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ATTORNEY AT LAW Office in Mitchell
Lynde'e new block.
JACKSON & HURST,
ATTORKBYS AT LAW. Offlce In Rock Island
National Bank Building. Rock Island. Id.
. d. awiniiT. o-r WAtmlr
SrY EESET & WALKEK,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
Qce In Becgston'e bloek. Rock Island. to.
McEMRY & McEXlRY,
ATTORNEY'S AT LAW Loan money ob !Oo4
ecurity, make collections. Reference. M teh
ell Lynde. bankers, office In Pestoffce Mock.
S. W. ODELl,
ATTORNEY AT LAW Formerly of Port Byron,
and dnrini the past two year with the firm of
Brownin Enlrikin at Moline. ha now opened
an offlee in the Auditorium buLdlcg, room S, at
DR. CHAS. M. ROBINSON,
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Offlce McCnilongh Building. 14 W. 3d St.
PA YEN PORT. I A.
Boars : 9 to 11 am; 1 to 4 pm.
DR. E. B. JOHNSTON,
Office, 223 Brady St., Davenport,
(OTIH RlTSOt-DS GirTORD'fc.l
Diseases of Women a Specialty.
Drs. Myers & Holderead,
Physicians and Surgeons,
Specialties Surgery ar.d Diseases of Women
Corner Second avenue and Fifteenth street
Telephone. If 43. Offlce hours evenings
7 to 9.
Dr. Myers, from 10 to 1"5 am and S to 5 pm : Sun
day It to 1 ; residence 2nd ave : telephone 1-200.
Dr. Holderead, from 8 to 10 am and 1 to 3 pm ;
Sunday. 8:) to 10:8 ; residenco at offioe; tele
R, Mi PEARCE,
Boom S3 In Mitchell A Lynde's new ;block.
DR. J. E. HAWTHORNE,
Teeth extracted without pain by the new
,No1716 Second avenue, over Krell ft Math's.
DRSi B1CKEL &SCHOEMAKER
Mitchell & Lynde'a Block. Rooms 29-31
A. D. HUESING,
Represents, among other time-tried and wel
known Fire Insurance Companies be following:
Royal Insurance Company, of Bneland.
Weschester Fire Ins. Company of N. Y.
Buffalo German Ins. Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Rochester German Ins. Co., Rochester, N. Y.
Citisens Ins. Co., of Pittsburgh, Pa.
Bun Fire Offlce, London.
Union Ins. Co., of California.
Securitv Ins. Co- New Biven, Conn.
Milwaukee Mechanics Ins. Oo.. Milwaukee, Wis
German Fire Ins. Co., of Peoria. 111.
Offlce Cor. 18th St., and Second A.Y6.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . . .
The old Fire and Time-tried Companies
Losses Promptly Paid.
Rates as low a any reliable company can afford.
Your Patronage Is solicited.
ook's Cotton Root
A recent discovery by an old
pnysinan. rmccessiuuv uncu
monthly by thousands of la
dies. Is the only perfectly
. fe and reliable med'eine
discovered. Beware of un
principled drnciriets who of
fer inferior medicines in place of this. Ask for
Cook's Cottok Root CoxrocwD. take no substi
tute, or inclose s 1 ana ten" in postage m ki r,
and we will send, sealed, by return mall lull
sealed particulars in plain envelope, to ladies
only... tamps. Ad!-LILtT ccyPAJIT,
No. 8 Fisher Block, Detroi. Mich.
Bold in Kork Island by Marshall & Fishe. Fee
per House. Harts Bahnsen. Kh street and Sa
ave.. and drugaiste everywhere.
ICE CREAM 7"Seconds
By the wonderf olt SOCTHWORTH FREEZES
patented March 18W. All kinds of Ices made in
stantly. The greatest eell'ng article manafao
nred. Apents are selling 20 per week. Price 55.
Address Tne rjouthwortb Freezer C. Box 351,
Middietown, N. Y.
