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THE A. KG US, TUESDAY", APRIL 18, 1893.
Published Daily and Wwk'y t 16J4 Recoil I
Avenue, Bock Island, lil.
J, W. POTTEK,
Tbbms Daily 50c per month; Weakly W OO
par an; la advance $1 .SO .
All communications of critical or argamenta
tira character, political or religious, mutt have
real name attached for publication. No sack
articles will be printed over aotitione signatures.
Anoymona communications aot noticed.
Correspondence solicited from every township
4 Rock Island county.
Tuesday, April 18, 1893.
Among the estates left by persons
who died in Vienna intestate, and
whose heirs have not been found, is
one consisting of an opera glass.
Another man's estate consists of a
M. Zola, the French novelist, has
realized 1-100,000 from the sale of his
works during the past twenty years.
That ought to sonsole him a little bit
for his failure to break into the
Academy of Science.
The well-meaning but disappointed
Isabella society cannot repair theif
inability to get a bronze statuo of the
queen by consenting to take a gela
tine one. This would be only to
bring ridicule on failure.
A long distance telephone between
Chicago and Boston is an absurdity
on its faco, so far as the possibilities
of conversation are concerned. The
vernacular of neither could bo under
stood at the opposite end of the lino.
A Buffalo prize fight terminated
in a knockout in exactly six seconds.
As the winner got f 1,000, he 'will
probably go on record as having
earned the largest amount in the
briefest period of time of any living
Hats are off to the princess of
Wales. She has put her royal foot
down on the crinoline. It is pleas
urable to see the man monsters who
plan gowns crawling from the wreck
of horse-hair and wire and trying
vainly to look innocent.
Virginia is all torn up over the
gradual disappearance of Mountain
lake. Lake Michigan is gradually
disappearing, too, from the inroads
being made upon her domain by
greedy land reclaimers, but Chicago
isn't much worried about it.
The president of the Maverick bank
in Boston has been found guilty on
fifteen counts of being a rascal. "This
fact is now confronting the other fact
that he is a cultured gentleman whose
bean-nourished blood is blue, and the
outcome is naturally doubtful.
An Arkansas bank president has
been arrested for making false re
turns of his bank's condition to the
comptroller of the treasury. It's
probably lucky for him he fell into
the hands of the government officials
instead of those of his depositors.
Frank C hosts, of West Chester,
Pa., has brought a suit for $,000
damages against the Seventh avenue
hotel, Pittsburg. lie was a conductor
in. the Pullman service and lost his
position because the hotel clerk failed
to call him in time to take his car.
Jim Corbett, already a pugilist,
actor and bank clerk is also trying to
become a monopolist. The terms he
dictates for a meeting with either
Mitchell or Jackson couldn't be met
by anything less coiny than an Eng
lish syndicate or an American trust.
There is getting to be something
wrong With the French duel. Another
man has been hurt in one of them.
To be sure, his injury was much less
severe than would have been eaused by
a sliver under the thumb, but it tends
to unwholesome defiance of precedent.
Charles IIexrt Pearson, an En
glishman, has written a book in
which he claims to have proved that
the great races of the world are los
ing ground, and that the Chinese,
Hindoos and South American half
breeds are the coming leaders of civ
ilization. Remember now the days when the
thoughtful and dignified W. Goat
used to vary his diet on tin labels
with the cast-off hoopskirt and the
sportive cow used occasionally to
step into a discarded one in a back
alley and then run amuck down busy
While the deaths in Marseilles
number scores daily from something
very like cholera, Burvivors are wel
come to extract what comfort they
may from medical assurance that the
malady is not cholera, but only an im
itation. However, there is something
distressingly realistic in the imita
tion. Springfield Register. Senator
Cullom is understood to have his
lightning rod in a perpendicular at.
titude, coquetting for a stroke of
presidential nomination in 189u.
Shflbv mav be nominated hy what i.s
left of the republican party, but that
is all the far he will ever get in the
direction of the white house, lie
will make a very interesting political
corpse, however, and the State Keg
ister hopes he will got the noruina
Trading In Patagonia.
