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E. E. PAKMESrER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW Office in Mitchell
Lynde'f pew block.
Jackson & hurst,
TTORNSTS AT LAW. Office In Roe Inland
itNational Bank Bailding. Rock Inland. 111.
S.TJ. III!!IT. WAiXXa.
SWEENEY & WALKER,
ATTORN BYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
OfEce ia Honston". bloek. Kocg Island. IU.
McEMRY & ScEMRr,
ATTORNEY'S AT LAW Loan rsoncy onKOod
ecurity, make collections, Reference. "r.
eilA t.vnd bnkr. O.T.oo In p..tnc lck.
S. W. OBELI,
ATTORNEY AT LAW Formerly of Port Jy";
and during the past two years with the firm of
B-owniiw E.itrik.n at Moline has now opened
an office in th a Auditorium bui.dlng, room 5, at
C. J. Skrlb.
S. W. Seaels.
SEARLE & SEARLE,
TTOKNKyS and Counsellors at Liw and So
ft lieii..rs In Chsocery ; office Butird's bloc,
J. R. Hollowbush. M. D. teo, E. Larth. M.J.
DRS. BARTH & HOLLOWBUSH,
PIIYtlfIAKfl AND STJRGCTS.
OUce 40323rd st. Telephone J05
Residence Til 21st st. ' 1183
Dr Bar h I Dr. Ilnllownuah
"to 10 a. m. 10 to 13 a. ni.
1 to i and 7 to Sr. m, I 2 to 5 aid . to p.m.
DR. C HAS. M. .ROBINSON,
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Office McCullou'.;h Building, 144 W.3d8t.
Hours : 9 to 11 am ; 1 to 4 pm.
DR. E. B. JOHNSTON",
Office, 223 Brady St., Davenport,
(Over Estxolds & GirroKD".l
not RS .. 2 to 4 p- m.
Diseases of Women a Specialty.
Drs. Myers & Holderead,
Phyaiciana and Surons,
Specia't'ea Snrgnrv and Diseases of Women
Corner Serotrt, avenue and Fift.-enth street
Telephone, lftt. Office hour evening
Dr. Myers, fro-n 10 to 1"! am and 3 t.i 5 pm; Sun
day li u 1 ; residence 2nd ave : telephone 1W.
Dr Uolderead, from S tn 10 am and 1 to 3 nm ;
Sunday. :W to 10 3 ; residence at olllce; tele
R, U. PEARCE,
Boom 33 In Mitchell Lyude'. new;block.
Take elevator. ,
flR, J. E. KAWTHORME,
Teeth extracted without pain by tho new
" o'lTl6 Second avenno. over Krell it Math's.
DRS, B1CKEL & SCHOEMAKER
Mitchell & Lynde's Block. Rooms 29-81.
INSURANCE . -
-,-... cms among other time-tried ana wel
known Fire Insurance Companie. be following:
Royal Insurance Company, of England.
Weschexter Fire Ins. Company of N . Y.
BntTalo Oorman Ins. Co., Buffalo N. 1 .
Rochester German Itis. Co.. tinchestor, N. x .
Citiaann Ins. Co., or Pittsburgh, Pa.
Ban Kiro Office. London.
Union Ins. Co., of Culirr.rr:.a.
a-rnri'v Ins. Co Jiew Hiven, Conn.
Mi:waule Mechanics Ins. Co.. Mi waukee. Wis
German Fire Ins. Co.,of Peoria, IU.
Office Cor. 18th St., and Second Ave.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
"THE OLD RELIABLE."
HAYES & CLEAVELAND
Ret resenting over 40 Million Dollurs
of Cash assets.
Fire, Life, Tornado.
Bands of Suretyship-
OFFICE Room 21. Mitcbe'l Lyndo's biock,
-oure ouV rate. ; they will latere, yon.
J. M. BUFORD,
The old Fire and Time-tried Companie.
Losses Promptly Paid.
Bate, as low as any reliable company eanj afford
Your Patronage is solicited.
' THIS PAPER' tswLSS
THE BEST OF IT.
The Round-Up of Yesterday's
FIT EE'S VERY PATHETIC APPEAL.