GEO. P. STAUDUHAK.
Plats and superintendence for all class of
Room 53 and 55, Mitchell Lynde building
Dr. Ijby fr
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e a ai iTv vt eo ti. oi Leeitjanate
CkVM tlr EX UAL DI BlLITVui iSlT
riur. nKnl ksrwteMk B atJ.'
. cir.fnm. OB.p.r UToa inKtMwns'
BEING BURIED ALIVE.
It Sometimes Occur aa the Besnlt of
Mistaking Trance for Death.
The reporter called on a prominent phy
sician and asked him his views in regard
to premature burial. The physician said:
"Recently a friend of mine, a physician,
told me of a conversation that he had with
two prominent Undertakers in Chicago.
The death trance and burial alive were the
thettnes of conversation. The danger of
catalepsy being mistaken for death was
admitted by thia trio; but how to deter
mine a case of doubtful character was not
easy of solution.
"Said one undertaker: In all cases I
hasten to embalm. After a body is em
balmed there is no danger of its coming to
life again. Xever will any of the bodies
buried by me come to life. , I always fix
them so that there is no danger of such an
occurrence. No one will ever say that I
buried a live person. I started in business
in a little town in Minnesota, and one even
ing I was calied to arrange a body for bur
ial. The body was that of a young girl.
We fixed everything up nicely and I went
home. The funeral was to occur next day.
At alxjut 3 o'clock in the morning I was
called again, aie what I made my
flesh creep. The girl had come back to
life and waa the liveliest dead person I
ever saw. She had gone into a trance,
during which she had seemed to lie dead.
The body looked exactly as though in
death, and the attending physician had de
clared that life was ext inct.'
"Said the second undertaker: 'lonce had
a man work for me who had a horror of
such things, lie was a Spaniard, and was
one of the best men I ever had work for
me. This man always pierced the hearts
of t lie lxxlies he prepared for burial. When
in Madrid, where he learned his trade, he
buried a man whom a disinterment proved
to have been buried alive. The authorities
made trouble, lie made a vow that he
would never again run such a risk, and he
made it a point ever afterward to thrust a
stiletto through the heart of everybody he
prepared for the grave.'
"Comment on the above," continued the
physician, "is unnecessary. The conver
sation actually occurretl. It was not for
publication, and is a virtual admission of
resorting to niurder to prevent an unfortu
nate cataleptic from coming to life. Wash
ington Irving Bishop, the mind reader, it
Is alleged, was murdered by the dissecting
knife. Edgar Allan Poe was killed, I have
every reason to believer, by an undertaker."
A Paris physician is the authority for
the statement that at least forty persons
are annually prepared for burial in France
while still alive, and he adds that he in
cludes only cases where the dead were for
tunate enough to awaken before inter
ment. Assuming the number actually
buried alive to be equal to those who
awoke from their somnolence in time to
avert such a fearful doom, it will be per
ceived that were the American system of
hasty embalming in vogue there the un
dertakers would "fix" another name for
murder eighty persons every year in that
one country. St. Louis Globe-Democrat.
The currents of the ocean are the great
transporters of the sun's heat from the tor
rid zone to temper the climate of the polar
regions. It is argued by some that such a
stupendous change as that which occurred
in Europe and America in the glacial
period was caused simply by a deflection
of the currents in the northern hem
isphere, whereby its share of tropical heat
was partly diverted toward the south.
In the three great oceans the Atlantic,
the Pacific and the Indian there is to be
found a similar circulation a geueral
westerly movement in the tropics, a flow
toward the poles along the eastern shores
of the continents, an easterly set in the
temperate zone and a current toward the
eqnator along the western shores. This
system thus becomes a grand circular
movement, some parts being very slow,
but still quite constant, and other parts
very swift. There are offshoots here and
there, due to local causes, and perhaps in
the slowly moving current there may be a
temporary interruption, but taken as a
whole the movement is continuous.