It is a lucky thing for the natives
of southern Patagonia that the navi
gation of the Straits of Magellan is
dangerous. Vessels often anchor in
the straits for the night on this ac
count, and this gives the crooked
legged natives a chance to come out
in their canoes and trade with the
ship's company. The chief articles
offered by the natives are furs of va
rious kinds, especially of the sea ot
ter. These they sell for a trifle, or
more often barter for the few things
they need. The best otter skins are
worth as much as $600 to $700 when
brought to civilized markets, but
Patagonians offer only poor skins.
New York Sun.
Deafness Cannot be Ctrad
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deaf
ness, and that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by an
inflamed condition of the mucous
lining of the eustachian tube. When
this tube gets inflamed jou have a
rumbling sound or imperfect hear
ing, and when it is entirely closed
deafness is the result, and unless the
inflammation can be taken out and
this tube restored to its normal con
dition, hearing will be destroyed for
ever; nine cases out of ten are caused
by catarrh, which is nothing but an
inflamed condition of the mucous
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of deafness (caused by
catarrh") that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for cir
F.J. Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo.O
JSraySold bv druggists, 75e.
The Red Men's Knowledge
of the Laws of Health.
Turkish" and "Russian" BatK of Civili
sation Known to trie Indians. II ow
They Do It. A J-.ee son From ?iavture
which the Wise wUl Heed Klckapo
Indian Sagwa a Grand Remedy.
Indians Takimo Vapob Baths.
In this way an Indian takes a "Turkish" or a
Kusslmi" bath; They dig a bole In the earth.
In which they lay stones, and upon which they
build a lire. treating the stones to a red heat; tbey
tlM'o carefully remove the coals; cutting a num.
bt-r of saplings they stick ODe end In the ground,
btnd them over anil place the other end aUo la
the ground, these extend over the hot stones in
the shape f a li&lX loon. Over these poles or
hftops the Indian place skins of anlmala or
blankets. If the "Kusilaii" or vapor bath is do
sired, they then throw water upon the bot rocks,
thus generating steam. Those desiring the vapor
bath crawl underneath. After the pores ot the
skin are opened and tber profusely perspire they
crawl out and another Indian dashes buckets of
cold water over them, or tbey plunge into a near
by stream. They are then rubbed thoroughly
Ith Kickanoo Indian Oil. and are given copious
drafts of Kickapoo Indian Sagwa, after which
they roll up In blankets and have a sound sleep.
Who can teach the Indians anything
about health? His own physique answers
for Lis superior knowledge.
Ilia preparations of roots, harks and
herbs, now given to the world for the first
time in tbe Kickapoo Indian Remedies are
unequalled by any discoveries of the meoV
leal world of the whites.
When yon feel twinges of pain In your
Joint, look out, a slight cold might devel
op Rheumatic Fever. If yon have pains In
yonr back or sides your liver Is congested
or your kidneys are not performing their
work and poison Is gathering in your body.
Exposure to cold or contagious disease
would be fatal to you.
I'lmples, blotches, and other humors In
dicate that tbe poison is working In your
blood. Yon feel languid, heavy, dull ; yon
awake in the morning unrested. Beware I
Drive these symptoms away at once!
Take Kickapoo Indian agwa. It will
cleanse your system, heal your diseased
erg-ans, purify and enrich tbe blood, and
drive every taint of poison from your body.
Then you will feel strong, bright, alert
and active as the Indian does.
Kickapoo Indian taugwa Is composed of
nature's remedies, gathered and prepared
by nature's children, who depend not upon
book knowledge for their cures, but upon
the leaves, the flowers, the roots and the
herbs Unit are placed in the earth by an
all-wise Providence for the benefit of every
Why, look at the animals!
If your horse lacks his accustomed vigor
you are tuught to turn him out to pasture.
You do bo. The horse gets well.