He Iloea the llest He Can l"nilT Adverse
flreumstanre. ltnt Knthuslasm Lh Want-iiiK-The
Other Speakers The Uenion
Ktr.it lou in Moline.
When ibe republican parade had
marched down to Sixlh street yesterday
afte:noon and back aijuin to court house
equare. it was halted and after some
u.usic by tLe bands the assemblage was
called to order by Mayor McConochie,
and Uev. C. C. Tayl r offered prayer.
Mayor McConochie theu introduced
GuV. Fifer, who made a long address,
first f peaking ia glowing terms of the
wealth and prosperity of these growing
cities and then drifiicg into a little side
talk in the interest of Candidates Beal
and Marsh, the governor referring to
them as "my old f rie nd Capt. Beal and
my old time friend Gen. Marsh, whom
you have placed in nomination." He
then la juchtd into a discussion of how
ably the reformatory and charitable in
stitutions of the state are managed, and
of the generosity of the people in provid
i g such a system of institutions, but
making no direct reply to any of the
c barges made by Judge Altgeld. as eyery
one present expected he would. The only
thing he sid in relation to the charges
was that if the people would not take the
statements of a committee who had been
appointei to look into their management
and reported favorably ia pre
ference to those of a
maa who waa goias around seeking votes
it was all right. But fact and figures
w ere wiiki Li9 bearers wanted and when
they did not get them they were disap
pointed. The gevernor then sai l he had
been requested to say a word on the
s. tool question, and began by fraying lhat
the pres-jut school law was framed ia
Cr.ico0 uad sent down to Springfield
where it passed both houses by large
m joritits. Lie said that he
himself had thought thi soma
of its provisions bre hirsUly oa
roa.e, and that he had stated in his mes-sig.-
to the legislature that the objec
tionable features ought to be eliminated
but, however, he was with his parly on
that question, aud tben he toid how he
was ia favor of compulsory education,
e:c, and w itn he had fiaisbed he had not
Siid anyiuiog but what every oihir
speaker who talks on that question says
every day, seeming t avoid any state
ment or promise either way. Governor
Fiftr continually addressed his audience,
which was composed mainly of working
men, as "my farmer friends," all his ar
guments being poiuted in the direction of
the farmer vote, which unfortunately for
the governor, was not very largely repre
sented. Oi speaking of the tariff . he
said :t was not a tax, and denied that it
bred monopolies or trusts. Lie said the
farmers of Illinois were the most prosper
ous a:;d happusi under the sup, and
that there was no risk ia farming, and
followed this with the siatement that 09
out of every 100 nea who went into
manufacturing were unsuccessful. His
remarks were at times rambling, and
very little enthusiasm was manifested on
the whole. The governor closed with a
compliment to the national republican
ticket, after which Lieutenant-Governor
Ry was introduced.
The latter devoted his remarks mainly
to eulogizing Governor Fifer la his pres
ence, and speaking on ttie tariff. When
he had finished. Secretary of State I- N.
Pearson whs presented, but his remarks
were very brief, preferring to give way ?o
11. L. Uer'z, the candidate for state
treasurer, was put forward as the clown
of the party, and he made a funny talk
to the audience, intended to somewhat
relieve the monotony, afi.er which Col.
Marsh made one of his regular stock
speeches. A glee club interspersed the
speech maeing with vocal selections, and
at supper time it adjourned.
Iq the evening several of the local
clubs went up to Moline to join in the
demonstration where pandemonium pre
vailed. No one hod charge of the pa
rade, and each club took a little excur
sion out into the darkness on its own ac
count. It was managed much the same
as the day demonstration here, and with
about the same amount of Batibf action.
Dr. Miles' Nervine not only cures all
nervous diseases, head cae, blues, ner
vous prostration, sleeplessness, neuralgia,
8t. Vitus dance, fit 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' Iieatorative
Nervine, and in two weeks caiued eight
pounds in weight. I could not lie down
o sleep, but now sleep perfectly easy,
and am still improving wonderfully.
Cannot 8Y enough for the nervine.
Mbb L. B. Millard, Dunkirk, N. T."