The part of this circulation flowing
along the eastern coast of the United
States is the greatest of all these currents,
and in fact is the most magnificent of all
nature's wonders. This is the Gulf Stream.
The name Gulf Stream was first suggested
by Benjamin Franklin, because it comes
from the Gulf of Mexico. While it is a
portion of the grand scheme of ocean cir
culation, and the Gnlf of Mexico is in
reality only a stopping place, as it were, for
its water, the name is generally applied to
the current when it reaches the Straits of
Florida, north of Cnba. In the large
funnel shaped opening towanl the Gulf of
Mexico the current is at first variable in
direction and velocity, but by the time
Havana is reached it has become a regular
and steady flow. Detroit Free Press.
How Coins Are Classed.
Coins are classed, according to their stat e
of preservation, as "proof," "uncircu
lated," "fine," "good," "fair" and "poor."
Proof coins are those which have been made
for collectors by the mint regularly during
the last forty years. They are rendered
brilliant by burnishing. Uncirculated
coins are those which have been laid away
carefully since the time when they were
minted, so that they have the original mint
luster and are as shnrp as when coined.
Fine coins have the hair, eyes and letters
bold and sharp and not worn off or cor
roded. Good coins are those in which the
hair and eyes show up well, the date and
all the letters terfectly plain.
What would be considered "fine" for a
cent, however, would only be "good" in a
gold coin. Fair coins have the date dis
tinct, but hair and letters somewhat worn.
Poor coins are those which have the date
indistinct, or the hair and letters badly
worn, or the surface ladly corroded, or
which have lieen pierced or battered. In
terview in Washington Star.
Tbe Miner's Safety Lamp.
The smallest lamp is the miner's safety
lamp, invented in 1W5 by Sir Humphry
Davy. The frame of this is of iron and
brass inclosed in wire gauze. The reser
voir is of brass screwed to the bottom of
the lamp and locked with a key. Its wick
is raised by lowering a sliding tube over
the wick carrier by means of a wire run
ning outside of the lamp and exposing a
fresh section of the wick. The key tc
this lamp was kept by the officer in charge
of the mine, so that the miner could not
possibly expose the Same to the firedamp.
Cheating a Clergyman.
A Lewiston clergyman tells of having
been banded a large, fat envelope by a
bridegroom once upon a time. He thought
he had a handsome fee, but on opening the
envelope the next day discovered that it
contained only a ten cent piece. He was
not much surprised to hear a few months
later that the fellow was in jail for larceny.
With tne view of placing before and
within the reach of the suffering tbe ben
efits of the curative properties of the Hot
Springs in a simple, practical and inex
pensive manner, the manufacturers have,
with tbe aid of m skillful chemis', eynthe-
t zed all the healing elements entering
into the composition of tbe water in the
form cf 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 pUced
upon the market their Hot Springs Skia
Hot Springs Skin Soap acts directly
upon the delicate pores of the body,
sweetens and purifies the skia, thereby
rendering it free from bad odors, pimples,
rashes and other disagreeable and repug
nant manifestations, ilnrtz & Bhn;en,
wholesale agents. Hock IUud.
The Best iu the World.
Senator Henry J. Nelson, of New York,
"Oa the 27th of February. 1SS3. I was
tnken with a violent pin in the region of
the kidneys. I suffered such igony that
I could hardly stnd up. A soon as
possible I applied two At dock's Porous
P:aters one over each kidney, and laid
down. In an hour, to mi surprise and
delight, the pain had vanished and I was
weil. I wore the plasters for a day or
two a a precaution, and then removed
them. I have been usic Ailcock's Por
ous Plasters in my family for the lst ten
years, and have always found them the
quickest and beet rtrn'-dy for colds,
strains and rheumatic affections From
my cxp". rier.ee I believe ttiey are the best
plasters in the world."