Because there grows In every field the
tender leaves ot some medicinal plant
which instinct tells the animals to eat. find
' does for the poor old horse precisely what
some other, or perhaps the same plant will
do for a human being. Restores the wasted
energlesl Renews the lost strength 1 Re
vives the drooping Bpirlts.
Kickapoo Indian Sagwa.
Sold by Alt Druggists and Deultrs.
$1.00 per Bottle, 6 Eottles for $5.00.
x-iNX Mil iM rnnr i
Tor Esrses, Cattle, Shesp, Dogs, Eogs,
SOOFaze Book on Trentmrnt of Animals)
critics Fevers, rnsrestiona.InflafifnatioiI
A. A J Spinal Mvniogititt,
It. It. strain n. I,nmene. Rheumatism.
'.'. liateuiper, Nasal IHarharge.
ll.l).lloior lirsbv, Uoriaa.
F..F 4'auKUH. Heaves, 1'nrumonlO.
F.F. 4 'olic or CJripea, ltd ly ache.
;.;. .11 irarriape. Hemorrhage.
11.11. -I rinury nnd Kidney liaeaae.
Kmpiive DiucnHfK. Manire.
J.K. UueaM-s ot" llitestion, iaralyaia
BliiKle Bottlo iover CO doses). - -
citable Case, with Signifies. Manual.
eteriuarv Cure Oil and Medicator, 7.S
Jar Veterinary Care OH, - - l.OO
Rnl.l ti;InmUli; or .ft prepaid aaj wker st Issny
qttnntMv m in-vit.t of pri..
liinrunrvK'Si :i. fo., m iisvaius .,JwT.
la uso JO yor.rs- 'I ho hit rorpwmi rcrneaj iox
Ksnrass Debility, Vital Weakness,
end Frot ration, from over-oTk or other camcs.
$1 per tiaU or 6 vials sad ianve vial powder, t or
( Wfo' Main puLjud on iwcv'pt ol frtc
i vTiMaa tit. J
afiii.-5! RASICATES BLOOD PCI
SCN AND BLOOD TAINT.
Chvekai. bottle sci f v.ifr .-"recific (S.S. S.)
- cnt:rtiy cUjii'sed my fstem cf contagious
blood poi xi oi t.'ie v; y worst tr&
V. a . ir. 2-ooi.us, Eliitveport, La.
53r; cu.";:s scrofula even
i?: 1TC '.'.'CftCT forms.
I HAT) sCRO.'t'LA in end c'.eansed rr.7
avstn en'""'- from it by taking seven
bottle? ot S
trans sir.c ..
.. : nave not naa any svrr.p
Spartanburg, S. C
HAS CURED HUNDREDS OP
CASES OF SKIN CANCER.
Treatise on PIooq a"d Kkin Diseases mailed
tree Swi: Srarripir nUuua.. -v
Such Testimony as is Given by Those
Who Are "Cured"' at the Seott
Catarrh Followed hy Incipient Con.
That neglected catarrh will result
in consumption in many cases has
been abundantly demonstrated by
the testimony of patients who have
been cured of the first disease and
had the second arrested in time by
jthe physicians of the Scott Medical
The statement of Mr. Charles Coh
nan, 2016 Second avenue, liock Isl
and, is indeed an interesting one.
Mr. Cohnan says:
'My disease was contracted
through colds and exposure, and
while it appeared first in my head
and throat, it soon fastened on my
lungs and involved my entire sys
tem. CIIAS. II. COIINAX,
201G 2d av.. Hock Island.
My head anil nose were chokad
full all of the time. I hail terrible
fromal pain over my eyes, my throat
was dry and sore and my cough irri
tating. When the disease extended
to my lungs I had violent pains
through them, changing from one
side to the other. I lost my appetite
and night sweats rapidly wore away
my strength and flesh. Before tak
ing sick 1 weighed 160 pounds and
gradually failed until my weight was
between 90 and 95 pounds.
