 :is m
Stnart and I asaile Expres 5:45 pm
'Daily. tGoicg east, tfioini; weeT
BUKLINGTON KOUTE-C, E. & t pTTT
way Depot First avennc and Siiu-Vn't it
la.J. VonnK, agent.
j 2.41 an
(5t- Losie Kxprees
Bt. Louis Express.........
Bt. Paul Express
Beardstown Passenger. ..
Way Frelcht (Monmonth) .
St-rHn? i"ti"!(!iiv;r.. ......
Ft: Paul Express
7 :n5 f.n:
5 :3'J am
CHICAGO, JlllWit K.BE & ST. PALL kAI!,
way Racine 4 Southwestern Division
pot Twentieth street, between First acrl c.-,r.
svenne, K. D. W. Holmes, agent.
kali and Kipresr . . . ...
St. Paul Expr-s
Ft. A Accommodation..
Ft. A- Accommodation.
x :0U vn
OCK ISLAND PEORIA RAILWAY DJ
i not First svenns and Twentieth a'.reet. ?
Fast Mall Express
8:15 am 7:i5pa
2:90 pm 1 :: pa
9:10 am 3:f j a
4 :fiO pm R -ns in
BURUNGTON. CEDAR RAPIDS A SOUTH
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Davenport. J. K. Hannegan, general ticket aid
Mail and Express.
4:K5 pm i ln:l" ara
3:0D am I !: sra
MOST DIBKCT BOUTS TO TEB
East. South and Southeast.
Lv. Rock Island.
Camnridge . .
I Fast M'l.
6 :4o am !
II :15 am'
. ! 1:15 pm
. : 3:40 pm
. ' 4 00 pm
. i S:50 pm
. i 6 :55 pm ;
- j :iu pm
. i 1 :20 am
. ' 7 :30 pm
. 11:00 pm
2 :i pm
3: -7 pin
3 :f7 pm
4 :33 pm
4 :55 pm
10 -40 pm
12 -05 il l
10 :() am
7 :35 m
Ar. Rock Island..
. . . I 1 :45 pra
3 :V) pm
7 :05 pm
Accommodation trains leave Rork Is'and at
9:00 a. m. and 6.20 p. m ; arrive at Peoria a :50 p .
m. and 1 :15 a. m. Leave Peo-iia :00 a. m. arM
7 :15 p. m ; arrive Rock Island 4 :G0 p. m. and 1 :i5
All trains mn daily except Snnday.
All passe -cjer trains arrive and depart Union
Free Chair caron Fast Express between Rock
Islond and Peoria, both direclions.
Through tickets to all points; baggage cnecked
through to destination.
Lv. Rock Island D.lQ m 4.00 pm
Arr. Reynolds i 10.20 am 5.08 pm
' Cable 11.00 am 5.40 pm
Lv. Cable e.20 am H.FO pm
Ar. Reynolds 7.00 am' 1.45pm
" Bock Island 7.85 am a.00 pm
H. B. SUDLOW,
Gen'l Tkt. Aget
tJNACCUMNTtO WITH THE OEOSRArHT OF THIS COUNTRY WSJ. MTU
MUCH VAJ 0ABLE INFORMATION FROM A STUDY OF THIS MAP OF THE
CkicaiLO, Eoct Island & Pacific Rj,
The Direct Route to and from Chicago, Joltet, Ottawa,
Peoria, La Salle, Moline. Bock Island, in ILLINOIS;
Davenport, Muscatine, Ottumwo, Oskaloosa, Des
Moines. W'lnterset, Audubon, Harlan and Council
Bluffs. In IOWA: Minneapolis and St. Paul, In MIN
NESOTA; 1Yatr:oarn and Sioux Falls, In DAKOTA;
Cameron, St. Joseph and Kansas City, In MISSOURI:
Omaha, Lincoln, Fairburr nnd Nelson, in NEBRASKA ;
Atchison, Leavenworth. Uortoc, Topeks, Hutchinson.
Wichita. Belleville, Abilene, Dodge City, Caldwell. In
K 4.NSA9 : Klnfrnshcr, El Reno ar.d Mlnco, In INDIAN
TERRITORY; Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo,
in COLORADO. Traverses new areas of rich farming
and crazing lands, affording the best faculties 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 SPRTNGS and PUEBLO, vis
KANSAS CITY and TOPEKA and via ST. JOSEPH.
First-Class Day Coaches, FREE RECLINING CHAIR
CARS, and Palace Sleepers, with Dining Car Service.
Close connections at Denver and Colorado Springs with
diverging railway lines, now forming the new and
TRANS-ROCKY MOUNTAIN ROUTS
Over which superbly-equipped trains ran dally
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE to and from Salt
Lake City. Ogden and San Fxnciwo. THE ROCK
ISLAND la also the Direct ana Favorite Line to snd
from llanltou. Pike's Peak and all other sanitary and
scenic resorts and cities and mining districts In Colorado.
DAILY rAST EXPRESS TRAINS
From St. Joseph and Kansas City to and from all im
portant towns, cities and sections in Southern Kebraska.
Kansas and tbe Indian Territory. Also via ALBERT
LEA ROUTE from Kansas City and Chicago to Water
town. Sioux Falls, MINNEAPOLIS and BT. PAUL,
connsctlong for all points north and northwest between
tbs takes and tbe Pacific Coast.
For Tickets, Maps, Folders, or desired information
apply to any Coupon Ticket Office 1a thr. United Statel
er Canada, or address
E. ST. JOHN, JOHN SEBASTIAN,
Oi Manager. Genl Tkt. t Pass. Agt,