Dr. Miles' Nervine not ooly cures all
rervous diseases, head-.che, tlues, ter
vom prostration, sleeplessness, neuialgia,
St. Vitus dance, fits and hysterU, but also
build up the body. I am pleased to
say that after years of intense suffering
with nervous disease, headache and pros
tration, I tried Dr. 51 lies' Reatorative
Nervine, and in two weeks eaiued 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
bcry. Cortland. N. Y." Trial pottles and
elegant book free at Hartz & Bahnsen's
Sot Springs Skin Salve,
This salve is generally considered
necessary only in aggravated cases of
skin eruptions, although many are today
using the soap, tbe powder acd the "salve
at the same time, for instance the soap
can be used at any and all times, the
powder during tbe day and the salve at
night. Hartz & Bahnsen, wholesale
agents, Rock Island.
For any trace of antipyrice, morphine,
cblort! or any other injurious compound
in Kra use's Headache capsules.
Cubeb Cough Cure One minute.
For sale by all druggists. Hartz &
Bahnsen, wholesale druegists.
For beauty, for comfort, for improve
ment of the complexion, use only Poz
zoni's P-iwier: thetv a mvi a i ti u
pecial Assessment Notice.
Notice is hereby given ti all peraors Interested,
that the city council of the city of Kck Island,
hav:ng ordered that there he constructed in tbe
SevtmU ward main sewers and storm drains, and
laterals along- the following rontes. the size of tbe
sewer tile to be used on each street being speci
fied with the designation of tbe route, viz:
A 12-inch sewer on Thirty-eighth street from
Seventh avenue to south side Kihtb avenue.
An 13-inch sewer on Fortj-founh strcel, from
tbe r.vcr to 250 fe. t south of Ninth avenue.
An 8-neb sew, r on Forty fourth street from
250 feet south of Ninth avenue, to Fourteenth av
enie. An 8-1nch sewer on Railroad avenue, from
Forty-fourth street to alley in block 1, Brooks'
a 6-inch sewer In alley through blocks 1 and 3,
An 6-iach sewer on Sixth avenue, from Forty
fonrth ireut to alley on east side of Fort j-fourth
A 6-it.ch sewer in alley on cast side of Forty
fomth street add.
A 6-.teu sewer in alley along south side lots,
bli ck S, Brooks' Second add.
An s-mca sewer on Railroad avenue, from For
tj -fourth to r'otty-second streets.
An S inch teweron Sixth avenue, from Forty
fourth to Forty-second streets.
An S-iach k- o i Forty-third street from
Sixth aence to alley south of lot li, McMaslers'
A 6-inch sewer in alley taroue h McMafters'
Second add., frtm Fortj-third to Forty-fourth
A 6-inch sewt r in alley ihrongh b!ock A, B and
C, Edgewool Park add.
A Hb-incti sewer on he extension of Fortieth
street from south side of Fifth avenae, to a
point IS feet north of the south side of Sevcuth
Ao la-inch sewer o- south s de Seventh avenue,
frmn t ortU th o Forty-second street.
A 15-incb sewer on souih tide Scvmth avenue,
from roriitttt .o Fortj-etcond stree's.
A 13- nch sewer on soutn s de Seventh avenue,
from rortj-tHid to Forty-eixth streets.
An -inch sewer on Forty-third uvtt, from Sev
enth avenue to a point 50 feet north of 1 J.je wood
A 1-incb sewer on Edsrewood avenue from Forty-fourth
street to Thirteenth avenue.
A li-it ca sewtr on Tuirtecntb avenue, from
Edewood avenue to Fortieth street.
A 10-inch sew -r on Thirteenth avenue, from
Thi ty ninth u Fortieth firetts.
A 10-inch sewer on Forty-second street, from
Seventh avenue It a p Hit 4J0 feet south of Ninth
An s-inch sewer on Fjrty-8r t street, from Sev
enth avenue to jgigtith avenue.
A 13-incb sewer on Fortieth street, from Seventh
avenue to Eigh'h avenue.