Three different physicians gave
me up to die. I was ordered to go to
Colorado. I went. I could hardly
return home. I lost hope and my
friends would come expecting to hear
I was dead. The doctor ordered all
medicine to be discontinued, as he
said it was only a matter of a little
time. Having heard of the success
of the physicians of the Scott Medical
Institute I wanted to try them as a
Within a week after commencing
treatment I was able to sit up a little
and within two months I gained in
weight from 95 pounds up to my for
mer weight of 160 pounds.
'I am well and my neighbors and
friends can scarcely believe the re
sult. This statement is given free and
voluntary. I have received no value
for giving this statement and I have
paid for my treatment the same as I
would to any physician.""
The above statement given by my
son is heartily corroborated by me,
and I know the testimony to lie true.
John J. Cohnax.
$5 A M NTQ!
All patients will be treated until
cured for $5 per month. This in
cludes consultation, examination,
treatment and medicine for all
patients and for all diseases.
221 Brady street, Davenport, la.
Over American Express Co.
SPECIALTIES: Catarrh. Eye,
Ear, Nose, Throat, Lungs, Nervous
Diseases. Skin Diseases, Chronic Dis
eases. OFFICE llOUKS: 9 to 11 a. m.;2
to 4 p. rii.. 7 to 8 p. m.
On Sundays the office .will be open
from 9 a. m. to i p. m.
Estate of James Cox. Deceased.
The nndereiened having been appointed admin
istrator of tbe estate of James CN x, late
of tbe county of Rock Island, stt.a of Illinois, do
ceased, hereby gives notice that re will appear
before the county court or Kntk Island coun
ty, at tbe office of the clerk of as id court. In
thecitv of Kock Island, at the June term, on
the first Monday in June rc-n, at which
time all persons having claims scans said es
tate are notified and requested to attci u for the
purpose of having the same adjusted. A ll per
sons Indebted to said estate are requested to
mace immediate payment to the undersigned.
Dated this Uni day of Mrch, A. D. lw3.
IIEXRYL. WHEELIN. Administrator.
Estate of James C. Mahoney, deceased.
Hie undersigned having been appointed execu-
tarof tae last win and testament or James C.
Mahoney. lute sf tbe county of Rock Island.
nate 01 Illinois, deceased, hereby irivts notice
chat he will appear before the county court of
Kock Island county, at the o.Hce of the clerk or
io court, in ine city or kock island, at tbe
Jnce term, on the fire Monday in June next
at which time all persons hiving claims against
uld estate are notified and requested to attend
for tae purpose or having the same adjusted. All
persons indebted to said estate are requested to
make Immediate payment to the underlined.
Dated thia lglh dav of Ap'il, A. T. 1803.
VM. E. KLINEFELTER. Eiecutor.
STATE OF ILLINOIS,
Kock Island Colntt,
In the Circuit Court, in Chancery.
May term A. 1)., 1?93.
Mry,Peter?on vs Ernett Peterson.
Affidavit of non-residence of Emet Peterson
the above defendant, having bet-n filed in the
clerk's office of the circuit court, notire is hereby
given to the said non resident dtfendaiit that the
cocipliusnt filed her bi I of complaint in said
court, on the chsncery side thereor. on ihe sev
enteenth day or March, 1SM3. and that thereupon
a summons issued out of said court, wherein said
suit is now pending, rttnrnab'e on the flrnt Mon
day in tbe morth of May next, as is by law re
quired. Now. utile 8 you. The said non re-ident
defendant above named, stall personally be and
appear before said circuit court on the Urct day of
the next term 'hereof, to be holden at Kock Isl
and in and lor 1 he said cuunty, on the firs: Mon
day in May next, and pit ad, answer or demur to
the raid complainant's nill of complaint, the same
and the rratters and things therein cbargedand
ttatcdwill be taken as confessed, and a decree
entered against you according to the prayer of
GEORGE W. GAM BLK. Clerk.
Rock Island. Illinois, March IT. 1803.
Jackson & Dtrst, Complainant's Solicitor.