One customer used Nervine and gained
fifteen pounds in flesh. BnowN & Mat
bcrt. Cortland, N. Y." Trial bottles and
elegant book free at Hartz & Bahnsen's
When gazing in jour lover's eyes.
How soon his tense of rapture dies
If there's no sweetness in your breath;
If by your failirg teeth be shown
That eOZODONT to you's unknown,
And that your mouth is suffering death.
Catarrn Cant be Cared
with local applications, as they cannot
reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh is
a blood or constitutional disease, and in
order to cure it you haye to take internal
remedies. Hall's Catarrh cure ia taken
internally, and acts directly on the blood
and mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh
Cure is no' quack medicine. It was pre
scribed by one of the Lest physicians in
bia country for years; and is a regular
prescription. It is composed of the best
tonics known, combined with the best
blood purifiers, acting directly on the
mucoua surfaces. The perfect combina
tion of the two ingredients is what pro
duces 6uch wonderful results in curiry
catarrh. Send for te6t!raoniils free.
F. J. Cheney & Co . Prop-.. Toledo. O.
Sold by druggists price 75c.
For the races at Daverpoit Mile Track
Oct. 4th, 5th, C'h and 7 h. llie C , II. I.
P. railway will sell round trip tickets t-.t
ne and one-third fare. Tickets good to
return until Oct. 8th. Ask your ticket
agent for particulars.
Jno Sebastian. G T. & P. A
E!cV Itoaaache and ret lore r.tl tho tronLlnrj fcci.
doiii to a bilious state of tho cytpm. t.uoh a J
IJi7riniB, Kausob. Prowsicess. Distrps afus
-tiiig. Pain in tho Side, ic 5Tiilo tl-.tlr ucj
rtia&rkaHe success has been nliown ia curia;;
JV!affr. Tf Carter's Iatt!- Uvrnr r!7..1 ars
equaUv valuuldo in Coitstipati.'m. curing aad ro
veutiner th'at&nrviniteoaiplaiiit.irlijlo ti;v am.
correct a:i:sor.l-TS;i 'tlioBt.im.--'IiiiuiiilnSoihn
' A-3l bey vwM l1 01111051 r-icosw to Cmro w
Er.f.orfroLithi'j JisfrcfA c:,coiui.l.-.ii-.t; bi.t.'. -.i-i
-aV-Iy theirpfH2nc!dH!a no.;dh vr j,iii..lt.ioc'
v tjiWco try then: viit fttil II'CJ.. S:ttort'-v:.V.j-f'uieln
oianv ways that Ibey wi.l 1:0; ha nil
ii'S todo Witiiout llicu. Cut a:';cr oiisici ijco.
r- r cc VI
'isthe Vare cf so many lives lbr t ir--if
ftrt. r's L.ttlo Li7er PiH.' aro vry -Tcryti.fr
to U!.e. One or two 3 i'l.i utV.
y uro strictly nvttaiiio and do ro. s
Iur,.f . botl-y tlloir i' ntlo actiua r-'i.'-'
usctUeio. Ia vi: ' -S cents ; v.of- .
ty drufiota svci'Mix-i cr t-i-i ty 1.
CASTER fr.ZCiSS CO., V V
S-'LLPJiU U'ALLLC.SF.. SLi
ill . 1
Western Invest ments.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
made for private parties in the earden
tlot of the west by the
Orchard State Bank
of OltCHAPP, NEBRASKA.
E. W. Part. President.
J. S. Part CashUr.
Mitchell Jt Lyndc, Bankers.
J. F. Kobinfon, Caatier hock Inland National
C. C Oiirtcr. M . P.
II-nry Dart Sonc, Wholesale firocrr.
Corr fpudence olicited.
-ALL KINDS OF-
Cast Iron Work
done. A pccnlty of fnralshlEC a!, kinds
of Store., with Car-tings a 8 cent,
A MACHINE SHOP
na. been added where all kindi- of machin
work will be done first-clar's.
NINTH ST. AND ?th AVE,
DOWNING- BROS.. Propts.
There is no Danger in it.