An 8-iucb rewer on Tnirty-niuth street, from
Seventh avenue to Eighth avenue.
A 6-inca sewer in ailey ihrongh block S, Brooks'
A 10-incb sewer on Th'rty-, ighth street, from
south side of Eighth avenue to Fourteenth ave
nue. A 6-inch sewer on sonth side of Seventh ave
nue, from Thirty-eighth to Thirty-ninth streets.
An tMncb sewer on Bomb side of reventh ave
nue, iro n Thirty-ninth to Fortieth streets.
An 8-inch sewer on Thirty-seventh street from
Eleventn avenue to 350 feet south of Fourteenth
An 8-inch sewer on Thirty-eighth street, from
Fourteenth avenue to Fifteenth avenne.
An 8-inch sewer on Thlrty nioth street, from
Thirteenth avenue to Fifteenth avenue.
An 8-inch sewer on Fortieth street, from Thir
teenth nven,ue to Fifteenth avenue.
An 8-inch sewer on Forty-first street, from Thlr
teento avenue to Eighteenth avenue.
An 8-inch sewer on Forty -second street, from
Thirteenth avenue to Eighteenth avenue.
An tt-lnch sewer on Eleventh avenne, from
Thirty-seventh street to Thirty-eighth street.
And have applied to the county court of Rocit
Island county, in the state of Illinois, for sn as
sessment of the costs of sala improvement accord
ing to benefits; and, an assessment thereof havine
been made ana returned to said court, the final
bearing thereon will be had at tbe November term
of aa a court, commencing on the 14th day of No
vember. A. V ltWi.
All persons desiring may then and there appear
and make their defense.
Dated at Rock Island. Illinois, this 10th day of
September. A. D. l&H.
J. K. JT03NSTON,
C. A. bTODDARD.
Admitted the Facts.
Newspaper editors have to be very
careful in opening their columns for state
ments. But aware that the Dr. Milea
Medical Co. are responsible, we make
room for the following estiuonial from
R. McDougall. Auburn, Ind., who for two
years noticed a stoppage or skipping of
the pulse, his left side got so tender he
could not lie on it, his hesrt fluttered, he
was alarmed, went to different doctors,
found no relit f. but one bottle of Dr.
Miles' New Heart Curs cured him. Th
elegant book, "New and Startling Facts,"
free at Hartz & Bahnsen's. It tells all
about heart and rervous diseases and
manv wonderful cures.
Medical Knowledge Applied.
Disease is a weakness or loss of vital
force in some part of the body.
The success of the treatment is due to
the fact that the physician applies his
Knowledge in his practice and employs
such remedies only as srtngthe the
body in all its parts and at tbe Birae time
fortifies and conserves the vital forces.
In disease some part of the body is not
performing its work
In catarrh tho physicians of the Scott
Medical institute find a fault of the mu
cous membranes of the nose, and at the
same time a fault of some other prt of
the body. These associated c mplicate
In order to cure, the physicians of the
Scott Medical Institute apply such treat
ment to the nose as tends to restore the
parts to a normal condition, and at the
8ine time they give such remedies bb
will correct the other accompanying
Tbey do this by regu'ar medical treat
ment. They have no specifics, no rlc
trical Rpplian es no magnetic healing
system, and t.o charms or fetish.
They assert no other power than spec
ial knowledge of a special eu j?ct.
This explnns their successful catarrhal
cases, such as the following:
"I have had catarrh for the past nine years,"
says Mr. A. O. Bergran. who resides on the cor
ner of Fourteenth street and Twelfth avenue.
Moline. Illinois. "I cauaht cold very easy and
suffered from severe headaches, especially over
my eyes. Tbe catarrh attacked my ears and I
was compelled to take treatment. I had buzzing
and roartr.gr noises in my ears so that I was rarti
ally deaf for two years.
a. n. utRi.nts,
Cor. 14th St, and r.'th Ave. Mollne, 111.