8TATE OF ILLINOIS. I
Rock Ihland Cocktt. i
In the county court of said county to the March
Term, A. D. 1S9S.
J. R. Johns'on, administrator to the estate of
Thomas li. O'lionnell, deceased, vs William
O'Doiirell, Patrick O'Donnell, Michael O'Donnetl,
Mary Fitzgihbons, James O'Donnell, Maraarelh
O'DouneU. Mary O'DoiiiicU Maurice O'Donnell,
Nora O'Donnell. John K O'Donnell, Maggie
O'lxmne'l, Minnie J. O'Donnell, and Mary Agnes
Afnidavit of non-residence of the sa'd Mary
O'Donnell. John K. O'Donnell, Maggie O'lionnell,
Minnie J. O'Donnell. Nora O'Donnell, Maurice A.
O'Donnell. James O'Donnell. Patrick O'Donnell,
snd Mary A:mes O'Donnell, having been filed in
the office of the cieik of said county court. Notice
's herehw given to the said Patrick O'l'onnell,
Mary O'Donnell, Msur ce O'Donnell. John F.
O'Donnell. Mapsic o'Dnnur 11, Minnie J. O'Don
i ell. Nora O'Donnell, Mary Agnes O'Donnell and
J ums O'Donnell heirs of the said Thomas B.
O'Donnell. deiessed that tbe said .tames R.
Johnston, administrator f the cs'ate of Thomas
B. O'Donnell, deceased, filed in the connty
court on the lTih day or March, A D. l-SO, his
petition making the said Patrick O'Donnell. Mary
O'Donnell Mauricj O'Donnell. John F. O'lion
nell. Mairg'e o'Drnn II, Mtnn;e J. O'Donnell,
Nora O'Donnell, Mary Acnes o'D-nneJ. James
O'Donnell, and others, defendants, praying tor an
order directing him to sell forthe purpose or pay
ing tfce debts of suid estate the following described
real eato. to-wit :
Theeajthalf of the northwest qnarler and th
east half of the southwest qucrter rf section
twiutyone (31) township rinen en (IS) north
rarge three (3) east or tbe fourth i4) principal
meritlan, as es nblished by the mncror general
of tbe United nates sitca'cd in the counties of
Pock Island snd Whiteside as the lie letwcen
the two said countits having bet n recently run
hut subject to the risiht of way of the Rockford,
Rock slaud & St. Louis Railway Co., also the
following described real estate:
A cenain tract or parcel of land in the north
wrst quarter of the northwest quarter of section
twentv -eight in township tint teen (19) north
ranee three (3) east of the fourth principal me
ridian and dim r.bi d as follows to-wit:
Beginning two hundred and t a enty and eight
tenths t&it) 8-1 ) feet east of tbe corner of sec
tions twenty, (20), twenty-one. cil), twenty-eight,
and twenty-nine (2S) in the township afore
said, thence south one hundred and ninety-eight
(;W) feet, thence eighty-six and three-fourths
(Sfcii) decrees, ea-t one hundred end tixty-eight
(16fM feet, thence north twenty nine and one
fonrth (29'i) west two hundred and sixteen (216)
feet to the section line, thence west on section
lice fifty-nine atd one-third (5Se) feet to the
place of beginning situated in the town of Canoe
Creek counties of Reck Island and Whiteside and
state of Illinois.
That a summons thereupon be issued oat of said
court against ti e above named defendants, return
able on the frst day of the term of said county
court to be held at the court boue in said county
on the first Mondi:y of April A. D.. 1893, as is by
the law requind. wh'-ch suit is pending. Now
nnless you appear in said court, on the first day of
the BTay term thereon to be held at the court
house in the city of liock Island, in said county
and state, on the first Monday of May A. I. JS93,
and plead, answer or demur, to a petition there
in filed, the same will be taken as confessed
atainst yon, and judgment there, n agaiust you
Dateti this 18th day of March, A. D. 1893.
IIJALMAR KOHLER, Clerk.