Th- beat recommendation
that a popular remedy can pie
sent is lhat it in safe in the
hands of children. Wb-n we
consider how many litt e ont-s
are injured every year by find
ing tbe medicine bottle and tak
ing an overdose a remedy that
contains no poison, is alon
entitled to be called i great
household medicine. That this
is the case with Heid'a German
Couih and Kidney t'ure, the
following is proof:
Wady Petra. Stark Co.. Ilh,
Aug. G, '92. by Ivan Kemedy Co.,
Gentlemen: We have pold
Reid's German Cough and Kid
ney Cure about two years and
found it to be a good seller, giv
ing good satisfaction, and we
kuow that it contains no poison,
for my little girl about two
years old got hold of a bottle
and drank half of it and it c id
not injure her in the lea6t, but
did her good. We can cheerfully
recommend it to the public.
Heber Chask & Co.
Of what other cough remedy
can this be said? Get it of any
Sylvan Remedy Co.,
Ink, Paper. Tablets,
Satcbele, S raps, B .skets,
Pencil Boxes, Ku ern,
and everything necessary for
Jo li 11 V o ! lL cSc Oo..
Sash Doors B in'ls, tfi iing, Flovrins,
and all kind? of wood work for hnildera.
8!lhteenth St,, bet. Third and Fonrtn are.
Tou are diggirg your own graves by the con
rtant uae of vlcliu. dru?9 and pill. Stot)I Send
Immediately for our eltctric device "Electrode."
Simi'lc to nee a'd certain in action, need with
Impunity at any period, a perfect proteclion to
h'-Hlth. Use thi and avoid the horrible effects of
coolant tlrnpfrinic. electr city will not fail. It
i instant relief and a permanent cure Tor all te
ma'e weiknew Pi ce $i Will be ent on tr.al
to any. in ..ndinsr 50 c nt to pay for fending
and Milinsr. When convinced of i a alue fend
balance tl M Sent drilled.
I.11N11ON ELECTKIC CJ., Peor'all'.
P. O. Box 4 15.
Tcr Sorses, Cattle, Sheep, logs, Ecgs,
500 Pace Rook on Treatment of Animals
aul( hurl M ul I n c.
rrnKs $ Pevt-rs. Concent ion. Inflnmnintion
A . A ?-pinn I .lVninuit i?.. rrrr.
lt.it. Mrnitin. I.u iiu im --. It heuiiMitisin.
( .('. liiMii-nipcr. Nn-l IM-rlinui'9.
II. !. Itut! r l.ruor.. nritiM.
V'.. K t'oiibrli-. Il.-nvt-w. I'nrunionla.
F. !'.-- oiic or t.ripe. Iiellvnrlic
;.;. ! ii-nrriiir'. Ilemori haire.
ll.tl."l riunrynnl Kidnrv DiM'aneft.
1 . 1. r'.rnpl ivr li-en,-M. .Iituifi-.
J.K. lti:-CHt'H of Iiit-liin, 1'nralynia.
Slns'te l-ttle (overWdal, - - ((
Matlr Cnt-c w!:h Svirt.-. Manual.
i ti r:ii.irv lire !! aint iedus.tor. S7.C
Jar Veterinary ( arc Oil. - - l.OU
SoM yy nntjrrlis: nr nl pn-paid anywhrw-tn mmj
qaaulil. im rt-ipl ot jirtrv.
IRHI'lilil YS-JIUt. 0., 1 1 1 if IlSWi;:imSU. "Jr-tTork.
Thrt nnlv rnccwf nl remedr for
Nervous Debility, Vital Weakness,
mnA lV.iKTra.Ii.-n. frrwu ow-work or other CflUOS-
91 per vial, or 6 viais and iar:o vial powtier. lor $5.
ia t y l. in-fc-it.i. .r inl ' r rci(.: oi pr.ctK
Bl Hrillllr 3" Bkit. CO., 1 1 1 Ja 1 IS WUIijut U, e lor
in uo lx) i -
' ' yr.'ir Dr:-.srfi.-t f.r a
&Crf. 'Vj--. f nori puoruruM remedy i..r eil LLa
cLrf;. tire uunaturul dii-ehanre. ana
' prirnTe f1:s.;i.. ..i f men and l be
ci rlr.luiui.'.g -.T..t.nfi5 peculier
women. J. curfj 13 a lew
day without the aid or
publicity of a doctor.