"I wa advised to CO to the Scott Institute and
sir, in ovt xomii my tearing ha been entirely
restored. 1 nave cow no pa n in my head or
chest and I fee. we l and bave only treated one
month, I conscientiously auvifc all atllicted to
take my same course of treatment."
SCOTT MEDICAL INSTITUTE,
Offlce Hours 9 to 11 a. m., 3 to 4 p. m.. 7 :o 8 t.
m. Parlors over American express omce, l
Brady street. No office hours Sunday evening.
SPECIALTIES: Catarrh. Eve. Ear.
Nose, Throat. Lungs and all forms o'
Chronic Diseases, no matter how long
standing. No case taken where there is
any doubt of a complete cure.
Special attention given to diseases of
women and children.
STATE SAVINGS BANK.
Offlce Corner Fifteenth street and Third Ave.
Succeeds the Moline Savings Bank. Organized 1S59
5 PER CEXT. 1MEKEST PAID OX DEPOSITS.
Organized under State Liws.
Open from 9 a. m. to S p. m., and Wednesday ard
Satnrday nights from T to 8.
fORTBR SaisiiEtt, - - President
II. A. Aihswokth, - - Vice-President
F. IlEMESWaT. ... cashier
di rectors :
Porter Skinner. W. W. Wells.
;. A. Rose, H. A. Ains worth,
G. H. Edwards, W. II. Adams.
Andrew Fr.bere. f F. Umenway,
a yy i a i
Easily and Speedily Regained by using
This genuino Turkish lleme-ly positively cures
Nervousness, Wakefulness. Evil Ilreauis. Lassi
tude, Pain in the Back. Vital Exhaustion, and
all diseases caused by Errors of Yonth or Ex
cesses. It la convenient to carry and easy to
nse. Price 1.0) per box, or 6 for 5.00. A writ
ten guarantee to cure, or money refunded, given
with each S.00 order. If the druggist you ask
for Haazarak's Turkish Pills has not got ilieui,
don't let him tool yoa with his oily tongue and
sell yon something else instead, but send price
to ns and we will forward to you by mail. In
plain, unmarked package. We also treat pa
tients by mail. Address THE HAZZARAK
MEDICINE CO., 200 South Sangamon Street,
. It vctii-r Dr-ieylst for
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many women BufTer from ExceBS've or
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who tc confide in to get proper advice
Don'' confide in anybody but try
Specific far PAINFUL. PROFUSE.
SCANTY, SUPPRESSED and IRREGULAR
Book to WOMAN" mailed Tree.
ERAOFIELQ REGULATOR CO.. Atlanta. Ca.
Sold br all Drcl.ts.
,0LD BY Hs.TZ & BaHNSKS
Will Cur any
rr WILL MOT
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50O is ww si r for asr
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as we say. Seat postpaid
wa recslut erf price. -
NORMAN LIOHTY. FAMILY OWtJT.
Ds srlolns). Iowa.
For sale br all drureistt. Hartz Jt Bahnsen
LABOR. TIME, MONEY
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Use it your own way.
It is the best Soap made
For "vS ashing Machine use.
WARNOCK & RALSTON.
You are digging yoar own graves by the con
stunt use of vicious drugs and pills. Stool Send
immediately for our electric device "Electrode."
Simple to use and certain in action, used with
impunity at any period, a perfect protection to
hesllh. Use this and avoid the horrible effects of
constant druscinir, electricity will not fail. It
is instant relief and a permanent cure for all fe
ma'e weakness. Pa ce Si Will be sent on trial
to anynn") sending 50 cents to pay for sendintr
and soilinsr. When convinced of Us value send
balance tl 50. Sent sealed.
LoSlKN ELECTRIC CO., Peor aUl.
P. O. Box. 415.
Chicago, Minneapolis and St. Paul
Via ths Famous Albert Lem Route.