McEkiiit VcEkibt Solicitors.
Lame BacK, etc.
DR. SAHDEM'S ELECTRIC BELT
Wtth Electromagnetic SUSPENSORY.
Laatt I'stcntKi jii-t improTcnmu I
"Win cir without inMicHn ail Vt fitkneM remit iris? frDTTl
ovT-taiAtion of brain iiei-ve forces: excesses or indls
cprtion, mm uervoua debility, fcleepfewsoess, lanjruor,
rhtMimatiiun. kidm'y, liver and bladder complaints,
lametiAclc. uml'o, BCiatfa. all frmal' complaints,
rreneml ill lienkh, t-tc. TUB electric iJelt contains
MVrfhl Inpr0ma2a over all other. urreut ia
fitftantiy feit t y wearer or w forfait fi5,OOU.OO. and
v-ill cure ail cf the aiwre diapases or no pay Thou
sands have been cured br this niarrelous jnwriuon
aJtrr all otlwr remedies failed, and we frive ilundrudJ
Of tesUmoninls in tins and evtrv cther Mate.
Our Fowrrful latproved Sl'hFKNSG 3T. the
preteFt Iknui er olT.-red weak men, FKFB wlia all
Vr!t. Untlla and Virweiu NrHrU til AUAf 1 Kt 1 ! 1
!Hla7 twnd for liiua'd Fainplilet, xtuuied.scaued fjxa
SANDEN ELECTRIC CO.,
; i 'jawarrta
I - T 1
we sim thz misE
a ja. a srXt a a . ...
aw a v v
FOR IT WAS STC0D Ve TCST.
of all rm so ftps "Oi?p.C??ntsAv
OuH CLOTHES &miL SWST,(JUIi LSt5 eff'WES
fi TME HOUSE fSCiSAW A?vD BmClll
No wonder FAmmtitiS &HT$ Gk&liS
. FUS HOUSEMAIDS VfiW hcUOllT.
CATkjirbani-c aco Chicago.
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor and Bmilder,
Office and Shop Corner Seventeenth 8k
and SoTcnth Avenue,
11 kinds of carpenter work a specialty.
ten rtat-antfe to ci:re all n.u'. n W.-ir
Ixissof :irani !.ir'r '.ieaanclie. Wua-?::lnf, l.oi-t V. iii'i. n
sions, Ni'iroafneca, sjlmh :iie.aliir.tinn and It -Pf p.L-r-t t'li-t,"'-OrcranH
tn eitheraer cr.r?- ' oy over cTrnor,, ynt:iful r-rp . , r .
use of tooacco. lpii ni stimulant! wLiv'n. n lea.l to Innrm'tv l
tiun and Insanity. -ut np convenient t carry in ve-t p. kt-i ?1 i
aee hy mai! : for Willi ery f trior e at: - -..;, r nu-r !
aj ''3E AJIO AFTKB. CiKO
or reUTut the tacti. i.
For sale in Rock Island by Hartz &
A. D. HUESING,
Represents, among other time-tried and wel
known Fire Insurance Companies be following :
Royal Insurance Company, of England.
Weschester Fire Ine. Company of N . Y.
Bnflalo German Ins. Co., Bnflalo, N. T.
Rochester German Inn. Co., Rochester. W. 1 .
Citiiens Ins. Co., of Pittsborgb, Pa.
Snn Fire Office. London.
Union lcs. Co., of California.
6ecnrity Ins. Co.. Sew Haven, Conn.
Milwaukee Mechanics Ins. Oo., Milwaukee, Wis
Serman Fire Ins. Co.,of Peoria, 111,
OCce Cor. 18th St., and Second Ave.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
"THE OLD RELIABLE."
HAYES & CLEAVELAND
Representing over 40 Million Dollars
of Cash assets';
Fire. Life. Tornado-1
Bonds of Suretyship.
riBFl.'-R Tfnnra 21. Mitchell A Lynde'S block
liock Island, IUs.
rygecare oar rates; iney wui lutercn
J. M. BUFORD,
General . . .