1 The t n.,:.rXi2 jkmrrirnn Pure.
&.'." Av Vanufu-tur. d t.y
bjf?3PvTi;o Evans Che oieal CoJ
i?S-. CINCINNATI, o.
; 5j Ini- alliblK iftaicea w direrrtM. A'. a rtg
ytjtvjt &y' m taj. TreaUmc an 1 i trial twrtie frcet
,? Fil pa.ticnt. tiry imvtnf eirwi.hirn un Soi wh-rj
,-""J rcrfed. Srn.i iura, P. o. '. etrci dar5 if
jj Ali.t1 It IK KLlVh.ou Arh St..l hiivlc'pfc- Pa.
boc Unxiitx. Li.it si i,J- 2MJ2 AT2. J-KALUS.
T. H THOMAS.
air ruj f-dtmlil vrite nt nre f-r
5imsuaIf.''IHt ..: for 1 Ta'i'r rvr
-n l-i the VnrlT.
tl: of ttio
By the wonderful" SOVTHWORTH FHESZKK.
pHtented March 1S1W. Ail kinds' of lee- made in
Flantly. The (irrcaust ell n artic' anafac
nrt d. Afrent are selltUK 20 per wte-. Price S3.
'rror.7 Salesmen wa-ited
Addre.ft Tne j-oatUworth Freezer C . Box Sol,
Miduietown, N . Y.
ELECTS EC BELT
-Tv.rO It.l li.ll 411 II fcrtuffc I
fWL. 'r t 4ttata Ufk,w4, tinf t rii. MWd. aotb
lr. 'lr-.tai tra - l K -triii (f .ffi atl KS
fAK l, t i..nr. i .un T..- i' L1 1 J i lUKHDl S'i K fcT;.
f.l'-ctrW tirml tVtl -r . U.r:,t S.xX- Id CiH.
Lkl.T antt C; i. art wj. M wrt caw .
'umnfiv liiri Vr sutl i i-ari' r frrut.
mores !: r "nr . . i-kte nj .t-oia tl ona roc
sale Xy mi ittvi- H-im virus rXm 01 JL,J'd lor uO eta.
makes child birth easy.
Colvtn,'lja.,Dec.2, 1886. My wife used
MOTHER'S FRIEND before her third
confinement, and cay. elio would not be
without it for hundreds of clcllars.
Sent by express on receipt of price. $1.50 per bot
tla. Book " To Mothers " mailed free.
BRAOriELO REGULATOR CO.,
FOR .acc YU.O".aatT. ATI-ANT A, OA.
.orn -it haitz BtasssM
ST WILL NOT
tf YOU TAKB
tSOO Htnird for aa
lainriona aubatanc fonaa
ia th.te Capanlaa.
-.TTTr- . nn nnir Tar . r. . . .
V- way Depot corner Fifihavtcre -r,- n I IL
flr-t ireet. Frank n. Pinmner. &ftt .. ' " 'll
ciu&cw lilulld t Xiuxcro- i
ta Uav Kzpress. ... (
Kaneas City lay Rxprese. . .
Uouncii t-lnile n. nlu-neeo- I
t v e f
Omaha and Denver Yesti-1
buie ixprees f
''n?:l III, Ulrllt. :
Stuart and aaiie xpre-
1 :"Ti a
nUhU.NUTUN rttifiE-C, 11. 4 l( ..TT
Z way Ieput F!rt averse uni '
i. .1. Vonnf;, nvetrt, "'
Will Oiira, anv
U..Hf,.. if nn.
aa ma aay. Sent poatpald
on recaiot of price.
NORMAN LIOHTY. FaMlkY OlIMKT.
Da aViolnaa. Iowa.
For .ale bo all drueei.tt. llart A Babneen
LAEOR. TIME, MONEY
Use it your own way.
It it? the best Soap made
For a-h:ng Machine use.
WABN0G3 & RALSTON.
t-'old cv. rj where.
STATE SAVINGS BANK.