St. Louis, Minneapolis and St. Paul
Via St. Louis, Minneapolis & St. Paul Short Line.
Through Sleepers and Chair Cars
KANSAS CITY, MINNEAPOLIS AND ST. PAUL,
PEORIA, CEDAR BAPIOS AND SIOUX FALLS, OAK.
CHICAGO AND CEDAR RAPIDS
Via the Famous Albert Lea Route.
THE SHORT LINE
V(t) SPIRIT LAKE (ST7
Trio Great Iowa Summer Resort
For Railway and Hotel Rates, Descriptive
Pamphlet and nil information, address
Uen'l Ticket and Passenger Agent.
F CHEAP HOMES
On line of this road tn Northwestern Iowa,
Southeastern Minnesota and Central Dakota,
where drought and crop failures are Hnknowru
Thousands of choice acres of land yet unsold.
Local Excursion rates piven. For full informa
tion as to prices of land and rates of fare, address
Genl Ticket and Passenger Apeut.
All of the I'asst ncer Trains on ail Divisions of
tills lUiilwiiv sir noi-ted by Fteam from the
engine, and the Main line Dav Passenger Train
are lighted with the Electric Lifc'ht-
Matis. Time Tables, Through Kates and all n
forniatioo furnished on application to A (rents.
Tickets on sale over this rutite at all prominent
points In the Union, and by Its Agents, to at
parts of the United states and Canada.
tST-For announcements of Excursion Rates,
and local matters of Interest, please refer to the
local columns of this paper.
C. J. iVCS. .'. E. HANNCCAN.
Vres't Gon'l Supt. Uen'l Tkt. A Pass. Agl
, CEDAR RAPIDS. IOWA.
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- ay D"rot eorn r Fit tb rvtL'.e -".
ftrt rTreel. Frank II. Phaner, 2'
Council Blulls A Miiicso-1 !
ta Day Express f
Kansas City Isy Express
Count.: j i.l a 2d a. kt:-neso- (
ta ia7ess (
D -nver Flyer
Omaha and Denver Vtti- i
bule Express f
Eausas City Limited . ...
Stuart and I a'aKe Exprc-
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T-LJT 1Vi:TM tllll TO r
way Depot First avenue o-d -- .' .':
J. Yonng, rent
St. Lop.is Kxprese
gt. Loa' Sipre . .......... 7 ' ':7 ;
St. Pat:! Erpress KA'
W&j Freight (Mor.mout j) ... 1 -3
t-rl!n? ftie':!!"." '. :ri? tr
Ft 1 Paul Express I 5,J"i'.
Sterlini; Freight ' 11
CUICAO'., KlL'AALiiEE ic "-T.
way Haciiie & Sout'Twest'-m I) ,
potTweitietb street, btt'en riret a;
avenue, E. D. W. lio'npf nt
Mail and &zvrt:-? ....... .
St. Paul Expr ss
f t.ci Acconvmodatiin. . . .
! " Acer cirtodstion. . .
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ROt'K INLAND PEOHIA HA I
pot Firt svenuc sriJ TweD'.iett. t. : '
H. Rockweil, Airer.t.
Fast MaLi Express
Ca'ile Accorcmcd.it ion
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BrRLINfJTON. CEDAR RAPIDS
ern Rallwiy DeKt Front aiui lir;..1
Davenjiort. J. K. lla'jnean, euerui O
Mail and Express....
I 3 :f" am
MOST DIRBCT B0UTB TO THS
East. South and Southeast j
Lv. Rock Island..
Prince ville ...
11 :15 am
et. Louis .. ..