Tbe old Fire and Time-tried Companies
Losses Promptly Paid.
Kates as low as any reliable company can" afford.
Your Patronage Is solicited.
Washes everything from a fine
silk handkerchief to a circus
tent; Lace curtains a specialty.
No. 1724 THIRD AVE.
A. M- & L. J. PARKER,
TVlPT.hon No. 1214
Made fro -n any old photo, executed In the most
artistic workmanship at
- HAKELIER'S -
Bailable Photographic FstabHshent over Vo
Cabe'e (-ausfattion imarauteed.
9 v -w u Z-
: : Rock Island,
Plans and estimates for all kinds of bB'.lfiitsi
- cuia 1 -ne. r -rare c-v .wt
Ullmeyer, 3I Av anl
LABOR. TIME, MONET
Use it youi on way.
It is the bett Sc ap mai
For ashing Macliiut- Hi.
WARNQCS & RALSiC.
ACQUAINTED WITH THE GE0RAf r Cf TH S CONT.Y V. ii rro
UCH VUdASt-E WFSRUATISH TOM A STLTY Cf TH 3 VKr Z' T-
CMcaso, Roci Maul & Pacifia
The Direct Eonte to aid from Chicss, Jl'.'t. Orm.
coEia. Tm. Salle. Mnlrna. R-ck Ila!ii, in ILL:
Cuvenport. Muscatinv. Otimnwa, Osl;.i a, I
Moines, Winterset. Audubon. Ilar'.an :.i Co's'J
Bluffs, In IOWA; Minneapolis and St. ru!. la V-'
NESOTA; W'atertown and Sloax ri'.!. :i.lK-TA
Cameron, St. Joseph and Ks.r-as City, in M!?iOVr.l
Omaha. Lincoln. Fairbury atd Xsln. in E::P.A-A
Atchison, LeaTenworth. Hortoc, Topeii. V.i: L:r.:3
Wichita. BelleTills. Abilene. IXxlcs City. C&. :w
CAKSAa; KinsOaher, El Eeno ai.d ilicco. ir, :n: :.i'
IXERITOEY: Denver. ColoraJo Spring i -'l
in COLORADO. Trcvenea new areas of n i. f-'-l
and crazing lands, affording the best facihlln t '.
rammunlcatloc to all towns and citiM ast
orthwest and southwest of Chicago aad U li:.'; ""
inlnff all cnmwtltors In snlendor of c-;'rf'1
b'lwwti CHICAflO and IS MOISE?. O I N-"-
BI.rFFS and OMAHA, and between CIiICA';,i
DEXVER. COLORADO SPRINGS) and ITirL '.-J
KANSAS CITY and TOrEKA snd via ST.
First-Oass Day Coaches, FEEE CECUMS' ' a
CARS, and Palace Sleepers, with Dir.ins la: S r.
i 'li-.u MtnNtlnn, at Tleiivpr find Color&lo r -1 '
llrerging railway lines, now forming tbe ,:J
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Illt'.OlUU WHIUJLI ' -
LaktCity. Ogdea and Saa Frncisco. TVu I
ISLAND Is al the Direct ana Favorite I.:--
from lianltou. Pike's Peak and all otLei
ceuic resort and cities and mining districts I-'- r""
DAILY FAST EXPRESS TP.A
from St. Joseph and &iuj City to and fr J -
vract towns, cities and sections In Scutiem ;
iiiiMt and the ln:.an Trritory. Also v:a A-;;
KGITE fi'.m Kansas City and Chics i to
rn. Kioux Falls MINNEAPOLIS anl sT- 1
ccr.org ror all points north and nor.LKt-: t
Ue Imkes nu the Pacific CoasV
For Tickets. Mnps, Folders, or desired it- v.
. pj.ly to any Coupon Ticket Office t" r- '
t Canada, or address
u ST. JOHN.
THOROUGH INSTRUCTION. .
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