Office Corner Fifteenth street and Third Ave,
:nccee.!e the Moline Saving. Bank. Organiaed 1S69
5 m CEM. IMEEE5T PAID ON DEPOSITS.
Oranixed under State Liwj.
Open from 9 a. m. to S p. m.. and Wednesday and
Saturday night from 7 to 8.
I'ortir Pkinstr. - - President
II. A. AIX8WORTH, - - Vice-Preeidcnt
i . F. IIcxenwat, - Cashier
Porter 8k;nner. W. W. Wells.
'. A. Hose, H. A. Aipsworth,
G. 11. Edwards, W. H. Adams.
Andrew Friberjr, . F. Ilsmenway.
St. 1'iuie c;xpreif.
Bt. Ii'.'ii!? .--kvjrts
f. Pan! Erprex
titHr-to'jvn i'a.seni-. r. ..
ay Frel :ht (Mnomon l ).
r'ine Orttiroj ....... .
l-t! Paul Express
CUIOIUO. JIILWaLKKK a st. kT;
wiy -Kacine & Southwef !er:i I; j -,-1
pot Twentieth street, between First at.
tvecne. K. 1. W. Ilolines. '-ert.
Mai. and Kxpiesi- 6:45-"t
S-.. Paul Erpr s 2:10 .n,
r L Accoiumodatl n . f iii-..
r Ar r nmivlilMrr . . . . 7:15 st-
OI.K ISLAND !'h.OHlA KAlLWAi-
pot nrst avenu. acd i wentieth &:r. . :
Fast Mail Express
Cable Accommodation .
.r.ATS. AB :1V.
6:i'ft r.m 7 : s -d
2:W)pm 1 :.:. ,,a
9:10 a.m :i i. ; c
4 ia tm :
XECUTOK S NOTICE.
Estate of Elisha P. R-vnilds. deceased.
The undersigned having been appointed execu
tor of the last will and testamei.t of E.lha P.
Keynold. late of the county of Kock Island,
state ol Illinois, deceased, hereby rives notice
that he will appear before the countv court of
Kock Island county, at the office of the clerk of
said court, in the city of Rock Island.at the Decem
ber term, on the first Monday in I rcmlKt nex:.
at which time all person, h ivina claims azainst
said estate are notified and requested to a'tend
for the purpose of bavicc the same adjusted. All
persons indebted to taid estate are requested to
make immediate payment to the underpinned.
Dated this 21st rtiv of September, A. D. lS9i.
E. i. KEVNOLUS. Executor.
Estate of John Carlson, Deceased.
Tae nndersigned haviuar beenap xiintel admin
istratrix of the estate of John ca-lson,
l'te of the conn y of Kock Island, slate of Illinois,
deeeased, here by ii ives notice that rhe will appear
before tfce county curt of Ko.k lslanl county, at
the office of the clerk of said court, lu the city of
Kock Island, at Jibe December term, on the first
Monday In December next, at which time
all persons having cl ne aain-t said estate are
notified and '(quested oatund, icr tbe purpose
of having the same adjusted.
All persons inotbteu t. said esta'e are reques
ted to inake immediate payment to the under
i.ated t i. 16th day of Ssvt A. D. 1892.
Ad minis tralrix.
Estate of Otto F. Ehlers. Deceased.
The undersigned, having been appointed e
cutorof the last will and testament of Otto F.
Ehlers, late of the county of Rock Island, staie it
Uhuois, deceased, hereby gives notice that he w1it
appear before the county court of Kock I clan.'
county, at the office of the clerk of said court. In
the city cf Rock Island, at the November tenB.cn
the First Monday in November next, at wnich tin.
all person, having claim, against .aid estate are
notified and requested to attend for tbe purpose of
havine the same adjusted. AU person, indebted
to said estate are requested to make immealale
payment to tbe undersigned.
Dated this 24th day of August. A. D. 189.
BURLINGTON, PEDAI! KAI'IDS Ni litTli
ern Ka-.lway Depot Front and li:aili . .
Davenport. J. K. Ha:.nc:an, gene al U ki : n
Mail and Express..
! Leave. Aki;:,c.