. i 1 :15 pm
. 3 :40 pm
. 4-00 pm
. S :50 pm
. ! 3:50 I'm
. 6:55 pm
. . 7:10 pm
. 1 :20 am
. ' 7:3 i-m
. 11 :o0 lim
J i pc
3: -7 ;.ai
. 1 SI
Lv. Peoria 10:10 am 3 .V'
Ar. Rock Island i 1 : pm T:"5 ;-a
Accommodation trains leave Rrk Is tr. it
:00a. m. and 6 40 p. m: arrive at Peor;. S:1?
to. and 1 :15 a. m. Leave Peojia fi:00 a. ci. iri
T :15 p. m ; arrive Rock Island 4 :00 p. m. i'-i 1
All trains rnn daily except Sunday.
All passe-ger trains arrive and depart Cr.':?t
Free Chair car on Fast Express between Rock
Is'ond and Peoria, both directions.
Through tickets to all points ; bagare cnecsed
through to destination.
Lv. Rock Island
! 9.1o am
. am 1.?0 ;s
7.OT am 1 .45 ; m
7.55 am 3.00 r
U. B. SUDLOW,
Oen'l Tkt. Ager
fHACCUJUNTEO WiTH THE GEOGRAPHY OF TH:S COUNTRY MX CSJVO
MUCH Y! UBtE WKJRMAT10H fROM A STUCY OF THIS MAP CF T-f
CMcap, M Island & Pacific it?.,
Tbe Direct Route to and from Chicago, Joliet, C::s.
Peoria, La Salle, Mnline, Rock Island. In ILLIN'el--;
Davenport, Muscatino, Otiuma-o, Okaloosa, Its
Moines, V.'iutrrsct, Audubcn, Karl.tn and Cotir.c'.l
Blufls. la IOWA; Minmnpolis and St. Paul. In
KESOTA; W'atcrtown and fioul Falls, In DAKOTA.
Cameron, St. Josrh and Kansas Ciiy, in MI.iVi.1 -Omaha,
Llncclu, Fairbury and Nelson, in NEBRASK A :
Atchison, Ler.vcnworth, Ilortoi:, Ti-p ka, Ilutcbln -n
Vi.-hlta. Belleville, Aliilenc. Dode City. Caldirell. a
KANSAS ; Kingfisher, Li Reno ar.d Minco, in IN WAS
TEURITOEY: Denver. Colorado Springs and Furb!f.
In COLOHAIKI. Traversca new arras of rich fanu!:.g
and grazing lauds, afTordins the best facilities of inter
commucication to all towns and cities east and vest
northwest and southwest of Chicago and to racic and
VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS
Leading all competitors tn splendor of equipment
between CHICAGO and DE3 MOINES. COCNCIL
BLCFFS and OMATIA, and between CHICAGO al
DENVER, COLORADO SPRINGS and PCEBLO. vis
KANSAS CITY and TOPEKA and via ST. JOSEFH.
First-Class Day Coaches, FREE RECLINING CIIAI3
CARS, and Palace Sleepers, with Dining Car Service.
Close eonnectiuna at Denver and Colorado Springs with
diverging railway lines, cow forming tbe new
TRANS-ROCKY MOUNTAIN ROUTS
Over which superbly-equipped trains run daily
THROUGH 'WITHOLT CHANGE to and from S:t
Lake City. Ogden and San Fncisco. THE F.0CS
ISLAND Is also tbe Direct ana Favorite Lice to sni
from Banitou. Pike's Peak and all other sanitary tal
scenic resorts and cities and mining districts in Color aJ
DAILY FAST EXPRESS TRAINS
From St Joseph and Kansas City to and from all Im
portant towns. dtles and sections in Southern Nebrast.
Kansas and the Indian Territory. Also via ALBERT
LEA ROUTE fiom Kansas City and Chicago to Water
town. Sioux Falls, MINNEAPOLIS and ST. PACL.
connectiong for mil points north and northwest betweta
ths lakes and the Pacific Coast.
For Tickets, Maps, Folders, or desired' Information
apply to any Coupon Ticket Office tn the United States
or Canada, or addreai
E. 8T. JOHN. JOHN SEBASTIAN
Oe-T Manager. Genl Tkt. Pa Agt,