. j 4 :T5 I ni 1" i'
1 :i :M ;lm i - ira
MOST DIRSCT TO TUB
East. South a-. fonrbea:
Lv. Rocic Is am'..
Pr;rc.-vilie . .
Terr. II ante.,
St. louls ..
. ; a:
1" -ui ; m
WEST BOI ND.
Lv. Peoria ... .
Ar. Hock ll;in i .
Accominodation trams :eave Ko. k lr m'..
6:iM)a. ra. and 6 20 p. m : arnve at Peor::is:'
m. and 1 :15 a. m. l eave IVojia fitUO a.
7 :15 p. m : arrive Rock I'.ut.d .w p. m. ad
All trains r-;n dsily except Sundaj.
All passe cer train, arrive and depart Cr.:
Free Cha'rcaron Fast Erp-css between V..
Is'ond and Peor:a, both dircc ior.s.
Through tickets to a.l points; bara e encci
through to destination.
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BtCQUMTED!TH THE BtOOSAPHY OF Th S COUNTRY V.::
VL'CH VA' JABt-E ISFCRWATI0N FROM A STUIT OF TH'S V
CMoap, M Island & Pacific By.
The T!rect P.outc to and from Ctlcsfo. Jolkt, Ottawa,
Peoria. La Sallo, Moline, Rcvx I-Und. in II.LIN'iIS:
Davenport, Muscatlnp, imuunrr, -kaloof Ilea
Moines, "Wlntorstt. Audubon, llarl-n and Council
EIufTs. In IOWA ; Miimeapol-s a" ! Tu1. !n
XEZOTA; Wi'.'.trtonn and si in Fatls. In IlIKiITA;
Ci-sierpa, St. Ji.i !i and Ka:i5s City. In !IS.WI:Ij
Cinnlia, Liner '.n, Fairbury and Nelson, ia NEBRASKA;
Atrhlsjn. I.avcnw..rth. Il rto:.. i.piia, Ilutiiiinson.
M'khita. rtllevilie. AMIcne, lU-e City, CaiJaell. In
KANSAS ; KlnpC-her. El Kno ai d Minco, In INDIA?
rCRRlTUKY: Denver, Colorado Srrings and I-Urbl
ia CoLi'RArH). Trovei-sea ntir arena of rich farmiri
ad grailT;; lands, affnrding tbe best facilities of ir.Ur-coniciuni-'ation
to all tons and cities east nnJ wi.it.
northwest and southwest of ChioifO and to PacXc a-1
VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS
Leading all comretitors In splendor of equlpn-snt,
Mvsra CIHCAr;( sod DTS MOINES. COl"N":L
ELVFFS and OMAHA, and between CHICAGO c:.l
DENVER, COLOKAPO 8PP.ING9 and PUEELO. :a
KANSAS CITY and TOPEKA and via ST. JOSKi'i:.
First-Class Day Coaches, FREE RECLINING CUA1R
CAE3. and Pab-xe Sleepers, with Dining car Scrvi e.
Close mnec'.iins at Denver and Colorado Springs with
diverging railway lines, now forming tbe new end
TRANS-ROCKY MOUNTAIN ROUTE
Over which superbly-equipped train, run dally
TIIROVGIf tVITHOUT CHANGE to .nd from I
Lake City, Cgisc ted San F-iir!sco. THE r.O "K
ISLAND 1; also tbs Direct ana Favorite Line to al
from !.aniUHi. Pike's Peak and all other sanitary And
scenic resorts and cities and mining districts in Colorado.
DAILY FAST EXPRESS TRAINS
From St Joseph and Kansas City to and from all im
portant towns, cities and sections In Southern Ncl rssia.
Kansas and the Indian Territory. Also via ALCEKT
LEA KOUTE from Kansas City and Chicago to Water
town. Sioux Falls, MINNEAPOLIS and ST. PAUL.
eonnectiong for all points north and northwest between
the lake, and tbe Pacific Coast.
For Tlckatt, Mare. Folders, or desired Information
apply to aay Coupon Ticket Office tn the United States
or Canada, or addreea
E. ST. JOHN. JOHN SEBASTIAN.
GeO Manager, Genl Tkt, A Fata. AgU